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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I'age THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, November WESTERN DERBV AUTUMN WON BY. At Regina Saturday--Winnipeg Team to Charier Special Coach CUP BOWMAN v London, Nov. 33. At Derby v today, the Derby Autumn Cup, a handicap of one inite mid, six Jurlonjs, was woa by 3. W. larnache's lo'-T-year-old dicstuut colt Bowmin, at ICO J. Laraacbe's Kenwood. to 1, was second, ar.d Frakabsnd. 105 to S. third. Winnipeg, Nov. 13. Preparations; HERftv.D TELEPHONE tre proceeJinj; apace in tfir.nipcg and for the Western Canada ruj- riy championship game to be in Resiua next Saturday. The How-1, ii.g Club players will leave the city lor the west oa Friday evening over: ,1he U-X.H. to play fur possession ol lie Hugo Moss trophy the next day. j BOWLERS SPLIT THE HONORS LAST NIGHT National Association Apparently Confronted by Rare Problem 1 Seen in cumber, a private car oa the Trip. President, ('town will be the official representative of the local un- ion and otorr ofKeors will 50 along. HAKD PRACTICES The Oarsmen are signal practicing every day and they will go to lie- in better shape ihsn tier have .lieeti before, they should have a fair i-tancc" 'iecnring revenue ior the Iralhi.s last year. There will be a change or in Oarsmen's line-ip. B'.izz ha. fht following leagues American asso- ciation, Inttrnational, Pacific coast. Western association, Tesas, Central, Xew England, N'ew York state, Northwestern, South.Atlan- tic, Virginia, heavy the standard' is over high: Therefore, tkis record made by young Jones would be quite .a hotablB etea- ing's pertorrna'nce for'any boyler in tho dty, as.bowling goes here at pre- sent, but Chas. Jones is but a boy In them Uichigari, Central association, Ms teens, and extremely Ohio state, Illinois-Missouri, North notahleness. first .indoor athletic contest of confident Ihey can win out. Sine'the season takes place for the Arm- mm wfco defeated the ftowioj 'troas (Se V. V. 0. Chib a year ago will te on the He'- December IS and 13. The followins Riaa sidr of the Celd this acd 'iat.ot. events will be on 'the card: lire'olter tegular senior players are! 220 yards. iliie' to be ia harness: It is claimed One-hundred yards." in Iiegina that the tejra is_ verrj- .Two hundred yards, .much stioager tbin tbat wbich play-t Three standing broad Jumps, ed in_1512. Tbe? Lave gone through! Itr.eir.' schedule without 'a single de-1 J .lieyina claims to .nave lour strong; uteri Irom Eastern Canadian and Am- frican rugby in Olion, Murphy, Fin-! Klghteen Ket rope cli nigan and Punk thompson. Theyt fence .vault. have-proved towers of strength tori Twelve pound shot put. :the Hegina' team. Fineigan plays shimming, two lengths of pool light msiJe wing and with his pounds should help some.. Carolina. Michigan state, K. I. T., Nebraska state, New Yotk-.S'ew Jer- sey and California state. national hoard lias" 127 cases to be heard, and hearings-were com- menced yesterday morning. It -is hougbt tte docket can be cleared br Thursday eight. broad jump. Itunning high jump. Running high dire. Spring board high jump. Running high kick, any form. In au Interview given at Calgary Prof. -Muir Edwards, of Uie-'AlberUJ University, tbe member the ama-l teur board who moved th'at Lloyd Cook, of Taber, he re-insUted as an amateur, stated that the ment had not jet taken place. "The motion I he, "was that Lloyd Cook should be re-Instated provided Mr. Pearson, who had dealt with the case, from Ihe sat- isfied that the action was justifiable, __________________and tbat all correspondence and affi- tejm. in !tb.e Northwestern league, Captain Cole, a schoontr davits bearing' on tSe case be. sub- .STILL DESERVES TITLE .''Iro n JlcGInnity is still de- Gilmore will Swimming four lengtiia of cooL. The" records established in the ab- ove events are not any ol them phen- and might easily be broken with a Mule consistent practice. Mr ervlnj ot the title: In addition to! one desirini Jnem. serving as manager of the Tacoma tbe records to any LLOYD COOK FREED BY NOT THE YET POWERS IN ALBERTA HOCKEY Tof. Edwardl Thinks He Should But Mr. Pearson Not Been Wan .His age Is-IB. He-.stands 4ft, lOln. and tips the scales at 85 pounds. -He uses the compoiltlon balls almost Invariably, and handles then wlth-ristreme ease.. He starts the hall from-the right band corner of tHe .al- and as it approaches the pins it bojes in on the i a'id 3 pins for 'fit eie'cution: TThere is a slight hook apparent aa the hall makes the last few feeTot its journey not possess ar large pr-alrong enough to accompany -hiR thumb In grasping the ball: he .is req.ulrc.rl .to use two fingers for tfae operation, and strange to say, they.are toe third Rm last tinger.s, T The cut is' a likeness of the hoy prodigy taken in his cadet unitorjn. He belongs to the hugie corps. i WALTER JOHNSON SAYS SPIT 'BALL WALSH a lories you hear about new urrea and myElery balls are aon' says Walter Johnson, the kins f pitchers. 'The a ty; I'll but It rnlmi" a pltcbfer't rm in time. 'If Ed. for iuit- nee, .had never used the spitball rauld.htve had no trouble with hi: Tbe same applies to Russell "seems" to have lost his ecttveness lost season. The pitching tbe recent world's aeries vas de of new wrin'tcles. Bender nank almoit entirely on ,peed and curvts. Bender mixed In. !oK tall now anS'thec whlcb had the iaaiV swinging. at nothing." f'lcGinnity -took part Barnes as a pitcher, finishing with a iiercentage of -.517.' :our.ccd a disease among the herring mitted to the various daily papers of the province to be given publicity. "I have learned since thai Mr. Pear- son's consent was not secured, and you-tell me ttiat copies of the corres- pondence have been submitted to the papers. T[ that is the case, then the- re-lEEUterneril o( Uoyd Clofc has not actually tasen place as yet. "When I read in tbe papers tbat Cook bad been re-Instated, 1 suppos; ed that the motion I road? had heen lived up to. Until .It la, lp feel that Cook is still under suspension, B! though I do honestly bellbve tbit he should be re-lrislated upon the evi- dence that he produced." Kidneys Keep BlajderWeak TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEY AND NEUTRALIZE IRRITATING ACIDS FAMOUS FRENCH JOCKEY CLUB PRESIDENT DEAO Extremely Exclusive Club Founded by English Lord In Blictc Balls Paris, Xov. death of thi Duke B. Kozer.MC, head of the great .Monteaduiau family, renders va- cant the important Office o! president of tho French Jockey Club, ono of the world's most exclusive Founded In 1833 on the lines WELSH TO BOX IN MONTREA irltlsh' LlgMwelghl" Champion 1 Have Series cf Contests in.' Eastern Canada Slontreal, NOT. Welsh the English llghtwcleht champion, wi j- llkeiy he seen in Montrcs] aho: ly. .Welsh is known >3 one of th best lightweights in Uio world, and a raojemenls are being, .attemplc whereby he will come to Montreal 1 bor. Jianager George Kennedy, of th Canadian Athletic cluh, staled las eTenlrig.that eftorls were helng mad to have the English boxer Tlsit .Mo rreai, where he will be mulched Eorna of the best on th side of the water. -Mr. Kennedy, I fact, stated that the possibilities wci very .bright to have Welsh here wit In thtrnfit six months. a was, 110 more thai the time-honored in shoot, delivered so .hat it.would pass cloee'to the upper ;arl of bod.y. Milhewson's fade-. }ta called, was a with an outCOTve, delivered yso' that' '11 would shoot down paet the wfciat. "I have never tried to moniey with new-iangled deliverj'.' I use speed on a straight ball. an Inshool under tho chio. T can use a curve on the outaide- corner with plenty of speed, or.l can.saJl one up with UUle or no speed. T find that the best re- cults can he obtained hy using change of nlo? tnd tost balls with the same amount of action in tho wind-up and tie same body motion. You tan puzle the best balsmen sending up a different hall each time. Then he doesn't know wbai to .expect and'cannol set himself for a healthy swing.' In a long run, how- ever, apesd counts when you put the ball over the plate wilhoul delaj- and can get the batsmen in tho hole as quickly as possible." STONE .DEFEATS'SUMMERS S. W., Nov. ti Sydney Stadium last night, Har defeated .gi Jug the decision on points nt the c: if a fast and exciting twenty-roui :ontebt. Summers wan' extremely Tigoro nd ngtrcEsive thrpuehout the'co Ml, while each boy landed fi quently both'v'were In such splendid condition aa to weather all .the pun- shment whioh came their 'way. Kldooy ar.4 Bladder weakness re- sulls from uric acid Siy3 a noted auth-. ority. The kidneys filter this acid Irom tho blood and pass it on to tbe jladder where It often remains to irritate and InTIame, causipg.a burn- ing. scalding sensation, 'or setting up an Irritation at the neck of the blad- der. obliging you to' seek relief two or tifee times during the. night. The sufferer Is In constant the water Bosses sometimes a scald- Ing sensation and Is 'very profuse; again, there is difficulty In aroidlng Bladder weakness, most folks It, bM-iiua they can't control urlna- tbn, -While U Is annoy- ing and very; palnfnl, this tho" Jockoy Club, by the Mr. 4 at Hie Majestic Kriday anj Saturday, celebrated Lord Henry Seymour, It .numbered amoas toarUen (modi- i lion membera tho Duko of Orleans, i the Duke of Scrr.oura, erf the Moslfowa ana Count DemMoif. High j social positions and large j always baen indlspcnsiblo con- pcd on a good sized fine when Heinle returned to the fold JuAt In time to lake a train to Phlladclpblx AS. a matter o[ fact Bvers and. Zlnv merman Trero at odds- during tho first trip of the Cubs to this city In June. Zlm suddenly left the hotel went to the Elronx. sending word.- lp Bvers that he was Evera VI.P- patched the Cubs' trainer to Zlm's tiome, where _H" "WBB learned that Heinle had iuat gone out. Tbo played in .Brooklyn that afternoon while Zim occupied a Beat tho grandstand at the polo grounds. U was evident early- In the season, that Erera couldn't manage ihe third baseman and It WIH eatd that (be Cubs' manager was. on the point of trading 7Am more than once- the fag end of the campaign Heinle promised bo good and a truce was1 patched up. In Chicago the opinion prevails that- Ztminerman decided (o bla own SWALLOWED. HIS TONGUE George. Lucas, the Stamford -'prep" lull back, ia recuperating nt his borne in Maiden; the oddest lu Jury of the fcotpall season. A. blow on the neck during the game with Princeton "prep" caused Lucas to Bwailow'hls tongue.' A doctor pulled It from his throat In tlrae to prevent his choking to death. PittsSurs. N'or. TlomiB Wagnsr Ihe greateBL shorUtop tha gamo eve w, ynterday artcrnoon that he had playirf his Itit time o protosaionr.! baseball. Winner has retired .before, b-H this lime It It bfr I'.eted tlial Iho "Flyfng Dutchman" la on tho leTel ho Is lint lo malof batebill. Thd rexon given for quilling tho game is that Wagner has so many In this city and at he cannot afford to leave them as mtrch as he has dona in the past. Wagner hag a nice fat fortuna tucked away. He has made hundreds of friends among promlne-nt ateel and business men here, .and It Is under- stood that they have tipped him on many A good thing and he has luri his earnings aa a baseball -play- er over many limes through goad In- vest men 1.1, also has a. farm In which 3e Is greatly Interested, and tho care o! tbti has had a lot to do with his delermfustlon to quit the nalic Wnlla Ifant baws! liet year and Iho seuon .b-foni ha rot exiual his record of former ons, and even his greatejt ad jrs were to admit that Uie Dntchraan was "sllppius." Ho dlio Injured In early carl o .last seafcm out of th" for some. time. Only tha cleve work of Bontse-tter Ileeeo oniblod the to. get back In tho game, (uH It IB believed that his Iff araln gone, bock on him'. A nine year-old boy admltltd ateal- lub le.lters trom Inscrsoll post bmcc THEY CAN'T STOP DRINKING ;'I can atop any time I wish" (B a frequent expression, liul why don't tbfl 'mako good boast. Why don't lie Wtien a man'brags no can atop drlnWng whenever lie -wanla to he has usually re-idicd Iho point wher'e life cirmoi. lie lie can- not malco jobd his boast unaided. He Is to need cf treatment The la R harmHss vege- able remedy that wJII tr.msform the crribte cravings, for liquor Into pos- Uvo Bbborj-ence Jor anyihlug alchol; c la three days wlilioul Uio use oi lyjjodermlc Injections. If yon arc tlrlnldng yon should look Info ihla. If have a Mend who aoeda help wo urge your Come In od talk It oror or wrllo or telephone ar ot .informfttlpn. NEAL INSTITUTE, 820 13th Ave. West, Calgary Phont'W. 4525 Chance had been relieved ol t'he agament'of the Chance never had serious trouble With Heinle, caiiae he handled 'Mm with a grip oi' iron. But livers, who had frequently with Zimmerman while Chance was at the held, was a differ-1 ent proposition in the eVee of tha big' 'slugger. v Evers- and his employer, recently announced that they had de- cided to trade off several of the older Cuba. They didn't refer openly lo Zimmerman, but It IB generally be-- Heveft that (hoy have. opened- lions with several Giants, Redfi and with tbe Jdea ot obtaining come valuable players fn ex- change for tbc Bronx citizen. Chicago, critics 'seem to believe that Erera would let Ztromermsn go lo the Gtantfl In exchange for Herzog o: Fletcb6r and R big cash bonus. They also figure that Tinker of the netla migfit be periuaded lo give up Hob" Beecher and Marsans for ths Diikh- man. ff the Dodgers would band over tucker the Windy City pracloa say that mako an even up exchange. As Zimmerman la anxious to be a Giant, however; it fe thought that Evers has aaked McGraw to name a sttion before th.o Glartta' leadfcT leaves Vancouver for the far east livers 1s noncommittal on the subject, but It ia said that as soon 83 be bears from McOraw he will doclflTc himself. The Cuba are trying (a secure a short- itop capable of excelling Al Krldsvell, but Evcrs Is paid be satisfied to keep Art Piielan 6n Ihird baao perma- nently. WOOJTON BEST JOCKEY F.'.Woplton has Hie best average ol any Jockey riding la England. Increaa' Ing weight handicapped '-him SQ- vtrely this seaaon, antl It fs only with difficulty, and much wasting that he can go to scajo at THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE S1K EDMbNO Prwldmt ALSXAKDER LA1BD, Gtctj.-tl AiVl V. C. BROWN, of Centrsl WtsfOT CAPlTAt PAI9 UP, TO. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued byv'fhe Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in convenient yet inexpensive manner, They are issued payable in every country in the world in denominations of with the, equivalent in the moneys of the principal couiitr'r oii iliO face of each cheque. They arc economical, absolutely s identifying and easily negotiated. Lethbridge Branch: Brymneh Mgr. res stall J self- ;