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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1911J TUB DAILY' HERAL0 -PAGE THBEE' MUTUAL Life Insurance Company ALL THE ASSETS are the SOLE PROPERTY of the POLICYHOLDERS. "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. REIIS ON 1 SIDE BOXING IN ALBERTA Good Argument Advanced by Edmonton Paper in Favcr of Professional Milling Can't Fgure It Out Far 'be It from us to POEO as ;t lit- er Jiry critic, but we can't help notic- ing tliis one. who A certain story writer, on tales of. adventure, l.u trip features. In j some'gooil amateur mil wielding. it is callfiil good amateur Iwx- Jius ti stop- in a current publication, writing (lie. chapter describing (he hunt he' starts off "Duns! IJang! Now, what "we want to know is, where.did the hero get hold of a three-tbarrellel gun? v A Straight Tip from St. Louis .Out .in. St. Louis, where they play :i lot more soccer thau the? do in "Alherta occupies an isolated jiosi- tion on the boxing map 'of-Canada. ]H is the only province in the whole Dominion where the lop-no tclici's in the not .says the' Journal. The Journal goes on "As a balm to the starved appetites ol patrons of the game Edmonton, through the energy bi Louis Sealer, now and then gets :i chance to view ing, everything that can be said its favor has been said. It is more on ;i pur with good pro .boxing than an ox is on la par with a fifty h.p. roadster as a. means of. trans- portation. that there is any disposition to belittle what, the amateurs are I .j TORONTO HOCKEY CLUB OWNER MAKES REPRISAL i___________ Toronio, Ont., Nov. J.LivingsUmc, owner of tlie To- rontos of tlie National Hockey Association, has telegraphed offers to tiie following players in the Pacific Const Hockey Association: "Hob" Genge, a husky de- fence player, with Victorian; Micky 'McKay, Lloyd Cook, Han .McDonald, Eddie Oat man, Livingstone partly confirmed statement that there will lie only one N.I1.A. club in To- ronto this season. "It is better to have one good team and stand a chance of making lie added. .j. Lethbridge or any other city AI- doing here. Sealer started out with bc-rta, the'-'-are starting a movement nothing in the of material and to number the players, and issue pro- lin I'00 grammes bearing the naines of the different performers witirtboir num- bers, as is now done in hockey, rugby football and most other sports where the players are massed ,rathcr than Jf this proposition works in St. Louis it oug bridge, too. lit to work in Letli- be 1ms graduated a dozen or more performers who arc capable of liohl- ing their own with amateurs any- where. A few of. them may some day loom up on ilia pugilistic horiz- on, but, no matter how prejudiced one might be in their favor, it would be foolish to contend that they are championship calibre at this writing. There Is a Difference "The amateurs are in emkrvo JOBOTIU1 boxers. The is, Evidence of Prosperity Tales oE the wealth accumulated by -less Wlllard since things began to break for ably; supported by the all-round' millionaire appearance j time and energies toward tlie perfec- of his manager, Tom Jones, at St.' tion oi physical condition ami-the Louis, recently, j acquisition oi physical skill. Top- Jones almost Winded the people by notch efficiency as a.boxer demands appearing ivlthout warning. He car- ried the following field One 8-carat searchlight In a plati- num base, on the third finger of left hand. One 3500 candle power tie pin made iip entirely of diamonds and rubies, in the general scheme of a fox's head (fox Is One battery of 16 diamond arcs ami two rubies mounted in gold, in shape of an elk's head. Secondary battery of lessor search- lights, disposed at advantageous points in the landscape. Pittsburg, Nov. Moran, thc one man whom manv think has a chance, with Jess Wiliard for heavy- the ones worth seeing-are thc limsh- j wci ht honors, arrived here last wesk product. They devote their whole lfor a visit-bis first in two years. iUoran inadc the trip from New York in iiis car. He was accompanied by Willie Lewis. No sooner than he ai> rhej be made a bee line for his sis- Conquer "Athletic Heart" the Nemesis of iho runner, football player and others who indulge in strenuo.iis forms of sport, lias been conquered.: IE you have niL enlargement of'the va'ivular organs, as the result of over-compsti- Hoii, a physician, or on a pinch, a car penter, can. quickly effect a cure. All that Is needed Is a slight tapping, with a hammer upon the seventh cervical lertebra and..your heart will shrink to proper proportions while yo.u wait. At least that is the gist of an an- nouncement made by a prominent medical authority, anti it sounds so simple that even the layman hesi- tates to start a controversy, especial- Jj since the physician alrendj has first call upon the hammer. -Further- more, the athletic enthusiast can not hope that: the report-Is true. Accepted at its face value'it opens R, .wonderful'field for improvement in many lines'of snort. Think what it will mean to baseball when the aver- age 'big chrh manager discovers- that tij" pounding at a .certain point with a bat he -can change a. solid concrete skull to a receptacle filled with some- thing approaching human intelli- gence Harry Pollok. has ".sfartod a car.i- ipaign to find opponents for Treldic Welsh. It will be almost as hard as finding a drink of. tear m a brcvcri incessant work, 'something that is possible to few amateurs who stick [held, within the Shnon-pure laws. "Polks who oppose the 'theory that the manly art of self-defense and its home, where a. reunion was practice arc wholly beneficial-.to the newspaper man, but be finally human frame are mighty few and far induced to talk Asked what between, and the number who futile- j thought oi' Jess Wiliard ly try to draw a fine distinction be- tween amateur and professional box- ing is steadily diminishing. If any- thing, pro hoxinp is less'brutal than the amateur brand'. The boxers are better They are more skilful in defending themselves against Moran is not .talkative, anil he would rather put up a fight in the ring than give out an interview to a as he as an oppon- ent, Moran said he was confident that he could whip the big cowboy. Krtows the "Mow long do you think it will take he was "Fourteen replied Morau, and with matchmakers {warming iip-on the subject- striving for balanced 1 sir I will Wlllard in hills, there is -very any dam- II rounds, knock him That age done. The percentage of proles-, old right of mine never fails me. I sional boxers-'injured iii proportion put Colley away. I Boni- to the number engaged in -the.sport hardier Wells, Al a scoro is mighty small in comparison with of others, and it was the old right that recorded in. other 'less, brutal' boy that turned the trick. It.will Iloelci, rught, baseball, not forsake me when 1 get in lacrosse ami.' motor" driving all pile up much greater: 'mounds of 'injured CALLED G'AME ON OF RAIN On October JG, "Homcwhcre Ii two Canadian nines play ed a baseball gamo .under unique circumstances. With big guns booming In the distance and aero- planes buzzing overhead, the 'inn pin} announced tho'batteries to the men had Just been relieved ol Irehcb duty; and wore finding rest in paying and watching a game ol bull. The teams were made up of men chosen from the Mechanical Trim port and Strathcona Horse. Charlie Gage, the Toronto 'Var- sity football captain of last year, and one of the best amateur ball loggers around Toronto, caught for the Transport team! Among other athletes' of note were "Shorty" Lewis, the crack little quarterback of Ottawa 'II.'K, and "Bad" Bill Hurkholder, the big scrimmager of the Hamilton Tigers o'E 1908. Both played for tho Transport team. Along in the seventh inning, -with tho score -a tie at the shells commenced dropping in the out- field, so tbo umps called the con- test "on account of rain." In a Canadian football game, the "Mechanical Transport beat the Strathcona Horse, 5 to 3. participants each year than does the ing game. llic ring. "Oh, Yes! I Am Clever" "You know, a lot of people had it figured out tjut Coney vas going to heat me, outpoint me in ten .rounds. Wei', know Jim was all in aiter thae rounds A Single Shadow "The history oi the' professional )xmg game in western Canada con- taint, hut a single dark chapter that Th'c'v saTd was too clever, comes to memorj That was that he surely vouhl cut mt all to pieces Do }OJ know that I am clc.cr too that I could have "out- p'ointed the big Dublin fighter if I ,he neath of Luther jMcCarthv manner which was purclv accidental him then, was a dub, and ring his- had'ca'icd'to tpl-1I TH-nlnlilif .tnnfi ,lnt- _ .n J uii tcry probably docs not record a gle parallel .to the incident. To blackball the sport because 01 such an accident not much more logicii llght anci (than to suggest that people stop eat- untll I Skates KEEP.YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 407 Phone 1032 ing hecaiise a few hundred however, in merely outpointing opponent when you are) after the world s championship Iliat's all Anu arp thc charaplon am x intend to put them grt pto- ftn Xobleford, AHa., Nov. S Voble has erected a new granary a he west farm for storing seed grain, J, H. Heeb of Illinois was in town. >n business Monday evening. A party of Nobleford young people thjoycd the first sliate of the season Monday .night, the ice being in fine hape. Miss 'Frances Lawson was in town or a few days in the interest of Hie .ethbridge Herald. While here she vas the guest of Miss Iva McDoweL. Miss Jessie Hamilton of Passfaurg pent the week-end with Mrs. H. W. tevinsou at the 'Manse. Monday morning Mrs, Tackaberry eceivcfl word that her younger' bro- her, Mr. Downing of Carmangay, had een .the.'victim eai'Jy1 Sunday morn- ng of a peculiar accident. He had een preparing for a trip in his new ord car, liis intention 'being to visit s "sister at'Nobleford, By the light f a lantern he went to fill the gaso- no the gasoline ignited nd an''explosion followed .blowing the ar al'i. to' pieces, destroying a buggy and other things. Mr. Downing him- self fortunately escaped with hums PII the soles of his feet, and his eye- brows singed off. Mrs. was a visitor at Letlibridge on Monday afternoon. M.uch sympathy; is felt in town for Robert and Mrs. McDowell in the loss of their first-born babe, on Thursday at midnight, while the young mother was alone in their little home. Mr. Ql-cDoweW returned: from the country Friday. The funeral .took place Sat- urday afternoon, at the White Lake cemetery, Mr. Stevinson officiating Alex. Bhchan made a business trip to Leihbrldge on Monday "As was going to St. Ives I met a man with seven wives." Goose. The bigger family, the smaller dollar It's sad, but cheer up: in the matter of pleasure and pastime for your wife and little tads, Wrigley's offers a most economical confection. It's long-lasting and .beneficial. It aids appetite and digestion. It's friendly to the teeth, soothing to the throat refreshing and thirst-quenching. A 5c package gives big value. Every package sealed air-tight. Ifs made clean and kept .clean. told mn Couc S tOO 1 handing raame poisoning catch year, or that j automobiles be banned because reck- cicut the bams Ilcrsolls less drum or careless pedestrians me the that ttillard cause innumerable fatalities too ni a man Proicasional boung is: enjoying an i ls too to be knocked out if era oi popularity elsewlierc m Can- hc 1S hlt hiUli0enmyh I anl con. ada diid one hears any kicks of 0, as I uas of brutality Winnipeg Saskatoon and Cofiev, and I never entered the nng fcclmg so confident as I did all enthusiastic over the game horror of in Toronto- tht-good not long ago the saintly citizens sat up straight and prim, like thc Puritans thev are, and gaz- ed in unmasked wontlei upon thc moving pictures w-hich showed the Johnson-Wiilard battle in-Havana." EW'- PRESIDENT- AMERICAN i AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION New York, NY, Nov 16- Turner of Baltimore wag elected pre- sident of the" Amateur Athletic union at the annual convention here, today He succeeds A J Lnl, jr, of Boston Johnny Kilbane is willing tj meet ib? Attell for Ml that necessary is to find a fall guj against Coffey'in New York." STENOGRAPHERS POSSESS MUST GOOD COOKS Topeka, girls de- sire to be stenog ray hers and draw a salary from the State are wondering if they should take a a beaut} doctor before taking the Civil Service examination The rules of thc Commission, as announced, show that 'personal appearance and demeanor count, fo rthirty points. Stenography, grammar, spelling and penmanship eeu them count tor the other enty points But the aie ngunng ou Uie jnossibiht> of -hemg fairlv pi of latent __________________ 'in all those and yet failing to get on "I will oftiM. for Coast the eligible list becaube they aie: hockey said George because Ihei hii? is not done] who alreaflv his a debt against ,m the latest atjlc, becRUse a shoe is1 him for Lajonde The rest, is at the heel, of beuuise they Jitace. are (oo'freckled, OSWALD SEEMS HAPPY WITH HIS ASSORTMENT OF HELP-MEETS! Use WRIGLEY'S after every meal see how much Aef- ter you will 'YEAH-HE MARRIES IN HASTE [AND REPEATS AT LEISURE. MADE IN CANAIKX Send for free cop.} of "Wriglcy's Mother Goose" unique and t'liuny booklet in our handsome colors Win. WHgley Jr. Co. Ltd. TORONTO Wrislcy Bldg.- C24 I are also meeting with great success and considerable' shipments have 1'een made regularly The lathes oi the contmuousl} engaged in making" comforts, and the work done in Macleod will compare favor- ablv with any town Alberta con- sidering the population; Thresh All Winter Around Glenwood SERIOUS DELAY TO AT Hacleod, Nov. further set- back in threshine operations has been Macleod, Kov. members oi tHenwoofl, Nov. is rxienenced todav owing to a heavy the patriotic fund committee aie strl11 m ful1 swing hpre and it is liKe-Jfall of snow which has caused all out- makme effort to raise money M7 tliafc jt Wl11 bc a11 lunter as only "ts to close nown It is estimated in thc town and district In the lim- a small percentage of the gram m that not much more than half the ts of the town a house to house can-I District has yet been threshed yas of the residents is being made, while to the farmers a special appeal has "been addressed to make contribu- tions either in money or. produce. In addition to this" a "deputation irom the patriotic funcl committwC, tcn- distinj; of Supt Barnes (II N W M V) and Postmaster R r Vic Niehol waited upon a num- ber ot the leading oi the Various U F A unions m ibe dib-! It has been definitely decided by the building comrnittee oi" the Glenwood Ward to erect a new amusement hall this iall This will answer the pur- pose oi meeting house as well It ii likelj that (Work will commence soon, at least as soon as the threshing is crop has been threshed. Added to this setback is' tunate fact that t a great shortage 01 xperienced in Vacleod and Pear.ee districts In both places no cais have been available for tht SAGE TEA DARKENS HAIR TO ANY SHADE Don't Stay Gray! Here's an Old-TlmV Rei.ipe that Anybody can Apply The use of Sage and Sulphur for restoring faded, gray hair to itft nat- ural color dates oack to grandmoth- er's time She used it to keep herm hair ibPautifullv dark, glossy and ab- undant Whenever her hair fell out pr took on that dull, faded or streak- ed appearance, thib simple was applied with Tvonderful effect But brewing at home is rnussy 'and. out of date Nowadays, b> asking at drug store for a 50 cent of Eaage and Sulphur Hair Re-' medv jou will get this famous recipe ivhich can be depended ufipti Lo restore natural color and beluty to the hair and is splendid for dan- druff, drv, feverish, itchy falling hair. A well known downtown druggfct it darkens the hair so naturally evenly that nobodj can tell It mostly done, The decided to tically full and-many farmers who a new class in the public school at' have i'ueshed are waiting beginning of the jear This will lfor the opportunity to market, their trictiivith a Mew1 of organising some! three teachers instead oi miform meanb of collecting lunds 01 and, Wl11 A advantage m pro- So h grading the school ten or twelve days and no as- ,even'y nopooj M wi it surancc can be nven when the next Hf" siirancc can be ?iven when the next arrnc eleiaton, are prac- The day we opened shop we fixed the price No More, No Less, for a Suit or Overcoat--we have not do not consider our past success- ive are looking toward the future and to the giving of even greater value than heretofore. The Scotland Woolen Mills Co. Ltd Little Threshing produce from the fanners. This [HiUticn was most kmdl> received thc far.ncrb who promised to ren dec as stance possible A long discussion took place and it was decided fiat meetings should be held in.the various unions thioughout the district at which _. members of the patriotic fund stacks line mitttr will he piesent to state their lipnzon. in all (hrections, but no 'A wants In where there are' t1hrefehmS done Ma no local unions it was arranged to I chincs seem to fce SCdlce ho'd irestmgs in tlic vanous school! H Currpnt hpnlrd two loads of j potatoes 50 miles, to thc railroad at The appeal for funds, lo date has I Govenlock and irate them away for been most satisfactory and it is con- j 30 cents a bushel That is "......hat "far it is estimated that bushels have been" marketed in the district and it onlv cars could be ob- tained this amount v ould soon te doubled In "ate tire uelds throughout the The district have been most tor5, Ifi between 30 and 45'to 1C en a sponge or soft bi ush with It and, drav, this through >our taking one strand at a time By moraine the giay hair disappears, and another application or it tw- ccmes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and abundant bushels to thc acre A number fpf farmers nave reported yields from StK.to .GO.'busnels. 1 f The oat-crop is -also most satisfafr- man> yields runsuig front U 100 bi she's _t.T .tbp ante ficlentlj anticipated that a ready sponge will continue to be made m Jas Wetherell is plowing lor J the future j Wallace on tho old iJiig.icc pipce 1 he Daughters of thc Empire arc ilso puttinfj; forth excry eflorl to col- lect funds to provide comfoils IOL the hoys at the front. Their efforts wAIAnnn of the BLADOIR nlhtcd In 84HOURS 2-5, aiid JIrs H in Wetherell and children are helping him to camp there for the tinic. The last meeting or Countri OlUb was held ith Mrs 0 T) Grccno at PcaJtlrecn. Oottagc A constitution was adopted for the club, and the subject or was discuss- ed Water well in, eno'igh to jgihics from ,111 artesian is accbmpamed by as supply power GENTLEMEN! We aro now settled in oui New Holnc in the Oliver Block. Wo cany for the Smoker, also JJ no amines and Periodicals and have established a Cosy Billiard Parlor nqw on the ground I'l'oor. 1 ELITE CIGAR STO J. A. PERRY CLASS TOBACCONISTS 1318 ;