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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE! THREE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD M'EDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915 TORTURED BY Sunday School Supt, Tells How "Fruit-a-tives" Relieved ToKojtTo, OKI.-, Oct. 1st, "I have lived In this city for more thnu 12 yours and am ivoH known. J. suffered from Khcumatismt especially In my hands. I spent a lot of money without any good results. I have lukeii "Fniit-ii-lives" for 13 mouths wow and am pleased to tell you that f.am well, All the enliirgeine.nt has not left my liands, and perhaps novor the Bororiess IB alt gone and I can do nny kind of work. I have gained 33 pounds iu eighteen mouths." K. A. "VVAUGII. fiOc. a box, G for trial size 2oc. A tali dealers or directory m Fruil-ii-tiYC'3 Limited, Ottawa. NORWAY WOMAN TAKES ANOTHER TENNIS TROPHY Boston, Mass., Oct. Moila Bjurstedt of Norway, woman's na- tional lawn tennis champion, added ticiket office wi'il another cup to her col'iection n" a.m. until ever NO PUSLIC SALE OF MIS SEATING CAPACITY OF PHILA- DELPHIA PARK INCREASED TO 21-000 day when she defeated iJIss Edith Rotch of Boston in the challenge match for the Longwood cup, In the finals for the doubles, which brought the tournament to a close, 3Hss Bjurstedt paired with Miss Ann Sheaf e, lost to Mrs. w. Wightman, a former national titleholder, and Miss Eleauora Sears, Miss Bjurstedt plans to leave for fian Francisco next 'Wednesday, where she expects to meet Mrs. Thomas C. Bundy, who, as Miss May Button, was national champion in 1004. Eat Like a Boy Let Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Assist Your Stomach Whenever It Needs Help. They Are Safe and Sure. A Trial Package Free To All. 1C you really want your old-time toy appetite to return to you once more, form the. practice of eating a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal. Results -will astound you. Philadelphia, Oct. familiar sci'iiu in connection with the big ser- ies wi'il bo lacking here this season. Tlio-Phillies' nmnagomeiit has announ- ced there will he no sale of tickets. The long line which usua'ily formed two and sometimes three dayn advance of the opening game to purchase ueats, will be missing. Despite the uimonncement lliat them will be no public sa'ie of reserv- ed scats, the tans who neglected to make application by mail, took a measure oC encouragement, from the fact that they stand a, clumcn uf Boeing the games 1'rpiu the bleachers. Some 8000 tickets i'or the -bleachers ivill be disposed of.at the park at pub- lic sale on tbe day of each same. The remain open from ticket is sold, the i the management announced, either bleachers or on Hit stands. Additional bleachers have been con-1 strutted with u edacity of about I PRESIDENT WILL 'SEE GAME Will Occupy Box in Philadelphia Stand Saturday Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. dent Wilson will the PluMies and tub lied Sox battle for the world's baseball title next Satur- day at the second game of the big series to be at National lea- gue nark here. The President and a small party of friends will view tbe gaum from a box on the right field Hide of the grandstand, near the home players' bench. Mr, Wilson has invited to. the games in this city about two weoks ago by President William V. Bak- er of the Philadelphia club, and an acceptance was received last week. Mr. Halter made no anouncement of this fact, however, until today, preferring the information to conie from Washington first. There is a possibility that sever- members of the president's cab- inet wi'il accompany the President. GROVER ALEXANDER Philadelphia's celebrated pitcher, who is doped generally to prove the hero of the world's series. With "Smoky" Joe Wood in doubtful con- dition, Alexander's wonderful ability in the minds of many followers of tbe game gives the Phillies au edge over the Boston Red Sox, QB ULLEGEO PROS. WINNIPEG SCOTTISH OF LOSING CANADIAN AM- ATEUR TITLE The reason a Stuart's 'Dyspepsia is powerful enough to digest your next meal is (because it Is com- posed of .those which, a .weak- ened digestive system lacks. If ail tlio stomach- sufferers who have been'relieved of their misery by Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets could be gathered, together into -one -column they1 would 'make a tremendous and bappy Join--this army, now by getting a 50e box from any druggist iby sending below coupon, FREE TRIAL COUPON F, A, Stuart Co., 204 Stuart Marshall, Mich., send me at once a .free trial package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Name Street Clt; _______State Toronto, Oct. soccer pcrts are again in trouble in the west and Secretary Spencer, of the Domin- ion Association received tbe fo'ilowinj telegram last night from President Butterworlh of the Western United Club, of Winnipeg: "Hold.'Connaiiglil Cup medals, Win- nipeg Scottish declared professionals. Date-of becoming .professional not yet determined. (Matter will be decid- ed at next, meeting of Manitoba Foot- ball Association. Following the telegram conies a despatch from Winnipeg to the effect that both Winnipeg Scottish and Wes- .cm United have been declared, pro- fessionals by the Winnipeg- arid Dist- rict Association, who have passed ,hoir finding, on to the Manitoba As sociation for further consideration. Tt is alleged that one Bowyer, play- id for Weston United .and that said Bowyer was the paid trainer of the England team in au international ;ame against Scotland and Ire'iand. That contaminated all of the teams n the Manitoba Association. Winnipeg Scottish came to Toronto and beat Lancashires in the Con- naught Cup final. Lancashires had previously eliminated Grand Trunks, of-Montreal. Since their return to Winnipeg1 with, the national title dang- ling to their bells, the Scottish team have been beaten three times by Wes- ton United. The Lancashires wilV now lay claim to the Connaught Gun and medals. The 'latter have been 'cast and were all for shipment tu uimijug Scottish except that the names and dale had notrbefen engraved, upon them. Secretary. Spencer of th'e ;D. A. has the medals in his' posses- sion do nothing further with them until .the ivhole'iuatter has been th'reshed out. LEAGUE CHAMPIONS FOR THE YEAR National American Federal American Minneapolis; Blue Kiilge Canadian Central Central Colonial Flag Georgia-Alabama International Interstate jNebraska State New England N7. V. State gh amp tori, North Carolina Northern Ohio. State South Atlantic Columbus. Southern Orleans. Texas Waco. Thrcs-I Twin State Leaguer-Newport, N.H. Virginia State Mi; Western Western Jloines. Whets "the appetite Relieves thirst Improves digestion Gives solace V isw Lightens labor "1 Economical in cost Yields great benefit Smokers' friend ALL GAMES -POSTPONED .j New York, N.Y., Oct. baseball games scheduled 10- day were postponed on account of rain. Two games tomorrow. FEDERAL'S -ANNUAL CHALLENGE President Weeghman sends Dcfi to The National Commission Chicago, Oct. H. ,Weegh- nan, president of- the' Federal Lea- ue Chicago club, which won the pen- lant yesterday, telegraphed to the Na- .ional Baseball Commission. challeng ng the winner of tbe series between ioston Americans arid- the phia Nationals for the championship if the world. CLARKE THINKS GROVER CAN -TURN THE TRICK H. MAYER Successor to J. B. Renter, 120 Fifth Street South Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 665 Notice to Our Patrons: At we to pay cash our purchasec, we arc forceti to from our Out-of-town orders, cath order Beer, pci case 2 Beer, pci 2 Pints Export Bcerj rase 2 iloz Quarts. Beer, per ease 2 dox. Tints Pittsburff Oct 4-pAIinager Fien Clirkp of the Pittsbure Pirates had this to say of the world's aeries to- daj In tbe short series the pitching is the keystone of both- offense 'and defense, and one man can generally pull his feam through if lie is in .form. Alexander, to my mind, is bv'far the best pitcher in the country today; and if Pat Moran can afford to rest him up before the series begins without let- get stale, he will .come across with a victory every other day. Here are ,n few mots ancnl tlie i woil.d's baseball series which dent fans should ktep in, mind Schedule of Games Boston at Philadelphia, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8th and 9th. I Philadelphia at Iloston, Monday and I Tuesday, Oct. IHh ami 12th. Boston at Philadelphia if fifth game is necessary. Philudelphia at Boston if 6th game is necessary. Place of seventh game if necessary Id be. decided by toss of a coin. In case of ties or postponements games will be played oi? on the fol- lowing day in the city originally scheduled, and all succeeding games will bo put forward. AU games start i at 2 p.m. In .ordi-r win, one team must take four games. Division of Receipts Players gel GO per cent, of gross receipts of first four games after 10 per cent, has been deducted for Na- tional Commission, the players'.share is divided again, 00 per cent, to win- ling team and 40 per cent, to los- ing team. The remaining ifo per cent, of. first fquxljwmcs1 receipts is- di- vided equally.between club managers. After the first four games the clubs gat all of the receipts after 10 per cent, has "been taken by the National Commission, The Umpires i National Klem and i lharles Higlcr. I American League1-William Evans and Frank (Silk) O Longhlni EC 'PERFORMERS 1NSTAL A CRO.OKED CALGARY GUM MACHINE.IN OFFICE Winnipeg, Oct. gum machine has been installed in the. offices of the Service council. It's a 'crooked" machine, is "to saj-, it is plugged, and, no matter how yo.ii' play the thing, you'll nev er get the two high numbers. The Social Service council imported it from Calgary, and Rev. J. Mac- Lean declares there are a score of machines or similar make in Win- in peg. The machine is stripped of its outside allurements so that the plugs are visible. The.se plugs can be at- tached to any number desired, or not used at all. Separators Scarce in Burdett District delicious flavors MADE IN CANADA sealed air-tight Alberta to Supply Gas to Winnipeg Oct. Only of the cubic feet of na- tural the Burdett, the-'R. C Oct.. members of congregation here arc en- BLADDER relieved In 94HOURS deaVoring to raise ftinrfs for tbe pur- bf building a church The} in tend to have a dance on Friday uight Thresmng in this district has> re- ceived another serious setback owing' to the severe rain storms and cold winds which were prevalent on Fri- day last. The .problem of scarcity of outfits has not heen jSjndicate bring to ixmutjc., for consumption 'would come from' central Manitoba, and the rest would! he brought from Ubeua accoidmg to the latest facts about the concern the city .council last night. The previous offer said that the entire quantity might he avail- able in the "province. Under the.new scheme. Swift Our-! .....___jw .._ rent Jaw Kegina and Bian jture by asking at drug store for SAGE AND SULPHUR DARKENS GRAY HAIR It's Grandmother's Recipe to fliftore Color, Gloss and Thickness. Hair that loses its color and lustre, or when it fades, turns gray, dull and lifeless, is caused :by.a lack of sul- phur in the hair. Our grandmother made up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to keep' hair dark and beautiful, and thousands of women and men who value that even color, that .beautiful dark ahade of hair which is so attractive, use only this old-time recipe. Novadajs we get tin famous mn would be supplied. The syndicate' offers to mstal pipes, paialltl to tnciSn iO-cent pottle of "Wyeth's'Sage and ipliur .which darkens solved compl tints are coming in of threshing outfits that hayo be3n in operation all season, ha- The syndicate wants the same rng held up for the: want of gasoline. J rights as those nou held by the department of the- Winnipeg -Elcctri Railway company existing water main" and tbe cifcv the hair so naturalh so that engineer vioulii oi tilt can possibly tell It has been it doing The gas> proMdeu would cost the citizens forty cents per cu- bir foot instLail of merel} twentj five cents if it were only to the limits is previoiish proposed stops scalp itching and falling You just dampen a sponge or The name of the proprietor of the new meat store is .Gco. Lomas, not Lumas as reported Harvest Thanksgiving will he held 'in the Anglican church on Sunday 47th inst. A brother of 'Mrs. Gco. Johnston has cnHsted in the overseas forces A -'notice has been posted up in Mr. Johnston's store to the that air men of' the 50ch Battalion on leave, were to report to Sarceecamp immbdiaiel} The usual weekly mcgting of the Soldiers' ;Aid was'held at Mrs. Rob- inson's., The entertainment committee of the sonetj IE. organizing a dance to be hi'd on 'Ihankbgiung night inst SHOULDN'T' PUBLI18H FIGURES Alta pet of the factors which may be .influential in keeping wheat prices at their present low level is tho .practice of the Domin- ion government in announcing figures oF the gran11 m at the different "nfe elevators, at the great grain con io% Biirh as Tort and Port Artluil and ai other points, is the be icf of P P secretary of he United.Farmers of Alberta. These show jutt how much wheat ada has and must-sell at all times, i Mr Woodbridge's opinion DR. CLARK'S SON I A, Ottawa, Oct. LIEUTENANT was an- nounced by-the- Minister ot Militia to- night that-Private Arthur Clark of the Princess Patricias .has been granted a nontenant's commission. Lieut: Clark Is a son "of Dr, .Michael Clark, JT.P. for KediDeer, and has been continu- ously in service with his regiment ever since it left Ottawa over a year ago. HP. is one of a dOKSa men of the or- iginal force who came" unscathed all through tbe many .'battles in Princess Patricias have been engaged. The regiment wili be shortly gazet- ted as a part of the Canadian divisions now at the front. MAYOR OF WINNIPEG ENLISTS IN HOME GUARD Winnipeg Oct 2 pio mincnt WInnipeggers, among whom was Mayor Waugh .and Controllers Widwinter and Cockhnrn, enro'iied to- night as privates In oE the Plome Guard, when H meeting was ield to secure recruits Cor home do- cncc. applied. it takes off Dan- druff, hair. soft -brush with it and draw' this through your hair., taking one small strand at a time. 'By morning the hair disappears but w hat de lights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and, Sulphur is that, 'besides oeauti fully darkening the hair after a few. applications, it also brings back, the gloss nncl lustre and gives it au ap- pearance of abundance, both am Co., Limited; Advertisement D Higm JCAN CHURCH ixoiE FROS.T PAGE) It is non proposed, although the proposal w as not accepted unaai- inouslv to form a social council in the church which will have the direction of the general policv regarding social reforms This policr, has bctn adopted along broad lines Regarding the controversy over inclusion ol the second verse of the National Anthem, that though made much of it, amounted to little Canon McMillan newspapers the controversy There was suggcstion whatever that those who opposed the inclusion of the versa entertained pro German thoughts or ideas but their opposition was spired merely by the feeling that tbe words of the second verse did not, esr- press ,i trulj Christian spirit The upper house of the however, to include the verse lor use m war tune deeming that the of, the verse taken in the correct aeoj< were quite proper Canon McMillen state 1 tbat the growth oi the prohibition sentiment throughout Ontario was most mark cd, anil that the geneial opinion in that proMncc was that a on the question todav would result in a torj lor prohibition OP CANADA A VataiMe Feitare JMH ACCMM opened with the Union Bank of Canada in tho names of two persona, Is that if one dies the family funds are not tledvp just when they are likely to be mpst needed survivor can withdraw the money without dahy m formality Think it open a Joint Account LETHBRIDOK BRANCH -OB. TINNINO GRASSY LAKE BRANCH H. I 1ANM, AXtnf ;