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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE HOW WOULD YOUK WIFE AND FAMILY Be Left Financially If you died now? Would they have to move Into 2 smaller house? YOU OWE IT TO THEM TO TAKE OUT A POLICY WITH TI1I3 MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or sea e. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. PROPOSE TO BRING JOHNSON AND LANGFORD TOGETH- ER AT MONTREAL Montreal, Nov. prospects lire that the proposed twenty round Jack Johnson-Sam Lantord boxing match will he held in Montreal or one of the suburbs near Montreal. The r Local Representative of Alberta Branch of Amateur Athletic Union Explains a Thing or Two-His Position Made Clear Editor of tlie Herald last cvciiing's issue oE the Herald y. KluUnncnl occunc-'J which may he misleading, regardiut; tho work of the Alherta AUiletic Union in the Province, ami a few facts re- garding the work of this organization may not lie out of local representative to organize the clulis, but merely to represent and in- tiu'jiret the constitution of the union at club meetings. Tiiii local tative lias never been requested to be present at the various organization meetings, but was always in attend- ance when it was possible, and he "The" work of "the union is to act as bad knnwleilsc nf the said meeting. ;n advisory council to all amateur V1C constitution ot tlie govern is in tin; hands of the local rcprcsmi- imr.Mon! tativc ami may be Keen by any cluh, 'organization or individual who will take the trouble to for it. The main reason why the Leth-. bridge district is unfamiliar with the; workings of the A. A. U. is due to i the fact that the various, j match may be put on under tho aus-j club is a bmia fide player who has zations have not been pices of the Monlreil. Sporting chib. j never competed fur a money prize or, enough to a niwlc with the Richard C. Kle-in, the well known! been a paid instructor m athletics, l is to be ufitd that the jarious promoter, has had several conference! etc., and then make application for i clubs in the '-it} and district uilt athletic organisations, to them, and to work ii. wilh the various organizations, but not to brganizc them. The organiza- tion is left entirely in the liana's of local committees. These then, should lake out amateur cards, i.e., cards stating that every member of the cs with directors of that body. The bout will be for the championship ot the colored race. Lester Gorman, the noted American trapshot, is maintaining his wonder- ful record for the season. Last week, at Rising Sun, he broke 149 out of 150 targets. Boston Nationals, and for years was the" mainstay of the Chicago White Sox backstopping department, has re- ceived his unconditional release to ac- cept a chance to manage an Interna- tional League club. He was always a wise hall player arid should make a good manager. Freddie Welsh's manager writes that misunderstood. "Fred- die will let the public kick his op- says the manager. "It is needless to add thafc Freddie will membership in the A. A, U. No ama- teur, club in the city has rtons this except the hockey cluh, although re- peatedly requested to do so by the local representative of the Union. It is not the duty or place of the conform to the constitution cf the A. A. U. and thus promote provincial competitions instead oi merely hav- ing local contests. (Signed) H. H. "Local Representative ArA.U. CHESS STARS PLAY FOR WILL I BIG STAKE CANADIAN CANINE THAT WAS SOLD FOR PUPPY .Hamilton, Ont., Nov. Durbar, W. J. Jackson's prize cock- er, lias been soM to Mr. Bloodgood, the millionaire dog fancier. The pur- chase price was Just previous to the show in Dan- hliry. Conn., at winch Durbar was _____ 11._ TT. permit- the public to contribute the awarded prizes, the Hamilton owner purse. He is a gracious and linaffcotr- Soltl to Ben Lewis, jun., profes- Lexington, Ky., Nov. Frank J. Marshall of Now York, chess champion of the United States, and J. W. Showalter ot Georgetown, Ky., former have agreed to play a. series of games for a side wager of it was an- nofiuced lierc yesterday. Ac- cording to tiie agreement, games will be played in New York, Chicago and Lexington. ed little gink. year Eional dog-handler, for Follow- ing his successes Mr. Lewis turned him over to Mr. Bloodgood at a pro- _. Peter Scott's winnings this ____ _, amount to over the greatest "t of 5700 The big price sum ever won by a 'trotter OIL pacer tilf? of the.dog. in one season and Driver "Murphy P1.....lft" nv will probably start .him in two or more races at San Francisco, includ- ing the ,trqt. Champion Durbar was purchased in Toronto as a puppy by Joseph Ken- nedy for Mr. Jackson, of this city, then purchased him. Durbar is a Dominion "champion, winning that distinction at Winnipeg-from an en- BILLY WULFF AND FOREST DAY CLASH AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Nov. Day, of Richard C. Klegin of alleged inter- have the peesoup pugilii done to have an affliction like hanging .over their heads The beating handed Arthur by Fred' Fulton tlie other this and a.Iso haS flve point's towards the with Billy Wulff, of the E A. C. At the end.of thrac rounds the unable to and an extra two minues was asked for. During1 Pelkey night, when the Canadian aspirant -was un- horsed twelve times', timers of the days reminds old-. Bob'Fitzsim- inons. Kite had Joe Grim for an op- ponent in, Philadelphia back in 1903- and Ruby Robert administered an oven worse drubbing to the' Italian than Pelky received from Fulton. Grim was.knocked oft his pins no less than seventeen times in six'rounds on tbafc 'Ty Cobb ought to know a pitcher when He sees him. Ty saw Alexander in action for the first time at Phila- delphia. "Now Ty had heard stories' galore about Alexander's great speed Asked for a com- parison-of Alexander, with Walter. Johnson, the American league king- pin, Ty said '.'Well, I'll tell Johnson is the only pitcher you, who throws 'them by you." That's somo tribute to Johnson, coming from tho world's greatest'batter. There are only :four. players in the major leagues wh'p succeeded in scor- ing ;-100 or, more times doting the last season and all; four were American league'-players. Ty Cobb leads with Mi-and'Eddie Collins-is second with 119. --Tris Speaker scored 109 times 1 and Ray Chapman of Cleveland made the circuit. 1Q1 times. The three lead- ers in the National-league were Cra- .vath of with 88, Ban- croft of. the sijnQ'teaul with 87 and Larry Dojl.e at; the Giants, with 85. Evana of Baltimore leads the Federal league, in scoring with 93 runs, .one jniore than Benny Kaiiff. GEORGE TRYING TO FORGET j OF BOSTON BRAVES Nov. T. StallingB, manager of the Boston Braves, was in' town yesterday at- tending to business of a private nat- ure. He eald .that ha was trying to forget the recent baseball .campaign, j "The.failure of the Braves to re-l peat last year's triumph was a bitter I disappointment'to. said tho IJos- ton leader. so much hard luck that it to a wonder we finished second.: We.hope.to play belter ball and nave more luck next season. U things '-breay .our way I .believe that the. Bmvis will come back with an- other pennant In 1016." It is the intention of Mr. Blood- to show him at the show in Madison Square garden, New York, in February. the overtime, Wulfi had a shade the OR OVERCOAT SPECIAL SALE At Last We Are Able to Do It! 9c This sale gives ;in emphatic demonstration of Keel's Value-Giving. "When you see these Suits irnd Overcoats and the low selling prico marked on them, you will no longer wonclei liave the largest Men's Olotlring business in the city. M Men's Suits SALEPBICE SALE PJRICE SALE PRICE VALUES. VALUES. VALUES. Men's Overcoats VALUES. .SALE PRICE VALUES. SALE PRICE 120.00 VALUES. SALE PRICE Men's Blue Serge Suits VALUES. SALE PRICE SALEPRiCE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE 122.50 VALUES. 127.50 VALUES. VALUES. SI 2.50 51500 510.50 SI 2.50 S13.50 S13.50 S17.50 S24.50 Satisfaction Guaranteed. Alterations Frpe. fabrics and in grey and lirown mixtures, Lair line stripes, etc. variety made coats, including Scotch mixtures, K. and grey Meltons, black Kciseys with veil collars. KEEL, Fifth Street! CONTINUED -FHOM PAGE) HARRISTON HOCKEYISTS FLOCK TO THE COLORS Harriston, Ont., Nov. hock- ey learn of Harriston has been com- pletely abandoned, and the prospects of any I'.ay for a championship here this season are quite out of Mm ques- tion. Of the ntaj players last, .season ol amiuoul. there are only two left, the others teatllre event of harness meet. having enlis ed. 1 here; remain on y jng at the Pacific exposition, 1-andi.y, tao.o are making tracki for the. re- oruiting officesr and all that remain for Itockey material is the I never have played a.game, and those j are backward in King's shilling. Episodes of the Trenches Sergeant Stockdale went into the trenches with his regiment away back better of the going, but, perhaps, not in February. For nearly.three months enough to merit a decision, and Ret- 1 they were stationed with forty yards of the front line German trenches, eree Sealer called it a draw. The headline attraction was only one of eight good bouts that made up the best bill seen at the E.A..C. in many moons. There was a good crowd out, a big portion of those present being from the three Edmonton Regiments. MAY MACK WINNER OF PANAMA FEATURE EVENT San Francisco, Cal., Nov. May Mack, winner of the amateur t which were occupied by regiments of Saxony, men who refused to fight ag- ainst the British. "We are Saxons, you are why should we fight Vas their argument. Con- sequently, while these regiments were ia the German trenches, not shot was exchanged between them and the Canadians, and little picnics between the trenches were the order, Ihe supposed enemies paying regular visits to each other the trenches, and fraternizing generally, exchanging presents of luxuries of one sort or an- .under cover until the appearance .of the Saxons again. These pleasant little times are a thing of the past now. The Saxons have become intermingled with other German forces, and real Germans al- most entirely occupy the trenches in France, now. Tt is as much as your life is worth to stick your head abovo the trendies now, says the Sergeant Stockdale furnishes ample evidence of. the effective spy system of the Germans. Every move the: British army seems to be known by them. When the 6th first went into, the trenches, being without horses, of' course, the Germans made a wooden horse, marked 5th Western Cavalry, and put it up in front of their trench- es. Not only did they know the num- ber of the Canadian regiment, but they were aware of the fact that the regiment had -been sent to the front without horses. Sergeant Stockdale's detachment had taken up a position one day, in which they felt perfectly secure from the enemy. The position was sur- rounded by brush, and could not be letected, neither from jn front nnr by aeroplanes. But presently the Ger- man artillery got their range, and kfll- ed foit> 01 filt) of them befcj could get out So wrong; somehow the got ihfqrmation on their1 posit was a puzzle to the boys until them -went over into, Yores provisions, and in the'store hi ed, he noticed an open cellar thy reconnoitered, and. man in the cellar hitched to i a telephone wire, the other wliicb, of course, was In the- lines. The. Canadian took man back to the lines, wheref ged for mercy But there of that. He was finally shot.! other. "Guarusr are re- are making trackt for the. re- in the third heat( and carried off jlicving us the-Saxons would the driving club's prize of'52000. 'Isay, then the Canadians would stay ONTARIO AMATEUR UNION TREASURY IN BAD SHAPE Toronto, Ont., Nov. compara- tively uneventful season, and the 5ack of publicity due to recent newspaper regulations on the subject of sport in war time, combined to.keep down the attendance at the games of the On- tario branch, of the A.A.U. The funds of the. branch are low. Treasurer McDonald reported a bal- ance of in hand, with accounts outstanding of more, than that am o'unt, at the general meeting. A committee will be appointed to consider ways, and meann which may include .the holding of the provincial championships at an early date. WINE SPIRIT CO. HOME-AND-HOME GAMES Toronto, Ont., .Nov. dead- lock in arrangements for play to de- cide. the championship of tho senior Ontario Football ing hetwoen Toronto Hi ft A. A. and Hamilton Rowing been brok- en. Ail agreement was reached to play hbme-and-homc games, the first to'-oe i'taeed-In Toronto, total points to count. Dates have not, however, ketn definitely (elected. BEECHER 18 SHADED Akron, Ohio, Nov. Grif- fiths of this city, srhaded Willie Beech- er of Nsw.York, In a red hot slugging match here last night. Beecher forc- ed the fighting most of the way, but (lie Akron lad landed Mows. Belcher showed great staiiiina, taking terrific punishment'.-and looking for more when the final gong rang. JOHNSON BLOCKS DEAL Chicago, Nov. agreement between the'. National-'-.and .Federal leagues was semi-offlcial'iy confirmed today. by President Weegham of the Chicago Federals. 'A tentative agree- ment with the American league, It was declared, is being blocked by Ban Johnson. j BOWLING TONIGHT The opening of the howling league at tho Y.M.C.A; this evening will bring together the Battery and the Campbell, Wilson Home teams They are due'to.commence.hostilities 7.30. aosiHG OUT SALE .GINS. DcKuyper, Holland Gin, in large square 'bottle. Regular fl.60 .per bottle. 9C Now sold for, each.. I .tw Booth's Old Tom Gin. Regu- lar price Now, each W. A. Gilboy's Old Tom. Regular price 60 4 ft ft Now, each 9 I >UU Gordon's Sloe Gin. price JIM. Now, each- Regular ci nn 9I.UU Rosa' Sloe Gin. Regular price 51.50 per bottle Now, Vicker's Sloe price I1.-BO. each Gin. Regular Gulness' Stout, Dog's Head T. G. Bright's Native -Wine. Regular price ?2 00 C4 AA Per dozen piule Now, per gallon I lUU C. C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRITED. LETHBRIDGE w Special Bargains 5 JfiJ ON Men's Clothing Furnishing! Suits and Overcoats Men's Tweed, Fall and Winter Suits in brown, grey and small checks Special Price AH f 15.00 Suits Suits All Suits weight at All Suits to ?SO.OO. Suits Men's Tweed beavy Overcoats In thrown lb CC Cfl groy, Block Melton Overcoats. Spec- ial .Sale Price em en nn from 91U.OU "P Warm and high grade Tweed C1 9 Cfl Sale Price Men's Black Beaver Cloth Over- coats with marmot, collars, quilted I In ins, will dve splendid wear. Men and Boys' Furnishings Men's Caps, fur band Inside, from Men's. Wool- Under Per ..garment 45c .Men's. Fleece.Lined Un- derwear; a garment Men's Sweaters, a large anort-, ssr Men's Work Shirts for hard wear Men's Trousers from..... Eitra Special Bargains In and Shoes, Men's Welted Booti, in black or tan Price 75c Boyi' Boyb' Under'" Boys' Booti, Boya' Sweater! at frtcw to Ercry Article Guaranteed to give Splendid Wear MUGOODMA 7063 ;