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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE) War and Raiders from Coast Deplete Senior Association Meets al Calgary Nov. President Edmonton, Alia., Oct.. stai- work and to select their delegates to im of hocltey- in Alberta' during the the animal conference, coming winter will be more or less I What hockey prospects are for the Slip on Coat Newness of style, shape and material, makes this a very desirable overcoat at a popular price. Other models and materials Call lo explain. A party, of which I wan a member, attended the Orpheum Theatre on Saturday ulght to see the production called ''The Spoilers." We bought our tickets about nine o'clock, and on n 1015. Tea entries and some good birds sample was very good and well wor-? seen, Losey Bros, going away with j thy oh the high' position it won. most oi the first premiums for chick-1 the display of vegetables was very ens, E. IV. Bramley also having a'good and compares well with thcs'o share. Lossy Bros, also cleared the shown at, any of the other fall fairs, boards for turkeys and ducks. The: The exhibitors were Losey Bros., class of birds shown was good, i Miss Egan, J. P. Ross, R. D. Smith, biu was not too good to pre- F. Lamareux, }Irs. Fairbairn, Mrs. vent anybody Irani competing next' G. Thomas, J. Olquist, T. Ross A. year. The fact thai a Winnifrcd man i Simpson, T. West and Mrs. Freder- went away with most oi the money! ick. The judges in most eases had a should stimulate the local fanciers to j dillicuft task in awarding prizes, 1 greater efforts to raise the quality of eventually Losey Bros won out in their stock and keep ihe Bow Island next year. asphalt courts of California, and the other Bunder impossible weather con- ditions at The Harvard man's clean-cut victory at Newport is backed up by his defeat of Behr, after the latter had beaten McLoughlin'in straight sets at Seabright. THE COSY ROLL! NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Admission Free SKATES Gentlemen' 25c Ladies 15c Children 15c SKATING 2.00 to to 10.30 REMftRKS ON THE SI A Fallen Idol A week before the world's series Pat Koran was proclaimed a wonder for winning the National league pen- nant. Today in his town he's liken- ed to a dairy product known as Bargains in Baseball Lemons Owners of the Chicago, Cincinnati, and St. Tujuis clubs of the National league are .reported thoroughly, .dis- gusted with the general baseball sit- ready, to unload their 'white elephants" to anyone who win pay the price. Barney Dreyfus, owner of the Pitts- ain in the fall, and the offer of yester- day was the result of this statement. VILL SHOW PICTURES OF BIG PRIZE FIGHT Toronto, Ont, Oct. Richard Greer, of the Sportsmen's Patriotic association, has received a permit from the provincial secretary to show the Willard-Jphnson fight pic- tures in Toronto one night only. It was necessary-, to get the consent of the give the show. burg Nationals, also ready to sell. is reported as According to reports today, is ifaked for the Cubs' franchise, play- ers, stands and everything else in- cluded. The Cards are offered at the same price, and the Reds at FOSTER, THE HERO For Willard Thirty thousand dollars for a tfth- round bout is the unparalleled offer made by Billy Gibson to Jess Wlllwd NAT'IVE (Niagara) per gallon GUINESS' 8TOUTJ Head Brand Per Dozen Pints LJT; Dog't Red Sox pitcher who m addition to Jforan in iii ,j T ,_ Square Garden. This dwarfs any oth- .pitching gild edged bail, his ownler guarantee given to a fighter for'a the second of the "World Series j limited engagement in which no title 'is at stake, except by the unexpected knock-out route. No decisions are al- lowed at present in New York state, and even if the world's champion is outpointed by his opponent .he wMl lose none oi prestige he gained by the ot Jack Johnson. After Frankte Comes Freddie Now that Johnny O'Leary has: put put Patsy the next rung in' the-'ladder is Frankio Fleming of Montreal, after which Johnny will be eligible to yell at Fred Welsh for a so. Fleming put up a strong exhi- bition bout wifh Welsh.and if Johnny can hang the Indian sign on Fleming he will stand a chance to stay in the j ring long enough with Freddie Welsh to learn the color of Welsh's eyes, it least. Her.e's hoping .you get thwe without breaking a leg, Johnny. CHI GIANTS FOR HAWAII .Chicago, III., Oct. Chicago American Giants, one of the star j eiubauf the will plaj a series of games in Honol- ulu, this winter, It was announced a few days ago. The club started west recently to play in the California win- ter league, before sailing for the Haw- aiian Islands. Thanking you for the space in your valuable paper, 1 remain, H. S. JOHNSTON, Grains and Vegetables There were 10 entries of grain Kelly Hearing in Chicago Postponed exhibition and some good stufi was j seen. The best, sheaf of fall wheat was. shown by Losey Bros, and was oi a good quality. They also showei" most of the- classes. Other winners included K, D. Smith and Mrs. Fred- erick. Dairy products brought out a [.few entries, the principle winners be- on j ing Mrs. Losey, -Airs. Cotton and Mrs. Fortune. The ladies' section was also well filled and some good samples oi work were on view. Tailing thn show a I. _ 'a were barley, flax and spring, wheat, and (round it can only" he called a suc- were successful in each ot thess class- cess. A dance in the Oddfellows Hall es. The prize for oats grown this year went to Mrs. Thomas for a very nice sample, she also taking sec-' French scientists have demonstrat- HEAVY MEAT EATERS HAVE SLOW Eat Lees Meat if You Feel Backachy Or Have Bladder t. N'6 man or woman who eats meat regularly can flushing; the make kidneys mistake toy occas tonally, These Prices will last until Sold Out. STOUT; Head Brand Dog'i BASS' ALE; Per Dozen Pints ROSS' SLOE GIN Pel1 bottle......... Gordon's Sloe Gin Per bottle.' Victor's-Sloe Gin Per bottle Dog's Head "MAGI" WATER FROM CALEDONIA C4 4E Per Dozen Pints BANFF LITHIA, FROM BANFF SPRINGS, AM Per Do7.cn Pints 0UC GOODS PURCHASED FOR FUTURE DELIVERY STORED GRATIS. C C, PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. LETHBRIOQE, ALBERTA. says ...well-known audiority. Meat Corins uric aci-d which excites the kid- neys, they become overworked from the .strain, set sluggish and fail to :ilter the waste and -poisons from the bloid, then we get sick. Nearly all rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble nervousness, dizziness sleeplessness and urinary" disorders come from sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache n :the kidneys or your back hurts or f.the urine is cloudy offensive, full of sediment, irregular of passage or attended toy a sensation, of scalding, stop eating meat and get about four Chicago, Oct. today on the extradition of Thomas Kelly, wealthy Winnipeg coritractor, charg- ed with- gralt in connection with the construction of new parliament build- ings at Winnipeg, was continued he- fore United States Commissioner. Lewis F. Mason; to November 2, At the opening of the hearing At- torney John S. Miller, who has re- placed Attorney William S. Forrest, as counsel for Mr. for a continuance of the' hearing on the ground that he was not familiar with the details of the case. After further discussion by attor- neys, Commissioner Mason continued the case' until November 2 Attorney Miller and Attorney W. A. T. Sweatman, of Winnipeg, for the to be allowed to pro- duce depositions of Manitoba' wit- nesses, hut this was opposed by At-1 torney Bulkley, who was sustained by Commissioner Mason. After a conference with his attor- neys, Mr.'Kelly is to be returned to the Waukegan jail, where he has been confined- since his arrest several weeks ond prize for her entry of spring j ed that the vapors of iodine and bro- wbeat, i The first prize and also a; mine pass through thin glass, even ab special one valued at was won ordinary temperatures. CARMANGAY CHAT (Carmangay Sun) Dr. Bryaus operated on Mr. T. N. Burwasb for appendicitis on Friday morning. At the time of going to Slri is progressing 'avorably. Dr. Bryans .was assisted by Dr. of Barons and Dr. Talbot of Champion. Mr. A. M. Rice of JopHn, Mont., a realdent of district was'in irtand in a hia quarter section' he sold of land to Mr. Arrid Lyckman. The price paid was, we understand, binod with Hthia, and has'been used Mf "Singer, gents' fur- fof generations to flush and stiraul- partnership. of water before few days your kidneys .will act nno. This famous salts is marie from the acid of graphs and lemon juice, eoai- There's a "BOB LONG" GLOVE for your Particular Job. "When you get acquainted with my B6b stgnd for any kind. Vou will insist on the glove that is boil-proof iud scorch-proof, yes, and pretty near wear-proof! "You will insist on Samson I control in the .seams that can't ripped. .The seams are placed so to give you free movement of the fingers, and are reinforced where the wear comes most. -._ "Bob Long gloves are the only strictly UNION-MADE GLOW in Canada. "Every occupation demands a'special glove, and I have a specially designed glove for your, partciular job. Ask your dealer to show you the Bob glove for your job. The price is astonishingly little and your dealer returns yonr money if you are not absolotely KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST R. G. LONG COMPANY, UWTCD TORONTO WINNIPEG ate the kidneys, also, to neutralize the -acids in urine ao it no longer causes irritation thus ending 'bladder weakness. Salts is inexpensive and can- lipt injure; makes a-delightful effer- vescent: 'iKhia-water. drink which everyone should take now-and then to keep the kidneys clean and active and: the blood pure, thereby avoiding sgrious kidney'complications; These gentlemen came to Camiangay from Moyie, B.C., in the spring of 1910, and opened up a gents' furnish- ing: store. In the fall of 1912 they opened up a store iu_-Champion, ?lr. Roberts going to and Mr. Measfhger remaining, in Camiangay. They have now dissolved partnership and Mr. Roberts will continue Hiesg in .Champion, and Mr. Messinger ii Carmangay. CALGARY CANUCKS READY TO PUT UP AS GUARANTEE MONEY I Calgary, Alta., Oct. Canucks have entered into negotia- tions with the Rcgina Rough Riders for the play-off to decide the interprp- vlncliil .rugby honors of the west. The Canucks are nol averse to having the final played in Cow-town, and with that end In view have" offered a gua'r- a'ntee of to Regtna money. If the Ro.ugh Riders are .un- willing to come west, the Canucks are ready to go to Reglna lor the game. Until Reglna and Saskatoon play lionV and home for the Saskatche- wan honors, the Inter-previhcla! matin cannot be played. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN PACIFIC CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VEEY LOW HOUND TKIP FAIIES FROM to CALGARY, EDMONTON, .KOOTENAY LOG. AND EAST DHtftin IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANSATLANTIC 8.8. LINES Tickets on sale from November 15th De- cember 31st, 1915, ahd good for five montlis. THROUGH STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING OARS Tlcketn and full information at nil Railway Offices 1. MITCHILL, Ticket Agtnt, ft. DAWiON, Dlltrlct PMMitgtr Agtnt, Cllglry. Australian Cadets Imperialistic, Inspiring, Musical Double Billed Extravaganza, Including ihe famous military drama To The Front" Majestic Theatre Saturday, October 23rd Children's Mltinct 3.16 p.m. BOYS: Evening 8.16 p.m. World's Champion Brass Band Vocalists, .Instrumentalists, Comedians. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE PATRIOTIC FUND AND RED CROSS BOX PLAN AT HEObEY'S DRUG STORE. Mnln'Floor 78, l.lcwty M, 1 MATINEE PRICKfr-ChlKrtn Me; Me. ;