Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX THE LETHBItlDGE DAILT RKRALD MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, BOY It FAST CLIMBINQ TO TOP OF'LIGHTWEIQHT CLASS DfC. ABB ffltat made hec todar that ffillie Kit- ciue has iccepW terras for a niatca AIM IS MICHAEL D01UEIAS OF PHILA. BROKE ALL-PREVIOUS RE. CORDS -OF STRENGTH [es in Rugby Rules Will Greatly Aid the 1SAST f WORST OF II CHARLIE WHITE HAD MADE THE OF if IN A TIN- ROUND CONTMT XUvukee', Wii, Dee. TiiU OJ Chicago, by klllliaat hid a tha-Wttw ot- A4 Ca4ilUc, If rent texiic eactett fee Red beer. Dec. mote to a rule Ruroy Football union will make an- protecting the will bt other strong effcst to have thi play- ler ot koy t_ DIU awT. hi thi Volttri'M is'tte Up feat, wmUi aad Woljiil rtaj a Uvot- ;U la'lhe taUiif- Wl-IU woo 'his points >y landiig lUalfht Mt _____ notion w.ould .to; ud Dec. Is ineetlnj of tho Western Canada Rug- a route ai (a) a player iettlnt to tdrjntt'champion II 4B ___1 tk_ V.I I J_ 1.1. Blu4 _ Li i rules amended, at the: annual Philadelphia, Dec. Is meeting'of the Western Can: ....__ claimed to be a world's record for by Football union at Reglna of the ball In his own goal from.obmuij clow i.uaiteti at ftrtnsth tests made yesterdaj to'montb.-An attempt was made laalyefriraaiea'a loucbdown; fair catch or It critical Jutgmiot ol Michael Dwselaj a G-eek atbtcte by the drtesates of tba Albefta union, falriy held when the diltaare was eicelteat. is: tlw who Is a student'at the. University of but the eSoit was fruitleM. This or player, ot eilbw sldo having listh .did te worrlid. Pennsylvania when he roistered i 'be send two del- session of .It Is In touch In goal .or At tbe boat total of on the stand- maie a ftshl (or more com- player of the defending slcie kicks or to jam. confUfnee, and slowed super- ardtesting oacbbes In tho unlver-.mon-Eensa rules. _ 1 carries the ball across his lor cleyeraesi over his older oppoh- jymaaslum. I fJgEeslei changes are along bajl tine fnt. :br; H-'A. SIcKenzie, the parslrJl iho 1WM whlcb-have bsen-propo; witnessed the tests. de> by the Quebec union to-the Greek association'and call'for the abolition to tbe place where It wsi last plared lacVed steam, and he tlrfd rapidly, world, of the "two Bcriramigers: that before the ball was kicked, and there made scoring by kicks to the dead line be put into piay.aa.ll.U had net been HIGH CLASS CHOCOLATES I.M GIFT BOXES A SPLENDP ASSORTMENT OF CHOiCE AND PRICED RIGHT STOCK Our stock of. Confectionary you.-.' It is pure, and the price is tit? Buy your Xmas Fruit here. We nave always made specialty of having everything on the market in fruit and the btst to he THE INTERN ATONAL CAFE Ftflk Strttt VYUULT O TRIUMPHED OVER RAYMOND In this city on New Year's aiternoon, kis opponent" being Jimmy Duffy, tte local lishtweisbt, .who has been cleanins up all opponents In fiaUhed lllat' .lo -.tyle'Ior the past year. Duffy met.WUlie Btccbft on Tnes- The Greelt, earlier in the iav trtninr, and made a chopping Pennsylvania, and >hat -la aboilahed snd that the En. bloct' of the Gothamite. His display cJalari to be. new intfr-coJleslnle teni te adopted for geltinj In IS-last three lour.ds was a fine record, ot 1.771 Mlogvams........into play. They will one -and-he hid Beecher every thing Thls was almost equalled Thursday but out at tie soucd of the Konr. by Kenneth J3. Wthrtfrf, a freshman, Tte Hitchle-TJuBy battle' will ol registered kilograms, and stood, and yet give proper pro.ection ten roods' duration, the" llmiV tha G.-eeS.was Ep'orred oa to make an-, to'the-halt-back. lowed by the. New Yort boxing Uir." other trial yesterday. Miftltn, lODg nua i i osed In case the ball U kicked by the at-, fqljast was nqt the Wolgast o! tern tacking side it ib'ail be -brought out kept boring in, hut his blows itinn (n (hp nlarn wftiarA It IflKt Dlaved laCVtd steam, and blffhfc in thn nifjht in the DfO. 19. VooU's white i The line-iip ol the scnioc teams was ov-r the team as 'ollows centre; Wooltord, Scott, guards SIrrcer and i sys- tlcfeed. Should- it ke kicked acrois time, In .the siith however, he Southern Albeita Basketball showM.a Rash, ol' tbe form which lt _., made.hini cfcimpioii, anrj.he Kid the game ot the jtDc (orwards. some.change in tie. "thrteyard" rula msse oa the'sa-r that It -will be more.easily'under- not offending.' Crltlctin H In dlECUSS! KING FANS FROM :MANY POINTS WILL BE AT CRANBROOK Deo. Bob Nart, bozlnff promoter, haJ Merythlpg ready for. flftefn- taund boHaj contMt.lo bt here' on afternoon. Thta will -nndoubtedly. one vof the erer palled; off In clfr 'ol Great will Ms. Canadian and Ttalha 'middleweight ohampSonibjp title apdMt ManSal] of "mbfei Altai- Both men hare fffnVbt here and hare" betn well recetved. L ;-The boot wlircommenw it 3.3K. after the arrival of tbe pEsacaERr train! from eiat and As both enjoy splendid roputa- tlor.s ai boxe'ri, and on account 01 the holiday ceaioo, aid ccni -qnent reduced tares a large of from .varlo-is points alopg (Sow. Two cood preUmdnarlea will precede the main event Manager Johnston has -had the .jink In operation for a week "or .more, and whlla it. has' dlf- flcnit to hare of ke owing the ejctremely mi'? he hai" ffeyertheieM teen well patrojn; lieS. He has ylaced a rifle range jn- the' 'and' a 'torkey ihopt irtll be held pa Cbrictnu atter- DOOO. _ _ On a momenfj notice, without any The rule's were disguised at great Kv at tho gong. PENSIONED j BY UEAOUE Tort, Dec. National s little combination work -T-: to the splendid play in E of the guard sing the report of the sec-. League the recent meeting decided checking the adVances on the fort retary, bbjecllon >as" taken to- his Ip gire-Anson a penafqn of a Keither ol the" teams to.bav centre Ericson jelling s'trussb, the guards; Gordon and; 'formidable defense c.t forwards. tnanv Mcit- Spackman, of Stirling, it incic sere CAU. pujjct EatisfaCtlon. These two. teams meet again In ithe Electric theatre} Friday evening, ienith, but'when il cama_t6 the "mat-.criticism of the tactics adopted by tha. week aa long as he llvei; An Bon may dtar. eye lot tie cage, .cutting tho the Reslna meeUcg, have tbe un- At the InBlahce. ofr tbe Edmonton, offer him divided su-jport of the Alberta-, unon. delegates, fits part'e report was Chinfle "Three-Yard'Huje." j omitted, U being pointed oat that the BASEBALL; .CLAIMS.. It was Deacon White bro'JEbt up easterners were vleitors. and It would the Quettlon "ot the "three-yard rule.'' courtesy- not fo" crltlclie their ac- HB u abolished1 and a "fair tlons while FIFTEEN VICTIMS pec. constituted the tail in gwnes training Trhitevcr, Jud Po'.ey, the 6toh" a compromlEe re-elected; as tol- durinf "tha 1913 aiaaio, according to Dayton succeeded in boldini vis reached the' matter.-- The Robert.Pear- fjgurta compiled here Jack EUisoa to two lalls on Satatday tiOT IEEQ-. 'Thaf, In tho' opinion of SOD, vice presldenti Dr. Mason- seote- The report ihowa that the niiht at the Palace Theatre-In Card- the delegates preeent, thav-'present tarr-treasarer, J. deletatea: greatest was "In Chicago, >ton. Ellison was matched to box three-yard rule la very of'In- T. Edwarads, but the tatter was vs.-' able to. fill for tome added to, rather than.detracted Irom; thVllle ol the game- The-Raymond-second team; at the clon ot gainie, dereatcd the visitors In a fteip..' Intete'stlnj tilt that was 'In- to Western Canada three persons killed by be Roteft Pearson'1 and W. P. While.' niched ballal --T twelvo fbr the Tlctlmt were Wiled ACCEPTS THE 'CHALLENGE OF SUTTON New York, Dec. Hopca, tha talk-Una billiard champion ol the world, bas been challenged for the 1S.2'. diam. ,'onshlp George Sutton of Chicago. The challenge ivas ac- companied by ?250. Upon being noti- fied, Hoppfi accepted, and named Feb- 3 and- the Hotel Astor as the.' time and plsca for the contest.' Country Football -Pojey'does not .STfjirs IfT.'biit ahowed np strong against EJ- .the lightweights', vrere the .classi of the .'inVa fierce' mlH" all. the way 'ting.'Lately, the lit tie 'fellows? through. FWey got the first fall la fdlen" od and the 160-p6unders can show a good bunch." lliVe Gibtons, Jack Dillon, dabby, 'Sailor twelve minutes with hammerlock and head scissors- bold; Ellison won tha second fall eleven minutes with a. bead scissors and feathertoe bn minutes- tjme, fJnaily dCTroinj hlia with sey. Hirtce ttcn.Vejcept verse Nelson ajid catc'b hold: -The' Jimmy George Chip, Frank Klaus and Billy 'I'ipke nl it; look. him. twenty-serea !otm a-group second only tothemid- s- to' throw Uie third' ditweights oi tbe day of Jack KeUhell sma5hed the A'.. INDOOR MEET crowd roundly applauded Poiey Jor his into Prominence, there n'as been notb- abliity la -getting 'out of "tight holds.' much" doing. ago Is the lecond lime that Hll- eon and Foley hare met in the ring, and is Foley'j second de.'eaf, tut now ' 'f test he ha. cuceeedM'ln'ehowiag up U5htwelEhts., No' engagement for a are.four moxe erects to 'be run oB in the Indooi meet at the "Y. A. before the championships Harris, Bit. Jin. are decided, and the Armstrong shield Ryan, Tit. events ars: 180-yjrd------ eiid 260-yaid rims and two ewimminj enati, which will be decided onWed- nesd'ay. night. .Ha bet will he suMed'off In throe we'eis' time." Several years ago Tom McCafey' tried to interest the public in this class. The fans would not fall'for it, these local :acCisco, promoters believe centers in tbe-mid- die's. rraulti ace fol- ,-Frlday. OWS "1 J STANDING BROAD JUMP Points 41 F. E: Penile, 8ft. 7Jta......_.. M. Daniworth, S.It. ICJtn. 6Si Ryaa, 8It. ?lln. 58 FENCE VAULT 'A. 5lt. lia.................... .5 F. E. Ptndle, 5ft. 7Jia. 37 V. pUMwprth, Sit. 7Jta. Rfaa, stt. SHOT P.UT 'A. Penile, F..E. Peaiile, 81tt. M. Dannrortt, kin....... 321t. 6in.''..............'...... SPRINGBOARD H10H JUMP 'A. Pendle, efti.ajU. F. E. Pesdie, 6tt. M M. Dmnrortli, 7tt. lla.'...'...... 105 POTATO RACE, SPUDS A. Pendle, 1-3 -4-3 F.'B. Pendle; 1ft. 5in............. M. Dunswprth, lit. (in. Ryan, lit. 5 l-5in. ...1.............. I. RUNNING HIGH DIVE 100 F. E. Pendle, 5It. "4in: 76 220 YARDS, 11 Ryan; 67 Previous eight's score: K. P. 56 2531--A.-Pendlc F. E. 75 Pendle 226, M. Dunsworlh 226, H. B, 70 Mcllyea -197, C. R. Godwin, 74 Harris 109, :.l. 41' M 58 CHEW SUGAR TOBACCO NULLOW tlrt JUICY MimbetiirW trf BOCK CITY TOBACCO CO. III-! .NUYEN'S VERY FINMT LtSUIURS AND Tbe.Honae of NTJTENS CIE, -Bordeaux, France, was estab- lished In'liDi and are known the world ai the manufac- of Uw Finest ol In the French thsj-make only Very Beit." We la drawing attention to the following list of NUVEN'S AND CORDIALS and recommend them as the very finest that can be had. Per QL Bottle ANISETTE......'...................................... CURRACAO'Onngt in atone Jin, He pint; CREME DE MENTHE per pint CREME BE COCOA, ftr pint 7S .APRICOT SRANDY, Fins Champjjne w CHERRY BRANDY.........................., KUMMEL, Cryatallztd In Btttlea.................... il.H) HM SIROP DE GRENADINE KIRSCHENWAaSER in glis> boll'ei.................... 11.75 original mide by ths MopVt, Spiln, Per pint bot. Per Lltra. CHARTREUSE, Green CHARTREUSE, Yellow BHNEDICTINl fltm the ABBAYE DE FECAMP, ritnct ftr Pint tot fa Qt cot- BENEDICTINE II.M C. C Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Co. PHONE Ml. P.O. BOX 6M 407 and 409 SetenrJ Avenut South, Lcthbrldje, Alta Thet Spirit 6( Christmas Season here is common sense in selecting Gifts foiimefc It nititters not wfai age he may be, buy those things which will not only please him but will give It iMll only a pleasure for us to help you make a selection. New patterns, in.Men's Suits for the Holiday trade from Overcoats in tweed and plain blue and black 3Iel- tpnV, and'Beaver-Cloths, up. Fur and Fur-Lined Overcoats Suit Cases, uP; Fitted Bags up House Slippers, f1.00.up; House Coats uP. Dressing and Bath Robes, up. Then in small we show Neck-Wraps, Fancy Hosiery, Initialed Jlandkerchiefs, in Silk and Linen; Cpilaf Boxes; Fancy Sets, including Braces, Arm Bands, and Garters; Fancy Arm Bands Bo'xed; Travelling Sets; (Jluett Slurls in all the new-. eat patterns; Dr. Jaeger's Shirts, Underwear, Hos- iery, etc. ;f. Many other things that belong to a man's ward- robe tluit would speak well of the good 'taste and judgment of the giver. Our. entire store is now in Holiday Attire. Comb and sec. McKELVIE The "2 M's" McGUIRE Men's Outfitters Kirkham Block ;