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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October fl, 1913 THE LETJIBRIIIGE DAILY HERALD Caught on the Fly If Eddie Plank fclanki the Ctants and Chief Bender them over and Baker spills the well, what's run the old game on the run Both National and American leagust completed their schedules yeiterday. The leaden In each re- spective league finished up on Sat- urday. The Olants had the pleaaure ot winning th'tlr lart game, while the Athletic: suffered a dtfijt. Playing a very loow same, all tho way, trre Calglry Tirjors defeated Iht Edmonton Vsnlly Edmonton Sit- urday by a score of 7 to 0. The At- berta evidently tried to adoptvthe style of of the Him- Illon In their attempts to piny a running filltd. and but for the htavy kicking and Williams, the gone back home with Md, Reglni had no difficulty In Ing Ssskitoen on Saturday by the score of 21, to 3 >t Reglna. It was a rough game, ptsyers bslno. constant- ly penalized for scrapping. At mere than one stage progress it one time. Judging by the appearance of the after the .match, Reglna was better it this as well as at playing fcctbaU. The loci men blame Oliver, the Saskatoon cap tain for starting the tictlcs. The Himllton Tigers defeaUd the Argonauts Toronto it the'arnbl tlc-us city Saturdiy by 24 to 14. It thi combined of the Ottawa Alert, Ottiwt and Queens trarr.s which trx M. A. A. A. CALGARY CALLIES DEAI0l.A.fflE- On Saturday afurnooh in EAraooton the Caie- what bad v he4d for five the BcnnfrU Shield, em- blernallc of the KCCK football chanspionsWp ot Alberta. It was a hard otUl: all the but the better team on the play ih.oirn, won the b? tr the Kon ot 2 fotli to nil. Thtt belter- was the Edmonton Calllw. v rage 7 CLABBY OUTFOUGHT SAILOR PETROSKEY Twenty-Round Mill it Seven Pounds Lighter But Fouant Around Kls Opponent San Ktandsco, Oct. i. Jimmr fought linjs ino'JBd Siilor 1'otroskey (ooight, and received the only possible decision at the end 20 rounds. ol INSPECTOR SKELTON Now Chief of Police for Ltthbrldge. VAGUE THREATS OF REBELLION BUT KEEPING WELL WITH- IN THE: LAW London, Oct. offer ot ance from the Winnipeg Orangemen SUFFERED SO MUCH SHE WANTED TO DIE Ctrci Her M Htr TM Joy 01 F.xTERpaiss, OCT. 1st. "Porserenyeiri, I sabered with whit BhjsicUot called a "Water Hypodermics of Morphine had to be giveu liiv the piia. -During one of thne bid ipella, family friend brought i box ol "J'niit- a-lives" to the home. 1 was x> bid it was ooly R-btq. hid UVen nearly two boxes that I begla to experience relief. 1 kept up the treatment, however, and after Uklng atid when I a; friends said ig five boxes, I was cured, j I appeared on the sti etla, cry 1 "The dt id hu come to I ife'' v THE PREFERENTIAL BALLOTS If there are nine- candidates 4-1 for mayor at the coming fife- voter will bate to j mark bis ballot eight times, m different columns, Tepre- v I sight different cboki-3, j or his ballot will be thrown out j as spoiled. I If there arc five candidates thero will to four columns, re- presenting four choices, 011 the ballot and each ot these will have ro be merged. This was the ruling given v by City Solicitor mil at the council meeting today. The and this seemed literally true becuute I quwtioa had been raised by days KO. Tbe ballot Is a pre- one, 10 Ihst there or sent pottpaid on receipt of price br Iv shall bo u many choices on "Fmit-a-tives" are 4old by all dealers Frait-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. SIKUTESIM PROVISION MADE BY C.P.R. TO HANDLE GROWING FREIGHT BUSINESS Within the past month the C.P.U. has added sir of the latest style pounds, asd tlabliy lal.. A cpu.it o the rounds gives all but ulstct which was prominentlr ad- f freight cnsines to (he terminal equip- Sir 10i. and Petroskey one. Tue t ohvcrfistd bm, v.as referred to by Sir merit cf the Lcllibrldge yards. four Kivai CarEon j? his passenger enjints are now .-.j_.j._ A i had the. 13th to In the raking.telt to troskcy's jaw made, ms knees sag, and Ireland for' l.dnaon. T I "Thc soverenieot." iie Jaid, "will stadc. Mva'-- to the city, but these will -uscd to replies (hose now IB -fist: som fmj thc Uirre, which loots to' The heavy increase in the -freight ballot Uiere are com- less one. HeartfeEt Uiankfulnesa to Almighty GcS for the abundant yield or the fnJU of the earth wblch He had voucbEafeti to Western Canada this year, was Ihe keynote of the services A Fine Home For Sale Tils new house ot seven roona, fully modern, gas, fire-ple.ee, .'till bassrawit, sltuatc-d very close in. we will sell at the BEE US AT ONCK. Sai-jrlflce Trice.................iifl.GOO.OO THECASCADENLANDCo. MCDONALD BLOCK, LETHBR10GE WILSON'S NOBLE WORDS After ilgnlug ibe Tariff Bill at Washington President roaSe a Uki He ciM: I fwl a pleasure In f have just done by way or taking part to the completion of a great piece ot Iminsss. li is a 'pleasure la very hard to tipresc In irords which are adequate to express t'nu the fcelbg that I hate Is that we have dene tho ranh" and file of the people of this couatry a great service. It fs hard to speak oa iliese without seeming to go ofl Into campiign eloquence, but that is not my fee .tag. It one Q! profour.d gratitude that working with the epleadM men who carried thli thing through with studious attention and doing Justice all arpuml I should have had pert In ten-Ing the people of this country as we have striving to serve them over since 1 can remember. ''I hare had the accompli slLiueiH of something like thli at heart ever eince 1 wai a boy, and I know men standing around me who can say the same have been waiting to see the things dono which it necessary to do In order that there might te justice ID the United Slates. Ami eo it Is a soltmn moment that such a. to a conclusion and 1 hope I wifi not bo to be demand tug too much of myself'or or my colleagues when I lay that great as It Is the accompllshir.ent of only htlf the frrortt.ey. We have, set the business of Ibta country free from those conditions which have monopoly not only possible, but In a Eense easy and natural. But there la no use Uklcs away the conditions of monopoly, if we do not take away also the fcftver to create monopoly, a ad that la a Soanciai, rather them a. merely clrctimatantlal and economic matter. "So I fee! tonight lite a man who is lodging happily In the Inn -which Ites half way along the Journey and that In the morning with a, fresh Impulse wo shall go the rest of the Journey and sleep at the Journey's end like men with a cor.eeltnce, knowing that we have served our fallow men ar.d bare thereby tried to eerie God." he clinched' head IK lueui in the distance to be a loral; traffic this fall has made thc adds- one in a comparatively .small part tipnal equipment necessary. Freight at SL Cyprian's Parish Church yes- domitiions, will very- crews are working overtime, while terday, on the occasion of the annual harvest, thanksgiving. The church ot Lis K until it permeates erezv the- men in tht shops arc busier than ._ waa well'filled-at the morning SET- fcotball. 3roo. The attendance was about Laiit mil with the Cubs, Frank Chance finished with victorlei Ainst 59 defeats, ft will be tnteretl- Ing to note how Evert to this mark. The queer part of U IB ihat Eviri. Hkt off to. a I ate start through etrly Auguit, but of tatt has been time Cub Tho Trojan hain't much cf a chance to tie the P. L.'s mark, but he will come a good many parasangs closer to it than anyone ever believed he would. JEANEHE BOOSTED HIS REPUTATION the round wis Clabhy's by a wide margin, is had tbe.ahctwMh. citizens across the sea iri other parts the of October. This will add at lnc i. The steel Stirling 'al- itst to mate a hurricane finish, but 26-29. He erophasiEcd thc tact that, -Vclll. They will 'rcniain here until after all, the people or. Uie cities are the case is disposed, of. Messrs; Len- deper.dent for their very existence up- nox and Laing had an interview to- to betray- you. We call up. see tjiat we are not b (Loud i you -fo Iraycd.' HOW AUSTRALIA GETS, IMMIGRANTS army of white hopes." Jeanette was" in whil well a left jab to the face to vantage. The men fo'ight If Connie Mack't ca.tchers throw to the bases as well during the world's cerles as they have during the present American league psnnant race, the Giants'will have a hard time nego- tiating steals. Thc average number of larcenies per game on Lapps, Sorting Co., ac- cording to recent figures, was 1.24, .the Athletic receivers, In 131 contro- versies, having permitted 183 thefts. Eighty-one bases were filched on Jack Schano In 61 on Ira Thorn- AS in 20 games, and two on Harry Davis in one game. Only .four tines this seas'on have th'c opposition succeeded In getting morejhan four stolen bases Iri one. game, and.on each one of those occa- sions the Tall Tacllclin'i twlrlero were fledglings. The day the Mack catchers showed .poorest was on July 4, when the Boston Speed Boys stole eight bases on Lapp' and Thomas. Houck, Wyckoff and .Morey were the Athletic pitchers In those games. Joe Jeanette-'s, reputation -received _ a strong boost whrn' he 'outpointed i Sam Langford at NW-York Friday! '-onrfon, Oct. 8.- The. Stsr niguf. Langford-has-Ior a long time Xealandic, thc .fijcsl- linei'-c'nar- best man iu the joveraraent ot-'Wcstern ring today, "second to Johnson, i.-h- Australia for taking- out emisranis, material ol the-.various. claims of ths Ml Liverpool .on Saturday jwith j 100. passengers. The cost to the _....._ ___ __ condition, is estimated at lile'.Ms opponent.rdld'not appear as !P? thc differencs between the amount ...11'trained. Jeaniette outboxcd emigrants and full fares. man in tbe first three rounds, using I good BROOMHALLV'CABLE at' Liverpool.. Got Whoat opened on heaviness In American 'wllk undtTtoae Thei close range at times and each suffer- [lower- ed severe body punishment. In the fourth Langford showed at il'rge world's shipments upon bis best. Heavy ilghls and lells to "be contribution from.Russia arid Am- 'Jcaunette, forc'nj erica und .the pressure of second-hand Jeanpelte begM to Manltobas, with conUnued free Rus- Urge jut strong blows. to the toJy .he round to an even break wbea' Jeannctie was again forced to bold o aToid l.angford's exertions began1 to tell on him in the suth round.-anri in zn effort fo bring the contest to a quick close to avoid a loss on points, tried hard to send his right arm over Hiiim- Friday, was an unfortunate day for {he Philadelphia 'champions': -''unfort- unate because ,the weather was too cold and bjustery for their pitchers to a good tuning up fo? the world's ssrlesr'tnd unfortunate because Orr, the first substitute Infl.ldtr, had his right hand broken. Philadelphia won the first game, 13 to 10, iiid New Yeck tho second, which was csiied on ac- count of dirknecs, at the end of the sixth fnnlnj, 2 to 1. prr's received In'the when lie touched out Hartzell, who tried lo'steal third in the fourth Inning. Hartzell's (pikes were driven Into Ott'i and one of the bines fractured. This was the second tecl- dent, of'the series with New York, Catcher fichang'havlng his hand hurt by a foul tip on Thursday, but. the in- jury Fs not thought to be serious, Northern Overalls and Shirts and Nortlxm lAnM And room kill t 'orge ahead again in tlic nest round, ight to the jaw. Jeanneltc's clover' foot- work enabled him to keep away. The fight was less rough than thp last engagement of the two men in this city. In the first._ round Jranncttc slipped to the floor, but was up im- mediately. sian offerings, and the decline in Am- erican grades of spot here, caused profit taking. The weakness :ln coorae grains and tho conllnued large Amer- ican and Cjradlan receipts Is having llieEr effect on sentiment, v Tlio de- waa checked by tho ntlne official acreasc, and'mariy reports of growing cbn- ditions there. Tbe official acreage In tho Argen- tine is pkced at acres, ag- year. The acre- age sown lo oate is placed against last The world's shipment of-'wheat IB computed at bushels. SCOTTISH FOOTBALL lMjow, Oct. are the results of the Scoltlsh leaguo football garae.5 played today: Dundee V Kalklrk i. Haifh Hovers 1, Alrdrleonians 1. (Continued From Front Page) respectfully to a our present City Council or our Police con- tlnue ths preserir'morai-policy; We bellere that anj-'TCtrograde or open- town policy would be disastrous; 'to of. respectable, emi- grants and a manace to the best in- terests of Uie city. Y- alto ask that Inspector Skel" ton'he'appointed to the position ;of Chief of Police, as xre believe he has the' confidence of .majority of citizens. "As the elected representatives of the cHr. we trust you will respond to our-respectful and earnest request." ..Chiefs Resignation 7-Ciilef Davis1 resignation was read at'-the meeting. He- ashed that It take effect October 31, and recom- mended Inspector Stelton as hli1 suc- cessor, Bfating that Uie Inspector's qualifications and nbilitr were such as sliopld entitle him to the council's consideration when the appointment being rhade. Inspector Skelton's application was also received and. read at today's meeting. Ottawa, Ont., Oct. a final el-iquite probable not before fort to have Charles Gibson, oi wljlch prcEehti iUelf .-Ice, and-la.Uie .evening there was onto, escape the Callows, Herbert ir, case u! Gibson it has hardly a vacant seaL [Lennox, K.C., and Rev. Mr. r.avng, been decided that the law In the morning the Rector, Canoa arrived in Ottawa this morning and j should fake its course. In virir ot McMillen preached an Inspiring ELT- will be joined this evening by Sic-the largely signed petitions praying mon, taking as bis test SL Mark Iv.: :Henry Pellatt, and Kev. John the cicrcise of clemency, .hW- ever, the matter will be gone into aeain. "There will be a riot in Toronto on the 'efforts of the farming nopula- 'day with the premier and Hoii. il Gibson is hanged, declared Mr. Len- tion, and urged upon the congregation I1- White, aud went over Iba ('I have in my possession pett- thelr palpable duty in the sending of' dcnce. There will not be a decision lions with exactly signatures the Gospel into th'u lonely places of! before this evening, in any event, ani anil more arc on the way." bur prairies. In tne evening, the Rector again as bis teil the first two verses ot Psalm clll. In this dis- course, which held Ihe close attention of his auditors throughout, Canoa Mo-Millaa briefly surveyed tho many reasons for which as a city; Canada, and the British Em- pire generally had to bo thankful dur- the year. He Irilely referred lo the inerly of ibis town, Is spending a few days here. Quiet a number of people from this town spent lest Thursday in Ptncher Creek. CRANBEOOK Cranbrook, U. C., .Oct." n. Mrs. 1L f. Rutherford and 'daughter, Miss Ruth- fact that while financial stringency" of N-r, atc visiting wilh hid been quoted until the phrase was jlr. and .Mrs. Wasson. threadbare, the trade of Oa- Tlic of'J. M. Ag- _.- nada of the United Kingdom had new, ol KIVo, is at .the Cottage hos- Hughie's Opinion on Series Jiughey Jcnnlogs, manaser of the Detroit says of the world's championship games; 'The worM'i flcrlts this year between tht- N'ew York' Giants and tbe Phlltdelphia Ath- fetlcj will rcaolyo 'itself into n test of batting against pllcblng. Tiie betting sbould be even, and tho it's n Thcrp is no denying tfie fact that Connie Hack hius a bunch of shiners at his command, but I do not believe that his pitchers will show, the class. On the other hand, the Arh- lollcs will be up against Mnlhb'R-son, Tenft-au nod JJenarce, twlrlcr-i who are apt to cause Uiem n whole lot of trouble. I rcftlly boiieve that the hlg games will be close and bitterly TAKE 3ANTA ROSA. Tex., Oct. Rofa, defended by n fope of rebals has been taken by federals after several siege, according to rles- pntchcs here. Tho rnessagea say that. Ihe falrr.il> the (own last, night nnd after fierce flghling'the" rebels re- treated Meat is Bad For Kidneys TAKE SALTS AT FIRST'SIGN OF BLADDER IRRITATION OR BACKACHE Eating nKat regularly eventually produces kidney trouble in form or other, a well Vnown'-aAithorlljr, uccause the uric ;dd In meKt excites tho kidneys, tney 'uocome overworked; get sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of particularly back- acho and'raUery In the Xjdney. re- gion; rhounullc twinges, severe head- aches acid stomach, constipation, iorr liver, fleeplcesncss, bladder and urinary Irritation. The moment your back' hurts or kidneys aren't acting right, or If blad- der bothcri you, get about ounces of ,Tad Salts from any good' pharm- acy; tako a tablcspponful fn" a glass of w.itr-r before breakfast a few days and your kldncyt wlll'thta'act flue. This famous salts is i.iido from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with iithia; arid'haa'been- iifed for goncratlons to flush clogged' kidneys and stimulate them to'nor- mal also to neutralize-the acids In the urine so It no longer Irri- tates, thus ending bladder disorders: .Tad Fairs cnnnot Injure' anyone; a delightful effervescent waier drink- which mllllonj of men and women take nnd 'thin to keep thc kldneya Mil urinary'organs clean, thus avoiJInz fcrlotis -kldner 1r.crea65d greatly during the year. pjta] here with 'typhoid lever. 'Too many oi our business and com-, j sir. Wiitciy, of Wardnpr, who has me-.-clil he said, "a-ere prone to been confined to the hospital here for forget Ihe help Providence in ma- several months suffering from cancer (erlal affairs, but I believe the pre- of the'leg, has sufficiently recovered vlous ma or three years' ecardly has lo be able lo return to the homa of done, a great deal towards bringing his daughter, Mrs.'K..-IV. Burgess, ot he business' men of .the country to a Wardr.'cr. realisation of the fact that the hand Dr. Macktnnon and J.rlncipal of snuarc dealing la busi- Special 'rriuslii was giveiT at both" services, .the rendering of which re- 'lecled great credit' on the choir, and ta enthusiastic arid'capable conduct- or, R. G. Straker.' At the'close of the. evening service an informal EOflg-Eerrlcc was held in tho Parish rooni, when about fifty members 'of the congregation enjoyed singing a few of the old, familiar hymns. This feature promises lo bo ing. of much help-in'furlhering tho com- munity Rplrlt, which 3s already so chamxtcTlatie of-St Cyprian's. Tonight, ai eight o'clock, Ibe Angli- can -Young reople'8 anoclallon of the church re-organize Tor the season. The meeting 'will be held in the Par- ish room! Klko for a few days. The Uar.d of Itapejicld a juccesMul for their niErniiers Saturday afternoon. -The Women's Institute will Wet at Carmen's. Hall Tutstlay affernbcn neTt. On Vrldsy evening'at'the place demonslratioris ol icings 'and decorations of Christinas caic will be given. Her. Mr. of Edmonton, sec- retary of tho People's Society and Sabbath schools, in Knox church Tuesday, even N'ew York. 6cL 4.Arthur S. Hughes, of Portrthe, Mont., U under arrest here, charged with a conspiracy with b.is wife arid a man named Elliott to' uufinud Uio Montana Life Insuranco Co. of ISOOO on his life. Tho two COWLEY Cowlcy, Oct Mcr' rison and three children returned home on Monday last after a three months'; visit vto- friends In Nova Scotiai. r Sir. R. YonngiWOB a welcome visitor to (own last weei as gitest of hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Young. others aro Montana, reported as arrested In are good for children bcca-iM tiiej- pleasant lo take, gentle in action, do not irritate tbs nor develop need for coolinual or increased .'dotes.'. JJC. boi, at jour Druggist's. 3 And 177 CATTLE MARKET UNCHANGED -Liverpool, Oct. Bpvane> Co, rer-oTt the cattle market as un cbanged. OF DYSPEPSIA We are continually from' grateful- people who have hid expeii- like that of Miss Alice 13. of Niagara 1'ills, who wrtta: wish to express my gratrtode you for the benefit I received from yonf most wonderful Tiblets.'- taken other niedicihrs without liaring received tbf I beard of your >Ta-Dru-Co TabltUind Ibouf hi I Would givt then. trial; I have been''eoaipletelT cured of dyspepsia. [oarmManjogetrc-ubledwill to give them a fair trial." five the Immediate relief from b'jrn, flatulence, acidity of the stoicaxh. aud bil lousn ess, which Issomuch Beeeted, bitt if taken, regularly for a few dtji or tveeVs thej completely cure tke nost' cases of stosisbh trouble.; for joe. you eta get s. box horn your druggist, Why go on svffeziag? Nilbnsl and' Cheniietl Co. oi ConarU. Limited, MoritreaL Mrs..1 Brecicenridge, of Pinchcr Creek, was'in lown on Monday-last wlih a great display at fall mllllnep-. Mr. J, Kean has spent ibe last two weeks In Spokane, Seattle, and other is expected home at any time, Mr. Hurlon Robinson, .of Magrntb, has spent the week-end In our midst. -Miss. Mary Parker, who baa been seriously 'ill, Is, we are pleased to, hear, regaining health, and is now i going around. J. Qov loft (or Calgiry to spend a week there. Ed. Oroves and little dsughtcr, Rhone, spent Mo'ndoy In lonn. Mr. Lelhbrldge, has slarted up ft butcher flhop In Mr, Nap Gyro's old stand, which will bo much appreciated. .-Miss''Jones is visiting Miss Mc- Mllilhg. j 'Sir, AJHtX Mcklvps, of Carjary, for- rom us Tr.e most modern sanitary In' the provJncc--so say. others. A pHOf4E MESSAGE WILL BRtNO US Rural 114 ItcostsfnGneytG talk to you BUT WE HAVE SOMETHING IMPORTANT TO TO'r OUR 1NTERES.T YOURS TO BE ABIE TO SUPPLY YOU WITH PURE MILK AND GREAM GUARANTEE TO PLBA8E YOU. ;