Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

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 Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THIS DAILY HERALD PAGE Tl-IUEK HERALD SECTION Harry AiidiKon Coming to Al- Dope For May Meet Anderson Lightweight in Town ,.WM 6. B. m Frank Muntell, who has been in "IHo eyo'.oMhe boxing fans here this Jail, the victim, ot Billy. Weeks' only appearance 111 Lethbridge, Is to meet 'Battling Calgary motor me- chanic and scrapper, in the squared circle In Cow'Town on Dec. lo, in a] boxing carnivs! being staged by the .Bport scribes of the three Calgary pa pqrs. Local fans-will watch Mantel] s in. Calgary with Interest. Harry. Anderson who appeared here for about threo seconds when he Wasted Ronnie MacDonald's ring hopes- last winter, is going to be in Edmonton shortly where he is .likely 'to meet Johnny O'Leary under the 'auspices 'of-rthe 318tli battalion. The LethbridBe Sports club has been in communication With .Anderson and it would not be-surprising If he were to.perform, in theVmain bout with Joe Bayley-or-some other good light- weight first bout stagcd-'after New Year's. The local club which has boeu pro- moting the hoiin'g'bouts here the past .couple of months, 'are having a aet of regula'r circus seats -.made for tho ringside1 fans for the rest of the sea- son's matches; The hew seats will accommodate about 200 at the ring- side.'- j Trophy Now Rests Between the Y. and G. X. Game Dec. 12 Last night in tho Ewert trophy basketball game the Y. M. C. A. used the, eliminator on Knox when they put them out of the running in a close and well contested game by a score of 40-35. The game was more or less conceded to the Y on past perform- ances, hut the issue huug in doubt till the last minute when Dunaworth and Kane worked nicely together, run- ning In two field goals. For the losers McKillop was the bright Individual star, working unceasingly and holding his check well in hand, but the bal- ance of the team were woefully weak on shooting and missed numerous l chances to turn defeat, into vlctory Por the Y. M. C. A. Dunsworth played hit usual star game, covering the I whole floor at once, and worked hut left his position rather often in an endeavor to shoot. The result of last night's game now leaves the resiin'g place of the Ewert cup to be decided next Tuesday when the Grain Exchange and Y. M. C. A. meet. .The first game between these resulteil In the G. X. win- Pacilic Coast HdCKEY SEATTLE BEAT PORTLAND Elevtfl Minutes' Overtime Needed to Decide Game Scuttle, Deb. 11 minutes' the Seattle club defeated the Portland Rosebuds here tonight by a score -of t to 8. Seattle came from behind and played a flue uphill game, the overtime, play was strenuous, Dunderdaie and Wilson mixing mat- ters freely, .and Iroth being sent to tho penalty bench for the balance of the The result furnished another t sui-brise in the coast race. Seattle, however, showed better condition. PREACHEH BARRED AT WEDDING; HE SCORED GERMANS IN SERMON Washington, Doc. Rev. Dr. Hando'lph 11. McKIm of Ihc Church of Epiphany did not officiate, as had boon1 expected, at the marriage at 110011 to- duy rf the Huron von Schocii, doctor of the German embassy, and Miss Catherine Blruoy uf this city, because the German embassy decided ho hud disqualified himself by hie Thanksgiv- ing Day aermon. in ho assailed Germany for deportation of Hclgians. In his sermon tho doctor declared "lo all their outrages against civiliza- tion the Teutonic powers now have, added tlie Infamous (Time of enslaving a whole population." Tho wedding was attended by Count von IJernstorff. Countess vim Bern- und members (if the emlmyKy j M stuff. Baron von Sdioen is uboiil to bo transferred lo Mexico. IN CANADA ANNUAL MEETINO OF INTERNATIONAL LEA'.'.UE Mow York, Dec. row, president of tlto louytie, today Int-i IMll Bar- lltUiiiil or tl.t! annual nicctliiK of tho loattiK. held in New York City, ember II. i'rcsldoai. Harrow iiaiil Ihe cll'b owners of Ihe ha.l nil the matter of an inter-luasuo schedule wi'b the American nsKOeUi'.'.O'i to !-U discretion. 'ii.ii'iujl Edwanl Vesoy, u (armor a row miles cast of High Rlvor. riled suddenly from what was supposed In be ptomaine poisoning. T O O K E COLLARS IS CENTS EACH TOOKE BROS. LIMITED MAKBUS MONTREAL FIRST HOCKEY IN SPOKANE Whirlwind Game, in Which Vancouver Was Defeated i Spokane, Pec. the first I professional hockey game in this city, Spokane defeated the Vancouver club here tonight by a score ot 6 to 4, audj went into the lead in the coast league.' The match was of a whirlwind nature, and with a sensational finish intro- duced'the game in a most fitting man- ner. Vancouver showed superiority around the nets In Uic early stages of the game, .but Spokane came with a rush in the later stages, winning eas- ily. Lester Patrick was badly tho first period. auU had to retire for repairs. GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES TO BE SLAVED AT PHILADELPHIA nine 34-30, and the second meeting saw the V come hack with a 28-27 country club near Philadelphia.' This is indicated ,by the action of vile ex- ecutive committee oC the Profession- al Golfer's association, which day selected the Pennsylvania course, j While the selectio'n is not final un-j til ratified at the annual meetini; of the tinned "states (Jolt association, It i Bhes of the victory. Both teams are conMent iif that they will leave the floor with an- professional Bolters American Faiui Are Calling For More Action and Less Penalties YOUNG MAXWELL, Lightweight Lethbridge Is the mecca bf'boxers in the province of Alberta.'and Young Maxwell, lightweight, who has.forgot- ten more about the ring game than other win and are practising hard in the meantime. Last night's line-up: Y. M. C. A. Knox. Irwin (8) McKillop Davis (H) Murray. Kane (2) McBeth Dunsworth (0) Stewart Jones (2) (0) Yageim Utility Lund. Previous to the big Sio girls' Beds and Whites, plaved od'and the "to.arnamcnt be awarded some pugs ever knew, blew m yeater-1 teams, the B He has approached the an exhibition game, the former win- bridge Sports Club to line up a light-ining 13 to 3. For the winners Ada weight match for him, and it loqkt as! Munay played a stellar game, ihoot- it he could be accommodated. Harry j ing consistently., and for the opposing Anderson, Johnny O'Leary 'or Doris Chalders and Jessie Robin- t No or' series of events, well attended or retain popularity unless there is scoring, says the Philadelphia" Evening Led The-Jhig majority of baseball tans would rather see a slugging game than one of technical merit, Where the. batsmen are retired in order. The crowd goes to see any 'aport for the action there is in It, and I" killed or stifled the succe'ss of that snort is a page of history This same thing is tiue of football -The attendance figures at hie games now and 20 years ago show that the public likes an open gnne, the forward pass has brn ght to its present state. In the old da! s, when a team only five yards to gain 'm .three "downs, when mass plays tackle and tandem forma- tions reigned supreme, there wns little to the game., except psrfect-phy- condition and beef. By the 'game token, baiket ball tans sou a lot of action' "Thus far there has been little fast play In the games played by the Fast- em league. This has been true he- cause oC the "great number of foais called. Mbre 'ban a foul a minute was called In the first four It is not to see, therefore, that the fans are by no means satisfied with'the'play of their favorite There always will 'be fouls in basket v ball, bat more are called now be- cause the Eastern league has adopted an system which calls tor a referee an3 'ah -umpire in the cage. What the referee misses the umpire IS supposed to get.' He has certainly done "his duty. The result lias been painful to the basket ball lover. There hasn't been any basket as a matter of fact. All_of hare resolved them- contests between elimination of tie alleviate this Un- healthy condltten., and the sooner It is done the; Better. A Slogans Wanted! If you knew em nnd It In, .Win the El- dridgt tewing Bayley. will be secured if possible, and a match iof. the three and Young Maxwell appears to he a cer tamty, if Maxwell in his workouts shows that he has the goods. Max- well will work.out'rfithYp'hng Ross in his training for the Weeks-Ross luatch. YOTIIB Maxwell has met O'Leary five times In his career, whining twice" and losing three times. Joe Bayles has a 12 round decision over Maxwell, who lias also met Eddie Dick Hyland, Percy Covo and the re- doubtable Bat Nelson. Loral fans will have a chance to B8B Maxwell work out this week. ion Tvorked haKdHo'stave-off defeat. BOWLINS TONI6HT The Mercs and the I H. C. will meet tonight in a Bowling League at the Dominiqn Alleys at 8 o'clock v v FACTORY WORKERS and others who labor indoors should always take the strength- compelling tonic-food in SCOTT'S EMULSION to keep up their strength, nourish their nerves and increase their energy. SCOTTS is helping thousands -why not you? bcouftBowne.Totonto.Ont. 16-13 Maehine. C. Wi Ha hsens And That's the Reason He Is Now National Amateur Golf Champion New York, Dec. Chiok Evans, the national open and amateur champion, New York rece.ntly after his triumph at the Merlon club, Philadelphia, he said that in winning amateur ..championship had vaulted into the highest point of his life's ambitious. w- "t have reached a point m my said Evans, ''whore It is not necessary for me to break out In a cold sweat whenever I have to sink a long putt to win a hole.' Fact of the 'matter la that it was just this enabled him t0 defeat Robert Gartner for the na- tlonal title, and wlitnh carried htm to victory in the open tournament] some time earlier. Of course, there I were few times when Evans' nerves were strained by 'the nature of the putU he was forced to take, but the fact that he had lost man; matches in his'long career as a tournament player thrc.igh poor putting made his performance stand out "1 have learned to drive as I never drove Evans slid. "My mashle shots have Improved all sum- mer, and I want' to' say right here that it was with the greatest- elation that I finished oft the hole which lave me the title. Evans several times'lias been rnn- -ner-up In national tourneyi, anS has finishc.1 there or thereabouts in many meoti, but the big plum he was national ama- teur has been 'Just out of his reach. I Evans is assured that 1C sofee golfer Is to take-the champloiUhlp from him next'year he'll tisye" to" play iome regular champloBJhfp golf to do It; "I're got tiSt Evans, taid. "fad I to keep it as long as 1 tun." FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD LtTHtRIDGE 24-Hour Service Caters to Ford Business. Let Us Demonstrate Warner Lenses Yankee Pumps Uunlop Goodyear Dominion Tiro Have You Tried Vultex? More thsp iifty of Parliamentarians are sirring Empire In the senator hu aent ions to t front, luwe 'while twenty-two others haw of ,-aach a la the wttM. (of UvB Mtilt. AUTO OWNERS t 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers 1916 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers Don't forget we can sell you tire'f cheaper than any place in'tlic t EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DIAMOND TIRES SquMgee Tread "I t -f V Baalim Motor Co. it's "Give me WRIGLEY "Drop a nickel, the in the little corner sold the largest selling gum in the world.! Because it benefits while it gives the longest-lasting pleasure for the price. Chew U after every meal Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrlgley Building, Toronto, for the Sprightly Spearmen'a funny Mother Goose book. C45 Department of The Naval Service Canada Overseas Division The Royal Naval Canadian Yolunteer Reserve Men are required of food character and good physique, for service Over- seas, in the above force, with the Imperial Royal Navy, for the period of the war. CinJidieo mutt be the loni of ntlurnl born Brilnh lubjccli; between 18 I 3S yean old, it lout 5 feet 3 Incheiin height, uml 33 inchel No previoui eiperience neceuiry. Tl ft 17 V V Ordiniry Swraen and Able entry, day lOc. diiljr to Sicker Rt i. provided. Provincial Naval TteDniillnj Committee. 15. rniry wraen an e e, to Sicker Rttifigi. Segarstion per montby A 1'rec Kit Knr fririhrr Mrticulm innlv to H. Wilson. Honorary jSecreUry, 10034 .lasper For Iditter ptrncuun apply 10 Avenuei bridge, Alberta. to the Avenuei Edmollt0n, or Navnl Recruiting Office, P. W Downer, Honomryl Sectetary, I.eth- ;