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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN MILLION DOLLARS Of the ntw Canadian War Loan was subscribed for by CANADIAN Life" Insurance Companies. ARE YOU PATRIOTIC when you buy Life Insurance In companies that are NOT CANADIAN? Insure In the Mutual Life As- surince Co. of Canada, CANADA'S ONLY MUTUAL Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. HE BOY PER Of PUCED FIRST 4 .5. McGOORTY WINS AGAIN IN. AUSTRALIAN BOUT RANKING OF U. S. TENNIS STARS PUGILIST CARPENTIER IS HONORED .Paris, .Dee. G. Carpehtier, champion heavy- weight pugilist of Europe, now attached to the French avla- lion corps, has been decorated with the military cross for bril- Hant and daring reconnaissan- ces in an aeroplane. A WORD TO THE WISE Any facilities thit the civic admin- litratlon can accord the who TO MEMORY OF WILDING Xew Vork, Dec. 4 Members of the executive committee of the United States National Lawn Tennis associ- ation met here tonight and accepted the rciiort and listings of inn rank- ins committee. The proceedings were in secret, liut it was intimated thai William Jl. Johnson, tlie 'Sun; Fran- cisco youth, who won the national singles championship, headed the list of 100 men. It is believed that 11. Norris Williams IT. will be placed second and thai M, E. .McLoughlin, last year's ranking player, would be relegated to No. 3. Miss Molla Bjurstcdt beaded the Cash Prises For Quick Work is Attracting Much Attention A OR PICK-UP FOR BEST AND SECOND BEST WORK FOR FIVE DAYS SHOULD CAUSE CANDIDATES TO PUT ON A LITTLE MORE VOTES YOU GET DURING THIS SPECIAL OFFER ALSO COUNT AT THE FINISH FOR THE BIG PRIZES. Chicago, Dec. lie. Goorty, a middle weight of Os- Itosh, Wis., who is boxing in Australia, has scored his fifth successive knockout, according to a cubit-gram received by hi6 friends here loduy. His latest victim was Nick King, who was floored in the fifth round of a scheduled twenty-round contest ut Sydney. IEI way. MEMBERS OF CANADIAN ASSOCIA- TION BARRED FROM PLAY- ING WITH AMERICANS Now's the time to make every move count. work the last part of Ihe contest not win first place. .Map out so many votes for each day them and us many more as you can. Hepeat the next day. As a sido issue Itt-ep in mind the cash prizes offered for the most mon- ey collected from last Saturday to and including next Thursday. the ten dollars if you after it anyway. At any rate, you'll he pil- ing up votes for the mllflh. Voting today was quite general, and while there arc a great many changes in tho line-up, there are not many votes between the leader and the other good workers. The Carilslon candidate tops the list today. Who'll lead tomorrow? Votes will he added dally. frtnuent Hwidenon lake, will be duly I list of 25 women players. art nuick. nnrt wnK offered bV C. r. appreciated, provided they act quick- the skating Is good, A word to the wise It sufficient. Tommies' V.'it 1 Scene: Somewhere In France some time last winter. On the G-erman trenches a placard 1 -n-as erected, bearing the words "Gott mit Our British Tommies wero not to be outdone. Dp went their rival notice: "ftVve got mittens RUQby Football Hero He -walloped a guy on the eyebrow, And broke another man's neck. He busted the nose Ot a third of his foes jind proceeded" to' pillage and wreck. He emerged from' It" muddy and Jn the wreck of. football suit, AM a. maiden who saw "JRaw, Don't yo-j'think he Is perfectly, jort was' offered by C. F. Inmun, W. L. Pate and W. M. Hall, along with the women's list, which was prepar- parcd bv Mrs. May Sutton Bundy, Mrs. B.'F. Briggs and Mrs. W. H: Pouch. This list will be made public on Sunday, it was announced. Resolutions on the death of An- thony F. Wilding were presented by Craig Biddle of Philadelphia. They will he sent to Australia. Ran fcoxyler There lives.a man who has bowled fourteen 800 scores, which mean noth- ing to you. If'you are not a ten-pin player. If you' are, you will: bow, to He Is Jimmy Smith and Is. how, In-San-Francisco after a visit to the; north-west- He-lias won of, 74 series ho has; engaged in dur- ing his tour. of the-country. i 764. Torontci, Dec. the meeting ot t-lie Ontario Hockey association exe- cutive tonight, Manager Shannon of Cleveland, failed to convince that body of the genuineness oi liis team us an amateur organization. It was decided that all clubs and players un- der 0. H. A. jurisdiction will bo dis- qualified if t licy compete against qualified Cleveland. DE ORO NEW RECORD Fifty Points in 33 Innings Three Cushion Billiard Championship. It was further resolved to call the itlention or the Amateur Athletic Jnion of Canada to the stats of af- fairs in connection with the migra- tion of hockey players to Cleveland, with a view to communicating with ihe American Amateur Athletic Un- on. Chicago, Dec. Alfred de Oro es- tablished a new world's record at three-cushion billiards last night when he ran [ifty points in 3f> innings. The previous record was 3fi innings for the ftfty points, made by Frank Day, of New" Orleans, in a match with De Oro at St. Louis in 1907. De Oro's record was made in the second .block of his match last night with August Kiechefer of. Milwaukee. The latter scored 30 points in 34 inn- ings, and had a high run of S. De Oro's high run was li. FAMOUS TOMMY PHILLIPS Vancouver, Dec. Phillips, lie old Kcnora star, will referee the mening match of the Pacific Coast ,eries here Tuesday between Van. :ouver and Portland. His appoint- nent was announced this morning by Frank Patrick of the P. C. i. A. Mickey Ion wi'il referee the game in Seattle between Victoria and he Metropolitans. .Montreal, Dec. Ross will wear an Ottawa uniform again this winter. The bis Tel- low signed up last night when Frank Shaughnessy was here to attend the N. H. A. meeting. Ross is considerably overweight at- the present: time but will Be- ready when the gong rings. 6'DOWD BEAT BRENNAN Minneapolis, Dec. O'Dowd if St. Paul hftd the better of Frankio Breiman, Detroit, in a teM-ound bout lere tonight. O'Dowd knocked Bren- nan to his knees five times .in the eighth round, after which the Detroit fighter hung on to save himself from a knockout. BOSTON'S TAR BABY LOSES TO H. WILLS, NEW ORLEANS HEAVY N-ew York, Deo. Wills, of New Orleans, a negro heavyweight, outfought Sam bangford of Boston, in every round-of their ten-round bout here tonight. Wills weighed 20S bs and Langford 155. Wills also had the advantage of height and reach DECOTEAU TO RUN Calgary! Dec. 4.-Alex Decotcau the Edmonton athlete, winner of the an- nual Canary Herald road race in 1910 and 1916, will again compete this Snristmas, according to a letter celved yesterday. The race ib a dis- tance of a- -little more than ta. and entries close on December 2 'COACH PRANK aHAUOHNESSY Well known coach of the Ottawa rugby team in the BiB Four league, and manager of the Ottawa Canadian league baseball team, who has 'been to succeed "Bill" Clymer as the manager, of the Toronto Inter- national league baseball team. 1 AMATEUR 'UNION CARDS The Alberta branch of; the Amateur Uhfcn has'- received the new application: forms for amateur carts.' 'Hockey play. ers throughout the province can secure cards from the follow- Ing governors: Medicine Beattic. Lethbrlugef-K. H. Pobson. M. C. A. Red Mann. C.-.. J- Ohown, Miss Lula Nielson, Cardstou, Alia..............- Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethbridge, P. 0. Box 397 Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Alia................ Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South MIES Thelma McEachtrn, 537 14th Street South Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alia......................... (jio. T. Wride, Haymund, Alia......................... John Wright, Hardieville, Alia.....................-.. Mn. Pearl Ross, Bow Island, Mias Isabel Inkster, Barons, Miss iva Walker, 624 Ninth Street South Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Alta. Robert Lackenby, How Island, Alta.................... Mrs. Thomas Bernier, 2 First Street South Miss Eva Hutton, 81! Sixth Avenue South........... Mios Rita McAndrews, Hetlaw, Miss Annie Pelletier. Monarch, Alia................... Miss Louise Scott, Macleod, A. Mcllvena, A. it. 1. Mrs. G. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Alta.................... Miss Alice Reardon, Pinchor Creek, Alta................ Mies Thelma M, Whyte. Foremost, Alta. Robert Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall Miss Elvera Thelin, Orion, John Cropley, 1216 Fifth Ave. A South Miss Winnifred I. Sellens, 711 7th Street A South. Miss Goldie Pohlman, Altorado, Alta................ S.OOO Mrs. John Reason, Deenng, Alta. 5.000 The CONTEST CLOSES TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21 All subscriptions to the States for the Weekly Herald are at the rate of per year, the extra SOc being for postage. BRING BACK THE FADED CHEEKS Anaemia and Chlorosis are caused by. weak blood. Your doctor will tell you that nothing will bring back the rosy hues of health as quick- ly as Wilsons a la Quina du Perou: Because it is a combination of full-ripe Douro Grape Juice, retaining all the mineral salts, grape-sugar and fruit Cinchona Bark, the most pow- erful nerve tonic. A few weeks' use will revive lost ambition, awaken the lagging appetite and put new life into the nerve centres. Wlien your kidneys hurt and your back feels sore, don't get scared an, proceed to load your Sl IT mild harmless salts which removes the nrtnons waste and stimulates them to ..heir nomal-activlty. The f notion of, the kidneys Is to filter the blood. In .34 hours they strain from.it-.BOO.grainsot acid and waste, so we can readily, mi, Serstand the vital; importance of keeping the kidneys active. Drink lots of watet-you can t.drink too much; also get from any.pharm- acist about four ounces of .lad Sails, take a ta-blespoonful in a water before 'breakfast each morn- ing for a'few days and .your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clean. and stimulate cldgged kidneys; also to neutralize the acids in urine so it Is a.source of irrita- tion, thus ending bladder weakness. Salts is Inexpensive; cannot in- jure; makes a delightful effervescent lithia wMur drink '.which everyone should take now and' then to keep their kidneys clean iarfd active. .Try this, also keep up ,tho -water drink- ing and no doubt you will wonder what became of your kMncy trouble and backache. J. U- ft Co., Limited, ment. (Co-STi.vtJKD FIIOXT ige, stood prominently. If he fin- ishes' his present term he will have years 'in Congress, eight IHE CANDIDATES (CONTINUED FXOM FIIONT PAGE) ,T. T. Brown was elected uy acc'iama- lion For councillors, three vacan- cies, there are J. W. Low, Scott Hin- lorty vears "i is speaker. Other Republicans man, C. W. Jacobs, F. Watklns. A. J. Scotter, John Holmes, H. B. Mclntosh. For school board, three vacancies, C. W Card, C. W. Burl, J. B. Harris, W. who remained at home during the last Congress to reappear toda? were Nicholas Ingworth, of Oliio: William B. Mi Kinley, W. A. Hodenbers, Wil- liam W. Wilson, George E. Foss, John Sterling :and Charles E. Fuller of Illinois; Ebenezer Hill, of Connecticut Cyrus A. Sullewny, of New Hamp- shire and Benjamin" B. Focht, of Pen- nsylvania. Meyer London, the first Socialist elected to Congress from New York, attracted much attention. Senate proceedings always are very much nuieter than those in the House. As striking as the return old faces to the' House was the ab. sence of familiar, countenances in the Senate Senator Hoot, of Now York; Burton, of Ohio; Bristow of Kansas; Crawford of South Dakota; Perkins oi California; and Stephenson, of Wis- in were missing from the Repub- lican Democratic ranks missed Thornton of Louisiana; White, of Al- abama md Camden. of Kentucky. The first business was swearing in the new senators. Most of them already are well known-in political circles. the Republicans came James of.New TTorfc, succes- sol to Root who attracted attention the mouthful sneaker of the New- York issembly; Charles Curtis, o Cansas who succeeds Bristow and Warren G Harding of Ohio, who suc- CeOscai'W Underwood, of. Alabama, former majority leader ot the House, ed the new Democrats. Other Demo crats who took the oath were James D Phelin of California; J. C. W Becklum of Kentucky; Robert F Brfoiiosant ot Louisana: ttuj'1" Johnson oi South Dakota and Pan. O Husting of Wisconsin. The Sen ate stands .Democrats 06, and Ke mrblicans 40. Tomorrow .shortly after noon the House and. Senate will sit in join Son in the Hall-'of the House to hear Piesident. Wilson deliver his an nual .address. FRANK MORAN Aspirant for the heavyweight title, who refused to meet Fred Fulton in an "elimination bout, winner; to meet Will lid .t PUGILISTIC-RUBBER MAN, Ted Lewis, the Englishman, who is the greatest sensation in the ring today, ia after two champion- ships, the. lightweight and the middleweight. He is .one of the most peculiar fighters in the, busi-, ness, because lie can fight at .133 .pounds or 168. He's called the "rubber man." It is said, that Lewis could not c.- would not make U36 pounds at 3 o'clock for White1 in' Boston, and that thcrewre White refused tight. A couple of weeks ago Lewis met Jimmy Duffy, who is really a welter instead of ;n lightweight, and stopped him in- the first round, of a. scheduled: 12? round bout m'. Boston. Lewis sent Huffy to the canvas nine times be-, fore the referee-interfered. Slop- ping Duffy In one round is seme performance, and no mistake. Jut Christ had given the chief place o sacrificial love, because oi its reat influence on the person possess- ng it. Sacrificial love transfigures ifc, it changes the very appearance and character, it makes men kindly and unselfish, it makes them coiirag- ous and faithful unto death. said Mr. Denoon, "we emember our young comrade who las given his life for us at the front. :t was love for his country- that prompted him to enlist so readily. -It! eagerly responded to the call oi lis king and country. He. knew the danger, he knew the hardships, he know the sacrifices involved but he did not hesitate when the path of dutv became clear. For the love .of country, for the love or Sheffield. Acclamations at Macleod Dec. to- day filled all vacancies by acclama- tion For -TV.. McDonald 7. J. Haines, J. A. Virtue, and H. Cun- ningham. Public- schoo-i board, S. Heat, accla niation, Searate school. board, W. C Bryan and W. L. Gallagher, acclama tion. 1 Not Enough at BiaiffiiOfe Blairmore, Dec. there are three vacancies oh the counci board, only one candidate' appeared in the person of 3d. Rosse. The caadi dates for the two vacancies on the school board are J. F. Hunter and W A. Beibe. They take omce by accla niatiou. At Bow Island Bow Island, Dec. electioni by acclamation here -today. For H. Robertson; for council lors. W. P. Cotton, Jas. W. Reid, and R. S. Beattte. School hoard, W. P Cotton and Oeo. Bruce. Contests at Taber Taber, Dec. will te con tests both for council and schoo board here. Nominations are Fo council, C. Cook, E. R. Victory. A Bateman, and E. Brown, three vacaii cies For'school Hamman H. P. Munro, and S. Sanderson. tw the sacri- fice of our brave comrade, let us live henceforth in a higher and nobler. p lace." HAD BRONCHIAL ASTHMA So Badly Man CoW Not Lie Down- Cured by Vinol. For %ears and years we have been telling the people of Lethbridjc that Vinol is a wonderful remedy tor bronchial. trouMes. Here is positive 111. "For flve years I suf- fered ficm .bronchial asthma. In the "inter time I was obliged to Bit in a Morris chair all-night, as I could not ho owing to that dreadful choking sensation. I tried nearly evcrv known remedy, but nothing save me, any relief until one day-I mot llio Station Agent at Willlsville, 111 and he said he had been a suf- ferer for years, but had been cured Vinol. I at once commenced to tiikc il, and 1s my cough s go'ne, m'y awellte has Improvad, and I can lie down and sleep all night, -and' my experience leads me to believe'-' that Vinol is a certain remedy for-'bronchial asthma." John II. Coildeli. Tilden, 111. Tile reason that coi'gll syrups tail in such cases is because they are palifltlve only, while Vinol removes the cause.'ibeing a constitutional reir.- eilv are combined the heal- ing Clements of fWBh cod livers, to- gether with tonic iron and 'beef pep- tone It strengthens and revitalizes the entire system and assists nature to expel the disease. ,t. D. Higln- Co., Urnltcd, Letlrttridge, Winnipeg, Mou., Dec. the pro- vince of Manitoba votes' prohibition, the Manitoba government, In conjunc- Jon with the governments of the sis- :er provices; .will make a strenuous effort to secure wider provincial pow- ers, so that the prohibition measures will be absolute and arbitrary. Under the present proposed temper- ance system, liquor can be imported from neighboring provinces or states for home consumption. This fact has given opponents of the Macdonald Act an argument that it Is class legislation but it'is impossible to prevent this ow- ing to limifed provincial powers. As soon as the western Canadian prairies enter the dry belt, which- many -believe inevitable, the Manitoba ant1, other governments will petition the Dominion government to appeal to the Imperial authorities to amend the British North America Act, grant- ing more absolute' power to the Indi- vidual provinces. The provinces would then extend the temperance measures to include the prohibition or importation of In- toxicating liquors. To enable the user of a reading 'glass to keep.it at the right focus an Illinois inventor has patented one on legs thai arc adjustable as to lonuUi. A has patented a process for ony-hydropen gas jets to "metals Under water to melt them almost'as well as il in the open Does Tea or Coffee Bother? Any one who, has headaches, bilious at- tacks, heart flutter, or iSome other of these common ills, had better ilook to tea or coffee drinking: and remember that there's one .sure, of tea and coffee both tea and Use POSTUM Pure Food-Drink-.' A level teaspoonful in u cup of boiling makes a delicious instant-.y. The ricb, snappy flavour oi' Instant Tostum makes the change easy. But more important.-Instant I'osluin, made only of wheat and a of mobiles, ih free froin the drugs, caffeine and tannin, in tea and coffee, or any other harmful element. Old and young alike may drink as, much as they desire with no had "after effects.'' ,rj No bother