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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PARTY OK FUL TRIP UUNTKKS KHOM K HAD SUCCESS- IK MOUNTAIN'S limiting party consisting Mil Mrs. tt. Smith and K. Tlvacll, SI' returned to the city after a suo- bunting trip at Moyie Lake, B. U. They succeeded in bagging Uvn deer, and'a black War, together with, flarf" j savs the country is alive I W'th'itaine II Biioiv had not been so I'civv ,-ma.thc weather so cold U.BI- would liave sucrac-ded in maun g n The parly, with their have net much to complain pi. rabbits were in evidence. The piHy oul ten days a" lived on what their guns fetched, to- selier witli fish which were abundant in the lake. RACES ALLOW NO BETTING ON CHICAGO Harrison He Will Take 3teps to Prev.nt Gambling If Horse Hacina If Re-established In Windy City Chicago. III.. Uec. that nn would be made to re-estati- Hsh horse racing in Chicago brought an announcement from .Mayor Harri- son today that 1! plans for a big derby wasting j-o furoilgh here, he will take Immediate steps to prevent -The'rt will be a material addition1 Jo the gambling sauad lit detective said the llayor. I understand that prompters of the tracks 'will prohibit gambling at the That means that gambling wll! be carried downtown, and 1 shall see to 11. that pool rooms are closely watched." HERALD PAGE THREE United 3, Bollon Wander- Showed Him Error of in Sign- ing Federal Contract FIRST DIVISION Anton Villa 3, Manchester United 3. Bradford City 5, Wcstbromwich Al- bions 0. Hurnley 2, Sheffield Wednesday i. Oldbani Athletic 2. Manchester City 2, Bradford 3. MiddlcsboruuBh 1, Blackburn Rov- "kcwcastle United 1, Notts County i Shcllield i "'Tottenham. Holspui's II, Hur.derlatid SECOND DIVISION Uarnsley 2, Leeds City 1. Blackpool 2, Kulliam 2. j Kansas Doc. Bristol City 2, Birmingham .1. I mh manager of tho Washington Am- lluddersiieliUown II, tlrlmshytown I erlcim baseball club, announced Leicester Kossv, Clapton Orient, that lie had siBncd V alter postponed. Johnson, star'-pitcher of the Preston Northern! 1, Derby i.-ounty toll Americans, to a throe-year, 'tract, and that Johnson would play 'Wolvcrhampton Wandrri-rs I. Stock- wlth Wauhington next season. 1 Johnson and Grlffitli reached then agreement after an conference. [The pitcher hap. signed for three years with his old team, am! will not go tiie Feds. ".Vfter a conference with Manager 1 Griffith and legal authorities, 1 am luecn's Park said.Johnson, "the option Jin my hint vear's contract with the Grit- I SKATING PEOPLE'S RINK WILL' BE MORNING, AFTERNOON AND EVENING. ICE IS RESERVED TILL a P.M. FOR HOCKEY. THE MANAGE- MENT REQUESTS ALL HOC- KEY PLAYERS TO MEET AT THE RINK TO ARKANG6.F.OR MATCHES FOR XMAS; ALSO FOR PRACTICE HOUHS. port Count) 1. LEAG15K OilliliRham Arsvle fr Cardiff City I. Northampton KouUiend Cnitoil 0, Millwall Ath- IdirB 0. Crystal PalaCviil, gcrs' LEE MAGEE TO MANAGE BROOKLYN FEDERAL CLUB Chicago. 111., Dec. Magee, former St Louis National league play- will manage the, Brooklyn Federal league team next season, according to an announcement. tonight n- v- Ward, president of the club. Magee had a successful record as SKATING Norwich Cit SCOTTISH LlvAOUE Aberdeen 3, Kilmarnock 0. Airdrieonians 0, Celtic 1. Ayr Cnitc-d 2, Dumbarton 1. Civdo 1, I'artick'Thistle 1. Hamilton Academicals 2, Dundee 0 Kalkirk 2, Motion 0. Quern's Park 0. Hearts i. Hibernians S. St. Mirreii 2. Itamrer% 5, Mutherwell 0. Raith Hovers 1, Third Lanark 1. 2. Washington 'ball club was .binding, i) Vestham Cnilcd 0. ;aiid I am to return ball club and fulfil my agree- ..ient nt the terms ottered me by that Johnson Listens to RMion Griffith wired Benjamin S. i-Jlincr, president of the Washington [baseball club, after the meeting, as is convinced our option U legal and signed with its' at our fig- manager said Johnson's new J j i contract called for1 a salary of la year for three years, all increase of I i over" his last season's contract. i Griffith said -Johnson would return 'to the Federal-league the bonus which Hammer Tinker of the Chicago nv UrrV i J Federals paid'him to sl.ifli a federal DOWN, BY HECK. In OoffeyviUe. Kan., on-De- ___L i comber 3. The .federal league con- tract called' for a salary of S16.000 a year. v-: EVERY AFTERNOON AND. EVENING AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) BAND TONIGHT THEY'LL SETTLE IT. TOMORROW AT SUN BQWLING_AT_Y. M. C. A. HERALD TEAM CHAMPS Thr, Herald defeated the Campbell, TVilscn .Home team last night, and put the series on ice. The Hi'rald their opponents a han- rticap of'3D plnl, 'but they 'wore In good form and .cleaned ..iiEjiMirtily In -each fiontiwt The Herald has made a'clean sjfeep of never losing a. sam6. ani they are now ia order to meet IBs -Boarding, club'in the post series..tor the championship. Tho Boarding club won the honors in the first, aeries. grand championship match will be played oH-on New Yflart day, and It will ba tilled as a headliner In the YjM.Oat .festivities of Out day. -Tiie-scorea last night: 170 Long 181 Buchanan ISO Take it from your Uncle Dudley, there's going to he a hot time _------__ the People's rink tomorrow The Banters and the Aouatic club are] goinp; to settle, their little argument iMnMlin NFW YORK YANKS i adjourned from -Friday afternoon's. bALt, INtW celehrated the coin handlers claimed a -I to 3 i victory over the Aquatic puck ehas- Kckstorm Building; Park. Athletic libition trip around the world a .yi ago. HANGING FIRE Spectators Free ON HOME STRETCH CHARITY BONSPIEL PORTLAND, charity bonspicl has reached y, W Be.t By 3 competition wii: be reached. Tomor- IS-Redder- row should see the final stage eater- Lto. w. aiid glared. The first contest commences at b.all Every Prosrammt the Entire will conUin 1 nrthlna but Blj Productionl. 1 will thlt long to bi remembered by all I who visit SUrland. J Starland TONIGHT Starland THRILLING RAILROAD STORY TOLD IN THE ENTIRE STORV OF PRECEDING EPISODES WILL BE SHOWN BEFORE EACH SHOW BIG COMEDY SPECIAL "TAXI 23" A STORM OF LAUGHTER EXCITING DETECTIVE STORY IN1VEP.SAL BOY A NOVELTY PICTURE YOU LIKE Starland WEDNESDAY Starland See The Million Dollar Mystery WILL ONLY BE ONE MORE EPISODE -THERE WILL ONLY BE ONE AFTER WEDNESDAY Starland FRIDAY Starland 2ND Or TERENCE O'ROURKE SERIES. The Empire of illusion STARi.AND CONCERT ORCHESTRA in: thc 1 "pacific draw is j I1UJU Ull ._ allow I Hockey leltue last night fle- ers but the latter refuse tt) Lick, Ind., Dec. tiations here between Ban Jolmson, tomorrow at eventide, start-! shoved in Wo.goals and gave the York America 1 American nroaeu off tonight without, an asree- ment, but probabh'Will be taken up in Chicaso next week. to announcement, Colone, Hilppert as. the highest ami! fastest display seen on local ice in aorae- time, tbe Te'rmiiials came back rush in. -the second period, hat d 607 Sraltai 114 Horne Jlcllveila.; 25 480 did not play. Bowllha_TonIght H3 134 15G 433 141 137 90 35 price lie would, pay an that onlyafter the serviced of a cer- tain manager, was with- hold 'had hedii obtained for the team. .Tohn'son tonight that he not. only would not meet the- price -offered-by Colonel Ruppert, but he could not guarantee that the manager would be obtained.. The schedule committee completed the playing arrangements for; 1915 to- day, but said that they would not he made public until ,a meeting-to be held In New York in February. at 7 o'clock.' Take a tip ret tbere from the drop of the lt: will be a.clash oi jcaircatchers and the ended the p. works will commence .without- cere-i f 8i to .score lioiiv' The ambulance .corps please on tne ranis eu _ rte.uciintp the .Portland net .to ?3- Co. torj, will bowl tonight. ha_TonIght and Dor-mi- KONEY. WILL STICK TQ FEDS St Paul, "llo.. Dec. 19.-rEd. KonBt-. chy will play first base for burg.FedB in 1915, 1916, and ana. will not return to the bairranks, lie announced after a conference with President Jas.' Gilmore of the Federal league.' on Hie -finsT period they cinched .the game. .with three-more goals. w'lLTSE. IS New York. NT. RELEASED Dec IVIltse, the veteran left-handed pitcn- er ot the.New Yorjc Nationals, has re- ceived :his unconditional release. Wiltae Is llkuly to manage Uie Syra- cuse-club in the International league 8 P. M. Winners of Hamilton and 1-1. B. eaontll for Rise and BarcuB to ber High _ for Rse an arcuB PL... SUd.un, That from the platterffl to tbe Sciool 1 HUE I Thursday High SCUM! 2 AC FOMtc School Saturday, Jmsianr High bUool 1 i E Public Behool -a.m. 1 fcach team is to consist of sev en men .li I utmu 2 The teams are to start to plsy on e with, then men that tuin up vs. Molldsy. December vs. Central. Tuesday, December Losers. I High school player, are to plaj i.on.one team only Will Seat 45000 Boston. Mass., Dec. One-storey cement stande, capable of seating ap- proximately 45000 spectators.-will be built at Boston National league club's new park in the Allstort die tnct -James, E. .Gaffney-.satd yeaterda) that the grounds would be constructed', after tho manner of-the Yale -bowl. American leagje club that the will be allowed fie use of Fenway eni-d Wednesday, Deuember vs.. Winners. Tluirsday, December or. Losers vs: Winner of Winners. 'Games start at 8.30 a.m. to last no longer ,park until the nen plant is reidj one hojr alH aie not to MILWAUKEE MAY GET 1 GIBBONS-CLABBV Minn Dec ceed seven innings the game reaches the time limit and fie inmnEs aie unei en the of the last complete taken will Gibbons returned to St Paul toaai and unnon uced that he had agreed to .meet Jimfin f before Tom Id'rswVctiriYiu Milwaukee on or about I lanuaiv '0 'I have accepted Andrcnl terms and he Is now trying to secure Clab by s signature to a vi of articles b-aid Gibbons today. "If the match is IcloBfd with Clabby to, thi> latter part 'of Tanuerv I will not box TOdle Me. GoorK Hudson on 18 1 blue Indrewl not to box until alter the Claboy affair Largest ImpoiteW in Southern Albnla, hand a most complete Oin goods aic "uaianteed lo of absolute Purity and Genuine. made" to all parts of Uie rountn C. t. PAGHUEwliETsPIRII CO, HYATT TO ST Pittsburg Pa Dei. LOUIS Hjatt elrtra fielder and nlnch hlttei uf the Pittoburg Vatlcna! leivgue r-ltib ior several seasons, was sold to the St louts National league club Tho sale Ivas for cash, the amount of wliirh was not announced and Irme to the oc casion just in lime to complicate tlie danger to hold tne back door awJlllt them until Alan Rwe from the platform totthe hgbt engine tifen forced to release it makes his own escape in leap under fire The brakeman 01 the social Wen' ov t'.e pistol .ipial- full spee ahead and the sDecial Hshts o' t ke a lack rabbit Trine s protests to fbe contrao notwithStanil ing __ BIG PROGRAMME FOR EMPRESS PATRONS Tonight and tomorrow pretty Lu cKle the Girl ot 5Iyster> illl make her eleventh aopearance at tlie Qnpresb theatre Lucille, wno hns endeaied herself in the hearts of the lowers of the silent dratna ft Lett bridge has several more thrilling and exciting adventures this week she makes a sensational encauo from tne Mexlca-is, and agjln si (needs in reaching San Francisco, ofllj to be balked and trapped liv her .Lou bouaue The Helpful StoterhOod another lamous rttftjjapa feature Is on tbls proErnmiiie picturing ,n a most startllne manner the many pitfall, confronting voung girl showing her final plunge into Bin and degradation, anil her redemp- tion The Sealed Oasis Is a startl ng melodrama of the desert "The. PiincUfe Proof Soik Alan" is a com edv This Ix a cyclone of laughs hat it would make a Montana blir CHERMAM jTHEATREll Great Holiday Attraction XMAS DAY AND SATURDAY December 25 aud 2fi THE COLUMBIA MINSTRELS NEW POPULAR PRICES Nights, 25c to 75c BARGAIN MATINEE XMAS AND 50c SEATS NOW ON SALE AT HEDUEY DRUG CO A PORTION OF RECEIPTS WILL BE DONATED TO LO- CAL RELIEF W.ORK sons hits mole reaHy funny novelties.'i Built, U'" tttr.ltv the most comedy "excruUatingly A. Menagerie Let ?ard look foc.Uh Boh Moha Milwaukee, Dec 19-The WIB consm hoimg commission todav elded that Bob Moha was not gul tv of an intentional foul in his bout with Mike Gibbons at Hudson WIs, re- centlj Moha was disqualified In the second round b Referee Duffy for fouling (Mbbons, and the Huanon box Ing club refuted to Mohn, his end of the At the hearing today the referee did not t.iat was lulltv o! a deliberate fou'i, and In a Jworn tutement MlXe Olbboni said tlie nine thing. Loose, form part of the programs offereJ these famous exponents op the art of black face minstrelsy Lov-; ers of good clean wholesome fna will -.iiraly themseUes of this op rartiinlty to add a finishing touch to he Ibstlvitles ol Christmas Dav The Columbia Ministrt.8 will sue a WK cial matinee on Chnatmaa Dav at 2 30- and will repeat their performance on Christmas night ami the follow inR night Uecemhet 26 Baav prices win; prd ail, 75 cents rcserung tha best jeats The advance sale of seats on: ens on Monday at the Bralik Hedlev Drug Co. The Snerrohs cc-loreu entertalnel _ will be heard lor the firtt lime in tho In melotK imwlc and mirth See and henr.them. COLUMBIA MINSTRELS HERE CHRISTMAS DAY Mnslc mirth and mlnstrelE-- will lit too Chrlitmaei bi.l of fure at the Slier man theatre on December 25 and b when the all stsi Columbia Mlnntrels will mine their appearance lyre HDIHERHDDQ ;