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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satin-flay, May 17, 1013 THE LETITBRIDCE DAILY HEltALD. For Health's Sake DRINK WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS the spirit that nol only gratifies ihe palale, bul satisfies the calls of nature, (n no compounded for organic disorders, ate there the same stimulating innuentei'Svd tonic virtues as are to be found in Wolfe's a distilled spirit which possetses niturtl ethers of supreme worth where ihe organs of ite body demand a tonic corrective. It clean and cleanics the and ti'dnstt of aH impurities, promo'.w healihy action and ides nature with a reserve of ilalily. And all lorm of a refreshing and pleasing drink. Coed for bo'h sexes at all times and in all climes, Obtainable at alt Hotels and Heinil Starts, Agents: Hudson's Bay Go. DOING GOOD FOR HIS FIRST ATTEMPT AT IT REOUCTION OF BOXING LICENSE INTERESTS HIM Jack Will Carry Out Hit Or- iginal Scheme For With the reduction ot.'tho license on boslns bouts hera, Jacfc 'lloheriy. pugilistic promoter ol JUlk Hlvtr, has cause to up and take nottca, Do- hetty Informed tho orer the 'phone iMa morning that ho vould tc In line with soras'.bos'lny material llj- Boon. BANKERS WERE DEFEATEO St. Andrews Their in In North Lsst Night In iccear gwne pltym last eTo i la Adims Park, North Lethbrldge St. Andrewi' eleven toot long end. at the froni Ihe Banters Tho ended 3-1. NOTICES The new Hfcht fltUer.of To- CALEDONIAN FOOTBALL CUJB taledooian football team to DvtneEs o'u Tuesday night, game to start at 6.30 sharp: Mclnljre; Ban herman and Easion; Brennau' andf Clark; JCnlghl Moore, TVun Reierves: Millar and Tennant." Al ronto International' tunru ed with Brooklyn faj- Na- tional Baseball Commission today pro- nounced Player John G; Kling in good standing "without the Imposition otr a penally. This n-as done on lils're- jfresentattoa fiat his failure to report to the flostoa club the National lea gne for eorvice iluring the season 1913. was due to a determination to Kite all of his time and attention to his buBinesB interests at Kansas Qity r MARK Never apologize for needing a a Gillette ana have one every morning. The Gillette Safety Razor makes shaving so easy that you never feel like putting it so quick that you can always spare the time (it takes but three so comfortable .that you will wonder how you ever put up -with any other razor. fevtry Sat Includes 12 Blade's (24 ol Ihe Keenest edges ever made.) Standard EdllloTu to StU up, GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO, OF CANADA, LIMITED, He has tot forth thai when choice fcas'tyleu finally for all the would-be champions who made applUiillon ami ucdergor.c tKbpeil'on, the chosen will UVQ la closer years, no-'will lio clothed, and ps.ld and all Hisi to re- ot him will be to pay evrlct atlenUcn to tte man employed to the science ol ringtcansblp and ailhsre strictly to ifce tenets of Ihlng, BaVifrr ihat ihe hunt for will call for all the i villi. JJe set- dlsappoinlnicnts, anj ade nlnd not to be discour- sed or turceii' aside from' hia pur- Ho'faeUeTes that even if h? has car- ed a recruit oloujs to a certain point mo flaw will develop that sue- be advisaWlity of ca'ling a halt enniug tlie back to the TOT the shearfog sheds or where- 'er bo came from. wlilch case "Sno-sy" 9illl grali ndtber package of raw material over again. He la deter- lined; to find the man he Is after or According to news hrnnsht by a ent'inall there was a couple of hun-' red applications for the Job after one orith of pul-licHy. I The champions ranged (n ge from IS to 28 years and weighed 11 the way from JSO to 230 pounds. ;It- may be.ihEt Batcr htcome larmed at the dimensions Ms scheme as assumed, but he appears to think lit ht a thorougli graEp of tho ituattcm and that he wil! lie able to ft a ol stalwarts if pcc-ssary and locateflho most prom- ling iuan in the h'jnch. -to Bay, It Is a dearth of ood material in Aus- ralia tbatvhVs IifpeUed to'th'is ourse. It remains to tia Ken wbai ill come ot the scheme. Some old- imc traiiicrs will tell you that chatri- are born, not made, but whether tiey are bora or made, Bafeer feels' bat they must be advertised for. 'Apart from isrliat the scouring of be highways nud byways of Aus- ralla may brief: forth, Uator lias bree ex-amate'jr heavyweights In pro- fas of devetopment Just novr. These ite Gordon Coshlll, former amateur iBUvywelght ot Australia; Albert Poo- ey and Harold Ercers. The last nam- ed la a West Australian who was uti- icd by the American colored png- llst, Sam McVca, during a tour erf the voslcrn country. MoVea made _a pu- ill of Ewers and coached Wm aloag. stands G fept Z and 5a spc of as a fellow of InSntte promise. Cogblll won his spura recently by defeating Syd o[ New Zealand, a nephew of the veteran Boh rtroipoas. The two heavlea ,n the first ot a aeries of elimination jontft at the Rusbcutters Bay Stadium n Sydney, and FItzsImmons cnbcked out in tie fourth round. FiU- Elmraons waa put down twice In the third round, and although he battled plucJflly. was so palpably marked for defeat in tho followi-ng round that his seconds threw up the eponge. BWJCI PiTKE UNITED GBANBY, r.q. It Going To Be The Most Popular Cigar In Alberta ECAUSE it Is made expressly for men like YOU. Men who appreciate the mellow flavor of choice Cuban tobacco. Men who like a good looking generous sised cigar. Meu who smoke great deal and want a light, mild cigar. "Florde Claro" meets each of these requirements. Its fascinating taste its delightful flavor its lightness and IB me Ask have made "Flor de Claro" a cigar that pleases the popular taste. Just try one and see. M I'ccfevra Ut ia Iheat'h. If yyi ti. ll tojourrfelt a 3d he icdtera it ia muster suit- able nine for (ha occasion. -kferottn his suit for .iRlary against th SL Louis yesterday, aaid toda; that he conaltScring the advtsa blllty of egalnst the eight clubs forming {he American lea- gue for pTeveEtlng O'Connor from ob- taining in that associa- tion after his discharge by President HeOffes ot the Let the greatest tailoring organization in. Canada mak.e your. Suits to orders When Fit-Reform makes" your Suits to measure, they arc madfi to your order and exadtly as you order., We have the designers to carry out your ideas as to style. We have the tailors to make up every garment just as you specify. You are the one xvho will the suits.' You, and you alone, arc the one to bo pleased. In the matter the variety of the general .excellence which comes surely realize the dealing with the largo house instead of a small one. If you appreciate such a tervico" n Fit-Kdbr.m_effers. Irt usjake your measure for your new suits. 277 THE TWO KNIGHTS !N THE FAMILY Sir WIHhm Osier, the noted surgeon, and'his Edmund Oiler, who entertaining Sir William at hli hoire In Toronto.' Sir William Just IjnlsXed a Itcturt tour of tht SUUi, and dill tson U Ertgltnil, McKelvie McGuke ;