Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, .1915 THE pAILY HERALD PAGE THREE! FINISHED-FIRST IN 13 OUT OF 11 QN GRAND BEAT-ispmOGAN EASILY Peter Meoll is the greatest monev- viiinlnij trotter the sulky world has ever known. A ilscisivi: and inipri'S- nivo stralgliUicat' victory 'in llic Exposition stake in San Francisco on November 2, over a .fold oi seven of llic foremost steppers di the country, gives 'tins great li-ycai- old brown sou of. Peter HIE Great a record to startle the liglit liarness followers. Coming trom thfe elite grand cir- cuit'in Ills cast, with a, reputation of J.I winning: races out FEU 3000 FEE! FRANK McGILL, NOTED SWIM- MER, HAD NARROW ESCAPE AT FRONT .Munirciil. Uoc. Frank -Me- Oill, Canadian champion former member or' thu Jl. A. A. Ine sea'soT, thrrc was nu- I learn, fell tlirou [lioiis.ind feet iurallv a lienl met at catch vve'ghtb and I9t_4? i both appe-ued to several pounds _ i above tho lightweight limit Although the thiee licils CHFCKER COIvl0ETITION fj A clioolei toj.nament vuli be at the Y M C V in the course a [eft V card to be filled in bj contend v en, is posted it the Y and t soldiers of tho jvilties batt o ion aio eipecnlU solicited to take mrt The tourmment wii'i be' an open one. The muubei pixtiants will determine the length of the I competition and the da' pla: of bu 1TOISC, Nicholson McLeort CasSL-linau LlbTi 151 330 133 lot the second game. iunsiiiiilcd for Smith in Welsh was the o'ieverer the two, his work was marred by frequent clinCLimg Alurpin agirebshe and led m 'round iftei the tirst In the lie dut Welsh's lip with a hard left and In-the fourtli round staggered the'.champion with a right cross to the head, Welsh saving him- self by clinching. The -curtailed racing season just 6 ided m is iceiidcd a bat isfdctoi; fiom the nomt of of. ncing men Fne figmes for at lenddiice -it at llic ordinal 3 meetings thero wis an inc Ldbe ot iisitois all the ev tra fixtures were wel! patronized. With the meetings at Ascot, Goudv.-dcid and -Doncaster iibandoncd, the money for the season natur lls Allowed i Ins ftllini. off The list of on lers i headed hi ol S67000 .man lotil oamings list J P Joel led with ?lr5000 Othei owners figure well up in this year's prize'list are: Sol Joo'i with S5G.OOO; .T. B.'Joel B. Hulton Lord Rose- bcry 510000 Lord Dubi ?21000 August >Belrnont and Morti- mer Singer The King had a i lections made. When going away, by train, boat or motor car don't forget to take along this delicious refreshment that costs so little but means so much to your comfort and happiness. The Perfect Gum in the Perfect Package made clean, kept clean, sealed against all impurities: It quenches thirst, steadies the nerves, and calms the qualms of an unsettled stomach. It helps appetite and digestion MADE IN CAJVADA Write for copy of book i "WRfGLEY'S MOTHER GOOSE" jur colors. It will you WBIGLEY JR. CO ALMOST A SCORE OF CANDIDATES NIP AND TUCK FOR THE BIG PRIZES Little Red Receipt Books Are in Evidence Either Pay Vour Subscription or Beat a Time for, Excuses Has Pass- In Earnest. One Thousand. Dollars! Forty "per cent. of. your collections. These are the premier prizes in the contest; Then their, case IB i help hopeSess: No, we "storied" .when we said we did not know who would win first and second prize. We do know.. -Listen. 15% and all the rest 10% of the col Don't tell any person we told you Here is the dope The candidates very lean year, his horses earning only S4S7 Folymelus.hc.ias the list of. win- ning sires, his progeny having taken sixteen races of the value of Undoubtedly Porameni was the best ihree-year-o'id of the season, and turf critics 'believe that he will turn put to be a horse fir the classic standard; Who'll, win first? Who'll win sec- ond? Nobody knows. Some people think they can winners. But these people are wiser than the man- 'We are probably can't pick win- ners. That's not our' business. Our office, is to issue votes, keep a record of the- contest, and'assist all the can- didaies all we can in an impartial' way. It's easy to help candidates who CHANGES PROPOSED IN BOXING RULES. 1 piopoaed leviMon of botmg rules submitted by the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada to the Province of Quebec was receutlv wsued They are as follows: Ring raufct be padded in I have ex tension not less than one foot bejond ropes. Bantamweight increased I0y to 108 pounds All weights to" be taken liouffs before the contest each dar Coaching of competitor, will render him liable to disqualiflcation, for the protection." of the hind and fingers shall be or. soft ton only and confined not more than- four thicknesses. .Hard; bandages prohibited. The changes have been cub nutted foi the ipproval or (lis approval to the proUrce of Queljec pption, and Me.Mile bring them to tne notice of the ernors: PURPOSE TO STOP SUPPLY GRAFTING Ottawa DPP a to keeping a more effective check on the food aud other supplies issued to the tioops and to prevent waste and graft ing Majoi-General Hughes has ar rinsed ior a staff of special inspect ors The> will %lsit the camps and trilnnifc depots, and see that oil due economj is being obsened It it .stated tliat m somo places through 01 dishonest oa the pirt of jsome cf the local Ofticials thousands 'of dollais worth of stipplioa ftastctl ind pettv giaft lias cost tlife government eonsideiable SUIIIB in tho, r-ol Muhins of Winnipeg, i well Known cattlennn of Cinidi will chirge of work foi western Canada R B BENNE1 SAILS FOR CANADA ON FRIDAY NEXT j Condon Day R n Bennett, aE Ker appearing in the ance case before llie -privy council, s for Canada on Friday agers of the contest. the only persons having htnhest and second highest number of votes will win first and sec- ond That's as far as we. can go. But alt the votes are not gather ed ionjj ways. The next five working days may upset all cal- culations. :Therc are often sur- prises at the close of a contest. Some- times the ones who hold back expect- ing to spring a surprise on the ones who report regularly- are the surprised parties. A. B..GRACE DEAD AT CRANBRlOOK Cranbrook, Dec. :B; Grace died here-this-evening-, at; 3 o'clock at his residencei.oa Crdnbrook street lifter an illness extendmg over a, period cf about three or four months. During last summer deceas- ed'had a stroke of paralysis from which he never recovered. The deceased, in his 71st year, was horn in Boston and is .one oE the oldest pioneers in this 'district. He was a resident'of Fort.Steele be- fore Cranbrook came into existence. When Cranbrook came into being he moved to the new city on the aud bought the Prospector, [which p% per was published by him for 01 er 15 vears. During, the last, two years he has-been excise officer with oificea in the postoffice building. ALLAN THE POPULA allinatifrom St. John Date Sti-atoer to Dee. London Dec. Liverpool Dec. London Jan. Liverpool Jan. Liverpool Jan. London Jan. Liverpool "Calling at Hat re east and -west- bound Reduced round trip railway ratls. In effect Nov 15 to Dec. 31 from all pointe weit. For full tions apply to" any R. or S. S. -agent or W. R. ALLAN, Gen. Nor- weit Agent, Winnipeg. Standing -of tne candidates today: 239.900 help themselves. The ones'who can't Geo. T. Wride, Raymond, Alta. Miss Thelma'- McEachern, 537 14th Street South....... Miss Sadie Niven, Fianu 4kd 000 Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethbridge, P. O. Box: 397 Mrs." Pearl Ross, Bow Alia..................... Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taliei Alta 221000 Robert Lackenby, Islanl Alti 220 "00 MIES Isabel Inkiter, Barons Alta 220000 Miss Lula Nielson, Cardston, A Miss Frances Llawson, 812 Third Ayenue South Miss Rita McAndrews, Eetlaw Alta 211 800 Mrs. Thomas. Bernie.-, South John Wnoht Hardieviile Alta 210000 Walkir; .624-Ninth-Street South Mrs G W Haley, Glassy Lake Alta 192000 Miss Annie Pelletier, Monarch, Alta................... 187.400 Mrs. 0. H. Benson, Commerce, Alta.....................180.900 Miss Eva Sixth Avenue South___ Miss Louise Scott, Vita Id9 "00 Miss Alice Reardon, Piiicuer Creek, A Mcllvena, A H I Library Lethbndge 75 400 Miss Elveia Thelin, Orton Alia G2000 Miss Thelma; M. Whyte, Foremost, Alta. .___... Miss Wmnlfred I Sellers, 711 ith Street A South 27000 Robert 1 Tiro Hal' 12000 .John Cropley, 1216 Fifth Ave. A South................ Miss Goldic Pohlman, AKoijau Atta 5000 HARKEN TO THE CALL With the so near tlie end, candidates are crowded' foi time will confer a g-ent fi upon contestants If will not require so in in callbacks fcr their jnyment If you have no idea or sup- porting n candidate, s-l> so please md do not longer 'hedte the iiucs lion It wilt help a lot, too, if payments Ve made at the contest office to the credit o'f candidates. Many nre sav ing steps bs so doing; fair num her of remittances are also coming In for candidates in the outside ter- ritory Keep up the good work. When can- didates fall heir to .those' easy votes, it gives them added enthusiasm After today the working days of the contest can be counted upon one hand But a lot can bo done in that a lot nil be done by the the big Hurry' McBRIOE-VO BE NEW B, AGENT GENERAL7 London, Dec comes fiom a source that cannot be contradicted tUnl Premier AlcBrlde will shortlv lie assent general for British Co- lumbia in London. RAYMOND ELECTIONS Raymond Der electun 5 es terday resulted in thi_retmn ot thur Dahl, J P KIsncB and Court as councillors "the defeatvd- candidates are 0 H Snow and F Holt THE I.O.D.E WILL STAGE A GYMKHANA On Thursday, Friday and Saturday DECEMBER 16, 17 and 18 IN THE PREMISES RECENTLY VACATED BY THE BENTLBY CO., FIFTH STREET, LETHBRlCOe The Entire Proceeds Devoted to-Patriotic Purposes DANCING Afternoon and Even- ings, 8 to 12, splendid music. 10 cents per couple each- dance in-the evening No charge in afternoon Floor will be in A 1 .condition. A TROUPE OF PIERROTS will provide d program of sterling merit. A CARD ROOM will be a. tea ture and those who do not wish to dance may enjoy a game of cards. ProgrebsHe games each evening. Entiance fee 25 tents Two prizes each evening REFRESHMENTS dainty and tastj sad-will be provided at reasonable charges. CHRISTMAS GIFTi-'.you maj solve tho problem hew, for the ladies of the order be in charge of booths having on sale every description of ar- and orna- mental. HOME COOKING Special attention being paid to Christmas cooking. FORTUNE TELLING Par visit to the Queen of Shcbe, who will read the past and predict the future, for you in a manner that will surprise .'J >ou, or a visit to the fair .f Paulme-Trtll disclose to you wonders from the tea cup. Everything at the Gymkhana' iv 111 surprise and delight you. The decorations will bo lavish anil a perfect "picture of coior and harmony, and thin event promises to be the feature of the' Christmas season CHRISTMAS TREE STRING pull. Jifany other attractions too numerous to mention CHILDREN'S ENTERTAIN. I M6NT Each day it ad- J mission, ndults 15c; cnilflren 10 rents Visitors from Surrounding Towns are Specially invited and will bo heartily Welcome I IT IS A WORTHY TO COMING THOUSANDS NO ENTRANCE FEE TO IN 10e ADMISSION IN (IOJ) SAVE THE KING.