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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION 001 ITS WILD CEIVES BIG OFFER IS BEST ID BftSEBjlLMMiffl PAT LEADER OF THE NOW WANTS V MORE MONEiY New manager of the Philadelphia National League who received nominal this has made ootnaAl or a The oBtlals 41 the dau hare not anyladtaatlM to talk bust Dean wlia ijsy re ceived SOUO lor bis services this year who landed the Braves m second got The Siening Sun todar esti mates the salaries ol the other man agers as follows JRobinson ol the Cuwuaatt of the of the UcGraw the Red 7500 o the White in addition to being a SOOO 5MO Connie half owner m the is said to be on the clubs annual salary list 10 MONEY Knockout George Brown of Chicago and Fighting Billy of St Paul ought 13 tame rounds to a had u edge In but Browns his kard wallop Mined him a sere ratner slow and tut alter the bojiers haA been tbreat totd that if fliey did not get In and fight that would not get any stood and thlagi lively lor kut three tod saved poor ESS MM TO TAKE New Wil worlds heavyweight engagementwith a wild here anj lounced ttiat henceforth he would give its attention to the pugilistic Willard expects to remain ill Orleans several days to consider a proposition to cietend his in this ity next A representative of astern light promoters also is ex pected to negotiate lor a champion hip fight in New Willard is said to have received aii oiler ol lose or for light in he J have bused three twice a Inv and had plenty pi outdoor exer lise and feel in splendid Villard I weight about 260 now it seems that rank Moran probalily has the heat Jairn to a match with but my opponent will have to be selected The Chicago Sot have oli tined tarry Chappell of the ee American asBociatipii FEDERAL MAGNATE LEFT FIVE MILLION White unmarried children of Robert the Federal league baseball who at New October are to receive twice much as thofle wQio have mar under tho terms of his admitted to probate to 4 About onehalf of the es estimated at is to be divided among tho nine Onehalf the estate is left outright to Mary the three sixtyfourths Q la to be divided among charlt able organizations to be dea Ignated by and the re malnder goes to the OE PALMA tPCCD RECORD riFTBEN TEAMi IN WCVCLE RACK CMeafW Long Will Start on November If With Entry end abrfay will staged not NprMnber li to and tto tie strenuous ttint wttl tie lie The man that II teams will eanut which It eliadnled on rrtiay nllht and STtah Mr Demtie IB itau ttat winwit have much aaeurtmi the ptek of the foreitn rtdere tor while the beat of tW American crop hate UteBtkw at eanpttlar Kid tt WOMiijn haa a Wlmlptc br Harry tba BrlUah OntmaibU CHRISTMAS GRlAT BRITAIN IMh to w i LIMIT PIVI MONTH at TralnAtlanMe Meametilp lUmray wtll ud re ear nut Mat New What in said to be the fastest speed ever made on a track was attained ttrer the ShiMpaluad Ray when Ralph De Palms drove his ear one lap in one minute 2410 n average of about nil miles an This time eclipse the bait Araori can record average of 111 made by Old field at STAR SLAIN IN BATTLE HERO OF MANY PRINCETON VIC TORIES FALLS IN BRITISH RANKS John Prcntiss a lamous Princeton foothall player in the early killed on September while fighting as a private in the British army along the northern boundary of Word to that erect was re ceived from the London War Bureau yesterdav by relatives in this foe was born Baltimore 40 years He won international fame as a captain in the Honduran with a handful of men in a fort in Amalpa harbor he opened fire on a Nicaragua sending it scur rying away under the impression that thc Hondurans had a big force at the When last heard from Poo was member of the Black Watch regi Safety Fiwt of Stock Life Ineur inee Companies are Incorporat ed In the MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE OF CANADA i ALSO The rVllcyhelders get THE PROFITS Tills eannot bo of Stock If its Life It MUST be MUTUAL or set K FORSTER Phone 10th turn ON OPENING SCHOOL FOR UMPIRES IN OHIO CITY Cincinnati School Authorities Will Conduct Claeces in All tlonc re commendation of School Superintend ent Cblldon that a school for baseball umpires be established in the public schools of one class for beginners and one for advanced pu was approved by the Board of The school will be the first ot kind in tile The will be William Hart and William former National league The Board of Edu cation voted 6 for and 1 The only dissenting vote was by Memher who maintained that the project was foreign to President Wltlirow took the opposite He said It is no more foreign to educa tion than is physical Our flliyslcai culture teachers are teach ing games of all Hart and Carpenteraa each will re ceive a CONTINUED inou Fiioyf and hy the application of the principles of Christianity lor which ttW British government Three great factors were aiding in the unification of the Indian These were the natural develop ment of itlie British air play and the propoganda of the Christian So far as commercial de velopment was Har court told of the great development within the by the natives of how they were reaching out for foreign He said that it ever Canada needed to be wide awake to its interests it was at tire present China and Japan already controlled the Pacific India was becoming a big He went on to speak of the great advancement in that at the present within twenty years every village and town and city in India would he ruled by Christian He told then of the magnificent sac rifices being made by India in the He spoke with feeling o what I it meant for the natives go to j war They leit behind them every1 every man a for the luatives were married in and every man that went left a home be without any hope oi ever hav ing that home when he Harcourt was listened tc with attention speaking for upwards oi an hour and a after which tc was enthusiastically THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS SAFETY DEPOSIT LODGE Title Insurance other valuables in one of these boxes M Ftirnou Lethbridge Branch Mormons Meet in Conference at Raymond FAST TENNIS AT SAN FRANCISCO Thrills in Pacific Coast Championship Tourney San wind tennis by George for one set plaed Clarence the national doubles clear off his feet and beat furnished one of the thrlBs today of the Pacific Coast championship tennis tourna Griffin won the Carl furnished another sur prise by leading William national singles in the second set Miss MollaBjuratedt won her set with How They Relteve It affords me great pleasure to con vey not only to you but all froiu and the great relief I have obtained fibm the me of Gin I thankful to 1 recommend Gin Pills to everyone suffer inff as I ROBERT WILSON Gin Pills are a or 6 boxes for at all Free sample on request to 33 Drue ClwmicaJ of Canada The quarterly conference of the Taylor stake of the Church oi Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints held th I Raymond first ward Saturday and lu connection with this con ference the annual convention oi the Mutual Improvement association was There were present from Salt the headquarters oi the church throughout the Apostle Elder Itulon of the Seven oi Sev and Miss represent ing the general The Saturday morning session glvsn over toMutual and many live topics oi importance asso ciations were dealt with bV vis itors and discussed by the delegates The new phases and new movements were explained and the slogan for the One hundred per was impressed on all Two other sessions were one at 9 Sunday morning in the Knight Academy the other at 7 last ing last evening was one of of the whole Excellent addresses were delivered and a classic musical program rendered President Skouson wasin The regular conference sessions con vened Saturday afternoon Sunday morning at andft Sunday aiternoon at 2 Theffl was a very good attendance at allTr the meet ngs in view of the terrible gale that blew both days of the con The principal speakers the visiting officials irom tho Suffer From Piles FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG MO Pyramid Kindly send mo A nmple ot plain Name Street TOMORROWS THE DAY The List of candidates in the Heralds Subscription Contest will be This is not the last call for but it will help mightily to let your friends see your name if you intend to THE PRIZES to Candidates having the most votes at the Close of the If you come second 40 of Subscription Collections made 3rd30 of your Collections 5th20 of your Collections of your Collections 6th15 of your Collections If you finish seventh or further down the list you are assured 10 on all the money you collect You dont become a candidate you will not share the distribution of the prize You do become a candidate you will receive reward In proportion to the You finish with the largest number of votes you will be a thousand dollars to the THINKING TIME HAS ACT Contest Just Starting ee Will Close 21 Foreword AB in former subscription campftlgiu of The the object of this contest is to add new names to our Subscription list and make collections of arrearages and secure advance payments for the Daily and Weekly The Herald circulates over a large and It hae been found from experience that the expenee ef sending eotlaotora to the outside territory la fully ae great as the coet of prises In a circulation Ihe sysum ef paying a graduated per sent to the every ecmpatltor will profit secerdlnf the time and energy devoted to the contest The eervlces of Aid Dyee have been secured to conduct the They have had charge of all our former eonttata and need no Introduction to the people of Lethbrldge and Equitable Prize pistribution i Herald BubMiriRtiftn eMitMti of rial In vftluc fir a atipultitfid aiBiount of for nrliea from the flret to Ihe tenth or The old plan proved aatit knew In advance prize which would be won If they flniehed second or any ether place within the However it often happened that three or four competitors would have nearly the same number m mft have i this In comparing the per cent plan with other contests on d that it would have better equalised the priae but would have n0t or 10 of their eubacription each perion taking part la asaurred of returna In proportionto their ly a very fair Rules of the Contest Any man ar bey or of any living within the circulation of the Herald may bourne a Vetee will be leoued upon subscription collections according to tin schedule printed upon the re eelaA may sollelt suaecriptlont any and may have friends and relaflvae aseiet but the votoa of or more undldatea eannot be clubbed together under one A candidate wishing to withdraw may transfer his or her votta to a new Vetee will on arreirs aubacrlptlona for the Dally and Weekly Herald ae well aa for ad vaneo Special Prize of AN extra ef will be awarded to the Candidate collecting themost money for tuBKrtp tiona fcr The Weekly new advance or arrearage paymenta This extra prise will be paid In addition to any ether priae or per Spedirl Contest Office is located at 321 Sixth Street next to the Phone Addresi all communications to Campaign Box 337 J Get Ready For TOMORROW Pill in the nomina tion blank with your name and and bring or mail it to The Herald Con test Re ceipt books and other supplies will be furn ished at Nomination Blank Good for 5000 Votes Campman Mtmaatr hr Lethbridge Box Pleaae icceit lonlnatloa as candidate in The HsraMi Sublcrlpttou Only ana wMI Count for a ;