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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PUNCHING BAGS we show would-be envied by a Corbett j show ,jnalce aad "sold prices. Sporting Goods Co. >hofn 1032 412 Fifth St. South Athletics HERALD Friday, December ft.1910 THE HERALD'S ADVOCATE CANADIAN. RUGBY and sporting .eocids for cold'-weather j .wlll'be what you'll '-want.'" Our stock is j replete witk> anything'and everything I you can asjsibr and goods of all kinds -are -Al qualify; the best made. j American Football Experts Favor Do .ing Away With uy a f _, a Fitzsimmoas.- Everything we aow j Tlie Critics on the other the sporting goods line is advocating changes ia tae American ?enor .malce and sold at would result in tbeir rules i I being .practically, the same as otirs (-The rule fixing the distance of aa on- side -kick at-twenty yards makes It j almost Impossible fcr .the .attacking side to gain .possession. Dr. Sharpe> cf -coach tad '-own. referee in the United "As a-coach and aa official I feel f _ v-fctjvjoj. j. j MEBTING AT ilko DEEH: DUC no: oeen aa un-i-v TODAY T success. To improve it J T onsiSelEcfr If J jate V_ Association -meets today protect men "going down tlie 12 Kea Peftr complete the MARKS N. the 1T TV e T611ISC--1- J. rnionr. j the'-onilde ,ijcfc ana other: south--' 4. ___-tC6 S-TtnC' _ _ M .'T- Frack was relieved _.. spnnts.-there BO feany for eicftmgV Alexandra .Hotel, MS promised a baa- they- the southern division of the Pro- The Ring ATTELL IS CERTAIN THAT LATEST CONQUEROR OF NEL- SON IS THE MASTER OF AD WOLGAST MACLEOD; HOLD AN N UAL BONSPIEL IN JANUARY Alberta and British Columbia Towns Invited to Participate -Macleod, Dec. AJa-cJeod Curl- Club intend holding their annual Wednesday, January ..lasting three days.' in vita- the Lethbridge. -Medicine Hat, Fernie, NeK othe'r'chibs, of on :..Bavaua, it .commonly regarded as. the. na- j.tional game of the, good...old..United States. A new and-sturdy for ,up in thrivjag The faas of Untie Sam' aie'an en- thusiastic lot. The Cuban rooters wildly enthusiastic. It is really derful the. hold -W among: the Cubans. has never visited -the t ons 0r The AAIO wlSv great help .ithe merlin "trim and so far as could :-'be- ,r them IU condition. one exoep-' -Walker :'of the Pye-Walker team., fell-and sprained bis ankle the" Blight. At S o'clock th'e' --Py Gifr i aieLia-the of P-: Wallace Wednesdav and attended .to some -Cbose marS Dominion 'mem'bersliip T---ify. HUgby Dominion two consecutive years, was held ia members room. at the- City Jicore .er, Drobadi. Parlaad-Clafk; miles aad 5 laps. RecoVd.: is -miles laps, made by MacFarlaad HANS ?vew bee' k-Haas Holmer with BiU Queal, the last two big Marataon team races in this city, will shortly to -represent Americana Powder there on Whether he caa do Geary presid- The gathering was representative local athletic organizaiions. The feeling -was that the nktfer should be ia the nature of a citizens' pibuter and aot merely an expression 2? of sporting bodiin. The amount suggested is It.'was decided p. Qalt and A.. consult 'Presi- and 'Harry Griffiths'to ascertaii their wishes as to the Tie view wag. that it -W- AjlLLlC figures" it out OB horse rac- fighting. He offered to bet 12.000 oa agaiast kelson, but found no takers. "Did you'really thiak Moraa would was asked ia Ne wYbrk.- "I sure answered Abe, iland without taking any credit from- Mo- ran, whom I don't like, I will say that .did-what aay of rtlie good-light weigUts aad I myself'could have done h The Daae hasa't beea fight since long he fought Wolgast. He slinplr I was all ia." x afe great rivals. i been closed I f ijiuaen for a leu- days.owing to the Chinook having to .such an ex- rent that it is not in good'enough con- umoa to ibe used. During the spell however the hockey team' were Thiee games are the eek, Sunday, Mondavjaad Thursday ang the favored "Sunday is naturally the big day of the week. On that day practically no; one wdrks, and as the amusements are ..rather 'limited year; the_People t7 -Key team the veaV'the peonle to. get in several good practices tovthe :-.ball In the and -everything points to Macleod hav-1 Monday .is al ould ing a stroag. team this year -as there K6-17; ba-d day for basebill; ;-but in ar.e; ..several -nesr players, in iowa'1 to I il poor- 4.1. VOH BONSPIEL AT CRANBROOK Rival British Columbia TowPi "Meet in January leagues at-h'ome, not. given .the slightest coasideration .here. .During the regular .Reason the ad- mission, is from -25. dollar ia Spanish money. any big plays. the T local clubs the prices are just 'doubled j admission .to the grounds being .forty toem'bership commit tee was appointed to loolt after sWat ers for the team aad-they will >adeav- to have them .for the opeain j .game They expect toVriT-br is T ng- land. The-other man allowed his domicile to be- .a. rendezvous w where people gather together ________ juaL of to .the grounds being-forty ast football waa preferable the dividual presentations, aad'the su'ggeB- leaning alone as whea ie fiad the speedy :Queai: for a partner remains to be seen, but Ms friends are teouatlag on iim -to home the tfoa .was .well? received. Gait thought, that the armories would be .a suitable place the'hold- S5-aff such were The ceremocy .will .be decided upon, week. C W U.C In securing good ..material. I'br' their sevea ieason, evea should they fail: to Lester and Fxant Pat- rick to again come.eafct will .likely consist -of jftlrffciL'f' __T and bet Batches. A peeler'hpve in signu aossr- ever, lot magistrate; ea, the housemvaer- one Isrs costs, or, ia its place." three months' hard labor. The n-st got-oh.' fine cf a quid." .Aa Erigiishman named Price, .winner last years Marathon at Ediaburgh-; ill ._ JUNIOR RUGBY STILL or JordinBaiil. WANDEREttS TO SUE t But .Paid. Hive No Claim ECIDED ,'N THE fcA8T KH __, >-i31 likely be the favorite in the "bet' Dec. protests 6 He is considered the best of the Club against tie. Hamil LEInSTfTRTi _ .____ loH English .long-distance runners. Hol- der hasn't tae speed of Queal, but as 'sticker- he is the best man ia this at preseaL- hunters have been .asked y the state game warden 10 wear red as a sort of danger signal, in, .tne hope of reducing.last'year's bag f thirty-three killed and thirty-six in- -AQM.UAU1, XXCUUIJ ton Alerts was tonight, bu aas beea left to the oa De- cember ,15th. Until a decisida is made the Junior championship of the 0 F. is still Undecided. Tt is expected that Tale's new dium, to cost will be '-----r Pleted in readiness for the ae'it TT v- a Q- Harvard football game to be played pIT-REFORM A 318. Suite we the best values for the money .ever offered ia Canada. Dec. Foran; Stanley cup. trustee; ,ias, issued an im- portant rutang to" the .effect that the Players or any 'hocKey team: have ao! claim oa :ihe" ownershiD -of that tro-I pby. The" ruling "is made 'to-view- of i mdividual players ol yeR-r's team, who' intended; tor action against the cup trustees for non-delivery of the "famous, mug. "Just as soon as. the Wanderer's j management are prepared ,to.send. a! bond to the zpjstees ;-Ior .the Cup's salely, it immediately forward-! ed to said Foran. Tae' contention is that the -silverware -be- j to the club who.woa it and.noL .o the players ten: .taey are but paid employees, frbo have since severed heir connection with that club. day: Why; the Jast fought over-in Philadelphia I "-think he have-Weighed, 149 pounds.. Early'in the figbt I aailed him" a beauty cieaa andTight" oa the saw and expected to see, the ,r' Forks, on _, and ib matter -n. J.B. just the-ar- is. to hqld.tiie annual Dfetioif'-''team 'has cpmmencmg on Monday games" ;with the.: Cuban y The. news fc" had .secured the They havf in rceived here ?Uri -sing: tKree tieing carters, BO stone xintunied to _ J ugeucitpue no stone unturned a huge success. an isv.a .great; fighter. sum of money .jias team has 'proving the local than two tOsar. j'i wbtil'dl surely lick Nelson. Harvey liad'some f SPORTOGRAPHSIN SELECt -iSvii give a choice of season's newest and in anddfectstUtfcaveno ckewtefe, Worsteck and Scotet Irish HOCKEY CONTROVERSY Stuart Suggests1 One-Way -of Settling Salary Ottawa.. Dec! first move in direction of the National Hockey association was made today. when-Bruce Stuart forwarded to the j newspapers a letter in which" they! suggested a "basis of agreaient. Their.i provision provides for paying the men j to be divided azepng the ulavers equally, ciub to yez 13.OOP "for op- erating purposes the balance of the gate receipts, if any, to be split up affiong the men at the close of ithe sea- j Ja -tiift event of the -rtciipls not ag-1 'tis .players divide i tfce receipts far giving the -club to saeel travel-; ilng aad incidental expeages. i Paddy Chambers, ofWfaipes. Montreal, aad ma? siga to play I one of rhe ciubs. of that city. Fie was j called-east through the serious iliuess of his mother. "'I .some- a will be (lay. Hate it serve the double pui'pcse of usefulness and beauty. We have the very thing. Baby Rings, 75c to Solid Baby Pins, gold filled or solid upon improving the local j.j.o.i.cj. uuu suuie i weather permitting it is our visitors iear.-me'-say what il Owea Moran -n-eighs less'than ISO pounds, rsagside. Until a year ago ..a featherweight: A finished, 'only.-2S y.earsi old. -x In Bow-J 'fastiy successful- season of ker-beat him on points, -b.ut 'in- Europe, will, rice since squared .accounts -with these Collins, the boys.: -Besides boxiag draws Moore.aad Abe Attell, he 'has beaten Al Monte Kea- drick, Fraalu'e iNeil, .Eddie-Hanloa and- Tommy if-xiv-' :-to Agtnte McGUIRE WJist Trill tne rjstilt-of hockey strike in the F.isi ambc-it to Is now a Matter of To be ji'rank, it SSMI? does loqjc as though I the tipld'ttie to tte 'sitcation rust, now, W'tkr-ut inara, well, wjjftt would voald, be ao hockey in' Natioaai Tfce br tr.o, of the "a3. J sedation to salary Jica- pt, and tUft piiyers stana as: tfcefr j-efasa'i Cf fVifttt i V i anaa v to plate and Sterling. Filled Neck Chains and Lockets. I1..50 to Knife. Fork and Spoon, to Mug Plate to Sterling to Hair Brush; ebony, Sterling Toilet Set. Baby to -Baby Brace, to Rattlers, to Sterling. venes the-NewTorfcTegislatiire con- yttHiiu %eace, a legalizing pub- lic boxing a limited number of rounds before incorporated arhietic clubs. to spare'nj occasion itself rto the_llmit'tnieyetT'- game; Nothing thaa to ,of the series bur, turee'-ganies have -already gojie on the wrong.side of the perceatage: column. Baseball fans in the-States who have seea the stars play, oa oae o" their many-tours in States caanot aow this teain-gives-the big-leaguers, such hard battles oa Havana soil. The success -VadSson- ?f Cubans Americau-a bc-j ia Havana is something of a mysterv Sunday night.. i to the Tigers. The players caa ad- _____, j vance any number of reasons for their Senor dean of the s >orf <-1inabflity to outclass The that .within j feet the climate has on the American a feu years, the big leagues of. Uncle ball Evans -Sam s land will have -to play a series j with a Cuban team in order to have any valid claim to the world's cham- pionship.. Bowling -BIG BUFFALO TOURNAMENT aaflaio. N. Dec. is P.repanug, in fact has already started on a job.thar. will take from now-until the.second week in March, and means I an expenditure of at least 320.000 to care for the greatest, gathering Of bowlers ever held since the gsaie began to flourish in tbis Beginning in and con- tinuing four weeks Buffalo' win be the scene of the holding of the National BowJmg Association. The bowline: .trill be practically continuous from February 25 to March 18, and perhaps longer, beginning at 9 o'clock in the morning and for 22 days. It cost alone to stage uiis-big'tourney, that is, provide for' che actual rolling, of the games. Eight- i een of the finest alleys ever laid will! be 'constructed under special contract I The Georgia pine and mapie that will I go into their-construction has already I been chosen snd is now being carped 1 and shaped for this object alone. Three carloads of pins are now i being made especially for this tourney I ss if. is the intention to have a brand'! new set of pins, regulation size And j saape, for five-men team thai- steps upoa the alleys. Forty automat- pin-sticking machines will be ia- 'jstaHedjind win te in constant opera- uon. To these 40 pin boys, jinciumag relie? squads, will be con-'i jSisnUy on the job. Besides these! wiU'he a corps of 40 official j scorers, and more-scorers to copy i the scores OE the Wackboards sus- ipended from the ceiling, where the 'people ic the grandstand and other sections may keep in .constant-touch (xrith, the sanies being rolled. The i daily-expense for operation alone ihav j thus, be imfcgined. A. twelve-mile course through tlie streets of Leandro and Hayward be used ia the Portola automobile road race to be held ia California a month from today. be'heldnext aay ana-mgnt carrying the aews and San to the Cuban fans, one Havana news- UTifl or __._.. Francisco, and at the former a special When the world's series between the Athletics and the Cubs was in pro- gress, the wires to Havana were kept day and- night carrying the aews_ paper sending special correspondents t- a ofcuiai feeuuxus special correspondents 1S pron31sed in the way of a to-this countrv and'spending to contest between four women aviators, cover their series. HE SAID: "I prefer a Coat that's made right, like the Semi-ready" people make all their garments." Garments. RIGHT-0! The Quality The Design The Craftsmanship The Value A Sold afc absolutelv the in The labeFs in the pocket of garment. ;