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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satm'day, October 4, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GALAXY f Pall And Winter Excursions Bt fining Llitc Nnw Open Sailings by Varloui Ut M DOHIKIDN URE QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL .Nov. 1-7-Canada No. antic Nov. Dei MeflanHc Oct. Leurenttc CHRISTMAS SAILINGS Froin Portland; Halifax: Jig Day for Athletic Boys and Girls ai Henderson Park Yesterday Nov. 6.... Nov. 30.... DM. .7.... Canada 3 ____ Dec, Teutonic White Star Line Nov.1 20 Cedrlc, Dec. 4 Ealtlo, Dec. 11 Celtic New York, Southamptonj Plymouth ft-long Nov. is; and Doc. 13. Majestic, Nov. 26 Oceanic Dec. New York, Dec. 12. Botton. Qileenston, Koi. and Dec. 15 Arabic The Liurentlc and Megantlc are the largest eteauicrs .in the- Canadian Trads and embody all the comforts and luxuries of up-to-date travel. Tho" Teutonic, Canada and Arable, are lErmsd OntC'lass Cabin Ships which passengers has a the Lest ac- commodations at Second Class rates. Comfort and economy com- bined. V'or Other Sailings, Illustrat- ed etc., apply to nearest rail- way or- steamship or writs. W. M. McLEOD, Canadian Weltern Passenger Agent, 333 Main St. Winnipeg Ask about our Cruises, to Fan Canal and-West Indies, or Medlt uranean to Ital> .ar.d Egypt WILLOW RIVER INTERIOR BRITISH COLUMBIA'S future MANUFACTURING and HOM MERC1AL Capital, offers unrifalled opportunities for money malting IN cpportunltUa for money making IN V'BS T M EN T S, BUSINESS, and HOMES.. Located on the FRASER Md. WILLOW HIVERS, GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC, PACIFIC AND HUDSON fiAY and other railroad! in the centra of a 1-ARGE, RICH FARM INQ'AND flJlDER DISTRICT, th natural point for the WON DERFUL PBACE RIVBR COUNTRY and the RICH CARIBOO MINING DISTRICT, Insures the future of WIL LOW RIVER. _ AVrlle now, to Jay, fo free plats, etc. PACIFIC LAND TOWNSHIPS CO -LIMITED. 'V 302 Hlcharda'atreet, Ajjehli' Wanted' O----- 'ompetilion' Keen and Worth Seeing but Weather Kepi Crowd Away Drunkenness Can Be Caret Alcura Will Do It v Alcura ,tho widely kjiown treal ment'for. alcoholism can now be ob- tained at o'jr Btore. H Is guaranteed to cure or benout :or money rfcfcrid- cd. Kemedr that-has been tried by thousands and found'to as ft claltus. Drunkenness Is a disease.- Those are'afflicted, with the craving for liquor have, to be helped to throw tt off, -Alttira..Nb. 1 can- be liven 'secretly in coffee or food. Alcura No. 2 Is the voluntary treatment: Help, your loved ones to restore! themselves, to lives of sobriety and iiEofalnMB and (o regain the respect of tha community in'which you live. Only.JI.OO pw box. Ask for Free Booklet D. HJg'.nbbthara i O.oj Limited, I-ethbrMge, Alberta. CHAHOEO EMBEZZLEMENT BL; Louis, Mo., Get D. iVounir, former deputy building com- missioner of East St. Louts, 111., was Indicted today on a charge of embez- KleioonU Ths i Indictment charges that Young secured ?600 for the pur- pose1 of defrauding the city. One would realize- that there are so inaby athletn In Lttubridgo until they tutned out to of the school chlldrens' annual 'field day sports auch- was held yester- day, at Henderson Parlf. The fuiure statesmen and heroines displayed wonderful athletlo ability, and that of the zclioot llfo was brought out In brilliant fashion. Tho atmosphere- was somewhat chilly, "which probably accounted for .he poor attendance, but the contest- ante did not seem to mind tho frosty zephyr In their eagerness to come under the tape- first. Every race was run off on schedule time, and all were finished up by five o'clock Probably the most exciting race was Lhe finish In boyi. Intermediate nubile school, 100 yardi.' This" was hotly" contested In final, Robert Cralgen of Onlbr'elth school winning first over'Dadley Holt of Fleetwood by an Soue 'startling.'. eprlnting records were made, and vhen comparisons are available It will- dc-uBtless he-seen that a few records have been broken. Tha officials of the-'program wish to lhank 'Allen Jack of the' Exhibition Board for so kindly, preparing the grounds, trhloh.vers in perfect- con- dition. The officials present-were: Repre- senting tile school board, Supt. YV. A. R. P. Wallace, B. V. and J. H. Fleet- wood; ministers :'.6f local churches, TCev. A. Q.-Camftron, Hev. Canon Millan, announcer, .and Rev. H'. Cobbledlck. Aid. Aird represented the city, and Sergt. Major. Duncan, who is present v; V. E. Gllnfore acted as starter anc kept the program'post- Lieut. F. C film er, who was the'life of the meet, H; H." Bruce; F. C..Jennings, .-J. E Hodgson; C E; firandow, K. s; gba ver and A. The large representation from tho 'school board Indicates that tha Inter eat in .the event ;hil .been keen for Holt (f'i; 3, John Enter ICi) Time, H 1-5 seconds. Boys Junior High school. 100 yards. J. Qllletple; 2, Dunaworth; 3, Richards. Time 13 1-5. Olris High acliool. (tatlonary ski? 51. Freeburgen Q'. Will- iams: S, K. Hut ton. Boya senior school, 880 yards. F. Bonnell; 2, 0. FullerUra; 3, 0. McKsln. Tlmo 8.87 1-6. Olrls Junior public school, three- iefeed F. Ckoghegan and D. Frache; 2, D. Inman and V. Bennttt; Frache 2, D. Inman and V..Ben- M. Losiu A. 3, Cam Klpsxn Girls Junior high school, fjj and ipoon Young; 2, M. recburger; E. Hutton. Boys jenldr public school. 850 yards Ccoreo McKlllop (Cl; 2, C'lera- enco Plrocli 8, H. Cronihite Time 3.11. Olrls senior high school and sppou F. DuczTrcrtb; 2, il. Young; 3, B. Doitlton. Girls Ictermedlate public tchool. nall-driring Ada Fostw 2, L. HufJ 3, 0. Peacock nelt 3, Dunsworth-and E. Hoys junior public school, running bioad Hidpalh 2, Walt Young Dts- tanco 10 ft. 9 Inches. Girls senior public Echopl.j" nail- driving C-. R. Matson 3. A4a Murray Girls p-jbllc school, skipping yds. Ada Foster 2, 'Cora. Crcnk- blto 3, Jessie Johnston (Fj.. Roys senior public school, 220 yards Gfi-rge McKlllop 2, Howarcl Cr.onkblte 3, Oliver Fullerton', Time, 30 seconds. Girls senior high school, 75 1, Olive Williams'; 2, Jennie .McKay 3, May Richards. Time U secondE. Girls Junior public Dorothy. Frache Elton 8, ilarlorle Bourns; junior high school; 15 1, lira Hutton; 2, M. fteeburger Time 1.0 2-5. Girls public school, stationary skip- Winnie Sellens Cora. :ronkhile 3, Clara BJ'orkblide ,Boys Junior public echool, 220 yards -p Girls stnior public school, and spoon D. Richardson 3, McKlllop 3. C. BJorkblade GIrU high school butball 1. Jennie McKay; 2, M. Frwburger; 3. A K.err. DUtanu, 130 ft 4 InchM. Boys public school rehy' race Jones and 0. Fullerton licKlllop and F. Humphries Boys high school relay Cas- caden, Dunsworth. Robertson. Vase- linak; 2, Price, Sherlock, Hamilton, Parry; 3, Roilion, Fullerton, Grwne, Richards. Boys kindergarten, CO B, Brandow; 2, G. Johntbn; 3, D. Dun- lop. Girls .primary, 50 D. Mer- cer; J, 0. L. Freche. GjrH kindergarten, SC B. McGbwan: Wilson; 3, Burrltt. fjirlt primary, potato G. Rosalne; 2. .M. Buirell; S, L. Frache. Girls kindergarten, potato B. Huff; 2, M. E. Hall- worth. Boys kindergarten, potato O Johnson; 2, T. McKInney; 3, J. Doii- some" llaie." Supt. states llir.t the competition even'keener than( last year, a'condition, which IK accounts for by the Act ifiat fln'lll be announced' later. Fleetv.-ocd carried off the honors last year, and a (lance'over" the ,list of Individual winners .points tjiq tamo-Vs.? this year. Following are the wdnners in the 'ntfferent Hoys Junior public school, 75 yards. W. Watt 2, 0. 3, A. Robertson, (6.) Time, 11 sec. Boys' intermediate public school 100 li'objrt'.Cralgen 2, D. 3, Wade Rldpath Intcrmedlato public Bcbpql, po- tato" Ada Foster 2, Pa- tience Pendle 3, Gladys'Pca- ock Olrls hlsh school relay Eva Hutton, O. Williams, M. Frc'eburger, p. Bolton; 2, Roxie Armstrong, ,ii. Klmraons, F. Dunsworlh, Rich- ards; Voung, E. Young, R. young M. O'Hagan. Boys Intermediate public school 220 Robert Cra.lgeh. (Gl; 2; S. Holt 3, Affred Towle seconds. Boys junior high school, l.'J. Glllesple; 2, L. Dunsworthj-3, R. Richards. Time 31 2-5.- Girls Junior pnbllc-echool, skipping 50 Doiolhy Frache" 2, Viva Elton 3, Winnie Sellens (F) Girls K. Terrlll andyfe. Allan Mur- ray and-H. Keith and N. Robiion Boys senior high school, 1, G. Mckaln; 2, F. J, 011- lles. TIrao 12 tec. Girls jr'nlor Kgh May Richards; 3, M. Ximraona, v Boys junior public high George 2, WadO 3, Chas'.--Pank- hu.rst Helght'3 ft. Boys senior public school, 100 yards George Jones' 3, D. Sydal 12 2-5 second a; Girls junior public school, 50 ghegan 3, Violet fleanctt Time, 8-seconds. Girls public school, 73 Pauline Stickler Robison 3, Ellen Allen Girls senior public school ,75 yards Alice Brown 3, Ada.-Hurray Thomas Time 11 seconds. Boys junior public b'oard Roy Teller Huitoh 3, Lennox Hay Girls public'school baseball .throw-1- Results of -Old. Country .Games Played Today following are the results ol ul.ed.league lootball jaines played to- day, on the grounds of the -first men- ttelaureis! tinned club': FIHST, DIVISIOX .Blackburn KoTeri 3, -Deiby. County .Bolton Wandereis 3, Newcastle Un- ited-1. Bradford; City City Chelsea C. Everton 2, ilauchesfec "Ubilaij, 3, ToUenbara Hotspur Oldtam'A'tHletWJ.'.Bunilcy'l." Sheffield T.ivcrpool 1. Sunderland United 3. West Aston .Villa 0. SECOND DIVISION Bli.iingham 1, Hull City'i; DlacVpo'ol 2. Lincoln City 1. .Bristol 0, '.Wolverhampton Vanderers 0. 'Clapton Orient County'0 Qlossop 2, Bradford 1. Grimsbjr Town Barnsley I. Leeds City 1. Notts Forest- 1, Hiiddersfield Town 1. Stockport County 1, Fulham 3. .Woolwich Arsenal 1. S. Gloucester 8, .Harlcqujns 0. -Swansea is; Devpnport D. .OH.Alleysiana 14, London Irish 5 Cardifi 13, Ilristol 8. New-port 6, pfd Merchant Taylor: Liverpool 42, Birkenhead 3. SOUTIIKRS" LEAQUE 2, Biistol liovtrs 1. Southampton 3, .Plymouth Argyle 3, Wcsthatn Un ited.O. Crystal Palace 0, Swir.don Town 1 Covenlry City2, Cardiff City 3. YYatfotd 0, Kxeter City I. Norwich City Jlillwall Athlefi' Oillingham 0, Portsmouth 1. 'Northampton and Hov South United 1, Queen's Par liangers 3. SCOTTISH LEAQUE Keltic 2, Aberdeen 1. Airdrleonlans 0, Falklrk 0. Hanllton Academicals 1, Clyde J. Hibernians 4, Dundee 1. Morton 0, Rangers 1. Raitti Hovers 0, Hearts ol Mldlolh lan'O. St. Mlrren 4, MotlrtrweH 0. Third Lanark 1, Kilmarnock 1. Partick Th'iille 1, Park 1. KUOBV Blackheath 23, United Servicci 5. Rkhmond 26, London Hospital 3, Roslyn Part 9, London Scotllih 5 BALLISTITE (Densi) A waterproof powdtr of high velocity, ;yet gives (ower breech pressure any powder rcver put into shells. NEW EMP1BE (ftglK) Specially adapted to the Canadian climate: posi. tively will not deieriorate. Uniform, close pattern, very light recoil. fAlLISTME New (MPIRE shell In Specify them tntl fet ENCLAND TO SEND POLO TEA! YorV, Oct. i, ill burn, international p-otulnt, returned from. Europe today on the liner Olym with ths that ihf best Bri (Ish ixilo (earn ever Htn ntre, li'llk ly to the Amerkimi tfcxt In an ft.tort (o resity the Istmxtlon ai cnp. Lord Alhbv St. tiai flnuxcd polo i yrt corns' over here M bum. The Enrllili coiiibfnr th for good; pod jca, and nest JTM teanis will be the best they ere ei we wife (o fcuj, we firrt Lot if (lie bt for'ei, tut if tuieol iltc avrholucdc liappf ccc; ud if, oa tKc the ive to iU do t> (CKU i: 2 ivuc ixLrf -Ruth. HIS advice of England's great critic and essayist, applies with particular; force to tho kind of clothes we sell. We are architects of of sound of'clothing satisfaction. We are ready to .show you. fall fabrics and fitting unmatched in this city. BU McKelyie McGuire RUGBY TODAY Cambridge, Oct. Irongest eleven that Harvard has athered since, the: game 'with Yale last'year, lined up agalnBt Bates in Masts trad-their the Uttle J tho stadium today. Threats, 'of-' a foot bridge' for tho It-was northeast ralnstorta kept down the crowd, but a local band of under- graduates and other football ehtiiis- 13 THE The trouble with imported liquor is that the Grovernment of the export- ing country .doesn't care so long as it is and the" Government of the importing country vise its manufacture.. Royal Reserve .WHisky.. is made in Canada, and is: matured .for eight years in wpod-before, bottling, under ;strict -Goyemmerit as attested by each bottle. ROYAL; RESERVE IS SURE, PURE AND MATURE DEMAND THE BRAND KOYAL DISTILLERY, ;