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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911 THK DAILY HERALD' PAGE THREE mm 'SPIEL CALEDONIAN SMOKER TONIGHT If you wiuit" to hoar "Tipper- ui'yV'.aiifl nil'Hie hi test notify, gm -A ticket tliR Callles' Tin? football fans and friondK it re having -A sociable ei'iMiiiif; ;tt the Ijubor.hull. Tiic ties! loiiul talent is engaged to r-ntortuin. Tickets may foo hod at tlio JiO mils admis- sion. tlio big nipht. Success Exceeds Expectations Another Big Turnout at Last Night NO CONTESTS ON TODAY Two days waS' laid nmvn us the length of liuration ''for the charity' the first arrangements j were made foi' the compel iUuii. Thn PLAYERS, PRESS AND PUBLIC SURPRISED AT APPOINTMENT OF CLASS B MANAGER Dec. the two days havt; pit'sssd, and the 'spiel is licit over anil two more days will i pass and it is very pntbahle tliat the Of plavets, press and public, I last stone will not'have, been east, '____ in the event llmt, haM Heiuj tow land lasl, >ear ever, -been staged ng l.eUibridRc. Wliatr is prolonging .the 'spiel1; pilot of ii fcatn in, .a class H.circuit, was today manager of the Chi- Nothing more nor less than its great American league hase'jall '.cluh.j success, which is KL-wlMig all tl, bi! ;l tatioiK The 'greatest factor iu the success of the "boiispicl Iws- in the 'number Foi'ly rinks is the exact showing iVe gauge greatly by in 19tfi. "Chit'ago'Taus never Iieanl oi' hut in baseball circles jU'iierally he well known, itcd )o tlie minor leagues, lie han com- heen very suL-ccssful, and-has, gained the respect of for BUCHANAN'S RED "YOUR Whisky" Scotch-Never Bettered A. Ripley to Go to Front parisoir Calfiiitv curling association the respect of mr Ins J mcmbLTS arranced a bonspiel this j ability to discern ami develop latent i week at tin-, same lime as tin: bou- I diamond talent. i hue nit a bhortagt, of patron Ihe new leader lift the rinks ni me his caiibotl d postponement lh- plajers ioi fnst managtnil (ub tinit, tint enti es were aboui tn close ii Vbeidtrn U iu 1 108 Then ri at wprc Itss than lor I h went to Iirksonulle 111 and U rinks entered Comparison speaks thin relumed ti Dubuipie Ii eloiiuentU foi Lclhbndp.t like i lie leinamed is p-rt tml mm hati oft to the nun wK m doing of the Ihice 1 Ipigue tint. H i the executive work tliat is responsible KinniiiK llie sfcarfc of bsi season for tlio success of. this worthy chariU In1- managed the Peoria icam iu. the Chicago, III., Dec. Mathewson may not pitch for the New York Giants again. After years of faithful service on the firing line, the master of the' "fade-away" will be rewarded. The reward is to be in the shape of a job as manager of the New York Yankees. This tip comes from New YorH, where Manager Mc- Graw refused to deny the report when pressed for inftrmatlon. D. 0. ROBLiN, TORONTO g-j Sole Atfent for Canadn Three I. taking ii from, last to second. able occasion. They are Messrs. John Mirnoch ClaiV and Tuit} links at t per j-mk will per force net the sum of ichar- nal ff the letireincnl ot mies I slioiild ieel sattsded with 11 allahan his led tht team loc Ihcrr "eflorts to hrln biichtaa the Ii ts tmpC seasons CilUhiii wi'l be ap 'position isbu his new dut IVM ies to move hen, from this monev will ilevoiecl in His arrival will be. the siR- pinposc The 1 ethbiiiUe curliu; r of borne need) ones tins julctidc the (iirhne; rink was anil spectators juglit Ilicic werr clost Barnes lie vas in thi- besi of-conditioTi-which suited the ex- perts to A nuch The hdies too found tht, ice niplit bettfr their liking, than ish and the excellence .playing was an outstanding feature. Here -are the '-scores Knos Cliuruh Shepherd, Dunlop1 and Kicc pointed to sonic .with tin business line jit announced hist lit "will be a' connected of the club I aoi that} to shoul- EIGHT CLUBS IN INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE TAXED APIECE FOR -NEXT YEAR oi the duties .now .falling to LiianuttP tionai Dec 18 order to the foil erf) oi liiucina kague F. Hamilton Hardieville Jas Rose A. t o Union. Bank lurMiam I -Vuto Co Arhnglon Hotel Hudson's Bay. Co. Conj Church i! Davidson Chinook 'A. ilabDonald Co: JjUmbei Co Git) Offices No Herald Hamilton International Hardest Metil Co Shepherd, Bunlop (leu .sonic Owner disposition of Kid' trleason (oqcli and aUiser to t allahan vis Wilf RO thrown the illi seisnn ic to not giun out hut it rumors hr gardlcss 01 t ich cljil) 'ni.feht U appointed oi the m tht league, he i ompeHe-tlto de- Ncw vmeucins Ihe shift m I I'osit MOUIW with Incident Binou vith th- appointment of meeung to bt held Jan Fddie Collins is captnn in pljjce ot PI udicalcs a in the field policy or the AMute KowHiwI MIS horn m Pattsviile Vvis and is 3-t old His pon- tract as Sox manager is foi. and the salw wis not 10 it was innouuccd last mphf llic in this uav Wl11 tie rmeigcnu umd ullic'1 Ul11 he llSPtl bolster up -mv one noiinced. Ahllei and Chas t of thi. St Louis and Gmcin I iiati Nationals, respectively, have made a joint bid for the Buffalo land, according to Harrow, their offer i sciil one considennL, ixisting tonditions the Huggms 1-ierzog proposition, ft is stated, is The Carnet -Ball leagtm is taking! SG'e' .ch hf J, made to President Stem, of Himalo, ho ull actept'tliL otier of the CARPET BALL shaiie. At a meeting ofrepresentatives of the A.O.P., Moose, Letter Carriers. S.0.13. and C.O.F.. 'liist in ilie C5t excellent autlionty tliat a fall the lub" yesterday aftenioon in clafih at the Peoyle's rink! AVe also have .it on just jis good auth- ority that not take a fall out of the Amiatlt, jesterday afternoon at People s nnk but, r-ather, that tlife game was a tie J to 2. The Bankers claim a 3-victory: These conflicting claims are the re- suit--of over a.shot on the goal-in .the, middle of Ufe 'couteat by the 'Bankers The Aquatic players claim> the puck did not sir-in. The Bankers claimed.-It did. ,Dbere were no customary nets in the goal, and no goal1, judges, whie-h state of affaira ia oiily too apt to lead to argument, and the argument that ensued has grmvn into'a cbntrovftrSj David Whitney, Jr.. was the and the sist of" his statement "to the the dispute was as fol- lows: 'That the Bankers scored the disputed goal to the best of "-his knowledge, 'out he was not abso- lutely certain; and that the Aquat- ic, club.continued to play after ihe 'with "the understanding that. frhi'ie they disputed the scoie in question, they -were unlllngr.tft allow it; and the victory belongs 'to the Bankers. CONTINUED KKOM FRONT 1'AOE t Mr. J. S. fluinly, for ulglit years as- islstalit postlnantor at Calgary, arrived j In the city tliit" niorni.iB to asmmiu i I diarse of thn irostoirico, iis acting- ixutiniialur (luring Mr. Itiplu.v's [soiico at tlio front. .Mr. llnmly In the post office service at Port Hope, j Out., for 28 years previous to coming [to Calgary, where lie won a warm place in the lienrtK or the public. The 'appointment of officers for the! Uiittery is la process of evolution. and word coiju'B from Calvary tliat tliey i Illrely be announced sliortly. j Tile 'Battery yuns were unloaded.] yesterday afternoon, and taken to 'Henderson Park, where they will be juseil for training purposes. The contractors are iuvaltins definite In- structions from. Ottawa, regarding the alterations to (he bui'idingH at the fair grounds, before proceeding to put them- in shape for the soldiers and horses. Major A. P. Deraeh of the depart- 1 inent of Militia, was 'in the city this! (Week, inspecting the grounds, and it j Is understood -that he has recommend-: ,ed them to the department. It is hinted' that there is a possi- bility that more iroops will he sta- I Mound here: j Noble Farm is Again to! Front With Fine Crop land too freely, and from what vou have told'me, I should judge the Glcichen men have had exactly the same experience as the man in ilbc Milk River valley did. He soured j I his own land and made it useless for j j irrigation or any other kind of farm-! j Or. vSliams pointed out that Prof.! _ j Shaw had been nils-quoted as to his island in regard to irrigation. Soinc- one'hail made the statement here that, Prof. Shaw was busy spreading the gospel of dry. farming, and that he did not approve of irrigation. "Prof. Shaw is a personal friend of said Williams, "and 1 can say from first hand knowledge that he' is in: favor of irrigation. The on- ly reason he doesn't boost it is be- cause he is too busy looking after i the dry (acinus in his territory. The irrigat'ionists take care oi them- selves." Prof. Shaw is the agricultur- j al director of the Great Northern railway, and is an authority on wes- tern problems. Dr. Williams thought that the far- mers m this district should have _irr rigationii-there was any way of get-{ ting it, no matter what the cost. When informed that they were asking the government to supply the water From the Old -Man- river, at' a cost, of an acre, and that they were endeavoring .to get year term-at 4 to.reimburse the government, he sai'd "They don't heed forty'years. If they get the wa- ter, they can pay for it easily in ten vears, out of their increased produc- tion. There.-is absolutely, no '.argu- ment against.irrigation." I MONDAY One of the many good ones to be seen j Monday is the latest episode of See the thrilling Express Train Chase and many other spectacular scenes 3 Other pig Features Also tKe popular Concert Orchestra 6 musicians 6 Knight Sugar Co. to Move Plant to Great F-alis hall, a-troiuniittee. was appoint-j ed to go into the mutter of BALTIMORE schedule. The coutmittee wiM report on January 8,'is hoped to atart tlie league on its way on January 15. There will he above-named teams entered, and a.strenuous winter campaign is on tap.' The committee IS 'THROUGH; SKEETER DFAL HELD UP Toionto Oui Det Vilnle baseball will undoubtedly bQ. more "or the. cou- th P In less affected next -suaspu by. ditions imposed bv the ir ternational league .looks forward to structed to put the floor or good veai said President hall in good -condition Tor the' series, i fcry of .the Toronto upon his re- "Before the mee'tinK: two ganiea of I turn from the league meeting in New carpet ball were pulled off the SOk He that the Barrow til Rice Ja Hose A, Co Di 1 Bhclbiiruc Co r> NOTHING DOING TODAY .-There will be no culling in the char- ity, bonppiclHodav- owing to pressure of .SatujrUay-'s. business duties of most of the Ihe competition he-copt-inned on Monday Milghl, _ thek- Jlrst to begin -at 6.30, Here is draw. Hamilton vs. H: B.-Co. Daudiri Metal is Jas RoseA. Co KiUhain Block Y; M. C-. A, vs. A. MacDonald Co, 8 M WinnBil pi Hamilton ,ind H 11 Co w'. Stewart Rfek. umfiers of PaMdson Metal Jab Rose A. Co W Cifj Oflice 2 Two sheets open lor scratch glines ft! 8 p in The'ice. will-be.- open this- evening scratch sjaiiirs >the nirnibeih of the issuing triumphantly -over a1 picked team by 11 to repeating tlie 8! dose at the expense of the Letter Gar- n ners 14 to S BOXERS TO GET PENSIONS London Club to. Give Weekly Sum to Winners of Beit Chief Shy on Control UavihR been arrested cliarged with bting (Inmk tllsorderlj It might lie remarked III passing that Chief In'dian Ivurler, doss not have tlie same control.on John-Uarley loru lint In or a baseball Brings Back Fond Memories Heading dhoht the European Han one redeeming feature llio namosidf Uio varloillf batties reminds snc of the innnlefieri 'thev used to i; uifr tbe ItanKtaltg In ihe good London Dec he Na uoiial Spoiling club 1ms passed a reao'iution granting pensions of a week, to all boxers who have won..a .Lonsdale'.belt'. ihP noiiRiniii into effect toi the present upon the chain pions reaching the age of nO" veare cuit, iu common with all "others." has seen Eft to adopt a policy of "retrench- ment, but he does not believe that the quality of the game' will suffer. President McCaffery made the poe: itive aiincunctment that the Baltimore International leaguers will leave that j field to the Baltimore-Federals exehi sively, the Oriole franchise having been transferred to Va, Committees" 'wore iippointed to deal 'tli the transfer of the Jersey City franchise to Syracuse Tuiii with the sale of ihe Buffalo club It apparently was a good match umrred ,by taking..the issue.too seri- Why not put a damper on the talkfest and arrange for another go. A. crowning feature of the same was and numerous feeders, tapping 000 acres of some of t-he richest. land in the United States, most of which is .under the Irrigation' ditch, and cap- able producing beets, was especi- ially gratifying- The- U. S. Govern- ment, under its elaborate reclamation projects, has redeemed those immense prairies, and dividing them into 40 and 60 acre units, has established .progressive farmers, .on these iittls farms, giving them 'the land and spreading the payment for the water right over a.'term of thirty years. The farmers 'are enthusiastic over an'd for a hundred miles F. 'Downer P.- Home T.-Tureotto t Bntlei C. .Butler Untie! uad .Managh "You must remember, however, continued Mr. Ellison, that Great Falls is ntit-tue only place that is Bankers puHinir, for the iactory. It is only Craig one Wife, numy cities' after the in- Harmon Iduslry.. There will be no new factpr- H SUeith :in the' United States foi Voraghan many., years to conie, owing to tin n the Bankers SHUGRUE-WHITE 'BOUT 'AT MADISON SQUARE IS POSTPONED TO DEC. 29 Chicago, .Dec.-.-' and doling TOP Sllugrue will "lot meet 'iork December Tne Madison Squire Garden jle'if, club of }ork has postponed SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON AND -EVENING AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) MOISPA3! Athletic Free tlio contest from that date to Dec- ember 29. Jimmy Johnston, .match- maker of the Gotham club yesterday Nate Lewis tn stage the contest at'the later rtate and asked ap- proval, 'which, quickly was given. The difference rof six 'days in': the time of the battle made a hit 'with' White, who is busy training for hts boirt1 withMinimy Mitrphy at Ken- oalia on Monday, for it gives him more time to train for Shugnie, who, every- body admits, is one of the toughest lightweights in the game. Feed Him to the An ejisteiMi fighter has started tliii boxing game by, handicapping himsejf; i the" name John- son." He is either shy of gray- mat- ter or has an awful grudge himself, Puot' Neutrality Severely Tested The prcHmimrV boxers oi York city say it IK difficult to remain neutral when the harkeeps refuse to set out grub other than aaURAgc, pickled .hOrrlng and English cheese. Cru IKUVUit) OI U1K KUUIU n ilo the collision Skeith and Tnr- the Palls, guarantees o! supptU colic-head on have been The game was "witnessed by a gal: ten of 2 people The teams lined lip'a sfo'ilcws; Aquatics ..'Goal Point Coicr Wl ig Miller antagonistic legislation of the I eft Vvmg Lewis ctatic administration. Sugar goes on the Aqiuttics. the free list-in 19JG, and ii- the .Dem- ocrats are not turned out of power it be a deadly blow lor many ot tho western American factories. Hut i we ieel that we are willing to take jibe chance, in view.of tlie small suc- cess we have attained in Canada. I have given the industry .a fair that we Jiave lullllled our utmost7 obligation, and follow- ing the principles oi .good. business, we arft'eoiwg: to and move .to a place'where we believe, .a sugar fac- tory can. be madei to pay a which .is the object1 (it. every business Tlie site will likely be selected this winter ;anrd tlie machinery moved'in 'Hie spring. The' conclusion ol the company created considerable .excite- ment here, anil, the decision is gener- ally dep'lbrpd. H will be a- serious blo'w .to Kaynipnd and -the. whole south. The "company .has maintained a large'-pay-roll, aiiil your correspond- ent underslandK that the employees have all'.been, giVen' thirty., days' no- tice of'dismissal. is a strong feeling, prevalent in the 'south that''> united "effort [shqnHl be nlade to induce :the. com- pany to. .and, give' the country aripther chance. men have advanced the jidca that, if the .Provincial.-.anil. Dp-' minion goycniments, the great rail- boards, of Uade, and citizens .as a' 'whole, were to bring their united influence to: bear on tlic cctiipariy, it' would have some weighl. >.Can tliis great industry, taken from her That', is' .the vital.Question. .Thete, is no time to lose. (Jur- American cous- ins arc shrewd alid alert, .and it is lo be hoped that a mighty effort will ARLINGTON HOTEL (European Plan) day and up. First Clan Grill in connection. Morrison A LeMard, Arlington Cite aid Grill A LA CARTE and Open from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Short Orders Our.'Specialty ion. Meal -Book 'for'M.OO LEO Gen. Manager of Good .Eal Ho Grade 11J. Skipping Song.Jessie, Jolmstone Soug Sand Man Grade Drill.. Senior Girls Selection Mandolin -Club Dialogue Christmas Wisifes Grade It. 'Solo Selected Miss LKeseth Dialogue. .Opening Speech Difficulty Grade i_'i! PROGRAMME Part II. Doll -Girls Cadet Drill.. .Hlgu "School Boys Mad Hatter's Party..Grade 1V4 Piano Solo Selected Mr. I.yoni Workshop II. Highland' Fling De la Bagpipes Avis Stacej', Thelma Npblea Were Singing Home Winifred Wallwork- Dnll Song Good night Grade I. ;Chorus, King George The School God Save the King.. Admission, 25c Children, 15c Beautiful Clu'istmas Cantata Ground the World With Santa Claus" By Wesley Bible School Wesley Hall, Tuesday, Dec. 22nd, 8 p.m., Santa Glaus on full rigged, ic greeted in Chorui, Song and Mutic by eeitumed performeri In Siberia, Japan, Holy Scotland, land, Ireland, and Canada, and leave them all happy. Every class of evsry department In It. iittlae and Fuuny Christmas Treats be dialribllted. Silver aiul at door. be made to head oB removal of ,he susEir.factory from Southein M- serta. or not such an effort would avail anv thmp; is problemal- cal, but. Uif prize Is worth the trial.' ..____________ Robert Stteie, a fanner luillg at Maple Hill, near WuHnrlon. Ont jeuson'a'crop by flro. RUBBER EXPORT STOPPED Oitana i hecn passed, adding raw rubber to the list of nrtlc'les prohihlted from during the war, and also pirtlj removing the with regard o the exportation of by al- of lowing Hi eiportailon to Italy to utifr ed corialgneea. A ;