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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TftE LETHBRIDGiE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, Pec, ft WINTER SPORTS WILL. SOOW .-BE ON arid roods for cold weather youTl want; Our stock is replete -.with anything and everything yon; can ask for and goods of all krada Are Al the made, we show would be. envied by a Corbett or a'Fitzsiminons. Everything fn the sporting goods line'is of jnake and sold at lowest tethbridge ihg Goods Co. Phone 1032 Fifth jftfc South LATEST NEWS THE HERALD'S Baseball ALFIE IS CRITICIZED ENGLISH CUP MATCHES Ntvr thing '._ -Ract racing game, revived a few weeks ag uiider-auspicious .conditions, is in bad way; the result of th internationa.! team race, won by Hoi mer and QueaVthe American team, in the record-breaking time of 2 hourh 2 minutes, seconds. The failure of Aifreiff Shrubb. th speedy. run to form gave race a_ bad color. He and his favorites Shrnbb, -however. down condition, and "being "forced -16 quit 11 Shrubb's performance was hardly keeping, accordinir to the sports, with (his recent race .in. Boston, when he went fifteen, miles alone at a fast clip. Fint .Round Been Made _ London, is the 'draw for the -first-.round of, the F. A. be played Jan 14th. iNew Brompton vs. Bradford ..City; Ch'elseauvs. County BoltorL-Wanderers vs. Ches- Sftrfteid; MMdlesborongh Glosson; teeds: City. vs.'Brighton; Warford TS. Barnaley; Coventry; Sheffield .Wednesday South End vs. Blackburn, Rovers: Sheffield United vs. Darling- ton Grimsby .vs. Grey don Common; iTattenhari Botspurs vs. SQUwali; 2STor- .rwich, TS. Sunderland; Erantford TS, Preston" Nbrthbend; Birmingham TS. Queens par .West Brunwich Albion. ys> City; Stoke TS. Manchester Swindon _ vs. Nottscounty Liv- erpool vs. Gainsborough; Clayton Or- ;ient vs. Woolwich Bristol City vs. Crewe or Carlisle; Korthainn- .ion. vs. Rochdale or Exeter vs. Burnley; Blackwool Manchester I .JNew. Castle "United .-TS. Bury; I Hull; .Westham.Tin-.-- Poos-1 discuss any of the circumstances sur- GREEK WALKING AROUND Arriv East Regiria on Hit Way Wager on Regina Leader: round the world the equivalent to. I10.UOO. a Greek reach the city "Sat- urday coming-from the west. For two years he has journeyed on. his way. starting from. France, and has one his He; arrived in the-city on. Saturday morning .Saving come from Moose Jaw-and.: left., the" same, evening for Balgoaiei a represen-- Leader; the traveller refused.to be interviewed, .stating that one-of his. "pet aversions" was the press, and althongh he mildly hinted-that if the paper was prepared to pay wen for his story, he .could give them a good one. That hie. had Seen paid the sum. by.--a California .paper was one-of his asser- beyond this refGSed to sexTS.; Southampton; Crystal Palace .vg? Everton; vs. Aston- Wolverhampton ,TS. Accrtngton. TO O M UCH TO EXP ECT the climate agree ,-with your more than Td ex- Jiect of .any Set PROOF "Have forgotten that you owe "Not at alh Didn't yon see me try to dodge into that Journal. Skating The Ring LARGEST CROWD AT THE RfNK LAST NIGHT The -skating craze to ,.have taken hoH. of >people of Lethbridge. Last night the crowd at .'the rink was larger than ever. The band furn- shed good, music'and the Ice vas decidedly improved-, which rdade everyone feel in a raerry The dressing room accommodation jeems to please, the" though >oraewhat. .the ice. ;A 'walk rom. the ice will be. ina'de and ska'te- r to the dressing -room} to iacili- at-e matter-s. Billiards FORTY-FIVE ROUND BOUT Is Only Kind -of, a Go Wolgast Moran MAN Oft Oro and Mrt. Meet In a Poor Championihrpt-Gontett: v e -n- Tori, Dec, agarnst man for the .thef world will be ari attraction carded, in near fjiture, it: became known to- ighL Alfred de Oro has accepted the haUenge. of Mrs_. Bertha May King, woman, champion; Will Grand Rapids, Mich., Dec. "I -will meet-Oweu.ln.. of 45 to a finish on February 22, one -year from the day I won the light-weight championship, in any ring in the world, providing- my end of the not. less is. zhe aniouhcenient inade'iere today by Ad Wolgast in answer -teethe cuailenge to him 'issued by Owen 'Mor- Wolgast wished it he sets, the date- of a Moran so far ahead only because :bf his fractured .arm, feeling sure that it .will _by that time hare regaiied -its former "It took me too- long' to reach .the top in hard trayelling to. risk my title in a contest of less. -than 30 with some 'will-o'-the-wisp boxer who might outpoiat tie. without doing- afty. damage in a short session. Aid I: do Hockey FIRST CITY LEAGUE GAME DECEMBER 15TH Schedule and Practices Arranged at Meeting -'A? full-turnout, of members attended the City. Hockey League meeting in cbe> Dallas last evening; The principal business-was the drawing up of; a. schedrile-and arranging for practice 'first- game, takes place on 'the 15th month, Lawyers vs. Sporting-Goods. The league matches will continue until Feb. 2nd. Amateurism The question of amateurism and pro- issionalism" was "discussed -and, the sense, of the meeting that the McGRAW GETS GOOD SALARY NeAV" Tork; Dec, e._john ______, who has just signed a'contract to man- age the Giants: for Jive years, win be paid between? his slices of the annual profit melong. Charley to, have offered: Fielder Jones a seavon to come back and: manage the White Sox, but Jones'didn't come back. 86 far as: is Jimmy "McAlaer the highest priced manager of the American..league. He drew; last season and hascsignsd a two-year contract .for ;a year. Roger for bossing the .St. Cardinals, and Fred Clarke about the .same amount ,for piloting the Frank Chance draws a. in Chicago, and_ is ..a What can only be the 000, it and profit .bonus amounted DIAMOND BUTT6NS -UMPIRES Johnson of an. diamond .bul tons 'for the four..umpires who partici pated in the; worldfs; series just the same as-'for: the. twenty-three mem bers of Philadelphia team. .In past: tiie .National Cora mission'has limited ;the jewelry -to th players, the it ......-.._- meets me in a bout to a Mre agree will affair" not intend Ja: rfelr.it The in-vogue ihrosgitout BominioE: be strictlv upheld." This gone into at the next meeting league. .._, "Colors Selected Club colors iave'been chbsenA-Sjport- his .walk. He.called on Mayor Williams dur- ing.-Saturday; and presented .a book i which he-explained had to be signed by the mayor of each town ;he passed through, in, addition to having the seal of the corporation thereon affix- ed. The signed the roll and added the seal of corpora- tion of the City of Hegma and the traveller went on his way happy. TheTurf ITS NATURg "Fencing is a contrary sort of art." "Why "Because often a strong effort is a feint American. KEENE'S YEARLINGS Shipped' to England Are Good Looken New York. Dec. Tea of James R. Keene's yearlings will -be- sent -to JEugland and, on their looks and breeding, should show advantag- eously on the British turf. .Three .of the youngsters. ivLicii -are. all Gas Us- toe. bred, are by Hippodrome, a son of the great Conimando, The others are Voter and Disguise. They have all been satisfactorily tried. ATTELL ANa WOLGAST New nexit Jight of Abe AtteS, the featherweisht.cham-; be against Ad Wolgaat for the rnmored sporlLog.; today. At- tell's clever- against-Pal Moore has stamped MnHin: the ;eyes- of sport? dom, "as being, in the same class with. Joe Cans and Battling at 133 pounds in.'the ring today. NO PICTURES IN BOSTON Boston, Dec. refusing, to per- mit'.pictures or; the. Moran-Nelson fight to be shown here Fitz- gerald today stated that hereafter will provide for Hank O'Day. :Chafles Tom Connellj and .the arbiters, as well and ManagerConnie. Hack-.of Athletics arid President' Thomas; J_ Lynch-of tae ing Groods win appear in purple and National League.: The emblems will white; Ottawas, red and black; grey and -red? or- ange and blads; Hick-Sehl, red and white. lawyers ha-ve yet rto make; a selection. i'., Imprdvemehts lighting and a' number of-other improvements at' the rink was sug- gested, and will be seen to. r T; i District Meeting -In view oi the fruitless trip 01 Sec- pictures which sliow pugilistic "engag-f 5 ed. fistic encounters will. be.'.barred j1 ihere. retary- .Hend-erson to- Red Deer- it decided.ito hold a" meeting at Lethbridge tonight. Macleod, Pincher Creek and Tab ex have been requested to attend." Bright Outlook getting 'away "to' good -starin; all the entrance-fees have be to the _players and offi cials within days, according to President Johnson. CALABASH fully paid up and every club in a position to post the league for- feit ox which is required to paid all the clubs upon the date oi the first league game. .Schedule 1910 vs. Sporting Goods, pec. 15. Macleod vs. Ottawas, Dec. 20. Bankers vs. Hick-Sehl, Dec. 22. Sporting Goods vs. Ottawas, Dec. 27. Hacleod vs. Hick-SeH, Dec. 29. We reeeniir.cnd these cigarettes to the enltnred j smoker. Highest quality Finest Workmanship; perfect flavor, Bankers vs. Lawyers, Jan. 3. Macleod vs. Hick-Sehl, Jaa. 5. Bankers vs Lawyers', Jan- 10. Sbort-ing Goods vs. Ottawas, Jan, Macleod vs. Lawyers, Jan. 17. Bankers Sporting Goods, Jan. 19. .-Hick-Sehl vs.'Ottawas, Jan. 24. _Macleod" vs. Bankers, Jan. 26." Sporting Goods vs. Hick-Sehl, Jan. Lawyers vs. Ottawas, ;Feb. 2. Practtoe Hours "Practice hours for tiic various teams for the wintsr follow Snorting 6.30: Sat- urday io.oo. 5.3ft; Wednesday; 5.30. Ottawas Wednesday, lO.OOj Fri- jday, 10.00. Thursday, 110.30." Macleod 6.30i; Tues- day 10.30. 10.0ft; Wednes- day, 6.30. MANAGER, JOr KELLY'S YARN Manager-Joe ;Kelly; of tne Toronto team, -has. a "fund. of .good stories to tell, about rthev.days Baltimore, his home city-was. in the old twelve- club National-League, .and when prac- tically every..'gaine" played' by the old Orioles on .their own.grounds was en- livened by, some unusual incident, gen- nature. Here is a typical one: From> his positaon in one of the coaching boxes one day COLEMAN ORGANIZES Will Per box of Ten (cork tips) Enter. Team in League of Pass Towns Coleroan, Dec. meeting of the Coleman Hockey Club was held in the Arena Skating Rink last night. Officers were elected for tiie coming it was decided to enter a team.in a league composed Frank, Blairmore, Michel, New Michel, and Hosmer. Another meeting is to be .held on. Wednesday night when other matters of importance will be consid- ered. Coleman has good material for a home hockey team and with the sup port of the citizens" should "make a very creditable showing. Large crowds attend the rink afternoon and evening, Manajpr Gra- ham is. furnishing the .patroir with first-class 'ice.-. Tebeau" ;'happened to, glance over toward. -bleachers! Fans, players-and the umpire as well notic- ed Tebeau's and play was act- ually suspended, so. eager wss every- body give" eye and ear to what thii action presaged.. After a long and earnest gaze in the of; the crowd in the 25 .cent seats, Tebeau strode over to the rail separating the field from the stands, pointing his finger straight at a youth with long. matted hair, plastered down over a half-inch-brow. you, Tebeau- shouted, and in an in- stant every fan was on his feeti watch- ing this'bit .of .by-play. "I ain't done nothing to was the sulky1'reply as the youth made ready -to" make a quick get-away. "Come down i tell Tebeau yelled. I want you." The youth's com- panions set up a lusty yell de- ience7bnt Patsy "held his ground, and again demanded that with the matted -hair and .the beetle brow should come down 'on the field, By this time a policeman was at Patsy's elbow. "Was this kid one of the gang.that stoned your he asked. replied Tebeau. 'TVait-here; I'll arrestr-him for said the officer. Aid he .started to climb over the rail. Tebeau grabbed, at the policeman's, coat and held him. "I don't want him said Tebeau, loudly enough to be heard all over the-field.. want to sign Mm." "Want to sign gasped the ofri- cer. "Yes, I want to as a pitch- howled Patsy: "He hit me with a stone "seven "times in succession last night while we were on our way from the ball park to the Eutaw House. "I need a'man like that on. my staff. Why, that fellow wouldn't.give a base on balls once in Dr. Jimmie Gasey has- signed to manage Fort Waynebill team, which would indicate-that practicing den- tistry is not as profitable as playing basebalL, D." says "the little son of the new school physician, "what does M. D. mean after your 'It is used to signify doctor of med- my .eon, but .now it indicates that I am a specialist in .millinery .and. drew." 0 Wme Spirit Co, Importers of the Oldest and Choicest LIQUORS produced any country under the sun Shipments made to all parts of the country Enquiries for any of our Specials so licited CCPagnuelo lit i Spirit Co. 407 2nd Ave. S. Phone S43 ;