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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1915 THE LEtHBRJDGE DAILY HJEliAlb' Don't Buy Life Insurance TM! you have Investigated what THE MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA Hao to Offer You. We have something "If It's Life. .Insurance, It MUTUAL" Phono or sec :e. R. j. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. EASY FOR JOHNNY ERTLE MOVE TO MAKE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE IS NOT IMPRO- BABLu JIMMIE SINGER Whose brilliant playing has fea- tured the 0. R. F. U. i-ughy senior Barnes this season. His work at halt back.lor Toronto recently against Hamilton aroused much' enthusiasm. PRESIDENT WILSON TO ATTEND ARMY, AND NAVY .GAME -p.C.r Nov. dent Wilson has.practically, decided to attend the Army-Navy football game at .New York, November 27. He at- tended the game jwo years ago, but was .unable to" attend last year be- cause.of Mrs. Wilson's death. Montreal, Nov. lias de- i eloped in tlw hockey situation in the -Hockey association in the last tn'u 'days. The frauchis; of the Toronto Shamrocks, which it is un- derstood Mr. Livingstone'was order- ed to sell ..after he had bought that of Toronto, has not yet been sold, so 'ar as.can. lie learned. It is said T. E. Quinn lias i wo pur- chasers waiting to deal with him, loth of whom want to place it out- side of the present'National Hockcv issociation circuit, and Boston, New York, Pitlsuurg and oilier American citits are-mentioned, also Hamilton Out. George Kennedy, manager of the Caaadicns, expects to sign "Skinner" Poulin, one of the Pacific Coast Hoc- key association stars, it is': stated. Ottawa is signing up'its men pre- paratory 'to its first practice, which i ill he held ncxt: Monday. Ottawa anticipates no difficulty in getting its regular players, most of whom are working in Ihe city, aiid even state tin original plan of cutting salaries will lie carried through because of the .war conditions. Outside.of .-Nighhor of Pembroke, a Vancouver plajer who lor several seasons has wjntod to return cast, New York, Nov. Ertlc of SI. Paul, Minn., who took the bantam weight cham- pionship from Kid Williams of Baltimore on a foul, a short time ati'o, won all tlio way in a ten-round bout with young SG'.sberg, u local fighter, In Brooklyn, last night. Ertlo weighed pounds and SolEberg H4. MINERS WITH ASTHMA arc getting -weaker every day, because tiny of dust that float through tliu air gradually choke the breathing tubes and finally affect the lungs. For this reason every man who works in the mines should take a spoonful of Scott's Emulsion after meals, because it peculiarly benefits the breathing tract and soothes the irritated mem- branes, while its pure cod liver oil improves the blood, strengthens the throat and .fortifies the lungs, Scott's Emulsion is helping so many men suffering from Miners' Asthma that you should try it at once. 11 is Nature's strengthening from harmful drugs. Your druggist has it. Always insist on the genuine Scott's Emulsion. t Seott a Toronto. Oak. U-M MUST DO SO WITHIN NINETY DAYS OR BE DECLARED A WELTERWEIGHT Chicago, Nov. tions that seven former lightweight noxcrs bo elevated to the di- vision rnaili! at a meeting of the iireetors of the American Hoxiag as- sociation here yesterday. They were Mike O'Uowd. "Soldier 'Uarlfield, Kid Graves, Packcv Meli'arlar.d, Willie Ritchie, .Jack liritton and Ted (Kid) Lewis. An there was. doubt if Ritch- ie, Britton and Lewis wanted to be Ml BIG LEAGUE 1 The season just closed was a lean one lor most of the baseball maj-: natts. Despite the close race in the National, American and Federal lea- gues, the.losses of some of the clubs overbalanced the gains of others, and those in close touch with the finan- cial side of the diamond game claim that each league as a whole lost money. The neck-and-ncck race in the Na- the start of the For Finals "in Grey Cup'at Toronto Huns Surrender to Russians in Whole Companies Petrograd, Nov. lluz- sky who is conducting' an aggressive, campaign against the Austro-Cier- mans in'ltussia, in an interview pub- lished in the Bourse Gazette, spoke confidently of the conditions at the front. Ho said 'Without indulging in prophecy which would be imprudent, 1 say that we are now guaranteed against un- pleasant surprises on the part of the enemy. The time for surprise is past. But it would be Irresponsible frivol- ity to describe the enemy as in their death throes. On the contrary, he is strong, but not so strong that we need fear surprises cither here or on the western front. Is Really Retreating "By not advancing the enemy is really retreating. The Germans now surrender readily in whole companies and battalions and this, in my opin- ion, is an ominous sign. The men are, worn out hy privations, cold and the spectre of wintir and, instead o their former confidence, show denies lion." General Uuisky said he considerei the Ijalkan campaign merely an cpi sode of secondary importance. 'is not- he declared 'that the nation's fate will be decid- ed. Condemned Woman Peacefully Awaiting Her Fate CECIL 3 for 5 2. for WILLIAMS. GREENE ROME CO IN. ONTARIO Toronto, Ont., Nov. stages the Dominion lugby final for tlio Grey cup on Saturdaj at Vaisity I stadium, when the undefeated fend IPS title of 'Vmencan champion, he will automatically become a wel- terweight in.the eyes of the boxing association. In this case Charlie White and Johnny Dundee should be matched for the title, the board feels. Censure directed at Johnnv Kilbanr, leatherwught champion it stadium, when the undefeated Ham- Kilbanr, leatherwught champion it ilton Tigcis will enter the gnme 3 to 1 j being charged that he had not given the Antarip nis best efforts in contests during the 'PR fPlia Tllnnl- ..-.I litfct T.R. A.'A. -The.niack andrWhite To- game liaok from Satui day's de ciding game m Hamilton, where they maintained enough of theh big leau from the previous week to win the honoi b qf( the Ontario tonlon m a pit- iable shape FAMOUS EX-PLAYER OF WHITE SOX INHERITS MONEY Los Angples CaI7 Nov. White, deposed manager of the Ver non club, did not quit baseball with nuch money, having lost in a year. The association is composed of box- i; promoters and owners of fight clubs 'ihe lecdmmemUlions were made, according to the directors, in an effort to clear up the situation legardmg the titles in the classes m- voh ed. Chicago goods venture be fore coming to the coast How 01 things do not look: as dark for him as, r.rtorl expected Ttiougli the will of hu 'recton' father, who recently White il come Into possession of a snug sum The elder 'White's estate amounts to and is divided equally am- ong his children Doc's share of this is J25.000 The estate is real es tate, and It will be some time before White can receive any cash from it PORTLAND THREATENS TO QUIT PACIFIC COAST BASEBALL San Francisco, Cal, Nov Question of whether Portland Is to continue in the Pacific Coast league next .season, js up to the railroads, ANTI-FREEZE GET YOUK EADIATOK FILLED WITH ANTI-FREEZE. GUARANTEED. FORD GARAGE according to a resolution adopted to- day at the annual meeting of the di- rectors, The resolution provides that unless satisfactory rates are granted In the Federal League, Chicago by the railroads ot tho circuit, Port- Pittsburg, st Louis and Kansas City land 'Will OR dlOnnpd frnm tha lann-.-iA n-.nnn fo veak I could A) my hooMWork. I have iajnn Lydia E. Pinkham'lVtge- OLDEST FARMHAND IN Jacob Hoelback, said to be fhe old- farmhand in Jhe United Slaps, bis one Md fifth biriliday bv Balking acrsss Hit) farm o' ni nlel Klrkner nt li'l; KoiborOHgh, Pa. ban been employed on the for S! yeari. An aeroplane rropollcr'invtii Germany Is built up oi nickel tAcel frame .iml L of good. IirUIrc- eomnendraimad. Wne to ny Meadl t and give yoapemii- to publish my t-tlmorJal. _ MM. LAWKWOE a Klaf St, Wertbrook, Maine. Mamton, Chtin ot Life I nffered with pahu In mj kiek Mid tain, until I could not stand, I aba had to thit tt. would Ix wet I tried other but (at no relief. He of Lydia E. Hnkham's Componnd I began to impnrfe ami I continued uie for six moatha. lift me, the nigh t-iwcata and hot flashes grew leu, and in one year I WM different wnntn. I know I hare to thank yon for my coatinuedMd htalth ever Uanthm, Wii. wecm of Lydia 42 ;