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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER BIJOU "HOKMAN" ON WAY- A NEW First in fc vei'vuiing GALLERY RIFLE Chicago, Nov. Both President Johnson of the American league, and President Weeghman of ths; Chicago Federals, today kept carefully con- cealed under their hats The results. of yesterday's three-cornered confab, participated in by. Johnson, Weegh- man 'and Garry" 'Herrman, chairman of the national commission. Herrmann was the most talkative of the trio. Before he left for Cincin- nati he admitted he was angling for I peace and admitted he had conferred with bo-th Weeghman aud Johnson, but declared that he was pledged to absolute secrecy. i Th? presence of three out-of-town With. 18 present at the first indoor j magnates in Chicago .while of the. L. R. A., a very sue- was here set the peace talk cvssful practice was held, and the i visitors were alter general indication 'is that this new j Of Brooklyn, G winner of Pitts- Ball' of St. Louis. First Indoor Shoot Indicates Success for New Departure of Rifle Club held, and that this new j .dcparttirc" (for Le.thbridge) in rifle' j shooting is to he well patronized, j The members may look for some very enjoyable times through the win-; tcr" months when nearly all other; .forms of sport- are .barred the j weather. The lighting last night was! all that could be desired, but it! was somewhat of an experiment, and! will be altered for- the next- practice! ..so that ....much better work can be j done; As Wednesday evening con-; fiicts will drill, .night' and many wish I to attend both, it has been -to change the' date ,to Tuesday even-} ine- instead. Last evening was devotr Off 'to getting things running smooth- j Jy and no- scores were kept, but "in j future, individual scores will be kept and published as in range shooting, j if so desired. HOPPE WON EASjLY AT BALKLINE GAME .Opening Game Resulted in of Winnipeg Match i.Score of 1000 to 309 Winnipeg', Man., Nov. the balk-line American, game figuring as the first stage of the last match in the international billiard series., and of the third match, for the Canadian "oil- Hard Willie Hoppe. the American expert, had all the "better of the two sessions-yesterday, when he outpointed Melbourne Inman, the Eng- .lish wizard, of the cue, 1000 to' 309.' -Both sessions were absorbinfcly "iuter- csting, with .Hoppe the bright partic- ular.star. He showed marvellous con- trol over the ivories. DISGUISED. .AS WOMAN, MAN PLAYS POOR GOLF Eastern Golf Prqf-sssionai, Garbed in Feminine Attire, Fails .to Qualify iii-Women's Na- tional Championship Probably the most astounding golf story" of the year comes from the fertile gossip- surrounding the preliminaries to the' womanX golf championship, recently .played at Gleu Cove, L.I. The story is that a soli professiondi of considerable stand- in the .qualifying round of the tournament disguised as a woman, and. failed to qualify. The'story is going the rounds of the women golfers, but 'those who know, or declare they know, re- fuse to divulge names. It is stated that the' man employed by a woman golfer to play in. her stead, and that, garbed in 'woman's 'clstb.es, he made the attempt, but eltker lost his nerve or was so hampered by petticoats (or what- ever hampers. women since they discarded petticoats) that he fail- ed to qualify. The Herald football competition has evidently made a hit all over this part of the country. Coupons have b-sen received from Magrath, Macleod. Taber and Bow and it is likely that many more points competitors guess- ing results of certain detignated in the rules of the ta-e played in the Old Country next Saturday. A good word is being said for the competition on all sides by patrons of the game here, and there is little doubt but what the idea will prove a success. As competitors are re- quested to dVop their coupons in the locked iron box at the Herald office, and as this will not be op- ened till after competition close. for the week, the promoters have no way of gauging the number of contestants at this time, but it is felt by them that even now a good- ly oile of coupons have bein sent Don't wait til! the last minute to send in your coupons. You .miss the time limit an eyeiash. Do it now! ARROW COLLAR DUE OCTOBER It CALGARY TIGERS .PREPARING FOR SATURDAY GAME In the afternooii Hoppe scored 300. while-Jnman- was counting: 'the his 500, while, the Englishman Avas" scor- ing 15.9. Hoppe's best run. was ISO. and averaged 2.1.7, while inman's best run was -IS, with an average for the day of 6.S. Tomorrow they play English -billiards. I Jungle Warriors ...Will Invade Edmon- ton With -Strong Line-up-' STANDING OF THE FIRST DIVISION W.D.L.Pts. Manchester City 7 Sheffield W...................... 7 Oldham A........................ 6 i.Iiddlesiioro Evert-on Blackburn R. Aston Villa Burnley......... West Bruov- ernment'had "placed an "embargo on LEAVING EDMONTON'S poand. of Amerteta wwwtt wilJiBflj twtify to iU Edmonton. Nov. i sioncr Booth is to service .of the city at, the end of the 'It is understood that Booth is to j his tormor us ma-nager of a large departmental store, believed in Seattle. i meat and coal, excebt to the Mother SERVICE country. Judge Fleming, chief of board of foreign trad? advisers, ceived a from the- can consul-general in ing that the AuatraJwn der cannot millions take no -i then had also wool, >f mini LUOII %w j unnnryro'fgalsii-.'] tlius 'avoiding serious Sold by J. D. Co., Limited. ;