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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, THE LETHBRIDG E DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE With the present conlimi- pbssihlc, lull at any rate to give the in" tor a week tlicre.will he skating ticciisiim siiitalilc rccoKiiition. An covered rink'in i chestrn will hi: in attendance at all timra. anil refiTslmumls willi br avail- able clusi- lo thc rink iiscli, without HUE Mf PASS i OP Chicago. Nov. flsht for the lightweight champion- ship' of the world became Jl possibility lust night when Harry Pollock gave out a state.- ment granting Freddie Wdah permission to rematch witli Charlie Wliitc for 20 rounds at m pounds. 'liny HOT P01H10ES! Canadian malic skates." hardware j As till' Uus lujuiic- mir fit Uo 11 oi siv ills made Jlr. Wilson, tliu iivomotrr of- the idea-, promises a smooth sheet oi ice for the latter part .of next week or tliu first ot the following week. Lum- ber for the rink is teim; delivered by of ouisiilc. rooms will comfortably so Unit patrons l not be put to 1 irtconvi'nicwc. .Mr. Wilson proposes to start VE ILHIE tlei'ibions are not allowed y the referee under the Wisconsin: inc. slogan nun in tun ll1' lliK season t ion is lit mi, spread a" OK minion bj th Muiiiifiitmn arc ii lot l'l'ni! kklUs on in mirkll, ml the manu lacturers it is uniair Camiuiaii -maiiuuK'turiT who 10 keep Ins HDSL .100 c. to tun un rut tut Uaimiiian.iiiade artit'lr, whii-n can be uuulidsc I just is cheap ui tin ipci ilan thc inn in I'ich is as Bocii oi betiei limn the Him ncu l uiiian suites lit" had a JIUIIMW.C in om put lint tl re I is no goo I n ison uln Uiiv she Jld, ilia i ind I1 l1" 1 r ls'" uiti Mioilll Ijt lOJl-Jti" oil tilt MANY YEARS Ussil "Fniil-a-liies" With Tim Best, of lieckcr and Yat'es: at .Henderson Lake, nml the work of'excavation and erec- tion will he umler'way soonf .Season tickets have been printed j and asks that all hockey enthusiasts [ot accepted and arc now on sale at all the drug! in ths city nlli-nd a-niceting on 'I ucs-, usually are stores. They will be S3 for adults day iiiuiit at the Arcade, when it is; thl, paper oi Hailaili minimi ni uest LU j ivixing c s oi tin M "11 tlic verdict ftiven hy writ-1 Ut'i conuun and for children, Riid will ad- mit the'beater to both afternoon ami evening skating. It is pliuim'd to open the rink with a'liurhey game if out and show their colors. hoped that :i learn villevolve.There: bBtturs On a'-comit uf the variance urn many first, rat ere in the district, uud now is the time for them to MANITOBA CURLERS TO HOLD BOrJSPIEL AID OF PATRIOTIC FUND Winnipeg, -Man., Nov. a meeting of the 'Manitoba Curling as- sociation, held here last night, it ivas decided, to hold patriotic bonnpiels throughout tbe clubs, hi the associa- tion for the benefit'of the war fund. The annual bonspiel takes place in Winnipeg on February 10, and the prospects of a successful carnival are very bright, despite the fact that the European war is bound to detract a certain- amount of interest Irom it. The same mammoth prize list as in other years will be offered. _____ CONNOLLY WINS WRESTLING Chicago, 111., Nov. burly foreign grapplers, Ilias Govedorlea, Servian champion, and Orlonovjez, the. Hungarian giant, made their in- itial appearances in .the opening show of tliu season at the Chicago Athletic association1 last night. Both were defeated. Pat Cpn- no'ily, the Hibernian ciiampiou, win- nin" from Govoderica in straight falls 24.18 Demetrai and 1.05. and 12.14, 'while William threw Ortonovicz in y.3n as M tin i Hum and U s tm uu liiit. the buunt maiiiin Kuans. it l.ui to l.u aiiddiaj j manufacturers .tor. thc Canadian hard-i of opinion among having experts, men luuntkt German made decisions.of nil i gucrts when he can purchase better sent stall men to report qualiV'V frmn Caif-idian manufacturers Ihc bout at .Milwaukee ,IS a price, and in Monday night SEC apjK'.'uU'd mai'jy Liases cheaper'.' Merchants who Chicago Associated Chicago American, by ChiCBfro Krcnint' Post, by A. Ihai been handling German made ids arc more and more realizing I that" Ihi-y are helping to establish' strong 'ticrmaii t'oininprtial su- 1'ianK j which lias in turn made possible the extensive war prepara- :i. nOSsJbJi; the extensive war piajjara-, Sentinel, by Manning j the Jlart Of Uie (U'rman na- Hraw. i tjOI1 pEOhlem of imepluyment in j Jlilwauhee Leader, hy 1. b. All> 'ir a seri" Miln-aukcc Kvrminfi Wisconsin, B. If. Chirapo Journal, by Sherman Herald football Competition In Prizes First Prize Second Prize AND ONE PRI2E OF THE GUARANTEE0 MONEY IS BUT SHOULD ENTRIES FOR THIS WEEK WARRANT IT, THE PRIZE MONEY-WILL BE INCREASED UNDER ANEW METHOD Today Ule HefaM proaents. for the npproval of ita football contest pnt- rons a new motliod of guesBing the "Winners. V lieu cpupo i appears herewith which ..will oe readily, understood. Here. is the explanation of It in con- crete Tuo guesies lor 2o cents Five guesses for 50 cents. Eacli column -repreEents one full guess The figure 1 or 2 placed oppo- site a- game indicates the team puked to win Tlie sign of a X indicates that the same be a dran The fiist column abo Je is rilled in as d. specimen of the new method, The new method has been adopted to stimulate the competition, -and to differentiate it from other competi- tions of this order, .which are field. The competitors get a better run for their moiiey -with the new method, and.' the apace, no doubt 'interest -will tgrow New York American; by Ed; Cur- .Milwaukee Free Press, by A. S. Ha Milwaukee Journal, by Jake Milwaukee News, hy Burdctte Kirk- Chicago Daily News, by Oscar C. Chicago Examiner, K So! White. Chicago Herald, by Billy llirch White. j ous one during this, winter; liy pur- i chasint; Caimdian niailo goods the t merchant can 'do tiis share toward K- making easier tbe problem in his own country. Our factory is HAS NARROW ESCAPE Duke Kahanamoku Nearly Deserted in Middle of Pacific Ocean cafnist every man employed. It requires only the co-op-j cration of the, Canadian trade to make this possible." Mr. Hallady.visited Hie. local of thc Canmla Cycle aiid.Motoi pany, D.. K. ilacDonaliJ, u'ho have a new line ,of skates in SOOJ. GCORGC McKHV KlPPEN, June 17th. 1913. Ihaiebccn ustnf, ai i family rcmcdj for Liaiu They nrc the best liicdicine I have ever tried. "Fruit-a-tives" do rue the most never gripe and their action is pleasant. "1 have used titcin For Indigestion and Constipation with tlie beslresults, and 1 heartily recommend them to anyone similarly afflicted. These troubles have left me com pi etc- ly ami I give' 'I'mit-s-lives'' full credit for all this. A pill a man can not take." GEORGE MCKAY. Tbe enormous dcmaiid tives" is steadily increrising, due to the fact that this wonderful fruit medicine prompt .relief in all cases of Indigestion, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Rheumatism. Chronic, Headaches, and Neuralgia, and all Kidney and Bladder Troubles. oOc a bor, 6 for trial sire 25c. Sol'jby all dealers or sent on receiptof price by Fmit-a-tives Ottawa. THOSE will very (liTpm "Tlte influence of boxing and San Francisco, Cal., Nov. Duk4' Kahanamoku, the world's champion fihort distance swimmer, en route to i sports. .COQCcivccVJivith the idea after a series of exbibl- making fiiir-bloofletr fiien cannot he; tfone on the Pacific coast, came near! too highly" praised. Nor can it be j being left alone In middle oE the; (writes' 'that well- Pacific. i known B. i Four days out from San Francisco It is sometimes saiit that we are the Matsomau on which the atbletei too much to spoit that can j i passenger ind the llhelm not be so m ii> clean Ind paused each otuer and stopped to ami j piopeih understood ind ap transfer i caught aboird piac itel I or own part tlie outbound Matsonian. i the writer, I believe that it is the While they lay to Kahanamoku i pbssrMe id1 rate 'the'-Value, ._. leaped overboard and began shwinp nortauce and tlL, ntcessilj of hqMng' off his prowess as Dimmer The too hl hh uol beMuse it st-ands Complaint Received in London About Delay in Sending Them to Canada London, Nov. the Lon- don office of the Canadian Asso- ciated Press, Is in receipt of nu- mcrous complaints from Canadian clients, particularly in the prairie section regarding the delay in cabled results of Saturday league football games. A request for bet- ter service was consequently ad- dressed to the office of the Chief and in due course the fol- l.wlng reply was received: "The Chief Censor directs me to state that everything possible will be done to avoid delay in dealing with Saturday football cables, but he it sure that you recognize that at a time liKe the .present many subjects be looked up- on as more important than foot- ball results. "Browne, Major.' two vessels began to get again. Passengers raised a clamor and a boat was lowered and seut bagk for him. RULES OF THE COMPETITION 1 The competitor will fill in thc coupons below hj marking thc num lier of Hie team he thinks will win )f he tn indicate a diiw he mark In case tho home team is No. 1 and the visiting team J V competitor is at to send as mam entries, as, he pluases 'lnent> cents entltlcb him to nil in two coupon? If all the are u oil 51) cents-must accompany the cou- pon. Tht amount of pnres will be pMnnecl weeWs ind the winners he innounced cicrv The amount ot the prizes each week ih depend upon the number of guesses received tlie week previous All monies received will bo uieil as prizes. 1 Competitors should write their names'.; and addresses clearly, and may drop the letters into the. tin box in the business oMce..ol! the Herald, or mail them addressed. to the Editor, Football Competition, Daily Lethbridge. o. No person connected vrith The Herald will be allowed to-compete 6. All selections-must be received in the Herald office not later than the first post Saturday morning FORM OF COUPON I hereby agree to tho conditions laid down in connection with .the bv -The Herald man- agement and agree to abide by any decision given by them. Name Address GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 LUGUE FIRST IblON Bradford City vs.iBlackburn Rovcrs[ Lverton Sunderland Newcastle United .vs. Oldham Ath- letic Manchester City. VK. Aslon Villa. Manchester! Tottenham Hotspur vs. United. ENGLISH .LEAGUE.- SECOND DIVISION Barnsley vs.- Wolverhampton. Blaclpool >s Glossop Huddcrsficld vs; -Arsenal. Lcicestci Fosse vs. Fiilham. Proton (rillingham Brighton ahd Hull ClU LCAOun reading j M. Crovdonl Cardifi Citv Uribtol Palace-vs.-Swindon. Plymouth Atgvle TS, Uatioid SCOTTISH LlAGTJb AirdneoDianb vs Kangers Coltic vs Ajr Initcd Ialkirl{ vs Clyde Pirlidi I Instil' vs ileail1; Uotherncll Queen's I'ark. TT BOWLING AT Y M C A. it von like, but because it has so much to do with the malting and the moulding oi" character. H is a neces- sary .sport, and it is the least harm- ful sport. It is ii fact, and to my thinking, a significant fact, that the German 0, DROPPED TWO Ridpath's team was defeated in both games last night by Dorrm tory team in a league match on th? Y. .M. C. A. alleys. The scores: Dormitory Caiibem McElyea Allen Hamilton Academicals 3, Aberdeen 162 119 13 St. Mirrcn 0. Airdrieouians 0. Ayr United 2, Morton 1. Celtic 1, Third Lanark 0. Partick Thistle, 0, Clvde 0. Dumbarton 1, Hangers 1, 'TREY o' HEARTS" MONDAY In addition to an pro- ButlM-rc. Butler, E. Butler, A. Ridpath 40( 13S 99, 113 "oO soldier lias never taken to boxing seriously. He does not like it he never did like it; tlie German nation does not like boxing. Germany has not.produced a boxer of note, Franca has' ijecome prolific in boxers; Bel- gium has Uemlin, and others are com- U7ling alonj, In Mnle sports such as'grammt-at Starland on Mondav 152.Rugb> and boxing Geanaru be seen tbe fourth instaiment of The 1 G has on dinmctton she makes Trev Heaits To those miss no pretenu, it accomplishment m f ory it might be men of-them thcv hurt: 'that Btoi7 Pf the Preceud A frenran will hit uughts maLt on the much of 0} "inasitics but 425 HO! S9 SOME SALARY Pittsburg. Pa., Nov. cir cles awaited witb keen interest to; day an expected announcement that j {Jloodi Glenn Warner, Carlisle's famous coach had accepleu inc teiorted of year for ten years .to come to Pfittsburg ersm and take charge of the football and track teams. j which brings men to grips in a good hard, grue'lmg fujii is not relished bj And such a eir'cum stance .goes fai cvplain the irrogance and the bull} ing oi the tjpicil (Terman sol dier BoMiifc kills thc- bnlK eits conceit and leases fhe lull CANADIAN CHAMPION. Prince Ruyert, Ite Burns of Vancouver is now the lightweight champion boxer of Can- ada: The popular Terminal City box- er out-gamed and out-pointed Johnny. tVLeary of Seattle, tin. former title- holder, in a 20-round bout. for the UUo hen Were i! not lor tbis uat boxing Rugby football, and, indeed, all good, healthy sports would he enjoying a irenumdous seibon Jt is feared Ly rome that sport; generally will'suffer a permanent injury, but if this view comes from a belief, that -there will h-e. less of sport in the future I can- not subscribe to it: I think all our games ull he bettered in the luture thej will become more stiblc thev will' become less commercialised. The value will be better" under- stood and more appreciated. before each HOOK The fourth installment -which Is to be offered on Monday, without: most bpectacular and heart gnnmng install ment of this popular serial stoiT. CUBS SIGN SABOURIN Montreal, -Que., Nov. on Saturday night, "and re> i Sabpurin ot the Montreal City Base- the 1 1 1 TT3 ceived a nopular decision over shifty Seattle boxer. It was a good bout all through with Burns doing the- forcing and fighting ------his usual aggressive battle OLearj on the defensn e moit of the time, and.bis blo'ws did not seem to have any. effect on Burns, who kept tearing hi throughout. GIANTS MADE MONEY Belt 'Financial Showing of Club's. History Recorded This Year New N.Y., Nov. stockholders of the New York Giant? discovered today that the. 'ehlu's .re- ceipts this- year were the .greatest in its history. The .1'inanc.ial success.of the Giants was .due largely to tbe..fact .that each of .the clubs In the Its: moment of sprinting and nf hi.; hopes Then too toward end of the season, Giants began to waver, they dr'fiw more patrons tlmn so numerous- were the fans who wanted to sec them lose. ball has been signed on by 7oe Page for the Chicago Americans CURLING NOTICE Those members of- .the Leth- brljge Curling cllib, who wish thsir curling: rocks {iround.are re- quested to.. communicate with Mr. John Marnoeh. at the.rink, or '.nhone 1212, SUFFOLK IS Panama, Nov NEAR PANAMA .warship, be- lieved to bo the British cruiser Suf- folk, has bees sighted 25' mllm off Galon. She was steaming witb lights out. IJer destination was ftot ascer- tained. CANADA Ottawa MAY BUY CRUISERS Out.. lias been In circulation a report that he Canadian- government was. Planning to pin chase one or more American Wheii asked in re- the report the naval, service lepartment said that U had beard nothing About it.- ARE YOU PATRIOTIC? BUY "MADE IN CANADA" SKATES We sell the. famous Automobile Skate Universally recognized as Beit in the World, and it is "Made in Canada" Prices: to Not how cheap, but how GOOD. THEV ARE GUARANTEED E, MacOMHO Agent Iniilan Motor Cycles Phone 1032 418 Mh St Expert Murptnira SEE THE TIIIULLING "COLLISION AT SEA" IN THE 4th Instalment of This is but one of the big fea- tures on Monday's program Have Cut Line Between Cracow and Re- take Dixmude ZEPPS GUARD THE'KAISER London, Nov. war summary follows: Russia has driven thu Austrians out o[ the towns of Tarnow: .Jaslow and Krosno, iu Galicla, and the Alis- trians probably now' arc backing be lore Hie Muscovite forces toward the Carpathian mountains 'The enemy has marched into Tarnow, Jaslo'w and is the cryptic style in which Vienna offi- ciai'.y announces this reverse to her army. Petrograd merely announces the taking of Krosno with heavy losses to the Austrian rear guard. Nothing is said of the other two towns in.the Russian official repori On the western battle'front.the Al- lies are said to have retaken Dix- mude from the Germans. This report is an unofficial one, and 'has not been officially confirmed by either Paris or London. The fighting In the vicinity of Dix- mude and also around Ypres, con- tinues extremely violent, although it has slackened somewhat as .com- pared with previous days. In the western zone both the Allies and the Germans make .claims to suc- cesses at various tfoiuts... These claims, do not carry with them of decisive vie tones at anj point The French say thev progressed to the south of BKschotte retaken a east of and repulsed a German offeu sive to the south of Ypres The Austrians says they have en- tnely cleared iheir terntor., of the Servian enemy A .Turkish report, way of Berlin, says the. Russians- are re- treating all along tne entire battle front, hard pressed by the Turks on all sides That huge sums of monei IMA be necessary to prosecute .the war is in- dicated' by the "British government's notification-that it will request Par- liament lo lote a credit of 000 000 for expenses up to .March "1 The Freich supplement in credit for the month of November amounts to 818'154104 or i diilv average ot Ehnneror Yi il lam is said to have established his headquarters at. Cob- lenz. where armed Zeppelins con- stantly circle over his apartments. It is now said that--the. fleet, seen off the Chilean coast was composed of German warships, and .not Japan- ese vessels is had been i Germ-in cruisers I ani7ig and Dresden 'are coa ing nnd re victualling in pira so The reoleniahing of their supplies was delaved for a short time, owing to a protest bv the Eng lish authorities Violin Recital BY SamSadcwski WESTERN CANADA'S GREATEST VIOLINIST ASSISTED BY Mrs. Stella- Lumbard Lay ton Soprano, and Mrs. W. J. Nelson Accompanist AT KNOX CHURCH TOES. NEXT Tickets for sale at Kenny and AHin's Drug-Book Store; Mason and Kisch Piano Co., and. any Under the Auspices of Knox Choir. 75e 50c 25c JRWIN MILLIARD NOMINATED Winchester Springs, Ont, Nov. 13. Hilliard, K.C., Morrisburg will he the Conservative candidate to fill the vacancy in Dundas county created by the death of Sir Jamea Whitney. The election tafces place on December 7. Kotch COLLAR, 2 kc 35 OMB In. Mill, Mil ALL THE OFFICERS WANT TO GO TO FRONT Medicine Hat 13 gfflc er ot the Jlst regi ment had its he-dquarterrf In (his clti have signified their ilesiro to be at tadiefl to the ilf> force which wil taken from Alberta tin all cannot co as of them have said that they resign the! commissions and go as private sohj iers ratter than be tett behind LADY OTTER DEAD Toronto Ottei mfi ot GenenI Sir William D Otter fln found dead In her bed at thc Si George aiiartnents at 8 o clock DejMj had occurred. after mU from in nttach o( heart i tors saj Lady old Delicious Appetizing With the .flavor arid aroma oE the choicest hops and with tho blending of the hops with the best selected barley malt have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of the most enticing bever- ages that the skill of-, man can produce. people drink it. for Its appeal- ing" flavor, for the' refreshment that: It affords, and fcr the health: that ft for Al- berta's Pride Beer 's ID. a variety of ailments Am jsta ascior UUifcndje fieferage ft te 4 H Multing Cov Ltd.; PHONE 554 ;