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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Skates KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacOonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 107 6th St. S. Phone 1032 AWES RALLY That the realm oi Canadian sport Province, and one of the best known quota of its sporting authorities in the Dominion, now acting as a corporal in the is contributing a just talent to the cause of tin; Empire is quite certain. Here is only a partial ycots, under Lieut. Stan Okell, tho record bearing out the fact. former Victoria and Vancouver la- THE LAST DAY BUT ONE OF THE HERALD CONTEST nun m Tomorrow yiglit It will all bo Over Except for the Counting of the 'Votes, which will Tnko Pin re on Wednesday .livening: lias Been a Great Con- Oflk-o Will be Open Toiiighl, the Convenience of (Subscribers who Wish to Make Payments in Favor of Candidates. (r Let us have your Skates and Boots. Wo will fix them up right for tho season. We have recently installed a new akato sharpener. Skates sharpened, rlvited on and your boots fixed up right. FRANK MILES 511 4th Avenue South. "Scotty" Davidson, Toronto hock- crossu player. club lulled lincr Vancouver lacrosse player and 'James Dully', Hamilton, one oi the writer, has gone to Texas to Candidates who oxyyct io win any i previous contests on the Herald. By of the top prices should by too busy j reserve vote we mean the votes turn- ed in and not published, and the sub- player. Joe Gorman, the for- to contest stories. The Lime for Canadian winnus of the blue ribbon of long distance running, the Boston marathon. Jack Munroe, oi Nova Scotia, cele- brated hnxcr, left for dead after j c a course in aviation before ap- plying for admission to the Royal Naval Flying Corps. Ernie Murray, the Maple Leal la- crosse star, joined the -12nd Battalion charging with his regiment, the Prin- about six weeks ago and will prob- uess IJats, now slowly recovering in .ably go overseas with tliu next cou- lingcnt. A number of well-known boxers from the west have also enliskd for acti.e service, including Cyclone reading lias passed. the "open sesame'' to success. Tlie vote in the- paper today ha. slightly passed Twenty-four candidates have withstood the battle Haven't battled very hard. However, 'because a candidate has less tlui BOWLING DOMINION ALLEYS Basement Dominion Building Entrance on Sixth Street i nn English hospital. I Joe Shear, of Montreal, well-known I boxer. George Frame, of Montreal, well ___ I known boxer, being invalided home. Hector McDonald, Frank blav- At least twelve, and probably more in and Ku.ss Lcighton. I than a score of well-known profcs-t Seven professional athletes, six sional athletes in Vancouver, West- hockey players, have gone from Ot- Diitistcr and Victoria have enlisted tawa'to the front to dul-e, although for active service with His Majesty's several others have expressed their forces during the past year. Two oi intention of enlisting, Horace Gaul the boys hjive already seen service in was one of the lirst of these to go, France' Dick one of the'voter- and later Frank McGee. Gaul is at ans of the boxing game on the Coast, present recoverinc; in England from a look an active part in some st-rejui- shell wound in his jaw, while McGee ous fighting with the Princess Paid- j is at the firing line. He holds a lieu- cias, and was honorably discharged a tenancy. Allen Wilson, Harry (Punch) few weeks ago. Gregory Patchell, who Rroailbent and Leth Graham are helped the Westminster lacrosse chani- with the artillery, and have lately moved 'over to France witli the sec- ond contingent. Percy Chainherlin, better known ty the boxing fratern- scription reports held back. All In (CONTINUKD FJ10M FjtON'T day on his annual inspection trip. Ho was invited by the mayor to atay for the ceremony. His reply was typical of the man: "Mr, Mayor, we are so accustomed to turning first sods it has become a custom with us, not a ceremony.'' MS Prominent Merchant Restored to Health by "Fruit-a-tives" ,i Bmmoi, K.B., July 26th, 1914. At eight o clock this morning the "I had n March, urocession to the heading began. It aud this left ino unable to walk or help was headed by John G. Sullivan, clilet and the Constipation was engineer at the railway, and J. terrible. Finally, I took Truifca-livcs' Stewart, of Foley, Welch ami Stew- for the This fruit medicine rt. There were several other offic- gradually toned up the nerves and iiils in tile party including F. Pet-1 actually relieved the paralysis. By tho general superintendent; A. C. I use of Truit-a-iives' I grew stronger back. All In Donnis, engineer in charge ot .11 T all, the contest manager doesn't knoiv utruction; K K. In i 'on me. I am now so very much. The candidates haves 'charge of double tracking or the lines wc" my store every day." a feu- At exactly i L..HU.I...IVO ui IIUUUIU looked after that feature of the con-1 in the mountains, and a test by keeping in the dark tile both easl and west. ALVA PHILLIPS. Fruit juiceisnaturc'spwiiremedyand- up to the last. Very true, n number ness they have done the past three i nine o'clock the final shot was made 'Fruit-a-tives'is made from 50c. a box, 6 for trial size 25o. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. is, many of them i.tm. For the city candidates, tomorrow was u ihe hole through Mt, completed. Asked before the' in the paner don't mean any-1 night at about 11 o'clock will see tlie: party started if he was sure the two; thing. Who tin; par-! end. Contestants from the outside holes would exactly meet, -Air. Snlli- van said: "Tlie sides will he within. one-half inch of each other.'1 Theyj; It is not violating confidence when otliue have the votes i were. and that is close enough. The ticular oandidat in reserve. -how much is held j territory may mail reports any time i tomorrow night, which will reach this we say that In a few Instances the paper vote represents "all" n contest- ant has. In the majority of cases, however, it does not. No use beating -5. Enjoys It and Counts Up tlie, House They tell us that boxing is brutal, Jt develops.the Animal Pash. The 'boxers they say, in a murderous way Endeavor each other to mash. Ho, little they know of'the boxer, Those chaps who so gloomily grouse. he sways in a clinch, it's a sure enough cinch. That the boxer is counting the house, Jt is seldom Indeed that the boxer (We live in degenerate days) .With his heart full of fight takes a swing ivdtli his right Which is meant, his opponent to faze. Arid-it's-seldom- as well Ills opponent Jarred up by the tha blow "With his face battered in keeps on lighting like sin As he tots up his share of the dough. Has "Some" Reach Fred P.ulton, tlie California hopa, who is s'iated to be Jess WHlard'f next opponent, has a reach about nine inches longer than the present cham- pion. After watching WJllard's box- ing ability on the films, aftout all Ful- ton will have to do to secure the tlt'ie is keen his arm straight on a line with. Wlllard and the -latter will never touch him. j pious retain their title, is "some- i where in France" helping the Empire. I Sibby Nichol, well-known hockeyist, has been doing his lit on the Em-! ity as Percy Cove, is witli the trans- j press of Russia, armored cruiser. He' port. Angus Duiord lias taken out 1 made good when professional hockey commission as a lieutenant, but was iirst introduced to Pacific Coast fans. The majority of professional ath- letes who have joined tho army arc now in training at the various camps on thi! Coast. Jimmy Hewitt, form- ga into training until ath- er sporting editor of the Vancouver not likely to the spring. Winnipeg boasts of few pro. letes, but one has inlisted. Mitchell, from the Portland hockey team. He is a lieutenant in the 61st Battalion. Toledo, Dec. re- ceived in Toledo has led local horse- men to believe old Cresceus has become a war horso. Away out yonder on the enow- None HCT Dayton, Ohio, Dec. Billon of Indianapolis, middleweight cham- pion, was awarded the decision over Frankie Gilbert of Philadelphia here tonight in .the fourth round of a scho- crusted steppes of those Baltic prov--Wiled ID-round bout. Gilbert took inces oi Russia, where the Czar's count of nine twice in the seeon grip mighty hosts an with death poor old Cresceus, who for years hei'l the world s trot- ting record, is believed to be employ-, etl in dragging heavy ordinance and supplies about the battlefields. round anrl again in the fourth round. Referee Lally stopped the bout.in the fourth round. Tommy Dillon, brother oi Jack, and Terry -Nelson of Cincinnati, light-( weights, fought 111 rounds to a draw. I for their reports count toward the prizes. Be there wilh the votes. The Her- _____ aid will be there with the cash for around the bush any longer. It's the the prizes. The largest number of reserve vq_te that will win in this con-1 votes wins Keep that fact in same as it has won in ail tlie mind always. Here Are the Prizes. TO BE AWARDED AT THE CLOSE OF THE CONTEST To The Candidate Having Highest Vote at Close of the Contett. 40% OF COLLECTIONS MADE To the Candidate Having the Second Highest Vote 30% OF COLLECTIONS MADE To the Candidate Having the Third Highest Vote 25% OF COLLECTIONS MADE To the Candidate Having the Fourth Highest Vote 20% OF COLLECTIONS MADE To the Candidate Having the Fifth Highest Vote 15% OF COLLECTIONS MADE To The Candidate Having the Sixth Highest Vote 10% OF COLLECTIONS MADE To all Remaining Active Candidates SPECIAL PEIZE To Candidate Collecting the Most Money for Subscriptions to the Weekly in addition to any other prize. Vote for these candidates. TC youhave voted, repeat as often as you like. Youll not be arrested. You will be lirst person actually through'the-hole PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY made by tho final blast was Mrs. A. G. Dennis, wife of tlie engineer in charge (if construction for Foley', j l v.v v Welch and Stewart. Portland 5; Seattle 2 The ceremony today does not mark Portland, Dec. ;tied the completion or the" tunnel. It was UP -'he lead thc Paciflo Coast Loa- the blowing throniili of tlie initial S'18 tonight when it defeated, the .Su- bore ten feet by twelve which Vet llere ljy a score ot r> daylight through. When completed Portland had the score in Its the tunnel will be twenty-three at -the mid of. the ;iirst period, high by twenty-nine feet in -width; alld retained this advantage until, the carrying a double track railway and .opening of the third when is expected to be complete in July' of' tied-up. Portland then-took 1913. If work progresses in the com- command, or the'game, and from then ng months as rapidly as this liad tnc its own Wll-v- Victoria'8; Vancouver 2 Victoria, Dec.- defeated NATURAL GAS CO. PROFITS; year It will mark the fastest tunnel driving ever accomplished on any con- liiient as there have been three and Vancouver world's In one half miles from the heading com- their Href, appearance, of the season pleted this year [here tonight by a score-of 8 __ ,j Capitals had the better 'of the .Stay i all the way, 'and "at -no stage. .game did the visitors .Ipbk, dangerous. defeat of the Vancouver :club..to- Calgary, Drc, By the fourth night Is the; straight -for.''the annual report of the Canadian West- world's champions: ern Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Company, just issued, it is GOLFERS TO PLAY ON learned thai tlie company operated, i TOP OF SATUN DAM during the lost year with a net earn- Panama, Dec. The broad, flat inc of J1S0.871.07. The total net sum 'op of Gatun dam is to serve for a oi was obtained during solf course and a club is now being the last year from all sales 01 gas, organized by officials of the Panama as against -11 the previous canal anil others. .Major General 0. year, or i. loss of for the W- Goethals. U.S.A., governor of. tne Cresceus won hundreds oi thousands _.._.._ ITV wnHTu of dollars for Mr. Ketcham. He he FUTURITY RACE WORTH gan I IG BIT OF CHANGE to earn big dividends on the money Mr. Ketelmm had invested in him when, in 1901, he defeated The Abbott, who had held the world's trotting record six years at 2.03f. Then lie clipped a whole second of! The Abbott's mark, and finally trot- ted the mile in l.oflf. Then came The Wise Cat Was He Two suburban gardeners were swearing vengeance on cats. "Jt appears to one said, "that .they seem to pick out your choicest plants to. scratch .out of the ground.'' "There's a 'big yellow tomcat." the other said, "that fetches my plants out and then sits and actually defies me.11 "Why don't you hurl a brick nt asked tho first speaker. "That's what makes me the reply. "I can't. He gets on top of my defy me." 'Kan- sas City Star. Looking at an Elevator Puppy That must 'be a dangerous trap! I've seen it catch fifteen people in the last few minutes. New York, Dec. Futurity race, which will be run in Be'impnt Park next season, will be "worth 000, according to present indications. The race last year, which was won by Thunderer, was worth only 000. The increased valuation in 1916 will be brought by an added to to> Russian He did llStS ally he was sold for breeding purposes to the Russian government He (lid i j L i-i not beget speed, and now he is m the army. race, been, reduced to The entrance fee for each horse will be .plus declaration fees. TWO OLD STARS ARE STOPPED Joe Mandot and Ad Wolgast Both Badly Beaten New York, Dec. Leon- ard of New York, knocked out Joe state, not- Maudot of Now Orleans .in. the 7th round ot' a ID-round match here last _ night. Leonard weighed 135 and Kan- ijirds conflict" CAN'T HUNT IN MOTOR BOATS Topeka, Kan., Dec. Kansas supreme court held that the state law forbidding shooting of wild ducks from a motorboat is a valid exercise Miss Thelma McEachem, 537 14th Street South Miss Lula Nielsen, Cardston, Alia........... Miss Winnie Heiseth, Letubriage, P. O. Box 397 Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alta...............-... Geo. T. Wride, Raymond, Miss Isabel Inkster, Barons, Alta............... Mfss Frances Lawson, S12 Third Avenue South Mrs. Pearl Ross, Bow Island, Alta.............. Robert Lackenby, Bow Island, Alta............. John Wright, Hardieville, Alta................. .Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Alta.......... Mrs. Thomas Bernier, 2 First Street South..... Miss Rita McAndrews. Retlaw, Alta............. Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Alta............. Mist Eva Hutton, 814 Sixth Avenue South Miss lya Walker, 624 Ninth Street South withstanding that the state and fed- eral laws regarding the shooting of Mrs. G. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Alto...............'. Miss Annie Pelfelier, Monarch, Alta. Miss Louise Scott, 3IacIeod, Aita..................... Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek, Alta............. A. Mcllvena, A. R. I. Library, Lethbridge Miss Winnifred I. Sellens, 711 12th Street A South Miss Elvera Thelin, Orton, year. Panama canal, lias annroved the.'for- SeBrctarj- Coste -.ttiilmted UIR dr.- 'mation of the club and has given_per- erease in earnings to. the fact that; a mission for the use ol Gatun dam large number of the residents had loft. the city. "The domestic consumption has port states. "The decrease was dm to the falline off oi. industrial con- said Mr. Coste, "and that clearly indicates that the -loss in gross earnings was not due to the installation ot' coal-burning aPii tus. When domestic consume) i has a suitable club building at Gatun. BOUT OFF Excelsior Springs, Mo., Dec. Charlie AVhite, the Chicago light- weight, announced today that received a telegram from his 'man- increasing in that manner, tha ager, Nate Lewis, in New -York nf city must be fair- ly well satisfied with the service." The report further states that the average rate per thousand cubic durin" th" "ear was 35.86 cents: for the domestic consumption, 2.1 cents, and for :c-i ts. industrial use 15.05 forming Iilm that his match Champion Freddie Welsh, has with been No reasons were given, according to White, who has been resting here for several weeks preparatory to tering training for his 'bout with Welsh. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN dot In regard to the federal statute the John Cropley, 1216 Fifth AT' Times Changed tho old days, kings had Jesters to piill off the funny stuff. mats do Jt. now they have diplo Ad Wolgast of Cadillac. Mich., was'eom-t sajd: unable to toe the mark in the seventh I "Congress has no power to prescribe round of a 10-round match with Leach regulations for the protection of mi- Cross of this city. Wolgast entered gratory birds while within the bound- US ring with a patch over one eye, aries of the state. The natural flight the result of a cut received in a re- Or fow) from pojnt to point does cent fight. Cross took tlie first two.not constitute commerce." A South RULES FOR THE CLOSE OF THE CONTEST rounds and the former champion the i fourth and tlt'th. Wolgast received alBUTTE ASSURED OF FRANCHISE severe beating in the last round and I Fipy Butte business men have guar was unable to continue. Weed to contribute apiece ii Joe Welling of Chicago outpointed support of the Butte franchise in the Young Brown of this city in 10 rounds.. Northwestern baseball 'league. FINALISTS FOR CANADIAN RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP Top pictui-o flhowo Haraillou Tigorc Uio Captain Manson In with the ball Coach Maniott mid Manager nt left, Lower nlctiirc Toronto R. Djjd A. A. runners up for tho Canadian championsiifo Captain Do Grouchy (With tho wall. Coach LivinBBtoao'anA' Manager Hamphroy at Mlhfir (inU of Tiio score TTOS 1S-7 for As stated at the beginning of the Herald's Subscription Campaign, and repeated many times since that time, the. contest will close tomorrow night, December 21st. City candidates will.be allowed un- til 11 o'clock tomorrow night to turn in subscriptions. Candidates outside of the city of Lethbridge will he allowed to mail subscription reports Tuesday night. If too late to have the post office stamp on the envelope, the.candidate should have one or :niore witnesses sign. this statement written on the back of the before midnight, Tuesday night, pec.21." All remittances must be aecompftn- fice money order, or bank draft, pay- able at par in Lethbridge. Any per- sonal cheques sent must be marked "accepted." The final count will be held Wed- nesday evening, starting at S o'clock, in the contest office, next to the Her- aid building. Candidates are invited to be present. The awarding ot the prizes is a simple process: The candidate having the highest vote will receive first prize; the one having the second highest vote, 40% of the collections made; third highest, collections; fourth highest, fifth highest, sixth high- eat, The remaining active can- didates will be paid 10% commission pon all subscription collections. Besides the committee of represent- ative who will aunervise the counting, candidates are "invited to ied by express money order, post of-' have a scrutineer if they so desire. II N.H1 Montreal. Dec. the visitors in poor condition, owing chief- ly to lack of practice on the ice, the Wanderers on Saturday evening, with- out greatly extending themselves, dis. posed tho Quebec by ihe score of 8 to_5. The game opened the season of the National Hockey association in Montreal. Only a small crowd attend- ed. The Ice was in good snaps at the lasted well, notwithstanding the mild spell The visitors came out with practi- cally the same line-up as last season. 3uGbecs were not- affected by the re- cent hockey war -activities, as the 'atrlcks refused to negotiate with 'layers oh that club's .list, and the men" had no option but to sign with he club at the terras'offered. On 'the. Wanderers' line there ap- icared, regulars Roveral who wero ubstltutos last. year.j.Smalll and the two lifwcomers, played In tho game. The former wns fi jquently relieved and hart lit-i tie to do in goal The impression was general that they will become regulars on the line up. Wanderers Quebec Goal Moran Cleghoru... Defence Defence D. Ritchie Wing" Malone Centre A Smith ..Wing Crawford egoru I O. Oleghorn 'Ball D. Smith Small] ........g -Harvey Pulford. >T. NICHOLAS TIE WITH STARS New York, Dec. The St. Nich- olas club of Now York and the Stars' of Montreal, played a 2 to 2 tie here Saturday, In the second game of hockey, in the: international series for the Art '.Ross challenge cup. St. Nicholas won tho first .game at Mont- real a week ago. Tho tlo will ba decided Monday night. i Canadian Pacific Railway Townsites The Canadian Pacific Eaihvay, Depart- ment of Xatunil Resources, announces five sale of the following new Icwnsitos on the Weyl) urn-Stirling Branch NEMISCAM ETZIKOM PAKOWSKI The sale will take place at Jmuiscam on Tuesday, January 41 h. 1916. at and at Etdcuiu (9.00) and Pakowski, (3.00) on the following day. Price Lists and Plans can he obtained on application to the Sales Branch, Department of Natural Resources Canadian Pacific Railway Calgary, Alberta Ad. Mo. C ALLAN GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT OP M ;