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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY SECTION HERALD OCTOBEri 14, 1910 I i A new foil starched light weight tape smarter than a soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS., LIMITED MONTREAL II ll'_... CAFFNEY WOULD BUY SUPERBAS Former Owner of Braves to Negotiate With Ebbets New York, Oct. E. Gaff- ney, former owner of the Boston Na- tional league club, announced yester- day that he -would purchase the Brook- lyn club if C. H. Ebbets. who has in- dicated lus willingness to sell, would St Paul, Oct. Weeks, un- disputed middleweight champion of Canada, stands ready to meet Miko Gibbons, Mike O'Dowd. Tommy Gib- bous or, in fact, any of the top-notch- ers who can mate the middleweight limit. 15S pounds ringside. This was the statement issued to- dav by "Biddy" Bishop, manager of the clever Canadian. There has been talk during the past two days of a .........__ _____ meeting between Weeks and one ot name a "reasonable figure." He con- the Qjbixms: today the promoters are lerred with Mr. Ebbets before the talkillg about putting him on with game today, and after the conference i O'Dowd. it was said the negotiations would be resumed upon the completion o.f the "If O'Dowd says he is willing to meet Weeks at 15S pounds rinpidu. Island restaurant proprietor. 15 eta. 8 lor SO els. duett, Peabody Co.. Inc., MaV the match is as good as made." said Another prospective purchaser who UIanager Bishop. "Billy has no par- has conducted negotiations with Mr. iicuiar It is a case of first Ebbets Is Charles L. Feltman, a Coney flrst serveli with me. Of course nrnnrtfltnr jjlc terms must be right. This applies to all matches." Weeks visited Minneapolis Monday where Jimmy Potts is conducting o-mnasium. The Canadian and his' manai-er had a long talk with Potts. and before he left tor St. Paul Weeks had made a great hit wirh tho veteran lightweight boxer, presses uie. He said Putts. That fellow im- reat Duffy Lewi left Held gardener for the Champion 'Red Sox. was the most consistent batter in the world's series. He collected six hits out uf 10 times up for a batting average oE .375. His mate. Hooper, also annexed six hits in BACK AGAIN ON VISIT trips to the plate. Lewis also ac- Beacon, X. Y-. Oct. JIatteawan cepted 10 chances in the Held without state hospital for criminal insane saw Harry K. Thaw again today after three years' absence. He was not under re- reuew acquaintance with Superintend- ent Kieh. COM.SKEY LEAVES ON HUNTING Chicago, Oct. A. Co- miekey, owner of the Chicago Amer can league baseball club. iig .Day When Inter-School "Contests Are Held, Friday The 13th no Hoodoo (Kroni Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek, Oct. first field day of Pincher Creek and district schools, which was originally sched- uled to take place on October 4th, but was postponed oil account of the snow slorm. was held today, and the hoodoo usually associated with the above date evidently was not keenly on the alert, for everything was carried on most successfully, there being a keen inter- est shown in every event which is so characteristic of the "kiddies" and which is sure to be felt by the grown- ups in cousequence. Twenty-one pupils from Macleoa motored up in the morning, and pupils and friends from Pincher City and Mountain Mill helped swell the crowd and carried off their share of prizes. The prize list published below will show that they knew tbeir games and played them well. One-of the biggest crowds on record was in attendance, the admission badges netting a goodly sum, the exact amount not yet known. The energetic workers of the Ked Cross society were on the grounds and refreshments, netting over The 1. 0. 0. F. brass band, which join- FRANK MORAN Who fights Fred Fulton at Madison Square Garden on October 21st. Young loss, who meets Eddie Brusso here on October 26th, met Fred Fulton at FSlrvieu1, Moat., on Oct. 1, 1914, in a 2-round go. Fulton, weighing 220 pounds, won by the decision route. ed the kiddies In their mained on the grounds many stirring selections parade, and played during the Sen dsTeft here 1 st ni hi on aspet and the Kalian peasant dance and a rain for a 10-day outing on Comis- English harvesters dance by the larg- kev's hunting reserve at Camp Jerome, er girls was very pretty Wis The party included Clarence quite new in the fetes ot the district. Rowland manager of the Chicago club, Mrs. Taysum, their muse al instruc several baseball dignitaries and a num- tress, and several of. ber of baseball writers. the training of these little ladles. land and deserve juwtinted praise. The singing of the children of the alliec national anthems was, something to be enjoyed and long reinembered. Over 50 boys from all over the dls irict took part in 'the target .shooting T. Cox winning flrst and J. Wright SUES COAST LEAGUE FOR BOVM, VINOLIA Oakland, Cal., Oct. Butler, guardian for 10-year-old Beatrice Sil va, filed suit today for damages le'ague because of injuries sustained she was struck by a hatted ball, which TOOTH PASTE dent occurred during a game between tihft ttt ROYAL VWOLIA articles are splendid and shall akvays- use fheth, I- am particatarly deliglded ROYAL 'VINOLIA TOOTH PASTE." comnlaint recites that one of the play- ers did "Carelessly, negligently and un. necessarily hit and strike one of the ii end may be 'youri too.. VINOLIA CO, Limited. At all Druggets and Stares 25c. afternoon. The cadets' drill was a credit to their instructor, Lieut. F. C. McDowell. The little girls' flag drill The races started oft with a 100 jar dash, and not a moment was lost be tween the long list i of events -which followed it. The small boys lived right up to their standard as champioi pie-ea'ters (blue berries) with the usu- 9 THE SLAUGHTER WILL TAKE PLACE TONIGHT A r- The Edits and Comps will clash in tho Herald five pin howling series at the Dominion alleys tonight. The Edits threat- en to no a little "scalping" in spite of the. .determination .of the Comps to "ditch" the works. When three games are played "the jig will be up." i Lethbridge hossts a basketball team this year that Is going after provincial honors. It is touted by tho fans to be the fastest aggrega- tion ever gathered together In the city, and the boys are training hard for a series of matches which they hope to land. Last spring practically the same team cleaned up the 61tt Battery team when that aggregation had two of the Calgary Chinook players on the line-up. Tho boys have Issued a defl to Raymond to play a game at an early date and it is expected the fast Sugar City team will accept for a game within the next couple of weeks. The game promises to flourish In Lethbrldge thl> winter. CONTINUED IBOM Fr.QNT PAGE) with Confidence in only Canadian-made ammunition. When the one good shot of the trip arrives you will never know the disappointment of a missfire if you use (Dominion Big Game Cartridges At that instant when the moose or deer appears the knowledge that a true aim is backed up by true ammuninion helps mightily. With Dominion ,303 British Soft any of the other big "D" sportsman is sure of ammunition with a real "hit and No matter what bit fame you seek there is a Dominion Cartridge to stsnd by your aim and give you confidence. A Chip of the Old Dominion Cartridge Co. Y.imitJin.. .10 jLethbrtdge Dealers sell :auiu The entire committee in charge are justly proud ot themselves and ar. grateful to the donators of the prize and to all who helped to make the daj a red letter day for the boys and girls 100 yards John Milne Pincher Creek; 2nd, Pay Dnfflold, Pin cher Creek. '75 yards (12 years and E. Caine, Mountain 2nd, Morris piunltet, Pincher Creek: 50-yards (9 years and Hugh Ross, P.C.; 2ndPR. Milne, P.C. 220 yards' R. Matheson, Macleod; 2nd, Neil McLean, P.C. Hop step and R. Matheson, Macleod; 2nd, A. Watson, Macleod. Pie eating Donald Ho- Kenzie, P.O.; 2nd, M. McTJowall, Moun- tain Mill. High jump W. Bowen, Macleod; 2nd, R. Mathespn, Macleod. Special high jump for I. Walsh, Pincher Station; 2nd, A. Mar- quis, Separate school. Relay race (four to by Pincher Creek. Three-legged McLean (P. C.) and Larum 2nd, Triffe and Watson, Macleod. Boys (7 years and V. McKlnnon, P. C.; 2nd, Fred Williams, P C Girls (7 and K. Scott, P.C.; 2nd, K. Manellusj P.C.' Girls (50 yards K. Rou- thier, Mountain Mill; 2nd, I. Walsh, P. S. Girls (12 years and Ha- zel Dobble, "P.C.; 2nd, Mary Milne, P. C. Couple K. Houthier and I. Walsh, Separate school; 2nd, Edna Armstrong and M. Kearns, P.C. Macleod won the football game 6 to 0. Pincher Creek captured the baseball game. 4 to 3. Macleod girls won the basketball match, 15 to 1. NON-ADVERTISERS MAKE UP 84 PER CENT. OF BUSINESS FAILURES (From the Canadian Jeweler) Bradstreets have compiled statistics that prove that 84 per cent, of the failures are among the non-advertis- ers. The merchant who doea not be- lieve in the use ot printer's ink has TO BAR 2-YEAR-OLD TROTTERS San Francisco, Oct. Pacific Coast Trotting Horse Breeders' asso- ciation went on record here yesterday as opposed to -the racing of yonng horses because they consider it. a det- riment to their future worth on the turf. The association's action elimin- ates 2-year-old trotters and pacers in speed events in future racing pro- grams. The State Agricultural society recently took similar action. the soil here would be producing much that is required hy the prairie farm er who could not produce such things and thus the settlement of these lands would be mutually beneficial to all who live upon the land. The above applies to many districts throughout British Columbia, and uu til these conditions are remedied, tin province will be slow in coming to he own. Patriotic Fund The report of the Associated Patrl otic Fund covering the period fron Sept. 21st to Oct. 10, shows collet tions as follows; Qeneral collection Fernie, 5284.90, employees, Crow' Nest fuss Coal Co., JSS4.80, Natal am Michel employees ?392.10, Newgat Bull River. 552.50, Bsynes am Waldo Total collections, ?2 231.30. The disbursements, including tobac eo fund, a refund of overpaj ment by check-off, and 522M.15 to th Canadian Patriotic Fund, Victoria mount to J2.231.30. This raises th otal for the ten months to An Englishman has invented a de- vice to enable aviators In flight to pick up messages from the ground by dropping a grapnel at the end o! a line. 785 Transportation Building, Montreal. never advertised right. The failure to produce results is i...e against advertising, but against the manner in which it is done. ing is the modern creative force, posh live and force that has pro- duced, two blades of grass where but one has grown before. It in the flow- ering of: Industrial IH the'cqnqueror the promoter of so- lution of the mall order problem, basic principle Itt IF" BEST LlFWE FUR BOWEIS Don't Stay Conttipated, Headachy, Bil lout, With Broath Bad Stomach Sour. No odds how bad your ach or bowels; how much your heac aehsa, how miserable and uncomforl able you are from a cold, constipatlor Indigestion, biliousness and sluggisl can always get relie with CascareU. Don't let your stomach, liver am bowels make you miserable. Take carets tonight; put an end to the head ache, biliousness, dizziness, nervous ness, sick, sour, gassy stomach, bad cold, offensive breath and all othe distress; cleanse your Inside organs o all the bllo, gases and constipate matter whlqh Is producing the mlscn A 10-cent box means hapn druggllU sell Cascarets. Don't forget, the lltUi Mennen's takes the Sulk off the Face In other it all sting and smut, and bring! your face uniting and trtih out of the ihaving ordeal. IQJ Hdl 37 of which amount has been ient to the Canadian Patriotic fund at Victoria. The Canadian Patriotic fund has as- sisted 153 families having 33S chil- dren to the amount of ror me month of September, which amounts to more was sent from the district during .the month. The total collections .for the patrio- tic fund during the past eleven months ont of which was sent to Victoria, the reminder, being paid to Red Cross tunds direct. DAVIS' PANAMAS Cost the retailers more than most lOc Cigars. BRIS 4" cylinder, 24 horse power 890.00 4 cylinder. 38 liorse -8 cylinder. 38 horse Delivered Lethbridge Thos. Quinn John Deei'e Warehouse Letfibtidge ;