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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December LJ.1 SPIRIT CO. Importers of Oldest and .'Choicest produced by any country U 11 U C- 1 sun. In'Cittb Life, Home Life, ov in the Daily Grind, there's no more attractive nor profitable sense than that which good'clothes give. Semi-ready Clothes are hand-tailored and'; always of conservative and cultured style-design. Suits at between Some even better at Overcoats at to Ulsters at and A. Southard THE STORY OF A POKER GAME What Happened to the Dealer Who Was Slow Slipping the Fourth t Nine Spot, off the, Bottom mighty Keen ro'.to see tvha he could, an' when Goddle says he'l take two, an' give 'em to hisself, Wat ers swo'-he seen hiin take one on 'em offen the bottom of the daclc. -j saj-in' but what Goddle I ti uu.1, A Greenkut- poker story is al ways some but one o' the first prin good, and the following, while in the cipies o" draw poker is never to gel Arkansas be .found inter- caught' doin'-nothin' like that, an' God esting and. full of human poker .nature "Mo'n -when Waters spoke up hasty, like- it was he would havin' an interest, in the pot. r Goddle was Vbnsid'able too slow pullin' nls fo' to do him any real good, showin' a 'mazin' Ignorance o' to'ther principle o' the game, rt everybody to the ordinary devotee of the' great American It is entitled.' a-esults- of-playing ,poker principle. "First anybody s'picioneS Goodie havin' the talents, what he ree'ly had was when7 he dealt Carruthers a ace full, Mm havin' the an' give' Ken- a roy'al all b.ut the ace to draw to: knows-'is to -be fo" 'Pears lierd- 'lieerd" o' weakness, an' know'd he'd 'go broke' tryin' to fill it. "Then he give'Waters a; pat'''flush1 an? 'I-Iopkins three' queens, so' sll's he had to do his'own1 self to set back an" trail, 'pearin' to be some doubtful, till after the draw an' tnen go on with the k'illin'. ha'dn' been no val- uable hands out afo'. an' nobody lookin' 'fo''such a mess on "em lo oncet, so-just a'ter Kenny come in Waters he" trailed along with his- bein' afeard to boost it I 'count o' there bein' so many to hear from. .An" Hopkins he rose it, so things was started all right. "Then he; seen tie raise, comes. "Bein' 's he wa'n't p'pared an' there wa'n't no money in liis does, we paid his fun'ral expenses outen the pot he been caught when he took the fo't'h nine spot oifen the -bottom, o' the deck. "Shows how a man" can't be no kind o' a player 'thouten.he-lives _up to" the principles o'the game." ART ROSS WANTS ADEQUATE SALARY Unless He Gets it Former'.Brandon Star Will Not Play Hockey Concerning the salary question in Hockey Meeting at Red Deer "Called Off On Ac- count "of the'Soudi The much Provi'icial .Hockey meeting- slated to talte place :at .Bed Deer yesterday, :aa terfaJize.- L'stiibritlge Tut'e's. Hencl-srsbn, matte a journey i'n Re found there 'nothing doing. It .appears that all was ready for 'meeting, but nothing had '-been Jieard- .from the'; south, an-d therefore, it. was postponed'until .Lethbridge and j the'other the lins were in. line.; ;They-didn't know that the .rea'd-7'.apparently, out we were.: ncyer.i-hclcss.., "The Herald wired Calgary todav for city is the seat of the _ provincial League move- ment. The.-following reply was re- turned: "Meeting- postponed until Dec. 9th to-give, south time-to send a delegate. ..We .were not aware that one Had been sent for meeting yes- terday." Kow- this mistake was possible we Tail to see here in Lethbridgc, Enough publicity had been given to the fact that we ;were sending a dele- gate to Kcd Deer. A telephone mes- sage to either papers here would have desired infprma- i tion. r The Slipper Season is liere, and We are showing a range that for quality and price arc sizes in others w Ladies' Slippers in beaded Patent, from Prices from woollined; all sizes in Buckskin Slipper L L for the famous M'cPlimon LigLtning flUclx Hockey Plain Kid- j ladies Mocha Shoe. e Triple Fit S Coialdale Blockf 5tli Street 'riefs I The Highlanders of, Toronto have written Dr. Larrier, the former English inviting him to ;ome-TO -Toronto and to take part in races'against Webb and Goulding. With Larner there that little place would certainly have a corner on the ped market. THE ENGLISH FOOTBALL London, Dec. The following are j the English and Scottish football gam- es played today: ter Everton 1, Covers popl-'l lorest ;Fal- Mirren ,2; Morloir '0 -S..J.A .A j IL-V U; JNotts County 0 Shelfie1 d.! arfc fl 3; BristolJjity .'i, Blackburn kirk 3, St.- iuirreu -.3; Morion- s Oldham Apieticc Liver-! Airdrie 3i; 'Aberdeen -.1. Hacs-i Sheffield Wednesday's, Notts 0; J-Ieatl '-of T N'cwoas'Ue United bv-Brant-j'1- Plymouth 'Argyle li; Sou'tliencl 'United Southampton, postponed. Scottish 3, Mother- well 0; Queen's Park Third 'Lan- The.finish oC Longboat-Shrubb ace was sensational. It was a case of endurance, and if tlie ford: 1; ..Tottenham Hotspur- 8 -Arsenal j, Presion {End 0, Aston 'Villa Manchester United Bury 2. Second" Division Glossop ,2i, Bradford Sammy 'Smith, young glove artists; Appearing be-! ace tiafi'beea fora .fcw.miles- more it ton'Wanderers U: .JJuj ooked as though the Indian would' I; p'teudin' to-be some slow doin' of it. j hockey, Art, Ross, formerly of Bran- __..... an' Carruthers rose it again, so Pete, him thinkin' what a Mllnn' got if he filled his royal he give it another boost, an' Waters begmnin' to have j some s'picion o' his-flush not bein' al- together good he just made good, not made to all ,jonj one of greatest hockey players of all times, has the following to say: "Unless! get an adequate salary I will not play, and there are a" number of others who will not. If the worst conies to worst, we might easily get up a professional team, to tour the Unite'd States and leave Canadian goin? no. further. "Hopkins 'jpeared to get the 'same idee c'ncernin' his three queens, so he on'y trailed, an' Goddle hav-in' -a beau j hockey alone." o' confidence in what Carruthers 'd do I Diametrically opposed to this is the he on'y just come an1 Carruthers i following opinion, put up his pile. j -It's the salvation of was "TV ell. they was all night about even the opinion of Edgar Dey, the former up to that, nobody havin' win Ottawa forward, and a member of the' n'r lost: any gre't -amount, so every- j world's champions. 1909. in regard to body's pile went in the pot an' -there, j the new salary limit, the question o? wa'n't. to draw' an' j the movement in the Eastern Cana- 5'Jasses before: Albion 0, Blackpool 1; Bolt'on derers 3, Huddersfidd Town 1_ Brphipton- Watford- A'tluetic' 0, Leytori-- ton 'Wanderers U: .Burnley. 2, Leicester i ooted as though the Indian I; ChVisca. ft; pull ave won. Shrubb finished very tired Cit.v-1 pears to have littJe iTou'bie in -hile 'the shambling-gaited Indian assed the tape fresh as a daisy. hrubb was two laps ahead at the start, of the mile, but was less .than a lap at the end. -'.'The tis.lt election by; a- direct A.: large "places' wli.1 "start-- s'beiiig- "aiinouttcpd -ion b' mean sJioiild; Lsthbridgc -By 'some known' until The Herald telephone-is-.at. .the who'are "in- lefeatciL or cbmc aroiind1 airj" see ,the 'Irdlletins; j Moran wants- a match with Wolgast the lightweight champion.-" He will not I get it for five months, according to -.'.Amos Rusie, ;the, jforiaer the Giants, and considered by "matin show down. An' Goddle he picked .up The deck fo" to serve the draw. "Th" ain't no tellin' just what, givo Jim Waters the idee 't somepin" was wrong, and mebbc he didn't s'p.icion no thin' afo' the draw, but he was watch- dlan hockey -world. Dey 's stand as tc the reduction in the salaries is unique in the p-ossibility that he is about the only paid hockey star who sides with the National Hockey association mas- nates. Wolgast's manager, for Wolgast still j has his arm in a plaster and li will not be out before the middle of nest month. Then it will have to res before Wolgast can commence train- ins. Melvin Sheppard is the 1910' marvel of the cinder -He is a member of the Irish-American A. A. of Nev. York and has smashed nine records during the season just ended. John Roberts, the English billiard champion, is corning back to the forn of his zenith. He beat A. E. Williams in Australia this month, giving hir 3.500 in 7..100. Williams made severa" 200 and 300 odd breaks, so Roberts have played a big game, and something like his oJu form to pui! of the Enquiries for any of oar specials solicited C, C. Papuelo Wine Spirit Co, 407 ;iwl Avenue-S, Phone 543 >eer as a Universal Drink of tk e Future through as the winner, almost 64 years of age. Roberts i: Considering the rapid increase in the popularity of beer during the last fifty years, many very able writers do not hesitate to predict tlm if, will be the universal drink of the future. Even in southern climates, where wine has hud its strongholds for centuries, lager beer is gaining ground rapidly. France, the greatest wine country of them all is fast becoming convened to its us'e. "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER- represents the great Twentieth Century achievement in brewing that has made beer so generally popular. Much of our success may be laid to of the water we .use, although all our in- gredients are of the very highest s-candard of excellence: Best Can- adian Malf; best Bohemian Hops. The Letkbridge Malting Co. Limited Tewing and PHONE 654 AI Katriman may be able to face Jack Johnson some day on even tenrs, inn that day has oot arrived in the opinion of Kaufman's staimch- Billy Delaney, who has trained Kaufman for some time, says: "Al is doing well, bur, he needs more i.'xperience and more matches before he can be considered- ready for John- son. In the course of a year or so, perhaps, Kaufman may But I 'ipn't hclievc the public woul-ii take him .seriously at the prestiu mom- Manager JVJcGraw, of tlic Giants, will endeavor to get Bugs Raymond in sliapr for next, season. jVTcGraw chased Raymond away from the New York team last, season and Bugs has had a varied carrrr since then. Now it is said ho wants to get back with McGraw's bunch and the latter will give him a chance to mend his ways, as he believes Bugs is still a great pitcher. "An umpire doesn't object to a kicl: if the. player with s T'lnpin- Silk O'Loughlin. "Tlierr is bound to ;i difference of opinion and 1hc pluy.T who is interested ii his work is likely to come back it h thinks you 1mtided him something thf. wus not right. Of course, whin the rommence to beiare you, out tho> 0." ;