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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDfiS-; DAILY HERALD Salm-fluy, December 1913 CALGARY HORSEMAN GETS A PARTIAL VICTORY IN HEAR. ING OF EDMONTON CASE Kteaton, The- Board ct 'Appeal of tie American Trotting as- sociaion, sitting in Chicago, has un-arded a decision in the Sutherland futurity case- Manager Stark, c-! tb? exhibition was preseat during tbe hearing of the case, repre- sfniing the association. The case .was that in which J. R Sutherland, of Calgary, irfco bad the oaly retry in the futurity "race at ibe last exhibition, claimed all o! ihe prize money cl The. ev- uibition association considered tbat 'Sutherland a'as to tte return of the entry ana torieit money.' Jitsttad of the eibibiiion 'associa- tion paying out. the lie deci- sion ol the board of appeal was that the association jsviil have to pay to Sutherland, ic settlement, an amount cg SHOULD PROTEST.... Calvary. Dec. Sam Meres that the Western Canada Base- can League should register a decided protMt-'TCltli- '--Natloaal Association asalnst ruling of Secretarr Kartell 1 denying ciess c. rating to this league. that some" cities- in" circuit have doubled population sicce Dominion census were taken, aud it Is1 manifestly unfair to rapidly grow. to insist ttatiaseball classl- ficstipa be biJed ea figures Tr-nlch are now all wrong" in of years more, though" no oilier Dominion census" wiit'be taken for.eiglit is looted upon as should some -before the S'atiopaf As- sociation's annual1 and it is Hijeiy. tbat tills league will have re. preseataUres at Omaha nest year to raaie'.a plea for The leather .during- (he. past two weets nas' t'ecn exceptionally warm, and It Is staUJ that if the fayorablo -.this -Tfill he. a record 'ia this iitnfl, ot'.enloj'ment al this ti'me n..Decenib6r.' isfternoon gaino" will he'Jiiay'ea Knights of PytbiaVi'nd and pt' ;irriaj V PACIFIC COAST SEASON 7 Saw Francisco, Dec. .ivefis of basehall'wiir'be played by' tie teams of tho Puclflc- Coast" lezjuj! f or the season of 101J." "The" season open March 1, and end October 2i. This was decided today at the here of the heads ol 4he lea- Vgue.- .The- magnates also, decided ttat no' more post-season g ames ball be .'played in the :VVANT TO GET INTO .Bffr'rjjWJj Chicago, Dec. universities; cu-ueitjute ai ino 01 ,tht latter here on..S.alnrdVy, lie ,ihiee thought Ki'ive tha ;bes} Matqueue has strength enough in .recent :games to push its claims very stroas- Buchanan's Scotch Nine lives J Survivors now ia the test of spirits. _OW many part's of tiVcosntry to th.a sonth are covereli "Mth'snow and tho weatber is is ecioylng such pleasant cjimaLio coaditioas that the parks boarcV rias "made arrangeruents ;orini'iue efents to transpire oa Sun- when open air con- certs will he given, in two of tho city "Y" DORMITORY BOWLERS OFF WITH' dormitory team secured a Etraiehl .Lola on the second ssrtes in the V. M. C. A. bowling league they defeated the Telephone .men last night, both games, of their winners'Vill bowl off with the for iiie leagse chamrionsblp. Tire'.Herald won the first series. TKo" score? last night: Telephone Archer US 14f ISO 96 131 10? 333 350 Dormitory- iVS Sutaerland J27 14? 3Sd 144 45' A PpLO CHALLENGE York, Dec. Wll A. of tho Polo associa- tion, the receipt ..today ol a cha'llcngo ot the Hnrlinghim club ql England for a series of matches to ba played for the international cup iu this country next that games be- played In the "early part of June. It Is vunder- sjood-oji good authority that the chal- lenge.will ha accepted.- HUGH GALL Of Parkciale Canoe Club and One of Best in the BASEMOL CONTRACTS HEAD dF .THE PLAYERS' PRATER. fJlTY THI tfS NO MEMBERS HAVE YET- Sl'GHeb.'.WITlj FEDERAL-. LEAGUE ijs'sw.T.orii, David L. PulU, ol the BaEebaivElaj'eTa'.Frii- ternlfy.lBsued.a stateffienl tonight; in which he" denied a-report that.a num- ber of major league ball players, mem- hers of the fraternity, had signed con. tracts'to play" with the.various'clubs in "the Federal'-league in 191-1. His statement oa the subject "Fdb'mft that a" number ol players in organized base- bait have signed with the Federal league, for the reason .that So rJor cent, oi the players in tile four larg- er leagues have stated Id me. person- ally, that thoy would not sign with 'anv 'rtna until Vnnfrjtctc nrc :f n .Elgns a contract wlth-elther'facUoa at thy present time will he considered to have committed act of hostility to the fraternity which may amount for expulsion, _ "We understand the Federal league GREY C.R.F.U.'S 'Itjf.fVCAL 'TO ADMIT MpwiiRSHiP. THE SfASp'N, fibruSMms to have S'rdlng Cup'arif'We' (Sj- dlan" Rugby union. A statement tliit "the no't .look- "on the." Canadian, ._- rnallqnil body' since' lls adfi'lt the' west to active member-" his to do wllli ..the Some MO the ot'-thf Grey that trophy for Canadian- Rutty': union, but cists of body declined jt'.jintess jt.wii turned' over union uucosditlottalty. at challeiuje ut ion' (not cus- todians ot; the How.ever, the University, of. Toronto "won the senior champion- ship of the nugby'.Mnfoi. in tie trustees turaed the Giey to them as "champions ol and the local university re- tained' the trophy, in ,10.10 aad_ J911, when Ujey'rs'peiiid their champion ship the' Canadian iiii- ion.. Last "the "Alerts of- Hamilton won thV'ckiWior.ship of tjht did not receive the Grey, cup, for reasons best known to the trustees What action is-.to be jyear been an nounced. though there is vault for The Canadian''" union presents 'caps and shields.' to_ifs" champion. plovers and by they recognil HOMESTEADER AND WIFE ARE WITH SLAUGHTER OF. STEER ON 'MEN. DENHALL RANCH L t Or- the wife ho two mouths ago, are un- ter'.arresl hero for a most serious of- lenity ol a bee! steer the Mendenhall -.Rinch- l-OKiitt Is lying In Uio cells. While, ils wife jiM'let out on hall lale. yw- i The'aifiir-occurred yetterdty el- Iho niot lulled'the t'eer'hetai'-fired at about three o'- loclc. who wia rld- Bff.ovir-'tSilipart of. tie ranch dit- bvcred the. bidding knimal, m'ted at the, ijlbfc'" Wwdell to the. and Slscqyerpd tie '.accused 'man and wo- drwslng the, beef. under wrest irbujilil- into.: the Unrn, where they ibif. iwait hitl. The afUIr is deplor- ed bite; ai brcutt and his young with ail who line'w MVOLVEK TOURNAMENT t: Vork, Dec. TeprbienUng VventyrtpTM cities will Hevol. ver-association- inter-club tournament The tnntche.s, irhich will be'slioi on. home, tiBpis the re- suits reported oy tele- graph, will continue- through the win- ter. The list of, cities; rep.-Mentfi by "tne cjiits 'is Baltimore, Chicago, Cave- Hrovider.ee, Hochester, San Francisco. Sault Ste. Marie, Seattle, Spokane Springfield, St. Louis Syracuse, Yqungstown, O. ile is 'my- iriend who, mankind would flatter, Holds up HIe's mirror, truth, that I may sec My iaults reflected thtie, to shatter, And 'craves no pardon for his ciuetty -rGrace E.'Mott.- SOCCER IN THE: -OLD; COUNTRY way of the players signing when the proper time comes, if they think the move a wiso one. A few of the play. ere may have signed already, and a number, nay Ravo'-agre'ed fa'.Mo so when the contract fs approved, hilt there la not .the slightest doubt in th'e'mtnd mernh'er'of ad- a'r'd dial'the playe'rtj'witi few exceptions, will remain loyal to tho fraternity, and will follow out the plan agreed Old Country, Football, London, Dec.6 are the. resylta ol scheduled leagua kf.mc-3 played" today oa the grounds ot the firat-named clubs: First Aslon Villa 2, Blackburn Roverj 3, Chelsea 1. Bradford City 0, Oldham Athletic 1. Derby County 3, Burnley 1. Everton" 1, Sheffield City 0, Manchester Un- ited '2.' 'Middlesborough 3, Newcastle Un- llcA't... wnetneid unued z, Frcsiun a'd o. 3, BoKori Wanderers 2. .TottenhaTri Hotspur 3, West niorn- wlch-Albion 0. Second Dlviilon BarriBlcy 3, Leicester FOSEO 0. felossop 1, Blackpool 2, fiury NotIB Pjounly 3. Julham 1, Birmingham 0. Orfmsby Town J, nrietol City 0. i IfudderilleU Town 0, Bradford: J. HullCily ercts i, Lincoln City 0, Rtnrkport CoyrTtf 3." j Nojts Forest 1, Clapton drltnl ,f.! Woolwich Arsenal 1, Bristol Karen 3, Porlsrnonth 1. Mcrlhyr Town 0, Brighton and Hove Albion, J ilam United 0, 3outhend Vjn- Hod 1, Plymouth Argyle 2, .Northampton 0. City 0.' Cryelal Palace 3, Watford 0. Swindon Town 3, Minwall Alb. 0..' Cardiff City I'i.Bsele'r City -li Scottish t. Aberdeen l.Kitmarnodrr-S. Ayr United 0, Alrdrleoniana 2. Celtlq 3, Third 'Lanark d. 0, Clyde 2.--, Dundee 5, Dumbarton 1. f'alkirk i, Ralth Rovers 0. Hamilton' Academicals Particle Hearts of Midlothian 2, Motherwell I. St. Mlrren.3, Hibernians 3. Hangers 1, Morton 4- rugby gamo .today, 'England 11 points Jo 12. -Ijjndon'Scottish'31 ffc% llossif-r Part; 10; Ijarlcqnins 8. Ulcettcr, 11; Cardiff 3. 28; Welsh 3. Civil Smites Cambridge 11. Wonderful Good -Nature ol .Crowds That Attend Football Matches in', the Old Country. huge crowds' attending the foot- ball matches In England and Scot- land havo often been the subject -of newspaper controversy, but all the talk in never chanfeo the- order oi things on Saturday ait'er: noons. Qne wonaero what AIUQ .p ana t man or men comprise thesfe small i the majority, w' armies'of huma'iilly. A more varied thoso inclined to crowd would be hard to find, for the ov'e'of foolb'all'fs the hearts old and young, laborer, artisan, .clerfc, manager, "or business' This mass of people in the opinion ofiiriany millUrj men, might be glv-; ing .their time .to military, training, .'or as many they .be playing tho looking on. But hero Is the rub. Journey in any.dlr rectlon in or around big city In the old country and-every open "place, or' pitying field Is.coyered with boys-or men playing th'e 'gtme. Many and many ol tho crowd have never kicked a halibut they'inde.nund the many have and: their country; wilt, bccauia unable on account ot some physical delect; many have played the .gams until they have- either -had to relira on-account of Injury, or, having eorie In for coniWer proper to risk Injury with others .de- pendent on them. _ Bay what critics will, >s long is the 'gomo :ia tiiyed in the if fs played present thesb ba assembled wherever "two 'teams meet.. -The question is often'askc'd as to. why they do not causa _ trouble Well, they dp but very rarely. As a rule tScy are'rnoro or- derly than a Sunday gchool 'o'uting knowfar that If they becorao unruly will close the grounds of, 'their "club tor period long enough" for them' to remember I next" time. there are jmea'arioiit, iut the'club directors'ask quickly subdue to riot- Bwart, the Bradford City: goal keeper, -is playing a flne game ihla season, one noteworthy perforfflanco being when he stopped" the wondBrfu' Blackburn Rovers' forwards from scoring on their own grouod. He never put a Toot wrong in the course of tho game and never seemed at a los'j what to dp with the ball. La.theron, tho Blackburn Hover for makes for tho other forwards, and has see few hlnisell. When Crompton will give lha game up Is a riddle tbat many will {ail to solve. Ho Is playing his well known skll.tful misterly game this seaion with tho eame energy is bf yorp. Pennington, CromBton's partner al bade lii so many international match- good for selection again this Anolher 'evergreen at tho game .is still snowing the youngsters a few tricks and the opposing "backs' his heels. That's Meredith. What would gallant little Wales do without Mm ID Internationals'! This Woman Knows How D, 0. D. Cures Skin Trouble! (This letter Is just "Toronto "I the {'.ntotber of twelve child- took' a bad at the birth 6( mj- last child, r wM laid up fivi wttV-B, with a doctor attending me this kind of glx ago t D. D. As I tfi leg at night until it'wne.ft Ulocdfng matt I applied a bottle Of I can't tell yoii the oiso.it fHvft nie." I neve; used to sleep the pain. Many a time 1 nea.rly tell with dizzlr.fes from. ;'want 'of sloip. Now my log is completely tlianka to blfitcd V. D: I Ou Hornby to that is best in National, Civic Home Life COMMERCIAL RcmehibeV is your candidata ond will support tho- large Industrial Program o[ lUe Cliy. Remember he Is your, candidate and that he Is out lor iff absolutely clean, city, llciuembcr your boys and girls. WORDING MEH-'-RtMemtf r lio has your Interests at heart, being :a working THEREFOHE. all ot jrpa. voters rally round And put bin; at the top of the poll on the couuL REMEMBER HE IS OUT FOR A USIER ETTER RIGHTER LETHBRIDGE Vernon Pearson Is the Only Candidate For Public Works >YHQ 1HA? ABOUT ANYTHING" OVER YOU WILL Give Your First Choice to PEARSON lie lins shown that: ha'understands Finance, Water- works nnd Public Questions generally. He has" not been in the 10 or UO years; lie is an un-rlo-'dalc num. j; He lias not made any rash promises ,but he-will give you cienn water as soon as practicable ami fis cheap us possible. He lins.Hpd a reiil sound training and is first class supervisor, n! writer "11 "i ii i He is a Mecliiinical Engineer and one few on M the west, who is an authority on Producer Gas., the coin- .ing power generator of the world. His knowledge will to develop Lelhliridge Alton Villa, last season's cup hold- era, h'aVe not got into their' usual stride. Dut wall until the cup ties round; then you will aee the difference. Chelsea, with all tbeir talent and their wealth, are hanging about the eipecttd a cure. only go! D. P. D. to lake the Jlch away. Hut by degrees I saw bfg sore gelling 1 have a thankful to- day. Mrs. Stilt, 402 N. Weston Rd. West Toronto. The cures of D, D. arc be- lief. All druggists havo this sooth Ing, cooling wasli also the cfflc linl V. 0, Sfcin Come to us and we will sell you the first lull size botilo on the guar- antee that u will stop tlie Itch tit or >our, money refunded. J. HiElnbothnm Co.. t.td. Drug- gisie, bottom of the again this sea- again. con. A heft men would do them.a" lot of goo'd. Woolwich Arsenal at their homo a't'ijighbury are quietiy-'gathi ing. points', and bringing better.'trioh'ojr'Cfe'f find their back.to tho first An Acceptable r Christmas Gift For Your Friends inthe; Hudson's Bay Best Scotch Whiskey in Fancy Jug, Freight and Dniy Paid There arc many people living hero who would like their friends across the sea to receive o bottle of Hudson's Hay Whis- key for Christmas, but have been" rtdtcrred from sending owing to tho complicated customs.regulations. We will deliver Preterit and Duly paid lo any address "In the United KinMom. n One-. Quirt Fancy Hoyal DouHun Ware Ju'g of hay CO HO famous "Best Proctirable" Scotch Whiskey at each Let ui have your order early-loemure prompt delivery being made I" The Hudson Y Bay Co. ;