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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE City Tennis Championship .Emblem Fought'Off for Saturday With Brilliant Display of Racquet Skill-A. Oliver Runner Up Tho finals in the Raworlh Cup com- petition at the city tennis courts on Saturday brought, together Dr. Ma- son anil Alex. Oliver, ami followers ;rceted with :onclu- ol the raquot game were grceta tome high class tennis. Tiro c_ tion ol the match saw Dr. Mason tfnc winner and tho proud possessor of the Kaworth trophy for the second time in succession. The trophy is em- blematic of the tennis championship of the city. ULOSK CONTEST Both men were in good form, and the score of the two sets played, 6-4 and M, hardly indicates the close- ness of the games. Oliver had first service from the north court and won tho first game, Mason making a 30. Mason, in his iirst service, displayed the best service form of the match and won the game. Both men were playt'ag cautiously and the first six rallies ended three all. The next two i o...... Ss went to the doctor, who play-1 players took advantage oi placing cd Ills ground strokes very effective- the ball where the other fellow would h Olivlr took the next game bt" have to jeopardize umsclf by moving well Placed drives along the lines, across court in order to got it. lo Mason took the last and deciding! illustrate On several occasions Oil ga'nie of the set, making the score j vcr after placing the ball well inti OLIVFH 4OA'N WINS FIRST I iinc, thus necessitating Mason tc In -he second sot, Oliver repeated! make a cautious return, would AII ____ ____ ]irii> firm fi FITTING CLIMAX This final match ol the Haworth trophy was a fitting climax to an ex- cellent season of tennis enjoyed by the members oi the city courts. H was played before a large number of interested spectators. The enforced absence of practice owing to the recent fall oi snow did not seem to have interfered in the slightest with the form of tie con- testants, who from the bt'ginning of game put .tip a determined light. Owiiij; to the lateness of the season, it was feared that perhaps .the wine anil the light would mitigate against players, but it was ruled other- wise, and at p.m. the sky being overcast, allowed of a perfect light VERY SCIENTIFIC All are agreed that it was good Itcnnis to watch. The outstanding fea- tures of the game were how the KIDNEY TROUBLE AFFECTEDJIS Bittern Fur Forty Years Unlll He Used "Fruit-a-tivis" BHONTS, ONT., OCT. jist. 1915. "1'or about forty years, I WJis troubled with Lauie Back brought on by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. I was never confined to my bed .with the trouble, but it affected my spine aud I had to rest for a time. I took advertised remedies which never did uie any good. Then I saw "Pruit-a-tives'1 advertised and decided to try them. They did me more good than any other remedy. My son suffered from the same trouble and frequently had to leave off working, but it for him. I would strongly advile anyone suffering from Kidney and Bladder Trouble to use H. BORLAND 5oc, a bor, 6 for trial size, asc. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Ftuit-a-tives Limited. Otltwa. his performance in the first r.ml won Jhc first game, and set continued vaiice Lo the line and return me soi uonuuuut. thTbaff to" Mason's extreme right having a decided fcsnd, thus catching him out of place- BdvantaiTunfflthe- score" was four Uajd ground drives caught Oliver on all Mason was resorting to some i the base I mo also the doctor seemed w il pfacSl lobs, which Oliver was j to rely on one or two wel Placed returning with regularity and the; tosses, or hardly driven balls low TaVfiiraidiing Ifcrills 'or tteiovw the net, when Oliver was in po- SaUus on nearly every play. 011-Uition to volley Both o these play- ver showed some excellent teams in ers, of course, displayed their_ indi- set by cleverly placed returns to I vidual strokes to advantage througl Mason's back hand, finallv winning i out the game opportunity ol- his point by a hard drive to the offered, but at.the same time lad to posite corner However, his wmce rely nioro on and wel plac- Blackened a little and the doctor balls positions they took peared to have the lines located too up seem to depend on the back line accurately and -the set fronl tlie 6-4 in Mason's favor. mishedjplay rattier than the volley from the, service line FEDERAL LEAGUE GOES ON ANOTHER RAMPAGE f'hioairo Oct Cril-, Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 17. Tho more announced today the Fed, j placing of a Federal league ball tarn era! leacue was planning the invasion in this city next year was announced 'StTM York -'and ,that four possible last night as a certainty by Paul V. sites for ball parks were being con- Connolly, an attorney, who lias rep- sdered Nothing definite has been de- nstn-ted that league ia this city since cided on, he said, but at a meeting Its Jnceptipn. Connolly said a number ;in Now .York nezt Friday, action prob nr" ably would are un- der contract For the club. HOPPE GAINS ON INMAN AT BAKKLINE BILLIARDS Chicago, Oct. 17. Willie Score champion American billiardist, today j 35, 171, 32, 66, 110, won Ws second match from Melhourno J2 101 0 53 Jnmsij, English champion, by taking _jODO 'Avctage 5811-17. tlie last block, 1000 .to 127 at 18.2, B Following are Uie results of league football games played Saturday on the ground of the first-named club: First Division Aston Villa Burnley 3. Blackburn Rovers 3; Sunderland 1. Bolton Wanderers 0; Sheffield Wed- nesday 3. Bradford 3; Chelsea 0. Liverpool 2; Bradford City 1. Manchester United 0; West Brom- wicli Albion 0. Middlesborough 1; Newcastle Unit- ed 1. Notts County 0; Manchester City 2. Oldham Athletics 1; Everton 1. Sheffield United 1; Tottenham Hot- spur 1. Second Division Arsenal 2; Blackpool 0. Barnsley 2; Preston .North End 1.' Clapton'Orteht 0; Derby County 1. Fulham 2; Huddersilehl Town 3. Giossop 3; Bury 0. Hull City 0; Birmingham 0. City 3; Lincoln City 1. Leicester "Fosse 3; Nottingham For- est 1. Stockport County 1; Orimsby Town Wblverhampton Wanderers 2; Bris- tol City 2. Southern League Soutbend United 1; Gillingham 1. Swindon Town 2; Brighton and Hove Albion 1. Portsmouth 0; Cardiff City 1. Luton Town 0; Exeter City 2. Queen's Park Rangers 1; Norwich City 1. aiillwali .Athletics 2; West Ham United 1. Bristol Rovers 3; Plymouth Argyle 2 Croydon Common 0; WulCord 1. Readings; Southampton 2; Crystal Palace 3. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen 1, Third Lanark a. Dumbarton 1, Airdrieonians 4. Ayr United 2, Rangers 0. Celtic 1, Fall'irlt 0. Queen's Pork 0, Clyde 1. Dundee 1, Hearts; of Midlothian 2. Hibernians 0, Hamilton Academi-. cals 2. Partick Thistle 0, Kilmarnock 0. Motherwell 1, Norton 1. Smith Rovers a, St. Mirren 2. ARGOS BEAT TIGERS. potats to 3532 for Inman. In the afternoon game Hoppe ran! The experts agreed play TONIGHT MARYPICKFORD TONIGHT In a Big Human Interest Drama, Grace Cunard In tho "Man of Her Choice" Thrills, Entertains find Convinces Funmaker In a 2 Eccl Comedy Special Ford Sterling Who vvns vour favorite AMERICAN RUGBY GAMES PLAYED ON SATURDAY Big Eastern Games Yale 28, Notre Dame 0. Princeton 1C, Lafayette 0. Harvard 13, Tufts G. Pennsylvania 12. Navy (i. Co-nell 48, Bucknull Army 21, Colgate 7. Fittsbursr 10, Carlisle 3. Important MlddI-2 Western Games Chicago 7, Iowa 0. Illinois 37, Ohio State 0. Wisconsin 14, Purdue 2. Michigan 3, Michigan A. C. 0. Minnesota South Dakota 7. Kansas 32, Drake 7. COMPLETE CHANGE IN COMPLEX- ION OF FRENCH REPRESEN- TATION IN CABINET O'TOOi-E BACK TO PIRATE'S Pitlsburjj, Pa., Oct. O'- Toole, pitcher, "who was purchased by the New York .National league club_ August 31, l-.as ueen returned to the" PHtsburg Nationals, from whom he was bought. It is announced New- York declined to pay the balance of the purchase price. O'Toole has sign- ed a" 1915 contract with the Pirates. MEDICINE HAT FACTORY DESTROYED Medicine Hat, Oct. plant of the Alberta Linseed 'Milling Co. was almost totally destroyed 'by lire here this morning, damage to an estimated extent of being done. Calgary, Oct. Herald on Saturday -published the following spe- cial from Ottawa Hon. L. V. Pclleticr has definitely decided to accept liys physician's ad- vice and retire from the cabinet. The next week or two will see the whole vt-hrce French-Canadian members oi cabinet replaced by new men. N'ot only will Hon. B. Nantel go to the" railway hoard or the bench, but Hon. Louis Codcrre will also retire to accept a position on the bench, which has always been his ambition. The new men will be Hon. T. Chase Casgrain, Mr. I.. Tf Marechal, and Mr. E. L. Patenaude. Mr. Albert Sc- vig'nv may also enter the cabinet be- fore "long. Hamilton, Oct. a hard game was Ho two straight. "THE LITTLE OLD FORD RAMBLED RIGHT ALONG" ran: The exoerts agreea 10 yiay i-im -jut.. 60? averse of hest three out of five matches for the j here yesterday Toronto-Argo_nautede- ouu m s i it has won isated Hamilton Tigers 7 to o. Heieree Percy Robertson penalized any at- teaipt at. rough play -by either side, and drew the line close on line inter- ference, aud the Tigers were beaten toy a better team. the first few minutes the game never looked like a Tiger victory. The Argos, get- ting over early nervousness, steadied and beat the Tigers in every depart- ment the game except -bucking. The margin was small, but it was there Weather conditions were but the Held had only partially dried out and it was greasy in. spots. Makes 38-Mile Run From PalouM Colfax and Return and Wipe Race Palouae, Waali Oct Notwitti the rain and the muddy roads the long automobile race from Palouse to Colfax and return for a cash prize of 00 was pulled off according to schedule The race 'was .won by .Frank Kendall ''of: this city with, a Ford "covered 38 miles In- 78 minutes and 10 seconds. Harry McDonald, also of Palouse, was second witir a Ford car. The other entries were G, B. Joslyn, Paige; Harvey Lehold, Reo, and Billy Ford, all of Palouse, and Art Jensen, Ford, of Colfax. The rivalry was so great and the interest so intense that within an hour after .the race was over local business men !had raised ?75.00 for first and second prize for another race Thurs IRVING BOWLING COMPETiTION_AT Y.M.C.A. SETTLED The closest kind of a finish was the i player, was ruled to decide the wm- order oi affairs in the J In ing competition on the howling alleys of the 'V MCA, TV Inch has occupied the tivetted attention of ths bowling patrons of the institution for Uie past Uhree weeks The competition was concluded Saturday afternoon when Gage Shannon failed to bonl up to his usual form lie had a fine chance of topping the leader. He- missed: the mark by but 13 pins and landed third, being pic ceded by H N'-c'-Hon, first, Chas Catheny, second, 'he latter just losing out b> 6 pins The competition was open to bonl- of the Dormitories of the "Y" tnd nine entrants were chaUol up Each entrant had to pljv the other entrants two gamts, and toe total pmfall for the entire number of games, which was sixteen for each ner of 'the competition and bowl- ing slices put up by Mr A J Irv- ing, former secretary of the Y.M.C.A. here The order of merit of the competi- Hunters to atop at the Itosa Place, near Gap, best hunting grounds Board and transportation to and from ley Lundbreck Also nave gims Write for terms and date, BEFIT ROSS Maycrelt, P. O. tors was as follows H. Nicholson Chas. Carbcrry Gage Shannon H. B. McElyea A. Carloy Dr. Allen Mason Johnston Carson Total Pins 2573 2567' 2085 _ 1880 1831 1520 1487 1047 average number of pins for the three howlers was 160 13-16, ICO 7 16, 160, respectively .irOTIIEIl COMPETITION howling alleys of the will ho humming with life from now until Chrhtmas The competition will he for the team championship, which will he commenced right away. Not less than fifteen teams are expected to line up The teams will be com- posed of three men and a substitute if necessary The team competition will be :a It has-been suggested that all teams start "scratch" in the first round of the schedule, and then" the .committee could handicap the teams in the sec ond round according to their merits jis established in the flrst round not played full quota of VANCOUVER CLUB WON'T GIVE UP MANN TROPHY Vancouver, Oct. a meeting Saturday night ot the British Colum bla A. A. U.-a resolution was patsed in which the union opposed Joe LaMy'e decision handing the Mann cup to ojry, and refused "to recognize the Tight of any man or body of men to over ride the distinct prerogative of the. union in the matters of amateur standings and athletics, and affirmed its intention of accepting respon- sibility .for the Vancouver Amateur La- crosse club refusing to surrender the cup." They resolved to take the whole matter up v.-tr1 the union of- ficials in the east, and also with the Canadian Lacrosse association, NOTED RUGBY PLAYER IS LOST WITH HAWKE London, Oct. the offic- ers who are believed to have lost their lives in the sinking of the British cruiser Hawke, in the North Sea by a German, submarine, is Dr. J. H. Wat- son, who was well known as.an inter- national rugby football player Dr Watson was, temporarily attached to the Hawke as surgeon. McGILL SECONDS WIN Montreal, Oct. JfeGill sec- onds defeated Queen's seconds in the opening game ot the intermediate .ser- ies of the Intercollegiate Rugby Foot- ball league .here Saturday afternoon by a score of 6 to 2 WORLD'S SERIES HERO RELEASED Boston, Oct. Bedlent, pitching hero ot tho world's series ot 1913, has been released by the, Boston not piayea IUH quota oi iwio, HUH lutcnocu imrs, hut aro not in i tho running for Americans to the jaufc of it, Mccad or ttud jogition, The General says: Get habit j of', reading tlioss You may not wibt-roofing now or for another yewr, but if you read our advertisements you will be thoroughly posted on what to buy when you" put up that new, building. its three shin- gles and built-up the best that money can buy, and its exten- sive use on factories, warehouses, skyscrapers, business blocks, farm buildings, army and navy stations, residences, barns, 'etc., proves it is the most popular roofing on the market today. This popularity is the result o! the ex- cellent service Certain-teed Roofing gives-oa the roof and tile reasonable price at which dealers sell it UTo Eaasoa for dcnenda upon roo cra, pr cec, employment of earn- and a general conlWence In the Of lata there aeems to -have been an unnecesscrr amount of business depression, mostly to the lack of fairness of ono class towsro 8H- Dtbcr.'nna to m-llttle dishonesty or overffrasplne scattered throuBh ttU tbe classes, but not in a majority of any of them. In a country of our enormous ni- tunti wealth. We should have little to worry about. United States, with its Insular .possessions .and Alaska, la nearly to large an Eu- ropo. Our coasts ero indented with excellent, harbors and Interacted br Internal and ne have, by Tar, finest and chSBp- cst coat railroad transportation m TThole world, maldne comnjunl- cation cheap and r We havo water and every variety of cllmato and soil. Mae- nincont forests cover a srcat arw of our territory. Our land la nb- erallT TritV almost every variety of mineral wcclth, ana with our vnat agricultural wealth we load tfce Trorld la a many thlnca. T cerporatlans are renoratefl and their Ills o? publicity, and when :meii -bejln to feel renewed confidence, and when political alls" who hwo norcr madt a success of sffalra, quit offerlnc "romo- oios" -for all tiorts of Imairlnary trcublaa; wa have, full pub- licity in politics and In government; when bualnwH nwinaBcrs and em- ployees treat web other fairly, for apparent depreMloa will disappear and real -proaperltr will return ittr ,r Ron Roofirisr is cnnnnteed 5 ?5rsiorl-plj, IB JorZ-pIyand for3-pl> .and the imtten Cuanmtee ia backed by thcRuets of oar tie mills. In addttton tn we tilto mukeacom clcte llneof fither nofinfffl. huiMinff papers, Kc Ask yourldealfr llewilt be ula ymi Briber Information about ou will quote yota rewosable pneea, 'TRINKETS OF TRAGEDY" AT THE BIJOU Frederic de Peyton-Reuter had known riches all His young life, and like hie father before him, became an enthusiast over curios. It was while visiting a curio shun that he met the proprietor's niece, Miriam. He bad gone there to have an ivory fan re- paired. Faugbone, the shrewd Rus- sian proprietor: knew that Frederic was fascinated by his niece, and for that reason delayed repairing the fan. It -WRB a bright brisk afternoon, when for the fan in his fif- teenth, had learned to love Mii-iam. Irtski, an enemy of Fang- bone and a member of a black hand gang, steals cautiously into the mer- chant's, private office and prints an insignia on the broken fan leaf, which means "death." Reuter, as we said i before called at the shop for his fan I and tp see the pretty Miriam. There (was a shot, and as he turned about he isa'w the lifeless body of Fangbono full- I ing to the floor. Miriam cried to her lover to leave at once, and when the 'police entered, they found her sob- bing her -heart out over the death of her uncle. The revolver was found at her side and she was accused of the murder. Hyde, the famous detective, is engaged to solve the mystery by. Major Alex. Munro, Reuter's counsel. The detective gathers aM the evid- ence, arranges a plot and finally cap- tures the real murderer. Miriam is exonerated, .and Reuter claims her for Ms own. FREE Tonight FREE Tonight Mon. and 19-20 The Great Gold Seal Serial Feature "LUCILLE LOVE" The Girl of Mystery In 2 Reels. An Interesting Love Story prettily told and wonderfully staged; featuring Grace Cunard anil Francis Ford 'FATHER'S A. Vita-Laugh John Bunny 2 Reel Laugh from Start to the Finish. In order to introduce Lucille Lovo, one lady will be admitted Free with every ticket purchased, Tonight Only. Today GOOO Feet of Film. Orchestra, Afternoon and Evening, has been arranged for Lucille Music. JL IJOU TONIGHT MARY PICKFORD, GRACE CUNARD AND FORD STERLING.AT STARLAND There surely is a big all feature pro- gramhie to be seen at Starlaud to- night. With Grace Cunard, "Queen of the Gold-Seal Mary Pickford, the most beautiful and most clever girl actress in motion pictures, and Ford Sterling, who needs no recom- mendation to the Lethbridge public, as he will be remembered 'with delight as the late favorite with the popular Keystone Co., the management lias se- cured a feature bill that cannot pos- sibly have an equal. Grace Cunard is to be seen in the heart-gripping drama, "A. .Jlan of her FKANCIS X. BUSHMAN In a 2-Part Drama Trinkets of Tragedy Maurice Costello and Mary Charleson in A Sentimental Burglar Qle World-Famous Violinist Supported by Miss Stetzel, Vocalist and Miss Helen Keller, Pianist In Wesley Church Wednesday, Oct. 21st Popular 50 and 25 cents. Seat Plan at Kenny and Allin's 'LUCILLE THE GISL OF MYSTERY AT THE EMPRESS "Lucille Love" will be at.home to the people of Lethbridge today and to- morrow for the first time since her recent engagement with the Gold-Seal Feature Producing Co. "Lucille Love is without doubt a peerless, sensa' tional, stupendous, love-inspiring fea- ture photo-play, a feature that grips and holds tie attention of its patrons with an awe inspiring, intense silence tint.l the last reel is seen Lucille Love" is a feature where every char-' acter is portrayed questioned ability tho ed an actor of featuie vhere principal cha'racters are portray.- stars that worm wit. 3 doubt the Ghoici." Tfcte drama which thrills, entertains 'and. convinces. MarV Piclrford will be seen in ell-known and popular drama, "A the Normandy Romance." In this play jic Miss Eickford is to he seen at ner- (0. 6Ford Sterling, who will be rernern- rlirtatlon" i. a two reel he puts on with the violin, also or the simple melodies with -nllicli ne in- tersperses ms heal ier numbers Scarcely less wonderful than mm- self is Miss Keller, his phenomenal iamst A complete master ol the ituation, she commands instantly tna oniiae and admiration ot the audl- nce This will be the third season liqs Kellar has completed the elf; nit with Theobald! TJie thud interesting member ol he parly is Hie singer, whose beau iful voice, with Miss Kellar's match ess accomoanving, will pleasa ovcrj ne This also makes a pleasmj ariety, and the programme as i whole should not fail to delight eii-rj from the critic to thosi. wlu ome merely to be amused !ar theatre tonight. The ever-popular Starlantl Concert, orchestra have arranged a special musical programme for tonight. Taking all in all, tonight's bill prq: mises to be one which will long be re- membered as a real feature program. nlay evei pro- e that .fan artistic loudoir, imagine the situations, with :ohn Uunny as ths central figure it is too funny to think ab out Ladies, in order to introduce 'Lucille we decided to ad mil a lady .free .with every ticket pur chased for tonight only when T" the taillr HMTM an ticitable, need medicinal dnia rtitnaUuiU. -SCOTT'S EMULSION fa rMi In had nine; it the elements to enliven tlw Hood, rotore ttraiffth rUf ud the wwrosc of health. OLE THEOBALD! A WORLD WONDER Carrying enough medals to stait a hardware "store, having played for roy- alty many times, having been brongn on a tour twice by such men as Mau rlca Grau and David Henderson, there must surely bo some merit to th claim of Theobaldi's as violinist. His technique is wonderfu and .soul gripping lii its intensity. The novice Is bewildered at.t-he.on slanght of wonderful teclinique, the student is awed into a reverential fence Theobald! delights _jn chance to reach the masses. plays for the masse. Uie nonderfol THEY MURDER Drink or Drug Users Their helpless women and innocen children n.ake, rely or act upol the pernicious claim that the atnoui d ssa-jed condition of alcoholic or nar cotic drug poisoning Is "ONLY A VICJOUS HABIT." 'In ort of this sayi the Hon I E Bruce, "I rofer to th( rnedlial and scientific historj of th< norld and bitter experience o mankind proves tint the poisor ot Drink 01 Dngs retained in the sjs tern causes disease and untimely o' your dnt} to self, friend The Neal Treatment ell tea the poison from Hie system, TieP W 820 18th Weit, Calsyry; Phone W4525. 0 NEAL INSTITUTES IN PAL CITIES ;