Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914 THE 'LETHBRI.DGE DAILY %HEKALD v PAGE THREE BLACK JESTER Sept. 0. The St. ijeger Stakes of for colts and fillies foaled in 191.1, distance about one mile and six furlongs, was run at Doncafiter. today and was won by J. B. Joel's Black Jester. Sir John fThursby's Kennymore was second, his Cressingham was third. Eigh- teen liorscs ran. MANY OF ENGLAND'S BEST CRICKETERS AT THE BATTLEFRONT London, Sept. The call io Urn colors of the English army threaten- ed at one time to put a complete stopper on all sporis throughout the British Isles. Coming at a time right in the middle of the cricket and just at the commencement of tho soccer Reason, ail the clubs were prepared ;fto cancel their fixtures, but ut a. rep- resentative meeting recently held it, .was decided to continue- the games .land save adding further to. the gloom i caused by the war by throwing a Marge number of professionals out of 'employment. Only one county, Buckinghamshire, filial is In the second division of the jcoimty cricket championship, found it Impossible to keep its engagements I" owing to eight unit oi eleven of their (team going to the war. D. FJSS'N ELtCTS Winnipeg, Sept. election1 of officers for the ensiling year" in the Dominion of Canada Football associa- tion this morning, resulted as follows: Hon. Tlios. Watson, president, K. Bailey Fisher, Winni- peg; vice-presidents, IT. Craig Camp- bell, Montreal, and V. II. Jones, Fort William; secretary, Tom Robertson, Toronto; council: Quobcc, N. Wilson, Lachine; Ontario, T. Guthrie, Toro- to; New Ontario, A. B. McMatt, Fort William; Manitoba, H. D. Foster, Win- nipeg; Saskatchewan, Donald Grant, Hegina; Alberta, Don. Go'w, Calgary. The association deleted from the rules, tho clause barring re-instated professionals from playing hi cup games, thus leaving the rder deceased was a also .urned out in full force to pay their ribnte to a departed brother. The solemn duties of pall-bearers vcre carried out by Messrs. C. R. Thomas, P. H. IJrooks, Frank Fitch, Jack Geer, Win. Smythe, H. Lath- op and Paul Eilismorc. These gentle- men are all members of the Western Canada racing team. The deceased man, who was a native of Stockton, California, was 31 years of age. Mrs. Bennett, who is still keenly affected by, the texrible loss of her husband, lias .not, jet iT niic will continue with the team, but Manager Rex Thomas states she has definitely made up her mind to ac- company the team to Lethbridge on Friday next. DANIEL PEOHMAN" PRESENTS Woman's Triumph' Adapted from Sir Waller Scott's-Greatest Story "THE HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN" Bijou Theatre Friday 4 Parts Saturday OCEANIC GROUNDED London, Sept. notice posted today at tho offices of the White Star line declares that tile steamer Oceanic loss of which, was announced by tlie press' bureau last ashore. This. is the first definite news as to what caused the loss tbe Oceanic. Last night H was said that she had been 'wrecked on the north coast of Scotland, hut no furthei details were given. WHERE BOUND? Dog Men Amateur. Field Trials Club holds ita First Annual Field Trials for SETTERS, POINTERS AND POINTER GRIFFONS in tbe vicinity of Calgary, com- mencing September 16, Derby, Alleged and Consolation. Entries clote Sept. 10th. Reason- able entry For full information apply to "6APT. Era, CLIFFORD 920 19th Avtnue Calgary. W1413. ndianapolis Chicago Brooklyn Baltimore Buffalo Cansas City St. Louis Pittsburg FEDERAL 71 f.6 58 S6 56 5S 50 59 (17 70 72 P.C. '.552 .532 .520 apolis in biggest of the thrilling exhibitions of djre-ilevi world's speedway .events. Rex Thorn-1 driving, which was well worth :mbci of the nsssing, and iar seen in Macleod in 'this, class sport. The hand hills promised some thing out of the ordinary, and flip goods were certainly delivered. as also is a mei reputation on the coast speedpaths is not surpassed. Of course, there arc others that will show tbe people a thing or two about hitting it up, Not Bagging Very Many Flappers DONALDSONLINE TO SCOTLAND LOW RATES; GOOD SERVICE. One-class cabin, .only to Glasgow) and from Glasgow; closet! cabins, Rates subject to change without notice. SAILINGS FROM.MONTREA'L. S3. Sept. 12th, Oct. 10th, 'Nov. 7th. SS. Oct. 3rd, Oct. 31st. 8S. Sept. 26th, Oct. 24th. All information cheerfully fur- nished by'authorized agents, or 'H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 349 Main Winnipeg. So far there been very brought in as trophies of the duck hunting season. ,TIie country is said to be as plentifully supplied with few Good, bad and indifferent duck hunters tell ihc same, story-and they all have their own pet reasons as to why they come home repeatedly witl: an empty hag. flocks of the feathered game as at j The most likely and most patent any time of years gone by, but the slayers can't get to them. The birds arc flying .extremely high and they to be with gun and are giving him a wide berth, and weather conditions are very favorable to tbe flyers in keep- ing out of reach-of the buckshot. reason for the scarcity of trophies oi the war on ducks lies in the fact that there arc nearly as many hunt- ers as there arc ducks .iround tbe swamps -And lakes vicinity, and game is not to .be where civiliza- tion abounds. Go "way back" if you want to make good with .the gun. Overhauling "Y" Bowling Alleys The Y.M.C.A. Physical Department committee has secured thf service oi JBert PHtic, of who is" 'a bowling alley expert lof sixteen yrrrs' experience in fixing alley beds. lilr. Pcttic says that the local As- sociation alleys are cnnstruc.terl of the best material and that money could not buy any; better. With the adjustment ho will give them'Mr. PetUe guarantee's that the alley beds will J-.c; in first clans ct-n- diticn this season. Bowlers of this city will ho pleasorl to hear, that they, will have an op- portunity to indulge, in their favorite pastime this winter under 'first-rate boiling conditions. Already the members'of the Dor- mitory Club are talking of organic- ing-a tournament and there are many question as to who will be the cham- pion bowler this season. It, is expected that'.the alleys-will bs ready next a'commltr 'tec of three members, shall lie in charge and will make arrange- ments for competitions and tourna- ments. Copenhagen, Sept. German squadron of 31 ships, including battleships, cruisers and torpedo boat destroyers, has been observed at various points along the gulf of Bothnia steaming cast. 'The Beverage that Benefits' Not simply a thirst not merely a stimulant, but just the purest, most health infusing spirit that has ever been produced. e's Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps (HOLLANDS OIN) Jr J Excellent as a tonic and most beneiicial in its effect on the liver, kidneys and other organs. Vastly superior to ordinary gin. end Kttail Slfrti. Distributors HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Races Henderson Park Fri. 3 p.m f) Awe-inspiring Contests between the "World's Foremost -Drivers Daredevil .Drivers with, their Seven Side- Skidding, Space-Eating Racing Cars A Thrill Every Minute Admission only 50 cents Xo Extra Charge for Gramlstaftd. Chairman J. D. Hlglnbotliam of the Lothbridge School Board, asks that following be. published lor the in- formation of the ratepayers The fig- ures include the cost of running the manual training department of the citv schools for 1813 and 1914 up to the end ot August last The table compiled by Secretan Fleet- wood and submitted to tue board last night. The matter was discussed last night Trustee JIcKillop spoke to the effect that he considers the manual training school somewhat of a Inx- urv: While he would not. care-to see the school closed at present, .it con- ditions continue as they are, he would be inclined to advocate such action at the first of the year. The table of expenditures follows MANUAL TRAINING (Mlg 31) Electric, light Insurance Janitor's supplies Repairs Janitor Sundries V Teachers: salary Teachers' supplies Telephones Water 1913 12.22 M15 'C5.86 25.-16 37 78 180.00 962 19U S 1434 23.00 1350 367.21 3.14 8.81 1-10.00 1.11 1116.66 U7.97 2380 10.12 EAT LESS MEAT IF BACK HTJRTS Take a glass of Salts to fluih Kidneys If Bladder bothers fptr of water. Eating; meat regulariy. ;eventually- produces Iddney trouble in. some ifofm: or other, says-a well-known -authority, because the uric amd m meat excites the kidneys, they become bvenyprliecl; get sluggish, clog- up and all sorts of distress, particularly back- ache and misery, la the kidney.region; iheumatic twinges, severe headaches, acid stomach, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and urin- ary irritation. The moment your, bacsc hurts or iidneys aren't acting right, or if bladder bothers you, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good pharmacy, tako a tahlespoonful in a of' water breakfast for, few days and your kidnejs iviil then act ilne This famous salts is uade from the acid of grapes and emon juice, combined with Ifthia, and las been used for generations o flush clogged kidneys and stimu- late them to normal activity; also to neutralize the acids, in the "urine no longer irritates, thus ending ttlad der disorders. Jad Salts cannot injure anyone; makea a delightful effervescent lithia- drink which millions of men and -women take now and then to keep the kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding serious kidne} disease. Sold by J. D. Higlnbotham Co., Limited. _ 1 Rev. Rural Dean .Dart, of Quebec, is dead. Empress Theatre I MONDAY AND TUESDAY The Finish of the Kathlyn Series. In (his Kathlyn Williams, the' popular sclig Star, will be seen at her best, A Human Interest Drama in Two. Acts THE SONG IN THE DARK HEARST SELIG the European War Situation at a World before Your Eyei. COMEDY- WHIPPETS PICKS A PARTNER, and THE CATCH OF THE are both guaranteed Mirth Empress Theatre Coming Wednesday' and Thurtday, Next THE CURSE OF GREED In 5 Big Acts, the Greawat Drama of the age. This is'an- other of the Master Phmoplays that appear at the Eiu- press regularly two cachiweek.