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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday.-October 11. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 tandem. OCL new plan partd by the English Amateur AMCKlttloB for the of English athletes for lUe Hirnfi at Berlin In 1916 fcas atlracteO favorable comment Iwth at homo an'" abroaij. It la proposed to create Int arid enthusiasm In track and floW iporlB In all srados o! competl lots from the EChool toy lo the club eitilete- A systematic series of champ lonthlp games at etnadard metric dlst nnces ts planned, beginning with pub lie school championship and conlinu (HE through every classification Kiijdtsh athletics up to tho naliona champlonBbli'3. The programme includes: Pub! fcrhool tlie ai> jiroval and co-operation of the hea masters, and a committee from th to accept entries and to man CEO too meellnKs. County inko place In counllc Ti-liere (her do not at present exist a metric, distances. Trlansular Olyrap contest tjelwee Scotland and Ireland at w lie distances. 'Olympic Held Kveiit: To Include these In tue Amateur At Hie Association Championships, and introduce such fleld events which are not at" present included, ai'.U. if vcistile, arrange for a U'o- clays' Scratch assist afnUalcil Kith prizes, provided they in- approved scratch races at-met- ric distances 1ii their programme. Such .races to'Include scratch races 1913 and 13H for novices open to competitors who have never won a luize in athletics, ordinary, school competitions not to co-jnl. A serien of c-omheiitlons at distances anil' rvc-uls-td: be called Olympic novice vriais. The, events level, and LOADED "LEADER" The First Choice Of Wild Fowl Shooters Wild-fowling is a severe test of the shooting qual- ities of a "shotgun shelL Many shots are at long' range and, as al! shooters know, ducks and geese fly fast. The most successful wild fowl shooters use and endorse Winchester Loaded "Leader" sheila. .They have the desired speed, range, pattern and penetration, and are thoroughly waterproofed. A trial will con- vince you that they are the killing- loads. They are loaded with all desirable brands and quantities of powder and sizes and weights of shot. All dealers keep them. Be sure to get the W brand. TKADE MMRJl MADE BY THE MAKERS OF THE FAMOUS WINCHESTER GUNS. Duty Must be Taken Off More Than Wheat Toronto, Oct. Far-reaching trade condition! n-ilh the .United (Slatef, to the beasflt of both coanlrief. are hoped for br butlneii lotfrwts of Toronto and the weit. contended by local Uriff txperti, however. Uial reaoval ol Uie wheat duty nloae. by Canadft. will not secure-free entry of Canadian wheat ,o the Btitw.1 duty muit contend, be removed on the by- products of wheat. Clause 616 in the tew Wilton UrlS dealing >'lth the fwmifrvalllna duty on i-beat, ts worded la ambiguous but a close analysis of it would aec-m to make 11 Canada would not only have to remove the duty on wheat, but on ajl producti. lie duty on Canadian wheat alone would Ixs reaoTel. Tht u It appnis on the amended measure, elgned by President Wilsop, reads as "Whtat, flour, and oliw wheel products, provided that -wtnal shall bs iabject to i 4'itr ol cents per bushel, that flour fhail bo eutyect'to duty ol celts per barrel o! 136 pounds, and temollna other product ol wheat ten per cintum ad valorem jvLen entered directly or In- dlrectlv Iron co'Jcto'. dependency, or oUw subdivision -Khtch Imposes a duly on 'i-heat or vteat flour or jemollna or a.ny other product ol wheat 1m- pprlftd from the United SUtei." Would Have Qt> Further. "From this It would teem that Canada would bave lo remore Its duty on wheat products M well ai wheat before the United States duty on Canadian wheat would removed." said an authority on tariff questions today. "This Is a point which see OIB not to have been made clear. It has been generally thought tliat if Canada reinored the duty on vrheal, the United Slatehe; question--of-- training ihe A: A. A. ofttcialB have ___ imunred that the'question of training forty-seven nail "Greater New II.-.E .Seen considered at length, .and It and Philadelphia are agreed thil iicrepsary Arnorlran cliies which-con- niFnts phonld be made INI LAIESI for central Stained more people thaw: that; at Uie In l.or.tlon and other centers, hast census, and there are n lot of us never have n 5 .much as Manchester. Rinnlngliatq, Car- and ".Newcastle, v.-htre an official a.dvtppr would Ira elf1 at" a-.s'el" hour to.' artvlse and help approved athletes. _ It r.-as' Jecid- coin RB. The [icriod of selected out ot ali ihn woriil's series thai have beon played-in' the-gatne's history merely to roahe a showing, but tccanse prenous to.190o there was no infcvmatlbu ce; _ airo In provide of fnr nvpnts. at various centers: to hold Olymnlc trials In 1515 and to ursrc every nmHalcd club or pennitted Ither'fttiendauw or receipts. 1-orlv.Jo include a field event In their j _; In order to fncpurage R of athletes Jo. better time and distances iho A. A. A. profQEeP to -award standard medjls. rnld. f'lver, and bronze to athletes lirating ?tnnflards to he filed for all ?crp.tcli and flfld events, for eacii hold more tban one rnedal one distance. With (lie contest of 190E -between he Ailelbics'nnrl the Giants toe nat- ional commission t.oafc rharg'e world's' series and gave full publicity to all tiie delails. moreover there wag chance that the either for that of last fall was Tho prices of seats iiave'been is the detn'and Tor inadequate spaco For so that last fall the'average "-nearly 32 for1 each admisiox-' was that li 1005. r the ahrfj. .Cubs played.Vdr bunting, in isipp Chicago with .Epraf help from outside, turned put SP.S55 see them battle, Therd were "six "ganfes1 fn that series the average pEr.gamo did not Increase. With higher-prices prevailing than :in.l90a'" the gross fo- oT the Chicago aeries' reached ;105.550, and It never has been below he etx mark since except in .he second .battle between 'Cubs'.and Detroit, in IOCS. -ai acount .of the of Detiroit's ball park and the way In the Cubs 'devoured'the' Tigers in thG two series ot.1007 and 1908, there was a marked falling off In both aitendance and recelpta.tbbso "years, water mark belrig'reachedJn'iQpS when the total turnstile count'was on- ly for five games, and celpts fell to 3ut There was Much Massacr- ing and Many Executions Pefcin, Oct. The latctt revolu- llor. '.A China, which had for Us ob- ject the punSsbment of President Yuan Sbl Kal, because of his alleged uncon- stitutional methods ot govecn- ment, saw very little actual fight- Ing." There was much massacring nad oaany executionsj but the ceEea where encounters amounted to anything imore than skirmishing rare. On the contrary, the cam- paign WSB conducted In the, manner so often -defended by the .Chinese, tbat it is cheaper and less-bloody .to buy over -hostile elements than .to attempt to "defeat them: with eipen- alve ammunition at thg cost of many wa-jred the northern com- zanders aprarenG? r-s'dved Instruc- tions to pay o-jt no more mortey, but to fight. Especially has this been tho case at Nanking, where the rebel j selected wools. troops stood out remarkable bravery for the fulfillment of their monetary doraandB. f The Secret y of correct dressing is snug- fitfing unJaictar. Besides improving the look of one's older garments it assures the'ufrnosf in comfort while giving one (he satisfaction of being weli-drezsed from the skin out. Penmans Underwear Is I actually knit to with mechanical precision to fit the varing types of men, women and to retain its from the The tniiitary attaches left the LIKES CHANCE'S 'TEAM. I Jimmy Callahan, manager of the the looks 'of Frank BUI Bind Rolllc Zel- rtT is gelling back Into goort pare "for he is a fine pfay- r-r. and will prove That Chftnco waan't (iclribricked when the Pecrleas leader save.up In exchange. .PecVin- pnnjch find Keirter v.UK make a.crick- tnj; good comhlnalion around second ha HP nest isuon. Chance is going In bave'a'ftut team. tcElh such spocd- us MftlUBl, WhUetnAti, .Oilbooler to bunk on., We found and the Waehlngtona much easier to defeat than'the Yan- kees on our reretil visit Lo Ts'ew York.11 attendance or r.cceipia, were swelled because the representatives iitto'ivil commission had to dig tip the roin'from every person they said went hrough There has been considerable growth n tho to tercel Iri world's B pries since- Pfi5. The aggregate altendancri 'all wns 91.G33. .In 1912 the total tendance was but all that big difference Is deceptive in 'measure. Tho battle of 1905 lasted only "five games before the Giants won four of them, while fall It required eight games. Including B drawl for Boston's Red SOJE to win four victories. Yet, allowing for the three extra combats, the inc-Teast-d Interest indicated by the figures is Instructive, The receipts show an GYPJI greater The year turn and it has been swelling ever: since; Seven games were -played-, between Jetrok and'. Pittsburgh, the time hat uumber of battles has been re- tnired. The victors, you otnember. In the 7ubs and Athletics required only fire rames to settle -their rftror of Uie Alhletlcs-VsQ. that? the figures, for the series slightly reduced, but tlie aTerage per 10 wae higher In 1910 than In 190IV Tlie alx game argument which Athlotlci 'ivori from Me G raw's men in 1 surpassed the seven game series of Wu9 andjast ycur wllh 'Its "eight games set a record which prqbabl.y will stand for a unless the Ipnglh of' the worlcTc "series in- creasc'1, In the eight years under ihe present arrangement .of poil season affairs tliQ players of the competing teams legations herejat the outbreak of the rebellion, returning to Pe- %1n and foregoing result1 of the obscrrailojis. They wilnessed some interesting events in the Yang- tze Valley. learned notWng" new or way of cqnEeneus of the foreign I'ekin is "that the Chinese army a-.nghting-ranchlne Is' only a little the time of the that It need not be reckoned wlih seriously by potential rnvadlng foroe. Some dlvlBlona of it, trained on modern ISues drill as well as European arm- tactics THE CITY STREET (From The Cleveland Motorist.) They look, a little gravel, And they took a little tar, And various Ingredients, Ir.iported from afar. They hammered it aud rollpd It, And when. they.went They said they had a pavement That would-last for many But they came with ricks and smote It, To .lay a vater And Jn time Uiey called the. wortm- To. put it'on agaia, To ruu a railway cable they tooTK it p once more; And later put It hack again, Just where It was before." Ther'took It up for conduits To run tbe'telephone; And then they put It back again. They atone, took it up for wires, To feed -the lectric -light. And then they uut it back again. Which.was no more than right, the pavpment full of furrows; uy Penmans underwear you can be sure of its lasting, smooth- fitting qualities. No. 95 natural wool garment is a great to see it.1 Look for the trademark Penmans Limited Paris, Canada There are patches everywhere; You'd llfce to rlile upon It, But It's seldom tbat you .dare, It's a very handsome pavement, A credit to the town; They're always diggng of it'up Or putllne of it down. MILK PRICES ASCEND: lilk go up in price after Octo- ber Jo. is reported ten quarts lor one dollar after tbat date. Hereto- fore the.price bae been twelve quarts for one dollar. ,'sentiat .of dlsciplloe'and 16 abilityt Otfcfr bodies of the enact being uniformity. BALUS NEW, EMPIRE a be hnd in es the aWlityi iroopt. especiaiijjis'ome "of .those.em- rioyed by ilic ?oiith, are only armcrl coolies attracted-by the promtte wages for cariylng Euns than they are ablo to oljtala by manual labor. An appaling case of Flaughter oc fcurred at Salnfye, in Siientl province Here thousand? ol Manchus, estimated from twelve to Uilrty, were caught'In a trap and slain ID cold Mood or driven to snlclde. Mission- arleB 'rrlio save refuge to a few of lhe ivoraeh who escaped say that tl-.eae refugees apologized for not Ing with their slaters, explaining that (lie weili were so full of bodies that they rose store the water. -were nlso numerous decap- itations and executions by shooting In order lo terrorize and thereby sub- due, cities disloyal lo which ever s uppermost in.nutJiJrity. But In actual lighting there were In (he antl-Mancbu revolt only two or encounters tliat could be dignified by Ihe terra of battle. Not moro than a few thousand troops .oa either side were engaged at .any one time. It look Tory little Wiling to persuade the mercenary soldiers to disperse or transfer their allegiance. Some of Hit tr6ops thai went over to th? to have been pur- chased with actual cash or promises of belter conditions Yuan 8'Ki Kal was turned out of the presidency. The officers, of course, cither sym- pathized or liad faith in the success of the Some, however, took the it a of coercion, or over ma- jority without a demur. Then. In turn, they went; promptly' back to the.northern side when .the pressure frjxiTuSo, government fqrce.i 'leemed th bflr molt dangeroul. Though a number-of of tbo .taken refuge' In, oapan, tlthoiigh aa ftn tho movement to get.rid of the president Yuan has collapsed, the struggle con- tinues io liatc a- dozen provinces. During, (ho first carapalCT when there was. sornejUncertalntjr re- tarding the the array and .navy would J revolt th'o govern- ment sefraed enough lo' buy 'back ..rebellious arsenals, and clly' tJils'onsT'TiuT'later, when vie- "You're the Razor for "1never dreamed there was a razor made thai couidgiue me so.quick and smooth a shave. 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