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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. NOV. THK LBTHBIUDGE HEKAU1 PACK THHIUS (OoNTIXUKl) FI'UM Fl'.O'fs'T 1'AGi') man whom nil know, and elect him at: ROSS' MANAGER COMES RIGHT BACK AT BISHOP lliul tins worst difficulties had been overcome and it was only a matter ot hours until the supply would Ijc com. ing along once more. Serious Predicament .I-iOlhiii'ldgi: people who have depended on as their sole of heat for cooking and heat- ing their houses have been In a ious predicament. until the llrcs .suddenly eople know went out on Saturday night thai any trouble had The lloss-Wcclts controversy rolls like a snowball. Biddy HIsllOD nilldo tlio statement in u letter to the snorting editor recently that Harry Hudson had admitted Hoss conltl not Ket down to pounds, the middle- weight maximum. Now comes mm- ton with a refutation of the iiutMita- tion. lie says: I'ni-lilo Slirinss. Nov. II. liilc... Sporting Mltor l.ctlibridgo Herald: Dear answer to Ilidily Ilisluip's letter, which I noticed In Friday's Herald. I .Mr. liishol) still to place Younit Uoss in the liBhl lieavywelBlil ''lass and would like to Kive'the good fans of l.etliliridsc the snme impression. Let me Impress upon Mr. Hislmp that all we ask is a chance at his protege Hilly Weeks, mid I will sign articles at any time that YOU-...B Hoss will make ]OS His. I am positive Hint the people of Lcllibridsc have sufficient confidence in Young Ross to know that his claim on the title is R just one. Hilly Weeks Is only rei-ORni" M in the north-west as the 'ni Idl mcii'iii champion. In Wimiipc? and thu li.M where Hoss is so favorably Known they would eloiibf Iliyy Weeks' claim and' "liiddy" Hishop would m-inl with many an argument there. Now conies the Interesting po.-nt. Mter 1 had signed articles with In I.etiibridge for the Ross-Weeks match which was to conic off on the Illh October, imincdlately Bishop arrived in Calgary be phoned me that the onlv date they can got in C al- was on the Sth of October. I told him I tint this notice was too short and Uoss could not get down to weight without weakening himself. Koss vvnl at that lime in Winnipeg, where I vired him to cancel his match with Turner on the lilth and return race. This Ross did. which shows how anxious he was to moot Billy Weeks. After Koss arrived here Mr. HlBhup packed his trunk, withdrew his forfeit and left for the east with- out giving ns any notice. 1 might state that Uoss was in training for three days before we received word Hint Bishop had left Cow Town. I si-icemly hope this will clear matters and our so'oil friends in I.othbrlelge -Ml un.Iorstaml them as (hey really i. With kind persona! regards from ,ss ;ind nivscif. 1 am, respectfully yours, 11. T. Hudson. record is well know throughout the district and Ihc peonies have faith him and know that his election woulel provide Maclcod with a man who wejnlel look well after their in- terests at Kdmonton. lion. Charles Stewart, aroused the greatest. oiitliu.'iliiKm by a speech which was a nmsterly presentation ..-n--- of the facts in connection with the been reported. Hi" leu who did record of the administration of the j know made a rush on the hardware present government, lie reviewed the stores for coal he, ers riilwiiv ici-ord of the province, the and miinngcel to ke.ep then houses H c svs exnansion, the work from freezing up over Sunday. Others he public works department, ele-: tore the connections out of their daring hat cent of memey line! kitchen ranges and furnaces, and lie. spent as wisely as nossibK: that they happcncel to have a supply ot he' v nV mieht be provided with i coal they were But many 11 mil :m< for the niences so necessary to new households sat and shlvored for the th o ooss election lion Mr. '.Stewart sail! he any other arrangements, and they :did'not'know when an election-might hail no coal even if they bad rcinov- ection It is osti- simple reason that they eliel not'Unow an in time oa Saturday night to make lie1 It'was felt that, with the nient of the women of tli province, the present legislature is represent tive of only about half the electors It mated that nearly '-O'l houses were without heat of any kind yesterday. The most serious part linn, tile next fe.............. ill be the grounels on which such taken. BOWLING TONIGHT -U the Dominion alleys to- night the I. 11. C. and the Do- minims hook up in 'lie first same of the second week of ihc bowlins series of the city league. The Dominions were winners of their week's game, while the UI.C. lost. The games staj-t at S o'clock. BUY MADISON SQUARE GARDEN Wilhin the next few days Tex Itick- n'rel and Sam McCrackcn, who promot- ed the Willard-.Moran fight last spring, probably take over the lease anel management of Madison Square Gar-jJ den. New York, from which -historic j (ho _m building the Hliow is about to be dispossessed. Ilarons bowlers, who a couple of years ago cleaned up several trophies at the Kdmonton tournament, inviul cd Lcuioridsc on Saturday niRiit to show the lans of the city a few timics about the fine art of toppling the maples. A team was sent down ior a was staged. The local crew took the Barons boys into camp to the tune of 127 pins, hut the visitors rave the locals a of heart faili.i-L during the evening. The scores Barons Stark..... MS 15-1 125- -12' McDaniel InV HO Flood...... 1F5 104 40' Ilatflelel...... Ml 1M al. W. Moore 152 4lj The Moment "Pape's Dlapepsin' Reaches the Stomach AM Distress Goes. 733 728 Lcthbridge Evans Schweitzer Jlillar llorne Shover 16S-4B' Do some foods you eat hit back- taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach Nuw, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Tape's Diapopsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sotir and upset.yon. There hover was anything 30 safely ipiick, so certainly effective. No difference bow- badly your stomacii is disordered you will get happy relie'.' in fivo minutes, hut what pleases you most is that It strengthens and resulates your stom- ach so you can cat your favorite foods without fear. Most remedies give you relief some-, are slow, but not sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is quick, positive and puts your stomach in a healthy condition so the misery won't fiomo back. Yon feel different as soon as 'Tapes Diapepsin" comes in contact with the just stomach sets sweet., no. no belching, no eructations of undigested food, your head clears and you feel lino. {.lie best investment 'S'OU ever made, by getting a large fifty cent case of Pane's Diapepsin from any drug store. Yon realize in live minutes how needless il is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach "Two Bits" Fund For Tobacco for the Soldiers n1 the trouble stiff oVuie'pro'v'iuce.''a.-id iMhc geivernnicnl Mil tlie 2') below weather, and decides that an election is to he held until the gas is on-will it be innntlm that possible lo thaw the pipes out. In the business section, it was not -non is lil1 lhat rral ot "1C Thb convention broke- ny amlelst the blow was felt. Yesterday ot course reatcst enthuBlasm. with cheers for j the peop'o in the hotels and restaur- ic premier and the newly elected ants livcel in misery, the res- inellelnto for the district. taurants had coal ranges in their kitchens they were dependent em gas for beating the of the pre- mises, and customers ate their hut mealr, while shivering in their over- coats. In the Alexandra, and Loth- bridge hotels gas alone was in use. and natrons bad a tough time. At tile Alexandra loads of slabs were secured Sunday, morning and burned in the heating apparatus over the gas grates. The Dallas, Windsor and some of the other hotels were fortunate Mi that they depend on coal. The churches were well patronized least those that burn coal, and they are in the majority. Many people went to church because CSiK-i-l-il to ti IS. I'le Charles ceoov. who enlisted in the S2nd battii- -eported missing, believed to iej'i is reiioiLeu ,avc been' killed in action. Charle. HI 1 In n U one time he worlicd on the C.I-K., aervice in uiu n.Dot.1. n the South African war, also in In- lia He was born in London, K.IW anel, where his mother anel sisters arc still'living. THREE YOUNG CURS STUN LADY CASHIER York, Nov. Miss Cmma .letter! assistant cashier of tlio Prudential Insurance company s. office in Union Hill- was atone the office of the company Kos- sutl, street, three yonng men attacked slun.'ied her by a blow, and got t viy w th nearly M.OOO of the com- panv-s 'noney. No trace of the rob- bers has been seen- since people who were not dependent on gas were verv generous to tlieir iess fortunate neighbors, and the suf- fering was much less than would have been the case had the city been en- tirely dependent on gas. Tlie coal wagons have been work- ing full shift today and hundreds of tons of coal have been delivered. Wood is also at a premium. Fortunately the hospitals and ,-0 schools here are all on a "coal" basis. else the suffering would have been ?0 much more severe. prominent Lethhridge far- mer walked into our office the other day. "fused to sell barley to James Hichardson in Kingston fifty years ago." he said, "and I want to do business with the firm again." The prices are so high find the spreads between grades so wide this year that the need of ex-nert work all along the Al- berta, in Winnipeg and in Fort even greater than usnal_ The kind of service that lives in a man's memory for fifty years is yours when you make your lading read '.Notify James Richardson 4i Sons, Lim- ited." For car seals, markers and daily price cost, or 201 Sher- lock Bldg., Lethbridge or phone 777. Manager's residence, phone 365. OUEBES ENTERS GET GET RICH QUICK CLASS Quebec, Nov. Rock, a Klondylie and California prospector and experienced In other mining reg- i ions, has just taken ciaim papers at the provincial mines repartment cov- I ering a claim in the St. Joachim par- ish, near Ste. Anne de Beanpre. Rock declares there is gold in the claim, samples of which have been tested at Laval university here and also in Montreal show that ore syill pay from 5200 'to a ton. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- Ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. YPII are invited to make free u3p of this service. Ask for bint on your carlota of grain, private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottercll, Union Bank Building, ABCHIE. E. r.EESOR, Kgr. Plione 1590. R-3E. Phone The Wrigley Spears are constant, friends to teeth, breath, appetite and digestion. Women workers relish the refresh- ing, comforting influence of this toothsome, long-lasting confection. Its benefits are many cost small. That's why it's used around the WOlid. Nothing else can take its place. Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Lid., Wrigley Bldg., Toronto, for the funny Mother Goose book. C41 'Sealed tight Kept right Made hi Canada Two Flavors Barons, Nov. 11. Owing to the storm tirely suspeneleil 25 per cent, of operations are en- There is probably the crop still to be threched If the snow keeps dry it can be shaken off aad threshing pro- ceeded with, but if it thaws, several days will elapse before the stocks will be dry. Some of the latest big yields we have heard of are 150 acres ot Bruce ilcC'lelland's which averaged 50 1ms. to the acre and 260 acres Reiikenljerser Bros., which also aver- aged oO bushels to the acre. Tlio Herald Two Bits Fund is with- in a day's journey of the S50 mark. The fund, including today's contri- butions, stands at Every day new contributors come along. Some- one thinks ahoilt giving two bits for tobacco for smokes and drops into the Herald office with a contrib. On Saturday an error was made in stat- ing that only (2G.35 bad been ac- knowledged. That was the amount ar.peariiig on only one of the sub- scription lists. There was another list will, about ?1S appearing on it. Altogether there has been previous- ly acknowledged Today's contributors are D. S. Williamson. A. Wright A. W. Vines, A. Whitehall, McCnllum, T. Arnold. F. A. Den- Ion. V. Bonrnes. John Ollmore, Miss II I ee Mrs. Tongue and Friend, two bits each, and Mr. anel' .Mrs. George .lone'S BOWLING Open Afternoons ...and Evenings... THE "DOMINION" BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement Dominion Building) SRIBERG GRIIII LETHBR1DGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may mak.c money by let- ting us your next car of -.vhcat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethbridge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 The German Reichstag has adjourn- ed until February 12. FORMER GOVERNOR CAN- DIDATE FOR LEGISLATURE Edmonton, Nov. political conventions were held in the Edmon- ton district today. In Stony Plain Conservatives selected P. Lundy as their'standard bearer In the next provincial election, the present mem- ber, Conrad 'Weidenhammer, retiring in his Javor. In Lac Ste. Anne.the Liberals this evening W. Leedy, a form- er governor of Kansas, and. now a farmer of the district. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Our entire orgiuilwit-lon IB at your iervice and wtjth our exper- ience wo etui safrfly lo get you the best pricei for your grain at. any time and any grade or grain. Phone M 1922 Cllgary Office 1366 Lethbridejo Quota- Res. 1811 Lethbrldeje tlont. Oeer Agents who are In district J. A. GUMMING Manaejlr OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1434. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense il you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best lirice the market will stand and give you courteous service prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MA, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION; WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on Sale, ?fov. 13th; Dec. 31st, 1916. Final Ketuni Limit Five Months From Dale of Issue. For Full Information Apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgnry. RADIATOR AND HOOD COVERS We Have Them for CHEVROLET FORD AND LARGER CARS Good Pi-ices OH Heavy Chains Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER op That Glare Si For Sale By FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE ;