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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER IB, 191 f THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE JT TOOTLE Example of Sacrifice of Buxom Youth Made Necessary by War War robs the countries involved of the best of its breeding. The finest specimens of manhood arc cruelly struck down. 13ob Edgi-en, sporting editor of the Now York Evening World, is highly excited because Georges Carpcnlier, the French heavyweight, may be kill- ed in battle. Commenting recently on this subject said "A-good'many people arc wondcr- inc where Carpcntier is 'today. At last accounts both the French cham- llion and'his manager, Deschamps, in active service with the French itrcops on the frontier, where the most desperate lighting is going on. "A thing like'this brings homo the war to one. What.a pity it would be if young Carpcnlier were killed by a builot or a bayonet or a lance thrust. For years IK) carefully trained him- self iiito a magnificent specimen o( manhood, alert and strong and clean- cut lie has; incidentally, earned a fortune., Because oi'his constant training and careful living he has'not vet .begmi to enjoy his wealth. And now a few grains of lead and nickel flying'through-the air at random may destroy in a second the result oi years of hard work. "Of course Uarpcnlier is only me of thousands of youngsters who may be snuffed out before the fighting is over But we know of Carpentier. One 'reads that men were killed or wounded in a skirmish that Ger- man or French losses in a great John Eveivs Johnny Evens has made more money this season than any other player ever made before in baseball in. one sea- son. It is reckoned that share of the world's ssries split brought his pile up to His for playing for the Braves, tic were 2J, 000. Arid 'it not mean and g bonuSi with breach-of- lanything. No picture goes with the contract money from the Cubs, mauc it ponlb.. for Eve. to down hare figures read of how Xer- polcon's guard fell in unbroaen ranks on the field ol Waterloo, annihilated M'hore it stood, and of a thousand corpses lying in the lilootly Angle. Old statistics, meaning nothing ex- cept to the students ol history. "But if we hear that Carpcntier, ithe.idol 6! France, had a leg shot we are'going'to have-n pretty vivid im- pression that war deserves any harsh thing that it." .REFUSE. TO BE DEAD The-old hoys won't fcifl. Hob Fitzsimmons started, He arose from coilih some moons back and challenged all the white hopes in sight. "They be blobmin' dcclar- ed Fitzl "H'imc a rawthoi-.oid fellow, but II i cm lick em all this coin. FEW FANS GREET ATHLETICS Handful of Supporters Greet Former World's Champions Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. handful of loyal fans were at the railway .station to. greet- the former world's champions when the latter arrived today, from Boston, where they had-lost.their UUp to the Braves. There was a long line of disappoint- ed .-tieket-hQiders, "however; at de- partment store 'where the admissions for. .the.third, that, would.have been ulayed ceeded in taking one game, were re- deemed. More 'than' was re- funded by the club's management, but many snecu'mtors had tick- ets at a premium up until the fourth linings' of Tuesday's, Ihc boung commission in Ntft innings oi ruusuay s. smue, howrm tumped I it? s decreasing the pioflts thev had made enmeback ambition said he on ticl ets for the games jdiyed. qiute too indent to hattlf- But tin. puhlicih that got in spired some of the other clnps Ubed to hlltle just Ebout toe time tint Uoxindei n is lookin? around foi i more worlds to conquer Kid McCm the shut) lad of long ago now in elnerH Pit person hecame altlic'ul combackitis He nent into training matched him for a scrip nith i ne ei and insists -that, he can wallop almost cieiibodi in his1 class JOL is said to been quite an old person when the cuil nai beean is- bauk in the midst of things again, seme weeks Joseph that the famih larder was runnuij, shy ot bacon and trimmings So Joe went out picked a fight itm some fellow got a in? promoter to stage the doings ind as Joe puts it Ah done copped off enough fob o' dat bacon. i feu si ihb pieth old tot such active 8RAV.ES-POCKET ,-MAZUME AND LEAVE FOR HOME Boston, Mass., Oct. 15.-rThe Braves, world's baseua'il champions, as a re- sult of the sensational series with the Philadelphia Athletics, were given a bp.wiuet and reception by Mayor Curlcy last night. Praise for their achievements was sounded by various 'and" modest dcknowledge' merit .was: made by .Manager George speakers, Hunters to stop at the lioss Place, near Gap; best hunting grounds. Hoard and transportation to and from Cow- ley or Liuidbreck. Also have spare guns. Write for terms and date. BERT ROSS Maycrofi, P. 0. Hegina, Oct. miniature run occurred at of the Domin- ion Trust, company hen- this morning following an announcement by that company that they would require fif- teen days' notice of withdrawal from depositors. Mr. Gamble, local branch manager, states this action has hewi taken by the company merely lo cn- a-hlc the'head office to get out a com- plete financial stu lenient, and pointed to the fact that thy larger propor- tion of liis staff who, having their money deposited with the company am! refraining from withdrawal is evidence of thu good standing of the company. He deplored the fact that yesterday through a misunderstand- ing marked checks in the clearing; housij had refused payment, anil stated that thej- had been all satis- fied this morning. MEDICINE HAT BALL CLUB SELLS PLAYERS Submarine df the Enemy Sinks Cruiser Hawke CQNTl N U E Tills was a heavy armament, anil the main sun were pro- tected wllh tMnch armour, Ijiit the loss of material Is comparatively trifling, for In the ordinary course of events, tlie Hawkc would now lie on her way to the scrap heap. No doubt the Ad- miralty Is employing those obsolete vessels no far as possible to do all the necessary guard work across the front of the Bight, of Heligoland and the German coast. Very rightly, the plans of the Admiralty are impene- trable, but' It is natural to assume that this firm lino of the lioyal Nary, while kept with steam up within striking distance should the German high sea battle fleet sally out, are not exposed to the. unnecessary risks. The raa'lly valuable use is thus, found for vessels that in the ordinary way would be regarded as having little practicable value. Collided With Olympic II. .M.S. Hnwke came into the lime- light some years ago, when she col- lided with the Olympic, in the Solent at the moutb of Southampton water, in the Admiralty inquiry that fol- lowed ihc Hawke cleared of This is the fifth disaster to a Bri- tish war ship, which is directly at- tributed to submarine attacks, the others being the Pathfinder, the HOKUC, Aboukir and Cressy, and em- phasizes the hazards of this work of patrolling the North Sea. It is part of tlie price Britain ;r, called on to pay for immunity from invasion. To the sai'ior, this danger lacks the thrill and splendor of an upstanding naval, engagement be- ween ships of equal weight; for the Medicine Hat is doing well this year submarine strikes, nlld there is rare- seilins its ball players. bad announced that "Lefty" Buckles been drafted by the Chicago C'nlis, and later Fielder Daniels was secured by the Oakland club of the Pacific Coast league. The Medicine ly chance of reprisal, with small rela- tive satisfaction in ease the enemy be for a submarine carries less than a score of men. as against the five or six hundred of a light cruiser and the 000 to 1000 of an armored Hiit club pulls down at least for ship. It is a lurking danger that adds enormously to the strain of the patrol. each player. Duckies was known as the Western Canada league "iron and 'was the sensation of tlie season. MANAGER J. J. McGRAW DRAWS PER YEAR FROM NEW YORK Xevv York, N.Y., Oct. John McGraw, of the New :York Na- tional league team, to'id today what his salary 15 for managing the Giants. It is a year, according to his statement 'when he appeared at the tax office to swear off personal as- sessments the city had levied against him. JIcGraw declared that all of his salary is required far ..the mainten- ance of his family. CELEBRATED PHYSICIANS WITH BRITISH TROOPS Oct. British. -Med- ical Journal states that the War 'Of- fice has appointed, Sir John Ross Bradford, Sir Wihnot Herrlngton. and Sir AlmrOth Wright to the British Ex Deny Reports About Heavy Losses of Sheep CONTINUED 17ROJ! FRONT PAGE. TRAITOR, MEETS DEATH ON THE ROCKS OUR ENEMY'S SPY 3 Bij? Keels Written and Directed by Henry McRae CAST. Santos He; Rosselii Captain. Clifford William Clifford Captain Sherman Balnbrldso Colonel Wilson H. Best Marie Wilson .Marie Walcamp TONIGHT At such a time, when most of Kurope is shadow- ed with the greatest, most awful war in history, such a play as "Our Enemy's Spy" will have a tremen- dous appeal. 3 Blj? Acts The one thing which a government mostly fears, which menaces it always, is the possibility of a i'rlend turning traitor: the disloyalty of one ot its own men. A GRAND THREE REEL MILITARY SPECIAL OTHER BIG ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT peditionary Prance." Tlie three physicians, who will leave Eng- iaiid liext we'eic, "'accompanied by three exynrt bacteriologists, will have the rank of colonel. Ear] 'Kitchener, the journal says, also Jias decided, to ap- point a special army sanitary commit- tee to.advise the :irmy council on all matters pertaining to the health of the troops. CONSERVATIVE NOMINEE FOR NEW RIDING Rosetowu, Sask., Qct Uie new Dbniinion constituency pr Davin, tlie Conservatives have nominated Dr. E, T..Myers of Hosetown as their can- didate. Ho bails from Portland, near BRONCHIAL COUGHS 1 Shillings and of the After the "banquet many of the play ers left immediately foi their home cities Thej were each guen cheques todaj foi (Of Si In i leprebcntaine of the National Commission as their share in the series leceipts To most of-them this meant about i for their season's work. i Captain Evers found the season a big one financially, his income for the past six months having been more) than in chid mg a bonus OE 000 for his ure to a contract la salary; a bonus for first place, and his "world's is hoxuig some out told Joe seiiet, receipts "Me old i exclaimed Joe winter will be spent quietly by 1 Ah 11 I now sah tint most of the men; Several, vaudeville Bint vein uern old s jeblj agents at Fenway Par! today en as good todaj at i hull lot of them de coring lo up srme of the fellahs gittin dc coin for put i stars but it is understood that non tin up nhat calls fights was successful When the bronchial lubes are af- fected with thai weakening, tickling cough the) need immednte and sen sible treatment. The breath seems believe in giving it all the encourage- ment 1 can. Sheep on the range were in the hcst of condition before the storm, and they cpnid have with-, a'storm (if three times the vel-j ocity and intensity, without extra' feed' or shelter, without damage, if they wen: handled right. When these reports get to, outside points, they make the buyers "'think that they can get sheep here for nothing, that we are ready to give them away for a chance to get the business, when .nothing farther froy the truth." ,-ij- PROVE THEM- THROUGH STORM Mr. Young is .one.of ..the most, con- sistent and energetic boosters for the .sheep-Industry in thV south today, and his words are gospel. He states that he d.rqve a burich of .2000 newly weaned spring lambs from his ranch at Bad Water to Seven Per- sons, and was on the-trail during the entire duration' 6f 'the storm, ship- ping from Seven Parsons to market on the 13th, last Tuesday.- Lambs are to 'handle tin the range, especially when freshly weaned, and Mr. Young came over the 40- mile drive without :a single loss, either .on the trail or in the yards This is Evidence extraordinary that aged ewes and wethers could stand up under the stiaii without much ilifliciilty, and other sheepmen sup- Mr. Young's assertion that where losses did occur, it; was solely through mismanagement of one kind or another, or to other circumstance: which made range conditions abnor- nrl BIG WAK DRAMA AT STARLAND TONIGHT "Our Enemy's a three-reel military drama of unusual interest, is to he seen of the sood attrac- tions at Stnrland toiilght. At such a time as this when the of Europe is convulsed by the most terrible war. in history, this timely feature .will have a tremendous appeal to British subjects. Every government of. standing has developed an 'expensive system of se- cret service, not only to find out what the other fellow is but to guard the government in question ag- ainst outside spies. In the: present European war, ac- cording to all reports, the various na- tions concerned are experiencing lit- tle trouble in searching out and con- victing the foreign spies within their borders. Death awaits them. But the brother, the man who speaks your own tongue, has your mannerisms, and your confidence, and is admitted into the secrets of states: he is the one ;ost feared, who goes, more than of- ten, undetected. "Our Enemy's Suy" is in three reels, .lid It has been written and directed by Henry JIcHae. Mr. Rosselii, Mr. Clifford, Mr. Bainbridge anti Miss Wai- camp pf'the "101 Bison" Co. are im- portant in the 'rast and acquit-'them-, selves with unusual finesse. It was this company of players, with Mr. Me- Rae directing, who were responsinie for such fine plays as "A -Mexican Spy in America" and "Rescued by two "101 Bison" features that created much enthusiasm when released. At The Empress Theatre M (VRl DTDN T LOSF Stilk r the (rrissj 1 ake sioit; ueiiiiiicLii, j. ui; sheepman in the tc shorter becaube of mucous obstruc thai lie learned in Loinersation lions usually fever ib present and with Uh-it C.rrEn tlie sheepman who jour head jars every cough In" no't Vosl a single Your chest aches and the mflamma SQ A llL tnM turn often spreads to the 1 Jngb cr stated that llio lossps err prac The food tonic tint has pioven its ticalh nil along (lit Chin Coulerrm s is the root of the trouble and checks (lost shecp the cough by aiding the healing process of the enfeebled membranes j i 11 11 if jou ire troubled bronchms Aloerfa rinanciallv in or know an afflicted tnencl always re m inner tl nt Scott s Emulsion builds strenitli nheving the trouble H-dl Scoll iDowiie, Toronto, Ontario. THE WEAKENING HUKLING STAFF OF THE GIANTS Last sear these pitchers were responsible fqr'.Xew York being World but this season Tesmu is the only man who lus beendoing'ml'.good'work.' the has never during this come up to his prvuous lecorfls, anil "Rube" MarquariV (on 1ms been n big disappointment IS McGraw. C CL f DC 00306 CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE AT THE BIJOU TONIGHT Iheie been nnotouraroas BO many of them, which revolt about dis- loyal anr] profligate sons, who cause their parents untold and when such stories are well told with a climax tacked on the end, showing the sons devotion thej 11 e iiauallv interesting. But in Jesse L. Lasky s feature The Oiih Son with that popular juvenue star Thomas W Ross, in the role he created and made famous. ;we have a story out of the 01 dinary, depicting the course of a wai ward son and his loyal efforts to save his mother and himself. It is a play to aw alien the best entiments in the breast, besides holding the undivided interest of the spectatqrrfrom start to finish. This wonderful impersonation of the various characters thrill the viewers with the sobbing undercurrent of grid sinl-mK at tunes into a low cadence of tenderness and rising into tnei tnroo ol a passion tnat i and fills the audience Tvith admiration. Throughout the screen version, which is. far better than the original oral drama there is shown numer ous exciting incidents, and the Dig sit- uations are well handled bj> the Lasky plavers Tie fecenu, investment is el aborate and the whole production be spenks the artistic- atmosphere, lor which Jesse Ij. LasKy is famous. On rural lines miles of wire .and 1700 new; rural subscrib- cts The telephone revenue jus been i up to evptndjtire despite the hard times neaih a half million surplus in actual cash being in the .treasury Alberta he said is giving the pub- lic larger and more ample government service than am other province and in- many ways were reaching out and getting into closer touch with the people Dealing with taxation, Mr Mitchell said that Alberta' was not overtaxed He reviewed the expansion period muniupihties piled up ilobt through and have low to piy the piper So did the province but it all in compli- ance with thi. educated demands of the people lie slowed the large dt reel taxation imposed by tht British Columbia government-inutile way of realty personal and income taxes ard contristed the position of the people of this pnvince The putting of an additional tav on wild lands Mr Mitchell regarded -is rea- sonable and would meet public ap- proval. Mr. Mitchell Ihroighout was lislen- fd to with rapt attention and his businesslike speech greatl) ap- precalcd Hi tuo ii.ol provincial treasurer in the province who was not criticized. Tonight BIJOU Tonight n "THE ONLY SON .With tlie Original Star. THOS. W.-ROS8; New York Star said: "Best NT. Y. Telegraph: "Every one eyerie Exposition." connected deserves credit." Feet y Special War Pictures These War Pictures are costing a huge sum, but the Bijou is determined to give its pat- rons the best. Ole Theobald! World Famous Violinist In Wesley Church Wednesday, Oct. 21st Seat plan at Kenny atid Allin's, open to season ticket holders only, Friday and Saturday General sale Monday 19th SHOW GIRL'S GLOVE' AT THE EMPRESS Pretty, versatile Alice Joyce, the Kalem star, will be seen at the.Em press tor two dajs in A Shov, Gins a tworreel vigorous interesting uton of e and saci ifice. Stella, a show girl, and Dick Hamp- ton -ue in lo-v e and engaged tr> 1" married. As a result of detectives imestigations as to Stelh past, Dick breaks his engagement In an intenien with n >.k Stella to heights of dramatic act ng and threat- ens to kill heise f In the strutUe for th weapon carried Stella Dick is killed, and in her hasty retreat from the scene of the crime-Stella drops :cused of the murder, hut through the lost glove the'real culprit is discover- ed This feature will prove one of real dramatic lalue and should be seen to bs appreciated. Three other reels two comedies both of-We. .var- iety and a Hearst Selig Weeklj, wr.1 be.shown Lillian SoiiBtcbv will Bins 'You made me do -Ladies, .watch tomorrow s paper for special an nonnceuient. B. OF T. IS FURTHERING NEW IRRIGATION PROJECT Coal contracts for the Danish State railways have been allotted between Northumberland and Scottish mines to .the extent ot toni In North umheiland and Ions in Scot- land. it the Board ol 'Irade council meeting at the Lcthbridge hotel jes- terrtai matters of utal to I.etnbndgc and the districts sur- r.i.ndmg, up for discussion Prtsilent Marnotn gave a re- )ort C' the International Irrigation als in the Iron Springs district is being prepared, wherein the farmers not only express their desire to have irrigation extended to their farms, but commit themselves as to the standing of the estimated cost, name- ly an acre The hoard is uaitme on the government for icports ot the onertss at Calgarv, and ot the trip results ol the suneys alreadi made to Sassano' ilib talk was highly m- which will be forthcoming in and beneficial Following this, the question of the iroposcd Old Man River diversion the near futuic The hog cholera question also came in for some consideration, and iroject came up, and letters relating I telegram has been dispatched to o it were read from 0 A Magrath! Honv ikljrlm Burrell, asking that i'm- aml Or Walnock, MT who have joth taken a keen interest in further ing the scheme It was decided he taken the spread of the disease No action was taken on the gas question, although 1 I tttfttu VII '1------.....' "mt a number of the membt-rs of camc in loi some discussion. The Board would visit the district con I Board is waiting on further woul and attei tl the mass meeting RECORD of the farmers at lion Springs on the 28th Every member the benefits that would accrue to Leth- bridgr from such a project, and all are willing to do anvfimp; in their i power to advance fchc cause It was reported tlut as soon as, the present survefs are made, the government with the would possibly survey the Pmdial distrlc' another loO.OUO a< from the "Minister oi Labor. OFFICE FOR CANADIANS' ;