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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER i THK LETH'B'RfiDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Charity Curling Competition Honors Won by Rink Composed of Miss Delia Pound, Norman Macleod, jr., L. A. Carley arid Chas. Carberry, Victory rf POLICE. ARREST 39 COCK FIGHTERS AT ft LONDON. ONT. __-_ London, Out., Dec. What is aliened to 'have been one at Hie biggest cock rights that ever took place In Canada, was pulled off in a Victoria street shack early this morning. The place wan raided by tho police and 39 men 'were arrest- ed. A dozen birds were tuken, others were already dead. Ail those arrested were let out on ball, and the affair will be air- ed in police court. ff remarkable and very popular vie- laid at least 75 per cent, of her stones torv ended the big charity bonspiel in the house. The youthful gladiator, of the 'Lethbrid'ga Curling association. Norman Macleod, who IB following The list of tho "stanes" were slipped in ills father's footsteps as a muster of over the ice laat night, and to Uie rink representing the Y.M.C.A., skip- Bed JJT Charles -Uarberry, belongs tho spoils: The "Y" rink defeated the Stewart rink, and then played off m the final match with tho Arlington Hotel, the latter having disposed of tha Davidson Metal Co. In the semi-wind- tip On paper, the winners were not con- earfc A-t that time the ers selected Hughey Jennings as the prospective o the shepherd 'ess flock TfBc imputation was TONIGHT The I'Jfjst Episode by far of Tho REMEMBER There is only one move episode. Episode is one Big Surprise from start to finish. MISS THIS Many Attractions Tonight iK.Day Special Matinees The Empire of Illusions Complete Story Featuring 200 Fropoh Rescrvistti WILL BE PERFUMED TONIGHT WITH PALMER'S EXCELLENT PER- FUMES SUPPLIED BY THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. STARLAND SKATING _ The People's Rink Across tl e Street from City Fire Hall "OREN- AFTERNOON AND EVENING. HOCKEY MATCH ARRANGED FOR '.XMAS AFTERNOON TO 3 O'CLOCK. WANDERERS A 1 TRL VL Montreal, Dei VN II V season vas opened 'here Saturday niglit when tin Wanderers in a char fcer.eftt garni. a fam of, i All Stars made ip ircm the lanks ot Lombard: Caiiadiens .and Qucbic In a ?core ot lid-to 3. The match m itself un Smith; Paul! g; ;'jhnri- nerp no penalties WAR CRICKET OAiWE HURT BY English Organizations. Embarrassed Jjondou mlnent Dec 22 of the. pro ofessional cricket clubs In HlllltiUL England show IB alarmleg financial balanced i stocked up as a well- iBiancen iva.ni throughout and wore nlai-ing' better hockey at the close of the contest than at the The plugging fight -o! Turcotte i Btart to finish and especially v, GOAL SUMMARY First Monaghan, Bankers, 5 ininutes. Monagllah, Bankers, 12' ininutes. Second Period ililler, Bankers, .5 minutes. Dovvncr, AijUatics, 12 minutes. Turcotte, Aquatics, 1-1 minutes. Third Perioil Butler, Aquatics, 0. minutes. Home, Aquatics, 12 rhinutes. Turcotte, Aquatics, 15 minutes. Horne, Aquatics, IS minutes. LOBERT FLIRTS- WITH FEDS Chicago, 111., Dec. Lobert, third baseman of the Philadelphia Na- tionals, arrived hero., today from St. Louis, and visited the office of Mas. Gilmore, president of'the Federal -lea- and "conferred with Gilmore wore1 and Phil. D. T. .Ball, vice-president of It was cx- of the con- deficit for the'Heason as a result of the dampei ivhith rtar put on the pporl after iugiist 1 fne Lancashire CruAw club witu i handed out, which is one HlllL'cition the first time m local hockey an i nals 4 pVriallj rpcordu has turned u Play, owing -to. artificial ice plant inatalled d. the i 'abll (o flnfsn its Hs't gs the St. Louis Federals, pected that before the "em The Best Bargain in Southern Alberta XMASJIAMPMS QfXhoice WINES LIQUORS Hamper No. 1 Contains 1 BOTTLE SCOTCH (McKenlie'f) 1 BOTTLE BRANDY (Jules Coaden) 1 BOTTLE TOM GIN (Barclay's) '1 BOTTLE GINGER WINE (Bernard's) 1 BOT. NATIVE PORT (Brljht S. 1 BOTTLE FINE OLD RYE. tt Bottles for Regular price oE No. 2 Contains 1 BOTTLE SCOTCH (Wllker't Kilmarnock) 1 BOTTLE BRANDY (Otard Dupy) BOTTLE SHERRY (Duff Gordon) 1 BOTTLE CHERRY WHISKEY (Van Der A.) 1 BOTTLE PORT (Santos Ramiro) 1 BOTTLE GINGER (Bernard's) 1 BOTTLE RYE Spec. Selected) 1 BOTTLE TOM GIN, (Barclay's) 1 BOTTLE RUM (Navy :Resfrye.) i) Bottles for Regular price of Herman Mayer SUCCESSOR TO REUTEH. 5th St Lethbridge. P. 203 Phone. 665 Order only a limited number' remalnt. throughout was surprisingly steady, 'fur-an opcnint game "Uanv changts were made in the 'line-up during the game, only, one man Joe Hall of Quc bee, playing with lie Vll Stars stay 'ing on the ice for the uliole time Alior.t spectators were present; FRENCH BIKE RIDERS KILLED; Dunkirk, France, Dec. Poluain who 'won the world's profesr sional bicycle sprint championship in 1905, -and Lapize, an Olympic games champion, and u widely know.n- professional rider, have been killed in action. Among those reported cap- tured hy the Germans are TrouselHer, :a" famous road rider; Brocco, day racer; Berthet, a former holder of the world's one-hour record, and Hourr Her, last" year's sprint champion. RIFLE CLUB PRACTICE The LeMibridge Ritlo cluli will prac-' tice as usual this evening in the basej ment of the Central school, out of members urged. bers a'sum sufficient to enable the or- irahization to finish the 1914 season free of debt The Hampshire County club, after beginning the year with a large sui plus finds itself at the end of the lea son with a deficit of 14600 Fxact fig ures are not available for-the other '.prominent clubs, but, it is known that pm suffered Beverely. season on gift ot S 500 from Lord Liltoid an en thusiastic follower ot ihe sport The cluh has decided to abandon the for the jei ano assess all mem SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered.) CHRISTMAS DAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING CITIZENS BAND Dcljstonil Building 1 Pa-It Spectators, Free I EMPRESS 1 THEATRE BEAUTIFUL TONIGHT A BIT OF HUMAN DRIFTWOOD 2 THE SEALED OASIS WHEN TIDE WAS RISING 1 SECOND SIGHT FABLES OF THE .MEMORIES OF JOEL............. FATHER'S SECOND TIME ON. EARTH.............. 1 REEL The MlMtrel. Entertaintr., in High ClMS Vaudeville. Concert The Empreis Manajement wlnh One und All A A HOT-TIME AT-THE-' SHERMAN THIS WEEK-END' T'liere'Il be a rhot tlfriff' town on- Christmas Saturday, when the famous .Columbia Minstrels cut loose with.their riot of fun, and the very roof of the Sh'erhian Theatre will almost raise, with the roars of; laughter which will greet their appear- ance. From the opening-chorus to the last line in the sketch which cloi- es the show, there la never a dull-'mo- I ment, Jiever a let-up to the. jollification. A iiuiutette of the funniest comedians ever listened to m Lethbrtdie, Trill present the avalanche of laughter, A Menagerie Let admittedly most ridiculous farce imaginable, there being a guaranteed laugh In ev- ery line. Tom and Jim par'ts of the baby and their antics are capable'of. producing one long scream. Imagine "petite" tendon.'Dec. ball association has decided. that no cup ties can be.ployed ,ur'midweek. '.They'must-be -played, on j Saturday, if a gate I8: to. be The Asspcla- tloii has. a'.so decided that the cup final cannot be played this season at the Crystal Palace. Wine Special Combinations BEER: 1 -'BOTTLE QM> PORT. 1 BOTTLE SCOTCH. NO. 2. 1 GALLON NIAGARA PORT. 50 I IMPERIAL QUART SCOTCH WHISKY. I N-a. s. 1 BOTTLE INVALID PORT. 25 I BOTTLK SHERRY. 1 BOTTLE BRANDY. Gal. Special Vintage Port., per gallon Hudson's Bay Co. CHANGEslNRUGBYRULJES_______________ I Ottawa; 'Dec. re- por- commendatiMS regarding nroposed tray the rol8g o( tllB ttnij tore changes .'in the 'playing rules were passed iiit, the meeting of t-he Inter- provincial FoOthall unira here Satiir- pne scream. imagine peuic dav afternoon..It resulted in the elec7'; uarro'wman m the character of a t'ib'ii of.'Vm. Grant of the Argos as soutbern debutante, and >ou president, a decision to support the j the last word m farcical bnr- request of the Quebec union for .Fifteen top notch singing rules commission', and the acceptance numbers, a.clever cartoonist jokes and of various suggestions for altera- minstrel "gags" galore, tuneful South in" the' Interprovincial code. Ow- ern, melodies, and a host of othei en- iiiB to the absence of Mr. Grant, who j joyablei features are also included in is at Salisbury Plains with the first th. programme, which is really llrst- contingen't; it'was arranreJ that Mr. j class in ever; respect Phil'Bbvd also of.the Argos, should Theatre-goers are urged to aiall in'hi's abst'iiic. themselves'o' this opportunity to add Eildio Phillips, the "retiring prcsi- a. finishing touch to the merriment of the chair. The presen- the holidays, for it Ttill decidedly tation -6J the annual "fcport 'Showed worth while Seats for all of the three that the Intcriiroyincia.l'had been sue- performances bj the ColumbiaWn cessful notwithstanding the fact that strels are now on sale at the Fram, It- is'' announced thai; qtiard is to pitch for _____ HaV a riilLUiUOV HJfeiiiH-, uuu Rube Mar- I for the big holiday matinee the Wants I Christmas Day, A worth) feature the trianis attraction is that a portion ot I relief work. AGNUEtO "WINE AND SPIRIT CO Largest Importers in Southern Alberta; always'on hand most comploio M.ock. Our goods are guaranteed to be ol' absolute Purity- and Genuine. Shipments made to all parts of the 'country. C .C PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. S HERMAN THEATRE ll Great Holiday Attraction XMAS DAY AND SATURDAY December 25 wA ,26 THE mmm MINSTRELS NCW COMPANY POPULAR PRICES Nights, 25c to 75c BARGAIN MATINEE XMA8 AND 50c SEATS NOW ON SALE AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. A .PORTION OF RECEIPTS WILL BE DONATED TO LO- CAL RELIEF WORK. PARTICULAR PROGRAMME r FOR EMPRESS PATRONS For today and tomorrow, the Em-T press is showing a special Yuletide; programme consisting of drama, com'-r vaudeville, and the best music obtainable "A Bit of Human wood' is the special two-reel feature picturing Low the man's weakness is j, submerged in Uie woman's and her sacrifice saves him In the. ensuing years the lesson taught hfmV bears fruit, and in maturity his Is a'. liable of giving light to the. Mind When at the height of found happiness lie finds that the sin of his youth has found him out, then comes The'7" rest of the programme in equal to any, ever shown, while the Sherrahs have, made a decided impression tor the good with Lethbrldge picture patrons.' This is a real holiday programme. TO REPLACE THE .Battleship Destined fer.Turkey1" Will Be Called by Her Nurne (New York An officer m the United States Navs, arrived yesteiday from London, via Boston, said that the rea- son the British Admiralty had held hack the news of the loss of the hat- tleship was that a new was soon lo be sent to Jon Admlra! .relllcoe'i North Sea fleet-in tho two that J were building in England for the, Turtlsh government, over by the Admiralty on August 4, nearly ready for sea She will IJ equipped and painted to rwEKenl lost warship as much u will bear her name The brielnn! was to call her the Erin. t ;