Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE RtllSONMSI Yesteryear's Slang Gone Is the slans of yesteryear, No more it cornea to font! Remember when you used lo hear, "Wliore did' you set Hint miw Wlfey buys a neat creation Tlmt nlcoly hides the rat. Bvveai'B and mumbles, "Lord, tlla costof a.------ National Association Min- otrols; a "fake-off on the Hockey War. Chorus by entire company, "In time of war, gel your piece." Interlocutor he seated. Have a choir Mr. Llchten- helri." BOiiea Quinn, ah hab a c'nundrum. ah would like to ask you, Why am lie Nashuuul Hoc- key Sociation like a touh is the National Hookey Association like u four flush. Well, that 18 some.conundrum. Why is the National Hockey Association like- il lour flush, Mr. Nashunul Hockey So- ciation am like a fouh flush because It only hns fouh clubs In sight." har, har, bar, bar. Tarnbo see my friend Mr. Mike Quinn, of Quebec, here this evening. They say it always requires sterling team to beat Quebec, Mr: Quinn. Am f Mr. aftor they beat us, they usually have the Hallmark stamped on them. you having any trouble signing up your players in Mr. Sir.' in the least. Some of them 'ask for -a thousand or two :uore than they goflast year and it-lien refused, they engage us In a lively 'bare knuckle Outside of that we-are having no difficulty, at all signing them np. Bones Quinn, it wonld seem de agreement between the '-N. II. A. and the Patricks am n'ntliln' 'mob than a scnip of paper. "ft does look that way doesn't It Mr. Lichtenhein. But your disagreement with-Mr. Kennedy ap- pears to have been a scrap on paper. of Sir. Liehtenheln, I ascertain he intended going to Neu' York today, but missed the four forty-five. Bones am cor- root Mr. Kennedy, but ah didn't miss it as much as Frank Patrick missed de seven fifty. Livingstone will now sing that popular ballad: 'If I owned a Zeppelin, I'd drop bums in Vancouver. The "Pass" Contestant First in the List of Twenty-Eight Coining from.Sixth Position, with a (.uiiu of and Third Places Also Held hy Country Has Been Stcadv AH Week Hot Carpetba'l Contest Be- tween Lodge Teams Staged A large number, of members of thc Moose Lodge accompanied their car- pet bill team to the Sons of Tng'and hall last night, with the intention of wresting the city ihampionship from the holder the S. 0. B-, and judging from thc first game they had an easy task. The Sons Were'hopelessly shut out of the first set-to and the Moose had .j already the silverware tucked under their arms, but the-home .team set- I tied dosvu to tne game with the com met cement of the econd and i fine game v itnessed, the Sons, win nmg b> a narrow margin. In the third game, the Moose fell away and T the Sous getting into their stride scored an easy victory. Twelve ends were played in each-game. The fol- lowing is the score. First 13, S.O.E. 0. Second 8, Moose 5. Third O E 11 Moose 4 The S.O.E, are still open to receive challenges from any other organw.a tion, and there are -prospects of some good games during the winter months. SASKATCHEWAN BOXING Battleford, Dec. Wilson, the Upgro welterweight threw up the sponge in the sixth round of Ins scheduled twelve-round boxing match .BHlv Mackenzie of Nova Scotia lierc toiiikht i Mackenzie liadlthe colored'-boy lira trance.from tile word go, boxed him nil over .the ring, and finally in'the sixth round Joe squatted .himself on the canvas 'and absolutely refused to exert himself fnrtuer. Mackenzie put up an excellent boxing exhibition. He did not seem to.feel the few blows that Wilson did used his head it all times, ami did his best to give the fans full value for their money CARDINALS SIGN MERE BOY St Louis Dec 8-iJimes Biannl gin i 11 veil old bov of St Louis has been signed by the St. Louis Na- tionals for the 1918 season. He 'is n. thud bwoman lie played with De cateur, last season. MCDONALD AND FOLEY TO BOX HERE KILLED TWO BUCK IN DEATH GRAPPLE Spokane, Dec. single shot from the gun ot Elmer Meidcr, a farmer, who lives near Twin Lakes, Idaho, Mon- day killea two SSO-pound black- tail bucks. The deer had evi- dently been fighting for a long time when Mr. Meiiler came in sight ot them about 400 yards avvav. At the time he shot he saw only one animal, and it was moving. Thinking that it would get out of sight in the underbrush he fired quickly and saw the deer fall. WTien he arrived at the spot where the animal had. fallen he was surprised to find two bucks, with their antlers locked in a death grip. The :bullet passed through the heart of the first deer and the spine of the sec- ond, killing both sometimes the collections on the very last day turn the tide one way or the Should YOU miss the big casil prize, make sure of a 'large cheque for your commission hy collecting every possible subscription you can get. Whether it be 30% or '10% that you have set your heart its S2.00, or S-1.00 for every ?10 to your credit a calibre that let your work be of ill make your friends proud of your achievement when the final totals are published December 23.. The contest ends Tuesday, De- cember 21. IT ICO AT LIST CHARLES BINGAY CROSSES CONTINENT FOR PHANTOM BET Montreal, Dec.. having Seattle Wins Opener Seattle, Wash., Dec. cclehrated the introduction'of hockey bj defeating the ctoria septette three goals to two. Better team work characterized the Victoria play in the first two periods, hut the Metropoli- tans speeded up and kept, the puck near tho Victoria goal nearly all the Indications are that there will be a large volume of subscriptions turn- ed ill for the two special cash prizes. Candidates who have been "taking it isy" may play a strong iiart Cor the iveted ?i> and Everybody Is on 1 equality. LarKe returns at the id of the first period will not help lo vvjil tile special.' It's a small fisht compared to the jlash" at tile finish. The determina- tion to land the is "written" on the faces of a dozen or more candi- dates. A contest is not over until the last subscription Is turned in, and Miss Sadie Nivcn, Frank, Alta......................... Miss Isabel Inkster, Barons, Alia. Geo. T. Wride, Raymond. Aim. .'..-._.........'........... 16S.20U Miss Thelma McEachern, 537 14th Street South ___... Mrs. Pearl Ross, Bow Island, Alta..................... 16B.OOO Miss Lula Nielsen, Cardston, Miss Helseth, Lethbridge, P; O. Box 397 Miss Le Vaun Van Taber, Alta. Robert-La'ckenby, Bow Island, Alta.................... Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South John Wright. Hardieville, Alta.................X........ Miss Rita McAndrewt, Retlaw. Alta................... Mrs. Thomas Bernier, 2 First Street South............. Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Alta.................... Louise Scott, Jtaoleod. Aita..............-......... Annie Pelletier, Monarch, Alta.................... Miss Iva Walker, C24 Ninth Street South Miss Eva Mutton. Sll Sixth Avenue Mrs. G. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Alta.................... Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek, A. Mcllvena, A. li. I. Library, Tjethbridge Miss Thelma M. Whyte, Foremost, Alta.............. Robert Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall Miss F.lv'eia Thelin, Orton. Alta......................... John Cropley, 1210 Fifth Ave. A South Miss Winnifred 1. Sellens, 711 7th Street A South...... 6.800 Miss Goldie Pohlman, Altoraiio, Alta................. Mrs. John Reason, Deenng, Alta.................... 5.QOO The CONTEST CLOSES TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21 All subscriptions to the Stales for the Weekly Herald are at the rate of iJei' extra ;10c being for postage. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Ultiu Ribbon perfection lias been attained by years of careful study. There is no "just as good." Insist on Blue Ribbon Coffee, Tea, Baking Powder, Spices, Jelly Powders and Extracts. They arc "uaranteed to give per- fect satisfaction. CIVIC FIGHT IS WAXING WARMER "Montreal Dec Sir Sam Hushes, minister of militi i may face the puck when the hockey team of the Canadian Grenadier Guards meets an aggregation picked from Wanderers and Canadians of the ff A m a game tor patriotic pur pos.es at the Areta Saturday night. The Grenadier Guards have same likely players, including some, of the ;ng is lin members of last jears North Baj Vancouver O. H. A. team, and will give the pro- I'Lcnin Arrangements have been practically completed to bring Ronnie. McDonald and Jud Po- les together in a ten roundi bout here some time before Christmas The boys will fight at catch weights, 150 to 158 fessiona'ls a tidy contest. Practically every membei of the Wanderers and Canad1 ens will he seen in action dur J, Ing the game FIRST CLAS8 SKATING RINK The Auditorium at the Athletic park is being renovated into a first class skating rink by Mr Archie McCorvie It will .be the 'hest skating proposition that has ever existed IP "Lethbridge The opening date lino not been set yeL ....-I proved to be the winning goal of the opening game of the Pa cific Coast Hockey Association hern tonight Up till that time there had not been a bcoie. ith less than a minute to iso, thev; tallied another, making the final count 2 to 0 in fav or of Portland. About four thousand people w itnessed the match Follow Portland "Murray Irvine, Johnson Qatman Dunderdaie Harr- Tobin i month s use of light paving lot it that the ?5 deposit was necessary to pro- tect the citv from such loss. So far as the stringent wiring by- law vvas: concerned, 'Mr. Reid said should be turned out during the night was ridiculous. The steam I had to he kept up and the -men I on the job and the little saving that i law was: concerned, Air. Reid said J Slbll enected m this that except for a few clauses mseited WM smal', onh th smal, onh th t streets were blackened the citi Lethbndge thc regulations were the w bL a centre for holdups same -is those of the fire underwrit a to mate the regulations applicable to Seaborn Griffis Taylor MacKay Cook- Stanley Referee, T B. I. Black Goal Point Cover Rover Centre Left Wing Right Wing Phillips. Judge of pla Plans For Unique Entertainment Under Way By The Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. GYMKANA IN BENTLEY fJO.'S OLD STAND, 5tli ST. DECEMBER and IS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BOOTHS PUDDINGS, DOLLS, ETC. FANCY SEWING of the Art Club PLAIN SEWING OANDX. HOME COOKING ATTRACTIONS FOR CHILDREN XMAB FROM A CHRISTMAS TREE MUSEUM KAISER BILL AT PRESENT A SECRET. MUSIC AFTERNOON AND EVENING. TEA AND DAN8ANT PIERROTS Proceeds to Carry On Work ot the Chapter Which includM Educntlonil it well all Patriotic Work. TIGERS REWARDED FOR THEIR SPORTSMANSHIP Toronto. Dec. "football used in the testimonial for "Glad1 Murphy between. Hamilton Tigers and the Argonauts, which was bought at auction today by the St. Michael's hockey-club for will be present- ed by the purchasers to the Tigeis This action on the part of.the.St: Michael's club is in appreciation, of the kindness and sportsmanship., of the Tigers-in coming to Toronto: after winning the national title. in md for the protection of property Referring to the meter errors, Mr. Reid said these errors had' been thc fault nf meter reader and m the case of the Ellison of the in- son mills Air Hod said he had en the meter readings on the correct- cl meter and founed a fair with the prcuous readings when Air Freeman was on shift the power house Air Freeman M nutted this He said the oil had let out and the turbine tan hot He would have been inclined to believe, that he had lorgotten something that it had been his fault, but severar v..... __ tt'Sth" would give a cost last statement of the company to The contended that of 4-I6ths cent per k w and not show i proht of m the last the suggestion that the lights 2-lOths Air Reid got up to rciterat-, v ear of the business tint his, figuies were correct Air Reid had made the statement 'It s like the meter that the onlv time the lights had Air Freeman "tte don t know where gone out in_ the la-t three iears was we are at IE we can't take the au ditors Insures whose figures can we but if the take Speaking of the street railwa) Air freeman believed better schedules well lighted citi was i safe cit) If could be arranged He wanted to eis These were neccssir) t ftere ne like to even know vvhv the batterv bovs had been mm, n. uau Jo compel contractors to put wiring >s m the ,anes for Lneap to the iilubition thwgs had happened since to make it there was plentv of light theic was, grounds If the kilties are placed possible that something else little crime I there it would mean 1100 men at the th( cause He had kept and He said Air Freeman s knowledge' grounds feurel) this, was trafhc found that sticks had been, found t ro- of the power plant was -.uperfleul enough to warrant cheap fares He the grease cups m thf engines, tfiat He Ind at the power house two i had heard that Mr Reid said it was brass cuttings had been found beneath vears but did not know whether or worth gueit of the evening appeared and acknowledged his friends w lakes v AFTER ILLNESS HAS WEAKENED YOUR SYSTEM A soothing tonicv-a real nerve food-is requited-1! to restore your shatter- ed nerves, your weak- ened body to a normal -i healthy state. la Quina du has for years been considered the greatest aid to convalescence by many eminently successful Canadian it is not a patent medecine but LIQUID LIFE. Ask YOUR Doctor (CONTINUED ritcnt FHOST PAGE) thereby winning a time margin ot one month and twelve! lators soon warmed up to the spec and the citv had been stung so often by people leaving, aftet Ait Hud said there was, no elei An Hud said there was, no eln Z, t an tncal Plant where such mistakes ere R not made occasionalls He dirt not be art0" was b lined up i turns le was getting for his power' live j Air reeman quoted figures lo show liis capabilities for-the position, nor hovv'hc was going to remedy what ho deemed wrong Taking up Air Fteeman s entl in line Mr Reid said the bf'n tested on several occasions is not j that the loss on the Sherlock build ip had I ing error Had actually been 54 md loi the settlement had been made on bill at Costly Error. He mane the statement that the Don't Suffer From Piles tenng water power scattered about and left where they curled up Hf: made a cabinet for them and put it on the wall, where thev would he kept safe He made other When he came back the next morning he found his cabinet torn down and- the charts back where they had al ways been. "That was a lesson to said- Mr Freeman, to keep mi mouth Bend For Free Trial Treatment hou longj Treatment Bo innttT now ion j HUM uu yont drugffist toda7 and get n bolt ol Pjramlil Pile mono And jet it had now been dis- house mil live relief and n slncle box often naekMemnllod frco In plain wrapper It you wmJ encouragement to povier house Mr Keid had said it I ho could not ahord to sell any more make suggestions there nuebt nave ivas impossible to catrv the loid on I povvct so chcip the) were losing been more harmon} at the power. tour boilers, but it vru> being done Four were used foi months and lour others fol the other six months Air Reid had said when the boilers were cut oft thej were drv How was it then'.-that'one of "the condensers hid iroreii up and burst Mr.'Reid had denied his argument that 10 cent steam waste meant 4 per cent loss in coal but he pro- duced figures to prove it Mr. Freeman said .there was plenty of work for a mail to-do at the pow- et house vithout polishing brass Sir Freeman took up the matter o! tho steam pump He reiterated his argument that the pump was too high in location, and asked Mr. Reid if the pump had been placed accord ing to the specifications ot thc manu facturer regarding water and if he had found that the pumps pulled out the valve seats at low water How was it, too, that when the water dropped four feet tho pumps began to pound and knock And regarding the alignment of the pump, it had been only ,1 few weeks ago that the pump had been lined up, and now it was closed down again Mr Fneman showed the total fig- ures for repairs to the pumps in three years, to be J7827 He quoted trom MS IMVALLID SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, Titte MortfftfM. other in one of r (I Lethbridge Branch R. 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