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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 191.r> THE LET'HBRIDGE DAILY HERALU PAGE THREE THE MUTUAL LIFE ASSUR ANCE CO. OF CANADA A Surpus of over And This ALL 'KELONGS To The I'GLICYHOLDEKS Thle is True of NO OTHER CANADIAN _ COMPANY "If it's Life Insurance, It MUST Phone or see E, R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. 'GLAD" MURPHY HAS BUT SHORT TIME TO LIVE, SAY- PHYSICIANS Getting in Condition Tlie bridegroom (jubt before ceremony) 1 must take a bracer, but I don't want to How inucli ought I to ttake, old fellow? Best man Well, I should keup on taking 'em till I dinn't care whether was married or not. Money Sunk In Baseball A statistical fiend has arrived at the conclusion that the ballplayers- big and little shook down the club owners lor over in salaries last season, and that it cost nearly more to provide meals, sleeping accommodations, railroad fares, etc., tor the diamond cavortors. Subscription Contest Closes Just Two Weeks From To-day THE BIG HARVEST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS IS USUALLY GATHERED TO- WARD THE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF VOTES "RIPE" FOR YOUR SHARE AND GET IT QUICK x New York, Dec. Sloan, UIR former American jockey, returned from England under yesterday. Ho told newspaper men as he left tin; liner Adriatic Uiat he had been sent ont ot lingland without n trial, lint refused to make any oilier comment on his case. Toniiitu, Dec. is no thang Toronto, Dec. is no change ill the condition oi W. 10. Mur- pliy, the rugby slat a fractured spine when participating on Hie eve of his departure to join the lioyal Aero Corps in France, in :i championship game between the Argo- nauts of Toronto and Hamilton I ig- MS. Murphy' is lying at .St. -Michael's Hospital Another consultation was held last week by 'Jive prominent Phy- sicians who agreed that his case is hopeless. With his spinal cord severed just below tin li RECENT FRACAS AT TORONTO BRINGS BACK TO MEMORY AN INCIDENT OF1 1912 Hcfcrcc Dixon's experience in Tor- onto when the crowd rushed him ai- Good Work Ottawa Free Through pok- ing friendly jokes at our fair neighbor up on Lake- Ontario occasionally, we take off our hats to Toronto when it comes to responding to deserving pro- jects. Four men took charge of the Sportsmen's Patriotic Association in that town and collected In Jit' time and provided more good cheer for Canadian soldiers at, the front and home than they coulj ever hope i'o receive through any other channel. A Hard Proposition A government official was telling an old Scottish fanner what he must do in case of a German raid on the east coast of Scotland. "An" .hiv I reely tae dae this wi' a1 ma becsties gin the Germans come asked the old fellow. "All livestock of every description must be 'branded and driven the official replied. "Dearie gifsped the farmer, in dismay.' "I'm thlnkin' I'll an awful job ma bees." One On O'Day Johnny Kling drove the bull down tile-lane one day for-a home run that was sadly needed. 'As he crossed the plate a delighted fan tossed a hill from tile top of the pavilion and the conquering hero, with a glad gri thrust the greenback into the rear pocket, of his trousers. John resumed the mask and the pad, moved up to his position and got to while Hank O'Day took up his place right behind him. Voice from the out to yonr.SS John. Another would live on that" for sis month's; batter shift it to another pocket, John. And Cling solemnly transferred the wad from, his rear pocket to n side- track', while the .public bellowed and O'Day got riaming red. KlLBANE EASILY WON Scraiiton, .Pa., Dec. bane, featherweight champion, did about'as he liked with Patsy Branni- gan of Pittsburg for ten rounds here. The champion .planted three or four solid right smashes on Brannigan's jaw in the third round, rocking the Pittsburser and putting him in a con- dition of distress that lasted, the re- mainder of the bout. I completely (el. game, is by :io means an iso- neck. Murphy j instance in 'Canadian football. ics, only able to move his head irom ]jjHy Mc.Master, of Montreal, had side to side. Otherwise his organs arc j mos't cxcjijng time following a gan n good condition ami his splendid at Hamilton between Ottawa and constitution may enable him to sur- ellii m lie was the referee, tin. Vive for a vear.' I fall of 1012. During the contest Dave He .receives many visitors, these in-, of Ottawa, captured an pn- cluilihg the most prominent citizens I ticic started toward the 1 ig- and sportsmen in the province. DC- ,.r goai ]inc. While he was on his spite the fact that he is fully aware; tlie umpire accidentally blew of the bopelcssncss of' his condition, j whistle. McCann hiked over for a he chats with callers. I touch-down, which the official allow- The benclit game between the Tig- The Tiger team refused to con- ers and Argos played here for "Glad" (jnue, if the touchdown counted, am Mnrphv netted close to and after a long delay decided to resume Ifac committee in charge of the fund are going to have the amount brought up to this figure. His Brother Appreciative Tlie following letter is "Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. the Secretary of the Tigers Football under protest. All of which had tin, tendency to work up the large gath- ering to a high slate of frenzy. Ot- tawa eventually won the game, the whole of Hamilton was j someone's scalp. After Billy Referee McMastcr was blamed for the loss of the game, though he diiln't figure in the disputed touch Club, Hamilton, Ont.: Dear read the account the Toronto papers .of the game you down at all. played there on Saturday, and as a A temporary fence erected for th( brother of "Cilad" Murphy I cannot'' overflow crowd stood between tin rest until 1 have expressed my feel- grandstand and playing field am ings in writing and congratulate your through a gate in this fence the play- club on their 'noble action. I ers and officials had to pass to rcacl Your defeat on. Saturday was the'-tlieir dressing rooms. The Ottawi greatest victory ever won, I players ran the gauntlet all serene in the history of Canadian sports, be-. hut as McMaster approached the opi cause it sets'a maxim for future gen-i ing there was as line a bunch of des orations of all true Canadian sports-! peradocs awaiting him as ever hell aim at', up a train. system of tlie first prize of more money a candidate collects the amount of money they greater the rill get. Aiid With tlit; close of tiie contest only !wo weeks candidates are key- ing their nerves up almost to the breaking point In their efforts to make lit' ,nay take only a few subscriptions big collections of votes. And it the to step from one place to another, returns at this office is any criterion, which means more on your col- subscriptions are coming easier than [it any timu since the contest started. Of course, the special prizes of nd Slu for the best results from UlPt Saturday to and Including Thursday, December have hail little effect on the Riuldi'tl flood of business. We are proud of the work the candidates are doing, and in turn the contestants should their progress. Under be proud of tlie percent lections. All reports mailed Thursday will be eligible to count toward the cash prizes. Every vote issued for the special will count at the close of the contest tor the big prizes. consistent and persistent work lion- Island candidate heads the list today with almost votes to her credit. There is a general change of positions in the list. Mrs. Pearl Ross, Island, Alta..................... Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alta......................... 143.KOO Miss Isabel Inkster, Barons, Alta...................... Miss Thelma McEachern, 537 Street South Miss Lula Nielsen, Cardston, Alia................. Mrs. Thomas Bernier, 2 First Street South John Wright; llardieville, Alta........................ Miss Rita McAndrews, Itetlaw. Alta................... Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethbridge, P. 0. Box 397 Geo. T. Wride, Raymond, Alta......................... Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South Robert Lackenby, How Island, Alia..................-. Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Tabcr. Alta................ Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Miss Iva Walker, 024 Ninth Street South'.............. Miss Louise Scott, .Macleod, Alta..............-......... Miss Annie Pelletier, Monarch, Alta................... Miss Eva Hutton, S14 Sixth Avenue South....... Mrs. G. W. Haley, (irassy Lake, Alta..................'. A. U. I. Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek, Alta...............-, Miss Thelma M. Whyte, Foremost, Alta........'..... Robert Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hal! Miss Elvera Thelin, Oltou. Alta....................___ John Cropley, Fifth Ave. A South Miss Winnifred I. Sellens, 711 7tll Street A South...... Miss Goldie Pohlman, Altorado, Alta................. Mrs. John Reason, Deerlng, Alta.................... The CONTEST CLOSES TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21 All subscriptions to this States for the Weekly Herald are at the rate Of ?1.50 per year, the extra oOc being for postage. Greeting Cards Exquisite Designs With Your Name and Address DELIVERED in FOUR HOURS Herald Job Department THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL D.C.L.. Prnudcnl: JOHN AIRD. General ManaBtr H. V. F. JONES, Au't M-.... V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Weitem CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge on application. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgi O.H.A. TO PARDON ALL PLAYERS WHO ENLIST THOE UNDER SUSPENSION FOR PAST SINS AGAINST ORGAN- IZATION HAD BETTER GET INTO KHAKI bawled. What are ittin' from Ottawa icr rabbin I would like to be able to ask to "You're a fine stiff, jou arc, Mo- lie remembered to every member of', s your club, .but, however, this is im-i yuh gettin' possible, as I have never had the Hamilton pleasure of meeting them _neverthe-j McMaster sized up the and less T send my kindest regards anil: being aware of his. own strength, de- appreciation to each one of. them. cided life still held something sweet Sincerely yours, Audley Murphy. "NEWSY" IS A. MANAGER "Newsy" Lalonde has been appoint- ed manager ot the Montreal Canad- ians. He will succeed Jimmy Gard- ner, who has beeil manager for two years. Lalonde only played 'forty minutes in four games last winter owing to. an Injured shoulder. He had a good lacrosse season and ex- pects to play better hockey than ever before. ERTLE ANOTHER VICTORY New" York, Dec. of St. Paul, claimant of .the bantam- weight championship, scored 'a teeh nical knockout over "Young" O'Leary I of New York in Brooklyn 1as( for him. I ain't he saiil with feigned coolness, "that's him coming hack there." He Beat It Ha pointed toward the field and the gang looked in the direction indicat- ed just'long enough to give Billy a running start. The dressing room at the Hamilton grounds was located up an alley-way under the grand stand, and was probably one hundred. yards from where McMaster started; The route was not straightaway either, hut if Arthur Duffy really did do the century in nine-two then Billy Mc- Mastcr holds the world's record in seven flat. All that could be seen of him as he rounded the corner of that alley-way was dust. The crowd quick- O'Leary was unable to continue after Toronto, Dee. players at present under Ontario hockey sus- Burdett is Active for Patriotic Fund liurdett, Dec. success- ful meeting of the Patriotic Fund as- sociation was held in -the town hall last Friday evening. The attendance j included K: Brown, pres., G. Jolins- ton; sec., and Messrs. pension can this winter get back into Abbott, 'jubb, Anderson, L'onms, the game and receive a lull pardon Waddell, Nell, Mer- for past sins against the regulation, Maxivcll and Coltman. The fol- hy the simple expedient oi getting in- lowing ladies from tlie Soldiers' Aid to khaki. This important ruling was attended: Mrs. Hill, Mrs. An- unanimously carried- Saturday morn- derson 'and Mrs. Lumhard. It was ing it the twenty-sixth annual meet- proposed to have a grand entertain- ing-'of the session. The pardon of mnnt and dance on Friday, evening, course is not extended to profession- Dec. 17th. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., D. als. The. ruling automatically lifts H.' Elton and Hon. A. J. McLean the ban from Jack Gooch .of last been invited to attend. The Victorias Pelhick, above jadies of the Soldiers' Aid are to co-operate with the committee in making the entertainment a success. [the Feterhoro defence man, and James, the Peterboro goaler, as all i three are with the dOth Toronto Bat- I tery. The case of Toronto Victorias, which club was suspended last sea- ____ _ son for playing the Melville, Sask., canvassers were Messrs. A. Hamil-' docket of cases for hearing, aS fol- jjcal y i night im nffnw cl- the third round of their ten-round match. Ertle weighed O'Leary 116. "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price You'll get less "kicking in the clutch" than by "pushing on the lines." The Ford will triple'your horse de- livery service and increase your profits. Give the economical Ford a chance lo cut down your cost of doing business. The Runabout is now 1180; the Town Car 3780; f.o.b. Ford, Ontario. All cars completely equipped, including electric headlights. Equipment does not includo speed- ometer, 'Get.-partlculars from THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. 9. PHONE 633. CAIRNCROSS 4 SON CARDSTON A DISTRICT dressing room and locked the door long before the mob arrived. It was an hour before the Ottawa team ventured out to mount their bus and ride to the hotel. McMaster, in street-clothes, slipped through the waiting gang unnoticed. But' what the crowd did to the Ottawa team was a fright. Brick bats and rocks came through the air like machine gun fire, several ot the players heing badly Bruised-up', and for a time it was'feared one would lose the sight of an eye. At the hotel McMaster re- marked to a couple o! the Ottawa "Boys, me and death were on hand- shaking terms this afternoon, but never again." POTENTATE OF ALBERTA SHRINERS Calgary Dec! McKillbp of was elected Potentate of'the Alberta Shriners at the annual meet- ing this morning. OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR How To Get Relief When Head and Nose are Stuffed Up. Count fifty! Your cold in head or. catarrh .disappears. Your clogged nos tills will open, the air passages of your head will clear and }ou can breathe freely No more snuffling, hawking, mucoua discharge, dryness of headache; no struggling for breath at night. Get a small botUe of Ely's. Cream Halm from your druggist and apply a little of this fragrant antiseptic cream in jour nostrils It penetrates through sie'rv air passage ot the head, sooth- ing and healing the swollen or In flamed mucous membrane, giving you instant relief. Head colds and ca- tarrh -'yield like magic. .Don't: stay stuffed-tip and miserable. Relief Is sure. .T. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Lim- ited, A canvass for subscriptions took place yesterday, Dec. 5. Automobiles DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS TO THE LAST MINUTE Call at Smith's Studio ami make an appointment for a -.itting today. There is nothing more ac- jptable than a portrait of your- or children for Christmas A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church District Court Opens The regular session of the district CAPT. MONKMAN FALLS IN BATr 'POLTRY SHOW ON AT .FERNIE- Fernie. Dec. name oi Uapt. II S Slonknian appearing in Satur day's casudit. list as being killed has. east a gloom over his many friends here. Captain ;Monkinan was, for a long time, a resident of Fer me, being engaged in the 'drug busi- ness. Before graduating from a medi- cal college, ho had received a imli.- tan training, and went to the front in the fighting line, saying ho had re- were kindv oane y onson, court opene M. Hardie'and W, D. Anderson. The Jackson here There is a Jairlj large ceiyed his twining as such and re- team againsl the orders of the O.H. ton? j. Blackburn, Cr. Robinson, W. A. executive, was referred to, but no Maxwell, J. Neil and G. Mercer. They new action was taken----- mc{ with a generous response. The "The said the secre- amount of subscriptions up to date tary's report, "showed a lack of toy- totals'1 2HO bushels of wheat alty in playing against tlie orders of and 20 bushels oats. the association.' The executive committee of the O. H. A: will be E. Copelaml, Midland-; Geo. B.'Dawson, Sarnia Frank Hyde, Woodstock C. L. Mc- Orillia. I Saturdav last, which was Two others will he selected b'y the tended. lows Large Debt Sifct'il vb Donaldson, Ball for plaintiff, Johnstone Ritchie lor .defendant; Gesinghans is Jones, Shepherd Co. for plaintiff, D H I Elton for defendant, Slobi, et al j smith shbp and store to the lot vs Hudson's Baj Ins Co, John- which he recently Richie for plaintiff, Conv Hert's Liver.y barn. heare Co for aeiendant Jenks John Hoel had an auction sale on' Ca.wdron, C F Harris for plaintiff, Hamilton his .black- association. Thp financial statement showing a balance of the'sum of was donated to the 'Canadian Patri- otic- to the Sick Children's Hospital. MANITOBA AFTER AMATEURS WHp HIKE ACROSS THE LINE Winnipeg, Dec. official warn- ing from' the Manitoba branch of the Amateur Athletic .Union .of Canada has been made to athletes under its jurisdiction, and particularly hockey players, against seeking employment of :i temporary nature in United States cities and participating in sports there. The reason for the issu- ance of .this warning is because offic- ials of the .union .have been notified that several hockey players have been communicating with promoters in St. Paul relative to tbelr getting employ- ment there ami playing hockey. In this respect the amateur rules will be enforced strictly. FROM WESTERN U. S. COLLEGES Chicago, Bee. abolition of college baseball by all western uni- versities was predicted when their faculty representatives met here yea in their semi-annual session. A stiong feeling that the game had become professionalized to an extent that made It undesirable as a college spoil found amtfng somp of the delegates, T. F. Moran. the SNUB FOR A SNOB said the Englishman, "it must be most unpleasant for you Am- ericans be governed by persons whom you wouldn't awsk to dinner." "No more said tlie American girl, 'than to jou to be b> iienons wouldn't jou to din- Ted Meechami has the 39th battery at Lethhridge. Waltcr GWilliam has also enlisted from this district. Miss. Clara Proctor was a visitor from Lethbridge this week. 3n Cawdron, '-1 R? A. Smith for defendant Skoason vs. Manderville, D H Elton, for plaintiff, S ant. Smal Robert Hall, a farmer residing in Pickering township, near Whitby, Was fatally injured while driving home. Don't Suffer From Piles Bend For Free Trial Treatment No nmttor how long or your druggist today imd get n 50 vent box ol. Pyramid- Filo Treatment. It Dunham Debt .for 'clefend- fusing a commission surgco.n when tendered him. No more popular voung man ertr lived here and he leaves behind him an enviable record as a clean, Chris- tian liver and a thorough business man. Captain Monkmatt went into the service from Vegreiille, Alberta, and his home nas originally Toronto t Poultry show On The first mid-iunter poultry show to be held m Ferme by the Fernie Poultry and Pet Stock association begins tomorrow morning in the So- cialist Halt here There are moru than 400 entries and there are now m Polanco II Osllund for tne bmidmg over 200 birds, Tutb the Shepherd i. Co for defend rjranbrook, Coal Creek apd r ant; Peters is Keel, Conjbcare Calgarj exhibits still to come. local exhibitors will have their ln the hall tonight and those Co -for ulamlifi, R A Smith lor de-j n, Prr.mU Suite Frail Sink will glvo relief, nnd ft ilngls box often A trial paeknffdtnnllca frco In plnln wrapper U you send us coupon below. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID BRtJO 688 Pyramid MarahQll.'Mlcli. nd Froo snmple rf In plain wrapper. Namo Street; fendant J L Nichols, Co Ltd is Mrs. Loin's Thompbon, Shepherd [rom -nest ale due on this even Co for plaintiff, deiendant in person, m, s tram. >ieil McKellar, of Taber, Creep vs. Hodges, Poapst Co for an exhibit of 63 birds and there plaintiff, defendant in person Krier- ate several from Pmcher Creek side Lumber Co is P B Dunham, Tlie ,s [3rge but will he taxed .Savary i'o loi plaintiff, S S. r to ,tbi capacitv to accommodate all D'unham for defendant j the entries Appeal Joseph Shackleton, manager oi the TickncNs McDermott J R Pal- prov racial poultr; plant at Edroon- mer for plaintiff, H Ostlund for de-, ton, lull do the judging, fendant. Workmen's Compensation Santoni Co., H. Ostfund for plaintiff, G fiist poultr) shon is an assured suc- Pacific Captain Sharlesnuth, late of the raClllC nj r_ 1.__----, hflpaltKR 7th battalion, non on leave because received at and is 102nd, icing recruited for overseas service A company 101 that battalion is being Slcipy Hollow, Wednrsdai Mr. anil Jlrs. John Addition mil spend a IBM dais iisiting the form cr'b sistei in Montana this neck Herl Vincent and bee Bair were callinc; on friends in 1-14 Sunday Kemcraber the Christmas tree en- tertainment at the 2-15 .school house Thursday evening, Dec 23 Ever) body invited Admission free Black will preach here nevl. Sunilaj, DEC Bethel Ladies' An! uill give a chicken pic dinner for the benefit oi the Cemetery Vssociation, Saturday, Dec. 11, at one o'clock at There will be a debate tolloiung the dinner. HYPO-NEEDLE DRINK CURESC ARE "OBSOLETE" in modern meiH cal science same as the atnge Is In modern methods of tnniporta- tlon. WE GUAHANTBB Three-Day Treatment harmless vegetable bi the MOUTH ONLY In a fin kte room Hi tbe IniUUU, 13tu W, CalfW. ;