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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATimbAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1917 nre; mn.Y ]rrnXr.D PAGE THHEE "BRINGING UP FATHER" >y G. McManug I SOLD YOUR COAT; Ross of Victory Taylor and Anderson Sign J. Berg May Wtestle Here Telejrraphic Bowling I-engue Dates .Are Starts Dec. 3rd If Al Moore Is following hi' schedule ho should arrive In LetL- bridge Saturday "oventag at -f-1j> from' SlonUna, via Coulls., The fans are amloij? to Eel a line on (lie man who Is said to be so much belter Ih'an ike Cohen that he should get the decision over Ross next Friday, evening. Arrailgc mcnts are -.telng made for public workouts -wiichMlic fans 7111 bo ablo to see .Moore In action. "I'm not worrying about Moore'1 f aaid Al iioss dUcusslng Ihc com- ing bout. can't tough.- er'j'l'nan- ifte 'Impps- aible.r I'm ia the'best ot come but'wlth' my'strtng' ot victories, .in; Lethurldge uu-, :-Jtnbw 'Moore.but considers from the men he has met that he is a rood mm. Frank 'Taylor, Jack's brother, was the clly yesterday and de- tails are practically eettled for him and Walter Anderson lo go to the mat in Lethbrlds'o on Tues- day evening, December 11. Frank hVs -ill the.confEdence in the world that he will put 'the giant, hors de comoal when they nieef.' It would not be surprising If John Berg ot Spokane, who had Jack Taylor under Jherp abtrat'lhree woujd be. action --here th'av winter. olti.'.' Nego'tlijUoDa .have'; been 'offaei 'with him. A' match between and Andersoa would- decide Anderson's.- calibre. Jor the "NoMe Art of Self Defence' '-TEine ;Spoijt Boning bouts oil the way from six lo lifleerv rounds-arc permitted In praetlcalljr orc-ry city .'n Canada. Van- couver la'one al the Here the ivlHhurltJe'E'.-.Irown 'on. the -boxing (fnmo and a law prohlbitg Ijolits of more" than [our rounds' diirn- inn. Victoria; Calgnry, cine. Hat, Winnipeg. Kofi William, Toronto, O'l- lawa, Mdnirculi Hamilton and Kings- ton', ;arc a'foV Canaillfn clllca where Iho sport' is encourngetl, where the. nuthbrltles realize the o( physical fllncss of. the younger elor mpn'' ft. lias been arenrt thai proteailoriBl bouts degrading; thai they'.attract nn iundcslrable and Dial no Bioil c'qmcs, rrora ;them. When It la. pointed out-thst sportsmen's asso- clalJoris" In Vnd Toronto COLLAR President Leo Flngard, of the Western Canada Bowling auocb- tlon, hat Juet about cotruilcted ar- ranaementi for the telegraphic bowling match between the Weal- em provinces. He proposes to make tt patriotic and has cu sit the clubs to make a smalt charge and give the pocceds lo Rome patriotic The sport- ing of each city will handle the event and wire to the Free Preti, Winnipeg. The achedule for Ihs rfrst round as follows: December 3 Winnipeg vs. B rand en. December 5 Refllna, Saska- toon and Weyburn. Dectmtwr 7 Lethbridge Calgary. Vancouver geU a bye. Lethbridgei bowlers stand a good'change In the tetegraphlc; league Jflhey_Veep up the pace they have been golrjg lately. Shiv-- er, Sloan, Harrison, Dick-. coon, several r mjye-of them" have been hitting the mapleK In the old groove with.j Jitely a re I hot ImpowlbTe.1 The Mocalii- rolled 974 againct Baront the tfme -sout thic wason, and the IP Work In the-wire league will be worth" Watching.'-1--- LITC contributed UionVonds of d to tlie patriotic staRing pro- ilqnaL bouts vrhich Aid not-attract an undesirable foUowlnj, ,11 can hot said'that any; birm has resulted. Any sport, pro' duccs Eopft-feguHsV ,Until 11 ,a given a trial IL Is bard.y tatr [t, undesirable and n6t In the Interests of corhmentV -A' 3. Qarvcyj 'EDMONTON BASKETBALL Ynrully oTenrhelmed Edriioalon Yr M. C; In the flnt. game ot (be city league bj- BS lo 22? The lollqwink'.TTH the Vars- ity -i. Varsity: SpacXoiAQ '-RUnton, forwards; taat, centre; Robertson and B4nks defense. No to Mplaln tlie T's defeat with Spactoiaa and Hoberladn In VarsJly.Jineup. vi'- vv Uncertainty of Fate of Players .in Is the Reason Vancoin-cr, NOT.-' openipg .games "In Ihc Pacific Coast'Hockey i League have from.De fccnibcr 1 to Decembor'SS, Recording to nn nrinounceinent made bjT Provident Frank Patrick. Uncerlalnl.es. connected the Army, draft In Canada arc largely re sponsiblc tor the .postponement. Presl dont Patrick cxnlaincd elation-was not asking, eioinpilon for any players, who l.ad to use their own Judgment In responding lo the call for military duly. r. Al present Ibcre is not enough ma lerlBl In. Bight-ror four Is hopcil that.by tho end of Dccembcj situation .ir.ill have 4 HYLkND CETS'EXEMPTION Montreal, Nov. llriaa'd, well tmoVn hacker player, was grBTitert exemption, bit without stipulations, as In Cleghorn's 'caw, It Is UabagbU Hyland will not, play, 4 .hockey tils aeaAn tot tear the military .aatjioHtM" ulfH-'ap- peal his being cMmpim. f A Few Trouble Savers Mkhelin Mutk aid Ceffleat Cementlm Patchet. r Sflwntol Iborel JoMf1 VolctnMn. MtlUricMt, ami'.- find tUi t. jbu Motor JPiBurlors .THE HOUSE OF FIFTti New fork, NTqr.. JMemlah A of the American Truth Society ani editor of "Th puhllcallon recently barret from tho today Indicted or] Ihcr charge of rlolMlng the Espionage Act 'nti the postal laws, -f The Ball Publishing Company. Inc., S. Adolph Stern 'and. Luther :S. connecteff company jrere'aliio Indicted on the The indictments were .fetnrn-v cd la the United atafes dictrlct coaH. and Stern apsearecl hefor6 Xtderal Judge arn pleaded not guilty, ball fixed at and Stern's al Stern Is business manager SUiPENlp TIEMPERANCB'ACT Otlairs. of the Caniidii Terapt'rurice Act Is to' rw ires1- pcrfUft In Iho N'orthim- hcflaitd, Y6rk and Carlcton. N.D. "Thli r.in nVfereace lions -The proflaclal law of New Brunswick, It Is pointed tint hire, as until restrictions on trtftle Kqnor ks iott fed.ir', il Snijtaslon continues ii lotg aa the prorlucltl lair tuck Camouflage The Camouflage col, Got ditched m Laal Salurdiy. regisier "n vow hereafter When Interfere with camouffago We'll cut out Tho politics. And the cynical onti Need make no run v That camouflage end polit Are merely one. We Kill edmil L There's a lot Of In. politics.. M I nfi candidate Kisses (lie 1 '-'Wlthijul fAf, 1 That's Its Uio billy one And br'yhen the candidate ladj- voters: "v ID the audience 0 That his wife i Is'bois at home He means It Tor camoutlago v it's not. He told the truth, And didn't know il. But about the very worst Trpe of CDraouflage ever run across In our, young" i Js what they .call fTlaaJwajia I 700. It Qaku no difference your which we are i (o do freo of you :irj Iwa or roo wiafc a new Ha wWch caM we wffl Now Children Have Subscribed For a Ilond (From Our Own ConeiconflenL) Coaldale, Nov. "Good Times Club" gave an enjoyable danco last ijlplit in Ibc Jlog Grovvera' Hall. These youne pcoplo are lo be con- gratulated and supported In their cf- Turls to make tbt amusements of Hie cooiiamifty irholesomo and cltan. They should bD given, everj' assist- ance In their eTforls'to redeem the reputation made by tho last two or Ihreo dances here. The Victory Loan' campaign has been undertaken with enthusiasm. Al- most every person canvassed has re- spondptl for a larger or smaller amount. Tbe paplls of the school have decided to purchase a bond. ID Ell, over has already been sub- scribed. .Two fnrm sales were -held fn this i tlistrlcL this "On Monday Donaldson roduccil his stock consid- erably. E. Skllprf s'oM hfs (stock and previous to moving to.the Kootcnay district In liritlsh Columbia.. On Thursday of last ircek miss Vis- tula MartJD, number ol small'jnends nt-a birthday party. The -House' was, prettily; decora Led 'for and. idonoVb'r y'the .young hostess .to make the .occasion enjoyable. After the b'rthday'caip.yvas 'eolcD; games played, etc., the giiesla Tvere conveyed to their homes each bearing souvenir of -Iho occasion. Mrs! B. S. Pawson and children ac- companied by her Mr. and Sirs. McQovi-ell of IlUnbia on Wed- nesday TnornlnE'.Ior-Lonp. Beach, "Cal., where ilhoy will "spend the winter. Kr.-Pawson will jola- them In about a months'- time. was received here on Sunday j evening .ol'lhe death in action on Oc- (tober 26th of Corp. F. AV.Suggitt trno I enllsledr from here in February 1916 end Wrs. H. A. Ut left at once for'tlifi old homo .urla; 111.; to be of comfort and sup- nrL lo the father, Mr. Jamca Siiggltt, n whom tho blow fell inosL severely. THrs. "J.Thlon bl Cowley, Is t tlm liomc of her Mrs. Jl Suggtti, here. The LcihbrMgc. mate quirtelto met willi a bcarty reception here on Sun- ,ay afternoon. -Favorable EAT PLENTY OF POTAT.OES Now thalrthe .country's'bfimper pd- alo crop is'flowing, Into markoti In .n' ever-Increasing stream, the sria louscvllu will lako'adrantage or thi :liean Source ot starchy tood and will on tho dinner giro the tubers a very.Jnipiirtanl place It Is well k'nown.thal potatoes arc a nutritious nnd healthful food, ol which one may cat freely jrilliout ill effects As a Diatter of fitci, aay the depart rocnt speclallsts.'.lhcro is. HometlilnK more iThlch can te.said for t'oa iwlalo !or, the liberal cons'iirnptloh of then helps to supplj; the body Tylth alkaline sails n-hlch It needs for normal heath. Eat- more -jrotalofci, for breakfaiii, lunch, illnnor or 'sapper, llierfore, ivhlle they a're (he spec- ialists, to the adranlRgc of both your heallh riiid your pocketboqk. On the Sad Truth Lord Rosebeiy once spoke of public libraries as the burial grounds of literary aspirations. Thousands of books lie on the shelves, unread, neglected, dusty or mildewed. There are many parallels in commerce. Take cigars, for instance.'. There is only one "lasting" NOBLEMEN CIGAR, but there are hundreds of 2-f or-a-quarter come and go like summer flowers. Smokers recognize in DAVIS' "NOBLEMEN" CIGAR a cigar of peculiar merit and distinction. The "Noblemen" Cigar, occupies auniqueplaee- in the smoking world. IT IS MILD-YET EXQUISITELY FRAGRANT. S. DAVIS A SONS LBiUTED, MONTREAL -393 on theJr sinking were-beard on eyeryl side. We hope t> o shall. Lave Lho pleasure' of bearing hem.. 'N l- 'The Increased slzs of the'eongrega- lon on Sunday is an evidence el the nlerest la special singing al'si' church service. Her. J. Jawcelt. Is BejihnlDg'a series Bible: "studies 'on ThursdaV evening, lo be' continued liroughunl the winter.- Ladles' Aid' met, on WedneV day-afternoon at tha homo ot'Mrs. Mitchell. V -The C.S.E.T. addressed on Wednesday evening by Miss .Ross oa llie 'subject of .I'Hj-glene." JThe Women's Institute Is holdtnj.a meeting In .the Saturday 3IIr; It. J. Baldr.T has roconljr been appointed a commlEaioncr. [or1 taking affidavits. Hev. Fawcetl hns ceived'Borne pure.bred poultry of the Hhode Island Red varlcly" Of the number received or, tivo nro par- thjularly a lien your Correspondent (loss not know her namc.'has a sale price record of'JaO, another, a rooster, holds a medal for liaring been tho finest bird male or Fort'.Wil- liam and..Port Arthur Poultry Show, We are Just, wondering if .those.'are factors In the of production of eegs these Sara. Nor is'lir.'Faw- cctl the'only--one tntiiilgliig Jn.lilgb class J. J. Leggier, has re- cently Trio'nlpn irnich promises-to produce eggs when they aro'75'cents'to Jl'.OO- "Wm: Rnndall. of. Lethbridge 'is tha new inspector of hay. for-.Oifl 'Farm' Products, Limited, at this point. Mr. R. Baldry, buiy Ih'eBa diys prenaringjne "voters'-list for'lha cbii- :ng "With IhQ new War Tlm'a STectlbn Act In force the, enumerator's" task is made more dlfflcnltV 's.-' .Mr. N..J. suiilb shop and to.'ilr.1 Brent ot Lethbrldge. Mr." Bi-e'nt has rented Mr. TJios. home ;.and will move his family Bbortly.: H: I: Baldr-r Is-'spending daya.Uila week'on a butlneas.trip tp. Calgary. ISIrs. S. Pan-son DU completed her canvass at the ths Bed Cross Any.-svho hare QTer- louketi, or Tvhp have not psJd their mlb: scriptloh.'or paying scripllona are- requested to hand the sniuq' to R. 'J. .Gould! -ffho ---fl.ll-TIs8uq rccelpis and forward! fundB to tbV of- V. fice in "Lothbridge: The committee from tho Women's Inslltule, '-woo havo had this chai-Ee'-'anil under, Whom- Mrs.'PaTrson-haj b'cen V are particularly 'T-rell llio courteous rcccptlin 6d and, wish' to' thank Cdaldale. and community for th'etr liberal Iho Red'Cross" Sir. anfl MrE. J. J. Leppier, accom- panied by Mr.-.and laft on'TuurMay-. inort Diolor trip to They look ial'r'lghV' Tou accept them Aa (he real goods.' I t _ And then Makes joa smoke 'cm oulr-ldc. And Hat raises the qu'.sllon Askcl by "1-lto" -.Why It Is Thai the mortality In the brtapl portct jay young M04 per "r. ,TThan UIB mortality i ,.01 breast p< nirried meat. put'off''131 tomorrow trie Boncfc.youjcan bay -today.. Tbe OW. Worki fMrdcnabk pride in twentf yean'-recwd at baQden ot good, tef- nceabk aaitaMbifei of dtttiaKtive desijn and pleat- 'Tfie Oldsitioalle alwij-a been lo ati in motor or ivorth. TM aent and daujhitrt fkrt drove OltftmobilM find their enhanced 'by 'rMnti of the latter djy Of, U N10 N AN K MAWKY .'Ay ;