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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914' T H E L E T H B R II) G E DAILY HERA I, D PAGE THREE, FIELDER JONES LIKELY TO LAND HIM FOR ST. LOUIS TEAM St. Louis, Oct. .lohn- tun, pitcher for Am- ericans, is willing; to play ivitli tlic St. Louis league team (luring -eight of Joplin, who was siven the ]iopular decision at the end of 10 fast rounds. The referoe gave no de- cision. Chicazo, Oct. will lie no fight be'iwroi Freddie Welsh, light- wcight champion, and Charley Wliito. the local :batl.lcr, in Milwaukee on November' 9, unless the title holder [posts a forfeit with Promoter i Tom Andrews to show thai lie in- Ilends to go through with the.' con- test and make the weight.- Nate Lewis, manager of While, went nn tiic warpath when Jie. had loaimil positively that Welsh is to ncrt Ad in New York on 3. White's manager s-sseifc- cd he had cancelled worth of work for his fighter since this match was closed, while Welsh has not lived up to the articles of agreement. "Welsh owes it to tic public in this vicinity who support die game, lo to on the" battle ground at least two weeks before the light to Lewis said. "It is the Chicago public that pays the hip; money who will suffer. The fans in anil around Chi- cago want to sec Wslsh train, but they will not have confidence in him if lie treats the Milwaukee bout as a 'one-night stanii' afiair. "When we with Welsh, 1 agreed, to call off all matches alter .the Stanley Voakmn bout and Man- ager agreed that Welsh would before be met While. He Bias broken that agreement and be- fore White starts training Pollok rmist. post SlOOd.-to make sure of. going through with the fight." GARY BEATS WOLGAST Streator, Oct. Gary of Chicago outpointed Ad Wolgast, former lightweight-champion, in a 10- vouncl, no-decision contest here last night. 1 Maybe Retire Again Pa'ckey McFarlaml has decided to the boxing game, but be may his mind when ho finds Mike Gibbons again knocking on his door. Here is a 1-o-n-g 1-a-s-t-i-n-g, luscious confection to roll under your tongue with keen delight! The newest chewing gum EPISODE NO. 13. THE SECRET AGENT FROM Exasperated .it UK- li'.ilures, the Slar Chamber of the- "Black, Hun- dred" in Russia sends a secret agent, from that country.. -His ar- rogance and boastfalnoss of Ule success of his plan to secure., Florence rile 'Bralne and Olsa. The secret, agent goes plan Olga calls on Florence and during Florence's absence sees .'I letter that makes her Immediately lay plans herself. The secrot agent's scheme apparently works rushes Into the meeting- ot the "Black Hundred" loudly proclaiming that ho has Florence-- he turns to tear the wrap from her head and finds, not Florence but Qlga! Other Big Attractions DOUBLE strength Peppermint lots' of DOUBLE wrapped and SEALED- to keep it always fresh and full-flavored. Bijou Theatre To-night COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM A fine series of 111 addition there will be shown the following well-selected films: Mad Love DinklespiePs One of Pathe's thrilling RaKv romances. JJfiDj' The' Snakeville A roais Volunteers The light side of war, introduc- Ing highlv entertaining incidents A.rt for a Heart A very interesting; drama. 'Has Ljttl.5 Choice Having been beaten by both men. wonder .who Willie Ritchie will pull for when he watch-as Freddie Welsh and box in Mil- waukee on November 9. BARNEY OLDFIELD FIRST TO ENITER COAST CLASSICS Barney Oldfield, the veteran race driver, has made the first entries for the Yamlerbllt cup and Grand Prize races'to be held "at the Panama-Pac- ific exposition next February, He will drive a Stutz racer, possibly the same car with which, he made such a ant showing in the 500-mile race :tt Indianapolis last May, and at El- gin, in August, Play Canadian Rugby When the High' school hoys gather together this afternoon on the bar- racks ground to indulge in their, first whirl at rughy. foottall it will not he 'the first attempt -marie to introduce the game in Lethhridge. At various "times in the past five years there have been exponents of the gridirpn pastinic who come Lo the front and trier! their never suc- ceeded 1n. making their efforts-stick. One to get the {ranie a-going here was an exponent of ting- ligh-rugby, another-'of Canadian and another of the Anierican style of play. -Naturally there' was a clash and all were inniurmivcd: It Is understood that the High school hoys are going after the Can- idian slUp of iugb> lint is gooti. Ji is .not a question of wliich is the best, game of the-three, the Canadian 'or American it ib a natter of 10 the ijproper game rather, and thb one which'is likely, to prove the most en- during here. Some day we expect to he putting teams on to the field hove to do battle with the gridiron va'r- riors of Calgary and Edmonton and Canadian game being in vogue at th SP phtes it Irthbf'ilgt, to suit- ind thoip iS mother good too it it> tho Canadian gallic In past few years the Oana liar- style of rugby has heen copied in Ecveral ways arr6ss tlic line, and HI discussing tin: fact that the big east- ern college teams of the l.Jni led States arc hyginning to "o_ncn up" in their Canadian ttalter Cam" writes The football- season of 1914 has already taken on extraordinary lines of interest. Many explanations have been'given.of this and these explana- tions arc as diverse as the forms oi HIP truth oi the mitfr is that the open gime, so-called winch moans forward passing hut double iml t iplc lebmd line ind n ficneially muth freer Inndling of the Imll was certim to come, because all vhc signs of tlie times imlicaled that period wus L'ipe Eor it. "Jt is simply an addition to the 'jvrcsent highly developed American game or distinctive rugby -tootijal! through tlie development oi arid Canadian forcos. It's a twin of the famous and popular _. Made_ by '.the same Company at 7 Scott St., Toronto If you like the spicy flavor of fresh mint leaves, take If you like double strength Peppermint, try Use either, or both, for 1-a-s-t-i-n-g delight. A Package a Day Keeps the Blues Away! ci Canadian evaporated apples will not have much of a market in those from the States are glutting the market. "The Americans have g-game, which is far superior in its denniteness lo that of rugby. The .Canadians, are be- bstween the two, having the splendid passing features of, the rugby game and apportion o[ the dcfmitencss of the American game; in fact, their Iml! can be put in 'play in 'such a ai> to permit them to know snmcthiiii; of the outcome. I ho game hsi, lioen well ni lib passing fe itureb Hie weakness} in strict rugby is 'the scrum' or scrimmage, for their two lints form j a compact mass against each other, I in I Mlnle pushing tht-j endeavor 'o 'wheel or to heel the ball hick with lie fe-l evui when this latter endeavor is success- ful the hill docs hot: come any thing liKc pjeusion to a man in the bick field It is a bit or clnnce an I there is no a1 c c' possession of-the The American gamejias.two (Us i nctivelv strong features of pi ij tlnfe ue not in Kilgln namclj the for ward pisiniL aril interferences Just is soon is uu- teams real ue Hut tliey ran himlle the i all more troclj ind it to one an other as IlUfcbv plajcrs do, it once do it iml tliiia. ado the features of mspiralon to their attack which pnr-MSPs to most popular not ilone with the nlaj'rs, but with th? spectators i i H produce: a game possessing the extitmi; ami oshiHritlng features of the nigbv pissmg gillie and on top cf these will be itldeil the for- wul passing interference anil lent line work of the American style; As stated football is ripe for this development ami, in spite ot t le lacl that the defense Mill perhaps for a time rctaid it it will In the run, become the standard all-around plaj of the Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills exactly meet the need which id often arises in every family for a medicine 1 to open up and regulate the bowels. Not only arc they elective in afl cases of Constipation, but they help greatly in breaking up a Cold or Lit Grippe by cleaning out the system and purifying the blooil. In the same way they relieve or cure Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headaches, and other common ailments. In the fullest sense of the words Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are 47 A tfouiohold R.oroadj' Delicious Appetizing Uii; llavor antl aroma of llio clioioest hops with the blending of the hops with the hest selected barley malt, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one ot the most enticing bever- ages that the skill of man can produce People drink it for its appeal- ing for the lefreshment that it affords, ami tor the health that it gives; for. Al- berta's Pride Beer is beneficial in a variety of ailments. Any .good doctor will teU'you that. Uethbridge Beer is a pleasing beverage, 'it is a good appetizer and it IB. fine'for the digestion. Try a case ot it at home. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE 554 TYPE OF MONITOR USED AGAINST GERMAN LAND FORCES This type of ship purchased from Brazil has been used on the Belgian coast the powerful guns have harried the German forces on the land. The original. Monitor, was spoken of as a "tin can on a shingle." Modem monitors' retain Uie low-in-the-water feature. KIDNAPPED A GENERAL Austrian Commander's Device Had Unexpected Sequel Peiiogi id Oct Cossack felt of horsemanship is thus told by an of ficial from .Lvov An Alls trian general, finding his men unduly; terrorized by legends of Cossack prow ess: decided to teacjv'tlieni that the Cos sacl was only an ordinary soldier and ordered.them to take one alive at ali costs. This, after some lime, 'was done, and-the Cossack was brought bound before the general; who read his men a lecture from horseback and; explained that he. would prove that tlie Cossack, was nothing in particulai i Hiding the Cossack readily undei stood signs lit1 explained that he would' give him sword and that- he must show what he could do with it. Austrian soldiers cro'wded mound delighted with the fun The Cossack, whirled the sword gale- a cry which is' part of the language used by all horse-loving people of the world in all ages and lias a curious effect" upon1 the equine species, and suddenly leapt up behind the general. He forced the horse- to charge into the crowd of sotidiers, who, unable to i shoot for fear ot killing then own chief, made ready way for him. The Austmns surprised bv the curious ap purltidn sent a shots after the pair without effect, .and the gen- cial went into ciptiut) fully per suaded that there was after all some "mlical gbout these Cossacks FUNERAL OF HON. COLIN CAMPBELL Oct. 27. As simple and informal as, .possible, in keeping with the ot't-expressed 'of the deceased, -the funeral of Hon. Colin H. Campbell, who held such import- ant positions in the political life of the province Minister of Education, Attorney-General and Minister of Pub- lie Works, took place this afternoon, If you ire hiving (rouble with jour Ut incontin cnte or suppression of urine or pai i in UIL Stone in Ihc-'llliuMcf-fMakc Gin Tills- for S.i- evuj where sea EMPRESS THEATRE THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AN ALL FEATURE PROGRAMME. PAR. EXCELLENCE WILL -BE SHOWN CONSISTING OF SOMETHING GOOD. LOOK IT OVER. COLLEEN Special Attraction. By Dion Bouchicaults, 3 reels a gripping story of Irish hearts beautifully portrayed. The Rival Undertakers "The Vanrevels" Special By Booth Tarkington, 2 reels, taken from the novel of the same name LUCILLE LOVE A Vitagrapli 1 reel You will laugil during its en tire depiction. EMPRESS-SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA-NIGHT SHOWS ONLY, TENOR HOBO WILL EYES THAT SMILE." Gold .Seal Masterpiece, 1 real. 2nd reel 2nd instalment will be shown on Wednesday only AT THE BIJOU TONIGHT In meeting with the ponular dL mand the Bijou Theatre is tonight showing a fine selection ot war pic lures introducing amongst other in cidents the veteian Bobs reucuin. troops getting readv foi the front ind the Lord Mayor London cbe London contingent under the his- toric Totter of London. Four other 'e-Hures will he shown. The Snakeulle olunten- deputing ,1, comic strain the effeUb of the ind show 111% thi, uiles of tho volunte-i to set the opposition o his wife to his enlistm? for the front Those wno enjo> dnma and ro mancc will find their tastes cateiod for in Mad and 4it foi a Heart The element will be add-d to In Dinkleipiel i Babi The whole pioETimmc is manned out to be interesting, diverting and cnteitam ALL FEATURE PROGRAMME AT THE EMPRESS Coiieen Dinn a. Kalem three reel ipecial is an mteiesting and gripping itorv of hearts and sotils porlrajtng the love storv ot Ellj O fcnnOr, the Coil-en and Hafdress Cregan His mother nis cousin and ft halfwit Danny Mann are chaiacters in the storv which constitutes a liu man probable pla oE love and duts "The Two is a strpn'g 2 reel melodnma of and prim! love and clvilued devotion and veneration poitraymg liumar emotion yet, running so smoothly tin is is easily followed Tils Rival Undertaken" 13 one thonsiml feet of ftm enough jo> tonic to cure the worst cise of the The Hobo Tenor nlll slnB that PJJ'O Irish love song- Eyes Smile. MYSTERY" AT STARLAND TONIGHT of Pieceding Ifnrgrcaie traitor member of the 'Black daringly escapes their vengeance; myster- louslj disappears liom Ilirgreaies safe Tiie Bi icK Iiuudreu vo get it Tnei In to Kidnap Florence foiled In a midniglit raid on a are tricked by Mor- on irted they lure Florence to a flat but she escapet, Jones is dis remoiing a tin boiL from its thrilling motor boat clnse ends in the ising at the bot- om of the rlorenoe is lured to n old mansion, but is rescued TbB BLick Hundred' hire the auto ban- lits who kidnan Florence, but Norton annglj frees her and drives the ban- its car the rivei bank Das- ardb Iilans fail to kill Norton Flor- ence is abducted and taken aboard an ocean llnei Fai out at sea. she eaps overboard, and is miraculously eddied by fishermen, but her mind is a blank Norton is cruelly shanghaied and finds himself at sea Bralne re- captures sets fire, to he arc saved by the st-amer earning Norton away, and together escape back lo land Vroon and Olga, on the hgnj: Tor them, board the same train. terrible- accident happens Norton, re- turning to consciousness, finds Olga, but Vioon and Florence are gone. He dashes after them, is captured, HeB to the railroad tracks, but is rweaed fls the fast express thunders 4own, The treasure box is raised by the chor of a tramp sailor gdU to steal away with forced to fight and once again It rallt into the sea The "Blaelc atinrhwl" secure It and their meeting are in the act Of smaihJne when the lights go out, Panic sues, and with lights, thev discover thieo of their membtre The to couM Uie Ontario West ud operate it i Bjairaf' ;