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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBKlDGji DAILY HEiULP FRIDAY, DECEMBER 39, 1913 RECORDS BROKEN AT; Y. M. CAT LAST NIGHT Indoor Athletic Meet-Close' P. Stewart High Man First Night in Number of Points Recoids ivere husg up in ev- .fiordon Campbell's leam of Red3 will tcV.n-lilch bad an fsiabllsieil rei-orJ, slick up against E. J. McKenzle's j at the indoor neel. K. P. j Greens In a regular league game. The Eteirart n-IonlDg the ilrst alsbi's go (Greens won from the Keds last eight itli a ol 2oJ Stewart j 23-19. lii-1 are the results ol M. Dunsnortii lied In the run- uibi nigh jump a Jump ol t't rtcel a' list tor breaking the d; last.; _ yesj, teld bj1 G. CaiupbellVlth a Jump j Time "Standing Jumps oi. ML. IDIn. F. E. Pendle brpi; his A. Pendle, 23fL Sin.; K- P. Siewari, (asi year's record In '.he IS-Iool (27fi. P. K. Pend'.e, climb br over one second, Ihe ;M. Dunswortb, 26U. K.vB. Mc- clitno In ifjsf-, Tinning Ihe event Elyea, 25fL Harris. 2'llt lOrilu. over A. Pendle wllh 7 2-5sec. M. Dunt- TvoYtS broie the high klcilng record by a klcl; oi or.vl two of his tonipetllore Llolie the C'.IAT HUGBY BY THE "HUMAN I.livtd one of Iho Eame3 oj esresr ajilnjt the.-Tigers o[ HimHlon, In ft iettlmomal game played la TorontO- former record with othen Ufrd tis former record. Running High Jump A. Ppttdle, 4ft- K- P! Stew- art, tlL lOHln.; F. B. Pendle, III. SS'.l C. R. Goiiiiu. i, 'DunsVortS, tli. lOHIn.: H. B. Mc-El- yea, SSIn.; Harris, Elghteen-Foot Rope Climb A. F. E. Peadle, 3tec- A; 3in.; K. P. Stewart, Ih'e three stanjlns broia ]ump> and ilie pole vault eveotg had r.o cslabliEQ- eii' records previous to laEt DlgnL-H, JItllyea hung up Ihe Ilrst record 251L the three broad jirairs. K. P. Stewart tacklnj up tba i 7ft; SHIn.; P. B. Peddle. 7tt. pole" vault record 7iu HViln. H, cibdwiii, 51. Dunswortb, rhu syninaslum was well Tti. llitln.; McElyea, Ctt. tOln. fjilrf niti spectators. 6id an'inter-1 Pole Vault e'sUag prosraminc assures a Jarsa at-1; X. tc-iiiiice- (onlrlit.. TOM (yROURKE WOULD. PUT PORKY FLYNN UP AINST HIM' A. Pendle. K. P. Stew. Ji. B. ilcHyea, 111. Rosa ren- for deicd einrlent" service "as.otllclafs. A IX; P. Stewart, leature ot programme yrlll 22S; F. B. b'e'tie midnight biit.tb'all 205; H. B. C. H'. God- terJthe reenlaj evanls are run -cK. vie; 13JH; Harris, 103. i 1 S'cw York, Dec. O'Rouckr, (be Xat'cmal -SpDilins club ol has cabled Carpm- lier an ol "lor him to boi 1'orky Jan'- iuary 59. Morris, Stnilb, Pelkv, -Ro- ...deVDall.' and the the hcivj-1 'u-eight.1; have given Ppiky cnce'orer, saying htfis'too clever Ipr. them. to. make with. "J'Tlieretdre'.'MEnager O'Rourke concjud- lo induce (be Frencbman lo WILL SUPPORT CLUB The Tigers suppofi .the efforts o[ Ule Edmonbii-EaHlmos lo have the niRh'y rulea. Cor the- province amended the game llnei hu been done by the Quebec 'union. "The changevvIM speed up the -said There -II! ta loo 'much spesd. players to and IhafVirill be another. M'FARLAND GETS HARD JOLT 1V-P wr, hftc by the CommlMlon far ytir from Uklny pmrt tn any boxing cenlot (n thli for Callijrt to glvt a u tit- factory "pflrformancc'1 bcut with. Jick In on December B. On that occasion, lirgttt crowd that tvcr attjndW a boxing tourni- out and volctii dlupprov- tf NATIONAL VTHOTTING .'AISOCIA.- TlON MAKES IMPORTANT CHANGE. IN RULES ON RECORDS Mi tiling, have I" Boxpf Cigars; It's a Olirisluiiis np-- preciates. lie when he receives a Lox of Clear Havanas and every puff %-lirbring gralsful rememliTance of yo-or good ID boxes or.; 10 and 25, SOLD AT MOST SHOl'S. Manufactured in Cani'di'iTnVri l Mnijary cigar f K. 4; Coniiiaiiy, not vet on the. t. matter K-njiye- doubt- but thai.Tre-'jrlH1 give'our 4 supporlftb the proposed alter' atlon." i CMcsgo, Dw- IS.-HecorJ time in i tingle hul of a trotting race fill aot cocitituU a neir record if the hone dors not win the rare and will not aQecl (be horsc'c to aQ rules mata today by the Trotting- Asiocia- llcm liter two ond'wrelt in Febiuiry, ibi National apd !he' A'raeriKui u Chicago." i agreed that all ,'Gau ajfd penaltici stall be girsi to uj ieedj- drirers. the Smoker always appreciates We hire everyIhlng to OelbrM ud piease BraoVet. 1U !c glfi ytcfcagee anij boxes. PIPE RACK? TOBACCO JARS .LEATHER COUCHES AND BRIAR High class Havana Cigars and 50 Jujt Ihe thins for "Ilia." The Elite Cijgar Store Pirjrjr A PKprMtra Adjoining Bhcriun AD WOLCAST CLAIMS LIEHfWtlOHT TITLE Cjalmi Ovtrweijht and Has i. No Ugltlnjltt Claim r J 'Chlcaeo, Dec. the Invlncjble, hns pirtled a one. He claiming toe' llgMwelghl title l.y default In view of Willie Bltcble'i (allure' to nfake weljlil for Tonfmj- Jlurphr tn rVlcco, the of tne' eche'duled'20- rour.d bout Ad aiiertfi tual Ritchie won Uia title on a nuke and "uhlle In Isn't trying to like avay any of chle's liurcli, heitji he U tho logi- cal 133- 1 The Cadillac Dutcbmau came to the front with'this tUtement vesterday ariemoon aud he lie wrolo It himself on hla own typewriter, "I am dusting oil my letierheadi, and 1 an going to have a new batcb printed m-hloh stats' that 1 am" the J33- pound lltiehblder.. After beat a feir of tnese near boxers who arc crylLc for at the IIMe I am golug to give.' Ritchie another uilll. -He IB'one guy I am going to trim." CHOICEST CIGARS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR A BOX OF GOOD CIGARS, A HUMIDOR, lor keeping cigars or. tobacco, or A GOOD P'IPE: -BlUi amber or nilconUe item. We tare Uiero, In tho quality at R.-'W. WALLACE i Santa Glaus telegraphed that he' T.-I11 be at Ihe.litd Cross on Satur- day 1 to and on1. evening from. 7.30 to 9-30.; -Advt'.' i count rj- Basketball at the Y. M. a Al Tna..Green squad ol the Y31.C-A-. roved. it, was stipulated he .was lo Jotm A. ilerdlrr, the be given from the sum paid CJBcin- -the HM lor his release. Tinker.also slip- -I'lnkft deal was-'n'ot. pfbhmlsated tie- ulaled that ne a tliree cause no been1 recclred from years' contract, Tpria ialiBlacfory Hprmann thaf tnrrflpr mtinzafr -''V leagi Hermann thai fals lecn sold not'l- "li the bonus is really meant (oi .fied the Itague's deal me and the 'contracts salislactoiy, j------. L-----2..-.1J wjll (Q pjay.TVith said TirnVer. .uea: vnc aeal n-.e and Ihe .'Jcannot be approved I will teen hejrd (rom, Heydler'said, said Tlmter- KINO OEOROE NAViT PLUG CHEWING TOBACOp IN A CLAM fty'lTMLFI h fBiiMMa oJI otlieM in quality flatbur because m by wHch k W mtde diflers fion H it deH- iwef potHrriutm'g. MCT CfTT, TOBACCO MMuUctarers, QUEBEC Clan Mackenzie Matured Scotch Whisky We are juit in reedpt of a shipment ot VERY OLD AND VERT.FINE WHISKY FBOM f: MESSRS, G, R. MACJOENZIE, LTD Dlslilled entirely from (be fipea! Malt, it ranki ytrf... high in Ihe eilimalion erf tjx ftvocitt- eyery.where.-" .HERE're THE PRICE r CLAN MACKENZIE C1 CA .....PER CP D' I 117' O L ragnuelo Spirit to. I t r f t- ond Opera House r LI and Zo Mirth vr- fl Funny Glpwnis, Comedians, who will cause a furore of Ipugh'ter continu'piLisly Voting for the, (Gamival .Qjieeri is now in progress, Miss Marjorie First, and Miss Roxie 'Rodeback from Wards being the two oflficially nominated Other towns are invited to norri- inate the candidate :bf their Voting will, close at 1 0 p.m. Monday -nijght. From 1 lo 4 o'clock- .nnd sports for From 4 lo 7 nnd for youths and maidens from .12116 16-, of age.-'" From 8 lo (2 Funny no end to sidcsplilthifl Tha Exercises of Ilic.Iiltcl- ed Queen will also Ayf. held during Urn evening. TUESDAY, DEC. 23, Al 1 p.ni.-Yc Oltlc'J'juic Uiincc for Hie old folks who will render an iinjjrQinplu jirogrnm suilablc.for the jolly is nlso invited. Al 8 p.m., will be (lit gfcaicsl.'coiiiliina-, lion cf fun, iriiiglilcr, funny stories and cracking "jokcsjjlfttl cnn fw imagined A cordial invilalion is exleniled lo the good people of pur nciglilioriiig (owns mill 'arrangcmcnlB liave been made for llitir accqmm'oilrilion free.of Ihe of .the Carniysl, ._ conttmtladnj a rlait.wlll kindly fall on.or write to the execullve commijUe. VTMgtmenta vlll be to mttl all (rains and conduct all guests lo good rts-- hornn fhtt ire Mnf tfcrown open for the occasion. Ihe SI. Nicholas splril now flVul ma kc up your minds lha( your year of. ftljgue end toil you owe yourself jusl Uic rccrrnlioii Ihnt tlic JlRynioiul Carnival ofTcrs. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: O. F. URSENBACH MARK Y, CROXALL AMY; ALLEN W. EVANS, S. F. ;