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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 1, THE DAILY HERALD PAGJB TH1MB! THE MUTUAL LIFE ASSUR- ANCE CO. OF CANADA Has A Suppus of over And Thlu ALL BELONGS To Tho rOLIC'YHOLDERS This is True of NO OTHER CANADIAN COMPANY ''If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or sec E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. TO SPENO OVER Especially Oil Stocks "There's lots of money in stocks." "'Quite right; llmt'is' where mine Allowed Youngster Eighteen Willie Homie bent Wolker Uochrun ;'by the eoinfortEiblo inariiin of to 18. Willie was a kid iiinmelf wlion lie started in, ;iml in encour- aging tlio youngsters. IJcuce tb.fi IS. .RDEML LEfflE PJUK WILL 3E 338 FEET TO NEAREST FENCE AND GRAND STAND WILL SEAT ALF. SHRUBS TO BE AMERICAN CITIZEN Boston, .Mass., Dec. Ci'iul SimiMt, lemons liisli runiH'r, for the past six bea.'joiis couch of Hie Harviml croiiii-counlry tuulilH. tit1- lo hcconii.1 an American lie uill shortly apply tor paiicrs in tltu Slatu or .Massachusetts. Shnilifo will yo into InistiHinK ill JJoiilua Hiis Viutr.T. will to coach (lie harricra. lie held all tlio v.'ond's niiniiliK records I'rujn New York, Nov. Io miles as an :nna- nits maile at federal leiiglii! lieail-i xuiarlcTS lir-tc lodav Unit fironmls so- cm-ill'for till' New'York Kccliral cllll, v_v v_v_v v EMI" cost and were lucaicil at fine1 Hundred and Forty-liftii street ami Lenox avenue and extended .to lUulcm liver. The mimes ol .the financial backers of tin; club, it .was stated, will bo withheld until the annual meeting takes Will Be Biggest American Field TiiR plot covers: 011 area equivalent to. city lots. H is binindt'd by One llundi'.'d and street on the north Una l-'ornio, B.C., Nov. to the Sir AVm. ;Wlio has charge all 'in- ternment, camjis in the Dominion, inudu a fly ins visit to Ibe ciiinji. yesterday. Me xvonf. over every department of UK; citmji, inspecting all the buildings. He expressed hint- sell' as highly nic-nseil with what hu anil Colonel Mc- Kay upon the efficiency of his officers and tliu frnard.s, .Much .improvement was notud in Uie drill and other mat- ters military, ovt-r wiiat saw when j hero tjome months ago. The prison-{ urn most coint'urtably clothed mid j housed, and are being led unon good rations in ample supply. j There is aboiie two feet of snow on the level here now, and nearly as No work is being done on the prov- No work K .lieiriK done on tbe prov- inciiil roads by the urisoners now, on account of the dt-pih of aiiow. but it is expected tluit Una wil'i soon be overcome, and some work ed during the winter. Coal Mines Busy The output ol coal from here and at Michel is still on the increase, and now amounts to about four thousand tons dally. DMONTON BOXER IS SMOKING PIPE OF VICTORY Eloquent Answer A teacher asked a class to write an essay on "The Hesu'It of and one of the bright but lazy boys I mmd'rud and Forty-second street in the class handed in as his composi-1 tlin youth the Ilarlrm liver and j Spukani1, "Rid" tion a blank siieet 01' impcr. Fifth avenue- on the 'ca.st, and I.i-nox Scalar depar'a'd Ivluionton after avr-nue on the a l-airline decision over Thc playing Held, it is said, will Kivott boiv. the oilier nighl he gave Sissies Prove Winners 'Very often we feel like- kidding the silliawa.s type of names, but suddenly we remember that Percy Lawrence and Willie Hauler won the six-day race :it then there's J'ercy Haughton, Percy Roberts, Jess Willard, Frunkie Fleming anti Georges Don't Like Scotch The reasons why humorists look so Bourly serious (seo any magazine story) may be contained in the re- mark of Tiiininas in Bsirrie's "A Win- dow ut "A body canna be expeckit. baith io tnak' the joke an' to see't. Xa, that would be two fow.ks What the printers will do to that .'Scotch dialect will be plenty. They don't like Scotch, anyway thsy pre- fer beer. SHAG SIGNS WITH McGILL Frank who won two Too that 1 "chain nionships for McGili, and with a team came within an ace of landing a' third, has again eil a -contract charge the coaching of .the iHcGi'il 'team in the .event of intercollegiate. football being played next jseasqu. In event th McGili does'noi part in int competition the contract 1 ,comes null and void. Uie lartiefit major leagire pack in the out ihe lollowing Lounlrv. I 1 meet Freddie Welsh at fid- A distinct feature will be the di.s- monlon, Dccemher 1C, I will liavo taiii'i' from the hnrnr plate to tlicjiim scrapping me under rules that hn'Uidar'y in fnir Around in auv direc-i art; exactly suiii-d tc my style. I've ticn. Tlir distance from llu- plate to-always thonglil 1 could teat him if I the milrefii'ld fence will Ije over cvt-r him in th'1. rjnir umltL' clean- Windermere District Losses In War Are Heavy Whets the appetite Relieves thirst Improves digestion Gives solace Lightens labor Economical in cost Yields great benefit Smokers' friend right feet and to the fences 3S8 feet. Will Be Resdy in Early April Plaits have beuri perfected for th orcdioii of a. pnstlEss, double mist and capable of seating and eventually seating at- commodations will tic arranged for morc.-ThR park sitn is easily left Held I brcal; rules, the way iiox in Can- 1 adn, and that is it is going to lie on thu liitli. I met him once, you tin.1 of the accident to Luther McCahy at Calgary. When we went into the ring under strict or- ders from the provincial authorities that wi! would he arrested and our bonds forfeited if wo Knocked from all points in thu Hronx and .Manhattan boroughs, as tltern arc e xccilnnt facilities for transportation. Work will be begun iinincdiately to clear the property and the'entire plant is expected to "be in readiness for the formal opening of the season of 19iti next April. i our; another out, or even put one an- I other down for the count. I had a line chance to win against a notorious dancing master like .Welsh 'under those limitations, didn't GpIFFITHS Ohio, Nov. Griffiths of this, city won In fairly easy fashion from Matt Wells, formci English .champion, tonight, in their 11'- round so. ATRICK. CLAIMS TEAM COMPLETE NAN A! MO "HEAVY" INFLICTED SLEEP.PRODUCING WALLOP ON OPPONENT'S CHIN is a rcalfighter by knocking out Tom JlcCarty, the Montana cowboy, in the third round of their scheduled ten- round battle. Ccnvlcr inflicted the sleep producer on McCarty's chin at the- close" of -the second-round, but it was not until the. beginning of the third session that Referee McHart- ianil counted him out: No Furthnr Will Be Made t0 Secure Eastern Players Vancouver, B.C., Nov. the announcement that Ut-i Irvine, the former Winnipeg amateur star, has ac- cepted-terms with Portland., and will for tbe coast .today, President Frank Patrick stated today that no further effort will be made to secure eastern players. "J am satisfied that we have lined up some of the best players in the game for the coast clubs, and every team will enter the race in fiii'i stated the coast magnate. j to come west for a trial, hut we call- I not find, room for any more, and I stand uat on the players we have se- cured." O'DOWD BEATS KRAMER Milwaukee, Wis.; Nov. O'- Dowd, St. Pair; TV-elterweight, ontboxed Billy Kramer, Milwaukee, tonight in a 10-round bout, taking the first, third, sixth! eighth, ninth and tenth rounds. Willard's Manager Saw Fight "Tom Jones, WUiard's manager, saw the fijrht. Tie gave my manager, (rmuie in Canada.) Skates KEKP YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE ..FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S, SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 407 5th St. S. Phono 1032 Minn., Nov, looks ,s th'ough we're going to get a chance ;t said F rod Fulton, heavy-, vcight boxer, who .was in Winona assliraRce that "we would be giv- his way to Rochester for his recent. en lirst, chance against the champion bout in" Milwaukee, in which he knock- j during the Mardi Gras at New Or- ed out Andre Anderson in the fourth leans. He told us Hint I hart the round. Fulton was scratch as a result of the encounter with the. big Chicago scrapper. "I could have knocked him out in i against Will; the firsb Fulton said. "Nat-lvi'llo. If not punch and looked better, than any of (he other men clamoring for a chance. the next T shall rest. In the if I am matched I will go into vaiide- there is a possibility Cnmbrook, B.C., Nov. p.reat war ia certainly falling Its toll from those who have ut one time or another within recent years called the Windermere district their home, or who have near and dear relatives re- siding in .its midst. In addition to those previously reported as dead from wounds, missing, taken prisoner, or wounded, there has lately been re- ceived word of tho death on a hospital ship in the Dardanelles of E. B. Rich- ardson, son of the late Sir Thomas Icichardnou and Lady Richardson of England. The late Mr. Richardson was a rancher, living on liis holdings imme- diately adjoining Windermere. Short- ly after the war broke out he joined a regiment in England. A very sad feature was that he hart, been preceded by his bro- ther, Mr.xDdiiglas Richardson, also of Windermere, who not hmtc after en- listing contracted typhoid fever, an shortly after met his death. This a fHction -was funhcr added to for Lad Kichardaon -by another son being ported "missing." Cable "a'dvices, received by friend of "Lieut. F. Jab B. the King's Royal Rifles Lieut. Hankey enlisted locally, and af ter reaching England was transferrei to his present regiment; Shortly be ioi-G his departure from Quebec h was united "in marriage' to Anna daughter of .late W. Norris an Mrs.'Morris, who reside in Vancouver An additional sufferer is ,T. A. Bur a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bur jess, at present of Athalmer, but late y of Kitchner, B.C. Private Burgess enlisted at Moose Jaw, and with his regiment proceeded tc tbe old country Me is ut present in the Duchess oi Connaughi hospital at Cliveden, Ens land. The Windermere district branch of the Red Cross Society of Canada have been gathering together comforts and treats for the local boys in the trench- es, and those >were today dispatched to the front. Ronald Howat, government agent for Windermere, has been transferred to the Fernie district, to succeed F. G. Stalker. He, together .-with Mrs. Hew- .t and family, leave on Friday for their :iiew home. The person to suc- ceed ilr, Ilewat locally is not so far known, but John.Buhnan of the Gold- en office Is relieving meanwhile. u.ralfy 1 took-his measure ami was satisfied before we .travelled-half way i York on December 3. Tlicy have made through the .first frame that be was us an oiTer. BARBER GETS "TIP1 Mount Holly, N J., Nov. cause .his razor dirt not cut, uor his !iot towels scorch the face of Francis E. Miller when he shaved him at the Hotel Astor seven years ago, George f-loehn is to be.rewarded. Hoehn, who that I will light Jim _Savago in New {is now. Jn charge of-the new Washing- ton House barber shop learned today "I would want nothing better, from pugilistic standpoint alone, than. my man. The report that he knocked me rtcwn in. the first round was un- true. T slipped to my knees, but was .chance to get at the. conqueror, o! up in When I got ready I i'Jack Johnson. Cunttilcntly, I believe sunk a couple oi hard ones into.An-j I will wear that crown early next derson and tho fight 'was over. j year. New York, Nov. 30. ings to close race tracks in this stale Lacy, prominent for a generation in to Albany-wheii Hughes sporting circles., aiid known in nrVtton and" to clays-of- unrestricted race track bet- I Aftor that dc Lacy.turned ting ns the '.'Poolroom died attention to real estate, a local hospital Sunday, at the age 71 pneumonia, which after an operation for gall stones. 1 After growing-.rich as a pool room. keeper tie Lacy, waged a bitter against jockey, clubs when they tried to restrict betting" to tracks and it was said that his efforts-led to tho adoption to the New ;Jersey anti- racing law in 189-1, ali New, Jersey Bracks permanently. Laf- cr de Lacy resorted to legal procced- COMME'NCE TEACHING. SCIENCE OF BOXING IN YANKEE COLLEGES Boxing ia buing taught to students in three Ohio schools Reserve, Case school of App'iied Science and University School of Clevel- land. Faculty- members -say boxing makes students moro" liant and fits them for business battles after they leave col- lego. Tommy prqmiH- ent ..middleweight for several 'j'carsj Jg instructor at'Case, that -Mil'Icr. who died some time ago, had left him Dormitory Bowlers Beat Business Men The Dormitory Ijpwling team took a fall out o! the Business Men at the Y..M.C.A. last night in a league match. The issue wa? decided in two games, the first by a.margin oi 15 pins and the sceon'd by 17 pins, mak- ing a total of 02 pina tlic match. Ed. Davis was easily Hie lushest, roller of the evening1. The scores delicious flavors MADE IN CANADA Every package sealed air-tight C23 Clbew it alter every meal ADVISED AGAINST GOVERNMENT ACTION Winnipeg-, Man., Nov. A. Jreerar, president of the Grain Grbiv- T'B Grain Co., and G. R. Crowe of the Jrain" Exchange, returned from Otta- tonight, whence they had been ummpned by the Dominion govern- oient. They attended the conference Satur- day, at.which the authorities decided o commandeer the grain in the ter- ilnal fcievators. Both gentlemen Patriotic Rally In Two-Twelve advised against any such ac-1 ion, iiomting a tie-up would1 esult from any interference in tbe rain trade at such a critical period. Two-Twelve, Nov. Friday, Nov. 26th, a verv. successful patriotic concert-, supper and dance was held in the Kippcn school in 3-12. D. H. Elton oi Letlibridsc, was to have delivered an .address on the war, but owing to important busiv lo Attend BUSINESS McArthut Stewart Haworth... 130 iW 3G2 Davidson To'omts Davis..... DORMITORY 110 407 121-347 ,128-835 Howling All THE DOMINION BLOCK A Man May Eat Any Meal ND DIGEST IT EASILY IF HE WILL BUT TRY. FREE DIGESTIVE TABLETS. Don't ibe afraid of your meals. The eason you have dyspepsia, is that hirig is lacking in your dlges- .pparatus-necoBsaiy to the stoui- ch's 'work. A perfect stomach loves to work, erfect fllgestioii is not afraid of any uieal and benefits -by its consumption of food tbe whole- machine of man. Stuait's Dyspepsia TaiMets makg easy tbe work because they oomfblne active fruit-and vege- table essences which sli'o needed by the stomach. These essehces are fiO powerful they digest food without aid from tbe stomacfu They have done this with read and tiisciisscd, and refreshmenl senpt 'Uis meeting oe social evening to which the humbj men w-jll -bo invited. A thresher is .expected. ucek, and is hustling 'o new ijijnaiioi foi tlip big crop COE siderable blue dome roofini; and rhoc will be used m thes nLMv biiihhngs, and some spare hed rooms bt util.zed for'tis a long long to a lumber Robert Brockhbuie, of Maain- asin, a very clear and instruc- tive address, outlining -fully the causes oi tbe war. The patriotic numnerb on tbe pro-j ten gram helped towards, m it ing the con- cert an en mj able one A' substantial chicken supprr was then served and everyone hail done ample justice to the manv dam- ties, a dance commenced j the" young people enjoying themselves until tte wee hours of t-ht moinjng Miss vlbite of'Foremost, presided at the and Mr. H. Olson, our local violinist; supplied the mubic which was ae- scrying of the highest mprjt R B BENNETT IN LONDON London, Vov B P of Calgdry, Alta has arrived li London, and will remain, here abou meal encased in a gt'nss tube. o will send a trial package to any one free for his name ami ad- dress. Eat what you will or when you will, then take 11 Stuart Dyspepsia Tablet and seo how' you will digest that meal. In a short tinia'your stomach will have a natural. supply of juices and your! whole system will be able to take care. of digestion easily. Ask your "dhigglst abc-iit Stnnrt'a Dyspepsia Tablets. His answer will tell more than we- can say. Ask him how they sell. If you want to buy 1 them him 50c.., But it1 you want to test them write iis and you wil' re- ceive a trial .package mail without conl. Address -V. A. Stuart Co.. 213 Stuivrt Bldg., Marshall, Ailvcr- tlsemcnl. The proceeds amounted to about mid have forwarded to tbe- Patrio.tic This is the (irsfe pa- triotic concert gnen in tins, district, and judging HO..I the true spirit, there vTll be more such envr tammrnts lo follow ONEl'OUK JfEWM Ondour, Nov 23 Alice Orefino visiting her sistei it ot, North.Dakota L. J. I luff carried tie mail week for J. H, who is busy L. Ihuicah has rcturitcd (he threshing liclds at New and crops in thac A Co Imp ernotert af fie Bla-'ktail Ity. J. H. Wallace a large, granary ranch, [of the storage of winter feed, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Current; old-timers in 2 5, Invc gone to Havre, Monlana, for the winter, p.nd will contintie m the spring io Iheir inlure homi m Jhchi- gan. The Country f with H iiii; papers on "1 and "Home met last week Inlerest nioMiijr Our Work" THE MOMENT "RAPE'S DlAPEP SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES.' 'JJealh does put bad stomach in crlcr does' overcome gestion d> spepsia, heartbttn and sourness m just Pape'u tbe laigest selling stomach in the worM If what you eat mcnts into stubborn lumps, you bejalj SRS and eructate Sour, food and acid, herd is ilizey aches breath foul; tongup coal jour Inaides filled with btl6 bud gestible thV no- men I Diapvpgin" cornea in contact with stomach all iitJcS distress It's truly manolous, and joy is its harmlessnesa. A case 6f hpeiHln will ghe you dollars noith of satisfaction or yaw (iruggisf hahds your montr It's worth your Weight men and women wlro can't get stomachs regulated It your tilwaja be T" lianrf.v in case of a sick stomach during the day or tbe quickest, surest unit ir stomach regulator Iu tho' f ,i ;