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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1010 THE l.ETHBRIDGE UAILY HERALD PAGE THREK HERALD SECTION year should eclipse last .year's record. The Lethbridgo Curling club has everything psady for a .laost success- fill season. "The ico lias been in good al-apo for-, the past .week, and many enthusiasts have already been busy getting into -shapo for tho -row busi- ness' of'rtho season. '-which opens 'on Christmas day with that hardy an- nual, the President aginst the Vice- Presiileiit." this is, a, match .between rinks eacli one. game, and is decided by Ulf .eaggregate.., score on each side. Skips ike requested to got in their entrii's'-not later tlmir9...0 on Christmas morning: There will- be uvo lif 'and the othei''at 2.30 p.m. Jlut the realov.ont which. Is calcu- lated to set things going with a hum Is the Patriotic. Bonspiel. This event will commence on Wednesday the 27th- instant. '-The first games will bo played at 5 p.m. and from that time till week the rink will be alive with' the fun. The wool: is open to all, whether members of Tho club provides rocks, all equipment needed is .a bioonl. Entries must bo made with .the s open o the Curling Club or .not. .The qualifi- cation is the payment of .or ic Dons honorary secretary, J. Jlarapch. phone 1342, or U. A. Smith, phone G43, not later than 10 a.m. on the 27th iust. The net proceeds will he handed over to the treasurer of the Leth- bridge Red Cross, and it is expected that refreshments, will be served the Indies of one ot the patriotic so- profits to go lor patriotic purposes. Everybody who enjoys good' snort should gel'busy at onco and get in this nuil the secretaries will be glad to give any one wishing to play, any information, and to pro- vide any rink-desiring it with a skip. So roll up witii your entries and help yourself to sonie fun and the Red Cross with your money. Local Competitions The local competitions will he started immediately after the Patrio- lei has been run through, wmoir WAS .XBAKLY LOST. :.v- V MADE IN CANADA inset is a picture of J. K. L. Uoss. who bought the vcattel for Canada. The plclui tho yacht "Winchester." inkl'ii when sue The City Basketball league for the Bwert cup won by tho "Y" team, which has just come to a close, was undoubtedly the most successful lea gue of its kind ever held in the 'City. The threu teams, the V.M.G.A., Grain Exchange and Knox, who finished i out tho league .were so evenly match- ed that ho team went on the floor in any game with the, anticipation of a "walk-away." This was brought about by the boys themselves, who, realiz- ing that they must make it close to iliose the teams ____ _____ Slayers in the evenly as possible, and as- keep up the interest, ci: i out of about twenty i sold during the Tall months in signed the names to them after. The captains were, for Link Duns- city, as BO1U (llllIilK L11C 'w'1 Jlllmlll.-, in l.t-iii------ bridge and throughout Southern Al- 5'ea-r. Every town berta, motor enthusiasts are already i association. beginning if talk Automobile for next season. During the winter Bert Tailing; Knox, caon s each rink mum .entry, and the only that; each rink shall restrictions .is resrcons .s contain tii'p green men or one lady and one green man. Prospects are for a large entry. Last year practically every business house' as association put in a rink, and this c o and all members arc notified that the Crows Nest District -Bonsplel will he held here on the lath of'January. Out- side entries promise to be both strong and numerous, and it behooves the local men to. get a. move'on if they want tu keep'the jewelry at home. was Only a few more hours to Ao your Christmas shopping early C Christmas wishes of prominent Wednesday nlglit's match, never in trouble. Would the fans like to see Hoss- and Cohen go the. limit? Foolish question No. 73. They, .would. Mayor Hanllc says he would like to be in the front row, but -wouldn't sanction the match Tho mayor wants to keep anything savoring of brutality out of the fight game in Lethbridgo He's right about it too a finish bout between the two boys wo.uld be_ one..grand r.e Mayor creain on the milk A. M. Grae mine. M. street car for .of. Sarii worth, _. -_. Wilt. Murray, and to each credit due to the manner in which they handled their respective teams. The 78th Battery were unfortunate, in losing most of their best players soon fter the league started and practic- Hy. after the first two games fell ut, defaulting the remaining games, 'he closing game of the league bo- ween the G. "X. and Knox was not ilaycd so that.only the "Y" have the nil nine games to their credit. The final standing was: Won J.ost Sth Battery.......... 1. For point getting it was a keen race etween B. Tailing, U Dlinsworlh, W. Muray, G. McKillop and A. Kane. In ieid "goals L. "Dunsworth was high vitli'Sli. G. McKillop with 30, Bert railing third with 2S. In foul goals i Tailing was first with Duus- vorth second with 33, Wilt. bird, with 28. On total poinib- D. Tailing was first with beating Dunsworth by one, who got 105; Murray .was third with SO. The south fans are not educated to lightweight' stuff yet., but .before many moons they will be, and'they -A real option on that-j will 'say it's the. greatest ever. Eddie iu. er on the White Sox to boast of an t of G McKillop, Geo. Mclvor, A. addition to -the family. A son and wife in. For effective guarding the names of G. McKillop, Geo. Mclvor, A. jtuuiuuu Lu .Lllc P. Davis, Archie, John Shand llorn to .Fred McMiiIlin bone in Cohen's Young dome. Tiie curleVs-r-Jack Frost to stay right on the job. Billy soft. Chief Hardy.r-Something to do. n. ,'Bi. hickory shirt and overalls. Kaiser -Bill; allies.- Everybody- I Franks' flash in the ring the other jnight was ;just-a' Letlibridge basketbnllers tertain tlie Cardston -tboys here next Friday night. It is up to' the people of Letlibridge to turn out for the game. A good crowd will be .great encouragement for the organization of a- South'ern .League. L listening-oar for the Jlerrv Xmas. Sergt, McKTnnou of''.the': isist js tho only representative., .the south. will have in 'the Calgary- Herald road race Monday. The sergeant _ good training. He has been recruit- tew Christmas stiggcs-'ing here for his battalion for the past t-lirnd .tnnlltns. frenzied last minute Here ar6 tions' for shopper: A pipe -line to Maplo Creek. Golf bags with unbreakable sticks. Eyebrow pencil sharpeners. Diamond-studded ankle braces for skateresse's. Soft answers for wrathful spouses. A- complete assortment of new ad- jectives. A. new color scheme for facial deco- ration', President. dove of peace Is n Ike Cohen has never been, knocked out Fans'who are peeved because Aoung Boss-didn't turn the tiick can take their change out of that. three months Tho curlers aro at it again. .Next week the big patriotic bonspicl is the feature. At present it looks. as if the 'spiel -would be a greater ,suc cess than and-tliaUs saying Jt. Someone suggests that the chicken show was a bird. Men .hsvo been linug for leas. So itself a.s the logical spot for lhf increase the enjoyment of the motor Ottawa, Dec. is abundantly With tluuusa-nds of automobiles, Thousands of fanners tiirousiiout frQm wlia, llas the I last row days that there can be no j peace uuiUtho full fruits in this in which we are th- the south will ho car owners should have au .____11 has .already t 'the pace. If Letlibridgo'and the I havToeen' ,vill follow, .suit, and risimisli'iri set towns around a iiinu lit iiniui and in proper repair would greatly At the present time most 01 the cars in the province arc owned in the south. The proportion is nearly 2 to 1. On Dec. there were Soil) motor curs in use in the province fan Then there are the roads to the parks, particularly to Watcrton Lakes National Park, which are in divided as follows: continual use during tvlllun itie Mi the summer Touring __ Excellency the D.uli'e of Devonshire at u Christmas banquet to returned soldiers in the Fleming Convalescent Home last night. "By the work oi those who'fight and those In authority in" the em- he'continued, "we shall be able to demand such terms of peace as will give us ample security and full reparation. It may bo a long timo be- fore we obtain this, hut no matter how long we will carry it through." The Governor-General the IS CENTS EACH TOOKE BROS. JLIMITED MAKERS MONTREAL Law Society Protests Political Appointments to Land Titles 'Office and Court House Roadster 299, Truck 151, Delivery 83 foregoing statement in replying to a Plain Speaking from New Zealand Del Drake lias qualified for the ball players' trap shooting club. In a shoot at.Findlay, 0., recently Drake carried off the high 'honors with his trusty gun. Eddie Collins is not the only play- _......... Massey, premier of New Zealand, speaking at said, "It is our duty to go oh .until the' uon-er of Germany" is lirckcn-and her armies -driven yfoacl; over their own border. Then will be the time for peace. I cannot speak with-any authority on the subject of President Wilson's note but.I would see. after what has taken place, that the president of the llnit- ed States be told firmly that we have on the war thus far without his assistance and so intend to carry it on to the end." Edmonton, Dec. Law So- ciety ot Alberta'placed itself on re- cord at the opening session of its sixth annual meeting, in the Edmonton court house yesterday "that the effi- cient administration of justice in Al- berta would bo promoted by the ap- lointuient -of a commission to. he appointments to tho legal and land titles following n discussion ot the patronage system with.particu- lar reference to these departments of the government. George B. O'Connor. K.C., had initiated the discussion- by proposing that ,tho appointment" ot legal and land titles officials should be made by an independent commis- sion, and charging that tlie staff at the- Edmonton court house had been in- creased 100 per cent, since the war that the pay roll of titles' office had been.increased 000 In one month; that officials had been forced to subscribe to a cam- paign fund; and that officials of years of. standing Sad been dismissed with- out cause. After a long discussion. AICX Stuart, K.C., offered tho resolu- tion which became'the finding of'thn Law Society, and which was accepted by Mr. O'Connor and carried practical- ly unanimously by the meeting against a motion made by H. A. Mackie call- ing for an independent commission for both dominion and provincial appoint ments and that merit and not political considerations should govern the-ap- pointments. others are worthy of mention. Angeles one' das'" last week. t must be remembered that in bas- cetbaH the guards play :as important apart as-any other member, although thoy-'do. not figure in the shooting very often. A guard's main duty Is to stop the other man-from malting joals, notUc, make them. Basketball in Letlibridge is Just getting going and a good turn-out1 of fa-ls has benu regular. The next big ga'je is. between. Letlibridso and 5ardston, Dec. 23th at the "Y" gym- nasium. Lethbrldge defeated Cards- ton on their own floor a week ago and expect .to repeat "the performance e. Everybody bo' out. was-the assessor all through m windows left open for ventilation, muscles. NEW TEAM-ADDED TO POLO TOURNEY. San Diego, Cal., Dec. Jor- midalf.e contender for polo honors was added unexpectedly to the vari: ous teams which will compete in the Coronado tourney, beginning January 1, with the announcement today that seven. North Island; aviators, all United Stales cavalry officers and tried players, have entered the lists. Tlie teani will composed of Cap- tain F. Lahm and Lieutenants Wil- liam A. Robertson, Vf.'Vf. Wynne, C. K Rhcanhardt, John Kenuard, Thorno. Deuel and W.. B. Peebles. Almost n. whole gymnasium is con- tained in chair in which a seat- ed person, by pulling straps over his shoulders, manipulates levers' and weights that exercise most of his Peter Luderus, father of First Baseman- Fred LudcrnS' of; the Plyl- lies, died-at his homo, in Milwaukee, oil November 27 at'Hlic "age of ITlve sons besides Fred and two daughters, survive the father. Curtis Walker, outfielder for the Southwestern University team at Tex., last year, has an- nounced that he has agreed to .play with tha Philadelphia American league teams this coming, season. Tiie cause, of temperance was elo- gnently promoted in the, official av- erages of the Pacific Coast League players, for it was tound that Coffey of Sail Francisco wound irti with a .223 niark_ arid Beer of Oakland hit only .045. Jap -Barbeau, according to reports from Milwaukee, will not be seen on tho ball field again, unless called in to tiuell a. riot He has secured a place as deputy sheriff in Milwaukee I ivill wear brass buttons and a CANADA NATIONAL SERVICE Act PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given under the authority of the "War Measures Act 1914 "Aat during the first wdek in January, 1917, an inventory wUl be ma4e by Ae Post Office Authorities, of every male between the ages of sixteen and five, residing in Canada. Service Caids and addressed envelopes for their return to Ottawa in the hands of all Postmasters for distribute amongst the required-to fill in such cards. Every male-person of the prescribed ages ed to fill m and return a card enclosed in an envelope within ten days- of its receipt. Any person who fails to" receive a card and envelope may obtain -the same upon application to the nearest Postmaster. ,15thDecember, 1916. V: Director GOD SAVE THE KINO. _, -A NATIONAL SERVICE-WEEK 1st to 7th JANUARY, Ready 'to Sign for Match With Carpentiei; Within Next Forty-eight Hours and w.....--.. star instead of the -monkey suit Jesse- Burkett can't keep out of j baseball After quitting the Eastern League he secured a position in a Worcester brass factory and an- nounced he was done with the game. And tho first thing they did was to] make him manager and coach ot the shop baseball league. I (.Tohn F.IcGraw not Jtnly New York, Dec. Darcy, Australian middleweight, arrived here today.after an adventurous voyage from the An- tipodes and will bo signjsd to meet Georges Carpentier, the French heavyweight, Jack billor, or Billy Mlske, within the next 24 hour? for his American ring debut. Darcy. who is accompanied, by G. J. O'Suliivan as manager and trainer, reported that he was ready to box any opponent selected to meet him after a period of train- ing. He "stated that he had kept in moderately good condition by working aboard ship. The Australian middleweight left' Newcastle, a stowaway latejin October .without saying any farewells, and his dis- appearance caused much wonder in Australian sporting circles. travelled .under: the name of Daw- Calgary. Dec. News Tele- gram says: It has only'been a lew D.unedin, N.Z., Dee. Ernest ShaeWeton, explorer, sailed today from Port Chalmers for the Antarctic on tsard his auxiliary in I an" effort to lescu- the memberi ot ;o -mice all the intaictic expedition marooned near fiom all Alheiti iowns to Frank, B. C., where the old hotel building had been converted into a comfortable home for tlie men. Now comes the information' that I this home l d oh the ground j that it is not sanitary, us well as" not being is safe as it should bo The 10 suit of this is the i esult of arranre I incut's being made to bring. all tlie 1 nicn back to Cnlgary and thdso who cannot lie accommodated here will be sent up to a hospital in Edmonton-. It 13 said that tho basement 01 the present Frank hospital is very damp ear KOSS oarnsi. There are 10 men in the party with the explorer will attempt to reach Captain Mackintosh and nine of the crew the Aurora Ihey hid ouh a scanty supply of provisions -nhen tlie Aurora broko away in u blii zaid 21 months ago leaving them stranded and nothing taen hoard, from them since., ing shakes as Is also the case when a hard wind blows i It seems too bad that a'ter having gone to all the expense of ntting up ional League to Harvard football, antrthe usxt day he ouV and denies it intpio nit stariine iiiir ho is in baseball for _ rad tint theie is little doubt but what gone to an- mo Uater is undaneaJi the foundations 1 the place tbit it must now be vacated Some of the boys say that when i but neveriheless such Is to aen 1 C P I! train pisses the build withill the neit two weeks say wans1- ban taken- off starting spring.draining .before March 1. .-He says it is necessary for.the success of the Giants .that they get started by tiio middle, of, February. '6ne can't believe anything lie hears at this time of the year.. A. dispatch is sent out from Cambridge that. Percy rHau'gliton will quit1 the Boston Braves and devote all his time to ing he is Ralph (Haul- ex-Boston Bravo. lei nei and so forth, is reported as being in trouble it II Paso Itx Ho is ic cused of i hand in i diamond robbery, though on 'his behalf it is claimed he is only a, sort'of innocent bystander. ____, M Two other' men are con- nected with Myers in the trouble. For 'Xmas Silver Plated and Other Finishes. Varied Assortment oi Sires. 50 Styles to Select From We sell ''Can't Freeze" for Kadifitors. Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOUMAN, MANAGER _ Tlie 191" Ford Touring Car The 1917 Ford Kunabout The 1017 Ford Oonpelet The 1917 Ford Sedan 0 B Ford, Ont FORD GARAGE 1232.THIRD AVC S, UETH8RIDGE ;