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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB DAILY Friday. OdollHy 20, Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers OFF AGAINBIG BOUTBREAK UP World's Series Jarred for 1 hird. Time by; Rain' Between Ad. Wolgast and Mat Wells Will be a Hummer Ad !of tlie HglmvetKlti cliiuiiploii i 'I'oVonlo, Out.. Oct. is a world, mid AirtU Wells, on by (he .i.., renlws" nf 'baseball.' Philadelphia. PH., Oct. three days tlie rain g'od luia Uin Philiuielplilil vuui New York Imsiv j ball teams from setting together rorlxvolfiht of Knglanil. are fii their, fourth lilt for premiers hip '-in 'iKUciiod. They will fight ten ji-oiiixlK at (he Madison Athletic Club. Vork- four c there wertvio Tho men are to weigh hi at jwal'l :i er dcuniis tliey t pounds nl five o'clock on tin tlie oft ,a( [he sen-nil days past Mien- 1 Looming in Eastern La: crosse Circles-Torontos Too Strong We Make Them Differently uaiiit! goes over ugftiii decided1 to immediately. The 'until 'tomorrow, I'mpire Kleni after tin inapbcfion ol" the field-gave it as his opinion i.hnt ihi'i'r will have to bt; an early radlnil chaise in ihe -weather; if tburo is 10 bfa ganiR, ol' (he and and (lit; h of the fitmncin) bat-king of t of live National Lacrosse Un-1 hu inovcntOiH lo drop Corn- d Ottawa IK HOI but tho day j proposal to 'smother ttm Shamrocks {and Toronto Is. Ottawa and Oornwallsj wrc undoubtedly i'iiuincial millstones I mitoii speculation as to tlle Olher cluhs thc Shamroi-kH iui; not Wolgiiet am) wauM llot much hetler Tho slam 1U jlu (Jothhm. One myfthical club .which fttkek" Toronto i I intended to incorporaie under the iai'uj r of (he Sl'a Insldo out tirUnie BURNS TO AUSTRALIA Vancouver. Oct. Burns Dormer world's chain- 1'ioii slugger, 1ms sailed for Australia on the .Makura. Tommy in en t with Jack Lester, heavyweight boxer, and KHine -ibt: iniuiag lellow. jic Club, ami hold fights at Toney Is- i laud, offered :t of for match a few days ago, but could You see no hackneyed or- last year's pattern; in "Progress Brand" Clothing.' The little niceties of the exclusive effects that malje "Progress Brand" con- never seen in a garment before. Some styles are so absolutely unique that wo have been able to patent them. You can always tell these "different" clothes .by this 104 Ht-e lo hold (ho fight. Since then the managers of the "s 'wal "W1> the ..rail or the' match, but Gil I .Ker the Madison, finniiv it whh offer of J 19.000. Harely lias ilrare been ra imih riv. t of I he young among club managers for a, fight i between ligluweigbts as tilers has soinK ov- e Taooma f will "Doe" to get an al! star team bettei than the other clubs can afford. The proposal now is to form a big four lucrosse team with the Tecuiueehs and I a new team at Hcwedale on the T( roiuo and Montreal and o the .Montreal end. GAMBLING NOT A SPORT NECESSITY Marquis of Qyeensbery Gives His Views I'lie Marquis of Qneensberry writes an inteiBsting article In the'spokes- of ry ivl a en n vew lost a fifteen- Well's has shown in his fishts tinea .wl Gibbons, of St. i iifc arrival here that he 'is a rcal I "B e utpointed ounds at .Madison 6Ver mad9 -.j champion. He Winnljveg, where he round decision to Mike ljaui, after one of the cleverest hibh-ions ever seen there, dabby'is Brown In ten one of the squad of boxers Hugh Me--Square Garden, a Infosh lias secured for tlle coming soil- ep -Abe Atfcll In son in Australia. Sam Langl'ord, Jim !hi ;lra same ring. -I iynn, and thVolhor. noted Anieric'an lighters expected to sail on tie ilaknra go later SBOrtlnS soems "e a impression necessarily be asso- '.ester sisired an agreement with been lo land this go between Wells J oniiny to have the Canadian act as i nnd Wolgasl. Tlie fact Hint both his manager, and after Hums had se-! men are champions in their class, rured fur him the mat.-h u-itl, Bill and Uiay are conceded to be so evenlv in Australia. Lester tried to: matched, and that the contest will imck up on tlie money end. Bums an international one. Imve sllmulat- Jias some otbec'baslues in .nd. the Interests of the promoiers and Aut-.ralia. too. and they sonie the fans. Krer since he won the tltla btlelitiou. from Freddv .Welch in England, We'iis Burns is Jimmy Clubby, tbe j lias beai seeking n match with the i -Milwaukee welterweight, and hij champion. He came to thcr. dabby came straight here from country iviih that end in view. i.- i-..... i i tuned with gambling. This is Tot -ju ig is not by any means neces- to sport, and many sportsmen it owners of race horses in their lives, an'tl follow sport in all its branches 'for Pure love of the game. Of course, in racing it is practically impossible to eliminate gambling en- tirely, or rather the backing of horses lo win. Racing is a business, the same as any other and owners in many cases must make their sta tvllt; i-1. u- llilu secours j And for the life of m'a I tieve.and fan-j are all worked up ov-land Dccalre of the Xational Lacrosse "Olt SGe the "llffarence .between er tuc progress of Johnny Kilbane. jciuh -until July IV for. their animal'that id outboxed the clev-! CLEVELAND BECOMES CENTRE FOR BIG BOXING BOUTS LACROSSE PLAYERS GIVEN PENALTY FOR ROUGH WORK Jloutreal, Oct. was announc- ed loilay that President .Murphy of (the X. L. U. had Secours MAJESTIC THEATRE t. gHgHMAN. Managw. fHONE Ml TO-NIGHT W. 8. SHERMAN PRESENTS Sherman Stock Company in "Brown of Harvard" To-morrow Night "Tfce Gay Mr. Thompkins" Matinee To-morrow at 2.30 Billyh 50c, 25c COMPLETE CHANGE EACH NIGHT most beanlifnl work. depict tills irt. Uatos for -this bls l'eatii.-o attrac- !tiou will he announced- in a dav oi- l-two. MADE AND GUARANTEED BY H. VINEBERG CO, LIMITED, MONTREAL. SOLD WITH A CUtRANTEE BY MeKELVIE McGUIRE Madame sherry The sent sale for Sherry-' I tjiis morniitK at liochon's. j There nrbraisos to It a large and r i fashionable audience on hand on'-Jl'oa'-f I day evening lo witness this efferves-! j cent muaicav play. tic Theatre WjB.Sherman, Phone 646 Monday and Tuesday October Frank W! Healy and Sherman Present "When Knighthood in Flower" r result of the Oiiio leather-1 rough play in the last match with .he y.eights over Rivers and Lacrosse club team This ley, several clubs in Cleveland are run Jiing shows with unnsuai success. Qood bouts are nulled off every week or two. Friday Tommy JAV1ATOR Oavigan, a Cleveland' product, will means that these players lose of next tyason's playing time. ...._.. ROBINSON'S PROGRESS yiuuuta, win! Uubuaue. Iowa, Oci. Rob- raeot Paddy the Buffalo middle- inson, an aviator who is on his way in 'from .Minneapolis to NTew Orleans 'jchednled 75-round miil. gipuiid Robinson ascended and 'atari Brown aad Jack Dillon the oilier. Both tiio mai: bo }5-rouud affair? H-3 expected lo reach Rock miles from here tonight. 'cost you an enormous lot of mo'nev'io rear and train, and buying a large a- mouiit of mining stock In some' ona else's mine, or, for that matter, 'of nsuring risks on lives and ships. Gambling Like Buiinets After all. in plain EngHsh. an in- surance company gamDIcs on life and on a business basis, just the same us the owner of a Derby horse puts money on his horse in -the hope of its winning and recouping him for some of his outlay! I think France has got betting down to its proper level. The totalization theri is absolutely perfect. No one can hurt himself, as every bet I mu-st be made in ready money, and I yon bet with the government, so your money is safe. A certain percenta Rifle and Pistol Cartridges The advent of smokeless called for in the manufacture of rifle and pistol cartridges With the'result that all cartridges are now made better than formerly. Winchester rifle and pistol smokeless and black powder cartridges are made in the most .cpruplete plant in the rWyld, by experts, and can be depended be and "accurate, and of maximum shooting strength. They cost no more than many inferior makes. Ask for the Red "WBrand SOLDTVE'RYWHERE w LETHBKIDG.1-! f An- Ihat should please theatregoers of tills city will come I to tjife Malostlc theatre on Thursday, Oct. wltir.Mfas Anna em- inent Irish-American actress, in the role. The coming attraction is rTCulghtliooil Wiis In'Klpw- the Paui Kester dramatization Charles'Major's .romanco. of .ciiiv- jalry. .Miss Day will be Even the I role of Jl.ary Tmlor, the.miiiicaprjirin- icess, and-will have the assistance of. j a supporting cast of twenty players, j Tills season's production is said to ho! one-of'the most gorgeously erjuipned Ion the roa.d. from a There is a splendid opportunity to lie lavish with costume, scenery, set- ting and' properties, and William F has taken ddvanlifce ol this to ght, the an elaboiate mount Ing. ProcUultiotx. Its fame is racing to the four corners of Masic and Drama of the gross receipts is devoted to char liable Institutions, and tlle balance given to the advancement of scientific horse breeding. Much Betting in England 1 In England there is a large amount of t'Jttrag on football matches, but "BiMy" a Success .Sydney Drew always did possess a certain amount .of.fancy.-and skill jn constructing ami evolving matter-to cause an audience to titter. One he- getting sin which followed this- Mr. Urew was the fact -ihat he seldom, if ever, completed It was in- variably half well dene. Yet 'with nil his shortcomings.we-find he has suc- ceeded to a -large measure in building a v.-holesome and entertaining comedy, revolves 2: of round a young .the ......._ __ Billy Margraves, who loses his' teeth while on a yachting cruise. Billy, L-y the way, lose -ceath purely by :ic- -------D cident and the development, of Hie it. is strictly illogai, and mostly in conseiiuence, causes no end (fueled from agencies in Holland or of laughter. Space.will not permit Switzerland. T altogether-disapprove one to review the story in detail, suf- ior betting on football, and similarly f''ce it to say that the Sherman Stock baseball. On the latter game I un-' there-Is- little hatting. mntic story that holds' the interest throughout the evening. ;the cast, is a long one but as the company numbers sixteen people, some of whom were not seen'In a complete cast of players without doubling of parts is promised. The Play will be produced with all special scenery and electrical effects. Seats are oa 'sale and those who like a good Play yrell staged and acted cannot af-li ford to miss "Brown of Harvard." At the matinee on Saturday "Billy" will be .repeated by rerjuest. 1 king of Bohemia in H7I niade thc peasants'serfs of the" soil by prohibiting their leavlag thw places where theywere bom. and score encirding tfg globe A-cqst of- musical comedy celeb. .Inctuding-Ethet. BclLand Walter Cstlett. ORCHESTRA' LARGE BEAUTY CHORUS 2 CARS SPECIAL SCENERY Gallery.SOc At Starland Starland management, with their usual enterprise, have boon successful in securing for Lelhbri'dge the.Tights of o-xhibitlng.the world's greatest mo- tion picture, "The Crusaders." What more gorgeously classical Co. presenting the play at the' Majcs- j r tic Theatre last night acquitted them- 1 plcjuia sentation "lnled "oem of Tasso's I Keives admirably in .presentation Tile outstanding part "lo of courso, is that phtyed he'f a friend of He'll "come for more" everytime, if you're "trying him out on Black Cat Here'i a cif.r- ette with a pric. wnllop h.t all other good onej, hanging on Ihe ropcj and begging for mercy, Mild without being, the Black friendi among iportsmen and gentlemen every. where. Ten will give you an introduction. At All Good CARKWA3 MAHC1ANUS CIGAHETTES. J, But the plain fact is -that people will i samb'le'-in some form or another. the farce. can't het on horses, they will bet on-wiieat br.oats. or coal or liogs, j Jlr- 'rtrn who in Ihe.j and where is the difference'' j title role, succeeded creditably in hi-; i ought to do Portrayal of-the unfortunate toothless rea'Bllc college Iray. The ladles pany, notably Miss .fail. (Ileatriral, Miss Kv.-. iiunnelis .I.Mrs. Margrave) and- Mollie Mitchell as Alice, acted with earnestness.'.and gave evidence of possessing lifotronic ability, 'rhe audience obviously en- Jojvd the play. productioi than the 'Jeru-saletr NORDICA MYRON W WHITNEY, .BASSO. ROMAYNE SIMMONS, RIAN'IST. v Majestic Theatre, Oct. 28 ON SALE AT PRICES 14 and EVERY SEAT RESERVED think what a is vo Iftgalixe it in some form, as i is done in France, and then half thi evl-is are swept away. I In Italy public gaming is conducted i by the government in every depart i nient in -the form of weekly lotteries perfectly fair and perfectly Managed Eo that, the poorer can have their little gamble of a siim as low (as. I believe, ten cents, and yjt they jhave a chance of winning (tulle a large sum.'-1 'jMURPHY'S CLEVER. CLOSE WORK BEAT PHIL. BROCK i York, X. Y., Oc.l. .Murphy, of Now York, defeated Phil. of Cleveland, In a ten rcnnul Iboul here tonight. Murphy excelled ;al In-l'Iuhtlng and lud- the better of itho fight rounds. A TIP TO THE UNIONISTS London, Oct. Chn'pMn. M. P., speaking at llilchaui, said the Canadian political convulsion was one which If taken advantage of might brinE a change in tlie whole system hero, but It was ctme'iitlal that Ihe Unionist party be loyal to Itself and 'Choro.UK'hly united...... or belter known as "Th Crusaders." As is weK -linown, th classic photo-play is "The I'ilm'of th. Hour." It draws from tins ordinarj lie fantastic am things artistic "Brown of Harvard" Tonight "Brown of Harvard" is the' selec- tion for tonight by ihe Sherman Company, nnd it will bo found to be a play far and away beyond any col' !cge play ever Been In Lethbrldge. This play made such a hit in Calgary that ran for one full week to packed hoii of the com- nline 6cary ttn" am' bogoi'j praise and applause. Thc beautiful tales rounding the Crusaders are well known to the historians of every coun- try; the wonderful interest, in th'i deeds- of the good men of old is al- ways with us. Their valiant conduct on, tlle field of bau'ic will naturally convey a vivid anil stirring picture. In 'this portrayal our imagination is outwitted by the clever staging, th'3 historically accurate costumes and settings, the marvellous details and Impressions of the scenes, and in bringing before our eyes th'a very- landscapes of them encounters of the .ys of yore. Such a remarkable pic- EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! The Romance of Lonely Island Striking Scenea of Brrathlesa Interest. When a Mingle A Rattllna Good inmr than Ever. The Cheyenne Medicine Man ______________A Thrilllnq Story of Indian Cruelty. HPECIAL CHILDREN'S TOMORROW. MATIXEE Text (Toiollto Telegram A Piuibylerjan' minister, who bad aliored in thc vineyard at OraiiKc- "Ic, ,unyi he was weary1-, of "his gladly accepted'a call to an thcr and' took farewell of his Valley of Dry choosing ai his .the words: "Gau -these hones live.? Lord Thou knowest.' Thciie .words form -the most appro- priate text for any sermon that might lie preached on the inauguration of i government, mil jollify and yet has a strong dm 1000 fa'et of film having been used to ;