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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONPAV. DECEMBER 14, 1911 DOESN'T CARE FOR BLACK MARK ACAINIST HIS GOOD CAREER Montreal, Dec. la.-Tuci'c seems tr> ._. possibility that the expulsion olj... Koss, former star player and for several vcars vice-president of Wanderer Hockey club, fccoi Montreal Hockey club, may lie rc- considriTd bv the directors o. tin, N 'I'. fcmmeU'.QiiInn, president of tire association, who notified 111. Ross November 22. of his expulsion, has forwarded to the directors let- ter received in reply from Hoss, ami asked their opinion. In his letter to President Jm in, Koss acknowledges a reference to (hi! constitution o! the N'.ll.A.. clause which provides that :l mem- ber expelled has the righl oi iimical to the dircclors, but stales thai us be was not -i member, when expelled, TO DROP HENLEY REGATTA English Rowing Classic to Be Abandoned Because of War London. Dec. 13-The lien- rcBUtta. England's classic rowing event, will not bo next. year. The ntuwai-ds ilc- cldcd to abandon It. In view of the conditions brought about by thi> war. ff THE I) Al I, V H EK A LD m TO PULL PAGE THREE CURLERS IT'S UP TO YOU FRIENDS ARE ASSURED STAR I SECOND BASEMAN WILL RE- COVER FROM PNEU- I MONIA lAT THE Y.M.C.A. t mt IS 16 NO CHANGE IN CIRCUIT AS MOOTED SHORTENED UP SCHEDULE Or GAMES Heigh, there! Are you getting your rink lined up for the charity nonspiel? Do not delay until the last minute. Get busy now. Tlie conditions Fifty cents a a rink. TWO nrccn curlers on every curler a lady, if pos- sible. Tile bonnpiel commences next Thursday, and will be complied Friday, if the entries are not too numerous. How many are going to maKe this charity boncpiel a success? You are a curler. Upon your individual efforts depends wheth- er or not il will b: a success. The bcjnoplel committee are do- ing all in their power to make this a event of a worthy insti- tution, as the Lethbridge Curling association is reputed to be. You as a member arc expected to do something Don't wait to be asked Go and ask for something to do, and show your heart's in the right place. Get busy now. AT Y. M. C. A.j and had not" hem since last October, he cannot take- advantage of the pro-. tioi.... vision, and for the same reason liu Kame schedule docs not consider he hns been espi'll-1 elfin-club circuit, hut tin lint he dors not wish to retire from hockey, owing to the nfflciol mark against him, thcr consideration, on the Rrnun that "crmjlBion" is i-oo severe. 'announcement. reffir, he transier o, mmch sos ro club 111 the THREE POINTS APIECE season. A 110- allli Campbell. Wil- son Home teams won a game apiec-e on Suturdav in their league match. Both count points. The very: upon ckcv, owng o te n' an ainst him, and requests fur- City liultm-.oio to MI.UUS.. BIG SPEEDWAY TO BE CONSTRUCTED AT CHICAGO Two In Circumference and Bunked High at Turns Chicago, HI.. Dec. j for the construction of a two-mile automobile speedway in Maywood, a wostern have been signed Hiciimom.. That the ICIIRIII- will continue its i-isht club circuit is evidenced by the i fact "that a playins 1schcduiii iV 140 sanies was announced for next sra- Ison During the last'ten years this [league has" been playing 15-1 Raines iiiul this, in IV opinion oi the ma- 'joritv of tin- club owners, marie the season too lonp. 'Uiic opcniiiK date 1m 1D1S has been set tor April 27th. cap of 15 pins on tho Kuyal Bunk. nun MacDoiiald Co., defaulted. The L'.. W. II. team had a hnndi- The score: Royal Bank llansch Martell Carlcy New York, Dec. condition of .lohuiiv Kvcrs, captain of the lios- :ton National IcaRin- baseball club who is confined iu a local hotel suf- i Icrinir irom pneimionii i unchanged today. Tin- j attendance assured President Uilltiey, of tliu club, that tin1 Braves' second Kiin-Kxcilomeiit-lvnlcrtainmcnl All (lira- welded into a glorious new day oi helpful, healthful, mcnt at the YOUIIK Men's Christian j Association ni our city. Oil N'-w Y.'iir's and hour will lie.filled with scmctliini; to look at or listen to. i'iu- Social Committee are I" H that miishty little inaclivity wil. seen "V" on that dav. 1 program of varied description iliciiiK developed. In fuel, il j nearly complete, and the. lollowms sprak's for itself j 9.30 I'ool Chiiillpic.'isilip playeli oil. I Billiard Championship played oft. i Kowliiw (.'hainpionship played oh. I Indoor'iiaseball, Senior vs. Business ijlcn. AI'TKHNOOX .lunior (lyiiinasiimi Demonstration. liastel Boys vs. Knox Ilioys; Taber Girls vs. Knox (.iris. j Uctrola Concert. Senior Gymnasium Demoiisi ration. .Musicji! Concert. Male Voice Choir. Airs. .1. Air. Satu iolin. Mr. Fred Mr. .McCi. These features with a couple hours nt home to ilemolisn turkey will surely inaKC an i'leal dav. Kveiy oiic at the "Y" is cnthusias- will be arranged. It is expected that these will be even belter than those Hi Hallowe'en. Everything will he j immeiliaic tian- TONIGHT The Mo.sl Heart Gripping and Kxciting Episode shown of We slake our reputation goals to 3, and increased their lead in the championship race. But for .Lindsay's fine work in goal and Lester Patrick's sterling perform- LVJU1Ui u, anco on the defence, Vancouver j QR jor acquisition of an owner AFTER FOR CLUBS of me Federal leagues .varied their competition for ball-play- ers today, by making known a contest Chicago 111., Dec the American and was a biff warehouse, and there were several tenements in the block. On the opposite eoi'ner was a three-storey tenement, and to that several other temnnents. In the rear was the ferry slip, with the ferry boat Cori- laild't Iu, while in the distance could be seen the sky line of New York City. It really looked beautiful, and one i-wouid swear It was taken ia Jersey "Miss Madison 13 locked up in the second story of the tenement house, when It catches fire. She appears at the window, and Mr. Larkin runs to the warehouse, grabs a long rope, which they, uso for hauling up furni- ture, and makes a swing of 42 feet across the street from the window of floor ........___....._ Miss Madison iu his arms, and swings would have run the score into douhl figure the warehouse to the second of the tenement, gra' Madison iu his arms, and......._ back again, while the firemen stand beneath with a life net. It certainly HUDSON Paid for Hudsons Monthly lien are now buying five times as many 'HUDSONS as they bought one year ago. For weeks, the average delivery to users has been 100 cars per day. That means that motorists are paying monthly to get these new HUDSON SIx-40's. This is now the most popular class car in the world; Waited There liave been times since this new model appeared when us high as buyers were on-the waiting list. Some of those men wait- ed weeks for this HUDSON when most other could he hart at once. And' other cars are selling are buying Ilicse HUDSON'S fnster than they arc built. The factory has cope with cars by impress. No Rival Yet All the rival models t'or next year arc out now. And today this HUDSON is snllins' raster than. ever. The. HUJvSON output ia five times :ts large ns il was one year ago. Come see this matchless car. Von will see the latest and finest production of Howard 1C. Collin. the great HUDSON' lic- signer. Voii will see his finished car on which he. hits .worked four years. And IT .other engineers have worked witli him. You will sen a car pounds lighter than old-time 7-sent cars. You will sec a new-type molor which saves 30 per cent, in fuel. You will see beauties, of you never have seen in :i car. Como now. The hesf touring months arc, befoit: you. Now is the lime lo get a 1915 -'model.1 Five Xcw-Htylc Opcii Cars. f. o. b. Detroit, Duty Paid the H. T. Henderson Garage "BETTER SERVICE THAN ......T.___ _ LETHBRIDOE; with large means, according to an! ,Vas a thriller. announcement by. James A. Ullmore, Vance. Mrs. Vance. Mr. Federal league president and myself begged Miss ..Madison to Tacoh Ruppert, wealthy New York let some one double, for her, but she brewer ii the particular prize for absolutely refused to anybody is said, the. leagues are con-jdouble. I can assure you that it was (testing, lluppert has been in tremendous relief when this stunt I ence with B. B. Johnson, president of! accomplished without accident. the American league for a 'week, it! Mr. Larkin msde the gigantic, swing 'has been well known, and the landed, feet first, in the window, York brewer was accepted as a pos-1 with the flames- shooting- around him. Handel's "Messiah" WESLEY CHURCH CHQIR Augmented to 60 Voices .PRINCIPALS; MI.SE. CONDUCTOR ACCOMPANIST MR THOMAS ROBERTS SERTRUDE BAILEY CO RS SERTRUDE ACCOMPANIST -i O 1 C Wesley Church, Tomorrow Evening, 8.15 Powilai- and 25 cents _ >nH Member! .Jlacleod, the rroft'yervlarge number of he residents of the town, the impres- sive and solemn, ceremony of dedicat- ing the new OUdfe'ilows' hall took ptece on Wedsesday evening last The ceremony was performed by Grand Master.-W. G. HendersonVof CaIBar> CABINET Assiniboia, will enter ihe dldats as minister ot Education., Mr Cold-well of Brandon, it Is sa will become Attorney-General, snd H Howden, minister of Public WorSI, Dr. Montague retiring. Windsor's industrial commissioner, Arthur Jackson, a former newspaper reporter and a teen student oi.muni- cipal covernmcnt., has-decided to run, the mayoralty of the city this assisted by the wing James'Murray; e Rothner, Grand Warden W. as a pua- vvilll tne tne purchaser for the New York Am- He grabbed Mtss Madison in his arms j the local Marshall cricans. The l-'ederal league'Interest i and swung back again to the wnre- j'' 3Iurray. the Noble. JHS. '-in the New Yorker became known to- uotise. It sure was'some scene, jday. _ 'WOMEN FOR RACE -LUCILLE LOVE" AT EMPRESS San Cal., Dec. girls Today and tomorrow the Empress .will be employed as checkers for the; Kni show the tentli installment of SIB-iOO San Uiego exposition auto Love, the -GM q! Mystery, riice. January 9. Experience has JThis is without-doubt one of !ruce January f. Experience ims iThis is without-uouDt--one oi me I tauu'ht Manager IT. Young that j it not the most, Interesting episode of B awe-inspiring and adventurous career, picturing, her complete, sub- jection under the the world-famous nnter.national spy. L-ou- bonque. showing'ner abduction from America, and her place of _imprlsoi.- mistakes in time sheets at rac jincets have'rcsulted from male chack- j ers giving too much attention to the race and to smoking. Young said jthat beauty would not he the main i feature In choosing the checkers, but [admitted that it might count if a i number of applicants shewad ef- ficiency for the work. This will be the first time In tho history of auto- j.mobile racing that women have offi- I elated as checkers. I RUBE MARQUARD IS STILL _..... j'- New York, NlY., Dec. No- I York National league club will make I no .reply to the "letter from Robert ''Ward, president of the Brooklyn Fed- erals, in 'which Ward promises to re- turn Rube Marquard to the New York club, provided the Giants can show him they have lii.legal contract with ;The New York club lakes the stand lhat Mnrqunrd could not. be returned to them, as he never ceased .to he un- der contract to tho club. mera, ment in Mexico. She is free from houque, anil yet a captive of his cun- ning, portraying in a most startling and Inwpil bv some very Interesting speeches "from leading Oddfellows In of the.proceedings an excellent lunch was served and dancing was indulged in for several hours, the spacious hall making an ideal room. The I' S. supreme court refused to a writ to .review 1-eo M. ,f the murder ot Atlanta factory Tuaii- fjv en ii nt r f H new element of mystery enters Into manner her sudden and unexpected re- i ;1 to re lease from her guards, through tne conviction of avarice of right-hand j phagan, an AI man. Even while she is escaping a j new ui A GIANT the story. "The Seventh Perlude sliows the of an unscrupu- lous mind in an effort to gam an end, the clever detective at work and tne happy ending of a baffling murdar mystery. Two copiedics of real worth complete a show well worth seeing O.H.A. GROUPING Toronto, OiU., Dec. a meet- ing ot the O.'H.A- executive, last night, the grouping In the senior ser- ies was fixed up as follows: Group of Toronto, T. Victorias of Toronto, Kings- aivoreldcs of To- Argonaut club of Tdronto.'TorontO'Rowing cluu'and'St, bael'B club of Supple at Sixty and ripe experience Binern aMfnlntn wfcen moittl wid biSaily poweri by keeping rich blood in the veins. In attendance Monday Nigh' ICE IN GOOD CONDITION AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) Admission: Afternoont, Adults .........15c Afternoons, Children ..me Evenlngt, AdulH.............Jfe Evenings. Children Season Tickets WEAKANKLESIH? You Should Worry! A PAIR OF Steel Ankle Supports AT MAC'S Agent for the Famoui HUTOHOBIU SKATES Made in Canada LET US SHARPEN YOUR SKATES WE SKATE OUR- SELVES SO WE KNOW WHAT YOU WANT. Practice l> Better than Cycle Agent 418 5th St. 8. ;