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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 21. 'I OJ2 I PETTY SQUABBLES IN CANADIAN SPORTINGCIRCLES ARE INJURIOUS Unsettled State of Affairs in Hockey, Rugby anc! A. U. Criticised Toronto, nlh- ism, ,vbicli carle llm IHB Four will DAILY ItNlcs are in prolly much of n al the prcsonl inonrent. In every de- unrlniciit of upon, wlib the exception of idle or two of Hie minor pastimes, tronlile !s brewing, eltiiniioii, is bill E-elllntl. ll may lie that the trouble- uiiiiK! tho only 1 In- (rosso oreanlzulloii east of the Hock- Hocltey Break Probable L, rankers avc vvin-liini; gtixa. uuoil for athletics Ihronshnut iho Dominion by nrousins 11 srcalcr inlerusL In onl- door spurts, bin a! llic same lime llic different sports (or time uoins, arc suffering becansu of the peliy siimibbles that are tnkiup, uj, tho al- tenlion of those In chaise. HoiA-c Cleaning Needed Not salislled wiih leal-Inn apart lhe lacrosse organUiuiini o'f custom Can- ada, Ihe prouinu-vs are now ai.work organizing a new hockey leaeue, ex- le-niHiig a rugby loaguv. anil also plan, ning for a general upheaval iu [rarlt and Held alhletics. Amateur lacrosse) has been boiling over lor some- years, while soccer football is also enlivened j by the many petty differences lhat I Turning I0 hockny. lhe of Ihe six man slyh. or aroused nf (lie man loam nlrodui'uon has so uliler seven hiu'f; com- have arisen from lime io limo. It is limo for n change, in lhe opinion of ium ]a Iho onlb.iBiaais 'who sport for lhe J jhc exercise und amusement that ho de- rives from it, and n little hoiuie clean- IIIR by those in charge would be wel- comed. Rugby Trouble Near pit-ted Minns fur lhe launching of Icai-ucMo compete asainsl iho Nation- al Hockey association. A meelini; was held in Tornnlo las, Siilunhiy nlghl. j anil lhe prospects poi'nl io several or .N. II. .A. dubs joining nviv iissociailon. ll is proposed lo have i wo Icnnis in Montreal, two in Toronlo, one iu Ollawn, and n (cani in Quebec. Options have been seciir- cd on Ibe different arenas, and all -key association -ci-miial en- trance of ihe iiev.' league, and ii is hinted thai tile. N. II A.'will so so f.'ir nsMo even ilrnp the six inan.styh; of play in r.vder lo offset any popiilar- j llj' thill, the new may1 Knln by adopling lhe seven man hoc-j The hockey nmenntes will short-1 GIVE MONEY NOW, THEN BUILD FLEET MR. D. R. WILKIE'S SOLUTION OF NAVV ACTION URGED Toronlo, Sepl. Jmmcilialc lull liaimHume money contribution, mil later Ihc i-slahlishinrut ol a CP.II idian licet, which ivoulil part and i parcel of llic Umpire's licet, will, some moderate contrul !iv t'unaila, is, the opinion oi Mr. It. SCHEDULE "A" MOItTUAOK SALK I'UKSUANT to Ibe Order of Ilia Honor lloland U'lnlor. local Judge of SCHEDULE "A" PURSUANT lo (lie Order Honor liolund Winter. lne.il Thousands Have Been Helped President, of flic Imperial Dank (.'anada, what l.uund lo do tiniards fence of the llrill.sh MIBS E. A. GOODALL EDMONTON, AI.TA.. Nov. 2olb. iqir "I luve been a .ijilTcrcr since liahv- hooil that terrible Conslipalion. J have hetu trL-alcd by physicans, and have taken every inctlicine I lienrd of, bnl M-iil10iit lhe Eli-litest benefit. 1'finally concluded Hint (here was no reincilv-in. (he world th.il could cure Conslipaiion. About (his limp, 1 heard nbonl "Frilil- a-tivcs" and decided Lo try Iheni. The cITccl w.'.s marvellous. Tbt firs tboxpave me preat relief, and after had used a few boxes, f found lllat l waa cnlirely well. "I'mit-n-tives" is the only medicine Take rugby for iiisiancu. Three sen Tor organizations, the Inloreollogialc, j ly WKO.se In a bitter financial war. and it ia the players that will reap Coast Promoter Coming Tho fact thai Frank Patrick, Ihuteverdul me any good and 11 Mr. Wilkic has just Ir exlciiik'il lisit lo Knelanil, By Common Seme Suggeitior.s. Women sufTering from any form of fe- male ilia Bre invited to communicate promptly with Ihowoman'ii private corre- spondence denavtmenl of tlie Lydia E I'inkham Medicine Co., Lyim, Muss' Your letter will be opened, reed nnd answered by n woman and held in strict I confidence. A v.'oman can freely talk of 'Inly I her private illness to H woman; thus has lhe naval dc I'een established n confidential corre- sponilence which extended over ..'iimi, luvjiu 01 i.unor iioianu Supremo Court of Aliiurln for lho tile Siinremo Court o .ludlclal District of Lelhbrldcfo, made of ram many ycara which hus never been mil brokcn- Never hove they published a' i testimonial or used a letter without the written consent of the writer, and never while there he was impressed' with tlie KraviLy of I has the Company v. Inch said was nut lo he 'otters to get out of their popsession anaila is boasting wcnllb j of thousands of them in and her said .Mr. mae lhe Kith day of Seplember, A.D. 1912, In a certain action wherein Frank IS .Mason is Plalnllff, and The Southern Alborla Keally Co., Ltd.. IE Defendant Iho following liuidu In the Province of Alberta, namely: The South Half of Section Township 12, Range West of the Fourth .Meridian, will bo sold by public auction on Saturday Iho 12lh day of October, 1912 at two o'clock P. M., at (be oluce of .McCorvie Realty Company, 305-5th Street South, I.elhbrldge Judicial District of the Uth day of September, A.D. In 11 certain action wherein Frank E' -Mason In Plaintiff, and Tho Southern'' Alberta Really Co., Limited, and John Deere Plow Company. Limited are Defendants, Ibe following lands in' the- Province of.Alberta, namely- that portion of the' Norlh AVest Quarter of Section JO In Township n, flange JG tho Fourth .Meridian .lylnu north of Ibe Belly Hlvcr as iho same l.s shown ireet South, I.elhbrldge. on plan of said Tow ship ffj ,1 1 v Sale to bo subject lo a reserve bid loovllle and dated Oth 8. lo be flxed by the Courr. Terms and conditions will be made known [it the .lime of sale or can be ascerlalned from Ibe undersigned Solicitors. riicro are believed lo be uL provcmenls upon the said lands. Vancouver, -will arrive in tlm easl be- fore the MJd of the montii for hocksy playei-H of major league calibre, also ends interest to the. coming slrugeln say to all who suffer ao I Ibis fruit medicine and 3-011 will find- as f perfect cure" (Miss) R. A. COODAI.L "I-ruit.n-tives" is the only incfhV-iis in Ibe world made of fruit and the only one IhRtivill positively find completely cure you of Constipation. 5nc. a boi, 6 for trill! size, At nil dealers or scut on receipt of price I rmil-a.lii.es Limited. Ottawa. re'-'-r" ycslenliiy, "and jet fails even to par- licinalc in the protection of her own shores, l.'-cr lines ol irailp an. at the mercy of enemy. The llieory thai her boats anil hei cxpenililurc on rail- ways arc (he equivalent of a contri- bution to the tost of Imperial defence will nut hold water. Tl.e very money which we are cxpenilim; on our rail- to wa.vs is for Uic most part. iitlo is by the mother country. What Intel-provincial, and Oulnrlo unions, .for supremacy in Ihc hoekby world J have been in existence for some years VII these have got along splendidly, lhe Ontario body, perhaps, 'beine; the weakest. Now, Hie laccsr union in inc.nocKcy world WEEKLV Mn HKFT i CT- Tlrere is lalk of a commission to con- j Y MARKET LE1 ER iro'l bockuy on lhe same lines as (bumiliuil by nice i Whalcy, proposed lacrosre, controlling body. It! Vfould appear as if this borly will endeavoring to Invade ibe lerrilory of j havo R lot of work on bond io start i cil. 'In we musL do or he tor- ever disirraceil anil humilialcd In our own estimation anil .in the estimation m others.. "The f'rovinc- of Quebec is more interested in our naval riclenee than most people are aware of, in the practical ddcnce of our own shores, anil in lhe independence. aim1 slrcnuUi.oI lhat cnilniry in-Kur- ope in favor ol which so nmi.'h sclili- niRiit. e.xisls. I icfcr to l-'rancc. The I'tcnch-Cpnadians are waV.ini up (o their filea will attest. Out of the vast.volume of experience which they have to draw from, ilia more Uian possible that they possess the very knowledge needed in your case. Noth- ing is asked in return except your'good will, and their advice has helped thou sands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. Ad- dress Lydia E. Pink- ham Medicine .Co., (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Every tvorann to have E. Pinkhnin's r Conybeare. Church .MeArlhur Sollcltora for the Plaintiff. Auctioneer. SCHEDULE "A" PURSUANT, lo (be Order of Honor Kolahd .Wlntcr.'-local judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta for the Judicial District of made the isth day of A.D. 1912, n a certain action wherein Frank E "Mason is Plaintiff, and 'The' Southern Alberta Realty Co., Ltd., Is Defendant the following, lands in. (lie. Province of namely: lhe South Half u. jrjnjtnrun-s. au-liace ou a clita.ina.1ile by luiUl. Write for it tod ay. lielicf, i by thr olrnor- I iho InterDTorincial League, and ihejwiib unless the hockey nllimule "war" must result. I, will agree upon some f.-M-ni.. for (he past anil previous i'Unary display of (lass in .'ticks were: I bee Montreal, and Oltavva, in llic costly to bolh clubs, and at the peace. Fi'om what can be learned (be severe 1'alvcs times creates a condition of at- handllnc of [he X. II. A. players by fairs that ehould uot eiist. Dickunng j President Quinn last semon is Ihc for the services of a si'ar player of chief cause of the kick over lhe mother club is ool, lhe true amalour traces, unc must not forget also pirn, and 'Ibere is litllo doubt but that in the Maritime Provinces thi-v thai cunipelilion for players be- hare foundc twoun the clubs will lead to profus- key league, ionollsm of the rankest sort. The Intcrcslleeinlo is safa because of the Sliccp 305 213 1580 Mill Ml 431) flays. Make L7p for (he Past "I Illink that lo male up [or the neglect on our part we Simula- not forget also issllt. Prorinces they I s siuff .riti solid liith one lhat may giv The supply of cattle since our lest :Bilc handsome money contn- anil the trade '.hulion, for favors. Then wo about steady I own, which would be liable lo i .j--. w--- u i r IIILIJII; It, nigger clubs a lot ol [rouble with re-1 class of llc "lied upon al any moment by the, sards lo the- signing of players. A liavc. mcl willi a good outlet ''nperial rinve.rnme.nl. sonic iii.sUrmcs prices were tlu: 1 v any steps that theTival clubs may lake lo fortify (heir foothall io 15 wilts ,icr hundred hiali- rnl ot brst calllc here this "wee j sold al SS.tjfi with oiiv ioail nt lag, DPI lact ihal only stuilcnls a-re eligible hockey commissiim ?s needed, if Hi, to play on lhe college teams, but I. sport ,.ia to. bopm as .i'r. slioiild nevertheless, the Intel-provincial and I- Ontario rugby leagues will not gain A- A- u. Criticised Freely Even in track and lield sporls sold thl> "Ucning day Or the discipline.; in siiistitn- anil (hev urrc a lighl good II should fly part and par ...r.. L, son.c The brs( callle here this week control nflAlu: Canadian Oovnnmn-nl, nol enough (o de-! and (owns grow up from form- er trading posts in isolated places. He tells an interesting story of lhe naming of Kicking Horse Pass in the Rockies. When the Pnlllser party, which included Dr. Heeler, one-time director of geological surveys for New Zealand, halted in.Hie mountains, Dr. Ilecior was kicked by n horse and for a time his condition was cn'Mcal. He recovered, but before he left the reg- ion bis friends gave lo lhe pass and ers and explorers. .Mount Hector was named in honor of the famous ecolo- gisl. TI ,-------......Jerltllan the North Half of Section 12. Township 12 Uange 15, west'of the Fourth Merid- ian, will be sold by public auction on Saturday lhe .12lb day of October, 1312, at two o'clock p.m., at the of- McCorvie Realty Companv Street Lo'thbrldge Sale to be subject to a reserved bid lo be fixed by lho Court. Terms and conditions will be made known at the time of sale or caa be SoSr the There are believed to be no Im ru-ovomeui-j upon the said lands. DATED 13th day. of Conybenre. Church JIcArthm- Solicitors for lhe Plalnt'lff. Malcolm Auctioneer, SETTLERS POURING IN Edmonton, Alia.. Sept. Trav- ers, who has :i large Ihoroughb'.-cd SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE and ilateil oth Auguai. containing 112 acros more or less SECONDLY: All that portion of the North West quarter of Section 11 in Township ll, in Range 15. West of tho Fourth Meridian, lying north of the Belly River nnd containing I 5 acres more or less. THIRDLY: That portion of Sec- tion 1-1, In Township 11, in Range 15 West of the Fouith Ueiihuii MIIE west of the Belly lihei and contain ing 245 acres more or less FOURTHLY: That portion of Sec- tion 15 In Township 11, in Range 15 west of the Fouith Meridian .lyingi lorlh of tho Belly River.and contain- ng 578 acres more or less FIFTHLY: That Portion ot Sec-' .Ion 23, in Township 11, in Range 1" J vest ot the Fourth .Meridian, lying j lorlh and west of file Belly River and containing acres more or less, vill be sold by public anctloii on inlay lhe U'lh day of October' 191'' it Iwo o'clock P. M. at the IcCorvie Realty Company, 309-5th Street Soiilh, Lelhbridse. j Sale to be subject lo a reserved blili to. be fiied by the Court. Terms and conditions will be made' known nt the time of sule or nscertainod from the undersigned I Solicitors. There are believed tti be no im i provementa upon the said'lands DATED the.13th of September, A. D-, 1912. Conybeare. rhlirch X. McArthin Solicitors foi the Plllntlff .Malcolm .Young, Auctioneer. GOLD! SILVER! COPPER A POT OF MONEY <_ Ihe have a glass jar bf.nio'ne; of j Honor Roland n in M'lniiipeg. 'Gold, biilE dove of peace lias bee the uxjieiise of clubs, members ol ...on. port, that man s ,p Court I poorl class of butchers on the Imw ri.-.l Control ,n UogetliGr? Tlie jar weighs C2) l-ethbriJBe, made ounds. (4V-j) -Tour anU one-halt larger patronage. Llic heavy expense Peter Erasmus Dilates on Vast Chang Corvie Really Company, St. fireat Slave Lake on foot, and with a Sale lo bo subject to.a reserved bid lo be lixed bv the Court This will clear matters n f their earning. True great-'! iuio u.i.iL-iuiius mat mum ne looked inlo aim wnnc (Here hale hccn crowds uirncd but added to before (be A. A. L. reaches clear few slnckcrs and feeders on "l, c he increased attendance, rhp ,mior m..t __j ,___ .......i... __. lllt miber of Irips lo complete water. First, and loreinost is tin; I'lartel prices have chanited very Ht- iriplo schKinle. melted ihe bank ridiculous posilion ICrasinus, of I'nl; and clubs arc sorry, right now. thru a lacrosse war ever dime aboul. season mav wll- nc-ss some bill the His Four turns state emphatically that Ihey will not from iJiejr course, ft may be ihe flnailclnl pitch nill bring the' X. L. U lo amaleur- ic-i lhe A. A. t: .lie. Well bred c.vo year olds arc sell- I "fly-Mven mas art- SL'll- occupies as head ol Canadian and h i-u iho pnn, LI__. "i.u IIILII. letics, yet ihe fact remains that there are dozens of organized amateur ics- gu-os who do not recognize the A. A. U. This farcical stnto of nfiaivs miisi be investisatLKl and righted, if iho A. A. U. is (o hold Ibe fast waning re i f spcci of Ihe remainins bodies under scarcely enoucli yearlings comini; prices on IVhat few lhat Sept. i, northcasL of hcpre, a resident of whn.t is now ihe provines of Alberta, and sole survivor of Palllser's :eological been here have besn selling nh ibe year olds fommoi and (rollers arc i i wlug. expedition, which the prair- iCE to [be Koc.ky .Moiintnins. ISSli-S. snys he iici'S novvi a yoar, er in ihe ICilmoninn illslrict or throiieb in four days, by iaking a (rain to Ath- abascn. and using waier route, af- ter making a portaso of sixteen miles, one hundred miles up the River. TO SEE THE PREMIER "lines were .Hi-oil ilenund iron, and season. Alberu. when wheat oals Canadian Suffrage associaiicn will wail on Pre- :'ii! as are being bnrvesw.J Bori1-" "u -Monday aflernoon. Dr the js silonf .l( lasl qnolalions. Hulls have hec-n comi in ralhcr liberal numbers. i'cn-ir.apc of choice fat bulls sm.ili. The of ihem are of a iii.liiuiia order and arr The crop is rhf hest in