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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1915 THE LETH BRIDGE SAILY.HERALU PAGE THKEE The choice between Llfo Assur- ance Companies rests largely on the question of DIVIDENDS to Pollcyholders. In a compnrlson of theso as given in tlio last report ot the Dominion Government Superin- toudent of Insurance, The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada showed LARGER DIVIDENDS to Policyholdei's than any other company in 516 out of 835 pos- sible comparisons. "A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT." PHONE 1793. mm LEAGUE AFTER Y The Bowling- Alley IN THE DOMINION BLOCK Now open for the use oil the Public, All .sports will be welcomed. DILLON BEATS FLYNN New York, N.Y., Doc. Dil- lon .of Indiana poll a defeated Jim Flymi, the Pueblo (Col.) fireman, in a 30-round 'bout in Brooklyn, tonight. Dillon, weighing 175 pounds, conceded IS pound a to kis opponent. Flynn was severely p.unished throughout, taking a count of four in the ninth after re- ceiving a hard right to the jaw. Chicago, Dec. blood is tc be favored in the Federal League ranks next year. The stars who juinp- ed from the big to the third circuit will have to sliow more than their reputations for past efliciciicy. H they don't they are to be thrown to the discard. This announcement was made today hy President Gilmorc. The decision was reached after many postal and verbal conferences with Federal own- ers, in each instance the owners want lo see the newer organization of stars in the making rather than to watch the dimming of stars that have been. The announcement was tfiken to mean that the Federals will shortly resume'the offensive against organiz- ed baseball in a series of well plan- ned raids, not so much in big league camps, hut in the minors affiliated with 0. B. MILLER BEATS RENTROP Billings, Mont, Dec. Miller of St. Paul, .Minn., welter- Weight wrestling champion of the world, last night won two straight falls from Charles Rentrop, Portland claimant of the middleweight title. Both falls were secured with an arm-lock, the first coming in one hour and 22 minutes, and the second in ti3 minutes. BIDDING HIGH PRICES FOR WILLARD MATCH New York. N.Y., Uc-e. Manugur Johnston of Madison Sijuarf (Jin-den, announced that lie'would hang up on a bout between .Joss WIHurd and Jim Col'fey. Promoter John Reisler went one bettor, and said that be would pay for a fight between Wlllard and Frank Boston Heard From Boston, Mass., Dec. syndicate composed of known men, representing1 a pool of luft here today for New York to offer Tom Jones that sum for JCKK Wil- 'iiard to box Sam Langford. Tlie law governing in this city does not discrimin- ate against colored boxers. New Fall Collars t Chicago, HI., Dec. uE! the propc-sed Charley White-Freddie j Wei till boxing contest for tin; light- j weight championship of the world j was settled on Saturday night, whoa Kiltlie Pitts, representing the Denver' Businessmen's Association aek of I Ihf.1 affair, arrived in Chicago and i went into conference Nate Lew- is, White's manager.. They hi conference ten tninules ant! Pitts an- nounced that lie and Lewis had conic j to terms. As proof that the Denver i people want the bout, Pitts brought a sinned agreement from the western i people and a letter oE credit from a :imnk Denver, stating that I bad been placed in their cure as' Welsh's end of the purse should A Daily Always Acceptable and Delicious." 91 The Tea of all Teas. eisa Black, Green or Mixed Get a package and enjoy a cup of Tea "In sign articles once for such a meet- ANNOUNCE LINE-UP FOR TORONTO TEAM Toronto, Out., Dec. Liv- ingstone of the Toronto N.H.A., will have Lesuer for goal; Cameron. Tren- Ollth and George McNamara on the de- fence, anil the two Denneys, Skinner and Ronan for the forward line, in ad- dition to, several promising amateurs. One of these will be Keats, who play- ed in the Copper country last season, and who can play either defence or centre. COMPETITION FOR BEST PRIZES GETTING KEEN Almost a Score of Candidates Have Palled the Century Mark for Today's Could Follow Suit if They Wished to Do Wise i Ones Will Endeavor to Get Results Every Day. HUNTERS SWARM MINNESOTA Approximately 9000 in St. Louis County Woods Alone Duluth, Minn., Dec. re- turning here from the woods declare the present, big game season in north- ern Minnesota is an extraordinarily good one, and that more moose and deer have been shot tins fa'H than in i many years. j Approximately MOO hunters from various parts of the country took to he woods this month in St. Louis county, M-iun., alone. Hunting fatali- ties have been few compared with previous seasons. The great volume of business turned in at the close of the first period of the contest has been checked up and entered upon the contest Ibooks. Right new we wish to thank the candidates for their splendid work. At this stago it has never been surpassed by the results oi any the former com- petitions, on the Herald. In past contests, however, the last period has always exceeded'' the first in amount of collections. We give this much in- side-information in order that the ones who have made good progress will not .make the mistake of believing that they have covered their field, and have any of the prizes '.'cinched." Candidates, you have almost tliree weeks to collect the promises you failed to get in time for the first period. It will be an easy matter to in- crease your collections aail thus make up for the slight decrease in vote dreili Every town without a candidate is open territory, and there are hun- Is of subscribers who can help you without paying in advance. Vote Schedule Now in Force 'Daily Carrier. Price Votes 3 months ?1.QQ 400 6 months 2.00 1.000 1 vfiap ___.................... 00 3500 year (See receipt ibooks for longer periods) Daily Mail; months months......... 1 1.50 year....................... (See receipt ibooks for 'longer periods) 400 1000 3500 Weekly 1 year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 -5.00 SOO 2000 4200 MOO 10000 ADDED SUBSCRIPTIONS Candidates will gain greatly in votes by securing added sub- vote. for II month., before or on November 30th, 1200 votes werejssued. If thi. Mbscriber pays an ad ditional six wiM.. bi given, making .4000 in all; If a second year is added, 6000 votes will be given, making votes for the two yean. This rule will apply to all tefms of added subscriptions. Mrs. Thomas Bernler, 2 First Street. South............. Geo. T. Wride, Raymond, Winnie Htlseth, Lethuridge, P. O. 397 Miss Lula Nielson, Cardston, Alta, ._ Mils Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alta...............-----....... Mrs. Pearl ROM, Bow Island, Alti Mist Isabel Inkster, Barons, Alta......................, Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avemia Mils Walker, 624 Ninth .Street. South............... John Mils Thelma McEachern, B37 Street South........ Miss Rita McAndrews, Miss Evai Mutton, 814 Sixth Avenue South Miss Louise Scott, Macleod, Mra. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Alta. Robert Lackenby, Bow Mils Annie Pelletler, Monarch, Alta...............'.'.'.'.. Mils Alice Reardon, Ptncher Creek, Alta. Mrs. O. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Alta. Thelina M. Whyte, Por'em Alta. A. Mcllvena, A.'R. I. Library, Box 1149, Lett Rofcsrt Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall...........1............... John Cropley, 1216 Fifth.Ave. A South Miss Wlnnlfred I. Sellens, street A South. Miss Qoldie Pohlman, AHorado, Alta............... Mrs. John Reason, Deenng, Alta. Miss Alvera .Thelin, Orton, Alt a.....i........ The CONTEST CLOSES TUESDAY, DECEMBER MORE DAYS AFTER TODAY. Tear. Tile Dally Herald to the States is the same price as In per to the States .for the Weekly Herald arc at the rate JtlH, tlicw.tra 50c for ppstago, NEW YORK Seventeen Start the Long Grind at the Garden Next Sun- day Nr-ht ____, N.Y., Dec. teams have been drawn for the annual six-day bike race, which starts in Mad- ison Square Garden next Sunday at midnight. Alfred Creuda, who won last year's race in the Garden, has as his partner, Fred Hfl'i, a member of the winning team in the Boston race; Percy Lawrence, San Francisco, is paired with Jacob Jlagin, Newark, N. J., and Willie Hanley and Al. Hal- stead, San Francis ico, compose one team. Raymond Eaton and Edward Madden, Newark; Timothy Sullivan of Ireland and Leon Vaiider Stuyft I... are among the new entrants. more teams are to be selected. CHALLENGE TO DETERMINE EASTERN U.S. RUGBY TITLE Pittsburg, PH.; Dec. font- hail team of the University of Pitts- burg tonight challenged the Cornell eleven for u game to' determine Uie eastern Neither team lost a game during the season just closed. FOOTBALL M1DLA.VD SKC'TiOX ins. IJts. Nolls Korcsl....l8 Lewis City.......12 Soils County...IS Leicester F......11 O'HARA'S COMMISSION Toronto, Out.. Dec. A. (Bill) O'Hara, formerly a mem- ber of the New York and Si. Louis National league base- ball teams, and latterly of the Toronto Internationals, has been granted a commission in the Britten Roya'i naval air ser- vice. He will leave shortly j course in aviation which he for England to complete a course in aviation which he j commenced some' months ago 5r lYlii in the hydro-aeroplane school in this city. He has been an, enthusiastic, student of a via- tiou for several years. IJarnsley .........15 Hull City.........11 Bradford .........11 Sheffield Wed....11 lluddcr.sfield T..13 Bradford City...10; Lincoln City.....13 Grimsby T....... 8 tShcfiield ('.......13 Derby County... H LONDON" SKCTIOX Pts. PU. Chelsea ...........20 West Ham C....13 MilUvsill ..........16 Crystal Palace..13 Arsenal ..........M Queen's Pit. K..11 Kulham ...........11 Watford ..........10 Tottenham H...11 Clapton Onent.10 Brentford ........13 Croydon 6 XOHTHEHN SKCTIQX Pis. Pts. Burnley ..........1'J Liverpool........H Stoke'.............16- Manchester U...13 Manchester C...10 Oldham Ath.....13 Stockport Co...lli Hurv ..............12 Soulbport Cen..l5 Bolloti Wand..... 9 I Blackpool ........I.' Rochdale 7 j Ever ton..........11-Preston X. 1 Xi SCOTTISH LEAGUE Pts. Pts. ..22 Clyde .............M ..22 Aberdeen .........13 ..20 Airdrieonians ..13 i EX-RIDLEY FOOTBALL PLAYER NOW AT HEAD OF ITALIAN BIRDMEN St. Catharines, Ont., Dee. 1. the most interesting from the 'front which has reached the -authorities at liidley College, St. Catharines, is the announcement that "GinU" Doherty, '05, is now chief of the aerial, service of the Italian navy. He has been made a Chevalier. Doherty -was one of the best football players ever developed at old Ridley, and starred at outside wing. lie is a-son of a former mayor of Buffalo, N.Y. CHIEF BENDER SUES New York. X.Y., Dec. suit foi' a of contract in behalf of Charles (Chief) Bender, the pitcher-, was filed in the United States court here today against the Federal league of proiessiona'i baseball clubs. Ben- ,xid'er seeks to recover a judgment ol "pUsSGC from the league. The former "i'l TiHmh-lrton........ij'Philadelphia American star claims he v k-rk ......l'> was Ceased unconditionally 'by .Baltimore Federal league club last; H, llurd Lanark "li August in violation of the terms of his VlCTROLA NO. IV. with 12 selections, delivered t o your Home for, Gash balance 750. per week. CHRISTMAS offer: ONLY! If 1 were Santa Clans on duty Everywhere I'd go I'd lep'e a useful gift and The finest gift I know." 11 VlCTROLA NO. X. with 12 selections, delivered to your Home for Gash balance per week. CfiRISTMAS offer ONLY! VlCTROLA NO. VI. with 12 selections, 'with- or -without Record Cabinet for 120 Records, delivered to your Home for Cash Balance per. week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! Ml makes a useful and handsome present for it brings permanent pleasure and will make a merry Christmas last the whole year through LJL o o o VlCTROLA NO. VIII. with 12 selections, with or without 'Record Cabinet for Records, delivered to your Home for' CHRISTMAS offer ONLYl Few, if any, remembrances in the circle of choice Christmas presents ;can equal the Vidrota It is a seasonable, lasting gift. Its beautiful Music is revealed in its perfect reproduction of the world's greatest bands and artists. Think of ALL the musical instruments you have ever seen, of the best singers you have ever heard, ALL combined in ONE, and you will have a fairly good conception of what a Victrola really is VlCTROLA NO. XI. with 12 selections, de- livered to your.Home for Cash balance per week. CHRISTMAS, offer ONLY! o O...Q-... VlCTROLA N6. IX. with J with or without Record Cabinet for 150 RecQids, delivered to youi Home for Cash balance per wjeirfc. ONLY! q WiththeMason SRisch Victrola Department, it is just a matter of "which style of Victrola do you prefer" we carry an immense stock, ranging from the practical l.OO VICTROLfl in oak to the finest Instruments In mahogany and other rare woods Q And you will find that we as much interested in supplying you with a PERFECT instrument as YOU are in RECEIVING it! Prompt or Christmas Eve' as you may direct. MASON RISCH LIMITED VlCTROLA NO. XIV. with 12 selections, de- livered to your Home foi Casll balrfiice per week.. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! Jill. VlCTROLA NO. XVI. with 12 selections, delivered to your Home for Cash balance per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! 405 5th St. South, Lethbridge, until Sat After Saturday, Dee, 4tli, Balmoral Block, next to Wright's Jewelry Store. ;