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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta MGESDC THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1913 >ur Sheds of Ice Have Been 'repaired and Followers of the Roaiin' Game Are Assured a Splendid Day's Sport pleasure Frost, busy program has been planted the ISpys1-Division of the Y.M.C. for trVXmas. holidays. Almost every hour is sctedded. for some kind school league. oi tun torn Games at10.4, Wrdncsd vs. tson. vs. Sberloci. t school vs. Public at the Henderson LaSe the activities tie boys oi the town will largely TIUAN'GLB CLUB LEAGUES The Tiiane> clubs of the Boys' Di- center" the Y.M.O.A. Basket- Tjsioa will lorm three leagues to corn- ball, indoor baseball, swimming and pete in DasSetball and Indror Bast- iido'or trsci cients are included in. ball, these clubs are groups of ten the week's schedule. Seven dUTerent boys who meet .each week in the M- leajues will he in operation. The big angle room oi the Y.M.C.A. for the event will be the Inter-Sunday school ipurrc-f'ol Bible study and social indoor-'track "meet on New Vror's The following inter club com- petitions will be played off during the Dec. 26 and vs. Choc- 1 taws, Indoor, Baseball. Dec. 27 and 31 Tecumsebs vs. certainly reioiced hearts o! j The ie curlers, and there will be doings .cf school teams will I dav tomorrow at tha rini. The on Friday morning at 9.30> with TS Chi- nlHJ Intend 'to start early and a game between Hett- np a capacious appetite for.tur- ne'-leasne'is controlled by :y aad plum pudding. All four following- officers which were GOVERNOR J. K. executive o! Pennsylvania, ar.d cow head o) the National Baaebtll League at of IZ5.COO a'5 ear. M R a only wo- oasebftll -ihe major leaguejj. ttonal cl .the': meetlnj on Dec. J- S- Games to be played at 2 o'clock sharp. BOYS' SWIMMING HOURS There will be a daily swim tor Jun- Nw.Toric'jlistJ CHALLENGERS PURCHASE SEV- ERAL NOTED MOUNTS FOR' NEXT YEAR'S CONTEST- Whooping Cough It is a Being Let >VeddIe Anderson's, name ieets, of ice will ba in. good trim and ejected'at tie annual meeting broom and stane, backed by jjtb. Honorary president. Dr. _ _ rasny arm and clear judgment will P. P.; president, F. S. lore and .Intermediates at 3 p.m. great execution all day. Curling vice-president, .R. H. Dob-1 Special Juniors'will bave a; swim Ids (air to be" the premier winter son -.secretary-treasurer, IVm. Gray Monday, Wednesday and Friday at port- in'Lethbridse. and the rooteis Patrons, K. P. Stewart, J. E. Hodg- a.m.- uoV ior a Gne start Christmas. -5on, C. B. Branuow, F. C.. Jennings, Sips are urged to hand the names Canteen. :'ThS lolloiying sched- their rinks" to the secretary just- BjS been drawn up, beginning Fii- is soon cs they lead this dope, and a bunch of green, curlers 'to TS." Fleetwood, nm- ilace who promise to make tbem go pire, C. ome. vs. Gal- braith, umpire, vs." umpire, K: TS. nmpiret -R.; H. Dobson. 1 vs. Westmm- xterl -iiinpli'e', Cameron. Fiidiy-TCalbraUh-vs. Central, um- jirt.'t. S; Filmer. 1 tearn from.. Public Erhool, league .vs.. winning team in school Jeaiue. j at 9.30-a'.m.- heritage of a KentDckj mule Is lit lie DOCTOR was' elect ed; mayor of; day by-a rer 'A. f 5 be cimp., that Cor; added to the devoted band'of younger' bett's brothers hurthl m nther thAn brokers who have.accumulated helped him on account of the anxiety with-' over his welfare.'-- They had the oat number tor help'tha big brother .whole campjn a state of an to-box. .v I the" New Yorit, Dea. Lord Aihby Et- Ledgers determined to make another attempt to lift the tematlonal Polo Cup, the task of leering sultaMe mounts for the team waa entrusted to: W. Balding, -with the rwult that announcement ia made here of the purchase.of several pen- ies, and seventy, It is saJd, will be avalljtbla should they b'e needed. No! all of the purchases are for Lord SL but it Is -understood that he Vlll. have the pick of. those selected for different owners. Min'ora, by: Skedaddle, Is probably the most 'notable of the new Mood. mare, "Eye year's wii! bought lo- W. S. Bixs; mMter. Another; pony' owner by BuckinaiteT Is "-Meteor, winch will; be placed'ai 'the disposal 'of the Brltlih. team. "-1 For "Lord'St; Balding has secured two ponies at all It Wis said in the old dtyi that the Yukon hid t population because the Sheriffs back East could not shoot straight. Diw- son's population in 1898 was (hem planned to upset established authority. The whole story is told in "THE GREAT GOLD RUSH" W. H. P. Jarvis, Author of "Letters ofaRtmiUanceMan.'' The matt faU Me in print. "Tht txf 'rvtfsts' ff tnoJern k'avt ecfvpitd manjt tkf authtr. vvlumi fits line.tVofHrm. Tfiticcittjr if Alaita; tkt aftriluttjtf ''He strdittxtis, Itttir fkiltwpty, Iktir imlalify, ani tliiir Illf keipit'l. tarracts, the salvm, till liifk PLAY BASEBALL IN T. AMERICA TO WIN San FVancfscb, Dec. 24. Baseball u played'In. America is severely crit- icised or- of tie- Australian crloiel .recently- toured SMITH AND PELKEY Tommy Bums seems. confident of bis protege -winning decisively over the hard-hitting. their N'ew to all the, sporting authpfltict, he ceems the United States and- Canada. A to be mistaken In his idoas. Howevec, Sydney papeVcbntalnlng an interview with on the return'o! in one .way.' and the team' to Australia, has Just been the 1-ojy Tommy knows just-yhat h s style of boxing Is, .and; whether his J Three teams havp beta oicicd from the boys of the High, school to com-: ppte the. Uijii school league. :.Tbe fol- lowing Taptains -were'chosen i Millard Sherlock and Alex Robertson.-' Schedule' is as follows vs. Robisoo. vs. Robertson vs. .Sherlock. vs. Robisoa. rating should be. better'than It IR oon- tho Australian athlete The litter ii said to be one of the npted'sbow' ponies In Bas'eball in Aus-iins QnlcksllverL his What has hsppened cjiamplonship of the world, was due' the aisle' irother ifVeddle, to Freddie in thafomp of the: to came down tha Freddie "Stand npjmd slug with him, ;.JA-CK RECOGNIZED caved-an and paffed- and -sjiiaimed Jimmle.''i'As Youpg Corbett was'a around in everyknown .Unguase and terrlao slugger and Brltt :a clever It Sj to In most of the 1 boier, It-was thooght o{ French battles for Alter It is over Freddie 'goes to the boitag cham- baseball'ls over to becoina a big been r'layed by Mai or Barrett In many n bo diTOrced Irom ''-''In England. tne'spirit which, pervades its Ameri- can atmosphere." SHED AROUND IN MIGHT EFFULGENCE ;RAYS OF PROSPJERITY Leicester Electric Go. S.O.E.. Building, 10th Street, S. Royal College, Calgary Optnlnfl- WINTSR .TERM, Monday, 6th 1913 Book-ketplng, 'stctosraphy, Typewriting, Ac- ocal, Inttramenfal ond Theory. and Hljb School Preparation tor :linl- tad TMCbers. ladles' College Courses for gitls. French Colors, Leather Tolinj, 'etc. ANO PHYSICAL D.-air.idc' Art and Public Tar InfoTinatloii and, W.-KERBY. PRINCIPAL PH9NE 2111 CALGARY dqwn'aa carefully as': a derby, winner, bat'Jreddie' grabs tiie northeast and southwest ends' o! a towel an'd meek- ly..rubs his own hide.' -Jos Rivers once iad such a' brotheff. During all tie early part of his career Andy Rivers was abue'ed "something terrible." It Is safe to say that'Joe. Rivers has never hit any one in. the ring as hard as he larruped Brother Andy. More tb'aa once'Andy has been cracked up to'the extent that he had to go to hospital. On one momor- able Joe- laid his dear broth-; 'sclas.tical beak down on his Another faithful brother -always followed.ths.fortunes of, Fraakie. Con- ley. Franble tried .to make a fighter out. of Rrothftr" Art, tut Artie was predestined by Provideuce for a spar- licg partner. Trying to promote another brother from sparring partner to mtnager o' some of als commercial enterprises finally brought Conle-y to the verge of Jnanolal ruin. Another case.of brotherly devotion- o a fighter was the casa of rles and his brother Jack. Jack.not inly took all the worst thumps that were fo be distributed, but ho also :rought.tbo Jim -was. firmly convinced that Jack always brought, him good. luck. Wten he went into training for Jack Jorineon- ibe big teflow iiislsle J upon Jack com- ing homo from bis work In in Mexico to help train him. Jack also tried to be a fighter and seemed to have a lot of promlad un- (11 he got into Ihe ring a black named Jack Johnson, who didn't to be wbat the Indians call "good medicine" the Jeffries family. Jack Briltoa.also had a brother up- on whom bo practices his rough work. Sam WaKach and Phil Cross have always been the best of sparring partners for Leach Cross. Bit Nelson had a brother mmed Artie, who lingered for a time around his training camp. .Bui Artie was a high-brew and Bat stood In such awe.of blra. that he.ne-ver could bear to take a cracX at him. "o (be Battler sent' Mm through colleja In- Jim Corbett bad a coupln of b.'lth- era .who uflually.wdre -with hlra ii days :oS hla .career untHj they Of Irfed :nd It more profitable boilng lot strip Jphnswuof the say f" end It. YALE FOOTBALL.SCHEDULE New Haven, the Vaio football schedule vyill not be for- rnslly announced until 'after. January it-was learned tonight that games but.one have been tentativtty decided on. The. tchedule iinivereit'y of 'Maine, Wash- ington and Virfiinla, Col- gateV Brojvni" Princetbh and Harvard. ENGLISH FIGHTER-WINS; HIS Fl'RStjSCRAf HEPE New York, O'Nell of AmBrlcah- debut at tha night, Fred British. O'Nell Is.not'thD-hest-ftghter sent over from.. England, Is. clever and fights lines. O'Xell fought-Hal.sbirid, who was sub- stituted "I scorn a dram o' whusky puir, Since Red Seal's in my plaidie licht. I dinna mind the blawy muir, Tm sonsie, gin it's licht or jiicht." McAllister. BUCHANAN'S SCOTCH ERfvS a Scotch of a delic: antl mellow. You are safe in selecting Red if ypii want a true Scotch vhiskjr and character.. Fully reatui-eu for. in iherrr .casks.- So' exceilent Hed Seal, that its title Goverhrrienl Scotch whUky. Try it and tee, At Dealers, llijcls arul-Cafei. Order Red Seot D. Afcit lor TOUOSTO ;