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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 28, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE old So, han't traces the past da) 01 to, n w skating would now lie Ihc favorite Although only '.W' pastime when 125, it is larp; enough lur amateur Frost recuperates so that hi will lie! hockey, ami that is all we arc likely A A A CHECKKP. EXPERTS DRAW Kansas City, .Mo., Nov. 27 With the Ecoro Btaudlug 2 to JJ, and H6 games li.-'awu, the world's "re- sfrictod" chocker matcih bo- twcon Alfred Jordan of Caua- da, and N. W. Hanks of Uc- iroif, ended In a tie hero last night the final set of four games was drawn. Ar- rangements for a deciding match have not been complet- ed. CONNIE MACK GETS WITH THE PHILADELPHIA FANS is completed, aiid the drawing rooms, ..._ love bren thoroughly .renovated and iiracticully even one ild'orateil. !u reference to hockey, one oi me Tabcr flu-is was in town ihc a. VJ W r; er Augmented Orchestra "Violin, Piano, Clarinet. Coniet. Trombone ami Drums Men and women who are growing bard of hearing and who experience a AN EMPRESS FEATURE The Broadway star feature "Treas- ure of Ahdar in four parls, 120 15S HI! 420 Bowling Tonight MacDonald vs. Campbell, Wilson ''HIS Schoo, vs. Dormitory. break tlic hold hilt Cutler refused to let go and had Taylor nearly on his back when Stewart pulled them apart. Prom the side it was hard to tell whether the hold .was a strangle 1 as onlv one arm was around crutch which Stewart warned liim T hut the iefercc was in being a strangle. He immediately; th fc t posiUon to and his de- jelea.sed--it, hut jipt before inllicting. tlljcd the ,natch. 'severe punislinlent, alur lie slipped ithis over'to a mere-body ami leg hold; using his enormous weight of rvrj p RAPF WAS pounds in assisting him to LlLLt KALt, VVAO ally push Taylor's shoulders to the mat. .Judging from the 40 minutes oi wrestling last nighf Taylor would :have a difficult job in ever throwing man who secured the world's title as a gift from Frank Ooteh. nut Taylor even surprised his admirers by uncnycnng-a lot ot knowle.lgo He was fast- DISASTROUS TO LIFE AND LIMB ALFRED SHRUBS, THE FAMOUS RUNNER, WILL REJOIN HIS REGIMENT Mass., Nov. Har- vard crosscountry coach, A1E. Slinibb concludd! his duties at Cambridge yesterday. He left for his home in Toronto: There lie'will put, his busi- ness affairs iu-shape preparatory leaving tor England, where he wi'il rejoin old regiment for service in the 'European war. Shrubl) would have been in the war before now had he been able to get away Irom Harvard. Ga., NOV. Tay- mtnrcvrle race iliere today. Ir- grappliug.gamc. He was last- jiuwaukee second, ev and wonderful strcngVhanU Iirovcd a worthy of the rWer was MneA aill) twd ser- Chicago man. But ili onl not looli as inlnred Grav Sloop ot Jloores- Ii.Cutler had-to iise.uiilair means to vnlo N c lost his.'..- ticat-his man unless ho wanted to fir.-' cycle 'crashed into a tree, ish the match, in a hurry and was not in tlie best-' of condition to stand that 1 a long Cutler showed. ho is a champion wrestler by i BUCHANAN'S The Whisky of Kings 'life when, his mo- into a tree. Z. D. u.--------..... whusD :mach- ine also hit a tree, is expected .to die. Verrili of Chicago in a I Josenh Wolters' of CMcago flnish- !ed second and Irving Janlie of Mil- third. There were thirty- i three entrants. Pullen Wins-Auto Drive Corona, Cal.i Nov. Pull- en won the 300-milo Corona road race Jj this afternoon. Time, 3.26.32. His I! speed averaged S7 miles an hour. CV- 1 i Donnoll, No; 2, was second, and Old- I i field third. Pullen's speed for the I1 distance broke all. existing records. I j The .best previous mark was that of Thomas, who made SG .miles an hour at Indianapolis'last May. O'DoimeH's time was '3.29.18; OWfield's 3.29.58. De Palma was 'fourth. His time was 3.31.51. NO .PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY !N MARITIME PROVINCES THIS YEAR Halifax, N.S., Nov. The idea prevalent a few weeks ago that Mar- itime province hockey would continue this year is not now deemed likely, as the indications are that, on account o-f the war, there will not be any pro- fessional hockey this winter, in Hall- fax at least. President Uthgow Wfll call a meeting shortly to reach a final Mellow, MatcMest Scotch Whisky TORONTO fair WALTER LOSES CHANCE Fedt Are Not After .Johnson Any Longer With Hujc Salary Offer Chicago, 111., Nov. Wal- ter Johnson of the Washington Am- ericans, firmly believes that he who hesitates is lost. The Senator's star hurler hesitated over an offer of 000 for three years' work from the Federal- league, and before he- could make up his mind, tha .outlaws 'with- drew their" offer.- Jclinson cannot join Oilmore's organization now it lie wants to. said President when asked if St. Louis was still, seeking tile big .pitcher. ''We've called it off. offered him- for a throe-year contract. He asked for time to consider it. Before he could make up his mind Jones and-the St. owners called it off." lake HewlnoTs-sTre'" aU this' popular tonight. The! most invariably Ulo forerunners of story covers a him- complete or partial deafness and most naid in'ransom. Jt! is a mnsterciGce different in its j theme than anv yet shown at the Em- press On Monday and Tuesday, the eighth installment of the Gold Seal serial, "Lucille Love, the Girl of Mys- j lery" featuriuE pretty, fascinating Grace Cumird, will visit you. If you: have not been following Ihis scria'i, i starl now and see lier escape from leaf from Ihem con- stantly. Sometimes Uiese head noises jecome so distracting and nerve rack- ng, with their never ceasing "hum" .hey drive the sufferer almost frantic and complete nervous breakdown and ?ven violent insanity have been known r.f a remarkable scientific lo result. Thanks to' TlianKS 10- a reniHnuiuit: sciential; now and see lier escaue irom discovery made recently lu England it J3 very thrilling and cxcil- I is now possible 'fd almost instantly i ,no. "Don.t that tonight is the j lessen the severity! of these head i ]ajj ot Luella Simons at UOiscs and in a fery short time to j tjlis tiieatre. completely and permanently overcome j them. With 'tho..irjsapneanng of inu ,ead greatly Q Ford; Occupants Pinned Beneath In endeavoring to dcdge two can-11 imnroves and very frequently can be restored to This English treatment is .known as, 17armint and can be easily and safely self adminis- tered at home. Leading druggists in kethbridge how have it in stock. Get froin your druggist 1 oz. Parmint (Dou-bfe Strength) and mix- it at home with of hot. water conclusion. Halifax teur hockey. have ama- DOCTOR SAYS "NIX" TO AD- Cadillac, Mich., Nov. gast yesterday visited a local physi- cian to learn whether his: injured right arm would'permit him to1 parti- cipate in a six-round scran in Grand Rapids, one week from Friday night; "Go home and stay a the phy- sician told Ad, "then come and sees me, ,ahd ,1 will be able to let you It now when you may box with my per; iOc THE.HOUSE OF COMFOBT TO-NIGHT Broadway Star'Feature, 4 Acts of Will .Rahman HEARST-SELIG WORLD'S NEWS PICTORIAL THE KIDNAPPED BRIDE, COMEpr TONIGHT, POSITIVELY THE LAST APPEARANCE OF MISS LUELLA SIMONS AT EMPRESS THIS SEASON Don't Forget The 8th installment of Sir) of Mystery, for -Monday and Tuesday. .i and 4 of granulated sugar. until dissolved and. then take Stir j incs at the same time yesterday af- one turnoon, J. G.' Cargill, Provincial four times a day until j Boilsr Inspector, and Mrs. Cargill ,._ sev-. the' noises disappear and hearing im- j Wcre thrown completely under proves. Parmint is used double; irorii car, alter it had described _ strength in this way not only to re- enil arcs on two wheels. The acci- diice, by tonic action, .the. inflamma- occurred on 3rd avenue just af- tion and swelling in the Eustachlan ter Mr. Cargill had rounded 13th tube and thus to equalize the air pres- j street. The dogs beset his g sure on-the driim But to correct any; jn' attempting to f.ct out of excess of secretions! in the middle ear and the results it gives are both re- markably quick and effective. ON ARC THEATRE way on one, lie hit the other, and the car commenced to reel, so that the two wheels on one side lelt the j ground entirely, thus rendering the j steering Ineffective. Thc car, I Fans Were Kidded turned over gradually, and both Mr. Now: that 'Charley.-..Murphy 'has de-: al.il Mrs. Cargill were pinned tmder- clared himself, we are opinion neatli. Their injuries are not.consu- thit It was Chicago .fandom and not; ercd serious, although 10 is possilHe ___; __.-_i-_ Mrcr n.inrlll KllnKrEd tllC the Cubs that.was sold last winter. that Mrs. Cargill has suffered the-, fracture of her left shoulder, while thc shock p'ro.-cd, crcat.-Mr. Cargill': -was scr.itched lightly oh the and aside from a shakinz up, is-all right. Sir. Virtue, the Ford agent, WELSH TO MEET WHITE EARLY IN NEW YEAR llavo ..._ ......_ 'it on, and wiK supply the auto and Chicago, Ml., Nov. negotia-1 the stone for them to light on. ttons .pending for a match between Freddie Welsh and .Charlie -White for the lightweight title before Jimmy Coffroth's club.at San Francisco on 15, were called off yester- day by Harry Pollok, Welsh's mana- ger, ..Y2S, Chicago hoard of trade man, suf- fering from nervousness, was hurled "their home', have several -friends like to try Tonight EXTRA SPECIAL PROGRAMME FOR THE LAST TIME TONIGHT Keels The Light-Woman. The Doctor's Wife and the Young Artist Geo.'Fleming''will sing TIPPERARY Although offered substantial in- ducements for his champion to meet Chicago battler, PoUok asserted the numerous matches he has schect-j uled' for W-sIsh would not allow his fighter time enourth to get in shape to meet a man of White's ability. Although he refused this match, Pollok is agreeable to early in the New Year. Lewis It, confident one of the New Orleans promoters will schedule the match. CARPET BALL The S.O.E., C.O.F. and Moose play- ed the preliminary game of the season in Moose Hail last night, resulting, in a win for the Moose team by J shots. .Much interest was displayed' in Ihe game by those present, arid the league will be formed at once. Some six teams arc expected to enter. Worth of Anxjety. Freddie Welsh says lie Is only too willing to fight'WHlie Klt'chie.. ag- ain. In fact, Fred -Is so anxious to clash with thc ex-champion tiiat all lie wants Is a gua'i-onteo of for doing it. ATHLETES KILLED IN WAR it is stated that all the mem- bers of the soccer football team that represented IJelgium against England last season and a'l the members of the Belgian eight-oar: ed crew that won the Grand Chal- lenge Cup at the Royal English Henley, regatta a few years ago. been killed iii the war. William Albany, who- was defeat- ed by KIrnest Barry, present world's professional sculling cham- pion, has enlisted in the Sports- man's battalion formed in London, F. S. Kelly, who won the Dia- mond sculls at Henley a couple :of times is In the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. British yacht owners .have plac- ed at the disposal of the Admlr- about 500 vessels for the war.. Delicious Appetizing With the llavor and aroma oi the choicest hops and with the blending of the hops with the best selected barley malt, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one ot tho most .-enticing bever- ages ot.man can. produce. People drink !t for its appeal- ing flavor, for the refreshment that it affords, and fcr the health that it gives; for.' Al- bcrta's Pride Beer is beneficial in a variety of ailments. Any good doctor will tell you that. Ltthbridge Beer is a pleasins beverage, .11. is a good appetizer and. it is fine for'the digestion. Try a case of it at home. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. .PHONE 654 BOY OF 12 IN 7 BATTLES HONORED.BY CROWN PRINCE youneest-sol- dier in'tlie war is'said to be a Serv- ian named Dragoljub Jelititich. Though only 12 years old, he. is said to have already fought in seven en- j sagements. In the last he was wound-1 od. Crown Prince Alexander of Servia learned of the boy's and as a reward for va'ior personally handed little Dragoljub his stripes as a cor- j poral, an honor which" r.o pleased the j boy that he is itching to ho hack at' the front. SHOT AS GERMAN SPY Executed by Mayor' of Ypres W Allies London, Nov. Daily News correspondent in Korib France says I the mayor of Ypres was shot by the Allies as a spy. BOSS CHOKER TO WED Now N.Y.; ,Nov. Kaluntiicliy, whcso jsrandfather. Chief Seuuoyah, was a Cherokee warrior and wise man, is tlio bride-to-be of Richard W. Croker, who used to be the "big chief" of Tammany Hall. Her father, a Scotchman, married Prin- cess Sequoyah, the- Indian chiefs daughter. i AS AN EXTRA I To Big Feature, ;Phoioplayt ATiSTARLAND.TONIGHT Hear the 8-Piete ORCHESTRA- Book At Once WILL BE I'N" PORT AT THE Citadel On Sunday At 11 a.ni., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p-m. Appropriate Addresses bj the "Sky "Pilot" MONDAY, 8 VOYAGE OF LIFE IN THE 003PEL A n.utical Pilsrlm's Progrej. in Seng. Ships' and on platform-Tnere ,W .1 ning, thundei, novel, amusms, 10 Cellts ;