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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911 HEKALD PAGE THREE Record Attendance for Such an Occasion-Band in Attendance Columbus. Oliio. The state of Ohio has a (Hisirantlne on hunters owinjs to [lie prevalence ol the foot and mouth disease, and thousands of wonlil-bii ainiroils will Ire disappointed. Many of life city hunters already had started for their old homes cm the farm when the order was Riven, and they had their trip for nothing. Thi! state order applies to all kinds of huntinc. except duck shooting on the Lake lOrie marshes. As the shcotitis. of ducks on the Ohio river comes Under the juris- diction of the state of Kentucky, this order against hunting will not npply to duck shooting on that river. Curling Rink Opens Tonight Four Sheets ol Good Ice Good ice on all four sheets, and evoryllilnK In tip-top shape for tho roarln' yanie, is tl-.i information Imparted to Ihc.Ilernlil hv John Marnoch. sen-clary of LothhrldBo IMlrllne Kliieliu ol' the hcsom ami slane he on hand at, the rink lonleht and eiijov Hu- rl rat curlluj; of the season. Football Association Will Be Severely Criticised for Recent Action NEWSPAPER OPINION CUTLER DECLARES HE And If anvbody double the possibility of skating craze in the land of Chinook winds and sunshine, let him investi- gate tho result of the opening of the People's rink liero last uiglit. Between 7 o'clock and S.30 last livening on every street in the city parties of skaters might have observed wending their way to the rink, and It was not long after tho doors were thrown open that one of ihe largest throngs that over skated on Lethbrldsc ice was enjoying itself to the strains of and oth- er good tunes, furnished hy Handmas-1 wuo ler Clino and his inimitable musicians. has tile articles of agreement binding Thr Ice'was In good condition ut the I Johnson ami Jess Willard London, Ucc. is highly prob- able says the Daily Telegraph, xi.ii i nrAT-vnvcviTir't'hat Hie football association, W1LL BfcAl ZBYSZKOling Riven it considered .llidtt- ____ muni that inter-country games were ,u M out of keeping wilh Hie present cou- Other BI9 Fry of the Mat to I IMB 0( Prove He Is Title-Holdcr iaiiicj2ed for their ilmsion to carry ion their cup ''competition. Ti? drop !oue .set of tixtnrcs. in these ;days is of little account, and carry I on a loiirnamcnt tor which they arc directly and wholly responsible, and "it is enjoys tremen- dous popularity, is inconsistent and calculated to intensity I lie opposition ;atnst professional fiH.thall. One iclp ieeiinj; that the decision ootball association to carry on the cup tournament has come about because oi tin: fr-i.r of the lea- gue clubs breaking av. ;iy and setting their own'account. The pres- am out to Ameri- ens. Westergaanl, Hussanc. Thomas, Connolly, Tiiylor. Lewis and ail other American heavyweights, and prove- to the. fans that lam thy loyi- tal successor of said Cutler, yesterday. I have defeated all I have defeated all Ihe ierican challengers for the title, then, perhaps the war will be finished, ami wil, come over again. .Ms that retired, to defeat Xbyszko, and I'm going to do it Ihp next time and have the advantage in i Position is farcical and it is we meet. 1 am younger than the i I'ole knowledge of tile catca-as-catch-can style. I -will admit that Xbyszko is one of" the strongest grapp'iers who ever stepped on the padded canvas." PLAY RUGBY NO MORE Mart, but later became out up consid- erably, and the boisterous inclination of the weather caused, a slight in- convenience, but it 'was hardly notic- ed in Ihe enthusiastic spirit of the oc- casion. The appointment" of the dressing rooms is especially commendable. They are coay, invltlug and conven- ient. A refreshment booth, where good things are served, is another fea- ture that adds to the attractiveness ot the People's rink. The ice is well protected with high and well built walls, and In every re- spect Messrs. Jllebach Harron have a firm-class skating test that Lethbridge lias shown yet. There 'will be no skating tonight at ihe People's cannot lie put into fit condition in time. A good sheet is expected for tomorrow night. AT THE AUDITORI.mi The auditorium rink threw open its doors last night to the public free oi charge. This was somewhat of a move as well as a means adopted by the management of slicking up the. ice.. There was quite a crowd .in attendance. The grand opening oi the auditor- ium will take place tomorrow even- ing with a big band in attendance. for the heavyweight clmmpion- j ihip of the world, the date and place I o be iiam'eii at some future date. Curley insists that JohllEoll has been ;aldug cars of himself and is in condi ion right now to fight. Part ot th igreement is as follows: "The said Jack Johnson agrees with the said Jack Curley to engage in a joxing contest, according to Jlimiuls of Queensberry rules, with five-ounce o amount that exceeds ........Ont., Palmer, is in j half-back of the Hamilton Tigers, who Part or the ,lor a u.lst has been confined to his bed at his home here suffering i from blood poisoning, had his right amputated half-way between the I hot-headed erliicp wnni las ankle and the knee at the local hoe- ins themselves into a frenzy of indig- pltal. "Doug" played in the Mon-1nation that football was not absolute- gloves, with one Jess of game at Hamilton suffering from [boils: one of the boils broke, and ho ;bad his foot injured, blood poisoning if citing in. As a last effort to save ihe young athlete's leg, Dr. Ilawke, erica. The said contest to be schodnl- for from 20 rounds to 45 rounds at he direction and discretion of the said Jack Curley. People's Forum FINE BUSINESS Snorting Editor Herald Did you happen-to lie one ot those who enjoyed the superb skating at Henderson Lake-Sunday on the patch- es, oi ice .that. the-, city.didn't, clean ou it? If .the city had cleaned off. tho ice properly several men Would have been in veil work badly needed, and the extra street car fares resulting from a good ice area, would have paid for the work "and netted the city .a sum besides. The excuse was advanced that the ice would not sup- port a team oi horses: What u it wouldn't'( There arc plenty of men out of "work, who would have been clad to Shovel.. A small snow plow was constructed in a few moments on Sunday by one of the skaters and considerable .space was cleared in a oiirs truly, JOHN ALCOT. "NO MORE OPIUM IN KOREA Monopoly Also Put on Smoking Seoul, Korea. Dec. govern- ment has suppressed the opium mon- opolv and put a ban on the smoking of opium. These -steps of the govern- tnnnt werts hy American vihsioliarict siv MACHINE.GROUND AND HONED <'o. 110 Fifth .Strsct South. Makers of High .Grade Bicyclsa. Tires and Accessories, Cycle Motor Engineers, Sewing .Ma- chine Repairs. Get Y our Skating Boots m all sizes for men, women and children from The Foot To You will enjoy this good, healthy exercise to a greater degree by being properly equipped We Also Fasten Skates On Boots' Mr dm llu ni'tun killing min Hie lioniin mil Ihppnud to Join-, ul tin Miji'tii tin wok W. J. Nelson Co. 620 3rd Ave. South ;