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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 101'R HERALD SECTION THE LEWHIUDCK DAILY IIKRAU) 100 PAGE THHEE CLUBS PAY BOXERS TOO MUCH TWIN CITY PROMOTER PROTESTS Minneapolis, Dec. big shake-. paying these elties if League leaders 1'ile Up 581! Pin the management of his boxing all tlie money token-In is not given to i clubs in the Twin Cities was an- nounoed by President Harry Sherman today when he placed.Frank Tyrrcl in charge of both-properties, as inatcb- YEARS amtl people with chest and throat troubles huvc tried to cure them by pouring cough syrups. lung tonics and the like Into their stomachs. All a mistake I The Peps way Is different. Peps ore tablets made up of Pine extracts anil medicinal essences, when put into the mouth turn into healing vapors. These are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat :ind bronchial tuhus not swallowed down to the stomach, which is not iiilinfj. Try a 50c. boz of Peps for your cold, ybar cough, bronchitis or asthma. All druggists and stores or Peps Co.; Toronto, will supply The Herald "Two Bits" Fund For Tobacco for the Soldiers on International Harvester Crew leadei-p of the Cityi iague to date, stepped out boxers. I have complaint to make of Mr. Woke ,lt He has hllndled tlie affairs of Ulo Minneapolis club in-: i, as muitii- tcliigently efficiently, and It has) -raiaker and genei-af manager. Tyrrel mado money, -felt thai a sweep-j Tlie Mercs. 1 formerly was manager for Johnny Till-! ing change ii, policy necessitates put-1 Bowling man and at present is the match- ling the whole business in new hands., hist nighl against the I. II. C. crew to I 'maker for the Duluth Boxing Club, which recently was. purchased by John Uurmeister of Minneapolis. Succeeds Billy Hok'c Tyrrel will succeed Billy Iloke, of Minneapolis, as matchmaker tor tlie clubs-In St. .Paul and Minneapolis, and will have charge of both, with instruc- tions to show results; or step down and WILL SOME ONE TELL US WHO RODOIE i The Herald Two Hits Tobacco Fund got a line boost yesterday when Jlrs. Kcjy and Mrs. lloullun sent in live dollars, part of the proceeds of, a sale of fancy work for patriotic pur- poses. The ladies very generously re- membered the boys in the trenches, j twenty of whom will smoke for a week j as n result. The Two Hits Fund is j growing very nicely, but if it Is to, I roach the 5100 mark by Christmas the Good Fellows will have lo put a little. j ginger into the campaign. Tie a S string on your flliKer and drop around I with your contributor.. It will i acknowledged through this column, j The fund liow stands: Previously ac- j luiowledged 554.85. Mrs. T. Hunt. Mrs. Clifford. Mrs. H. L. Held. II. A. I M.. two bits each: Mrs. Hoy and Mrs. HouKon total to date, Give her IS? doing this. we calli think, make our j high gnnio. It was investment pav UB some dividends. j and good en____ Some Profile j the Harvesters by 583 pills. "I am fired Of paying enormous guar-j The f. II. did not roll up to York, Dee. Another sup- it arrived in .McDonald, middleweight channiion of Canada. Now _ mighty classy j fl ims jus lough to win ,rom is Rmllli TOLL OF THE GRIDIRON Fifteen Lives Claimed by Fall Past- timc in the Season Just Ended claimed a Tkat Art Chicago, Dee. last Kame j Ca.aadi.ul champion. They came back weU :ls mentall M i i all Hglit, but" with a knockout marked j Nol a ij tlie last scheduled! ,1 trained for the lest. The Dominions and Elks rol to- but' with a knockout marked j Nol a Hfe was Iost, they say, morrow night the last scheduled i rf rreconl. AnlonK ,.hem in a Kiulla a physician's ccrtili -ame of the league series. The post- 1 b .-.i _____ h cate was demanded before the game. s .i" I rounds; .Mike "Twin" Sullivan, knock- jn cases those who lost their rounds; and Terry Martin, I Were numbers 01 high schools, knockout, five rounds. Mercs wiii be rolled Tuesday Dec. 12. Last night's scores: I. H. C. 57 24.1 251 semi-pro and prairie elevens. Only one of. the victims was a college player. .J D. Iliffinbothaiii Co.. Limited, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONE 322 Our stock of Neilson's is always frosb and varied Prices range from 50 cents to Met Tuesday Night to Organize Ladies Invited To Bonspiel An enthusiastic meeting of the la- dies' section of the tetbbridge Curling Club was held Tuesday evening at the Y, M. (3. A. General business was dis- cussed and officers for the coming sea- son elected as follows: S., J. Shepherd. .las. Aird. Tracy Patrick. B. J. Sehl, Miss L. Bawdeii ami Miss Ethel Aird. The matte'r'of'issuing an invitation ;to the Fernie'iaUics-to-'send represen- tatives to-the bonsn'ielin January was discussed and-heartily approved by all members present. A meeting-has been be held on Tuesday, Deo. 12, at S p.m., in the auditorium at the T. M." C. A. the weather Indicates that the Ice will soon be in good condition for is very important that each member, and any iieraons desiring to become members, should be present :on Tuesday evening. Spokesmai, Review Writer Says It Is fastest Game on MIC Calendar, i Morgan Spokane, Washington, Dee. fair crowd !jaw the most enthralling! Canadian game hockey receive its! introduction at the Snokane Ice Arena; last night tho '700 or so that did turn out are today with their for what they did see has convinced them jockey as q is the fastest on the ealendni. For a long lime.-auto i but ..BROWN -IS THROUGH Chicago, Dec.' After nlaying 38 years in tHe .major leaguas, Jiordeciii 'the" famous Broivn, pitcher of the Chicago Na'iti.al League .club, was gevin'his uncondi- tional release, -by Charles E. man, president of the club, Brown is' 38 years .of age. He came to Chicago from tho .St.. I-ouls Na- .tlonals in 1904. ARRQW COLLARS are curve cut to fit the. shoulders perfectly CUtttf fcabody Makiis Liinost instantly and others a ?s after the accident. Two 01 ivers suffered broken necks, iiajority O.ied from internal in- juries. Coaches assert that practically 878 873 343 PAININSIBftLLOFBACK! From time to time we learn or in the siiort should be the rules committee, and no matter what rules are adopted, .w.v.. tlie. same will continue to bo rough goes about bis work In such a care- land only those in tlie best of physical; less fashion that his style takes.away eondltlon should be permitted to play.i much of the brilliancy of his work. THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. Carry Neilson's ChocolaUs. Prices 10o to Guaranteed Fre.h. SCOTT HAS CARELESS STYLE FOR A STAR For a wonderful fielder, shortstop Scott of Uoston has the most indif- ferent style of any player wbpvhas tho Scott He never makes a. false move and usually after a great "play that re-' tires the side, he is under the cover of the bench before the crowd has halt LI chance to pay his tribute. Scott' IB so unassuming and immune to praise and flattery that he will never get an inflated opinion of his own great ability. l eaoea where t Oln PUU is su BOWLING D.EFl The Herald establishment is pretty cocky over its bowling prowess, and issues chal- lenge to the Mercs, league lead- ers, to a three game match to be pulled off any place any time. The Mercs have only to racing was the' honors, UUL as compared to hockey, nay, hay Pan- j line, it isn't.in it." Any pastime which i provides a jilrjn a minute, a spill a i second and continuous speed Js cer- tainly deserlrjng the highest say the 'word. miums and (B what hockey yields, i Just who discovered this Ty .Cobb of snorts is a m0oted question but it______j____ must have a doctor seeking sure cure ilis patient who was tmf-.: fering from gunuj, there is any- thing .that cure tlie, biues. It is hockey. You start getting.eicited he: fory the even starts :and once the puck retrjBv6rs get into action a reserved seat isll.t worfh the iifice of a rubber. shlrt in Africa. In fact it Is foolish to sen reserved "seats for no one uses It is .an impossibility to keep yoijr'seat- tried but' few succeedgd j In order ti, piay this game you must' either be a heavyweight boxer or an; Iron man. 'rne Only other alternative is that you mugt be as slippery as an j eel. i The game starts in the centre of ice and just-.as sob'li as the referee; blows his whistle one of the centres' bags the fellow on the leg with liis stick that is the signal.for j the other (layers to start battering! tbelr-'opponeutSi jf you ..think they don't get their cue'your off your'.base. 1- Head spins, Up Sm0 skates and sample of cient to relive the r ins in tha back. Here ia auch a cage corainc from British -IncLlM- Brlttoa Hill. "St. Michaere, i: B.WT. May 1915. "I zecelred yout sample of Gin Pills and nould say'that I was Buffering from a very intense pain in tbo atnall of my buck for aomo dayB. After I liad tatca the aamplt, the pain was gone. Sanford AVeeka." 'All druexiata tell Gin ?ma at 50c. -n box, or 6 boxes for Sample free if you.-wlrt'e to HATIONAI, DRUG CHEMIOAi CO. OP 1AKADA, LttHTED Toronto. Ont. 72 collisions quick time FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE 24-Hour Service CJatei's to Ford Business. Mother-Made, Quick I Acting Cough Syrup I Should lie Kept Prepared and Little. Mothers, >ou'H never know what 3'oi rc-niissinK.until vpu mak icnuivo: quick-acting couch r it. Children love its pleasant ta the; are of half a mind to ask .the to have them re'peat- ed. Of tlie many sidelights that the game of hockey pi Ovides the sheer pluck and gameness of tilc contestants stands put by itself. ,1D other sport Is this apparent as in hockey. If a player takeij a he is up and going in a minute the extent of his injuries. Bruises and cuts' are con- -f sidered and, except in rare instances time taken out The display of uorTe shown by Lester Pat- rick', manager of the Spokane team, is without a Parallel. It was in the beginning of the sec-, ond period that Patrick, in an attempt; JjjJ to slip the into the Vancouver i i Let Us Ueiiionstrale Warner Lenses Yankee rumps Uiinlop Goodyear Dominion Tires Have You Tried Vultex? nit taste IJIUlf "witii ijuruuii Roberts, who, ioosen'i'couBli or was trying to ward him off, and he hit, chcV'Srand" iical the innameBd or the ice on head, opening a gash swollen throat membranes with such four He'had. to he as- sisted to flrsssing room, where a j doctor was summoned. It was such' a nasty, cut that the physician decided It would be necessary'to stitch the; wound Tct> jn 25 mlnntea after the; accident Patrick was back! at the rinkL 'sijf atltches !h his! head and a Of bandages direeting j the play Of jjju teain .from the. side j lines. It with great effort! that he wa3 prevailed upon to sit on! the side IinflSp as jie wanted to to the same tiie worlt way, If you are craving excitement take' -Doisimc in the next hockey game.. You'll get! rmirfia aro cononcrcd by it in 24 hours more than y0.-r worth. CUUJ.11S, .__ Mli.mn. It's equally aood for grown ups as for children. This splendid cough syrnp is made by iraurinK ZVi ouncos of Pinex (60 cents worth) into a 10-oz bottle and Jillinit bottle with plain 8uKar eyrup. Tliis lomi v much .bettor courii Jcrncdv than Vou could buy rcady-mado lor clear saving of SB. The moment it touches tbc inflamed, cold-conxcstcd mpinhraiics that line tho iliuial.aiid air piissaKcs, tho hcalinR be- the phl'mm loosen., soreness Icavci couoh spaEins lessen and soon dUnnncar -endniff ft cin.li quicker than lyou thmijht TOsSlhle! ond ordinary aro conquee or Lcellmt for bronchitis, uhoop- injt cMigh, spasmodic croup, bionohial or winter cousbs. J'incst is a highly concentrate! com- Hound of genuine Ijorway pine latract, ans CLEVELArjp DOESN'T TO WANT MUCK pee. the In- dians needing another pitcher and in- flelder am( wm, vice-President Mc- Roy "on rumors were current toa-By ih'Bt M0Roy 'SirlSions ami tlon't accept anything after Hoger Hornby, star inflelder of cisf. Ounrantc..d to nbaolute natis- -i10 St I.onts cardinals; Walter John-j {action or money refunded, a lie lint I Joe and Janvrtn of the' (to.. Tofoiito, Oat. I t Sox. AUTO OWNERS 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers J916 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers Don't forget WQ can sell you tires cheaper than any place in the west-. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DIAMOND TIRES Squeegee Tread Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER for we miast clean out the O1 Boys' .Doubl Sines to I'O. The Biggest Sna-ps in Boys' and Girls' Warm Double Rib Single Rib School Hose Yet Offered 50c 50e 50c 40c 30c 25c irls' suul Boys' Single Ribbed. Sizes 8 to. 10. rStraiglii Leg. Single..Eibbecl. t- Ijpg- Single Ribbed. Sizes 7 to S. Htraigbt J-cg. Single Ribbed. Sixios Sfnviglit Leg. Single Ribbed. Sizes 4 to Study These Prices Then See Goods at Sherloi'k Building ;