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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta -1' if In n MUTUAL � - Life Insurance Company ALL THE ASSETS are the ; SOLE PROPCHTY , of the POLICYHOLDERS. "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST bo MUTUAL" . Phone or � ' E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 1793-�2� 10th' St. South. remarks on the side Matches Her Fitting* "How In the world did Blanche come to marry a man over 70 " "She Bays Ho harmonizes bo well �with tho anticiuo furniture her mother loft her." :. �| From John L. The Sporting Editor of the Herald submitted a written appeal to the .City. Commissioners to have the professional boxing' license of $60.00 per bout revoked. In the communication, which was read at the meeting of the OoninVcmlonefa, yesterdayj was the following: "It has done good work In its youth, but is now played out, and should bo rescinded." ''What was that quotation?" piped an inattentive, civic official present; "sounds like Scripture." Commissioner Grace gave the answer: "Matthew 10:12." "Wrong," said Magistrate E'iton, who was present at the proceedings. "It's from John L. 12:14." TW fcfiTHBR.DGE DAILY HERALD JUL, cor WELSH BEAT O'LEARY IN 12-ROUND BOUT Canadian Champ Made Dazzling Start but Welsh Soon Solved Him Tale From the Trenches One of the methods of communicating from one officer to another In �t.lie trenches or the present great war iB to give the message to one of the privates, and tell him to "pass the word 1 Winnipeg, Nov. 15.-Outgeneralied, outboxed and outscienced, but showing a gnmcness and cleverness that brought admiration .'from? .nearly 4000 wild-eyed enthusiast!, Johnny O'Leary, of Seattle, lightweight champion of Canada, was forced to bow before the prowess*of World's Champion Freddie Welsh, in a fairly fast and interesting 12-round boxing bout here tpniglit. It was Welsh's firat appearance in the ring since his lay-off some six�months ago, and lie only showed his o|drtime form in spots, but even at that was'too crafty for the. hard-punching American lad, anil outpointed him in nine out of the 12 rounds, winding up the 12th round with a burst of speed and. smothering his opponent with light blows. The battle failed to provide the spectacular .work expected, as. .only in flashes did: cither boxer get in, any real damaging wort. O'Leary had Welsh completely at sea in the first round and had tie champion' on the defensive, all the way, which gave him a lot of confidence, : but when the Britisher found his bearings in the second round he outboxed the Seattle lad at all angles, and not again until the fifth round did he manager to outpoint the clever title holder. Welsh was adding up points in every round by his fast ? MURPHY'S HORSE'S BRING ? ? San Francisco Cal., Nov. 15. ? -Tommy Murphy, the Pough- keepsie horseman, announced ? today that ho had won $25,818 ? In prizes during tbo ten days' ? harness racing at. the Panama- ? Pacific exposition, which fin's*, ished on Saturday. All the ? money was won with Murphy's the horse which has won $50,-> 000 this year, was the record �{ winner, his prizes totalling ? $14,250. trial for alleged GANG STARTED OUT may sutton bunoy at' along" until it reaches its destination. I footwork, O'Leary��� evidently started The following story will show how | in to roug)i'things in every round, but a Furious message can lie distorted on US journey from mo.utn to mouth: Lieut. J-, in charge of one end of the British line, told the. private :next-to'hlm'to "pasB the word along" to Lieut. . B-,, "We are going to advance;, can. you, send us reinforcements?" When lUout. B- received the mcssagu, it was worded like this: "Wo arc going to yance: can you lend us threo-and-fourponcc?" � ,,Animal Story . Once,,..upon ji. tlixie there was u>dear vMttl8**squlrrel.^ And this squirrel had: three little,children. >>- (.Archibald, don't hit your slBter on tho head with that hammer. You nro annoying her.) .'� One day these children grew very hungry, and there were no more nuts to be found In the forest.  (If1 you interrupt me again, Willie, I'll knock your block off.) ,-i Tlie mother squirrel was worried/ She scoured the forests for nuts, but there wasn't one to bo found. (Jack, take your teeth out of Mildred's arm. You'll poison her.) The mother squirrel was gone three days and three nights and her little babies were Just about starved, when, Jo, and behold! she came back dancing and singing, and she cried out: .; "Look, children, wo-will not starve; look what I brought you!" , And the" mother squirrel Joined hands with'her three little squirre'is and danced around and around with joy. They were saved from starvation, for guess what mother squirrel i had brought for them. . (Willie, don't kick baby in the mouth; those are your new shoes.) ' You could .never guess what it was, could, you? 'Well, mother squirrel had been down to Sohroer Park, and brought-'back a tew of the "nuts" who come to Mows over the relative merits of two heavy-handed wrestlers, wearing size 4% hats.-'Montreal Herald. In Memory of Wilding Recent dispatches from Sydney, Australia, say that subscriptions are to bo received-notwithstanding the disturbing effects of the war-by the Australasian Lawn Tennis association toVestablish a fund" the Interest from which will be used for a trophy to perpetuate the memory of the late Captain Anthony F. Wilding of New Zealand, .who waB, with Norman E. ,� Brookes of Australia a bolder of the Davis cu:>. i ^lie cup was regained for Australasia by the pair in the United States In 1914. Wilding emisied in the British, army; shortly after the outbreak . of the war; and was killed at the Dardanelles.' It is the. Intention of the association to give the Wilding trophy, whatever form it may .take, annually to the -winner of the Australasian ingles championship. was unable-to do so on account of the persistent left poke from the champion which had O'Leary bleeding from mouth and nose from the second round. However, � O'Leary came back strong in the 10th, and by some aggressive, work had am advantage, and also showed good form in the 11th, but in the 12th Welsh opened up and had his adversary smothered. It was a splendid boxing exhibition, featured-with a lot of pretty infighting, but was only thrilling in spots. In the" semMvindup, Kddie Moy, of New York, gave Eddie .Fingard, of Winnipe.tr, a beating in 10 rounds, but the local boy-stood up and fouuht his more experienced opponent all the way. t ����� : �� HAMILTllERS MADE clean sweep this year Hamilton, Nov, 15.-The Inter-Provincial Kugby Football Union closed Saturday with . another victory for the champions, the. Hamilton Tigers, over Ottawas, .the third placo team, 7 to 2. The Tigers thus went through the entire series without a defeat. The:. game was, the liveliest plavcd here for some time, and the result was always in doubt.: Ottawas were handicapped,, too, through the absence of one of their best players, Quilty, but their play showed a big improvement; over v their last game with the locaLclub at the capital. There, was: a? bad mix up during the second quarter which affected Tigers adversely.' An Ottawa man hit Hanson .wjiile" he-was on: the. ground. Brydges protested against this, and Shuart went over to stop the dispute. He was:hit and hit back, and a free fight ensued. Shuart was put off the field on a charge that he kicked Kctchum, but ho denied it.k However, he was ruled off for the balance of the game, and Tigers ; played with 18 men. � � ',;� TELEGRAPHIC BOWLING MATCH , A telegraphic bowling .match took place Saturday evening between the star bowlers !of Calgary and iloose fjaw. The Oalgarians won by a total of 304 pins for three games. The scores were 1 telegraphed after each game. ST .PAUL BALL PARK BURNS St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 15.-Fire of an unknown prlgin destroyed the grandstand at theflocal American association baseball park late tonight, entailing a loss of $20,000. RESULT OF : .HOCKEY ' RAID Harry Cameron and Minnie McGlf-fin are the only, players; left on the Toronto hockey 'blub. -�* The rest have been signed'toipl^yi'at the boast. ___jL'.r�i i__ New, York, Nov. 15.-The amateur standing of George Goulding of Toronto, the world's champion walker, ! is to be investigated, following charges which were made from several sources since the seven mile walking;! race at Now Brunswick, ' recently',; which Goulding, as usual, won cas-; iiy. That there will be an investigation was the declaration this morning of Charles Alberts of the Metropolitan Registration Committee. While he would not state this officially, the source would seem to show that there, is no question of the authenticity of the report. > GOULDING DENIES CHARGES Toronto, Nov. 15.-George' Goulding, the world's champion walker, today gave a fiat denial of charges that he had been paid to walk in a seven-mile race at New Brunswick, N. J. The champion made this statement : "I was entitled to'my expenses, and asked for them.' As a matter of fact, I didn't get them. The money for the trip was furnished in Toronto, and all the money I got was 51.55, return railway fare from New York to New Brunswick,' N.J. They gave us .a banquet and.I didn't Have to pay for that. Neither on this,or on any other occasion have I ever received a cent over expense's, and usually they have been paid in. Toronto. / "IaThave club in the n.h.a. Montreal, Nov. 15.-13. J. Livingr stone, who recently purchased the Torontos, one of the-two clubs from the Queen City in the National Hockey Association, from Frank Robinson, of Montreal, lias until November: to sell as profitably as possible his control in the other Toronto franchise, tie Shamrocks, and it is understood he is called upon to sell, for operation outside Toronto. If by next Saturday he lias not succeeded in finding a buyer at terms satisfactory to'himself the league will step in and dispose,of the franchise. Hamilton has upon soveral occasions tried to get a club in the National Hockey Association. It is possible that either Livingstone or the league may find a buyer there. FOOTBALL HURT KILLS ROOT Charleston, !1'), Nov, 15.-Paul Root, 18 years eld. fullback of1 the Eastern Illinois normal school footba'.l team, died today in a hospital here of injuries ' received in Saturday's game with the normal university of Bloom-ington, 111. He suffered a fractured skull. Cardstoti, Not. 15.-What seemed intended for a hanging-bee last Saturday evening terminated in a general ftee-fof-all fight, which resulted in a series:'of trials for assault this morning at 0.30 before Justice R. A. Gillies.. Five charges were laid as follows,: Ferdinand Rinaldi, sr., for assaulting Frank Macleod ; Fcrd. Rinaldi, jr., for assaulting Frank Macleod : Vernon Avery for assaulting Rinaldi, sr.; W. H. Poole for assaulting Rinaldi, jr.; Macleod for assaulting F. Rihaldi. jr. The first and last cases were left over until this evening because of the town constable, D. H. Caldwell, who was the plaintiff, not being prepared with witnesses. The other cases were proceeded with.' Rinaldi, jr., pleaded guilty ol assaulting Macleod, and was fined $14.50. In the Poole case the defendant ,-was proven guilty and fined $9.50 including costs. In his evidence it appeared that he had acted only with the intention of protecting Macleod, as Rinaldi, sr., had made the statement that he intended to hang Macleod, and with his sons, had set out with a coll of rope with that purpose in view,- The scene had occurred on Main street, so that a large crowd was soon in the general mix-up. Bjurstedt defeated Mrs. Hazel j In.the. Avery _ case the defendant kiss Wightman last Friday. was �accused of knocking Rinaldi, sr., ' -- i unconscious and kicking him afterwards.- Both sons testified to having seen him in the act-one having see.i all and the other having seen Avery standing over the unconscious man. The case seemed to be going against the defendant when from the audience a young man, Pilling, stepped forward and confessed to having been the man guilty of "knocking out" Rinaldi. This, of course, freed Avery and a charge was laid against Pilling, who was fined $9.50. The other two' cases were to have taken piace at 7 o'clock this evening, but owing to the non-appearance of Rinaldi, sr., Macleod was dismissed. The cause of the whole trouble was not brought but in the trial, but it is' well known that Macleod and the Rinaldi men havje been on unfriendly terms for some time past. - Up to the .time, of writing nothing has been heard of Rinaldi, sr. San Francisco, Cal., Nov. Jo.-Mlsa Molla Bjurstedt of Norway, holder of the woman's American national championship, scored another victory in the round robin tennis tournament which concluded here today, by defeating Mrs. May Sutton Bundy, who herself once wore a championship crown. The score was 10-8, 6-2. Miss Hotchkiss For the first seven games Mrs, Bundy played all around tlie champion, >but lost her steam in the eighth and from then on, as Mrs. Bundy's play lost force and precision, Miss Bjurstedt steadily improved, and won easily. In the second set of an exhibition IS AN IDEAL POOD FOR CHILDREN It aid* th* dlfaitlan of otfwr food* The Method of Voting in Subscription Conti mixed doubles, Clarence Griffin turned his ankle. It was reported later that the Injury was serious and might lceep him �iut oi tne game for some time. .'.-,.  * � * STECHER REAL GRAPPLER Joe, Carroll Seems to Have Right Dope on Nebraska ... Wrestler ' A Ni-o Purse . Hal Hoy, Dick McMahon's pacer, .car-rled off the $20,000 stakes, the feature event' of the closing day of keeping the price of clothing at the just and proper figure-Help Us-Suit or Overcoat Made-to-Order, $20. No More, No Less. The Scotland Woolen Mills Co. �f ? 00*'>** Joe Carrtfl seems to have had the right dope jon Joe. Stecher, the husky Nebraska plow 'boy who is making a cleanup (inathe wrestling game. Recently Joe^ told how tho wise Mikes from Chicago dropped their bank rolls betting on Charley Cutler td beat Joe Stecher at Omaha July 4 last. Joe simply wound his long 'egs around the fat mid rib of Cutler and squeezed all the'fight out of him. The other night1 at Lincoln, Steelier made short work of Gus Schoenlin i Araericiis) and Gus is no slouch ou the mat. Joe Carroll says there is absolutely no chance to "~fix things with Stecher-as be is just a plain boeb who goes out to win every time, and is totaMy devoid of the culture which nip.keis trimming the sucker one of the most pleasant of pastimes for the mat men. Any man who can beat Stecher can put a blanket mortgage on Dodge county, Nebraska, for the farmers there will bet the bank roll and the family plate and put next year's crop in hock on him any time he starts. And that goes, no matter who is his opponent. They Differ in Portland Down in Portland the scribes refuse to follow the good old Canadian custom in designating places on the hockey line-ups as goal, point, cover-point, etc. Goal is all right with the Portland folks,, but point and cover-point appear, in the line-up as right and 'left defence, and with tne forwards it is right, left and centre attack. However, Portland is developing into a great hockey centre, and besides a rattling fine pro. team, the Rose City has dozens of amateur clubs and the game promises to boom again this season. For, Emergencies When you have a bilious attack, or "When* you feel illness coming on-promptly move the bowels, start the liver working and put your entire digestive system in good shape with a dose or two of the time-tested You will welcome the quick relief and often ward off a severe illness. Beecham's Pills : are carefully compounded from vegetable products-mild, harmless, and not habit-form' ing. Buy a box now. You -don't know when you may need Beecham'g Pills. A reliable family remedy that always Should Be at Hand blatant S*k> of Amr Madicin* in tha Wwt*. lethbridge again 3 (COXTtKUKD f110m FnOHT PAGE) ; fry A shortage of cars is facing the farmers. Proper storage facilities at Leth-bridge, where they could be made the greatest use of,' -would relieto this condition .tremendously, by releasing the cars in three time's less the time. All this was pointed out last night to the. meoting in forcible manner by President Marnoch and others who spoke. Mr. Marnoch wired to the grain commission this week, pointing out the situation, and the inaccessibility of the storage elevator at Calgary, and pav debts and to pay oil their threshing expenses. - ��''..'...;'' G. \V. Green said the elevators at Lethbrjdge had. not been full yet. this season, nnd no farmers had. been turned away. He said, however, that the only solution was a.storuge elevator here;; and; now was the opportune time to agitata for one. In 1913 he said,^from;It) to 12 million bush-erls ceutred. here, lie believed this would be doHbJpd this year. From this, he estimated that $90,000 - in Jejd alone would be left in the district, by havjiig'. a , storage elevator and cleaning nloiit here. Considerable discussion arose as to wjiether the-above /|uoted telegram shquld to forwarded to Premier Uor-. den or tivvtho:g''ain commission' first. Mayor Ha$jioJ and Mr. Green supported tjieJIidea that tl.c matter should l\ijmM$mben up -with the grain cQmrnissjol and this' was dually ajireed. ^-*"WMT Apparently not all the candidates understand the method of voting. The standing in the paper will be published again tomorrow. The high vote last Saturday was 35,000. A number were able and did the vote limit. Others who may have sufficient votes on record either remained stationary or added a small number to their scores. As stated,, for the present the limit is 10,000 votes above the highest of the previous standing. For tomorrow any candidates who wish and have the votes may have 35,000 added to their names. Later the limit will be removed, but the rule is enforced now to avoid sky-rocket voting by candidates who would make a "splash in a pan" after having a little extra good luck, with the evident intention of running away with the contest or scaring candidates who have not already begun work. After all, it is the plodder-the one who kaeps constantly on the "job"- who gets results, .Hard work-and a rest tomorrow is not tha^ method. Put thought into your Remember that every, man or wol who can read is eligible to subset Hare your promise book ready.' jot down every call-back-and, wA you call at tho stated time. Don** too insistent. If you approach who is busy, make a note of th*?. and come back another time. TtfJ new subscribers. You get at, - of votes for a "new" as tot Ml and the 'tnew is the easiest to We can not suggest to where they may canvass. Einsu sure not to he profitable to  til town where there is an actlTt time, and his demise was'a pected. The funeraL will'be* der the auspices ofvtnevK Pythias lodge, No. 24, and place from the residence, on street at 2 p.m. on Wednssda. ember 17, proceeding to-t]ietm In Mr. Kettles' death Is'they of another of Pincher Crea' timens, for although the decea only in his 32nd year, he had tinction of being the first white M born here. He had made this4 home during the entire periodvot'l life. .EleBides, nls iwido^f.tan* M children, he leaves his father, 'm4ti one sster. and two: brothers, all*,! dents here, to mourn .his,:loss,>'^| family have many friendi Wflo J cerely sympathize with them, �tq their sad affliction'. , . ,' * ' Snow Disappears The snowfall of last week hjufi, drifted away before'f.a'?si*iotfjJl which lasted about sixty hours.' ( t Sunday afternoon, something S$f resembling a chlnook wasjn | for a considerable time.v Con Jy threshing on a large scale la| being carried on in full: force.4 v And GsU Them' In the beginning woman tras fled with one bone from^a maa now she wants aUhU^ earnings. I ji 1 i ' v'' My personal opinion. ef"j}a�j^pM|fi8 I know of nothing-'like .it r'':,Mpy,iB^|.l�W �ict people of my charge, I have proredj absolute fact tiiai. for old nounds, cut*, tcionr,' skin diseases, Zam-Buk is really marvelloui.'"-rR�Vv; D. MacLEOD, Harcourt, N.B. % and I 'suffered'foV yeirf practically evcrythingyinvfi Zam-Buk cured me/aadv|i , '?ie day the last sore \vu healed there:has>bee|�-;'*oVSp of return of the disease. 7-J. JE.' A^SENAULT,7:'^ aj-ply Zdm Iluk to all cases of Kr'if.t v,........ ...... �ma, u|cnn, sbsceisps and, 0djtQ j/: have proved, Zam-BuV s1�"l ici* Am'amBm 'r-NURSE KEITH, Olds Mia V'^Kfl But | ItiitheS^g , all -round ":>vl|if mhP* ,: kno'wii. i'.i^'wmlpg oil a jp^i�|^|^ta| "tay 3 childrcu''(%k, n wi|hoytir.',-i*^WSJtVlLLlERS, >*taoU(x(naSt;; Mo i disease; worst...'ca�e� 5780 2347 394 ;