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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Don't Buy Life Insurance Till you have Investigated what THE MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA Has to Offer' YOU. huvo something "If it's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R. J, FORSTER Phono 10th St. South. BIG INTERNATIONAL SOCCER FOOTBALLER KILLED IN ACTION Nov." Lam bert, tlio famous English in- ternational footballer, lias been killed in action in the re- cent fighting la northern France. Lambert represented England in international games OIL seven occasions. Leon Comas, the cycling champion of France, has also been killed. tf. 4 OFFICERS OF FOR LADIES CURL TO Macleod, Alta, Nov. Successful curling season Tvas lore- Bhadowed this evening, when a num- lier of the followers of the game -mei in the Queen's Hotel for the purpose of considering this sol- eon's prospects. W. S. Grav was In the chair, and after reading the min- utes of tho last meeting, and the ad- option of the financial statement, showed a credit, balance of it was unanimously decided to again form a club. ..Tie following of- Ilcers were then elected: Hon. president, pre- sident, W S x ice-president, J W. McDonald; joint hon. sees., D. G. Mackenzie and P. iMorris; treasurer, J. Hutchins; -S. 'McGlad- dery, J MoLarti, A Young, R D Mc- Kay, A D. McDonald and W Hood less. The following skips were also ap- pointed A Young, M. C McLean, S JtcGladdery, 1. A.. Struthers, P.. Me- Rea, J. Callle, .W.1 Stewart, L. Fowler, D. G. Mackenzie and P. Morris. The total number of rinks allowed is confined to twelve, there are Bttll vacancies for two'skips, and any- one desirous of skipping a rink is give to the sec- once. Each skip is also re- nUBSted to get his rmg togatlier and send the names to the secretary not later than December. 15. Ladies to Curl The question of allowing ladies to join club was raised bv .T "Vic Donald, and after a short discussion it.was decided to admit ladies who will have the privilege of playing at any hour during which regular games are.not scheduled. The-entrance fee was fixed at for gentlemen and ?2 00 for ladies, subject to any change tho committee may see fit to make. Secretary Mackenzie reported that the district ijonspeil will this year be held at Penile on Januarj 10, and the members present were unanimously o" the opinion that as many rmks as possible should attend It was also decided to present prices at the bon- speil, but after a short discussion it decided to leave the matter in the hands of the committee to attend to Throughout the meeting was of a most harmonious nature, and all the enthusiasts are looking forward to a most successful season, despite the faU that fourteen of last year's mem bers have either joined the army or .left the town. HOPPE EASILY TRIMS SLOSSON Champions Wins, 500 to s Beats Thayer New York, NY, Nov. lloppe Koii Yamada won their (antes today in the handicap 18 2 balk line billiard tournament. Hoppe, the onlv scratch man, easilv defeated George Slosson (375) in the evening contest by a score of tiOO to 43. Hoppe averaged 31 416 and Slos son 211-16. Hopne's best run was 87 and Sloseon's 14. (375) trailing Joseph Sleyer (325) of Philadelphia in the ev- ening game until the 25th Inning, when the former's high run. of 111 end ed the game, the score being 375 to 283. Yamula's average was 15, and Meyer's 118-25. Meyer's hlgli rim TV as 61. GliBONS SHADES GREBB St Paul, Minn, Nov. Gibbons of St. Paul, brother of Mike Gibbons, shaded Johnny Orebb, of I'ittsbnri; in slashing ten round tonight, In the opinion of men at the ring ilde Tho IK TAYLOR BEST HIS AT WRESTLED FOR TWO HOURS IN WASHINGTON TOWN FOR ONE FALL Wmatcliec, Nov. Taylor proved slightly superior to Nick Daviscourl oi Kllcnsburg last night, securing tlie only fall of the two hours' wrestling in one hour, one minuti; and 30 seconds. The match was noticeably freo from all. rough anil ilirty tactics. A small crowd was at tlie Elks' hall when time was aaltal. The fall was secured by a crotch and head hold. One of Davis- court's fingers was hurt early in the match, rendering his right, hand use- less. During the last 20 minutes the Ellensburg hoy tried despirately for a fall exerting every cltcrt and using every known trick, but failed to catch the wary Taylor. TAYLOR MATCHED AGAIN Spokane, Nov. Dale announced yesterday that he had matched Jack Taylor, 1.90-pouncI wrestler, of Alberta, with "Farmer" Ben Bordsen of Minneapolis lor a fin- ish match at Jones' Hillyard, December 3. Bordsen weights' '208 pounds. Taylor is great heavyweight wrestler, according to Dale, who shows newspaper clippings that re- port victories for Taylor over Doc Roller, Charlie Cutler and Jess Wes- (tergaard, not in handicap matches, hut by two falls .in three. Taylor is now in Butte, where he has posted in an efl'ort to secure a match with Pat Connolly. Bonlsen is a nativt born Norwegian and is a youngster at the mat game. KNOCKOUT SLIPPED OVER IN FOURTH ROUND NEARLY OUT ONCE uled Unround huuY The Campbell, Wilson an'd Horuu team came off victorious on the Y C A bowling alleys in their match with Knox- last night. -The winners took'two out of three games. The best showing was mane by Knox ih the game the> won with 117 The foul-fine rule now being enforced prov- ed a hardship the-trnndlers and low scores were in order. -Crawiord was high roller.for the evening. The scores Murray Hansch Campbell S. Home Bentpn Crawford KNOX 169 16 125 Ill 123 305. -117 C. W. 108 121 101 129 129 355 317 ial 143- 375 328 100 338 .353 VALUABLE HORSES ARE BURNED Human Life Also Lost When Bennlng Trick It Destroyed by Fire Washington, DO, Nov man was burned to death and throe others were probably fatally injured as the result of a fire at historic Ben- mng race track in the suburbs oi Washington last night, which, in ad- dition to destroying 1-t of the stables and other structures, burned at least 20 valuable horses to death. Estimates today placed the loss at about 000 Amcng the klables destroyed was that of August Belmont, though none ol! his horses.were'on the.grouiid at the time They ifere to haio ar- rived today. .BOXERS .PENALIZED New York, N.Y.i, Nov. Al; Me- Coy, claimant of the middleweight championship, and Zulu Kid of Brook Ijn, suspended for thirty dajs by the State Athletic Commission at a special meeting, hero today, because they irero tA-ghe satisfactory reasons their, recent bout here had been delayed 45 minutes. It, was shown that the delay was duo to dif ferences over forfeits and weights, NELSON THROWS HARTMAN Idaho, Nov Carl Nelson of Spokane, claimant of the light heavyweight championship of toriil'ber It'll tho better of soveii the northwest, wrestling at catch' rounds! OreUb gained tho nurgln lii weights, throw Jack of Col ground, and two A RELIABLE PLACE TO SHOP A Better Store, Better Merchandise, Better Values, Better Service, and Lower Prices, That's the Reputation we have Gained There was never any reason why such a Better Store should not arise here; a place where the satisfaction ol.' each customer is made the first consideration in each transaction, where we're all working together, not to do as much as we can for ourselves, but to do as much as we can for you. We guarantee everything; we sell because we discriminate in buying before we sell. Xote the exceptional values advertised This is Coat Weather, and we're offering the Best Bargains in town MEN'S FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATS in blue and black Beaver Cloths and Tweed Ulsters; 513.00 to.. The Best Advertisement of our Suits Are Not Written, they're Worn Suits finished to vour me as- S15.OQtoS25.00 ure. YOU NEED FURNISHINGS We are at your service with-the newest of the new Glnett Shirts and Collars. W. CT. E. Shirts and Collars, Dr.' Jaeger's Shirts, Hosiery, etc. All Furs Reduced Fur, Fur Lined ami Fur Trimmed Overcoats. Chamois Lined CoaU reduc- ed to clear. Money savers, everyone of them. Call and see them. Prices Stanfield's, Underwear, two piece ---S1.25 Fleece Lined aOO Fleece Lined -50C Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. Fred Fulton, the Minnesota knocked out Andrew Anderson ot Chi- cago idurth round ot a ached- dcrson was (looroil three times ih the concluding round, each time with a lott to-the solar plexus. Anderson hart the advantage ol the first round, sending Fulton to his knees "with" a left to the jaw. The second and third rounds were even. We Pay Special Attention to the Working Man Mackinaw Coats, pin in and fancy UP Mnckinnw Pants UP Work Gloves. .oOc, 75c, (The Carhaitt) Work. Shirts, flannel and cotton, OOc to dome lo the Largest Exclusive Men's Clothing House in Southern Alheita for yem Tall -Outfitting. Better Good- at Lower Prices. McKelvie THE "2" M'S Holiday Specials What to Give the Soldier Boy KHAKI Tic with Silk Handkeicluet to match Pel Set 9 w Ties in Khaki.................. -50C "P 31ilitsin Shii U in Flnnnel Duck UP Tronseis, iiitiguc 52.00 Kwraler L'odN S2.50 UP Oombinalions up A complete stock carried in Dr. Jaeger's and Wolsey tinder- wear, etc., all sold at Eastern.Prices. Shoes for every man iii every walk of life. The ftg AA Geo. A. Slater, the Best Good Shoe Good Shoeri at a less price to S5.00 XIEKHAM BLOCK LETIIBEIDG-E WHAT XEXT WILL DAME FASHION PKESCKIBE1 This picture taken at the recent International Fashion Show in Men- York shows a style which may become common. The material Is boulevard velvet with graceful pantalettes draping over the boot-tops. WOLOA8T BEATS MURPHY Lacrosse Wis., Nov. VVol- gast, former llghtwsltht had little tnnihlo In defeating Jimmy Murphy, Chicago, in a 10-roimd box ing contest, here tonight. Wolsast took seven rounds, TVhlle three even. VETERAN TURFMAN DIES Pecatur, (11., NOV, W, John- son, well-known harness horse own- er, died today at his homo near As- sumption, owner of Colonsl Corhran, a famous she, imd n suing, of horses, He said to have been the first horseman In the coiun- tr> to conduct a raco meeting on oiled track Immediately altor rain, THE Si Get a Genera! Cheaper A man. presented himself at a re- cruiting station. Tlie sergeant eyed him with approval. enquired. "Yes, sir.' "Auy "Yes, "How many'" "Twelye.' "Greul-'Seott! Beat it. We can get a general for wiiai you would cost us.' New-Game Laws of Sask. Hunters' of big game in Saskatche- wan are -requires to wear white suits white toques. Poison to kill i'ur- uearlng animals is prohibited and hunters must not shoot .or spear musk- rats, or destroy their houses, or the uams of beavers The big game shooting season has just opened in Saskatchewan, and will; continue un- til November' 30. .September Morn' A. lightning" bolt, at Laurel, Del., struck a half-grown chicken and stripped it: of feathers as n ewJaid egg, leaving the bird none the for the experience, except [or lack ;of .covering. CAKA01AN PACIFIC CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VEEY LOW BOUND TE1F TARES TO Britain DriKUn FROM CALGARY, EDMONTON, KOOTENAY LOG. AND EAST IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANSATLANTIC S S. LINES Tickets on sale from November 15th to De- cember 1915, and good for five months. THROUGH STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING (JARS Tickets aucl full information at all Canadian Pacihi, Offices S B WITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbndge R DAWSON, District Pastenger Agent, Embarrassing 4 icung nia11 in couutrv had the tender passion, and'took his.girl some (lowers. "How kind of said the gill, 'to bring me these loiely flcro- Thev arp so beautiful and fresh 11 think there is some dew on them yet said the voutlsr man, in great embarrassmenf, there ib, but 11 in going to it off tomorrow' Indian Up-to-Date Vw, I gieath disappomtefl in tho Indians." "How "I wanted to sit