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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT VI IE I.KTUBHIOO.E DAILY HEIULTJ MONDAY. JUNE 30, 1919 (M and Demiisey JS-.500. Has Followers iuo men step Into, the ring on frlnvt, each a bit follow- iae at hi Is to juulskwst tai All Previous Gate Receipts promctsrs talk of Fade Into the tell for bis mendons Intent in Bout pajullsts, tlOO.WO of Mhlch Is j to WUlanl. win. loss or drsw, tat eionnous amount of cash, which wll! 150TH MEN HAVE MANY FOLLOWERS TOLEDO, Jose the Kaasis siiat. -sill delecd Sis title of world's tistlo cian- pion ajalnst tho challenger, Jack Itempsey, of Utah, harg.ueit Friday afurnoon. Boti end as handled In connection with the '15 bout dwirta til previous ring' sis Into financial oblivion.- Thai from tie isJe of Uekett tad) one million mark which wonld ths rtcaipts-of .previous have been earnestly training in tall s hat Ictt anjtMng untrUi or nnioni in order to UrnstK lato tie best possible condition for tna en- counter, tha outcome of wtich will moan ?o much to the Ttctor. By win- ning from Jack Johnson at Hsvrmaa, Cuba lour years ago, WUlird wns pieced in a position to bttin up an Immense fortune Md thould Dempssy capture the title it no telling how mncn trealth he mar so- cumulate in these days cl high rina rls anj Bill being thi but ot tbem ly finished In the, opening round, in addition to, the Ihreo mentioned pug- TaaM who nlr Wi tHto. Utltl ilists, Dsauejr scored kuortoutt on il als look very small Iri comparison. Only Some have been made In the conditions governing the bout the original articles were sliced, the mral Important being the Uniting of, IBS contMi to roaads and the reduction of the slia of the ring to twenty test tg.uare Originally Ice men to havt gone twenty or more rounds and the Intsnt'.on wis to have a relation J4 foot ring. Otherwise the agreement standl as signed by Hlckard. Willard and Demfsey, each being entitled to a'third of thff moving picture priv- ileges. Willard ls_guaraateed llMt JJi'-Wf Will With effective Wow. liuy of taenv tlM clilm that has Esver hit a human twins with the full force ct whtch alt frame Ii capable: It Is taH that once during hla" preparation (or a previous con- test Wtllanl lost his temper on being stuns by'the Slow ct a sparring part- ner. Then tie bli fellow landed a vicious swing natch rwept his oppon- ent and one ot the ruig posis to a spot several yarJi away from the rtos- slde anil that tho pirtosr needed med- ical attention for rneoy after- irJ. And So Hat-Dempssy Deapaey's friends, snd they are (Nnlidently ttlte that no man, jweter big' stui Birony. can vwlth- i stand the Impact ol full weight [nook or swing from either 'of Jack's fists. They look for a Quick ending lo contest with Derripaey a win of Mtn W1LLA.RD MMfTBEV 250 Ibs, IK Ibs. S'tt Helfht H In SI In. JStn. U il In. 3S 1C. lay that can land on as eltectlnly as b) did on Fred Fulton's Itit year f :.ay on fesrlesEneai in eonjnnctlon with hta lt 15 In. 9 la. 16 In. 14 In. Reich Choi (normal Chest (eipanjcd Ncci Waist Tblsh Calf AnVlu lliccps Foresrm Arburkle. Mountain Llr.d- ajr, Coalhurst; H. Rusroe. HalUrt; [eruian Steen, llarma; Johl S 18 In 12 in (5 In. HIa.1 33 la.1 2J la. ISiu. 3 In. la. It lit. Sin. SHIPBUILDING ON CLYDE LONDON', June Thero was a great growth to ship- building on the Clyde, during the month ot June. 'vessels with on aggregate toapajo of 84.746 were bollt, making the output for the 139 and tonnifo There la a scarcity ol naw work pw- Inf to unjottlld cosdllloot, only How often has sn attack of indigestion interfered with your work or spoiled your pleasure? Good health is mostly a. matter of sound digestion. you are troubled by flatulence, sour eructations, sick headache, biliousness or constipation, take .Beech- am's Pills. They quickly and effectively correct digestive disturbances, stimulate the nrpply of gastric juke and Tone thfe Stomach Sell by dnfijitte rLrpnshoirt tin world. La 251. heary iltllnc power. x Dtaipiey't youth alto Is ofit o! tht i tdheranti adrance at a 4e-1 factor In hit faTor M Dempsey ii 34 yean old. There are contllct- IDX stateroents at to Willard's exact but is It the general tellef that the Kansan passed the forty year mark. Dtmpsty Has fought Often Dempsey has taken part in many ring contests during tie. last four yeafe white Willard has fought only twice within that period. Jess won the championship from Johnson at Cuba, in April'1915. That battle lasted twenty-six rounds. Just 'sleveii months later W'Uard met Mo.ran for' ten rounds at the I Madison Srycare Garden, New York. Icls v-15 a no decision contest but Mcnui was so far outclassed occasion was no question as to Willard's bavins won decisively. Since that time Marca 25, 1916, Wil- lard has not defended his title. Thous- ands of fistic patrons believe that this protracted absence from fightiuR has haa the US champion's abilities while Demn- having been in the ring alriiost canstantly will he In much better con- dition.- 13 Kayoes Out of 1.6 Dempsey fought siiteen ring tattles last year-and scored-thirteen knock- outs. One of these, with Arthur Pel-1 outs. One of these, with Arthur Pel-j key at TXinTer, 15 rounds; "two I H of them ended in the siith, Car! Mor- contraction beiui 10 cargo boats ot toaaate. JOYFUL EATING LJnlMi your food U directed with- out the aftermath ol puinful acidity. the Joy U taken out of both citing and living- RM101D5 us wonderful m help to the stomach Of'er -acidity. Pleaeant lo ifrtie! prompt and definite. MADE BY SCOTT i BOWNE COLLAR J1FTTffJWXNKCa a following the succetuful can- at first clasa mining ezamlua- tloni ou May and 9, 1919: W. B. HethorlnEton, Calgarr; Thorn- AH Brown, fMuionton; monton; J. J. Mclntyre, Koswlalo; M. Cranatortv Kdraootcn; T. McOuclile, Caleary; G. Heeley, Gdmoaton; R. I. Watson, Mountain Park; Thomas France, NordesE. csful candidates at second class were: F. J. II. Turn er, Coalhurst; SI. B. Embree. Erans tmrg; J. Nordegg; J. A Sandlno, Hlllcrest; O. W. Fembieton Svansburg; I-'. Scarplno, Fernle. B. C.; William Adlam, Ilillcresi; W. R. Kerr N'orUegg; J. Murrasv, Coalhurst Thomas Badhani; Coleman; RlcharJ Hedjes. Beverley; John Glrens. 1'ocn hontfta; Ashman, Calgary; J. M Stratton. Taber; P. Hutchison, Dank head; D. 0: Roberts, Wayne; R Holmes, C.oleman; Thomas Carr, Nau ton; C. W. Taylor, Mountain -Park W. T. Kdmonton; SIcCtilloch, Coleman; tt. S. Duncan Wayne; B. Ball, -Michel, B.C.; J i Drumheller; Vfj W. Clarkstone, 'ernle, B.C.; D. Jones, Coalhurst; C. rhomason, Coleman; J. Balnbridge, iledfclna Hat; Richard Jiartln, Taber; B.N Carlwrlght, Luadbreck; J. W. Makin, Htllcrest; J. M. Walkins, Tab- er; J. P. Brown, Edmonton; W. E. Williams, Beverly; T. .Thompson, Coleman; T; Mossey, Lothurlflga: E. Marsh, Taber; J. Causield, Coal Creek, B. C. N Successful candidates for third class certificates1 examinations held during the months bfiApril and 1919, were: P. WJHIcy, neilcvue; G. McQueen, Nordegg; A. J. Briggs, Calgary; P. G. Scott. Big Valley; James .Lindsay, Coalhurst; T. ,O. Evans, A. James, A. BirsetNCoal- j hurst; A, Thompson', "Aerial; J. JIc-! Pherson', Coalhurst; T. Dupen, Ed- raonton; J. lllgnty, Coalhurst; J. MH- ler, Aerial; J. McDicken, Coleman; J. Hunter, Edmonton; J, Chalmers, Ed- monton; T. Sheerness; J. Lee, No'niegg; Jones. Nordegg; T. Gordon, Clover Bar; J. T. Hopkins, j Coloraan; E. Richards. Drumheller; 1 A. Bali; Natal, B. C.; E. Heyes, Natal, T5. C. i J. Brennan, 13. Fisher, Bellevuo; P. ,Thackray, Tab- er; H. France, Nordegg; F. Brpivn, Coal Creek, B. C.; J. Holllngson, Left- bridge: J. Darles, Coleman; T. Camn- bell, LoTeft-.. R. McFegan, Brule Mines; R. Eccleston, Bellevue; J. Ullcnit; -W. PTMMU, Bnlo Oi. IllUWOB, CktBttHi; U 8. P. -A. Drmle M. Taylor, Mouatttn Park; Yaaer, oseilnle; Thomajj. On, 1. ChamUn, J taonwtil cud (date for afne sur- tw c-iamluatkm held IMk, snn: m. O. tUU. Cetaau; W. 0. itowr; J. H. Tii A. p; H. OMktrat. Plcton at Hotpltal, The Safety Cross" on Tablets Means Genuine Are'Not Aspirin ait Wl! i __ T.- "Bayer" Now Made in German Rights Purchased from ITS. Government v Your druggist glldiy will give you the genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" .because genuine Aspirin noivjis nude by Canadians and. owned by a Cana- dian Corporation. Jhere is hot a cent's worth' of-Ger- buitntu. this dis- covery you oan now (rt to more thin before from your tires and at only His tht Oirtti. Half-Sole Tire been thoroughly proven out In tervlca? by MORE THAW WDfXD MOTORISTS and of largest hujineM houtei Iri the cowtry, vvho will tell you Ihil the Gates Hair'Solt Tfra CUT THEIR EXPENSE accounts more than any other development In the automobile ft-ild vttthin tha ten yeari. the. Half-Sole Tires guaranteeal A, Yos. They are delivered to 'you under a guarantee than the now On your car. v acfvcntaga IB .there In having a tire 20% ovenlzel A. Every motorist w'no oVfcrtlre x knowt that they rlrfe. much that they make the car look better and that they will greatly outwear the smaller Q. How much protection' will Qafea Tlret give'agalntt puncture? 'V Practically They are GUARANTEED PUNCTURE-PROOF, mllet, what mlleigt do moit.iiMrt get out of Tires? aiyerage motoriit will get from to BflOO niliei, but we havi 'recirdf of a great hpijsss -and owners reguliMy getting frcm' to The Answer any other Tint" on the i-rrmrfctt? 'The Hilf-lole. Tin Vai been rtjlttertd and full protection It grven throujh Patent particular doet the Gates Half-Sole Tire hsvs.ssw ire PUNCTURE-PROOF, '20% OVER- SIZE, arid "till COST YQU ONLY ONE-HALF .AS MUCH at ordinary llrif. are GatecHalf-Sole Tires now being I Arrln over American cities In every stile in'tilt Union. the prlnolpal users of Gates-Half- Sole Tlrej? Isrge mercantile and .business, houses with big fleets of cars were the first to recog- nize the saving the Gates Half-Sole Tires made possible, but they were closely followed by business men In the larger cities, and within the past year more than momists have grasped this opportunity to CUT THEIR TIRE EXPENSE IN HALF, f Q.-'Where can 1 get Gatei Tires? ire now ovfl? Half-Sole Tire service stations In the United Stain. These stations are fully equipped for rendering service to our customers, and at every one of thtie stations you will find a trained expert ready to tike cart of your tire problemt. there my for dt-monitrjtinfl or applying Hilf-Solt Tlrei? When you go to Oatet' Htlf-Solt 'Tlrt KrvTce station, a trained expert Wll] antwer any thtt-you mty have to aet< in regard to the tire and no charge will be made and no obligation will exist. Gates Half-Sole Tires COST ONLV ONE-HALF AS MUCH, and still thcy'are. covered by s.brisd. er guarantee than any other tiro on the market. WE Express Some Letters from Files of Denver Serrke Statioi "Gates Rubber Company, "Denver, Colorado. i _ N' _ "One year ago this montrfl had my auto (a Forcl runabout) equipped with your Half-Soles. One of'those Half-Soles ran another nearly 14x 000. One rear one vvas replaced on New Year's Day ajfer miles, dnd'the fourth one is still goiing, but replacement ynth ovei 000 miles to its credit. i "I merely mention the above as it-may beiihteresting to you. I believe your Tires are the nearest to lire perfection .that reached yet. "Very truly Denver, Colo. f the four tires you fixed up forme,