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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBEfl MO, I UK! THE LKTimiUIXili DAILY PAGE TMKKJi "We're ready to serve you" DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 FORGET Please notify [CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE iiJury, Secjr. .Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. J. P.. OLIVER. City Clerk, Secy. BOWLING Open Afternoons ...and Evenings... THE "DOMINION" BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement Dominion Building) mm lay pitcked hiits with insufficK there was no The F'- MADE IN CANADA The 1917 Ford Coupelet f.o.b. Ford, Ontario A cOTiiiorUiblo closed Hull can be turned into :m open one in two minutes. A favorite with women who desire nn all-weather oar for social occasions, also an ideal cur -Tor doctors and business men." Note the new streamline effect, tapered hood, crown fenders and larger radiator, giving greater cooling surface. Studebaker Four F.O.B. Lethbridge This is ihc car'that lias doiibJcd the output of the Stiulchakcr Factories in one year, aud they are still thousands of cars behind their orders, with .no let up in production. This is the car that jyi'ves you everything that can. be desired in a, motor car. Power, Eas.v Kiuing ami Comfort. Room for seven passengers when you wish it and plenty, of room for the load the ordinary car carries with ample space for. parcels. without placing it on tlie running boards or holding in your lap. N When you enter a railway coach your first thought is to get a double scat if possible and a place for your baggage so that you- can ride ill comfort. The same thing applies in an automobile, and that is .what we give you in this Stndebaker Four. Comfort at all times and under all conditions. Further our front seats are adjustable for all passen- gers. This advantage you cannot get in any other car. See this car before you buy. Do not be like numerous, others, who have come to me when It was too late and frankly, admitted that they paid too much money for what they got. Tires anrt Accessories of All Kinds. Vulcanizing a Specialty. Stiidebaker Garage 322 SIXTH 'STREET 3. j. T. GRAHAM, PROP. HERALD SPORT SECTION The (.'inmiry Chili met with CM. II. Whilscl Saturday and t NEWS FROM 2-15 Will Come Off Program Being Arranged, Includ- ing Looks Fine For the Vvittichen- Kacker Contest To Be Held on November Wh. Some time within the next or three weeks the Lethbridge Sports and Amusement Club is go- ing to stage a smoker at the Ma- jestic in aid of the Soldiers' To- bacco Fund. The management of the club got together Saturday and unanimously agreed that the men who like to see a good boxing match are just the fellows to see to It that the boys at the front are kept supplied with plenty of the soothing weed, and would wel- come an opportunity to contribute. So the club now busy arranging a smoker for the occasion, the date of which will be announced later. If possible, a couple of wrestling bouts will be arranged, which together with about three boxing contests, will give the fans p.'enty of action. In addition, a FALL BEFORE number of musical items will be arranged. The program will be a pleasing one and no doubt the coffers of the" Tobacco Fund will be considerably enriched as a re- sult. .Meantime the club is busy ar- ranging the details of the match which takes place on Thursday, Nov. 9, between Alabama Kiel Wit- tichen and Hacker, the two north- ern scrappers, who want to come to Lethbridge to settle a long- standing dispute in a ten-round bout. Both these boys are fast as chain lightning, and both are game to the core, GO ten rounds of fast boxing may be looked for. Good preliminaries will be staged, and those who were at the Majestic last Thursday niqht know what that means. "Y" AND 0. X. TEAMS PLAY BASKETBALL TOMORROW The Y. M. t.'. A. and Ilin X. basketball teams meet to- morrow night in tho "Y" gym in a scheduled league basket- ball maich and spivmtora lire promised one of the fastest names of the season. The S. outllt is out to retrieve its defeat at the hands of Hie TSth Iliitlery. while Ihe "Y" crew hopes 'to uphold the honor of the institution whosr) name it hears. Tho basketball being lilayeil in the league year is tlie fastest without a donbl Unit lias ever heen seen in tlie city. j ICLEVELAND WRITER'S OPINION OF GRANEY Tlie Unc-li'inir Orchestra under ilia (leadership of Professor Urcimo fur- j nlshed music for a dance, at i on Knlnr'lay. August Flora reports Ihc arrival o! iwn !a new girl at his place .Monday and all diilnij wcll.dus i.i -.vuiirlng an extended I Ins" "heen" dc'laved 'bv" the smile in celebration of tlie event, but with sell led weather most Mrs. Mary A. Welhorll is cooking !o eg s.nihl bo threshed In the i for .Unklind's threshing .1. Ilil'Xl' iwo weks !be llomrey district and is assisted by j Mr. Olo Lin'd is making pruparations Miss .Myrtle. !lo move on to Ihe Umxinc .Some of the Onc-Four settlers are i ,vhich he purchased a K.liorl time ago. supposed to live on potatoes am Home In the east side of this! straw lliis winter but when you add Wl'shipuiid llenrv Kllcrl in the wcsii'" Ihe bill of far.! creamed carrots, Ulde'are both i-rcctiilK new barns. mashed turnips, boiled cabbage, onion i' lames ollphant who lias heen ser- slew, roasl heel, ham and bacon, ham Second Game ten Pins in Her-i Trims Big College Rival am} ale! Tale 1'uts Championship Hopes Of a Duck j On the Blink Obstacles Don't Stop the Slugging i Left Fielder of the Cleveland Americans Henry I'. Edwards a well known j Cleveland sporting writer, says ot f 1 "Glad" Graney, the St. Thomas. Out., i player with the Cleveland Americans: i "Glad" Graney of the Indians, is .setting an example that other lea-j Rue players could follow with profit. i Graney although married anj close to thirty years of age, intends to start ithe study of medicine, lie intended ;to enter'the University of Chicago or iOhio State, lint discovered he must jbe hotter versed in Latin before he 'could enter either institution. Is lie at all feazcd by such an edict? 1 should say not. Ho merely entered Central High School in Cleveland, anil has gone in to acquire Jill the Latin 'he can during the next few months. a hall lilaycr as yon will, but where will you find a man in any who tlocs anything like that jfor tlie purpose of satisfying a great- !ei ambition when he already is assur- i ed of a splendid ill in the hospital ill Calgary home Thursday. His many friends will he glad to learn of his recovery and see him take part, in his share of tlie life of thy neighborhood. ONE-FOUR NEWS One-Four. Oct. Frank U'nisholni I is eookhiK at Hie "Q" Ranch. j .Mrs. Nelson of C'omrey was ;i guest j at tile Flora home last week. .Mrs. Owens and son of Xew Daylon visited Mr. ami .Mrs. 0. llreeno on 1 Friday. .1. 11. Wallace, .if the Blncktail raneh, was hnying butter and eggs in One-Four lasl week. William Van Ryswicli. of .Montana, was looking up threshing jobs on this side of the line recently. ami pumpkin pie. tried parsnips, roast, turkey and all the other good tilings that our farmers raise tiie pros- peet does not look so lliay would only bnil.l that railroad. OFFICIAL RAT CATCHER APPOINTED AT BRANDON Brandon. Oct. appoiiitnienl of an ollieial ral-tatcher, J. Grant, has initiated a relentless war on nils il: this city. There is no part of the city in which rats are nol to he Thirty-lwo rals were caught, al the 181st recruiting oilices on Rosser Ave Hundreds of break-back traps and eages are being distributed, tha medical officer is distributing rat poi- son to all citizens who ask for it. Special to Farmers FOR SALE-Six to Eight Thousand Gallon Water Tanks. APPLY Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA By a total of 123 pins, the Hit i won from the Press room gang j in the second round of the Herald j league ten-nil, series at the Dominion [Alleys on Saturday night. The Fdits it. III! Cambridge. Oct. Ha football team shalltrei] the pio'iship a yirations of the C. eleven here this allernoon. roulyd the liig combination To insure early delivery, place your order today. FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE oolj'all Hires games hy safe Ithaca. 2.1 to 0. anaid xwih .hiis placing themselves on un even superior to Cornell as tin. S.LO footing with the Comps at the toil of o hem for 502. vh.1, high odds of r, tn -I that. Cornell would: of iig of 17li. His roll- UupliKits the victory of a year aso j !'n" vat good enough to cop off a big! Tonight Han-areI supporters are mallard buns by the i ing poach Taughton as the miracle allev management for the high score j man" of yore. ot! Football Results At Annapolis, lid. 27, L'ni- of tlie match. So after the game was lover the winner tucked his prize nn- Ucr his arm, hied himself over to tho I Georgia 3. JMon Hepos where ho went into 37. Wooslor fi. 'At l.escrve terdav a flank attack was made on 0, neidclherg 21. the lirize by "a hungry-eyed pair of I At'West Villa! I summer widowers the" chef's work was so good that only the skele- ton remains today to adorn tale. The story of Saturday night's match as tola by the detailed figure Edits Torrance Groff...... WO 7li Long...... 350 readsi 142 378 lot', 502 1-17 338 117 -114 512 Press Cnin Hayter Home Kane 148 111 Hi3 1 The league standing today is 1 W. L. I ll 1 0 Nova At St. G. At Lawrence. Aggies 0, Kansas University 0. j At East Lansing, A. C. j North Dakota Aggies 0. At Salt II, Utah At of Nevada Utah Aggies 7. At Agricultural col- lege freshmen 31, Albany college 0. j Al Fort Collins, Ag- 32ii 1 ricnltnral college 14, Colorado college ,10__ i jo. At Middleton. 10, 'as 12ii 7. New 0. Vyil- 548 lf.09 Hams 0. At Hopkins 0, George Washington 13. At" New freslinien 10, Penn freshmen 0. At Lafayette. 14, Pur- due 7. At college. 38; j Throop .college, 0. j aud Lee 7; Georgia Tech., 7. I At Chappel Hill, .N. I of North Carolina, 3S: Virginia Mili-j tary Institute. 13. At New 7; Louis- iana Slate university 0. At Tampa. of Ten- nessee University of Florida, 0. At Norman, Okla. Missouri, i'3; r Oklahoma. 14. At Dallas, Indians, Texas A. and M.. 13. At Swarthmore, Comps Edits Uiios Press The game of the series takes place tomorrow evening when the i Edits meet the Comps. 0 P.C. 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 Take the advice of seasoned chaps. They will tell you that the secret of keeping fit and hearty is occasional piece of Diapepsin" for Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time it! In five minutes all stom- ach distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching of gas acid or eructations of undiEeRtpi! food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Pape's Oiapepsiu is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most certaip. indigestion remedy in the whole world and besides it is harm- less. Millions of men and women now eaj. their favorite foods without know Pape's Diapepsin will save them Erom any stomach misery. Please, for your sake, get. a large fifty-cent case of Pape's IMapupsin from any drug store aud put your stomach right. Don't keep on beinc; is too are not here IOIIB. so make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like, and digest it; enjoy It, without dread of rebellion in the stomach. Pace's Diapepsin belongs In your home anyway. Should one of your fam- ily eat something which don't agree with them, or ip. case of 'an atiaclc ot indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement nt daytime or during the night, it is handy to give 1 (he qulc.kest, surest relief Advertisement. At Wakefield. R. Island State college, IS: Connecticut A. C.. 6. R. 21: -Colby. Untver- At Providenc Rutgers, 3. At Waterville- sity of Maine, 0. At Nashville, 27; fi. At St. Louis university, 36: Williams and Vasftti, 7. At state, 32; Cincinnati university, 0. At State College Pennsylvania state, 48'; Gettysburg, 2. "At 5; Stevens; 0. 'At -Kingston, R. Island, IS: Connecticut, 6. Burham, -N. Hampshire, 9: Vermont, 13. At of Pitts- burg, 20: University of Pennsylvania, THE PERFECT GUM It's the best little refreshment a soldier can carry. The sealed package keeps it always full-flavored, fresh and clean. The delicious mint flavors sweeten the breath, prevent acid mouth and make smoking doubly enjoyable. It cleanses the teeth, appetite and digestion. Two flavors Write Win. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Bldg., Toronto, for Iree copy of quaint "MOTHER GOOSE" book illustrated in colors. FULTON COMING ALONG Eau Claire, Oct. ick Fulton, ot Minneapolis, knocked, out Andre Anderson, of Chicago, here after (10 seconds of the first round with a left: and right, putting "Ander- son through tlic When he re- turned, Fulton landed with a right to i the chin putting Anderson down for tlie 1 after every meal C37 ;