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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 191S THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MUTUAL Life Insurance Company ALL THE ASSETS are the SOLE PROPERTY of the "If It's Life lnsurancer It MUST be MUTUAL" Phoni Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER 10th St. South. FORMER WORLD'S CHAMPIONS HAVE PROVED VERY UN- POPULAR THIS SEASON NATIONAL DIRECTORS AFTER STORY SESSION WILL RE- TALIATE AS A BODY IN HOCKEY WAR LILY HARD .Muniroal, Nov. Frank Pat- rick, president of the I'acific Coast j 'v association, expected the Na- j tionul Hockey association after last j night's mcuLii.g would agree io condi- tions for restoration of peaee he was disappointed. After a prolonged and stormy session behind clos-ed doors the dire.-.-tors of the National Hockey i association decided to retaliate as a i hoily against the Pacific Coast Hoc- bey association, being unanimously of of the opinion that players now lined up by the Pacific Coast Hockey as- sociation should he looked upon by Philadelphia, Nor. 10. President Johnson, of the American league, is coming tast soon to take up the uusc of the Athletics. It is a foregone con-j thc Hockey association as elusion that at least halt the stock agents and were open for ensagc- i in liis ill-fated cluh will own- mei.lts. w'lh Hockey1 as- rrsliip before next year. The Shibcs h.ive become so unpopular that Quak- er fans say they must sell out. Con- nie Mack owns half the cluh, and lie will keep his stock. EAGER TO HELP President Johnson is one-of Mack's closest friends, and he is ea'gcr to help the tail manager in his present embarrassing predicament. Nobody seems to know what thc Shibes' hold- ings are worth. The Athletics lost this year, it is said, and the club's future is anything hut hril- sociauon and that the Hockey association clubs were justi- fied in endeavoring to' sign them up j in tl'C same manner as the Pacific; Coast 1 Jockey association was ap- preaching National Hockey associa- tion players. FRANKIE FLEMING .RECOVERING Canadian Featherweight Champion Will Train to Meet Hughes Montreal, Que., Nov. Fleming, the Canadian feathenveigh liant. The team appears to he doom- j champion, who has been In the hospi for several years 'to come. When tnl for some time suffering from President 'Johnson is ready to act, it home in Lnprairie yester is believed that Mack will Jic proridr over to his h cd with new partners, and that the j day morning. club will reg ularitv. As soon as fit to star in some, of its lost pop-' in, Fleming will commence training for his bout with Billy Hughes Sault Ste. Marie, before the membe: HARVARD STADIUM ENLARGED Will Accommodate When Crim- son Meets Yale November 20 Cambridge, Mass., Nov. seating capacity of the .Harvard stad- ium has >been more than doubled to accommodate the crowd -expected at the Yale-Harvard game on November 20. The Harvard Athletic association announced today tha't seats would .be provided, the additional room ibeing gained by the erection of Wooden stands. Calgary, Alta., Stanley has signed BARNEY STANLEY SIGNS TO PLAY HOCKEY AT COAST Nov. his winter con- tract to play In the Pacific Coast lea- gue for the Seattle Barney lias already fonvarded the'doc> ument to the club, not ex- pect to report for practice for. another three weeks. -The Vancouver club has signed up Jack Gordon of the Es- kimos, and he will get a.try-out in the big circuit. of the Montreal Sporting club, on. No vember the date'agreed upon bj the two boxers, and for which they have postpd forfeits. AT LEAST ONE TORONTO PLAYER NOT .FOR COAST Montreal, Que., Nov. raid of the Pacific Coast Hockey associa- tion on the Torontos, which Patrick claimed resulted in bis securing entire 'line of six regular players, has suffered at least one disconcerting jolt. "Carrie" Cameron, Pembroke Ont., the brilliant defence star of the Torontos last season, came to Mon- treal .this afternoon, and met Eddie Livingston, the ne.w owner of the To- rontos. After a short discussion Liv- ingston and Cameron carae to terms, and Cameron signed a contract for His season. -j. -WILLIARD OFFERED New York, N.Y., According- to the Madison Gar- den press agent, Jess Willard bad received an offer of 000 for three boiits in the Ga'r- v -den arena during trie winter. It uu will be Russ McDonald, a 170-pound I draw this through your hair, taking! with snnlcicnt toll' wrestler from Canada, an old friend strand at a time. By morn-.' modify the platform, evi of Connolly's. Connolly and, McDon- ald will do light road work, and today will scale Big Butte mountain. the 13th O.M.R. .The story Is con- firmed by members of that Dattalion now in the ,city on leave of-abaenco. They state that they understand that they will he quartered here for the winter. If true, this will mean approximate- ly another 500 troops in the city this winter. URIC ACID IN MEAT CLOGS THE KIDNEYS Take a glass of if your Back hurts or Bladder bothera. le president by entering the Demo- cratic presidential primaries. Some [or" sick dizziness, your If you must, have your meat every day, eat it, but flush -your kidneys with salts occasionally, says a noted authority 'who tells us that meat forms uric acid which almost para- lyzes the their. efforts to expel it from the blood. They, be- come sluggish and weaken, then you suffer with a dull misery in the feld-, ney region, sharp pains in the back "T will be in shape to return to the mat in about three said Con- nolly last evening. Connolly has call- ed Cutler's challenge, whereby r, i cu vjutiei a uutiiiuuse, wiiereuy u Nov. 10.-for the! agrees to throw Connolly twice in an originally planned. Tho meeting at f tlmc m ths history of bowling hour, or forfeit S500 To date Cut- Delorlmier Park wffl open on January ;he 01'5' within recent years, a per- 13, and willl continue up to and I eluding January IS. The meeting Mount Royal will open on Thursday January 20, and wlW continue up to and including Wednesday, January jfect score was made last" evening'by it Dave Bulyea injiis third game against not-stop at OLDRING QUITS BASEBALL Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. Roy. Austin. Dave that, but went out in a fourth game and spilled 211 maples. Bulyea was in a practice game "roUI" Austin, and started out in gi shape with a score of 236. fn next game, he toppled l.Ofi pins, ending ler's money has not put in an appear- ance. Oldring is done with baseball! The this same with three strikes. 'HB con- veteran. outfielder of the Mackmen itlnued ou game, when for will not accompany them to the train- ing (juarters in the spring, buf will remain on his farm at Shiloh, N.J. He has so notified Connie Mack. ANTl-FREEZE GET YOUR RADIATOR FILLED WITH ANTI-FREEZE. FORD GARAGE twelve consecutive plays ho made perfect strikes, rolling up the .grand total of 300, a faultless score, the am- bition of every bowler. Strikes seem- ed to he Dave's-specialty last even- ing. In his first game, he got sevei with four spares, and opened up his second game with two splits, follow- .ing them up with seven consecutive strikes and three spares. SIX-MEN HOCKEY TO STAY Ottawa, Orit, will be the fifth season of six-men .hockey, and the fans continue to turn out to see it. Since it has been in vogue, every paper in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto, :has denounced or lauded it at various times. .You can paste it in here to stay. REGINA PLAYER GRABBED Regina, Sask., Nov. nego- tiations between Frank Patrick, the Pacific Coast professional hockey mag- nate, and Fred IVteCuIlough, the well kqown Regina Victoria 'goalkeeper were completed when the 'ocal boy received transportation for himself and wife. Compound." You just dampen a! Prfsident'al candidate in those prjm and ancs, in the belief that he can out ting1 the-convention with snnlcicnt folio ...orn-! .'JB t? modify the platform, ev iig'all gray hair disappears, and, i ltloI1S" icl.t far short or defeati: after another application or hair 'becomes beautifully darkened. glossy and luxuriant. You will also discover dandruff is gone and hair lias stopped falling. Gray, faded hair, though no grace, is a sign of old age, and as we all desire a youthful and attractive appearance, get busy at once with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur and look- years younger. J. D. Higinbotliam Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbridge, the renominaiion of Sir. Wilsi COMBINE UNDER RED CROS New York, N.Y., Nov. mov ment to combine al'i relief aocietie founded in this country since the ou break of the European war, under th control of the American National Re Cross, and to obtain for that organi: tion a permanent endowment of was started today at a mee ing at the home of Mrs. Whitela Reid. AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT The Winnipeg Free Press of recent date contains'a picture of .the prairie city team oi.1889. promi- nent among those in the group is fi Stuart Campbell, Conservative candi- date for Vancouver south' tlistrici -u the provincial legislature. Another Indian has come long distance racing to the the DETROIT CAPTAIN RELEASED Detroit, Mich., Nov. ment was made today that George Jlorlarity, captain of the Detroit Am- erican baseball league team, had been Siven his .unconditional release by F-. ,T. Navin, president of the local dub. It is understood Olorlarlly has re- ceived several offers to manage min- or league dubs. THY WINS FROM HARTMAN Colfax, Wash., Nov. Thy won from .lack Hartman after a spir- wrestling bout, here, last night. east, although he docs not look as if he.ever would fill Tom Longboat's .Edouard Fabre last week in an eight mile race in the east. He made ex- cellent time, hilt as Fabre dropped out it was 'not a decisive victory. "Glad" Murphy, according, to lat- est reports from Toronto, is sotting better. If improvement continues, his case w.l 1 become somewhat analogous with that of Urucc Ridpath, the cele- brated rugby and hockey 'player and. who was knocked down by' an nutomobiliv some three years ago in Toronto, and after hovering be- tween life and for some' time, became partially pnralvzcd, only ,o rccoier slowly aflcrVards. Today there is really nothing' wrong .with el of -Ihe Trail of tinstone that stomach sours, tongue is coated and when the weather is bad .you have; rheumatic twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full of sediment, the channels often get sore and irritated, obliging you to seek relief two or three times during the night. To neutralize these irritating acids, to cleanse the kidneys and flush the body's waste get four ounces of .Tad Salts from any phar- macy here; take a tatilespoonful' In' a: glass of water .before breakfast for a few days._and your kidneys will theii act fine. This famous salts is madd from the acid of grapea and lemon juice, combined with -lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to. neutralize the acids in the urine; so-it no longer irritates, thus ending Bladder weakness Jad Salts, is inexpensive; cannot Injure, .and makes a delightful effer- rescent lithia-water drink J D Hig- nhotham Co., Limited, Druegiats, T -ithbridge, Albeita.--AdvertUement." CANADIAN CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS GREAT BRITAIN Vovember 15th to December 31st LIMIT FIVE MONTHS' y all Transatlantic StMmihlp MnH anadian Pacific Railway Agents will give all particulars..and rve sleeping car and Stcamahiif irtln R. DAWION, District Aqsnt, a ;