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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta AY, NOVEMBER 29, 1915 THE I.ETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE September wo paid th Cluiina uiuounUng to :qst to the uasurod of only returning to tliolr Itolrs 0 lor every aid UB by tlio asijui'eil. IT PAYS to Insure with thu UAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA je Only Canadian Mutual. I Phone or sac S E. R. J; FORSTER le 10th St. South. INKS ON Hit It Changeable I do declare, ilk of Mabel Tiec; i'ave hcurd Lliat slie won't wear complexion twice. Capability jless man i3 Atliim Stark, yet ho tries lo too the mark, lias Abet Jones, yet he raced an opportunity. I Jhc Heavyweight to see a p a. monstrous tiling, love to sco him iu invas-padded riug- :to see.a heavy iiib a massive paw. ot love to see him miss ther roughneck's to see a lus a massive punch, Us me through when e'er 1 view swinging on the lunch. nockout by Dame in Pay Streak captured the sixth t Bowie on Tuesday, lie paid the dividend of the meeting, ?174.40 straight ticket, nnd similar returns place and show. This is inatural, as he had uot finished -money in his previous ten rae- j Washingtoniaii had thrco 'oa Pay Streak, which won him When the figures went up, jg him an 86 to 1 shot, the -fcer" fainted. Off Her GamJs V. Tillinghurst, the golf humor- j responslhle for this one: i-waa on the first toeing gro.und, le lady swung on the ball, and it It on the very nose of her driv- LJnfortunate'iy, it came in sharp ct with the shin of her lord and jr, who had been standing tiaiet- j her side. jnvulaively. clasping the wounded ier, the .gentleman fell to the d, giving vent to some exceed- lurifl language. No word of jy or.sympathy fell from the Hns i lady, -but with a look oi disgust erely observed: ow, Ernest, there's not the est use of making so much fuss It, for you know perfectly well am off my game.'" ANNUAL U.S. FOOTBALL CLASSIC SETTLED BY SCORE OF 11 .TO NIL New York, N.Y.; Nov. Army football (slcvon, 'showing ;t .t, Ier sltitu of urfiniiroilnuss than thr tl. Navy team, triumphed over their An- .J. napolls' rivals here today by'a'scory of 1-1 to 0. Twice during thu'GO utes' battle between the competing academics, the soliliers hurleii a 42- ccntjmeter shell, in the person oi1 iner Q. Olijylmnt, through Mm protect- ive a.rmor in the sfii'iore' and in the gray dusk of a drizzling af- ternoon craft Bank, every gun working' desperately, brit futileUvj against the superior equipment .oC tlie Army. Cadet's .Attack' Irresistible .Although the middy team fought v.'ith unflinching courage from the op- ening shot until the. naval academy NOTE'D WINNIPEG HOCKEY PLAYER OBTAINED BY PORTLAND _____ Winnipeg, .Man., Nov. Del Irvine, tiie clover cover- point of the Monaich Hockey club for the imst years, has JicceyUKl terms with tiie Portland "club of the H.C.H.A., whore he- will join his team- mate. Tommy .Murray, who left O7i Tli.ursday Irvine was to have left tonight, but hiK transportation ilid not arrive in time, hut ho exppcts to get away tomorrow nivlit. Del is amoci? Iht: best defence players li1 UK; country, and Is noted for the iioke lie shcu'id inaku al the coast, Art, Duncan of Edmonton is on his way to Vancouver to play with the Millionaires. pennant sank from sight, the struggle availed it nothing against tho over-1 whelming power of the cadets' attack. The irresistible charges of the former Purdue .university star cou'id not bo stopp'ed by the sailors, and the West Pointers time and again. pierced the MILLIONAIRE HORSEMAN OF AUS- TRALIA ENLISTS AS A PRIVATE Melbourne Australia, Nov. 27. Civ- a man fa first and second lines of defence, at the Melbourne town ball til the Navy, was bent and exhausted days ago for enlistment. He said by its efforts to avert defeat. i.his .business was "racing. Had OiiDhant been injured in tlie I you the owner of the opening. minutes of the conflict, tho asked the surprised midshipmen might have had a chance, the middle western football bat- tering ram refused to heed the savage taeklinE that scarcely halted his mad raco- recruit- officer. he replied. Mr- Wren is Perhaps the most wide- ly known ot Australia s wealthiest rushes Through the line and around1 men. Ho owns several racecourses, _a the ends he crashed or sprinted, hurl- newspaper or two, and is Interested in in? off tackier alter. tackier, until. the! middies found that it retired the en-! great variety of industrial enter- He gave J2500 as a prize to es tire eleven to stou him at times. Since I the frist Australian to win the Mo- it was not -always possible to concen- 1 toria Cross. ys poss o trate the whole s.maa in ills path, his I "r. Wren passed all the tests and gains constituted "about 70 per cent, jprompfiy was ticketed _as a of the distance covered by the Army WILL QUIT "KICKING" dent James E. Gaffncy Would Do Away With Nuisance ston, Mass., Nov. Boston pnala, whose "kicking" tactics on 5aseb all field during the last sea- were criticized in some quarters pmproye their conduct next year, esident .Tames Ei Gaftney has bis In a letter mailed tonight to r the Braves under con- I the .club executive announces f determination that the conduct c team shall be autne criticism E KING'S JOCKEY ENLISTS [changes from the C'id Country mnco that Heibert popu f known in England as "the'King's fcv, ana enlisted for ser His last mount as King ge s horse Friars Marcus uitn n Jones won a stake at recent: Newmarket meeting iruert Jones rode also for the late Edward, both while that lament- lonarch was on the throne and when he of Wales. NIA SEVEN WILL AT DETROIT rnia, Ont, Ihp dirnia ey teim will play its first game 10 season with." Arenas of Detroit lecemher 0, on artificial ice in the TJca'h- city. The team, will this likelj be composed as fol Goal, vei point McCart r Grannary; centre, Hilman; rov- Finch: "Sht wing, McCart; left r Dodds RAVES SIGN OUTFIELDER )Bton Mass Nov L Chan an outfielder of the Macon (Ga.) i, has been signed b> the Boston onals.. Business Manager Hap- 1 announced so todaj Chanchej the South Atlantic league batsmen 914. Skates YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agtnt 407 511; It S Phone 1032 charges. No Upset or Reversal of Form For once at least this season an east ern gridiron ;battle of more than ordin- importance and interest was fought to the end witb'o.ut either upset or reve'rsal of football form. Beforo the contest the wagering favored the Army at odds .of E tu 3, and the re- sult showed -that these figures, based upon the season's play of the two teams, were not misleading. FOOTBALL FATALITIES IN'STATES NUMBER SIXiiEEN FOR SEASON Most Fataljties Are Among High Semi-Professibnal Prairie Elevens and a newly-formed regiment. He gave his age as 43. Montreal, Nov. Lustig, the New York lightweight, and Alex. Costica, of JMonticiI, fought a. bitter 10-rouud draw last riight before the Canadian Athletic club members. Old grudges, it is said, were in lS say ing was STOH THE MOMENT "RAPE'S DIAPEP. SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES. Do sonio foods you oat hit taste good, 'but work ;badly; ferment Into stubborn lumpa and cause a sick, sour, gassy .stomach? Now. Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot1 this down: Papa's by the 'buglers of the Maclcort Scouts, and as the.remains were car- Eutiaml lie innde a separation mice lor his mother of Illteeu dollars per montli arid that amount has been regularly paid since he went away. Self sacrifice for his mother and king and country was his enobling virtue and principle. A3 a soldier he was keen, smart and intelligent'. As u leader of boys he has left his imprint on Hie St. Paul's cadet corps, a corps which stands for the elements of the Indian and persever- ance. The story of his life as a sol- dier is brief and glorious. His com- mission as lieutenant hangs ill bis KIDNEY DISEASE Scouts, and as the remains were eat- olll His letters written ried to the waiting hearse, provided home to his mother ami myself show by the Mounted Police, all heads I the hardnessexperienced il were bared in token of r.spect, mid j in training, aiiil on activf lilence fell upon the vast crowd. The i .service on the continent, was endur- were not doing'theirworkaudl wasall Until He Used "Fruil-a-tives" The Great Kidney Remedy IIAUSIKVIU.E, OXT., Aug. 26tll, 1918., two years ago, I found my active' health in a very bad state. My Kidneys Dlapepsln digests everything, leaving] to this gallant boy who gave his !ile nothing to sour upset you. There j willingly for his King and Empire, never was anything so safely quick, although not called upon to do so. so certainly effective. No difference respeet shown was a fitting tribute, ;1S a jrood soldier, without coin- Hint, regret, or turning hack. The iiald statement in one of his letters speaks for itself, "The Germans arc in were a nmnbcr ot! shelling ns now, m'y horse is wound- how badly your stomach is disorder- wreaths several oi which i ed alrcadv and the sl.e'ls are whist- ed you will get happy relief in live I run down in condition. Having seen 'Frtiit.fl.tives1 advertised, I decided try them. Tb-cir nction was mild; and the result all that could be expected. My Kidneys resumed their normal action after I. liad taken upwards of a "Pane's Dlapepsln'" romps in contaci I mediately following the coilin came his helmet, 1 am to see you the course o! which ho -itli tho just van- the chief mournets, ills fatter, and; by the end of the yi-ar. j said ".ffe have gathered here to- stomach gets sweet, no j mother, three brothers and a sister, j Tnat is a Indian-thc sol- day to express our sorrow Jo gases, no .belchius, no eructations ofiall of whom seemed deeply aflected. i dicr and the true patriot. No attempt dians, especially undigested food, your head and you feel fine. Go now, thy bcsf investment you ever made, fby getting a large fifty-cent ease of. Diapepsin from any drug store. You realize hi suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. Advertise- ment. ___ iiiti uiiu viii to the mother Koljo'wing the mourners came the to varnish, but just the plain state- and father and relatives of this young Hoy Scouts, the detachment oi nmd, Next came the sudden news hero. Many of its have boys at the Mounted Police, the Home Guard, oi- that he was smitten with illness, front and there is a bond of fleers of the Mounted Police, Mayor jn., the action oi the dastardly pathy hetv-.crn us. He has fought D. Grier and Councillors and Chief i Bas. After being invalided to England by side our sons and we honor ____ ____ ___ _____ 0[ police Lawson. A very large num-, made great progress whilst in him for so doing." The Archdeacon live minutes how needless it is of the residents of the town fol-jXctley and from there it ihen addressed the Indians in their ]oweii included in the number being i was he wrote and said he v'as com-I lanpuape and in the course of Insfe- Privale Harry Watson, of the Fight- home and lunkcd forward tu 'marks to them said the white.people ing Tenth, who recently returned to spending his Christinas amongst his exfrcsscd great sympathy for the fait Maclcod minus a leg, who was in at- Okl associates. Our hopes were aroiis- j of their young bravo while lightine. tendance to pay honor to a departed I cd to a high degree of expectancy. I with his while brethren. All are sjfid, comrade whom'.he last saw on the. Last Saturday 'I was in Maclcod at heart, he ou will E WHEAI mounted on horseback. Intpfrlng Sight As the cortege proceeded slowly lie was denied the privilege ot return- sec him in the future-. meats anil going All are going, to rise after. Tov will be no option market Here today, except for coarse grains. It is not yet decided whether there -will be a cash market for wheat Toronto, Argonauts, Ont r-imners-uy, 2S yesterday, af- ternoou defeated Ilamiton Tigers, Do- minion champions, 26 to 3. The Tigers were utterly'outclassed, although the team lined uri their strongest men. SOLDIERS; NO LOSS Ottawa. Ont., Nov. 26. The Canad- ian irmv transport ser; ice under the l of Co, T and Lieut-Col. Emriiett Clarke, has made a riota'Me record in connection with the transport work of the British Ad- imraltv in sending over Can- idian forces overseas without the logs The game a heueflt tut to Olad jof a sjP8ie'man and practically with- Jlurphs the injured Argonaut out p mtLh in regard to .the who has 'been in a very critical cpn- lition in St Michaels for several weeks. .His recovery is .not expected. The sum of abaut will be turned over to him, To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMQ INE -TABLETS. monev if it fails Druggists to euro. QUIN- refund E. signature is on each hox. GROVE'S 2 c Niacara Falls Lodge, No. 83, 1.0. O 1 ded t xted a handsome new ?50, 000 temple out commissariat arrangements.for troops en route. At the present Urns the total aum- ber of Canadian troops who have act- ually been transported from Canada, is 104.600. of whom have been landed in England, while 98S have beeh sent to Bermuda and IflG to St. Lucie. In addition-nearly SOO nurses and about horses have been traiipoitid I Rev. R. 51. Hanna, of Moose Jaw, lias accepted a call to the Reck Lake, Man Prcbbj ttrmn cliurch JTJNTOK CHAMPS OF OATARIO RUGBY UNION Picture shims Toronto UnKcrilU Hrho left to Bradford, hischel Di Munroe Fox Carroll, L Douglas, Keiih warrior! has now lost his Ijfe; As an Indian he was proud of .the. blood which tldwcd through his veins. He offered no apologies for his color, liut realized with full determination that training and efficiency, would to take his place in the the aide of his white brethren. The last limn 1 saw him alive, was btfore the wat broke out He was then going to Ualgats to take ,v musketij course and as shook hands 1 "Al- bert, pnflo jourielf lo bo a man among the white and that he has proved to he Little did I think that would be the last time I see him Whtn the war broke out he was one ol the first to enlist and sailed the first contingent a man hi was one of Ooi's noblr men, true and Jaithtul in Christian dota- tions faithiul copirniimcant, knil al al) times eagei and anxious tl.o Junior O It t v wmiiuMiiiiln Fniin his [ellow i.omfadcii nearer White, Mrssoy, McPhAiaon Youak, JleOee, a to a. di Mi Carlisle (eotoU) the ffot rnojtt he U mourners who would, liked to of the licavenlj. to liini, soinnling oi' the l.xst brought tl e present at the service admission j ioTlKi good anil faithful i servici; over the hoiiy of this gallant was by ticket only, among the num- soldier tu a clobe The solemn duties lier admlltod liemg a large prouori on mds [hc yromising career I ol- pall-liesrers cirri d out of the Indians. another hero. -One ot the Empire's his father, thice brothers and The church choir was in attendance and as the body., was carried up the aisle the solemn notes of the funeral arch pealed forth, Five Indian Chiefs, Doth Sides, Weasel greatest sons fought 'to iipholtl Bull Shields. the prestige and traditions of the respe'et I namely, Shot Pat, Running British race, and having gained all the honors and respects which can be sl'Qn'n a soldier- and' a man has east a brilliant reflection on the eas a Wolf, One Spot and Running Ante- 1 d of to lope, were present at ,the service and al ffas truij. an occupied a seat, in the chancel. Indian warrior." The service was conducted by-Arch- deacon Tims, Rev. Middlcton. Rev. Hayncs.and Rev. Watkins Jones and was of a most impressive being the first known time m the history of -this church that a bur- ial 'service has been conducted over an Indian, tlie spectacle of red and white brethren worshipping together on. such. an.occasion being absolutely unique and c'ertainly. one that will be remembered for many years to come. The service was opened, by the singing oTthe ninetieth Psalm, and in addition to the usual burial ser- vice three hymns'were rendered as well as the first verse of the Nation- al Anthem. Addresses were piven.hy Rev. Middlcton ami Archdeacon Tims, the latter delivering his address the Indian is ii the first time'this laiiguage has leen heard, from the pulpit in Maclcod. Before, proceeding with his address Rev. Middleton intimated he had re- ceived a wire from Colonel Qruik- sha'nks, commanding military district- No. 13, that, owing to a delay in the trains and tlje roow-elad state of the roads, he and Major .Outhit were un- able to be present a? promised. He also informed the congregation that a number of sympathy had been including one from the Bishop of Calgary. Rev. Mr. Bliddlcton then gave the fimeraraddress, which.' was listened to with reverent attention and deeply affected those present, and in which he said in part: _ -It is surely fitting that we should interpret this representative Bather- ing as a tribute of .respect to iks memory of one, yea, the only one of the Blood bravest and the best, to the call of the empire. It'is than seven- ty years ago the forefathers of these Indians were fighting against the flag under which this noble Indian Rev. Mr. Sliiiilleton was immediate- ly followed by Archdeacon Tims, who before addressing the Indians present by the white people' to' this In luui boy Was much appreciated b; his tamil; and rels tives, and the other mrarters of the tribe were also grratlj impressed The deceased held thi ra-iU of lieu tenant and it was hoped that a rep- resentative, bodv of the militia would bean present to pa) the respect due to an otlicer, but unfortunately not a single man was ablf to be Iu BRING BACK THE FADED CHEEKS Anaemia and Chlorosis are caused by weak blood. Your doctor will tell you no'thing will bring back the rosy hues of health as quick- ly as a la Quina du Perou. Because it is a combination of full-ripe Douro Grape Juice, retaining all the mineral salts, grape-sugar and fruit with Cinchona Bark, the most pow- _ erful nerve tonic. A few weeks' use wi'l revive lost ambition, awaken the lagging appetite and put new life into the nerve centres. iiS Bottle Aslc YOUR Doctor AM Draggfals States Low Fares r ;