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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD 11W AT HEW GAME SCHEDULED FOR NEXT SATURDAY FOR WESTERN CANADA TITLE Kcgina, Oct. Canucks, champions of the Alberta Rugby Uri- i ion by virtue 01 their recent victory over Hdmnnton, will come here nexl Saturday ilek-rmincd to defeat Kegina and wrestle tbe Hugo Ross Cup, em- blematic of the Western Canada rug- by football championship. Had to Guarantee In bringing Calgary Canucks to this city, tbe Kcgiiia Uugby Club has guaranteed That is a whole lot of money at tbe present time. Tbe club propose disposing of sufficient tickets to cover tbe guarantee, and if they should Jiave any money left over whni they pay all expenses and give Calgary fifty per cent, of the gate receipts, they will give it to the The howling season has made its] Patriotic Society, debut at the Y.M.C.A. A league has! Some Fan Will Get the Ball been organized and a .schedule off To add further interestTn the game, games is being arranged to commence1 the executive intend to give away the 'ball that will be used in the game. The league is composed of Business Campbell, Wilson Home Co., Hankers, Battery, Her- ald, KUOX, Y.M.C.A. Dormitory. The league will jj.ailly welcome any further teams that wish to join, pro- vided application is.made lu the sec- 4. EUGENE SANDOW SHOT AS SPY? 4 mi is nTYlCl the All tickets, will be numbered, and the i at and person holding the lucky number will he presented with the ball conclusion of the game. retary of the leagu Young, immediately. e, Mr. I-I. MeG. A cup donated by Mr, H, A. Wright will be presented. to the team that is victorious and individual prizes will be given to each member of the team. The team captains have been chos- en as follows M. S. AIcArthur, Busi- ness Men; J. S. Hqrnn, C. W. H. the OLO-SIYLE TIRE Liverpool, England, Oct. 25. Sandow, the famous athlete, and once reputed to be the trorld'B strongest man, waa shot as a German spy In the Tower of London about two weeks ago, according to rumors here. Sandow for a number of years conducted a physical cul- ture institute in tht- west end of London, which lias been the resort of many fashionable young clubmen and officials of the government. JPAGEjrilREE vou GET THE Most For Your Money Only when you buy Mutual Insurance "If'. 'it's Life Insurance It Must Be_Mutual" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St, South. 100 MANY SPOIL M FIGHTER JESS WILLARD HAS BOUGHT OUT INTEREST HELD BY FRA- ZEE AND WEBBER New York, Oct. on the The Time-Table Following, is.- the time-table for trains in and out of Lethbridge j No. 511 Leaves Mediciim Hat-' 10.40, arr. IS.JO, leaves 16.35, arrives Aldersyde 20.15. No. Aldersydn 3.35, arr. Lethbridge 13.20, leaves 13.55, air. Medicine Hat 18.15. No. Calgary 8.05, Iv. Maclead 32.30, arr. Lethbridge 13.10, assumption that "too many managers ]Iv- 15.30, arr. Cardston 18.35._ I No. Ciirrinf.nn R In York, Oct. 25. Alexander Aberg of.Russia, world's champion at Co.; a 'Manscb, Bankers ..Ckaeco-Roinan. wrestling, successfully Johnstone, Batterv II Nicholson defended Ilis tillc. throwing Wdalek- Herahl; Bert'Sang, Knox Ed Da-i Zbyszko, the a: vis, Dormilorics. 'our minutes wrestling Square Garden tonight. men met for a. spoil the fighter." .Jess "iVfJ.ard has bought out the Frazee and in- terests. Jack Curley now admits that Fra- zee and Webber are no longer inter- ested in Chamnion Wil lard's affairs, mancfally or otherwise. "Willard xnight out these men's interests and laid them in full for same, which I leaves Tom Jones and myself the on- j y two men now concerned in the champion's says Mr. CiU'lcyv Good Thing No. Cardston 8.15, arr. Lethbridge 11.15, Iv. Ifi.ln, Iv. Mac- leod 17.30, arr. Calgary 21.45. No. Lethbridge Tues- days at 8.15, arr. Foremost 13.30. No. Foremost Tues- days at 16.15, arr. -Lcthbridgc 20.30, Bowling has always proven to be a capita! sport' at the Y.M.C.A. and this season should see no exception to the rule, judging by the line-up of team period of lli SIR ADAM BECK DONATES REPLICA OF CHALLENGE CUP ro Be Put Up fof Competition -at .New York Horse Show New, Yor.kf-.-N.Y., Oct. Sir Adam director of reraaunts of- Canada n the (legartiQent of militfa and de- eiice, Jias- pfEered, J.p the National Show association' to donate a replica of 'the .Canadian challenge cup or competition', iii 'the. horse show this The original was won by ,n officer, of French army now erving in" the war, has been lost, and he executive committee of the Horse Ihbw association has applied to the Yench government' for assistance in ind ing it. ALEX. WAS INJURED San.. Francisco, Cal.y Oct. r Alexander was suffering1 from a adly strained side.duringvthe recent 'orld's series, according to Burns and iravatli of tfye Phillies, who were here Square The minutes, separated by a, minute's rest. Aberg bad 'Zbyszko on the mat several times, the former excelling in offensive work. Jn the second session the Pole, securing .a body hold, held his opponent up, swung him around three times ant! threw him sideways to the mat. As the men fell Zbyszko was slightly underneath. Aberg grab- bed his opponent's left wrist and with a side roll, turned him over and ob- tained a chancery and body hold, en- abling him to pin Zbyszko's shoulders to the mat. One fall decided the match. Ahnrg weighed 225 pounds and Zbyszko 230. nB "UHKn. ls tne liest thing that! (Cqx-TiyuEn yiioat PIIOXT PYGE) in hour M to which they owe their indebt- WILLIAMS SETS RECORD Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. Claude Williams, hand pitcher for the Salt Lake club of the -Pacific Coast league, today, set a league re- cord by scoring bis. thirty-second vic- tory of the season. The former record was held by Higginbotjiam-. of Port- with thirty-one, and was made in 1915. Williams also holds the season's strike-out record thirteen He goes to thp White uext 3 ear. He lost thirteen games; ?day. Alexander injured his side rtor to the .series, stated Catcher and. th'e injury again betame cute.during the third game in Bos- m. Wanning" up before the fifth" rid last game, every ball the great lexander pitched .caused him pain ncl therefore lie did not pitch that every biie expected. Burns ex- lalned. .Cr'avatb, leaves .for southern Califor- ia for the winter. Burns will remain ere. DARCY: BEAT CfcABBY Sydnej, N S W, Oct 25 te Austrafan middleweight champion igillst, today beat pn points Jimmy labby of .-Hammond, Ind., .claimant the world's middleweight cuani- onship at tbe stadium here___ NEW 'PACING RECORD Terre Haute, Ind., Oct. world's pacing report: for a half-mile track was broken here yesterday by'Baron Durham, which made tbe mile.in The former record, held by.Online for ten years, was alone with' four managers and make i T n, i EH 23 'sacredness of many spots in tbe Holy Land, with traditions very dear to the Christian as well as" the Jew, would be asured, x It-is the intention to ask that Pal- estine be placed .under the suzerainty of Great Britain and Prance, and if [enable to the other ;theii the United States will be asked--'to guarantee itsj di CJras, there is some likelihood that he'll meet one of the other prominent heavyweights in a New York club be- fore going south. Offered Percentage The New Orleans promoters have .y offered Willard a large "of the eceits n Powers, so far 01 percentage "of the receipts, and it-may- he that he'll come here first and grab" the guarantee that he has been offer- ed and accept the New Orleans pro- position later. Anyhow, the matter is iikeiy 'to be settled one way or the other within the next week. .BANE WOULD ORGANIZE UNION Pugilists May Form Organization arfd Band Themselves Against the Promoters BAKER BACK TO FOLD Philadelphia, Pa, Ot is reported that Frank (Home run) Baker and Corihre. Mack have "matie-up" after a year or s of disagreement. Baker will be sold during the winter, it is thought, arid will hot be seen In, an Athletic., uni- form. All the kiddies just love The full, rich flavor of true peppermint appeals to young'and old alike. Otyicletfi are simply so dainty] MADE'in CANADA Save the coupon In every and 2i" cent package. Chiclet Cushion Cover CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO Chicago, III, Oct. union of pugilists is being formed. That tht step to perfect an "orgtimzation, the aim of which is is well indfir way, was the news that came "rom Cleveland last night. The plan to form a union is simply a retaliatory measure against the sport, who recently met in the Ohi city, and formed the American.Boxin Association of the United States, Johnny Kilbane is said to be be hind the union. Kilbane was recentl penalized by the Boxing association No Chance! pe Resta's car can' take the track At several miles a minute, I not want De Resta's car, You cannot get me in it For as I watch De Resta's car wonder at this flurry; Iknow: that IwiJl never be In such an. awful Gouldlng's Record fieprge Goulding's new world'_ walking record, made at New Bruns wick, N.J., is considered ei remely remarkable, inasmuch that the previous world's record -has been the result, of competitipn in England, where walking contests have been kept. at a nigh pitch. The pre- vious record, made by'G. K. Larner of England in 1005, was more than three minutes better than the best time that, had been made in Ameri- ca. Goulding: lias been one of the classiest .walkers in America for the past, ten years.; Hia record Saturday of 50: 40 liuke. for- seven miles is no Put It On Too Thick Turner Barber, the 'young '-outfielder purchased bv> -Washington from the Winston club- of tbe North Carolina league, was recommended to Connie Alack .by bis son, Earl, this aummer, hut1 Athletics' pilot refused to, grab the" Kid, who is now regarded as one of tbe new men slated for a ulnr position with, the Nationals next year. Earl Mack managed the Raleigh cluh of the North Carolina league this season, and was in a good position to n "line on Barber's ability. "I wrote, father about Barber last. said Young Mack; "I iold him that Barber was a second Ty Cpbb, nnd would. surely make good. I "Uiea.s I put it on too thick, or .else he 'lasn't much confidence in my Judg- ment, for lie .made no effort to get" 3nrbcr, and ['believe that Washing- j ton lus landed a real prUe." It is also ithe intention to ask that the Jews be given equal rights in countries where he is today deprived "of them. .Mr. Stein .points out that Articles 41 and 43 in the Treaty of Bpriln guaranteed those rights to the Jews in Roninania, but this was never carried out, and any such clause in a future treaty for readjust- ment, the Jews will ask that the Great Powers, agree to take" the same-atti- tude in. upholding the rights of the Jews- as Great Britain took in up- holding the neutrality of Belgium, At the Montrea'i convention, the Ca- nadian Jvews will go on record express Ing their' loyalty and, devotion to the Uritlsh Empire and their love for the King, and -their belief and hope that the righteous cause will triumph in J.his. great war, .and to Great Britain will come the glory of becoming the protector of the Jewish race and other down-trodden races >no have had their rights' violated ,by the military and_. autocratic nations of Europe. PROBABLE NEW PITTSBURG LEADER Charlie Dooin may get another chance to-make good as a manager in the National The former Leader of the Phillies is now tipped as a probable successor to Fred Clarke at Pittsburg. Though it was reported some davs ago that Jack Hendrickb Is slated to succeed Clarke, members of the. New York ball club are Inclined to believe that Dooin stands, a bet ter chance, than Hendrickg of receiv ing the appointment. STECHER AFTER GOTCH Oct. Gotch ma> come back to the mat for anoth- er whirl-at the game. Steelier, a rls- mat artist, he has an agree ment with the millionaire "champ by which -the two meet in .Lincoln on Decoration Day, 1916. A PRACTICAL DRILL Oct: a practice, drill an effort to minimize he .damage occasioned by Zeppelin plunged into almost darkness for ,an hour earl} Dearly all lights throughout the citv were extinguished The ex- jenment was said to have been a omplete sJcceas ____________ J, THE COSY ROLLER RINK WEDNESDAY. NIGHT FROM TILL 10.30 Admission Free' SKATES Sit- Ladlss 15c Cniidrtn 15c SKATING 2.00 to to 10.30 UNDER MANAOCMENT WHY NOT- During the next few weeks The Herald Subscription Contest points the way. Get your share of the hundreds of dollars the Herald will distribute at the close of the contest. Competitors will be rewarded as follows: djl ftAA to the candidate getting highest number of votes upon subscription collections Just think of it! for less than 8 weeks' work- over week. But that's not all. READ: 40 of subscription collections to candidate with second highest vote 30 of collections to candidate standing third 25 of collections to candidate standing fourth 20 of collections, to candidate standing fifth 15 of collections to candidate standing sixth ALL THE REMAINING ACTIVE CANDIDATES WILL BE GIVEN 10 PER CENT. OF SUBSCRIPTION. COLLECTIONS PERSONALLY TURNED IN TO THE CAMPAIGN DEPARTMENT, UPON WHICH VOTES HAVE BEEN ISSUED. Candidates May Start at any time-Contest Wii! Close on Dec. 21st J Special Prize of An oxtra prize of 125.00 will 'be awai-dett to the1 Candidate collect- ing the most mp'ney for subscriptions for Tbe Weekly Herald, new; names or advance or arrearage payments. ,_-, This extra prize will.be paid in addition to 'any other.prize.or per cent, earned. Object of the Contest As in former subscription campaigns of The Herald, the object of this contest is to add now names to our Subscription list and make collections of arrearages and secure advance payments for the and Weekly Herald. The Herald circulates over a large area, and it'has been found from experience that the expense of sending collectors to the outside -territory is fully as great as the cost of prizes in a circulation campaign Under the system of paying a graduated per cent to the candidates, every competitor will profit according; to the time and energy devoted to the contest. The of Mr. and Mrs. Chac. E. Dyce have been, secured to' conduct the campaign. They have had charge of all our former contests and need no introduction to the people of ind' vicinity. New Plan of Awarding Prizes. Heretofore in the Herald subscription contests a prize of certain value or a stipulated amount of money -was aside-for prizes from the first to the tenth or twelfth. The bid plan proved satis- factory to a certain degree, as the competitors knew in advance the prize which would be won if they finished first, second or any other place within the prizes v However, it often happened that three or four competitors would have nearly the same number of the value of the prizes would have a wide range Of course, the first prize should have a stipulated in this contest In comparing the per cent plan with other contests on the Herald It has been found that; it would have better equalized the' prize money, but would have not cost the Herald any leu money; Each candidate can figure on the 40% 15% or 10% of their subscription tach person taking part is assurred of returns In proportion to thetr ly very fair way. General Rules Any man or woman, bey or girl, of any age, living within the circulation zone of the Herald may become a candidate. Votes will iMued upon lubicription collections according to the schedule printed upon the re- ceipt books. may aolieit subscriptions any place, and may have friends and relatives assist them, but the of two or more candidates cannot be clubbed .together under ohe name, A candidate wishing to withdraw may transfer his or her votes to a new candidate. Votes bt Issutd on arrcats subscriptions for the Daily and Weekly Herald as well as for ad- vance subscription payments, t How to Enter Fill iu the noinhia- tioii hlaiik with your name a'n A address, aiul bring or mail it to Tiie Herald Con- test Department. Re- eeipt books, and other supplies will be furn- ished at Nomination Blank Good for 5OOO Votes MR. C. E. DYCE, 1915 Campaign Manager (or Lethbridge Herald, Box 337, Lelhbnage, Alia. Please' accept the; nomination of (Name) as Candidate Inj.The Herald's Subscription Campaign. (Addresi) Nominated by................ Only nomination will Count for a Candidate _____vfttfi 41 I ;