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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TCESDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBR1DGE-AVEEKLY HERALD_______ PAGE HERALD ROSS AND SIGN UPFDR BOUT Great TJiat He Will Turn rabies on' Local Idol Next Wednesday ur Keturn Match at the Majestic. NEW CIRCUS STYLE SEATS FOR RINGSIDE nvrinT Tlir MAKI IHE Sue Ike smiles on the curl. er.V countenances yesterday'.' There was a reason. !co is being made at a good rate up tlie big rink, and unless the chinouk gets too breezy, (here something doing in the roarin' name early this week tonight when skips are asked 'to lie on hand. A good bottom of ice lias been secured in ill sheets, promising well for some good close games. As yet no draw has been made for the annual competi- tion between the president ami vice-president, hut this will he the first competition on the list. The wires were Inis.V- aguiir-s Ihis coinplcliiif! linnl amingcim'iils for the bring-; in., logcllier again of popular "toting Ross, Hie local favorite, I mil 'Durable" Ike Cohen, "llic! i----------------- ,i SPOKANE DROPS ONE 1, tilling item! ql Kills, and, VANCOUVER TEAM instantly and cutting Smiti: (he 'dale for the len round null] is now delinilely sel Wcd-l Vancouver, B. C., Dec. a ncsday, Do v battle, fast at times, with all kinds of .M'ClllLSS tiie Vancouver Millionaires llie match is being arranged came buck and gave tlie Spokane Can- bv-ilu'Lethbrkige who lire sparing no elloil.s at llearlv all times make the bill on Hull night a more consistent game "corker." A pleasing innovation ltha'n opponents, and took better will be the installation of. the'advantage of their opportunities. .-ivlp" ringside seals! The fastest man on the ice was Ran. new amis six It who occupied the spotlight nil numbered and rebel ved. -I BOVOral OCasions with briliant rush- mateh will give llie inns a_limiljes the local defense. Have Seen Some Strenuous Agricul- tural Society Elected (Spocltil to ttie HeniUI) Mngrnlli, Dec. has just IJOKI received by William Uuxtcr, pro- prictor of Mngrath House, that his son George has gone to the front with a draft from the old 175th bat- talion. Hurry James, a familiar fig- uro about town, was also included and both boys expect to spend the Xroas holidays in tlie trendies. Private former C. n. i ill ployce at the headgales, soutn t town, is returning home after h.v, passed tlirougli some of the Inrdesl fighting of tlio war. 'n last en gacoment- Jlr. Foley's rignt leg wa; shattered and was shortly alter .uutaU'd. Private William Smith, an other C. P. R. employee at the head gates, is the sumo boal Mr. Smith, in company with Jack Plyiiu, his partner, went to the iron with one of the first pioneer coming ents. Early last spring while the- were engaged in bridge-building t shell came over killing Klynn almos stantly and cutting Smith up si ..jdly that he has never been hack li the lino since. Pte. Creigan, another veteran, ha Ing from a solgo of rhetnmitlcB. .Miss Kmma 1'arrlsh, of thci school tuff, is laid up with a badly sprained nklo. Miss i'arrish was out enjoying slide on the ice with her Btudcnls, she unfortunately fell uud has luce been .unable to walk. Joseph 'I'arkor lias just received a I'lro from Mrs. Ilarker, why, with the lilldrcn, is spending the winter in Lake, that their young boy baby i seriously 111 with pneumonia. If n pccdy change.doosn't take place Mr. iarker will leave to; the south at nee. Officers Agricultural Society At the recent meeting of the iigrl- ultural society V. 11. liinghiim was lected to the office of president for he ensuing year, while William T. 'assey was first and Edward lodges second vice-president. No lames were put lip for the secretary- rcasurcrship. as it was deckled that he directors make the ater on in the season. opportunity "P before liis contest Billy Weeks for the Cmituliaii middleweight championship on Dee. 271h. The Standing Spokane Vancouver Seattle Portland L. O.F. q.A. P.O. I 17 .060' 14 .686 13 .33f 10 .33: SKATING SOON IN AUDITORIUM RINK PRODUCTIVITY OF WHEAT Upon tlie basis that every grain ol wheat will produce 50, a German ma tliematieiaii has figured that the till-' Next Friday evening in Calgary Leth.bridse very much the .fore. Frank Mantel! is drawn, Billy :VVulff "of Edmonton in a six round go.' Blackie Mitchell will meet Sam Kearhs, and we feel sorry for Sam, for we saw Blackie work out with Durable Ike Cohen here, .ind if one of them tough the other is tougher. As tor Eddie Franks, he has been doing sortie- work here and if there is any 125 'pounder in the province who can stand up to. him for Lethbridge tickled to stage the match. Franks has met Abe Attell, and his sKowing against the shifty one was' noth- ing to be ashamed of. As for Mantell, he is in better shape than when he met Billy Weeks here, and will e.ive Wulff a hot scrap. Watch L'ethbridge vs. Cal- 'gary next Friday night. If the present weather holds a few more days, the en-, closed rinlc at Bckstonn's audi- torium will be opened .to the merry throng once more. A good bottom of ice. has been secured and it won't he long till the zip of the steel on the smooth ice surface is heard -again. Many skaters have been getting in practice at Henderson Lake the past three weelis, though the wind has 'made it rather .unpleasant for the pastiiuers incst of the time. year progeny fced 300 men.- of a" single grain would mall-more, Dec. Enterprise says: Our renders will no doubt bo interested in knowing of the disposi- tion of the 193iul which left Calgary on October B4th. From let ters received we gather that the bat- talion arrived in England as a .unit on November Hth. and that all officers maintained their rank until arrival in England. On arrival the battalion was paraded, anil all but Adjutant ma. Lancaster anil Lieul.-Col. Lyon were Stinent transferred to tho iltli Reserve Batta- Mion. which is used for tho purpose of >vitii a child who is rundown, has pay- checks or thin'blood, who will hesitate to give that child the very thingitnccds to start it growing and keep it going? Forever forty years liquid-food in Scott's Emulsion has been changing thinness to plumpness poor blood to rich blood. There is nothing better for growing they are weak or Scott's( Emulsion, but see that yon get the genuine Scott's. ScotlA Bownc, Toronto, Out. 3 I IIOII, UOLU pav I furnishing reinforcements for the dlf- f'lir I'eront divisions at the front. lieu Matkin, was authorized to counts audited bjs successor wili be Major Coulthard to report immediate- AMUSEMENT -lire al, n seeing aiuii "j o -_ i hiiiii 1 nil Til (ill. recrea-j about 160 men. tion" rather than EARL CURZON WILL WED AMERICAN WIDOW I London, Doc. cn- "agemcnt is announced of Earl Curzon of Kedlnston. former viceroy of India, and Mrs. Grace Elvina Duggan, widow of Alfred Duggaa of Buenos Ayres. Mrs. Duggan is the eld- est daughter ot the late J. Munru Hinds, formerly United, States Minister to Brazil. just returned from the front where h was both gassed and wounded. Pte Creiean went overseas with the ;U and participated in some of the on gagements that have made that unit so well anil favorably known. With pension to ihe good .Mr. Creigan. has I gone hack to his farm at Del Bonita. Dr. Sanders, an old time physician here, has recently gone overseas with the Army Medical "Corps. Dr. Sanders left Magrath about eleven years ago and took UD the practice of medicine at -Red Deer at which place he donned Circuit Court, n "amusement. Tlie decision frees Mary A. don as executrix of the estate of John Condon, owner ot tlie old Harlem race track from paying an annual amuse- ment license fee of for the pub- lic golf links which now adorn tlie former racing park. j KILLED BY SNAKES In the 25 years ending with 1011. the number of persons killed by snakes in India was for an average of annually, according to official reports. During the same time snakes caused the death of cattle. the uniform. Mrs. Levitt of the public school staff, has just received word from her husband that he is convalescent .11 one of the base hospitals in France suffering, as nearly as can be ascer- tained, from trench feet or a swelling of the feat brought on by over expo- sure in cold Water-logged trenches. It is also reported that Pte. A. .1. -Mei eer at present with the Princess Pat band quartered ai-Brighton, is suft'er- i ''BIG NINE" STARS MAY LOSE LETTERS League Meeting Before Game- Special Prizes Again This Week for High Scores Rule Passed Forbidding Players. Compete in Professional Foot- ball Games Chicago, Dee. players on "Big Nine'.' elevens who compete in professional games after the close of the collegiate season are threat- ene-1 with expulsion and loss of their letters in action taken _the annual hieetrag of the faculty repre- sentatives of the western conference. The faculty representatives also .de- cided to advance the date of the open-] ling of the football practice season I from Senteinbor 20 to September 15, i so as to give coaches more time in i getting their teams into condition for j Nearly Reason games. Professor Thomas Moran of Purdue was elected president of j the succeed Dean Al- jbion W. .Small of the University of Chicago, and .1. P. A. Prie of the Uni- vcrsity of Wisconsin was elected --see- CANADIANS WANTED FOR THE ROYAL NAVY Two thouiand wintcd for the Royal N.v.1 aiian Volunteer Reserve towards manning the new ihip. of the Imperial Royal Navy. Immediate service. Only men of gopd character good phyiique accepted. Ply Minimum per Kit per Month Separation Allowance Tonight the finals in the City i Thomas E-- French of Bowling League be milled off Oujo stntc university was chosen Id when the Mercantiles and .Elks meet., represent tne conference at the an- Thls page was in .error oh Saturday! a, of the National Inter- in stating that the Mercs and Giants I couegjate Athletic association, which were carded for the match. It looks i )s tq bo hela in New York Decent pretty much as if the Mercs had jg. v, something on the rest of. the teams j in the games played and will likely cop the leadership. If possible the will b.3. j'rppared. tonight and willMiiroear in tomorrow's paper. meetiag of the City.League will be" held torilghl at the alleys -beforf the game when it will he decided wnat should be. done In tlio way of prizes 'There-18'about ?18 in the treasury which'is-burning a hole in tho treas urer's pocket. Last 'week the turkeys, for high score we're'won by'Vradeiiburg with 233: in ten pins and n.Snnth with b in five niris. This week the alles management is hanging up a turkcj and on Get n Free rr el of Pyrnnild pile ircntmcnt the Uct ter. It What You Are. Looklue For. Don't talk operation Ii %ou can t for a flee tl al of lyiamid pilp Tioatment set i rflc it any "drug store and got rfcllfif now. If not nfear a store send coupon for free trial package In plain wrapper and get rld'of ItcblnB. bleeding and protruding piles, hemorrhoids and sncH rectnl troubles. nosuhstltnte. o FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYBAMID DRUG 'CQMPATCY. Pyramid B'uiWlng., arm-shall. Mich. Kindly send mo a Free snmrtle of I'jTnnitd PHo TrcaUoiiiit, in plain wrapper. Namo........................ Street ................I........... Clty. Winter Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER: 1st TO TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, WINDSOR, 3 OTTAWA, KINGSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, HALIFAX AND All Points in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE MONTHsVom datt of issue. To Atlantic Seaports in connection with ocean tickets via all Steamship Lines .to the OLD COUNTRY Final Return Limit FIVE MONTHS from date of itsue. Also to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Chicago, Council Bluffs, Dos Moines, Dubuque. Fort Dodge, Kama! City and other United States Points Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of iisue. To Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster Tickets on Sale December 4th to 9th, 1916. January 8th to 13th and February 6th to 10th, 1917. Final Return Limit April 30th, 1917. For full information apply to any Canadian pacific locket Agent, or write, R. DAW80N, dUtrict Psiienjer Agent, Calgary. TO ALL KIDNEY SUFFERERS Rheumatism, swollen Joints, con- stant headaches, pains In the back and sides are all indications of kidney trouble, eucli as Is referred to lii the following letter. Davisvilld, North Toronto. "I hare great'plBasure i" writ- ing and recommending GIN PILLS. We have used then for the last two years and they have never failed us. took GIN PILLS lo tlta Old Country some time ago and Kave some to relatives and friends and they havo asked us to Our1, out where the; can buy GIH PILLS over there. Will yon let me know If you hate any agents in. Eng- land? A. Simpson. All drugslatn sell Qin Pills at BOc a box, or fi boxes for 52.50. Sample frea it you write to NATIONAL DRUG CHEMICAL GO. OF CANADA, LIMITED Toronto, Ont. 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers 1916 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers Don't forget- we can sell you tires cheaper than any place in the west. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DIAMOND TIRES Squeegee Tread Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER WEAR RUBBERS Low Rubber Prices Make Pos- sible Saving of Expensive Will Wear Eubber Footgear When- ever Occasion Permits Tlie or who are setting the most out of every dollar in these days of nigh, find gratification in the fact that this year rubber footwear solves the question of how to re- main well shod, in spite, of high shoe prices. The wise buyer will pur- chase rubbers and overshoes this year to save the expensive shoes that he or she paid a dollar or so more_ for this season