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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ^^^j^w^^^����^I^MtMpM 1 ^'�HafJKS For Money  �*^ jOnljf,*�hsn you-buy Mutual Insurance "IMtfe Lift Inaurane* It Mutt Be Mutual" Phone or  E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 1793-�26 lOUvSt. South.. 0 READY TO HAND BACK THE STANLEY CUP COAST LEAGUE PLACE8 ITSELF IN HAND8 OP TRUSTEE8 REGARDING HISTORIC MUG Vancouver, Oct. 27n-Before departing for Seattle last night, President , Frank. Patrick; of the Pacific Coast Hockey League Association, authorized the statement that he .will ac-> quaint the Stanley cup trustees with ^i.'.l the (acts concerning the east vs. � the, west: Situation, and. will offer to turn .the trophy to the trustees or  defend it on the coast as the board ... advises..  ''We have no quarrel on our hands f with the cup-trustees;?' observed Pre-. trident Patrick-, "and will submit to \ their wishes. It it is their' desire that , we should return the trophy, we will ;i do so 'willingly, or, if they ask us to defend it here we will only be too pleased to comply with their request. Wc are through with the N.H.A." Nearly every player of class in the east has Iteen approached by President Patrick with a view to bringing them to the coast.- m - "GLAD" MURPHY^ Well known athlete who lies in the hospital with his spinal cord .broken, the result of a fall during a rugby game 'between- Hamilton; Tigers and Toronto Argonauts. HIb recovery is very doubtful.. CITY CLUB DROPPED $35,000 FEDERAL LEAGUE TEAM NOT A MONEY-MAKER, IT WOULD APPEAR' DUNDEE UNCORKED NEW STYLE OF FIGHTING AGAINST RITCHIE A later, report of; the Dundee-Ritchie light at New York Tuesday night indicates that. Dundee had the better of the iieht in five rounds and the ex-champion the better of it in thres rounds, while two rounds were even. The contest � was .bard fought after the.first, two rounds, when Ritohie was unable to find his man and was forced to clinch- frequently. Dundee's peculiar jumping .stylo .puzzled, the westerner." :!\'- . Kitchie took the aggressive in the third round and carried it by a shade,-although Dundee showed well at the infighting. The referee cautioned Ritchie for holding in the fourth, which was even. 'Dundee took the next three rounds, scoring with a left jab. His, clever footwork-kept Ritchie guessing,, many of his bldws  going wild. Ritchie sent in several bard tights to the head and body in the eighth, weakening Dundee,; and in the ninth kept the New York boy on the defensive. ! Both administered severe punishment in the final round. U Ritchie had an advantage of almost nine pounds, weighing 141� to Dun-dec's 1324. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 27.-That the Kansas City club of the Federal league lost $35,332:23 this year, although finishing high in the race-was incorporated in a report made to a stockholders' meeting of the club by Conrad XI. Mann, president, today. The report said : "In order that the season might be finished with credit to Kansas City, the directors personally advanced considerable sums of money to the company and it will be seen if the company is to be continued next season and avoid forfeiture of its franchise (now threatened) it must, be re-financed immediately. � "Only in Kansas City did - the Federal league show marked gain* in attendance over the figures of 1914;"    �    JESS JU8T ACHING TO HOP INTO RING ' WITH MISTER MORAN Dallas, Tex., Oct. 21.-Tom. Jones,' little "Jessica" Wfl-lard's "social" secretary, said today the champion was Just aching to get into the ring with Frank Moran, and he believed a match would be arranged at a meeting in New Orleans November 5. "rt! be glad to date Jess up with Moran," said Jones today.      REMARKS ON THE SIDE  LEW'S BESTS. MAN DOT Boston, Mass., Oct. 27.-Ted Lewis, the English lightweight, was given the decision over Joe Mandot of New Orleans by a wide margin in twelve rounds last night. ' .Mandot fought gamely, but was knocked down 'for the* count of nine In the 'first: round, and.- was floored again*in the tenth and twelfth rounds. , QUINN SILENT, A8 TO HOCKEY WAR "President of Eastern Association Will Not Dismiss Patrick" Declaration Until Meeting Hold Montreal, Que., Oct; 27.-Although official confirmation reached the National Hockey association today from the Pacific Coast.Hockey association that the',- "peace agreement", of four years-ago between theHwo'organiza-r tjong Is ,to be disregarded this season by the'Coast organisation, nothing could be> learned''tonight of the course of action 'to be followed,by the National Hockey association in .view of the threat -of ' President Patrick to rald'theeast'erri clubs for players. President Quinn of . the National Hockey association refuses to discuss the matter pending, a meeting of the association, which will" be- held shorts- Frank Barrieau and Jack Torres went ten rounds to ?a draw at -Wallace, Idaho, on Saturday. Who the mischief is Torres, ithat he could come out a draw with Barrieau 1  �  - According to James A. Gilraore, the Chicago Federals will get medals , for having won tne world's championship. Some of these � baseball mag-' nates are bom humorists. "  .  " ... � Salt Lake clinched second place in' the Coast "league Saturday by whipping Los Angeles 11, to .10. Looks like the Mormons are, better than Angels though we have always been led to believe otherwise. McG-raw is reported to have ; received five per'cent, for selling the Chicago ,Cubs. Anyone who. could-sell such a bunch in these times certainly deserves, more than a jitney, y- .....'...* ... ."...*.'.- . Willie Hoppe on Saturday defeated Koji Yamada, scoring 1,500 points;to the Jap's 1,231. A lot of people who knew this would happen are kindly letting us know about it after -the match has been concluded. . The latest report from the bedside of Glad Murphy 'indicates some improvement in the great athlete's condition. The fight the noted rugby star is putting up for his life^ in a Toronto hospital is being watched from coast to coaqg by Canadian-hero* worshippers. KANSAS GETS DECISION �..����New Orleans, La., Oct. 27.--Rocky Kansas of Buffalo was awarded. the /decision over Frankie Russell of New Orleans, last night, at the end of one of , the fastest ,� 15-round lightweight bouts ever seen here. -The weights were 133 pounds, > ;?fff| GOTHIC rm-ncw . s'jsjrMc' ) 8NODGRA8S AS MANAGER Chicago, 111., .Oct.,"87.-Fred Snod-gross, former Giant outfielder, and now member of the Boston Braves, will manage the Vernon club in the Coast league next season, according to a well-founded report. � 7 �+* LONG 8HOT WON STAKE    Newmarket, England, Oct. 27.-The Criterion Stakes for two-year-olds .; over.- theBretby Stakes course of six furlongs, run here yesterday,; was; wpn by C. 8. Howard's bay colt Feroi, by Willottyx^-Fayre, � rank outsider, sorting }at the long'odds of 20 to 1 agajinst. - Flaming Fire,, JB. toll,,was. secondhand Figaro, 3 toll, was third. PAGE THRiE"%& s^r / v �-* 10 per cent of out Fri and Sat Sales Go Towards the PATRIOTIC FUND Here is an opportunity to buy dependable, higli-rgrade merch^Jise for men at prices that in many cases are lower than you, will be asked to pay elsewhere and at tliemme time you are helping to Swell the PATRIOTIC fTJNl>^A sale that should appeal to everyone. You get the best here and pay less.. COMMISSIONER GRACE WILL CHECK UP OUR SALES EACH DAY AND RETAIN 10% OF SALES FOR THE PATRIOTIC FUND. 20th Century, Fit-Reform and Society Brand Clothes ,At Patriotic Prices Prices That Should Make Everyone Contribute Meu's Suits in-Tweeds and fancy Worsteds, all well tailored throughout and perfect fitting. Patriotic Price ... ...... ________... $15.00 Special Line of New Fall Suits' in blue serges, Tweeds, and Fancy Worsteds. Patriotic Price-" $18.00 and .. ..... > .....$20.00 Better Suits in the newest styles and patterns, in Tweeds and Fancy Worsteds. Patriotic Price $22.00 to ....., ,... ......$25.00 Men's Overcoats in Blue and Black Beaver cloth Patriotic sale, $12.00 and .. .....____$15.00 Men's Tweed Overcoats, ulster style. Patriotic Price, $15.00 and........ ............$18.00 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Men's Tweed Overcoats,.Ulster style with shawl or notch collars., Patriotic Price,, $20 to $22.00 Negligee Dress Shirts with or without Lounge Collars to match; sold everywhere at $1.50. Patriotic Price........ . �  $1.00 Negligee Dress Shirts with Lounge; Collars to match; all sizs. Patriotic Price $1.25 Men's Heavy Two-Piece Underwear in fleece and pure wool. Patriotic Price, ......... 50c. up Combination Underwear in.all tlie^best makes and qualities of silk wool and heavy'cottons. Patriotic Prices, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3, up Men's Black Cashmere Half Hose. Regular 50c value. Patriotic Price ....:.:..-.-..*... . 35C Special Line of Mens Fine Shoes in Box Calf and Velours. Patriotic Price,----. $3.75 Heavy Cloth Overcoats in Curly Cloth lining, and fur lining. Prices $18.00 up. Get the Habit-to the store of Better Values for your Fall Outfitting. [\ We sell everything for the Workingman, * in Shirts, Gloves and Mitts, Carhartt Overalls, etc.,- all at lower prices.  � - : - �;*-' - S THE **2" M?m?!E2i KIRKHAM BLOCK 1 't / ^1 LETHBRIDGE The Largest Exclusive Men's Clothing House in Southern Aibeitau, tli ;