Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE THREE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1914 i Annual Curling Competition Won by Vice-president IBM GETS LETHBRIDGE COMPANY WINS CHAMPIONSHIP Lolllhrjdgo' company of the' 31st Dattnllon C.E.F., tiuartered, nt Calgary, are champions- of 'the canip In the good old -Bug lish fame ot soccer. "H" com- pany became champions a few days ago when they defeated "11" company by tho close score of 3 to 2. I This Information was given i STRENGTHENED to Hie Herald in a letter from I B old exponent of football, 'who ,de- Clares that tlio game was a Ottawa Dec. Ottawa Hoc- football classic In which the Sffi-S has put through in some years. As the result, Skcene Houan and bridge. Tho well-known Sandy Bau- neriiian was a leading light In the victory of the locals, and other prominent figures on the eleven were'A- Forgie, Bugler Roach and Private Bateman. Percy Lesueur, who have been fixtures In the capital for some time, left for Kirwto last .night and. will line up v in the their game against ihe Wanderers tonight. Uonau and csueur took their belongings away Irom the Ottawa dressing room, too. The Lesueur donl has been hanging fire for some time. He goes to the Ontario's in exchange tor Fred Lake UHl Tho Ontario's have the op- lion of giving tho Ottawa s SCOO or boalkeeper Sammy Hcbhert lor Kon- kn and have until next Tuesday to ccide. If Hebbert comes to Ottawa in will act I as understudy for ..Clint leanest. Ho wishes to roturn, and Senators tavo .informed owner ROBERT'S WIFE WILL EARN .ivlnestone that they would rather MUBY "u invc Hebbert than the cesh. President's rinks, .total .....'.........71 Vice-President's rinks, total 71 A mere margin of points wan nil that separated tho I'resiucnt's rinks from the VIcc-1'rcsiilcnl's nnka L. W. 0. Carbcrry.., 7 In the annual Christmas Day compc- jas. Aird....... 5 tltion at the local curling rink yes- .a.30. I' terday. H. It wan B red'hot BO. ibetween the pt. Marrs.......It two sides as the aggregate ol points. ir. Davidsoii... 5 hears ample evidence, bclitting the K.D. .JohnsQii.il day'- and the- occasion thereof. All hands wore Johnny on tho spot fifteen minutes ahead of time, in eag- erncss for the contest. Wxleniiiiit iJho Tiro scores tell tho tale President Vicc-l'rtsidrnt 11 O'CLOCK 11IUW J. F. iliiuiilton.. 7 John Ilrure ........10 H. Ilbyii .....'........17 H. DliAW !JV. J. Nelson J. Miinioch Geu. Staccy N, II 1'cat SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) CITIZENS BAND MONDAY NIGHT old-fashioned way, as only cur'lors know how; the gladiators repaired to Quoth Uush Scott of Hie president's warriors hold before the contests, as he looked up 'at tlie bulletin hoard, where the line-up ol tlie vice-iiresi- laiuiiR candy stroke 'o! 11 tlicy were on with hoot roar. f" f C1B1U'S It was about 1.30 when decisions without liiriiiiiK a ha were reached in ihe 11 o'clock draw, hct d be and President I, W. Clark's rinks' from the baby. I'll hu, Iwo-b.t total or points was .42, and Vicc-Pre- for the crowd n they hc.n iis. sidcnt J. F, Hamilton's rinks' total There II be a .crowd hail ins lne i was just two less. Pretty close sled- curling rmn tonight lor a ikotl ,jiI1B two-bit smoke. At 2.30 in the afternoon the final draw brought six rinks, and All sheets at the rurhns rink will il was on this occas'iou that the real be open tonight lor scrnlch panes, excitement in the competition was- Iloiv arc you coming lor the staged. Two of the conccst-s were dc- local competition Arc you in on it. ciilcd by only one point. Stalccy's vie- livery member of tlir club should hs tory over Davidson turned the balance in line for this cca'.f-'ssitio.': !iy in the vice-president's favor. day. It starts Mombv night. IUENOS AYRES NOW "HOME SWEET HOME" FOR JACK JOHNSON Buenos Ayres, Dec. .Tohii- HER OWN LIVING USUAL AS PER Clticago, Dec. episodes of their marital life in which she fig- ured as an abused person, wore re- lated today by lire.- Julia Fitzsim- wife of Robert Fitzsimmons, BUeClOS A) I pa, Jjcii. mQHS WHU 01 U on, the colored heavyweght Cham- champion heavyweight Ion Is ;glvlng. exhibitions He i pu njst m testifying iii her diror.ce as 'commenced training for his fight inst tllE former, king ol the ilth Jess Wlllardj which will be Held, March, either in Cuba or Mexico. IISM, m 5aW ohnaon will ramain In tho Argentina lemibllo -lor some1 time and plans to a series ot exhibition bouts, ohnson who left tue United States in account-ol white, eiave trouble, is vldently tired ot Pirll, whero he has CHRISTMAS DAV GAMES London, Dec. 3G.-FollowinB are .he results of scheduled league football A games played yesterday, Christmas Day, on the grounds oi the first nam- ed club FIRST DIVISION SHOW W.ITHI'N A SHOW AT THE EMPRESS Did yon see "Mr. Binisle's Melo-i drama" at the Empress yesterday? If not, ask some.one thai ea'w It. The lunulesL. three-reel feature ever prs Aston Villa 2 Blackburn Rovers 11 ducerl This picture is a Broadway, Tottenham star Mr. Dingle to see a j- show, and becomes stage struck, an United 2, Sunderland 5...-almost Incurable disease. He buys iccii J.UA UT i little theatrical he aye h y to is islng j his thinking of: making' Buenos 'Ayres his Jjermanent-honiB. IVEEGHMAN JPURN8 1 JOHNSON'S PALTRY, i MONEY Chicago, ill-.'' Dec.''. 2'4.-Charles WeeBhman, president of tho Chicago Federals, will refuse to accept the DOO returne'd fry Walter Johnson, ae- cordlni to JamesrA.'.GIlmore. presi- nent'ol.the Federal..league. Q-ilmore said ho had not (heard a. word trpm Johnson In' answer to his invitation to corns hero and.submit his contracts to Chicago lawyers.. BOSTON BRAVES LAND SHERWOOD -MAGEE "He used to go said Fitzsimmons, "and would he brought back intoxicated by some of his bcai tiliil friends." The day before their final scpara- tion in July, .1910, the wife said her1 claimed, "about his .drinking, and 1 hadn't been1 .speaking to. hiin_. beoaiisp he refused lo quit; so when .1. passed by the door he kicked me." Throats to shoot .her were .related b'y the witness, who said '.hat at var- ious times her .-husband ...pulled .per or grabbed tier throat, and sometimes threw bottles' at her. "I any she told the courtf "I always worked bc- foro. we wore married and have .had to since. I can do it still." Mrs. Fitzsimmo.ns asked permission to resume her maiden name oE Julia Gifford- No defense was offered and a dciault was entered. The'court .ordered ".the testimony written up. Before -becom- ing Mrs. in. 1905'the complainant was a .-professional- sing- Shenield Wednesday 2, Hotspur Burnley 0 West Bromwich Albion 2 show; hires actors Ever ton 1 Bradford Citv 1. Bradford 1, Oldhara Athletic I. Bolton Wanderers 0, Liverpool 1. Middlesbrough 1, Notts County 0. SECOND DIVISION Clapton Orient Barnslcy 2. Birmingham 1, Durv .0. .Hull Wolverhampjon Fpssc-. 1, 'Arsen'al f. ,'LiiXfolnLcjitV aV.Prestp'n'Nprthcnd 1 'lilbssou 6, Leeds .City. 3.'. Notts Forest Derby County 3. Grimsby To.wn-Bristol City, and Stockport.. County-Blackpool games postponed. from :heat] agency; and intends' playing the hero himself. After many rehearsals'they "dog" the show on a small town near Bingle's home.'.with the rcsu'it that p.f- :terfhe showTBingle is greeted wilh an 'ovation of over-ripe This is a riot of laughs! ...The Hearst-Sellg I Weekly is .is tlie f hewsieat ever sboiyn. Irist.LUinenl of '.'Lucille .of yeels. are Spectators Free MPRESQi IFUL BEATJTIFUL TONIGHT "Mr. Single's Melodrama" ALSO HEARST-SELIG WEEKLY. THE SH6RRAHS, hlflh Colorsd Entertainers In Fealuri Novelty Act. COMING MONDAY AND TUESDAY The 12lh Instalment of "Lucille the Girl of Mystery NEWSONGS CLEVER COMEDIANS LAUGHS GALORE Big Including the Big .Bcrleaque "A.Mcnageric.Let Loose" PRICES: 50c, 75c. and 50c PUGS INVADE NEW ORLEANS SOUTHERN LEAGUE .Plymouth.'A'rgjV 0. ham United 0. Watford 1, Exeter City 1. Gilling-hain 3, Norwich ..City 3. Uillwall Athletic Crystal'. Palace Portsmouth 0, Luton.Town 1, Northampton 1. Reading 3, Swindon Town 2. Bristol Rovers .1, Queen's dangers 3. Southend United-Croydon CommoBi Jostponed. real'1 more sensa- tions and awp-lnspifing. situations than any of tiiis.dVrles yet.shown. This an any o s is the last night 6f me sheniiun, Lilc famous colored 'cnteKairiers; positive- ly your last chah' man .with the'ruiiber T to see the man tfelv ed iri-the -first' part'of the programme, with n; Barrowma'n as--interlocutor; and the. Brothers Chapman and Lch Urown.- .as corner men, .and fun was bandied about fast and furinuc. The second part of the entertainment con- sisted of. solos: contributed-by H: Coop- Joseph. Simpson, 'Harry' Parsons and the'Chapmaii trio, together with a quartet.'The.comic var- Wholo Flock of BanUma In City- Philadelphia Dec 21 Sherwood Many Promoters.Also Magce the hard hitting outfielder 01 the Philadelphia National League rlub, iaep traded today to the Boston Na s New Orleans is being iivadsd by tionals for cash and some plajers IB1001J, The deal was pat through at a held in Nejr today W Pre flocks of fighters of..high and low de- club. flocks of figers o..ig a gree now that the game is dead la'.Cil- A wbolo flock bailtam- are In the city Including Young Pal Eddie Ap thur Simons and Chick Hayes Tom McCarey, the veteran UOB An- geles promoter, will-Ilnd lota.of oppo .when iho -invades New....Or- The promoters in tr southern iti uty have already pleasure at the prooosed intrueion of. outsiders and tnreaten to make the competition lively. ink ncm in i iicfent Baker of the Philadelphia club and Prcsidcat Jas Gafiney of the "lagee went to New York today and after the trade was cficcted by the two presidents the outfielder signed i ttto year with the Boston The amount of cash that figured in the deal was not announced The players the Philadelphia club will re- ceive from the Boston team will be selected at a meeting to bo h-.d in New nelt Monday by Baler Gaffncy and Manager Moran o! tha Philadelphia'club. j.v. Ttare been persistent Deports bei alloned The passes brought 00 in circulation since the ta.sehall sea each and the monei. acs a oicTiiorl fwn nf AiLlCl COARSE WORK The boxing commission of Wlflcon sin ered recently that the pro motors of a fight at Hudson jasuei linn 100. puisesr over the'inim i to be EDMONTON WON FROM CAi-GARY TEAM Chlnook-VIc Combination Put Up Stiff Argument in Edmonton Edmonton, Dec. Edmonton Hoctey. defeated .ft .combined team Ir'offl the Calgary Chlnboks..and Victorias-at. the. South Side rink tlua afternoon b7 a of 8 to 3 n e. game was. far from .being .one-Bidqd, .be visitors .putting, up .aostifl aren ment In the flrst .half, when ;.they.held ,ho hoine team to o two all score. In It was only the goal ceeplne of Charlie Reid turned aside a aw.arm ot shotq that kept the score so low The second half saw the Sdmonlpn team enjoying' thejadvanr tage more especiallj after Howard Dea was injured and six man hockey put Into effect This arrangement Bulled the locals.1 who had found the small rink made-.their ooni binallon play almost out of tlie qucs: an agreement with them, signed two I Grand Circuit Racing Rules Undergo Drastic Change Cleveland Dec chang cs in the rules which govern racing on the Grand circuit were agreed on J meeting of the rules cormnittc- hcrc yesterday afternoon The rccom mcndntions mil be presented for don finmtion tor the stewaids of tho grind circuit at then annual mcrlmg In Jlnuary in Detnvt First 5 proposed that the grand circuit-shall have Charge of the judg- es Btund In order to ellminiU; all trifling -with tho present race record rule the coiunilUco rciniesls that the parent racing issociation'i >hall amend tne win nee. record to give the judges of a race the power to Inflict nn eliRi bihty record on a hor'c which wins a but dbes not win "i- pro udmp the ]iidRCS bclmc that the driver! intehtlonally lost the race LntriBs to all races wjll be llnMtcd to not more than two horses from an actual OMfiei or from an authorize! ngcnl i J In all early closlnp ovcnta horses musTTiire i record which Bakes laid1 horie eligible to the event, and no horse shill be whose ron winning race record (heat record) is faster than the record defined bv the class of the sud early closing event One horse inij hi, named m two races, during the same week for i to til of 7 per cent but must pay tul cent.: lor everjv.start. Hcreaiter racing conditions mus1 specify f or more horses from the same itablc shall be allowed to start in (he same- race Raic allowances o! 1911 shall be continued it claimed at time cntr; is made This includes the four second allowance rafned b) not ynish iht; within the money Ihe above cither id dillolis to of modifications to th present code hut the following ic commendation Is au innovation ti tocmn nicthorls After a long debate the commute in thi each (number of the Grand Cucui should trj oilt the tour heat race, proposed1 ft D Slicppard sccre tary o! the Columbus Dritlug Club FjfJE.-Nlb.HT AT! THE. SHERMAN ibdrds In "a'two-part ptbgramme, and ,he to their were.bombarded from llie stage with a volley ot merriment. .Over the fotit- ights came a fusilade'.pt plllb, the in- visible target being'a certain Potsdam potentate; who, if ridicule kills, ought be alive, today. ...The and Commissioners, tlie street railway and other local matters came m for atten ,iba. b'ut 'wasjof. the Christmas ciacker inetv harmless aid goodoatured and wittily eipross ed. and.the powder would 'Jiave enjoyed "the-'charge as much as'the audience. lid-fashioned burnt cork- NEGRO FIGHTERS THE LAW .IN :TO BUCK .MILWAUKEE Jlllwaukee, Wis., Dec.. The ques lion of whether .the State Athletic comhiiesion wont rights raising the bars against negro boxers following the announcement that Langfora and Sam Sic Vey 'were match; ed to box'here; will be passed :.atong rto; the: Attorney-General, for an .opinion, according to an announcement made 05 the boxing board The de cislon of the commission aroused the ire ot a local negro society which de dares .the commission rules are un; constitutional. tesquely "The local" artistes themselves" efforts'met with'a hearty'response in en- core, after eqcore from the gathering. The performance was yaried by clever lightning sketches and' by R'. Barrbwmah, and will berepeated to- night. The men'in the field of 'Hamilton. Ont., are Aid. Chester Wal- ters and Controller- Gardner. Prince 'Edward County Council has voted ?50t} a month for 'two 'j'ears to the Patriotic Fund.__________ On The Greatest War ;Wesie3r Church 29th ii' "W. B. MITFORD RECENTLY RET UBNEDVHOM ENGLAND Wiy Britam Wertt to War. What she is fighting for. How went to war. How niet spy system; Visits camps. PATRIOTIC SONGsi' POPULAR PRICE..26VCENT8J Large .proportion ot proceeds; to JXKalRellet All members of the Battery in uniform will be admitted ary Don t rnns thll opportunity for information. Ticl ets on sale at Henley Drug Co and S Cross Dnif Co ENGLAXD'S FAMOUS EA8T PLACE AND BIG POINTS OF INTEREST DOMINION FA IGN'OHED Montreal Que Dec 24 Toronto dlipatch to the Star ycsterdav ws a Hamilton, soccer team left this a.fler noon to piny a series of three games against St Louis outlaw teams this ueek Toronto nnd Niagara Palls teams follow next week All throe are defying the Dominion Footbill as so'ciatlon- and the" United States asso; elation ullh which St Louis lb not nt flllateU, VOLUNTEERS DRINK ALCOHOL, fi.tEnrT-CU'dCC Portage la. Prairie Han Dec 84 Hobert McKlnty and Ha-dj, both 19 jears old and raem bers ol the iS'h Aiuunti.1 Rifles are wnltlng Imre to le ive wltli tho next c ilth the conleesert intenlion of end The two men are now under attest and nlll be chirgen1 Tvith attempting" It Is learned that neither of the Victims is likely to suffer ucy per If the Fed league owners maintain vmums major leagile plavers who have jump ed contricuj wo expect lo see tlieW come onto the field tfmked Now that Ed Konetchv haa Jumped, It leemi that the Nallonnl league wai trying til the time to get rid of him This probably will he found to be caie of til the othen BELGIANS LIVE QN BABOE8 Paris Dec liret of tie floating villages tor Belflu ueefs began wow on rno gelne torday It consists of csnuble of ncommodatms 300 people Two b.rges are deioted to tin loajlar of families two .re used ti term one being for men JW otber for women tnd the filth .n room, kitchen, ui Inc room.