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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'IIURSDAY, XOVF.MBF.n (I. THE LETHBRTDGE IMTLY HERALD PAGE THREE MADE IN CANADA an 'Doncaster ARROW COLLAR 1 Bets, cacti, OlorOOctB. tiluctt. i'eabtidy Mujtgra HERALD SPORT SECTION -ell Pin-Toppling Marks The, Opening Game For These Two Teams if organ's Mercs took (ho ineasuvn Giants last night oiurgamn of (ho City Bowling igue, when they took two out of. eu games with ISO pins to spurn on ftn i three. The howling away ,tcr tlian that displayed on .Monday ;ht between Hie Dominions ami the! 'raid. In tho KGCOIU! game the nits toppled tlie maples to tho l.unn 843, wliilR in the last game the si'f's came dose to that mark withj l. This is getting close to tho 175} ,rk per bowl or, which is going somej tho slari-off. Tommy Eva UK was high individual t me and high total with in his! ;oml and G20 Tor the total, an R n[ 207. Shover for the Mercs also led up n I'ig count with a HIM game start and a total of for an avor- of 1J10. Shover would have rolled ar SOU in his second game had it. t been for a foul iu the IH'tli frame It'll cost him pins. Morgan and inner for the Mercs also lopped tho mark. The next, game will lie between the ks and the I. II. C. squads tomorrow Eht at S o'clock. bast night's detailed score: Mercantiles Fans! Be on Deck for the Boxing Smoker To-night lie on deck Tor tlie big Tobacco Fund smukor al [ho Majestic tonight. It need only be. Bail! Unit tho LothbriilRO Sports and Amusement Club, under whose auspices Hie affair tonight is bciliK slimed to swell the total of the Herald Fund for the boys In the Ircnclira. have done their best to lino tip n prournm of boxing, wrestlins and vaudeville stunts that will be nil to the merry, and the Club is satisfied the fans will think so when it is all over YollllB Hoss and Kid Evans in themselves will furnish some excitement. Uvans worked out last night i" .Mantell's gym ami slewed the boys a line of speed. The smoker will also givo the fans a chance lo see Sara, the ffnnish wrestler, in action. Be on deck tonight. Don't miss it. G. I TEAM Trim Knox 36 to 25 in liy Far The I5cst Game of Season over...... jrgan adonlmrgli idrews inner awford illiams cPhec runs 165 14S 113 165 571 516 705 770 j Giants 120 1ti9 13S 121 200 7-IS S43 (574 2205 BAR HIM FOR LIFE The way Marry Legore, the Yale ar, is tearing the gridiron makes apparent that he is out to show "and Harvard that lie have been barred from ath- tlcs for life. Classes Boys' and Thursday evenings from to 8.30. Swim from S.30 lo ieavo buiklillK Mi-Kiilop- Boys' 4.15 to 5.00 p.m. in pyra; lo 5.30 in swimming! pool Saturdays 10.15 to 11.00 a.m. in! Kyni; 11.00 to 11.311 in swimming pool. Instructor--L. Uunsworth. Hoys' special present the special juniors will have class with Ihc juniors till there are enough to have a separate class. Business men's 15, 20, 29: Doe. 4, C. 111. IS, 20, 27. Come out and enjoy an hour's healthy sport. Girls' Days Every Friday from 4.15 to G.OQ p.m. v i Oirls' swimming classes also T.30 to '.'-_ Swimming classes for ladies. Fvery other .Monday on and after Nov. 13 girls' gym classes from 4.15 to 5.45 in afternoon and 7.30 to 9.00 in evening. Basketball Remaining games of basketball in f'itv League for Ewert Cup: vs 7Sth Battery. Nov. vs "Y." Nov. X. vs VStll Battery. Nov. vs G. X. Nov. vs 75ih Battery. Nov vs G. X. Nov. vs 7Sth Battery. Bee v? "Y.M Doc 7_G. X. vs 78th Battery. Dec vs O. X. DeCi vs 7Sth Battery. Dec vs G. X, Dec. vs 7Sth Battery. JESS REPOSES 10 UFT Turns Down Offer Meet Wills, the Colored Champion Basketball fans who failed to sec Tuesday night's performance missed a great treat. The meant a ivliole lot to both teams. Dial is. it was to decide wlio would late Hie lead in tlie heretofore tied city league. It can easily be imagined how Iseen every imtn on each team felt. "COULD NOT STAND UP STRAIGHT" Coriiwullts, Jon. 23. "About a year ago I waa mif- forinjf from a dreadful lame bade and hlpi. BO juucii BO that I could not itaud up straight by A iricad told mo auout _ ________. KIDNEYS I got a box; they nelpeu mo ini- mediately. "I have taken about 12 boxes. Tito paina in my back and lilpa are all gone. I caiiuot speak too highly of tho wonderful effect of your Utn Pills. You may use this if you ace fit to. Sincerely yours, E. 0. David." All diuggluts sell Oln at Sample fra'u if you write to The Herald "Two Bits" Fund For Tobacco for the Soldiers So busy ye sporting editor yes. In the first half Knox immediately j tcrday collecting his election beta (by j took the aggressive, piling up a series collcct .uui in1" SeroJnniinutcs o" tho Herald Two Bits score iu o. bacco Fund was forgotten. But. the j iGorHlfellov.'s of the city did not forget; in ofter of from a The crowd were frantic by this time. another couple of has-j 376 47it 3S9 391 620 BOWLING I Open Afternoons I ...and Evenings... ;THE "DOMINION" BOWLING ALLEYS 1 (Basement Dominion Building) CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells To Get Quick Relief from Head-Colds. It's Splendid I lisdt tanas '.'PROM FACTORY TO HOME" TWENTY PRANCH STORES HEAD OFFICE FACTORIES, TORONTO The Henry Herbert Player-Piano Made by Mason and Risch, Limited its class. Genius and expert workmanship have verily been happily blended in this popular priced player-piano. This splendid instrument, at its price, represents the apex of achievement. NEVER has VALUE been so obvious, and want ta go on record as saying that this wonderful player-piano; at its very moderate price, establishes its value as the greatest that can be obtained. WE ARE READY TO SELL YOU A HENRY HERBERT PLAYER-PIANO ON TERMS THAT WILL INVOLVE NO DRAIN UPON YOUR PURSE. RISCH LIMITED 5TH ST. SOUTH. BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDCE grim countenances, while Knox camt witlr thorough confidence of fnVtiiilusl acknowledgement: W. E. Reed, iheii-l'1'- s- J- w- Boiilton, .1. II. Hiv- niampulalorK irept up till the so lers. W. V. Horsey and IT. W. Miller, {he I KeeP tnt3 Il-'s a worthyi Every shot that if Krain grad- WAR-RULES FOR TRENCH HOCKEY (The Nations! Hockey association has made special rules for players in FAMOUS JOCKEY DEAD re was 18-1 S. In one'mlimto your clogged nostrils will open, the air passages your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness. No strug- gling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh will be gone. Get a small bottle ot Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little oC this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It. pen- etrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief Gome's instantly. It's just fine. Don't stuy stuffed-up with a cold or nasty comes so JESS WILLARD Who refuses to lift the color line. kels. Tho G. X. followed suit, making the score 22-22. It was at, this period of play that the G. X. showed superiority. In less than four minutes the G. X. were ten points ahead, ing it 32-22. Geo. Mclvor and Austin Skeith were mainly responsible this sudden burst of speed, both ing some swell shots. They were satisfied with tills, but continued -.core, and when the v.-hiutle blew for time the score -was 36--25 in favor of the G. X. This puts the Grain Exchange in the lead in the present league stand- ing.' but tho Ewert Cup is by no means j cinched yet The standing is: Won Lost G. X..................... Y. M. C. A................ 1 1 (Sth Battery............. 1 1 Knox 1 2 I he teams lined un as follows: Knox. s- y-' G.-X. Campbell___R. Forward......Tailing "MicBeth.....L. Forward.......Shand Murray....... Centre McKillop.....R. Guard.........Lund Stewart.......L. Guard........Skeith Green played in Shand's place in "the second half. The next game is on tonight be- tween the "Y" and the 73th Battery. Everyone welcome-. Admission free; CURLERS' ANNUAL MEETING FRI. NIGHT London. Nov. Ma- her, United Stales jockey, after a lingering illness, is dead. Mahor pilntcd many whirling horses under the wire in tliis country, and was well Soop 'or up! Soop 'or up. The chilly morn ings have got HiidGi1 tlie skins of the curJors, aild they are just waiting for ice to get the roariu' game go- ing once more. Meantime they are going to prepare, and to- morrow evening at the Chinook Club, President Clarko will preside at the annual meeting of the Curlers for the election of. officers and appointment of committees for the coming sea- son, if you're a curler you'll be there. (hittens n German i ill the scoring averages as 'goal. .5 j If only a leg or arm is picked s.' or an eve removed, an assist will hejv 'Kjven and favorably Itnowu. Back cheeking is prohibited on at- A itach- Using the butt end on an opponent ,t. SH permissible, but pulling Hie trigger will count more. Dropping n bomb in your own t trench is a major foul. Penalty, death. HOCKEY PLAYER JOINS COLORS Portland, Ore., Nov. Oat- i man, captain of the Portland ice JUDGE LANDIS MAY HEAD i NATIONAL BASEBALL BODY I hockey team, which last year won the, Pacific Coast Hockey association New Nov. Judge t to boichamponsup, has joined a Canadian K. M. Landls is declared today tho choice of several major league battalion, acconii baseball magnates for chairman of the national commission in case the place is vacated by August Hermann. The view of Mr. Land is, however, was not known. to a message re- ceived here today from who is at present in eastern Canada. Oat- man last year was considered one ot the best players in the northwest. all that, but it is a certainty that black and white contests in the ring are a thing of the past. Willard declared some months ago that as long as he was champion he wo.uld never agree to box a colored man. When Willard started out for the heavyweight cham- pionship he declared that after -he- had restored the championship title to the white race he would maintain a strict color line. Jack Curley, who lias an interest in the earnings of Willard, stated }i short while back that Willard was getting ready to box this fall when he ended his show work. In order to keep un his price as a circus at- traction it becomes necessary for the heavyweight title holder to defend his title at least once during the rest- ing period. Last year Willard did this. Even though it is only a ten-round match, the fact that the champion is out there before tlie public helps. Wil- lard stepped into the ring with Frank Moran anil gave himself publicity. But when it comes to grooming Wills for a match with Willard, this is out of the question. It took a long time for the promoters to get over the effects that Johnson's victory over Jeffries had on the boxing game. Lt. Austin Creswell, the well-known Hegina hockey player, captain of the famous Victorias, and later of the GSth Battalion Soldier team, has been recommended for the D.S.O. nr A I? Owine to the excessive demand for Davis' and until the enlargement Model Factories is completed-wc are asking all Tobacconists to buy no more than 30 'days' supply. This will ensure Cigars In prime condition. of Gold MeJiIs b cftnpetitiofi wiin World. Grand Prix, Parii 1863 Ceoteania! U76. TO MOST 2Q? Some Tobacconists will try to sell you other Cigars. WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "LA PLAZA" ORIGINATED BY S. DAVIS SONS, Limited, MONTREAL. Tbe Lirgest Maalflctnrm of Cigars in Cuida. WHY? Became we have Bide good lor over balf a Ccntnry. MAJESTIC THEATRE, TONIGHT AT 8.30 P. M Grand Sporting Boxing Carnival IN AID OF THE "HERALD" TOBACCO FUND FOR THE TOMMIES IN THE TRENCHES Program will include the following events, in addition to others too numeriousto mention- BOXING CONTESTS Young Ross vs. Kid Evans Lyle Fairhurst vs. Billy Gordon Charlie Jones vs. Kid Rossa Frisco Kid vs. Johnny Perdue And Several Other Good Bouts Wrestling Matches Screamingly Funny Blind Boxing Bout Barrel Boxing Several Dandy Vaudeville Acts Yowiir tho popular local boy, who- the- Majestic Thursday night in tho main, Doors Open 7.33 Curtain 8.30 Sharp POPULAR PRICES: MAIN FLOOR 75c ANY BALCONY THE WHOLE PROGRAM UNDER THE AUSFiCES OF THE LETHBRIOQE SPORTS AND AMUSEMENT CLUB. CHIP IN AND DO YOUR BIT FOR A WORTHY FUND. LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED COME EARLY AND GET A GOOD SEAT ;