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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 8. 1011, THE LCTITB FUDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11. if" 1 t Ti T 13 igfii jTiikcs Greatest Care Given Every Rear of Wright's Jewelry Store SAY IT WASN'T A PRIZE FIGHT Claim of Roy George's Lawyer in the Police Court Case The police court was busy this morn- ing tryiug to solve that knotty and ancient cjuestion, "When is a boxing exhibition a prize fight." it is safe to i say that there has bc-esi more po-, jlice court controversy over that. ouo: !question in Canada and the United j States 'during the past, tf-n years than i over'any other half dozen that might crop up. The answer is so elusive that it makes the slippery eel look like a four flusher. The most, intricate Chinese puzzle isn't one-two-; three with this pheriom that worries! the magistrate's think-tank, j AH the excitement in local police circles was caused by Hoy George, amateur fist artist, taking a jaunt down io Sweet Grass on April Fool's .day to engage iu a fistic encounter with one Kid Fanderig from North Dakota, in Xichol's hall there. Dur- ing the fight George his chiul into the Kid's fist in or about the I third round and his mind refused to work for some thirty seconds; ini other CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY I A book that ouglit to be in the hands of every Bible Stu- dent. It is designed to that tin; Bible is not respon- sible for the views and tenets of Christendom, its appeal is to the DEVOUT, BUT DISTRESSED, such will find their distresses at an end in the exhibition of a system of Truth, which, though discarding the theology of the pulpit and irivino- entire weight to all the fiicts of science, Accepts the Bible as the Word of God. This book can be had free on .application to Sidney T. Batsford i General Delivery Lethbridge Caked Pen Nibs are unknown to the man who writes with RELIANCE INK A COMMISSION RESIGNATION NOT ACCEPTED Washington State College. Pullman, words he was knocked out in the third. The Kid then copped the! _ 5250 purse and 60 per cent, of thejApnl George Seve.-ance. gate and hied himself to his eastern. f0nnerl-v connected with the statj col- home. and George came hack to in the agr'. ada with the short end of the who for the la." year or so 1-as Chief Gillesine wanted to been In charge of land traas' j Alberta, hi? returned and George was ation as already arrested on inform- stated in these col- which is a part, of the work carried on by "the state college. SUNFLOWE-R PHILOSOPHY (Atcnison, Kan., Globe.) A man always says fishing is rood Mr. Severance was offered the posi- ]ust brf he tion mentioned some time ago and _ tendered his resignation as manager of the Bohrnstedc Farms near Stirling I Ko man should cultivate his tolrit but his resignation was not accepted to a point where be break of{ the and he is still in charge. Views of Operators or Miners Cannot be Gather- ed--No Change in Crow's Nest Go's. Policy (Special to the Fleruld.) Fernie. R. C., April lull of yesterday in the strike now has been broken this moniin? by the action hylsident the jiovermnent iu setting in motion hardly cialiou, but inasmuch as the present manager has acted with the mil RELIANCE INK CO Winnipeg, LTD. machinery for arbitration of the dispute between the operators and the j minors which has kept iu idleness the] knowledge and endorsement of J'-'rc- lioijcTS in that regard i'. is possible that Mr. Wilson's as- umns. Was It a Prize Fight Pullman, where lie awaits instr from the board of events, who meet This morning the casp which Professor Severance has been remanded from came Delected to take charge of the experi- up again and J. R. Palmer admitted jment station ac Puyalluu Wash at the outset that Roy George was ai bona-fide resident of Canada. Tbej question then arose as to whether fight engaged in was a prize fight fair or simply a boxing exhibition as'I advertised. Here is what the law says' about it, "Leaving Canada to engage, in a prize fight, every inhabitant ori resident of Canada is guilty of an of-j BIRKENHEAD STOCK MARKET Liverpool, April Rogers Co. report here today that the price of cattle in the Rirkenbead market showed no alteration from last week, States steers making from 13 1-4 to 13 3-1 cents Canadians from 13 1-4 to 13 1-2 cents per pound. There was a reduction of one-half cent, per pound in sheep prices, lambB making 17 cents and wethers 13 1-2 cents per pound. neck off tho 'bottle instead. of waiting to look about for the corkscrew. It is as difficult to keep a lunch counter mustard pot looking tidy M it is to keep a boy's face clean. Tho photographer's to "look should not be confined to those rare occasions when you pose lor a picture. Count McGowan saya he has a neighbor BO poor and that be can't even support a dog. .sumption of the tncmi manager sir p "iiica sudden change iu s Manitoba, icon" ii'iues of district eighteen for .-----------------------.--------.-----__-------- Lastwoek. .1 Secretary Carter is msi A.CHISON PECULIARITIES j scen by a press to get- his executive l From the Atcbison Globe.) jtivu 'his morning Mr. Ashworth slat.-'sether within the three days' limit. What biis be-orui.' o[ the old-fash-led rbat ho l.M1 hoard that such action reigns in all quarters. Hume ioued man who liked to run his hand i was under consideration, but as are ponding between In a barrel of beans at the grocery. jne had received HO official notice the operators and their cin- erfec! While inking to -Ul somc OI- camps regard- One cf the surprising things in this j reporter he was called over tin? construction work and the rate world is tho number of errors phone persons can condense in a single sen-! Siockett, who lence- I the first to v.-ii lense and liable, on summary convic- tion, to a penalty not exceeding nor less 'than or to imprisonment; for a term not exceeding six months every jor to both, who leaves Canada with; l-oaid to- me from Iloamer by waws arp if> id so 10 as president would bej b operators ore hear of the action o fi- n ._ Stolen: An Atcbison man is com-! plaining because his wife, in an (-ar.- fort, to be stylish, cightfhirts. has hobbled bis! As as Pend'eiou is r-au tbc be .lohn onh- Atchisou mnn1 notified bulb head officials willing to continue payment at went to Hosier on over the old rates, and and had a "'crease si-all take effect as Stockett. Mr. McXiviu April 1st. and the union exccu- pnrties through thc-irj live arc making that whatever raise that, unless they. or'may be determined upon as a result j take advantage of the. of futtire.. negotiations shall apply as '-was intent io engage in.a prize fight with- out the limits thereof. A sparring match with gloves as' an exhibition of skill is not illegal.! Hut if the parties meet together till: one gives in from exhaustion or from: injuries received, it is a and-it is illegal whether the combat-; ants fight in gloves or not, and all. persons engaged iu such a fight are; punishable.'' i Kid Burns a Witness i Kid Burns, wuo fought a prelimm-' ary at the Sweet. Grass exhibition, was' called and examined. The fact; rough t out that tho fight wasi pmvision--.' of tbe Lenueux Act who enjoys reading the or ask from date, no tnmbie is .conducted in regulation, style, tbati S are now Assured I to investigate- the whole matter in: 'the interest of-the public good as wollj las to bring about as .speedily as.possi-i ible resumption of work iu the mines.) Meeting _ President, .of the opera-j 1 tors' association, is calling a meeting] c executive committee of tbc; m required. ATCHISON PECULIARITIES (AtchiKon. Kan., Globe.) Miss Clara Sclby has pretty Which assures us that we will have a heavy demand for Automobiles We are prepared to take care of that demand, and have the cars that are not the choice of a few, but of everyone In the E. M. F. "30" we offer yon a car that for ACTUAL SEK- YICE ami SMALL EEPAIR BILLS is WJ? EQUALLED by ANY CAR- on the market at any price. We can give yon absolute proof of coucilliauou. bqafd within the1'likely arise., and construction work of Queeiisuury straight rules i next three days the :government wili' during the shut-iV4'erc and lhat was to bc a jut once nppoim a Royal Commission j jf. aH camps SUL.h round decision affair. Burns said that''. the knockout seemed to he an acci- j dent although Georjre was plainly j enough knocked cold and had to be i jrevived. When revived George rush- ic-d to the miildk- of the ring, think- 'ing the fight was not. yet over, but was declared, by the knock- this statement. you to owners. You do not have to take our word .for it. We refer Knocked Out rotary I'ar'er In the prf-ss reporter ihr.t he bad received noticc [from Mr. McNivin. which ;in s'.ibs'.aucc ilie notice from .the gov- iernmcnt :is above civen. but he. could FOR SALE 3Y RED CROSS BOOK STORE S. A. VKTKRAXS' SCRIP Our specially i? S- A.'Vet-' Scrip.' We Scrip r.t the current price ib.Ti msr be froTu time to time. juivise tlio of Scrip r.trvr by those who have oppfinunitii'S for bonie- not. only aro h 077: e? toad locations? be- ing jap't'ly token up but S. A. Scrip is rapidly disappear- ing from the market. On .Tan- in ry ISth. 101? there wore 1550 Scrips outsrnndiim. On March the thorr were only 1271 Scrip? out- ?ta'nding. In that timr> only new Scrip? were issued asninst the 23D that ta- ken off th? market. This was during the three winter montlir. boforo 1; nl r-r-ariccJ. If you havo ?.ny tbouch! of tnkir.g up serial. or wjre'us. Tho pre- marknt prices aro morp of an opportunity than thry will ba later on. [not sny whal action if any his board day showed symptoms I would take. .Monday night is the out-; worm. and bo was doubt- To evil minded people a lie lotidor than the 'ruth. I i George also examined and said j that knorlcnd out he bad I not bren burr in any way and ro'iid ihave gone on with the fight, feeling every niau streets as u'heu he started. of tho hook-1 TIC for tbc defense held !ihiu. as G-cirgo wr.s not disablpd by tc'iisnn has :ui unusual child of .contained.; years. IT "minds" its parents. _ _ Nearly I side limit of time. 'ful whether the executive who had 01ll -v son-in-law. The hardest, worker in Atcbison ispp.ttorod to all points'hi tbc district fhcse flays is Hiclinrd Ayres' new ji-ouW be got together in tin-.o to lany action. The operators bej I able to meet, but no iutiinaiion as; J iio what steps they won tnokdl j to wbar steps they would take hfis( jheen civon out to anyone, here. j I When Keen by the ngetit Mr.j MoNivrn bad no official statement- ho make but would not deny that thej !statement of Secretary Tarter as to' having received official notice was! j j; This is welcomed by. the pub-j Jilic pen orally and is looked upon as a] j I substantial advance lowanls romej jlikind of a FetllomenT, and resumption! the scrap, and as tbc affair wss not. intended or advertised as a prize-fight.' there wore no grounds for a oonvjr- ition. and asked that the case be dis-; missed. salthy Afdiifon man is unusual' Chief Gillospie asked for a convic-: respeet tbar iio is proud of bis'tiou on tlu- ground that a knock-out CORED CFJOHSTIPATOB Mr. praJses Dr. Morse's lndia.ii Root was suffieiciu evidence that tho af- fair was of proportions. The r-ourt ro.-erved decision till Mon- day morning. Hoir.estEsiJ Really The Dorr.inion Exchange Bid. 14 King St., East Toronto. of The scope' wiiieb n royal commis- sion v.-ill br an1bnT-i7ei! to extend its'. invcFtisalir.n may be wider ami 01 a i more searrbing naniro than wouio be. taken under the Conciliation Art. but any action will lead to permanent ;-rf of lalvir t trotiblo will be by iieo- i pie oi liic vcuolr rour.'ry. i Wilson Not There Yet i Mr. IJ Wilson, the newly np- i pointed of ilie t'. O- pot yo' arrived, h'U is for by every train. j It has Jit- snrno t.ijat p.rriva! a oi policv as mcmbcrsliu) oi .''ho Mr. George Andrews of Halifax, writes: "For many years I bnvc hccn troubled with chronic Tliis ail- rnent never comes and I have been a victin: in the many 'finesses lhat constipation ttrings in its train. Medicine after medicine I have taken in order to fTnd relief, one and all left me in the same hopeless condition. It sccmcti that nothing expel from PHONOGRAPH IN WISCONSIN TALKS TILL COWS COME HOME j Ingenious Boys Call "Come. Boss" In- j j to Records and Machine Works j as Checker Game Gees On Monroe. April phono- aj'ii. ibp ingenuity of a of in this neicbhorbood, become thing of usefulness ns Indinn Root Pills. Tiiat was indeed .1 1'ickv for me, for I was so imprc'-sru v. itb the that I tloicrnuacri to give a fair trial. They hare regulated my stomnch and I p.m cured of constipation, and I cl.r.n: they haro no eqiuil as a medi- cine." over half a ccntcry Dr. Morse's Indian Ror.t 1'iils bnvc nccn curing con- i Afn r i jworn jrnsrt talk? ihcv lie of tbr thine in r- cP-uned -onr bark Io found thar doinc "-ur jjiifi v.-jth ih.' jramo. Ono of tbcy could talk into the rd? bavo tl'.e talk come ou' as i' went in. o hoTnvrn movo? oaMi called in'o tbcm. They cleanse wbc-le rv-jtera and rurify t'l-.c blood. cvcry'wbere i graph at 25c. a bcx. 2 Then they put ;he p bor.o- facing pasture and 'turned it The cows came he.iue. Price complete In the Flanders '207 which we can supply you in any style from a racy Roadster to a 5 fore- door Touring Car, at from io -S1250. we offer you a car in a class by itself. You have only to see this car and yon want ro he the owner of it. In the fninons Overland cars, we can give you anything that your he.-jrt might desire, from a classy fore-door Roadster at to 7 pas- senger 40 'h. p. Torpedo ai -S2GOO. And do not forget tlint we are agents for the TCnox. Thomas river e. j Kissell Kar and if yon want a REALLY HIGH CLASS GAR. Repair Department Tn order to keep up with the steady increase in this depart- ment the services of another first class mechanic, and will continue to increase our staff with mechanics, not helpers, as the work demands it. Electric Vulcanizing one of our specialties A complete assort inent of all sizes of tires and tubes always on hand. e aro also usrcnis for the famous Wood-worth Treads. W Asliiueni! St. Ltd. Phone 1454 ;