Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, NOVEMBEK fi, 1915 T H K L K T H B KID G E D A 11, Y HERALD PAGE THREE THE lioatl to Hell Is paved with good Intentions. Wou't make a future hell for your wife and family after YOU ARE DEAD 4 by falling to take out that policy you intend to with the ..1UTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Canada's Only Mutual. "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. ft. J, FORSTER Phone TOthV'St. South. AlY1C1 Lethbridge Curling Club is Organized A victory each was the result ot the opening match of the YJII.C.A. howl- ing last night. The HaiLery squad lost the first and won the second game from the Campbell, Wilson Home team. A third game, should have beeu _____............______ played to decide the issue, but owing these bo posted tit the rinlc. to u, misunderstanding as to the niira- ber of games required to decide the match, ft was not played. A play- off will now be necessary- Crawford proved the best bowler- of the evening, making highest total score, as well as highest pins for ia- rtlvldual game. The scores: 'Winter's comln' on, wl' icy blast." Tlio Lelhbridgo Curlers met In fu'il strength last night for their annhal general meeting, some thirty being present to discuss the rules to gov- ern the coining season. This is Uip lurgt'st attendance at an annual meet- ing of the club for five years, and augurs well for the success of the game this year. The financial report was and showed a sin ah balance on the right side. The ladles branch of the Curling as- sociation was discussed at great length, and they were granted the same privileges as last year. It was resolved that all members who 'have enlisted for active service be honorary members and that a list its cauld, H. Dehoon; auditors, El V. Booley and H. W. Crawford; official umpires, Jas, Alrd and Hutrli Uoyd; executive, Jas. Aird, Dr. D. A. Taylor, J. A. Reid, D. D. McNabb and A. M. Marshall; ice committee, James Aird, M. Freeman and floyd. The annual club fee will be ten dol- The excellent turnout of curlers at the mooting last night proved ex- tremely encouraging to those who are the main spokes in the wheel that is responsible for promoting the roarin' game here. This is one of the few sports that the war Conditions have not detrimentally affected. Not that WIK PLAYERS GET Winnipeg, Nov. Coa 'hockey magnates have again thulr eyes on Winnipeg amateur pla ere to fill out thtir teams in order i conduct their professional scries. Irvin and ut the fact remains that this city and district la not filling the niche it should' in relationship to the Un- ion. If the local representative has more duty to-perform, or if no more is expected of him than that oi the innumerable transac- Tas, "'s letter m yester- tions that will effectually wind up ls> we James A. Gllmore's organization. high time that the spirit of the I Amateur Athletic Union, was changed A Position for Gilmore An inkling of the true state of af- fairs came yesterday when it was dis- covered just how the various men in- fluential in organizing the third lea- gue .will be taken care of. Gilniore himself and the powerful Ward inter- ests were not mentioned in previous reports of how the big -interests would be looked after, but former dis- patches said that Phil Ball, oi St. Louis, Chas. Weeghman, of Chicago, to one of aggression, it is asleep. A Suggestion for Efficient Economy Throughout the Empire has gone the call for personal economy to meet the extraordinary demands of the war. Here is a timely suggestion to men who have been spending from to a year on barber shop shaves Invest five dollars in a GILLETTE Safety Razor and shave yourself at home. The saving will not be limited to money-Mhe time you'll gain will: be even more important, for the morning shave with the Gillette need not take more than five minutes. And the comfort rivals the economy. Though you never shaved yourself before, you'll have no trouble in getting a clean, Tcool, safe shave with the Gillette Safety Razor. No more waiting your turn in the more breaks in the morning's more dependence on unknown barbers when travelling, for the Gillette works anywhere. Truly, the man with a Gillette is an efficient economist. Get one yourself to-day. "Aristocrat" or Standard Sets cost Editions to Sets up. Your Hardware Dealer or Jeweler will show you an assortment. 62 Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited Office and Bldg., Montreal. and Edward n winner, of Pittsburgh wputd be flowed io purchase the Na- tional League franchise in their re- spective cities. Harry Sinclair, of Newark, has been offered and is dick- cring for the Giants. Here's how Gilr ceilent for a stand here, more is to be accommodated, accord- ing to the tip yesterday Sinclair who has highest regard for Gil- Divorce Cases MayNoi Proceed Ottawa Nov. S.-The decision ot oa Justice Henry Bargrave Dcane m the cross flag" flew high ab'ove it. In spite CONTINTJEP FB03I FRONT PAGE) The hospital was an old school ilding, and sheltered civilians as fell as wounded the mi however, Germans shell- ed it, one day, demolishing the build- ing, and killing 14 of the occupants. Billy's guardian angel came to his "You bet the Germans were pre- pared for this way. Why, I saw with my own eyes, the bottom bi a Ger- man shell which was dated 1892." Billy many mementoes of his service. He exhibits a piece of shrap- nel the doctors picked out of "his body. He shows the pocketbook which saved his life, a long clean wedge- shaped cut through it and its con- tents, where the shrapnel had struck it. British divorce, court, refusing to grant leave to. serve a divorce peti- tion upon an officer in the fighting line, is oi interest to the Canadian parliament, and may a pie-, rescue again, savinjfhtm irom a huKe received here, yesterday, of the death Hailing beam by an inch or so. "After p Wednesday night at Santa Barbara, WOMAN DEAD Toronto, Ont, Nov. was HEART DISEASE VICTIM London, Ont., Nov. W. Intosh, (76 years old, cierk of the court, died suddenly at 'his home here, yes- terday from heart disease. >----ng beam by an inch or so. are two officers at the front says Billy, "they tell me I Cal., of Mrs Lillian Masses involved in divorce applications -which went crazy, .1 wouldn't "wonder. My it_ have heen made. One is an applica- nerves were shot to pieces." more's intends to' from a Winnipeg woman for a "I never was -what they call reli- give "Fighting Jim" an executive po- divorce from her husband who is an eious, but somebody must Jave been sition with the New York Nationals officcr in the Second division. This officer has already written to the divorce committee asving that the case be not proceeded with until the war is over, naively adding that a divorce may not then be-required. when he acquires them. Pat Power, Gets Job pat powers Gets Job club 1 It's the Black Cat Gift Catalogue, describing more than 200 useful most'acceptable mas gifts fos men, I women, children and the home. I Just to get you off to a flying start, we're going to send you this Gift Catalogue" and Ten Profit-sharing FREE. Your request must be made on the form in this ad. and mailed before Nov. 18th. Then visit the little tobacco shop down the street and, simply as a buy a packet of the smoothest, mellowest and most satisfying smokes that ever happened. Made in mild and medium strengths. I CLIP THIS! I I EniTn Marcianus 61 St. Boulevard, Montreal.; Pat Powers, of the Newark is slated for the business ma ship of the New Yorkers, In th: these two powerful interests will ho praying for me.-I.don't see how T ever ?ot ont alive." Billy was finally taken to "England where he recuper-; ated at of his parents. How" "Jock" Wen Glory "Jock" Wadri.1.1 deserves all that Treble, daughter of the late Hart Massey. Mrs. Treble went to Santa Barbara a year ago, in an effort to recuperate iier health. Slice was ivll" known throughout Ontario as foundr or sup- of many philanthropic enter- com- >s c0mmg to generously said etheto Exchange then for Gilt? in Citaloine. ;igarettes 10 for 10 Cents MAKIH mm OW.ANDVWNTREM. ily. Their maenifteent plant, Washington Park, willhelcas- case- Otherwise, the case would likely ed to some team yet to be decided i dropped or held over, on, while the huge sums spent by tl: Brooklyn backers will be charged rto '.'advertising and publicity'." CAULAHAN MAY BE MANAGER OF> LOS ANGELES OLU Chicago, 111., Nov; J.'Ca laghan, former manager, of the Oh cago Americans, ,-has been appoints manager of the Los Angeles club the Pacific Coast league, accordin to a story printed here, which credit John T. Powers, owner of the Angeles with having made the announcemni At Callaghan's home, ,on. the soiitl aide, it was said his whereabouts wa: unknown, though he was in VIRGlNIAtt MILD TO SELL KANSAS CITY CLUB STQCK TO SATISFY CLAIli Kansas City, Mo., Nov. ii ,he Kansas City-American associatloi lasebali club" today was advertised bj he sheriff for sale on.the ccplrt housij steps.at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon satisfy a J250 judgment obtained Robert O. Singleton against Oeo' Tebeau, owner of Uie baseball club, illeging false 'arrest in 1910. .'S RACING POPULAR IN ENGLAND English is flourishing lesplte the Uie -stables of the pblllty being kept up to something like full strength. In fact, the three principal occupations of the English- men at this time of stress appears tp Be fighting, making munitions and horse-racing. Jim "Say, Jimmle, Vou're jlie luckiest fallow I ever saw! Last night I cd you called me a liar, and Just M I wnn goini; to hit ye club I wgke l We Are Still In .The Ring! AND GCiNG 3TRONQER THAN D. L MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agtnt. 407 Fifth. right in Jie trenches, an especial dis- tinction. Billy saw. little of the big fight at Ypres.- bavins; heeh .wounded early in the battle.. He of -the inhuman- ness of the. Germans, and 'of their wanton at .Ypres. "It was a beautiful city we first marched, he said. "Now it is a ma'ss of ruins. The beauMh1.! cathedral and cloth hall'along with the Sid Renton la Dea.d "I am very afraid Sid Ren- ton is said Billy.. "I did my hest to get information of him irom several sources before'! left, but the only news-'I got was :that he .was missing, tie: was left in the field af- ter the battle of Ypr.s and nobody saw him since; He was at first re- Sorted a prisoner, but the war office as no news 20th BatUry Raided Billy saw a good deal of the 20th battery while in England.: Col. Stew- art is still commandjng> the "th. bri- gade. He: had been-, gone from their camp few :mmutes one day, I when. Heppolins and killed 'several men.and many horses. Much damage has: bcen.dpne in England by the Zepps, people are not afraid of them, he says. They 'will run into street to. hare a .look: at them VThere.ate hundreds of thousands j of men have been un- I der arms for says Billy. 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