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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 191 THE .LETHBBIDGE, DAILY HERALD PAGE.THREE, (f Road to Hell Is paved with good intentions. make a future hell for your wife and family after YOU ARE DEAD by failing to take out that policy you' intend to with the MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Canada's Only Mutual. "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phono or sac E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 626 10th, St. South. YJ.U.B Tlie Knox mill 'Herald bowl fouislit- iii'tlie y.Jl.C.A. Howling lea- Eiio. This is, tile second game of tlio The first was played lust Fri- day night, when the Campbell, Wilson fi Horne and Battery teajas played the opening (jame. Billow iK apjiend- IM! the list, of garner, drawn up. Tile schedule will rim un- til Just past the middle of December. Kigiit teams are lined up for battle, nnd they seven, games apiuce. Nearly every night In" .the .-week will lie devoted to bowling at Hie "V." The scnednie: .Xov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Men, .Xov. Nov. Nov Nov. Nov. Xov. Nov. -Bee. Dee. Dec. Dec. Dec. Men. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Deo. Dec. A vs.- 0. W. i- U. C. vs. Dorm. A.vs. Hera'id. Men vs. BatterylB vs. Battery U. YV. tt 11. vs. Kuox. C. vs. Business Men. A vs. Knox. YV, H. Business VB.'Doriii. C. ys, Battery B. W. II. vs. Herald. A vs. B. C. Vfi. .Battery B. A vs, Dorm. Men. vs.'B.C. .vs. B. C. W. H. vs. .Baltery li. vs.'Battery B. A vs. Business. AV. It. vs. Dorm, A. va. Battery 11. vlii Business vs. Dorm. W. H. vs. B. C. vs. Busiaoss Men, ONTARIO ASSOCIATION HAS NO LESS THAN THREE HUN- DRED ENUISTED Toronto, N'ov. the many enlistments ol players and ollk-ers belonging-to U. 11.. A. clubs, the association will continue in busi- .iess as usual tins cominB vvintei aad Irom all ilnlicatious it wi.l be a most siicccsstul 'season in every rcsfect, ile- spitc the prevailing conditions. The provisions that are to be made for soldi'Ts will introduce a ejonient into the various series and- the many camps will have a great iollowmg ilirouelioul the season. Tlu: 0 II A. has taken a census 01 players anil oi last year's teams who have enlisted for overseas service which shows that over. 300 players have joined the colors since last winter. This merely includes the actual players, not the club members or followers, livery town is wholer heartedly behind its own hocKcy team, of course, and in the larger- centres the MR elubs have given him-, dreds of men who do not actually fig- ure in hockey, but are all folltnven ot tlie sport, as for instance, the Argo- naut Bowing Club, of Toronto, with nearly 10n men at the front, the, I'n- ivei'sity of Toronto with almost 1000, The Ham.Uon Rowing Club with 35, the Hamilton A. A. 30, the Kingston Frontenacs, with 30 which are represented in the above list by only the exact number of hockey players who have joined the colors. TACOMA .'DIVINE: "GOOD SPORT" Nothing .About '-r- Fans at Elle' ringside at.a Emokei' iu Tacoina. felt .co'.d shivers cbnsiuE up and down their spines, "when the Rev. Jl. H. of the Cliurca of the Holy eornmuttion of'that city, walked In and took a sent.close to the ring. The. Key. Mr.. McSlnnis Is chairman ot the service tioard, and the sports had. a haunch that he was there to irnng a little crepe on the .smoker. Silt- far be it Irom Siich. He likes a. spirited boxing liout. ami he ;led- the applause whejr a snappy right hook connected with the point of tho chin He iiad to lea e be- fore tho and whispered, to B.USS Hall in passing that he was hur- rying away to perform a marriage eer- cinons He sild he saw nothing ob jectionable in the smoker and the ]idb at the ringside, declared that the proicher is a icgular fellow HOW HOCKEY CLUBS )H THE PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE LOOK NOW Since the sueeetJBrnl raid oC the Pacific Coast Hockoy on tho Eastern leaKUes. the cluba in the IM3.H.A. Ulla aeason, will have tho fofiuwiiig Ilno-upe, with additions to he made shortly: Vancouver Lohman, GriffiB, Neighbor, Macka.v. Taylor, Mallen, Seaborn and Rickey. 0. Pat- rick, Qenge, KCIT. Camer- on aad I Seattle Hdmes, Carpenter, [Walker, Foyston, Wilson. Stanley, Kowo ans HaaE. Tobiu Oat- man, -Harris and "Barbour. former Taber hockey BUFFALO, TOO, SOLICITED AS MEMBER OF BASEBALL ORGANIZATION Toronto, Xov. the delib- erations ol. the national association of professional baseball clubs next week at San Francisco the future of the International League depends. President Barrow will represent the League W .1. Clymcr, late of Toron- to, was to have been the representa- tive of the International, but his af- filiation with the American. Associa- tion made a change necessary. The fact that tho American Associ- ation as far back as Ifll2 and repi- lady each year since that date, has 'expressed a" desire to have Toronto 'and Buffalo for its circuit now as- serts itself. A saving in mileage could ie effected, said Mr. McCafiery yes- terday by the addition ot Toronto and Buffalo to the American Associa- Burdetb, Nov. myster- ious lire occurred hero last Friday. A. Owens lost his barn, feed and 250 bushels of oats, and chicken house. Had a strong wind been blowing tho results would certainly been dis- astrous. H. McQalliartl has bought the quarter section belonging to C. firunsdale for O. Thackcr has purchased a farm near Bow Island. K. W. Fletcher has bought the resi- dence belonging to Mr. Pinino and in- tends moving his family in. F. A Lumbard, secretary-treasurer oi Burdett, has just completed thresh- ing his wheat, which averaged 45 bushels per acre. A. E. Anstrom purchased a house and lot from McDowell White, ot Foremost. A. Hamilton has bought the resi- dence of Huniess, which was for- ijierly built and owned by the late C. W. Smith. Farmers are in Iowa daily rushing cars to ship wheat, as the three de- vators are fllled and wheat hauling is blocked, Autos, are as numerous as the old nuggies were on the streets. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hardie of the Oas company, motored to Lcthbridge last Saturday and spent Sunday with their son anil daughter who are at- tending the High school there. II you were told o! a new discovery ior the treatment of coughs, colds and bronchitis, as certain in its action on all chest troubles as anti tovm >s on diphtheria, or vaccination on smallpox, wouldn't you feel like giving Ha trial' Especially if you could try it for fifty cents I Peps is the discovery' Peps are little tablets, neatly wrap- ped in air and germ proof silver foil They contain certain medicinal laye dients, which, whan placed upon the tongue, immediately torn into vapour, and -It onco breathed down tho air passages totheiunfcs Oil their journtj, they soothe the inflarrcd and irritated membranes of the bronchial InboB, tho delicate of the passages, nnd finally enter carry relief and healing to the csp-Uar sa t ay a in the In word, while no liquid of Bolid can to the lungs and ur passagrn, thean Peps get there direot, and it once commonci) their ivort of healing Peps ire entirely distinct fiom the old fashioned lujuid cough >m which are merely iwallowod into the alomscb, and never reach tho lilngi. Kopi ticat ment of coughs colds is direct treat- It yon not yet tried cut ont this article, writo. it the name and date M this papei, mail it (with Ic stamp to ,r return rioBtigo) to Peps Co -ronto A frco trial pael et will then he sent jou Calgary, Out. Albert-it Am- ateur Athletic Imipn.meeting, held on Saturday morning, was very tame in. coinpariSon with other years. Very little business was ilonc except the election of officers. The meeting opened shortly alter 10 o'clock, with Prof. Muir Ithe nrcsidcnt. in the chair. Those present were Prof. Kriwards, presi- dent Leroy Ohowan, secresiiry-trea- siirer Mr. 'Bcatty, of Medicine Hat; Mr. Dobson, ol Letlibridje -Mr. Jas. Mann, of Hcd Deer, and .Mr. Frank McPherson, ropresentiDg the Edmon- ton Athletic Club. The secretary's report readj ullich showed that the wii tiis midc quite i holt in vltaeita s list of ath leles ind it a very difficult task to carry on the work of .the union ior this reason Notwithstanding this the report was very bright and much cudlt it due to the organiza rtipn for the successful way: in which tlie sporting events of the past sea- son were handled. Prof i dward- wis re elected pre sident. Norman Rank-in was elected first ice president in the place 01 Hoi Robert Pearson an 1 Chow an was asain elected secretary and treasurer All Dnscoll ap pointed r presentatne foi the south ern district J At Sharp ior the Cal gin dislncii nnd the Ku t, Ramsay for the northern district BIO BANQUET I IhL banquet tendued the Rei Robert-Pearson in the 1'alliser-hotel was a bit affair Cvcrj hramll of, athletics wis represented to do hon- or to been a.very prom- nent figure in the realm o[ Alberta aniateiu sport Air Pearson recently given a LOiunnssion 11 irniv and is now known as Lieut.. Kev Rdbt. Pearson. The banquet was giv- en hj the Albert! branch 01 the V A. U. to the Kov. Mr. Pearson as a liiarlr of appreciai-ion [or his good j work in the interest of athletics, in Alberta. Toronto, Nov. there are several candidates in the field for the position of manager of the Toronto baseball club recently vacated bv one "Hill" Clymer, the most formidable is undoubtedly Frank Shaughncssy, ol Ottawa. President J. J. McCaffery is ratter sweet on the versatile athletic director, and it is quite possible that 'Shag" will be invited here in a tew days to have a talkfest with the-lo- cal magnate regarding the matter. Mr. Shaugbnessy has many friends in Toronto, and his selection would no doubt meet with the popular approv- al of the fans at large.. "Shag has 'done many big things in the Cana- dnn league and is a bright, clever felloivT He lias had plenty oi. experi- ence, and on the whole looks like the njjit man for the job. Shauglmcssy won the 1912 pennant ui Fort Uayne in .the Central Lea- gue, and was also instrumental that year .in handing Ottawa the Canadian 'League the Capi- tal City team with the necessary ma- terial. 'In J913, 1914 and 1915 he lieaded tho Ottawa team and outdis- tanced his rivals in the Canadian Lea- gue ricre is no possibility of the Canadian League franchise being oper- in thp event of war continuing, and Sliaughnsssy would thus be avail- able, for the Leafs.. SON OF RENOWNED SCULLER The inventor ot the.rifle periscope used against the Turks in the Darda- nelles Is Trooper William Beach, Jr., of the former champion of the world. He is 33 years old, and in civ- il 'life was a fitter employed: by the Railway department of the New South Wales government. JOHNNY O'LEARY TO TRY FOR LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE Canadian Champion Matched to Meet Freddie Welsh at Winnipeg. Novernbe- ion n ive been signed for cdntest toi the world's lightweight cliampionshiiV ue- tween Freddie" Welsh; present title holdei 'lid lolumi 0 Learj of Seattle eight thummon ot tanada lo tike plac( here on November 15 Tile bout will bo a twelvMound go, with a" semi-final between Eddie Moy and .lose Thorburn of Winnipeg. Faniol A scholar went to college once, n scholar wise and rare And yet tho public never knew that he was going there. Me know the wherefore, and the which tho whyfore and the what, He knew a lot of classic stuff the profs had forgot, '1 thought n college n place, to train the youthful mind, But since I've read the sporting page this formula I find To bo a famous student, no that all tho world may knqw. One ounce ot weight above the cars, two hundred rio.undsJielow. Thole Names Gerferal Howitzer and-tell him to attack .Czpwizgrawysz." Tell him -to attack Buikow." Judge. iNObleford, Alta., Nov. the farmers are very busy up until darkness Cully settles on the land, the Patriotic Pnnd meeting held here last evening was a success in every re- spect. There was a very good crowd in attendance much Interest was tak- en in the proceedings, and at the close a generous response was made to the request lor contributions to tlie fund. Nobiefont has a branch of tha Patri- otic Fund, with: officers: Presi. dent. Rev. H. W. Stevenson; vice-pres- ident A. H. Buchan.; secretary, J. H. Medd; .McKiniron. Stevenson presided, 'at last, night's meeting, which was addressed by James M.P.P. for Uttle Bow, the constituency in which Nobleford is located, and .W. A. Buch- anan, M.P, Mr. McNaughton .explained- the needs the .Patriotic Fund, and urg- dd that Noble should contribute its share to the amount allotted to the constituency. Un Buchanan spoke for an on the part Canada was taking in the war, and the reason for it; the. great difference In. the ideals of the nations in' the struggle, and he emphasized the point that a victory for Germany wouia be i. direct 'Wow at humanity, Christianity and civilization. He com- pared Germany's methods during the war with those of Great Britain to im- press the thought of what was to De expected from a world.1 dominated by Oermm. ideals. At the cOnclusiba .of this address s'lrhsoriptions to the fund were.solicit- ed from'- those, in attendance at tie meeting and was the result. It !s elpected will contribute over when the campaign in the community is concluded. Sub-Committees of Khaki League havebeenNamed The' toiipwine; are the sub-commit- tees of tne Lethbridge Khaki League, and the weeks in which each com- mittee will be on receive re- turned sojdiers. This .arrangement has been completed-117 the secretary, J. 'R; Oliver. Weeks commencing Nov. 8, 1015 Dec. '13, 1916; Feb. :-W. S. Colpman, 'fi.'Barrowinan, A. J. Blackmirne, H, J. 'Boodel' Weeks commencing Nov. 15, 1915 ,pcc. 20, 1815 Jan. 1916 Feb. 38, 1916 H. T. Brymner. Mrs. Kel- Ipgg, :F. Jl. Riches, Mrs. Robinson, Jtev'. A, C. Bryan. Weeks. commencing Nov. r Jan. 31, 1816 .March 6, 1916 A. Reid, Mrs. McKillop, W. Buchanan, A. Hi McKfflJ.wn, Mrs Burriott. M.Week to to theamafl trouble: of 3nallihot 'the: below for a free trial ol Treatment? French Liner Has Fire in Hold New lork, NY, Nov.' French line steamship Rochambeau has a -tire in her reserve coal bjmk- ers; according to a Lmessage at the French, line today. K. of P. Hall Something Original and Entirely New, including Cards and Dancing- Tie PI mall TH.L reaartx W their great Joy at havlnc been letf to try sreat treatment at markiible reiultfl It produced In their fair to Give yourself the ekmee to Mail the coupon new or (O-to any druff store and a se.e box ef mid File Treatment. PYRAMID URCfi COMPANY, 181 Hanbtll, Mlcli. llrMnd me n Free ftample of t plain wntppei Name Street City. VARIETY SANDWICHES AIVD PICKLES And the Very Best Coffee GOOD ORCHESTRA And a Surprise Stunt by Ladies (Very Funny) Tickets 50c each I.AIHFH OF ST. PATRICK'S PARISH r-fe" ;