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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNIiSDAY, NOVKMUKH 1, 1910 THE Limmmncni DAILY I'AGF, THREE Please tiuhl'y CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE 1 Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. R. OLIVER. City Clerk, Secy, BOWLING Open Afternoons ...and Evenings... THE "DOMINION" BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement Dominion Building) HERALD SECTION WILL SKTTLi: TJIKII! 1-'KU> IN I1EKE AM) HAC'KKH AUK "Yes, sir. cl'llainly liiinils il IliinuU: hadn't That -AUK .Manager iinrtliu1 word to Philadelphia. "Tin' li'ii'-iin wns .-itronKiir. and a "OIITlle Of >'hl-V tall they iliil i" WL'ro HHil up there. There s 'ils' I could point to what's the use? The and now we're loukin as alibis, but, season's over toward next _. predict a pennant" for myself, hut 1 know we're Being t" Play better ball in 1'Jl. than did this year. "Fortune looks like a promising He hud a lot on his fast one hat last game with the Braves, lint time he went in there, and I'm going to count on him a lot fur next know what I think of Itixcy.' If he doesn't win 'close tu next season it'll he hwause my clnl loses its halting eye or kicks then nwav. Hixoy's slow curve is the best I sec 111 the league today, and unques- tionablv he is the best leit-Imnuur 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 desire an all-weather car for social or shopping occasions, also an ideal car for doctors and business men. Note the new streamline effect, tapered hood crown fenders and larger radiator, giving greater cooling surface. To insure Mrly delivery, place your order today. FORD 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE CITY BOWLERS TO ORGANIZE TONIGHT Ki.prcsentatives of the pros- pective teams in the City llowl- inK l.i'iinno on hand at tin. Herald office tonight at S o'clock to select officers, draw up n sHii'dnle and arranse for the series which Is expected to fill in tile two months between now and Christmas. InilU-a- lions today are lliat at least six teams will make the race. our league. e And when lies ngl our Leonar.1 and Coveleskie haven t got a tiling on him. Sees Great Year for Alex is at his bent and premises, to have another great year. I don know any reason why shouldn't be ill shape for the 'of coach- game of the season. liis lhu u. couldn't set winning. And towiir the end there, of course. I take a eUancc with'him. I had to de- pend on my regular twirlers. Dcnl- aree looked awful good here at home, but he didn't do much for us on the road. "Oeschcgcr. I'm pretty sure, will be a regular next season Uaumgart- shows anv ambition he ought to make the league sit. up and take notice when I ho shoots that crossfire from down near first base. Oescheger looked better every time ho went in the box. lie was the best relief pitcher in the leacuo Me learned something more Will Be Siarled at "Y" on Man- gamc an us.in. .mi. i Ivor, however, checked Link closely and' spoiled Dunsworth's cliances im'iiy times. The half time score was 22-17 tor G. X. The line-up: I 0 X. Position "V" i Tuning' Right Forward Left Forward Centre Right Guard Left Guard referred and ga Jones Kane Dunswoi'th Green When C' they will sc ran out on GEORGE WITTICHEN, "THE ALABAMA KID" OI-EC and "Postie" Hacker slack up here on 0th, NEW TAX ON BACHELORS Quebec, Oct. 2sPrhc city of Qne- will seek authorization from the legislature at its next session to im- pose a special tax of on bachelors over 25 years of age who are not BOOST CHEWING GUM Chicago Oct. Employees of the William Wrigley Jr. company to the number of 2200 will receive a 10 per cent, increase in wages, beginning Alonday This announcement was made by the company today. The in- crease means an addition to the pay- roll of the chewing gum firm through- out the. United States o( more than a year. flAfailtef Ho woWy ll in Canada ____ TOQKE COLLARS BROS MONTREAL Gray Will Be Director of Class For me benefit of the business men nf the city, a Dusiness Men's class atj the Y.M.C.A. gym is uniifs organized which will be led by Mr. Gray. The classes, which will last from to jl.00 will be held on .Monday and ed- "nesdny evenings. There will be hour's exercise, play for of an hour and V- hour tor swimming, rollowius are the dates for the series: Monday, Nov. 6; Wednesday, Nov. I Wednesday, Nov. 15; Monday. Nov. 20- Wednesday, Nov. Weanesdny. No'v Monday, Uec. 4; Wednesday. Due C- Wednesday, Dec. 13; Monday, Hoc! IS; Wednesday, Dec. :M; Wet'.nes- day. Dec. -.1. The class for .intermediate boys is being directed by George McKillop, and is progressing wonderfully. In- terest in gymnasium work at the is being revived and the winter sea son promises to be Cull of activity. Davis I to like the nrospr-et. t'o'hcxtcnd' themselves to please an Canada's Boys Want Smokes! They are facing feari'iil conditions. They arc in freedom's cause They arc honoring Canada's name. THEY WANT JUST ONE THING! i hcv wcre-in Canada they could do as you do. go into the nca r- a fresh NOAV they ,m> a.lung you ,o I heir urgent need. "I was nine weeks without a smoke THESE WERE THE WORDS OF A WOUNDED SOLDIER IN A HOS- PITAL IN CANADA. When the lioys come home you would not like them to i'dl you how they sulTcretl for lack of Tobacco 'I Such a little thing! Every smoker knows what it means to he without Positive discomfort Ahsolute suffering; Think of one nights; a week; niiie weeks, and no Tolmcco t; two a month; Look at This Bog's Face and Hands Take Measure of Comp Bunch j By 195 Games Out of Three Losing the first game by four pins last night the Edit squad in the Her- ald llAiin league came back strong in the next two and won the matcn from the Comps with 195 nms to spare. ,Nonc of the scores were high enough to need a Zepn to reach their., j Home bowling with the Comps, bust- ed the oaks for 175 in the first game for the high score of the evening, and had high total with 471. The next game takes place on Sat- urday evening when the Press and Comps come together. .The League standing today is: Sealed right Edits Comps Press Linos 2 L. 0 1 1 1 P.O. .1.00 .500 .000 .000 Last night's scores in detail: Edits Torrancc Casc'addea Grotf Long Jones Filmer Hawkins Home for this fund received and by W. A. B. Hon. Treasurer of the local brunch ol the 1' und. The Herald will also receive, and fonvnrcl subscriptions. ______ 134- 3BG us US 161- 444 471 533 153S Comps 10S I'5 64 llo 130 233 31 ;l 461 475 435 Edits win by 195 pins. WRESTLING CHALLENGE It there is a middleweight wrestling plienom in the south country who wants to find out how good lie is, Jack Sara of this oily will be pleased to furnish the opportunity. Sara arrived In the city the other dny and put himself under Frank Mantell's wing, anil now Franfc is looking for an oiipon-