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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TWKEI! THE LKTHBRIDGEDAILY SECTION HERALD VBONESDAY, OCTOBER 18. RECORD Of HERE NEXT WEEK BATTLER HOW GOOD IS EDDIE B CHILD GEIS CROSS, Look, Mother! If Tongue is Coated, Clean Little Liver and Bowels. It your little one's tongue III is a sure sign the stomach, liver am towels need a gentle, thorough cleans- ing at once. When your child is cross, ptTfevliih listless, ,pale, doesn't sleep, Jot or act naturally; it breath is bad. gtomach sour, system full of cold, throat sore, or if feverish, give a tea- poonful ot "California Syrup ol Mgb. and in a few hours all the clogged up. constipated waste, sour bile and When Young Ross and ISddio lirus- so step into the rinB here on Thursday night, Oct. 20 the .boxing fans ot Southern Alberta expect to lamp one nf liii. finest bouts ever witnessed in tl It neckof the woods, and they are tho'fact that both boxers wil be !nethe pink of condition and hard as thmTeh the boys are C5 tov are both able to make he middleweight limit, and Weeks will have no excuse foi inr'ptinc the winner. And once again. Incidentally, ino ronstipated waste, sour unu ,11Bl cast your digested food will gently move out ol i Ross appearing hereuHl he bowels, and yon have a well, j over his rocor, ill child again. Sick children needn't be coaxed to take tills harmless "fruit Uiative. for youl ll Luutij TI'CH UI'Ulll. Ask druggist for a 50-cent hot- Barters and -watc i tie of "California Syrup of Hgs, ,york ,vitl, Frallk Mantel. Jtji Which contains [lirections for wc children of all agos anil for grown plainly on the bottle. Beware ol counterfeits sold here. Get the genuine made by "California Fig Syrup Com- ______ GIVE THEIR JEWELS Berlin, Oct. gold purchasing headquarters was opened in Berlin to- day at which the public may turn in jewelry to increase the empire's sup- ply of gold against the payment of the exact value of gold. Others are to be opened 'soon. The flrst visitors in eluded the mayor and city councillors men and women of Berlin society, oih cials of the state and empire who in such numbers to the city hall icadquarters that it is expected that tills bureau will have to be enlarged. Bv cooling thfi parts with a water jacket Swedish electricians have per- fected a high amperage telephone transmitter that can he used for long fnnp work and wireless telephony. ioat at the ringside for yours Sow good is this man Uruss, the tans are asking. Well Eddie 11 brother to Tommy "fence from Ms toes up. He never I iimnr-KGd the weight to be in tne same class with Tommy, but he is onh- a youngster yet and amhmous middleweight., should take urn on he- fore they aspire to travel the Jess Willard casv money route, tddie Is lust so good'that the match here will be lightning fast and a go from he. first "Oils. Calgary fans arc puling hnru'for him to win, and if he does n have Cow Town, lock, stoch nnAarrel But Eddie knows and the Calgan tons know that Young Ross can travel the route, and thai is vrtu they are talking special train from fuiFarv for the bout. Oh she promises to be a brilliant. Agricultural Board Are Longevity of Individual Oct. you kill 01 capture a wild duck bearing an alum- inum band around one leg, having a number on one side and on the other a statement requesting that the Unit- ed States department of. agriculture or the biological survey be notified, you are requested to send this band at once to the bureau of biological sur- vey. United States department or agri- culture, Washington, 0.0. This band, if accompanied by a statement as to date place and circumstances under which the bird was taken, will be ot service to the survey in its.efforts to I determine the longevity of. Individual ducks and the routs of migration of the species. The bauds are, being at- tached to considerable numbers of wild duck of several species which avejfcen cured of the duck sickness prevalent around Great Salt lake, Utah and there released. The depart- ment is an'xious to secure reports from these birds to detentline their complete recovery from .tins malady! which' has Wiled Itioussnils of ducks in Utah. "Ross, Of Lethbridge Jack Nutt Johnny Comiors Young Young Pita Beni Crosby Young Leclizier McNeil Keunibel Fostei .Billy Bent .Wpg. O'Brien .Grassy Lake, Alt .Winnipeg, Wan. BASKETBALL LEAGUE FORMED After the practice name at the "Y" gym last night, th" basketball pluyers of the cl'y got together, lined up three teams, and drew up a schedule for a winter series. Games will be played every Tuesday even- ing in the gym. The first one will be staged on Tuesday even- ing between Knox and i. The three teams entered are Knox and the "G. the latter representing the grain firms .of the city. A schedule was drawn up which will be published tomorrow. A new foil starched light weight tape smarter than a soft collar Set the Linos Back in Last Night's Be a Tie Finish When the Comps' four-man team stepped out and rolled in the first c-imfe the Linos' daubers were down [or the evening and the match be- tween these two squads in the Herald five-pin series developed into a crime. The match deposed the Linos from the top of the heap, and put the Comps on toil till Saturday night when the Press and Linos meet. Kach of tne latter teams has won one and lost one so the winner ot Saturday nights fracas will tie with the Comps for Stockholm, via London. Out. i.-j Twelve thousand people gathered on Monday to witness games m which a group of star American competed against representatives of the Scandinavian countries. The prin- cipal event was the in which Zander and Bohr, equalled the world's record ol 1 m.n- HIM 112-10 seconds, finishing woll 'ahead of Ted .Meredith former American .luarter-mile champion, who on won tho -ItlD-meter in fast time. Meredith's time today an American sprinter won the 110-meter hurdles n 14-8-1) i seconds, which surpassed the Ol> m- Inif record bv 1-r. of a second. The team won the relay race. 'Fred Murrav of the American team was second'in the shot put. bum. run HOTS 22 I Admitted the best quality nod best iitting in TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL William Clifford and Becky Hart i Bob sec meter hurdles II31 yards and lOT-io" Simpson. Amcr- iica firsf. Fred Murray, America, sec- I MS-HI seconds. "oo-mcter run (218 yards and inc'hcsl-Kred Murray, first: Simpson, --1U put-lanssou. Sweden first, j distance, ia20 centimetelfc land Sand 1 re MUTUAL MASTERPIECE DE LUXE EDITION. "LUKE'S SOCIETY MIX-UP" Comedy DON'T FORGET Arthur Maude and Constance'Crawlcy in "Lord Loveland Discovers America" magic 50-mark to maku the alley management kick through with fourj its. Hawkins toppled 54, and ran lis three game score .up to 12C. the ligh man for the evening. The Linos an into a squirt on the go-iu and none of-the squad got into the three-figure ital. The scores: Comps 47 3S nwkins' 54 39 aw Kins........ .owning......... 23 ilmer 29 42-11 lilS 133 Linos Chandler........ 32 23 (12 Trew Hillier -R Frey........... _ 119 ilM The league now stands: 'omps........... 1 ,inos............ 1 better -n The 1917 Ford Touring Gar F.O.B. FORD, ONTARIO ._ eff.ct, Upe-d hp.d, crown f.nd.r., with larger co.lin. ,r, lh. prin- clpil features of the 1917 rmul.l. The demand for thl. new model hH been .0 great Following 1910 July IS Aug. 10 Sept. 3 3ept. 10 ZR 24 OcT 23 Nov. Nov. 12, Siov. 30 Dec. 30 i 1912 16 Dec. 31 1913 Feb. 10 Feb. 27 1914 June 7 July 20 luly 29 Mig. 15 Aug. 30 Oct. 1 Nov. 25 Dec. 20 Dec. 23 1915 April 19 May 11 uly 26 1916 ?eb. 14 Mnr. 25 April 1 May 6 Mny 22 M. Next Saturday ajeStlC October 21st ONE DAY ONLY, MATINEE AND NIGHT B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE EVER POPULAR BRIGHTER BETTER THAN EVER Night, 25c, 30o, 75c, Mat, MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY AT 8.30 Barbara of the time when the Desert shall be the abiding place of thousands o pro perous hi -t-.- T- sha" 9r'w up amid the nature; wholesome and strong. offers Mark Swan's Dramatization of Harold Bell Wright's Idol ot the West ire Worth FORD GARAGE 1252 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE .Dick Marshall .Jud Foley Roy Stanley----- .Soldier Ryloy Grant .Fred Grant .Fred Fulton .Gco. Watkins .Slick Merril Collins .Draw ..Knock out Knock out Knock out Decision Decision ..Lost Decision ...Knock out ...Knock out .Knock out .W, Decision, .Johnny Sudonburg.Draw .10 rounds. 7 rounds. 3 rounds. 7 rounds. 6 rounds. 8 rounds. .12 rounds. 4 rounds. ,18 rounds. 2 rounds. 6 rounds. .12 rounds .jMacleod, Alta. f .Sweet Grass. .Shelby, Mont. .Spokane, Wash. .Yalta, Mont. .Yalta, Mont. .Fairview, Mont. .Great Falls, Mont .Great Falls, Mont .Fairview, Mont. .Great Falls, Mont .Tonopah, Nev. Goldfield, Nev. ..Winnipeg, Man. The Winning Powerful Cast of Players with VIRGINIA HARDY as BARBARA 8 rounds.. Missoula, Mont. .Joe Bonds Decision" 10 rounds.. New York City. .GUB Chnstic .....No Decision rounds..New York City. nald ...Dan. McDonald Charlie Stands Al. McCoy ounas..New York City. roumls-. .New Haven, Con have decisions aeainst A number of the carpenters of Leth met on Monday in the Trades i A Beautiful Scenic Production, Together With Perfect Electrical Effect, are sentiat-Features With This Organization, There are no other: panies in the United-States or Canada playina this, it is the Orig- inal Company. reorganizing, it was unanimously agreed to form a. new local of craft, and those present signed an ap ilication for a charter. The tee has been placed at each and meatinss will be held each Mon- clav evening at 8 o'clock in the Labor hail, where all mechanics of this craft will he given an opportunity to be- come charter members. Sam Larson 'occupied the chair and B F. Wakelin acted In the capacity pi secretary of the meeting. Fungi discovered in breweries by a Japanese scientist have been found to dyo silk a beautiful rose color, but to be harmless when used in the mfltiiifnrtnre of beer. EMPRESS TONIGHT ONLY-ENTIRE CHANGE "SONS OF THE STARS" ,y Tomorrow Ro_yal Featuring Ann Mu HIT irdock. A Metro Wondf rplay In Five ;