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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER.18, ISM. THE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE OFIHEAfHLEI IE Connie Make Makes Statement About His Club-Likes Look of Red Sox Philadelphia, Pa., .Dee. i Connie Mack ot the champion1' .Uhletics .made the first statement conceniiini the shakeup of his club and its chances in the American leagui race next season when he was askc 1 to come out and give an explanation fur the release of his three star Lwirlrrs, Plank and Coombs and the -sale of Eddie Collins to the White Sot. Mack's explanation was hi: frankly, did not sec how thr Athletics could hope to win the Am- erican league pennant as they Made was sincere in his statement ami saitl that he expected the world's scries to be contested in Boston next season, -at'least the American league end of its unless-the' Kod Max Un 1 Tigers were froth hudly crippled. C'cn nie says that his club is not nearh ay stroiijr now as it was a year ago anil llia-t there arts many roasrns wlij .SQC'AUBLK CAUSIi OK SALE While Ire would riot (utlinit it di it is generally believed that the. recent Ira Thomas-Kddic Collins controVersy had much to do with it Thomas accused Collins of stoiliiij the Athletics' signal system and through newspaper articles, tippiiii, the opposing teams. off to manx things that the Athletics had profit ed from in the pas I... Mack said that the bltar iMirtjs in the American league would now-play1 the Athletics on different lines make it much, harder to win than or- dinarily liccausa his L'lub was natnr- aliv looKinR 101 uid expecting to p t i Sirgo thro igh Collins indiscretions. KKD SOX STKONOKU, HE SAYS !n speaking or Aineriuan .Icagun npxt season onn bin) 1 tig urr Bosfoii to he .chih JLB and do not face how tinh can itpeit units tl lied ind I igm ire I adl crippled. The Boston cli'li-is-one'that j ill be stioni, in dr artncnt snd with Wood in shape again will' havt; 'the 'slrongost, .pitching staff; any has possessed in years. 11 is a. olub thai plays hood ball ill the--, time ami with, the batting strength it has, only the complrti hroakdov.'ii of'the pitching staff can cause the team to-finish away from the ip 01 Ise luiflei in "its .'lineup Chicago .may proie a surprise 'TJEtroit is also a. club that, ifi go- ing to give the a fight to finish second, a'nd with the breads thu Tigers arc liable to .win; DRtroit's :ivcaknass at- seeoml base is said to -havc-becn plugged up by tin; purchase j of Young from the Sacramento' club of- the Coast league. IN HIY Lethbridge Curling Rink Crowded With Players and Spectators Reflecting an Extraordinary Occasion; Ladies Their in all Their Glory ing fan, us-! oi the Washington, club' to offer .him morn a Vfi3r caused Wal-j -Johnson to jump to the Johnson said, in a letter here today Manager Grilluh, Johnson' said, of- fered him a 5-ycar contract ai SHI, 000 a vrnr hut later reduced it to three VPIU.S. Then President .Miner i 142 'er soiM> 1 n't i i Dandv sluA. wniglit. That's all right, iic.vt time.' Those were Hit: war-yells 01 thr, curlers lust night in the tlrst set-Hi of flu: charity honspiel. These Leth- bridge knights the besom and stane are gallant knights, otherwise the> might have n." lined lhui dusts of more weighty words thun iht-ir i weighty stancs shots went awry. The ladies were in the gamfc and forsooth the knights took in the situation and acted accordingly urling an n the .spirit o! the game is not seized ui'wi hv the pIuLrs uid iulo a whole heaited numui Onie in the real spirit of tiie game, and the player is lost in the fun. It did nut, tak't, IOIIL, foi ihi ladies to Iw Liughtl up in the prei itlmL, (iiUitisiasm last] nWit al the rinV. anil their whuoping soon viea strongly with Mi! best efforts oi the male old war I'iors. Mil VI OI I YMON S'lcit ttois ciouded HP joint1 ard jo HI heaiUli m then interest in the contests. This hon-i sine! has created more animation] around the curliiie; rink than m other :spirl oi rink's history. The charity honspiel is. :1 success. [here were no less than -10 ritiKs entered, for tiie contest yesterday Ih mles prmic'c tint the link drops out uid ninetLen were knocked out of tiie running during the hosiilitirs. Curling1 commenced at ri o'clock 'and continued till past mid i night without a break. Th? lirst hatch oi draws went on at S, tht Tin G A.MES foi turn'hi s proceed ings are as follows, Shepherd Uunlop vs. Knox Church. i, iO P Hamilton- ta.' Jlanlieville. Iis Co is I men Hank. Kirkiiam Hink vs. Utlibridge Auto. Howl Kink Arlington Hotel. fc I1 M Hudsf n -i Hat U) s Conyljeire, Thiirch McArlhur. Stacev Lumber -'Co. .vlacDonald Co hiiiimk Uub 'i M A. Lclhhridge ARLINGTON HOTEL (European Plan) Rates 50c per day and up. First Class Grll! in connection. Morrison Lcssard, Props. Me anil Grill SERVICE A LA CARTE yleals 25c and from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Short Orders Our Specialty Co, nmutatlon Meal Book for LEO. Manager of Good Eats Department. IT'S THE COFFEE. Free. Employment Office In con- 1839. Herilil 9 oO P M 01 Jjs Kobe i to and Uii-j ion Bank vs. Taylor Milling Co. j Winners of liardieville! vs. 1. H. C. No. .1. I Winners of Kriox Church vs. Shep- J hcid Duilop Diuiisou Metal] JVICTIMS OF GERMAN RAID Di Mew all is Blailhmi DON P I is iMiueratne tlul the be CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE the i hcdnle tnnt Ihe bon- 1 postmas ;.Mr. and Jlrs. Bennett, ne- Iphew anil child Margaret Briggs, do- spiel lomimtTe- iirgt in it links be j on deck at ihe t 1 luur. he a in mule late niestlc servant; ISdith Cross, Belle- j I vedere liuad Ada Crou, domestic on t Mrvilllt Mrs. DuIIielii, The Esplaii- ade Ellis, chemist's assistant Ilar- ry Firlli, Ueiiford street; John Hall, Justice 'of the Peace; Mrs. Price. Belleviie" street Miss Mclntyrc, Kov- weeping. erness "Jlrs. Merryweallier, Pros- TONIGHT MARY PICKFORD THE GREAT DRAMATIC TRIUMPH Stronger Love GENUINE COMEDY Ill-Wind A Storm of Laughter 2 REEL SPECIAL The Will Full of Heart Throbs BIG WAR GAZETTE Spec Music Usual Admission Augmented Concert Orchestra H1MS TO 1111 1 XU1EK line a maid to flo i our weeping. erness "Jlrs. Merryweallier, ros- Lethbridgt ladits arc not used to it. pcct Road George Taylor, aged I.N'orth street; Mary Trew, Dellevuel the sl-ip scream Boop street John C. II. Ward, Bellevue j et eU don t lonfliiit his street infant child oi Mrs. Hylls. i MM. at I in the nrxt -it S t'il ncsi i anVthmg so lulgar as j Randall it MO am! tlk.i the liuW nun tin NOIII) He means MUCP up the shot-> liara Tilnmore, railway man. lOwd IID th, s nlu H'c btone Ulc stollli ls milkinS the llrteaielhP results unde slowly g_ne it i little momen- Dlackllimie Cu. 5, City Offices No.! touch irom Mihiil as it were 'ciiinoot Cluu'S. Canadian liank oi If the sliot is a trillc light, a lit AT li U '7 18 lil S17 IOJ tlr toiiUi Horn bdlulll re ijuite legiti- your opponents don't catch AT HAKTLEPOOL llartlepool, ncc. is officially itatcd tltit the :_umbcr of killed in the bomljurdnient yesterday mat YOU at it shot tint is a Wile bun blip broom in front ami retard its pro nrras pretend maflp i il taught It is ill in the game is at -U at Hartlepool, and "the same nunlber at West Hartlcpool. lu iouslv .wounded number about llartlepool utk knells bhiirches and one school. Illi is the lis.t 01 Uilleil Johnson starteil his professional career Mltli the on] i club in HOj I itL Ii" joined tlif Umer ida club mil AMtli ttnt tciui until se cured Washington. Commerce 7. They were t-ied, when time was called and tosspd aL coin for'a poiiit Kirkiiam block 7', Doniinioh' hloc'-i B Davidson Co. U, Bank 5. International Harvester 1 1. MacDonald block 4. onybpare (thurch Mt Vitliur uid G Harness Shop 1 Dl btewirt 7 I and Odite 1 ioil lor tlje sl-ip do all the Iri "Margaret Brannen Lumber Lo 1 etlundBe sneefmj Vihi not go on strike lad lobeit Buigoii Samuel Bu ns Mrs Iron Works, i MCS, and demand that 1011 do the or Cani lierth i Churcher lioul 7 Impui.ll bank J I denng for a rigtlt Ohrendon I'jad Hartle Ij-vlor Co Scott fruit make the men do Co 1 Ihtlle 01 that abominable sweeping IEMPRESQI THEATRE BEAUTIFUL TONIGHT AN OLD ARMY COAT; SOMETHING TO A DOOR; COMEDY.............. THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA; Animated Comedy.... HEARST-SEL1O WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL EMPRESS CONCERT MUSIC. STARTING MONDAY-THE 8HEBHAHS. 2 REELS 1 REEU_ 1 REEL 1 REEL Have vou noticed liofc the skip Mill I H VH1 LllPOOL Mr' 'Vnna Bell num. and fret ard yell Soop er it Arnold Ddnard K Ashcrolt soop er soop er up j Vdjt bah ition Armj Heu- BOWLING AT Y M C A BAYLEY TO' AUSTRALIA -ncrtlnvest Hgni- weight and former lipider of the Can- ftdJan title, has accepted an offer-of a trip li and will leave after bis battle in Vancouver, Christ- fas day with "Houghhonss" Burns. The offer >yas mado by- Walter. Through William Umnack, a San Fran- cisco aport writer...... SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON AND V AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) BAND MONDAY Eckstorm Building; Athletic Park....... Spectators Free BANKERS THREE APIECE The Union Bank and the Hoyal Bai k won three 'joints ipieco day in Their league match. Ridpath's j team out third in ouch game and counted nothing Thu Bank teams received tlieir re-1 spective points for alternating first anil second ill ihe two games played Tli2 scores: Royal HaliEch 1SS Carley 14'i 92 fj Union Harris..... .lack...... Prowst; Ridpath C: Butler'... E. Butler 121 100 105 Handicap.. 326 i 124 141 159 124 121 sr. 830 40 370 GIRLS WILL PLAY BASKETBALL AT NEW YEAR'S DAY Tn anticipation of the game with Taber on New Year's Day, the basketball team is now in regular training at the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium under the supervision of the physical director., un- derstood that the Taher girls play .according to'the-boys' rules. ;.This. will necessitate a change in the lo- cal girl's st> e of ab thei have 'been accustomed to the girls', rules of plaj Ibis change gives the assurance uf i swift a id exciting gamp at the on New Year's Day. children to, night, Ootfk .i.awara ,ial. ,hnt are Ann Pell' JACK TAYLOR WINS, UNSATISFACTORILY (1C) Jrue Cornfoith, of 1 ill> Durham street B [lot X H K- Charles tell her ne.sbboi that jou are itrert D tof the hest little husband she ever met.. SVIEOL JJ I nf oleiUlure out of Urmn; tl ta Hiins Saskatoon .ui deicalerf Jim Lssou holder of the i. ert Lord Lon-5dale btlt tunight alter one [mas hour anil forfa siconds of fast lougli wrestling The iali was sccui ed m an unsatisiacton manner I aylor catching Ins opponent b foot i when the Scot had let go to to the- centre of the mat.. When the' referee.ivjiuld not allow Esson's com- plaint on this ground, -Ksson lav and gaic up the fall, but the referee lei continue to aoplv Ihc toe hold until nn's loot was hurt bo badh he refused to go en I Charl the second QUOITS CHAMPjQN .DIES L'ondbii, Dec. 'II. world's champion nubits is! dead at Ms 'liome Oldfdnl. Ho "re-! presented in-.! ternntional Aifltches iff. 101 a and .1913.] An attack oi" appendicitis prevented J his in ini'4; j BOSTON'S ..PARK.- Bostin, JIass., Dec. .cement stands, .capable of seating, ap- proximately, be built at the-Boston National league club's new baseball park, something after the manner of-the Yale -bowl, 'it is expected that construction wiK b.e finished about _._____. At The PEOPLE'S RINK ACROSS THE STREET FROM CITY FIRE HALL Tim Ilink will be every Afternoon and Band -will in flttcndance Saturday Evening. Admission ly Cents. HOCKEY Saturday Afternoon from 2 until 3 o'clock the ice Is-reserved-for-.a: Game; .buying tickets, for the Hockey. Games may -v akate'the rest bf the Ladies Make Your Dainty Boots Secure by having them heeled with CATS PAW CUSHION RUBBER HEELS Slippery Sidewalks are so are you you walk with a sure-footed tread: on 'CAT'S PAW HEELS Don't ask for "rubber on get- ting 'Cat's cost no more than the ordinary kind. At All Dealers 50c. 16C WALPOLE RUBBER CO. Limited Montral FRANK CHANCE THINKS Sarah Ann Himson Joseph H Johi Sel na Hei (child) Ibos lleslop (7) Tho Higham UO) Hilda !es Ann er Smith Hall Hunter, Edith Jackson; Joseph Jacobs, Hannah Joblins Sarah Job- Mrs. Kav and sister James I Shepherd Leighton (16) 1 eithouse (.18 months) I tie- hoO Dover street Peart (n) Thomas Phillips McGinrc ilieanor Necy fhO? desene all the nice things she m Harrison ibU) ilhlnkg about you top, because you've given so 'much time and thought to your businnsa. sort of let lier.and the kids shift for themselves. But you -wear a ;hero's medal in her eyes. So you've gqt a re- putation to live up to. It's all right to use the braina God gave yin when you-are working; but i-ei umuca u ougut to play in a while. And Benjamin tyou OUgQt to give Wife and the Measer; (lit- hida ft chance to" see what you look 'and act like when you' havoift' got tt tired business grouub. Give 'Friend ii-ij; iMeiuiur a chance to get ivsr sweet smKc Joseph Oliver Corking order smile that uwen Claj-tca Ramsey ;Uent a thrill through your whole-soul John Stanch Jane Stoker, domestic yon were begging quarry Richard jou and afraid some one else .might comp along and grab her be fore jou could buj the Bedding ring Whats the use of working yourself 1 os U Dec 17 Chance, Joriner manager, of the New Yankees, said today t-hat as e irh it, flit spring il m citn sjecret ihat L-Mdic "Cbllius- intended J..OHII; t-o the I edrruls at thr close oi i the phjinc an J ipparentU I Ihc onH to Ueu him in orgin 1 izcdbaseball was to ghe him the 01 'H was the IMLJ with Bender j ind sua hut ilLiej as nothing 101 has nail to 'do nit stnmi ant) see these two 'stars, take.the jump. i 'The Keds gave the'major i hrrd ftght (ontinuel1 Cnance, bid tlirt will put up I a better scrap tins Hard has o] moncv aid tb not afruil to spend it and the mst about tl heioie the) grt through. i 'The l-'eds arc out to. establish I themselves, no niatler what the price! I niiiy he. The .major. leaguers are sim- I pl> (kmorali7ed don 1 know j [Which way duck. They'll do a lot' bf 4ueor things before tire 1915 schccl- ,'ule is ripped inio." AT THE TURKEY SHOOT 'iKour men hit the black spot at 40 yards turltey shoot at tlui S. S Dunham farm yesterday. Ten fine turkeys .were.: won. The crowd was Email, but thpfie who took part had a good afternoon's sport. i coot 1 liaries TatE (2h) ivivuii'.u. jou uuu lhealci Ml-rl Stanle) tmight comp and jrub her be Ma) (73) Peter Sam- iiel Woods- .keniainihg bodies not Men tided to death and letting jour nlfe fad6 without having a gold old Toy Istering lime? We will not one word here about the performance to- be at Star- land tonight. It Is enough- to say thftt-it the ije'st- we'' have -offered jfdr-.sbrae time. and 7. crjihe StailaQd for: a. tainment, and a don't; forget- tbe killiliea. Jpd anter- Ve everytWng 'else', -bring JYlend Wife and Big Minstrel Show at Sherman Xmas Laughs galore at the Sherman Theatre on Christmas Dnj'. and Saturday, December 26, when tiie all-star, Columbia Minstrels UK the hllL To local theitre-soers it will be a'two days' fun carnival, for In the whole of ioure half required for the full presentation of the three parts, there is never, a let. up to the merrlnwut, never a respite from-the jollification. Old-time i i strel shows have always- proven, iin- i raensely popular, and the offering of j the Columbia Minstrels will be no eg to the rule. Special is placed upon the screaminglr burlesque A Menagerie Let j the one-act comedy, riot which win conclude the performance, i This is one of toe most ridiculously fanny sketches ever seen 'here, and Tvfiljbe the .means of raising roof with. I roars of laughter Popular p-lces, from 25 cents to "8 cents will prevail; and reserved seats will he oil Bale nt rrant Hedley s drug store on Mon- i da> next A portion of the proceeds I will be given to aid the local relief) works, making the attraction' worthy j of everybody's jupport, i i Make Your Gift An Electric Wh.ertin They Vary ne difference between a pugi'ilst and un Curopoan soldier is that the pile knows he ia baltliliB anil IE sum iof somilhinB irfore substantial than an Willit Hard to Pltlte Willlo.Beecllcr that frcrfdie Weta" hof fighl Jle ougUt to lit- tickl- ed to A Lasting Remembrance and ALWAYS appreciated III fixtures 1 _O lit our Big. Selling at. A OI I Removal Sale Do you Live out of the City COME TO THIS SALE. will reftiml railway fare up to on purchases of or proportionately lower on smaller purchases. The Leicester Electric Co. S. O. K. Beside Y. M. C. A. ;