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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBEft 12. 1911 THE L E T H B R 11) G 13 DAILY HERALD PAGE TUBER Here's a Chance for Everydoijy to'Display the Spirit of Ben- to be Formed Carrying Ladies and Green Thursday and Friday SYNOPSIS OF MASTERPIECE WHICH WILL BE PRODUCED BY WESLEY CHOIR NEXT WEEK Following the example of Calgary, Winnipeg nnd Moose Jaw, Hie local curlers have decided to hold a. cluirit- able boiiuiiicl Thursday liucl Friday next, tile proceeds realizing going en- charitable works. Whether or not it will lie a success remaius yet to Ijo seen, but there is no reason ivliy L-etlibridge should not meet with the samo BUCCUSB as Cal- gary and tho larger cities In the west. Everybody is Invited to take the more rinlta entered the Everybody .get in line and help with a rinlc. There "will he no excuse on the ground or lack of knowledge of the game, as one of tlie rules of the ban- spiel is (hat each rink will consist of two green curlers or .one lady. Stones .will be supplied to those, who have not any. and the Ice will bo 111 good condition. If the -weather keeps like It has been for the past two It ouly cost you 5fl cents, and remember l.tiat this will pay for'a meal for some poor man. or woman, who it badly. Tilt' rules ami conditions arc: Bvttry business houso in tho city will he exiiecttMl to enter at least one rink. JOiitries will be received hy .Mr. .lohn .MaruoeK, secretary, Lethbridse C'urliup club. Draws bit made in die after- noon and evening, the ladies are es- pecially invited in the afternoon. the firsl foil CONNIE MACK Manayer Philadelphia Athletics, who, j It is reported, has been offered the of the New York can league team. Mack has stated j that he will not leave Philadelphia, however Everybody fuels better whtn Liv BowcU oro normal, yours toned up with Keep BOWLING AT Y. M. C. A. DIVIDED HONORS All three teams split even on poults Every rink must have, at least one; All three green curler and one lady. (last nlgiit, when the Union Bank, N'o entrv will be accented having rectors and Dormitory teams played an'v player' who has played in a better their scheduled .loagii'.' match. The position than second in any A class or Directors won the first game and comnotitloil. Skins'are cepted. Entrance i'ee. J2.10I III.T rink. Games ue liiglit ends, until the eights aru reached, then 10 ends will consti- ceh'ed two points, and the Dormitory copped the second fiarnb and (jot the' same number ol' points to their cred- it Ju each of the games, the Union tiunlt landed second, and were allowed (Tako Abbey's VITA Tablets for Nerves) BY J. P. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED. tute a game. Flules play j" uoint in each game. the same as govern the A1- the three-learn matches, now 111 beria branch of HIP. Royal ralwloiiian club of Scotland. at the "Y." the leading team is allowed.two points in each game, and the second team one pojnt. The scores last night: Allen......... 117 S3 I Sinclair.......... llr, 1H Nicholson... liid 157 I Fernie. B.C., Dec. i The cui'liiie season was opened here last night big contest between the East Side curlers against the U'est side roarern, tho dividing line iielng Victoria avenue. Fifteen rinks from each side contested, and the losers stood lo pay for a ton oi llour, which goes to Fernie Ladies' Benevolent Society for distribution to needy ueople. Thirty rinks lively showing i and hnndrods or specta- Westerners by a totul score of to 91. but the Westerners took -consols- j HlirrjB lion out of the fact that F. C. Lowes' j Jari. west side rink tuado the largest scorn j of the game, beating his. opponents by a. score of 1- to 1. The conditions prohibited any of Ilia': Directors- curlers thro-.vSng stone on the-ice hi1- forecast night, there was no sharp practice, or practice of any kind.! ]i-ving.. The ice was splendid, and the rink i vill be a lively place from how to the j cloae of the season.' A ton of flour j Handicap 14-1 I.'! (I I2r, 403 THANKS BOX.EpS FOR BOUT Cincinnati, Ohio. pre- cedent without a parallel. In the history of the 'Boxing game "established here Saturday the Cincinnati boxing commission in special 'Besaipn passed resolu- tions extending iU sincere thanks to George Ghaiieyof Baltimore and Benjamin Kauffmaii of Philadel- phia, featherweight boxers, for their honest und lirillianf battle 'last night before a larjre In luiinlreds of instunnes figliters have been punned, suspended, or other- wise penalized for faking or stall- ing, hut never before have a pair of pugilists'received formal praise. Chancy Imocked.out Kauffmaii af- ter six rounds ".of hard .fighting. Ciwutiy. now intends to challenge Johnny Kilbane. iml a general roaring time was had. CAf AL-L. Aa enthusiastic meeting of eeiitatives or tL'e vadous fraternal so-. cietles held iif the" iroo'se' Hall I have Ijci-n imrlt' cd into tu'iu s or raised to 1 fervor, when cuiirsits of serimm.i have preached, vuhlnie.s o[ criticism 'written ujiitut, and thousands oi af-! aiilickMl and poor [irojili: suiijiurteil liy the Oratorio 'Tin- Messiah.' conies dill'.cult to say i anvthing new. i 111 ol'iier. Ihm-tuiv, propi'fly lo es-1 Miniate the Iraniy o( each nunilicr nil tiiis tlratofio, it sliulild lie compared j with the iiiTcivlinn numlic'rs to the wonderful contrasts of display- led, as much as in the beaut) of i-ach number considered as an iso-; composition, tlie yrat i larity oi this work is ilue. I Without doubt tlie crowning epic I of ili'i great master's oratorio com-) positions was tiic and; unionist the most prominent of thf j numbers which console us with mcliidics that entv. iuc themselves i round tiie heart is the matchless "He shall feed His and the sopialio solo iinow that my Kfc- ilccmcr livi-tli" lull of trustful piety j and victorious conviction. Then then: is Hie short epic, narrating the suf-1 oi the t.'rucilied One, ''He was '.despised and rejecteu oi with! i its accompanying i' minor number of "He rave Ilis back lo the smilers" 1 (rarely performed the rccita- i live "'Thy rebuke bath broken His i ahd the air "Ilehold and see, 'all oi which move the heart and Tie! by the truthfully human portrayal of the suffering of "The Man of Sorrows." 1 It is-interesting to note that Han- i del was born wT.ttie 23rd of Fcbru- lary, 16S5, or just twenty-seven nays, i before Bach, and that their contem- poraneous labors extended over the, Iciif; period o! sixty-live years. In 1751 during the composition oi j tut first symptoms ol i coining blindness the sad i i disease which so soon overwhelmed j him aid made him the unhappy shar- I er ot the iate ot his great contem- porary Bach. I In 1759 the master must have been j conscious of his approaching end, for. after a performance of the "Messiah 1 on the lith of April, he returned to; his home at Halle in Lower Saxony, where In- died a few days alter on the 13th of April, Good Friday, a upon which lie had expressed a j wish that lie should die. Upon that j day he had his wish, and upon that day, the anniversary .of the first per- formance of "The. he put on immortality. STARLAND .HAS BIG FEATURE ATTRACTIONS MONDY -Monday will be a day be re- metnbered by all who will, visit Star- iland. A special all feature programme !hos besu secured, which includes the i latest, episode Trey o' The .interest .the public KILLS MOW SENSATIONS THE STORY OF ALL PRECEDING EPISODES WILL BE TOLD ON THE SCREEN BEFORE EACH SHOW MANY OTHER GRIPPING DRAMAS AND ROLLICKING Concert Orchestra MONDAY OKTTI.VO RID 01-' HIGH-PRiCKI) MATKR1AI, "BECAUSE PHILA- DRLPHIA TS POOR BALL TOWN AS 'MANAGER -OF YANKEES.' Vhi'.aaclphia; Fa., eDc. Co.mie Mack will inamiBe. tlie 'New York Yankees next season, becoming-one o[ the principal owners of the club, if the plans of Uan Johnson, president of the American league, are carried through according to schedule. This was: the, startling news fhioh FMPRESQi THEATRE BEAUTIFUL TONIGHT The Most Stupendous Comedy Drama Ever Produced if The Broadyvay Star Feature In 6 Parti: f Mr. .Barnes, of New York MAURICE COSTELLO AS MR. BARNES ALSO. THE'COOK NEXT AND THE HEARST-SELIG WEEKLY The Greatest Programme Evor Offered In the History of the Movies for the-Money. figure out why the American league! plan to disrupt the Athletics, but it j was pointed out in 'New "York, !jt is' said, that Philadelphia1 has Sailed to followed-'the Jumouii cement of the sale {support a club strong enough to wor- of to the Chicago White runt> Rua the Shihes. carrying Sox. YanKe-ss, -May Change Hands It is almost! certai kees w-ftl be aoia mis that the Yan- week to Jacob Ruppert. the -millionaire .brewer, and Ttllinghast a wealthy con- tractor of New'. York.1 Therft is flOO.- 000 difference in the price asked ami offered; ami 'this- IB 'holding up the game. --Ruppert nnd Hnoston are such an expensive' ieain, and that why Mack put Bender, Plank- and Coomb's on the 'waiver Ust, arid sold uoiiins to Chicago.' It i sfreely rumored, in addition, that "Home Run" Baker is "to figure in a trade, and that he has: beoa flirt- Ing with the Federals. Rube Gldrhig is also alatod to go, according lo re- ports. Moose 0, S. 0. E. 12. Letter Carriers !J, Picked team A.O.F.. 5, S.O.E. 1. N.H.A. OPEN SEASON out the latter the league, "H'J" De.m? [time to play only twenty'games: Once I unie In JjCU iDode Cries pi the club beat; ihim out; That Ws'in 1'JOS, hut Crlss EMPRESS FEA.TURE ".Mr. Barnes, of the Broadway'star'feature, la six parts, WITH CHARITY. GAMES'j Cobb's Lovyest Mark .320 Handel's "Messiah" WESLEY CHURCH CHOIR Augmented to 60 Voi'ces -i PRINCIPALS: MISS E. BARREN MR. J. T. P6TT8 (Tenor) .MRS! H. Hi JOHNSTON MR. H. G.-KIL-NSR (Contralto) WESLEY CHURCH, TUESDAY December p.m. jisfe Popular and 25 cents. Tickets on tale Cron-pijug Store, Membert of Cholri. DELIVERED FIRST 8H1RTS OF BIG ARMY ORDER PUT IT OVER BIG JIM JOHNSON New Tprk, N.Y., Dee. Me- "Vey. the -hesro lisavyweight, who has been matched to fiBllt Jack Johnson tor the world's championship. In Cuba or .Mexico year, 'defeated Battling .fim Jojihion of Philadelphia, in a ten- round lioul here last night. -McVey out-pointed .and Q'4t-boxeii bis oppo- nent. weights were: pounds: Johnson, Delicious Appetizing With the flavor.anil aroma oi the choicest'hops with the blending of Ihe hops with tii'e b'flst ..selected biirlfy you have iu Alberta's PpjdeBBBP one of tlie most ages that the skill, of man-can, produce. People drink jl for it? appeal- Ing flavor, for the .refreshment -affords, fcr the 'health that it, for Al- bertSi't Prtde'Beer'-is' in ft' varioiy ol ailments. Any good doctor will1 lell-you that, Letbbridjje 'jJeer is a Uevcrage, fl is M wood appetizer and fine for the rliKeation. case, of .-If.'at home. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. K PHONE 554 CALDWELL NOT. TO '-RETURN EVEN IF MACKS Kano, Pa., Dec. the Cornier star nitcher of the New his average was only .240, but it was York Americans, who visiting friends in this''city, said there is no cbance of him returning to the'Ameri- can lengne in case the New York club trades him to the Athletics. "I have signed, a-contract to play with the Buffalo Federal league tpain for the 'next three he said, I am going to play wltli it .The El ments. j "r Arriingeinents have been coinplaled for tiie championa and runner-un of "a year ago to play ali-star .teams Sat- urday, December'HI The Canadiens, Montreal, will play, a team chosen from Wanderers, Montreal, and Que- bee; while the champion Torontas will nlay a team composed of ios, Toronto .anrt Ottawa. a' i 11 t n'n -'tl1 -.JMym. -----1-------' SHIFia iV UO.V----it HBtt ,e held a regular position on aild only be appreciated by heing I achievement in that, brunch of Canad- the the.tJ-am. _ _ Eddie Collins Second i Haarat-Selig- Nsws Weekly are also the great Tyrus J sh0wn; iu all. Eddie Collins of the j with a mark 344. Trfs Speaker of Boston and Joe JacUs'on >of Cleveland 'were tiotl for j AUDACIOUS IS "LOST Secretary Daniels of U. S. Navy Told Congress So Yesterday me, as I expect to see a. large number of league stars jmup to 'the Fed- erals within the next two. NO FANCY SKATING FOR. CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS i Ottawa, Out., Dee. was an- j noujiced by Ormie Haycock yesterday, i a prominent of the Minto (Skating club of this city.1 that nadian amateur-figure skating, chain- ipionshins will held this year, on account .of tho. This state- ment is an authorized one. That, so many of- those prominently, connected with figure and fancy skat- have bnlisted, gr'rare prominently .connected the mil: iUa'of'tho country, is.the reason. As a' result of 'WiiS- it ;was learned also that, Ottawa will retain..the" ?0pn- nuiiglU" jih'fl Cliarlenge cups, and MoiiLrea.1. the ISnrl GreyCliaUcnge'cui> J until: the -fieason will be.competed for again. i- ARGQS AT SALISBURY CABLE CONGRATULATIONS Toronto, OnU Oec. play- ed ArgosJ' said n cablegram vGcefved of tho-Argos -Jlowing elHh.-ciiamnions.of i Canadian from: members-.of ian manufacture. cause along. :NEW VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE ;j c. P. R. CALLAHAN GOOD SPORT Wishes Eddie Collins Best of Luck As 't Manager of White. Sox CMiicago. III., Dec. Jim- my Callahan of the W.Mte Sox said to- day that he knew several weeks ago 1 that President Comiskey was tontem- -a change- 'n mfinagers, and that he is satisfied'to'step out. and wishus JOddie Collins: a world's piohshin team .next year. 'Ca''laliau would not O.K. tlie unoffi- cial announcement that he is to be made vice-president of'the White Sox and put in direct chargo of the club, but men close to Comlskey say ('alia-1 hail will be taken care of. WOLGAST'S ARM O.K. AGAIN -Cadillac, Mich., Dec. Wql-'j gnst, Cadillac, lightweight, is at'ie once more to use his'right arm, brok- en five weeks ago while training'for, or fighting with Champion Freddie .Wolgasl ia planning enter- ing the Hug'liefore another month I tho fllnb now witli.tho. Caimdiiin forons j passed. Ad lias prospective bouts Tho (.-u was signed by Ihroo Michigan towns, Grand Rapids, Jeff Tnylor, Hill Cirant, Alex. Sinclair, Kalamazoo and Flint, .in c! In Windsor, i Hill Jafvis, Hoss Onf. Wolgast probably .will Coo nnil HottRrcl. on New Year's night. the Audacious positively was lost, de-' spite reports that she had -been raised. "Tf this European war continues without the first-class battleships tak- iiiir part do you think it necessary to continue building he was asked. "Certainly'it is replied tlie secretary.- The Germans always have their i ships ready to go out. The are no'w using" their ships to control com- merce on the sea, but they are always potentially in readiness for-action. SKATING Every Afternoon and Evening Citizens' Baud In attendance Morttfay Night ICE IN GOOD CONDITION AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) Admission: VALUE' OF GERMAN MARK FALLS OFF Berue, Switzerland, Dec. to the'serious financial conditions in, Strassbur-g, a war. loan bank has been established there, with a Mpltnl -of marks f The exchange value of tho German mark has fallen again within .the past week, and is now 111 centimes instead of 123 centinves at. the outset of the war. Germany is most eager that this fall in the marie should not become Known among tiie German people, and consequently must not be published, in the German press. Afternoons, Adults Afternoons, Children Adults Evenings, Children Season Tickets ....25c Ueatty who has received the position of Vice-President of the C. P. U. lines throughout Canada. SKATING The People's Skating Rink t .OPPOSITE CITY-FIRE HALL. 'The Rink will be open every afternoon and evening. A will bt in attendance every evening throughout the entire The ice it In excellent condition. Admission 15 Every Saturday forenoon children under fourteen yeart of age will be admitted for 10 cents. WEAK ANKLES EH? you Should Worry! GET A PAIR OF Steel Ankle Supports AT MAC'S Agent for the Famout' HUTOMOBIlt SKATES Made in Canada LET US SHAH PEN SKATES. WE SKATE OUR- SELVES 80 WE KNOW WHAT YOU WANT, a Belter THeory IndUn Motor Cycll Agint Phone 1032 418 5th St. ;