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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1911 THE LETHBRinOE DAILY HERALD PAGE Trotters Will Be Able to Lower Record to 1.50 in Course of Few Year Inventor Claims-Has Three Wheels This year's smashing all harness rei'nrils both par.rrs mill ttoi- lets has brought to llio Ironl the in- ventor with schemes to still luriner reduce track words by improved sulkies. It is an I'sucl of what happcnod just alter Maud S., I'ajo Alto, Smugglpr and oOhcr hors- es l-licir clay ' all previous track.records lo pieces while hitc-lu'il to the ami clumsy higli- whpel isulkies. llorsenien uiil remember that it was this smashing of records that brought out the present low-swung iielween Uieni tricyi'le. like the arrangement '1'iie driver's si-at INTERPROVINCIAL W. L. placed dose lo and [iiirtly over this the whole framework of and stiliest of .sttel added wheel, the wires. I It is saiil for tliis new sulky that I il, gives the hnrse greater Erection of j aelion, due lo the fact that there is j Argonauts 2 1 35 38 Montreal 2 1 52 41. Hamilton 2 1 49 26 Ottawa 0 Z 32 63 Games tomorrow: Ottawa at Argo- nauts, Montreal at Hamilton. INTERCOLLEGIATE W. L. F, A. McGill P 0 41 9 Varolty 1 1 W 39 Qussn's 0 2 22 37 Game tomorrow: Varsity at Queen's. ONTARIO UNION W. L. F. A. Hamilton R. C. 3 0 45 12 T.R. A.A. 0 1 7 Ottawa St. Pat's. 02 5 37 Game tomorrow: Ottawa at T.R. A.A. ONLY FIVE U.S. FOOTBALL TEAMS IN HAVE CLEAN SLATE-IN EAST HARVARD, PRINCETON, .ARMY, PENN STATE AND PITTS- BURG REMAIN UNDE- FEATeD Ic.h.s swerving of the sulky in roicid- ing the track turns, and a steadiness of scat tha.t tends to stop the natur- al tendency of the horse to "break" in his stride when a swerving sulky inierferes with freedom of ac- tried out nnoumalic-lireil sulky, which has 'I'lic machine ablcii the harness horses to make the in the Northwest, and horsemen who old high-wheel sulky records look like j have ridden en it have been able to the ambling of an'ox-cart. With the cut a couple of set-owls from the rec- prcsent vehicle a horsn that cannot etiual-'or heat the record of Maud S made in baldly con- sidered woi'ih ijoiherinjr about, except in the period of development. Now'.'-a'-Western .-genius has--devised a sulky -which is expected to enable the harness horse to lower his rec- ords by many-seconds as has been done wit-tr rubber- tired sulky of today. This'new tlevicn 'lias a .third wheel in thft rear of the two now; used and placed midway has protested the i first McGlll game on the ground that 'McGli! used Rodden, Rroffe and Lemay, who had not registered at the college. It Is said that two had no intention of entering college, and that Rodden was unable to pass his ftxumliiatfon.1 Coming on the heels of the Donnelly case lust fall, It Riven McG-lH's rugby operations a decidedly high odor, to say the least. If Varsity Xew York, Oct. the IM'B football teams of tin- Hast, only five Viavc come this far through the sea- son without being defeated. They are Harvard, Princeton, Army, i'enn. ytfite and I'Htsburg. Vale and Dartmouth last Saturday joined the list of teams which have met defeat. AM, BIO TEAMS SCOKKU ITOX Teams, which heretofore have guarded their goal line so zealously that against them was rare. have also hall touchdowns rung up jayainst them with startling it" Three touchdowns have been scor- against Harvard, three against Princelon, two against ords of the horses they have handled j wins the protest, and the game is or- iu the trial heats in which it has been idered replayed, the Blue and White used. The inventor luelievcs that a horse of moderate speed will be able to re- duce his record by three or lour sec- onds, and a horse .of extreme speed to clip a couple of seconds from his record .when harnessed' to this' new vehicle. He believes-a mile hi 1.50 a possibility within a half years, as speed lines breeding produces the truer and faster trotter or pacer. BOXERS. KILLED IN GREAT WAR ed. Those thought to have ed are: Charles Ledetmx, Charles Struber, Adrian Hagaii and .Max Sting- Pugilism Suffers From Loss of Ring Stars San Francisco, Cal.. Oct. cording to a letter received here yes- terday by Mrs. Norman Selby, 'wife of the pugilist, "KM" .McCoy, from a friend in Paris, France has lost four noted'boxers in the European war, and a fifth probably Is fatally wound- Ledeaux Is tliis country, having: fought in Los Angeles. The wounded .boxer is Georges Car- pentier, the idol of the snorting nu'olio of France, who recently defeated Gun- boat Smith iu London. Carpentier was token to a hospital with a bullet- punetured lung, and to recover. is not expected has a good chance to again. the title A. F. WILDING HONORED ON FIELD ON BATTLE (Special Cable to New York Herald) London, Oct. dispatch re- ceived here this morning says that A. P. Wilding, the tennis champion, has been promoted to a lieutenancy for gallantry on the battlefield. It is believed he was with a detachment o cavalry which, after repulsing a Ger- man a'ttaek, started a game of water polo In the Glue. As the enemy was near by, the horses were har- nessed. Tlie approach of a patrol of Uhlans was signalled, and the British, having no time to dress, jumped on their horses naked, and charged the enemy, who fled. TheWa Europe and is the "word" these days, not only in Europe Vr but in Lethbridge. For many days there has been a fierce battle raging within our midst We have listened to the sound of battle'on all sides, but- fortunate- ly we have been able to hold our position, due to our strong entrench- ment of low prices coupled with our usual; good values, and are still in the firing line. .Many have come to us to seek refuge during the days, of battle, and we have sent them away armed with values that in many cases have put the enemy to flight. FOR SATURDAY r We-have strengthened our position- by "bringing into play our Bargain Guns (not the Jack Johnson but similar.) These guns .are of the quick-firing type and every shot that is fired on Saturday 'means Bargains in the Clothing :linc. your loss if you don't get la the firing line on Saturday. Suits or Overcoats JFake yotir choice of any liigh.gra'de Suit or 'Overcoat in the house on Saturday. Regular prices :np, to and including for-..............................-.-. Slater Shoes Any Geo. A. Slater Shoe in. the 'house, sold all over the Do minium '.for Shirts 25 dozen Negligee 'Shirts, all the .best makes and newest pat- .tcrns for Fall. Regular price for 75c Fall into Ime and beat it to THE 2 "M'S" Friday and Saturday Sate Yale, against the Army ajul two against Perm. Stale. Out 20 teams, Washington and Lee is the only one which has not j been scored against. This team has, rolled up 286 points in five games j against none for iheir opponents. They treoteotown, 13 t.o 0, the same snore by which the Navy down- Genuine Moving Pictures of the EUROPEAN WAR T iik on by Cherry Kearton Special Agent of tho Belgian Government. Every Loyal will see this Patriotic Featim Briton Givnl THIS BIG WAR SPECIAL WAS FEATURED FOR ONE FULL WEEK AT THE PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, CALGARY. ed the Blue and Gray. HKCORDS OF TIIK EASTERN' SCHOOLS AT Y.M.C.A. Bowling went to extremes last night at the and low scores were in order, as a glance at the ucores will prove. Two league games rolled off, ar.d in the initial set- Harvard has scored 121 points to j to Chailie Carberry, for the Boarding their opponents: 28 Vale, 98 to IB j club, and Gale Kain, rolling for the Princeton, 00 to i'J Army, WO to 7; Royal bank, hit a pace that has not I'eimsvlvaiiia, 34 to IB; Xavy, 73 to (been equalled in these contests bo- Cornell, lifl to 23; Dartmouth, Ifore. They both went over the 1x> Ji> 'Carlisle, Hi) to Sy-jmark, Carberry making 217 and Kain. racuse lfi-i to'. 18 'Washington and bowling. They both took Jefferson IST'To- 19 Pennsylvania j a slump in the second encounter, bow- Plate, 75 .to Colgate, 34 to 24 jever. T'lEts, 203 to ,nU Piltsburg, 71 to 18. Honors were found to be even when i the smoke of battle had cleared away, YOST'S BACKERS WANT 3-1 An Arbor, Mich., 29. When news that Hardwick, JIahan ami Lo- s jian were sure to he in the Harvard if lineup against .Michigan, circulated over the campus today, the backers of Yost's team demanded odds of 3 to 1 from the easterners. the Boarding club ai jame very handily, uexlng the first ___ and the Royal Bank coppiiig-'the second, even a lit- tle handier. Second Match The Ministers and the Campbell, Wilson Home team were booked I for the second clash of the evening, (but the clergymen failed to put in an j appearance, owing to pressure of reg- i ular duties, so the Dormitory team HAS PRFSTIGF'took the-c- w- IL trio on for thelr nao wWch la booUcc] so as WITH 7RYS7KO PRISONER lo save' the latter hl an ap- VViin I Minneapolis, Oct. Stanis- laus Zbyszkq. a prisoner of war in pearance to no purpose. The Dormi tory team 'was short of talent, and drew on one of the reserves of their opponents, J. Home. Hs prcvsd a ion. and was no small factor in Petrograd' and prospect ot ttie' rjorms in their double vlc- Pole making his annual tour of Tlle scores: erica, Henry. Qrdeman, the American .Bank heavyweight'champion, looks like the best'card in this country. Bijou Theatre To-night Mary Pickford "The Eagle's Mate" One of Ihe finest of the Famous Players' productions', i and acknowledged as a. triumph in the moving picture-art Actual War Scenes 20c JIW Ordenian has irecfived some flatter- ing his services. Joe COL-' lleKain.......... 2Hr, Maxwell 10'J Hansch IIS fey, Chicago's leading promoter, -i wants the big Norsk to meet Charley' Cutler City next while George Twohey'has wired Hen- ry a proposition to tackle Dr. Rol'l- or in Boston" early .in -Decem- ber. Oscar Thorson, manager of Jess want's to stage a houf, between the big Swede, and Ordcmun in Des second week in No- vember. Promoters at Kansas City, Omaha, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and Baltimore also are angling for Ord email's ser- vices. The- American champion is feeling better' than at. .any -time dudns: the past three years. He is planning a bnsy ihat campaign season. CHIEF BENDER WILL NOT QUIT Says H: Will Be on the Job Next Philadelphia. Pa., Oct. 'far as I know I wlil be with the. Athletics when they pack up and start south next sprins on their traiuing trip." said "Big Chief" Bender, when ap- proaeucd for a confirmation of the statement made by Christy Mathew- son and printed here that the Chief was BO disgusted '.vith baseball that he had decided to quit the game. INMAN EASILY BEATS HOPPE' English Briton Takes Bin Lead Style Toronto, Out., Oct. Jmnau, English billiard champion, and Willie Hopne, the United States halh- title bolder, commenced their series of mixed style matches here yesterday. The play was devoted to the English game, at which Inman de- monstrated his superiority by defeat- ing Hoppe, B25 lo 172. in the after- .noon, and 62n to 198 in the evening. Tnman's best run in the afternoon was 166 and at night was 175. Hoppe's highest rmi in tlie afternoon was 30, while, in the evening his best run was Defeats Schaeffer Baltimore, Md., Oct.. Sutton defeated Jake Schaeffer, 400 to 153, in a" Billiard players' league 14.1 balk-line match last night. Aver- age and high runs: Sutton, IS 1-21, 25; Schaeffer, 713-20, 29. A. DE OHO WINS FIRST BLOCK Defeats George W. Moore, 50 to 23, In 61 Innings New York, N.y., Oct. de Orb, world's champion at three-cush- ion billiards, defeated George W. Moore of this city, SO to 28, in 61 inn- ings here tonight !n the first of three nights' -play for the title. De Oro mado tile high run of 13, a record for McKelvie Kirkham Block McGuire j it championship match, run "was o.' Jloore's high SUTTON WINS FROM Richmond, Va., Oct. SCHAEFER George Sutton defeated Jacob Scbacfer, 400 to 255, in a Billiard .Players1 league match here tonight. Average and high runs: Sutton, 13 1-3, S3; Schaefcr, SK, Cline Defeat! Wilkesbari'C, Pa.. Oct. Cline defeated.-. Koji Yamada, WO to 369, in a Billiard Players' league match tonight. Average and high rum: Cline, 11, 72; Ynmada, 10, 78, Boarding Carbtrry......... 217 Mason.. 121} 15" Campbell, Wilson Home- Smith.. xCrawford........ 1S9- Mcllvena......... H4 118 99 I 107 j !20 S9 141 350 Home rolled for Crawford iu second game. J. Home Allen Nicholson 149 164 119 432 125 155 1S3 At The Empress Theatre Tonight "THE WEAKLING" A 2 Reel Thriller, featurin, Joyce. A Factory. HALLOWELL CONCERT CO. The Loyal Order of Moose, for the third consecutive year, has succeeded in obtaining the favorite Hallowell i troupe for their annual concert. This well-known musical aggregation will appear at tlie Theatre ou Monday evening, under Moose aus- pices. They are almost too well known to require comment, but this from the'. Regin'a -Leader sums up in a word tlie Saskatchewan-capital's ap- preciation of this well-balanced group of musicians: "HallqweH Company pleasant sur- prise. .Splendid troupe' of musical artiste. Their work has not been ex- ce'iled in. liegina, except by world-fa- mous notables, such as iMelba, Kocian and Kathleen Parlow." A STORY OF THE MOUNTAINS the feature at the Empress Theatre today and tomorrow la'H-abiding moon sbrdlu etaoiu theh is a story depicUng life among the law- defying moonshiners; 'showing in a manner the tricks used by the plain, ignorant mountaineer in de- feating the most carefully laid plans of the quick-witted revenue officers employed by the government, showing n sensational raid on a still, featuring pretty 'Orphans of the Wild" is a Pathe story of pioneer days, showing the bard struggle the early settlers had in their fight for their dally bread. Not only did they have to combat against Ihe primitive methods of agriculture tbon in use, but a'iso against the worst enemy of the pale face, the native In- dian df the early days. This is a beau- tiful story-of primitive ambition, nice- Weekly-shows all ly told. The, the latest war news, as well as other events of world-wide interest. The comedy "The Prize Employer" iB a sure enough laugh producer. The Hobo Tenor wKl sing Flight of Ages." MARY PICKFORD AT THE BIJOU Tonight and tomorrow the Bijou management presents Mary Pickford in "The Eagle's Mate." This actress Is thu moat ppnuiurrin' the moving: pic- ture world, and has made a name for herself In the Famous Players' produc- tions. So much so, that her earlier efforts are different to the'Mary Pick- fofd zenith of ;her.triumph. ..In the perfection of her art ahe can be Concert DR. STEWART, M.P.P., Will Introduce The Hallowell Concert Co. SHERMAN THEATRE 8 O'CLOCK PROMPT Monday, 2nd Under the Auspices.of.THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE. AND 50c. On sale at Frsnk Hedlpy Drug at Theatre Door. Amongst these is The Eagle 3 Vile, Tvliich the management his now secur ed. The impersonation of Anemone Breckenndge is one eminently suited to the uleier actiess Marj Pickford attunes heraelf to the almost perfect example, of the UKes to he dragged around bv the back hair, whose verv fine temperament de inands a. knockdown drat, out disposi tiofi to bring it to -i prbper state ot humility. Jimes Klrkwood plass ttte role of Lancer Morne, is the mortal who the dragging The Mornes fight for all their is the way he expresses it He marries Anemone, who exacts from him the promise that lie will not claim her as his 'wife until he makes hef love htm This gives him scope for1 Rome delight- ful acting. x The play is set in the Blue Ridge Mountains or Virginia, and takes on. the mood and environment.of roundings PINCHER CREEK ITEMS Pmcher Creek, 41ta, Got 29 Charles Kettles, sr, been so ery ill all summer, is nov. able to Inve around town', and with the aid of L cane and staff has made a trip or ,wo downtown on loot Mr Kettles' recovery was wonderful and his many friends also aie delighted with :he opportunity ol the "glad land A Cuthbert ot Edmonton, acting ..T.: Burnett, V S of Regina were Jipre on Tuesday for the purpose of purchasing remounts oulj seen in. the latest (Urns released, judge. PELLETIER MAY BECOME SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE Montreal Que., Oct. Justice Delorimer of the Superior Court, after a little more than 25 years' service on the bench, has notified the justice partraent of his intention, to retire, r Tlie .justice, who is in- his. 72nd year, 'will receive a'.pension of 17000. It is said on nhat is believed high authority that Hon U P Pcllc tier, who resigned the pon- folio of noetmaster general wirt 01 lIUbliilUBiwi yj 6e appointed foi the HNWMP "Most rof the. horses thown were too heaw, and the officeis purchased Miyor Siniiott, B H ,Crand6ll, fe J. Ford, R A Brown, and J H all of Calgarj, en route to thetold Lineham oil wells, motored from Cnl gar; on Wednesday v After aifew hours stay in the; resumed then: _ journey DIVINE PUNISHMENT ACCORDING TO LAWYER London, Ont Oct At the (ention of the Onttno In liis otilnion Germany's deiastatloni if Belgliini TMslum's divine pun- Ighnlonl for tlie Congo atrocities of a years ago The speaker (teclaredt but the Almighty was using this o liunisli tho nations concerned the national sins.. p ;