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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEUALI) PAGE THREE UNION OF FEDERAL AND p NATIONAL LEAGUES Clubs in Brooklyn, St. Louis, Pittsburg and Chicago Will be Merged According to Chicago Reports 'i: Chicairo, Oct. papers mint today a story that arrange- incuts have been- reached undci which the Federal league and -the National league, svill.unite..U'hc story lisiied; upon the. return o! President We ehlnan, and Vice-l'resideut .Walt- er of the Chicago.Federals, troin Nov.- wbcre' they have been ior three, weeks. The peace plan, according to the story published, includes the possible purchase of the New York Nationals by Harry Sinclair, owner of the .new- ark Federals and the union of the National and Federal teams of Brook- lyn, St. Pittsburg and Chi- i-cago. The grounds at Newark would be used by tlic (Hauls on Sundays. i The Brooklyn Kcilcral league 1 imnmils might be turned over to the league and agreements club to go into Haltimorc arc includ- ed in the plan, tlic papers say. IIEKUMAN IS-NBUTliAL Cincinnati; Oct: Au- gust Hcrrnian, ol the National Com- mission, .when told today' of the report I .that peace terms hail''been.reached 1 between tlic National and Federal 1 baseball leagues, said I "1 can say nothing or rather, I have nothing to say. but it is story worth Fred Kelly Sustainn Broken Leg in Football Scrimmage in California Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. Kelly, world -champion hurdler, and Leo of the University of Southern California football eleven, iire out of the game for the rest of the season, with broken legs, according tortile information given out today. Kelly, star half-back of the team, was Injured in a scrimmage, last week. Ijivernash sustained a broken leg in the game with California last Satur- day. Although Keljr's Injury consists of a fracture near the left ankle, a doc- tor who attended-him said today that it would not decrease the athlete's ef- ficiency at the' hurdles. jEMenfls, how- ever, wore of the opinion, that it might seriously affect: him when he competes in 'the National Amateur Athletic- meet at, Newark next Bum- DESIGNER DIES London. Oct. ..Michael Katsrey, the veteran yacht de- signer, who created the first British challenger for the Am- erica's cup, and likewise the schooner Cambria, which de- (Gated James Gordon Bennett's Dauntless in the famous race from-Queenstown to New York, died in retirement, yesterday, at Kingston-on-Thamea. PITCHER WEDS New York, .N.Y., Oct. Perritt, Giants' pitcher, had a ne batterytmate today. "Poll" was mar ried recently to Miss Florence Blake 21, and by so doing becomes a oro tber-in-law of his brother Giant pitch er, "Jeff" Tesreau. The couple wil go to Perritfs home at Brycelands Ind., for the Winter. Made To Measure Ceitainly, we make Suits and Overcoats to individual measure. Tins part of our -noilc has made many good friends for this establishment. The unusually large number of patterns that we are the certainty of getting perfect fitting two attractive reasons why we should make your Suits and Over- coats to order. a7 McKelvie McGuire WINE AND SPIRIT-CO Closing-Out Sale PARTIAL LIST OF QUOTATIONS FOR UNBROKEN PACKAGES with order, and subject to the gootU being on hand tlme INVALID WINES Gllbejrs Invalid Port, pci nse of 12 quart bottles SI200 Gilieys Jmallfl Port pei cisr- of u pint oottles St Davids, 12 qt hots Violet Tieres Byrrh Wine 12 (luart bottles CLARETS (Nath A Sum) St lullen, per case of 12 quart ibottles Pontet Canet 12 qt bota 25 rimlea.ux 23 quart bottles SAUTEUNES N lohnatone Sons, per rase ot 12 quarts W50 N Johnttone Sons, per case of U bints BURGUNDIES Sparkling Burgundy, Red or Pink, per case o'f 24' pint bottles S1SOO Still Burgundy, In pints only priced from S900 to CHAMPAGNES Miimms- Extra Drjv-per case of 24 pint botHes Ackermann Lawrence (Dry Royal) 2" ;iit bots GUINE38' STOUT Dog's Head Brand, per barrel of 8 dozen pints 75 BASS' ALE W. A. Foss ft Jlrotlier, per bar- rel S pints OLD TPM-OINS Booth's, case 12 Wilson's, caao of 12 qfa "You and I are going to be friends once you've' worn my gloves. Because I know you want comfort as -well as long wear in your working "I make it my .business to see you' get both: .full measure. There's a Bob Long Glove designed to fit your designed, because it takes a different, glove to throw a rope to what a lineman needs or a motorman. BOB LON6'-.'CLOVES are scorch-proof and boil-proof and almost wear-proof, and are the only UNION MADE Glove in Canada, costs less to wear than any other kind and are guaranteed to give satisfac- tion or the dealer hands back .your money." R. G. LONG CO., Limited CAN YOU Borrow Money on your Life Insurance Policy? It not, better take out one at once with the MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE Co., of Canada whose .policies all have a defi- nite loan value, increasing from year to year. "If it's Life Insurance, It .MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. CHAMPIONS BEIN WHITE AUTOS LOSE TO BARKER- GILMORE TEAM AT SAN DIEGO INJURED PLAYE.R'S CONDITION SHOWS .IMPROVEMENT A CHEERFUL PATIENT Toronto Glokc "Glad" Murphy, the injureu football player, had a verv good night on Saturday and a day yesterday, and Dr. Smirle ,awson'reports his general condition ml the action of his lungs and heart as steadily improving, though the i paralvsis shows little change. At Saturday's game the Marquis 01 expressed to Dr. Laivson a1 desire to call on Siurphy, and a visit was arranged yesterday afternoon, the distinguished former Governor- Chi San 'Diego, Oct. "38. The BarketGHIinore- team of San Diego lefcatcd the White Autcs of Cleve- land, touring amateur champions of the United Stales, here today in a sens-vtmml girac o to 1 Minnis was knocked out" of the box in the second iuning, when the home teani found him for six hits and four runs. At- kins was .caught at the plate in the eighth inning when he attempted to stretch a triple into a home ter scoring two runners. Score R.H.E. Barker-Gilmcre .010 13 White Autos ......000 Oil 0 0 and Pike Minnis, Crowlev and Fohle WOMEN PLAY HOCKEiY Same All the.Rane in Philadelphia Just Schedule Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. the c-Jose of the'golf and tennis sea- son milady's activities .in the field of snort from now until the ar rival of the tea dansant and fox trot season, to. hockey. The first games in the Women's :Inter-Club Hockey league were played last week, the cbampidlT Philadelphia Cricket club defeating- iMerion. and Haddonfield, nnd. Germantown splitting, even, with. Landsodwne at Menhelm and losing to Merioh at Haverford. As these Two loams were the chief contenders for championship lion- ors last year, Philadelphia has ob- tained a good start toward retain, ing Its title. The schedule! calls for twenty- five games, "the season closing on November 20, when All-Philadel- phia plajs Bryn Alawr College ineral being accompanied by Mayor lurch, Mayor R. P. Waugh, of Win- Heron of nipeg, Squire-Cohen, Major Hi the 'Vrgonauts, Dr. Dwycr anil Dr. Lawson. They found the patient very cheerful "and appreciative of the inter- est in him. The Marquis of Aberdeen expressed the regret felt in all quarters over the accident, especially as "Glad had previously entered the service of the Empire, hut he hoped that with the fine physique ui'l good constitu- tion possessed hi the victim of the injury he woull cientuallv nc itbtor- ed to his old capabiliti He left a hcautiiul wmch Ladj dem had sent, with her best? wishes for a speeh iccosen Mrs Wurph) tl e pitient s mothci and the Mother Superior of. bt. Mi- chael's were presented -to the Marquis before leaving the hospital. SKETCH of mm Frank who, by virtue of his recent victory our Jim Coffey is ic gar-led as a V illard s oppon cnl (or the hc'm -weight c'ainpion ship, is 28 jeais ot age, and a seasoned fighlei Moran has fought all the topnotch ors in the division in eluding Jack Johnson when he wab the champion Uthough Moran has not deieated all his opponents he nevertheless been a consistent winner in the last two or three jears Besides being i cltver boxer and an excellent ring strategist Moran can hit hare! and accurate w th either hand Also, he can take a punch, and is as game as thcj make them Two jcars ago he knocked out Al Palzer in rounds m Ivtw York Since then he has fought in England a number ol times and won all his bouts in a clean-cut and decisive man- ner Tl e fact is the onlv battle Mot an has lest in the last two seals was the one with Jick Johnson a jeai ago last Julv it Paris, which wis, ghen against bun on points at the end of a twenty lound contest______ SILVER TAG CAPTURES CAMBRIDGESHIRE STAKES London Oct The Cambridge- shire Stakes. S7250, 1 mile and I. -tar-. long .as won todav at Newmarket by 1C. Hulton'8 three-year-old chestnut filly, Sliver Tag. starting at 100 to 14. R Farkuharsons Mount William 1 was second nnd M E de SI Alary s Khedhe III, 100 to 7 third The field numbered 25, the aloft, rans being Mohacr Dime Prudent, My nomld, .Ambassador, Cheerful, Souloudue, Ballaghtobin Ciapgato, Ghcier Sweetest Melody Bright, n.s'rntlon Wrack, Lo Corsaira Frnitlands Carrickfeigus The Forest, Kather Bolder Dacier Pnntnglliel, Pe- ter the Hermit and Black Jester. AFTER NEW CLUBS FOR INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto Out Oct President E Wicks of the Jrrsej City club the' International league Is in Sprmglield, Mtiss, and Hartford, Conn today looking ovei those eilien on behalf of President Ed. G. Barrow, ai prospective membeis of the Inter nntlonal league next vcar Neithei ISimngfleld nor Hattford cluba in organised basebnH this yeiir. .rill Chi Be Doing Business In the stand lately occupied by "the imperial Bank, next Goo. Iverr Co. On Fifth St. S. Our Slock is alliSTcw and Strictly'Tip-to--. Date. Wo confidently--ask tin inspection and comparison of goods. PRESIDENT AND BRIDE AT THE WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP BALL GAME The mobt pioniinent and most mleresling couple in the Ameucan continent are -here, ihown at one of the big games in Boston ________ it this time of the 5ear when 5011 are trjin? on the lioohej shoes jour thoughts instinctively turn to that plaintive little billad entitled "I did not raise my toe to have a SoineboJv wants to trade Heine Zimmerman to McCriaw Jawn de "tfrne pumcnnient hut he never committed a crime to warrant any such sentence is this Fate was against Crnvith i q a baseball And all the lime we Uiougnt it good pitching I lohnnj Dundee s, peculiar antics were responsible ior lie Ritchie defeat at New York..Tuesday night, so si} reports It was a trot that Johnnj was staging 9 "Take it from me, Coffej is fit from dead. He is ready to meet Frank Moran again tonight if the latlef could gotten into a Was the retort of Billy Oihson, pro- moter o! the Coftcv-Moran hcavj weight fight at NMv oik the follow- in? day ol the Mtlle Gibson got this off his chest m answer to a rum- or that Cofley was. dead Don't Forget That i 10 per cent of Our Sat. Sales Sales Go Towards the Patriotic Fund Here is an opportunity to buy dcoent'sble, high grade merchandise for men at pricei'that in many cases arc lower you will be askecT ti pay elsewhere, and at the same time you arc helping to s veil the Patriotic sale that thould appeal to everyone You get the best here and less Commissioner Grace Will Check Up Out- Sates and Retain 10 per cent for the Patriotic Fund THE "2" McKelvie McGuire ;