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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX TMELETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1909. THE SALE OF are now receiving daily letters from outside points asking what lots are available Faith in Lethbridge means faith in Parkdale FUNCTION AT CARMANGAY Hygienic with hands There are no better or more popular soods ou the market to-day than Webster's El Presidenle and Webster's Clear Havanahs Sherbrooke, Que. The oulv ci.sjar factory in the Dominion run on hygienic principles. Carmangay, Alta., Nov. very pleasant function was held in the Oddfeliows' Hail on the occasion of the Institution of Little Bowr Lodge j 51. I. O. 0. F. last evening.-Isaac j Hall. P.O. of Sandstone City Lodge', i Calgary was the instituting officer, j L'K members were or.roiled in -thej new lodge and the following officers j elected: J. W. Miller, J. D. G.: A. Kellogg. N. T? Little. V. G., H. G. Hurlburt, j hi. Sec.. H. A. Cherriman, F.-Sec.. Jas. j I MeNaughton, treasurer. i At 11. o'clock a banquet was given) I to visiting Oddfellows in the splendid! dining room of P. McNaughton's fine .'w hotel, "The Grange." 0. W. Watson, aged 31, oi Hawk- iacville, Georgia, was instantly kill- i It has been semi-officially aanounc- ed that the construction of the poyr- i er works by the Hydro-Electric mission at Port Arthur will be in au automobile accident. He lost ouce'jn spitc of control of the machine, which crash- j injunction proceedings against ih BIG- FIGHT MAY BE AT. SALT LAKE Chicago, 111., Nov. aj certified cheque for to be ap- j plied on a bid for the Jeffries-John-; son championship battle, G. L. Bis-; card, of G-ohlfield, Nev., whisked: through town yesterday en route to-: Philadelphia. The man who engineer- j ed the Gans-Nclson combat affair of fistic history, is after the heavy- weight contest, and is enthusiastic over his prospects. "I am going to land that said Biscarti. "If money and protec- tion can secure it'll I get thr fight the battle will in all probably be held in Salt Lake, Utah. We have things j arranged. I have the certified cheque j in my pocket for and a certi- i Tied order to go as high as for the G1LBEYS INVALID PORT A Guaranteed Pure Vintage Wine shipped from Oporto. Strongly recommended for general use and for Invalids by many eminent Doctors. OH, YOU MR. LEWIS. NOW WILL YOU BE GOOD ed at Niagara Falls, Out., yesterday ed against a telegraph pole. municipality itself. Elected Captain oi the Montreal Vic- toria Hockey Glub. for Season of 1909-1910. DEER RUNNING WILD IN' THE STREETS New jure so Haven. Con., numerous in Nov. that state that New York, Nov. assertion that women should not be allowed to vote unless they have a baby, report- ed to have been made by E. N. Lewis. i M. P. at Ottawa, Ont.. has excited If so to what better place can you go? Have you ever read of the beau- tiful Fraser Valley; the place where your birds from the prairie go to Follow the birds and you will make no mistake. Let us take you there right now and see for yourself what is going on. This is the right time of year to buy land, when everything looks its worst. Facts are stubborn and we do not have to tel! you any cock and but! story about B. C. She can speak for herself. Just as sure as you are reading this so win you fait in love with the Fraser VaHey when you see it. It is the rich man's idea! and the poor man's paradise. We shall be pleased to hand you a pamphlet which just tells you what you can do. t Put it in your pocket and when you get out to see for yourself then you will know if we have told you the truth or not. _. Mr. Charles Tyner, a practical fruit grower, is in our office al! day and from seven to nine in the evenings to answer ali enquiries. Look out for our window this week. Ground Floor Offices next Balmoral Hotel, Street, Lethbridge Phone 122 Hockey Meeting A meeting will be held tonight. Dec. 1st, at S p.m., in the new rink, 1239 Dufferin street, for the purpose of i organizing a hockey team to go into i a league with Macleod, Pincher Creek., j Col email, Fernie, Cranbrook. Michel i 'and Moyie. A representative has to j attend a meeting at Fernie on Dec. j I All interested in hockey are re- to be at the meeting tonight.! Help the team out boys; Lethbridge j should win this year. iGarae Warden Stark has warned considerable comment among promin- boys and men not to throw sticks or stones at the animals when they are seen on the city streets. Last, night the warden killed a buck which had sought refuge in a down town stable. It had been chased and had a broken ent suffragists here. i "As? a rule I think it best to leave unanswered people who make absurd said Mrs. Carrie i i Chapmen Catt, one of New York's leading suffragists. "I am sick and tired of hearing sex dragged into every argument. How can it possibly affect a .woman's intelligence to be or not to be a Mrs. John Philip Wells, a promin- ent English suffragette, stopping at the Piaza, was even more vehement. "How in the world could motherhood, any more than fatherhood, affect the Mrs. Wells exclaimed inclig- na'mly. "Would there be any possible logic or sense in women suggesting that men should not be allowed tc- vote unless they were fathers? Why make the 'no babies, no a woman suffrage try? Why not make it universal? I am sure you would lind quite as many men barred from the polls as women." BIG FIFTEEN ROUND I TENNIS TOURNAMENT i> i O Australians the American i Syuney, Nov. in the inter- Q j national tennis tournament tor the i Dwight Davis challenge cup began j today with the singles, in which the 3? j Americans were defeated in straight I sets. j Ip j McLoughlin and Long of California j i met respectively Brookes and Wild-: 75 ing. the Australians who won the tro- from Great Britain in 1907. Me- HT I Loughlin'-s volleying was excellent, i but lie found Brookes' service prac- j iVi Iticai.y unplayable. Wilding's crown, it2 shots were The weather u2 was c-ooi and the sky overcast. The )rr -court was slow. The attendance ;f> [good. "5 The scores: International i Norman K. Brookes. Australian, beat lii i Main-vice McLoughlin. United States.; I A. E. Wilding, Australia, beat Mel- ?r i ville Long, S.. 6-1'. 7-5. 0-1. if PROFESSIONAL BALL PLAYERS ARE WORKMEN Interesting Decision Given by British Court. The professional football player in England is a "workman" within the 'isi i meaning-of the workmen's compensa- Q Ition act, so far as the decision of the Court of Appeal can make him so. Judgment has just been delivered on the appeal of the Crystal Palace foot- ball club, Limited, from two awards made for compensation under the act in favor of the applicants. Roberts and Walker, by a county court judge. [For the club It was pointed out that jit was a limited company, which ex-! i isted for the purpose of promoting j j football and other athletic sports, and j (for maintaining a football team or Q j teams. There was no reason why those teams should consist either ex- iClusively or at y.1! of. professionals; Ithey might be either professionals or j amateurs or mixed teams. The acci- dent in respect of which the claim was made in each case occurred dur- o j ing the playing of a game. The club. a week from May 1. IMS, until 9 ISO. It provided that during the j j term he was not. to engage in the business of a publican, or reside in .1 public house, or engage in profes- sional running, or in any other sport without the consent of the club, to attend the trainings, and to keep him- 1 I I W THE Eureka Theatre BETWEEN Jack Clark OF LETHBRIDGE AND jj EV i Kid Pidgeon OF SPOKANE AT 10 O'CLOCK ADMISSION RINGSIDE ;