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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER fi, Wit Bijou THE LET H BRIDGE DAILY H-ERALD PAGE "THE BRITISH ARMY" Taken by Royal Command A Special Matinee Saturday K'fg Night PricesJ10c-20c PLAYER OF frank Great''Centre-forward, of Days Gone Bye to Shoulder Contributes Quartette Ottuwj, Xiiv. i-.-Krmik McUec, tiic greatest centre forward that ever plajoil un Canadian ice, is ainonnsl who have resilomli'd to the call of liic British empire, has enlisted with the i.'lril Itcgimcnt, and will leave fill the front with the second Canadian'lil. r'rank holds a commission as lieutenant in the For- tv-Thirils, and will in all probability leaic with Ihe first ten thousand Bri- tain calls for. tha. hen, of many mem- orable between the Ottawa and Wanderer teams-, and it was "lucllv due to his and endur- ance 'that the Oltawas successfully defended the Stanley Cup in anainst the 'Winnipeg Rowing lie ligurrd on tile Ideal team from Ihe time they u'on the Stanley cup in from the Victorias until they defeated Kcnorn Thistles at the (llad- hlolie avenue rink vin UtOJi. At the. close pf. the season of 1005 Slcdcc retired, mill. nlUiough he .rc- UEi'.'cd sonic oi tlie most tempting fcr's cv'cr made to puckehasers, he de- clined to return game. Still hri.nlit in the memory of every hock- ey however, whether local or otherwise, arc. these teals performed by Ottawa's one 'time hockey star. 'Although he made hockey his chief lino of sport he nevertheless was well known in other sporting circles. For iwo season he played for the Hough Killers' football team, and is at present an active meiuhrr of the Jloyal Colt Club, lie competed-in the Ko'yal- Canadian championship here last July. Franl; "played 'his, first senior .hockey irtime "as" a member of ibe Aberdeen (cam. lie holds. thil'.SUinley Clip rec- ord which he" sbcural fif- tccn goals in the Uai'.son city scries OUilM mm wh? v.m u.m, Uu. secomi mntiiijeiil arr Arlhui HUu-k, ol fiiol- hail lame, and JncB the Ultav.a ami llriltai.ift dul, l''0rit Winnipejr, Nov. lour ol its I star players av.av with the Canadian I contingent, t'.ie Victoria Hockey club j will have to face a serious problem ill lite loam's'reputation is to he i niaiiiiainfd on the ice this winter. The players who have gone to the front arc.italph and llammy linker', .1. Gait anil J-ovctt. Of last siasKl'h team the only players available are Has Maker, Komcril and Patterson', but some of, the 'old standhys, such as Corky Fowler, Le.s .Alofiat and 'OaldwTll may be prevailed upon to fill some of the gaps., ttuiuea and Cbaiinccy Bawlf. may also answer distress calls from, the dull. so the is hy no means despair- POPULAR AMERICAN LEAGUE UMPIRE DEAD San .lose. Cal., Nov. Sheridan, of the umpiring staff of the American leaBue. dlei! here yesterday from a sudden attack of heart failure, follow- Ins a illness. He was IB yearn old. and bad been an umpire :M years. His Illness followed a sun- stroke received in the course of a game in August. JIOllH KKOM. OTTAWA Ottawa, Out., Nov. second Canadian contingent wi'il leave many gaps in the ranks of the various sport- ing clubs of Ottawa. Knlisting began tonight, and those who offered up their services included .lack.Fee, cap- .tain and coach of the Britannia Boat- ing club, who rowed w-ilh the Ottawa senior eight two years ago; Arthur Black, 'who starred for Ottawa in the Interprovincial Football linion last year, and. Coo Dion, the well-known amateur hockey star, who waa in aueh big demand last winter. .The first contingent carrier! away, over well- I known .local athletes, incliidins fif- 'irecn :metnbers of the Ottawa (towing The standings in l.'nions are: INTERPROVINCIAL W. I.. K. Argoniiuts..... 3 1 Hamilton...... 3 1 (1 Montreal...... 2 L' .1-1 Ottawa....... 0 I Games tomorrow: Argonauts at Ot tawa. Hamilton at Montreal. INTERCOLLEGIATE I.. I''. Jlcflill Univ..... 1 41 1'niv. of Toronto 1 47 Queen's ITniv. 0 Came, tomorrow: UniversIU at I'nlvcrsily o[ Toronto. O.RR.F.U. SENIOR W. I.. P- Hamilton II.C. Tor. It. A.A... 1 1 'I-' Ottawa St Pat.'s 0 Hi 7.1 Game tomorrow: Toronto R. A.A. at Hamilton B.C. LITTLE BIG W. St. Andrew's C... 2 Ridley College 1 I'rinlty C.C..... 1 Upper Call. Coll.. 0 Games tomorrow: it Trinity C. S.; New Vor Uie An Interesting Insight into the life of and methods employed by a private detective was given in the trial of the Duninore Hotel arson case before the Supreme Court at Medicine Hat- John Mason'of Ca'igary. engaged by the Lilly to invest- ieiit'i the fire, got himself put Into jail at tin- Mounted Police barracks at He- gina on a trumped up charge in order lliat he might get In touch with one of MATTY STUMP ___._ ,__ York, K.V., Xov; Christopher-' .Miithe'vvson last night made what he doscrlbeil as "the first political speech in his baseball career." The famous NiuiouiU Base- ball''league pitcher took the stiiinp in Elizabeth, in be- half ot a ifriefid, Franli M. Smith, Henublican candidate j for. Union county registrar of deeds. Matty touched lightly on campaign issues, contiuing his "political speech11 mostly- 10 baseball reminiscences. McGILL OPPOSED TO COMPETING IN DOMINION SERIES Nov. the McGil'i win the'Inter- colfegiate rugby championships :thoy will not play off for the Dominion championship and the Grey cup. The faculty, as last' season, is very much opposed to McGill entering the Do- minion scries. It is possible, how- ever, that JlcOill will meet the Wing- for the city title. Byron Bancroft Johnson Much of the glaniour. which aiir rounds the niassive'frame of the "Gib- raltar of baseball" vanishes when tlie reads his feeble waitings ag- Federals.. Herald Toothall Competition In Prizes First Week First Prize Second Prize AND ONE PRIZE OF College at St. Andrew's FOUR L. K A. I) 12 I .IS 1 Si SS 2 27 -19, Ridley College Uplier Cana'da Cubaii wizard, 'is nut with a to Yt'iilic i-'c tiro resents ....n... llll0i to nniii th.- men accused orsottliiR fire to tin the declaration by Willie s ulames ,vns there xvaltine for and friends that the halklme klni; How succeeded in .a-ormliiK the grcalcst of all bllllanlists. lie of case out ihe accused anxious to prove, that Willie is a dark'cell with him was.ic- for anv .sum up 16 r.ated at ur'eiit' length In the court to- and his said the tlllyj ovidenctt.complete reading al- Cuban, "seem to forget thai there j mosl dipie detective story. arc many hlllianls halkline.'To deserve ,1 lie title one'time he both the pool and three-cushion reels it of all British features !i Army" film in .five ill be the -stellar attraction. at the cosy Bijou Theatre for tonight. and tomorrow. This truly wonderfu'i series of films constitute an attrac- tion that should be seen by every loyal, Briton more especially now in these tha titles at the same time Followers.of pool and billiards will tell, vou that, th; 3-t'uhan has done [Jnles "Of lvoricl-wide strife. It Is tha morc.'io professional pool.only misrepresentation of the actual and billiard matches on ra plaae of jinler workings of our great national, respectability than any man Hvrng. army, and is a revelation to the spec- EMPRESS THEATRE TODAY TOMORROW "THE BOER WAR" The Most Sensational and Thrillins War Drama Ever Kalcm Mahter- niece in Five Complete Acts. HOBO TENOR WILL SING 'IT'S'A LONG WAY TO Do not fail to hear him in -this sona, this is: posjtjvely his last 11 -appearance1 in Lethbridge.- i Monday and Instalment of Lucille Love will be shown. Miss LueMa1 Simons, the Dainty Dancer, will be seen In Spanish.'and Skirt Dances....... tator. The very blood in one's veins hhown are the battles of Ehradslaagte, 1 Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 5. Willie. Hoppe toucher! his most brilliant form of the whole international bil- liard series today when he outpoint- cit Melbourne Ininan, English bill- iard champion, 1000 to 155 in the- two' sessions them GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 English Division Bradford City vs. Manchester Un- ited. Hurnley vs. Oldham Athletic. Krerion vs. .Blackburn Rovers 4 Middlesboro Mill Bromwich A vs EnglHh Division Birmingham vg.'Arseiml. Bristol City is flull t it> Orimsby Town Clapton Ijelcoater Fosbe vs. Olossop. lluddcrsfleld Leeds City. Southern'League Brighton and Hove vs. Millwall Ath- lellc. Cardiff City vs. Queen's Park Hang- Southond ynited Portshldilth Plymouth ArgVIe vs. Southanipton. Scottish League Aberdeen vs. Motherwoll; vs..Ayr United. Cijtle vs Third Lanark St Mlrrcn Delicious Appetizing With the llavor and aroma of the choicest hops and with the- blending of the.hops with the selected' barley malt, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of the most enticing bever- ages that the skill of man can produce. people for its appeal- ing flavor, for the refreshment that it affords, and for the health .tlmt It gives; for berta's Pride Beer Is .beneficial in a variety -of ailments. Any good doctor will teli you that. Lethbridge Beer is h pleasing beverage, it is a good appetiser anil it Is fine for the digestion. Try a case ot It tit home. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE'554 QUICK THINKING Brig" S ein on lend me fu e Bram Brigg Brag0 at ill "ion can hue if jou Cbapanil louneih ha he-n Bankers Helping Men Who Drink Cipt in sntiont 1 The modern banker knows more about the "wants 'and -needs ot more' people. sives..them.more helo and ad- vice lhan any man in his community. There are more bankers financially interested in the Neal work and more men are Helped and influenced to the Neal Three-Day Tieatmwit bv- bankers than by anj other class m-n the banker If a a banl er you have not investl. ated and helned that cu turn, or who i. a ets and heiltli are slip ping avitv or the unfortunate neigh-' to make ome monev bor need i our help write us lor references to hundrexl of hinker who have 11 >ou iinf to o ercome the cause ind effects of the use of eithen'drinH' or drugs then come to The NEAL IN- STITUTE Thirttenth W4 Caigin Phone 45' i I C.nirith it 1 ondon Ont in f-ruite BOWLING AT Y. M. G. A. i DIRECTORS MET WATERLOO The directors made their first ap-. peara-ace on the V.M.C.A. bowling al- leys last night, in! a "'league match. Tney against the Boarding elub anil lost Ibe issue. Cliarlie Carberry was lop notch roller tor the'evening. The scores: Boardinj Mason........ Allen Carhsrry 12" )02 17-1 Wallace OH JIcArthur......... 151 Stafford S3 SSI Tonight the Herald and Hish school teams howl at 7 o'clock, nnd the JIacUona'.d Co. and tiie Tailors, head- ed C. Ridpath, nt. The Tallqrs'aro taking the place of the Ministers' in the league. The latter have- been "canned" for. not. "coming across." The Way It Goes Judging from the Brosnahan case, it takes about columns of.spacc to sign a manager. Thty Forget to Think; Amons tboaa who arc working hard to get n boxini; bill for Illinois are several who will work Just as hard to un-set it It Uiey get II. BiH'.ian sharpshooters with lon bored rifles to carrj mcr waiting to off'the Qrrmuus en the other i If nahush on the bank of ;