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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914 THE LETHKRIPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE PHDJFpQ -FIFPT UUlVLtlVO iLLUI The BiiccBiB of a curling club is measured greatly fcy numbers and en- thusiasm, with rin aye to the size and conditions in the community of its Wrlli. The LethbrUge Curling association Is one ot the most successful organiza- tions of its kind in'Alberta. Each suc- ceeding year shows a marked progress in .some manner or other in the suc- cess of the association. That the coming season will be as successful as Its predecessor, there is not the shad- ow of a douht, with'toe men with their shoulders'to the wheel who elected to take charge of affairs at the an- jiuai general. meeting of the associa- tldn held in the council chambers at Jhe City hall on Thursday evening. The financial report as read was considered very satisfactory, the- club starting off very substantial balance 'on hand. 'The following officers' were elected for the ensuing year W. D.' L. Bardie, Commissioner A. }I. Grace, Commis- sioner A.- W. A. Buchanan. S. Stewart, M.P.P., Sena-. tor :L. De Veherj C. A. Magrath, Sick, Esij. lion. Bruce. W. Clark. 1st F. Hamilton. 2nd ,J. Nelson. 0. H. Cobbledick. W. Robinson and E. IV. Dooley. -Official Aird and Hugh N. T. McLeofl, James !Aird Dr. D. A. Taylor, John Reid, D. D. McNabb, Win. Scott. ice Aird, Hugh W-. Clark. Committee on J. Shep- herd. Delegates to annual meeting of R. C 0 L Clark Hon. Marnoch, P 0 Box 2H -Mr. Jas. Aird, who has haen pre- sident for.the past three years, could not' again 'be persuaded .to take of- resolution of-thanks was un- animously to Mr Ami lor the large amount of 'unr spent bj him, 'aim' interest taken in tiiie affairs tlicTi "C "the presenl successful condition of the club, both as to finance, is largely due to the retiring p'c'idejit Chicago Am- erican league club today won the fin- al game of the series to decide Hie championship ol Chicago when they de.'caled their National league avals, 3 to 2. This is the fourth consecutive time that the American league has triumphed over the local Jatinais. .The aeries went the full seven games, the American leaguers winning the last three straight. The total, paid attendance was 879. The gross receipt were Of this amount the National commis- sion's 10 per cent, was S893.12, and each club received Score R. H. E. Nationals 2' 8 1 Americans'......... 32 0 Vaugfcn, Lav- ender and Archer Scott, Cicotteand Schalk. POST-SEASON SERIES National Leaguers'Win Two and Am- erican Loaguers Win Set-Tos The National league has triumphed over the American" league in number of post-series games won, although honors were divided evenly otherwise. All told, the National leaguers have won thirteen games, and 'the Ameri- can leaguers nine. Here, are the fig- ures: Woild's series.. New York series St. Louis series.. Chicago series.. Total victories... ZS and 60c. all Dniggkt.. (Take Abbey's VITA Tablet, far __________SidcNtrre.) 4 "NORMAN" NEWEST Take it to MAC He knows what's wrong with YOUR GUN. ..Fifteen yean' ex- perience with the Leading Gun v manufacturers of Europe and America. Out-of-Tmvn work given prompt attention. HE, GUNSMITH. Fifth Strwt South. MOM 1M2. f. O. Box FOOTBALL. GUESSING COMPETITION BY HERALD The Herald Is contemplating v the Introduction of a guessing compotition on the Old Conn- to the competition conducted oy the Calgary Albertan. The competition, If put on, will be conducted'on the most approv- ed lines, and will commence next Saturday. More anon. WHITE SOft BEAT CUBS Hunters to slop at the Hoss Place, near Gup; best hunting grounds. Board and transportation to anil from Cow- ley or Liuidbreck. Also BDttre guns. Write for terms Mid date. BERT ROSS Maycroft, P. O. LAST TIME TONIGHT BOXERS ARRESTED FOR FAKING CONTEST St. Dillon, claimant for the middleweight championship, his manager, Sam Mar.lmr.ger, and liis second, Robert Slolker, all of In- dianapolis, arrested here Wed- nesday night alter a bout between Dillon and Ucorgc "Knockout" Drown was stopped in tile fourth rouul liy Referee Eddie Randall, who declared the fighters were mucly feigning. The bout was scheduled for ten rouctls. At the end of the third round Randall warned ithein that unless they put more punch into their work he would terminate the light on the grounds that there was 'no ccatest. At the'close of the next round, he kept his word. The ttaee from Indianapolis were arrested at the request of the man- agtr of the club' at which the light was staged. The police said they would hold Dillon and his manager second for investigation by the chief of police. Throughout the bout the were hissed by the audience for their lack of agbressiveness. Randall's an- nouncement that the bout was "off" because the fighters -ere ,r.e ily feigning braught wild applause from the crowd, which filled the f. -J CITY TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP The final match for the Ra- worth trophy at the City tennis today: Dr. .Mason versus A. Oliver. The winner will be re- cognized as the champion 'ten- nis player of the city. Nat'l. 4 Am'n. 0 LIN PLUNGER CRAIG DESERTS JUNGLE KINGS Hamilton Rowing Club Lands Rugby Star and .Look Good for O.fl.F.N. title. Hamilton, ton Rowing club -have landed ROBS Craig. The big'line plunger secured Us playing toga from the Tigers and is now out with the oarsmen. Ever since the announcement that Craig was through 'with, the Tigers, the Scullers liave been after'.him. and lie agreed .to get into the game again. His presence on the east end [team means a grand, wing line, .a regular winning combination, and means that the only worry in front.of ex- ecutive is the matter of getting Kid Smith Into the game Wltn Dutch Becker available, Kid Smith a pro- bable starter and Craig in harness, the Oarsmen sure appear like Q.R.F.TJ. winners Miss -LILLIAN SONSTEBY Now Appearing at the Empress WALTER JOHNSON IS BEATEN Plays With' His Horn: Town, Cofley- v ville, Kan. independence, Kan., Oct. ter Johnson, premier pitcher for the Washington American league team, played ball with Coffeyvfile, "the today, and was de- feated; 1 to 0, in a pitching contest with Loren Bailer of the Buffalo In- ternational league team, whose home is at Independence. Bailor won his own game by singling and scoring on a three-bagger. OUIMET TURNS IN 71 CARD Sets New Record for Difficult Brook- line Course Brookline, Ouimet national amateur golt cham- pion, today set a new amateur record of 71 for the Country club course, equaling the professional record made by Harry Vnrdon. of England in the National open tournaments in 1913. Ouimet's score was made in the quali- fying round of the club's amateur open tournament. DOCTORS NOW AGREE ON ECZEMA REMEDY Confirm Statements About D.D.D. .Prescription -V 'T HOPPE REGAINS LEAD OVER INMAN Champion Amtrlenn Av- erages 32 in Balk Line PlM Chicago, III, Oct Hoppe, champion "American billiardtst, "ves terda'y look th'e lep'd 'over Melbourne Inraan by winning both games at 18 2 1000 to now has 2494 points 2119 for Inmam Hoppe m the aftqrnoon. taking onb nine innings to get his 500 inman obtained but 38 points .Hoppe had high runs of 176 and 114 in the evening, but fell off toward the last, while Inman did much better.. Score 146 98 10 14 41 37 15 90 23 1 1 5 1 29 16 15 0 3 114 4 I IS 5 63 24 1 0 8-31. 1ft 25 11 820017021 2 6 42 0 o 6 it 4 3 1 3 4 17 4 9-29. INMAN AGAIN "TAKES HOPPE'S NUMBER Chicago, III., in the best form he-hai.shown here, Mel- bourne Inman, champion English bil- liordlst, yesterday beat VTillie Hoppe, 1202'to 190 man won the afternoon game'601 to 80, and the resnvt of the night per- formance to 110. Inman now has 3415 pomtt to for Hoppe In the 1000 point 182 balk lino match to-be played today Inman must scora 270-points-to win the local match, Inman's average to- day iraa 52 6-23 and Hoppe's- S 15 22, BITTER FEELING SlftlCS Boston, Mass, Oct re If an Immense amount of bitter fefllng growing out of the world agers and Mack 'were at swordY points, and the American luera are bitter against flth, charging that he worked for the Braves and advised them all ihe time against the Athletics. Orifliti! aat with Gaffaey feack of the bench, ind MM In conversation with the Braves at all times On top of that iho era' Union was fighting tor Brrnvet and opposing the of' whom rot bcioni'to the be- cause of Mask's; D.D.D. Soap Keeps Your Skin Healthy No mcrease in price Notwithstanding heavy increase m cost of import- ant ingredients, price remains th'e same. f Geo T Richardson, IT D "In my opinion D D D should 6e applied m all cases of skin immed- iate relief to the itch, a calm to ex- cited nerves, soft, soothing, yet a powerful agent, a strength to the gen- eral system Dr: Unna Holmes: "D. D. D. is as: near a specific for eczema and dreaded psoriasis as is quinine for ma; lai'ia. I constantly prescribe D. D. D'. also for salt rheum, tetter, barter's itch, pimples, all forma of itching eruptions, scales, sores Dr. Ira T. Gafebert: "I freely admit that D. D. D. reaches cases, and per- manently cures them, more efficacious- ly than mine Dr. Oa'fcrbert's words arc of special significance.. He is known as one ,ot the .first skin .specialists in the state of Kansas. Write to him! Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, CaldTvell, Kans. If you are aftectsa 'with any skin blemish, even the slightest, or a tem- porary rash, try D. D. D. today. Pse it according to_ directions Notice how the skin is cooled, sooth- refreshed- the instant :this liquid is used, Then continue with. the simple wash, and watch your cure. Ail'druggists handle D. D. Come to-us and, we will tell you of the mar- vellous efficiency of this remedy as ' the D. D. D. Skin Soap. -We offer.the first full size bottle on the guarantee that usiess it does what is Claimed, it costs you nothing. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, Lethbridge. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concfeuirated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown.' So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. 1 The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 fr MARY "A Normandy Romance" IN THE POPULAR PLAY Latest 4000 Feet of Wonder 2 Reel Comedy by '.lie old Keystone This Big All Feature Program at iiii Every Subject is a Feature The Best 4000 Feet Feature Film A Gripping Dra- in a, 'A. Man of Her Choice' spec- DON'T FAIL TO COME MONDAY Will You Spend TWO CENTS To Save Your a "Dear One" or in helping that valued employe, relative or Irieiid to find out about the modern "NEAL WAY" of rescuing those who are almost "beyond all earthly and preventing a high class business, professional or labor- ing man from becoming a confirmed DRUNKARD OR DRUG "FIEND" Pill in. detach and MAIL TODAY. Please send literature sealed to Address For full information call or address the NEAL INSTITUTE, S20_ 13th Ave. West, Calgary; Phone W 4525. 60 Meal Institutes in Principal Cities SPLENDID SHOW AT THE BIJOU A uleture vhich should draw all Lethbridge to the Bijou Theatre, is ''The Only which was shown there night, and is to he again presented tonight. Without exagger- ation it is one of.the finest exposi- tions of the moving picture art. It is attractive not only In its elaborate de- tail, bu in the splendid characteriza- tion of the individuals taking part' iii the story. Many pictures depend a good deal on the written signs to ex- plain the situations in them, but so vividly are the different details por- trayed by the characters in "The Only that these are hardly needed. The story speaks for itself, and the thread is never lost-sight of by the audience. .For bringing pictures of this class and description to Lethbridge, the management of the Bijou deserve ev- ery encouragement and patronage. Added to the feature bill was an excellent series of war pictures. The puh'iic were introduced to living ecenes. which Jiad occurred at the front.-.-The Belgian army, with the manly and prominent figure of the King of Belgium, was placed on vieTv, with many incidents of the war which were particularly, interesting. EMPRESS THEATRE MONDAY and TUESDAY October 19th and 20th Aeroplanes, Wild Animals, Savages, Ship1 Wrecks, Au- tos, Fights, Battle of Wits, between live, alert, keen, cunning- brains; a photo- play that will arouse your curiosity to the highest pitch. The most compell- ing, the most perfect, the most expensive feature ever devised by the brain of man. Such is Lucille Love, the Girl of .Mystery. L U C I L L Pretty Grace Cunard and Francis Ford, .the- Gold Seal Stars, make their home at the Empress on Monday and will meet their friends there every week in absolutely the most Awe-inspiring, Nerve Gripping; Stupendous. Sen- sational, Interesting Photo Play ever produced.. Every Reel a Gem, LUCILL E LOVE THE GIRL OF MYSTERY THE GIRL OF MYSTERY AH ladies are cordially in- vited to the Empress on Monday afternoon in order to 'introduce Uie Lucille Love Series. Ladies and Children will be admitted free Monday afternoon. .Head Notice. L O V E Tangled Tangoists. featur- ing John Bunny and Flora Finch, a .comedy that chases the iblues. Tonight for the last time; 'Miss Lil- lian Spnsteby will make her last appearance to- night, _ _ LADIES' FREE MATINEE MONDAY AT EMPRESS Owing- to the unbounded confidence and knowing "LuciKe Love" to be the most realistic, the most sensation- al, the most artistic and, so far, the most popular serial ever produced and in order to introduce pretty, pe- tite, winsome Grace Cunard to a Lethbridge audience, the manager of :he Empress Theatre issues a cordial Invitation to all ladies and'children of the citj to attend this theatre as ils guests'on Monday afternoon. "Lucille the_ photo-plaj with no rivals in the realm of. the silent is a feature produced by a master hand, a sensational story, pret- tily told and abounding in situations of splendid dramatic scrips where the delineators of the difterent characters are stars of world-wide fame and popularity "Lucille Love" will surprise the most sceptical by its intensity; its .won- drous, beautiful sceufery. a serial of such educational serial of such strength that YOU wM have to see realize, the powerful force of the "silent drama Realizing and knowing full well that j ladles are the most experienced audi- ences in .the world, .we are making Monday afternoon free for them, and will rise In populantv on the strength of opinion, and criticism OL the artistic "Lucille Love" serial "The Tangled Tangoists" is a rib- tickling, side-splitting, rollitkiup John Bunny and Flora Pinch comedy. Hon- est, ll'i the best comedy Bunnj, he of the funny face, ever did, and all Bunny comedies are perfect. Tonight, for the last time, also hear Miss LI1 Han Sonstebv, the queen of ragtime, who makes her last appearance- in Lethbridge tonight watch for Mon- day's anouncement. OLE THEOBALD! IS A WIZARD OF THE VIOLIN Soon comes Theobaldl with big In- teresting company of three to play and sing for us. Theobald! plays classical heavyrumbcrs full of a Be- wildering technique, and he also gives those s.weetestjot all the slm- pie folk songs, which feverjr one lofes tie also gives Imitations, which ho dignifies as an art. On top ot this he plajfc the That's a ilitrum1 Whai la i 'To-joti and me it pro flf j TONIGHT BIJOU TONIGHT LAST CHANCE TO SEE "THE ONLY SON" 5 Part Ooraedy-Drama PLAYER Special War Pictures TOGO Feet Read what, the Herald Critic has to say about "The Only Son." Ole Theobald! World-Famous Violinist Supported by Miss Stetzcl, Vocalist and Miss Helen Keller, Pianist In Wesley Church Wednesday, Oct. 21st Popular prices: 75, SO and 25 cents Seat plan at Kenny and Allin's J bably won't moan muc.h. A simple and an ordinary Instrument, but car- sentiment for thousands of years. It is 'an instrument of an- tiquity, being mentioned in the Bible ami being known as the holy Instru- ment.' .It is which enchant- e.d Antonio in the Temple of Isis. and it was''supposed to be played by spir- its.' The old cathedrals and cloisters contain ilstrums as relics, and on the last visit to Russia Theobald! one in tho great church huili Ivan the Terrible, at 1 o'clock at night. This church, nhose holy grou' saturated fathoms deep of marlyrs, is 'a built to feed -the insatiable .vanity ot Ivan, who promptly put out the of the architect to prevent nim ever building a-finer church. of tali day do not 1'now what gratitude After playing the zistrum at 1 clock at night In absolute dartaWM IJ the cloister of the church, kept Theobald! elgbt the monks' musical "rmed TBMhlldl on'the il the concert an Theobald! claims to tit lil artist who pltjri ;