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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY- October PITCHER WHO BEA'NEDTHEM MCVEY LANG EASY VICTIM jCallies and Overseas in Charity Shield Final Handed Him Hay-maker in Second Round and it was All Off Sydney, S. Oct. Mc- Yey, American pugilist, knocked out Bilj of Victoria, in the second round he-re today. Lang's lUtnek and defence were poor and early in ihe second round he was floored twice. He cam? back after six seconds the first lime and then took the count of i eight. Me finally succumbed ;o a j right upper-cut 10 the jaw. The Cal-j ifornian was a r. to 2 favorite with the! persons who witnessed the fight, ij NEW LEAGUE LOOKS VERY GOOD TO BRANDON Monday afternoon, surfing at IUO the filial guino of thu Wright Charity Shield will tie played off at the ball park. The i-ity league champions, ihi> Cullies and the Overseas .will fight it out. Although football is on tho way for the season, like other' games played in the stiiiimcr IIUIT, then1 is a tremcndoitt amount of imprest being taken in this game Monday and there is bound to be a big crowd "out. Uoih sidos have n large following, which lend to make things interest ins-: by the way of rooting. The following are ihe Iim7-ups: Manner- niiiu, ttnEton. Oion. While. Hren- i, Page, Oliver. McMunie. Moore. Thompson. Alexander, I'at- terson and I in Eton. OVKHSE Home, Chrsholm. Holberison, .Million. Me- Ilvemm, Chiswiek, Freeman. vi'fs, .McKay and Joyce. I'layei-j are notified 10 be on huml at o'clock. Which Includes Winnipeg I and Cities Over the j Line i Urumton, Oct. hi! club buy iiKuk-, is evident hi ihe interest taken in the AliunesoKl-U'lK- I Winnipeg and oiher f'aciuilnn dilecl ismtiilK iulo llr.ii ctraiit. llrantluii lus: 'a retinal fforn the I'm' an of opinion uli ihe pro-! Interaaiioiul basatall proposl- lion. No reply has yet liae.il sivell but anvass of ilia Uramlon illi-eaors GAME LAWS OF WESTERN CANADA A neat Iltilo booklet, compiled for our anil made to fit the vest' pocket, containing Kiinio laws of Manitoba, Sas- katchewan. Alberta. British Co- lumbia and Ontario, also ulliur iBtitiil iiifortmiUou So ;he man. This booklet wit! be gltul- ly mailed with our tomplimcnis lo any desiring fumo. The Can- adian Anns a'iitl Sportiitj; Uooiis Co., Winnipeg. Looks Fine for Olympic Honors Next Year I'or liieru will.ua a ynir. is every iiuiiciuion now Unit lime aniony ;it sons 10 show (hat ihis ciiy ivili linve "Io gaiiws. lleciinse (leorge uasslKtll IIKCI year. Tile directors. 'Moulding, lirotty far behind on ihe L.lni, the. 1ms brain id U'eiib. Hie nvo best me I III' licds '.vine siltiiiK in III l' wniUiiji; hi sec wlii'llilM' Hi nld slop in (iuu- I'or 'llu'in t ilrmil (yum1, 1'lmk- (Irilllll titiu1 u'itli u jiilium .Iniiiinry an Indian, win I killoil all the uiipo.sinj; niim In tint on ly giunc ol ball lic.cviy pitched. Fink .v.ccwiliiig lii (irillitli, 'used lo catcl ilisli liy hitting them. rocks mil ;niic' day wandered into a park wlien .'IIns (loldbliic .were playing; the .Sagebrush Sluggers. i January thought the game wns ov (iM' when ihe players .slopped lo Hie miuuiger of (lie Sludgers u c lo mil n (.wirier, anil sUirteii across the Held. .They thought dial lie volunteering In'.s services, and so. Io make a IHIIR slaty shorl. lio pin hi ihe has anil (old 1 jlliem over as hard as lie could.' I The Insi man to Ihe ha I was .Jc j Pish, an Knslishnian, ivlio had once ;refused lo give. January a drink. Jau- jiiary's early (ruining came lo bin: I l he moment he snw Kisli at tile plate, (l-'ish was later takrn lo ihe hospital, jw'here he died making a will. I lolinny Sliirceoii was the am man jlu free .Innuarv. Now. Jolimiy mis jllie. town conslahle and lie and Janu- ary had hai! several disputes'as who was rminin.L; tlie police Always before Januarv had force, got the "WHITE HOPE" BUILT LIKE FITZS1MMONS to Cinc'imiali, Del. 27. It has oil-1 years of :nv life araii, u times been said that "One .must go whip the 1 am lii years Ol -j-" away from home to liml oul (ho aje. am! at (be end Ihrje y.ars I on" u'o 'basfS m-T new. I Ins old suyins aupiirs to tije will in my and .lack .li.hn- J_______ case of the latest white hope iliscov- son will he hack. I nl: ered in Florida. The fellow's miniL' is'the riiissiile af lii-uo. it 1 ever Fred Hates, and his home is reported get dinge into tile ring I will to be in Cincinnati. Hates, accord- him think thai Im-Ie Sam is ing to Hie wild yarns sent out after .lolinny Hull, with whom he seems to be so n.'neh in love, lie will never mi- by his line point where I will am sorry that molli- feels about it the way she ilo.'s louks good to the Ici-al iBiuium'uieut, an CMlolm- While everybody aillnlt'j effort will be made to get into Ihc- sujn-n'ority of the youngster from Uasue. If'not an aitemirt will he ihe Dominion, it is mnde to anothor interna- tioiml icasne with Grand Forks. Fiir- llavi? a" llls own SO. Crookaton and other places oil lor OMI ot H'o wilds of the Transvaal. verv '.lie deceased's past accomplishments. The third man up hail the misfor- tune of being called "Trout" HaoY- gin. There is a stone over his grave now. UVII, that the way Jan acted throughout the game. When At a ria.u uary H meet given bv M" mud ami because the You men who love outdoors ought to know o u r c a p s There's so ninny kinds of weather, when a hat doesn't belong and a snug fitting, warm and good looking capis just exactly the If you have thought ilhat there wasn't aiiy such thing as st.vle to a. gue'ss again! Then ;'s style gnd "class" in ev ery Eastern Brand Cap. You certainly ought (o see and when 3 'ou see il, nnd try it on, you'll buy it. Music and (Conducted by FIDELIO.) iXordlca concert this evening may with a" trip, b some iiikins correspondent in llie Soillli. lias, whipped both Miku Hchrei-k and Marvin Hart in private, of talk to the but as ycl has not appeared in the j light wildly. ring UK a professional. Hates must be CALGARY BASKET BALL TEAM PLAYS HERE ON HOLIDAY but I to bring back the a goofl liantl at spreading the or else the correspondent has all fpiunshin to the while camp. world's' records beaten for fakes li.ue, luis never had a glove on will, s or llart, and no one knows him in this even as a grabber u..... I The Calgary Hoys' Cabinet, of the V. -il. C. are to hold a conference with the local Hoys' Department. They al- 11 a Ililsl IntermeTlfai j-'D minutes and seeonds, and as the I I timing was reliable and tlie track I stury'isn'l much longer. I j correct, the HSISTOB will three inning.-: t on the books as a South African.re- lkili olf M'c Players nn the Oppo> 'd. It is 20 J-o seconds faster -than team, mid Ihen, as there was present American outdoor record. play against them ihe tbe credit ol" Franli Murray, yet it I'.d's mark for the distance made Larner In Ifltlu. A report of the of tbe "Erl J give it hero- iwith as follows: A horseman is ing homeward thro.ufh the depths of j ihe Ulack Foresl at midnight in a rag- tempest, bearing in his arms his lnw the appearance rid I children under sixteen upon t 'stage. However, ,1.1m management lad that the eh ance did not con before for clever L'ts the children we; j little boy. wrapped safely against the I and no Sluir- S''7 would with them n fa-ai basket-, tjrs_, contest is to the effect that -Vormaii the oilier team. slrenuou three years carrying around "f the local He has no use He has never Put vvo'Jlll li'i'e in rra'l the seal out abiv.ll. from Tac.pa. Fin., and .other Dimple of Ihe press ngcnt's is Siven below: "Disijwneil In his motlier ior'-'30 or 2-Ifl nmmiis. fiiLeiiiig upon a pugilistic career, 'for nine or women, with a ilclermiiiaiion snatch the appeareil profcssinnally, rliiml'iun.ihip from ihe black man, out shell men as Mike "'.Schreck u, 1'iei. tia.cs, Hie kid gianl of fiiu-in-p'our rounds. Marvin Hurt in six-md has just been uncovered here, jl'oro-il's prolese, Mc.Cree, a while 'me good acreage I iminN iiopc, with punch hefiffe the Ma., anil he it.irthr.se Country near "'s time in grubbing out theinati. i land for arm exercise, lakes four i "lie llas a water plunges a day. runs miles with t'offrolh, the promotel t, ml five more for wind, aml-.is ,to the Coast'November 1 ,'0i' about it systenintieally. juries of exhibitions, after which I have no linajicial j will return here ami resume his So will brin chain- t ill team lo play our ;Tboy will arrive- here Sunday night! vvou as1 lie liked, and had there, been On Monday at JO a.m. u.-.r-ars will be an.'" arts along to" imyli him be migbt read by tne OJgary boys dealing with have set up new world's figures, ot Doys' Deuartracilt St. Norman is not a newcomer ut for Hob plan and spccifica- Program will be contlnu'-d at 3 01 for the last three lions. weiBiis stripped followed open discussion- He Is said to have a fair style f.nd is lakimr At S Ml. .there will be two basket-i "8ver bee" cvo" time. hi, "etwees the Calgarv i alloiu i Inf. in V and ihe local department, from a mile to lh.it in three years his.other tr-.ween th-3 Blacks and Whites He "as spent nearly his'life isocialion. An admiEsion fee ot _5c will be charged for the dou-lm header. A crowd "Hates is (ml !'i years of ape. Me height, has a of ,S5 which is six even as a grabber j hincli or as hoilearrier. 'V110.it those who lvciBJls all llu- lS COBB E TO'HIGH HONORS? Ean Johnson Questions 1000 Percent- age Awarded Detroit star- Fined This Season i-iins and quest of game, so I by mc-mbers of that he never needs any training. lust 'ly when tbei'3 is a walk scheduled at Tiger star storm, held close for warmth safety. The "Erlkonig." or as we should say, "Elf' is abroad in the dark storm-racked forest. He cs- Pies the boy, tnk'os n freakish fancy compelled to iwirrl to nos-Juss the on V same child, ap.jroacl.es softly with coaxing on tin of non-appearance persuasion, offers piny- thiiiBS and ovcrylhlng ho can thiolt or to tempt tbe !ioy 'away from his lather ami conra with him. The'little one, however, is terrified, and shrieks to his father for protection. The fa ther while striving to Quiet his fears onward at utmost speed, s'fiet VJiin. to distance the. Kilmlly he reaches his door at last an> dismounts In fancied security, only t find the boy (lend in his arms. Pel haps the most impressive movemen of th'3 whole composition is that a at the younger agw, th'ay were u as good as thc.v aus today. Cobb, peerless Is Tyrus ;avaSo districts, hunting, shoo" JofalT'thTho'' "I all the honors bestowed upon h hc commission 1. 11 lallicr owns sis lOlies iron, Tampa, lesday nunonnced that he come ont of the and as soon as the contest i DAVIS TO MANAGE CLEVELAND NEXT YEAR Cleveland, Oct. 2T.-Harry Davis, first ba-Mman of the its suddenly subdued, solemnly mourn sa.d ami -I don' I waai any. a whole hog or none will, Billing to spend three of the. It hope that Jack I will not be able to takc best (bacon lo mammv baseball t'sam. .aim of Connie Hack, loday signed a yinirac-; to manage the Cleveland team of the Atncri- can league in -11112. i -I' year, to take in all tne big meets, the and the English eham- 'Americ wo, Ids champion Philadelphia being nrominent on the list. hmlViy He.utenant will represent the Johannesburg the tro] I Harriei-j. E. F. Bohan, an old time j I who saw St. Norman walk, percent I states that i.'j moves with a fine, free 'ed'diss' long stride. his hands very j has been reprimanded and national commission tlr'-j tnl close, when be stumls at the gon of his Cutile race and and gazes bj the light of his own homo fire into the dead face, of his child. All Gerinan students ami most vo ciilists nro familiar .'witli the text of mis dramatic song, which was brought P 110 tlie world's notice; ijy Goethe in Lobh is a grand tlie one of his most dramatic and perfectly an L-eagtie executive said yes- wrought, ballads This ballad "Schn- >mnem'S that ljert 'to !nilsiti in a moment of higli- nnt ee him. ButjCSj. inspii-ation. recognised its 'S ftJimm-anEe possibilities as a piano n.nm- Col.h has cans-It in the Detroit team and Are You a Slave If you are you are discounting Your Own Ability, Service and Earning Capacity TAKE THE NEAL THREE DAY TREATMENT POSITIVELY NO HYPODERMIC INJECTIONS 3 Dayi Tho N'eai Treatment conlnlus no polBonoiw drugs, no HiihHti- tnte arc no after so hannlew (hat a child could dike it yet the moxt effective rcm-- edy ever dlscovciail. In THREW every trace of alr-ohoHc poison is eliminated from thy system, find with it go all cravlne and desire for alcoholic liquor. 3 Day s THE NEAL INSTITUTE COMPANY, LIMITED v CALGARY 502 Seventeenth Avenue West and gave the song an instrumental which is even more effective than the original vocal composition. Th.e song la the outstanding num- ber iu Madame Nordlca's programme, I have heard her sing it many times with seizing si'.'iendor. Nordica Tonight H will he a noteable program offer 1 hy Mme, Nordica at her concer lonlght at th'a. .Majestic theatre. This superb artist is known as one ot" tlie greatest students of SOUK literature i Uie world, aud her program for this evening is a widely varied one. The concert platform t'aems to have chilling effect on the majority of op- eratic'stars, after the stage with its Ulusiona and scenic accessories, and they are frequently disappointments in that environment, but Mme. Nor- Uica shines as brightly in' concert as in opera. Slie is too great an artist not to teel what she -sings, and with her feeling ni.ust be expressed, in movement, faca and gesture as wei'i voice; slie disdains the con vein lions of the concert platform and her songs are acted as wipll as aung. The program wae published in these -col-. j last Wednesday. i in Knox ip-hurch Tomorrow Tlie musical paiit of the services i [Knox Church tomorrow will inchid tlie following: .Morning, anthems, "V Shall Dwell in the (Stainttr.) "0 Lord, How A lain i (Barn by aniny, baritone 'solo and cliora jtiaiictUB from Gaul's; Holy City, Mr. G W. FlemAig and invisible choir. Chor us "To "God Our SUengtli Sing Lo: and (Lambond.) ThaWksgfying" Day at' StarlVnd' .Monday being Tlmuksgfving JJa.t Ha Hand tnanagemen'C Itave prepare, an elaborate prograinitw for the big matinee "in thft afterrjuon and tin.' evening performance. Special holida attractions will be the .order and cordial fnvitation is extended to ont of town visitors to attend th? leople's favority theatre. Continu-: oil's performances will he given from J ji.m. until 1.1.30 p.m. This house ha-3 always s'becn a loade n procuring the best in photonJays iirt the high standard it has set will a fully ex-amplified during the holi- Iny A PROVINCIAL POLICE FORCE) At the Majeitlc Monday Ntxt The chior tbeatrlcal attraction of icxt week: in of Hie nvcnile Doslonlnna ut tile JIajestic 'lioiitre Tor 'Ihrec nighls beginning londoy ne.tl when that lively musical omedy "The Ttoste of Ulandeen" will given, followed the next evening y "Tito an operelta that us been winning warmoat praiso rom critics and music lov.ers in every 'tJT. This city .la fortiinale in having the ivenile Bofttoniona booked for the irrent tbeatrlcal Reason, as tlm.' de- anda for the (line have eon HO that Cosgrove and- the tniiiifigcrg were not able to eet by half the'good ofCorcd. Thla ia something Hint no.other jn- Muilc inuBlcul company in the eonn- n., Oct. that a prorincinl police forci'1 ill Va establi-ohed 'by the provincinP ovornme.nt in the near future. th.? provincial uncier the control of the license aiid-taUIzed chiefly for the en-s orcement of the ]fq.uor law. There i? some talk of .flxltindlng the detective orce and its scope! If thin Is done 1m s also possible that 'Detective Nichol-c son, a' well know'n mounted clothes ma.n, wnq hag hoen hf> yervice of. the provincial govern nent for some time, maj' take charge) f-the new department. Nicholson i videly known as' of the brsfi lain ulothes men in. m-est. and ha." ecu conspicuous in aoroe noted mount (I police cases. THE OVER- SEAS CLUB LethhrUlgc Branch Smoking Concert .in St. Aug- tin's Hall Friday, Nov. 3wl iif S D.m. The scrieral an- nual raeeting of the club will be held at. S o'clock sharp, when officers for the ensuing year will be elected mid Im- portnnl business transacted. 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