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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1915 tSTHBRIDGR DAItY HESALI) PACE THREE fr MUTUAL Life (niurancc Company ALL THE ASSETS aro the SOLE PROPERTY of the POLICYHOLDERS. "If It't Life insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R, J. FORSTER .BjionV .South. FlXGAItD AND MACKENZIE FOUUHT ON liVEN TERMS AND QUIT STRONG Saskatoon. Nov. 0. Pin- gard and'Billy Mackenzie fought a 12-round boxing match here tonight to a draw. Mackenzie was in great form, and showed his experience 111 the infighting. Fingaril worked stead- ily and used his head, getting the hot- ter, of the first three and last two rounds, as well as holding the Nova Scolia hoy to three even periods. The crowd shouted their -approval when at the conclusion of the bout the rcfenc held up the arms of both men. In view of the way that both men worked, it would be unfair to give the decision to cither. Never once did the bout come near being terminated by a knock-out, and at the close both fighters appeared as though they could have gone more. ME BEAIPICEJON American Gridiron 'Classic is Witnessed by People Saturday, Score t fr WIN BIKE GRIND New Haven, Conn., Nov. Yale eleven won irom Princeton here this afternoon, 13 to 7. No gridiron classic oi" recent years has furnished greater thrills, individual playing prowess or form upset than this tri- umph of the Blue over ,the Orange and Black. It was ;i case oi a powerful i .j. combination just beginning to find itself, overwhelming; by., its strength an clcien fir more iinibhi.il in plaung taoliLb, but lacking the abilill to I cope with a Yale eleven fighting des- perately. As a team the Princeton machine was superior to the Blue, hut the smooth Tiger juggernaut was rip- ped apart by a bulldog squad gone bessrk. GUERNSEY AND WAY HEJtOES Tasmanian and Australian Teams First and Second at Boston Boston, Mass., Nov. Grcnda of Tasmania' and Fred Hill of Watertown won the six-day bicycle. race, which closed tonight. They had a toial of yy points. McNainara and Spears of Australia were second with points. Eight teama set a nc-w local record for the event, with a murk of 1-109 miles one lap. Results of Saturday's Games London. Nov. country foot- ball. English leagues: Northern Section Purr-Rv Bolton Wanderers Bury Blackpool 'Liverpool 5, Soilthport Central J Manchester U. 2, Rocbdale 0 Preston N. H 0. rcverton 2. Stockp.urt County 2, Oldham Ath- letic Stoke 1. Manchester City London Section West Ham United 4, Brentford' 1. Tjjtteijha'n IIotcpur Arsenal 3 Orjotal Falaco 4 Cro don Com .Q.ueen's Park Rangers iMIftwall 5. Fulham 4. Watford 3. Clapton Orient 1, Chelsea 5. Midland Section Harnsley-3, 'Leicester Fosse Z Bradford 2, Grimsby Town 0. Derby Countv 2 Lincoln Citi 4 Hull City 1, Bradford City 1, Leeds City 0, Huduerstield T. 0. Notts Forest 2, Sheffield United 0. Sheffield Wednesday 0, Notts Co. 0. Northern Union 26, Battley 5. Dowsbury 7, Hull Kingston .0. Leeds 15, 3 St-Helens Recreation 0, Leigh o Halford 18, St. Helens 5. Oldbiim S Halifax .10, Hunslet 6. Featherstone 10, Bradford S. Scottish League Aberdeen 2, Raith Rovers 1. Airdrieoiiians 3, Ayr United 1. Hearts'2, Celtic 0. Clyde 1, Queens Park 1. Morton 3. Dumbarton.1. ICllmarnock 2, Dundee Stothenvell 1, Falkirk 1. -Hangers 2, Hamilton Academicals 0. Third Lanark 3, Hibernians 0. Stl Mirren 0, 'Partick Thistle 2. CHICAGO U WINS IN MANILA Manila, Noi 13 University ot Chicago baseball team defeated a team representing the Philippines University 2 to 0, todaj FOOTBALL IN BARE FEET Texans Find to Move ff Through Mud AV Tex Xox 13 Football in bare feet was play ed here today bv the teams from the and Fort Worth High schools The game' started m 'he ram and the mud soon was BO thick tint the baokfieid had to remote their shoes and stockings in order to make any progress Waxahachie -won, C to 0 Skates KEEP YOUR MONEYrIN THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES. HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE 407 Mh S Phont 1032 a. Gridiron heroes rose and fell during the struggle but none reached the heights attained hy Otis L Oucrnst) whose clever field-goal kicking paved the waj for a Yale victory Twice in the second period Guernsey drove the ball through the Tiger goal posts whijn Captain Wilson of the Yale team found, that the eleven as a whole was unequal to the task of taking the spheroid across the oppon- 'cnts' line. Both dropkicks were made I from near midflcld, and the pcriorm- I ance of the Greenwich (Connecticut) plaver. won him a place among the kichng stirs of football Pie Vii} pitclici oi tie blue bascliaii team, shared the glory oi the victory with Guernsey, for it was his fortune to scoop up a fumbled-punt by Tibbott and race across the goal line for Yale's only 'touchdown of the game, and the first that the Elis have made in the last two contests Way's run wiis a spectacular feature of a struggle that bristled with startling plays, and tonight Guern- sey, Way, Captain Wilson and Emer- gency Coach Tom Shevlin are thu heroes of both town and-gown. For Princeton nothing rerpains buf the memory of'a season that started in a blaze 'of glory and closed in the bitterness unexpected defeat hy both Yale and Harvard. NEARLY SEE IT Close to spectators throng- ed into the Yale .ioofbair arena, fill- ing the circular tiers of seats until only one or two bare spots shoued in the great grav amphitheater The weather and the gridiron conditions were perfect. Trom the opening of the game it was seen that the Elis had been kei- cd up to the do-or die stage of foot ball and they assailed' the Princeton warriors like wild mm, making up in individuai power and brilliancy what they lacked tn team work and stra tegj It was this fighting spirit aid ed by the breaks In the luck of the game and the errors by Princeton which swung the pendulum of victor) to the Blue. U.S. Gridiron Scores Massichusetts Vggits 11, Spring- field U Reserve: 35. Mount Union 0. Oberlin 0, Ohio Stale 25 Kgnsa- 0, Nebraska 33 Krntuckv btito 7, Purdue 0 Fordham 7, "Hhode Island 0 birtmouth 27, Bates 0 Tufts 34', Bowiioin 0. Htslejan 34, New 'iork Unuersitj 0. Georgetown 28, Nortn Carolina gics 0 Phillip" 37, Phillips And over' 7. Auburn 0 Vaiderbilt 17. Case 0, 0. Hohart 12, Unnersity of Rochester 0. Hampshire Stale 20, Worces- ter Tech 0 Amhersl Jl, Williams 0 Cirliile 20, DicUnion 14 ,Lelugh 30, Lebanon Vnllcj 3 Washington and Jefferson 7, Webt Virgm'a an 3. Ames 10, Iowa 0 Indian. 14 Northwestern 0 Notre Dime 12, Creighton 0 Washington 13, St Louis liimer sitv 7 Missouri 41, Drake 13 Warquette 13, Beloit 0 13 Ohio liniversilj 6 University ot Cincinnati 27 Wit- tcnhurg 16 Haverford college 11, Johns, Hop- kins 10 BncVnell 17, Gettysburg 7 Penn State 33, Lifajette 3 tranklm and Marshall 20, lirsmus 3 West. Virginia 19, Virginia Poly- technic Institute 0. Vale freshmen 20, Han aril Fresh- men 11 PiUshm-fl 38, Carnegie 0 Montana State College 7, Ut.ih Ag- gies 0 STAR ATHLITES, KEFUiFD NEW TRIAL METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION New "Vork. NY, Nov of Abel Klylat, ftmpun, Olympic ath- lete, and Harry Smith, prominent In aiimienr circles had little hope to day of ceding their reinstatement m the of the A U By a vote of'SO 6, the hoard lediTOl thdlr BOWLING LEAGUE FOH LADIES FOUMKD WITH FIVE 1LVHS LMLKLD Robert, Ness has bcun severely wounded at the front aud is now in a hospital in Edinburgh. No further particulars are knou-n. His brother, J. Ness, who is in the 13th O.M.R., spent Sunday with friends in the city. as hoiwas known, wr.s well known in football1.circles of the city, having plaved lor Overseas, North Lcthbridge'United, .Westminster and St. Andrew's teams at different per- iods. He was captain of the St. An- drew's team in the Sunday school league. "Bob" is a single man. He left Dethbridge last fall for the old coun- try. He enlisted with a Scotch regi- ment. TEN-PIN mi WCl ALLElfS Cranbrook, Nov. annual meeting of the Cranbrook Cisiling' Club was held at the city ball Wed- nesday evening with a large attend- ance "oi friends of the roarin' Ramc present. The membership lee was re- duced from to for the coming season. The association decided not to affiliate with the B. C. Curling association. The elect on of officers resulted as follows HogKarth. ICaHin. C. Uowness. Icy S. Ward, F Topham, 0. P. Tisdale. Membership Committee, W. F. Cameron, A. C.JiowneKs, Ofiicial Cholditch. W. K. Thomson. L TO BOWL On Tuesday creninir the Ladies' Bowling League for form- al comprising live teams, the schedule to run as follows Ro.ses vs. Shamrocks, Nov. ICth Pausies vs. Lilies, Nov. 23rd, Tulips vs. Shamrocks; Nov. SOtli. Roses vs. Pansies, Pec. 7th. Tulips vs. LiUes, 14th. Chamrocbs vs. Dec. 21st. Roses vs. Lilies, Tunps %b Pansies Jin 4th Lilies vs. Shamrocks, Dec. llth, Roses vs. T.ulipsi Jan: 18th. League games are called for eight o'clock sharp, and will he governed by the same rules us laid -down by the 'Men's Bowling Club for their schedule. The alleys are reserved every Tues- day evening for ladies, and each even- ing at the close of the match, those not taking part in that particular game will have an opportunity of us- inc; the alleys, Tim captains for the various ladies' teams are Roses, iUiss Morton Tu- lips Laura Richards Lilies Miss Ada Hickenbotham Mrs. Lester Clapp Shamrocks, Mrs. J. Spwice, A bowling record for the season was hung up at the Y.M.C.A. Satur- day evening. M. S. McArthur, play- ing in the Business team, knocked down 220 pins in the second game of the Business Men's clash I ttith Batten A uho substituted a picked up icam in place of Battery B, the latter failing to put in an ap- pearance. Two games were played and the result was one win apiece. The play-ofi will take place at anoth- er date. Twn records were smashed in fact. The Battery squad hung up new fig- ures for a three-man team, scoring 507 in the first set-to. McArthur macie six strikes in suc- cession in the game he piled up his record count, the greatest number of strikes in succession recorded upon the "V" alleys this season, to date. mm, ON M IE New Ruflby. Stunt Here's a new wrinkle: .West1 Vir- ginia University defeated Marshall College last Saturday by a score of 92 to C. Marshall's only score was made ivheu Fullback Bonar lifted Quarterback Workman to his should- ers to catch a forward pass behind cho goal line. A Sure Thinr 'I said the impatient man, as he mil aside the telephone, "that I'll KO fishing 'Didn't know you cared for fish- said the bookkeeper. 'I don't, ordinarily. But it's the only chance I have of finding niyself at the end of a line tint bubj Irish Petermjnatlon. One Irish' soldlei' dls covered that the man oifliis right was wearing-a beautiful-pair of boots. How did jou manage to get hold of he asked, envloubb A prtsunt frpm an officer I suppose? The Englishman smiled. 'I stole .out of the night IK answered m a whisper 'and I (ound the boots on a Qerman I killed. The Irishman became thoughtful, and that night disappeared Eaily morning he staggered hack into the trench earning a pair, of boots flaking foi his friend he whispered bitterly to him I've, had the hardest .1jc-h" of my life. liad.to kill 'life' Germans.betoro 1 found a pair of boots to fit me The Strand. Money'Talks Connie Mack and Frank Baker.are friends apaln Ther decided to be come reconciled for the benefit of the national- pastime. 3 S ?.S said he stepped oft the train. replied Frank, warmiy, as ho grasped Con- nie's mitt. 'All right. Frank; All right Connie Frank likes sBort Tor spoils So ilofiS Connie. BUSINESS MEN Mc-mirar 110 220 "Daly 107 Stewart 07 156 383 37G BATTERY A Smith "Ogust Harris 1G1 214 132 121 507 223 out alter the first game. There is a; likelihood of the sched- ule being changed to exclude Satur- day games WOMEN TENNIS STARS IN CONTESTS AT SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco, Cal., Nov. Molly Bj.urstedt of Norway, holder of the Woman's American National defeated 'Mrs. Hazel HotchkisB Wlshtman, former Pacific champion in' the main event of the round robin tennia tournament which op'ened here today. The score waa 6-4, 5-7, (i-3. It was a good game, but Mrs. Wightman' appeared to be very tired throughput the laet set Mrs. Wishtman will meet Mrs. May Sut- lou Bundy and on Sunday a game is scheduled -between Mrs. Bundj- and Miss Bjuretedt- NEW YORK .HORSE SHOW New York. N.Y., Nov. Heyi's King Larige was awarded the Shetland pony championship at tho horse show today, after having won hue ribbon" Inington 'Model from James Cox Brady's Hamilton farm, also took five blue ribbons and tlie championship for ponies In har- ness. The championship for ponies under saddle went, to Pohogonut Girl, also from tho Hamilton farm. Lady Mine, another. Hamilton farm entry, was awarded first prize In the class for ponies under.saddle, with children riding. LEONARD OF NEW YORK WON New York, N.Y., Nov. Leonard, a New York lightweight, out- pointed Benry Sharpe of Ohio, in a 10-round.bouthpre tonight. Leonard weighed 132 pounds and Slmne 135 Rugie welterweight amateur champion at San Francisco last Bum- mer defeated Johnnv Bakpr, a local welterweight, the latter, quitting in the first round of a ten round match CORNELL HARRIERS WON .Ithaca, N.Y., Nov. ran awa> from Pennsylvania today in the annual cross-coyntry run- Moakley's) harriers won easily over the six and a half mile course hr 36 to 84. 4> PETER SCOTT BRINGS WINNINGS TO 4> J San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 13. Scott was beaten In 4> one heat of the 219 trot todav 't t' o Panama Pacjlic harnem races, but he landed the. purse and thereby sent his winnings for tlie semon aboye the liiO 000 mark Sadie Aniel and Rico won the old. e'ventcln straliht heatt, and Mark' got got awa> w ith the 2 20 pace, also In straight heata In the last race a three-year old f> trot, won hy Winnie Bond, four 4 heats wern for a de 4 4- eisco f 0 j, AS WE GROW OLDER our minds are quite as active as in :ormer years but our strength does not respond when we need it most; perhaps the kidneys arc weak, the liver torpid, rheumatic pains or stiffened joints jeset us, and we cannot easily throw off the colds that winter brings. What we need is the rich cod liver oil in Scott's Emulsion to renew the blood and carry strength toevery organ of the its glycerine soothes the res- piratory tract, and its hypophosphitcs strenghthen the excitable nerves. Scqtt's Emulsion is a scientific oil- unusual benefit to those past fifty during the colder seasons, it. imparts warmth and creatcf strength. One bottle will prove its worth. No harmful drugs. Scott Bowne. Torouto, Out. 15-36 Hamilton, Nov. Row- in? and Athletic association became chamJions of the Ontario Rugby Foot! ill Union yesterday afternoon, in the second game of the horns and 1 >me play-ofl with Uowing Cluh of Hi nflton, In a rough display of tooth the best Hamilton could do was wi ;run up 18 points agaiost the Cubs' 10- The Torontos had a lead oi 22 points from the first game, staged in Toronto a week ago, and won out In the series by a 14-polnt margin Both teams participated in rough tactics. The crowd, taking their cue from the players, also became rough, and several fights occurred between the Toronto supporters and the local followers. ARGOS VICTORIOUS Toronto, Nov. Argo- nauts, runners-up lor the Jnterpro- vincial Rugby. Football Union cham- pionship, had an easy time yesterday aiternqon m inflicting another defeat to the tailenders, Montreal A.A.O., 28 io 1. The score hy quarters First quarter, Argos -R: Montreal 0 half- time, Argos 30, Montreal 1 third quarter, Areos 27, Montreal 1; final, Argos 28, Montreal 1. FATHER CROZIER HAS BEEN KILLED AT FRONT Edmonton Alta Nov Crozier, has been killed at the front, BO the local priests have heen Informed through the medium of the newspaper's. No official news has heen receded thoueh probably be cause the Information -will first go to Wlnnipei, where Father Crosier was stationed Father Croaier was bora jn Bnttans, France, and worked for a number of years as a missionary in 'VAales He to Manitoba In 1904, and was at tached to Sacred Heart in Winnipeg, and later stationed In Dul uth He worked a in wentera Canada, and It was while In Edmonton and the old city of Strath that he became so wen known locally. He was very much respected In this city b? all who knew him, and his untimely death came aa a shock to his friends The father was preaching on the south side when war broke and be was called home to his nathe Prance, Joining his regiment in Bel glum He was chaplain to the Franco- British forces, knowing both Ian guages and it was while "arrvlng the gnspel of righteousness that he met VETERAN Tells How to Retard the InfirmltIM Age" Tivn 77 years old and foi So lears have worked on tlii- P C ft L R R Also a On 11 War Veteran 1 suffered from a general nervous breakdown and. would haie such weal, dlzzs spells I would have to go to oed for a day at a time visiting Menus In Bradford, Ohio, an old doctor recommended tliit I try Minol That lery day I bought a bot tie and continued to Ulie It legular Ij It liab done me a world of good built me up so 1 feel stronger in everv and have gone back to work again and I want to recom merrf Vinol to any old comrade or aged person who needs strength tor it is a grand medicine W H ers. Steubenv ille, Ohio The- reason ,-Vinol Is so beneficial to old people n because it contains the lerj elements needed to replace declining strength leneued vig or vl? the medicinal elements of cod livers without oil pepton ate of iron, beef peptone and a mild tonirvjylne We auk every aged person in Leth to try Vinol on our offer to return their money if it fails to create strength J D Higinbotlum Co, Ltd druggist Advertise- ment. THE JOY OF LIVING will be yours once more---no matter how weak and de- bilitated- you are to-day, if you take a la Quina du PArou. It builds up--rtones Hundreds of prominent. Canadian' Physicians testify to its merits.in: all forms of devitalization. Big Bottle; Ask YOUR Doctor All Drnjgistt Heral Contest Going Apace Many Good Workers Busy Contestants in .almost all sections have begun active-work. Several of the Lethbridge candidates, .as in.-for- mr-r competitions, started -right in at the tin nf the bell In a couple ol instances countn candidates did like wise U a general rule, however, it takes three weeks for activity to be- come general Anjone who is mak'ng progress and not turning in their sub- scriptions or up in the list is standing m ihe.r onn light Every good sport likes a fighter Ml actue workers will get reward in this con test there will be no losers. .True, only'one can win the If. there was a thousand dollars for each con te'staht, the Herald wouldn't take m enough'money in subscriptions-to-pay the postage ot the contest Forget >our opponents The votes a candidate gets arc the only ones that count Uon't knock your oppon ent. Boost your own candldacy 1 ou 11 get better support if 3 ou con cede others the same rights jou en Get as man} persons to help ion as ran Candidates in the Herald contest are expected to report at least once a is no advantage gain- ed in holding back subscriptions U tcr November 30th the. schedule of voles will .he reduced, and subscrip tions not turned in on or before that date will lie recorded according to the schedulfi in force from December 1st to the close of the-contest: How- ever, to give oukof-town candidates an equal chance with competitors in Lethbridse, reports mailed November sqth will be allowed die first period vote A candidate whose name has been published and who has collected tub scriptions and given a receipt there- for is eligible to combine or club with to irritate and Inflame, causing a burning scalding sensation, or set- ting UD an irritation at the neck ft the bladder, obliging you to re- lief two or three times during tye night The sufferer Is In constant dread the water passes with scalding sensation and is profuse again, there ia difficulty In avoiding it. 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