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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FANS SEATING CAPACITY 'WfLL BE EXHAUSTED 'There been ilOPlM- llonl tor: the setts In the bowl for the. Yale-Harvard football! tbe nubile' application a have been ro- turaed :li> order that Yale gradu- ates may be' accommodated. Ap- pouring In, but arc DOlnr .reCu'nd. _ hap applied for graduaUa and tlie -The Yale committed of SI hai an allotment o( 3268 Going Yale ap- pears lo be-as I-Jjrvard, ami iif.fte Pi attack. the 'showing- against Princeton, It'looks-this. way. to a neutral: Hapvard reached-her ohjec- tkc through'.; the :i'lgor.- defense, by means of ft- 'surcras-death-and-tajfes advance thai? was-'as..'.regular and] steady as th'fc procession1 ol.'a naval observatory Is clock hands in their i "_ llo 1 I) ..'Villa afVlMIV- (By New: Yorli, Protessors ol physics) :iilice thu world began, have 'betn'trvlni tp 'figure what would nup- ien if Irresistible force ever bump- S lull: tilV lito "conthing. able.-" II thi Harvard juggefnaat .and .the Yale avalanche- play true- to dope neit 'Sjitiiniay'; they'll Win prools with even !t should --tie plctura ol two irresiat- ililo 'lorers in "4 head-oa collision. Vale; is Hpre'iented-'by the giiiUii scoring: machlii? it in. m64- l.wJMi Tta'qnlp 1> p itiway thtough. an: opiflflM with Upwtirot-lyiUIja Tta n-serabUf an exploiioi r ol Which gwtlon of. lar. a was 'as: as thap'.of the Crimson awl'a's Tp.; put it another wiyi Harvard 'triumphed via ground. Yale via- the air OFS.SAI. FOR SEASON THE fcBTHBRIDGj: DAILY PAGE THWCB achie th oseao dnily to 12. Yale ac ed Jior via. all' attack wai brilliantly -versatile .and start- speciftillar. albeit 'the Blue with her Friday, December 1 IB tho'mew Bet by tlie executive committee ol the Sunday School Athletic LeuBue [or the annual meeting of that body of progressive young women. The committee mc.t Tuesday evening at the Y.M.C.A. to decide the win- ners o' Hie vailous branches ol rames for the season. Shields are to lie presented to the winners at the mceylug O'l December The success- ful clubs arc as follows Senior Andrew's bun- day School. Intermediate ...liaseball An- drew's Sunday School. Junior Sunday Junior Patrick's Sun- day Schoal. The Junior football league resulted in a rtrnw between St. Andrew's, Wcslmhistcr and St. Cyprian's.. When the annual meeting 's neld on December 4th, officers will he elected and plane lor 1915 will be discussed. 3ach Sunday School will ho entitlod ,o two votes. The meeting will be an open one ami all interested in the success ol ,he league ace urged to attend. iB system of wiiiii iroi r- double, tripfe' JllWruplt. nrt; lorwar SUBS That up by: PriscftfF: ?Wt doesa't of ..Yalo. It madeiatter.V Bjmpst. entire of'netoad 'men had replaced' does touoMown -jjiffde through rexuiar' Svho returned to coU end seconl1 In- Irom. am ..declares hi., olOThle mailr ttrlwjt aeorteaj J f PLANK repprf .l eloie sou'tbpaV, on .recently aaked- wilTW, iggethor, iwlth. .and Jack: CoonuiE- :e4te. bnkiten th. of prlMi will cl the winners ajaounced et tbf Ktai. -BHMxr ol the week .T.HOUI. Competitor! ahooM write their the: into tho tin boi to th. Editor, i. No person connected -with The Herald will be-'aUbwed'.to cqmpete." I. All. leleetloni be received in-'ttai Herejd ip( later than the morning. aend.itioni with ilie rald man- abide by GAMES TO Bii PLAYED 2 1 TIRfJT LlAayi-flOONp MVIItON Macleod, Nrov. most-enthusi- astic meeting of the Macleod Curlers was hold at the Queen's Hotel on; Tuesday evening, when- tbe following j officers, were elected lor the ensuing 'T. H.' Stedman. A. lluiray. Vice-j'res.-W. S. Gray.- G. and Grey P. McGladdery, J. N D, McNay, A. Young, J. Baled, J. Mctarty. A. Murray, A. Young. M. C- McLean, R. :G. Mathews, J. A. Strulters? A. B. McDoAald, C. P. McGladdery, D. Fraser, J. Baird, J. W. Callie, F. McKay, M..B. Grey. Th'e -.balance sheet lor" the previous ioa -was also-submitted to the __jtlng: whteh jibowed that not only had thp club, bioken even, hut had beta the sum ol 521 oil an..old laecouut soon as possible-tbe ice, .will. be., laid down, and. despite the hard times, the game is going :to be very Macleod.this seascc. Delicious Appetizing With fh halved and Mr. lUeaido. wlti a tie by 'JMqpf'puU louf stroke.! to thrti. MOHR T' N.T.. fJ.OV. Shugruc of Jvnay City In lili llrat flgbt 'since hii return frpm Auitralls, lutDOlnted .Walter Mohr pf Brooklyn n a 10. round bout In Brooklyn lo- nlght to ELECTRIFY MILWAUKEE ROAP Chleato, NOT: Chlemfs Milwaukee fc 8t PauS within cat yeara, In electriUemtlon wort in Rocky Mountain dlBtrtet waa an nonnced todar'bT C. A, (joodnow, In charge of conitmcUon, the; AUTHENTIC WAR NEWS To Bi Sbowa rt STARLANP THEATRE Tomorrow KITTLING THE 'i puw.rful navy, whleb now neet. FROM Of vi( taken in and around tbe baltlt- of 0ii rope. 2. dermai gunfire deetrpyi churches at MallneB. I ntttfk flooded streets ol Mallnej. irmofia c.r rotimjipj with Tar trophies. ti from firing line. Belgian? Cross caring for wpaHdod. bridge attor German bombardment. KITCHENER'S ARMY and Queen witness the do- o'vw recniltB lor army training qnar- England. 'GLAND'S PRISONERS OF WAR electrified barbed-wire fence. Ocrmani are Interned at Detention rley, near Aldershpt, England. gather wood for cpoklug, heating. J9F rationi. CARING FOR THE WOUNDED At all hours of and night wounded soldiers can jbe seen arriving at West Ham Hospital, the greatest Institution of It: kind in London. Ens-, Itnd. HOR9ES TO EUROPE Thousands of selected Western steeds are bought by warring nations for uso on battlellelda Orleans. La. THIS REMARKABLE MOVING PICTURE NEWS- PABER IS I83UED ONCE A WEEK AND WILL BE SHOWN AT STARLAND THE- ATRE AS AN ADDED ATTRACTION EVERY FRIOAY SATURDAY BY THE WORLD-FAMOUS CAR- ICATURIST, HY. MAYER, OF PUCK PUCK. Turks fatten at Moclmd Were Mitsionaries at al kftMpri UaTe bM re- IMUHI authority, on U utccxtaiM, tut tbtv ATi tkm floonl M to eoqvinenl tin MBviw ralMl to aid ChriiHiuu! ia Torker. They alto pfeiltrf tW' ffnipathlCT not with dw Tulklab foinromut in tits ponfltct ___ 'Haff Cfahier Skips to Mexico Lit the k; A" c l-tata itodto Tta It TW oj, Jte jIfTiJOjtilgii ui aot TO-NIGHT MOTH AND THE FLAME; DHAMA......... 2 REELS TO JUSTICE; DRAMA............... 1R.EEL PEACEMAKEH'B PAY; COMEDY.......... 1 REEL SLIM, DIPLOMAT; COMEDY...... 1 REEL THE MI8J. AUTOMOBILE, COMEDY 1 RuEL an entire change of Spanish Dancec Tonight. VII. EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA. Special Notice On Fndjy and Saturday thil -Theatre will ihow the Meet Authentic Plclv.rla of Canadian. Trcopi ever produced. This reel will bt In conjunction with the regular programme. Next Wfek Mill LueMa Slhiona will bi aeen In a repertoire of. Scottlin pancei. EVERY AMERICAN FIGHTER Champ If Eviry Nation Combined U. 8, They Ce.uld N.Pt Beach ffhio Rlyer Lumberton, -Miss., Nov. Clark, Speaker of-the House of Re- nr.asentBtlves t in ,address deliver-. ejj. bMs.dB.ciiir.od that .'.'If. ey.ery. aa-.i -of''Hie combined' n'gklnat, CANADIANS MUST V GROW MUSTACHES -pf (lit Unlled could never iprfei In the .Ohlo.i-Iyer." declared that men would the United Staties threatened. He" averred .'that these -men born of the blood revolution would fight'llke no .other fighters. that tlje world knows. AGAIN signing of a contract with the Oewral Eldctrlc Co., Involving f prellrolnair eipendlture of Work will be itltrM liapedlately In preparation for tiie eleelrlflcatloh of thf Sovuui Ay.ery a ialnline dlatiaxie of Thu stretch of track croiaM the Bltur Roots, ONLY 12 LEFT OUT OF HUWDRED Sermalze lep' Fraiee, Earls, Nov. regional town of 2800 Inhabitants, before the German Invasion, IB representktljre of .'.whit nappcna to a 'place In -the pa.rh of the hoatrie ormy. There were W hbuaes and now 12 bullet-Bearded bujldlngi arc standing. "AIJ the ollilirs' been pleeei by atellB burned. HOOF AND MOUTH DIBEAiP AT Spoklne, IPOKANI of 101 bloo.ded .cadle, which arrived )n SppkaBe .ftfdaj over tie Northern Pacific froa) tbf .aaat, be deBtroiai jon aic- count of Buflef mouth DRINK HABIT RCLIAILE ....._ The InMBieJtt for the Drink Habit CM be uMd wtjh lute -II tatrm for whlikey, beer or other ttlmulaats. Tfcouiaadi tgre ftiliy It nmire tn! llrep of HbrUty ud Cin b. given bo. If you fell W OKRINB meoiy will (rW booklei toon. T .T7 reporti tJiat (n South Atrlea; t fonei baa krefcen up fdaigon- f a) rebel enjnmaodMl anJ avd f t L.dia E. PWi- VMuUlilu NOTED MEN AMPNC1 'ON. BATTLEFIELD It ,la .annpunc- that the ..fpllowing officers have bi.n -iii fhe fighting In France: Rtglneld Mc- Royil aon McMahon: .l. Bajrjuond J. Mirker ,f th, flua.rd.f, .aide d, eania. U t.erd during the ehl of Lenden WHAT THE pOSTB YM' Britain London, OnL, Nov. .Ool. Wigle. officer commanding the 18th Battalion. Canadian Expeditionary lorcc, decreed today .that men. here- 'alter must nor :up- pcr ilps. i The' commanding officer said his decree was'tased solely up- on the scientific principle that scraping tile upper Jlp affected the nerves which influence the. Practical Against Stomach Acuity Nlne-tenthB of all cases of stomach trouble nowadays are caused by too niucli acid. In the Beginning the Btomach Itself is not diseased 'but if tbla acid condition Is allowed to con- tinue, the acid is very likelj- to eat Into the stomach walls aid produce stomach ulcers radical surgical operation necessary, even to prolong life. Therefore, an. "acid stomach" is really a daneeroui condition and BliouJd be treated ser-.. lonily It Is utterly useless fo take peplln ind ordinary The" eicess acid or stomach. liyper-.. acidity must be neutralized mlnlsiration of au efficient antacid.; For iiiiii purpose the best L-dlB, R? njjj London, Nov. British gov- toVrafie a Vn pf lor .war., and the of .i.hs Biclteijuer JIBS' ar- p :ln -.the income -r-.-Ji (J.n and .tea. (he opinion -Cha.nceiSor, Ol lie will .cost tbe laifftet. (MBount Englaii.d ever iwwitf OF PHP-SEN At NEW BJISHOf OF OTTAWA .Ottawa, Only Nov. elected pn first by on pyer- wbsimUig'majority as tjhe Anglican locate al a BPE- uneetJuB of the, quantities may be.UBed If necesssry'ai; It Is absolutely harmless. B.e. ask your druggist ;tori the magnesia (t'other forms .of make effective mouth have not the same, action mach Be the 60 preM Theatre.pfferilUpatronii a Ca- the the will uot-'ri'lieaBcd.'.un- nugiand. _-...., ihowluj how pur reel In conjunction wltli the iroiremme: "In 'tne" two-rpel fea- 'OO 'theee featuring the Helen ttar Joyce. This SAGE TB1A Srandmii kept hir locks ahd thick .vyith simple mixture of'Sage Tea and Sulphur. The old-time mixture of Tem and Slilphur" for darkening gray, Btreaked and faded hair IB grand; mother1! treatment, .and folks are "again using it to keep their hair.-, a good, even color, which is quite ion- iible, as we are living in an iige when 'a youthful appearance is of the. grea> eit advantage, i i Nowadays, though, we don't nave the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-uie product called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound" for about 60 centi i bottle. It is very popular becauie nobody can discover It has' been ap.-, piled. Simply moisten your conibxbr a soft brush through ypur strand at a time; hair disappears, but ladles will, ;