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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGESIX THE LBTHBRIDGiS DAtLT HK1ALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, FOOTIAM.L MATCH -'CHMIItMAt DAY tA game wlU plajrad it AteiM' Put at thirty ChriatWLi Baoralna, tetwetu TaWi Ore department and St Aairnrs fMtbtll club. DrtsHnj will be trortdexl In Si A a- drtw'a church iSflLf A3 GOOD'AS Ha DOCTOR'S OPINION OF THE VET; EfiAN PITCHER'S RE- .i--.'-- COVERY H. 20.-O3 Thurs- dav night tte fine cfv curling lint which has lecently been built, was. formally oueiied..wktn Mrs. Sheraocd; Htrschmer threw the fiist rocli down one of the five perleet shrcts. large Phladelphli, Dec. W. league pitcher, who unable Jto [0r ite "roarin1 IhLs play with .'the- leaai last season j -CUM of illEKJ. lett here last nlsht Tte cvfnt ol Ihc evening jvas a k v between the cast and west lor his home, at We.t.Kennebnni, Me. He plant .to Bpend the-winter on his (o for ib; beating ol tbe farm, and eipects to--join the Alh- two .commodious lounging rooms as He not accoapany the team oa the moD5Ti, although 4hey only won by trip.. ote point. ,v. Coombi1 pij-Eldan tiated yesterday Aj tte honspiel meets hfre, thai there was co rcaton why Coombs tne interest is keen this winter and iSoufd'not be as good a titcher neit tvtrytSic; augurs vrell ioi a success- year _at te erer -xif. "lul JOE tnoua- and doMar baseball player, aold by the Cincinnati Nationals to BrpeUyn Na- tlonala. He gets a: leu thouaand dol- lar bonus in connection with, hta trans- fer. Cup Holders Have :Np HoW- Outs Because They Pulled a Bone Ottawa, had rnoai of laai' year1! teu hor'tjuebec tali were tbb any. trouble.firooi j "ho'.aoula.11, truth of, the 'tbrw or down an la Quebec win have all the Iriuole jDcreaH. One of [i eiperieEced. by -Wande.-eri Tonimy Snlta, who and Canadlani. not thla teaaon, but maa dnrlnj tcaaoq aed thla neit winter nereln Mt Rioter illl eoBtuiid, Hall, forth: and Proigert ara ttlsB ''Tue Slanity .Cup- boldefs alarmed jlljjer money than playen 'at the maaner In which some of their In'lhe- letfae.> The raull K Quetwo :plavera JriiDptd to'.' coul a year haf'a' a: aiUry IUt two and ago. refused (o on the .thrw Qi'ouiaBl doltan higher than of a co'mrainlon to protect lipy other fwa in the'N H. A. ..rjext them from cJuos or ifajiiM teaioo lier will hare to eist Vr.d that grabhinj. players and" started Blsulni i, whtn'tbcy-will aoow the up men at eafly an last March. Dur. j pr oat" itowa loc tbe lattir part of the sumaer (hey.! CJpbb Became Great Ball Player Work Opinioh of Dan McQigirj, Head Vanderbilt Football Gjach V. Chief Johnaon, the Winn-baf o Alan pitiher 6! the "Cincinnati lelli many of hla first law monUis-in.ihe ;TJnUke most redskins in Chief icpreciafet Ub own elpenie' and tell a 'good story. He', tun't an '-fnerowinf. Broach like Myers of the C'tanta'or'Chief of ih> AtWeHci., :'l hadn't been 'with the Reds more an Indian who was with "the a feSow named Chief.'Johnson.- "You eiiouid bave seen his .eipres- sion when I myEeif fo him Give, Opinion of Cobt. .There are who are dai- to'aEseilTyCbbb. isn't BOXMI TINKER DIDN'T SHOW UP Indlanapolla; RoN manijM of the Brooklyn NJL- (ional leapje olib, waa hera toda'j for coofereoce ..TIth Tlnlsw, shortstop, b'ui: Uie'-latter did not u] rive.' Robtnaon 'iald le undecitood that Tinker had nit left Chicago, bill PORT ARTHUR .TIGHT'.ON Port Artanr, pBCDec. OHrer cilel'ot Police haya aaiwaeM tia't the Ijd op Port'Arthur aUovlaf a local min 'to' FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS, OUR STORES SHALL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCK THIS EVENING AND TOMORROW 1 cannot fay too much about iho fol- loKlpc trawls, i'vcr.vtiodv knons Ilinu as the heat ihai cau produced. Per in. Oofl'l Hiad Brand Bui1 Ale H60 Oos'i Head Ban'i Ale, tpllta...............'.. T......... 51.75 Dofl'a Head Brand Guinea's Stout, plnU (2.50 Deg't Brand Gulneu'a Stout, apllts Wm. India Pale Alt, Capauled, qua.-tt ..............J3.00 Win. DoWa India1 Pile Ale, Capauled, pint: E. U Drtwrr, X.X.X. Stoul, quarti 52.50 -E. L. Drtwry X.X.X. stout, plnta S1.50 G. C. Pagnuelp Wine Spirit Co. M3''--.' P. 01 BOX 628 '4C7 ind 404'Second Avenue South, Lelhbrldge, COLLAPSED DIED IN DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HOSPITAL Loooon. Dec. Bur- a boxer, died last nlcht alter a vlth George Free- at the Judeah -A.O. Bt- Unii jih'gii he fell unconscious. He removed bocpltal, -Where, lie. .died. Freeman had no't'struck BurroTS for somb "dcfore .the latter'S'collapse.' a naturally but that he has 'mideihlmseir what.Ke wprt-; .According! to 'a thip a couple ol.weita before 1 went siulhern Mich- into a diuc store In Cincinnati to'pcr- Upe for chase soai? H ed fiaEer.'- -Tke'cferi in' the store, dtnUf basehail .tej, atied'how' 1 i-iaiiH I- jrtn a ban- r ground I. .told, him I tad been a j-.todndtr thai glanced off a stoDe aad I tlruci -mi on the tack of the hand! VU .'v; You Play Balir- I l-So-yoa pUy.baU, do I IcaaSie; Coach .Dan' Gugin; of the' VaniErbHt U amotn :lhe anmbcf. .It aeemE liil McCutJn a [ancy to aid InritedTyrua' to .visit him at the .noiTenllf. ailer 'Vhe cloM of] tha major league Vai one hadn't BO he EOt-out hra uniform uii practiced >sftw Tork, Dec. Root, who was once one of ths the ring, but who DOW IE Ip ttea'rlcal belleyei IfcVe new "period Triicli; wJli '.de- velop .iXbeUer.elais or .toieri UJin. there Is' lodtvy. Root, who Is Without a Jj.emlih on bis1 IACO, (bat caullllower and mushroom noses are badges of Ircxlos InefncleticV. "A boxer who knows how to box "need r.oU'go (trmind battered face after .he Oo lo'nJMt aDT.'bMln'g dajs and you will reidllr .why the cauliflower and Je" EO abn-DdsnV on par t !cl pan ''The "BvecBse flgbter rf today'pajs- attenllDn-to'lie. sclea-" Hfic end', or box-ill'. AH IB to eci.ln close tad wbile With' I.TP rncls rnen-op'posed to eacb other soinebody'i tic bbtuid get -Tho Vetenc tola to'ir.little George1 DLton nted tp'catcb. the piracies of an with Ihe-Vanderljllt for if a .ur after- I a-isrled Ihe clerk, Oort of he was ao.aTi-ward aad !ooSed !'-I; rhiii--h1L It muat'haTe that even McGtgln himself had pill In the sun for you to in' his eleeve.. BOXING AND BASEBALL Nap UJole, !he dembiid ClovclanJ Is c-reillted pulling old one.- He Is Bald lo uave allccdrtl bojlng melch aiid let'go as follows: "Great "Do you kcov difference UeUcoii uoslng and baseualir1 'Hofer li-ied Id figure It paid compauldu. said Larry, "in baseball hit Ihem wllu the.bat, wlille In box- they hit Ibem'wlth tho nnil n-hen you gel hit baseball you're eafe, but If you get-: hit in' boxing; you're ouLJ' toc-3 case of Laa, ill rlaliL.' tddn'C let on'T Tas an Indiar.ano' left lite 'clerk talDJElng irai time tfcti laat sprlot When J.'Vas training with tie Wllte Sp'i In j CilifornU, out o[ Cobiitey'i fumU c-ao old ball ulayer bilk- Good Drop Kicker. Inside ot.a week Cobb drop-kicked fiir better than .aiy man (JerMJi I earn, and tliere. wtrc jorne Ticca McOugla .UiaL -hard grinding work I? made Cobb what he G3 m'e'oc the porch of the MB 1n bjisfball. 'Dan bclleres TJTUB quarter of an j would have raaJe'a'great gridiron stir 6r so'.he asked EOS K I bad met had'beep glvea'the.opportunity. THE LETHBR1DGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED opponent In his dlrerl. them Into reinlirked, ahoTitinow Tommy- RTU ftjo-Jded'' krocVonl-ptiBches'by fr-ftel'ctf. the head. 'And he dwell-qnithe tier- ernera "ot Kld'SrcCor la ruiri fellow and 5! abb I DC blcn 14 went by. these lews all" creal he E2id. tT-.o too. "This just -went to con- -Any 9" tbem tjine to the of nn Inch. i .'That-la wlnaf our prwonl troiera to" time How tnnnr of ttera are at all certara where glove will land .when they let It .And how'maDT-or. them .can Bvoli a bW1'by sUgbt noTement of tbe bend or "Bnf It1 will come de- 'Jjirrf Root. "Well ,have period'of flvhterr. AU i.Hme'lo SeTelop them.. We rnnirt lisl'orec-ticine.lbc Idem that slnrglnp la bbilnff. we do "IhTs. and thoieboya-wlla talent _we wilHnj. to nr.deiTO proper IralnicMon, we win experience a'reTlrftl "when science wi'a a more i-set In Lbe rlaf thw men brute force." After bottle of ALBERTA'S Beef. No how hard you have played, no rnatter how tired and hot you may be, a Bottle of "Alberta's will prove a reriyifier of lost energy-cooling, tlunt-quenching, tatUfying.: THE LETHBRI; G v BREWING Limited PJ4ONE 5S4 RUBE'S TROUBLES ARE NOT VET OVErl Rube yarqnard, pllcVer for the New Fork Olants and Iflossom Se'eley, j hii wife..with'whom he waa playing in A vaudeville sVetch at a mbsle. hall In Chicago list 'c-eek, was lutd for In" the municipal 'court the mo week. j Cohen IB lira. Marquard'e former iusliand, acco'dlng to hla attorney, Fred Lower.ilml, who declared that tbe present Bujt arises from a Bull for all-mllon of Ms.-wl'e'a' affections by Cohen against Varquard. "Cohen recovered a Judgment' of IjoveMbil.-' "Jfarhuard rilj him In caiV Mid rive hl the icame In home runt wllh an even and twen- (y-th-ee Rleo'a yeJir1? rocord- Chappejl of Mllwaulieo (later with the Chicago Americans) Ihe vlr- lual Icador of Ihe Wllers with ta S5 camel. have been selected at and sfiow trf have to haul pro- duoc, and doc V--v Oca Ml, i wipiit m4 b h clw, (m Mi "J k AM fa 4> W MM ml aj rf la. (fM COfKUJCrt KQAM Cnnndn Cement Company Lroted, Montreal ;