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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LtJlTHliKllXi-K U A 11-If HKKAljU rifF.K3iiiK.xT AND FIN.ANOKK ATTEND AKMY-NAVY i.iii Photo token Nov. 27th at the Polo Grounds, Now York, show's Preside! Wilson ant! Mrs. ICditli Boiling Gait, his guest at honor at. the Annajoli: Point football game, in which the Army defeated the Navy. 14-0. Death Toll of Game Hunters in States Exceeds Other Sports killed. killed. killed. -----------------------------------------I Chicago', Dec. 13. Tlicsu JlgiiKS compiled on the most recent season in the. three branches -.-of. -outdoor spcrt, show most danncr- uiis pastime. There were as many deaths in base- ball as in hunting, hut the 'baseimll tea-ion nine months the I while hunting lasts a -ami there 'are many, .many jnore persons engaged.in ;basPball than limiting The football season lasts ahout as long, as the season, hut. the death toll is much'smaller. Besides the fi2 persons killed in (iC were biutly injured. The figures are {fathered .from 18 states. Last vear the dead .numbered 111, the injured IG2, The (ie'-rease is .probably flue to the fact that fewer jfersons hunted this vear. Wisconsin, for instance; passed a law prohibiting the shooting of tloe.i and each hunter to one buck. Michigan, as lias been the case for seunl u.ilb, led in deaths 1-1 Two women were killed. Mrs. ,1. ir Ford of Danville, was accident- ally shot by her husband while on a duck hunt in Colorado. Mrs. Reuben Rartlett of was shot, by a hunter who1'thought he -was shooting at .i deer Accidental discharge of guns responsible for most deaths and in- juries. In' many cases hunters shot at tliej believed to he ii.ainc and found they had killed feildw hunters: Over Chicago, Dsc. involvim well-known ball players and possibl disposition of the problem ol th1 Cleveland club will I'O features of tbe American league's annual meeting here next Wednesday, it is predicted. The program for tin: mcetiiij! con- tains nothing but routine business, according to :l league oflicial, but trades suggested anil settlement ot Charles Senior's affairs as far an they aficct the Cleveland team and the league Venerally remain to olier in- terest. Kivul bills for the services of Frank Baker, now under contract to the Philadelphia club, may furnish the main excitement in the breaking line. President Comiskcy is alter linker. the New York Americans, it is said, still hope to him, and reports today from Si. Louis indicate ibat the Browns will be among tile bid- ders. The organisation will Icaye the matter entirely to Connie Mack, of the Athletics, and to Maker himself. Baker is understood to he demanding a price for bis services. Results of Saturday's Games Uuidnn, Dec. arc re- sults of English football games play- ed Saturday on the grounds of the first-named 'club JUPLAND SECTION lira-Kurd City U. 2. Derby County 3, Hull City 1. Grinisby .Town 4, Barnsley 1. HiicIihTslield T. 2, Leicester F. 1; Lincoln City 3, Hradford 1. Notts County 0, Notts Forest 0.' Sheffield Wed. Leeds City 0. LANCASHIRE SECTION llurnlcv 4, Preston North End 1. Holton Wanderers I, bury 2. Evcrton 2, Manchester United 0. Manchester City 2, Liverpool 1. Southport 2, Uochdalc 2. Stoke U, Stockport County 2. Oldliam 2, Blackpool 0. LONDON" COMBI.XATIO.V Crystal Palace Tottenham H. 2 Queen's Park Hangers 1, West Ham United 1. Ftilllam t, Brentford 3. Clapton Orient 0, The Arsenal 3. Watford 3, Croydon Common 0. Milhvall Athletic .1, Chelsea U. UNION" St. Helen's li, Riiiicorn 2. 3, St. Helen's Recreation 0. Rochdale 0, Huddersfield 3. Salford 3, Oldliam 3. Halifax U. Broughton 7. Bradford 0, Batley 11. Hull 13. .Hramlev 0. Leeds 17, Hull Kingston S. ork 8, Brigliouse 0.. I Dewshury 21, Hunsiet 0. ST. NICHOLAS OF NBW YORK DEFEAT STARS .Montreal, Dee. team of hock- eyists from tho St. Nicholas Club, of New defeatedjtiie- Stars, .cham- liiona'of last year's 'City League, in a game .at the afUi noon here! The score was 0 to 2 The deciding "lino for the troph) will'be slaved next'Saturday in New Toil' The.local team showed lack of con- dition in a1! rl Iio aturteii oft at a "fast gait and main- tnineu" tlltyiwco until, their lead was made'safe and tbey: played generally on .the defensive. AMERICAN-AUSTRALIAN TEAM WINS BIKE RACE -New York, Dec. Hill, of Boston, "and Alfred Grenua, of Aus- the -American-Australian, team, .won the twerity-tlfird annual six-day bike nice whiciv closed at'10.05 o'clock TO SIGN ARTICLES FOR BIG FIGHT Chicago, Dec.. -ar- I- tides' for trie -tight .between Jess -Wiriard, champion lieiny weight, and Fred Ftlltou, of 'Minnesota, probably will he signed here toda> between Domiuick Tortorich and Tom- my Burns, promoters oE will not affect the bout-, -which has been sched- uled for March "4tli. last night in llaaison Siuaie Garden The final 2770 miles and S laps which betters uv 11 miles and b laps the best PIPUOUS mark, which was set' by Ociillet and Grenda in' New Yqrk in 191-1. MADE IN Ford Touring Car Price get loss "kicking in the clutch" titan by "pushing on Hie lines." The Ford will tuple jour horse de- livery 'service and increase >our prolils. the economical Ford :t clunic to your cost of doing business Tiie Runabout is now the Town Car f.o.b. ford, Ontaiio All cars completely (-quipped including headlights Equipment does not include speed ometer Get particulars from THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE S PHONE 633. CAIRNCROSS SON CARDSTON i DISTRICT THE LEAGUE TABLES SCOTTISH Celtic .13 Morton .16 Hearts 19 Rangers Partick T Hamilton A. Mptherwell Kilmarnock Ayr United Dundee MIDLAND Notts Forest .M Notts County .17 bhelheld 1 20 Barnslev .3-1 Leeds City LEAGUE Clyde Airdrieonians St. Mirren Dumbarton Aberdeen Queen's Park Third Lanark Hibernians Raith Rovers SECTION" Leicester Hull City Bradford Sheffield W, Htiddcrsficln Grimsby T. Derb) Counts Bradford City .26 Lincoln 31 LO.N'DON COMBINATION Chelsea.....U Fulliam 27 Millwall .18 Q. P- Rangers. 424 Usenal 30 Watford W West Ham 21 Tottenham Brentiord IT C laiiton 0 oO Cnstal P 28 Crojdon C 211 LANCASHIRE SECTION. Buinlej 19 Liverpool 21 Stoke JO "Manchester L 26 Manchester C 19 Oldham 27 Stockport 22 Bui.} 29 Blackpool 22 Bolton 45 5000 yards of beautiful r; imported overcoatings to f be disposed .of this week MEN'S to Measure Made right, trimmed and lined right. Your choice of any style. THE WOOLEN -----------LIMITED----------- Empress Block, Lethbridge Noble Buys Big Bunch of Cattle .25 Rochdale .17 Preston N E 43 Everton Southport O'UEARY IS TO FIGHT MACKENZIE AND SCALER Saskatoon, Sask Dec OLean Canadian lightweight Cham pion, who 15 matched ith Bilh Mac of Winnipeg foi a fifteen roun-i bout here Dec 17, and at Edmonton Kid Sca'Icr on Dec. 20; leaves here this afternoon for Edmonton to make dehnite ariangements for his bout there, arriving G. P. to- morrow morning NINETY-SIX TEAMS LINEUP IN THE O H.A. Toronto, Dec. On- t irio Hockey -will have 86 teams- playing hockey this season in the tegular championship series and three othei teams retaining their membership but not playing for various reasons St Mich- ae'i's seniors will not play be- cause of the serious illness of "OM" 'Murphy, St Michael's College juniors because of the intercollegiate edict against outside snort during the wai. am! St. Paul's.of Toronto be- cause of lack of ice III addition to these teams 4 the O HA .will aiso hare a 4 Toionto high school section, 4 nhk-h ulll have anywheio fiom sK to flfteen teams Nobleford> Dec. Bruce has resigned from the Nobleford school the resignation to take place at Christmas. Mr. Bruce is'arranging to -ive n farewell concert at the school Dec. 23; Mr McLaughlin ind daughter ol raiuim were guests at the home of F. W. Hunt over Sunday. Frank Smith of Creston, B.C., who has had charge of Mr. Bcnoit's farm for a few weeks, leaves in a day .or two lot ins home in the apple Mr Hunl and daURhlci. Lillian, spent Tucsdai at LethbridRC. Mr. and''Mrs. fl, W. Stevinson and infant son, ucie in Lethhndge Thurs- day C S Noble returned Thursda) fiom two in the north countn he purchased three hundred head of cattle ivith which he' will sloe his farms He also brought home him two splendid little Shetlan'l pomes for the use of his children Doctor J. T: Ferguson, superin- tendent of Home Missions in the Pres- bvtcnan church, gne his popular lecture "Great of the Warr- ing m the Nobleford school house Frulaj evening, use 17, be- ginning at eight o'clock The lecture vill be illustrated by excellent gram- ophone selections. An oliering only will he taken, which be devoted to expenses an.-l the church budget. Do not miss the chance to hear Doc- tor Ferguson Communion will be given at the morning ice in the Presin tenan church nest Sunday, Doctor Ferguson taking lie Aull occup} the pulpit in tiie as well, -xnd spiak at T.lomrch in the after- noon, service beinc: held at the home of Mr Quick at three o clock sharp F. ff. Hunt and family spent Sun- dav last in Lethbridge. Miss Mar> Lind, who has been the guest of Miss hene Bcnoit foi "-el .era! months, lias returned to her: home at Albion Ridge Bt.noit is ariangmg for a tulkci "hoot hefpre He will put up about a do7en birds, the shoot to take "place at the independent eleva- tor. LOST MEN AND GUNS London, laltiob ag giegatmg 1100 .raj the loss ot eight field guns which they were unalile to from emplacements, ale told of in an official communication is- sued this evening, dealing .with' tlu retreat of the British tenth division from Lake Doiran, Serbia, in-con- junction with the French'. Special mention is ..made of the gallantry of- the Connaught Itangers during the battle. ton, Ont., in 1890. -Ho son of Samuel Freeman, Q.C., for many 5ears a verj' prominent lawyer of Hamilton. When' flrst coming to Letii- bri.dge All Fieeman was a partner of the late R. E. Sherlock. :He was. later promotei of the Lethbndge and Liectnc Light Co, with company he filled the ious offices of chief manager- and secretary for'several-years, until I the plant of the eompanj was taken the this he went into the reaf estate and brokerage uusmess X T SldtLeucl He for several ears a member of the city council, and during the past year occupied the nosition of engineer at the power house. Ihe complete lesults oC tfie vesterday are "as. follows FIRST CHOICE Free-. McKen- Poli Reid man zie Total JC School 149 SI 381 Mil Aie 111 T, m N. Ward ...150 101 94 345 SECOND CHOICE Freeman 152 Reid....................... M GRAND TOTAU1 Freeman 471 Reid....................... 435 Freeman 311 Louis Stander, Russian, interpret- er at BrantforJ, Uaims that Russian recruits could be raised in Ontario McLoughlin and Wood's hardware store at TohUd, Vlberta, was de- hv fire Public Opinion Indorses this family remedy by making its sale larger than that of any other medicine in the woild. The experience of generations has proved its great value in the treatment of indigestion, biliousness, headache and constipation. BEECH AM S PILLS relieve these troubles and prevent them from becoming Ills by promptly clearing wastes and poisons out of the digestive tystem. They strengthen the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the, bowels. Mild and harmless A proven family remedy, unequalled For Digestive Troubles America In 23 ccnU. Totals ...410 319 .Rejected ballots 171 50 Total ca t 1025 McKenzie eliminated on fli >t bal.ot SHOE REPAIRING By Modern Methods Expert Workmanship. Best Material. A Quick Job, And every pair guaranteed. PHONE 1717 We Call and Dellyir. FRANK MILES 511 4th Avenue South. Wine Spirit Co. Closing-Out Sale 4O per cent reductions on all C. C. Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Co. 407 and SECOND AVENUE SOUTH. ;