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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IHURSDAY, -OCTOBER THE i.F.TimniDGK "DAILY HERALD SECTION HERALD Suffer From Piles is coupon below. MakesYetlibridge His Open Up a FOR DEAD SOUR (From Our own Corrospondont) nchor Creek, Oct. 18.-A memor- New Boxing Quarters Over Al- berta Ross Will Train There Frank Mantell, the light middle- weight who met Billy V.'ocks at the Majestic hero a few weeks ago, is an out-and-out Lethbridgian now. Frank has unpacked his trunk, got himself job at his gratuated into a booster for Sunny Southern Alberta. He is working hard ten hours a day and Is quite satisfie. with himself. Incidentally, Frank is going to d. his to boost good clean boxin in this part of the world. He is a "lean cut boy, a line athlete _and his residence in bethbridge win MBID game wonderfully. neiiui tiame wonoeiiunj. service for the late Pte. Douglas i Mantcll wants (n sec tllo manly art lowell was held in the Mountain ,iotence become popular with church on Sunday last. The o( tho so M is arrang- was filled to its utmost capac- a boxing gymnasium over mowing the esteem felt for the ls alroady gct- ed young man, who had been their into place. The radb and neighbor. ,vln D0 known as the Albert ,e service was conducted by Revs j I every evening, niton and Chalmers, who through! wlll llltely be course of the service spoke words youngsters who have ;omtort for the bereaved Unang, o( T hemselves with a man's weapons will have their chance. The club will be" lilted up with a ring, punching bag. pulleys, dumbclls and any other para- p ernaiia for putting the muscles in shape The venture promises to he most popular with the boys. Mantell hopes to have the gym go Ini this week, for Younz Ross expects lo'arrive Monday for his go with Jiddie Brussr, a week from tonight, am ,orso mtort or e McDowell was born in and, and Had he lived would have seen his 2cth .Mill i -nil and joined the ranks and icd in Calgary for some time, go- overseas about a year ago. After her training in England he went 1 active service on the t and for the past six months ill bravely for his king and coun- i Ho was wounded in the battle ol 30th and was taken to the hos- teis. in Chatham, England, whore a nut i critical emergency operation was 'ornicd. His wound being in the li his leg was amputated as close he .body as possible. They could i set beyond the trouble, however, Septicemia claimed him for a vic- He was buried at Chatham with tary honors. His brother Roy., j wentoverseas with the.lSth C.M. j land other relatives attended the j The deceased young man isi her hero who-Is deeply mourned' who knew Him, he being of an elfish and genial disposition. His .v death has cast a gloom over the community and much sympathy to his .bereaved by every Brusso a wee wants to work out In the new quar- incidentally he wants to work whom con ialgary, Oct. IS. C. Rice-Jones haling director of the Alberta Far rs' Co-operative Elevator company i on the stand at the raurt-house 'morning giving, evidence m the irge against E. R. Leverton, con-1 ctor for the company. His evidence iuEht out the testimony that the 'had ,found ItselD "rt (rom.the'fact that the elevators It uad cost much more than was Seated The forty-two elevators lit In 1913 Tvere planned to cost 000 each. When the actual figures L in, it was found that they wore i charged with a cost of over This fact had led to investiga- ns and the government inspector s fort announcing that had In lost on elevator construction, finer led to inauiry into the matter. Uctlves were engaged, who follow- up the. three months ore public action; was taken. former Cub Manager, Deposed By Murphy, May Get Tinker's Job CHANCE- TINKER EVERS John J- Evers is slated to suc- ceed Joe Tinker as manager of the Chicago Cubs. When the Cubs dropped their fourth straight game to the White Sox in the Chicago city series, the passing of Tinker was unofficially confirmed by the friends of Owner Weeghman, who was bitterly disappointed. Evers admits that he is ready to take the position. He says that ar- rangements have been made to secure his unconditional release from the Braves, and that he ex- pects to sign with the'Cubs some time this fall. Evers, it be remembered, was appointed man- ager of the Cubs to succeed Frank Chance. He was summarily dis- charged by Charles Webb Murphy February, 1914, whereupon he was secured by the Braves, who won the world's title that year. Evers is through with the game as a player and is anxious to get away from Boston. As of the Cubs his friends say that he will cease his trouble making on the ball fleld. A miMMitlK hold at the Y. M. A. v Bbt resulted in ll-e organ- nation of a basketball league coi, slating of the three teams. Knox. V M and tho Grain Kxchange Flic Fight Will Take Place in the 1'aul Auditorium 'Next Month PAGE THREE MADE _IN'CANADA a.t.. i an extremely hard light to carry olf has very kindly consent- ed to donate a cup to be competed for teams wil, Hue UP as roilows: j Minneapolis. Oct. for I ten round nialch between Mike Git bons and Jack Dillon in the St. Paul auditorium some time between Nov. 10 anil 14, were arranged Saturday at uiu Chicago hy Harry Shsrnis. rliirago. Tom Walsh acted for Dil- lon in arranging the "latch. Tile ar- rpi.n idirrm will 1111C HI' 1011 ill mi Jimmie Campbell, Roddie Jlacbclh, Archie Stewart, Jack Wood, Lt MCC.CA.-Unk Dunsworth (cap Kane, Fred Davis, COLLAR tSolo. oacl'. I'lMboily Inc., Maker. despotic form of church government and the establishment ot a papacy; characterized the action of the com- mittee as tyrannical, and denounced their efforts to force the non-unionists in to the union againstjhelr will. REGINA 'PROVINCE' SOLD TO HERMAN liegina, Oct. Evening Pro- vince, the only evening paper in He- -gina, changed Hands today, being bought by the nesina Daily lishins company. Ltd., of which W. F. Her, fin proprietor of the Saskatoon mil Star is president. The name ot he pa." 'will bo changed shortly to the 1 e'gina Daily Post, and completely reorganized. Negotiations have been under way for some time. For the use of mill workers ISe 01 Him nu.nv.-' greatest I. ..vo machines under their eare the iwo scrappers Jj- has lieeii invented, so 1'- together, was set al 161 pounds. p.m. the figure desired on a base that It can ..wung a considerable distance either side. to .Maurice Sadowl Gillies. Ilocer i ,C battle 'and that Dillon will be j will for the bat- Oihbons, and an additional. referee was obtained ill the of Mr- Irwin, who has consent- S500 for training expenses, more than Sherman offered, but he the match. :d to be I. ...lion unable the Sherman has insisted that Dillon pos be manipulated by the 53500 weight forfeit inside of ten days. _ _ York last spring. It is a match that Will CUllllJ'tiii.i. evening at S.30, when the Knox aggr- gation will it with the "Y" team, and it promises to be a furious encoun- r a fitting opening for the league. It was also decided that a team representing the city should be picked and to accomplish this a. committee ot five was chosen, two outsiders. Mi .J- B Wilkie and Mr. Irwin, and three nhvers Roger bund, Bert Tailing and nco They will meet at the "Y" tomorrow evening to decide. Schedule of Games Oct vs Y. M. C. A. Oct. vs 0. X. Nov M. C. A. vs G. Nov. M. C. A. vs Knox. Nov. 21-G. X. vs Knox. Nov 2S-G. X. vs V M. C. A. Dec vs V M. L. A. Dec vs G. X. Dec. M. C. A. vs G. X. ok last sprng. has been sought by all the large pro- moters of the country. JAWN A John L Sullivan passed Ins flfty- eichth milestone on Sunday, the re- nowned temperance agitator having been born In. Boston on October loth, uor ten-pin bowling league of live men teams is being organized in the city, I and anv team desirous of joining the; league is asked to hand in their names stood also that the I. H. C. and the. Bankers may put in teams. ankers may put in teams. A This league should make things ing in the coming months in qu' riedt he tried to "i championship of St. Lonis :and tween the White Sox and Cubs for the cTtv title in Chicago show the prepon- w or tne rago Jo n t the stuf ago o n d give him his final knocko ut un- less he quit it, and quit he did. John is now telling whoever v.ill listen 01 the blessings of a teetotal lite. Suilj the booze game from A to Iz- when Heens about the ho, Sox wal- opponents Eastern baseball experts who wjt- uessed the recent world's series are unanimously agreed that the future success ot these titular contests de- pends to a great extent on the Increase n strength in the National league. Unless the parent organization-secures plenty of new blood of a much higher calibre than was found in the league the last season they predict interest will wane to sueh an extent that the series will prove a flivver, both from Boston accomplished Clubowners Warned in the American. Where the National I he rnrs'ot the Rum Demon from personal knowledge. VETERAN ANNOUNCER DEAD and a schedule arranged. CLERGYMAN ASSAILS CHURCH UNIONISTS Saskatoon, Sask., Oct. 1S--A meet- in" of the advocates of non-union was held in St. Thomas Presbyterian church this evening, when some caus- mediate reliui. win to f dark brown, while the Browns experienced little difficulty in w nnmg from their National league rivals A good many critics who took m t announcer, died hero today the veterans' home. He was both sailor and soldier veteran M the fivil war and once was wealthy. He was sT-ears old. He had been the Bouncer in virtually every rmi; bat- tle on the Pacific coast. In his younger lie0 them of having stolen 000 from the home mission aae, in an endeavor to seize college and ehurch property tor .the purpose of es tablishing a 'new denomination ac cnsed the findings of the general as- t'1 c Vminn VTunTTllL- ao. boxer and cnsed the findings 01 mu ounces ot i-inex V s-rs professors who were fed .up- on Her progjuy Tho-rincx Co., Toronto, Out aitomnHllfi: tO S3t ,UP in the American. These scribes sound a warning to his one star thu American has. three. National league clubowners to bol- 113S une aiui Lllc _ i_.. nion r-niiKP tile the National test BUG stir up their teains or else cause the world's series to be postponed until such a lime as a battle and not a one- p'erformance; will bo the out- come. What the National oil! lie WotU. Giul Frii, flrii 1863; )AL TO MOST 2Of ClGABSj Sow will by to tell jroa otker Cifaw. WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "LA PLAZA ORIGIIMTED S, DAVIS i SONS, limited, MONTREAL. cf Cizar. in CmJi. WHY? we ft3 lor tra Ctilmy. NAP RUCKER QUITS New York. Oct. B who according to McGraw. is the greatest southpaw that ever curved a ball over the plate, Has pitched his last game for the Robins. EACH WANTS A'MILLION r, vn OrL joint suit ot North Dako- lively that Johnson was really behind the naive that sent Speaker to Cleve- land and caused that town to fin sh he season with a big balance, on the right side of the ledger, but all indi- cations and signs shows that he had a fiBEcr in the pie. Han has many irons in the fire and his word is law. He is a real baseball man, and when histor- ians write the history of tne national pastime no treatise will be complete without considerable space, being de- voted to Byron Bancroft J6hnson, the savior of ibaseball. court was asked to sion of waters to Uie Red River. VALCARTIER CLOSED Montreal, Oct. 17.-Valcaitler mlll- larv camp lias been finally closed-for he season: Most; of the troops left there somo time ago, but the evacua- tion was completed, yesterday, -when S. Patch A. DM. S. re- turned here from Quebec. Col. Patch has resumed Ms duties at headquar- ters here as A. D. M. S. isgoodteeT cordiriit'to the .loiirnale u'ltalio Hie firs? of these ships to competed 1Vas seen by a correspondent of the Three others: are building. All rilMuoil fuel. THE COST OF LIVING be represented, the goy- ernmont has extended an 'J, vitation to all parties and public bodies to be present. ;