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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Monday, December 19.1910. LATEST NEWS WJNTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON sporting goods for cold weather will be what you'll want. Our stock is I'tplete with anything and everything you caii ask for and goods of all kinds lire Ar quality, the best made. NEW PUNCHING BAGS Hockey GAME AT TABEft Moderate Weather Precludes Possi- bility of !ce There Tonight we show would be envied by a Corbett or a Fitzsimnicns, Everything we now show in the sporting goods line is A'dvice has come from Taber superior make and sold at lowest tfce opening same of the district hoc-! THE HERALD'S Athletics >-p- J lie o key league, scheduled to take place Taber between tap team of %Q and .Letn- I bridge, fcave to be postponed on accoUQl of ice' betos none- J plays here Christmas after- The Ring Lacrosse Bowling Baseball Phone 1032 412 Fifth SL South Football OLD COUNTRY RESULTS" conditions and FRENCH CHAMPIONS MADE LESS THAN are favorable. Prospects Better at-Macleod. it is just possible Pincher may be able .to play at Macleod this even- ing. The ice at the enclosed rink tnere is said to be in fairly good con- dition. PINCHES TEAM EASY WINNERS j JIMMY ARCHER FOR THE COAST old-time Italian rival, for NOTES AND GOSSIP OF SQUARED RING Phil M-cGovern was whipped by Young Wagner in a ten round go at the Brooklyn A: C. the other night McGovern had the better of the eariv rounds, but Wagner regained his speea in the sixth and, in the tenth j had his opponent close to a knockout. Tony Caponi is fearful now that .he (Will lose an immediate chance to get-a return meeting with Hugo Kellv his vrtji WALKER IS GIVEN" A COOL RECEPTION Change in Sentiment it to Turning Professional E. Walker, tlie Olympic 100-me- ter champion, a few days ago arrived back at his home in Durban after an absence of two years in England. AC- eordmg to reports from the Cape I aid not meet with the reception he I imagined was in store for. him.' Prior to leaving for England' the last tiuio Walker made a statement tnat he would never turn Dio'Tessional and then it was known that he refused a bJg offer for a series of special rac- es against Donaldson. His; countrymen absolute belief in his. purity as an amateur.sportsman, and they did no! like it when he crossed the demarca- tion .line, more especially after his colors were lowered in. the English championship last summer: In. some parts of the world a man has to be very careful abo.ut his state- ments or they are bound to reflect on mm sooner or later. Was Paid in Salaries Cree First Division Liverpool 2, Sheffield United 0 Bury 2, Oldham Athletic 2. Notts 1." Sunderland i. Bristol City 2, Manchester Citv 1 .Sheffield Wednesday 0, Everton'2 Newcastle United '4, Notts Forest'' BEEN ABANDONED? N. L. U. Winners Montreal, Dec. The annual re- port of the National A._A. shows that Saturday, re-1 The Pincher ceived a walloppin team walked with all six games, j running up a iota! o: some nine hun-j dred pins over the invaders. Winter in California Coach- ing .Young Pitchers "N. Y., Dec. pair started a discussion as Reports From Montreal are to the Ef- fect-Holdout Cause is -1 Nationals in Wanderer Plsyers Willing to Return The showing of tie Le th bridge boys of Toronto, the crack catcher was extremely poor and not up Nationals, who gradua- tiieir usual mark. They complain of I ted into the big -leagues after serv- i I Nationals in an i to their merits and Tony is especially anxious to have the whole thing set- tled as soon as posible by another meeting; in the ring. Several match- makers are after the meetin lacrosse netted the- champions of the N. L. u. about- on the season just closed. receipts, an amount consistently _---- _y WcU making it difficult Buffalf) aQd shQ greater than anything in history of Montreal, Dec. it.-That the outlaw lacFOSse As the New Westmic- ftorouira 3. Bradford Citv leasue is an abandoned propo-j sier lam Hotspur 2, Blackburn is th? statement: this mornnng [charged _ I fw ftYlfik rtT _ oe in Ait- Middlesbo .-Tottenham _ _ ______iju Preston North End -i.' Oy one of tnose Principally identified- inp m search of Milito cup is up in the financial statement incurring a loss- of 5905, lacrosse i. -with -the proposal to form a team for [brought in actually less- than the Manchester United 2, Astoa Villa "0. tiie Montreal end recruited from approximately as the profits Second Division Wanderer players. i made by the champions. I Town i i In fact within twenty-four hours it f Tfae salary list for players -is com- 1 Chelsea expected that the whole J Paratirely not a heavy one. Nationals dISPUte as aw-I ttaid -fhpir nlavorc i-n -al? mt_ _ Demy County 2, Bolton Wanderers Pincher n be" asked to stand test on the Arcade alleys in the near resisted or he little about him Fred Gilmore, brother of Harry Gil- more now of-WInnip'eg. has been made i-e Chicago matehwaker for the Wind- sor Athletic. Club, of Windsor, Gnt.. other Eastern what "class" really j __ i j- v.4 UtOf it esiae io champion, and as rar -as speed is concerned for he will H8ver.be as good as when he showed his heels to the entire world at the London Stadium in- 1908. The Turf future, when the locals look for sweet Sing" down to second base, will not i of Chicago, as kspirant for revenge. M-aedonald, Danes; Jennings, and Nichols comprised the team here. eight rounds SHAMROCKS VS PAST'tMES end is Tonight at eight" o'clock the Sham- spend, his winter m Buffalo.'as has Pe, i. win meet at iii. po.unds at 3 o clock joeen his usual custom, b.ut put in December 21 i the months under salary in the salu- a 1 brious clime of California. I '-'Jimmy" has ceea in Buffalo about j _ a week, expects to stav here dur .AIexander CarT- 'leading actor in the ing the holidavs or at nrm" "f 2. jeerned will .be sett-led satisfactorily.! i Five "of last year's Wanderer-team Mn 2, Blackpoo' 1 G'aiusboro Trinity I, "wolverhamD-1 read-v to fajl 'nto line, Glass ion'Wanderers 3. [and Johnson still holding out. Anoth- Huli City 1, G-lossop 0 factor in the tangle, however, has Leeds Citr 2, Leicesfer Fosse 3 itself by offers for Mon- .StXiclcport County 2, Barnsley 2." Players the Ontario profes- Citv 0. Players in all IS.S30. This roeks and Pastimes bowl at s the heaviest charge against reve-lcade aueys at The other leading expenses were: until theatre from Equipment, allowance to risit- clubs, S1..7S6. totalled says there was i Bromwich Albion 3: Lincoln "clubs. But offers of-the J Southern League o largest That league-clubs are j The statement MWiW en re aQ5" seriousness, j-ment against exhibition games. experience of Ontario profession-1 exhibition game .w.Ji Toronto- here Ar-j.aMeages' have not been very I sure. an accident on Friday, be on the job tonight for an t ed r V rtas wer the salarv au Understood that brought the: club only and the during; the season, a. less than a-league'game even 'a tail-ender.. Pitre-' case last winter cost the Bill Lang, ih weight champior i giant, Chance has ordered. to report "to "him i tlle and by January Coach Young Twirlers Manager Chance has corralled less than a dfen young twirler, W P'n rf. V drSft fMm and CaW friends io me oig circuits, some {for many years. The champion s MELTON, GREATEST OF DER. BY WINNERS DEAD IN ENGLAND New -York, Dec. men here learned today of the death a few days ago itf England of- Melton, the most famo.us Derby winner of mod- ern times. Melton died at Westerham Hill stud, having reached the great age of 28 years. Melton was bred by the late Mar- quis of Hastings and won the Derby in 18S5 by a head from Paradox, the fascinating episodes of the English He also won the St. Leger and Both teams hare fee-en short of men Inan the expenses but. 't5le be ready--to hie -himself Vo "Frank! Absolutely no "ground for" illad an unbeaten record as aT-yelr- Ibovs -rXvL -T ranch-in California and take-! menc of'the that there wasjold- The match with 'Toronto drew the Of the of twirlers J After his 4-year-oId year, Melton senfc to come .back of the stage and have j chat .'with .me, heavy-1 Burns, the! 'went to England j oa the list, and others were hired from weeks ago in-search off Iots OH lfe9 recommendation stud and to ti but in 1S96' 8 years back to England and ever and that all arrangements were completed for his proposed trip to Citr 3. Norwich Citv i lo: ,-atv5, Mw- The latter is expected back first Irish League .Distillery 3; Bohemians 2 Linneld 3? CliftonviUe 0. .Gleatoran Berry Celtic 0. Shelbourne Belfast Celtic 0. A DECK OF CARDS A deck of cards -has many hearts But. never falls .in Jove: It has, I'm told, at times, cold hands That never wear a a-love- Although the deck is often 'cut, You never heajr it squeal: It ne'er complains, whene'er it A downright, shameful -deal. a card, a pencil you VvTii] never need at A hand of cards don't visit, ihoueh It sometimes gets a call: ZTo hold one's temper in a game Is very little use. For if you" pick a two-spot up sure to raise ine deuce. vvww f tor the National Association 5845, and hocfeev {have been signed II I fOTi "OCli aifellBU u.fj fj, n Ugli iViCjn-JM v uV "-1- TT'i-.t-n-.o vv tosh to- 'jneet-in a T Mttrpliy and Manager Chance intend to expects to be on the olh- T of developing these I !f: to, start work in the-mu- ,at nail, London, the latter part youngsters'..right away and keep.them of this month. Bombardier Wells, .ihe j busi" riSflt to the opening of English refused to sea.son.- If they have the real t fight Lang and Mclntosh substituted will "show it LVSU j tne snow disappears in since re- mained at the TvTesterham Kill stud. Melton sired Henry the First, Av- William Rufus, His Majesty, in and numerous other no-ted' racers, including, the wonderful Syson- by, bred by James R. Keene, and" who died years ago. sic halls there not latter than April of was bested by Jack .Redmond of Milwaukee in the Jim Stewart. jets IMPORTANT MEETING TOMORROW MIGHT OF CITY LEAGUE There vrill be a meeting of the city hockey league tomor- row evening- in the Dallas Ho- tel parlors at- seven There are several important questions to be discussed and every club is urged to have a representative present. The amateur question will be thor- oughly rehearsed. I PROVINCIAL BONSPIEL AT EDMONTO __ PROMISES TO BE A RECORD EVENT ued success. A strone: efforr of I! S Energetic Preparations Being Msde j "for the Seventh Annual 'Spie! AJierta Branch of the Rcya! -Caledonian Curling Hun- dred Curlers Expected to be Thirteen Sheets of Ice Available. T i suuvv msappears in this Vi j.uiiwa.u.A.ee in toe I and if they haven't, the tonerTi'I tattle at Akron. The first maae a- r, poor showing j discovered the greater the savng to I mmds were clearly draws, but af- jthe club. j ter'this Redmond had the advantage in every round escept the- eleventh, WQen Brock came back strong. In the twelfth both men were going at a furious gait and it -looked as if a knockout blow would be handed to-4 Brock. Redmond carried the fight to J Brock at all stages and landed .upper- i cut after uppercut with little trouble. made to have strong effort is representation your Christmas Wines and Liquors at Pagnuelo's A T T r f Sdmontoa. Dec. of Ed- T v T- f monton and Strathcona. and the gen- 'eral public of the Twin dries, look forward with expectancy- to the week. January when the seventh an-' jnual bocspiel of the Alberta Branch of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club j will be held on the rinks of the Gran- Very'irse stock SOMETHINO NEW AGAIN We are always receiving something new and our latest is- OLD. ORKNEY (DOUBLE 0) SCOTCH WHISKEY thnt will -undoubtedly prove a great favorite with This shipment comes direct from Messrs VcPonnAii r-1 T Proprietors of Storinness Distillery, Orkney 's'cotCd d" OLD OBKNEY US aQd to the pure water used in OLD.-.OSKXEY our we CCfWiNUELO Wine Spirit Co. Second Ave.S. Phone 543 The bonspiel _ Thirteen sheets of ice will be a.v- from I ailable for the bonspiel; -four at the, Winnipeg., and at. a westing of rick; six at the Capital City! executive committee 'of the Manitoba i rink' aild three at the Strathcona 1 branch, c-l the d fevr Entry Iorn3S and programs will ago, the secretary the branch -.vas I pe a-H curling clubs at an instructed io confer with the date and ma-v be had. by any. dent of the oiirling elubs with Iothers -wishing them on application to Henry Rogers Sons CUTLERY Sheffield, England Harry Lewis, the clever little Phil- adelphia fighter, who is one of the claimants of 'the welterweight cham- pionship title of this country, has just a -view to having representatives atjbonspiel secretaiT. John Dewar, to 1 been matched to fight two "important the Edmonton bonspiel. la addition w'llom all relative to'' 'ua-ttles abroad. Lewis arrived in Paris io representatives from Winnipeg should be addressed. All! Wlil1 manager, Al Lippe, ten days! is. expected that the curling clubs of j eEiries should be in the hands of the j Battleford. ?rir.ce Albert. Saskatoon i later than 8 p.m. Tues- and Humboidt in Saskatchewan as the draw for 'the be represented. British CnaHenge Cup will be made be represented by rinks from 'Golden jOn night, and any rink not and Fernie Clubs, both of which 01ade tlie required entry be- affiliated with the Alberta branch of-fnrs this necessarily have the Royal Caledonian Curling Club. jto be omitted. in bring to" the city from all parts of the province effort is also representation from to have committee room will be other B.C. at least a week prior to the T res as Craubrook. Nelson, Rossland, and here the secretan- and Columbia Verncn ana Revelsioke. Albena cities At least! and towns certain to be represented at j spiel are: Medicine i have their headquarters room wiH be kept opeTduring Our lines ol tke above makes are complete was immediately -signed up Tom Lancaster, the crack middle-weight, in a rairad bout at the Wagram Athletic club of Paris, on the night of Dec. 14 i His second fight will be with Jim Sul-j j livan, the new English middleweight I I champion, who beat Tom Thomas for 11 the title in a twenty ro.und bout at the National Sporting club of London, three weeks ago. Lewis and Sullivan will fight twenty rounds at the N. S.I C. the second week in January. (ably single fare return. For a week Camrose, Daygiancl, Hardisty, Vv7ain-' iri whar. rink I the ice. bonspiel at all hours. Draws will not oniy here but at ali ncipal hotels of the city as well! lackey and Abe Attell the rinks have -to play i a.re scheduled for a limited bout in j j ink an-d the number "or- tonight, it is doubtful if- held for the first time in Edmontoi [this year and the local committee ir- j charge have laid plans with a j to making .it -the biggest event of the [kind ever held West of Winnipeg Since the -organization of the, Alberta branch of the Royal Caledonian Curl ing Club in Calgary, January 23. 1904 the bonspiel has been held 'each yeai in Calgary. At Jast year's annual meeting it was decided that the sev- enth 'spiel should be held in Edmon- ton. The date for the opening of the bonapiel was set at the meeting of the .-executive at the Granite -Rink on Sat- urday, November 19, for Wednesday [January 18, and on the morning of this day the first stones will be sent .skipping over the ice. i .Since organisation meeting, no- tires have been sent to all clubs in the province and also to all other towns., tnttbe-province -where they are. any prospects "of forming chibs. The bonspiel- has aiso been advertised in and British Columbia. Letters 'in reply already received by John "Rae, the chairman of Hie advertisement, and printing committee, bespeak bonspiel win bejVcgreville, Vermilion, Fort Saskatehc-i The "representatives of Timp in VrlTrmnfrt, -CT'QT. ,1-r.J r j- T OL Athabasca Landing. In ad-! curling clubs in charge the local of prepara- they will be allowed come together. i I (iiriVin m T T-. Jii tiioijjic ui StSth Jo-a 7m ?dEOmou fOT Ae bonspiel are as foHows: Jotaa ?SSrposlfe Vep-LSSn presi Iiesemauoa- ident of the Albert" I 5ns intention of fighting a Ine four open trophies of the.bon-j R.C.C.C.; W. G. colored said: "If _ i vjr. spiel which may be competed for by j R j. McDonald. T. John-son, champion heavy- has definitely anno.unc again. The' the very 3 piece Carving Sets, in case 93.50.. to to 12 piece Fruit Set, pear! handles, in beautiful case. Price according to size of pearl in to price as Fish above. Fruit Sets. 28 pc., including berry spoons, cake knife and are: any rink entered Challenge, or Teteley Tea; Brewery and Bums'. The trophy is The Grand j Mariotr. uckett, j District J. Rae. J. Walsh G CIub 0? Paris win POSC i I will accept its offer of a match there McCauiey, J. Dewar, only to rinks which Capital C. 0 season. r.he winner of the Sam Langford- j Joe Jeanneatts battle." The offer re- ferred to was received in mail. j trophy Thorn Edmonton StrathcoDa is regarded as one of the most popul-! are lar -in the bonspiel. The solatjon Cup is open to rinJcs which have been defeated in the extra series or first draw of any two' of the first '.hree open events. in. addition to hese trophies there will be the Grand Aggregate, which goes to the rink of the as follows: Patrons Cross, Edmonton; C. gary. President, W. Strathcona. First president, M. c. C Club. greatest .number of games j J. Blair, Calgary Clnb n and individual he finance and committee, with M. Thorn as chairman Is now busy >reparing the lists and soliciting sub- for the enter- of visiting curlers are being made by the local clubs and no effort be spared that will make for the ccnrforc and conveniences of the visi- tors, who wiH have the freedom of the city during the w-eek of Battling Nelson, said, when he pass- through Chicago from San Fz-ancis- that Owen Moran has it on Peary. s or any of these other Sheppard, discoverers. The reason for this is vice-president, E. j because Moran discovered that Bat Maclean, Macleod- all says Bat, "bu't the H. R. Grant, did not count me out." Poor going on the stage for a couple of weeks now, and then go back to the Chaplain, Club. Secretary-treasurer, s. farm for a where he says he will recuperate and then get after Wolgast or Moran again. "Let some fellow knock me unconscious and let my seconds carry me out of the ring then I Trfll quit the .he Yes, he insists that he's human. Combination" Fruit and Fish Set. pearl handled, 54 pieces 1-2 doz. Fruit Knives in case Spreaders, ?4.50 1 -2 doz. Butter pearl handles- Sugar Shells and Knives, Butter JEWELER OLIVER BLK. ROUND ST, .1 ;