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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta t THE LEYflBRinOK r0AIL.Y .HERAMi .TInirHila.v, Xriv Dominion Bowl- ing Alley OoWn Dominion .Block, op-" Court ___ -_ i imiiiiiiirituiiiiMim OF QUALITY SHtRMAN. MaMfftr, C.C. PAGNUELO SPIRIT CO. Lethbrldfle. '.ENDS DYSI'Kl'SIA TI' 1 HEARTBURN. GAS. INDIGESTION, There would not be a case of '..indi- gestion here if readers who are -sub- ject to Stomach trouble knew the trt ZYBSCO CAN BEAT CHAMPION SAYS ROLLER Has of All and Ftw of His Own J Europeans, as a rule. outside of (the do uoi know much .about the cfttch-as-catch-can wrestling Game." says Dr. Hollfr. "and If are (aiiyht when -.hey- first ji-ouvji. to ibis they rawly.' 'If ...ev- malic a success of U. Hut thia as well as- in "reKarO lo matt-jis. K takos the exception prove the "pule. 1 say this. jnnitcvl Stanislaus Nvho lOllay> without the slightest doubt one of the best "eatch-as-catch- cau men on the mat. He has' learned same sine? firA coming to this country. From 'ho'1 very first .lime hv.caine here he has made this style study. For he. -is .41 Claresholm Will Have ahd Sating Rinld inter Utresholm. Nwov. "a douhk- itrbtTo pay." The Thf aiirt arc gMling also Io an open rink ihiht-rW'ciaresholiu has not howuvrr, that Jnd rink, buli a vigorous next season, when more lunds are has hmi entered upon with- available, tt can; pe improved on _. ._. J .C f_. _ 1. siirti- stead rofcrn up ami inij Hie (JIM it'.w iinyb .urn HUM j. dent rnoncv has'hw'n subscribed In 'without' to..go on ru-ci a double rink. The rink will with .year. The carpenters l.o 'V-pftod at .the Agricultural W to busy on tjie curling rink gromiils and will be at tin- ai foof'is.-koing lip iair for the poultry exhibit, thus con- new station. s virtue contained in Dlapepsin. This! .thinker, thi harmless preparation will Dr. Eliot Knocks Football; Pugilism Better, Aviation Worse; QuotK He York. Nov. Is better, and aviation is the only sport worse than xootball. according ro Dr. man in the "It's different from, .baseball it's worse than prize'fighting. doesn't and The. such linn worse man ...-r, Charles farewell a chance ol bcinp maimed as, the m; io rcitoners as the president emeri [on the grldlprii. of Harv-jnl imiversiiy railed for j "Is there anything to r n riii around the. world. {worsts than footbHllP" CUNAKD LINK CANADIAN 8 XMAS EXCURSIONS TO XTOW IS THK TIME to .raake reservation of berths. Do "not wait until' the laat minute! T.S.S. Mont- real Nov. 11th Ntw T.8.S. "Aacania" from Portland Doc. 2nd CAttlN TO LONDON AND LtV- your ind a iriii aroun te. wor. "1 don't take much foot- that's' ileni ball." he replied. "It's too 'dangerous ,JHS (o ,ho spCCtators.. They ttrvifohttinmil'" and (olleto ________ I Xmerictis.'of'KeoM. and. surprising to l for life. to show you say. th, lari 1 wrestled with him _ the formula phunlv printed on each Ue pulled of a couple of ones case of Rape's Diapepsin. iteu'.uint 1 thought were my exclusuv pro- yoii will readily understand why this Iporc.'. He is a promptly cures' Indigestion' and rOv-fciiow. and. without doubt, a great mi 1 IA.I rllMjrn I demoraliz- don't -0 to see the aeronaut In flight, but men can't play it more tnuu n year. Thev !re Mable to the of seeing him and> r These rales .are. the. lowest ob- iho service unexcelled. Particulars obtainable from, near- est local agent, or write direct to ihe General Agent for the adlati West. 1 H. E. LIDMAM 445 Main Sti. WINNIPEG. MAtf. TO-NIGHf Harry P. presents The Majestic Stock Co. Brewster's Millions" t0-morrow Night 'The Third Special Saturday Matinee Prices 75c 50c Gallery 25c Speech From the Throne (Continued from Front MATCH ARRANGED FOR THANKSGIVING for players and college men can't play it more thu'u jnoves such symptoms as t...w____ feeling like a lump of lead in the anxious to a match stomach. Belching of Gas and Kructa- j jjotcli. and. bolivve-'me. he will Tlons of undigested food, water brash, j near to beat5nw the pre- name of the' baseball world flash a -playhouse entrance iviiu j, handy and Valuable thing as could have in houjjtV A >ti CHAMPION TO JOUR.NEY: EAST.! McFirland Will Meet Murphy at San StelUer. A5ta., Nov.: ow, rated as the champion Alberta, nd Hal Rydman. known- as "Ter- JbIe.Swcjd2, wrestled 's catch- ,s-catch-can-hold under police 'gazette utes, five hundred dollars a side, in jtijttler night. ow obtained the'fJrst fall'in fOTty Nov. 1 McKar land has accepted the offer of Barnes Crofforth for a fight with Tommy Murphy. In San Francisco. They will meet on Thanksgiving Day at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The arti- cles provide that the jneri shall weiRh 135 pounds four hours before the fight. Information' was ahso received .from San Francisco that an attempt'would be made to match, the winner of the McFarland-Murphy fight with ihe win- ner of the Wolgasit-Welsh match, which is scheduled to take place at Los Angeles on Thanksgiving Day. which Dominion Is happily en- dowed -the great basic induetry it ag- My are convinced tho, has come when ;greater aid and should be given to are engaged In the cul- tivation laud. this end. a measure wrtl be in- troduced-under which it' IP hoped that there may between the'DomlnlonJand the various provin- for purpose of asBistliiK and encouraging'., our farmers to Hecure in irrodnction and at the aame: time prove the best and at the same time preserve soil. Aj ,'will be. introduced re vlslnic and consolidating the acts re latlng to the inspection of grain and irrovlUlhg: the means by which gov ernm'ent .can secure ,through a com mlwlpn and operation o elevators upon the ENGLISH RUGBY. minutes and Hydmnn' Secured the I London. Nov. rug- icx-t two. falls and 21 minutes {by football games resulted as follows: respectively, and -was -decl'aiyd the Australian Professionals Uegh winner. The winner was'challenged 12: Midlands 3; Middlesex by Kid Ellison, "of. Cardston. for -3. Maoris i. a'side to take 'the ,23rd inst. at Siettlcr. affairs, the and ot ubjects. [he inatroductlon of the beat is for thw HudB n's Day raiV Hie attehtlon of my and an announcement will f iade to you ot the result of ncjuiry. Gentlemen of the House of Ct ace unts of the last y- win be laid before you, the of the for the coming yo will be submitted' for: your approf; j at an, early datv. .Honorable Gentlement f the ate. Gentlemen of the Hoiiae.of commend the subjects I have mentioned to your bes-t Ideratioii. I trust that y ur eratlons under the blessing of I'rovidence may tend to the and good government ot this ion. The-'Taritf n -introduced to eslah- permanent tariff commission shall be to ascertain and imjulry such In- fonaaatibn as will furnish a more sta- ple Batiefact ry basis for tariff legislation than has heretofore been available.' win aluo be laid before you with' respect -to the department of ex- AN ERROR IN NAME In connection with the made the other day by Metals ftl. the purchase was credited to Canada Metals LImiV .The purchaser of the lots In questj 'was Metals Limited, not Canada V as reported. FRAUD IS RAMPANT Nov. tl w HOOO samples of, Imported -Toods drugs, analysed a't'entrj' POTts the last year.-were found be branded or This w most one-third O. B. Rush. Vancouver skater. j Nor. leave for Chicago shcitly. He will "race known, yachting City, lie has not raced in tbe Batf. since 19QP. when he. won three Am-sri- tlbu. can championships-in very fast time It Is proposed to tlbns.'a'n and a Western. The Kastern section will be com f hilgM electricf Betters, hut things hav j changed since then, until now but !few can blame Garry for making a mild protest, at-least. At least a dozen tossers of note will tread the boards this wltuer. and many of thsm are already busy re- Uiearsing. or have already started {their -season. As actors many of COO class, but: they have the ind the horde ofk common folks will osed'of teams in Ottawa and other 220 yards In 15 1-3 seconds; half mile in 1 minute 11.3-5 seconds, and tiio mite in and seconds j cities, -while me lie has never-been beaten in a short tlon will be composed race, ami bus competed agalim' nil. ronio.-; Hamilton. Loi ot GREEK DOWNS' CHAMpioN for ;jinonsnip. gladly fork over for the neces sary'" pasteboards" to see their favor ites perform. Branlford. the league is formed. Ih'ere" will senior, intermediate end i.. of ;M.o world, had his shoulders pressod lo the niat fdr'tho fiiv.f lime in two years, in his match i ,wth Kilonrs. the Greek J a fall from a champion of America, at .Montreal. 'liead, Onl. Hrooks. a was killed by YOUSIF AND GOTCH The National Sporting 'Club has ar ranged for bouts between Frank Gotch and Yoiwlf Mahmout. and Dr rilmore -and Din Urtinsfield. thexAus rralinn champion, at.'Rlverdale ring Toronto, on i ieaf ior Lion's j 22. The bouts falls. of Novembe be two in three TURKISH WELCH WILL. BE kl, REFEREE The 'Principal in the Wolgait-W.lsh Fight Are Both-' Getting -'Ready Angeles. .Welch .ill referee the Wblgast-Webb fight ere Thanksgiving -Day. for the light- championship of'th'e world. ie articles of agreement are carried There had been SODVD- question s 7o the seleclioix of an Arbiter of wallops, .not a Tew" believing-the artl- les 'would be overthrown and an- jtherman selected. "The articles called for either Kd die Smith or Jack Welch." said Ton Jarey, manager of the Vernon club, where ihe flght will take place, "and as Smith Is dead, I can't see what elsa they can do except take Welch. 1 hardly think they will disregard the articles of agreement, as. in. doing i they would leave, open the ques- tion of weight, money j and all other matters pertaining to the! contest. .aure -this will never} be' done." Wolgast arrived- in Los Angales yesterday from the-East, and -After purchasing a small arsenal, left with his trainers today for- the mountains, he will hunt'Mm! ffcsh (or a week or ten days, and then "return to finish his Draining in camp.near Ver Jnon. Welsh'Is training at Venice. DETROIT "Y" AND OTHERS r QUIT WITH A. A. U. Uetroi-C. Nov. lend hi' a movement, that will, affect some athletes throughout tto coitn try. the Detroit Y. M. C. A. has an nounced its withdrawal from the'Ama tcuv Athletic Union. This uction is taken only after mature consideration of all the facts Involved, and the "Y ftvls that its decision wlH.mee: will general approval. For some time there has been mucl dissatisfaction with the X. A. U., no jonly In Detroit, but throughout ;th nation." In nomo iocalitlfts the asso Iciatlons had withdrawn, being wHHn to so Ir alor.v> rather than submit 1 j the rule of the union. MATTY WORKED CHEAP of the first contract Chi-iaty i over signed were sold in New -York. at. oponlnp of the World's nor- lex. The 'ordinal Is the property of William II. 'Hnnnan, of .N'orfolk, Va.. who. in 1900. was the manager of the Norfolk baseball team and 'Matty wan its star pitcher. The contract shows Hi.- world's bes; pitcher worked KK> .month Takeypur Cue" Sold by all Reliable Deal ;