Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHUinnGE DAILY 1IEKALI) Wednesday, December 1013 I fi'l ill. IOWA STATE PRISON GOES IN FOR RUGBY JAKE DAUBERT LEADS NATIONAL PRISON REPORTER'S STOBY TELLS HOW 7MS CARRIED THE BALL AROUND THE RIGHT END, OUTSTRIPPING 6927 AND 7102 AND MAKING A TOUCHDOWN BEFORE 6793 COULD TACKLE HIM" SEVENTEEN SHEETS OF ICE TO BE USED WELCOME OUT- SIDE CURLERS Calgary. U.-C. 14.-1914. Is the date fur the of the j tenth curllug I'OPBiilel. Seventeen sheeU o. will le In usj T r'APIlP IM A JIPKIT1! the pvcul, which looXs to lip Hie LEAGUh IN HITTING (D. m ,h. 0( Ihe'same. fa Alberta. Vliltlng Curltr. Wfll be Welcome. All Hires local curling clubs will co co'nisko Ibe bonsplel a suc- cess, tbe Victorias, Thistles and Civ- lei working In harmony.- A commli- tec compoEeil of Ihe presidents of BROOKLYN'S STAR FIRST EH FINISHES SEASON WITH SPLENDID AVERAGE OF STAR HOCKEY PLAYERS MAKE GOOD IN THEIR DEBUT. THEN FADE AWAY "li Is a peculiar thing." said Mans- George Kenr.'.dy. of the Cannd- bcckey pJayerMnt siars Uio first year intirert and spirit of the men in reporting tht games, the numbers giv- (he slate ttforfnalofy. N'ol- onlr is en the retn s-htn iher entered, and i---L.ii it. _______ ....i _____ _.. __ ___ -Mcu baseball in the suraraer, but not their, are usfd. A prison foiionn'ns the fdolball seasoa will reporter's s'ioTy; of a gams Mis hcV come basketball for tea teams "7008 carried Ibe ball .around the have already bfen tornicd. Moving; right end. outstripping 6937 arid .ilO'J "pictures -dEc ihowo. in Ibe erening to and mating a ioucbdoT.'n before; 679S tmcse the p'risonrrs, drive trouble could tackle uonai iop roan, baltfd -3S3; and ler ntid prove the Wegcst disappoint. nent on his leaci. This Naughtdn Discusses the Heavyweights and near-ctamploas nowadays llwl a matt trial does the sportsmanlike is vrprlby nl a kind thought. Moran Hard.lo Size Up. Frank 3Iorau, who Is nbroad at pies- (By W. H. Kiiighlon; If lie while'hopes would oaly'dis- play a1 little ci the spirit it would not Ukd long io determine ihi qceaUbn of .supremacy so far as hlltin" GunbnaL Ihe .paleldce heavyweight are con- Enllly-shalirl. cerne-d. tie of big fellows has cer- tainly dwindled. Jim Flynn. who! as a (rial horse, ms-responsible for Ibe WTJCkage. of many "as- plrationf, has sloped up a'iid Is no longer, a terror io rising young beay- Al Palier, iliroagh Ill-health mainly, baa, trabiformed frpjn a Hrfr Jess who held cul promise In hla early in- to an uncertain quantity. He -per- .forms spasmodically. He plderable.' about the bnl bis knowledge" Is hot asOjmbled and It looks as It It never will be. The trouble i5 that his thinking apparatus doea not work smoothly and bis fight log Machinery slops 'when least "ex- pected. The men still Maundering along to- ward the soal are Gunboal Smith, Krank Moran.- Arthur Pelkey and Carl Oo work Actually done, Gun- boat Stnllh Is ilie florrer of i lob-lot flock. He possesses an asset which counts above all clsb io fishling- to- vii: i'puncb, and be has ll to adVablage In mariy recent fights. He has reacbsd a stage he can Insist on havine a vole in the sel- t'.einent ol the ivorlfl's heavyivelgbl cuaui'plonsblp argument, lie, should tee-to it fha'. he doea not lore caste liiroogii Irving io eideflep men. I At this date a match beUeen Gun-1 and Arthur Peittey has just arranged. Jim Coffrolh. of San Fran- cisco, has the arrangements for the flgh! in band and he is trylns lo Hi ure out a dale that ttlll be suitable to fFo.ih men. At present .It loota ,ia If the bout will take place (a Fran- cisco on jN'eiv year's day, Ptlkey an Unknown Quantify. Of.Pelkcy's nglitlnc past eitremejr little li known. He salbed pro nil- neuce through one of the most unfor- tunate lucMenjs known lo i-lng sport and is one chaniplon'who can not point wlih p'ride to Ihe circumstance under fte was eroKncd. Tho cortlag boui will be hlg first since Uie lamentable affair at Cal- gary, and lo tils credit be It said that he Is meting rio bonei about' lichllng the ianger'ous man In slgbL A championship la a championship, no malfer under wbal comllllona 11 Is acquired, and II was In Pclhey's power to.' select bis oivn oppcnenla tor a while as champions of lighter weUbl have betn doing right along. Instead, he bas elected to go Gunboat ftratth, who i far him If the matter had been eft to H popular- vole. It is well to.remeuber tils it E'el- er goes OQ nflih ille bout icith hard- EO muth with our Cravath. o! Philadelphia, is s'jconri' recullar, but niosl managera Trill lell among the regulars wto plsjf'd 'in you Uiat 11 Is vtry selSom.a playc-r 1M or morf galpfs, baltinj .341, nr.d s.tira.lwo he also led the ieajue in runs, "I don't Know.1'" Mr. Kennedy, ivilh 13 io his ciedit. Ills teammate, sralllne, "what all' the-. plarers Luderus, was a close second in 'bonje-ibad n'oldputj, will do run mai'icg, liavicg bamineicd out- ISjtSIs Season, lo get a ra'ro in salary, bits fcf the circuit. In stolen --tL_.; unless they Jnrciii .some new Jlas Carey, of Pitlsburg, is the lead- Perhaps they'll all (ake up automobile e'r with CI- Heine-Ziturnerrhan, of riding, frhich appears lo pay good Cbicajo, wto led the league b bat- money.. ting last year, with an average .373? is fourlccnlh year's list' with a mark of .913. linns' Vaguer' pul io his credit the record of hav- ing _ gone through 17 consecutive Era .son's with a rnark of .300 or" just ma'aing the .330 this season. The champion fliapls got .but ore regular, Meyers, with .312 lir the se- lect although. Arthur -Fletcher was close fo the niark.wito Of Ihe player-managerE; Tinker, ol .Cincinnati, leads witb..-3n, "slataini. cleveufh on the the' oth- ers teicg Evcrs, pf forlieta vi-ilh -255 llu'gjiis, oT St. Louis- clubJ togetlior with oilier from ear b organlznllDii vlll ot'ajt.ihe BiecblLve and plan, to nRkc tliQ. visit of ihc curlojB Iroai all aj-U of the province one long to to fciuein hered. Tha .lirair curlers- will throw IhB rocks down the rlnts al o'clock on. the morning of Jhnuary 14 and the 'spiel will be under wny. Provided the weathar Id at all favorable the ovebts should all he decided within a weeVa lime. Dlttrlcl Trophy In. the Dlftcard. -The. district competlllon which In tho past has I way a able trouble will, be abolished this and In lie stead a double and sin- tie rink cprnpelliJoa will he Intro- duced. The raiius dleirlcis will each be to eater tliree -rlnka WHAT do you say to for an English Worsted or Scotch or Irish Tweed Suit in beautiful Brownr, Grays or Heather Mixtures We have these Suits as low as and up to McKelvie McGuke these.competitions, two for the double! event and one for tbo single, llo'w-' ever, no rink wlil be allowed to lake i part In .bplh tbe single and double rint coniDctltlDo. The new b. E. will ba.Lbe'prlze of the I Bouble rink evenl- CANADA'S JJRAP SHOOTER BUSINESS MEN'S !BASEBALL LEAGUE Is the schedule or games yet to be played In the Ilusiness Men's KsclitU.lfteue al Dec, ft. Dec.' Wanlefs. Ross.VR; SlcwnH- Dcc. 1 vs. Wefiless. Dec. Dec. u. SIcAflhur- Uec. vs. Wanleii. -i Some of the Ruiei 1. A foul if caught la out. 3. Third alrlko. If caught! Is out, 3. Uarn'es to start live p.m. acf etop 5.40 p.m. 4. Hal) in Is VforlL two b_. It It can Le made. 6. Datl'je out ii Lall hlU ill CO w' li'e strikes the It bit door or noL 6. Ualted hall If caught oh a dlrcc bounce' front-TtaVl or liilufce IB oiiL beguiling himself Trilh the j toctv-firsl, vith the same inark, and tbal he i3 going to get a cmck a Johnson, is a bnrd .man to size op. Tbere was 'astonishment In Sab Frah- Tjoom, ol phibdeljihla, cighly-iouith irith .256. tl-iVff Vrjrks hid in iluh' CJEUO whea the news came over tho ting with .-.373, St. Louis wires that be had knprt'il with .217-- Tfr. Toe local followers have swn Miran In. action on manj- FERNIE. HOCKEY- CLUB ions and bad about that. ORGANIZED they knew everyUilns lie was r.ipable Ferile, B.C., Dec. a" meeting "f. held in tho Waldorf hotel'on Monday, "Ho must have was a Iho hockey club was re-organized for comiDOn remark when tho result of tbo coming year, as the go with Palzer was made known. Hon. Pres., R. patrons, Now that tt has made to nppear J. L. Gates, R. AV. W. F. Ibai-Palrer has become a mark (or 3. F. Wallace, A. Trites.iP. C. Da-' every hfavywelgbt recruit, do-jbt bois, Herchme.- and James Is .eipretsed as lo whether Monn Falconer; W. Ii 'Gates, T. tils made any gain as z boier. He Prentico and L. A. Mills; .prfsldeuL will be walchei trom this end. and II M. A. Kaslncr; Tice-presldent, L'.'A. he give's evidence of Ibe nosansskui Mills at claa: he will be looked vpon ag a fellow who was finally licked into ebape, rather than 030 who performed brilliantly front Ibe -.Morris Deierves Another Chance, Carl 'Morris' name at present Is on the lifts of thousands of eporUmen. have never seen him in action. Tney have. t (heir cue from the In a t'Jilsin Ohio, cllr a liberal- minded, preacher ran. for the offke of mayor at the recent election on a ball. aaolher whether iloubllcss have been the heavyweight background York critics and baye ar rived at tbe conclusion tbal Ihe blj Oklahoman is deserving of bout with Gunboat SmlUi. fimllh hirusil-' must recognize (hat Ihs clamor lor r return rnalcn become general. may claim tbal his appointment with Arthur Pelkey tho'Jld lake lireccdence, but If ho Arlhur he will be gl'rh no peace until he has EelllcJ with tbo man from Sarulpa. Whatever else Morris may be, :ho la vtry gamo acd enduring. Tho.ivrller saw hlra embroiled with Jim Flynn In "The Garden" anu Is tree to confess IbU II bas seldom been, libs lot A man put up with such a leiTible bedllni; without showing signs of cduragemc-ht.. Hound after round Ibe Rtcut-hfarlcd novice strode lo the fir- Ing lino arid accepted punishment from nhlch moio seasoncil mlEhl have ulnched. Pluck and powers of assimilation! are ijierely basic finalities for a Hi ef, of couree, but .Morris bad them to with, and If he bag enriched bis knnwlgcUe ol ring craft, the mere fact ol fluntat Srtltb belnp unwilling to tackle him rill not keep Mm In the STATE BOXIN4 COMMISSION WATCHES SOXERS CLOSELY IH. Wlacor.sln boilng commission bu Mta Its firat Ring al boxen tiho Ihtlf contncts. H was charg- ed, br Ihe doulh Side A. C. ihal Bob iid violated his by jlffnfnj; lie Rfrervftd- A. C., hie manijer, Tornmy wllli the club. The commission ruled thi( Robert ihould have known bet- add jutptndjd Wm for' !wo vii dont in His be lived up (a case of Eddie 'McGootly, who failed to keep his contract fo fight Jack nil- Ion tbe A. C., as no charges were fllcfl. 11 Was known Iti at Tftmmy Walsh, who elgiied' for MiQoorlr, decided lo ihoulder the blame and therefore the club dropped the caae. Jitamy Duffy, tie Buffalo' was cbarjed with lion ol contract to Chariln! .before (he National A. 0., of' Jlllwuukcc, but It. was shown tbal a' mlsunddriUndlng over delayed telt- resullct] anil tho trouble conH be avoided. Hoicrs might an wclll know. Jiownvor, Ibal conlrach musij CUMBERLANDS AND. CALLIES AT THE HEAD OF THE WHIST LEAGUI Kcnlishnlen-'liS, Noiuads Il5. Cumberland 120, C. 0. K. 118.'" CaMics HO, Invicli 131. H. 0. hi. 131, Hoses 130. Helow arc giic.T .the positions the varlo'us.trams' to date: r. -i -_-.-; r-.-1'.-W.D.l..Pl CumberLind i-'4 0 (1 Oallics 4 H. 0. E.........; 4 itosis K'enLlsbnirn.......... 4 ,V. O. V............. inVicla 2 Nuniads 4 0, P. I [Ir'itU'nlas The fpurtli round df the Schedule of the Whist' L'vagUe- at the ipagte -headquartere, very close finishes bcltvcen four ol I be -UiciKb- hiads; io; .two S. 6. E. teams were., even up Ib Ibe lasl h'atid filaycil, when the Roses Iqsl one Irick-'whlch tbe 'UopoinU 'to the S; 0. E. team, the ihe'bMl of tbeganid wilh Inricta, ivinning'by liicls, while.'tti! C.'O. lo ic edge Ibe "fjUinberland tcaui ns tho better sid6. Following were- Ihe j In -Tea Lllcli- Jclober, he- pill aid 6esi w-ay Ed.'.lValsb ras Ed. Toifnd last carries Us ilrh- Iwo games oy default U.-owu; manager, A. Ingram. platform thai advocated -Sunday base- CARL A i.MILLINGTON >Ie had two opponents and his vole was conaitferaiy mbr No'wonder the big- youbgest trari-shoaler' lo Cdoada. JJIs 'is SO her'cenL 16 years! He chailinsca any boy Mi Ing the proposition to give the peo- age In Canada 16 a rhalcb: He Is n meinber of the Canadian-radians. FOR HIGH.BALLS ;