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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, NOVrcMHiiK 15, THE LKTIinniDGE DAILY HERALD SECTION HERALD Snow Delays mers Now-Slocking Up Their Farms JJovs Will Work Out in Mantell's Gym-Smoker There Tonight When Both Will He Seen in Action Good I'rehmmancs Being Lined Up. No. 1 Stock Cows 3-7 YEARS OLD RAISED ON THE MACK1E RANCH ENQUIRE OF A. H.'MAYLAND Livestock Commission Merchant Alberta Stockyards, Calgary Phones: E5m1 Residence W1139 p. 0. Drawer "S" The promoters of the Koss-Co- her. bout hero on Nov. ri, a week from loniahl, expect Ike Cohen to trundle alone on this evening's I rain from Oreat Falls prepared lo remain here for a week and do his tralnilis for the bout Yoilli" Hoss, true to his v.-ord, urlvml -in the city yesterday Ironi his home in 1'urnlo Springs, and will finish his -training here. No need to say he Is in the pink. Ho is always ill condition and with a week's "ood stiff work before him he will BO against CoUcn with plenty of confidence, a kick in cither mitt, and tile hacking of tlie fans of Southern Alberta. There is already a demand foi ringsMc scats for the contest. Fans from every part of tlie south are risht up on their loos 10 sec tin- match When Hoss llrussn. fisht. fans from as far north as Hetlaw and from Sweet Grass made- ilio trip, ami the old town was full up with the sport. ing fraternity of the south, lint they are eomiill! farther to siu: this match, and .Medicine Hat and Calgary will both have many of their fcadiiis sportsmen here to sec the contest. The Hub is looking for a good man to go on with "Kiel" .Evans In a six-round and have a couple of men spotted. I lie "Kid" made a groat impression at I lie boxing smoker last week and his appearance ensures the lans a double bill, the equal of which has never been singed in Alberta. Ross and Cohen will work out with their sparring partners in Mantoll's gym dump their sfiv here Tonight a little smok- er is being staged there, and Ross will be seen in action; also Cohen if he arrives as expected. The fans are anxious to sec the man who has Billy Weeks' number. Tonight in the Dominion Al- leys the (Hants aad the Riks clash in a regular City Bowling League fixture. WE SELL Glasses ON THEIftMERlTS They 'must be correct from every; viewpoint. diagnosis, accuracy in fitting and comfortable frames are all highly essential factors, our patrons. Don't cheat your eyes and think you arc saving money by purchasing ordinary "store glasses." IJike a thief at night, poorly ground and improperly filled glasses steal away'you eyesight. 1 Can you afford to rob your- you? EYE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. RlWit The City's Leading Jeweler 'Established 1898. Issuer of Marriage Licenses No Witnesses Required Lethbridge Alberta T TAKES A FALL Lethbridge curlers organized at an j enthusiastic meet'ng in tiro Chinook Club last night, and the prospects are for a good season. The following nrc Hie officers: Patrons, Senator Do Vcber. Mayor Hardie, Commissioners Grace and "Freeman, Col. Stewarl, M. PI1 Major Stafford and W. A.. Bu- chanan, M.I'-- Hod, president, John Bruce- president. J. P. Hamilton; vice- TVimtnirio- president n. Davidson; second .Administer n.5-23 Inmming vice-president. D. D. McNabb; joint i secretaries, John Marnocli and R. A. j Smith; chaplain, Capt. A. H. Denpon; auditors, 13. V. Dooley and H. W. Crawford; oflicial umpires Jas Aird, J. W. Wood. W. Clarke. L. S. J. Shepherd. H. W. Crawford, Dr. W.-II. Marrs.. Ice Aird. M, Free- man, Hugh Boyd. Mention was made at tho meeting of tiie fact that two members of the j Again X.-, For', Lead it was a rather weird game of-fcas- ''kelliall that was staged at the W gym last night between the "Y and Kno-i teams in a league fixture. The "Y" squad proved superior. ai. eVe.y turn of the game, winning by 63 to A good sized crowd of spectator ol tne lact mill. This will again eliib had been killed in action at the u ,tll the G. x.'s for front, the late Lieut. 1-1. J. Ooodo, and )rats tho late Lieut. Magrath The annual club fee will bo Tne t ne TllC -i ladies' branch of the club will he given Hie same privileges as last year. If all the ball clubs that win pen- nants ill tlie winter ordered the raw league honors. The "Y" crew started out strong in the first half to smother the Knox team and succeeded to the tune of il lo 10. In the second half the "Y add- ed 'V more while Knox annexed 13. The "Y" aggregation played to. the top of their form throughout. nams in top 01 their lorni material- for the sanies the buntm, 'rwin was Hie Mg for would have to ..Y" 2< points, Dnnsworth an- 22. For Knox Murray secured manufacturers overtime. _., nexing next game is scheduled i Thursday night when the G.X. and the i ?Sth Battery will clash. The line-up of last night's game: C'ardslon, Nov. Tile windy wea- ther and lastly the hiK snow liave iBlh contributed to slow llireshini; re- turns. I In the district Cardstou from 50 per cent, to Mi per cent, of done, also immediate- ly west in the Leavltt district. Tills a region-of smaller farms. At Woolford about :.ll per cent of the threshing is done and tho eleva- tors are all full with very few cars coming in.- Tills is a region of big farms arid the car situation is acute_ Haley district If also about half through and there lias been a lack of cars. However, they are expect- MIR a more plentiful supply this week so to relieve the situation, and if tho promises are fulfilled there will be an opportunity of relieving the sit- uation because of all threshing opera- tions ceasing. Some Rood yields are reported In Ibis district.- Ii. M. JClllff on sum- mer iaiiuw itu5 50 bushels of wheat to the acre while on his land which was disced in he has about 3') bushels. Hill Spring- Glenwood from 40 lo '50 per eent of the threshing is I done and yields running from to 40 bushels -per acre. There has been a lack of threshing machines, but two have come from across the Waterton river, ami prospects are boi- ler when the present snow disappears. Taking'the district as a whole it will average close to of. per pent of the threshing are needed at nearly all points. Cattle The farmers are increasing their holdings cinite largely in this district. Wm. Duce has sold several mixed cars lately and is expecting another up today. Sam Evans has also sold several cars. Messrs. Card and Jensen are.dis- posing of one car of heifers at Ray- mond one at Bradshaw and five cars at Magrath. There will also be three or four cars for Cardston. As all ot these animals are young heifers- of eastern milking strains they will sreatly increase, Hie dairy output of this district in the next few years. LocaPDepartures Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wilson and Mr. and Sirs. A.-. 0, .Drake oi Woolford are leaving today' for a winter In Ore- gon Both. of. these gentlemen .have splendid; .farm's iltthV Oweiidale dis- are try- ing out a winter, in, Uie more south- erly slopes on the. Pacific. They will be greatly .missed by, .the..people of their district. J. B. Roberts left last week for a few months' sojourn in the south. He he with friends and relatives at Utah and Idaho points. Local Dramatics On Friday and Saturday evenings last week the dramatic portion of the Alberta Stake theatrical association presented the comedy, "Brown's in Town The work lias been in charge of A. L. Smith, who has the dramatic management for the association. .Bad weather on the two dates made the financial returns- The local parties in the caste acquit- ted themselves creditably, but many criticisms are heard as to the selec- tion of the play. A local audience pre- fers a different type of comedy, and if a good attendance is desired the taste of the play going public should Position Irwin 24 Guard Jones 5 Guard Dunsworth 22 Centre Kane 12 Forward Davis Forward The standin Knox McKillop 2 Pairhurst i Macbeth 4 Stewart Murray 15 are three big reasons. And the Value it gives in long-lasting, beneficial enjoyment is a point that people appreciate. The air-tight package keeps the flavor and quality as fine as when made in the wonderful Wrigley factories.' Write for the Sprightly Spearmen's funny Mother Goose book. Address Wm. WriRlcy Jr Co Ltd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, Ont. after every nteal Two Flavors Made in Canada Sealed tight-Kept right and material condition of wards. Bishop Green of Lethbridge was one of the main speakers Sunday. He said C. A. of the teams; Won Lost 2 1 1 -3 ..1 2 Pet. .666 .666' .333 '.333 be" considered. while wealth was coming to the farm- Many: favorable comments have been, ers tMs year Iast year. lle given upon the _work of the they use it judiciously. In tho their presentation of [hour of plenty we often forget the Lost Paradise" which was put on a i leall years. He trusted that the short week previous. While a number of the! yearB would not return, but they may, nlayers had but little experience, the ana the time to prepare for.them is rendition was creditable and the play now. He also referred to the mighty was to say, the re-j wave of temperance sweeping over the turns were food in a financial way. world and saw in it one of. the great, transforming movements which will _________ _. prelude 9e coming of the Messiah. i. The principals are President Allen in his closing ad- good shape and the dress advised the people to pay off Auto Owners We have 'purchased several hundred tiros direct from the manufacturers. To get ac quainted we will give you while they last: 30x3% Casing. Hog. Special. Casing. Reg. Special. 33x4 35x4 36x4 37x5 Casing: Keg., 27.05. Special Casing. Casin Peg. Special.', Reg. Special. Casing. Keg. Special. 34x4 Noil Skid. Special.. Baalim Motor Co. .HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER PLAY 212 TENNIS MATCHES, Clifford Williams Heads List at End of S. A. A. C. Ranking Season- Two hundred and-'tttclve matches were played in the A. tennis to'urnament during the y 1916 season, which has ended with Clifford Williams at the head of the "list. -Wil- liams was at the top. Or close up dur- ing the entire season. Dr T "D. Burger finished in second placo and- C. L. Darling In third place. T W. Bailey, A. R. Almquist and C. B! Lundborg finished ill the order named. WEEGHMAN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT arr. of the sextette from by Donizetti.. Big Meeting Sunday The opening guns of the Patriotic Fund campaign will ha fired herojnext Sunday evening at a blir ing In the first ward chapel, prepara- tions for which are now under way This meeting will be the the campaign and everyyeffort is be- i ing made to have a full representation i of the town and tributary District. Taber allotted COMPULSORY LABOR via London, Nov. Berlin newspapers announce that there shortly will be brought forward for compulsory labor on the part ot the civilians of Germany. The next event looked forward to locally is the" of the op- era "King Sal'" rounding into chorus work will he taken up vigor- ously this week. J: Frank Layne is he .musical director and this will be resented by the operatic branch of electoral district has been nine- thousand dollars this allotted nine- tousan year and Raymond must raise a goon- 1 i v share of it. Just what is expected Chicago. Nov. lo. Charles H. Weeghman was re-elected or Ihc Chicago National league base- ball club at its annual meeting here today. It was said that the question ot a-club manager was not raised at the meeting, which was taken to mean that Joseph Tinker would again in that capacity nest year. MOTORCYCLE RECORD BROKEN i Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. Johns of Pasadena, Cal., broke the world's, motorcycle record for five miles on a circular dirt track at the state fair grounds here toflay. His time was minutes and 58 seconds. HEIMPSTEAD IS RE-ELECTED. New York, Nov. 15. Harry N Hempstead was re-elected today a president of the New York Nationa baseball league. John B. Foster wa- re-elected secretary. their debts and not to contract new ones. It was no time -to make hasty investments as every division of. busi- ness seemed to bo ill con- hTstaire TheatriciV association, dition. Leave alpne mining stock, oil stock, in fact all kinds of stock except 'live stock. The'president also laid iv'share of'it. Just what is expect from Raymond, and the expanding service of the Patriotic Fund; will be explained-by able visiting speakers. It is expected that Mr. Tweedie and Mr Buchanan will be present and per-, haps others. A meeting will be held in Stirling in the afternoon and the big meeting in Raymond that evening. Last night a Chinese joint was raid- ed by the police and license committee of the council, and a ring of poker ar- .frobl Hopes Women Will -Adopt This Habit As Well As Men Glais.of. hot water each. morn- Ing Ul look 'and feel clean, fresh. Happy, nrirhi.. and good 'sVln: a nat- rosy complexion and freedom iiinaoc are assured; only- by !am ot the council, .inn ....a rrom IIIIIBSS, Fund. gathered in together with the nealfhy blood.- -If-only every wanted U, See the good, substantial proprietor of the place. A raid has womM ukowlse eve.y man could wanteo me B the I been expected for some time as the the wolldcrs of the morning i Jtau that -they cannot wtiat a gratifying change Speakers at Quarterly ence Give Good Advice- Big Patriotic Rally (From Own Correspond .-ntI Raymond. Nov. con- ference of the Taylor stake was held list Saturday and Sunday in the first ward, chapel. Pres. Heber S. Alien in charge. Four general conference as- semblies were held and a stake priest-j mod meeting Saturday evening. In i spile of the severe weaUier Ihere was: a good attendance at all meetings, and a spirited conference was held. There, were no visitors from the. church headquarters at Salt Lake. j A prominent feature of the confer-; eilce was the report of the bishops of: thp various wards. .They nil spoke of i the- general prosnerity'of the people and the -noticeable impetus it had; given to the payment of tithes. Bishop. Halnes of Tabor stated that tithing had Jumped GO per cent, already over. the amount paid last year. Bishops Peterson" of Allred of mond first ward. Evans Bjyniond second Barker of Magrath spoke encouragingly of the spin. One especially pleasing feature of longer tolerate the gambling which is the conference was the music. The going on right miSer the nose m the augmented chorus of choirs, under the law. This raid is but onei of a era leadership of Mr. William Stone, pro- sade which will be kept up until im. vided the music, which was of a very nut. high order. Among the selections were Handel's "Largo from Xerxes." "Hark, evil is stamped out. A tiny electric lamp is mounted on Hark My by Housley and the handle'of'a safety razor of English "When the Sun in Splendor invention. CANADIAN EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on 13th; 'Dec: 31st, 1916. Final Return Limit; Five Months Date of Issue. For Full Information -Apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Lethhrldge. District Passenger would Instead of tho thousands, of anaemic.looWng men, women an.4 girls with pasty or muddy complex- ions; instead of the multitudes .ol "nervo n-recks" '.-brain fans" and- pessimists we ihould see a optimistic, Oj rosy- cheeked people everywhere. 'p- An Inside bath is had by drinking each morning befora breakfast, glass ot real i hot waler -with .a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate in it to wash from the stomach, liver, kid- neys and ten yards of bowels the pre-. vious day's Indigestible waste, sour fermentations and poisons, ..thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimentary canal beforl putting more food into the stomach. Those subject to iousness, breath, rhcnmarissa, colds; and particularly those whc have a.pallid, sallow complexion and who constipated very of ten, are ursed to obtain a uulrterj pound nf the drugstore which will cost but a trifle but Is sufficient to demonstnite the quick and remarkable change In botji and appearance awwllBg those who practice We remember that'insldo cletnllnen n tnore important than outtute tlie skin 4oes not tMotb turlties to the Wood. while the pores in flilrtf MM'oI bowels ;