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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THF DAILY HKB.UD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1920 pnpsey-Carpentier Bout I Fixed For Period Next Year W: Between May 29 and July 4 NEW YORK, N6v. Dempsey, world's heavyweight boxing 'and Georges Carpenlier, European titleholder, 'signed a contract here today bind- ing them to meet next March or between May 29 and July 4, to de- cide the championship of the Vorld, The agreement which has 27 clauses, calls for a bout of from 10 to 15 rounds to be fought In the United States, Canada, Mexico or Cuba. "Where contests of this character are permitted by law." With the signing of the formal contract, Jack Kearns, as manag- er of Dempsey, and Francois Det- champj, acting for Carpentler, de- posited SM.OCO as earnest of their Intention to make good by produc- Ing their principals at the time and place wblcli shall later. definitely fixed. Under the terms of today's com- pact ths halfTnllllon dollar prlie prize money will be divided 24 hours before the contest, Demp- sey' receiving and Car- pentier tAPTAIN IN TURKEY; WIFE .DIES IN NEW YORK MEW YOHK, Oct. 2S (By Cana- dian' Capt. James W. Xew York from CoiiBtaniinopUj early 'in December, he will learn ,of tho death of lib .-wife, Ida M. Ford, who died in the Homeopathic Hospital, Newark, early this mouth. His wife made a last renucst that her. husband tie iiul iiutifieu uf her dcccs-G until ship returns to New York harbor. :llis ship .was in Constantinople at the time 'He would be nerious andjiot a good Is the reason shfgave PRESIDENT WILSON IS GOOD SPORT WASHINGTON, Nov. President today direct- ed Secretary Daniels to place n battleship (it the disposal ot President-elect Harding for his contenipUted visit to the Pan- aiua. canal zone. The president-also instruct- ed Mr. Daniels to otter Mr. Harding the use of the presl- deutlal yacht Mayflower to convey him and the members ot his party to Hampton Roads to go aboard the battleship. c- o c> why? A man at' sixty years of age is either a failure __ BEECHAMS- ____ :been made for sixty i and.have the largest sale of an; the world! _ A1 Urianimously Renominated For Legislature By Cran- brook-Liberals MRS. LAJJRA of Peoria, III, who says she. be- lieyss she.j'S: the on earth since Tanlac so complete ly restored her health, Regains SO pounds which she lost during a period of ill health which lasted eleven long years. .-f.....1 to The Herald) CftANDROOK, B. C., Nov. At tha lurgtibl'isallierliig ot Ilia Liberals ever assembled In East Kootenay with accredited' delegates In attendance from every corner of the riding, Hon Dr. Kin? was the unanimous choice of jCranbrook Liberals In open convention last evening. No other name came, before the convention. The doctor's entrance Into the con- ventlpn.followlng his selection to carry the.Liberal colors, was greeted by the singing of "kcVa Jolly good fellow." He was in One form and delivered fighting speech, feeling confident.of success at the' polls, on December 1st. Following-the nomination convention, a mass meeting.was addressed in the Auditorium theatre by Premier Oliv- er and Hon Dr King. At eight o'clock every, seat in the building was bccnpied with stafiding'TOom on the ground floor, at a premium. For two hours 'premier Oliver held an aud- ience, largelv composed of ladies enunciating the policy of the Liberal SaYfy' 6r-Brllisn Colombia.. During address he made a def luite.statement concerning government control of it would be! necessary, to apply, to the'Dominion government for legislation. Under which the provincial .government would have.effective authority to con- rol the source, of supply. Canada Still the Bigf Game Hunter's Paradise ALBERT WHITE, PEER _ _ Albert Sod a party of Mity Indiana boaters fro" Fort' WayM to the Me tara Mctloe o oms.' Then an moose, earl- bob, deer and Mack bear in Ontario, New Brhimriek and Nova Scotia, .and IB tbe Canadian Rockies Uiere are mountain and goats, grizily, brown and black bear, moose, caribou, deer, wrtreriaei and tain lions. Tie boll m NewBnjUBwlek nf tbilr rfin, ani a OOOM Un kuzter wtil gin ktn all the thrills he waati. Is ike Caaadtan "Old Sllrtr tie iolltary (TixxTf, down pert Vinter kibwn how to stop him before he too near Two ot the prized heads to be procured la the Canadian ire Uune of the :tnountalB and roountaln Both afi wary and but the huater wilfc food lees and good wind can rel at them. A farorite iport in the Canadlu Peckies, sad pirtScolai-ly li Banff and Ticinlty, is hunting big pune with the which no are involved, as hunting with' rifles It forbidden In the Na- Park. Bit frame animals IB the woods I along the trails and roads, and often tike to stand on some ledge of rock or vrpaloent place to observe pumers-by. ;V; la Uw aoolortcal garden ted in the park at Bans tHere are TarieUes of wild anlfnals aralt- aWe for photographers. Some ol the most treatnfed momentoes of the Canadian Pacific Rockies brought away by Tlsitors are snapsbo'ts of rameanlmala, believe I am tho happiest woman in.tho .world, and It is all because ot Tanlao has done for said lira, Laura Rarlck, 403 Jlcidroth St., Peorla, 111., a-well-known and highly Respected resident of that city. "I never-dreamed that I would ever find anything that would dp for me Tanlac has she said. "I in a wretched state of health and Sown In bed so long that- I lost fifty pounds in weight, but 1 have gained back every pound I lost and 1 TIOW fed an well as I over did In my 5ifo. Tho Indigestion and .olhcr trouhles that, made life a hurden for eleven years have cinlirely disap- peared and I nm like a new woman." "My stomach was so disordered that even foods and plain water caused me to have dreadful cramping spells lliat lasted for hours. My kid- rieya. wero disordered and 1 had across my hack almost constantly.-I had severe headaches nearly every day and became so dizzy 1 could hard- ly stand. I was so nervous it v.-an Impossible for.mo .to- get a good Jilsht'a sleep. I tried every concclv- i abla mfdlcino and was treated by hut nothing helped me, Bind finally 1 was told I would never be well again. -Tanlac has made me a per- well woman in every way. 1 can now cat ami sleep like other IxSople and I haven't a pain nbout rno. "I am glad (0 give' this stntRmcnt, j fgr.f want to ilo all I can to let. Mio world know about this wonderful medicine VTanlan is sold In Lelhbrldge .T. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Llmlled, Drug- Sore Tfiroat, Golds QuicWy Ralfived WbmrdOU Oil Is i and effective triatmint for sort throat .and chest colds.. Used as a gargle for sore throat it brings quick relief. Rubbed on the chest it will often loosen up a hard, deep seated cold in one night How often sprains, bruises, cuts tnd burns every family, as weir as little troubles like earache, toothache, cold sores, canker sores, stiff -.fiect, and tired aching feet Soothing hiealing Wirard Oil will al- waVs brinff quick relief. 'Gel it from druggists for 30 cents. I! not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver little pink 30 Guaranteed. WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE May.Pus Critical Period Siftly Comfortably by Tikii; Pialdiam'j Compound. Mrs. Craigen, an Esteemed Resident of the North Side, Passes Away Alter a long lllneis, M D. Craigen died in Lcthhridge With er husband and- one daughter she ved at 715 17th St N The funeral IH take place Saturday afternoon at o'clock from the above address to the public cemetery. Mrs. Craigen was-fifty-three years f age and la h'er hua- and, who with John 'The family as been In -this city for the past Ine yeara. A son, Robert, IB also mployed at the ahote bakery. Two Charles and oyer- eaa and mi their Char- ey went with the Janes with the 31st. Tflro married; daugh- ers also survive. Regins, "I ing through Change of Life and suffered for two yeaiflwUbheadaclie, nervousness, sleep- less nigh til and'gen- eral weak ness. Somo days i felt tired and unfit to do my work. 1 rave Lydia B. I'inkham's Vege- table Compound a trial and found gooc results, and I also find it Spring tonic and use- .__________. __ful for constipation from which I suffer much. I have rec- ommended Vegetable Compound to sev- eral friends, and am willing you shoul< imbllsh MARTHA W. LIND- SAY. 810 Robinson St., Re'gina, SasV. It you have warning symptoms such as a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, backache, dread of impend- He pvil, timidity, sounds in the cam. ude, anil dizziness, get a bottle of f.ydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound am begin taKinfc Ihc nwiiicine at once. We know it win hclv you as it did Lindsay, WILL INCORPORATE BOOZE WAS SEIZED IN TEAKETTLES AND BARRELS NEW YORKHNov seven a result of geiz of llaudr if? every variety of ri? ceptacle from a barrel to a tea ket- tle, made yesterday by sqnadE ot pro; txibition enforcement ofScera, "who swarmed over following the circulation of reports that an im- .been operating In the city for several months, amassing millions'- of dol- lars" i At the same time, announcement came from federal courts'ln Brook- lyn that jail, sentences'Instead of fines would be imposed on violators Volstead kcl. JUDGMENT RESERVED BRANTFORO, Nov. United 'armers of Ontario clubs ot. the fed- :ral riding haveidecided to orm ah Incorporate election iiirposes. SASKATCHEWAN PIONEER. DEAD REOINA, Nov. G. Sahl- mark, pioni-er of tha provln'ce and 'ather of Dr. O. Sahlmark.iM. U A., for Sallcoats, riled aged 75 years. LAST SURVIVOR O F MORMON BATTALION OF. MB DIES AT M SALT Mowref, ST.', agcd'98, declared to he the last living survivor of tha Mormon battalion, com- josed-entirely of bellovers In tho Mormon faith, which served under the American flag during the Mexican war in 1946, died at hla home In Vernal. Utah, Wednesday, according to word received here. The Mormon battalion, of which Mr. Mowrey waa a member, is credited with having made tho longest march of a.ny Infantry organization In Ameri- can history, from Fe, N. M. IN ALBERTA CASE 5-In tfco supreme 'court yesterday ed in the appeal of Canadian Northern Alberta Gas company versus .the at- torney-general of Alberta. The argument then proceeded In the case of B. D. arid Railway company versus Hulcahey. It Is an appeal from the appellate division of the supreme court of Alberta reserving the judgment of the trial'judge run maintaining the respondent's action awarding him damages to the amonni of J8.500 tor personal Injuries.' Judgment was reserved. VOTES FOR ITS SEPARATE SCHOOLS DETROIT, Mich., NOT. pro- posed amendment to the state const! tulion that In abolls! parochial nnd private schools in. Mlchl gan, was decisively defeated at Tnes dajfs election. Returns :from precincts, including pr'aitically fiom plete figures from all the pppulou counties of the state, gave 'against the amendment and in favor of H. V MONTREAL, NOV. sugar refiners are' today quotin sugar at 1514 cents a pound, which I a'cent cheaper than ye stenl ay's' price A large local wholesaler stated toda that refiners should have "reduce prices sooner. Calculating the cos )f replacing raw supplies by impo on from Cuba, taking the price o raw at allowing lor the pay ment of the same rate of exchanj as In the United States in order I .nduce' Cuba .to ship to Canada an Tor duty and freight, he estimate that the refiners could secure au" plies in Montreal for about'f 10.44. The spread ill the .United State was not over three cents, the who] Baler pointed out, and at that ra Canadian refineries should he su plying.sugar at over Instead of that the spread here WE from four tbislx cents. He said tt sugar had not been sold on a fa basis at that rate. Until such tlm as sugar, was reduced by the refine to th6 basis on which the supplies' raw could'be replaced, tho sugar ma ket here would remain unsettled, this merchant's opinion. ZaiieGrey's Duane To Life Mix swimming across a lake on spots out of a ten anil deuco of hearts with a gun held Lu hand. A Rouiiig a whoiu band of cattle rust- lers lift r a desperate struggle.-. A [or life on a two-foot ledge a thousand test in the atr. Roping anil branding of wild cattlo ranch life scenes. The Champion Cowboy "Uouieo" ot AmbrU-a. Sea Tom Mix In "Treat 'Era Rough" today and tomorrow. A capacity house saw the first p owing ot William FUrnum In "Tlie I st of the Duanes" at tho ealre yesterday.. This production, ith the famous William Fox star, a ptcturlzation of Zane Grey's jvel of tho same name with scenes Id in Texas'In tho days of border utlawry.. Mr; Farnuui neverj .has en seen to better advantage In.a estern character role than in his ortrayal ".of Biick Duane, sou of a udlst. :Thls- young TexaB refuses fight .until forced to kill a'man In It-defense. Ho then Is un outlaw through the: lova ot a girl, ho ceives pardon on 'condition that e help clean up; a .leading band of attle thieves and bandits. He does and earns both the pardon and the rl. This Is one of the few western plc- ires shown on the screen that has really find dramatic plot. One of tho most exciting and. inter- sting pictures ever shown Is also on he bill. H Is that ot "The Alligator which the hunter, quite into tho water after ;s Quarry-' and with ha'ro ha nil s ackles the "alligator" In his uatlvo the battle to an selling and triumphant finish. One of the-best comedies of the eason, together with Mutt and Jeff, dds to the enjoyment ot the show, .which they- proved to be genuine augh-makers. Taking the show as whole, It is by, far the host Been in jethbrldge, for some mouths. AUGHtkG FESTIVAL AT COLONIAL THIS WEEK END In addition to the popular Country tore Vodvii Nile whicli.witl.be stag- d at the" Colonial .the ail- :ar gala comedy show'will he pre ented exactly as advertised. On the great comedy show will be ecn many novel features. "Jiggs anc Socia'l Iho latest of the unny '.'Bringing .Up les will start; the fun.. Then o'me Lyons and Moraii In'.'.lnolr. spe lal five act feature jCqmedy "La La jUcille.'-V Jolly fiimuslcal .comedy lore laughs i will follow In "Rubes nd Vitagraph specln xjniedy with Joe Hock and Earl Hlont ornery, and then the how will be added De'mpsey "Daredevil Jack." This is; without i n.uostion one of the greatest shows the Colonial has ever 'ffered, and should; rock the town with laughter today and Saturday. BIG THBILLING'SCENES' AT THE PHOENIX Bulldogging a wild steer. The first :ime any human being ever at- :empted this stunt .for. the .screen. Wild ride of cowhby, who jumps rom horse onto back of wild steer, eadlng -stampede of cattle, .browing1.the animal, dividing herd and saying girl from being trampled :o di'ath.-' An actual scene fors; prfldu ced: This Is called bull- dogging. Sensational round-up of cattlo floC' ing on ;open plain from big prairie fire Tom Mix hurtling, down n steep mountain side In a horseless wagon, crashing into a cattle thieves' den. EMPRESS Today Tomorrow GROWN PEOPLE; IN 'ALBERTA'KNOW NOT ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDMONTOX, Alia..' Nov.' there are adults In province of Alberta who cannot apeak the Eng- lish language and a great many' moro who cannot read, waa the statement of 3. Morgan, supervisor o! schools among the new an ad- dress before (ho Northern Alberta Teachers' association today. Alex. Oroumsa, employed on n' scow, (n some 'manner lost his bal-j ance and was drowned in tho St. Clalr river at Sarnis. 'f 'tt bIQ AUTO IS CLOSING DOWN TOLEDO, 0., Nov. nonncemcnt was made hero to- the Willys-Ovdrland Automobile plan'., nominally employing around work1 bo -shut down torgor- row for Inventory and will re- ff mMo closed for an Indefinite ft perlrfrl. I want what I Want when I want it- and thats POST TOASTIES any old time Quaker Jam Is .It isO made from freshly -picked, ripe strawberries, cooked with cane sugar, while the berries are still full of flavrtr. QUAKER BRAND STRAWBERRY JAM is delicious in its clean, healthy, fresh, fruity' taste. The natural tonic put in by the sunshine and good soil is a body and nerve builder. EAT IT DAILY Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B, C. In Zane-CIrey's greatest novel of wcslern life, "THE LAST OF THEDUANES" Vosltlvcly tho "beat" Vrinuim picture over mnile. A fast, snappy Clirlstlo Com- eily, "CUPID'S MUTT A and tractions! The hlggcsl and best show In tho city, SATURpAY Children's Matinee, 2 to 5 p.m. FIVE .6ENTS HOME OF 100 PER CENT. SETTER PHOTOPLAYS Phoenix REST OF WEEK BULLDOG0NG? DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT MEANS? .SEE TOM IX The man who never fakes. IN "TREAT 'EM ROUGH" A William Fox Play. TOMQHT Country Store 1st 45.00 in cash. .Scores of other -fine prizes, and a big time for everybody. TQDAY AND" SAT. A Gala AM Comedy Show That iWltf Rock the Town With tauSnter. -V cV Eddie Lyons and LeeMoran In their firsfhlg FIVE.ACT all feature comedy n A chuckling, giggling, Jolly, rib tickling, nlmuslcal comedy that will mafco yo.u: laugh' until you cry, ,j Hemember, It's in FIVE BIG LAUGHING ACTS. EARL MONTGOMERY and JOE ROCK Vlfagraph's great comedians. In their two-reel "RUBES AND: ROBBERS" AND TO THRILL YOU JACK DEMPSEY in "DAREDEVIL JACK" Nevsr a Laughing: Show; Like This Adults 40 cents. .Children 15 cents. Mat. for Kiddles, 10 cents. (Candy for Every KWdle.) GALA'ALL COMEDY S'NOW TODAY AND SATURDAY ;