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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1011. J'H'K LKTIHWIDGE DAILY HERALD fAUTO DRIVERS BEFORE BEAK Tobucooi, Cenftctlentry Dominion Bowl- ing Alley fj: TOOTING COM-, l MITTED FO'R TRIAL' He Beat ihe Battler KING GEORGE A FISTICWPATRON Acted as Referei''at Bouts oh Board Ship BUSCH GILBERTSON TO WRESTLE AT MAJESTIC CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON Deb. proof of the j popularity: always joyed with: hri' majesty, it Is stated that King George lias shown a keen j interest in-the .recent attomp-is to j deal a "death to boxing contests iu England. While serving'in the' fleet nothing afforded: hfin more pleasure than to lint up a comparatively thirty, dollars or a .routes! between Wo of'-tlie crew, and he often acted as referee, to these bouts. Even tqday.-the king, is very fond of a round With tho-gloves, and his miration'for the pugilistic art lias prompted him to have the Prince of Wales aiid Prince .Albert taught box-1 The'scene of the big wrestl- ing bout between Uuscii, and Gilbertson, scheduled to take place Christmas afternoon at ihe K. of P. hall, bus been shifted to the Majestic theatre instead. H is billed to take place' Immediately after the matinee-at I-3'- The bnut -.Jill be for two of three tall.-. A boxing prelim- inary is being arranged be- tween local-lads. SmoklliK will v> be in order so briiiB-yoiiT to- etc. WINNIPEG AND INTERNATIONAL St. Faul, Dec. Lew Drill, the st Paui catcher, and prime form in'the scl.emo to organize a contest at National Sporting Northern Baseball league, yester- thoroughly to enjoy !eut Out primitive contracts to 'ONE R.OUKD HOCi-A.'W. OTTAWA WANTS THE BIG BOUTS Thinks Championships Should bs Taken from Toronlo Year Ottawa, 0. A. A. C. will attempt 'to have the next Cana- dian boxing championships held 111 tills city, nt the Elgin street clubhouse.. One of. tlio. directors of tho chili gave the If tlioy were.suc- cessful with tho hosing classes now under way they would apply to haye the C. A. A. U, allow them to cpii- duot the nest championship honls.In this city. Ottawa has not had the 'uouts for some time, Toronto having- hmjB to them for the .last seven years, with boxing exhibitions in the. Queen pity, the .number.of club-3 now putting on it-is thought here that the C. A. A. U. may look favorable upon thq O. A. ,A. C. the fights now allow- A Man Had Both Legs Broken. He would give to go to the big Leap Year Ball 'In the K. i-.'of P. Christmas night, given by W. 0. Boldroan. TWO big for the of the Marathon two-step. Everybody Invited. Gents J1.00. Udlet free. Advt, OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL TODAY London, Dec. are the BATTLING NELSON LOSES TO HOOAN prospective magnates of'the .prop: >osecl pastime dug, and unless pliins-Jali: to Nelson. materialize, a six club league will be brought into the national agreement. the evenings entertainment and re- turned to .the-palace to practise some of tho blows he had seen in the con- iest. v Boxing, as a sport never had a supporter than the 1-ate King circle. Edward, ami it is irom his father that] The proposed .cities of the league his majesty. Inherits this inclination, jaro St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, fThe late king was once heard to say Winnipeg. Virgina and Superior, and tha't-ne would not give a to'-ss of a bi ton for a boy wJio was not able hands up" when the occasion scheme hope to' expand Ilia league to Doc. 23-One CHANCE'WILL QUIT NEXT YEAR New Hound Hasan '.was siVcn Hi popular dccisloii over :BnUlin, former lightweight ay nnpeg. ut with -ihese slx..poirits assured as a be- to glnner, those at of the demanded iL LOCAL BOWLERS TRIMMED BY THE RAYMOND TFAM an eight club affair before tlie be- giimins of 3913 (playing season. Sus- cess in Uiis undertaking undoubted- ly would bring about the disruption of it he present. Minneapolis-Wisconsin league, for that organizaltoii without ihiluili anci Superior, wpuld find the sailing rather rough. The local five pin howlers TOO GOOD journeyed 10" Raymond yesterday [ell easy victims to the team of that town According to mail advices received champion of the world. Sir a ten round at the Madison A. C. 'here last nlstit. .v cd in Toronto wpuld lOnd to nmko the results of association, and rugby foot- attendance less''than in former years., bail games played p.thls aEternooii: "________ First Division Astonviilii 1, Shemelil United 0; Blackburn Rovers 2, SmuhTland 2; Bury 1, Everton Liverpool ii, Old- ham Athletic 0; Manchester United 2, Uolton Wanderers 0; Middleboro '3f Manchestcrr City 1; Notts County Woolwich Arsenal 1; Preston N.ii'h EnO 2, >TfWc'astIe Unitetl 1; Sho H Walnesda" -1. West Bromwich Albion l; Tottenliam1 Hotspur.2, City Second Division Bnrnsley 2, Clapton Orient Will Leave -Chicago Cubs to Live Orange, Ranch in California Los Angelesi Dec. Chance manager of the Chicago Cute, lias'no in A hrMCD 1 Q manager of the. Chicago Cubs, as no BOMBARUiLK WbLLS lead the team, and Judg- VICTORY lns from vm'As he had Cropped here i-inddersfie'ld Town 1; Burnley Bombardier Wells, the Crrtiah heavy- weight, whose scheduled bout with I'ool This resign 'the manager- fonl ship at the expiration of his present 1; GHmsby Towii eiitl.Qf next County 3: Fulham 2, Notts Burning to auto haii better bo hc-udud if thu owiiery of tho carls do' not wieli to 'fiifii tlicmsolve.4 facing the beak some -fine nionilny. Yeatenlay 1C. M Carver and U. Mue-Luod, who was yiniS O. T, Lathrop's car, forgot looter, mitl as a 'rcsuU eaylc eyed cojt laid a eoinplainl. Mr. Carver pleaded iioi'-sullty this inonl- tlie ofllcer was not .iu his CHSO hold over 'till Tuesday. U. MacLeod pleaded guilty, but save as an excuse that his looter working. Tho fcadl consider ed a poor ony, and gave a dollar Hno wttli costs, which he said was to be taken more in the nature :of a, wurtijiig than a ponalty. Ernest hartendoi' at the Ar- lington, who was charged by C. Turn- with the theft of flO dQDo'sitecl witli the former for safe- keeping, this morning elected through his counsel, J. H. Palmej', to be given j ;liruliminary hearing rather than summary trial, which- was chosen on Thursday mornlilg when the case first came u-'. evidence of Detective ISgan and Sergeant Stl'liker, who "WGits pres- ent when the accused was searched, was. taken this .morning.. Jt; was brought out that the accused had five! :en dollar bills when .searched. After, .tiimniiig up the evidence. Magistrate Bull Considered that the prosecution' C.C. PAONUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. Alii.. CANADIAN PACIFIC EASTEKN CANADA LOW MOTJND-TRIP BATES Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces, Tickets on sale Dec. 1 io Dect, 31st, return within 31 Tickets issued in connection '.with1 Atlantic.Steamships will bo on sale- from Nov. IDtli to Dec. 31st, inclusive, and limited to five months from date liadhnade out a strong enough case to. 8taBdllrtl PirBt, warrant sending the accused up for CJllg8 Tourist Cars, Din- the next court of competent iuris'dictioiOv You.Queeny contract, .at Chance Tlio going down to defeat in three gamesjfrom Australia by-the steamship Mak- about pins. The locals were.) lira, the youth of Jimmy Clabby gave not at all surprised -.'or they expected..'him such an advantage over Arthur, defeat as the Raj-mom! alleys areJCripps Hi: their contest at .the Sydney not regulation whjch, of course recently that after beingj.vanccn mat l is "ruiui a'.handicap In favor of the Raymond; severely punished Cripps caused .'the) be completed (or tiic first oi team. The return match will be, towel to be thrown in from his corner played some time next-week: at the'at the conclusion of the fourteenth 2.SOO will be Dominion bowling alleys. j round. letes. Champion Jack Johnson was 'called off. Los AllgeieSl and he would rath; recently by'the authorities in London, 01. ovcrseo it -than engage in a hot has nddea another victory to his re- taselwn fight. cord having.decisively'defeated Fred. ln n fanning'bee with'Jim Jeffries Storbeck, the heavyweight "champion rjnipn and a number of South Africa." Storbeck hit the Chance said: canvas for good in. the eleventh round i is all'right, but really I ivheu Weli-s connected with one of his wouid not shed fears if I never saw powerful swings. it again. This-is tile, only country for a man to live with the Cups runs another'ycar, and I am plau- a valuable Q.. dosspp .2, BirmhlgTiam Hull City 3, Bristol City 0; Leeds City 2, Leicester Fosse 1; Coun- ty 2, Gainsboro Trinity 0. Southern League Swimlon Town 1, Brighton and Hove Albion 3: Bristol Hovers vs Stockport (Uy Hck.l 1; Brad- mo deiu- .Markiss, it's pleasant Wolver-j to know J- Tna.t boxiiig'is not at all brutal.; Quite: BO. t. Th'a-t down in .its .'eart gentle- manSi game And should spared such a U'i in men, of degrading. SEATS stadium ior the OlrmpU. nine to -pte: season. so far -ill-' But ttat' -u0.', Bh'lng baser vancoil Hiat it is certain Hint it will It will hlivn which reserved for the nth- ball much thought'.1' ATTELL VS. ALLEN 'AT EDMONTON Edmonton liiovement entry.''City 1; Mi; Leyton 1; Queen's-.- Park: "Rniigors 1, Coventry'City 2; Brentford 1, Crystal Palace Southampton 2, New Bromn- tou 0; Plymouth Argyle 1, Watford 1: Reading 1, Luton 3.- Scottish League Hibernians 1, Aberdeen I; Third Lanark ,0, Arnlriehonians 1'; Celtic 1, Kilm irnock 1 Clyde Hamilton Ac.demlol 1 Dundee Falltirk ts Glasgow Rangers 2 0 Hearts of m Moth- Pat- on the present tun. to raise Dec 22 Ihete is foot in hdmonton at ncl- Thistles 2 Pirl I a find and Ie5 St MiTren 2 lUith Roiors 0 ,i n iirt L.iat "appeals "'to'thfe Warily' jbring Abe city would be tell and Billi. to the iwtr fntuie llli expenshe undeitak this city in the iwir futu.e mis on 1 Ion would be a expenshe undeitak I 0 Str ing and ithe piomoteis could not hope ,g Q AlkjHll5 to make anMhmg out of it but it would I BithO Old Merchant have -the effect of showing a- certain .-.._ n vnnA IdllUl Curing 111 Effects Cigarette evils are mostly wrought by poor cigar- ettes. And the greatest remedy for these evils lies, in' the manufacture of .such cigarettes as 10 for 10 Cents more pure in. the form of tobacco could blend of smooth, sweet Virginia tobacco, selected from former. seasons' finest crops, and wrapped in delicate white paper that's all that goes into Black. Gat Gigarettes. And you get out of them more wholesome real smoke than you could ever imagine. You're probably paying the price of these cigarettes why, the poorer kinds? _ :ffi' At All Good Tobacconists CARKKKAS MAKCJANUS CIGABKTTES, Ltd., Natty Staff fnrsoim night liclorc the open i cheerful die in men, Uplift! tig, Instead But then When longhaira surround us and hold us in thrall, does THAT get us? ,Why, notb ins? at all. We know there's -good sense on 'the side of ihe sport, Bin good sense is not in high favor at court. We've argued that point, but the tin-one hasn't liudged, chanco have wo got when .the case is prejudged0 Hysterical. hunk has the dominant say And reason i-s. given n6 hand. in" the nlij put up our Ugh our hanks to t.hfi wall. What does THAT get us? Why, noth- ing -U -all lug Cars on all through tr alni. V Compartment, -.-Library, :.Qbservation Car Apply to nearest C. P. R. agent for full. information, or R.-G. Mc.N6lLL.IE, Calgary, Alta., District Passenger Agt., element in this cit> mat mo good box ers can put on a bout which is not n the least objectionable and is iu- .cresting throughout. A regular In- corporated boxing club is to be within the and a char; ter will be applied for. This organ! zation will have sole charge, ofv all boxing staged in Tdmon ion, and will tike care to leave a reasonable amount of time, bouts as is bunging to K-lroon ton men who aro matched Iimmj Potts is thinking senoush of taking up bis residence in thii OuUudc hll a long felt wint Potts liind m o bis hrodd pilin has been an instructor in Dr Cooke s del. unit the uucstion is jchool for the last ten seara and {this- knows his liusmess from A to Z Ho ,n vou u lo" lell this morning for Minneapolis and do vou gtl Mile hei fiom ilierp. will to to Pargo ivbeie ho It was a darlv, Seated on i divan fireplm in which burnoil inil rxst its IlicScniij, sin tlin sjioom ititurLS Oertrudc s-tid iberc is t iiupstion Hint long actois Tel1 m" H is i squeeze ..neets.KId Kussuch on the 20th fie to Edmonton after the new year. NO MORE AUTOS FORH JENNINGS Scranton Pi Dec No need not send inj nucab to take) me Hugh Jennings toll! Kis doctors and the members of. his fam- I lly today, when he was -being dress ea and .rigged out preparatory to SO; ing to his lesidence from he State where he has boon laid up since his auto went-over a'bridge at CouTdsboro on tlio night of Decem- ber 1. "Get a pair'of slow horses and "ill about do for mo thib t-rip." Mr. Jennings con-tiuued with his struetions. Jennings bus about recov from his injuries, and .will be around again as sound as'ever'In few weeks. Ills broken arm hap ty well sot the cuts and biuiscs on hli head haie cleat od iwa> and HP hag recovered entirely from the shock that followed hig being catantll over tho brldfeo In his automobile "llemcmhcr, no'w, a pair of slow, hoi'i more aiitpnibnllc's for lie Insisted 'when''ilibys were Uklng him home. If hopilessh gwmnl wis iikcu to T drj dunus citililish nunt vvoulil th gasoldi dii. oui .iid Uc oi the house, was tikmg i, liatll, wluin the telophonc rang. As bh n is the onU onc thire she riuick lipped on i hn of soap and ex- claimed "Jf the water runs will the hoard wall- 9 The Chinese prince did not unijnr- stind ill ol Ihe rial rstilc s-fgns but Knew what i I t ilicaiit lit Inch .broke 'a.-date wilh Mine Yardstick would. Decimeter? 'Why shouldn't Ireland rich when her capital Is always TOBACCO HABIT. pr MoTumutntobMHoniMdr Q O Q 4f ''31 LANGFORD AMD McVEY TO Together at- Sydney Day. After Christmas Sydney, X.S.W.. Dec. Sydney stadium; will he the scene of the next big heavy- weight Iratfie, when Langford md MA ei uc ir togeth 'er on under ill" of. Hugh losh The liout is a tnem affair, and the'men will enter the ring at ten. c-'ciqck "in tho morning. Jack Looter and Smith 1 have been matched '.o go 20 c TQilnds on Neis l igl Tit, ftticles Uf till for a weight limit of J pounds for Lester. Mclutoah will promote 4 WINTER EXCURSIONS TO SUMNY'. ;CALIFORNJA INCLUDING BERTH AND J1EALS Unusually low rales from-. 'SEATTLE: TO SAN ANO BACK ..........535.00 LOS ANOEIES AND 5ACK...............S3.SO DIEGO AND BACK............____ 57.00 SANTA BARBARA AND BACK........_ 50.00 REDOtiDO BEACH AND BACK........ 53.50 SAK PEDRO AND BACK.................. 53.50 10111 WINTCI m CAUFOIKIA Trnvnl by Sr.a on the. bie record-breakinsr cc-can tiasse'ncer-Heaaisbips "PRESIDENT" or "tjOVEBKQKj' SAILINGS FROM SEATTLE 9 P. M. Thursdays' 9 P. M. TucsdM-j DOM VICTORIA S M. Wodusdm Onr ne-.v free illustrated folder contains these low rates Write to day (pr a fiopy to NIBLOCK UL'U QHAIN CXCHAN6E ILPtt, CALQARV Q. W ANDREWS Q A, P D PAOIFIC COIST CO, 113 JAMEft ST. SEATTLE. WAtH- Kaufman Again Knufmin his heua in lolk withflyg Tom Konncdj is bring i touted is Hi real c hope Kenned) duelled [y Cutler Ini. otlict in New and stionid some cHss as a L TJQTJOR HABIT k, Omit tnd rpiMlctBlo Injvctionti, no pub- oi Umi buiinw., mil 7.y.r.. THE NEW MORRIS A. L. MORRIS, O. Box 580. 1. Prop. Phone 1155. PRETTrKST THLATRi: IX THE WKST Iligli Kolmtd ill THE FAMILY TIIIiATRK OF '11113 CITY anges and Fiulay. Wodnosdav TIH! Sal HI Aai 2 30. Grand 4-Piccc Ortjhestra. altMure ind comfort the ;