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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. Scpicmlicr 11, THE LETITimi MIE DAILY HERALD THEMOLSONSBANK INCORPORATED 1865 Record oi' Progress i'oi- Five 1000 mil Capital Ruscrvc Deposits Loans Investments Total. Assets...... S3 SrsneiiM in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all the Principal Cities in thit World. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at all branches. Interest allowed at highest current rats. Lethbridge Branch. K.DJoIinsoii, Manager FOOTBALL Remarks on' the "Stavordale" THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.cL LI..D.. D.C.I.., President ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD General MinaDw Assistant (ii.ni-r.il CAPITAL, REST, TOURISTS AOT TRAVELLERS The C.n.dian Bank of Commerce, by reason of its l.irgc number of branchos in Province of Canada, with direct representation in London EnE Nen- York S.n Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Mexico and St. John's with Arena and Correspondents In every part of the world, is able to offer unsurpassed facilities to the travelling public, enabling them to obtain money in the simplest way at any point on their journey the world over. The Cheques and Letters of Credit issued by this Bank overcome the annoying difficulties of obtaining funds abroad, especially in places where identification is difficult. Cheques and Drafts on all the countries of the world, drawn in sterline francs :i marks, lire, kronen, etc., can be cashed or purchased at reasonable rales. e j Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse. Mgr, WHlriheir colors bravely flying to Iho last, Ihe Overseas wont down lo (lol'ont on Tuesday, niaht .before tho Calmloillllns in Ihc semi-final' of Ihc Wright 'Charily the i latta- thereby .Rained tho 'right to iMillost finul nialch with Ihn Sous of England on Thanksgiving. Day. one ra.ij .symimllili-c. with' the Overseas on i heir di-foal, one can'n help but :ulnilt Unit on ihe evening play the heat (enni won. hut, to candid, one must confess til rlierc was littlo difference botwei Iho two teams, and goals lo about represen the run of the play. Paid-ip Capilsl.Rcs! Tola! Asseis (Over) Don's Wasic Interest and risk tlie principsjl itself by keeping a lot of money iu your house or your pockets. It would be much safer in tlie Union Bank of likely to be instead of beiug idle, would be earning- Interest night and day. If you haven't a Savings Batik Account already, come in and open one. Q. R. TINNING, Manager A. B. KING, Act'g. Manager I LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH XONDONrEN'G., BRANCH, 51 TtircKdncedlc, SI., E.C. Tile Overseas certainly ilid not ne fnnn as well on Tuesday night, i they have in previous encounters th season, nrnl the cause is not far I K-c-ek. The learn which served ihei so 'well in the City League touriie has- been somewhat broken up. Pa terson, at hack; Hallterston, at lull and simin and Beiubridgo at fonvan vere all missing from their last lim ip. In their places we find Chli. holm. James, Wood and Brown, re spectively. Chisholra, it must he ad milted, is certainly not as good a I'aiterson, and I have seen Chishoh play a much better game than lie di. on Tuesday night. During the firs Dorlion of the same, he seemed lo b' able to do nothing right, though in thi latter portion he improved a little- hut Patterson was sorelj missed James in (he half-back Hue was no at all bad, but is hardly so useful nan as Halkerston. The newcomci has duite a.turn of speed for a heavy weight, and worked like a Trojan right up to the call of time. Wood shapes like a player, but did not ge much io any rate, in Ihe first io his wing being some what neglected: but in the SOCOIK half be bad lois of work, and made several nice openings' for Joyce Brown is the best of the new men. Me played a really good on Tues day, and it was not his fault Ihe-'Seas had the short end of the score.' This young man is one of the speediest forwards in Leihhriilge football, but would 'he wise to cultivate a belter control on the bull. His lad; of con trol proved his undoing oil several oc casions in Tuesday's match. F. W.ASHE, Msn 0. M. C. 1IART SMITH, Assistant Man Tiie old reliables on Ihe Overseas teain cvidenly felt the loss of theii former comrades, ami never seemed to settls clown (o the The Callles' backs, 1 am quite con rlneecl, aw as good a jjair as can be found In West, Indeed "Johnny" Has- ton is a great little back, I Herman Improves wilh e.very game They were bmh out io win on Tues day night, they did not allo'iv lire 'Seas' forwards to take any liberties Clark was the best of tho halt-backs and played better than on the pro vious occasions he appeared for the Scots. He Is falling into tlie Gallic style of half-back department In which the Scotchmen will, without doubt, retain bin place on the team.'- Bill Whyto, too, gar an Improved display. worked harder than in.some of the more re- cent games, -and helped break up tho .Overseas''combination In splen- did, fashion. It is fortunate the Cal- lles have such a sporting veteran in their ranks as Smith, "jack" is al- ways: ready .to step into the breach, and, In addition, he invariably puts :p a good game. fr The Gallic forward lijie. won the match for their side on Tuesday. They lever gave iKe 'Seas' defence a mo- ment's rest, and having found out the atter's weak spot, they played it up vlth a vengeance. Glenn was the lest of the bunch. Besides scoring heir two goals, ho played a brilliant Same all the way through, and ag- linst a weaker goalkeeper than Sutn- ner would easily have increased their otal. .Mcllvena, too, was in fine form, ud the way be-centred the hall was ood to sec. especially in an age when Imost every outside man thinks it he game 'to hang around with the all until two or three opponents ar- Jve and deprive him Of the sphere, 'ennanf exhibited a tendency to cavort" too much with the ball, and inclined to take the longest way round towards ,the goal. Personally, rather like to'see that kind of play, lit .it docs not get goals. Knight am inning Werei. they alwai These two youngsters have., erf-set.understanding between them id lead the opposing defence erry dance. "Paddy" cotch as they make lem, desplt s Irish nol, strange to re t-e, help himself to a goal on thl ccasion, hut that was hardly hi, tilt; he tried hard, but Sumner us tlly got in the way. T of ball so C'haniiiieristie of the 'S-sas j On tlie whole, l'lie> i od as an5" have seen on the Io ng iano.lg.jj season resti! BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY AUTHORIZED TO ACT AS ADMINISTRATOR, TRUSTEE, ASSIGNEE. GUARDIAN OF INFANTS, ETC., ETC. Investment of Funds in Jlortgascs for clients: and Colloctio-i of Interest and Agreement payments given special .mention. ALL. MANNER OF AGENCY BUSINESS TRANSACTED FIRE. ACCIDENT, GUARANTEE, ETC., INSURANCE Call or Write for information. Conybeare Block Lethbridge, Alta We are ai your service J. S. Haxton Manager this season. Sunnier did not seem himself at all. and it appeared to me as if lie could not trust his backs, and tin's may have had some effect on his play. In ihe later stages, how- ever, he save us of his best and suc- cessfully withstood tlie strenuous as- saulls of the Gillies. Horne played as well as usual, and on one occa- sion saved a certain goal for his side. Towards the finish Ihc big fellow worked did all the Overseas put his side on level terms, and literally ploughed through the opposition, but effect. Cauhlwell and JIul- len. as usual, u-ere always prominent, though the former w.is not duite so 1'ff.lciivo as in former games. On the oilier hand, "big Jock" played really well, and had he put it a few more long shots, the score might have been reversed, for in S0al for the ('allies, could have been easily beaten with the ioug ones. was just right, for 'while it may _ been hard luck for the Overseas lo have their splendid record spoiled sr late in the season, the fact that (hey JVill -not win al! tho atrophies this year, will make for -the good of Ihe game in general. Meamvhile, we may look forwaitl lo a good game in the final between the Sons of England and the teams always do put up a good their next meeting should -be no exception to the rule. Incidentally. it-may be remark .1 FAN ATE WILLOW PLUME Reading Railroad Sued for Loss of Woman's Headgear Philadelphia, Sept. in elevators recently in Philadelphia, because passengers Client too much unie primping before them. Now electric fiins may go. The Philadelphia nnii Rending Kail-i road Company has asked (o pre-' senl a. new hat to one of its patrons whose immense willow plume became entangled in an electric fan in one of ihe terminal elevators. The brass blades of the fan sucked it into their midst, the hat. was' lorn from Iho lady s head, and tile plumes ruined, she claims. An rler.trk-lnn fixed the fan. and she drove away in a faxicab Today she Ihe Heading, asking payment for the havoc wrought by its air cooling device. .foyre was sadly neglected by his mates in the first half, and was nn- uoywl about i-. too: but in the second portion he utilized every opportunity hc gel to best advantage. Thomp- son, it si isucd io me, was not at a'.l ;iie Thompson of ;h? earlier part of the si-ason. "Scotty" seems to miss his old pnrlncr Dembridge, and has not piiiyecl so ivoll since Hie boys came from miss, those individual efforts of his which siiined for him ;i plai-u on, People's Shield team. Breniian. :H was the hest man i tile Oversciif t-eain. He i Their nuiy so.ii. and was always their' mosl forward, and the fore-! figure in a .-H-rininiage fro-" of tin; Cullies' goal towards the end; ol the pur.-.-, when the pnrcsl Iciml of luck kept Ihe Scolch goal intacr. ed that the Sons are not So despond- ent as to their chances, as reports from some quarters would lead one to believe, indeed some of their "most sanguine supporters" are quite ex- pecting a victory for the English- II- STAVORDALE. Phone 44S2S .lust us the Overseas played ihcir poorest iv'.me of the season, so it may be said ihal .the CallioH pinycd iheir i lii-st. Like their opponents. Ihc Scotchmen also prcsentevl a somewhn; front ih.it which re- presented them in .the earlier portion of the season. nreunan and Mi.Murtlc have ROIII-. and in ihoir we liml .McMiilen. Smith and ('lark.. The former of this trio ed in on Tuesday, and did all that oilu could eSpect of with, n pair of clevor backs, such as Kaston I Itaiinnrinuii, wlio on Tuesday unile al the top of tin-ir the r.tlrdonlan Roalkceimr unite, sinecure, imt tile veteran j is iiniin euiiilrd in share in Hie Hit of Ihe .Stdlcll victory. WILLOW: CITY On the main line o.f Grand Trunk Pacific, and Pacific and Hudson Br.y Railway. At rhp juni'lion of the Fra-ier and grauhU-al. flrategic and com- nicri-ial crnlre of British Co- more than I.OOU mik's iyable waterways is the very heart of thous- ands of of the most lertiic ami I'lOdv.utivr in the logical distri- hutinjr point for the I'oace rivi-r roniKry and the rich Cariboo mining district. Tho L'reui natural advant- ages brought Fort (Source so prominently to .the front art- not only repeat- ed at WILLOW CITY, but are sunpietnented by niany the ilrand Trunk inlo WILLOW Cii Y from the easi and west and nith the assuranee thai their hue uill bo Into CITY before ihe close of next year; with the Pm-ilic and Hudson liny Railway having reserved a tr.-u'kase and flepol j-ilei- in WILLOW CITY and their cipineers oi: Ihc ground surveyinn their terminals; and wilh ihe Cariboo. Dnrki-r- villf Willow- River Hail- rnad is suflicicr.t for 'he lues! careful investor ..WRME TODAY for maps. Ulais and primnj malfjr nlionl WILLOW CITY -.vhorc iiuesior.-, .ins; IH the.y did nt For! tli -.viii reap lhi' prolils furo io ho made nn lots bought now. and so curf: tin- advani-p boilliil to Urns to tluiu as the railroad approaches. PACIFIC BONO AND LAND COR- PORATION. LIMITED Pacific Ehjild'g Vancouver B.C. NEW SELF-SERVICE CAFETERIA Basement Dominion Elk. 4th Ave., S. Is open for inspection tonight. You are invited to see the f equipment and system. Opening Dinner On The system and equip- v ment enables the S, S. Cafe- teria, Ltd., to give the'most for i the money. j YOU CAN HELP YOURSELF SO IT SERVES YOU RIGHT ALL WHITE HELP Will Get Per Minute According to New Contract Thib is a story of Tynis Raymond .'obb, frequently hilled as -the st, baseball ever produced and hvays referred to as the most ad- crtised player in the Lousiness. Frank Xavin. owner oi" the Detroit Myers, the man who has become rich )rough t.bis same advertising, ap- eai'K in a. minor role. Cohii's three-year cond'acj with the Detroit flub expires ai the eud of ihis season. Sirangc as it may seem, C'obb has :i pretty good idea of iiis value to a bsl! clsib, of his 'work as a plnyer and his ability i0 make the turnstiles click faster than ever be- lore. For the last (iiree years Cobb lias been playing for a salary reliably re- ported to "ne SfiOOO, probably the Iiiglipsi siincnd paid to any mere piny- er. Cobh knows that at that price lie is diri cheap. Xavin; of course, knoivs the iln'iifr. luiFn'i wluit his salary will he neS-t year, but you rait broke rhp.i rhe tigures in ihe contract will be very nearly what wants--. has asked a few of his intimate frici-ds if tliey that v.-oulil ennugh for one year's ;iry. furnishes a pretty lim; on what Cobh will ask for next j year. j And he will ir. too. Tlic ftpiroii tejuii is now ;he host drawing card j on the road thai there- is in hasendlL ises pavrionl t'obb is hest draw ing card, lor ihe who became a meie hotel clerk had the auclacit> to icfute to clunse Ins loom -alien demanded a switch. want, to see the man who had the to climb mtp the stands in New York and' pummel a rooter nig innoMng him They all want to see the man "who stalled the baseball strike, which gave baseball moguls a lot to think about and eventually .led' io the fmv mation of the players' union, of these fans frill overlook the i opportunity of seeing e man .who was stabbed by Detroit thugs, and then, so they say, made these same thugs Ket down oil their knees when they discovered his identity. There is only one Cobb. Probably there never will be another. He prob- ably has more enemies than any other man in baseball. His teammates detest him; players on other tennis bate but forced to admit, that as a ball player ho is in {i class by himself. In view of ail iiiese things .Mr..Cobb will, of course, tell Mr. Xavin what he Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental points and Canada every Sat- urday Large new steamers, modarh and up to date, operated on the One Class Cabin plan. Cabin staterooms all -amid- ships. ?31.25 to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Galway and Bel- fast. l 533.00 to Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. 530.00 to Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, etc. For full information call on any steamship agent or write. H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 445 Main..St., Winnipeg expects in the way, of salary. Mr. Na, vln will probably demur, but in tie he will pay Cobb lust asks the Tigers would ho only ;t mediocre attraction. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE- INVIGOR- Tn every city in ,he lea- "iji'lx 1J A VVJTHJjUt- I... Bn not i SOME OF NATURE. EARTH jiAVIv SUPPLIED THE lrf Cobb. i The sl.llomem Ural Cohh pulls off! THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT you can never when he will score: AND HOPS IS USED !N MAKING ,WE ASTANDARDTHAT INSURES THE HIGHEST sion, null off a wonderful catch in DEGREE OF PURITY- Iho ouliinld. All of. tlu-Mi Ihinps at course make '.'ohb a drawinc. card. But Ihey aren't Hie only ihings. On and off ilv ball llnld. fohb'K aKlsiic lemporame always In evidence. Tails in every town want to sec tho'PHONE 554 THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED ;