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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 4,1017 THE CHIEF CHARM OF LOVELY WOMAN Bolt. Cleer, Saoeth Ski* Cmn Wttfc tim um of MFKurr-A. landed, and when he did land he was not sure ot reaching tho objective point. Since then he has practised hitting straight from the shoulder. He has attained great results. These straight arm right hand punches not. only enabled him to defeat Freddy Welsh and win the lightweight championship of the world, but they enabled him to stop one of the raoit formidable contenders, Johnny Kllbane. Further than this, these straight arm punches have enabled' Leonard to .win seven of hiB last eight fights with knockouts. In all ot the fights he has scored knockouts Leonard has employed a straight right to "polish off" his opponent. It is a powerful punch. Benny has learned how to put his shoulder behind the punch. Leonard works systematically ' in the ring. He Jabs his opponent .with his left until he has him "set" for a right cross. He to quick- to- land this' punch, and then returns to his, jabbing again until his opponent' once more leaves an opening for the right. sport notes. The Chicago Cuba have purchased Pitchor Walker from-the -New Orleans club, and ho will report at once. . * -. � - Because the Gettysburg club of the Blue Kldgo league, was unable to pay all their hack salary, the plr.yers refused to don uniforms last Saturday, and the game had to be forfeited.  At Streator, III, Mrs. W. E. Daoust, ot Den Moines, drove her horse for second money in the 2.13 pace. Manager Jack Barry, of the Boston American league club, was enrolled on Saturday at tho Boston Navy Yard as a yeoman iu the fourth class naval reserve. PAGE THIRTEEN �M*/^ ---'"7 * S-T-A-M- AT 15 -16  17 19.17 AT LETHBRIDGE AUGUST 15 -16 -17 191? KAY KNIGHT Canada's "BUFFALO BILL" as Manager. Supported in the Arena by 100 Trained Men and 300 Animals SOMETHING WILL BE DOING EVERY MINUTE WITH ALL THE ZIP Of WILD WEST FAME Wednesday, Aug. 15 is "MOVING PICTURE DAY" Come and see yourself as others see you. The Stampede will be Reproduced in Motion Pictures ' f3 REMEMBER WE HAVE NO CONTRACT RIDERS OR CONTESTANTS. WE HIVE. ALL COMERS AN �| jg _ EQUAL CHANCE TO WIN THE PRIZE MONEY. j Home R�ee�..... ........................81,CHMkno Broncho anil Steer Riding -..............,$1050.00 Cg3 Wild Horse, Steer and Mule Rates........ Ladies' Broncho Riding.................. 1�5.00 ^ Worst -Burking Horse.................. Bulldogging.......................... 325.00 ^ Fancy Roping.......................... 150J Steer Roping....................... ... 325.00 Foot Racing.......... ......... ....... 75j Calf Roiling............................. 50.00 $j Many Other Prizes Will Be Offered. 150.00 50.00 00 00 The Knight Sugar Company challenges all coiners for a fancy purse to rope and brand twenty-five calves. The well known Raymond Restaurant Association will i�e prepared to feed all coiners as they have heretofore done. Special Railroad Rates are being arranged from all points tributary to Lethbridge. Continuous Dancing Each Night in the Great Exhibition Building. Two Brass Bands, Each Playing a Selection Alternately. /^/iv CVj**l lie*Si f Fare ftom.tethhi'idge to Exhibition Grounds vU/ UC/ VISJC i Fare for Children ... ...... ............ -- ALL REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SOLD POSITIVELY AT CITY PRICES ' ADMISSION Scents 1 cent Adults, to grounds........ Children, ages 10 to 15.... Children, under 10........ .......... ... ...... MM...(�.. Grandstand )................. ............ *.. 5 Grandstand, reserved, (extra) . ............ . Fre� T Automobiles, parked ........'. Automobiles used as grandstand seats, (extra) .75 Manager: RAY KNIGHT, Raymond Sec-Treas.: S. F. KIMBALL, Raymond ^Concessions wire or write O.^^ A FEEBLE SOURCEOF INFORMATION, (Jeneva, July 3fti.jrJa London.--�. &> TROUBLESOME "What a trouble maker he is!" "Yob. He couldn't be* worse If he wus a Socialist." M0.3T .VALUABLE MAP KNOWN to Made of Precious Btones and Metal*-to French Among (he wonderful ....treasures gathered together at the 'Paris 'Exposition was .a map rivalling iu its. intrinsic value the contents of many notable towel canes. This map of France to not printed or drawn like ordinary maps, but made up of costly metals and studded with precious stones. The chief towns of Prance, to the number of 10(1, are represented by costly (ems set in gold, Paris nat- ��-!��-. -----------------......J.----------.....' ' ' urally taking ttva premier .position with a lino rubelllte. i Tho colors of the mineral kingdom are ns 4-lch and: diversified as these found In flowers, and thus It Is not difficult, when expense Is no object, to llud in stones tints of all hues. In ihls unique map of France variety to secured by the employment of such minerals the emerald, its paler sis-tor--the beryl, the sapphire, tourmaline, amethyst, and many more whose names ure less familiar. In this wonderful map tho rivers art) made of platinum. ... ^ . JO.YOUB EXPECTANCY Farewe>! to oM Dyspepsia! No mo�e we'll have to take A lot of chemical compounds (or the digestion's sake. The nation will be happy yet; with sugar scare and high, Not mentioning the flour and lard, we'll all quit oatlng pie. L -Washington' Star. Leather money was In circulation to Russia as recently as the time fi: Peter the Great. ' T 29350?01?250 902338 ;