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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THK LETIIBninCtU DAILY IIKIULO WEDNESDAY. OCTOHEH 25. ljm> 15c 2 (or 30o 1 tipe cmatter thaa s soft collar TOO KB COLLARS Admitted the best quality I and best fitting In Canada TOOKE Bnon.. LIHITID MONTttEAt. Quickly, adjustable forma have been inviratocl to establish the first paper ]ilant In Argentina. HERALD SECTION ROSS MEETS ALL COMERS IN WORKOUT Went Ten Fast Rounds Last Night With Partners EDDIEBRUSSO TO ARRIVE IN CITY TODAY OVERWORKED MOTHER Finds Health in Our Vlnol sum-roil from n .crvoiiu Itroakilown liiid terrlblfi liead- achrs, and was tired all uver. totally worn mil anil dlst-ouraRod but as 1 had a large family I had to work my 1 Vinol adverUaeil ,nd docldud to try it. and within two weeks I noticed a decided improve- mcnt, and now I am a well Mrs. Anna IJoclter. Wo guarantee- Vinol, which contains lioof and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese imptouateH and glycero- [ihoaphotea, lo Htrungtlien and build ill) weak, run-down. overworked D. Higlnuolhaill Co., Ltd., DruKjjititH, Lotllliridye. Aluo ai tho bent druggllls in all Aluerla SxwoCSotve CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS The Busy Man's Health Regulator! THE DOMINION ALLEYS, OPEN AFTERNOON AND EVENING There is no Indoor game that equals Bowling for health, exorcise and recre- ation. TEN-PIN LEAGUE Entries are coming in for the City Ten-Pin League. Get your's in. The Dominion Bowling Alleys {Basement Dominion Building) With Young Ross as good as tho local fans know he is, if Eddie Brus- so, who will wear the colors of Cal- gary, is as good as they claim he is, tho boxing match at tlie Majestic on Thursday evening will lie a two-hillld- ed affair. For young Koss is good. Ask any of the 160 fans who saw him work out last night In Frank Mantcll's gym. On Monday Koss just lazled along and didn't uncover all he had. Last night he had everything, but -didn't work Ills punch overtime, his sparring partners not being over- particular to test that part of his rep- ertoire. Ross Is without doubt the smoothest thing in the way of a boxer that has ever been seen in action here that's no press agent dope. And there's going to be some crowd at tho match. A. big hunch is coming up from Sweet Kiver and south towns where the local boxer is well known. One Burdett man tele- phoned In last night for six ringside seats for himself and party of friends. Taber is sending along a uuota of Koss admirers, while Purple Springs, the home of the champ will bo well represented by friends anxious to see him win. Calgary is still talking special train, hut it the threatened strike material- izes, a crimp will be put in any ex- cursion idea. But in any event there will be a of ring fans down from the Cow Town north of Kipp. Of course i, hut Brm hey can't 3so, but th see anything to it :y are due lor the 7 The Perfect Glint It keeps the tongue and lips moist soothes i the throat relieves the strain oi over-taxed muscles. On platforms, in halls or at banquet boards it limbers up the vocal chords. Carry it with you and nibble a bit to keep you as fit as a ie flfr f A to makes the imuic uiir Bext m cigai. tagte better. Write Win. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, far the Sprightly Spearmen's Mother Goose book. ChewH utter Two ttettctous C46! 99SUCSS Efl MAIFSTIf THFATRE JukJ i 111 LI TO-MORROW NIGHT Thursday, October 2Gth Boxing Carnival One package proves it. Sold and surprise of their sweet young- lives il'j guaranteed by above Vinol druggist, they think lions dwsn't know' the same. A drat Falls gentleman was In the city lasl night and saw lioss work out. "Ho- thill's fie euy who put Slick .Men-Ill mil In 18 lound. eli? Well, he's some was tliis fan's .MnnleH's smoker weal off. with urc t eclat as they say in the poetry column. The fans were the quietest and nicest Inim-h Frank says he has ever seen. Fraul; worked tw-o rounds each with Rosnu and White-head, a lo- cal soldier wliu exhibited some sci- ence, and then Kid Ksuiowski and the I- n (o Kid mixed it Cor two rounds full of pep. came on then and was given n great hand. After skip- ping n couple of rounds, Frank '.Mantell i went into the ring u-ilh him and! the> showed a line of breeze for the I the ComiM and tho Linos came two goes that tunk away the breath j togetner in the first round of the. 10-j of the fans. Neither extended himself Lin serjes Df the Herald Bowling Lea- but it was tho flakiest hit of boxing gue> wjmt the Comps did to tlie Liuos ceil here in many a long day. rGvenge a five-pin defeat re- Ross stayed rijrht in the ring, mov- Ing every minute and then the Frisco Kid took him for a round. lie was immediately followed by Harry Ahearn who went nvo. The last round YOUNG ROSS Middleweight Champion of Canada vs. EDDIE BRUSSO Of Calgary, Brother of Tommy Burns, ex-heavyweight champion. Ten Rounds Go Down Before Comps in Cur- tain Kaiser in Herald League PRESS VS EDITS SATURDAY THREE GOOD PRELIMINARIES 1 FEATURING CHARLEY JONES AND KID SADOWSKI DOORS OPEN 7.30 MAIN BOUT9.30 Ladies Invited 1 Prlcss: Ring Side, Main Floor Balcony 50c, 76c, ?1.00 I All Scats soiling at Medley's Drug Store and Alexandra Hotel Cigar Stand between Koss and Ahearn was an eye- eently suffered, would he too horrible to relate. The Comps pied the type- setters and stood 'em on their heads in the middle of the alley. At that, Frey was high man for the night with 17l> single game and -175 for the opener or, the speed and science of three. Kane was next with the latter, wiio mixed it at every next gamc jn the series will be turn, giving hack as good as he got. j on evening when the Press The fans were up on their hind legs i clash. The scores: when tho hout was finished. Brother i Cornps Boh Ahearn then tackled the game jonM........ 102 for three ro.umls which were plenty j Hawkins 88 stiff to suit anybody looking for a workout. Jimmy Lush supplied the 10R brawn for the last two rounds, "Which with about ten more rounds of sha- dow boxing, f not work and skipping, made rounds for Ross without ever a let-up. His wind is ail to the good and fans here are assured that he can go the route. They know that Thurs- day evening's match will be no fliv- ver as far as the lightweight cham- pionship claimant is concerned. 131 KG 124 HUlior Smith Frey (CoXTIXUF-b-FROM PAGE) to meet the wishes of the people." Should Have Views Another expressed himself thus: "We would bo none the worse of a little airing of views by the citizeits as to what they think of tho expendi- ture of year for a city soli- citor; the salary appears to me to be altogether too high; and some more economical arrangemynt, should be made." A leading business man said: "If the citizens express themselves as in favor of the proposed platform it will indicate that we are proceeding along what appears to be a normal course for cities that have adopted commis- sion government, Many of these cit- ies are now being managed on the lines of a business company, by a city manager, who is responsible for all the work of administration, and who has a small Advisory Commission to guide him." The Mayor's Views "I am strongly in favor of the com- mission government of Lethbridge as it stands said Mayor Bardie, when giving his. ideas regarding the views expressed in the artjcle in the Herald last evening, as to the elim- inating one of the big commission sal- aries, "if the condition was created as suggested in the said the mayor, "it would be necessary to en- gage a city engineer who would be responsible for.the department of pub- lic works, and his salary would be at least S2000. Medicine Hat at present really has three commissioners, the mayor, who is finance commissioner, with a city engineer and a superin- tendent of public utilities." Other "citizens 'have also expressed themselves as opposed to the ideas suggested in the article. One old- timer said that the commission form of government had -given great satis- faction since its organization and had already effected- great economies. Another citizen also pointed out that the elimination of the public utilities commissionership would mean the ne- cessity of engaging- a city engineer, and this wo.uld practically bring the cost back to where it now is. (From Our Own Correspondent) Raymond, Oct. was resumed yesterday .and it looks like the weather had settled. About 25 outfits are operating in the territory adjacent, to Raymond and another thirty days of favorable weathei would see the entire crop threshed. The elevators are taxed to their ut- most in handling the grain, .but the C. P. R. gives assurance that plenty oE cars will bo available. There may be temporary congestions, but a repe- tition of last year's blockade Is not anticipated. The tag day in the Interests of tho Sailors' Relief Fund was only a par- tial success here owing to the unfavor- able weather. Over was raised but Oia cQinmlUoe amdeteriuiuca to 451 Linos 70 S7 17 C .137 39-1 3S2 ----------------i will have auutlim'! year. On November 1st the commercial c.ourse opens with Edgar Stott of Cardaton in charge. As yet the student body has not effected an organization but will j do so shortly. This will mean the commencement of school activities, including athletics. It is almost cer- tain that, the Academy will have a strong: basketball team this winter, and some games will be arranged with the Lethbridge Y. M. C. A. boys and other aggregations in the south. The shipment of potatoes by local Japanese to Winnipeg has begun., Every fall enormous quantities po- tatoes, cabbage and other garden pro- duce, are shipped east, where a ready market is found. This year the Japs have done exceptionally well with their gardens and are getting a good price for their stuff. The Raymond Mer- cantile Co. Is handling the them. 45S To Avoid Distress After Eating A Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet What the Stomach Requires to Digest Even the Plain and Simple Foods. Be Convinced With a Free Trial Package. Acute indigestion may come so un- expectedly that to have Stuart'r, Bys- peiiaia Tablets at hand is liho having a fife preserver with you when out in a boat. A'gassy, sour stomach will fcweoten and settle down like magic after these wonderfully efficient tab- lets. And beat of all you can eat every- thing worth eating conscious of the 'faot that "come what may you are al- ways fortified against any sort of la- digestion or dyspepsia, water brash, llnesB, gasing and so on. The mere' fact that they are sold in every drug'store in the United States to what extent thoughtful peo- ple rely upon Stuart's Dyspepsia ifits to prevent or to overcome stomach disorders. Get a 50-cent box today and learn what it means to have absolutely no fear of anything to eat. For a free trial send coupon below. Free Trial Coupon F. A. Stuart Co., 23Z Stuart Bldg.. Midi. Send me at once by return maii, a free trial- pack- age of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. We Bought a Big Stock of BUILDERS' HARDWARE Before the Prices Advanced and can offer very special prices on BiiiMci'.s' Hardware, Paints and Varnishes. It will pay you to submit speciflontlons for our prices before purchasing. SELL Stanley Garage Hardware If you are wise when you build a garage, simple or elaborate, it will have Stanley Hardware. For every sort of garage, wood or concrete, brick or there is just the right SWnley Hardware. Doors hung on Stanley hinges close weather tight and Stanley fastenings keep them so; a condition not possible witi Hiding doors. CW.GRAY 310 FIFTH ST. 3. HARDWARE PHONE 761; Name Street reach the mark before tho cam- paign is finished. In the evening a. dance was given in the opera house and a substantial sum was realized for the Sailors' Fund. Mayor O'Brien is directing the affairs ot this patriotic irganization here. The enrolment at the Knight jmy ta steadily climbing, and from ttiikdtious Institution MADE IN CANADA t ThTl917 Ford Coupelet f.o.b. Ford, Ontario A comfortable closed' car that can be turned into 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 and business men. Note the new streamline effect, tapered hood, crown fondere larger radiator, giving greater cooling eurface. To Insure early delivery, place yeur order today. FORD GARAGE 1282 THIRD AVE. LETHBRIOGE ;