Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915. LETHBHIDGE DAILY HEKALD Don't Buy Life Insurance TILL YOU HAVE INVESTI- GATED WHAT THE MUTUAL LIFE of CANADA Has to Offer You We have something bettor "If it's Life Insur- ance, it must be Mutual" PHONE OR SEE E. K. J. FORSTER Phone 1793. 626 10th St. S. PAGE THREE FIODIE WELSH UP1 WELLS AND DELANEY TO FIGHT FOR FOUR AM- ERICAN BOUTS Chicago, 111., Oct. the refusal of Freddie Welsh, light- weight champion, to return to Eng- land to box for the Lord Lonsdalc, belt Matt Wells, tlie English boxer, matched to meet Charley White, in a ten-round bout before Ben Steiniinl's EO'llli side of Milwaukee on Monday night, will return to his native land after the cream-cutting afiair, to meet Fred Uelancy for the belt 'emblematic of tho English lightweight chamnion- Bliip. News of tile refusal of Welsh to de- rend his title was riccivcd from New .York yesterday. Manager Pollock Talks llarry Pollock, manager of Freddie Welsh, wants it understood that His fighter does not care to name the four opponents whom he wants to meet in defending his title this winter. Pol- lock says is up to the public to i sflect the lighters, and the manager also wants it understood that he never asked for for any of the bouts. Pollock said ho would match Welsh with the best four lightweights selected, and will award the fights to the club of tlio best inducements I GEE'. MEBBE 1 IT'STH'MUIT THAT NEARLY I RAN OVER. MY DAWG I AND BROTHER 1 WILLIE LAST WEEtV. (JOY I SHERLOCK, .1; RIDIH1 I' V; arm HV "THE SYMPATHETIC by Moycr London, Oct. Avil- f> liam Gilbert Grace, the famous cricketer, is was 67 years old.. Xr ,-Dr. Grace, familiarly" known all over England as "W. was, perhaps, the greatest cricketer of his day and genera- A r> tion, arid Tvas idolized by the T> sport-loving people of England. Dr. Grace -for many years fc played for the co.unty.of Glou- aester, and also represented England on many, occasion in international matches against Australia. Despite his age, tho "Dr." played, in first-class cric- ket up until the last ten or a dozen years ago, and more re- cently confined his playing to a participation in club matches. Throughout every: part of the British Empire wi'il oe found today men to whom the brief announcement of "W. G.'s" death will conjure up happy memories of Lord's or the Oval, with the characteristic burly figure of the "Dr." at the wick, et, leading his side to -victory. Hockey War Looms Up Between East and West A hoc-key war between the Pacific sent into headquarters at Ottawa. As Const Hockey association anil the soon as the players received notice to National Hockey association seems on; the verge of breaking out, due to the difference in opinion as to the right of .draft. President Frank Patrick ol Pacific Coast, is standing defend all the rights fnr a "square deal" from the easterners. ?om? out west, in most cases they re niscd, and the National Hockey asso- jjjj fry their agree ment, and suspend the athletes-' fron further play. -Now that there are four teams in the Pacific Coast league, plans are being made by each management to place the best hockey teams in the B- A ruling was made three years i ago by which each team of the Pacific j field on. this coast. With this idea in Coast Hockey league was to! mind, drafts have been sent east draft three players from the eastern j Whether the drafted puck chasers will end of the game. This was all right j respond to the call is a thing of the until drafts for certain players were'future. McGraw After Chicago Club New York, N.Y., Oct. Charles P. Tart, principal stockhold- er of the club, emphatically denied in Cincinnati that, the Chicago Nation- had been sold, a report that has gained much credence.here, Is to the effect that Jolui McGraw, manager of he Giant's, has or would shortly pur- chase an interest in the Cubs. -Me- -was not in town and co.uld not was learned PEN IHOCKEM mm is YEAS N JOHNSON SAYS LEAGUE Wyj.L STOP MASQUERADING BY BIG LEAGUE TEAMS Chicago, Oct. post sea- son tour of picked teams of the Am- erican and National Leagues whith was opened today at Oshkosh, Wis., will be the last in which American League players will be allowed to ike part. President B. B. Johnson of _ American League, in making this an-jv nouncement today said that the play- j era gathered together to represent the j American organization were a team i and that the practice of uing baseball-half through the 'is an injury to the sport and to the, ilayers "We Will stop the masquerading, 'resident Johnson said, "as there top much "baseball now in the regular season. I am strongly opposed to it. The only way to increase the public's 'nterest in baseball is to reduce the .uantity and improve the quality, in- tead'of increasing the quantity and educing the quality. t "Nothing'like a representative team as been picked from either of the lajor leagues. The one gathered to epresent the American League is a I oke." President Johnson -said that INSPECTION of the Gillette Safety Razor I by mechanical experts and men of judg- ment shows clearly WHY seven million shavers prefer it. The blade is tempered By a simple turn of the wrist you to a uniform hardness impossible can regulate a Gillette shave to a in an ordinary thick-backed razor. As medium or as close as a natural result, it takes an edge you llke' unequalled for even keenness. The toothed guard ensures T-u j i ij safety, and permits such free and ihe curved holder supports rapid strokes that a smooth, clean the blade close to the shaving Gillette shave need take no more edges, preventing all that vibration than three minutes, which makes hollow-ground open Ins t the Q; and blades and other safeties pull and A __ j _i irritate when they strike' a stiff beard. Then there's the adjustable feature, exclusive to the Gillette, before you. "Aristocrat" and Standard Sets, Editions, h Sets, up. 70 Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited Ofiice and Factory; The Gillette Bldg, Montreal KIVIAT FOUND GUILTY NeiV York, N.Y., Oct. .2l> Abel R. Kivlat and llarry Smith, both Olympic were tonight declared profes- sionals by the Registration committee of the Amateur Ath- letic Union. These eases have occupied the attention of the athletic world for the past two months. sioner Chisliolm, who has charge of the civic employment bureau, has been complaining about men who apply for work, and would not take the kind of work offered them, neither would or go to war. A few days affo he threatened to put a stop to it, and the arrest of the two applicants this morning is the first step in that direction. 'j ARRESTED FOR VAGRANCY Men IN CANADA Ford Touring Car Price Most men can afford (lie first cost of a. car. Few can afford (ho after expense of most cars. Like its first cost, Ihe after cost of a Ford is lower limn that of any oilier real motor car. The Ford' lias made walking an extravagance. The Runabout is now 5480; the Town Car 'fob Ford, Ontario. All cars completely equipped, Including electric headlights. Equipment does not include speed- ometer. Get particulars .from FORD GARAGE VIRTUE PROPS. 12323rd AVE. S. ub owners whose players selected having been obtained. Calgary, Oct. Turner, erstwhile hockey magnate and rink manager, is not very optimistic in regard to hockey this winter. Since Bill Sherman's "hat box on Seven- teenth avenue burned down last spring Calgary has been wondering ever sines where the 'skating and hockey would he played this winter. But Lloyd Turner says that while j xt one time it was thought that thpi-wi mum-icm, uiuuj. -lorse Show' buJ.ding would be avail-I.NJJ., went 1" fast rounds to a draw before the Pastime Athletic club, here last night. Applied for Work at Toronto Civic Labor Bureau Toronto, Out., Oct. big sur- prise was sprung on two men this morning when they apnlied for work at the civic labor 'bureau, and refused to take jobs offered them. They were the promptly arrested on the charge of resent tour was being made without; vagrancy. They had been specially ie consent of the National Baseball: marked as having several times refus- ommission, only the consent of the, ed to do "any work of a certain land. were For some' time. Property Commis- FAST BOUT AT MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Sask., Oct. ley" Hume, the English .lightweight, oC Montreal, aud Kid Bruny. of Mfnpt, ablc, the soldiers have first call on .it, and Colonel Cruikshank will not say whether he is decided to part ;with Uie big shed or not, so the Jibekey boys arc not sure if .they will .be playing on inside ice or not. Turner is enlarge his put- :door rink on Seventeenth avenue and "Centre street aifd put a good bunch of seats around the four sides, build larger dressing rooms, and with the Baxter boys' Crystal rink in the What's become of Jim Corbett's protege, Tom Cowler the latter has not been heard of since he put same shape, Calgary will have skids "nder Jack Hemple "at the places for hockey but it have I st- Nicholas Rink a short time ago. to be of the outdoor variety Co.wler was scheduled to meet Jack 'Connors at the Olympic club a week ago, but; whatever became of the match ni) one knows. ''ROUGH HOUSE" BURNS BEATEN Vernon, B.C., Oct. twen- ty fast rounds, here tonight, Referee Howes awarded the decision to Harry Anderson "of Vancouver, over "Rough House" Charley Burns, former light- weight champion of Canada. A large contingent ,of so'idlers now In camp here witnessed the bout. We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. E. JHacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 407. Fifth Street 8. the f Tyrus Raymond Cobb, the rather well-known Georgia peach, and greatest ball-player of-this, or any other, period, got just about a thous- and dollars for exhibiting his wares last week to the largest crowd that has seen a baseball game in Montreal this; summer. Close, to six thousand people into the Natipnal grounds, Ty thousand. He- sides playing centre base, pitching, making a couple of. hits, and stealing two bases, Ty was besieged by; a thousand autograph and curio- after the game. If Tyrus had given everybody who asked him a: button or piece of .his uniform, ihe would; have faced the chill October air very lightly clad. Australian Cadets Imperialistic, Inspiring, Musical Double Billed Extravaganza, including the famous military drama "Called To The Front" Majestic Theatre TO-NIGHT Children's Matinee p.m. Evening p.m. World's Champion Brass Band AjU I S Vocalists, w UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE PATRIOTIC FUND AND RED CROSS BOX PLAN AT DRUG STORE. 51.00; Main Floor 75, 50C; Balcony 75, 50, 25s MATINEE, 25c; Adults 50c. WINE AND SPIRIT CO. egisters a big'kick h Danny Morgan in "beh.'.f ol his heavyweight" star, Battling .Levihsky. Says Sir Daniel it -comes to picking an-oppon- fent for Jess WIHard, what's the mat- tor with' Levinsky? The Battler has licked Jim Coffcy three times, and where the bis 'irishman .or" Frank Mbran should be given preference ov- er my man 1 cannot see. If any man is entitled to'a match with (he cham- pion, Mid party's name is Mr. ilinjE Levinsky." y THE COSY ROLLER RINK NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Admission Free SKATES Gentlemen ,25o- Ladies 15c qhildrcn 15o SKATING 2.00 to W. PKADBE5R, Mgr. Glosing-Out Sale Prices last until Sold Out. NATIVE C4 (Niftgaia) per gallon if I GUINESS' STOUT; Dcg'i Head Brand A A Per Dozen Pints GUINESS' STOUT, Dog'c Head Brand CA Per Dozen Nips 9 I iwll BASS' ALE; Coo's Per Dozen I'mts ROSS' SLOE GIN Per bottle Gordon's Slog Gin Per bottle Vlckar's Sloe Oln Per bottle "MAGI" WATER FROM CALEDONIA Af Per Itezcn Hints BANFF BANFF Per Dozen Finis 9U6 GOODS PURCHASED FOR FUTURE DELIVERY STORED GRATIS. C. C, PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. LETHBRIDQB, ALBERTA.