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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THI&frftliBR-ffljrQE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRBB if*-' ESS WILARO TO TAKE ON MOWN W-*>, CEIVEB BIO 0*TiH BEST PAID 1 rAT KOBA*, LBAOBB OK THB PHIU.IBS, NOW WANT* New York, N*Y. i.-dPat Moran, maaafst, o made eaowajtftH^lJife^ mk; mates �he fflSSrk�ie other man �ten aa follow*:.. ^Robinson of tad SWbas, 14000. Biemakte. CUM, WMOO. H�tof7^u*-�tt IWJO. Clarta, Of ta^e**, �J�.W0 lUsjfcisW'jO1" Gii* .-52 addition to !$8000V the --------T, DIWWBB, OWW Co�in�rllaoVa half owner in Ath^rtWi.TJiaaWI to be on the club's annua] a tty]Ilet fw. 110,000 J� 10 OR NO MONEY 4.  New Orleans, Nov. 1.-Jess #11-lard, world's heavyweight champion, flniahed/his enMgemsUt With a "wild west" ^ahow here tonight and announced that henceforth he would give his attention to ine pugilistic game. � Willard expects to remain in, .New Orleans several days to consider : a proposition to defend his, title in this city next March. A representative of eastern fight promoters' also is expected to negotiate (or a championship fight in New Haven. Willard. is said to have received an offer of $82,-000, win. lose or draw, for a> fight w the east. . � . "I have.boxed throe,rounds,.twfce a day and', had plenty of outdoor axer-oise and* feel in splendid condition," Willard said.. "I weight abotrt 160 pounds. Just now it seems that Frank Moran probably hat the belt claim to a match with me, but my opponent will have to be selected later." � The CfeJango White fox hava obtained .Larry Chappell; of the Mil watt-kee American association team.   J              MDMAL MAGNATE LEFT FIVEl MILLION White Plains, N.Y., Nov. 1.- The unmarried children of Robert B. Ward, the Federal loaf ae baseball magnate, who died at New Roclielle, October 28,>ere to reoalve twice aa much as thoae wiho have married, under, the terms of his will, admitted to prolate today. About one-half of the estate, estimated at $6,000,000, is to be divided among: the nine children. One-half the estate Is left outright to Mrs. Mary C. Ward, the widow, three sixty-fourths Is to be divided among charitable organizations to be designated by her, and the remainder goes to the children.  Safety Fitst Feature*' #f Stock Life Insur. ansa Comoani.es are incorporated In the MUTUAL LIFE AMURANCE CO. OF CANADA ".Tftei Mlcyholdera get , alIWhe profits This cannot be said of stock Companies. "If It's Llfs Insurance, , It MUST b* MUTUAL" . .'ijhone or ae* 6. Mi- J- FORSTER Phone 17**~Me 10th St. South, THRILLS CROWD WITH ADDRESS ON INDIA (Continued from Fhoki1 Page) J OPENING /SCHOOL FOR , UMPIRES IN OHIO CITY    OE PALMA SHATtBRI WORLD'S SPEED RECORD New York, N.Y., Nov. 1.- What la said to be Use fastest speed ever made on a track was attained hero a**f tno Sheepajhead Bay speedway, wh'�n Ralph Do Paltna drove hla oar one lap In dfte mlta�te J 4-10 aocondo, aa average of boat us'mile*-an hour. This time eclipses the.beat American record ^averase,- of ill mflea,' made by .Bafney 91d-Aeld at Chicago. , AMERICAN FOOTBALL STAR SLAIN IN BATTLE HERO OF MANY PRINCETON VICTORIES FALLS IN BRITISH RANKS Baltimore, Md., Nov. 1. - John Prentiss Poe, jr., a famous Princeton football player in the early nineties, was killed on. September it, while fighting as a'private in the British army along the northern boundary of France. Word to that effect was received from the London War Bureau yesterday by relatives in this city. Poe was born in. Baltimore 40 years ago. He won international fame as a captain in the Honduran army, when, with a handful of men in a fort in Amalpa harbor he opened fire on a Nicaraguan gunboat, sending It scur-'tying away under the impression that Jthe Hondurans had a big force at the fort. When fast heard from Poe was a member of the "Black Watch" regiment; Cincinnati School Authorltlea Will Ceneuct Claeaea in All Institutions Cincinnati, Ohio, Nor. 1.-The recommendation of School Superintendent Condon that a school for baseball umpires he established in the public schools of Cincinnati, one class for beginners and. one for advanced pupils, was approved by the Board of Education. The school will be the first of ite kind in the world. The teachers will be William Hart and William Carpenter, former National league umpires. The Board of Education voted 6 for and 1 against. The only dissenting vote was by Member Flak, who maintained that the project was foreign. to education. President Withrow took the opposite view. He said: "It in no more foreign to education than is physical culture. Our flhysical culture teachers are teaching games of. all kinds." Hart and Carpenter, as teachers, each will receive |3.00 a night. FAST TENNIS AT 8AN FRANCISCO Thrllle In Pacific Coast Championship Tourney San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 1.-Whirl-Wind tennis bf George Flint, who, for one set played Clarence Griffin, the national doubles champion, clear off his feet and beat him, 6-0, furnished one of the thfffls today of the Pacific Coast championship tennis tournament. Griffin won the event, 6-2, 0-6,-6-3. . ' Carl Gardner furnished another surprise by leading William Johnston, national singles champion, 5-3, in the second set: if Mies Molla "Bjurstedt won her set with Mrs. Gushing. British-rule, and by the application of the principles of Christianity for which the) British government stood. Three great factors were aiding in the unification of the Indian nation. Those were the natural development of the country, British fair play and the propoganda of the Christian churches. So far as commercial development was concerned, Dr. Har-court told of the great development within the. country, . by the natives (themselves, and of how. they were reaching out for foreign trade. He said that if ever Canada needed to be wide awake to its interests it was at the present time. China and Japan already controlled the Pacific trade, India was-becoming *.big-factor. He went on to speak of the great advancement in Christianity, that at the present rate, within twenty years every village and town and. city in India would be ruled by Christian rulers bank:, OF COMMERCE He told then of the magnificent sacrifices being made by India ., ... . in the war. He spoke with feeling of what it meant {or the natives to go to war. They leit behind them everything, every man a family, for the natives were married in youth, and every man that went leit a home behind, without any hope of ever having that home when he returned. Dr. Harcourt was listened to with rapt, attention throughout, speaking for upwards of an hour and a half, after which le was enthusiastically applauded;. WM MSTALLttD .��('�� ..... . .  " SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGat rOOst -J Wttte, Title Deeds, MortMes, Insurance Pollcitt* ; mr otfacr valuables In one ol these boxes1 .� �>�................. _,v Brymrier, Mfe Ho w They Rciliey e Hirdfield, N. B. "It afford* me great pleaenre to convey not only toy cmbut. to., all sufferers from Backache and1 Kheumatiam, the great relief I have Obtained from the use ofGinPilli. I feel thankful to you. I recommend Gin:Pills to everyone suffering as I did." HOBBRt M. WILSON Gin Pills are 50c. a box or 6 boxes for Sa.50 at all druggisit; Free sample on request to ,.� i .., .... . / 93 NatsBusl D�f *ClMi �f Canada Umitid, Mormons Meet in Conference at Raymond Kaymond, Nov. 1. - The regular quarterly conference of the Taylor stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was held in the Raymond first ward Saturday and Sunday. In connection with this conference the annual convention of the Mutual Improvement association was held. There were present from Salt Lake, the headquarters of the church throughout the world, Apostle Geo. F. Richards, Elder Rulon S. Wells, of the Firot Seven Presidents, of Seventy, and Mies Campbell, representing the Y.L.M.T.A. general board. The Saturday morning, session was given over to Mutual Work, ant mahy live topics of importance to,:fcb*.is�o-ciations were dealt with by tHr visitors and discussed by the: delegates' present. The new phases and: new movements were explained and the slogan for the year, "One hundred per cent: attendance," was impressed on all M.'I. A. workers. �Two other M. I. A. sessions were held, one at 9 a.m. Sunday morning in the Knight Academy building, the! other at 7 p.m. last night. The meet-, ing last evening was one Of the.boat of the whole Sunday morning at 10.30 .a.m.,' L_am1 Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. There was a very good attendance at al the meet ngs in view of the terrib gate that bluw both days of the ference. The principtfc speakers wer . the visiting officials from the; souths IfYot ml Suffer From Plies no matter how Ion? or how bad- to your drugjclst today and xat.'aL__, cent box of Pyramid' Pile Traatmantffl It will give quick relief, and a alnclOK box often cures. A trials psollag�;s mailed free In - plain, wrappKr-If ;aJWU'j send us coupon below. 1 FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG OOMPANT. ' >-T�L MB Pyramid Bide. Marsaaa lOeftJI _ tindljr send me ak^PreO sample'of I >fiamllfllsTiisssiim>tapsilnw�ppsy.'J Kama'..................'.".I'l , -- - vjmtmKm Street......' ^^^ttatte. ^innipeg^NovV 1.'-*�c*kout George Btown of dhic*to -kA - "lighting Biilr", Milk* of St. Pawl fought li itmi' rounds tq. a draw. ' Miske had a edge in ctevtraeaa, but Brown's ^ ugrmiveness- and �Is.hWd wallop axned him a 4*aw., ,Tfce tint alne Kunds were ratier alow and listless, Smt after % soMrs^had, been ^threat-�ned *hail aal�*Wjac� will ba atagad aatt ajentb, the �aUe. belaf Kpvomber U 'S^B.=aaa'Ui^^aal the strenuous ' id wHl I* tte Collieum. The man-a^taaDosu^tKtW team. Will irttla' ^..e^iag.-rt^.which,la m*\ml%mfrf oar nigkt. fDeeplte^io Wj* ft Sttrope. the tMmept jtato !^"tM�T wfil'sot have ^eb';t|rai��to tt^iasullMtlia ptek of Se forwigTlUen for the event, whUe Sa bait vt tha AMertean crop hat* fH&lftod BtatriataaUoa of eoopeting haa been tyr Harrr aromoier. Deeeniber 31st Ha�IT PIVB MOfiTHB vail"1 pait|�Mara> and . re-.-ear' and Btaaaaahip niTiiim^smmisrnaint 01 AafiH to the Candidates havinje the most votes at If you come second 40 % of Subscription Collections made 3rd~30 % of your Collections 5th-20 % of your Collections 4th-2i$ % of your Collections 6th-15# of your (Collections If you finish seventh or further down the list you are -assured v 10 % on all the money you collect Content Just Starting You don't become a candidate-you will :^rot share, 'Jii^he^ distribution of the prize mony. V ,  f"-i\ You do become a candidate you will receive reward in,; proportion to the effort'exerted. f: You finish with the largest number of votes you will be thousand dollars to the good. "'I ? - ^ *&'Y HAS PASSED, r Foremmrd tuf* ***!W*Z*l^ertMT csuiibalgiig of Tbe Heial4i, tb> object of tuts conteet 1� to add new names to oiir Subsct^ptibii list and make to" Wee^ seciiitejgdiMiioe imymenM for the Daily Equitable Prize pistribi sk?u...la ...tkam*a�l�h�i*N /aaaaiMVgi M BrlaU Of flB)rtallll V in tiM* Herald aubaerlBtion contests a prlae of; certain value or a atlpulatsd amouirt of * mon? w.V�5t ^UulA^^ faL2.'Z�^&fi& factory to a certain degree, aa the oampetttora knew In advanee the prise whlon would be won |f tfiey, Nnlahed first, second or any ether place within the prliea. \).; Howavar it often haooened that three or; four competitors would, have:^ nearly the iaamajSnumbiiraj of vote�?nd the vS"ue "f tne%rtoea would have a wide range. Of Course, the flrat prlae ahould haveg,, r^hsuTatTdi vatoaZSlsn IntMs^Mss* In oomparing the per cent plan with other cont.sU on ; fh. HlJr.W It h7a^ have b�.r .qu.ll.Vd the prtae money, but would W not cost the Herald any leas money. ' �" -"ii Each candidate can figure on the 91000, 40%, J0%, 2�%, 80%. �% of their subscription I . colIsctlona^sTeach psrSen taking part la aeaurred of returns In prosortien to.thelr .�T�rh^-s^B^�.Lf Sjpbcitl Rules of the Contest: ef any age, Hying within the circulation aene ef the Herald may printed upon the rent them, but ,ww wi �ww w. ________--------------bbsd together undef one name. a eandldatewlehlng to withdraw may transfer hla or her voteeto.a new candidate.  Vetea will ie laeued on'arrears eubeerlptlone for the Dally and Weekly Herald ae well aa for ad- Any man or woman, bay, or glri beeeme a oandldate. . Votes will be Issued upon eubeerlptlon collections according to the aehedule 'seini' beeka, '� � ' s' Candldatea may eollelt sueecriptlons any place, and may have friends and relatives the vetee of two er more candidates cannot be clubbed together under one,; name. - * � *Asa m aa*tas eanrf vaaee aubasrlBtlen payments. AN extra prlae of ftaAO will be awarded to the Candidate collaeting the'moat money for euWrla^J tieaa for The Weekly Herald, new aamaa. advanee or arrearage payments  ..y ^r " Thla antra prise will be paid in addition to any ether prlae dr par cent.;earned. � ;, Special Contest Office is located at 321 Sixth Street South, next to,the Herald, phone 1688, ^  .>-^'.r-' - 1  Address all communications Lethbridge; Alta, r , o Can&paign l4anager� ^--O. Box 337 Get Ready For TOMORROW! Fill in the nomination blank 'with your name and a^ress, and bring or ^ mail it to The Herald Contest Department, ite -ceipt books and other-supplies will Be furnished at otice. * * -A Noir^l&n. Good for, ttOOO Vote* Please accept the aomlnatlbn of ju candidate in [The Herald's 'BuDscrlptiOB^CampalaTi. YZ'^XZ* '*' WW* 1915 UddjfW; Noealaatod *V ^nly ^ aamjjmtljw wfll, Cauntlfor a Cand^ ' !,M ;