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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1011 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE FEATHERWEIGHT WENT ROUNDS TO DRAW WITH FORMER LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION Sin Francisco, Oct. lightweight Champion Willie Rltchla and Johnny Dundee fought a four- round draw here lait night. It was Ritchie's first ring' encounter since he lost his to Freddie Welsh. Althouijh Ritchie .outweighed Dun- dee at least tsn pounds, the latter'B ctaziling speed bewildered him in al- most evary him to miss his right cross NEW AUTO RECORD FOR BURMAN Does 50 Miles in 45.48 on Galesburg Dirt -Track Galesburg, 111.. Oct. Bob Bur- mail broke the world's automobile re- cord for 50 miles on a circular dirt track w.hen he made the distance here in 45 minutes 48 seconds. The pre- vious record for ;50 miles was 46 min- utes and 32 seconds, .lack Gable of Philadelphia and Walker, his mechanician, were injured when the machine they were driving crashed into a fence. Ralp.h Mulford established a new twoi'id's fltcord for a circular dirt track performance when he covered 100 miles In today's automobile race In after leading the field from the lap until the final round, when he ran out o fgasoline. WALTER CAMP QUITS AT YALE Vetsran Critic Will No Longer In- fluence Athletics New Haven, Conn., Oct. An- nouncement was 'jtiade this afternoon of the retirement. from Yale athletics of Walter Camp, wlio for over 20 years had oeen at 'the .head.1 of the Yale football aiid for the last 22 years the financier of YalS athlstlca. Mr. Camp has resigned as treasurer of the" Tale financial union' and as a mem- toer of 'the athletic council, which, con- trols sports. He will devote himself from now on azaluaiy'ely to business, He' is 'president of the New Haven Clock Co. and by 'i eaaon' of the re- cent. death, of ..Vice-president Steven- .that 'the entire re- uppneiWlity ot" the. 'business -will fall on Mr. WILLIE HOPPE HAS GOOD LEAD Displays Skill at. English Score 1441 to 1140 Que.." Oct. Iheir first -block of 1000 points at Eng- Melbourne Ininau. de- feated Fitlle by a score of 1000 to 441 in. the'two'sessions'yesterday afternoon, and evening. Tho great" surprise of tha match was the splendid showing that Hoppe made against his English'opponent, particularly in 'the'evening session, w.hen'he ran up a total of 251 while Inmaa Was making" the necessary BOO to -win. Tne results of today's games a till leaves Hoppe with a comfortable of 1441 against inman's 1140. Playing in- improved form in. the ev- ening, Intnun showed a brilliant per- formance, although his highest run did not reach'that- of the afternoon game! ,Hoppe also ..showed improve- ment-over performance. YESTERDAY'S .PLAY Montreal, Oct! 18.2 talk llne'bjlHards'iaT.beio'w'his stan- dard and not showing any ot the bril- liancy displayed in his prerions games WIllle'HoWM yesterday twice defeated 'Weibou'rne Innaan, tbe English cliam- pion, who i In tlie afternoon secured 161.-and at 'Many zero marks were chalked up against- both tjlajers -during' the aftoraoor., in the .evening Inmah alone failed to in one InninB. score 'now elands Inman 1609. evening game Hoppe made high nms and 67, and an average of 18 6 Inioans highest were 15, 19 and 20, and his average 8.16. In the afternoon 'Hoppe'a highest were 73, 63 and an average of 16J. while InmaVran 30, 24 and 13. eraginf 5 4 Take it to MAC He knows what's wrong with YOUR.GUN.' Fifteen yeare' ex- perience with the Leading Gun manufacturers of Europe and America. Out-ot-Town" work given .prompt attention. D, L WILD GUNSMITH. Fifth South. Phent 1012. P. O. Box 346. SUPREME COURT DECIDES WINNER OF WESTERN CANADA 1913 FUTURITY JjMinonton, Alia., Oct. the Supreme. Court, yesterday judgment was given deciding the Edmonton run- ning- futurity of li'tli, Mr. Justice Bock's decision awarding lo Wai- tor Sporle being confirmed. The race, which was run lii 1S13 wag ono for foals owmtd aju! foaled i" Western Canada, and trained in the same country. Sporie entered two colls, and they' finished second and third, Ben .More, entered by J. C. Bremner the event. Mr. Sporlo protested the on the ground that Ben Moro had train- and raced in thu Unitod States, but the exhibition association would not allow tho protest. The complainant then .went to court and was allowed damages. The casn wag appealed, but Uie decision of yeeterday rtiaallo'wed the appeal. PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE OPENS DEC. 8 WITH NEW CLUB IN LINE FIRST DIVISION Manchester C li Slielllcld W (i Oldham A....................... 5 Miildlesbrn' 3 Evertou lllacliburii K.................... Nowcastle W. Bromwicl! A.............. Uurnloy Shellield U....................... Aston Villa lirahford C...................... Liverpool Sunderlanil lioltoii W......................... .Notts C.......................... Manchester Bradford City Tottenham II................. O1 HEARTS" AT STARLAND MONDAY First Bpltod; of New Serial to be Of- fered for Two Days Only The many lotterB.tlutt have been re- ceived by .Manager Isidore Bernstein of the 'Hollywood (Universal) studios, written by people who have wltneKscd J the initial run of thy first installment J of Louis Joseph serial; "The 8 Trey o' provos that uover SECOND DIVISION W. L. The ArscnaJ (i. 3 Rudders fie Id (i 2 Bristol C.....................'.... 5 I Preston NT. K................. -1 3 Durby C.......................... 4 3 Bury 5 0 Clapton 0....................... 4 2 Grimsby :i 4 Baiiisley -1 1 -1 I Wolvorhampton :i 3 Hull 2 Stookport C.................... 3 2 Birmingham 2 3 Leeds C........................... 3 l Notts Forest 3 2 Leicester F..................... 2 I Lincoln C........................ 2 1 (tlonssoD. 1 8 before la the history of Lin; xvonliass 8 drama has unflagging energy been more justly rewarded in pro- duction of this recent mas- terpiece. 2 'I Aware of the magnitude of their as- 0 5 G signment, the nie'mberK of the wni- 4 OJjiany, 'rom the director, Mr. Lucas, to 3 -1 5 the assistant cameraman, and from Cleo Madison and George Larhin, to the most lowly of the u.xtras, havn spared no effort, have balked at noth- i i-i ing that promised to make the film 1 Mjjust what ft Is. the moat spectacular 2 11 and, ut the same time, tho moat true- to-llfe story ever produced. To those familiar with the methods of film production, one of the most unique phases of the work lies in the fuct that none of the players will consent to the use of a however dangerous the sreim. It they are to receive credit tho daring action, they insist upon earning it. To SOUTHKHN LEAGUE Vancouver, Get, official op- ening of the Pacific Coast Hockey as- sociation will take place on ttec. 8, at Portland, wtmn Hie eouver.'team plavs the Hose City sen- I Glonssop. tette and three days later the lid will I Blackpool lie pried off in this city, 'when the Victoria champions will play the ter- minals. The fourth animal niL-eting of (he Watford was held last night, whoa Reading............................ Portland's application for a lorth in! Brighton H................. j the league was accepted, were Exeter City clcctwl, changes were made in the JMillwail A....................... jruks, and the season's schedule draft- Swindon Town zfo I Portsmouth Frank Patrick, of Vancouver, was j Cardifi U......................... re-elected president ot -tjip Coast j Norilminpton leasiic. .Mr. Arthur.. J.. Smaill was re-1 Norwich C....................... elected secretary-d'Ciisur'er, while tlie! Plymouth A.................... 2 directors are Messrs. Lester Patrick, j West Ham U................... 3 Victoria K. V. Savage and- .Cleprgu i Luton T. 'J Keller, Portland, Ore. j SwiUiesid U..................... NEW-PLAYING RULES j Queen's Park R.............. 1 Two changes were made in the; Southampton................... playing rules of the' league'. One pro- GiUin.shiim hib'its the hotly ciieckihg oi au R........................ ponent within ten feot of the boards j Crystal Palace and the other stipulates nu offside Crbydon C....................... will he called from the goal keeper from tlie first section from his own The toanis will remain as at present seven .men oh a. aide, and the rule eUmimiUng on'swles 'in centre ice, which, worked .so well accomplish this, CJconst Larkiu lias dived with his hands tied together from a height of 60 feet into a bolllim, rook-strewn surf. -Miss Madison and L'! Mr. Walsh have heeu tied to a rock in ocfian. over which broke a surf so I1 j fierce that Uie ropes were fastened in 3 s ;i j place only after a battle of more than 0 f) i two. hours. ,In another instance, It was only the pompt action of those on shore that saved the lives of three of U. Li.rtj. the compaDy, when their water-fogged o U lo ftOTy capslsseil, as they were bringing it in' through the surf on rhe rock- bound coast of Point Loraa. Nothing daunted, they were back at worft within a few iniuutea. Not least among the thousand un- usual features of the series Is the work of Stephen Rounds and Henry Valiejo, the Gold Seal's cameramen. (I 15 2 14 2 H 11- 2 U '2 U 2 11 3 J 2 3 6 3 3 5 SCOTTISH LEAGUE W. D, Hearts Ayr I Celtic (fO 7 1 fi' a In a number of places it is necessary for Miss Madison, in the double role of 8 j Rose and .I.nditli, two slBters. to an- jjcjar in the same picture. The taking of the double exposure which this ne- cessitates would not he worthy of spe- cial note if it ivere not that in many instances it IB Imperative that the two characters actually hold conversations with each So perfectly have the films heen tinied by tlie camera- men that even the players themselves find it hard to -believe that Miss Madi- son is taking 'both parts, and that there are not two 'different people in :last. season will again be in .opera- tarn'." An important feature o! last nifht's Airrineonians meeting was tin: -anuoimcement that rhird the P. C. H. A. -would continue, to j St. work in harmony with the 'National Hamilton A. Hockey association. "Tlie agreement j Clyde enteror! into a year ago has united I Aberdeen the East and West in professional Dumbarton 'hockey affairs and we will continue Dundee. 'to co-operate with the eastern Falklrk announced one director after the niPet- i Raith R the film. 3 3 4 2 4 i 3 3 y.'i 3' 3 3 2 ing. BILL JAMBS WAS TURNED DOWN BY CLARK GRIFFITH Washington Manager Had Chance to Land Star Pltchor of Boston Braves New York, N.Y., Oct. "Bill" James, one of the heroes of the Braves' hurling 'staff and leading pitcher in the National .league, could have been wearing-tlie uniform of the Washington" club just as well as not. James told the 'writer this story the other afternoon: "In. T was with .the .Seattle club and was offered for sale by Manager Dugdale to Clark Griffith of the Na- tionals. I wanted to go to Washing- ton because I thought I could learn great deal from Walter Johnson. I knew I jiad speed, 'but at that time 1 did not know how to use it in order to get the best results. 'Well, to make a long story short, Dusdate wired Griffith that he had another offer lor me, and the .answer came back to let me go to the other club. That other clu'b 'was Boston, and that is why I- am here. -1 am glad now that Griffith refused to take me. YALE-HARVARD SEAT SALE HEAVY New Hnven, Conn., Oct. heavy demand for seats for the Yale- Harvard game, to be played in the now. bowl November .21, indicates that j the entire seats will be sold out long before the day of the ac- cording to a. statement today by the Yale ticket office. Par Lick T. Queen's Park Mobherwell Hibernians--..... Kilmarnock GOOD PICTUR'ES AT BIJOU The manageme'nT'Umt can give the the heat and latest of war pic- I tures is sure of the patronage of the 11 public. Those shown at the Bijou Theatre last night were certainly of the most vivid and 'interesting rtesT crlption, depicting-first the landing of British troops in France, with ar- tillery and horses.' There were'also exhibited some stirring pictures of the fight round Louvaih, and tlie public, perhaps tor the first .time, had some knowledge of what battle -cleans. The only fault, if any, that could be found, was that the pictures were not lengthy 10 AT Y.M.C.A. AN EVEN BREAK The iDormitory and Knox. teams split honors evenly in a league matcli- at the Y.M.C.A. bowling alleys last night. The first game was close, llnox carrying the victory by a nine-, pin margin. The neit game went to the Dormitory by 30 pins, a strong fin- ish by the winners turning a close contest into an easy win. Pulton Bon- nell was high individual 'bowler with a total of 343. Th; Scores Bonnell 178 McKain 12-1 Dormitory- Allen Nicholson.. Mcii'iyea 134 134 127 IBS 143 121 168 154 137 WILL FEDS BUY OUT THE CUBS. Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. Weeghnian, president of the Chicago Federal league club, conferred ''here today with Charles P. Taft, princi- pal owner, of the Chicago. National league team. That a possible pur- chase of Mr. Taft's interest was dis cussed was admitted, but further than this, no announcement was made. FEDS PLAYED TO III., Oct. tile Federal league played to per- sons according to.a state- ment made yesterday by.'James A. Gil- more president of the league before his departure for Nevf York, to attend the annual meeting ot tho league. ARCHER DROPS CASE Chicago, 111, Oct Ar chor, cntchci tor the Chicago Nation- and George B.rWolfson, whom he assaulted at a cHy aeries game be cnuse tho'-catcher ..thought wdlfepn was attempting to flirt witn Mrs Ar- char, agreed today that "it was a mis take' Arohor said he might have been mistaken, and Wolfson did .not prosecute Ifce cue was called KIUBANE GRADUATES Champion Invades the. Lightweight Clau and Will Box Msndot Cleveland, Ohio ,0ct. tions were practically completed today for a 12-round battle at Akron, Ohio, some time between November 10 and 15, between Johnny Kilbane and Joe. Mandot. tho Southern lightweight.'. The fight will mark Kfibane's entry, into the'lightwelgut division. HOCKEY STARS ON STRIKE The N.H.A. pros do not take kindly to the proposed cuts in salaries, .and several, of the -Montreal-stars, includ- ing the Clegnorn -brothers, Roberts, Hylaud and Pitre announce that they nil! retire from the game. NORMAN" Tho NEWEST enough, showing that the audience could not have too much o" a good thing-. Following the pictures 'was the in- teresting episode of "The full of thrilling incidents, interspersed with humorous situations. What was presented was altogether gratifying and was relished fay those present. GEORGIA MINSTRELS Those good, old-fashioned minstrels are here. Not the make-believe, white man imitation, but the simon-pure art- icle: Richards Pringle's, Tvith that array of colored boys from dear old Dixie Land. Sweet songs, nimble dances and cottonfielii pastimes. This, year they have a programme that is just brimming over with good things. They are at the Sherman Theatre to- night. A PROGRAMME FULL OF RICHNESS The Empress advertised "The Gamblers" .as a masterpiece, and. it surely proved a photo-play of unus- ual richness. There'is such an abund- ance of tone that one can feel the richness of the worn, and feel the texture of the ladies' dresses with every nerve. This piece will he shown for'the last time Grace Cunard, the Gold Seal star playing in "Lucille Love." will be at home on Monday and Tuesday, and in order to prove our former state- ments that "Lucilltt Love" is the most stupendous and the most expensive, as well as the most Reciting feature ever only serial with- out, a-rival in the motion picture world, on-the dates mentioned we will show the second and third install- ments of this'thrilling play, with "no advance in price. Thls is the feature that broke ail records for attendance wUiere other ao- called features have also been a feature that ]g all thrills, Hear the Hobo Tenor in "Last night was the.end of the He will be next week in a pretty repertoire of song. HE DIONVT TALK FOR 3 YEARS SO HIS WIFE ASKS DIVORCE New- N.Y.. Oct.; he had not exchanged a word 'with her ftfr three' years, although they had lived together and had eaten at the same table, Mrs. Lina Haller began action for separation against Charles Haller, part owner of the Haller Priiver iron works, in the Supreme oourt, Brooklyn. Mis. Haller, who made application for alimony, stated her. husband's income was ?6000 a year. In her affidavit Mrs. Mailer said husband broke his policy of. silence a; month aiifl that she hoped for a reconciliation but iuitead, she sultl, be begun to abuse and Inauit her, Sherman Theatre TO-NIGHT FUN Oh You Laugh Hungry! Richard Pi-inglc Famous Georgia Are Coming to Town headed by Clarence Powell The Highest Salaried Minstrel Star in America The Beau Brummei of Comedy And 40 Others A Revelation in Minstrelsy YOU'RE BOUND TO LAUGH! 75c and 25c. Scats on Sale at Medley's Drug Store. THE ISOSE FOR LOVEF "Ifs.a Long Way to Tipperary" Song and Victor Record Robertson's Book Store Next Lelhbiidge Hotel BRING BELGIAN FARMERS TO SASKATCHEWAN Regina, Susie., Oct. provide for tamUios of Belgian .agriculturists suecial oiiportunities for settlement in Easkatchewan'iB the object of a move- ment shortly to be inaugurated tlie Belgian relief committee. The plan i3 to bring only such families as have been engaged in farming in Belgium, and are likely to settle permanently on thn. lint, ivhen they cross the ocoan. Lieut.-Governor Bro'tvn, who has been a close student of Belgian agricultural affairs, has expressed his approval of the project. Don't Try to Paint Pimples But Use Stuart's Calcium Wafers and Completely Remove Them in a Few Days. You positively get rid of your m'm- ples and skin eruptions by taking Stuart's Calcium Wafers. These wonderful little workers have sured pad boils in three days, and some cases disease in a week. "Let Stuart's'Calcium'Wafers give you a finie, clear, transparent plexion, like this young lady's." They contain 'as their main ingredi- ent tlie most thorough, quick and ef- fective hloofl cleanser sulphide. Stuart's Calciir.ii Wafers have not a particle of poison in thorn. They arc free from venomous; opiaies. "Titis" ia tLuauiulcly guaranteed. They cannot do any. harm but they always do that you can see in the mirror before1 your own eyes in a feu- days after. Stuart's'Calcium you happy because your, face will be a welcome sight' not only to yourself when you look into the glass, tout to averybody else who knows you and Lalks with you. You don't want to -wait forever and a day to get rid of your pimples or other akin eruptions. You want to get rid them right now. Next week you may want to go somewhere where yon wouldn't like to have to take tho pimples along. Go to your druggist today and ob- tain a hox of Stuart's Calcium Wfctera and then watch all your face horrors simply fade away. They are" :sold wherever drugs nre sold. cents. A small sample package will e1 mailed'free by. addressing A. Stuart Co., 176 Stuart Hldg., Marshall, Mich. f THE CAJRD FOK DEATH! Cupid and Grim Death, in the form of a rose and a playing card play tag with each other around Alan Law, hero of Louis Vance' new combination Motion Picture novel. If you like to .read if yoa enjoy seeing something really worth DARE mist lly LOUIS JOSEPH VAKCE Days Commencing STARLAND, MONDAY THE EMPRESS THE HOUSE OF QUALITY For the last time tonight "The Gamblers" A 5 Act Broadway Star -Masterpiece such richness that you can feel the quality of it with every nerve of the body. War Pictures Hearst Seltg Weekly Monday and Tuesday Lucille Love "THE GIRL OF MYSTERY" In order to substantiate our claim that this is the moat wonderful series ever produced, a serial without a rival In the Motion Picture World, we have, decided -to allow the Second and Third Install- ment of this stupendous maoterpiecc at one and be convinced. The Holio Tenor will sing all next week the most popular songs of the day... BIJOU THEATRE Tour Last C'liance to SCP "THE SPITFIRE" Fnmoiis Player Comedy Drama in 4 Parts Latest War Pictures Scenes at the Battle of Louvain Troops Landing in France. The late Dr Tames Leslie, aged 83, of Hamilton, left four sons and one augnter._________________ Mrs. Eliza Cutlicrln'e Bureh.'df Bur- lington, succumbed to heart failure while boarding a radial car. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated 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. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritiolis of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is 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 lo convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY Ltoited ;