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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta UESDAY, OCTOBER THE E DAILY HERALD. PAGE THREE (NT IGAIT A BASEBALL HI IlLD'S SERIES PLAYERS OF NATIONAL AND AMERICAN LEAGUE MEET AT CHICAGO FRED WELSH TO RETIRE Champion Lightweight Wants To Clean Up'First Now York, N.Y., Krcd WiilKh, the '.IsMwcfght cliamiiion wantH to reLiro... He- Tore ho easts aside his fistic.. honor-s, however, he wanta to cngfigti in 1'our more bouts. As )iln 1m -WIHe Itilchie, Charley White, Johnny Dundee and .loc Mandot. Welsh is Almost t'eady to box now. lie is training hard daily, and exuects to be in lighting form shortly. Chicago, Oct. stars the American and National leagues gau arriving hero today, prcparu- ry to a tour of the northwest and ssI. The .teams will line un as foi- ws Aycrs, James id Harper, pitchers Henry and idy, catchers; first, base; ullen, second base Hchang, third iss Shanks, shortstop Walker, 3th and S trunk, outfielders 1'ipp, visii mm Sir Thomas Lipton Is E'xpccted in Vancouver Early in November Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 1.8. Sir Thos. Lipton, the famous British yachtsman, fful he a visitor lo the Northwest the Coombs, Alexander, Pfci- latter part of October or early in No- i: and Vaughn, pitcht-rs Miller and vemlicr. Seattle yachtsmen are plan- cCarty, catchers Daufccrt, first ning to entertain him Jn a roya! niaa- ,50 JiJvers, second base Groh, nor and it is just possible tliaf. he will ird bas-e Kishcr, shortstop Car- be received by members of the Hoyal Ivillifcr and -Vl Leaving here Tuesday night hletes will stop one day each in 'and not sport a'll together is bringing shkosh, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Si- Sir Thomas west, it is thought. x City, Omaha, Lincoln, Columbus, rand Island, North I'latte, Greclcy, snvcc, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, icyenne, Hock Springs, Ogdwa, Salt iko, Pocatello, Twin Falls, Sho- one, Boise, Baker Pendlc- n, Spokanq, Seattle and Portland. Thereafter the players will he cu- rtained at the California exposi- ons. outfielders. Vancouver Yacht club. the Business of the British government World's Scries cliampionsliip games, shows President Wilson and Mrs. Norman Gait, widow oi' a promini'iiL jeweller of Washington, D.C., and formerly Miss Boiling.'of Virginia, whose cngiigoinent to oii'icially announced a I "the While House recently, examining a baseball just before the President'started the- game by tossing out bail. the GYMNASTIC TEAM OF THE AUSTRALIAN CADETS -OW FROM FOOTBALL KILLS A SOLDIER London papers report 'w tying football at South hn Groom of the East A. was struck' on the none and tbrfe- ad "by the bal'l. Some days later ho itf in a hospital, where he had'been ten, complaining; oE a pain in the At the Inquest a lental death" "was returned, the-med- il evidence showing died >ra meningitis feet ,up by. im the ball. all .EV.ELAND CHAMPIONS rBEATEN Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. An Qfessional today defsaiejl hite Auto, team, which won city, lateur basebflll championship, 16 to The White U.utos departed toniight San Francisco, to play the'Taconia tm, -winners of the jmplpnship. >CKEY PLAYERS JOIN THE ..COLORS rorbnto, Oct. ,yors continue lo enlist, and when j OIK.A. season opens many famil- faces will be missing. The latest join the colors are Jack: Kdmonds, Bennett, Lome 'P. rch and 11. Brown, of the Port Hope liors, and Ernie Lavigne of the' Mid- id' intermediate team. BASEBALL PEACE DISTANT Jhlcago, III., Oct. .B. John- i, president of the American lea- returned yesterday from the rld's Berieg baseball games. lie-de- red that the latest reports of.pence .ween organized baseball forces and s Federal league were "wholly spec- live, and that peace was as lar ooved aa it had ever been. Pay Tribute to Memory of Late Magrath Lady Magrath, Oct. Funeral services over the remains of Mrs, William T. Fletcher were, 1ml ci yesterday after- noon in the Ward chapel, Magistrate David 11. KHou of Lcthhridgc, ami Mr. .James of Grassy Lake, were the principal and both paid eloquent tribute to the life and work of the departed, .Mrs. Fletcher one of MaRrath's nimir-cr moving here with her husband and family sixteen years ago. All her life she was actively en- gaycd in church work, her chief at- j tentions being paid to the Relief So- ciety. She way of an unusually kind kind and loving temperament, and while she had practically been an in- valid for years she was always cheer- ful and optimistic. Her last illness brought on by a complication of ilk and a general breakdown. In hopes of alleviating j her pains she underwent an opera- tion at the Grassy Lake hospital, but in her weakened condition she was unable to withstand the shock t and passed sway last Friday morn- ing. Besides hrr husband she is surviv- ed by five sons and one daughter, all of whom are prominent in the busi- ness and socitl: life of their respective communities. One son, Arthur, was unable to lie present, being on a mis- sion to the Eastern States. The sympathy of the community i extended to .the bereaved. Ijpiljing [lie physical associalcd the Umvcisal, Militaiy bjslcm now in in [lie; Commonwealth. Doston, Oct.: ,up White Sox-Alibi Jack rtafry, "member of Connie Mack's ouce-t'ampus SIOO.OOO iufieM, would have been in a White Sox uni- form playing beside his of 'the. Boston Nationals in preparar: Eddie Collins this season, had it not tion for the rebuilding of the- team ;heen that 4 fell on Sunday, lol-j next season began today when it-wus lowed by a legal holiday llondny, July announced that Herhic Moran, Bert Whaling, catcher, JB. club. In return the Braves receive Willhoit, ou finder Tho New 1 ork; ,k d chance to bld (or Americans obtained Willhoit hy draft, 0o- delay of the mails. announcement', that larry was for sale reached Boston ithout delay, and -the Red Sox pur- 5, resulting in ollt-i Connie Jiack'i NORTHWESTERN -UNIVERSITY STUDENTS CANNOT TAKE BEST GIRLS TO RUGBY 'GAMES Two Ewes are Money Makers Cardston, Oct. As an illustra- tion of the money to be mode out of sheep the following story is unbeat able. Mr. Jas. Pilling, of Aetna (near owns two grade Shrop- shire ewes, which, since last spring, have given him in cash. And the remarkable feat-ire of it is that he still possesses these .valuable ani- mals. This is the way it was done v Each ewe had two huci lambs, which have recently been sold for S12 each, making a total of Each ewe yielded a fleece weighing 17 iius, which at H4 cents per pound gives a total of Prizes won at the Cardston fair by the two ewes amount to 54, vhioh, added to the foregoing, gives a grand total of. An interesting point is that last spring Mr. Hilling was offered apiece, [or the two animals and was about to sell, for this price, when, acting on an impulse, he turned the oltur down. Needless to say, lie pats himself on the hack now, because of his foresight. Confessed to Deed DonealLethbridge Moose Jaw, Sas'i.. Oct. 17. A man who gave his name as William Gilbert went, uji to the penitent farm at "Salvation Army citadel today and afterward made an extraordinary con- icssion of many, crimes. He statsd that he was in a hig diamond rob- bery at Hegina, a robbery at a Regina trading company's store and others at Calgary, Lethbr'irlge, Winnipeg, Mont- real, Vancouver, Edmonton and St. Paul. He is'believed to be one of the heads of a large gang of croolfs work- (ing from the States, as most oi the I stolen goods was shipped to St. Paul. He has been arrested on a charge of vagrancy and since then has pleaded guilty to a robbery of furs at Retina. He dees .not appear to he suffering from any mental derangement. Chicago, Oct. and foot- ball mix about as well as water and i oil. Halving reached that conclusion, pesident of the Ath- but relcascae claim. Ford Touring Car Price Now surely you can own a Ford. With the first cost of the Ford now so low it is possible for the aveiage Canadian to Mrs Downer were Plaintiff and S Hall for" the dc- his and he identifies them m fendant 'I he statement of claim al- nlc on the leges that the husband had treated JUt he gave these coins to Mr us in such a manner, at one I Blower three or four vears ago for turc throwing bottles of hot (display purpcaes Furthermore, Mr rfl. Broker hims over her, that she was unable to live with him. She demands alimony, and an injunction preventing the sale "by icr husband oi any property o_r chat- in which she is supposed to hate an interest. The statement of defence in the case> denies thy allegations made by Whitelaw, but claims that Mrs Will tola w diverted her husband, Wants Damages An action ior damages being brought by a- Torseher, south against. another of farmer named Grassy -Lake; maii named Galvin, 'or alleged seduction of his daughter. D nton is foi the oldintiff and J. R. Palmer -for the defendant The Famous Stove Case An aftermath of the recent crimin- al action before Mr. Justice Hynd- man, in which C Jenkins was as- .mself along and his oath that some of'the coins also belong to other gentlemen who given them to him to make a sparkle in the sunshine through his window And there -ton are The judge and the lavi ers. esterdaj bent their ef- fort-? to deciding whether the marks on the coins ruerred td were realh file marks oi not On thdt point hinges the case. MAY HAVE BEEN MURDERED Edmonton, Alta, Oct coron efs jinv jesterdav brought In a ver diet of murder bv some unknown per son in connection. with the death of Noah A Hoover, a homesteader Hying alone at Junkins, on .the. G.T.P., of Edmonton Hoover was of age and a uWi war veteran He -was intensely pro-British, and Union Jacks adorned .the walls of his aback. charged by Mrs. Hodgson with saiilt in connection with an to seize a simp, wi i> a jurv is to I e heard tion filed by Mrs. Hodgson for damages :for alleged' assault muse-breaking by Mr.. Most of these.cases will te tried jeforc a jury PROOFS COST SOME coat of investigations held here this sum- mer. It is learned; is practically 000. Of this sum of; which' he commissions .have cc3t.tHB.siim nt over it Is understood; to V. J. .Andrews, who .represented .the ;x-ministers before the'Mathers'com- mission Chief Justice, Mathers and his confreres. Hugh Macdonald and- Judge Macdonald, The -three Jus end of a US-round here.last tice. Gait and Judge H. A: Robson, each-receivc HEAD STUFFED FROM ,nannc-4 ._ CATARRH OR A COLO Cream Applied in Nostrils I Opens Air Passages Right Up. Instant waiting Tour clogged right up; the air passnges of your head clear and you can breathe freelj No more hawking snuffling, blowing; head ache, dryness No struggling foi breath at night, your cold or catarrh Get-tt-oUifiii uuiuu of Elys Cream Balm from >our druggist now Apply i little of this fragrant antiseptic healing cream in your nostrils 11 penetrates through eyerj air of the head; soothes the Inflamed of swollen mucous membrane and comes instantly. It's just flno. .Don't stay H Vith a cold or naity catkrrh, ;