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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Safety First Features of stock Life Insur- ance Companion are Incorporat- ed In the MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA ALSO: The Pelloyholden-oet ALL THE PROFITS This cannot bo said of Stock Companies, "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. THE LET.UBIUPGE DAILY HERALO AUIISJJKJDITJICAVKLL PAGE THREE fill 10 GO MORAN NOT INCLINED TO MEET IE! FULLS The llttlo old steam roller from th '.Herald office was at work on the Y AI.C.A. bowling alleys again last nigh and-crushed the Campbell, Wilson Home squad in two straight games The first game was taken by a mar gin of 13S pins, and the second by -15 pins, the high score made by Evans in the last instance putting the argu ment on Ice lor the Herald contin Bont. The match was by a total of 183 pins. The Scores C. W. 4 H.- S. -Horne.. Crawford T. Horne.. Btnton. Cascaden Groff....... Kvans.. 122 00 111) 106 31S 167 136 153 FULTON IN TION AN ELIMINA- TEST Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. An- drews, Milwaukee boxing promoter, announced today that he had receiv- ed an option from .Mike Collins, man- ager of Fred' Fulton, that Fulton wouid sign articles to meet Frank .Moran at a date prior to March ilso for a match with Jess Willard, champion heavyweight, the latter to ie during Jlardl Gras week, both con- csts to he before a Now Orleans club. Andrews is acting for Torterieh Uunis of New Orleans. The arti- :les havo not yet been signed by Fill- on, hut Andrews said today they vere expected shortly HAMILTON TIGERS' RECORD The Hamilton Tigers, who won the 1% Four, anil In the playoff for the Dominion of Canada Rugby utlo, defeated thp Toronto II. n run up tl remarkable record. In their seven straight victories their scoriii" record has been- Tigers. Tigers. Tigers. Timers. Tigers. Tigers. Tigers. Total----138 ere expece sorty. Fulton is at present at Rochester, j HOWEVER OTTAWA CLUB IS linn linn., for a slight operation on his asal organ. I Moran Is Not Eager New Orleans, La., Nov. OPPOSITION TO BEAN NTRY Toronto, Out., Nov orono, ut., Nov 35 gilt promoters who recently signed ments have bee, nractica iy ess Willard for a championship boutied, though as vet" without the sane ere in March with. an opponent to be tion of the directors "f the NatS' amed by December, stated today that (Hockey association, for the trSe om Andrews was actine as their .-iir. of flm transfer ohi Andrews was acting as their ag- it in .negotiations with Fulton. They an for Fulton and Frank Moran to ght an elimination bout, the winner meet Willard. Moran has refused to fight Fulton, A rgos Argos .Montreal Ottawa .Montreal Ottawa Toronto R. A. of the Toronto and Shamrocks iran- chises to Boston. The owner of the two clubs, E. J. Livingstone, is under- stood to have wired President Quinn stating the situation here as between the management of the arena where professional hockey has been played ON THE SI you? The Model Maid She makes no threat to summon help, In fact she offers no objection, iMy arm goes firmly 'round her waist My ears detect no interjection, Atn nn- r "icj IJU.VM iiruiessiona! nOckey has upon u -i "uines a concession, though, stating that should the arena people decide to give a larger percentage of a mini- mum guarantee to the local clubs the Torontos will stay here; the Siiam- rocks to be disposed of at the league's dis-retion But if the arena people decide agimst the terms the Na tional Hockej issoclation nil! he ask ed for consent to fa1- franchises to Boston It k stated that Boston promoters have offered favorable terms for the chance of obtaining a professional hockey team. Opposes Boston Entry Nov. 26.-A Between Friends 'Say, old chan, you're a good friend ol' mine, aren't you'' 'Sure.. And you're a good friend of mine, aren't Sure. And, say, I want to borrow ten dollars. 'Quiet, Major, quiet.' Listen. So do I Winners of the Dominion Rugiiy and if you-can .find anybody with a championships since 1900 are few bucks to spare, let me know, will' Most recent picture of the English heroine of Brussels murdered by tl Huns for aiding English and Belgians to escape Prussian cruelty Engiis tte Year. Winner. College Ottawa.......... ott "03 and match. Loser Brockville DEPLORE LACK TRAINING IN HOMES OF TODAY Otta-wa, Ont.. triple ujpie schedule with a four-club league, looTra Argonauts lihe the programme of the N.H.A. this spnsnn College season. The belief prevalent here Is that Experience this maid has had: She murmurs not-when I.caress her P-r 'ips s-s wax her heart is too And I'm the window-dresser notice that the meil tickets of irgonauts Uessrs ej and Lingford hai e s hid to be replenished The Needless Needle 'Now, said the young who was showing his visiting mother the Wonderful sights of the city, "would you like to go into the park and see Cleopatra's Needle' 'I didn't know that.hussy ever used a needle. She didn't spend m.ncJi time from the scanty wardrobe she had-in all the pictures of her that ever saw When you realize that Pat Mora reamed all of S> 000 tor winning th Nation J league pennint while Jaw Ottawa inhere will he no professional hockey JIcGIIl in Toronto this season, and the trans- Peterboro fer of the Shamrock s franchise to any city than Hamilton would not "Ottawa lie countenanced by any league Tigers Boston would only increase the mile. Argonauts age of the association ind add to Argonauts rather than detract from expenses. Parkdale Jt is learned that Manager Living. 'Varsity of Toronto and Shamrocks, de- Toronto R. A. to pool all gates, but this'was refused. The Shamrocks have Hot drawn enough in two seasons at hoine to equal one big gate at Ottawa [PATRICK HAS NEW STAR HOCKEYIST FROM PRAIRIES Vancouver, B.C., Nov. ent Patrick of the Vancouver club an- McOrnn got JO 000 hsh and flnisha last it it, eisjlj its own reward. seen that urtue is Any way you, look at it, the life o .a football cpach is not exactly a bee oi ro es If his team n ins, the man makes, the touchdown gets all the credit, -and if it loses the coach gets the hooki Wolgast may meet Welsh soon says a despatch, hut doesn't add that besides shaking hands the two will probabl, do the latest fox trot for ten rounds and then go around and ilividc the receipts ttas the publu. dinner jou i ent o a success 'Jt wus the best dinner I at- or a speech on the program hadton ilitis Every speaker who was down The public: is urged to exercise ev- er j' care in packing parcels for the troops is careful picking is abso lutel) essential to ensure ueliveiy ol the parcels m good order sent abroad require a hlgn er standard of packing than is ue es- saty in the Canadian- Parcel Post and this applies with even greater force to parcels for the troops. Those which are inadequately... packed run peat risk of damage or loss of con thin cardboard tents. laper or packed in nonnced today that a well-known prairie .hockey amateur was on his way to the coast, but until the play- er reports lor dutj on Saturdi; he absolutely refuses to state the name of the unknown star. It is altogether likely that the youngster will be placed in Victoria, as he is said to 'he a defence player. 3ETROIT AMERICANS SIGN ROY M'TIGOE OF TORONTO Detroit Inch Noi Me igue, a .left-handed pitcher, who made a fine showing with the Toronto lub of the International league list tiling -wrong in. the nursery. The rea- son, in the speaker's opinion, is in the home life. In a lot of cases, the in- fluence is an} thing but healthful to lead young, active church membership. The Sunday school has the.child for only one hour on Sun- and in many cases the influence of all the rest of .the week is opposed to Christian character build- ing. The home department takes in ev- erybody who cannot, or will not, at- tend Sunday school are two sides' to u Sunday school: the inside and the outside, and by far the larg est numbers are outside. In Leth- bridge, the speaker affirmed, there were only. 10 or 15 per cent, of the homes which professed to be Christ- ian homes, that you could count as be- ing at the back of jhe church md on worship. Modern Christians had low ered the standard to please them- selves. 'These were-what he would call weak-kneed, jelly-fish Christians. rural TIONT PVGE) are problems which do not tiouble all -young people alike. The young are not all of one standard. greatest problem that has to. b are those of, the home The faced the am- isements and the luie of questionable companions To pine these no attraction, to others they are great and vast problems.. God has placed a great lesnonsibihtj on the jouu peo pie of this Thev must ie member that are not scatteied units but one of i great tamilj, ujtiil bod at its head. teconje useful men and the oung people must find out the true purpose of life Thtj must think It is a hard propo sition to be a tr.ue man or woman If we are to exist as human beings with wills of our own, we -must find out what purpose there is in that ex Stout? No TYPE MODELS are an important feature of Fashion-Craft Clothes. ASK FOR E, F. OR G. if you are portly then note the satisfying change in your appearance, -j All sizes same price. All prices moderate." Obtainable L. KEEL 318 5th Street, South la the interva" plained the -aim Claude ex the choral festi ol ordinary brown paper afford suffi- cient protection. The following .forms of packing are recommended Strong double cardboard boxes, pre- erabh those made of corrugated ardboard, anil having lids which com- trolt EDWE BU-RNS TAKES BRIDE San Francisco, Cal., Nov. Bums catcher for the Philadelphia Nationals was mimed here todaj to Miss Viola letelj enclose the sides of the V'ol.a La Porte of s "ul_ Cal Bldie Hallman oi the bait Ijfllif" nlnh n nr. Strong wooden boxes. Several folds of stout packing pa >er Additional security is avoided by n covering of linen, calico or am as hicl should be secureh CROWp DELIGHTED WITH SMITH'S GREAT BOWLING Now, I'll bowl you a 300 score. sen n up .The address oh the parcel should he written m ink on the nrofenbh m two places The d-idress of the sender ol the parcel should also be stated in order that it mav be returned if imdcluer- able The contents of the parcel should be stateu m writing on th" v f cover In the case of parcels sent to the bait Lake Baseball club man. IF BACK HURTS _USE 1 the best .a'l, which it is expected, will be held at Lethbridge early next year, and ap- pealed for support'from the outlying Miss 1C was to speak i "Teacher was unable to be present. This subject was dealt with by the Rev. Bartlett. Mr. Bartlett gave a resume of the beginning of the teachers' traminp course, and stated that last year there were over 5000 students enrolled, and 11S7 papers .were examined.' An out- line study of the standard course, con- sisting of. Bible of the pupil, teacher's study, and history and management of the. school was th given. Business -Meeting There "were not many items of bu ness to be brought up ind the) ue soon disposed of. The main item w: the .passing of a resolution to rai: J250 for camp equipment for tbe'sin mer school. It was also decided 'hold the summer -school next year six miles fro SALTS FOR KIDNEYS I Crows'Neat Gdlemaii. The address by .Mrs. Bricker 'Week-day Activities, Secondary D MSion Girls considered so that it was decided it prmte and "circulated among the variou New York citj, champion er of the world to 500 fan jverj stronelj packed' They should ssiblt, s-Ssri bowling establishment in Spokane Wnsh to v, itch Smith and his partner, Alex- Hivii uiumjjiKu jjap er, or similir piote-tive material. ihc outer covering should consist of smlh and his partner, Alex. strong linm, "or canvas punbar give an exhibition of shouli] he sc'cuih sewn un r their skill, in' the course of their.tour of tho west. And tho little easterner made good. Along a'hout the eighth frame the anplause W Ing, but the ciiampion never faltered HP sailed right in and went through without a waver: the performance the croud rushed the cham Dion, and carried him about the allevs on their shoulders ftaith had just given them a wonderful exhibition of bowl- ing before lie hung up the per- fect score, haVlng howled of 233 and 231. His to- tal for these three games 764 he sccureh sewn up riic usp of wooden or metal bovcs with squire comeis is undesirable, as pir- Eat less meat if Kidneys feel lead or Bladder bothers. >Iost folks foi get Hut tile kidness thr clogged slonally vi. tne the bowels get sluggish and and need a flushing occa- else we have backache and eels so picked are liable other parcels in transit. to, injure perish able irticlcs should he sent, and anj- thing hkelv to hecome soft or slicky, such as chocolate's, should be ciclos- cd in tins Parcels merely wrapped in paper or packed in this cardboard such as shoo cannot be accepted. BRITT -ENLISTS New. York, N.v, Nov. Britt Ssn Francisco, "former light Ueleht champion has enlisted In the British army, and ie now en route to the Galllpoll Peninsula according to a letter received here today from Al Ilrltt lived In Vnrlnnd Mi years after losing to Battling Nelson i iint c Uiiunauilt! ailt dull niiseit In the kidney region se lere headaches rheumatic tnmg s torpid liver, acid stomach, sleepless ness and all sorts of Madder dis orders. "Vou simplv must keep jour kidneys e and clean ind the moment you feel an ache ol pain in the kidney region get about tour ounces of lad Salts from ailj good drag store here take a tabiespoonful in a glass of water before breakfist for a few day? and jour kldnejs will then act fine This famous salt- is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice combined with litliu and is harmless to Hush clogged and stim ulate them to norma! activity. It also the acids In the urine so It no longer irritates, thus ending bladder disorders Jfid Salts is harmless, inexpensive, nukes a delightful effenescent lithia drink which should lake aiid then to keep their kid clean, Uius avoiding serious complications A well known local druggist says sells lots of Jirt Salts In folks who Sunday schools In speaking .about this paper, Mr Bartlett slid that tit was the best o its kind he had hearcl It will also b published in one or more of the churc' magazines Evening Gathering The final gathering .of most conveh tions is, for. many reasons, always considered the best, and this one was no exception to the rule. The two addresses last eveningwere most pow erful, and tho.ugh hoth dealt with vast ly different questions they doyetailet well; with tho'general scheme of the gathering K Guess had charge of the .meeting. RPI A D Riclmid of Macleod an address qn "Young People's Prob- lems." "Canada of tomorrow, -will -be what wp.j-oiing people of today make .the his remarks The thief glorj ot some of the cull izations of the oast has been their young, people, should .fee the same in our generation strength and character of pur-young people.must be an essential factor in all that counts for progress and greatness God has a place foi joung people in uc aeua ui jin in toiKS "in naa a Place foi joung people in belieio in overcoming kidney trouble this world and it is the duty of the while it Is only trouble I D Higfn church to help them to stek and to find (hat place Vo must ron? o in Adv.nlsement wlth ,hl8 The joung peoplemustneirm creation and men and women therefore tile suri-Qundine mucn to do with the building of their Environment -count building up of what ive call character The young man or woman sho.uld be a power it during the formative period rightly.use that which God has _ them." Second, amusements The amusements whicli young people loose tell the story of their charac- ter, and also the influence they' will to hear upon others, is to raise up or to lower down.' As servants of Jeans Christ, young Christ ians are called upon to" take great care of their reputations." Third, young people and religion: "A solemn prab lem which young people had to that of the relationship between Go'd and themselves. To solve tills prob 'em correctly two needs were essen- tial, guidance and strength. young reople of the present day needed Jesus Christ for inspiration and example. They needed help and power to en- dure; to conquer and to become what Jesus would have them be." In con- clusion, the speaker brought out pow- erfully the example and Influence on people of a mother's tender love ind as a, motto the following words I can do all things through Christ who makes me strong During an jntenal Mrs Shouldice of the W M S made a strong appeal tor help and a trio Viai aung by Mrs Kress and Misses Don sett and Fen- Lei Hev S T Harriett expressed ins gieat delight at being piesent at such a helpful gathering as the convention had proved to bo AS a common ground for all to depart from the con vention he Intended to make a summary of the work which had been done The great truth brought out had been that all church workers had to teach and demonstrate the truth as t was fauna in the Bible. The church, n its relation to young' people Is not inmanly to get them ready for dying but to teach them how to live In lit erarj beauty the Bible outshone every ther book printed SgHiiii t Low Round Trip Fares to Eastern Canada Yia NwYorkfentml Lines Michigan "The Niagara T-ckets are on sale daily December Itt to 31st, 1915, inclusive; return limit 3 months. In addition to numerous trains to local Michigan Cen tral Canadian points fast through trams provide unmatched service, Chicago to Toronto and Montreal, via Michigan Central R. R. and Canadian Pacific Ry. Leave Chicago Arrive Toronto Arrive Montreal p. m. II20 a m 8.55 a. m. 610 p m 840a m 630p m. 12-05% 4.30pm. Also Low Rouorf Trip to New York and Boston in Connection with tickets to Bermuda West Indira, Cuba, South Amcpca and Trans Atlantic points via Steamahip Snral Five (Fast Trains Every Day UroCbein Airin 9-00 a. m 330 p m. SflQ p m 5.55 p m 7-03 a m 15th a. m. Itt30 n. m: p. m. 540 p m I 1205 midnight o limit five months andaregood f or stop-over at mtnypofnUi st H.S5 m 255 p m. 10-SD p m. 835 p. in 7-05 a m. return including nature's greatest Niagara Palls 1 ho Michigan Central is the only railroad paatiu dftdta the Falls, and ilHnjrtrains ttcp Apply to your loot aiM for licktit, Hi hi anoint ;