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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'KSDAY, OCTOHKH ill, THE LETIIBniDGE DAILY HEHALU PAGE THREE Snmjtlc PiK'k- n K u o t I h o ryraniltl Trent nit-ill Now linVrat lo 1'nivc It Will Cur You. Pyramid Pllo T r 'o a t in n t quick ro- licl', Btops Hctl- or nrotl'lldlllK pllos, hemorrhoids ami "ill rcctnl troubles, In tlio privacy of your own Homo. r.Oc a. box ai a I llcrt Truo In nd us coupon belo w wrapper, it you FREE SAMPLE COUPON DTtTTCl COMPANY, eail'.mimlil BlilK.. Morahall. Midi. Kindly s I in" n Fiinipl" of mcnl, In plain wrapper. Name Street City Slate. HERALD SPORT SECTION BOWLERS HARVARD AND YALE SHOWING UP STRONG Meeting Called for Wednesday Night to.Organise City League Cardston, Ocf. 400 people were present I'rlday evening at the opening exercises of the new public school oillldlns. The trustees were on hand after 4.30 p.m., and conduct- ed a large number of the ratepayers through the building which proved a pleasant surprise to all who visited it lor the first time. j The general outline approaches ll NO DOUBT PTE. JONES DESERVED WAR CROSS London. Oct. of the liiteou Victoria Crosses, .Hie award of which ar> made in today's London Gazette, ir tci Pit. Thomas Jones who. arcord- iiiK lo Ihu official nccounl, uiior kill- iim throe snipers who were shooting liim, entered the German trendies a'ld. single-handed, disarmed 102 Ger- mans, Including three or four olliccrs.. and marched them back lo Ilic British I Hues through a heavy barrage lire. I P.lo. Jones takes his place in the! front rank of Individual heroes of the war alons with Lieut, llichacl O'Leary and Scrj't. Leo Clarke of Winnipeg. Harry K. Thav.- is out to heat. Almot M Junks for the place of Chief Jus- tice of the Court of Appeals in New York. Thau dcclaied that .lenks Mad unjust decisions ia the Not since 1909-10, when the Ar- cade alleys were new to the fans of the city, has bowling shown so much activity as this year with the re-opening of the Dominion alleys. The game Is already away to a good healthy start for the winter. The boys have their eyes on the king pin, and 200 scores are beginning to be common. There is a great call for the or- ganization of a City League, so on Wednesday night bowling fans .ire asked to meet in the Herald office at 8.30 to organize, elect officers and draw up a schedule. Meantime, prospective teams had better get together, "line up their squads and select a representative for the meeting. T.hc I. H. C., Lethbridge Mercantile and Herald have already lined up their squads. Three more teams would round out a nice league. The Elks will likely be in; one other aggrega- tion is lined up, and there is no doubt n sixth will be forthcoming. Remember, Wednesday evening at 8.30 in the' Herald office. Connie Has Good Start For 1917 Connie Hack has arrived at the conclusion that he has a fairly good pitching that may be very effective in another season. When he iljocau the campaign he had but two who might be called veterans-Bush 'and Wyckoff. The latter was sold to Boston" but Bush remains and is with- out any doubt one of the best pitchers in the land. Elmer Myers has come through and has pitched' ball that would have won most of his games had he ueen pitch- ing for any other club in the league. Tiiat gives Connie two sure-enough nitrhers Nabors is a promising hur- is very effective, hut is lack ing in control. Johnson, the Urslnu New York. Oct. play which swept through the gridiron gamut from superlative to mediocre square, the outside dimensions being powerful teams that hus entered the 125 ft. x ItiR ft., the 12 class rooms all Cambridge stadium in many season; and with the wagering 5 to 4 in their ill was interspersed with thrills, marked the week-end games where eastern elevens competed. At most without exception the com- noting elevens showed that another two or three weeks will lie required to put the loams on edge for the games which mark the climax of the season. Still another development of the day's play was the demonstration that no ho-.vever hig ami powerful, lean hope lo will from a rival of rea- sonable strength with an attack based entirely on the old school methods ot advancing the bull. In a broad vinw of Saturday's contests it will be seen thai almost without exception the team which showed an attack equally divided between lint' plunging and ipkirtlng, coupled with a perfected overhead offense, was the one winch emerged the victor. Cornell's Showing Disappointing Cornell went down before Harvard bv a surprisingly one-sided score. Wlh one of the biggest and most favor the Ilhaca players failed com- are not now required, but will be used plotolv to live up lo Ihu expectations for manual training and domestic ,r aiinnortors. I arts at some future time, givinp 1C have outside light, and are all on the one floor, four others In the basement of their supporters Yale Wins Impressively Next to the Harvard-Cornell game chief interest centered in the playing of Princeton and of Yale and while both teams came through to victory the showing of the Tigers was nol by any means as convincing as thai of the Elis Princeton managed to win from Dartmouth by the margin of four points, hut it was due to the prowess an individual player, as has trc- lenlly been the case in Ihe past. In defeating Washington and Jeffer- son decisivelv Yale made marked pro- ian combina- arts at some future time, giving ooms in all for ciass use. On Ihe ground floor there are eight rooms of uniform size 25 ft. x 32 ft., and four that are Iwo feel longer. 25 x feet. These are arranged In a hollow square forming a central court Aa x feet. gress, for the Pen tion plays a game 'The invasion of the middle west by Syracuse and Tufls resnllec! In an even break at the end of the .lay's nlav for while Michigan won from Indiana fell before 'liard to hold Special to Farmers FOR SALE--Six to Eight Thousand Gallon Water Tanks. APPLY Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA verv interestedly the dancing solus A nortii and fotltli entrance with vestibules are provided and immedi- ately above such arc rooms tor UK ..n'.co, :l 't' and the four lock- the orange'eleven Ihc New Englanders. the auditorium stage at one end and rooms for ers and shower baths (for use as a gymnasium) at the olhcr end. By projecting the roof of this centra! por- tion some S or 10 feet higher than the rest of the building, splendid light Is obtained, as the sides of this higher part are all glass. Si' big electric lights are suspend- ed from the roof by chains and give a brilliantly lighted hall for all social and athletic functions. It is also pro- vided ill the plan that a suspended running track can be placed around Ihe sides of Ihe hall should such be ;allcry extends on both n so that spec- rooms mentioned previously, the base ment provides for the heating plant and two lavatories. The ventilating system and heating plant are said lo lie lly gooil. Two larne boilers supply Ihe heat through radiators over which the cool outside air is passed and then o-irriod to ca'-h room. A 14 h.p. gaso- line engine operates a large fan so that cool air can be forced throng" the building in summer or the warm air in winter, as desired. Everything about the building shows Pros Kdw J. Wood officiated in uniting Mr. Guy Nielsen, oldest sou of .Mr. and Mrs. 11. -NMolson, and Miss Nora lirnwn at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown. There were many guests. though only relatives were present. As both families have large con- nections here, the relatives on either ordinary country o thai "for their "of forts by all who took advantage of the offer to inspect the building. Three Weddings Surelv the times are prosperous! We may judse so when the -wedding bells s church. Mr. Guy Nlelso is a grand- son of Mr. Johannes Anderson, oiir oldest farmer in C'ardston, some S, vi'-irs old The bride is Ihc second daughter ot .Mr. Frank. Urown. who lias been in business here for many On Tuesday last two other young couples were made happy by Bishop G W Green, at Lethbridgc. These were Mr. Elmer Alnscoush (Wooltordl and Miss Evelyn llracllmry, and Mr. Andrew Stratton and Miss Inez Pitcher. The young ladies are both of Cardston. rain storm during Thursday night delayed threshing operations locally until noon of Friday. The weather seems settled now ana all the. ma- AND G. X. TONIGHT IN EWERT CUP. CLASH Association Like That in Eng- land Needed to Control Sport Properly of the chief advan- tages of a national association in con- trol ot boxing is the authority such organization would have over the cLmptmsof the different classe, nnr.nnh rules :LS enforced ill fc Hams and Dunning are good enough -ims -in o exnerme t w i for a time longer, Under the rules as enforced in Eug- land by the National Sporting club of Wlltl tor H Limti mini uj f Wtiellier Ulis ia a lo-tc'---- Believing that bis pitching staff will London, the French Federation of genuine thins, re- ,-nT b" such a problam in 1917, Mack Boxing of Paris, and the Australian nresent hat ,01 on t get batters to drive in Boxing association of Austraha. cham- fo, 1 s voung pilehers.- That is pions must defend .-their titles once "liounllt Ping Bodie, Ihe every six months or forteit to bona why he has I erstwhile fence-buster; Thresher, minor league baiting champion, and Ray Bales, former Nap, who yields a powerful bat. WAR VETERAN m Please nahFy KNTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE 111 Howard'SMchbuiy, R Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. J. P.. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. r T BOWLING Open Afternoons ...and Evenings... THE "DOMINION" BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement Dominion Building) title challengers. These foreign hosing associations also set the weights at which tile championship bouts in .the various classes shall be contested, and also make the rules under which the bouts are fought. Weights Are Uniform As the weights In the three coun- tries named are uniform ami the rules practically the same, there is uniform- ity and international matches are easy to arrange. The weights as olucislly adopted and strictly enforced in Eng- land, France and Australia are: Fly- weight, 112 pounds; bantam, 118; fealher, 126; light, 136; welter, 147; middle, 160, and all above heavy. The result of this uniform enforce- ment of weights and rules makes the arrangement of championship matches scale weights and no uniform rules, there is a condition of the greatest confusion. Champions refuse to box unless they receive extravagant pur- ses, and some of them refuse to box at all unless they are assured an easy mark who will make no resis- tance or attack. One titleholder who won on a fluke has steadfastly refused to meet challengers except in ten ound no decision bouts in his home own. Lieul. Chas. Gordon Mortimer, a Vancouver lawyer, educated at Kings- on and Toronto, died at At'the "Y" gym tonight the Y team anil the Grain Ex- changes meet for the third game of the basketball league, and it will be worth while lor fans to drop in for an hour to witness the fray. The boys of the G. X. are out to retrieve v their defeat of last Thursday night at the hands of the 7Sth, and they hope to ilo so at the v expense of the Y squad. Be on v j deck. There is no admission v, fee. FRANKIE FLEMING QUITS Montreal, Oct. Flem Inc featherweight champion of Can-, ad'a, says he has fought his last ring Whether this is a farewell of the I'atti variety, or.the genuine thins, re- mains to be seen, hut at the present time Fleming is., firm..in bis declara- tion that he'sJtlirough. The, little La- prairie sorrel-top is crippled wan rheumatism and lias been suffering from a bad cold. "I. wouldn't fight Eddie Wallace again for said Fleming yesterday, when talk of a re-j turn match with the Brooklyn Kid was i broached. "After he fouled me in our first meeting here he went around New York with a story that he knocked me Out. When I beat him I was satisfied, and I'll not tight him j again, nor anyone else. j aao ports most readily and without ineo. arYriS Uiree times in threeday, chines are busy. MADE IN CANADA The 1917 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 dcsirean all-weather car for social or shopping occasions, also an.idcal car for doctors and business nicn. Note the new streamline effect, tapered hood, crown fenders and larger radiator, giving greater cooling surface, To insure early delivery, jfour order today. GARAGE 12ii! THIRD AVE. S., UETHBRIOGE Resolve to Succeed Throw off the handicap of petty ills that make you grouchy, listless and de- pressed. Get at the root ot your clear your digestive system of impur- ities, put it in good working keep it healthy with BEECHAM'S PILLS They act promptly on the stomach, liver and bowels, re- moving waste matters and pu- rifying the blood. Not habit forming, never gripe, but leave e organs- strengthened, i.p cceed in life, or wprki.first ave a healthy body. This f ous remedy will do much t Help You the su Lmt.1 Stkof Aw Ml b kMH, iS TOMMY HAD TO TRAVEL An Unknown Gave Gibbons a Hard 12 Rounds in Winnipeg Winnipeg, Oct. 30..-Tommy Gib- bons, of St. Paul, met a tartar when he banged UP against Joe Hernck, of a 12-round bout here..; Herrick made the brother of the fam- id more effective Mows. But in the welfth round Gibbons landed a ter- fic left hook to the point of Iler- ck's jaw and knocked the Kewanee nknown to the floor, but he was up i a hurry and stuck out the round, nd finished the fastest -12 rounds een in Winnipeg for many a day. BILLINGS FOR N. W. LEAGUE Vancouver, Oct. to atest information received Joe Cohen ormer Spokane hasetmll man, arrived n that city from Billings, Mont., and eclared that Billings was ready to nter the Northwestern league for the easbn of 1917. Cohen declared that the citizens ave subscribed the amount required o be placed with the league as a. guarantee, and have concluded nego- lations for a ball park. Application or a franchise, says Cohen, will be nade when the Northwestern league magnates meet in December. SAYS BAT AIDS PUBLIC HEALTH Cincinnati, Ocf. A. R. Campbell of San Antonio, Texas, pleaded for the life of the bat at the closing session ot the convention of the American Public Health assoeia- iou here .today. .Campbell said it is mown that the bat feeds almost ex- clusively on mosquitos, and for that reason should he protected, as mos- quitos spread malaria. He advocated that laws be passed by the states pro hibiting the killing of bats. J HERALD BOWLING TONIGHT 4.--------- Tonight at the Dominion al- leys the Edit and Coiups squads will tangle in a scheduled ten- pin game In the Herald Bowling Neither team has been beaten In the aeries to date and tonight's (ray will tell the tale The alleys are in great shape and the boys are besin- ning to Cnltuiil PtiliHeiphii 1878. LA PLAZA JSt-2Jargef TO MOST 20? CIGARS Some Tobacconists will try to sell yon other Cigars. WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "LA PLAZA" ORIGINATED BY S. DAVIS SONS; MONTREAL. Tfac Largeit ot Canadj. we bsTe mailc for over hall a Cenlory. Canada's Boys Want Smokes! They arc facing fearful conditions, They arc fighting in freedom's cause They are honoring Canada's name. THEY WANT JUST ONE THING! -When thev were in Canada they could do as youdo, go.into, the neivr- csl store :ind a fresh they are.asking'you Wj their urgent need. WERE THE WORDS OF A "I was nine weeks without a smoke" When the boys come home yon would not like tl.-em to tell you.liow they suffered fpi- lack1 of Tobacco Such a little Every smoker knows what it means to be without Positive discomfort Absolute suffering Think of one night; two a week; a month; nine weeks, and no Tobacco Look at This Boy's Face and Hands Contributions for this fund received and forwarded by Coco Hon Treasurer of the local branch of the Fund. The Herald will also receive at-d forward subscriptions. A. E., ;