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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HBKALD PAGE THREE ALL THE Safety First Features of stock Life Insur- ance Companies are Incorporat- ed In the MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA ALSO: The Pollcyholders get ALL THE PROFITS This cannot bo said ol Stock j Companies. "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R.J, FQRSTER Phone 10th St. South. Match With Joe Stecher Will Bring Frank Gotch Out of Retirement GOTHIC THE NEW ARROW a ror ssc COLLAR IT FITS THE CRAVAT Kansas City, Nov. Frank I Qotch will come out of retirement this I season, and meet the :hest wrestler in country In a championship match is the statement made by W. D. Sco- ville, a local promoter. Gotch believes he will have to wrestle Joe Stecher, the sensational Nebraska wrestler eventually, and will begin soon to prepare tor a match in the sprint'. Before, meeting the Ne- brasknn he will wrestle two or three men la the west. It is likely the championship affair will 'be staged in New York, as no western promoter can offer such a p.urse as lias already been offered Qotch, whoever his op- ponent may be. The New York syndi- cate which is now trying to land the match, has made a flat offer of for it. Stecher has been springing surpris- es of late, and he is expected to heat all the wrestlers in this country, with the possible exception of Gotch. Even Gotcli was fooled by the young far- mer from near Lincoln. The chm- pion lost a pretty good-sized wager Toronto, Ont., Nov. Mun- roe, who went from Cobalt to the war with the Princess Pat's regiment, writes from Netley hospital, England, that lie has lost his right hand. In part, the man who fought "Jim" Jef- fries twice, and once gave the ex-cham- pion all he was looking for, writes: "I have, only oner hand, and that my Jeft one. I got hurt at Armentieres over a parapet. Three times they tried to hit me, and I was fool enough to .stay right there. The fourth cut an artery and part of the nerve and for the time being paralyzed my right arm. Later it was cut off. "I will never forget the terrible suffering I underwent: They will op-i erate .again in a month to tie up the; nerves aud relieve the pain." when Steelier defeated Chartcy Cut- ler of Chicago time ago. But before Stecher meets Gotch he may be forced to tackle Yousiff Mali- mout, the famous Turk, who wrestled in this country a few years ago. Mah- mout always has been given credit for being able to beat all grappters, with the exception of Gotch. Emil Klank, former manager of Gotch, is bringing Mahmout hack to this country this season. The Turk left Bulgaria just before that country entered the European war, and is now on the way. He is due to arrive in San Francisco in about three weeks. There was a report during the Bal- kan war that Mahmout had been as- sassinated, and for a long time pro- moters believed him dead. Later they lieard that he was attacked by robbers and injured, but recovered. During the Balkan war he served as an offi- cer in the army, and was wounded. While he ivas in a hospital Klank got in communication with him, and sent him transportation and expense money to come to America. ATHLETE AT FRONT QIES WITHIN LIMIT PUT ON HIS LIFE Berkeley, Cal., Nov. News of the death in the French trenches recently of Lieut. John W. Barhett, grad- uate of the University of Cal- ifornia, and a -well-known col- Jege athlete, received here to- day by John Stroud, graduate manager, showed that the young officer was killed within few days of the time limit he put on his life. In a recent letter, Lieut. -Bar nett said he had been promoted to be a range-finder. "The average life of a range- linder is 30 his letter j said. "I been on the job 17 days. You will know Eobn whether or not I outlast the av- erase." Old Country Football Tables Motts F. In Lincoln City 11 Notts C......14 Sheffield U. 0 Bradford 14 Hull City 3 Barnsley ____ 18 Bradford Leicester P. 11 r.rimsby 7 Leeds City 11 Sheffield W. 7 Huddersfield 11 Derby C..... 0 Save now forXmas! Not money but" coupons. For you can buy Christmas gifts for every member family with Black Cat Profit-Sharing and there's one in every packet of Black Cat Cigarettes. More than 200 useful and valuable gifts are listed iii the Black Cat Gift Catalogue. This book will be sent to you free-------fill in the coupon below and mail at once. In the meantime start your collection of Profit-sharing Coupons. packet lack Cat! Cignittttes llOfortOCentsl You will find ten of the: mellowest and most pleasing cigarettes that ever tppealed to a smoke lover's taite. Mild and M odium strengths. watm IMDNTOAL without charge the lKk London Section Pts. Pts. Chelsea.....IS Tottenham 10 Mill wall.....IK Crystal P. 10 Brentford -----IS .Watford 8 West Ham 13 Clapton O.....S Arsenal.....12 Queen's P. E.. 8 Fulham 11 Croydon C. 6 YALE TODAY New York, N. Y., Nov. Har- vard's lannual football battle with Yale this year at Cambridge, is by far the most important in popular iu- 1 crest of today's gridiron contests in the cast. Yale's apparent recovery of old-time football form, as shown in licr defeat of Princeton, made the outcome of the game today doubtful even to experts. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY SEEKS SERVICES OF TORONTO COACH Joe Wright Offered Nice Salary to Cross Line Toronto, Ont, Nov. Tho Uni- versity of Pennsylvania seeks the ser- vices of Joe Wright, coach of the Ar- gonaut oarsmen, and widely-known sportsman, according to this morn- ing's Globe, to coach the crews of the famous Red and Blue at Philadelphia. Tile Pennsylvanians have offered Mr. Wright a three-year contract at a sal- ary of a year. A representative of the .university is coming to confer with' Mr. Wright. In the meantime the local man is taking the offer un- der serious consideration. The Pennsylvania crew of late years has been coached by Vivian Nickalls, who recently returned to England, and took a commission in the Surrey regi- ment of which he was a member be- fore coming to America. EIGHTY YEARS IN THE GAME IS THE RECORD OF THE FERGUS CLUB Ont., -Nov. Eighty sea- sons of competition is the proud re- cord of the Fergus Curling club, one of the oldest on the continent. The eighty-first annual meeting was held in the p.ublic library, when the report of the Secretary-Treasurer showed a good balance, in the hank and all the affairs of tile organization to be in a most satisfactory condition. Tile club has donated liberally to patriotic causesi and is ready to do more when the season opens. Celtic Hearts Glasgow R. Morton.....17 Partick This... 16 MqthenweH ...16 Kiiinarnock, 15 Hamilton Ac... 14 Ayr. United 14 Dundee.....13 Scottish League Pts. IS ___18 18 St. Mirreu Clyde...... Dumbarton Queen's-. P.ark Third Lanark Hibernians Aberdeen Baith Rovers Pts. 12 12i 11 11 10 10 8 9 i Lancashire Section Pts. Pts. Burnley.....17 Oldhain A. 11 Stoke ..15 Sou'thport C... 11 Manchester C. 14 Blackpool 11 Everton 14 Liverpool Bury 12 Bolton Wand.. 7 Stockport C... 12 Rochdale C Manchester TJ.. 12 2 Today's games are not Included in the foregoing.. A Mean Suggestion "I assure you, madam, my came over with the first settlers." "Very likely. We had no immigra- tion laws American. The Golfer's Song "Look at the instructors "Keep .your eye on the But though I stand -ijy the tee all day The old awing baffles me still; And out of the misery -that's apelled As we rant and we cuss and rave, Wa'll j-Mn the chorus with Anna Held: "I'Can't make my eyes behave." A Lively Place First fellows git-up about you at all. Why don't you have photographs your town taken, like we did? Are you ashamed of it? Rival that ain't the reason at all. I want you to imder- itarid, young fellah, that o.ur -town don't stand still long enough to-be photographed. Not So Slow (Note-rThis Is a new style of pome invented by some poet too durn lazy to dope .out a ponio on the orthodox system.) (Note No. a 'Frlsca High school athlete, recently set a new record of 48 1-5 for the 440.) With these few explanations we will now cleaivpur throat and commence. Ahem! What's In a name? A rose, called something else, Say an. an old shoe, or Something ridiculous like that Would smell "just as- sweet and be Just as expensive to send to your Best girl. A bet, dubbed an investment, or An intellectual triumph or, some- Such 'bosh, would be Just as Tough a proposition To lose. And so, this Mr. Sloraan, of Frisco, despite the handicap of So jointed a cognomen, new speed record for t'ie Four-forty. What's in a name?