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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE-DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Don't Buy Life Insurance Tilt you have Investigated what THE MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA Has to Offer You. Wo have something "If It's Life It MUST be. MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South, GOTHIC THE NEW ARROW a tor 2sc COLLAR IT FITS THE CRAVAT I tteill. Co.. Inc. tpkni, S.I.I Spl. ON 1 SI Star Athletes in Ranks Some idea of the number of fine To- '1-onto athletes who have joined the colors Is shown in the report of a re- cent football match between Toronto soldiers and the Kingston battery. In lioth lineups were to "oe found players who have made football history in eastern Canada, among them being Jack llaynard, BIckle, Clarkson, Frank Knight. Jack Williams, a form- er Ottawa star: Jack Dibble, cham- pion sculler; Ramsay and other weK- known eastern athletes. The Toronto Boidlers won by a score of 15 points to 8, after t. strenuous match. "Hold Me Back" Bluffers u'We are the magnates prattle a long and bloody battle; We can trim 'em, we can beat 'em left and When I hear 'em talk that way, f am always prone to say, "Let 'em "Let 'em us the magnate hollers, but he sees Hie iron dollars That aro dmnping slowly, surely, from his stack. Jt reminds me ot the guy who'would strip his coat and cry: "Hold me "Hold me "Hold me According to the Sperling Life oi London, Georges Cat't-cntier, who, just prior to the European war, was crally considered 'one of the lead- contenders fur tho heavvwcig'ni. championship, will return 'M the in the near future. Arrangements arc progressing for the matching; oi Ciif- penticr with Voyles, a private in the Irish Cluarus, who is the heavyweight champion oi the lirilish army and navy. No mention is made oi the place where the proposed bout will be held. Voyles, who has distinguished him- self on s-everal occasions in the paign in Krancc, has been quite ac- j live listically at the Guards' base and has so impressed his admirers that negotiations for a bout with Carpen- NEWSY LALONDE SIGNS WITH GANAD1ENS AGAIN FOR FIRST TIME IN HISTORY FA- MOUS CORNWALL PLAYEB IS NOT HOLDING OUT Messaoe of Grave Importance Aneut the hockey war raging in Ca- iiada, a western sny in the east wires to the Coast the following: Pembroke, Nov. corres- pondent found Mr. Frank Nighbor cranking up his father's six-cylinder corn back of the barn, wished him a pleasant "wle gates." "What is favorite we "The frankfurter." replied Mr. Nighbor, with candor. "Do you think Winston Churchill's resignation will have any, effect on Jlie ultimate outcome of the "Not If he plays for the Patricks." "What do you intend doing with the salary the Ottawa club will pay t will buy a Ford, then join a golf club and buy a few shares in Bethlehem Steel. With the remaind- or I will purchase a diamond ring and learn: to one-step. Jack Kearns is reported bringing bringing Lcs Darn, the. bifc, ian lighter, to America the Sidney arena is closing on December 1. With the close of the Australian season most.of the American boxers ill be hcming shorth and the bread- lines will be opened again. Uick Klecgah, fight imprcssario. avows and declares that, he's going to arrange a Jack Johnson-Sam Lang- i lord fight in a rag I' The flgnt gime in Milw atilvCf is at a low-ebb. The Dundee-Risers bout drew and. it's doubtful if half the promoters connected with it ate breakfast the. next morning on a cash basis. CECIL 3 for SO VrVLOR 2 for 252. WIUWMS ORKNC a HOMECO KHUN ONTARIO ;EORGES CARPENTIER. WILL MEET PRIVATE VOYLES OF BRITISH GUARDS EYE OF LAW ON GAME' HUNTERS' OF WISCONSIN Madison, Wls., Nov. an effort to completely 8UP- press the salo of deer to un- successful hunters, the Wis- consin conservation commis- sion has issued orders to ward- ens nt terminal points to in- vestigate all suspicious cases and to wardens at shipping points to make inquiries in rc- gard to the killing of deer. Tho Intent is to prosecute all hunters buying deer and all market hunters in northern iJstrlcts who sell carcasses to unsuccessful hunters. v J, I EVERY THREE MINUTES ONE DIES IN THE S. The Anti-Tuberculosis Society illus- trates the frightful toll of consumption by extinguishing a light every three minutes, and shows th.it it is the man or woman, girl or boy, who neglects colds, whose blood is impure, who feels weak and languid, who is the very one to contract none are immune. During changing seasons, or after sickness, blood-quality is most impor- tant, and if you and your family will take Scott's Emulsion after meals it will charge your blood with health- Eiistaluing richness, quicken circulation, ami strengthen both Imik's and throat. Scott's is free from to take cannot harm. Get a bottle to-day. Scott Si BavMlii. Toronto, Oat. 15-23 e-actcd wltli violence on the church, as swept away the family altar from ho homos of the people, invaded the Sabbath Day, and etruck at the very oundatlons of faith, rich" was In the majority of eases, the hlef end of man. Ninety per cent, of Doling people of today had no respou- Ibillty. .fur their brothers In the spirit- lal senne. Ministers concentrated on iennons and not on sine. Church nembershlp has been Increased, not always for tile good of the church. Mr. MacNiven spoke like one of tho irophets of old "Woe, woe I" but in iplte of the dark picture he had paint- ed he the beginning of a better day'. He said, in conclusion, that the of God was about on the face of he land, and It was time for nil to .urn their faces GodwartI and seek salvation. He called for less sermons mil more time to help our fellows to resist .temptation. The peo' societies are jnit Hie necessary enue' .to remove these evila ter were opened. The principals will CONTINUED TIIOST PACK) was one of the speaker's main line of argument. Religions organization should bo a progress of development. A brie! reference to the work of F. B. Clark, and the formation of the Christ- ian Endeavor movement concluded with an account of the four main or- ganizations of the Kpworth league: Christian Endeavor, Missionary, Lit- erary and Social and Citizenship. Some people, Air. Bartlett stated, ob- jected to the latter plank In the plat- i jectocl to tne lauer 111 me w Pincher Creek, Nov. number fornli Dut IIB defended it, because th of enthusiastic curlers gathcicd -1 at j cnurcii ought to see that the bestgov- "i------- the Presbyterian manse on Monday i eminent on the face of God's earth continue to. fight for I-ranee ami Uvcuing last. The ways and means ol obtained for the best-conn H.n hf> I I _. Olluulll "v. conn England, and. the bout will be held merely for the edification and pas- time of the soldiers, ft is understood that Carpcnticr has been boxing whenever the opportunity has pre- sented ilsEli and is in excellent con- dition. Montreal, Nov. Gco. Kennedy, o! the Montreal Canadiens, one of the two local clubs in the N. H. A., is decidedly optimistic in re- gard to the race- with the P.C.H.A. Most ot his players have already sighed. "Newsy" Lalonde, long the stormy petrel of hockey contracts, who at the. beginning of each season for many years, has haggled and held out for more salary before, coming to terms anil signing his "contract, this year signed without the least argu- ment. Mis contract was received to- day. Vezina, Oorbeau and Fournier have also signed, and the contracts of Pitrie and Layiolette 'are expected daily. Some of these placers have turned down the Patricks. "Newsy" by the way is prominent among the causes of the present war. It was primatily because Jlsnagcr Kennedy had not paid the Pat-ricks S750 contracted when he purchased Lalonde from the P.C.H.Al last sea- son that Patrick broke with the N. H.A. PRINCETON SOCCER-. TEAM BEATEN N.J., Nov. Hav erford soccer team defeated Prince- tou, today, 4 goals to i. organizing a Curling club was exten- sively discussed. Dr.' DeBuc and W. A. Fraser were appointed a committee to canvass prospective members, and to report at a meeting to be held in the council chambers on Friday night, the 26th, when all interested in this sport arc invited to be present. Already some 15 or 20 have de- clared tiicir willingness to join, and it may be possible that a covered rink will he erected during the win- ter, llev. Wright has offered a space of his garden for a curling rink for the present. HARRY FOSTER FOULED HUME IN TENTH ROUND FORMER MONTREAL BOXER HAD BEST OF BOUT AT MOOSE JAW WITH REGINA SOLDIER Moose Jaw, Sask., Nov. Hume; tliR former Montreal pugilist, won the exhibition bout from Private Harry Foster here tonight in the 10th round on a fou'i. Hume forced the fight in almost .every, round, and had a big shade over his soldier opponent, although'1 Foster was game and will- ing to take lots of punishment. The created so much interest here the past few days, was staged at the Armories before a large crowd, including many fistic fans from Hegina. Twenty-five percent, of the receipts will be turned over to the rcruiting fur.d. Hume is a clever fighter, his foot- work and infighting 'being well worth seeing. The Regina soldier, while not so fast, was In the 'bout from the start until the foul had been declared by the referee. He took a lot of punish- ment, but was always ready 10 ramp Ijack for more. Boxer Knocked Off His Pins Eight Times in First Round at Boston Boston Mass Len is English boxer technically knocked out Jim Duggy of Lockport, in one minute-tonight. The New Yorke- was floored eight times before Ref- eree Powers waved him' from the ring, declaring Lewis the -winner The first knockdown came within ten seconds of the start. Knockdown followed knockdown almost with the same regularity that Lewis pushed foinW his powerful left Buggj rest ing upon the floor for to eight seconds each time. After several falls he was. sent sprawling against the ropes, this tiine by a right hand blow, Lewis holding his left at his side. The referee stopped the fight- ing after the boxers had been in the ring a little more than a minute SKINNBR -POULIN WILL I PLAY ON VICTORIA TEAM Victoria.. B.C., Nov. Poulln will again play with the Vic- toria Pacific Coast Hock- ey association league He notified Manager Lester Patrick; yesterday, thnt the terras offered bj the Capi tnls were .entirely satisfactory and that he would leave Calgary toda> for the coast. He is expected to re-> port lor practice on Thursday TRAIL HUNTERS GET DEER Trail, B.C., Nov. Good on Sunday shot a fine buck on the oppo- site side of the river to Stpney Creek. The animal weighed, 175 pounds I ast evening Richard Trueswell sr arrived back In the clh frnm Midway he hud been on T hunting pedltion He secured two fine bucks eighing 170 and loO pounds respect- ,ely, and a doe nolglimir 110 pounds NEW STEEPLECHASE TRACK AT MONTREAL Montreal, Que., Nov. on the construction of a steeplechase course: at the Mount Royal track, the course of the Back River Jockey club, was commenced, yesterday morning The course will be a circular one, laid oiit on the plans of the majority of steeplechase tracks in Canada. The footing for the steeplechase will be as good as that for tho track proper and fast tiroes should be made over it. The club will run a series of steeplechase races at their spring meeting, next MeVEY BEAT LANGFOflD New York. N.Y.', Nov. Sam Mc- Vej of California outfought Sim Boston, hero tonight, in i ten round bo.ut. The Californian vas the aggressor in eight of tho ten rounds, Langford gaining onl5' fourth and sixth. McVey> hvelghed 212 pounds Front-itorttii whipped.-a burlesque chorus girl the other day. Jess .Will lira can hnrdl} ignore Moian's olhims foi a hittle much longei or Iw will IIL repudiated ill om the coiuitij. What They Cured Here's the remarkable experience of ft Nova I was once a terrible stmcrer with kidney and bladder troubles, and at I woulil lose the use of my legs, and could not go away from home with- out some one with inc. 1 was treated by different doctors for 3 years, ami only got temporary relief My son advised me to take Gin Pills, anil after takmgthe firrt 2 or 3 doses I got relief I continu- ed to take them until I got completely cured I owe my life to Gin Pills tnily 18 P M KhVIPTOM, Port Mctlway N 1 ei pins .1 oOc for satuple treatment fret try In the world." This was only pos slble -by setting in front of young peo- plo high ideals in citizenship. Men- tion Was also made of the Junior and Intermediate leagues. At the close of tho address a few questions were ask id and answered. Registration and handshake of del- egates brought the first session to a close. Wednesday Evening The evening session was well at- tended by delegates and the general p.uL'iic, the Rev. G. H. Cobbledick pre. siding. After a brief service of song, Dr. Rivers, in the absence of H. H. Crasg, gave the official address 01 welcome. In his usual happy way, he extended a very hearty welcome to the delegates.. to the city of Loth bridge. As a city they were proud to welcome them into their midst on ac count of the work the delegates were engaged in. The business of the Ep worth league- is to make good cltl zeiis, and if the products the societies are turning out are not that, then the churches had better shut the doors The leaders of "the people of tpdaj were brought up in the Sunday schools, and so were fitted for the po sitious.they now occupy. On behal of Methodism ...he also extended n hearty.welcome. The speaker wen' on to say that Methodism in Leth bridge is no mean thing. There are other churches and workers in the city, but all are proud of the Metho- dists. The members of Wesley churcl were glad to welcome the members of the Sunday school and Epwortl league associations. He hoped tha from these gatherings there would arise an inspiration which would be fett p" all the churches in the city. Dr Rivers also offered a very specia welcome to Mr. Bartlett, and hopei he would have a good time in thr west. Indifference of Young People BV; W. E. MacNiven was tho firs speaker, his subject being; "Tin young people as. a working force ii the community." Quoting from thi 1914-15 report of the church for thi High River, Macleod and Lethbrldge districts, tne speaker said that the figuiea should give nse to a good dea' of thought. There seems to be a grea' indifference by young people to al societies for young pepp'Ie and Ep worth leagues. A thing that is neces sarj to be done is to find the cause of this In the speakers opinion the main cause was owing to these di' ferent organization giving too much thought and time to social affairs. In many cases the. Epwprth league is only another name for a social club and sociability is taking theh place o religion The social life of young peo- ple when governed by the church is ot an exceedingly high order but ean not take the place of teligion if the societies are to do the duty which Is laid jipon them. The speaker said ministers these clays thought too much of sermons um riot Gncagh of sin. The speaker roundly denounced the hog nhilosophv of the States which during recent years has swept over Western Canada. Materialism has IHI OPEN .SANDHEAD I STOP CftTARRHl------- NOSTRILS AND HEAD Says Cream Applied In Nostrlb Relieves Hwd-Coldn at Onec. It your nostrils are clogged am your head is stuffed and you can' breathe freelj oecause of a coW o eatauh, Just get a small bottle o Llj s Cream llilm at nnj drug store Apply a little of fragrant anti septic cream into your nostrils and let it penetrate through every air sage ot sour head soothing ind heal ing the inflamed swollen mucous membrane and you get instant re lief Ah! how good it feels. Your uos Irils are open, your held is clear, n< more hawking snuffling, blowinn, no more hendacl'p or MrugKlini for BIj s Cream Btlm li jus what from catarrh need Its a delight J n Hlrinboiham ft Co Limited, Iliug Slstg You may be deceived some day by an imitation oJ n DII4 and possibly you will not detect this imitation until the tea-pot reveals it. Demand always the genuine "Salada" in the sealed aluminum packet, and aca that you get it, if you want that unique flavour of Siesh, clean leaves properly prepared and he church. The task was great, but t could be done, and an earnest ap- peal was. made to all to help forward he work. During the Interval a solo was sweetly rendered by Miss Fennor. The next speaker was Rev. S. T. j Bartlett, who opened his address by remarking that while all hail listened j with great Interest to the last speaker, atlli, while he (Mr. MacNiven) spoke of things as he found them in this district, no one should judge the whole of the work of these organiza- tions by one place. There never were so f'nany young people's societies in the Methodist church as today. In membership also there was a big in- the last year over 000 names were added to the roll, and more live and devoted workers were now connected with the church than ever before in its history. This Morninfl's Session This morning's session was devot- ed to a study of week-day activities in relation to the various sections of Sunday school -work. Rev. J. V. Howey, oi Stavely, presided over a S Standing of Candidates in Subscription Contest Keep in Mind the.Fact that the Vote Schedule Will Positively Be Hedu Next Subscriptions Turned in or Mailed Up To and Including Next Tuesday. November 30, Will Be Worth More Voico iiiar. After that Up Your Former Good by Making Most of First Period. good attendance. Mrs. A. Kress read a Paper dealing.with week-day mentary division. Young children see life mainly from-their mothers' point of view, and because of this the teach- ers should pay visits to the homes of their'scholars and so bind this school and home closer together. In addi- tion to helping the child it was quite apparent that .sany attention shown to a' child by visiting, also aroused interest in the. parents, and this in ieirest should as well as the lesson on the Sabbffth. The main part of her address, however, dealt with the preparation of the teacher. A program of the service should be ar- ranged early and the teacher should spend much time in prayer and thoughtful meditation using also in the lesson small illustrations of daily life which would help force to the child's mind the lessons of the Bible. "Week-day Activities; Secondary Division, was the subject of a splendid address by Mrs. A. Brick- er. In these days of universal educa- tion, she said, 'the women oi tomor- row were the same as the girls of today. Industry would be responded to hv industry, truth by truth, rev erence for God by; reverence, .rood homes, good schools, good countrie_, where justice and 'patriotism stood high would have effect on the present generation of girls According to the speaker, mothers- should be the dearest- friend of girls. If the mother, failed, the Sunday school teacher should trv and fill the gap. Failure by both was very often the cause of girls going wrong Rev. H. Cobbledick followed with an address on Senior and Adult Divisions. Social life is not a side issue, but should be viewed as a very important constructive side of church work. The religious side of life is not among the dead, :all life is holy and sacred and the social side is as much religious as taking part in church work. Religion covers everything So- ciability, if properly organized, should lift to a highet plane and souls should be thrilled with the- vast opportuni- ties of the present age the e Yoting was moderate in the list for today. The lead has been taken by a LethbriilRo candidate, but many of the best, workers are very closely bunched. In fact, tile margin between the first twenty-one candidates 13 not such that it should be considered any handicap. Anyone wJlo roa'.ly means all the candidates do mead be able to gather ten or fifteen yearly subscriptions in a short time, and If an occasional two-year subscription is secured, the votes will count eo much the faster. But most important of all right now is the changing of the value 'of. subscriptions. Every subscription turned in at the contest office, or mail- ed from out of the city between theh present time and up to and includins next Tuesday (November 30) will be given the first period vote, which, is approximately 20 Der cent, bigher then tho voto value from December 1 to the close of the contest. Tomorrow, Saturday, and next Monday and Tuesday will be very inf- portant days, and should also be very busy ones for all the candidates In the 'list. Ten yearly subscriptions at the first period rate will be worth. 40 000 votes to and including next Tuesday, after that date rotas. Five two-year subscriptions will bring a candidate if turnea 111 on or before next Tuesday, after that date votes. Put on high-pressure steam uutil next Tuesday, but don't stop then. Da your very beet all the time. Following is the complete list of candidates with tho vote today: Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South Mils Isabel Inketer, Barons. Alta. Mrs. Thomas Bernler, 2 First Street South Mrs. Pearl Ross, Bow fslantl, John Hardleville, Alta. Mlsc Rita McAndrewo, Retlaw, Alta. Miss Thelma McEachern, 537 14th Street South O, H. Benson, Commerce, Alta. Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Alta. Miss Iva Walker, 624 Ninth Street South Robert Lackenby, Bow Island, Alta. Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethbrtdge, P. O. Box 397 Mrs. 0. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Alta. Miss Annie Pelletier, Monarch, Alta. Miss Sadie Nlven, Frank, Alta Miss Eva Mutton, 614 Sixth Avenue South Miss Louise Scott, Macleod, Aita. Miss Thelma White, Foremost, Alia. Miss Lula Nellson, Cardstou, 'Alta. Oeo. T. Wride, Raymond, Alta. Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek, Alta. Gunnar Tibcrg, AHa. Miss Elsie Park., Cranbrook, ,B, G; John- Cropley, Fifth Aye. A South Miss Winnifred I. Seljftnc, '111 7th Street A South. A. Mollvena, A. n. I. Library, Box 1119, Lett Gerald Oulmagc, Seven' Persons, Alta. Mia Donnelly, Travers, Alta. Miss Alvlna Gorham, Coutts, .Alta. Robert Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hal! Miss Goldie Pohlman, Altorafio, Alta. Mrs. John Reeson, Deorlng, Alta. 70.300 MOO. The Daily Herald to the States Is the rame price as In 00 tec year. All subscriptions to the Stages for the Weeklv Heiald are at the ntq of 50 nei year, the efti.t 50c being for postage Subscribers may pas at the Contest Office and haie the votes to any candidate in the list. ________ IBS 01 Ult! JJieacuu in ;onception of the directing of social ind rehp ous life of the voung people schnof TO his address Mi Bmtlett spoke a