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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD Tueday, Decemberfl. 1910. LATEST NEWS THEHEKALD'S THE-ART OF FENCING ,V sporting irwitlier ,irlll -be what you'll .wmnt ,pur stock, is replete -with anything; and jererythihf you can aele lor and foods -of all" kinds mre'Al quality, therlwt made. THOSE NEW BAGS we show would be by a wenow ahow Jnvthe goods line is of make sold' at lowest The Leihbridge Sporting Gpdds Co. .1032 st. The Lethbridge rink man- .agement are very cheap .season defects. Because of "the delay in Having -theni instead: 7 the usual icharge of >fbr gentlemen's :.ttckets, 'lakes' for js.50. and" .children-J3. A double ..ticket issued for ,f y Bay or L Holdeh; L. B. '.125 Gone linar George ;Kyle Heather Blend, b.-oi- 'br. Ayrshire" ;or Bread- cess. Bladiid; Bar filly, weanlingprby Labelle? Henry Brown weanling, by Tork-; 80 "55 shire rThe 'Hrorletta-' 'Henry Bay: w.eanliniv.-by Mazagan Sea Nymph; provisional directors appreciate having the subscribers ;pay up the-balance; V. The, provisional are Wm. Oliver, -Shep- The .-Club, a separate 'organ- ization from :the -Lethbridge -Carters, Jjtd., has affiliated with the It C. C: C. of Scotland, and 'it is hoped'that rinks representing'the club will Attend the annual bonspiel which held at Edmonton this year, commencing lie 18th day of Jaimary next.' The !T. M; C. has not yet coop- erated with the other-curling organ- Cations, -but when they -become settled in.; theirl'new building and are better irganlzed they intend to be repre- ehted among the curlers. Wpvincial son declared carry, towns': to'' Red "-Deer" meeang :on Gib- 'to Jones ;rumprs.would "lie quiet until the ides offspring. -T Hackenschniidt" failed utterly to 'budge .Zbysco in an -libur's wrestling match in Buffalo. Gptch, jGama and many others have tried same It May ba. the Finest ;'of.''-Athletic 'Pursuits nAlmost .all, .tte. athletic on. the been mehtionci.tcir.; the LetHbridse'Y. which .-is due to open In !the course of the next two there is one pursuit: Jwhicli- has.been-overlooked ap- piarentlyh-an important one too, Ayhich is found in: A. gymnas- iums, .and-that is the art of fencing. to-rank in -order, .of precedejice -ia proportion as -they into ;play Uie '.QLualities' of the mind.- as. well; as ;those of the bodj invigorate one a game should'be such as to divert his or her thoughts "out. of the, ordinary channels they have .been riin 'i I w TT mc j xxa v o u j. uij, .thing rand -all failed. .When the Pole.) succeed in do TVanfs'firi RiifVk ie tho "hiiTnan iTicr if 'It___i_l- T_- to stick he simply is the human flypaper.' h, The .trip; of to Cu- ba is said to.have been a partial fail- ure of the fact Jennings' was" not .with the Thr .'isian.ders wanted .to-hear and see "Ee- patronize the_games the not ambriif those "Abe out .with strong, staite-' ment "tojth'e.effect 'that he didn't "pull, Conley, ;ajid that tie lat-> ter'is one of young fight- ..._ -business. The first part o. this is mentioned merely to'show that ajrtturn' matchCis on the "way. The ..Catcher Stanage says that Eddie tonmeiriB-is i: better pitcher than Jack be better, but "he luckier nor is he-was such a team ;ey McFarlahdV new trainer says the lightweight 'limit and it soon; -This joydus news Some in his Dr. Gibson "at was'informed tJttat clubs leafue'.would have -to -comply, with" certain-Tale's ;to the such as -perfect size" or itttJE, lighting and. perfect.condition of the ice. The Ideal Table Water Apart' entirely frea iti palttabiUtr a mHTTIfall KaVirM.fm. AJ. 7U A iU popolarity ..table, water to thcnpeutie vmloe. ilow of cited cad helpefl; tha acidity of the stomach it MAGI It water no added foreign colationa. It the crystal" sad tirtoest oi by even >uteik. fhtimt to At loieaioci tnetiod of boajmg, MAGI iivtn below .bed-rock to -cm inah it. Caledoaia Ut Caledonia Spring in apfltn, and quaroi ana -half-jraDaeiii at cafes. bart OVERTURES WILL >E MADE LAST .YEAR'S OTTAWA PLAY- SOM E Tl ME f H IS WEEK If They Balk, Club WiJI Trotpui all Local Talent -in Sight Ottawa, Dec; Chairman B. B. of, the- players committee of: the Hockey Club, says work win this week rounding up play- ers for this year's team. "We want aH of last year's men and will offer thenr terms for the season. don't think the time "comes around we will have any difficulty in getting the pne jneniber of the crab states that it is the intention to carry only eight regular" players an'd'draw on the city EACH Tarsity- and Hamilton-' Tigers; each made on the'game, it being-es- timated that ;at the The the stands alone costing It was figured that over people took in the game, many of whom se- cured free admission when the ihike Street gate was rushed. Of this Toronto contributed ;-fiilly the Grand Trunk carrying the R. while the Macassa had a; load of to say nothing of tiie'many motor parties. This resulted in ah ex- penditure of for railway fares, spent for tickets, giving aitotal of spent on the part ptthe Tor- pnto delegation for these two alone. Added to this, there -was fully more for meals and hotel; ex- penses, including the little in cigars and Tom Flanagan's training while another must have been spent on preparatibas, -preliminary ribbons, favors, eta, _bring-. ing .the to spent by'the Toronto crowd, all of; which was.taken to the Queen City, as it is estimEted this pbr- 4on coahtry.- lettlng-imafay-: a" fat'purse: slip' by Msvindifference. to the' ought.to one of-the ,-V Jack O'Brien, the -fight- er, manage'to" extract'some advertising from the of 7--------------, Mr. Drerel .in Philadelphia. Jack is extent of thinking" that ing merely- and .puts into play ten: balance: -you have mastered' the technique iris-possible, .with 'the aid of 'quickness tb do a. great .true'sign of ;a-fine-tencer.. As real val- ue of- a the physi- cal remurcesr aniP'those' who follow a sedentary .'occupation cannot do ter'.- than-..see'fencing as an pppor- bringing into play those ;iHUsclesl which, do not get their. ;share, !as nature-has in- -V" _ golf dancing, .etc.', may and a certain amount of .'yioient .exercise; -but unless does ,'tiiese things. in. a. .manner thai satisfies the most critical one is apt tc feel Fencing insists upon; style and form; the are .practically, synonyniousi, and .is., not pdssible to possess: one without; the. other. There is-always room: and -necessi tor -a; sport like; this which.js gulshed .above mothers .lor ence form. .And fencing only and-moulds, in sfactory the human-body )ne may good.hock'ey" player, one may be position may.-be, specta view, other-than. grace- .games 'we- to .undervalue-form.and not league youngsters jfor spares: This jmean that each player will receive m that more than this, amount was. lost by the Tiger supporters, who paidTfpi all the Toronto fun. Montreal and '.6 tawa, in addition, must have strong the" other mem of this -famfly.. x Broken. arms; .don't" seem to 'bother Champion Ad Wolgast' a bit and" it doesn't matter to him how soon' he fights. .Jle continues to bay property and -to build houses. Another -habit" from Lis predecessor iu the championship chair. '4. The-hoiiday was.marked by exchanges of wallops ".outside of the regularly, scheduled ring says a Chicago exchange.1 Piliivant, a Mar- athon .ninner, stopped in his race long enough to mix it with a couple" of spec- tors, and thereby lost the event prob- ably, as.he looked all over a winner at The time. Out.of Gunther park there was, a merry old scrap in a football the. of six or seven hun- iow_anfl hi I fifOrt vlsuvn J.t-_i I -uitt -i-nft.nrro the must- be, divided ualiy, and the OtUwas intend paying the ;big .money to the best players Some of the men wIH- receive quite as much as they did last year. the case of Staart, Lake, WaJsh I who each received f last- season, j there wffl be a shortage in their pay "j .-Shbald any of last year's men on the stipends; handed out the clut will .have to look" to local hockeyists who performed.in the north country last year. In fact one club officer made the statement to The Free Press he thought the Ottawa- team would be made up this winter mostly of playere from last year's Cobalt and Hailey- bury.teams, such as' Horace Gaul, Tommy Smith, Nick Bawlf, ed more to the Varsity as this much was wagered on the yel- Skcce -Kowan, Edgar- Billy Baird and several other good ones are stil! in town and will likely stay here tin- less the north country un- der vay again. eastern "bettors. The -attendance at last "year's game with Ottawa in Toronto was with an estimated total of The receipts were each team getting so that the game on Saturday broke alUrecords for last year's fig- ures were the best up to that time. and the chief cause of it refused to leave-'the field when told to do so being declared the losers merely go. to show that the patient man-is usually the end. '.It-appears "-now that'Attorney Ken- the newest ..candidate for. the league, presidency Jng backed b ace b Barney Dreyf uss of the Pirates. Which enhance any appreciable extent. to The Ring -fornvand; substance are enemies. Bear in that physical jrery .little jto do" with fencing. Thatls, the reason why many sound knowledge" re- commend the the foils to the frailest of one has enough strength. to :hold the; light foil in direct its motions, you easily acquire proficiency in, fencing and foil practice will im- part to the most ungraceful woman, all the suppleness and ..grace .that she could-desire. Fencing naturally im- parts dignity and inates. the coarseness that is apt to i playing strenuous door team games. i 'It imparts ;a-dignity of carriage that! can be-acquired in gance of action and the ease of repose soon-follow.. Besides of the foils gives dexterity tp tie wrist, "of touch; a firm and to women ensures the -complexion that nature intended her to have. fencing of, all'pastimes .and exer- ,cises-has more "romance" to help it recommend it -than the whole of the remainder, and" what will .Attention of a reader more than- a chapter or of an exciting encounter, swordsmanship? The art retails many of the characteristics of the rapier fence of the seventeenth century so far as the defence is con- i cerned. and rapier play was as JEM MACE FOUGHT ROLLER AGAIN BEATEN LEAGUE IN THE EAST Dec. formation of a new hockey league is .being discuss- including Ottawa Wanderers! -vaile and the Nationals. The men who have been holding out for larger salaries are said tQ be at toe of .IN 500 BATTLES London, Dec. Mace, -who died here today, was 78-years old; De- spite his years he -was .as hard as nails, but had fallen in straightened ines and last year compelled tc seek an old age pension. Fifty years ago Mac was in his prime and-it if estimated that he fought at least 600 times. In his younger days Mace bore the reputation of being the hardest hit- ter in the worid. INTERNATIONAL CYCLE N RACE ON THE York, Dec. Big Tim- Sullivan -fired -the shot started the eighteenth annual six day bicycle race at one .minute past midnight this Corning. Wiley of Syracuse x, paired with -Lawrence of San Krancisco, in the socalied pony team, and as full Of deviltry as its ancestors (ohe sword of the middle ages was as' sturdy and-as brutal, is practice fantastic as the prevailing taste i- speech, whilst the "elaborate guards S after the .of the the foil of today resembles the elegant-small sword of the ;anaged-by the wrist and fit weapon wherewith W between bewigged, be- bepowdered gentlemenic courtly and highly modern fencing led the -bunch at the end' of" the first C? mite. His timo v-j-7 _ mysteries of the secrets of the 'sword. His time was 2.37. At the-end of the first hour all covered 24 miles 4 ls.t.. stiJi leading. At the snd hour'all the teams were miles 5 laps. The record Lufourcade f- which is so ----elaborated that tha fascinatiof fiij of the.game never ceases, provided the if 3 fencer has been led deep enough into the teains had PS, with s heard anything lately, eith- about Ed being traded to the -jSt. Louis' Browns for George Stone nines i and a few others. The guessers can" Fabre mafce any oj their yams stand ur> at jail- Importers of the Oldest and Choicest i ini TORQ produeed any country under the sun Shipments made to all parts of the country Enquiries for any of our Specials n i? SO Jicited 4O7 2nd Ave. S. Phone 543 ;