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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB TWO-MINUTE HORSE WITH- OUT A MAC'S HIGH SPEED 'Absolutely the most performance in the trn Lexington Jasi; wa: mile of Peter Mac, a Iive-y of Peter the Great, his IrotTfer Lillian It., 2.04J, years ago was a Grand former of note. Driven by a man eighty- old, an amateur reinsm; digy among trotters stcj Iialf of his heat in 50 Itcpt on at about the sn the three-quarter-pole, in 1.20.3, or at a slightly than -two minutes for tli turally no horse could keep up such a clip, and the last quarter was slew, but at that no other "green" horse ever showed a mile under and as for the half-mile in .ofl, it has equalled by only 'two trotters, Lou Dillon and Uhlan, both of which, were champions, their present records being 1.58-i and 1.58. FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION TO BE BLACKLISTED BY ALL BOXING PROMOTERS Chicago, Oct. 20. For the first time in the history of boxing, a move- ment has Ijccii set on foot to bar a champion from the ring all over the country. This contemplated action, directed against Keathut weight Cham- Addresses Convention on the Relation Between Cities and Boards of Trade FHOiC FllONT "There was an evident requirement eminent in Lethbridge, by the mayor in thft l-fithhridgfi for more in charge of finance anil puhlic safe- livestock, particularly dairy cattle, ty, thu commissioner of public works, Many farmers found themselves in the and the commissioner of puhlic utili- I PI7TC fUnMITVi position 6' iiuViiin plenty of feed and ties. We are gradually coining to the LLWlO UM3 i shelter, and with some spare lime of conclusion, I think, that this form of j themselves .and their families iivail- is very much more satis- i able to look after one or two dairy factory than t.he alderinanic form. i cows but 'their finances not in There'is strict attention to business, such s'lBjJC that they borrow and them is no doubt that Mayor money, lot' this purpusc from the llanlle's close study and attention to our civic finances has kept us clear j sixty of our there- of many a difficulty and f have rea- fore, formed a l-ivi'.sloriv Guarantors son to believe that our bankers, and Association. Kacb one smjseribeiMiis financial houses with which this Duffy Turns Over World's Ser- ies Cheque to Wife San Francisco, Cat., Oct. lieis, who played a star part for the Hoslon Red Sox in their recent world scries vic- tory, arrived here today, and his first act after greeting his j iiame to an agrocn-.'itii with ihu Gun- tleJi. recognise thR efficiency of pion Johnny KUbane and Cal Dela- ney as a result of their'bout roriNast Monday night is to be asked of the American lioxing Association .j. ,j. jy its president, Matt H. Hinkel, Ilinkel announced this yesterday. "I will call the meeting of the associa- tion at Chicago within ten he said. The announcement followed re- ceipt of a letter from "TOIJI Andrews, Milwaukee; fight promoter, originator of the association! Andrews said lie would call the meeting in a short ime. wife, who headed u reception delegation of hm admirers, was to endorse and hand over 'o her a cheque for Duf- f.v's share of the world's series money, lie gave it to her with autce against any nrecoicrable loss personal views were not being sulfici- the remark: :miv arise. .Ths'rp. arc four trus- ently considered; but our mayor and "That's for you, dear, every by ?U- enters to commissioners have shown themselves administer the An ;ipiilication to be reasonably sensitive of public is received from a iiiur.'.T. to cover a opinion, and to--be willing to explain awn not exceeding for the why thus or that proposal may or purchase of cows, cattle, hogs, or may not bf given effect to. sheep. -The .-miirnits a full "There is a standing police com- statement of his affairs, and, if the mission, consisting of the mayor, a i trustees are' sat-isfUM as to his iuteg- district court judge, and the juvenile rity .and ability, and also that he court judge, so that the mayor can has the necessary f.-cd and shelter, take public opinion, well guided, di- they authorise him lo proceed to pur- rectly nlcng witii iiiin on matters of chase the livestock, lie must submit public safety, as far as police control the details'of his purchase to the is concerned. trustees before final sanction is given. I There is also, a standing hospital "Ju order to provide a reserve which connects up with the ._. Jiank of CornMeire, whereby we form of government.- pledged our credit ialUll 1U1 UIB llll- however, that Carranza long ago had, onstrate something very material in i ?i wa> anrinV nf this is what hclds us uo such would be his policy this-direction to the benefits of our 9 den o! Publicity ?nc'ns hoocfJl that the Ror but that nothing was known official H a somewhat exfaordin- j largely -I hopeful that Roy- "All this, ol course, would, take I." oner, and the provision for the" fin- i druggisti. S.mple sent cial ly of a recent-project in which A. H Spreckcls, a San Francisco 'capitalist was said to be interested: A LUCKY PUNCH Ore., Oct. Clark of Seattle, knocked out Bill) Farrcll, a former Seattle boy, who now lives at, Penqleton, In the tenth rounc here Monday night. ..The boys we're billed to go 20 rounds, .but Clark'fin ished it In the .tenth. Billy qutboied Clark from the start until Tomruj sneaked, one over in the. tenth tha dropped Farrell. He got up at the count of nlner but Tommy measuret nnd sent over the finishing punch, a right to the jaw. Being a football expert is goed training for. the" diplomatic service '-A >nll didn't hit the hop: .After'the way the baseball writers iBed up columns of space durtrig the world's1 series, we arrive at the con- clusion that Walter Johnson won't be .he whole cheese when Mrs. Norman hits -Washington. Havana's new racecourse is to have janclng between races; the sport of iings minyiing with the sport of MEW POLO GROUNDS STARTED New York, N.Y., Oct. con- tructlon of the largest and finest polo gro.unds In the country be- 'gun yesterday on the grounds of the MeaOowbrook club, the scene of lart year's international polo-v match at Westbury, The field alone coat and rite entire outlay will am- ount to _ v 'Plants :exposed to a-scien- tist droop "the morning after." For that matter, a man doesn't feel so much like" a daisy as UR did the night before. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY ff you wish.1: The iana will support you and pay for itself. An ImmenH area of the most fortlle Ian4 In West- ern Canada for sale at low pricw and easy terms, runjing from 111 to J30 irrigated Itnde from One-twentieth down, balance within 20 years. In irrigation., districts, loan for farm etc., up to also repayable in twenty est only 6 per cent, your op- portunity to increase-your farm hold- ings by getting adjoining cure your friends as neigh bom. For literature and particulars apply to f, T. CAMERON, Gtn'l Supt. of Landi of Natural C.P.R. CALGARY ALTA. OR WILSON A IKEITH i funds that wore more ary circumstance that hitherto, while government has.dor.e a.great upended by the of uselul-.work in connection with I relating to coal! ?'ty helped us.in the matter and possible oil' development nothing'01 and circulating our last much was done to find good well wa- i and- statistics relative ter for the use of our basic'industry to city .were .printed with that "We- have also been able to usefully support the efforts of .the irrigation branch -in malting farmers. aware of the benefits to be derived from the use of irrigation water.which may be bought at a. reasonable cost, to some favored districts in our. to help these districts report; but. beyonii this our member- ship has been'.'self-sustaining.; L "The mayor and commisliuners are always willing to collaborate with us in plans that are proposed for the general benefit of the community. For j al Commission which has just been I free if requested. Natwiwl Drat A Cbwcd C.. of Cumfa, Limits, localitv and "'hen an Arbor Day 'clean- .......r .............._ to oi one ol ;our parks was suggest-: themselves so that thev may be'able'; ed' the- street car.setylce, was-placed to make financial arrangements ouc d'SPosal, .and. all the male on to iiive these plans put 'into ef-1 turned out and did a day's AGNVELO WINE AND SPIRIT CO. feet. As'you rainfall in the. ladies came along Southern Alberta and Southern Sas- katchewan was very short in 1914, but in 1815 the .extraordinary yields Vith our lunch afj the'ho'on' hour. "Generally spcakingy-'I tliink Leth- bridge-is governing her citizens' life that we have had, have shown the bv the recognition latent possibilities bf'the land when that wc ate here'to as the moisture is available and most i cam-a Iivin6 i and; that anything of our farmers are 'well aware, from personal observation, of the stability jf -farming ..under irrigation as it has that we can do as or as a Board oi Trade, to improve our liv- ing conditions, as as those ol btcn increasingly practised around 'arming neighbors, is well worth Lcthbridge.during the past twelve or thirteen. years. "The city: of Lcthbridge 'helped'ma- terfally in this matter by sending Mayor. Hardie and myself to Ottawa ast winter to aid the farmers' dele- gale to. press the desirability of'this extension, of irrigation facilities upon the Dominion Government; 'and it trustees and the Separate has been an exceedingly encouraging I trustwi, to that uid and all the eaWc of the efforts in, this-dire. to have the- hearty co-open. aiid-.practieal aid bf hiany of.our scn00' uittncls ami town goiern- doing. recent occasion, when -we wanted to show the Hrovincial Gov- ernment that better fucilitieii for ag- ricultural wanted in our district', the Board of Trade not' onlj collaborated with the city gov- ernment, but with the Public school school this dircc- i districts sent delegates co-opera- i 'rom t'lelr organizations, well estnhiishcd irrigation farmers, who attended at their own expense, ha meetings of the farmers that.were held thtoi the" 'district where BulWIng .tito'iighout ____ he ;irrigfttion wnter'-'niay be carried. "So! much, for .our. relations between city, the board of trade and the iar- Commiialoii Oovtrnmtnt "Since the beginning of 1911 we LtthdrMft have had .straight. Oov- add their weight to the requests that were made. Welcome to "Then again, when farming conven- tions or other gatherings of a simi lar nature are held in our city, all the resources of -the city and the Board of; Trade and of the Women's Civic club which is a branch of the Board 01 Trade, are clubbed togeth- er to. do thing poMible vo wcl We have decided to close our business at the earliest possible date, and are selling our entire stock at cost x Goods (uircliased for future de- livery stored gratis. First 'in first served. Xo stocks will he replen- ished. C C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. 407 and 409 Second Avenue South Lethbridge. ;