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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Monday, November 8, isis � *"!'... .. . \ : ,.-L'.... � r ......-� the lethbridge daily herald page threei THE Road to Hell Is paved with good intentiohs. Don't make a future hell for your wife and family after YOU ARE DEAD by falling to take out that policy you Intend to with the, MUTUAL LIKE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Canada's Only" Mutual, "If it's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see; E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 1793--626 10th St. South. MANWilTPELKEY DOWN TWELVE TIMES FltEI> FULTON BEING GROOMED .- FOR A CLASH' WITH ' JESS* WILLAH11 U WILLIAM JOHNSTON' DEFEATED BY H. VAN DYKE JOHNS-MISS BJl'nSTBDT BEATEN > > >>>>> NO SENIOR RUGBY ? Dulutli, .Minn., Nov. 7.-I*'red Kul-i ton, Rochester (Minn.) heavyweight, won from 'Terry Keller of Australia by a technical knockout in the. fourth round before the Dulutli Athletic cluh last night. In the fourth round Fulton landed three solid rights to the jaw, scoring a knockdown each time. Kcfcrcc Harry Stout of Milwaukee then stopped the fight. Pulton has been picked as. ono of .the three, pos-sib.lities for Jess 'Willanl at New Orleans in March. U.S. Gridiron Scores ' Harvard 10, Prhiceton�6.- Vale 0, Brown 'i. Dartmouth 7, .Pennsylvania 3. Washington State-college .27, University of Montana 7. Oregon Aggies 40, Idaho 0. l/ni versify of .Washington 72, Uni-versitv of California 0. I. tah A-ggies 10, Butte- School of Mines. 0. Oklahoma 14, Henry Kendall 13. Chcmawa (), Willamette (I. Maine 23, Uowdoin 1.1. .Swartiimore 0, Lafayette 17. franklin and Marshall 13, Haver-ford 0. ' - . - Nebraska 30, Nebraska Wesleyan 0. Johns Hopkins 23, Gettysburg 7. Michigan- Aggies (18,-Marquette 0. Kentucky State 15, University of Louisville 0.  A'mcs^7"-^iildt}ni�*ij8tdft-:0.- Chicago-35," Haskell Indians 0.,, Missouri �, Northwestern 24. Carlisle. Indians 23, Holy Cross 21. Wesleyan 41, Williams 15. wriuncll fill, Drake. 0. ,. Ohio Wesleyan 6, ' University of Cincinnati 17. Western Reserve 38, Oberlin 7. Kansas university 11, Washburn col-lr-Ke 0. .... Boston college 3, Fordlram (). Amherst 7, Massachusetts Aggies 25. ' Carnegie Technical 27, Cake 8. Washington and Jellerson 0, University of 1'ittsburg 10..... Virginia 35J -Vaudcrbilt 10. Cornell 3-1, Michigan 7. Army 0, Notre Dame 7. Navy 13, Bui-knell 3. Ohio Stat-J 10, .Indian i). Union 7, llennselaer 0. . Iowa 13, Purdue 10. Columbia 17.'-Connecticut Aggies B. Tufts 0, Trinity 0. William Jewell .20, Westminster 0> Illinois 'Wesleyan 20, Bradley 7. Normal university 27, Lincoln college 7. St. Ambrose college 3, Dubuque college 8. - ' " - Lombard college 10, St. Louis university 7. , . * , ., "' Kansas State, normal 111, Warrens-bnrg (Mo.) noriiial 1(1.- ' Orcightoii 27, St. T-hoifias 7. Kendall 13, Oklahoma 14. Georgia Technical 21, Alabama 7. Georgia 37,� .Florida 0. Texas 27, Scwanec (I. North Carolina !i, Clemson college Colorado Schoolof Mines .18, Denver university 0. Ursinus; 5-1, Albright 0. ;\ Hamilton 7, Rochester-university 0. Harvard ."Freshman 10, Phillips Ex-eler 22.' ' . '......, ''"' - Worcester Technical .'()', Norwich 0. Boston college 3, Fordham 0. Sun Fraiicisfo, Nov. 0. - II. Van Dyke Johns, crack tennis player of Stanford university, defeated Wi.'ialn Johnston, the national champion, here today in the semi-finals of the tournament for the Pacilic coast championship being played, oil the courts of Hie California Lawn Tennis cliili. Johns' victory required Ave !-ets, the scores being i-(i, 6-1, 8-3, l-il, 7-0. The elimination of life, national champion came as a gi'eat, surprise, to the large gallery which � witnessed Johns' triumph, for in- his previous matches of the tournament Johnston had played in splendid form. Today, however, the champion'.* defense was far from impregnable and his service lacked tlie ferocity which gained him the highest tennis honors.of the country a, few weeks ago. Johns in Unusual Form Opposed to Jhim .Johns played, according to some of the spectators, "better than lie knew." At least it was freely admitted that the young Stanford player, who also is n member oi the California Lawn Tennis club, played the best game of his career. Starting with a defeat chalked against him in the first set, Johns settled down to tennis that was far above.par and took the next two sets from the national titlcholder' in. sparkling, style. Then Johnson dug himself in a'riS made the match two all by taking the. fourth set. 'Here Johnston displayed all his, prowess. The last set, was ^ hitter struggle. Griffin Also Beaten Another surprise came with the victory of Herbert I]aim, also from Stanford university, defeated Clarence Griffin, national doubles champion. This match also took live sets to decide, the scores being 4-6, 8-4, 4-6, �-2, 7-5. � These matches leave Johns and Halm in the finals, which will be played tomorrow. Miss Molla lljufstcdt of Norway, women's national champion,-.' met her Waterloo also, her conqueror being Miss Anita Myers of San Francisco, who --Qualified for the finals bv winning 0-C, H-1, 6-4. OR HOCKEY IN ALTA. * TILL WAR I* OVER * --- * Calgary, Alia., Nov. 8.--At ? the annual meeting of the AI- the Alberta'Rugby Union held � here Saturday, It was decided > that there would he no more > i > senior rugby, or bockty till the �> : war is over. , �> : o i'  *> > ; > > > >  ; * * + ? * - � �; * \,V $ ** > RENOWNED CANADIAN * * '����'-' * + 6  ->a9>* FOR PETER SGOTT t'REAT TROTTER WINS 1BTH R.ACE OUT OF 17 STARTS-TOTAL EARNINGS, $11,760 San Francisco, Nov. 6, - Tommy Murphy, champion driver of the country, drove Major Ong and Peter Scott to straight-heat victories at the Panama-Pacific exposition harness -meet today, despite the fact that he is still under a doctor's care as the result of an operation performed last Thursday. Peter Scott's capture of the 2:05 trot, valued at $5000, was his sixteenth win out of seventeen starts tins season, for a total of $49,760. Major Ong set a new track record, stepping the mile in 2:04-4- in the second head of .the 2:07 pace. The first race, the. Breeders' Futurity, was taken by BonduleauT" driven by Lou Daniels. Results : First race, Breeder's Futurity, 3-year-olds purse $1800 : Bondalcan (Lou Daniels) ..... 2 1 1 1 Greatness (M. Saunders) ..... 1 2 3 3 Kayo de Oro (W. G. Durfec). 3 3 2 2 Dixon Uov (Walter Tryon)... 4 1 1 -1 Sheldon Jit (W. Alford) ....... 5 d Time, 2:10J- ; 2:0!)-} ; 2:10� ; 2:131. Second race, 2:07 pace, $2000 : Major Ong (Tommv Murpbv)..... Ill White Sox (W. G.'Durfee) ...... 2 2 2 College Gent (Barnes) ............ 3 3 3 Teddy Bear (Lou Daniels)...... 4 4 4 Little Beraice (Al Schwartz).. 5 5 5 Time, 2:07* ; 2:04 J- ; 2:051. Third race, 2:05 trot, purss $5000 : Peter Scott (Tommy Murphy). Ill Albaloma (John tiuinn) ......... 2 3 2 Virg. Barnclle (W. O. Durfec) 4 2 4 Electric Patch (11. Macey)...... 3 4 5 Actien (Sam Harris) .............. d Time, 2:08* ; 2:0U � 2:11. .> * * .;. .j. * .> TOM WILLIAMS, TURF FAME DIES Veteran Promoter of Racinn In California, Also Theatre Magnate BAT NELSON GETS "HIS" / �Kansas ; O.'lty,'. Mo.. JtSfdV.yfi.r^Jimmy Reagan, won, a decision oyer Battling Nelson in 10 rounds :h'ere' last ntght. Reagan outpointed .and- Qtitfou'ght lais opponent all, thei.vvay, and the decision was popular. Nelson fought at, catch weights, vyhi'ie Reagan was compelled to make 133 pounds. ___-�-'._. We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 407 Fifth Street S. Oakland, Cal., Nov. 6.-;Thomas it. Wii'llams, for more than 2j years president of the Old California Jockey club, and one of the best known race horse men in the United States, died today at his home in Oakland. He was 50. . Tn addition to engaging- in the promotion of racing throughout the country, Mr. Williams had also taken an active interest in various businesses, making several ventures in the theatrical line. . BURNS-WILLIAMS NOVEMBER 29 New Orleans, La., Nov. .6.-Frankie Burns of Jersey City has agreed to terms to meet Kid Williams of Baltimore, the bantam weight champion, in a 20-rounu bout for the world's bantamweight title here November 20. CHICAGO FAVORS SUMMER BALL Chicago, 111., Nov. 6.-'IJnivefslty of Chicago students voted today for the repeal of the present big nine rifle against students engagliigvjn: summer baseball for pay. The vote was 331 against the conference rule to 2,7.8 for it. : * *.*.* > ? : � * : >.* > FLEETWOOD SCHOOL LEADS'-* Omission was made in the reports last, week of the results of the city school annual sportB of the fact that the reftay rfice was won toy Fleetwood school. This brings the Fleetwood to the top of the list, 'with C rooms and. 1.05 points to. her credit; Central, with It rooms and 74 points,, is .next; Westminster, with 7 rooms and 63 points Is next, and Galbraith, with i rooms and 45 points is next. . ' .;. .;. .;. .ji .5. .j .;. ? > > ? Auburn. N. Y., Nov. 6.-When they meet in San Francisco next week members of the National Association of Professional Baseball Clubs will be asked by a representative of the Car-ranza government for territory for a baseball league in Northern Mexico, the game to be played in that territory under the rules of organized baseball in the United State's. This was made known here today by John H, Farrell, secretary of the association, just before he left for the west to attend the meeting. The Carranza government recently announced , that the-American national game would supplant bull fights in Mexico. Secretary Farrell said the National Board of Arbitration would consider several hundred disputed cases on the train en route to San Francisco, REG1NA BEAT SASKATOON . _^___. t Saskatoon, Sask., Nov. 7.-"It was some game." That was the opinion of the crowd of, spectators that thronged along the side lines of the rugby grounds at Calms field "on Saturday, watching the Regina Rough Riders and the Saskatoon Tigers struggle for the premier, rugby honors of Saskatchewan. Regina won b.v. Jl points tot. GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HAIR She Mixed Sulphur with it to Restore Color, Gloss, Thickness.' -Common garden sage brewed into a heavy teu with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant, remove every iblt of dandruff, stop scalp itching and falling hair/ Just a tew applications will prove a revelation if your hair is fading, gray or dry, scraggly and thin. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to-use tonic, costing about 50 cents a: large bottle-at drug stores, known as "Wy-etli's Sage and Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and , attractive-news. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can' tell, because it does so naturally, so evenly. You just:dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair,- taking one small strand at a time; by- morning all gray hatrs have disappeared, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft, and luxuriant. .1. D. Hig-inbotham & Co., Limited, Druggists. -Advertisement. ' GEORGE GOULDING Toronto athlete who broke the world's ' walking .record by winning the national championship 7-mile walk at New Brunswick, N.J., Octoh'er 23. His time was SOmin. 40 4-5sec.; U. S. ASKED TO INSPET AT (Continued *kom JTbont Page) Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 7.-The Toronto Argonauts yesterday defeated Ottawa at home, 1!) to 15, winning thereby second place in the "Big Fo.ur" (Inter-P'rovlncial) union. The play wa^ close until well into the third quarter. Ottawas had the lead when the first, period closed, 7 to 6. They maintained and increased this advantage in the second quarter, Closing,the first half 8 to 6. But right at the opening of the second half Argonauts bucked up. taking- advantage of every point; aiid -when the third duarter ended, the Toronto players had the lead, 15 to. 8. The final period was close, each side doing their utmost. The game ended in semi-darkness, 19 to 15. Toronto, Nov. 7.-When the Toronto Rowing and Athletic association rugby players go to Hamilton for the return game with 'Hamilton Rowing club in the home and home play-oft for the senior championship of the Ontario Rugby Football union, they will have a lead of 22 points. That margin was accumulated in a game at Rosedale field here yesterday when the Black and White beat the Hamilton team, 27 to 5. The score is an indication of what happened. Play was in HamJ.ton territory almost continuously. The Toronto players were almost always in possession of the ^ball and beat the visitors offensive!)' and defensively. Hamilton, Ont., .Nov. .7.-Hamilton Tigers, indisputably champions of the Interprovlncial Rugby Football unitn since they defeated Ottawas at the capital a week ago, met and defeated the tafl-enders, Montreal A.A.A., on the home grounds yesterday, 36 to 1. CARPETBALL An interesting carpetball match will he played on Wednesday evening in the S. 0.' E. hall between the Kcnt-ishmen and the S. O. E. The former, although novices at the game, have a hunch they can take the city league champions' measure, and all members of the two societies -are invited to bo present. been turned into an internment camp for the prisoners. There are over sixty rooms, most of them with from two to four men in them, fitted up with bunks. A large kitchen, a wash room and shower bath, a reading room and a large recreation room, created out of the abandoned barroom, a dining room and other rooms occupy the first floor. A ' hospital, with a single' patient suffering from a slight attack of pneumonia, is located on the second floor. Another hotel has bean converted into a barracks for the guards aad still another one is being occupied by the non-coms, army service and army medical corps. There arc st.l.I a few abandoned hotels which now look more ebaadoned than ever alongside of those so recently resurrected for use, A strong wire fence has been erected about the prison and the barracks quarters, and the grounds are being levelled off so that the place will be sanitary and look like a real live place in which to pass the winter. The Herald man found that a few of the' men were complaining about the food being cooked the same old way every day ; boiled fresh meat and boiled potatoes all the time, but it struck the scribe that an ample supply of good grub.well cooked looked pretty lucky these times. No complaint as to quantity or quality, just a sameness as to the way it was cooked was the amount of grief that rankled in the stomachs of a few fellows who looked as sleek as seals. There are soldiers from all parts of East Kootenay on the guard force, some from Creston, Cranbrook, Elko, Michel and Fernie, Lieutenants Thompson and Barnes, of Fernie, and Lieutenant Ashley Cooper, from Creston, are the officers in charge, and Captain Mallan-daine is expected back from Victoria in a few days to remain permanently at the camp. Lieutenant Cooper, of Creston, is a South African veteran, and an experienced man on the job. All told, there are over two hundred people now occupying the deserted tillage of Morrissey, but there in no revival of the real estate boom which brought it into existence a dozen rears ago. -. . Fire Wipes Out Nearly All Family Chinook, Alia., N'ov._ 8.-Three children burned to death," his wife so badly burned that she is not expected to live more than three days, and severe personal injuries in addition, are the net results of a fire which destroyed the two-room shack in which William Henery lived with his family on his homestead, about three mites from this town, in the'early hours of Thursday morning. It is surmised that the fire was caused through au overheated chimney. The father rose in the middle of the night and lit a fire. He was so tired after his previous day's threshing that he dropped hack into bed asleek, and did not wake until there was very little left of his home and family. The blaze seems to have startled in ihc room in which two of the children were sleeping, the third child being at the mother's breast. Mrs. Henery did not wake until the flames were licking her bed and the bedclothes were rapidly becoming consumed. She attempted to make her way to the other room, to see after *he other children, but overcome with smoke, could not get any further tlan a few feet, and losing consciousness let her young baby drop, with the result that it was consumed by the fire. Mr. Henery pushed his wife through a window, and though badly burned himself and with practically nothing on, hitched up a horse and buggy, and wrapping a blanket round his wife, drove her to a neighbor's house, about half a mile distant, where she now lies at death's door. ALBERTAN AWARDED D.C.M. Calgary,. Alfa., Nov. �.-Word has been received' in Calgary today that Private James fi. Murray of Bank-bead, Alta., has been awarded the D. CM. for gallant and courageous conduct, when in action at Cape He'iles In the GalHpoll peninsula.' DRUGS EXCITE VOUR , KIDNEYS, USE SALTS "JUNE" In the sireat production of "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine," which comes to the Majestic Theatre'for one sight only, next Thursday,"' November 11. The production ,is "presented-.by the famous New York producers, Meagre, Klaw. &. Erlacger. If Your Back Hurts or Sladder Bothers. Drink Lets of Water When your kidneys hurt and your back feels sore, don't gat scared and proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys and irritate the entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys clean like you keep: your bowels clean, by flushing them with a mild harmless/ salts which removes ' the body's urinous waste and stimulates them to their normal activity. The function of the kidneys is to filter the blood. Tn 24 hours they strain from it 500 grains of acid and waste, so we can readily understand the' vital importance of keeping the kidneys active. Drink lots of water-you can't drink too much; also get from any pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a taibtespoonful in a glass of water before 'breakfast each morning for a few days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used tor generations to clean and stimulate clogged kidneys; also to neutralise the aoids Jn urine so it no longer is a source of irritation, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot Injure ; make* a delightful effervescent llthia water drink which everyone, should take- now and then ,to keep their kidneys clean and active. Try this, also keep up the water drtnk-Jng, and no doubt yon vwltl "wonaer what became of your kidney trouble and backache, V FIRE DEPT. A. proposal to cut down the Fire department to twelve men by removing the ambulance to the stables where it was formerly kept, and running the service from there, thus doing away with, the necessity of filling vacancies at the Fire hail, was disapproved by the City Commissioners this morning. The ambulance service will still be run from the central fire hall, and vacancies necessary to be filleld will be filled at least until the end of the year. ' The Commissioners believe that the ambulance service can only be properly handled from the fire station. The staffs of the fire stations have been so depleted by enlistment, that it has been found difficult to find men for vacancies. Fire Chief Hardy tho.ught that It might be possible to WATCH SORE THROATS because swollen glands or inflamed membranes often affect other tissues: and lung trouble easily follows. As Nature's corrector of throat troubles the pure cod liver oil in Scott's Emulsion is speedily converted into germ-resisting tissue; its tested glycerine is curative and healing, while this wholesome emulsion relieves the trouble and upbuilds the forces to resist tubercular germs and avert the weakening influence which usually follows. If any member of your family has a tender throat, get a bottle of Scott's Emulsion to-day. Physiciansprescribe it to avert throat troubles, overcome bronchial disorders and strengthen the Jungs. No harmful drugs. Always insist on Scott's. SaoU as Bownc, Toronto, Ont. 15-32 get along with fewer permanent menU-by filling vacancies with call men.: The appointment of R,H. -Johnaoit:^ as motor mechanic- for the department^ was authorized this morning. Another 4 man is still to be appointed. Th#� fire; force, is now down to about .the! ^ lowest minimum possible, without acW't ually impairing efficiency, "----- ifll*. NO GENERAL ELECTION UNTIL AFTER "WAR** ' * Jjondon.-The Marquis- of 'lands""., downe, minister without portfolio in \ ?3 the Cabinet, announced in the House^ � of Lords ' that-! this government was �,tj;..$$&&: (Ada as candidate in The Herald's Subscription Campaign. i *:;-*,. Nominated by',..............'..'..'.....V:'*.t;.'.^;