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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1913 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY? HERALD CHAMPION LADY GOLFERS IN ACTION Ends Backache and Kidney Disorders LLOYD COOK OF TAEER AND SCOTTY MACLEOD OF EDMONTON Edmonton, Nor. A meeting of the A.A.I', of Canada was te Id at IteJ Deer on Saturday afternoon, imme- diately after the rugby same. The principal bJsiuess transacted was the reinstatement of Scotty and Llc.yd Cook, Edmonton and Taler toetey playtrs. lost his amateur Cird In )3W tor playing in a Fit-He- tor-it jaaie against ;he Prince Albert 'twaa. He has applied to tte A.A.U. fo- re-inslatement on several occa- tioas, but body has never seen Jit to grant him a card until Saturday. Ccok's Case Uoyd Codi.was a member of the famous rater Chel's, who made a -uanie'for themselves in Alberta hoc- key during the past two winters. His was1 cancelled .last, spring for playing fonFeraie assinst Xelton In N'est Pass league, a pro- ffsiiccal earned Williams being on the latter team. .Cook came. to Saturday's meeting T.eli armed with affidavits ip his own defence. In bis oven affidavit he stat- f d that he received no money for play- and did not know. that there "was on tha Xelsoa team. He also presented an affidavit from Man- lluolop, of the Femle- team, stat- ing that he gave Cook no money for his services. The delegates were nnanlmo-Js in granting both men cards. Those pre- A three-cornered lie is existent in the. rugby leagut- The Rowing club brought it ab- out ty iefMliog ihe Tigers last SatLTday' 11 to 6. Today St. John's Is the third team of the lesgue. This equilateral triangle trill be busted by an estra came, and one on Saturday. Had Sat- urday's ganie bc-en reversed the Tigers would bavo won. ar.d the league curtain would have been rune down. The winners will play ofl for the Western Canada cham- pionship with .Reglna and Kdiuon- ton. Pillli terit Tere: 'J. Prof. Ed- H. Meers, and J. G. Logan, secretary. TA.YLOR HIGHEST SALARIED Vancouver, STAR IN HOCKEY I.G.-; TayTr.-r. in hockey as signed a ISW-H con> tract v.-jti; Vancouver cluX which, to Krenfc Palrick, calls for a frg'salary, and will rans Ihe player as tie- highest salaried man in pro- leagues this stason. Fred Harris and Si Griffiths Save also sign their'contracts. Fran1! Patrick deriares there is. ab solulely no foundation to the Monlrea reijort that the commission would be smashed. are satisfied with the agreement made, and intend to said the Coast league president. Oakland, So'r- Itolian, matchmaker for the Oakland Wheel- men's club, has quite a number oi matches in roicd tor Thanksgiving Day. provided he Is successful .in se- eming Eddie Graney's permit to hold a boxing show in San Francisco. The .young' promoter has communicated relative to the following bouts: Champion Ritchie vs. Muvpby. Champion Johnny Coulon vs. Carcpi. Sam Langford vs. Ganboat Smith. Jack Brillou vs. Packey FracSle Burns Vs. Bud Anderson. Itohan has ;itc. latter match cln'ch- cd but a more attractive card. Ritchie has wired acceptance of Ks JIC.500 offer, providing the weight is 135 .pounds ringside, but Murphy is not satisfied to_take much imsller bit for: his end, so tiat match U hanging fire, Coulon has h'een wired saveral times, but replied that he was sending a letter explaining his stand. ..Campi bas agreed to take on the champion The.LanEford-Gunboat Smith go is It U uneiesB, dangerous and to be tortured with the'dosing.' twisting pains oi or Buffer disagreeable kldcor and. bladder disorders Croxone Is guaranteed to promptly and surely relieve all such misery. Croioue masters these troub- because U quickly reaches .cause of tlie disease. U eoaks right into the stopped up. inactive kidneys, through the .membranes and 1 icings; cleans. out. the Uttle Olteritit; glands; neutralizes and dissolves the poisonous uric acid and makes th4 kidneys filter and sltt from the blood the waste and pols- matter that clog the sys- tem aad cause such trouble. it does not matter whether you "hftve hut slight symptoms or'.a chronic aggravated case, it (Is practically impossible to take Croxone without results. An original' package of Croi- one costs but a trifle, and all druggists are authorized to re- tura the purchase price If you are not entirely satisfied tte very first time you use it At the 1-j.mMoa links" near Toronto. Harrison of Ireland, the Jritli cbamplou. Miss Poqley. of. Victoria, and I THINK. AMERICAN CUP IS IN REAfr DANGER THIS TIME Sir Thomas Liplqii Looks more'Formidable With His Challenger, for 1914 Thau Ever.' IIos a Distinct 'Advantage Over Opponents Play School In Game of First of Y.M.C.A. Bowling League Defeated Dormitory Team Last Night Tte Business. Men took a tall out of the Dormitory team lasl night in tho Y.U.C.A. bowling league. They tooV two. out of tho three games played. The first 'went tn the- Busi- ness Mrn'ny 20 "pins, and the second the. same nay uy 10 pins. The Dormitory' aggregation cautuicd ihe .last by 34 pins. The. feat-die of tie match was the ollifig 'of'Hoss in" trie 'second game for tte Business Jleii.'He ran up a score of 205, the highest ramber o! pins yet scattered in series of league games. The' scores BUSINESS MEN Koss 141 205 133 139 H7 119 Marshall 105 133 SI Irving 9.3 Uawson HO 141 WOMAN IS A ot clothfns. It corAes catural to her. So submit Buit you buy hero to her JuufioienU and you'U Ond her'approving It In every detail. You couli'n't haro a natller, smarter or bWter fit- tine .suit If you psla'la high priced custom .tailor twice our price. Let us prove It. Semi-Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Empreu Black Fifth Street SHOOTING FOR THE EARL ROBERTS CUP London, Xov. vesult of the Fhri- Hoberts' memorial trophy com- petition, Issued last night, shows Cfl- cada .with, a score of 75. The United Kingdom team scored 74; New Zealand Transvaal 67. The Canadians made nibre hits than in any previous competition. New York, Xov. 'America's Cup is In real'denser of changing its' ahode neit fall. The accord- Ing to AraeTicanyatliUrig; vho are hen ding theirenergiee -towards au parly Etart on a. Vprd certaia features jri each hut like other desigruers..who have, studied PIG question, he cunol tell wliat Is thB'best thinB to; doj rulea.whlch are to govern the these cap yachts a of latitude JAP IS FAST RUNNER id the maSirJ'g; and so Rohau is a challenger and her trial is He'may Uirn'out a Wgjijodied pretty busy'fallow figuring out a big more serious-' than even-.when Lord big dlEpJacement Dunraven's Valkyrie. II tbrefffBuch a" that ti put driving scare into the nation generally andirules put a displacement TORONTO IS OVERRUN 'WITH HANDBOOK" LACROSSE PLAYER St. KOV. Fiigerald, uie player of this city, who p'jlled down otic of the blagest salaries in the Sheehan. .he N'ew York Yacht Club, in paitic- !ar. The best informed yachtsmen, are of the opinion that .the coming Ontario City IG Headquarters of Trust will be the hardest-in the his- idry- of that big International prize, and that unless yachtsmen .realize very soon what has to be'done U> keep the cyp in this country, Thomas Upton will have best .opportunity; of carrying it awaj% Conditions this year are such that at present yachlsir.en and designers are wording almost in tine dark on its defense, and'much more strenuous work has to be done very; shortly than has been done up to date for tie de- fense of the trophy, -The-New York Yacht Club has arranged, a'series of races with the TJliter .Yacht Club, ani the conditions neither apparent advan- tage.'but really the defenders of the cup are more at a disadvantage than they have been since the cup was won In 1851. New Rules and One reason for thla Is that the vules measurement are" different from those former contests. When the yachts' were measured under, the old rule of water-line length and sail area With Agencies All 'Over Canada Xov. That Toronto is overrun with handbook men. making and accepting wagers on -race meets now in progress io tho United tions of the arrest of an employe o] a who Is alleged to have lost considerable playing the races According to the' police Toronto is the headqearters of a handboo with agencies distributed all over Ca The Tinsleaders have succeed- country a couple of years ago, married this morning to Miss J.'Adele claim they are unable to reach them. Nov: the trials here yesterday of the nest Olympic games In Berlin. Kanagulri, of-the Japanese team, ran the marathon In 2 hoars 31 minutes 23 seconds. The' marathon distance is 26 miles 3S5 jarfe. A. of South Africa, won the marathon at the last Olympic games al Stockholm'In 4-5 seconds...- '481 594 510 DORMITORY Sutherland i'S 159 157 Scarlh US Rice 103 HO Carberry...... 135 173 148 451 5'211 514 Tonight'the- Herald ?nd the School team battle in the final game oi the first schedule. The Ilerald is leading 'the league.'bul'if is" within Ihe range of possibility-to. bring them down and. the school team claim they can do the' trick APATHY IN ENGLISH .COL- t-EGE ATHLETICS APPARENT London. Nov. Times in an artlclo dealing with university ath- letics, laments the apathy displayed by English undergraduates, and saxa that lirillsh readers must have ex- peritnced a mild shock whcri Ihoy- diECKn'ered that every event at the Ox- ford freshman epc-rts held receJilly was won by. a Rhodes "scholar. Tho Times protests against any notion of debtarfng Rhodes scholars from but thinks that the English public school boy somehow how to bo 3D! stirred or bribed into keenness ou 'TUB-LEAGUE STANDING lerald .umbermen School iusiii'essmen' Telephone....... and a penalty on power, the gain "on a yacht having lots of dis- placerpent aqualizfea penalty in- curred! by Itg escessire sail. area.or driving power..; Another way-is to: design A yacht with, a small displacement and on thla pilt a- sniall gall area, and the big and the little yachts if properly designed would rate equally and sail ,6n even terms. Another designer might elect to turn out a veEselvof; maderate dis.- placement and on that put a big sail area, incurring a. penalty In measure- ment by BO doing, but ngurlog that his yScht with this .driving power could afford to concede, Ume to her competitors and yet win the race In average weather, f No Trial Yacht in U.'.S. This year there. Is at present no trial yacht agiinst wfllchjtie one nefender to be built by Hcrrertoff can be Tbe_re is no racing 'yacht of 75N water line in these waters. Sir Thomas Upton has his 21-metre. Sham- rock, which is about 73 feet ori tfe water line, and that yacht, which is tho fastest in her cites anil a vessel of-hlzh speed, will be used as the trial boat for the Shamrock cup SEVEN-MAN CAME WANTED Ottawa, Nov. National Hockey association held a meeting in Montreal on Saturday', and the pro. cluls will commence on this date to round up their players for the. sea- son. It is r.Tubablo that a dozen trades will .be put through whea tie mag nates-get together, and'that Ottawa will figure In.four" or firo ot them Lake, Benedict, barragh and Dehn't DOn are. some oi the players who ma] be exchanged. At tho meeting Ottawi will bring up the question of, seven- men hockey again, although It IB hard ly likely that the other clubs wll consent to its adoption. .557 .778 .583 .500 .444 .loo 14 7 e 8 6 The Herald needs .'two games1 niaU'lhem safe for the (op position in they .meet, the School tonight, The Scliool has the chance of shoving He Hera Id -.haci into" 'second-, .place md p'uffing the Lumbermen in the lopra'ost-position.' CUARAIfTEED BT Demandtthe Brand there was always at least. one yacht after a serits had teen finished that was available for the nej.t series. In this way It was necessary for the .de- fending club, which always has beon the New York Yacht Club, to baild inly oho defender, and the new yacht Bat Nelson recently dic-Fartr- that hi would retire from ring, If th These men have the last serl Much Lets. These expenses are not nearly as great as In fornW years. A'cup de- fender of ihe 75-foot class bultt to conform to the present rules will rot cost more than at the outside. one of these yacfiis. After an order the present rules many jirob-jfor a vessel has been placed it'takss lems present themselves to the design- j four'ld Bix weeks fto assemble, the xna. era. and even Kerrethoff, with ali hisitcTial. If high grade steel skill and konwledge of yacht Oesicn- Is used that m'eui' hag to bs roiled spe- been working together for several years, and a perfect board a racing yacht la iyKth many minutes over a thirty-mile course. Four Months to Build.'.' It takes about four months to build and building, cnrinot toll now which would be the test type of yacht to be built. He has worked out sev- eral and ho hag a leaning to- claliy for the impose and ft takes time to turn uut frames, angles and.the thousand and one things that go to inakea well built hull. at the Saturday Nov. 8th LaxaHvies are different in that they do. not gripe, purge nor cause nausea, nor does continued use lessen, their effectiveness. You can always depend on tht-m. 350, a tox at your Druggist's. Mtait tni CVmfeK (4. cl Ciufc, Uftui. .IMMENSE PRIZES FOR AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS Nov. -will construct ttands to seat r people around Its automobile apc-- way for, next year's race meet. .The prtes wilt be J50.000 la and three trophlea, which are exvccted (o uriug loBCthcr the greatest bile drivcrB In the world. i To show you what a I i lime go" alwayi tbicnt thil flve.tln-.e worid't. champion thlf jgarins 'la fiiap-thotted tmok I Ing a "cutty." 'r SENATORS PLAY BEST OF ALL BALL CLUBS Washington, D.C., Nov. ing .the estimate on the figures for the past local American league club is said to be the best baseball Investment ''of modern times .'in rnallec of profit compar- ed to principal. The seaeon of 1013 "was tha most profitable in the history of the club. At a meet ing of the board of directors the .treasurer's report presented show- ed unexpectedly largo profits. The Uam eplendld attraction on tbo road, as Wos shown by the am- ount of money paid over by oth er clubs during the season. The directors, after paying off- goodly portion of the cltib's Indebtedness, decided to declare a 20 per cent dividend, which borders on "frenz- ied finance." OUR Winter Suits are warm in texture and warm in colors.- Beautiful Browns, Grays and Heather ..Mixtures. Rich Worsteds and Scotch and Irish Tw'eeds. The choicest styles of the season ranging in price from to McKelvie McGuire ;