Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
WROM'CSDAY. NOVr.MBKH TIIE LKTHnnmr.R DAILY PAGKTIIHKK HERALD SPORT SECTION 'I- BOWLING GAME1 POSTPONED -L- Owltic to tlie boxing match the muni between tlio Herald and the I..II.' I" the ('ity Howling League has linen iinst- ponod until Thursday night. ALL SET FOR MILL TO-NIGHT 0 will siarl about 9.45. DARCY ON THE WAY London, Nov. Darcy. Aus- tralian ptisilist. has .sec-roily sailed from Australia and ii< now o" his to Valparaiso. Cilile. from which poll will embark for (lie i'nited States. cable received by the h'Sh comn sinner for Australia from Melbour Ittrcy is believed to have joined steamer at. Newcastle. Tin' three boiers whom Uarcy prou- will meet It ho arrives ill' the United Stales are .lack Dillon, .Mike Gibbous and Al -McCoy. The 1917 Ford Coupelet i'.o.fo. Ford, Ontario For fall itrul winter the new 'model t'oiipclcl is ;i foml'orUbli' ear in cold wrailier and it L-iui 'lie (Illicitly'converted into an open ear for 'lie "Y" basketball team establish- ed itself at the toil of the heap last lliBht il trimmed the "rain Kx- UBe biint-h iiv tlie narrow marsin of lwo points, tlie final score being The name was all prior claims -nude fo.- it luil the crowd lo expect. Abiiiit ir.0 sncdators were present. The "Y" crew displayed tlie host combination. Tlie U. X. aggregation scemeil to laeli something in Ibis di- rection. I heir work liehiB Aidividual character. The "Y" shoot- ing also more accurate, more field goals being chalked up to .their credit. Tile defense work of Kane for the "V" was the feature of the ly. lie was always breaking up 0. X. rushes, and four times during the evening played a nice combination rush up the floor scoring four field "oals Tailing for tlie 0. X. led in points scored with with tliree field goals among them. Dilnswortli. cap- tain of the Y's. had 15 with two field goals. The nlay was rough in spots, the "Y" being" the worst offenders. Had (he 0. X. crew convened tlll'Cc more fouls, which they had plenty of chance lo do. they would have wuii. and it would have been chalked up against non-basketball tatties of the "Y George .MeKiilou refi-n-i-d the same, and linillilH hands lull. The will nuts the "V a name to the good in the league sclii'ilule, which closes about Dec. inth. The Battery team has practically dropped out of this scries, so it is a fight between the C. X. and Knox tor tlie lion- ors. all of them a dialice. Tlie half time score of the same was Following, is the lim'-up and points scored by 'the different players. ..y Position G. X. Kline S Guard Hay Uavis' 0 Guard 1-uml Dunswortli 15 Centre Mclvor f Taintcr 2 Forward Talliiy; Irwin 4 Forward Skcith I 20; G. X. '11. The league stafKlins today: I Y. 11. C .A. ;j I Knox............. Uottery Thk c-ir 'is tile one you need for ail the year round service no'matter what the weather or the roads may be like Tlie new design is distinctive and makes a nice tuiu- specially desirable for women, doctors and business the new model today and set your order in at FORD GARAGE 1232 TH'lRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE To have SHOO Southern Alberta boys competing in athletics on. an organiz- ed basis before May 1917. is tlie jective of the Calgary Sportsmen's Patriotic association, who are waging an aggressive campaign to attain -this end'under the direption of J. M. Shsirpo. boys' work secretary of the Calgary'V. .M. C. A. Mr. Sharpe spent Sunday in Letn- 'bridge after arranging for athletic work in High River. Clarcsholm and other points on tlie Maclcod line dur- Illlg the last few days. At High River ithe Methodist Sunday school conven- tion adopted the S. P. A. athletic pro- gram'and as" a result the hoys in a dozen different towns will immediately for the youngsters as thos attain th standards laid down. "The Sportsmen's Association fee llioir responsibility to develop tli boys very said Jlr. Sharp yesterday. "Practically all of A berta's athletes have done what ever person knew they would have'enlisted. The commanding o ficers declare that the coolness, re sourcefulness and ability of athlete to undergo hardships lias been an ou .standing feature of the war. Tn pe I petuale these iiuaiities and to onsui the conservation atlilet honor in the future, the S. P- A. al bending every enevsS.'and making generous financial 'outlay this winte CANADIAN; W PACIFIC EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL Tickets'on Sale, Nov. 1.3th; 31st, 1916.' Return Limit '.Five From .Date of Issue. Full Information Apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lpthbridge. R. District. Passent'rt Agent, Calgary. High River is also adopting pro- ;ram. Tlie athletic events promoted By the Calgary comprise, running Jumping- and .throwing tests, adapted from Ihe Canadian standard Ifficiency Certain standards are set for the hoys of various weights to attain. Credits arc given for -what- ever progress they make, and the whole result visualized on wall score cards Suitable awards are possible they rcauil'c for the boys. Sportsmen's Patriotic Association be glad to send literature and rendc aiiy'assistancc possible to those mte ested, without any charge." Mr Sbarne spoko to the Big Urotl crs' Club in Knox church in the aftc noon and during the day had conte dices with local men, incindin Messrs. Blckle and Dunswortli of tl: Y MCA, and J. II. Wilkic of the li: perial Life Co., regarding the tests. L Single Men Show'jrhemselves Superior at Toppling The Maples To settle an argument between the benedicts and the bachelors of the I. I-I C staff, two teams invaded the Do- I minion alleys last night and pulled off i a hair-raising game of ten pins in I which the single men demonstrated their superiority to the tune of 141 pins. The singles won two out of three Do you need a little increased vim in your work? Something to give you a fresh start? Something refreshing and lasting? A gentle, soothing, tasty "shock absorber" to come between your teeth when you set your jaws for a big task? Here it is best that men, money and machines can make for your comfort! Sealed tight-Kept fight after ever y Threshing Not Yet Resumed at Patriotic Rally Planned ATTENTION! i Auto Owners We have purchased several hundred tires d'ircct. from the miumfsicl.ure.rs. To get no- quiiinlcd we will give you while they last: Casing. Keg. Special. Casing. Eeg. -518.90. Special. 33x4 Casing. Reg. 27.05. Special.. ..30x4 Casing. Keg. 820.05. Special.. .36x4 'Casing. Special.. 37x5 Casiiig. Beg- Special.. .34x4 Noh.'Skid. .Reg. Special. Baalim Motor Go. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER (From Our Own Correspondent) Cardston, Xov. storm dur- ing Saturday night left such a fall ot snow as to again prevent threshing: The last few days. Friday and Satur- Iday. there was some threshing done in the fields where the stocks had oeeu prepared by shaking the snow from tlie bundles. It will be several days now before the machines can again get busy unless we have a good wind from the west. These enforced delays are making a great difference to the threshermen, who are trying lo hold their crews and finish the jobs pro mount, up and re- turns begin only when the grain can be turned out. Women's Institute Before the close of their respective terms of office the. present .incum- bents in the Institute are working hard to show to the mem- bers that they desire to .leave Ihe or- ganization in the best shape possible is to finances, as well as to all other matters. Mrs. John Holmes as president, to- gether with the vice-presidents, Mcs- lanies D. D. Spence and C. Ferguson arid the secretary. Mrs. Fred Best lave been very earnest workers iii be, lalf of the organization. A big sale of Christmas gift articles a pantry sale and also a big dinner a Hie Spencer House Cafe will be glvei by the institute 011 Saturday next, 2Bth Inst. The good values alwayi given by the ladies on such occasion will insure the patronage of Ihe pub lie. Patriotic Fund Meetings Thcvvlpca! member, Martin is arranging for a series of meetings in this district lo be attended by T. M. Tweeilic, M.P.P., and W. A. Bu- chanan, M..P., on Sunday licit. Ad- dresses will he matte at Mt. View and Klmball Sunday '.Morning, and at Lrtvltt and Aetna In the afternoon. All are invited to be present at. the big meeting to he held in the Stake Tabernacle Sunday evening at 7.30.1 when strong and stirring appeals will; be mailp to the citizens of this locality' to do a good toward this. fund for "our soldiers and tiieir lemlents. We trust that all citizens; rill tiiru out and make this meeting' rousing one. Death of Infant By telephone had reported today ho'death of the ac.vr-n mouths' infant on of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Earl of Sit. flew. The funeral services will be icld on the 21st at. Jit. View meeting louse. Mr. and Jlrs. Earl are well cnown in the district and have a wide of friends who will sympathize u this bereavement. RUSIE'S SHELLS SHOULD POSSESS SOME SMOKE Amos Rusie, the famous pitcher, j vho Cantain Alison says, had more! speed than Walter Johnson, is nowi vorking in a munilions plant in Mil-i ton, Pa. This is the first news sof; lusie in two years, when lie was working In a lumber camp in Oregon.! HOGKEYIST New Westminster, B. C., Xov. 22 According to a friend of Gordon Rob-j erts, who is practising medicine here, the former Wanderer star sent his I signed contract lo Frank Patrick lo-i day and will turn out with Vancouver! for the first practice on Monday. j For Thin, Nervous MEN AND WOMEN noiliing equals or compares' with the rich food SCOTT'S EMULSION It makes other foods do good. It sharpens the appetite; stimulates the circulation and helps over- come eatarrha! troubles. If you are rundown, anaemic (or nervous, the benefits you will receive from Emultion will surprise you. Kott loivnc. Torcnto, OnU 16-17 i The Shoemakers and Shoe Re- pairers of Lethbtfidge Have decided to pVico the New Schedule of shoe prices before the public. The raise in prices'is due'to tho fact that sole leath- er, which Is the eliief commodity used lias advanced since the war broke out an average of 75 per cent., while rivets, shoe thread and tools have advanced from 50 to 150'per cent, in some cases. .MEN'S Lono- Soles and Rubber Heels, sewfi Soles and Rubber Heels, pegged HalFSoies and RubbefHccls. sewn Hair Soles and .Leather.'Heels, scym Half Soles and Leather Heels, pegged Half Sole.s Only, Half Soles Only, pegged Heels Only, leather............... Heels Onlv. rubber LADIES' Half Soles and liuliber Heels, sewn Eal I' Sole.s and Leather Heels, sewn Tlalf Soles and Leather Heels, pegged Half Soies, sewn Hall' Soles, jteu'ged............... Rubber Leather" Heels Buys' Half Soles and Heels np Children's Half Soles and Heels H. Q. KILNER E. J. PULLEY .2.00 1.50 1.40 1.10 .45 .00 1.25 1.00 .70 414 13th Street N. J. R. VAN HAARLEM 311 7th Street S. F. MIUES, per W. KNOWLDEN 511 4th Avenue S. eth Street 8. MIKE CAKUMON 212 13th Street S.- CHRIS. HALL 913 7th Street S.