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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1916 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREK HERALD SECTION BlLLY WEEKS SIDESTEPS BOUT WITHROSS AND UTTERLY IMPOSSIBLE BROOKS, ofcALGARY, REFEREE THE MATCH The Weeks-Ross match billed for 27th is off unless Biddy Bishop and Weeks get over their habit of ILI1U Woive ticv naming imiiossible conditions. Hie Lothbridge Sports Club wired Weeks at Winnipeg last night that stipula- tions made by him at the last minute would not be met and unless he de- cided to live up to his promises the club would nothing more to do with the proposed match. Weeks and Bishop are busy pulling the old stu'f. The club thought every- thing was rosy after tho receipt of a wire tho other diiy from Bishop say- ing that date and terms proposed by tho club here were O. K. Yesterday the club's articles, which kill the be blamed it they did. 4nd. that's the line of con Bishop and Weeks have been handing out for the Weeks-Ross match. The plain fact of the matter is that Weeks is round trip tickets from Cincinnati to Lethbridise, tho club reserving the right to name a referee who would be acceptable to both principles, .liid Foley was the man the club had picked on. If anyone In tlio country knows the duties of the third man in the ring it. Is Jud Foley, and ho Is as square as daylight, lint the dictator- ial Mr. Bishop demanded to name the referee, and the man named was H. F -L. Brooks of the Oalgary Herald. minute onco more. It makes a beau tiful side-stop. In tact side-stepping seems to be Weeks' specialty. His effort to sidestep the Rolands fight In Winnipeg lost nigh! was an example. Ross has had a taste of It before. He chased Weeks to the coast a few short winters ago, but the foxy one couldn't be induced to sign up. Weeks may he middleweight cham- pion of Canada, but his persistent re- fusal to meet Ross indicates that he a reputation. Getting a championship and a new set o arces which would the club please sign and match heit. have Ross sigivand everything would roar and can ire rosy ''If Boss really wants to meet says Bishop, in an ac- letter, "this is his All Mr. Weeks wants is the long end of the purse, two eoiupanying chance." Fine chance! round" trip "tickets 'from Cincinnati to I bluff. Lethbridge, all travelling expenses, I gary, His end referee A mere und'the'demand that the named by him be accepted. FThe Club's offer to Weeks, which 35 not anxious to nieet Ross, of the negotiations have been one big Last fall when he was In Cal- after forfeits were posted for UIB match, when it came to signing articles lie demanded J500, win, lose or draw as his share. Ho knew that would be enough to kill the match. :Now he pulls the old stunt ot nani- the newspaper route is easier and less damaging to the rep "Safety First" champion about hits the mark. And now that Monsieur W eeta ha; sidestepped the club is bending all its energies to making the bill for the Ross-Cohen scrap on Wednesday night next the best ever staged here. Those who saw Durable Ike and Ross in action here a month ago couldn't be kept away by a string of wild horses Ross is "in better shape and Cohei thinks he can reverse the decision Great Falls fans are confident Ike wil sneeze through with a decision. Wed 20 will tell the tale. BERWICK ARROW JonnJtt COLLARS UK curve cut to fit tlu slw perfectly, CLU ETT. PEABODY CtCO: I Men's Underwear, WOdllC.'l .Mill's cotton under wear......... Hats.......... Caps.......... Work gloves Wool sweaters Flannel shirts Cotton, shirts..... Heavy wool sox Overalls .Men's shoes...... Work slices..... .Men's suits (CONTINUED FBO.V PAOE) "Yes. considering the circlimstcn ces. Horse feed has gone up. Bottle; are higher in price." Mr. Bigga: "Did yon ever arrange other winters with tho oilier dairies what price should be Mr. Watson: "There was rangement a couphi of years ago. Denies An Agreement P. Carlyle of the Crystal Dairy, sworn, said that there was no agree- ment by which the price should be in- creased. All the dairymen had agreed to raise tho price at a certain time, but no price had been set. He said his company was paying the farmer .05 l.tlll 1 .iil) 5.00 J.liO J.dO .nr, 1.25 1.25 1.75 il.OO Z.OO 1.00 .50 1.50 Doctor Tells How to Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In One Week's Time In Many Instances Jlr. Hill saiil another boot increase was coming next spring. Ten to fif- teen per cent is the increase to date. (Retail meats by Win. Hopkins Alberta Meat Sirloin steak.......-5 Itoiind Hib Veal roast........-- Mod. shoulder roast Mutton leg roast pork roast Pork chops Salt Fish halibut......1" -Jj I.ard, pure leaf .IS Butter, creamery Pork Mr Hopkins said 5 pound lard palls have'gone up about 8 or I) cents each in the past year. (Retail meats by Will. T. Lingard, Independent Meat 6% cents per quart crease having farmers. Mr Harrison: on Nov. 22. and almost seven cents now. another in been made by the "Do yen think the price of 12Vj cents per quart is fair to the Mr. Carlyle: "We have advanced the price only according to tlie supply] and demand. A month ago milk fell off. The farmers would not care for their cows in order to meet the supply unless they got the price they asked The other day olje farmer wanted Sirloin steak...... Round steak Hlh roast Veal roast....... Mod. shoulder roast .Mutton leg roast Fresli' pork roast Pork chops Salt pork........ Bacon Fresh halibut..... Pure leaf lard Eggs, fresh Eggs, packed cents per quart. The first two weeks of November the dairy was running at a loss." Mr Carlyle explained that dairyin Butter, dairy Butter, creamery Men's shoes shoes Youths' shoes Children's shoes Rolands Had Best of Fight With Billy Weeks at Teg Winnipeg, 'Dec. Uen Row- lands, of Milwaukee, through his superior boxing, shaded BiMy Wee'Ks, .of Vancouver, after 12 .fast founds in 'which'- both boys showed plenty of action. Coming a stpo.nq finish after 'traveHlngV'on even 'terms: for half for-the --Milwaukee battler, whose speed and judge of distance was much. .better than his adver- sary, and in the'eighth' and ten rounds shot over terrific right crosses that rocked the Canadian champion but did 'not slow him up. i Weeks had the best of the in- fightjng and' was the aggressor most of the way, but Rowlands Kite lien f'Mystery M I..WFOR SPORT FANS had not advanced so far in the south as it had in. the north, where the in- dustry is more general. A few weeks ago the farmers of the north had de- manded from the Calgary dairymen 65 cents per pound for butter fat. The Crystal Dairy is now paying the farm- ers of the Lethbridge district SO cents per pound for butter fat. stood 'off''and boxed for. most of the distance and.had much the better of the exchanges in the'op- en fighting- LOSE THEIR Four games were "played In the Carpetball League last evening, and close contests were again in order. Gait Gardens lowered. the colors of the Sloose team, heating, them by this being the first game they, have lost. The game .between Gait Gar- dens and A. O, F. (Dnity) was very one'point separating them at the finish, with Unity on the win- ning end. The two rival A. O. F. teams also clashed in a good game, winning out by two points S 0 and Moose are now tied for firat (lace with' S points each. The following are the results and league standing A 0 P Unity 8 Gaits 7 S 0 B 13 A O F Star 7 A 0 F Star 8 A 0 F Unit} b Gaits 14, Moose 7 5IANTS WILL EXHIBIT WITH JENNINGS' 'TEAM New York, Deo. training schedule which the New York: Na- tionals will play .in returning from erMarln, Texas, training-camp we will, explain why ,t was m vnT announced today 'by ..Secretary class- with the dead ones The Cilj S 0 E Moose A O F (Star) A O Gait Gaidens K ot P Elks W 4 4 3 J 3 1 0 L P o 0 TORTORICH ENDEAVORS TO CLEAR UP MIDDLES MANTELL LOSES; :EVANS GETS A DRAW Frank Mantell and Xid" Ev- ans returned at noon today from Calgary, at Homo. Philadelphia, you wear EhuweB? Aro you a victim of oyo strain or other eye weaknecseB? If to, yon will be glad to know that according to Dr. Lowis there IB real hopo for you. Many whose wore failing nay Uiey hove had their ovon restored through tho prtnciplo ot this wonder- ful froo prescription. One man Bays, after trying It: "I was almost, blind; could not see to read At nil. Nov.' I can read ffrorrthlus without any glasaei and my eyes do not water unj- more At night they would pain dreadfully; now they fool fine all the tlmo. It was like R miracle to mo." A lady who us- ed It siiya: "The atmosphere seemed hazy with or without glasses, but after using this prescription for fif- teen days everything uooina olear. I cao even read fine print without glasses." It. is believed that thousands who wear glasses can now discard them in a reaaonabla time, and multi- tudes more wilt be able to strengthen their eyes so as to be spared tile trouble and expense of ever getting glasses. Eye troubles ot many deacrip- by following simple ruins. Here la the prescription: (Jo to ally active drui; store' and get a bottlu of Bon- Opto tablets. Urop one Bon-Opto tab' lot into a fourth of a glass of and allow It. to dissolve. With this llijuid bathe the eyes two to times daily. You should notice your eyea clear ULJ perceptibly right from the start and Inflammation will quick- ly disappear. K your yye.i are bother- ing you. even a'little, take atnpu Ic save them now bo.'oro it IB too latu. Many hopelessly blind might have benn" saved if they had cared for their eyes in time. Note: Another prominent physician to whom tiie above article wus sub mitted, said: "Bou-Opto Is a very re- markable remedy. Its constituent in- gradients are well known to eminent eye specialists and widely prescribed by them. The manufacturers guarantee It to strengthen eyesight 50 p.c, in one week's tlmo in many instance: refund the money. It can be obtained from a'.iy good druggist and .is ono of the very few preparations I feel should be kept, en hand fcr regular use In almost every Red Cross Drug Book Company, IV.d.. tlons may be wonderfully benefitted sells Samuel Dickson, ex-postmaster, son of the late James Dickson, M.P., died at Soaforth, Out. S. A. Dicksou, bar- rister, Edmonton, is a son. Men's 1 buckle O'Shoe Men's storm rubbers 1.511 Women's 2 buckle Women's storm rub- Children's O'Shce Men's miners' boots Mr Harrison: "I haven't heard of infants'...... other city In Western Canada Workman's hoot paying IZVjC per quart for milk. Mr. Carlyle: "Medicine Hat iloe and did last winter." noon when three general merchants from Staffordvllle will 'be examined. Evening Session- Following were the prices quoted last night at the evening, session of the investigation into the high cost of living. Nothing startling was re- vealed in connection with the price Increases quoted by the different firms examined. Dry Goods (Bv E ,1 Hill ot E. J. Hill Co.) July 1 Nov. 22 The Calgary sport scribes ought to try their hand just once at lining Billy Weeks up to meet Al. Boss. If Children's hosiery they succeed it's 10 to 1. Lloyd-George has' a job for them on' his diplomatic Now that the elections are ovev will explain why it was in the announced today by John Foster. The team will retary cass w LIU: ucnu HUI.P. work! hall has a large sign painted on the i-iioit FnoKT Woollen piece goods Linens Women's underwear wqblle.-] Boys' caps .15 .40 Women's hosiery Women's underwear cotton........ Cotton spools (Gents' furnishings by Work gloves, sheep skin.......... 1.10 .75 .35 .25 (Retail 2 buckle 1.50 2.75 -1.50 Furnishings Gent's dr oheepskin gloves Men's wool nlld'wear ilen's cotton u'wear Hats Caps......... Sweaters........ Flannel shirts Cottou shirts Overalls.....- Men's suits Men's heavy sox Men's shoes Women's shoes shoes shoes O'Shoes Men's rubbers Women's O'Shoes Miners' boots Infants' shoes Workman's boots Chila'i .45 1.50 .50 2.50 .50 .1..10 1.25 15.00 .40 4.50 2.60 1.75 1.75 1.10 2.00 2.60 .85 3.00 1.75 3.011 1.75 5.00 by An .50 1.50 .60 2.60. .60 J.75 l'.S5 .85 1.85 15.00 .50 5.00 3.00 1.90 1.86 1.10 2.00 3.00 1.00 3.50 nven The "FEEL" of Your New Suit Will depend as much on how it looks as on how it fits. Your CREIGHTON Suitor Overcoat will look good when it's new and it will look good when it's old. It will look good till it wears out, and it takes some wear to wear it out. Creighton Bros. Tailors to Men, 004 SrdAve. Soulh Calgary Branch, 1268thAve.E. With the Xmas and New Year's Greet- ing to old friends, enclose your foil trait. It's the Ideal re- membrance because It's the next best thing ig a yja Mate Mi Earle Smith's Portrait Studio 206 3rd Avc. S. Phone 1471.., .05 .00 E. S. Hill Co.) Retail grocery prices were by Geo. Ken- of Kerr Co., and the Hudson's Bay Co., ana .retail dry eoods prices by the Hudson's nay co. The retail dry goods' prices by the, latter company showed no increase, in price over July to the fact] that in fall 1915, the .company s Leth-; bridge store laid in a 2 years' supply of staples. One instance a big in- crease however, .was quoted by the witness, Mr. Koen. Last January blankets could be bought at ?3 per pair, which today are costing po- The mavoralty candidates in Hamil- ton Ont Controller Morris, Son- trol'ler Cooper and C, C.'Booker. AUTO OWNERS AUTO ROBES We are agents for a special rubber lined Auto Robe and invite your inspection. Tho duled between the two clubs, training schedule follows: March 3, 4, 10, 11, Dallas, Texas; March 17 and 18, Houston.. Texas', March 24 and 25, San Antonio, Texas; March 31 and April I, Detroit in Dallas; April 2, Detroit in Wichita Falls, Texas: April 3, Detroit in Ok- lahoma City, Okla.: Anril- -1, Detroit in Tulsa, Okla.: hattan Kan.; April 7 and S.. Detroit Kansas With the ex- ception of .the .in Dallas, March 3 and 4.. all. ofr .these games will be played -by the regular team. Nelson (Pie) .Way, the former football, and baseball .st ed with New York last was "fanned" The Mayor disclaims the responsi; bility for having occupied an office there for eight months with such a sign displayed; No-dead ones on the staff if he can help it. 0 0 o His Worship is out to prove the m iUlSa, UKIll.. Ainu li, o O O The curlers are at It again and many husbands have a ready excuse foi- an evening out. There waa a lot of talk among the', basketball fans over the refusal of- the "Y" captain in the Y-Q.X.-game to IP lornier far who sYiMi-Ullow Mclvorto return to play In the t siiinrer "and f second halt after his injury. His riil- t Slimmer, ano ______ -.-oriiinir to the W lave been according to the RUBE, THE RECRUIT utiiiiuiij u Toronto. Out., Dec. fight terms can be classed to- quard is in Toronto; >The; Itube Is good "catch" for the recruiting officer so when he was out for a walk today he was accosted. don't you sign ssked the recruiting officer. I have replied JlM'quara. queried the soldier. "Last fall." "Fo'r'how. "Three years." "Where's your V "In .Brooklyn.'' .f; "Whom did yon sign "The Brooklyn Baseball club." The sergeant let impossible. Dorainick Tortorlch of New Orleans started a fine little argument the o'ther day when lie proposed an elim- ination Contest for.the middleweight there in January. If Tor- torioh can' 'make his plans go through will have accomplished1 something Un giving to the country a middle- weight holder, .something it has not had-'sfnce Stanley Ketchel's death. It is .djiubttul, however, if Tor- 'torich's Elan to> book Mike Gibbons and Jack Dillon up as.the contenders will'be "realized. to 162 pounds for Gibbous in their go al 'St. Paui.Vantl if he had to. get below .that figure it-prob'ably wonid Wiiiui'u him'to such'an extent he: would not do himself iustlce... With Dillon the.light heavyweight ranks, Gibbons' opponent probably would. be either .Toff Smilu ol New Bob Moha of Mil- waukee. .ieady to make the ot. 158 or-'160 pounds. BOX BID FOR JOHNSON Boston, Sixty thousand donahs' tp'.get 'Walter Johnson for the Red js what Harry Frozen no.COOrhfghe'f than the Cleveland.'30 seconds more. to untl bad weather. ..loses club's bid, welshed 225 pounds and Langtord I turn. SEND MOTOR CARS OVERLAND Pittshlirg. Motor cars made in, Pittsburg for New York customers are I now being driven .overland through the Allegheny mountains at high gear to save loss of time in freight deliv- ery, though- it costs ,the eastern dis- tributors for. PittslJiirg motor cars more than the freight charges. The time gained Is said to be from two to three weeks.' The New York men declare they know just at what hour they can do- SAM LANOFORD SCORES'' liver a car to a. customer by deliver; KNOCKOUT the machine on its, own wheels in- St. Louis, Dec. Langford.i of having'HJ.nrf along St Louis, Dec. -am ongo of Boston knocked, out Jim Johnson I .in a box car. They njan to deliver ut -_ I rt-jpc Just imagine! Then cftmpare with the Bright, Cheerful and Happy Home Full cf Music. You can have this by coming to our store and selecting your- piano or phonograph. 1 Kote the World Renowned Musical Instrib- ments We Sell. by all as the World's Best. Oldest and Best Piano. Estab. 1840. inventor of the phonograph 'and maker of the most natural reproducing instrument known. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Come and See Us About Your Xmas Music EVERYTHING MUSICAUT 315. Sixth-Street Court House) .Lethbridge. SQUEEGEE DIAMOND TIRES We are exclusive agents for. Southern Alberta for the celebrated Squeegee Diamond Tire. Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE Buy Your Motorist Friend a Yankee Tire Pump For Christmas He will surely appt eciate such a gift For sale at THE FORD GARAGE A pair of Warner Lenzes is another suggestion ;