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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1915 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THE MUTUAL LIFE ASSUR- ANCE CO. OF CANADA A Surpus of over And This ALL BELONGS To The POLieYHOLDERS This Is True of NO OTHER CANADIAN COMPANY "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST bci MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. Charley White's Knockout Record Entitles Him to Bout with Welsh iKONMSl Be Prepared. Tommy! Tommy Burns lias thrown hie hat in the ring again. Ho claims ho IH willing to swap punches with Mon- Wlriard. Have the measurements taken lor your coffin, Tommy, old boy. .Pay 5t the Desk! The following IB from an officer iu a Territorial battalion of the London Hcgiment: One of his men, who a year ago, was an assistant in grocer's shop, has proved himself a iterfect demon with the bayonet, and with this wca- pon alone has accounted for nearly a acoro of Germaua. But the habits of the counter still prevail, and every lime he. lets daylight into a Hun lie says, politely: "Pay at the desk, please.'" To the Dear ladies, say, In your own way Conformed to some strange plan, You find it right And easy Quite To.make a fool a mun. But, ladiea, Have vou a yay, iiy any sort of rule, To find it right And easy auite To make man of a fool? Renovating the Majors Reports are being repeatedly cir- culated to the effect that the next sea- ion will, see the major leaguo clubs completely renovated that the most diligent student of baseball will hard- ly know the teams by the personnel of their All of which provokes the following, Lizzie: Bring forth the pall and scrubbing hrush, The wash rag-and-the-mop; There's going to be u cleaning from The 'bottom to the top; (The major'leagues are cluttered up With scraps of bone and -wood And a session with the broom and suds Is bound, to do them .good. That careful housewife, Connie Mack, Has' set the proper pace. And many more have gone to work To tidy UP. the place. There's Damo "McGraw, with slaeves rolled up, And the tubs launder out the deadwood and Eradicate the dubs; Whi'e Housewife Griffith gets the broom, The dusting brush and pan To" polish up those Senators, And dust them to a man. ffhen comes Housekeeper StalHngs too, 1 with oil and gasoline, 'Aiid soap and need 'em all To get those Braves-clean. For the grime.ia on the diamond And the dust Is iu the cracks there's mildew on the outfield And there's cobwebs on the sacks And the: mound is thickly coated "With a mess broken glass, SVhile a7'herd" of charley horses Limp around upon, the grass. And the fielding, force is rusty, And the staff is punk, And the work on bases musty, And the batting.mostly junk. So they're rustled cleanser, "Tho ammonia'.and.the suds, And will renovate the ball teams Like a.batch "of dirty duds And. the soils and stains and shoddy They will gaily rinse away, And theV'H starch "em all up freshly With new: players, so they say. But it might be well to linger In their renovating march kong enough to tell a feller Where they're gonna get the starch. ----Ifa A' Chicago paper recently conduct- ed a voting contest on what light- weight was entitled to light Freddie! Welsh lor the lightweight champion- ship. The answer of a big majority ol the voters was that Charley White) is entitled to tlic first crack at the champjou. This opinion is sustained by nearly every sporting editor in the country. Nate Lewis, his manager, says that White will concede to any terms for a match with Welsh, hut the latter seems to be in no hurry to do business with Charley. The knockout record of White for this year alone is enough to make any one sit up and take notice. Welsh has been going along in Johnny Kilbsnc fashion, picving up easy coin when- ever an opportunity sprung up, hut White did not seek the.soft marks-, but went after the toughtst in the land. He topped off his record for 1015 by knocking out Young Saylor of Indianapolis at Boston in. one White certainly .did a big 'avor 'or Freddie Welsh when he knocked out Saylor, as the latter has been boast- ing for years that he knocked out Welsh in a bout at Winnipeg which was given to Welsh on a foul. Welsh was in no-hurry to. give Saylor an- other chance, holding him as tough picking. Manager Lewis is proud of the fact that his man lias a knockout iiuncli, and also the fact that be uses it very oltai. Out of 31 battles White has knocked out his opponents iu 15 lights, which is a better record thai, any oilier knockout boy before the public can show. A good- many of White's bouts have been no-decision affairs and went the limit, hut in most cases he won the newspaper de- cision. He lias met and defeated all of the best lightweights in the coun- try. Here is the list of knockouts scored bv White in 1915 March Kobideau, one round, Philadelphia. Hay Murphy, seven rounds, Boston. May Stewart, si.v rounds, Fort Wayne. May Yelle, three rounds, Boston. June Thomas, six rounds Boston. June Brown, one round, New York. September Gallant, five rounds, Boston. October Baldwin, one. round, Boston. November Saylor, one round, Boston. For Piles Pyramid Pile Treatment Is TJsed At Home and Has Saved a Tait Number from the Horror of Operation. Don't permit a dmiKcrous operation for plies 'until you have seen what Pyramid Pile Trcptmcnt can do fop you In the privacy ol your own homo. FAMOUS SPORTSMAN IS DEAD IN OLD COUNTRY Warburton Pike Was Noted Game Hunter and Explorer Big ALBERTA FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION MAY TURN Edmonton, Alta.. Nov. Cloney Tate, the feather- weight champion amateur bps- er of Alberta, who also mills in the lightweight division, is Victoria, Nov. Pike, 4. a problematical opponent one of the. best known sportsmen in j0hnny O'Leary. If Tate should Canada, and who has done much to decide to jump into the pro- inform the world of the magnificent fessional game he would make game opportunities of British Colum- j 3. a great jn the capita! In a bia, is reported to have died in Eng- lout o'Leary. Tate is a land, according to.'a cable received by prlme fav0rlte here., a friend in this city. _ _ Mr. Pike left Victoria early last spring to oiler his services to the British government. In August ho was offered charge of a patrol boat' to operate in the Dardanelles, but' ill-health prevented him taking up the appointment, and since that time he has been failing. He was about '54 years of age at the time of his death. Of a Mr. Pike, liko most of the big hunters, was very dubious of personal publicity, and his published works, notably his principal book, "Through the Barren Grounds of Northern .j. New York, Nov. Coffcy, the Irish heavyweight, knocked out lembw Pyramid Forget Plies. No vase'cn.n be called llopolons un- less Pyramid Plio Treatment has been tried nnd has falleil. Letters by the tiL-ore from people who believed their cases hopeless are In our files. They fairly brcatho tho Joy of the writers. Test Pyramid Pile Treatment your- nelf. Either get a from your druggist or mall tho cou- pon below right away for a perfectly free trial. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY. 628 Pyramid Elds.. Marshall, Mlcli Kindly send mo a Kree sample of PyramidPUeTreatmcnt, in plain wrapper Street City....... State.......... fully avoided any self-advertisement city, in the, He his life fourth at Madi- vas th'roughb lance journalist writing for leading tonight, sporting publications on big game and nature study. For years he made his The tight was headquarters at the Union club, Vicv -toria, later purchasing the greater the way part of Discovery Island, where he severely built a house The most notable o his art; ;e nearly all and punishtd his' opponent The knockout came after Ninety-five dollars has hepn raised amongst the Chinamen of the city foi patriotic purposes. The amount is to be divided between the Patriotic Fund and the R6d pross. The contributors are The Chinese National League S10 Fair Man Wong, Gow Doane, Charlie Loo, M.00 Jim Wing Frank Yee, Lung Chow Wong Ming, Lu Wong Si Lu, Wong Sing, John yec, Yip Dip Jue Sing, SI.00 Wong Joe, Won-Lung, SI.00 Sara Lee Laundry, Sam Sing Lung Laundry, Sam Yick Laundry, Wing Chong Laundry, Sing Kee Laundry, Yee Hop., Lung Loy Quon, Who Ming, W. S. Loo, Loo Yu't Jim Loy, Jack Mark Sing, 50c.; Bing Wo 50c Joe-Don, 50c.; Ho Sam, 50c.; Yuen Kee, 50c.; W. Chaw, 50c.; Won .You, Wong Fook, 50c.; How Joi On, Dock, 25c.; Wong Yet Man, 25c.; Won Ring 25c.; Lung Chong Ding, 25c.; Lung Sam, Sac. Subscription Contest is in Fine Form To-day Over a Dozen Candidates Increased Their Scores, the High Vote Being AI-. Period Vote Schedule Closes Are That Battle of Ballots Will Be a Fierce One After today, exactly three weeks remain until the close of the con- test. Every candidate who expects to reap large reward should dump a big report contest office today, or ill the mail tomorrow morning. The last part of a contest is the most Interesting, anyway. Nobody cares much for the start of a it's the finish that brings the cheers. Make a good race, und.yo.u will have a host of supporters to help you at the finish. Miss Thelma McEachern, 5S7 14th Street South Miss Lula Nielfion, Cardstou, A ltav.......... Mrs. Thomas Bernier, 2 First Street South Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethbridge, P. 0. Box 397 Miss Isabel Inkster, Barons, Altu................ Miss Rita McAndrevvs, lletlaw. Alta.............. Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South Miss Iva Walker, C24 Ninth Street South Mrs. Pearl ROSE, Bow Island, Alta............... Miss Louise Scott, Macleod, Alta..............-___ Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Alta.......... Robert Lackehfay, Bow Island, Alta.................... Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Alta.................... John Hardieville, Alta........................ Miss Annie Pelletier, Monarch, Alta.................... Mrs. 0. W. Haley, Grassy-Lake, Alta. Miss Thelnva M. Whyte, Foremost, Alta............. Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alta...............-.......... Miss Eva Hutton, 814 Sixth Av enue South Geo. T. Wride, .Raymond, Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek, Alta................ Robert Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall Miss Elsie Park, Cranbrook, B. C................... John Cropley, 1216 Fifth Av.e. A South Miss Winnifred I. Sellens, 711 7th Street A South...... A. Mcllvena, A. R. I. Library, Box 1149, Lett Gerald Dulniage, Seven Persons, Alta............ Miss Syivia Donnelly, Travers, Alta................ fi.OOO Miss Goldie Pohlman, Altorado, Alta................ Mrs. John Reason, Deehng, Alta.................... Miss Alvera-Thelln, Orton, Alt a.................. 'JO.SOU SS.tiOO FIRST PERIOD VOTE SCHEDULE (THE'BIG ENDS TO- NIGHT. But the Contest does not close until December 21. i The Daily Herald to the States is the same price as in per yeai AH subscriptions to the States for the Weekly Herald are at the rate per year, the extra 50c being for postage. Cranbrook Officer Makes an Apology one minute and Sj seconds of fighting Cranbrook Nov. .28.-The n the fourth round Coitej landed a of the late- Frank Rivers funeral whose (CONTINUED most Fhosi PAGE) clerk, a personal friend, he hunted Coitey weighed some five years ago in California. He Smith 180i. 'had charge ot the British Columbia exhibit for the. international sporting exhibition in Vienna in 1910, :which was greatly admired at 'the time, and hail much to do with ropean big game hunters to the op portumtieb offued by this province Mr Pike owned in company with pounds Lord Osborne Beauclerkf a placer Speak for Patriotic Fund at Cardston Cardston, Alta., Nov. reg- ular service at the Tabernacle last ev. in his SCth year, came here a short time ago from Onvvay, Alberta, where j he.had-resided for the past nite.n 5 ears A daughter of the deceased, Mrs Charles Howard, resides at Wardner. The pall bearers were Chris. Bergbtrom Harry Cody, George Lunn, David Ferguson Harry Icrgu- son and K Thomas Undertaker. Beatty had charge of the funeral. Constable Collins, of the provincial gold mine m the Cassiar district He Ms ,ilspensed and the police department has made a public no relatives in this country tlme turnea mer to officials of the' apolog) to J V Vraold cili police but by a wide circle of friends patrlotic Fund organization The magistrate for stating that he was throughout British Columbia .his loss SDeaker ,vas iba m-esldent, T friendl) inmate of Hill will be greatly felt. DROPPED FROM FEET IN AIR London, Nov. the Royal Naval Air Service Jumped with a parachute'on Friday from an aeroplane w hich was ten thousand feet in the air. He landed safely. Colonel Maitland had been experi- menting with projected developments of the aerial service, and. arrived at the point where it was necessary to determine whether an "airman could land' safely by parachute from such a 51. Tweedie of Calgary, who occupied the major portion of the time in ex- plaining the purpose and work of the fund and organization In concluding 'lie stated that the assessment lor height 'Someone has to -do he said. There is only -one person T care to ask. I will make the attempt myself. It took the Colonel 'fifteen minutes to make tlie descent, 'but he solved his problem satisfactorily. OFF TO THE ANTIPODES Two more American. battlers hav? departed for Kangarooiauu Both hail from the city of Chicago Pieddie Gilmore and Knockout Brown-are'the gentlemen who will endeavor to win fame and money; for themselves In prize -rings, ON THE ROLL OF HONOR Tom Williams, ei-captain of the Salford F.C., is; officially reported to have died of enteric fever on October 17, at Alexandria. who was serving in the Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry, was a fine exponent of the Rugby game, and had the hon or of Biasing for Wales, having orig InallT come from Llanplu PUBLICITY Hon. Alex. .Appelby, editor of the Leesvllle Light, Is tired of be- ing criticized. "Many people kick be- cause the vipers never tell the truth he says Let the or woman in Leeoville who wanta us to tell the truth about him or her, stand up and well tin to Ibo accommodating' Now York Telegram. Cardston is and that he be- lieved that double this amount would be raised. J. S. Dennis of the C.P.R., and vice- president of the organization, spoke the remainder of the time, taking'for bis subject the need of recruits. He congratulated Cardston .upon sending over S4 men already, but stated that his belief was that more men were needed and should enlist. The fairly large audience gave good attention to 'both speakers.and seemed deeply interested in their remarks. Music' was furnished by the Card- ston choir, and by a s'ee club com- posed of Mrs. Lexie Burton, Misses Ruby Parrish, Mary Smith, Vivian OI-; sen. and Messrs. Bert La Mar D; C. Peterson and The policeman makes the statement that he had no grounds whatever for mal mg such a statement and offers the police magistrate a full apology. At a special meeting of the city council Saturday the appointment of a committee for the purpose of re- vising the municipal voters' list Was made.'His. Worship'the mayor, and Aldermen Clapp; and Banfield consti- tute the, court of revision. Two-new (inns have opened in Cran- brook this week. 'Mr. A. I. Foster, formerly, manager of the Great West Saddlery Co., has opened a harness store on Baker street, and the T. O. Fish Market has. opened for business on Clark street. How They Cure PLESSISVIU.G, Qvi. "1 suftartd from Kidney for ftvergl jcari nnd tried numerous remedies and doctors prescriptions w ithotlt relief, my case bcin about Gin PiFls, fact that Juniper for the Kidneys On- ou a 10-ccnt box from your druggist will keep jou feeling good for months Millions of men women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver ind -Mwels regulated and never Know a moment Don't forget the ihlldn-n-thelr little insides need a good gentle cleansing too. Advertisement. The difference between Northern "aiu Southern Alberta being due to the fact that .the government receive no recompense for the services of Mr Blue, who acted as er to the Fund, and who is in the ernment employ. Held Up as Example At the'last general meeting in Ot tawa, the organization and methods and the svstem of handling the paj rons, audits snd the Fund in general of the Southern Aiberta branch were lield up as a pattern for other branch es to consequently, the people m Southern Alberta -who are subscnb ing so generouslj to the Fund can lest assured that this branch handled in a thoroughly business Ilk manner. Mr Dennis referred to the state nients being published on the Amen can side to counteiact emigration some of which were that all Canad ians are subject to conscription at 2< hours' notice, and that this year the Canadian farmer was taxed 50 per cent of the alue of his farm and crop fo'r war purposes. With regard to the sentiment ra th_ United States, the speaker stated his opinion was in accord with one whi stated to Mr Asouith that 10 per cent of the people were pro-Ally, 10 pe cent were German and Austrian, am the, balance of SO per cent were nel] tral, and placing their own country first. l Why Canada IB In'-the War In concluding his address, Denm" emphasized the fact that Grea Britain has the only arms raised by the volunteer system in the field, an said liritish soldiers are fighting fo conditions such as do not eilst any where except under :.the British flag When asked in New York why Can ada was m the war, Mr Dennis' ans- wer was First, we are part of the British Empire, am' second, for dem- ocratic conditions such as do not ex- ist on the American side, freedom and liberty ol speech and thought and democratic system of government. People m Canada are realizing the seriousness of the crisis, and those who cannot fight should realize that they must oav We should be prepar ed to sacrifice In the interests of the Patriotic Fund, the basis ibeing ha.v much selMenial can we practice In order that we may save and give the, taiance It nasTiere that Mr Dennis AILING WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Mrs.DoucetteTelk of her Dif treuing Symptomi During j Change of Life and How She Found Relief. Scotia, years ago I, was suffering .badly jnth.' what the called Chin gif'ift- L'ife.' I that I had to stay, in' bed. Some friends toldmetotakeLydia B. Pinkham'i Vege- table Compound and it helped me from the first. It itptite T only mediciri.e I, took that did help me and I recommend, it. You don't know how thankful'and grateful I am. I give you permission to publish what your good niedicine hai, done for SIMON DQDCETTE; Belleville, Yarmduth.Co., Scptii, Canada. Such warning symptoms ot, suffocation, hot aches.dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation of heart, sparks before the eyes, larities, constipation, variable appetite, weakness and inquietude, and dizzinesi, are promptly heeded by intelligenfewo-; men who are approaching the period in life when woman's great change may be expected. E. Pinkham's Vegetable; Com-; pound invigorates and strengthens the' female organism and builds up the weak- ened nervous system. It hu carried; many women safely through this crisis. If want special atMee-writeM tjdia E. Pinltham Medicine (will" dsntlal) Ijnn, Mass. Your fee'opened, read and answered by a tad held in about those who do not realize the privileges and responsibilities of cili-'. .tenship, and expressed the hope.'.that the committee would opp6r-.': :unity.of making public the name's.of. .he email few who are nough not to assist the fund. The address coming from a man'-. who has been in close touch men .on the inside, was with the closest and inspiration to the committee' who have been working tor the past couple of. eeks A. 'M. Grace, president of the locar, committee, presided .at'the luncheon, about 40 being present. The meetings held at Magrath and Cardston by Messrs. Tweedie, Dennis, and Allan, aroused much Interest, and the committees in those towns will settle down to a campaign with' a much larger amount in view for'the constituency of Cardston than waa al--' lotted. Piles.Cured in 6 to 14 Daya Druggists refund money if PAZO; OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding 01 Protruding Piles First application gives relief.: 50e. 63 BUSHELS..TO..THE. 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