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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I December 'THE LETiroriJiMJE DAILY Page 7. Christmas Pleasure That's Mutual 'The GILLETTE Safely Razor, is a gift thst pleases much at first, and more everyday. It is as handsome as a piece of even better than it looks. Daily, for a lifelime, it will transform shaving from an irksome task into a pleasant incident in the morning toilet. 0 When you give him a GILLETTE for Christmas you do much more than add to a.mans daily cqrr.forl. Your pleasure lies in encouraging in him those sterling habits of self-reliance, self-respect and economy of lime, of which the morning GILLETTE shave is a symbol. Keenest, quickest, most convenient, and the only adjustable razor, the GILLETTE is a Christinas box worth worth getting. See the GILLETTE aisortmenl your Hardware Deilori, DruggittV orJewcler'i. Standard Sri. Edition. 15.00 to Sett from up. The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited Office and Factory, 63 St. Alexander St., Montreal. Office! in New York, Chicago, London, England and Shanghai, China. 320 Factories in Montreal, Bottom Berlin and Parii. SCHOOL ATHLETES GET PRIZES Bright Pupils Receive Rewards for Meritorious Work Conybeare and Others Deliver Addresses There was a happy loi of children m the Central school last night. Tliy j occasion' was the uf the i prizes for the annual school spoils, i of tile pnronla wwi' nut lo help the boys and girls Imvc a good time. Chairman Kleetwoud presided and III a brief introduction 'expressed the pleasure that the cvldjir! Interest In school gave him. lie paid 11 tribute to the teaching slalf, saying he had never known a liody of (each-1 ers who save such hearty co-operation In the physical work and men en; thuslastic effort for Ihe Intellectual advancement of the punils. They seem-' ed to have the welfare of the children always at heart. He glad they bad with them an o'ld chairman of til'.: j board, .Mr. Conybcare. who was to favor them with an address. i 1 An Eloquent Address j Mr. Conybeare spoke particularly to the students, poiuaiij: out the joys thai youth offered, and encouraging them to make the host.of present op- portunities. Con-tinning ho eulogized books. They stimulated the best in ns. they widened our thought, they cheered our lonliriess, thuy lightened our sorrows; they are friends worth cultivating. He recalled the emblem of the great Cardinal Itichilieii. an eagle Hying Into the fare of the sun, underneath tile molto "I ascend." Such should be the aim of every boy ami girl; not merely to win fame and position' but to rise asovo self, above -sordid pleasure and above dishonesty, i Above all be good, that is the highest nobility. He closed effectively with: "Be good sweet maid, let who will be clever. Do noble things, not dream them all day '.ong: And so make life, death and the vast forever One grand sweet song." Prizes Distributed The students were brought to the platform in groups and the prizes were planted by Sheriff Young, Principal Hodgson, Principal Stewart and Mr. Conybaare. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL TODAY Willie HI'tcliie, an obscure boxer and training partner of McFarl.ind's, made a great showing against Freddie Welsh as a '.substitute tor Wolgast at Los Angeles Thursday. He bad Welsh uincion, urn. groggy at limes but Welsh succeeded moved to Lelllbridgc, iwilieb in future will be divisional iifadiiuarU-rs with ;1 sliperiiilrtnlent tin charge. Dr. Cialbrailli.. presented the cups and championslilp moilals. Ho spoke of the Hoard's pleasure-, at the pres- ence of- (lie parents and araurud (ho boys and girls of the importance .of physical 'cducallon. Sound bodies must furnish the foundation of Intel- lectual ami moral development. Prizes were necessary to cnrouruKO tile pup- ila in physical endeavor, and he con- gratulated the pupils'upon their cue- cess. The fine prizes j were evidently much appreciated by the winners and '.he other students heartily applauded the victors as they received their re- wards or Bang with spirit "For he's a jolly good fellow." Dining the evening piano selections were rendered by .Misses Bonnell and Link, ivblle Miss Lafferty sang a sweet Hftje love song. Two choruses by the Central school gills were much appreciated. Tlir Prize Winners The following were the winners of class prizes and championship med- als: Wright Shield, for girls of making highest aggregate of points, won by girls of .Miss B. 'Snarman's class, Central scliool. It was receiv- ed on 'behalf of the class by Frances Perry and Helena Simpson. The- Henderson Cup, for excellence in physical drill, won by the High school girls, was -received by (he class representatives .Misses Smith, Bentley, and Hunt. The Henderson Cup for excellence in military drill won'by the boys o( Miss Shaman's and Mr. Stewart's Central was .received by Campbell Aird and Hazel Wallace. The championship medals were awarded as follows: Gordon Campbell, High school, in- termediate championship, silver mod- Fail-burst Centra; school, 1'in- ior championship, bronze medal. Robert Craigeu, Westm.-ister THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED OFFICE, MONTREAL Qapitnl, Paid Up. Ucsurvo tfiirid S3 I1I1ANCIII5S.IN CANADA AND AQKNTS AND'COMiES- rONDKNTS IN ALL 1'AltTS OF TUB DOMINION SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest current rate. This Bank endeavors-lo give prompt and intelligent attention to all business and invites your account. Letltbridge Branch, Iv. Johnson, Manager. The Electric Shoe Shop tidi St. Cor. 3rd Avc., opposite Bank of Montreal. SlioeVrepaired by machinery while you 'wait. Only the best nmterials used. All work gmrninteed. Men's Half Soles, sewed Ladies'aiulBoys'lfalf Soles sewed j8- Children's Halt' Soles, sewed .50c Our means something to Leflibridge. "It'is the most modern and docs the best work. Our prices offer you an op- portunity to save money. Try ns. with your next job. STORIES ARE FALSE MEETING TONIGHT LEADER, OF THE WORLD'S, CHAM- PIONs' SAYS'SIANTS' -SIGNALS WERE'NOT STOLEN .THE ATHLETICS. Jlanager Coimia .Macli of the Ath- letics denies tho statements which have been printed in New York saying are invited to be present, his men got the signals of the Giants. "I usually make it a practice lo pay no attention to bmeball sayinss in print" siys Mack, "but there's just one com- USA'S HIH.1'1. meht has so far .gone imcDiitra-j that 1 want to drive a splice, There will be a. meeting in Labor Hall tonight to discuss civic issues. All. candidates through it- habit of stealing the signs rival teams. we arc in the signs used by nva, Persora wno know base- ball as it really is do not take stock n such yarns anil those are the I want to roach. "It is absolutely impossible for a man'on the coaching line to detect the a certain kind of a bail to the Pitcher or catcher and at the instant set word to the batsman in -time to wise him.up. I know -that we FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN Women Buffering from any form of illness are invited to promptly munioate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass. All letters' arc received, opened, .rend and answcrea liy women. A wo- to a has been K- tahlished iliis flilericc between .Mrs. 1'inkkun and the women of America which lias Of all the skin teniiilflers we have had in our store' thoro l-.i none that wo nan recoiumend more highly tlian the II. D. 1'roscrlpllon. D.D.D. is such n logical remedy for til klnila of skin iroublo ami so unten- imcsilly coiiiDtiiinded that It clears nj) tlm complexion over night. D.D.D. Is most widely known as Iho most reliable treatment for Eczema, lint II lita also beau found invaluable kinds of minor skin troubles. Wo do not hesitate to slvc n. D. IX our special recommendation. In fact, we arc convinced that. n. .D. -will live relief tllul no other remedy; can. Surely If yon liavo any skin Iron- h> yon should give n. U.- O. Prescrip- tion a trial. Don't dolay, for if nol prmnnlly checked, minor akin troubles ofleff de- velop into serious disease, difficult even for D. D. D. to cure. Uctter drop into our store anyway ami get posted on this wonderful rein- oily. Also ask about 15. IJ. -Soap, which is so Invaluable in keeping the skin in healthy condition. Or write the D.n.D. Laboratories, [lent. L-. II., 'Ill Colhorne St., Torpnlo. for a free trial bottle. In either case, don't put It off, but ant a' once. Jackson f.opc druggists, l.ctli- bridge. WEATHER Ivlmnnton. clear Calgnry, clear Le.lhliridpe. fair cloudy I'nrl-. Arthur, fair Nelson lishedii testimonial or used a later j williout the written consent of the writer, and nerer has the. Company fallowed these confidential letters lo jqet out of their possession, as the from itinmoretlmnpossililfttbatshe has the very knowledge needed inyourcafc. She asks nothing in re- II 50 a.'t 3B III FOHKCAST Manitoba ami Kns- kalehewan-Kini', wiih a lillli: hiRher (einperrsdire today and on Monday. 1'ine. IMI! mucli chanpe in temperature t'jiby ami mi yunilay. ons offer of assistance. Adilrens Jlrs. I'lnkham, care of I.yilia K. J.'inkliam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Every woman onjrhl to i Tjydla II. I'inklmni's Text. Hooli. It Is not n book for distribution, as it is too expensive. It free Billy obtnlnnhle mall. Write for have received credit for doing lightning trick, but wo arc not en- killed to it, for we know it cant be done. If we attempted any such scheme the chances are we would con- fuse our batsman so that they couldn't hit at all. The batsman cannot watch tho coacher, the pitcher and-the base runner at the fame time, so that any- body can see how utterly absurd :he statement is. "But we don't deny that we study opposing pitchers with unusual care. We have a couple of men who have been watching pitchers for' years. It doesn't hike them long to discover lit- tle peculiarities In a man's delivery that mean a lot. They can tell by the way a pitcher grips the ball or by the position bis feet are in before be de- Ilivers it, or by the way.lie winds up, just what he intends -to serve to the batsman. "To the unpracticcii eye a pitcher rtoesn't change bis delivery a bil whether he pitches a curve, a drop, an iinahoot, a fast jump or a slow ball. Hut any baseball man will tell you that a pi teller who can use the same .identical delivery (or each of those; jballs is a curiosity. "W'ilen a pitcher's methods have, been learned by our men on the coach- lines the information is imparted !lo the batsman, who are told to study ir.em carefully. In time they, gnt the hang of -the pitcher's delivery, and while, of they cannot, gucns correctly every ball that comes their way. they come pretty near picking out 'he ones and that means ling safely. The first time we faced Mathewson in iiic recent world's series he ods. We began lo hit him the ouil lime he pitched against ns Docniiou We had a fair Hue on what he intended to serve. When we_tackled him the Ibird time we had his number. We didn't sleal his signs, for we weren't enough -in Irv. lint we knrw how ho delivered different balls, and as ho has been pitching that way for ycais ho couldn't change his tn'itics. his -TiKlo-away' more? ncwiii'fio we ihlm when he uscii his curve hull for itbo same reason. Our men studied Malty until they were nblo lu know 'what to expect and the fesl was eiiay. If Ibc (Slants had made a si.nilar etiniy of our pluhors they would have lilt witi, better results, but as thuy ft ore up-to-date In that, respect they proved 'easy marks. Tim (Hants dlrlnt try r> jsleal our signs bcansn they knew it 1 couldn't be done." IMPORTEOi FABRICS. HIGH CLASS TAILORING. Xo mattci'wlii.U; price. you pay for n suii, at tliis store 'you may he sure of golfing the very best. We allow no hurried or careless 'method in our workshop and every garment must pass die closes! scrutiny .before leaving our hands. RIDPATH CASH TAILOR HULL BLOCK 3RD AVE. HILLHURST TEAM COMING HOME Several, Remain to Play on English Teams Hillhurst As- Eociation Foothal; team hits completed its engagements In the- 'Old Country, and now the of them __jij-c pn their way home. Three of the players will remain in England, thoir'work having attracted so much attention that' they have boen signed on with some of the best teams. Alex. Melvill, who played In only one match and who -was prevented from further participation because of tut in- jured ankle, has signed 'on with aueene. McKeown and Judge will lso remain in England haying had offers from several teams to Join their clubs. The games played by the Ilillhurst team on the trip, results are: At Lherpool, lopt; Crcwe, lost; 'Coventry, lost; Ingleston, won; Bradford, won; Stock- ford -8-4, won; Bradford, S-S, draw. Mdde tie West for Westerners ;