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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD 5.1911. Clgart. Conitetlontry Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairs Dominion Block, op- polite Court House CITY HOCKEY LEAGUE INCLUDES FOUR TEAMS Y. M- C. A., .Sporting Goods, North Lethbridge and a Combination Team Will Battle for News Cup This Spoken Officers Elected .Four fast teams are assured for the W. .1. Nelson trustees, F. T. Wliit- City Ilockt-y league -this The uey, 11. Nicholson. The offices of JY.5I.C.A., Sporting' Goods, vice-president wen-not O.cthte-idge nnd n combination oi last j lilted, bill the league have two men season's Hick-Schl ami Ottawa in view who, it thor will take the ieiuns, make up ihe- quartette. The-positions will malic excellent oflici- fonr aggregations wre represented at i cials. The executive will be compos- tJie organization meeting held in the oi the managers oi oi the re- j parlors oi the Lethbridge Jlotcl last night when ollicers and patrons for iiho ensuing year were chosen. The honorary patrons: W. A. Buchanan, M.P., Dr. .1. S. Stewart, M.P.P., Mayor B. Adams. The officers Hon. od tho district league chAinploni seven of liist Benson, but equally goo( plityors hftvo come to Tabor and wll he seen in a mining; town uniform to perpetuate tho renown gained by -the showing of the team In last year's pro- vincial hockey realm. TURNED DOWN YACHT RACES Kaiser Sore at. Great Brit- ian, Declines to Attend the Big Dover Races iPrcs., Gowe lion, vice-pres., CUNAKD LINE 1 XMAS EXCURSIONS IS THE TIME to make reservation of berths. Do not wait until tho last minute! T.S.S. "Ausonla" from Mont- real..........Nov. 18th New T.S.S. "Ascania" from Portland........Dec. ind CABIN TO CONDON AND LIV- and up. THIRD These rates are the lowest ob- service unexcelled. Particulars obtainable from near- est local agent, or write direct to the General Agent for the Can- adian West. H. E. LIDMAN 445 Main WINNIPEG, MAN. WINTER EXCURSIONS j TO SUNNY CALIFORNIA INCLUDING BERTH AND MEALS Unusuailr low rates from SAN f SANCISCO AND BACK___.. J35.00 LOS ANGELES AND 8ACK..I______53.50 SAN DIEGO AND BACK _ _. 57.00 SANTA HRIA1IA ANO BACK 50.00 RED9KOO BEACH A.YB BACK.____ 53.50 SAN PCDSO AW) 53.50 snta UHIFI m Travel by Sea an the big record-breaking :ean passenger steamship. "PHESIDIST" or 'GOVERNOR." SEATTLE 0 P. II. Thorsdaji 9 P. M. Taisiijs FROM VICTORIA 8 A. M. Wed.eiiliTi Oar free Illustrated folder conning Write to-dftT for a caps la NIILOCK it TULL. ASENT3 RUN [XCHiNOt SLOQ. OALSAKV G. W. ANDREWS. 9. A. P. 9, PARIFIO CoAlr Co. I York. Dec. -London cable ol the league. Mlloh Tilt; entrance iff tor Ihn teams islumish yachtsmen by (he announce, sat at 510 and they will be rcquin.il Wat of the Kaiser's sudden cancsl- to fork up at the next meeting. jl'ng of 'tlio yacht -race'from'Dover to: The Xews cup, which was Heligoland. ni and won by the Sporting Tue renson aovaticed here is jii'am last season will again be up lor I that the Kaiser must have taken this {competition. Last season six teams ;Btep for the purpose of publicly dent-, [comprised the city league. This sea jonstratins his displeasure toward the I son four has been deemed best. There JBrltish.over Sir Edward Grey's speech jarc sufficient'likely-looking players in IT1'8 Kaiser, anxious to encourage I town to'almost ensure each of tho j Denting, sort the leading English the or three years ago to Rifle and Pistol Cartridges The advent of smokeless powder called for.improved methods in the manufacture of rifle and pistol cartridges with tHe result that all cartridges are now made better than formerly, Winchester riHe and pistol smokeless and black powder-cartridges are made' in the most complete plant in the world, by experts! and can be depended upon to be sure fire accurate, and of maximum shooting strength. They cost no more than many inferior mates. Ask for the Red W Brand SOLP'EVERYWHERE W W M'.GOVERN IS AFTER COULON toar.is a creditable iiise-tip and contesis to conic this season have the ear-marks of being in every way su- I I outer a series of international races jfor 'fen days in -1Q12 at Kiel with a. period to those of last and they were j preliminary race from Dover f.o Huligo .land for prizes given by himself. The not too bad. District League Nothing decisive was done pert to Lethbridge and tht district other Briiish lengue which is part OL. the provin- n__it _ t il u body. The district situation cial [rather vague, in fact, and monts are awaited here. It appears that Bassano has been included in the Southern District League with Leth- bridge, .Medicine -Hat and Tuber. Bas- sano being entirely' out of our sphere is objectionable as a team for the southern division and here we fail io see eye to eye with the meeting held recently in, Calgary, at which the Idea was broached and passed up- on. However it appears fhat the meeting. was in doubt about Lethbridge and other southern towns agreeing to play along with such a distant point as Bassano. Bassano is in close prox- imity to Calgary and from Lethbridge standpoint of view should have been yacht racing association of the "UnMed Kingdom, at it meeting Novmber IS, not only confirmed this arrangement, regattas to suit the Kaiser's wishes, and the Dover to'Heligoland, Was de- finitely fixed for November 15, 1912. Today the race was declared off, no apologies and no explanations being offered. the once AMATEUR HOCKEY SQUABLE IN EAST ADMISSION OF RENFREW INTO THE LEAGUE CAUSES ALL SORTS OF.TROUBLE Oita'wu, Out., hitch that may result in tho .abandonment of al the plans- formed Jo -date 1ms occur- red in connection with the organiza- tion of the Ottawa brmwh of the in t hoekey .union. There was.a niectiiig this afternoon for the purpose of combining the-Ottawa C01- legc, Renfrew, Stewarton, National and New Edinburgh team as the lawn section, but at the eleventh hour the Ottawa University club re- fused to piny in the event of Renfrew being admitted. The Nationals stuck1 with the col- on tho proposition, and New Ed- ARE CHARGED WITH MURDER Calgary, Dec. Anderson and his wife wanted ,by-.the Calgary police in connection; with the mur- with teams of central (H- der of John -here vision in some ,way. R. H. Dobson [this morning guarded by Detectives dent of the provincial league at the recent meeting; in. Calgary, has been allotted the work of- organizing the outh. Another Bali There was a committee of three ap- pointed last evening to investigate matters pertaining to a liockey ball. Finances to support the district team s the principal idea in holding an- other of those affairs which proved such a grand success- last season. If he outlook is favorable for holding the ball it will be arranged after the fashion of 'the previous one but, of course, a -little better. Tickets' were sold at the same price will he charged on this occasion. Tiber in Line A. B. Cooke, the well known Taber- ite who is a lacrosse and hockey stick handler of more than ordinary ability, of hockey in Taber for the season when passing through here the other day. He says Taber Hi he in line when the time for j I battle is announced, and they will be J 'there as old. Taber has lost a G icouple of their players who compos- and'h Govern says he will make Coiilou'i weight. to "Johnny'' Coulon, whom he thinks he inburgh and Stewarton refused lo pro- could trim if given a cnance. Me-, cceil with the work of organization unless Renfrew was admitted. The deadlock was absolutely unbreakable, after arguing for one hour or so the delegates dispersed to meet again on Monday Tiext. Renfrew's acquisition was looked' upon as a boom .to the league, and they would have made it a very .in- terest ins series.. Without; Renfrew the league would 'confine interest to WHY WASHINGTON HAS ALWAYS'--BEEN-, ,OUT OF'THE RACE Washington has been in the Ameri- can league eleven seasons and has never finished higher than sixth, which happened on two occasions. while last bole has been the most .Ottawa and "He far less exciting. Ev- lionulnr position n-ith the Nationals. jerything lo0ked rosy previous to lo- an-aim- rtate affairs caa dav's mratirio, hut 'the unexpcct t attributed to faulty system winch has nl ed immediately ou- their arrival and been in vogue but one to- be 'nt college and national cluhs hj formally charged murder shelved under Griffith. A perusal of left things in a very unsettled state, of JVIiddleton. 'They were remanded'the team's, records, these years till Friday by Col. police tha-t no efforf'-WttSTeaHy ever Tho rHuII woman, you in food health will the regular of The Water of not a medicine just pure, -whole- C.C. PAGNUELO SPIRIT CO. L.thbrldps, Alt! TQ BOWL FOR WORLD TITLE Chicago Will Be the .Scene of First Match of'Kind TURKISH CIGARETTES who; niado to develop a young ball team, as aJFor years it seems to have been the. custom to purchase players from .ri- val teams in an effort to mako a win- ner out of a loser virtually overnight, and absolute .failure nas been, tile only I Chicago, Dec. the first time result. Just -why the error of tills sys-'jn tnelr history, bowlers will plfiy for tern was not realized IOEE ago is to be the world's title at tile international wondered at. Griffith, however, seems .tournament which is planned to be to realize that his only hope lies.in do- here in March. The tourney-will veloping ball players and.it is hard to played early in that month, hut see how he can do any worse than as t dates have been arranged, have his predecessors and he should Back ,lhe js do a whoie lot better. key, the president of the Chicago Am- ericau league baseball club. Accorfl- iuglo the "Old Roman" oycr 1200 bow- lers will compete for individual honors' Promoter JlcCarey, o'f Vernon. Cal., :In the .tournament will be represeuta- innounces that. Abo Atrell' and'John- tives from all the large countries, in ny Kilbane 'will fight 'ill thd world. The American Bowling rounds for the world's featherweight Congress as yet has not given its sanc- chumpionship at that place on New tlon to allow entrants from .England, Year's day. A-ttell will receive a JfviFrance, and Germany playing in -th-e 100 guarantee for his services, win, (championships, but it is oose or draw. that body will hot bar them. GO BETWEEN LlTTLE STARS OLD COUNTRY SPORT TIT BITS To Play Billiard Stirs H. W. Stevenson the crack English billiard player, arrived in London re- cently having spent four and one-half months traveling through Canada and Australia giving exhibitions. Stevenson will In -the n-3ar future arrange match- es with the many star .players now making their 'headquarters in London, among the list being Inman and Gray. Fulham Mayor Former Athlete Henry O. 'Norrls J.P., who was re- Engllih Next May It ii the plan of the English Olympic committee to hold the tryoiits for ilhe games in Sweden next year early in May, and the annual'track and field championships in Jane. The combine< meet of the colleges and A.AjA. wil be held next month in London. Lethbridge, Dec. 5th, 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge .LADIES AND ciBNTLUMEN: Mow ithat I am in the field as a candidate for election as a member of the Council Board' of this city, 1 tako this o'tijwrtiinlty of soliciting your support. I am iu favor of, mid will support If chicled a progressive pol- icy for Lollibridgo, an 1 it is at