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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1916 THE LETHBRinOE DAILY HERALD 01 HUNTERS (By "Broncho" In.Rod and Gun) Tliuro Is grave daiiKor Unit tlii'ou�li ignorance of the true cimractoi' of iilioiit olBlity per cent, ot the nion and iioys who fllioot wild crcntnros, a. Hfent wrong will bo done tho hitter. iiCt iiH not make a fatal miRlako. After ciiilto a period of oljBervaMoii among all kinds of sportsmun, hunt-era and gunners, I am convhiced that Jt la utterly futile and deadly dangcr- use ot llic word j "stiiMiii' t-. ; 'I'he dcieni-e counsei once more in- \ terjefifd liis belief that the crown,' tlirough A. K. Cioodinan. had been \vorlr. .Mct;ilil)on in liis answers had j stated Ihm 111' lind l)r-Ijeved himseli' to havi' !jci-n difraiided. and exiiiliited j consiileralde dislikt? of tho .\lcCnl- i cheons. 1 "Tlic niinnles of the meeting of ; .May. lull, sliow iiotliing at all of oli-jertjons anil lu'oti-sts from you. Why , not?" avlccd Dr. Deuart, who first looking ior hi,nh class talent, let theinsclvcs juid sto]) dcspcratclv aim-,nonf n,. rnnnftpiu-n in MuV IdlliriL' of i t'l.em turn their' eyes to Lethbridge. eil shots, one of them being a spcci-ment o, conscience ^^^^ ^.lll^^^ ^^l\-nxw \^ an abuadaiice ot excellent ally mcrilorinas slop by Miss Ach- Hw"' H�oE>mno'r8^^f^TrscarcU^^^ ^''^^ l^"'''' ^''-"^ .)encs in the I.elh- o?7VxZx Btt-ugi^ie for ^�1'^}'^^:',^',^1.^^!^'!^^.^^U"^ l'^T"^. fennonls and soiin, .nul forms gas;! "I had just been appointed a direct- istence, ho will kill right up to the bag limit every day that ho goes out. night in the cottrsi; of tlie contest he- hjoking shot well aimed by Miss twecn the Lel.hbridge and Auditorium; Hilling. Hot Stuff provided it is possible to do so. lie i ^\''!^'>' '"'"'c'' ^ uses the "law" as a salvo for tho | victory for the Anditorinin girls catises headaches, (li/.ziucss and nau-i;ea; eructations of arid and undlgest-^lress vanislies Us promptness, certainty and ease in overcoming the wovst stomjich dls-The thiiil period was the hottest oi orders is a revelation to those who spot where his conscience should be. I i" "ib f"urth p;;riod a four-period all I,et1,:,i:idge charged ,the deicnsc try It.-Advortisement. -  �- �- 'match f)l ten mmntcs each. The con- right off tho reel, with .Miss .lean --- iuni team. Fast Hockey The game was replete with all that lib win shoot with any machine gun, , or gun of l)Ig calibre, in every way j "''s (;ll fret, burning feet, swollen feet, tender fi-et, tii-ed feet. Good-bye, corns, I'lilloiises. bunions and raw sjjots. .\"o more shoe tight-!'o 'iike all it can out of Ontario peo ment grew intense and the linish oi the contest was played amidst a reiiu of pamieiuoniuni. The firs^ period saw the advantage resting with the .\uds. 'I'licy were on the oflcnsive most of the lime. The pass when :\nss Ci. Hilling had t!ie piic'K' ten feet from the Lelhbridge net and i '^li'S- I'- V- D'mtey Miss C. Patrick .shot unhampered. The Lelhhrldge do-i l.'ovcr Point fence proved etiua! to the occasion and j -^''^^ ^""^^ ^''^^ I'i^lnck cleared ciuicklv. 'i'lie 1 etiibridge girls i Kover ---- were exhibiting better combination, j ^liss I!. I,. Ximnions Miss 15. Hilling j 'phe lame of Le.s Uarcy. the rocog-hut the individual work of the .Vud. i Centre 'nized middleweight ilianipion of ths players stood out in relief. I IMiss .1. Stewart Miss CI. Hilling world, is spreading in many direc-- ' ,. ,, IMght \Viiig . 'tions. The Uite.'u is lliat tiii'v are :\liss K. Stewart Mr:;. A. Met orvic aides after iiim in Australia. , ... , �, ,- ; ,, l-efV Wmg i Fritz Holland, tin? Hpokane middle- to the occasuMi m the second period. ; Mrs. P. Ruilv .Me-s A. Keimcdv wei'dit becanio .Uu nroud f-ilher of -i Rapid hre proee-dings opened in-' The game _v.-as ^refrre�d^^hv Mr. .M. bouncitig baby l,ov over in Sydney "' '"the ot'icr day, and the first sug.ues- |de," said Or. .McKibbon, The witness .swore that neither ver- : bally nor in writing at that date had j he agreed to take ."ilK) sliares in the | syndicate as shown in a document of j Xovenilier. I'.ii;;. "Probably they were then counting j what it means to have all the greatest living artists sing and play for you and your friends at your pleasure and convciiicuco. Or ol' ri,st('iiini�* :i( will to iiM.v oUicr kind oi' nmsic yon wi.sli to enjoy. \'ifior Kccortls u'ivp yon tlio very hcsl ol'cvcryiliiiiLi'-a var-i("i>- iiiiliiiiilofl ami :i (|iialily iiiiaiijiroacliod. Ask any "His Master's Voice" dealer to play for you any music you wish to hear and demonstrate any of the latest style Victrolas. It Is the Instrument In which your neighbors take such a personal pride-you won't want anything less satisfying. Ten-in. double sided Victor Records-90 cents for the two selections: Hello Frisco: Cfreen-Hamilton j' When It's Peach-Plcking Time In Delaware 1 17837 Campbell-Burr J Pox-Trot Day lIcKce'a Orchestra]' When tho War is Over-One Htep 117817 McKeo's Orchestro 51 Down In Dom-Bombay Hollins and Harlan |' JusI Try to Picture Me Back Homo In '17841 Tenessee Collins and Harlan J , Two New Harp Ada Sassoll . Ilomanoe .'Vda Sassoll (iavotte In f! Minor Ada Sassoll 45070 A Famous Old Weatherly Ballad-Red Seal Fiddle and I Alma Gluck-Mfrem ZimbalisL S8539 tcr four minutes of fast plaving with'any druggist or deiianmeut store, i no counters registered on ci'lher side. , Oon't suffer. Have .good feet, glad _, , . : feet, feet that never swell, never The Line-up \\nn\.. never get tired. A year's fool Lethbridge Auditorium j comfort guaranteed or money refunil- (;,ai 'ed.-Advertisement. Miss C. .Tones Miss Achison } -----==r^.~------ Point 1 HOLLAND NAMES SON "DARCY" Former Spokane Bo�er. Now In Australia, Follows Custom on me as a dared. victim," the doctor dc i Two Deaths at Pincher Creek Warming Up No time was wasted in warming up j -stanter, and all through the-.session D. Smith. He got hv without a cnm-the pace was hot with no advantage plaint. iKE GIBBON'S RKORD CURLING Challengerc Defeated The Cadillac gamo between Johnson and Hamilton, and Capt. Leech and Clark, was won easily hv the hoh'crs. The Kiltie's rink skipped by At all times previous to tho Gib-bons-Ahearn light last Tuesday, in which hp kuocKed out Ahearn, the St. Paul phantotti, had.been confident Capt. Kcccli, gave a Kond account oi ot winning, and his record shows that themselves, only losing mit to Ham- liis conridence had not Iilcii misplac- ilton by one point. The score : ed. He has never been knocked out and has been in 82 bouts during his Ilaniilton...........10 Leech ....., ring career, scoring '2;) kayos. i Johnson.............II) Clark m mm lion Dill forth was that he he named Darcy dney Holland, after the popular Ausvi-aliau boxer and Fritz's adopted heme. Pincher Creek, Feb. 2.-The death ; occurred at .Mountain .Mill on Tues- | day morning of .Mrs. Geo. Hodgskins, ! an iild and resiiectod resident. Mrs. ' Hodgskins came here al)oul -'."i years, .'igo and leaves four sons and three \ duughters. besides lier husband. The i sous are; Cleorge, Santiaga, Cal.; '. Percy K., CalLjary; .lames T., Dids-1 liury, and .lolm ot Pincher Creek. I Tlu- dnugliter.; are: Miss L. Walt-j .Mrs. II. II. I'orward, Calgary; ' .Mrs. G. Cameron, Hamilton, Ont. | 'J'lie funeral was held on Wednes- | day aftertioou to the Pincher Creek i cemcicry. l .Mrs. .folui Bucdian passed away at ', her homo, about IL' miles southeast | of town, on Tuesday, Feb. "ud, after I e.n illness of two weeks' duration. De-1 JAMES OSBORNE WILL START ALL , , , "RUNNING RACES came hero about l;i years ago' At the pieeting of the Western Canada Fairs association, held in lie- froni Bristol, Oiiebec. Besides her liusband two sons, Arthur at lilair-iiiore niul .Jack, Pincher Creek, and "Frank Gotch nrobablv will be the i first wrestter to pin the shoulders of ' gina last week, it was decided to one daughter, .Mrs. F. W. Lindsay, again secure tlic services of .lames survive. The funeral will take iilaco Osborne as starter fur the running ironi the family residence on Friday; events for thi^ circuit, but each exIii-|to tho Pinclior Creek cemetery, bition association will select its own for the harness events, also lie has scored lite following knockouts during his ring career : 1H08-Kov MoorD, three rounds. 1!I09-Oeorgo Brown, one round ; Art Godfrey, one round. l.'HO-Kid Grantly, nine rounils ; �Tack Parrcss, three rounds ; Al Hoppe, two rounds. IU11-Kid Grantly, fourteen rounds; .\rt Godfrey, five rounds ; Joe Wilson, eight rounds ; Young-Kid Broad, thirteen rounds ; Young 'Sherman, three rounds ; Krank Pioron, nine vonnds. lUri-Young Cashman, four rounds; Willie Lewis, two rounds ; Paddy La-vin, eight rounds ; Sid Burns, live rounds; Young McCarncy, two rounds. 11)18-Young Ahearn, four rounds ; Kid Wagner, nine rounds ; Marty Rowan, two rounds ; Kid I ? > >> ? > ? ; > : BIG HOCKEY MATCH , TOMORROW AFTERNOON Tho big hockoy match that ovoryone .has boon walling for comoH off Saturday uflornoon at throo o'clock on the IJattory ice: Battory vb Bankers iu ii roturn match. Everybody Is invited. " w ? ? �;�;� �;� .;. .;. .;. .j. ,j, ,;, BOWLING DOMINION ALLEYS Basement Dominion' Building Entrance on Sixth Street 10 .Too Steelier to tho iiadded canvas in ..... 9 straight fails it tho champion comes _ "Z_ back."-Farmer Bums. 20 19  This veteran physical trainer gave out tho above opinion the other day iMcNabb and TCirkham have a chall- xvhiie in Cliicago on tho v.ay to Joliot, cnge in for Saturday night, it no 'I'a- m., where he gave a lecture on physi-brr rinks come up in ijucst ot the , eal culture in the Y. .M. C. A. Burns ~ 'will tour cities of tlie middle'west, lecturing in the Y. .M. C. A. and or- the speed secretary. The iiuestion of the use of Pari- EX--PREMIER HONORED Petrograd, Fo.h. ,1,-Kmperor Nicholas, in cmiferring uiion .lean L. Gor- Cadillac trophy. Tonight's Games The club competition games for tonight will start at S p.m. and only one gaiuc on each sheet will he plav-cd. J. S. Kirkham vs N. li. I'cal. D. D. McN'abb vs L. W. Clark. 39th Battery vs Hugh Scott. .T. ;^hunoch vs C. K. Carhcrrv, Club Meeting Tonight An executive meoting will be held tonight at the rink at 7:15, to clean up a little husiiicss coiinectod with 'the games ; also allocation of Patriotic Boiispicl fund. .'V full meeting is rc(|iicsttd. & Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treat, ment Will Bo Just Like Meet" ing a Good Old Friencl. ganlzing classes. "Gotch knows too muc'.i lor Stech-or," said Burns. "He knows more than all the men Steelier has beaten put together. This Tioy Stecher is a sure coiuor and natural grapplcr, but he can't hold a candle to the lowaii- he's too young and inexperienced for one thing." Following aro some of tho reasons why Burns thinks Gotch would defeat Stecher in, a Ilnish match: "He will go after Stecher's legs and beat him at his own game, "Gotch thinks twice while his op-ponoht is thinking once and he's just as crafty as over he was. "Tho chanipiun probably is the only wrestler in tlic world who knows a good counter for Stecher's scissors and who Is able to make that counter effective. "Gotch never lets go of a danger-o.tis hold when onco he fastens the grip on an opponent. When he gets a hold like Cutler had on Stecher it will be 'curtains' for the .N'e'^raskan." , Hnvo yon tried I'yramld? If not, why don't, you? TUo trial Is freo-Just mail coupon liolow-and tlio rosult") luii.v iiinn.iso you. Otliors aro prnlslnB I'yriiuiid PUo 'rrcntuiont aa thole clollveriu*why not you? urall coupon nowor ftotaSlolKis. from anyUi'UKKlstanywlioro.Tal'.oaosuliBtltuTiO. FREE SAMPLE eoUPON PYKAMID ITOUa OOMPAnY m Pyramid liUlB., MilrBhall, MloU, Kindly sonrt nup ii Fril sample of Pyrnmid Pilo TreatinonI, la pplu wwppor. Namo.......>^>>>I iif �.......... Stroot.................\............ City.................; ijtato...... I ? ? HOCKEY ANCIENT GAME ? > ? .> .;. .;. HlSlubotham & Co., Ltd., .dvusglBt�,'lB UothbrlUeo. 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