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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1915 THE LEfltBRIDGJB DAILY H ERAtD PAGE THREE Lethbridge Scholars Break Track and Field Records at Annual Meet Perhaps the most remarkaMo feat Borrow Money on your Life Policy? If not, better take out oho at once with tlie MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE Co., of Canada whose .policies all have a defi- nite loan value, Increasing from year to year. "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or tee E. R. J. FOR3TER Phone 10th St. South. Jl j the result of the sports was tlie lowering of the cially Interesting. Tho this for lne ioo-yard dash 13-o were jmrtlcularly keenly contest- seconds. The standing record of 12 ed, and among all classes of entries flat was made by Gall Mc- ind treeulta demonstrated tihat tho jn 1913. Leon Dunsworth cov- athletic prowess of the school child- erelj tne distance this year in the truly ren Is considerably above that of oth- remaritable time of 10 2-5 seconds, ir years, showing the .benefits of the rj-nfB record, loo, should hold for a lystcai of physical training In wniie. ichools. Tho following are the champions >f different classes of the PuMic jchool entries, together with second and third in each class: Detective, dis as! a chair, looking for Point 7. Veil armed but too chary in his movements. Have you found Point 7 with nsTor J-Velvetjbodj-NO GRIT 4-Slcrlinjpnrirf a daylight fectorr 6-Untoncbcd by hsniU PirXUMIHT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS KADI IN CANADA Points Isa Watson, Qa'lbrallh Nora Macleod, Central......iu Intermediate Logan, Galbraith........ O'.lve Jackson, Westminster 5 Dorothy Prache, Fleetwood.. 5 Junior 'Lizzie Wishart, "Westminster Westminster..... Francis Pimm, Galbraith..... 5 Goorge Frache, Fleetwood ..15 William Cleary, Central 11 Intermediate William Watt, Fleetwood 13V- Wade Rldpatb, Westminster 12 George Young, Central...... 12 Junior Arthur Ahrens> Fleetwood "15 Allan Watson, Westminster___ 6 Fleetwood. school has reason to be proud of the achievements of her ath- letes this year. The championships of all three classes, "of boys were cap- tured, by Fleetwood, and in the girls' events tiie" champions were closely run up by tho FleotTvood girli. Jllllanl Re-bison Improved his last year's" record of Sft. Ifn, in the pole rault, "by clearing the bar at Sl't. Tin. McKlllop did considerable! Another of the champion's feats clearing the bar In the running lard Robison. Tho way In which each year's re-, cords are knocked flat hy the ath- letes of the following year ,is. an en- couraging feature of the school sports, and goes to show that the material be- ing turned out of the schools Is im- proving, physically at least. The following are the champions in I tho different classes of entries in the High school sports: Hardy..............lUi Olive Williams.............. 1% for championship. Junior 'Pauline Steakly............IK Nellie Robison..............12% Violet Rennet............... 6Vt girls' junior. Dunsworth...... George McKi'ilop....... JIatt; Wells, the Kuglisli liKhU-cighl, scciuod a newspaper decision over Charlb White in a ten round bout at Milwaukee last night. Wells outboxed the Chicagoan and torcctl most ot the j lighting. I Ad Wolgast and Hal Stewart I fought ten rounds to a draw HI Kort Wayne, Ind., Thursday night, i Kid Williams, will his title as world champion bantam against Kid Herman of New Orleans In a 20-round bout in the latter city on November Johnny (Kid) Williams of Balti- more, and 1'aul Moore of Memphis, 'IVnn., ia a fast 8-round bout in the latter city last- night: Governor-. of New York State, will not' oppose a rule allow- ing decisions in the state if the box- ing commission favors it. WINNIPEG May igth 1012 38 20 10 Sasic., Oct. Cal- gary Canucks, rugby champions of Alberta, ace here today in quest of the scalp of the Kegina team, cham- pions of Western Canada. Rcgina fans j are taking a great interest In the "J 1C outcome of tlie battle and the game promises to bring out the largest crowd that has ever attended a foot- ball-match in tfiis city at any time. The game is billed to start at 2.30 p.m. and Ross of Calvary and String- er handlc'the whistles. The teams are to each other an un- known quantity and there is practic- ally no basis upon which their foot- hall ability can be compared. IGFdIH MiHard Robison boys' senior. Junior Alfred Gant 10 P. Melling Fred Paunch 7 Robert Straker 7 boys' junior. The Wright Shield for the highest aggregate of points goes to Grade IX. Oct. to a Federal League official here, the whole question of peace between the Federals baseball, hin- ges on-the sale of the New York Na- tional League club to Harry Sinclair of the Newark Federal club. The local papers print stories to- day that would be involv- ed" in ths'deal covering the purchase of the team and the grand stand. The completion of the deal, it was said, might be expected soon. President'Weegham, of the Chicago Federals, said today that the outlook for peace -was more favorable than at any time since negotiations began. "In the autumn of 1911, I suffered with a continual pain in the back. As a drug-gist, I tried various remedies without any apparent results. Having- sold GIN FILLS for a num- ber of years, I thought there must be good in them, otherwise the sales would not in- crease so fast. I gax-c them a fair trial and the results I find to be GEO. E. ROGERS. SQC. a box or 6 boxes for at all drug- stores. Free sample sent if you write the National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price Now surely you car. own a Ford. With tlie first cost of the Ford now so low it is possible for the average Canadian to have a real motor car of his own. Unprecedented production make's possible these low prices, but .the qual- ity of the car is, if anything, higher than ever. Tlis Runabout is now S-1SO; the Town Car 8780; f.o.b. Ford, Ontario. All cars completely equipped, including electric headlights. Editlpment does not include speed- ometer. Get particulars from THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. GOTHIC THE NEW 3 tar 2SC COLLAR IT FITS THE CRAVAT WE STILL HAVE GASOLINE FORD GARAGE I TIMES IN ONE .Oshkosfa, Wis., Ful- wai accorded a newspaper deci- sion oVcr Arthur Pelkey in the filth, round of the schMuled 10-rouhd bout here tonight Fultvm had knocked Pel- key down 12 times in .thia round and the referee stopped the flght. Both ate heavyweights. STETCHERNS HI Lincoln, Neb., Oct.' Joe stech- et the Dodge county, Nebraska, heavyweight, tonight retained his claim to the world's heavyweight wrestling championship by defeating Gus Schoenlein of Baltimore, in straight falls. time was six min- utes and 23 second" for the first [all and two minutes, 33 seconds for the second. Steelier" used ihe scissors hold for both falls. Schoenlein was on the defensive most of the time and only once had Stecher in close quarters. BUFF-FEDS NEED MONEY Buffalo, 1J.T Oct. The Buffalo federal league club today Issued a call for an additional in stock to pay off indebtedness for the season, and provide for the coming season.- The new stock wiH bring 'the club's capitalisation to A largo portion of the new stock has been, subscribed by present stockhold- ers; but a ten-day campaign will be used as a means of 'Increasing local Interest in the club. We Are Still In The Ring! AND OOINO STMONQEN THXN CVIM. D. L MacDonald 3UNCMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent, 407 Fifth Street 8. WHY ''He or she who hesitates Is not in the lltersl of the not to enter the Herald Subscription Conttst means the of a lot of monsy to YOU. There is plenty of room for more Candidates in the 1 flflft to lhe Candidates having the most votes at Contest' Not h.If of the good town, are represented 'UUU the of the Contest by an active candidate and in Lethbridge there is also plenty of room. The Time to Entsr is NOW ALL REAL MONEY Contest Just Starting If you come second 40 of Subscription Collections made Third-30 of your Collections Fourth-25 of your Collections Fifth-20 of your Collections Sixth--15 of your Collections If you finish seventh or further down .the list you are assured 10 on all the money you collect _____ Wilt Close TUESDAY, DEC. 21 Foreword t As in former subscription campaigns of The Herald, the object of this contest is add new names to our Subscription list and make collections of arrearages and secure advance payments for the Daily and Weekly Herald. The HVrald circulates over a liroe arta, and It has found from experience that expense of sending collectors to Hw outtlde territory is fully as great as the eoat of priies In a circulation system of'paying a graduated per cent to the" competitor will profit according; to the time and'energy devoted to the contest. The services of Mr.'and Mrs. Chas. E. Dyce" have been secured to conduct the campaign. They havt had charge of (II our former and neid no Introduction, to the people of Lothbrldge and vicinity. factory ,t.. finished first, aeeond or any other place with.n the prizes. However, of not cost the Each ly a very fairway. Rules of the Content: Any man or woman, bey or girl, of any age, living within the circulation of the Herald may will be iaaued upon subscription oolleiilona according to MM eehsdule printed upon the ra- CandldatM may solicit subscriptions any plans, and may have friends and relatives assist them, but the votss of two sr more candldatss cannot bs tlukbcd together under one name. A candidate wishing to withdraw may transfer his or her votes to a nsw candidate. Votes will bs Issued on arrears subscriptions for ths Dally and Wssfcly Hsraid as well for ad- vanes subscription payments. a I I tl I Special Prize of 0 will be awarded to the Candidate collecting the AN extra prize of will be awarded to tne tlona for Tht Weekly Herald, new Barnes or advance or arrearaje payments. Thia extra prize will be paid any other prize or per cent, earned. moat money for nibaerlp. Special Contest Office is located at 321 Sixth Street South', next. the Herald. Phone 1688. f Address all communications to Campaign Manager, P. 0. Box 337 V Lelhbridge. Alta. DO IT TO-DAY liil in the nomina- tion blafak with your name and address, and bring or mail it to The Herald Con- test Department. Re- ceipt books and other supplies will be furn- ished at once. Nomination Blank Good for SOOO MR. C. E. DYCE, Campaign Manager tor Lethbridge Herald, Box 337, Lethbridge, Alta. Please accept the nomination o u candidate in The Herald's Subscription Only one nomination will Count for a ;