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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 2fi, THE LETHBRiDGE'liAILY HERALD PACK THREE CANADIAN Argos Win Again Montreal. Ciue., Oct. out- nlaylni; their opponents for tho bet- ler part, of tho contest, the Montreal football team went lo pieces in tho final period and were beaten by Ihe Argonauts 22 to 3 in tlieir Four fixture on. the Westmonnt grounds on Saturday afternoon, before a. crowd of IttiOf) spectators. Tile result, combin- ed with the. Tigers' victory over Otta- wa, brings about a three-cornered Ue for first place between flic Argos, Ti- gers and. Montreal clubs, 'and the cchedule is just half-way through. HAMILTON .TIGERS MAKE HISTORY Ottawa. Onl., Oct. Tigers made history here on Saturday after- noon when they defeated the Ottawas liy a score of 2-1 to 14. It was their first win oa the Ottawa gridiron since the organization of the inter-provin- rial, and it squares accounts between the two old rivals in the matter of games won and lost from oue another, HS the Ottawas triumphed at Hamilton two years ago. It, was a clean mid fast Bame, with plenty of good punting and running thrown in, and the Tigers had the edge over.Ottawa from start to finish. COLLEGE' GAMES AT CALGARY Calgary. Alta., Oct. the closest ajid most exciting game of the senior interBCholastio. rugby season. Mount Royal college defeated Calgary .University on Saturday by the score of 15 to 10. TIE AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Alta., Oct. third game will be required to decide the rugby championship, as the Uni- versity or Alberta defeated the Civics on Saturday by a score of 12 to i, tying up the league standing. AT Y. M. C. A. GOOD BOWLING The Union Bank bowling team is the first aggregation or pla snillerB to reach the BOO mark for a total of pins in one game fti the V.M.C.. league. They did thla in the second game of their-iiiatch with .the Royal Bank after the Koyals had given them a taste of de- feat. Sloauo was the most consistent Ijo'nler of the 1ST and 176. Harris rolled the highest single game, knocking down 197. The scores: Union Jack............. 155 156 Harris............ 119 197 Collins............. 98 162 Poyat IlatiEch.. Maxwell...... Sloane...... 372 .131 156 1S7 47-1 515 144 141 176 4fi] Herald Beat MacDonald Co. In the evening the Herald met and defeated A. -MacDonald Co. two games. Roy Buchanan made a splen- did showing with 176 and 1S1, being easily high performer. The scores: MacDonald US 129 Barr............ SI 113 McNulty 84 9fi Long.-. McQuoen Buchanan. 131 107 17fi '132 1S1 MARANVILLE BETTER THAN FAMOUS JOE TINKER "He's the best shortstop the garoR "has nvftr known." "Better "than Joe Tinker, your old side he's better tha-n Tinker." That's what Johnny Evers said In Bostoa wiien name was mentioned at a fanning Evcrii has been given credit.for making Maranville the great play- er he haa shown.himself to be this season, but Johnny dcdaree-thie IE untrue, slating that Maranville learned the game and all its .fine points unaided, accepting advice and watchinc others. This admission, from Elvers' that En his mind Maranville is a greater shortstop than Tinker is about the highest p'raiss any one can show- er on the peppery.'Hltje chap who was such a prominent factor in the Braves' AMERICAN Bid KA.STI-IRX GAMKS Vale 7, Washington and Jefferson 13. Harvard 1'omi Ktsilc 13. Princeton Iti, Dartmouth 12. Pennsylvania 7, Carlisle 0. Syracuse 20, Michig-nn ti. Army H, Holy Cross 0. N'itvy '18, Western Kcnerve 0. MIDDLIO WESTUKN CJA1IKS Chicago 21, Purdue 0. 7. Ohio fi. Anies li, Missouri Illinois 33, Norlhivrsleni 0. 7, Iowa 0. Notre Panic 33, Suulh Dakota 0. Nebraska. 24, .Michigan, U NOKTHWESf OAMKS fid, Ajrgirs ri. Washington .38, Whitman -7. Oregon 1-V Idaho 0. 0. A. C. 7, W. S. C. 0. Yale Defeated NRW Haven. Conn.. Oct. ington and .Jefferson's sturdy eleven, nlaying brilliant football, furnished the first.real surprise ot the season here, by utrieuuiig Taie tonay, i3 to 7, in a game filled with tbri'ils. T.lin visitors smotlfered the Yale at- tack after the first, yerlod, and kept the blue mostly on the defensive for the remainder of the game. Princeton Opens New Field Princeton, N.J., Oct. opened the new Pnlnier Memorial ataii- iurn here today with a Hi to 12 victory over Dartmouth. Tho game was crowded with thrills, thtere being two blocked punts, one of which gave Princeton touchdown. A brilliant run of 75 yards by Ghee in second period, when Princeton had 18 points, scored Dartmouth's! first touchdown. The successful use of tlie forward pass, coupled -with a smashing line at- tack, gave her BIX points more just before the game c'iosed. Harvard Nearly Beaten Cambridge, Mass., Oct. narrowly escaped defeat today by the Pennsylvania state college team, which outplayed the Crimson in all depart- ments of the game. The scon; was a tie, t.o IH. For 46' minutes Penn- sylvania State drove the Harvard var- sity substitutes about the field, scor- ing a touchdown and goal from the field in the first minutes of play. The visitors outkicfeed and but-manoeuvred flia but lost a chance for victory through two cost- ly fumbles. Philadelphia 7, Carlisle 0 Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. for- ward passes greatly aided Pennsyl- vania in defeating the Carlisle Indian football team on Franklin field today by Ibe score of 7 to ft. The Indians fairly carried Pennsylvania off its feet at the beginning of lost their power of attack in the ;jast two per- iods. Syracuse Upsets Michigan Syracuse, N.Y., Oct. the first big'international football game of the season, SyraeuBe defeated Michigan here today by the score of 20 to C. Army 14, Holy Cross 0 West Point, N.Y.. Oct.. Army defeated Holy Cross today by a score 14 tt> 0. The game waa hard fought, the visitors showing unexpect- ed strength on the defence. Twice during the first half the Army was held on the visitors', oneyard mark. Cornell 28, Brown 7 New York, N.Y., Oct. defeated Brown here, today, '2S to 7, the Providence collegians heing out- played in every department of the game, with the exception of Forward passing. Navy 48, Western Reterv-c 0 Annapolis, JId., Oct.: form which was sadly missing during their last two games, Navy today overwhelmed _ Western Reserve uni- versity of Cleveland; 48'to 0. Chicago Shows Title Class Chicago, 111.. Oct. with old-time dash and Chicago gridiron champions swept Purdue's stalwarts off their feet in. the crucial battle of Stagg, field today. In a tri- umph of old, straight football, helped by the best of the breaks in luck, the JIaroous downed the Boilermakers, to 0. BACK FROM Young Kay lor, tho In'Mar-npoliA lightweight, who caused such a sen- sation in Australia hy his nuxny knockout victories and two great 20- round .battles with Young Shugrue, of Jersey is back in this coun- try and ready." for .fights.. Savior ed in San Francisco the, other ilay, and will-.start .training, MIGHTIEST ARM IN BASEBALL IN AWFUL SHAPE Jimmy Archer ol the Chicago Cubs, Is the fastest-, the most deadly of throwers to the'vases. He is the nonr pareil of all catching wizardry, and his height, medium his weight, the. same. Mis throwing arm What world, of seeming contratliction in that arm First .of all, the arm is permanent- ly bent and stiffened at the elbow, ft is impossible for the great catch- fr lo straighten it is lully an inch shorter (ban the Icfs. The fove- atm is deeulj mlgeil and from .Ihft effects of lerribh: burns sns- tainerl in an accident at a cooperage] works at hit homi- in Toronto Itw fiaml itsrlf hni b-cn Icarfnllv bittsred n> foul tips, wild shoots and the various fatalities tliat lurk for unwary catcher.. The thumb has been dislocated, and- the joint is swelled to double its natural size. Tlie index linger has been broken m- less than four times and every joint is gnarled and bent. inc of I be second linger been iliattercrl on three occasions thr> thud onci-, the little finger bas, Iron dislocated Kcyefal times and its joints creak like a "rusty hinge. Lastly, the elboM Ins suflpii'ij i compound frac lure. J.I wpulil be hard to picture >an arm so liVtle ada'ptol to throw inr; the ball or'accu- And jet Ibis misshapen, tererl arm is most dearllj, the most on tht circuit. LEAGUE IN GOOD FINANCIAL CON- DITION REPORTED AT AN- NUAL MEETING AT New Vork, Or.l. Federal league will foittiiiuc its course wilh ihc assiiraiuL- ni suljKtantial linnnt'iul hacliiiig, reg-.ifdlcs.s ui inuy or may mil. bs doni' by nrgaiiizctl base- ball." This was tlic announcement mil if tonight by ('resident (lilmoir after an all-day scssirai of the club owners ol the here bad ;.d- lout ncd. I'rcsidcnt CilliKirc said tlial he iiail received n list o( major h-nguc players from "Larry" Schlalley of Hie llulfaln dull, all CJ whom are rc- porte-ll to hu willins t" go over lo the new .During tho day the champion- ship pennant was awarded to the !n- dianaiiolls club. As ii lo impress tbc olilpr leagues with the idea thai, the Federals liid come to stay, .James A. (Jilmore was re-elected president fur a term oi live. years. In addition he was selected to serve as the secretary lor a similar period. Robert B. Ward, president ol the UrooVlvn Federals, was elcctcil vice-president, and Lloyd nickel, treasurer, each fur a term of live ALMOST FAINTED IN THE STREET 111 Daily Fear Of Qeatfi-M ''Fruit-a-tives" Brought Relief. CHATHAM, OUT April 3rd. 1913. "Some two years ago, 1 was ;t great sufferer from Indigestion. One day my eye caught a tjiSllioard of "Fruit- a-tivea" and I said to myself "if Hmit-a-tives will bui'd me up like it is good enough for I bought some. After taking these wonderful tablets for only three weeks, I found myself wonderfully improved. In a short Unic lonfier, I cured myself entirely. My case no light one, either, would often form in my stomach ;ind I was in daily fear that' it would get around my heart and kill me. "Fruil-B-tivt-s" is the only remedy for C. T. HILL. 5oc. a bos, 6 for 50, trial size 251-. At all dealers or sent on receipt nf price by Fruit-a-tivcs T.iuiited, Ottawa. and Fii'sl Instalment ol The fviasier problem Play, in Fifteen Instalments by Louis Joseph Vance Author (if "Tho Mrasii Howl......i'lir civ. It important ihal you the first inslalnvmt and prologue of thin won- derful serial, as yon will surely want to follow it at'tor licftrinrr the many favor- able cummeiils of your friends on this production. The only Serial which rivsils "The Million Mystery" IX GOOD F1XAXCIAL CONTJITIOX President (Jilmorp statol that Hie reports oi all the clubs as read at the meeting showed that the league was in a satisiaclol'i linancial condi- tion and that ihc sentiment of the club owners was unanimously in iav- or oi continuing the organization alone the lines originally laid out a year aco. He denied t'nal- any initia- tive had been taken by the Federals looking toward peace with the Na- tional and American leagues, or i bat diaugts ir. the present circuit had been discussed at the meeting. Twelve players wbo linished tht sea- son with organized baseball have signed Federal league contracts for 1015 and six or eight more arc ex- pected to enter the new league with- in a short time, according to morc. He siiiil that the league had failed to secure Burns, Tcsrtau and Fletcher of the New Vork Nationals, as h-.ul been hoped, because each was bound by a rhree-ycar contract. rumor was current that arrangement of the circuit would be made, eliminating several of the long jumps and unprofitable cilics now in- cluilecl in the organization. Thare was no indication of a peace move with the older organizations. Macleod, Oct. mm- iimil sittings of the Sunreme Court will iopen here on Tuesday next, with Mr. i i Justice -McCarthy presiding. j i The docket is a very light one, only 'four cases being down for trial, thp j list being as foKows: j Hex vs. Nels Rex vs. i Ilex vs. James Boll, for disposing of horses which .had been mortgaged. Ilex vs. Neville k Huston, for a like j offence. Neville Huston formerly proprietors of the Stavely Hotel, but the hotel is now being conducted by Mr. Huston. A brewing company is the complainant in this case. Monday UJ O IP aura IT c1 viiif ATnr1 EMPRESS THE A1 RE Tuesday Moose Jaw., Oft. on; ti'-.c suggestion from one ot the mem- ifaers of the Saskatchewan Grain i Growers' association, the central or-j is making a unique patri-1 otic appeal to l-te farmers of this province. The apnral is that each j grain grower will set apart one acre; of land to sow with wfaeat next spring, the proceeds from which will i be gi'ven lo the .patriotic iund. The ;central organization has atloptcd this -plan as it appeals to tihem as a iair j i one in which all the fanners, whether 'they had a poor'crop this year or i not, may take part. As the assoeia-i ticn has'8150 locals, it is anticipated' Uiat the acreage under cultivation for patriotic- purposes will he U D Absolutely the Greatest Bargain Ever Seen in Instalments of the Sensational "Lucille Love' i Theatre in Series Will Be Shown. SERIAL TWO Lucille deseris the hy- droplane and makes a nerve wreckin.u1 laml- on the boai. 1 n try- ing lo disarrange they wireless Lou is injured. Lucille offers to nurse him Try as she wight she is unable Jo locate the pa- pers. A fire on hoard. Lifeboat- wreck. Saved hy a spar and landing OH South Sea Islands. SEMAL THREE .Lucille is caught l.iy sa- vages, nurses the chief's little daughter lo good health; has the sacred amulet given her: is worshipped by the na- tives. Lou. Bouque also is saved, seeing the hon- or conferred upon. .Lu- cille, hates all the more. Lou Bouque put snakes in I he lint, of .Lucille. However Lucille makes her escape. :i. SPECIAL MUSIC ADVANCE IN PRICE "THE SONG THAT REACHED MY HOBO TENOR Bring Wealth Quicker Anything in Agriculture TWO BRAVES GET EACH Cottr-sll and Martin Overlooked by Teammates Pitolier Cottrell am' Inflelder Mur- tin didn't come in for full shares when the Braves received their world's series plunder. Instead each was slipped 5500 by Manager George Stallings, his personal gift. Tlie Boston players named a com- mittee to divide the money nnd to ar- range presents for trainer, ground- keeper mascot, etc.. The committee decided that as Cottroll played in only one game during the season, while Martin never did anything out warm the bench, they had nothing coming to them. "Around and 'Round and 'Round" Reading about the Honpo-rnman bil- liard matches furnishes almost as many thrills as watching a kid mount- ed on a lion trying to catch a.nother youngster riding on a swan on a mer- ry-go-round. Should Have Restrained Hank If the Philadelphia Pitchers were real smart they would have gotten out an injunction restraining Hank from busting the ball. Double X Prevails The criss-cross is a favorite play, in football, but in tlie war game the double-cross seems to have the call. ALLIED TROOPS FIND BODY- OF PRINCE MAX OF HESSE Calais. France. Oct. course a description of the recent fighting in north France must not contain any names of places, on account of the cen- sorship, but from a small town comes this story: "In this district some troops enter- ing a small village, held strenuously for several days--by..-the Prussian troous, came, upon the body of Prince Max of Hesse. He had been lying there dead for three days. The body- had been stripped of everything but. the tunic and socks. There were five made by revolver bullets in the body, and all of them were from behind. "A rough coffin .of deal boards, made lor the for threo days he .lay in the rude open coffin in an outbuilding of a farmhouse. The body has been sent to the German KITCHENER DISGUISED AS WOUNDED SOLDIER Winnipeg, Man., Ocl. is news from London, HJngland: II. G. White, who 1ms come direct to Winni- peg from the Motherland, says that Lord Kitchener returner) from his trip to France disguised as a 'wounded Bri- tish soldier. He also lells-aboul. the wire netting that has been placed over and around the Ijomlon imstoffice and many other buildings In the capital to prolect them against bombs, how the streets of London are almost in black- ness at .night, nnd how the sky is mo- mentnrily scoured with flashing searchlights or. the look-out for- Zep- pelins. .Mr. W.hlto Is registered at the Royal. Alexandra hotel.' Mr. White is oonsn' foi the Permian goicrnment at Vancouver, nft. Chicago, Oct. will "vcome more quickly to.the young farm- who be of 13 bushels per acre, as this year, jrajsjllg ilogs than any other branch of would mean (iOO.OOO bushels of grain, i farming ne may choose. E. T. Cash Mof St. Louis nmde this assertion be- fore members of the American Meat j Packers' association attending- tbft i annual conveniion here. j There is more money in raising hogs i than in other branches of farming, ilr. 1 Cash said, because they can be fed. i more cheaply and demand In the mar- i kets of the "world is daily increasing and 'will continue to increase. High Ottawa, Oct. regard to com- prices, he asserted, would prevail in- plaints received, more particularly definitely. from Western Canada, that certain j districts have been asked to contn- j _ bute each only a few members ut- --_ ,Y second Canadian contingent, half of JUDGE SERIOUSLY ILL which will go forward in December, it is pointed out in the militia dc- Cranbvook.. B.C., Oct. u. plrUnLt that the call -sent out ap- H. Thompson wife f piies only to the infantry force. When i sonfj is seriously ill at St: Eugene nob Lord Kitchener Canadian force STARLAND'S NEW -SERIAL .BE- GINS TONIGHT VANCE'S FAMOUS STORY Those who will witness the first in- stRlment of "The Trey o' Hearts" at Stariand tonight will find it .hard to believe that the dare-devil escapades of the first episode are- eclipsed by what follows in the aiicce'edi'ngiiiistal- raents. It is true, nevertheless. As each chapter is finished it .develops has now inspected at Salisbnrv i giments. These will practically .allbe of .Vancouver is the special recruited in Western Canada, so that her 3ary services will be held u Knox presbyterian Sunday next, pjt beins j Clark of Calgary. On- the Monday i lowing Mr. Clark will' lecture on Joan KniaT superintendent of tlie Leaf collieries at Hillcrest, that the feats performed in more startling than those preceding. o' Hearts." which was taken Louis Joseph Vance's famous j story, is the only serial which is a j strong rival to the popular "Million Dollar .Mystery." There will be many who will like "Trey o' Hearts" better than "The Million Dollar Mystery." The first installment is in. three large reels and every person who wishes to follow this great serial master proh. em play, should make to be as early as possible at Starland tonight. :t .is safe to say that; the. opening chapters tonight will startle yon as you have never been startled by a jlay of any kind before. recrue n her at .'least two or three additional wcs- Aimiver3ary tern rojiments arc almost certain to u Knox presbyterian Sunday next, get an early opportunity to go to the [he pulpjt beins by Rev. J. A. front. j Clark of Calgary. On- the Monday fol- EMPEROR'S SON DEAD -son of'the German Emperor Jr' spent the week-end at his home ian a son of the Herman jumiierur, has been disposed of in a report.given A A Macllinnon son clvde out bv the official Information.1 bureau today" In this it is announced that the prince, a yoime of years, was mortally wounded October 12 in the hard fighting in .the-neighborhood of Mont Descarta. He was buried on the grounds of fhe monastery crown- ing this .hill, together with three Bri- Us officers and some Germans. THEY MURDER Drinker Drug Users and innocent children who make, rely or act upon the perniciout claim that the serious condition of alcoholic or nar- cotio drag it HABIT." "In support of this saya the Hon. ,1. E. Bniee, "1 refer to the medical and scientific history of the world and the bitter experience of mankind which proves that the poison GIVE SWIMMING COLLARS TO'C'R'EWS oT WARSHIPS of Drink or'Drugs retained in the sys- tem causes disease and untimely leath left this (Sunday) afternoon for. Van- mver. Rev. K. Thompson returned'Sat- urday from Nelson, where" he had been in attendance at the Sunday school coavention.c London Oct. the Admir- alty is tuKy alive to the necessity of providing a means for the crews of waships, that strike mines or are tor- pedoed by submarines to escape drowning, since other warships are prohibited going io their assistance, is shown by tlie announcement today that the Admiralty isr arranging for a general supply collars men of the fleet. strncted that the collar shall_be car- ried on their peisun iuoj ifo awake and kept Inflated and near, each individual wheii he. is asleeu. DENVER MILLIONAIRE GIVES BIG SUM FOR RELIEF WORK Denver, Colo., Oct. Do your duty to self, relative, or j Heed, millionaire of Denver, anuounc- friend Tho Neal Treatment eHmin-jcd tonlsnt that he bad cabled'agents ates the poison from tho system, cre- ates a loathing for liquor or drugs iiid'sooii restores normal mental and address Avenue physical, conditions For full Information call or The Neal Institute, S20 nth West, Calgarj, Phone V> 4 >2.j SO NEAt" INSTITUTES IN PRINCI PAL CITIES Paris and Berlin to turn 6ver 'to thfi relief work in France and Ger- many all-the funds: lip has on deposit in bank? of those countries. Mr. Ueud declined :to state the ex act Amount Involved, but it la said to be in excess of This, it is be- lieved, Is individual con- tribution tliat lifts been made to the re- i by auy TO VOTE IN WETASKIWIN Bye-Election Will Be Held on Novem TO-NIGHT LOTS OF COMEDY "Rastus' Riotous Ride" "Slippery Slim's Stratagem" "The Fatal Portrait" 2 PART DRAMA The Story of an Actor't Love Daring Getaway Edmonton, Altn., Oct. writ lias been issued for a bye-election in the Wetaskl'win riding to fill DEACOW TO RETIRE Winnipeg's Chief Magistrate Won't Contest N-ext Election Winnipeg Man Oct 26 T. in Deacon informed his supporters this morning that he would not- run foi re-election to the mayoralty chair at the next municipal election Mr Deacon has bean mayor of. Winnipeg the WetasKl'wm rifling to nu Deacol, .Oe8ii may cniicy in the legislature caused bv the, [h t two years death ot the lato memlier, Charles Olin. Nominations will be nicle on November 10. and till- election if ne cessary on November IT, The Lib- erals of the riding will hold a conven- tion next to nomimte a can didate. The late member was a Lib- eral. CANADA'S WAR GIFT LYING ON DOCKS FpR MONTHS] London, (M .Standard states _iO 000 of flour and 4.000.000 pour is ot cheese a "war giCtj to the Mother from Canada, iias been h mg on tae ijondou docks "or tlie nait two months, because of Jie difficulty in who is re dponsible for the handling It has leen abcei tamed that crnment Hoard 19 responaibie, ami itt> be ill edTtor he officers and ornmen. Hoard ,s and its the eet. Tlie men are in- membcrb are bus, considering i to be done with it It is possible that of H will he to the Belgians in London. CATARRH IS It has been said that every third person is troubled with catarrh in some form. Science has showti that nasal catarrh indicates a weakened condition of the body, that the secretion of the mucous membranes are quickly affected, and local treatments in the form.of snuffs and vaporfc do little, if any ijood To currea catirrh ou should treat its cause bv enriching blood nithttie oil-food in Scott's Emulsion which medicinal a from J 14-75 Delicious Appetizing With: the flavor and aroma of the choicest hups and the blending of the bops with the best selected barley malt, you .have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of the" most enticing. bever- ages that tin- suill ot man can produce People drink It for its appeal- ing flavor, for the refreshment that it affords, and for the health that it giies for Al bcrta'rs Pride Beer is beneficial in of ailments Any good doctor will tell sou that Uthbrldse filter bei erase, It 111 flood and H Is tine for Try cane pf liome LethbMge (Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE 154 ;