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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THBEB THE LETI-mniDGR DAILY J-fEIULD TIIKSDAY, OCTOBER 24, Tho Dominion Bowling Alloys, In tho basement tho Dominion Building, will bo open utternoonB and evenings commencing to- morrow, October 24th, (or tho convenience of Its natrons. Ten-Pin League EntrioB aro now lining received tor the City Ten-Pin League, which will open shortly. Get jrour namo In It you to take part In tills competition. THE DOMINION BOWLING ALLEYS {Basement Dominion Building) Young Ross Makes Fine Impression on Local Fans PASSED STONE FROM BLABDEI Aflpit lut, X Vint to Montreal ts.eonauH ft ipteUUft a I had beta Buffering terribly with mono in BUdder. He decided to operfttt but laJO, tit itont wts toe to remove lard to crush. I returned home and recoasunioi by a frltnd try IS "They relieved the pain. I ccn- tbiued to GOT FXC.L3, and to my groat and joy, I passed the BtonB. "GIN PILT.9 RES but cine in tbt world. I will reconx- BUd tkeu all reit of HT life. J. Albort Inward." Ul drnffglsta sell Ota Pills at BOc. a box, or 6 boxes for RATIONAL BRUG k OHEMIOA1. 00. Of CANADA, UUITCD Toronto, Oat. 75 IHEtKtHEirf Best for Liver and Bowels Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and dose clogged up with a trace thin to torpid i liver; delayed, fermenting food in. the I bowels or. sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in- testines Instead of being cast out of the system is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes conges- tion and that dull, throbbing, sicken- ing headache. Caacareta immediately cleanse the Etomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gaases, take the excess jbilfr troui the liver and out all the wr.eta matter and pois- ons in the bowels. A Caacaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you 10-cent box your druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet breath right, com 'plexlon rosy and your liver and bowels regular for HERALD SPORT SECTION Arrived Yesterday and Went 12 Fast Rounds at Mantell's Last Appear at Smok- er Here To- morrow. Lethbridge boxing fans saw Young Ross lu action last night for the first time and conceded the fact that all claims which had been made (or the claimant of the Canadian middle- weight championship were worthy of consideration. Moss arrived In the city in the afternoon, and at Man- ten's gym over the Alberta cafe last night he worked 13 fast rounds with various partners and showed he had the stuff. If Brusso has more, the fans are mighty anxious to see him in the squared circle. During the course of Hie evening young Ross worked out with Dob Ahearn, Charlie Jones, Young Rossa, Jimmy Lush and Postman McPherson, ivho kept him busy every minute tho time. There was a big crowd on deck to see the local favorite on his first performance and they went away with a hunch that the boxing contest in the Majestic on Thursday night will bo the best ever. Ross and big Dob Ahearn, who is clever and carries a punch in either mil, pulled off the best bo.ut, .going four rounds, and Bob' says Ross is fast and there every foot of the way. Transportation is being sent for- ward to Eddie Brusso at Calgary to- day and he should arrive in the city tomorrow. It is likely the fans will be able to see Brusso work out at Mantell's on Wednesday night. Tonight a smoker is toeing held at when about 15 rounds of sparring will be put on, and every fan in the city wilt be there. From to- night's contestants preliminaries for Thursday night's bouts will be picked. Much Interest is being taken in a ure- limlnary to be staged on Thursday night between Charlie Jones and Youqg Sadowski. These boys both mighty clever and will show the fans three of the fastest rounds ever nut on in, Lethbrldge. A good boy has also 'been found for Rossa, while a couple of heavier boys are being lined up lor a. third prelim. Young BOBS will work out at the smoker tonight. Tomorrow Kid Ev- ans, his sparring partner, is'expected in from Purple Springs and will llko- ly be seen in action in training quar- ters. The- referee for Thursday night's contest ed tomorrow. l likely be anuo.unc- Manufacturers of that country are planning to establish the first paper plant in Argentina. The Household Remedy for the ailments from which almost everyone sometimes headache, constipation, disturbed sleep, muddy complexion, lassitude, backache, depression and other results of a disordered digestive They have achieved the distinction of being the most used medicine in the world, because millions of people have found them dependable, speedy ana sure in their action on stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Compounded from vegetable products, Beecham's Pills are free from harmful minerals and dangerous drugs. They do not promote the physicing habit-do not irritate the bowels. Should betaken by every member of the family at the first sign of illness-so mild and effective that they, are good for the aged, and for the ills of childhood, ate Worth a Guinea a Box oolT br ThotMt Beech.ra. SfcHelww. Uncwhirc, Eatftud. in U. S. In boxes, 25 First Game Tonight Between Knox and Is Invited Local basketball followers should be out in force at the "Y" gym tonight when the first game of the league Hot Slugs Take Floor Men Into Camp in the I'hiy-olt of Tie TEN PINS START TONIGHT Final Standing it win not affect the grade, hut if there is a noticeable showing of it this v.-beai wil! bo put down a grade and if it is very bad, and tho wilt goes deep inlo the wheat it will lower it a couple o[ grader. Outside of lowering the grade, however, it will not bo made Rejected. The inspector htm not handled any of thiri wheat to clatu from Alberia, and we could get a glad Comps Press 1 schedule will bo pulled off between Edit the Knox mid "Y" teams. Both teams i taking are fast ttnd will play their nrtittiesL tonight in order to give tho season a good start. It is some years since Lethbridge has hail an good a basket- ball league as this year and ;i little interest on the part of the public ia due the players who uru exerting themselves to make this branch of winter sport popular in tile city once more. On Thursday night the "G. X." team will play the TSlh Uattory and a big crowd is sure to be on hand. Turn out to tonight's game and give tho boys a rousing send-off. FIRS1GAI IN ihrec straight games from the Comps last, uigiit, the Linos j won the cIiampiunHhiii In the five-pin series of tiin Herald Bowling League. The game was a play-off of the tie which existed at the end of the sche- dule, and boll? teams were out after the bueon. Tho first game close, Kvans winning for the Linus in his last frame when lie struck ami spared on tile strike. The Linos won by six Oct. 111? first time since it u'aK built IJO yc-urs a the Mordeil jail has no prisoners con- fined within its walls. The last prisoner was Thursday. The citizens of Jloiclcn are Aseptic f I use of Ivory Soap in hospitals through- out the States is scientific proof that no purer soap can be made. To you this means that Ivory Soap cleanses not only pleasantly but so thoroughly as to produce an aseptic condition which is cleanliness at its best. A piece of Ivory Soap IK inches by inches by 154 inches dis- solved in a gallon of water makes a one per cent solution which is excellent for sterilizing articles in the home. IVORY SOAP P PURE Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada The first game in the "V" bowling league just formed took placo last night when the Dormitory defeated the Boarding club on the total pins. The following are the ecores; Cascadden Davisou Vradenuurgh Davis..... Dormitory 117 111! 127 149 Gray Ashcroft Toombs 487 G14 Boarding Club 131 112 140 Oft 109 12G :15f, ..138- I 556-lGlil round the win with was hish 131, though Hillier was close behind j "j him with 130. downing led the Comps with 112. The averages for the 'five pin league will shortly be published. Tonight the Linos and clasli again in the first game of the ten- pin series of HIP, league, and on Sat- urday night tile Edits and Press come together. Last night's scores: Comps Jones......'..... 34 2-1 90 Fllmer......... 31 22 93 Hawkins........ 24 33 88 Downing........ 45 Linos 535 75 522-153: ACCEPTS THE CHALLENGE FOR BOWLING The Juveniles still have a foolish notion that they can take the Herald bowling squad into camp. The Herald bunch accepts the challenge, and a series of games will be played on the Dominion and "Y" Al- leys, commencing tomorrow night, the first game to be played uii tho Dominion Alleys. Totul pins to count. (From Our Own Correspondent) New Dayton, Oct. Craig is moving to Neskin, Alberta, where he will go into the store and restaurant Trew Hillier LYey Evans 128 124 90 92 134 IfiG (From (he Sun Marion Cameron, who lias been night operator at the local tele- phone exchange for the past three nioKhs, has resigned. Her place will be taken by Miss Arnald, of Barons. Carmangay will have a curling rink this winter. It was sc decided at an enthusiastic meeting held on Thurs- day evening. A two-sheet rink will be built on tho town property near the water tank, and enough members are now assured to make the venture a success. Mr. Harvey Simpson sold a car of wheat on Wednesday to the Alberta- Pacific Elevator Co. for which he re- ceived a cbeaue for The car contained 1477 bushels of No. 2 wheat, which netted" Mr. Simpson per bushel. According to the C. P. R. figures Carmangay has, shipped bus. of grain since the 1st of Sept., and it is now a foregone conclusion that a million business. Gilbert Welsh, after spending the past week .with Sir. and Mrs. Leniwc will again ship over Morrical, has returned to his home at! bushels this year. Oxford, Ohio. Mrs. Len Morrical, southwest ot town, entertained at a dinner party last Thursday evening Mrs. Bitzow and Mrs. Slater of New Dayton. Mrs. Triggs of Stirling spent part of last -week the guest of Mrs. Leu Mor- rical. William Duncan has purchased the quarter section of land southeast of town, i by J. F. Duffield of Som- eryille, Ohio. Earl Con-ill spent part of last vreek at Lethbridge. Len Morrical made a business trip to Sweet Grass, Montana, last Friday. Owini to the excessive demand for and until the enlargement DI IPAW HAW ol Model askiB? TofcwfconisU to bny rLL WU w nwre Una 30 Mpply. This will ensure Cigars in prime condition. LAPLAZA rAL TO MOST 2O? CIGAR Some Tthccoinb try to Mil jn oiler Cif in. WHY? rf C.I1 Melili 1> will tie 1MJ Ctrtnutl FiilifcVU because there is less to them on "LA PLAZA" pro OUOINATBDir S. DAVIS SONS, Ltailed, MONTREAL Tb Urgeit CuaJt. WHY? KtCMM WC fclTI Ctfiri orer We estimate that HO ner cent of the threshing in this district i? complet- 1 pei- Two weeks fine weather would put a big hole in it, and eveyoue is hoping that the weatherman will be good bd, nllhough some claim that cent would he nearer right. I'rom cell windows and from 1'Iagstaffs in the town. Jtorden jail lias hold many notor- ious criminals. Its greatest celebrity was .lack Krafchenko. who was con- fined in the prison following his sen- sational escape from the Winnipeg police station. Other murderers also occupied cells in the jail. The celebration of an empty jail is credited to the wave of reform which has swept the province since the pro- hibition law caino into effect. (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PACK) Just who this candidate may be who would come out on a platform whose main plank is to reduce his possible .salary from per annum .to or less, the Herald would like to learn, but the next few days threaten to reveal his whereabouts. It is 'be- lieved it is some business man of the city who believes the plan is prac- ticable, who has had some experience with municipal matters, and who be- lieves three administrative heads at the city hall unnecessary: It is sug- gested that a meeting of citizens.bo held in the Central School auditorium tu discuss the situation and place in the tield a candidate who will endorse this pliirform. The candidate must be a strong and able business man, who is willing to sacrifice some of his time for the benefit of the city. Berlin, Oct. von Lu dendorf has joined his chief, Field Marshal Von 'Hindenhurg, in oppos ing a more ruthless prosecution o submarine warfare. Field Marshal von Hindenburg's position was m plain at a meeting of the iudepend- ent committee 1'or German, peace termi Jast Saturday when, through a pemn al representative, he requested th< committee to abstain from agUatiotf for a sharper submarine campaign. enough to dish up the right kind of weather for two or three weeks. According to the following letter received from Mr. N. T. Macleod, man- ager of tho Lethbridge office of the Smith-Murphy .Grain Co., the black spot on the wheat this year ia known as "wheat wilt." Wo publish the let- ter knowing that it will be of inter- est to many ot" our readers: I have just received advice through our Win- nipeg office from the chief inspector at Winnipeg that the black spot that wo have been worrying- about is call- ed "Wheat Wilt." Where there is just a alight touch of it on an odd kernel erally seem to have been doing a lot of quiet thinking since some proposals on the line of efficiency with economy were-put before them in a commuui-. cation from S. S. Dunham to the Her-. aid last May. The city hall evidently did not welcome Mr. Dunham's pro- posals, for a referendum to the citi- zens on the subject has never been made. And that's getting mighty close to the issue. The question is now: "Whore's the dark horse for the issue to The Herald has a "hunch" there is such a candidate. He has been hinted at so often lately that the man-on-the-street thinks he will locate the mysterious candidate when he lo- cates a platform built around the issue mentioned. That platform is going to be fashioned! something like this: The people of Lethbridge took a pro- gressive step when they embraced commission form government, hut they haven't reached perfection yet. Commission form of government is costing nj6re money than Is consistent with "efficiency with economy." This group has no intention of; urging any change in the form of government, hut believes the ratepayers of the city would welcome a rearrangement, of commissioners' salaries and duties in order to effect a saving of at least per annum, which is about one- Quarter of on% mill in taxes on our present assessment. This element would therefore suggest that a candi- date be placed in the field in the event of whose election as commissioner of public works, the charter should be amended to provide for: 1. An adjustment oE the duties and salaries of; the mayor and two com- missioners along tho lines of economy with efficiency as would appear, on further experience with the following plan, to be expedient. 2. The duties of the commissioner now to be elected to be advisory and legislative; the administrative duties, to be in the hands of the mayor and commissioner of public utilities. 3. The salary of tho new commis- sioner to be at the rate of five dollars per sitting, or-ten dollars per day, the minimum to be per month and the maximum per annum. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LUJX, D.C.L.. President AIRD, General Minacer H. V. F. JONES, Asi't Genenf V. C. BROWN. Superintendent of Central Wcttern CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rata is allowed on all deposits of and Careful attention is given to every account. Small .arc welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or persons, drawals to be made by any one of them or by the surviw. LetbWke We Bought a Big Stock of BUILDERS' HARDWARE Before the Prices Advanced and can offer very special prices on Builders' Hardware, Paints and Varnishes. Jt will pay you to submit specifications for our prices before purchasing. WE SELL Stanley Garage Hardware IE you are wise when you build a garage, simple or elaborate, it will have Stanley Hardware. For every sort oC garage, wood or concrete, brick or stone, there is just the right Stanley Hardware. Doors hung on Stanley hinges close weather tight and Stanley fastenings keep them so; ti condition not possible with sliding doors; C. W. GRAY 310 FIFTH ST. S. HARDWARE PHONE y MADE IN CANADA The 1917 Ford Coupelet f.o.b. Ford, Ontario -A comfortable closed car that can-be turned info an open one in two minutes. A favorite with women who desire an all-weather car for social or shopping occasions, also an ideal car for doctors business men. Note the new streamline effect, tapered hood, crown renders larger radiator, giving greater cooling lurfact. To Insure early delivery, place your order today. FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE ;