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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tuesday, November THE DAILY HERALD The Waddington- Stuckey Co. HAY GRAIX MERCHANTS .Alfalfa. Broine and Upland Bran, Rolled and Chop'pod Grain and Potatoes in stock. Office, Johnson Blk. Phone Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 683 WONDERFUL WOMAN Fint thing in morning, eiuure for your work. Before breakfut, drink MAGI "MB? Has Sure Enough Elephant on His Hands- Philadelphia, Oct. Mack has an eiepham. .The huge monster hasn't, .caught -Connie- yet. because uonme the .last twelve hours jhas broken all records in sprinting away from the gift of. several ardent rans. The elephant, in the neighborhood of two tons, arrived, in town last night while Connie was making t0e speech" of nis life at the beHevue-Stratford. "morning, after "eating about three tons of hay during the night, 'the-brute-was per- suaded to follow a keeper to" Connie's Threw a Regulation Baseball Nearly j house.' Connie saw it first and slip- Three Hundred Feet !J3eti lh.e babk .Boston, Mass., Oct 31 Mar- 1 AS a tfae.. elegant was led (hack to the stable. There he remains ret A. Graham, 39 years old. em- j eating his head off, while Connie is as a "reele.r" in one of the Lud- j wondering what will' -become of him ii' low mills, threw a baseball 2GU feet i; ne insults his ardent admirers by re- inches, a mark 50 'feet greater than ro accept the gift. of her nearest woman rival. j Standing B, feet, 3% inches in he stocKinged feet and tipping the scale j 189 -pounds, Otiss Graham, .besides BARNEY OLDFIELD LATEST DOPE On How Jeffries Happened to be Beat- en by Johnson Page 7 nearly. a .score --of Tvorid-'s re- cords to her credit, has -likewise been I such- a marvel of physical Gives Good Reason for Racinb ainst Jack Johnson -New York, Oct- did no ib Ag- en- strength as has given her the -honor 'ter iEfo the, race against Johnson 'for of being- declared the strongest young j SOW or said Barney Oldfield, woman in the worict. to-night, "but to eliminate .from my -Hiss JJraham has smashed all the i.proression aa invader' who might worid's'records in skating for women cause me trouble in a vear or so if I trom trom one mile to ten, her world's re- him now. If Jeffries had -ordl'or a half mile in this sport being 'Bought Johnson five, years ago, -when ' spite of her. giant stature, jtDe white man was in his prime, he she -has made the one hundred yard j would not have had to return to the Qash in (in and one ofi suffer the Reno defeat. her acquatic' feats is a one-hundred- "There is no reason why Johnson swim'in snould not deveioo .into a good J Gasoline, Lubricating Oil, Carbide. Transmission Grease forfeit for a finish contest with Gotcfa SlIilTH! Jim I V U.J.VL -LJ.C2. V (J-tt-tllSCU. j Wfc ,T An.j.i..., GIN PILLS SAVED j him to try to get to the top if who. are candidates for Chance Will Keep Eye on 1911 CPU itS' Our i no i ntcr i Oct. Chance, i no restrictions on Mr. Mills, !on nn-jom- n-f Tile in Hir e for a side. 'have placed ab- for the side alone. If Mr. Gotch does not care to chance manager -oi the Chicago Nationals, will try our, ii new method of winnow-. _ "Five years was taken down iritii'ivliat'the doctors called Inflamma- tion, "of The pains in Ibiiis; -cnii- ating-, and 'the attacks, -which became more frequent, amounted to unbearable, agony. I became so weak that J could, not -walk across tns floor. MA- wife read in the .papers sibout GIN PILLS and. sent for a box. Prom the very first, I felt that GIN PILLS doing :ne good. The pain relieved at once, and the attacks less- frequent. him. I am'on my, way. to Atlanta another battle-from the American AtKomobile Association.." BRAiNS AH-HAD OF SPEED I Coach Jones- "of Ohio State, Wants the j Smart Fellows First Brains first and speed-second. Coach Howard Jones-insists that nli Ohio State men who expect to win .let- ter's this year must Have 'these- two next season's team, according to an announcement made -bv him -to-day. He will his minor league re- tae: stakeholder .in'..Buffalo. He has jDim ;full authority to arrange the.bout, and I to post the balance of the "sfde bet upon..signing articles. All we ask for is an'impartial referee and time enough to properly condition -result, Zbyszko will wrestle take all, for any- amount AW f crmts to Califgrnia, where, near Msj for -the contesL Location, winter home at. Glendora, of ,etc., up a- diamond...and watch the work of to Aeave -.eii-Lirelr, the men. So far thirteen men are scheduled to make the trip. may wish to stake, or for the-gate receipts alone, winner to take .all. If there is" anything you can do to interests, I would be. willing to send you a substantial In -sir -weeks, the .Stone in the j characteristics. The soeed'is there' T I I.XICA c, Bladder came away, "when I recall how I suffered and how nofv I am all right, but there is. some, doubt I speak forme. MILWAUKEE MAN rorfel't to arrange a match upon the. above terms. "In the meantime'., J am desirous' qfiflicap this country greatiy since Uis last appeai-ance. in Amefica, and any westler .that is' meet him for the -title.. Very mily.'.yours. "J. H. for Zbyszko." run., of, points Better than that made ier in 'The." juvenile' marrel' was" in brilliant :lonnr and t y lit LUC He can aiso.-have-the bout in; convincing followers .of wrestling in i Hoppe made the re- jtest-and fhe; score' HOPPE BREAKS RECORD j Cutlers- 382 joints, latter, York, Oct. Hoppe j ever. pJays at ai-: made a world's 18.1 billiards j lowed by at John. Doyle's, academy in his-'haa- jtotai.score, for dican match.t'ith Al-hprt- nntioi- -in Vmir-- for'1'Sou 48 GIN PILLS aresoldatsoc a for 52.50. Sent on receipt of price if dealer dees :iot handle them. Sample box free if us, taentionir.g this paper. Money back, if GIN PILLS do not give full satisfaction. National Drug and Chemical Co., unowu as "bonehea'd" plays. i declares that tne-new. rules put a prt I mium on speed. Likewise he insists they are so -coicplieszed 'that a man cannot think quick-'y is practi- In this he'is absolutely cally useless, ngnt. ethbrlclge Monumental Will Take American Fighters to Eng-jj land for Mclntosh -Milwaukee, Wis., Oct.. D. Aiclntosh, tne Australian .promoter, who is now in London, England, has written to H. 0. .Messier, of rvlilwau- Kee. appointing him as his represent- jative to secure some of the best'box-! to -appear in England this winter. -Messier has offered ,A1 Ka-jfmann a guarantee for five bouts and SO percent, of the receipts for his end.{ Should Ivaufmann accept he will hare i to meet Bill Lang. Sam JLan'gtord, Tom my Burns and Jack Johnson. Messier has offered Packey McPar- land guarantee, and 30 per cent. of ttie receipts to meet Freddy Welch aud Owen Moran. Mossier sent the foUowiug- offer to I Jf'rank Klaus at. Pi its burg: 'T "Win give you S5.000 guarantee and _-5 per cent, of'-rhe receipts for ibree Klaus is to meet Eddie Mc-i L-ooriv-, of Wis.: Tom as, of JSngiand, and one other to be! picked i -Messier has sent the following pjes- j sage to Ad Wolgast at Cadillac. Mich.: "Will -give you So.'JUtt glarameel each contest and the privilege of 30i per cent." j FATAL ACCIDENT Neil Wilson, of Wabash Football Team j Died From Injuries i St. Louis. .Mo.. OCT. Wilson j ngut hau' back of the Wabash (Tnd.J I college football team, js dead and two! others are in lured as the first toll j reformed football. All the accidents ooccurred in -mass which the ]ie'w rules are thoug-ht to have oliviaf- ea. Wilson was hurt in the game wii h St. Louis university recen-ily. The injured are: Charles Schiller. leg brok en. and J. C. Wagmen, probable con- cussion or the -brain. We will Demonstrate our lowiiig with an Eglit-Bottom Engine Gang at Letli- BUBDETT >STBEET AH orders are entrusted to competent work- mew receive prompt SBI! careful attention tent-ion. PANIC AT BOXING BOUT INJURIES MANY I l-'iit.suurg. Oct. score of per-'., sons were injured, several seriously j j tonight, when a section oi circus! i seats holding thirty spectators at n boxing- exhibition at the old ciry ball collapsed. The panic rhai followed the spreading of rumor throughout. other parts of the hall, floor! untierneaih the circus seats Jiad caved I in, was. only stopped by the presence of the rct'erep. who shouted- "Keep your seats, nobody js and Jjc ordered tht: fighters to keep on while the ambulances between Hie rersr door, of i.he bail mid 'the bos- carrying out the injured. Come and see the best Gas Engine ever put on ._-------------- _ Llm ________________________________________ A We will show you For farther Information regarding location of the tractor at work kindly call at the office or warehouse of the where an automobile will be at your service s ;