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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Remember only Six More Episodes NEW THRILLS AND SURPRISES Tonight the Best Episode Yet Produced TONIGHT *The Million Dollar Mystery' TONIGHT "" "" ' mm Also Many Other Attractions Tonight Here Friday-"In the King's Service" the Greatest All-British Feature ever Produced-Here Friday Western Canada League May Quit Till After War Kaskaloon, Nov. 10.-It is more 1luin possible that the animal meet-in;; of minor baseball leagues xviiirh opiMia at Onialia today, an .ipivlicu-tion will l;c made by rcpreseutativcs of the Western Canada League for orifi year, and to hold all the players until 1916, leaving them free to make whatever arrangements they can for lOlS. The reason for this request, which as far a.s is knovn, is without ft precedent, is, of course, the conditions caused by tlic war, whicli are likowiso without a precedent. Slinuld tliR war come lo a cIosl' iieioie tlit openini;!; ol the .next siJuso/], the Ira-gue will, oi cour-sl', be in full swinji;, hut if IliK war is loufL;.continued ba.se-ball will become so expensive a pastime for the owners that it is very doubtful it there will be any professional baseball in 1/hc territory now occupied by the Western C'anada League. 'I'lie big question bi.'fore the inectinp; is the Federal League, as to wbethcr the outlaws will be recognized or ! not. IN THE OLD fRy FOOIBALL LEAGUES K.XGl.ISll Lb;.\(U;K- w 7 Negro Boxer Knocked Out at Bouts in North Leth. Last Night -Amateur boxing made its Wo-it liromwich .\... .'> Newcastle I'niieii ., 4 Bradford City ...... 1 Hurnley .............. 4 .Sunderland .......... Liverpool ............ 1 .Sheflield ( nited ...... 'J Chelsea ............. 3 Tottenhar/i Hotspur. 2 Bolton Wanderers .. 'i Manc.'hCKter t'nitcd.. 2 Bradford ............ Notts Count} ....... 2 LNGLISII LKAC.I IC-DIVISION 1). L. V. A. !) 12 DIVISION- D. 1,. A. t 0 17 li :) ) 2.") 10 2 2(1 li .'i 21 17 0 1 IS 8 ;i 17 If) �1 21 i:i :i �! 20 12 '1 '1 10 12 t '1 19 18 1 IS 11 1 r. 20 32 :', r> 21 '29 5 1 12 It ;-) �! U 21 �1 0 17 28 2 8 2.S IM :i li H 21 1 7 l.'i 28 2 7 la 22 OLDFIELD WINS m LEG PHOENIX RACE Rifle Club Good Practice Last Night Out of a possible of ."50 the following scores were made at the gallery practice last evening of the local rifi'e club at Central school : Barr ........................................ 415 Gue..................................... 46 McLeod........ ,........................... 44 Pilling ..................................... 44 Hill .......................................... 40 Arkell ....................................... 39 Scott ....................................... :18 Marks ....................................... 37 Dodd ....................................... 30 .Srmmonds' ................................. 36 �Johnson ................................. 32 .Vscroft .................................... 23 Better lighting, better target arrangement, and an cUiovv pad added much tu the pleasure of shooting. Other improvements will be made as occasion demands and with the com-l)Ctilion becoming keener as proficiency is attained, gallery practice bids fair to I'.f^ome as popular as the long range sliooting. (iet into the game, if you care for rille shooting. Herald Football Gompetition $40 In Prizes First Week First Prize $25 Second Prize $10 AND ONE PRIZE OF $5.00 Rules of th� Competition. 1. Tlie couuwtltor will 1111 In the coupon, below, striking out the team which ho or sho thiiilCB will lose, ond tlriklng out both teams where a draw Is ontictpated. 2. Twenty-five cents must accompany oBch entry. One person Is at liberty to pcnd as many entries aa he ;rl3li^, but each must bo accompanied by twenty-flVB cents. 3. ThK amount oC prizes will be published weekly, and the winners '"''I tK> announced evory Wednesday. Tho amount of the prizes each week will depend upon the number or guesses received the week previous. All monies received will bo used as prizes. 4. Competitors should write their names and addreeses clearly, and may drop the letters into the tin box In the buainess ofUce of the Herald, or mail Ihem addreKsed to the Kdllor, Football Competition, Daily Herald, Lethbridge. 5. No person connected with The Herald will be allowed to compete. 6. All selections niu.st be received in The Herald office ncl later than Friday night at midnight. FORM OF COUPON I hereby agree to the conditions laid down in connection with the competition by The Heraltl management, and agree to abide by any decision given by them. Name ........................... Address ....................... LKAGU W. D. L. K 3 2, 8 2 1 3 2 3 3 r> 1 3 f> 0 3 0 2 K-W. Huddcrslield Town.. 0 2 1 Bristol Citv ......... 0 3 2 The Arsenal ...... 0 3 3 I'rcston North Knd. 0 3 3 Dirbv County ...... 0 2 3 Bury ................ 7 0 4 (irirasbu Town ....... 4 fi 3 Birmingham .......... 4 4 3 liarnslcy ............ fi 2 4 11 Fulham ............. 5 2 5 21 Clapton Orient ....... 4 3 f) 12 Wolverhampton ...... 4 3 f) 14 Hull Citv ............ 4 2 12 Notts Forest ........ 4 2 0 17 Stockport C........... 3 3 5 12 Leeds City ............. 4 1 7 Leicester Fosse ...... 4 1 7 Lincoln City ......... 3 3 (i Glossop .............. 2 3 7 Blackpool ............ 2 1 S SOUTHERN Brightc* & llove .. Heading ............. Watford ............. ;\IiUwall Athletic .. E.Keter City ........ Swindon Town ..... West Ham United... Portsmouth ........ Cardif! City .......... Northampton T..... Luton Town .......... Norwich City ...... Plymouth Ar'gyle .... Bristol Rovers ...... Southend United ... Southampton ....... Queen's Park H. ... Crystal Palace ....... Croydon Common ..2 3 7 Gillinghani .......... 2 2 8 SCOTTISH LKAGU W. 1). L. Hearts ...............12 1 1 Celtic ............... 8 2 2 Morton ............... 7 4 2 Ayr United ......... 8 1 5 Airdrieoniuns ....... ti 2 a Clvde ............... 0 1 4 Rangers ........... C, 1 5 Hamilton .Vcads. ... 5 3 5 St. iViirren .......... 4 a 4 Third Lanark ....... -1 1 i Partick Thistle ...... 4 Falkirk .............. -1 Raith Ro-vers ........ 4 Aberdeen ............ 4 Dumbarton .......... 4 Dundee ............... 4 Kilmarnock ......... 4. Hibernians ......... 2 5 7 Motherwell .......... 3 2 8 Queen's Park ........ 2 3 7 0 2 4 ti 1 5 3 4 3 2 6 ,3 4 4 2 3 3 4 1 3 7 3 S 0 5 7 r> 5 3 0 3 3 3 fl 3 ti 3 6 3 0 2 7 1 8 5 20 21 14 18 14 21 14 23 12 23 E F. A. 16 10 2r. 15 17 0 17 11 21 13 22 19 21 20 15 12 15 8 16 13 22 31 12 10 20 li) 20 26 11 14 22 30 12 18 10 18 10 18 14 18 E V. A. 31 9 27 13 28 21 1!) U 20 19 15 U 18 15 19 18 21 24 17 16 19 14 13 15 P. 18 17 Hi If. If; 13 ; 1^1 12' 13 ! 11 U U !l !) 8 8 7 7 6 H P. 30 15; M 1 1^1 121 13 12 11 U 10 10 9 !) 9 0 7 24 30 13 25 17 22 13 27 17 27 1� 24 Needles, Cal., Nov. !0.-I'.arnoy Old-field, seasoned veteran of tiic a\itomo-bilc racing game, won the fir.'-i. leg of the. Phoenix road rat:e today. Start-in^ in fifth place. dro\(' into tlm night control here in a wilil i)in-st of aimed that carried liini iieyond tho checking station. W. ('. Duraut, So. 2, tagged after him, and liis accurate stop made him loton vs. Plymouth Argjle. Scottish League Partick Thistle vs. Clyde. Hearts vs. Falki.rk. Queen's Park vs. HiberniaiiR. Raith Rovers vs. Kilm.irnock. Dumbarton va. Raiisers. Delicious Appetizing With the flavor and aroma of the choicest bops and with the blending of the hops with tho heat neicctod barley mall, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of tho most enticing beverages that the skill of man can produce. People drink it for its appealing flavor, for the refreshment that it affords, and for the health that it gives; for Alberta's Pride Beer is bene.'icial in a variety of ailments. Any good doctor will tell you that. Lethbridge Beer is a pleasing beverage, it is a good ajjpetizer and it is line for the digestion. Try a case of it at home. Lethbridge Brewing & MalUng Co., Ltd. PHONE 554 ANOTHER HIGH ROLLER The Union Bank walked off with the honors in fine style last night in their match with I\nox on the Y.M.C.-V. bowling alleys. The Bankers took both games. Harris, for the Bankers, was in groat form, making a score of 212 in the first game. The scores: Union Bank- .lack............ 147 155 Collins........... 135 178 Harris........... 212 120 494 453 Kno.x- Bonnell.......... 110 U'2 Campbell......... 101 111 Murray .......... S3 122 294 355 Boarding Club Won Ridpath's Tailors were victims of the in-owess of the Boarding club in the second match of the evening. The scores: Boarding Club- Carberry......... 139 156 Shannon ......... 153 151 Johnson.......... 114 100 436 417 RIdnath's- Ridpath ......... 103 122 E. Butler........ 98 84 C. Butler......... 113 133 314 339 GIBBONS EASILY TRIMS DONOVAN Bout Stopped In Sixth to Save a Knockout New York, N.Y., Nov. 10.-Mike Gibbons of St. Paul easily defeated Young Mike Donovan of this city in a ten-round match at Madison Stjuare 'Garden, the referee stopping the one-j sided contest in the sixth round to I prevent a knockout. Gibbbons scored two knockdowns in the fiftb round, j One went for a count of nine and the other was interrupted by the hell at the eighth count. A right hook to the top of the head in tho sixth sent Donovan down again, whereupon the referee stopped the bout. Gibbons weighed 154 Vi pounds and Donovan 156%. NORMAN BROOKES, REAL SPORT VIOLIN RECITAL By WESTERN CANADA'S GREATEST VIOLINIST ASSISTED BY Mrs. Stella Liiinbard Soprano, and Mrs. W. .T. Xelsoii Accompanist AT KNOX CHURCH Nov. 17th Under the Auspices Choir. of Knox SAM SADOWSKI Tickets for sale at Kenny and Allin's Drug-Book Store; Mason and Risch Piano Co., and any member of the Choir. > : > ? ? ? ? > ? > ? > > ? > c. .> > MISTAKE MADE ? .> IN RESULTS OLD ? ? COUNTRY FOOTBALL : It appears that a mistake has been made in telesraphic transmission .resiiecting the first results of Old Country footha'il games played last Saturday. This will affect the Herald competition considerably. An investigation will be made this evening by tho committee in charge. Here are the changes: West Bromwich .Mbion 4, Notts County 1. Falkirk 1, Ayr United 1. : : V > > : : ? ? ? : : : NOTABLE PLAYERS AT EMPRESS WHAT CAUSES COLDS? This question and "How to Prevent Colds" is asked a thousand times every day. A cold is really a fever, not always caused by the weather but due to a disordered condition of the blood or lack of important food-elements. In changing seasons fat-foods are essential because they distribute heat by enriching the blood and' so render the body better able to withstand the varying elements. This is the' underlying reason why the medicinal fats in Scott's Emulsion quickly overcome colds and build strength to prevent more serious sickness. It c'ontains nature's medicinal fats, so skillfully prepared that the blood profits from every drop, and it is totally free from harmful drugs. l-l-S? Scott ft Howiie, Torunto. Outsrio. Uillinn............Lillian WaHcc-r Cutey ...............Waliie Van Bunny...............John Bunny Father's Choice ...Charles Weilesley These are the principal ciiaj-acters in the merriest jumble of ,aughs ever produced, a Broadn-ay star feature, entitled "Love, Luck and Gasoline." at episode of which is to be seen at the Enipi-ess Theatre on Friday and Starland tonight: "MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY" AT STARLAND TONIGHT The following is a short synopsis of the preceding episodes of "The ."Million Dollar Mystery." the fifteenth Saturday. Fun is produced in this comedy at the rate of 50 miles a niin Stanley .Hargreaves, millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the den ute-a Jjhoto-iilay picturing ?n the j of the gang of brilliant thieves known merriest way possible the love story i as the Black Hundred, lives the lite of of pretty, mischievous Lillian, a true ' a recluse for 18 years. Hargreave daughter of her father, good-natured, ! accidentally meets Braine, leader of smiling Bunny. I the Black Hundred. Knowing Braine Today and tomorrow the program ! will try to get him, he escape." from is one equal to any and surpassed by his own home by a balloon. Before none, comiirisin- as it does a feature escaping ho writes a -ietter to the two-reel comeSy, "His Wife Wins," a Kirls' school, where IS years before, western melodrama, with the ever-pop. I he mysteriously left on the doorstep ular W. 11. Aiiderson In the title part. "Bronco BiViy and, tho Mine Shark: a si)ecial Lubin drama, entitled "The Inscription"; a comedy drama, "The , Schooling of .Mary Ann." and a prob-j wlien the balloon ho escaped in was iein stor.v, "Life's Lottery." *.......' Miss Luslla Simons, the clever child artiste, will appear at the Empress at the evening performances only, and on Saturday afternoon a tthe children's matinees. his baby daughter, Florence Gray. That dav Hargreave also draws |1.-000,000 from the bank, but it is reported that this dropped into the sea Hearing is Restored to Deaf Wittiout Mechanical or Artificial Hearing Devices. Deaf IVIutcE Hear With Their Owrn Ears. A Wonderful English Discovery. Thousands of people suffer from catarrhal dentness or poor hearing, who having tried specialists, advertised treatments, artiticial ear drums, car phones, electric vibrators and . various mechanical appliances with-1 the Hargreave household m the law in punctured. Florence arrives from the girls' school. Countess Olga, Braine's companion, visits her and claims her as a relativev. The Black Hundred then see a means of maicing Florence a target tor their attacks. They are after the $1,000,000. and Braine, their 'leader, sets traps for Florence. The Black Hundred, after a number of attempts, fail, due to the wisdom of .Tones, the Hargreave butler, and Norton, a newspaper man. Concealed at the rendezvous of the Black Hundred, ii man learns of the recovery of the box from the sea by a sailor and of its subsequent return to the bottom of the sea, and he (luickly communicates tho fact to .Tones. A duplicate box is planted, and later secured by the band, but before its contents are examined, the box mysteriously disappears. Finding himself checkmated at every turn, Braine endeavors to emesh Would Have Davis Cup Champions "Play Through" Norman Brookes, formci'ly world's best tennis player and today second only to Maurice McLaughlin in international ranking has proven himself a real sportsman, notwithstanding his irascibility, as shown in one Davis cup match at Forest Hills. Despite the fact that he is ;i8 years old, and needs to conserve all his energy in long and trying matches, he is out with a proposition that Davi.s Cup champions should play right through the preliminaries, as do the challenging nations, instead of resting coniortably until the challenge round opponent is decided, as has heretofore been the case. As Brookes is a member of the championahip Kinm which must defend its title next year, and as youth will bo served under tho proposed conditions. t)ic Australian must be given credit for considerable gam^r uess In making the proposiiiou. out success have at last resigned themselves to a "world -of .'��iience" thinking that nothing can ever restore lo Ihem their normal hearing. Yet their case is not liopeless. A remarkable .scientilic treatment discovered a little more than a year ago in England is making people hear after years of deafness and is also uneC|Ual!od for quickly stoi;ping the distressing head noises that are so often the companions of defective hearing. The discovery is called P.irmint and has attracted widespread notice throughout Europe wiioro reports of the remarkable results it has given to deaf people have come in by the hundred. The effect of Parmint it seems is by tonic action to produce a stimulous necessary to reduce all Inflammation, welling, enlargement or thickening of the organ."! of hearing and to stimulate the entire auditory tract. Parmint is now being sold 'by many loading druggists In Letlvbridge and vicinity and a Kpeedy trial is urged upon all who suffer from catarrhal deafness or headnoises in any degree. .Vsk the drugsist tor 1 oz. of Parmint (Double Strength) and take it home and mix with �4 pint of hot water and 4 oz. of granulated suear until dissolved. Take one tablespoontul four times a day and you should soon find a remarkable Improvement in your beariiis. order to gain free access to the house. The timely dlscoxery of the iviot by ^V a 5 73 14 ;