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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta rUESDiV. NOVEMIHSR 21, 191B THE IJCTHBRIDGE DAILY HRflALD PAGE THREE HERALD SPORT SECTION Besi Bill Ever Seen Here Lilted Up for Ross-Cohen at Majestic Tomorrow That til Lethbridge Sports and Amusement Club is out to give the (aus run for Air money at the KosK-Conon go in the Majestic on Wednesday night ot thlwcek. Is evident from the preliminaries to the have been led up at last. A special effort has been made with the prelim- inaries. Thitsual.Wd Dffalre have been cut out, and some hoys of note .ire Jimmy bush, who will .stage the first bout of three rounds, shoil put up a classy exhibition. Jimmy Lush can put up a nice exhibition up agalnat an opponent who makes him work. And Jlmn j Kraser will that. Fraser has been Joe Bayley's sparring partner e Bayley has rrked out for many of his contests. He Is clover with the mitts and will sho'up well. But the lib Is particularly pleased at securing Andy Russell from Cal- gary for a ti round go with "Kid" Evans. No need to introduce Kid Evans to LettrldKe fans. He Is almost as popular as louni; Boss and has shown up Win past appearances, ilussell claims he welterweight cham- pltmahip of tl province. He comes from Calgary, but even that fact dpesn t weigh agaiMMni for he is a sweet scrapper. The four round mill between these two hoi will give the fans a line on them, and it they show up as well as oxpeci, it is ten to one they will be seen in action here over the ten-round romin the near future. Little ncebe said of the main go. Actions speak louder than words. The fans kno-und like Ross. They have seen Cohen work out, know his erouchy style id clever defence. look to see the bout go ten rounds. Hundreds of ti from the country points are already booking seats for they know thev areplnK to see the best mill in the history of the city. Ross and Cohen wifcoth appear at the smoker tonight in the Alberta gym, so fans can get ast line on them. Sweet Graj'fans want to see Ross in action, and have asked him to meet Art Yardiere in a mill at a nearby date. EASIERN FOOTBALL DOPE WAS ALL UPSET The Herald "Two Bits" Fund For Tobacco for the Soldiers o o BOWLING GAME POSTPONED "Y" and G. XJlay Tonight at "Y" Gympirls Will lso Horni i The basketball me at the night promises toi a thriller. The Don't slack up in your efforts to boost the Tobacco Finul for the soldier boys In the Keep a steady stream of two bit piucos coming Into the Herald olfice, where they will be acknowledged and turned over to the local treasurer of the fund. The other 'day the Two Bits r'und turned over 'to W. A. 11. Coco., honorary Ireasurer of the Overseas Tobacco Fund here, a for Two Hit donations iuot yet acknowledged are: .1. Harris, illrs. J. G. Stuart Scott. Miss Nora jMaeleod, J. F. Macletnl. 11. II. llacleod, Winnie Stilt. BRITISH LINES SHELLED London, Nov. the niylit our line was heavily shelled of says today's official statement from trio French front. "To the right of our new front a hoitlle patrol fell Into our hands. Enemy trenches were suc- cessfully raided at Gommeeourt, and in the neighborhood of Roc- lincourt and Ypres." Most of Them Sit in Church- Canada in the Crip of Combines FOP Piles Pyramid Pile Treatment I) Vied AJ Homo and Hai Saved a Vait Number from the Honor Of Operation. Don't permit a dangerous operation ror plica until you liavo seen what Pyramid Pll'j Treatment can do tor you the privacy of your own home. Winnipeg, Man.. Nov. anrl; bitter denunciation of existing social.] political, religious and buslneBS con- Would ditions was made today by Kev. a. Bland. D.V.. of Wesley college, in un address on the "Church of the Twen-j tieth delivered before hun-, FOR ISI POSSIBILITY Grow Flax Here iirge Scale to Feed Such a Mill dreds of elders and Uncertainty of the Game Shown 'BOSS and Bobby Giimor Macleod. 11. It. Macleod, dreils of eide Lillian Hennett. A. J. session of the By Result of Games- Yale Surprise OSS a i these donations were turned over with the 352.60 cheque. The other four j since that time bring the total collcct- ed by this fund to date up to New York. Nov. foot- ball teams threw form to the winds in several games Saturday with the re- sult that the closing days of the sea- son Ilnd the gridiron situation badly complicated. Princeton, with the beat eleven that has represented the Orange and Black in several years, fell a comparatively easy victim to Yale. Harvard, with a second string combination, was overwhelmed by Brown. Dartmouth was held to a tie, by West Virginia and the Army had I difficulty in defeating Springfield. The outcome of the Yale-Princeton game was typical of the uncertainties of football as played Saturday. The Tigers, with a veteran team and a coaching system advanced into its second year, were routed by an eleven that has played erratically all season out detracting from tho efforts ot the Ulne it can be said that Princeton was Westminster Some ministers at synod in' m Edmomon, Nov. possibility of tho! of BolaK more largely Into the culture .trUdii., i.nlnts are- Sof nax tho western provinces, on "If he "u rh s to be alive 15 ve.n, U scale that will permit the establish- 11 un m ni u-. Oipon.1 tnflnnfiirtnrv from now he will be fiKhtingtrnent of :i branch thread manufactory at. some point, yet to his decided upon. "It not reviled, if nrnke by OH-r no enemies, we are accomplishing nothing. We are dead." "Canada is reeking with injustice, organized, legalized injustice, farm- j ors worklngineu are plundered by I trust and combines lhat breed in the Barbour. of the well Known Helfast firm of thread makers. Mr. Barbour was recently In Edmonton and from for business in the Excellency u.c Devonshire appeared at his first public function in the capital this morning, when he inspected the 202nd regiment from Edmonton, Alta., j commanded by JL.ient.-Col. V. E. Bow- en. The battalion, which presented a fine appearance, marched by the Gov- ernor-General on Connaught Square, inspected by His Excellency Ad- mastory of the lori depends on the result and both G. X. are out to win. Besides tliact thai ihu 'A and G. X. are figt% tor first place it develops Uiat ajhe "Y" players learned the gamcWc while tho G X. men all it on other floors So it will la clash butwoen the Home Brews 1 the .Invaders. The girls of Knox "Y" will stage a game prior to the Kh between the league teams. The contestants itthe big .-an-.e will line up as follol "Y" 1 G. X. Kane Guard Lund Davis Guam Hay Dunsworth QenJ Mclvor Jones Forward! Tailing Irwln Forward! Skelth Spare Slid and Green A small admission ieK'ill be chart- ed. {r Owing to the desire of so many of the bowlers to see the big show at the Majestic last night, the bowling game in the City League schedule between the" Elks and the Mercs was postponed. It will not likely be played tonight as a couple of the" Merc players avail- able. The game will be post- poned indefinitely. The Herald and the I. H. C. are drawn to play Wednesday night, hut the fans all want to soe the Ross- Cohen go, so that game also will be postponed till Thurs- day night, unless arrangements can he made today to play it off tonight. Lral Railway station. inspection the Duke said: "This is the first opportunity I have had of in- ijnio H. u.- specting a Canadian battalion, and I tlal was Its'Sssful jam pleaW withdrew from the field and they are somewhat afraid that Sinclair, the CHRISTMAS LETTERS AND PARCELS FOR TROOPS IN FRANCE London. Nov. letter for the troops in France should be h London by December 15, parcels b} December 11- The name' and addres of the sender must be outside, other wise they will he refused. millionaire o professional hockey vense. rnaX an attempt to revive league to Side New York, Brooklyn the defunct league. Then there is Boston but it is j the pending suit of the Baltimore probable tlithe amateurs will have'dub for unlimited damages, also the call agltdurlng the coming win-] staring them in .the face. Hence 'the ter, though Virst-clasfi league along] desire of the major league magnates, the above fcs would, no doubt, j more particularly the National league prove a proposition. j section, to placate the Baltimore out- Sfc in March I fit. They doubtless assume that if Manager of the St. Nlcho- Dunn's. city is.given a. franchise ill a las rink wilV-obably arrange the j so-called major that the suit, will be annual hockey series, to, dropped and the Feds headed off. take place during the; There1 is a possibility that the Wash- amateur j ington club will be transferred to The local post office has received n _.......- instructions about the names and at man, may, out of re- dresses of senders appearing on let ters and parcels, but it is advised b the officials. FAME OF LOCAL FIGHTER SPRADING The fame of Charlie JomJ local t22 pounder, who earned suclii repu- t tation by. beating Sadowski 14three lasc round go at the RoBS-BrussdBatch, is spreading. The Calgary want s to see him In action and hav.jisked e the n boyft th ff unit th him to met a Cow Town boy carnival to bo pulled off un auspices of the Sportsmen's Ptjiotlc Association. Jones Is a nlftyTOung boxer wlio should make a for himself In afcateur boxing cirl he takes care of himself. ,S IRANI) :ar at New York, _J elsewhere. Sev- who played at ihave settled here nd it is tney will ap- ear on the ]Ocal teams. Toronto and i Baltimore, hut this is considered a remote contingency. iSKATlNG THIS YEAR -Following the the Amateur TO BE NO CHAMPIC Montreal, Nov.l 8th annual meetl m-- Skating atsociatioV Canada, It is announced that PI because so many skaters havefeted, there will )e no Canadian sAgtaUng cham- pionships this winttd mcft events will not be .the s in progress. SHRAPNEL STOPP Lieut O4. H. Smith, son of Dr. Barley 8 formerly Italian consul horc, ]n the medical service overt ,mrrowly escaped death when t penetrated his pillow, i edges of his prayer and tore Into the prayer hook has been received Ueut. Smith had previ commended for the D. lantry. When the ripped and tore into thjges lt stopped at the words: them help 'from above, mightily Hofend them." GERMAN FACE SHIELDS After the the he) (CpNTINDED MOM FBOKT mets now being worn by the French poilus used to be called In the mid- dle the vliored cas- que. A Christlania newspaper an- nounces that the Germane In the trenches are now wearing shields to protect their faces against projectiles. The vizored helmet Is of steel, fasten- ed by two belts of leather croBllng behind the head, one going around the neck, the other over the tem- ples. It Is pierced by two small holes at the height of the eyes, and Its lower edge is rolled-over to the right, so as not to get in the way when fir- ing their rifles. Don't stop subscription-getting an vote-Betting when you have seen a all friends, or acquaintances. Be gin on strangers. If they see that yo are realy in earnest.in your effort they will glvp. up their support. Don't stop when yo.u have thoroug' ly canvassed your town and territor You are allowed to get votes and sn scriptlons anywhere. Go to the neig towns arid villages and see tb farmers near your town. Don't be skeptical of your chanct dead only scorched." "What sympathy does the church jow to labor in its slow and hard ght for living "Corrnpi politics, graft, patronage irrupt elections why doe lurch tackle these as it did the liquor The speaker was roundly applaud- Mr. Barbour finds the Canadian west I adapted to the culture of ch he regards as a highly crop. Most of the product used bv the Belfast thread makers is grown in Ireland, but the heavy war burdens, by which mill owners are compelled to pay a monthly tax of one shilling on each of their employees, have made it almost imperative that a new field of operations be secured in the near future. The Harbours em- ploy a working force of 9000 hands, and the tax therefore becomes prac- tically prohibitive. If they establish an industry In the west, they will probably bi-ing of their skilled employees over from Ireland to man the mills until Canadian labor is available. In the meantime the Do- minion government is to be approached patronage, j a to securing some encour 53 IlOt the tnr flnv prnwiue ill the West btT Pyramid Forecl No case can bo called hopeless un- less Pyramid PIlo has been tried and has failed. by tho ecoro from people who believed their cases hopeless are in our flics. Thoy fairly hreatlia the Joy of the writers. Tfcat Pyramid Pile Treatment your- nelf. Either get a. 50o- from your drufitflat or mail tho cou- pon below rlcht for perfectly, free trial. TREE SAfflPLE COUPON PTRAMID DRUG COMPANT. CM Pyramid UMe.. Mareholl. MJoh send me a Fre9 aumplo ot ID wnpper BENNETT WANTS CO-OPERATIONf OF NEWSPAPERMEN Toronto, Nov. Bennett and Secretary C. W.----- son, the National Service Commis- sion, arrived in Toronto Saturday. "This i.H no time for said the! member for Calgary, "and I nothing to say. Later and before long, perhaps, I shall make a statement to the newspapermen, as I want their, co-operatiou. I shall have their aid, too, regardless of politics." l I IOT flax growing In the west- ern provinces. "WIFEFIHDS RELIEFJOfli ta Laekati HUU, 7.0- MJ to tike OIH WEAR RUBBERS TO SAVE SHOES Economical Housewife Is Girt ing this Advice to Mem- bers of Her Family to Defeat High Cost of Shoes 0'.. ril iSa in Ottawa, Nov. Ottawa Bven- ig Free Press says: "Recruiting nio- _ious are boing chanced. With Gen. lushes out there has been a quiet lift, from new battalions to reinforce- ment drafts. "There will be few, if any. more ifantry battalions authorized. Au- lorlties have come to the conclusion lat the number of Canadian infantry egiments has reached a number which lould not be Increased. "The practice has been to authorize opular, conspicuous and energetic len to undertake the raising of a bat- allon In his territory. Continence in im by the men of the locality has een counted upon as a powerful fac- er in attracting men. Men have been nlisted with the assurance that they would go to the front with the colonel whom they knew and with battalion uperior officers with whom they were amiliar. This has attracted a good lany waverers. many months authorities on he other side have adopted the prac- ice of breaking up battalions soon Liter their arrival in England, and ending the men to France In com- lanies or sections as reinforcements or seasoned regiments ot' Canadian 'eierariB. Commanding officers have teen left in England, while their men lave been sent to France. Few offi- cers fresh from Canada with rank ligher than subaltern have been al- owcrt to cross the channel. Even vith subalterns the policy has been recently largely to bring up conspic- lously "efficient men from the ranks. The personal appeal ot the popular man for Canadian colonel is there- fore largely a thing of the past. "The new policy will be to raise men [or reinforcement of regiments which are at the front, and which have gained glory in fighting. Every part of Cana- da is today represented at the front tweUtt Mj wile U now mjie ut ill W ilimv. I MT W ttU trW OUt KLL5. StovbMIOB." in Mil Ob WUJ a toi, or lor Ths economical housewife oot- fitting her family now with rubber footwear (or the fall rains and winter snows. She la doing thii because she knows that rubber is the only staple article that has de- creased in price since.. the war began, and that rubber shoes ,and overshoes cast no more now than they did before, while leather has reached a price that la almost pro- hibitive. Save your Shoes by Wearing: Rubbers" is the thrifty advice to her family. Rubbers cost no more than they did two years ago, leather has advanced over 50 per cent. The British Government has made cheap rubber possible. Show your patriotism by buying rubbers and to your leather shoes. Made in Canada Printed in Lethbrldge GREETING .....tl YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OWN GREETINGS PRINTED ON YOUR CARDS IF YOU GET THEM AT THE HERALD JOB DEPT. Daughters of the Em- pire and Bed Cross Hale at Hudson's Bay Store Tomorrow. by such units. There Is local pride In their performance. "For the popular colonel there has been substituted the appeal of the glorious regiment. "It is believed this will bring the men to the recruiting offices as effect ively as did the old policy." FARMERS TO WORLD'S SERIES Dyers. Nov. ri'aaithy fanners in this vicinity yes- terday leased 320 acres to be planted to beans neit spring. At the same time they formed an agreement that the proceeds or such part as Is neces- sary will be used to defray their ex- penses to the world's series base- ball games next year. CAUSED THE DEATH OF CAPT. BOELKE London, Nov. McKay, prominent locally as an athlete before ho Joined the British flying corps in France, was responsible for the death of Captain Boelke. the noted German aviator, according to a letter received today from the British front. McKay and another aviator, the communication said, routed a squadron of 12 German airplanes and by clover manoeuvring caused tho last two of thorn to collide and one of them, which fell to the ground, carried Cap- tain IJoelk- ATTENTION! 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