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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1911 TO-NIGHT Don't The Dollar Mystery TO-MORROW BritL In The- AH British HE'S A REAL CHAMPION IHEFEDtttEffl NATIONAL ASSOCIATION UNANI- MOUSLY LINES. UP BEHIND ORGANIZED BASEBALL Oniaha. Neb.-, Nov.. talk that the National Association of Pro- fessional Uascball Clnhs, which in- cludes in itscmcmbership every minor leaguet 'of eonse-qiioncc in the United States and Canada, would, as a BOUT AT VERNON ARENA BILLED FOR 20 ROUNDS STOPPED IN SIXTH los Xnt'lis 1 alig ford of Boston was given .the decision over Tom i JIcMahon of Newcastle, Pa., in their light at Vernon arena list night after a count! constable slopped the fight in the sixth round 11 Was announced as a 20-roilnd or b, part break iwav from match organized bis6bill was set at rest 1 ail) in the sixth round Landlord vcbterday when thai un 1 McMahon now n v ho took jmmouslj pledged its membcis to the count up to nine and tren arose the support of the national agree-, refreshed and yuc a whirl V wind iinish to the uv to-the point Where the constable superseded the. iMcJIahoh fought a hard-hitting, body-to-boiiy light through the first loir rounds. In Langlbrd seemed to lake a: real interest in the fight and lie 1 a nmerfd M miles awaj Oldlield sighted -j cloud hurst that deluged the road just as he thundered, his-.way.sadly der it i DRIVES ON' FLAT TIRES Starting second Old mcnt; UEO it, come: buck to us ompty-lu will hand back what you paid us Two aiica, 50c and o bottle Ypti can buy Recall "03" Hair Tonio In thii'coiamuiutv only at our store: J. D. Hrgtnbotham Co., Limited. s GrcaUrt Tteci ncia I btotp In ne rly ewi? toml find cjty in tho Uniled State Canftaa inj Great Bntaui Thcra )g T different liccill llcmcdy for nearly cry ortua ry human each cpMcially desiened for tbo particular -ill for which it U recommended. RuoU Stores .re Drtc Storca BOWLING AT Y. M. C. A. Revised results of Old Country fcot- hall games creat d some diiiertnce in outcoirc 01 the "Herald football, competition as annCJnced m luts day's issue. Chas Hjn 01 Magrath, is still but Mr KnH of North Leth bnuge u i o iccorriod second phee in the first announcerr ent is now out ri- the running. There are no less than five tied for second place, and double that numbir clean sweep was made Vie Lii.on Uank'howiets last nlgnt at ine i M c V lowlinn, the} met the V U icUullc 11 a itaiue match bou u sc he man in the totals The scores Mcuuli'och 'Barr CO.N'TIx't'KD FKO.M PAGE. anything else to promote aud main- the simnd and permanent pros, pcrity of the Province. In this rimiu-ctioii, il should he in mind thai, roalU'.ins the need j of definile action to safeguard their interests, all the purs hrcd live stock! associations in the four western vinces united last year In forming a joint executive known as the Western Canada Uve Stock 1'nir.u. It is sure- ly equally important that those tcresterl in the production of commer-j cial live stock should recognize the' importance o1" cnmhining in the, inter- ests oi fair treatment anil equitable' markets. i As a matter oi fact, there is prac- tically no limit to the amount ol use-, ful and beneficial work which may b'c achieved by an intelligent anil wide awake organization such as is now contunipiated. ihe I of the Western Stock Grouers 'he oldest i oi the ku I in Gpnada and' cijcrating under a Government Char-j tp.r of many years' standing, feel that1 it is their duty to tat'c In; initiative in this movemcni. They trust that you. as well as all others who are alive to, or can Ire brought to realize the importance of the subject, will make it a point to be present at the Lethbridge meeting and to take an active part in the proceedings. TlK annual membership ice is lo etiier ith 111 average wcs-iricnt oi -ibout one cent pe head on the cattle and horses owned or controll- ed by the member, hut whether you decide to join the Association or not, it is hoped that, if interested in the work in hand, you will not fail to attend the, meeting. (Signed) (TO LVNE nitelj defined and conjecture over the Spilt In0nej ounership o! the Chicago xationall jjetL ,s the ilst of winners and of this league! ended In i according: to Charles man prcs dent and owner of theCln cago 1 cderals and holder of an up 'on the Cubs: Weeghman tonight that he expected to meet wltn Ban John on president 01 thr- A-meriean league and August the N itional commission as soon (tie mollcl the} recene 525.00 N., 13, Charles I'-lyri, Magrath, ;14, Jno. Tcnnant, Slli llith St., OrUndo 7th 13 00 F. T. .Cruttenden, St. S; 13, Harrv Hovvell, Hariiieville, 13, tncen organized hascbali and tiie j returned from Omaln fa 13 Herald football Competition In Prizes First Week First Prize Second Prize AND ONE PRIZE OF of tho Competition The competitor will fill m the coupon below striking out the team which he or she thinks will lose and striking oat both teams where a dra-v Is anticipated J five cents must accom pknv liberty entry One person is at aa many entrirs as lie wishes but each, must be accom panioj b% twentj live cents 3 The amount of be publialidc! weekly and winners -yinotm.cp.d WeinesOay The amount of the prizes each Kill depend tipon number of guesses the 'week previous All monies.1 deceived will he used: as prices r 4 Competitors aliould write their names and addresses clcarh and may drop tho letters Into the tin box In the business office bt the1 Herald, or mail them addrersed to thq Editor Football Competition Daily Herald Lethbridge. 5: No person connected: with''The Herald will be allowed to compete 6 All selections must'be received in The Herald office nci later than Friday night at midnight. FORM OF COUPON I hcrebj srree to the conditions laid down in, connection with the competition bj The Herald man and anj decision by them Name Address GAMES TO PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 English Division Bolton Wanderers v Bradford City Liverpool -Middlesboro JlmchCBter United vs. Burnley. Notts County vt Ever ton is Bromwich Al bloa Second Djvlnon vs Grlmsby Town ve Notts Forest Derby County vs Birmingham Hull City TS WoU'erlupmton vi Leicester Fosse Southern League Crtndou Common Gilllngham Bristol Hove vs Brighton and -Minaall Athletic vs Cardiff Citj Queen's Park gangers vs.V'JSxeter Oil} Northampton Plymouth Scottish League Partirk Thistle vs Clvde Heirts vs Fallilrk Queens Park vs Hibernians Riiltli Rovers vs. ..Kllmnrnockv Dumbarton Mile: W. Huitou, eare oi Pagnuclo, city 12, 5llc. H. Gurr, 73 12th St.. X., 13, .506. Ed J. 'H. 400 4th Ave. S. 12, 50c. Jas Stcu-art, Hardievilie, 12, pOc, P. Jackson. '1164. 7lh Avc. N., 12, 1 Channel! Beilevue U oOc I 1 Parkjjs 62' Uth St 12 50o A. Knowldcn, 2511 I< P Cruttcnden 339 llth bt S 12, U: Kemslcv. 34-1 20th St. N., 12 500 There is one imr-eriect: feature of. a. competition of this orr'er in this field overcame two-minute; llcad He put T gap of 19 minutes he hiinseU anH Di'viS drrtin? mudholei, irto tm) road springing his rear avle and roaring ltd the on flat rear tires. imi li at the Phoenix fair, will gne'thc' winner in ad dition to the puise i medal and title ol master diner ot the. world CLABBY AND QIBBONS WONT pftANCISi OX FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FUJI produced at the rate of 50 miles'an hour Love, Luck and Gasoline Lillian. Cutey Bunny Father's Choice CAST Lillian Walker Wallie Van John Bunny. C. WellMley peilect not ol 1'un and the Comedy pioduccd Empress Theatre Miiss Lnclla Simons The Local Artist, who has set the whole of Lethbridge talking, will appear Tonight as well as Friday and Saturday. FIGHT' AT FRANCISCO Attempt Put Classy Welters On For Curtain Ringer Fails San Francisco Cal 11 ap poars to be definitely settled that no more clumplonsnlp prizefights will be BUKeu m nfornia Aftei the Clabby-Chip battle here last, week, ;a hurried effort w'us made by promoters to put Clabbj before the San Fian Cisco public in one more engagement belo e the aati prizefight law could go into effect.1 With that end In negotiations were onened. with -Mike-Gibbons. Last n ght how ei er Gibbons ired the promoter heie that he would not go 'over the 20-i-ouiid route, and.Clabby at midnight .he would not under- take an} ot le California date He added that terms were practica Iv closed for a lO round bout with Gib bons in loik rear the end of the year. country dstaat from the LALONDE pr EC ecti< CANADIENS ov con of the contesU there are no less Dldier Pitre won: than four relais in the transmission ,0 in exchange f< j9j Lilonde rank" Patrick man 'i of the Vancouver club stited of the results an I mistakes tc occur Lven the abotc list of winners prove incorrect when the EueilisI arrives .here. Until that prize monev will not he paid over bound fnl. no deal has gone through "S Lalondo has been sold oiitrigh to the Canadiens and no plover will come w est foi him declares the coast mag uute. CARPENTIER KEEN SOLDIER To It Like Ah Automobile For French Officer Georges Carpentier has hecome just as keen a soldier as he is a boxer. Shortly hetorc the. war, Carpentier, quite a'rich young man, bought him- self a motor-car, and, many trials and not a few escapes from, in- jury, learned how to drive These days, he Is; attached to the aviation section of the "French Arrrjy at. Saint is'in charge of a (jar of one of the officers. Carpentier are told Ijv one who sees much of the French Idol has settled donn to soldiering as if he had been used to It all hie "'c "c 'oigo'ten that e 5 best white heaiyweight boier in the world and that lie is worth thounands ot dollars He has some likelv expeilcnoes but it pleasing to know that be his not met with any mishap.1 'All. sorts of'reports' liave been spread one that he had been allot through tho lungs I don t supppse (hat he waa over writes his B rench comrade and thnre Is no ran son nh ho not resume an fill careci this is OVPI He teei? like one of us fei's we must win or die and that THEY MURDER Men Who Drink Or use drugs, helpless women and in children, who rely and act up- on the false and pernicious claim that the serious diseased condition of al cohollc er narcotic drug poisoning is ONLY A VICIOUS In support of this statement sajs the Hon 1 B Bruce I call attention to the declaration of tho orlrl s greatest icientlsts and alienists that 18 A POISON and Ihe fact that the medical and scientific historv and experience of the world proves that when taken'and retained in the it and causes a DISEASED CONDITION" Do "your duty tb self relative, or friend Send for the Meal Home Treatment, If only a moderate case, or if more severe spend a few at any Meal Institute The Veal Three Dav Treatment will, eliminate the polion from j6ur system create a loathing for liquor or drugs and re store you to a normal' mental and physical condition For full informa tion fall or address Oie NBAJ. INST1 TUTE 820 13th Ave West, Calgary Phone W bnion JacK Collins .Hairis J83 1113 110 FATHERLY FRENCH SURGEON PLAYFUL WITH BROTH AND BEEF .FOR DIMMER 122-332 o'clock j o'clock C VUGS lOMGHI Uailk High School 7 Union .Hank .-vs. Directors, ST; PAUL" WONT PLAY St Paul -Minn Lennox owner of the St. Paul fran- chise in the American association, late today declared' that it was high- Ij imnroliahle tho St Paul franchise would" be transferred to Chicago. 'There is nothing to that report from Omaha said Lennon You can for me that is certain 3t Paul Will not play in the western lea gue next season. PETROSKEY BOUT POSTPONED Cal or petr'oskey came down with a high revel todai and will not be able to hot '0 rounds next 1 ridav night u ith Biliv Murnv as lie had agreed In stead, the bout has been positioned until Thanksgiving Day Indications, wore that Petroskev might have another attack of appen dicitis; such-as incapacitated him re- cently in Los Robt Davies Wins Connaught Gold Cup With His Racers Toronto Nov Bobt Davios has received-the first of the minia- ture gold cups preser-ted to the win ners of the umnaught Cup rates He has won it four in Mon Plata G.lass, twice in To- ronto. :with Plate Glass, and once in Toronto with Caigarj PRINCE'S KITCHEN ON WHEELS Hii Men Ahead Forage Meal Ready and Have Abandon de Mriailles entertained quite i prmcelj guest at his chateau at tper rturmg the Gel man occupatron ol loj who lool 17 tells me he is 18 savs he ib a Ger man dragoon Both his hands are in bandages and it shatter eJ ne w is wourded b) a French acioplane Ml the berman wounJed ind prisoners b cm mild anJ contend- except one whom the fatherlv old Trench surgeon calls the onlv -nuuvaisc tele who makes trouble all the time and who is a baxon We don t treat them badlv do asks the old.surgeon. He cills them ill raj children and harmless fatherh1 pranks upon them One ha-s a shadow c.! a Following is the mid-term standijig oi the pupils of the -LethbridEo High School. The marks in. each casq hayo been sent to the pai'enls GRADE L. Cobbledick, 02. pel- cent K feirill 87 M Hvssop, 86 H M H Biyan 84 D fchurcli 81 U Dicseth 78 M ilu zcli 73 0 fcutlerton, 72 H Brodie N Higinhotham 72 JI McVeigh "I D btaftord 71 J Woshng fJ L Hamilton 69 A 4rm trnj 18 R Pipes 66 H Keith o'i Gagan M Kipp, V Donaldson bO Maoleod, (0 I Ilorspool 'iS Iv Donald'oH, a7 M Higinhotham 57 O Hjssop r vuiut u4 J Hop Wall 53 Pipes n2 M Ktrr 4.7 G McKil- lop 17 H McIUena 46 M Ljnn, II Matson 43 B Kiven 40 M Moole it S Hedcnstrom; 35. McMeekm 36 GRADE IX. da Hagell, Cassie Kippen, mustache 1 lie ol i surgeon takes both ends of it m hi nng-rs and prebndf, -ttullm sj to twirl it upward -auiife K-ais ei and the German pnsonei giggles I 68 i he don old French surgqjn is full of, r? concern for o e ol the Oeririan'i whose temperature is rismt, steadil} and who may he doomed. Daring im visit in comes dinper and the old buiseon shows me th Ucrtha iBouIton, 90 89 Clwenee Geiger, oitsr 8J ttilliam vibciti 82 81 William 77 Roderick jakie ba j 58. dishes, -which I duly s'iiiiT u i have an excellent odol dm ner consists of beef broth, very rich, with bread an 1 a second course oi lirgc of looking Munai beef and a third of a rpiatc of be-in, Grant Eva Gocdmau, tl{ Sane, 90 W Diihi ham 70 r Alaxncll 66 R Strak- cr 7i M Ford 71 0 Williams, 19 K Mason 67 H Mam 67 L oo L Smith 60 I Smith, Skeith W H Simpson fj5t, E. Wallace. OJ 1 Horne 51 soup wine1! looks vintager's soup in the 50 niich lite Hag TI IS Mcdoct The; Hoiievsett, German wounded who have an appe- tite are ill and pro nounce the dmnet b 'u gut icspondtnce In a ar Goodman Pern Squires C T ullerton 18 M Ballantj ne io r Ilutton 12 M Robison, M Simmons '1 b Reid IS bhand 94 Herman Maj er 10 -8p- s c Green 8d George "Green Eva I rame 84 Mary Mross, 82 Herbert Crtpps 77 Jennie McKav, 70 loscoh Gillies 86 Ida Bt Tjllian _Biilcv 59 Beulan Ken- 52 Joe Gillespic 51 "T GUADF M -Dunham 196 Iv 78 Kerr 1o Rpiit.i 71 L Dunswortfi ba V Kloesoh, 61 r Dunaftorth Clj D Marrs, A. Mystery Factory In London Like Very Strong Fort ij K Kauie 60 certim buildings in a London, district il A 46 C owned hj a foreign firm, ofcteiMihly torv A. military expert de em as nothing more less thittown One morning a motor car j scrlbed thel___ guarded b3 I'hlani, up into the lnan terrificelly strong fortificatiens, court of honor of the cliateu Itvaia dominate some of the most kittllen on wheels As soon as