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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB TEN MILLION DOLLARS Of the new Canadian War Loan was subscribed for by CANADIAN Life Insurance 'Companies. ARE YOU PATRIOTIC when you buy Life Insurance in companies that are NOT CANADIAN? Insure In the Mutual Life As- surance Co. of Canada, CANADA'S ONLY MUTUAL Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. After the Game Haven's popular song .up t Last Saturday) In the classic shades of Princeto Sits a Tiger, sad, and sick, And he looks as (hough his feature. Had been flattened by a brick. Both his ears wero chewed to pieces And he wears a busted slat, And the halls ofVaseau tremble At the yowlings of that catl ".My. advjce to other Tigers- Gather close and get it right- Is to keep aivay from Bulldogs Till you're sure they cannot In the Bowl at Jar New Haven Sits a Bulldog big and grim. And he grins the grin, of x'ictory, For there are no marks on him. Now he licks his chops, contented, As he_ wags a stubby tail, And New Haven's hills re-echo the fighting bark of Yale: "My advice to other Bulldogs, Who would 'beat the Tiger's Jaws Is to grab him as he crouches And, to bite before he claws." It is safe to tease a tiger -When you hold him 'by the tail. But you shouldn't kid a bulldog When he wears the Y of Yale. The Only One The ladiea to catch the eye With hats and dresses new; The college lad is lust as bad, Arid airs his fashions, too. But, after all, in Spring or Fall, This truth remaineth still, TJie soldier 'boy's the only guy That's all dressed up to kill. 'J. R. Capablanca, the chess phen- omenon, who toured the country last year, mowing down, all opposition, with a record of ,3S6 victories to one defeat, is on ilie warpath again. He will start his winter rampage among Washington chess experts. There i star on the fistic horizon that is gradually getting brighter and brighter. This is Jack Dillon. Dil- lon has cleaning ,up everything lie can find during the past year or so. The visible supply of middle- weights has disappeared and he is now. after the heavier hoys. Jack has beaten a bunch of heavies far out- weighing himself, and now he is COOPER FORGES AHEAD OF OLD- FIELD WITH TWO LAPS TO GO ONLY TWO MORE DAYS OF BIG VOTE PERIOD ONLY TWO MORE DAYS OF THE FIRST PERIOD OF THE HERALD SUB- SCRIPTION CONTEST-AFTER TODAY. NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY WILL BE VERY BUSY DAYS WITH THE ACTIVE CANDIDATES. San Francisco, Cat., Nov. Cooper won the ido-mile dirt track automobile race at.the Panama-Pacific exposition, yesterday, making the dis- linco in 1 Jiour 48 minutes and 37 seconds. Barney Oldfieid led until the ninety- Khlh lap. when (Jooper forged ahead to a victorious finish. It was a close race throughout, and the racers were closely bunched until tile ninetieth lap, ivheu Oldfield and Copper went into the lead to fight it out! The racers finished in the following order: Cooper, Oldfield, Durant and Tetzlaff. The race was for a JaOOO All the candidates and Jholr friends know that tho value of subscrip- tions in votes will he reduced after next Tuesday. Each yearly subscription will be .reduced 500 voles, and each two-year subscription for tho Dally drops 2000 votes next Wednesday. Candidates, leave no stone unturned Monday and Tuesday. The larger your report the better your chances will be to win the 51000 prize. There was very general voting in tho list for today. The iietlaw can- didate, with nearly votes to her credit, leads the list, with other coun- try and city contestants also having high scores. One new nomination has been received. Miss Rita McAndrewii, Retlaw, Alia................... 89.COO Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethbridse, P. O. Cox 397 82.MO Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taller, Alia................ Mrs. Thomas Bernier, 3 First Street South Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, CALLAHAN TO MANAGE ANGELS :ormer White Sox Boss Buys Stock In Coast League Club Los Angeles, Cal., Nrov, F. 'owers, owner of the Los Angeles league club, announced today hat James Callahan, former manager f the Chicago American league team, rould manage the Los Angeles team ext season. Callahan bought a block f Los Angeles stock, and succeeds as lanager Frank Dillon, who has pilot- d the aggregation for ten years. Callahan will have at least a fourth nterest in the Los Angeles club, ac- ording to Powers, 'who added that allahan might buy o.ut Thomas Der- mody, a minority stockholder. "Callahan will 'be out here before ie said Powers. "He wil ave full authority to do with, the clul s he likes." NEBRASKAN WRESTLER HAD NO TROUBLE IN BEATING HIS OPPONENT SEE P1TTSBURG WIN rent Crowd Witnesses Downfall t Penn State, 20 to 0 Pittsonrg, Pa., Nov. ousand persona saw the University Pittsburg defeat tho Pennsylvania bate college, here .yesterday, by a ore of 20 to 0. Hastings for Pitts, rg- was the star, scoring 17 'points. IB winners made most of their gains tho use of straight football. A mber of forward passes were- at- mpted, but only one was completed. Frank1 Jloran and Jess Willard. has a willing enough spirit, but weight would he much against He his his chances frith a man the size of Will- ard: AY SUTTON BUNDY IS WINNER ing Beach, Cal., Nov. ay Button Bundy, former national omen's tennis champion, defeated Molla Bjurstedt, the present title- holder, 6-1, 6-4, in a feature niattth of the invitation tennis tournament which opened here, yesterday. Miss Bjurstedt won. from Mrs. Bun- dy In an exhibition match recently in San Francisco. Miss Florence Suttou, sister of Mrs Bundy, defeated Miss Mary Brown who won the national championshi] three times, 6-4, 6-3, in an exhibition match. Neb., Nov. took Toe Stecker, Dodge City, Neb., heavy- weight wrestler, nine minutes to re- tain his claim to the championship of the world, in his match this afternoon with Yussif Hussane, the Bulgarian- Turk. Stecker won the first fall in four minutes with a scissors and bar- lock, the second with a scissors and wrist lock in five minutes. Stecker had an advantage of three pounds in weight. At only one time in the match was he in any tro.uble, and that for only a brief neriofl. Miss Isabel Inhster, Barons, Alta............... Miss Thelma McEachern, 637 Hth Street South Miss Iva Walker, 624 Ninth Street South Miss Frances Lawsoh, 812 Third Avenue South Mrs. Pearl Ross, lion- Island, Alta............ Robert Lackenby, Bow Island, Alia.................. John Wright, Uardieville. Alta. Miss Annie Pelleti'er, Monarch, Mrs. G. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Alta................. IVNss Thelma M.'Whyte, Foremost, Alta......... Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alta...................... Miss Eva Huttbn, C14 Sixth Avenue South Miss Louise Scott, Jlacleod, Aila..................... Miss Lula Neilson, Cardstou, Alta.................... Geo. T. Wride, Raymond, Alta........................ Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creelc, Alta............... Robert Hardy, No. Fire Hall Gunnar Tiberg, Blairmore, Alta. Miss Elsie Park, Cranbrook, B C John Cropley, 1210 Fifth Ave. A Mis, Winnifred Sellens, 711 7th Street A A. Mcllvena, A. H. j. Llljrary> Box Gerald Dulmage, Seven Persons, Alta Miss Sylvia Donnelly, Travers, Alta. Miss Goldie Pohlman, Altorado, Alta................ Mrs. John Reason, Deenng, 'Alta............ MissAlvera Theline, Ortoll, NOTE-During few days a number of subscribers have made This 7S.SOO 6.900 S.OOO Complete Line of VICTOR RECORDS and MACHINES Always in Stock R. A, WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweller Vidtor Records for December big day of all the well taken care of on the December list of Victor Records. They go on Sale Today Some popular selections in great favor at present are given there are many oihers. Hear them quickly and select your Christmas gifts from them. There is nothing more desirable. TEH-INCH, DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS AT CENTS FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS, 1 THI: Little Honolulu Loi In Monterey Love in Springtime Clias. Harrison) Elizabeth Wheeler) (Boy Soprano) Master Wm. Pickcls Boiieme Musetta Waltz Master Wm. Pickels Wedding of the Winds Waltz Pietro Deiro 1 Estiidiantina-Wiiltz- Pietro Deiro SOMIC BliA.UTI.KUI. RED SEALS Adeste Fideles (Chorus and Chimes) McCorniack 74436 88537 Mighty Lab' a Rose Calvary (Bass Solo) Herbert Witherspoon 74450 Daily Herald to the Slates is me same price as m Canada-13.00 per All subscriptions to the States tor the Weekly Herald are at the rate of per year, the extra oOc being for postage. HOPPE SETS NEW BILLIARD RECORD New York, N.Y., Nov. Hoppe'e high run in the second inn- ing of his match TVlth Coehran points, established a neT? world's re- cord for 18.2 balk-line billiards! The former high mark was 307; 'made by Hoppe against Jake Schaofer, .in challenge match'in Chicago in 1906. MJNERS WIN Nov. oiir- Skates KEEP YOUR'MONEV !N THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald GUN8MJTH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 407 6th 81. S.1 Phone 1032 COLORADO Denver, Colo., tain was rung down on Hocky'lloun tain conference Jootball for tho sea- son of 1915 yesterday, the de- feat.of Colorado College.'bY the State School of Mines, 6 to 3, in Denver, and the defeat of Denver university at Port Collins, Colorado Ag- gies, 34 to 3. The Aggies have gone through the season undefeated. I RIVERS MORRISSEY St Anthony, Idaho, NOT. Rivers of Los Angeles knocked ou Lee of Oklahoma Oily, lie- tonight in the fifth round of .a schcdul ed 12-round bout Rivers put liis op- ponent out with a terrific left to the body. The men ars lightweights. HOCKEYIST IS INJURED Brandon, Nov. Praser known from Atlantic to Pacific, as a hockey player, .Is in Brandon hospital with a fractured skulj. Fraser ls_a switchman, and received the injury while coupling a coach on the Moose Jaw local.. His condition is seriow He was originally from Smith's Palls. FHISCO TEAM WINNER Chicago, 111., Nov. Francisco team, made up of Percy Lawrence and Haraley, won the sbMlay bi. cycle race, which .came to a finisli hero tonight. They made 2582 miles In the: 144 hours. You can smoke a barrel of them and feel fine at the finish, so mild, mellow and tasty are Black Cat Cigarettes. The even roll and pack, the free draught and the cool, aromatic the. result of the latest improved methods and machinery BlacR Cat Cigarettes the most satisfying of all smokes. Made in mild and medium strengths. Get a packet now. Try them out. Pass a few on to your friends. And save the profit-sharing may be exchanged for hundreds of useful articles Christmas gifts for everyone. Fill in the coupon below and mail at once for Gift Catalogue-FRCE. Black Cat (Cigarettes-lOforlOCeiits EDMONTON BOXER SECURES A DECISION BEFORE SPOKT ANE CROWD VidrolalX With 15 ten-inch, double-sided Victor Records (30 selcdidnK.'icur cbmce) Sold on easy payments, if desired Other Victrolas from to (on easy .payments, if te Master's Voice" .any town or ;city in Canada. Write for free copy of pur 450-page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000 Victor Records. BERLINER GRAMOPHONE CO. LIMITED Spokane, Nov. 'Sealer of Edmonton, former local lightweight, made his first ap- pearance in several years before Spokane boxing fans last night at the smoker at Jones', hall, Hillyard, and "won a hairline decision over-Tommy McKevitt, in four rounds. The crowd of probably 300 was far from satis- 'ied with the decision, boisterously shouting that it should have been a draw. Sealer appeared ia the ring in new vliite silk trunks, neatly pressed, and looked to be in tip-top shape. It was his ring generalship that won him the decision. forced the almost from .the first, but the landed more punches. There was not a dull moment during the four rounds. Paul Steele and Sammy Germond fought a draw, and Jack Campbell was outpointed toy Jakey Morrow in two .other bo.uts. Lenoir Street -MONTREAL DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY ONE PRICK, 10 COAST VICTOR IN 'CANADA LOOK FOB "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" ".TRADEMARK New Agencies Considered Where We Are Not Properly Represented Mason Risch, Limited Phone 791. 21 WESTERN BRANCHES. 404 5th Street South. GOLF NOTABLE TO THE CFRONT Jack White, who won the British open championship in 19Q4, as 'the latest goli notable to johv the' army: White has enlisted as a the London Scottish. Ho is the sec- ond open champion in the uar, at, Arnaud Massy, the Frenchman who won the title at Hois'oke in 1907, is already on the firing line. U.S. Gridiron Scores THANKSGIVING DAY RESULTS Kansas City 8, Missouri 6. Georgetown 90, St. Louis 0. Western Reserve 26, Case 20. Miami university 24, University of Cincinnati 12. Ames 26, Drake 14. Creighton 0, South Dakota 0. Lafayette 27, Dickinson 7.. Sacramento A. C. 6, Nevada uni- versity 0. Villa Nova 33, Fordliam 0. Rutgers" 70, New York university 0. Holy Cross Worcester Tech. 0. Virginia 14, North Carolina 0.. Washington and Jefferson 27, Le- iinh 3. Gctfvshure 13, Franklin and Mar- hall. Georgia Tech. 7 Auburn 0. Vanilerbllt 28, Sewanee 3. Chattanooga university 30, Ken- ucky Central 0. Georgia'13, Clenison 0. Washington and Lee 46, North Car- lina Aggies 13. Louisiana State university 12, Tll- ine 0. Ouachila college 6, Mississippi col- leec 0. Hcndrix college 19, Henderson Brown college 0." Baylor'51. univer- sity 0. Arkansas 45, Oklahoma School of Mines 0. Tripitv university 14, Southern MethQdist university 0. Daniel Baker 1, Howard Payne 0. Transylvania university 26, Univer-, nil' of Louisville 0. "MADE Di CANADA' Ford Touring Car Price You'll get less expense "kicking in the clutch" than by "pushing on the lines." The Ford will triple your horse delivery service and tTici'ease your profits. Give the economical. Ford 'a chance' to cut down your cost of doing business. The Runabout is now the Town Ford, Ontario. All cars completely equipped, including electric headlights Equipment does not include ometer. Get particulars, from THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE S.......... PHONE MS. ;