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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ummmnc.E HERALD- PAGE THREE MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1910 HERALD BIG FKENCH ADVANCE ON SOMMB TRANNG HERE fioiillicrn Boxer is Favorite With the FaiiH-Kid Evans and Frank Manlcll Will Work Out With Him in Latter's Gym. United Slates Football Having Big Gridiron Scores Word reached the Herald Young ZE the Alberta Cafe tonight, and as tins the ofwmb h to ft Uno to the Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 2L-Ilarvard piled up 47 points against Massachu- setts agricultural college today and easily kept the visitors from scoring. Notwithstanding the big total tally Harvard's offense proved very ragged. Casey again gave a brilliant exhibi- tion of open field running, but his long gains were due cllicflv to his heTecei'ved1 'little help from his inter- ference. Navy Scores Lucky Victory Linos Earn Right to Meet Comps in Play off by Beating Press THE FINAL GAME TONIGHT By taking three straight from the Press gang on Saturday night, t ho' Linos earned the right to meet the I Coiiins In the final play-off for the championship of the Herald five-pin bowline league. Each team lias won two and lost one during the series, the extra match needed to decide the championship promises to be a huiudinper. This will be played to- so that the decks wil1 High School Basketball and Football Teams Town Wins a Game wit, wort WIU, KM-n, who lays claim AVhilc nere to the middleweight championship o he Annapolis. Md., Oct. iM.-Again tak- to the mieweg Frank who is beginning to.get wants a match cither will line from where it was carried over. JOCill lavui i'..... best condition of his career and that lining up to suit the most two boys in action on Thursday. The preliminaries promise t'A glance at the map shows that all of these lands are in proximity to the Old Man and the Little Bow Ih -line some tnree "weeks The proprietors would enhance, the ha.ir4B bushels to the. acre in general value of all of these lands if niac'es and on an average 32 bushels wjge Brecuuuons are taken to see that over 400'..acres. He has also 450 acres ,e rights oE ,vay to. these At Williamsto Williamstown 0. At Rochester N Rochester 14, Buffalo 0, Broitn -0, The ten-pin league will start off on the right foot tomorrow night wnen the Linos meet the Coiuiis. xvlU> Caro- TI11S U.Sllll-t glillll mill, and Although weather signs are by (mQny ot the surrounding farmers may, when occasion requires it, be able to have watering places for their stock. _ "We are beginning to understand now that there .need-bo no regrets'of any kind at the further taking lip of ranching land for farming. The super- intendent of the Dominion Experimen- tal Farm Mr. W. H. Fairfield, stated at" last week's livestock meeting of the Board of Trade, that the ordinary grain farm could easily na u, rennessiseB At Exeter, N. M.-Yale freshmen 28, Phillips Exeter of Louisville 6. At Alliance, Ohio-Case 12, lowa-Creighton 0, Du- buqne 6, tie. aitiiuusii i.ju no means encouraging, yet farmers are optimistic. C. S. Noble started Jit sunrise this morning an effort to lin- ish the tliresh-ng on the record tract of 1000 acres on his east farm and 'other outfits are ..expected to begin work before noon today. One tract of 302% acres just northeast, of town yielded an average'of 44 bushels per icre while 45 bushels were raised, on a half-section some six miles west of here. Some of the farmers have tak- en'advantage of "the suspension of threshing to get some fall plowing done in readiness for .next spring. BARONS Barons, Oct. opera- tions have again been seriously inter- rupted by the snow storm of last Mon- day and Tuesday, nearly a whole having been lost. Some outfits "vveeK naviuB are endeavoring to resume work to sustain re as were Thursday night, match. ARION IS DISPOSED OF One-lime Champion Trotter Giver, Away by Savage Estate Savage, Minn., Oct. one time champion trotter of the world, has been given to Lister Wintersponn of Chat-1 of Versailles, Ky, by holders of the estate of the late M. W. Savage, it Mount! was announced here, today. At one -'time Arion, now 26 years oia was sold for As a Ar- ion trotted to the high sulky m At Cincinnati Ohio Northern 9, nany neau o. ver carried on the same' acreages by inging live stock. The trade of this ity of Lethbridge therefor will tend o "greatly increase by the opening up of these lands. The farmers will bo better for their new neighbors vill stimulate demands for better chools and better roads as well as or better railway facilities. ,The greater the production the greater the advantages presented by better mar- The Dominion Bowling Alleys, in the basement of the .Dominion liulldlng, will be open afternoons and evenihga cosmenoing to- morrow, October 24th, for the convenience of its patrons, Ten-Pin League Entries are now- being received for the City Ten-Pin 'League, which Get your.namc in; if you wish to take .ipart in this competition. THE DOMINION BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement Dominion Building) Angeles-Whittier college 26, Arizona university 10. _ At C. freshmen 34, Ne- vada 0. "There Is no need to disparage .the benefits that this community has litherto derived from the initial inter- est of the Cameron .family in these ands, and from the carrying of live- stock on them, and in any case these good people will have a very hand- some solace in parting from, the .lands by counting up the profits derived from a purchase at sixty cents per acre and a sale at such may -get now. While -we thus 'speed the parting we may very .well be considering that It is the incoming guests that we shall have to live with and do business with, and we would wish them to have a due conception now, rather than. later on, of some o[ the disabilities of tills climate. We have not always had years as produc- tive as 1915 and 1916; we shall have 1910's an-J 19H's again too. The far- mers who buy those lands will have in mind the. fact that land broken In 1917 will not crop till .1918, and it would be hard to say what grain prices will be by then. We would wis.i..iO liave them consider these points when purchasing, and wo want to.seerthem lake up their new: enterprise at such prices and on such terms as will _ en- able them to 'stay with the game'. "I have received from the school lands branch statements-of the prices realized at the recent .sales of lands in the Carm'angay and Vulcan dis- tricts. We heard a lot at the.lime that these sales were .the highest prices paid The aclual figures show that 260 quarter sections were sold, and the average, price, per acre was HE IS OUT OF IT New York, Oct. to advices reaching here, Gen. Fallten- havn commander of the Germa-n forc- es in the field on the east front, has been wounded and will not be able to continue his duties as commander-in- chief.__________ A big twelve-storey, office building costing and haying a church in its centre, has been planned for which still stands as a record. Minor Heir, another famous horse STRIKERS REFUSE OFFERS Bayonne, N. X, Oct. strik- ing Standard Oil employees at a meet- ing today refused to accept the terms offered .by the company. John A. Mot- fat and James Smythc, federal concili- ators, arrived here today and conferred with Mr. Hennessy. Memphis, Tenn. DENY GERMANS RHODES SCHOL- ARSHIPS London, Oct. house of com- mdns this evening passed the second reading of the Rhodes estate bill, which would exclude Germans hence- forth -from .enjoying scholarships at Oxford uniyerstiy under the Cecil jfUiodes1 trust fund. "Give me 1-2-3-4-5." "Drop a nickel, the counter in the little corner it's sold the largest selling gum in the world. Because it benefits while it gives the longest-lasting pleasure for the price. Starland Tonight arid-Tomorrow. Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., WrigJey Building, Toronto, tor the Sprightly Spearmen', funny Mother Goose boofc ;