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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPG3E DAILY HERALD Page 6 Christmas AND ear Holidays FARE ONE-THIRD >For the Round Trip Between .all stations on the Main Line. "Port Arthur to Vancouver and .Intermediate branch lines. I '.Tickets on sale December 22. 1910, to January 2, 1911, final return limit. January For further particulars apply to i. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent ..Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, Alta. CANADIAN EASTERN CANADA THE HERALD'S WINTER'SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON AN WRESTLER IS NATURE LOVER Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale December Decem- ber 31, inclusive, good to rstarn within three months. .Tickets issued in conection with At- lantic Steamships will be on sale from 11 and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest equipment. Standard First Class and' Tourist Sleeping Cars and on nil Through Compartment'- Library Observation ited." iD'ljj HACKENSCHMIOT ALSO PINES FOR MONTE CARLO, ITS GAY CAFES, EEAUTI-FUL WOMEN AND LAUGHTER. Would believe or even imagine lor one second that George Hacken- schmidt, the Russian lion, was pos- sessed of a poetical and romantic temperament? This great fellow has {travelled all over-the civilized world, 'and the tilings, he aas most observed have not been the people and the I cities, but nature in its simplest and f therefore, in its most beautiful Tons. Recently in his rooms in Chicago attired in some sort of rich green bath robe, the...pride of Europe, the man whose .athletic achievements have caused two continents to wonder spoke as a man who had studied life. "I love -to -Jive where the al .ways snining-, where the air is balmy and -where the birds are always sing- said the big wrestler, and he had that serious cast of Russian counte nance when he let go. "In Califor- nia, now, I could live ever happily. I love the land there, the flowers. Somehow it reminds me of some of the countries of Europe: The people are happj and -gay and there la life and joy in the very air. TABER TRIMS PINCHER CREEK OPENING -GAME OF SOUTHERN DIVISION OF THE A. A. H. A. "i nst EXPRESS" ..leaves Winnipeg daily .at 22J.Ok mak- ing coimections at Toronto for all The "'Imperial Limited" leaves vvin- dsily-ac 8.25k, and the "Atlantic Express" at 19.00k dully; making con- at Montreal-. for points East, thereof- J Apply to the nearest C.P.R. Agent for ..-ij or. -nation "I lore Monte "'carlo. There Is tne casino, the concert, tie" laughter, the beautiful women, and you can sit -at the cafe with your coffee and gaze on e bowlers en by Calgary Pin Top piers Bowling LETHBRIDGE LOSt FIRST TELEGRAPHIC MATCH PROVINCIAL LEAGUE GOES TO CAL'GARY- IN INTERNAT'ONAL Hockey CURLING TABER VICTORIOUS BEAT CREEK IN FIRST DISTRICT LEAGIIE GAME The Southern division of the Alber- ta Amateur Hockey association has ;made its get-away. Taber played at! TO PLAY BILLIARDS WILLIE HOPPE GIVES SOME VAL- UABLE MAS- TER THE BRIDGE. In speaking of the game, of billiards recently, Willie Hoppe, billiard cham- donot the .world, declared that the ridge Is the most important part of the game: Every man in starting to learn the game, he says, should first study bridge and learn to use it so that the bridge hand will never become cramp- ed. In telling of the proper use of the bridge and strokes, Koppe said: "I have often been asked why such a small majority of the vast army of persons who find amusement and and sp.orting goods for cold weather tvil] be what you'll Tront Our. utoclc is replete with anything 'and .everything you can ask for and goods, of all kiudt are Al quality, thereat made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAQi we show would be envied by a Corbett or, a Fitzsimmons. Everything we now make and sold fcuperior prices. at The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. 412 Fifth South Phone 1032 Baseball BALL MOGUL BREAKS ARM -L.LU.U recreation playing different kinds of MurPhy of Chicago' Cubs. He atf-oin i- I SHoDCd On lev Walk- billiards ever attain proficiency at the game. The answer is start And once having acquir- ed an incorrect style it is a difficult thing to' .unlearn bad habits and be- jin aright' "There are .three things one must ter and free of care. i, itiirGi laugn- I would love to rne" is o'tt t'ethbridge and Calgary were Boston, Dec. is os- pected that "the Internation- al curling championship for the Gordon medal win foe fought out on local rinks during nest February be- tween eight Canadian and United States teams. 'A com mittee of Boston clubs accept ed "tne "Gordon medal match conditions, and the National Creek y-esterday, and turned "T1 !tne trick .on the home' team by Two twenty-minute halves were play- ed. The score has every .evidence, of tne "game being keenly, contested. It learn to play an average game of bil- a-correct bridge all holding "the-cue properly with the driving and stroke. Each of three'depends upon the other, and I believe .the bridge is the. most' Important'of lot, although some on the Taber line-up, B.. and. Uoyd being well known nere. AJ Tne members of the Taber team ______ _ ...._ ___________ _____ be there now. -You see life at Monte Pitted; together -last night in the first Club will give the date of the Goa1' J- Cooke; point A. B. I jATMi'S SJTrn TrkiT _ ,e __ TTI-O -fTra 1 M j. __ j. E 1 and you are free and happy, for somehow it 'is in the Hackenscnmidt has ANNUAL TO U. 5. POINTS Low Round Trip Fares To ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, WIs. CHICAGO, III. on sale Dec. 1 to 31 inclusive Good to return within three months. .Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for full information- travelled ID. practically every country of the world. match of.the provincial league, team of 'the provincial metropolis winning; four of six games. Telegraphic matches are played by He owns two houses in London has a a second team in each of Petersburg and vet. as'- respective places' who he said'cresterdav, he calls the" world j teams ENGLISH GAMES RESULTS OF CHRISTMAS HOLI- DAY FOOTBALL MATCHES ,___ _ London, Dec. remarkable man at heart Is as simple as a child, j of tieir Sames; tfle first by feature of today's football was the not simcle In the sensA Pins. The nest was captured by i j-j e the Calgary Seconds br 12 pins and fPlendltt Performance or the tailead truest meaning of the word. teams of opponents. Berlto' st- Calgary first beat fe the known initial fay 149 pins, Following somewhat more or less intimately by with another win' by 66 pins and also the remarkable man. But with all his takins the third a total Of 301 travel, with all the big things he has Pins, done, the mobs, the glitter that goes Lethbridge seconds, the Blueribboiis, with being a world's champion, this better, walking off with two at heart Is as simpli simple In the sense of "Hack" is a chap who has read many books'and has drawn some- thing from hie reading, but is as sim- ple in heart and being as the prima- tive man must have been. contest The medal is now held In Montreal.'" T C :K J. Cook; centre, All Barber; right wing- A. Glendinning; -H, Cook. left wing, "W. Tne players on the Pincher Creek team were: Goal, McCulloch; point "I have oftentimes been criticited -be did- not attempt to master the the three-cushion- carom Slipped on Icy Walk Chicago, Dec. Char- les W. .Murphy of the Chicago1 Nation- al baseball club, appeared today at the West Side hospital with a broken arm... He -said he had gone out last evening after dinner for a" short walk near, his" Sheridan road home and slip- ped on an icy walk and fell heavily on his right arm, breaking it just above NAGEL GOES TO. PITTSBURQ Los Angeles Star Hurler Goes Flynn May Catch Pittsburgh style, but as "the two strokes vary., so of tie Angeles team of the greatly I, will not attempt injuring! Coast League will be added to the delicacy of my balkline stroke to 'the staff .of the Pittsburg please a few curious people whc to see ine attempt that style game. .1 would jsnjfcest that all be- at billiards 'take up one part- icular style aid stick to it "I will in, the sini- Nationals. was received from. President, "ftr.. H. Berry of Los team .tonight accepting Pittsburgh'! offer for Nagel, the terma Tucker; cover-point, J. Elliott; rov- language "the-bridges I have J interest Is the report that President of. are, not announced. .Another item of mldwlixter baseball er, K, P. Stewart; centre, -M. .Boyce; right wing, V. McKenzie; left wing, Mowett No Game Hers The ice here yesterday was not in condition to permit the Lethbridge- Macieod game, an off date. It will be played on found to be the.most of, the. Pittsburg team today 'asked Manager Tred Clark to decide upon..the advisability of using Jack Flynn behind .the bat next summer WESTERN CERCUIT CANADIAN Western EXC UBS IONS SINGLE FAKE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Maait'o ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta 10 Vancouver j. i U f aim {OFFERS RACING EVENTS LEAGUE STANDING third by Lettiridge with 80 pinsr. team, Manchester City, which went Southern to 3Ifddlesborough, erstwhile leader, j and matched a point for the homej team, with a similar solitary tally, j Teams creditable order; there were no .medi- Southend United also, did well in the Taber ocre scores. Three of each team bowl Southern League when they trounced 'l-eth bridge ed over the 500 mark, Bruce Davies the lions of Miilwail by seven clear ning the match by a total of 136. Good Rolling The rolling of the locals was of a Division, Alberta Amateur Hockey Association Won First Team Second Team 1ISt Spokane, Dec. in purses, but promising to eclipse the mark by the addi- 11011 stakes, stewards 'of the Great Western circuit held their an- nual meeting at the Great Northern hotel yesterday morning. according to the 17 track managers in attendance, the 1911 season will even be better than that of 1910, when the Great Western established a rec- Perceval ord in the value of parses offered and In excellence of track performances, Scarle giving it the name of being the mier and biggest harness horse cir- cuit In operation in the United States. Kellog were the king topplers. The Scores Calgary 1 999 803 I. S50 2 919 902 853 890 3 Ttl. best performances in an undoubtedly 7 "'holiday1' game. First Division Liverpool 1, Sunderland 2. Notts County 1, Bradford City 1. Bristol City 2, Sheffield Wednesday MACLEODS DROP OUT A 2. According to the 1911 schedule ar- Second (Blues) 859 Detail scores of local teams: Micmacs 123 Ttl. Daries 204 177 572 Macdonald 184 149 473 155 163 474 151 178 503 156 186 540 0. U Total Blueribbons Shover 850 1 194 853 Nichols Holmes 133 181 153 200 165 151 211 859 2562 3 Ttl 559 526 476 467 550 Westminster ickets on sale December 15, and 17, 1S10; January 23, T 22 and 23 and February M, and 16, 1911; good to re- .a within three months j date issue. to scares: C. P. Ry. full information. Reflections of a Bachslor Good manners can run a close race for success with brains. Who rides away too fast on horse- back, walks home afoot and Ihapiug. withered to when they were from the right man, bloom for- S7ST tQ a wrnngn such an accurate measure of their it's queer they never io of any otier man. A man thinks 50 cents is a copper he is spending it on himeelf -and 110 when on his family ranged yesterday, the first meeting Hyslo? Igs will be held at Ingalls track, Jollet, Jennings 183 11., the week of July 4 and Ariz., will again have the -honor of losing the season on November 11. if the same cities make up the Grand ircuit in 1911 the Great Western will hold the Kalamazoo, Detroit, Clevc- jland and Columbus meetings in alli- jance with the former organization. Joliet Gets Two Dates Tfce harness fans of the Prison city will have two weeks of racing, having been awarded the opening meeting That Joyous Perfume and another in the waning days of j There's a perfume from the kitchen August. After a. two years' hiatus, I there's a pungent, wondrous scent Total 859 890 829 257S BOWLERS5 DEFI aiiu "waiter Sinclair, as a team, have issued a challenge to any two bowJers 'in the city for a match at any time. Newcastle United 1, Everton Aston villa 4, Bury 1. Sheffield United 1, Oldham Athletic Middlesborough 0, Manchester City, Preston North End 0, Blackburn Ro rers 0. Manchester United 5, Woolwich Ar-' scnal 0. j Tottenham Hotspur 1, Notts For- est 4. i Second Division Bradford 6, Glossop 0. Burnley 1. Blackpool 1. Clapton Orient 1, Gainsborough Trinity 0. Derby County 3, Leicester Fosse 0 Fulham 2, Huddersfield Town 1. Hull City 4, Birmingham 1. Leeds City 3, Chelsea 3. Westbromwich Albion 2, Bolton Wanderers 0. Wolverharnp-jvvn n Stock- port Countv" The Macleods of the cltv hockey league, have decided to drop out. Some of their fast material is not available, so it has been decided to dis- band the team. This intelli- gence was gleaned from -Macleod Bros, store this morning. This will not mat- erially affect the league, but toe plans will necessarily have to re-arranged. easiest to master. "The. off-hand, -masse bridge is used very Seldom in championship, matches but is shown, more in fancy exhibition which will enable the. executor to get force on-the ball for driv ing masse, such as could not be ob fcy_ holding the bridge hand in any position on .the table. "By using the off-hind masse stroke the player can hit the cue-ball with such force to drive the. ball the en- tire length of the table and return without cushions or any ob- ject balls. "The close masse bridge stroke is most difficult for the novice. It Is used only when the. balls are lined up. The cue Is held perpendicular for the stroke and grasping the cue with the thumb and first, two fingers. "Only the tips of the fingers on the bridge hand touch the the'.-cue merely resting- on the side of-the hand. It seems an insecure method of guidance, but a little practice will show how it is. Beginners do to either pass the masse Lost Pet as. a substitute.for.Gibson. There Las been." some talk of releas- ing: Fiynn. He played first base the greater part of .last season. EASTERN BRIEFS "Wid" Conroy, veteran Washington Inflelder, may play with Montreal next season. Three years ago Eddie Collins' play- Ing salary 'was a month. Now" it IE J6.000 a year. Shortstop George McBride of the team has.miggsd one n three years. Wagner declines to play -with any club but Pittsburg. He also balfcg at an anti-boose contract Jiiamie Collins wHl be retained next stroke for a time or try it-on an as manager of the Providence tabic. A slight slip means a torn club in the Eastern league- Mi tablecloth- .For this, reason many first I ______ class-rooms bar the shot except for! Qaspar was the most' dangerous _ pitcher-in the National league this The bndge'-most often called into I season. He hit.the most men play is used for..the delicate alL f stroie. The hoel of the hand and tipg rest finely on the of DOUBLE-HEADER NEXT THURSDAY DEC. 29. _ Qllie Pickering's batting eye is the taole. with knuckles elerated and ste-srty snaming: His output .for the taumb eitendca. .The cue, slipping j PESt Seac0n was a percentage of -241. easily between the hand and the finds a solid resting place.] Freddie erratic old Tms oriole I use most for.the balk-1 German pitcher; said to-be slated line nurse when ths bslls are close for together and a delicate stroke is ned- __ ed- A few practice will seive WILL BE PLAYED IN CITY LEAGUE to show how simple and. effective is this manner of holding the cue. It gives perfect freedom of action and prevents a. cramped movement. "Then, there is the draw-stroke bridge. It Is made with the hand ly-} in. ia3t me weatner nas taken a iturn. Hockey and skating prospects are again brlgntsning in Lethbridge. the management' of the Aurora, HI., tsam. President John L; Taylor.of the Bos- ton Americans "will :have three official scorers next'; season instead of the customary one.' v Southern League New Brompton 2, Coventry City L Tlle lce at lhe rink was m better South End United 7, Millwal! Ath- 5ftaPe yesterday than was expected. Ietic.0. A fair number of skaters were oat Southampton 1, Queens Park Rang- IB the afternoon, though the ice was in spots. The rink was flooded Hal Chaser .manager of. the New tog flat on the table, with the index! York plans a'' shaken? in finger around the cue shaft and his team ipr-nesTyear; ;Some of tha ing the thumb in a very firm manner veterans afp-tdovni ,4o the plaalc. so -as to the "cue ers 0. Decatur, III., was awarded a date, the spice of Araby the blest and o'h- j United 4, Plymouth Ar- at six o'clock and directors of the Decatur association. er odors blent; it drifts upon the g- deciding to re-enter the circuit now I breezes that are dancing by the door" theSpel of Sunday and pro- and 0, we sit and sniff them and we long to sniff some more. hibition has been broken. A new member was voted into the And the many people passing also circuit, the petition of Muskogee, Okla. a-1 tiem a31 the while and they go being favorably acted upon and the I the sidewalk with a newer dates from October 9 to IS being; smile, for mother's makinj awarded the new association. The: in the good, old-fashioned way admission of Muskogee gives the cir- cuit one half-mile track. and the breezes bear the perfume of a bygone Post. 0. Watford 1, Luton 0., Leylon 1. Portsmouth. 1. Northampton 2, Brentford 0. a very fiue sheet jtce Position for a terrific drive, or Ice was the surprising result, a very lieaT3r drawn -shot strike, j quite a large crown was present, sabering the bails into posi- i majority being or the gentler sex. ie from taking; Lou Crigei? w.ill "go and there -is an irregular stroke, which is bfttimes I Fran; Laporte caused1 by the executing hand. get the'ax. Catcher Mitchell is give hais'd a firm setting aftd hold' is slated to go to minor Brighton and Hove Albion 2, Crys- ice should be in fine tal Palace 0. condition. 'The weather is just right Exeter City 2, Bristol Rovers 1. Norwich City 1, Swindon Town 2. condition, now, and Robust Old Gentleman (to sick I came here If it continues there Trill toe two City league hockoy Thnnday evening. I hadn't ths strength to utter a word, I first, I At the Lambs' Club a group of ac- and nas get Pitcher Camnitz of the Pirates for batter of the league who next year if Barney Dreyfuss is going i playing basket-ball kt Connellsville to dispose of him. -McGraw thinks that j received a letter from President he can. handle the twirler in such ajgel of the Philadelphia team asking ,way that he can win with him. not to play any more basket ball a j couldn't walk the room, to be lifted from my bed." Sick Lady: "You give me hope, kind sir. How were you Robust Old Gentleman: "I was bora tors were laughing heartily over a story just to'ld them by the irrepresa- isle "Willie" Cfflliar, some in a spirit of banter, asked: "Willie, isn't that one of Lacfeaye's "Not quickly answered Willie. tion in most of the round-the-table shots. "In addition is the bridge I use for cloie drawn shots when the balls, are to together that a broader bridge ii hopoaaible. Only a few Inches of apace required yet a strong, firm renting for the cue is attain- ed. "While all of the bridges I have league ranks. are by the 1 fie Ring player the third and fourth wiil the needs of the begin- ner. Never aEow bridfe hand to become cramped. Never start a shot or over the 'bridge hand. The whole game of billiards depends .upon eaie of movement." PARENTS TO SEE THE FJGHT Ad Woigast's Next BattJe to be Wit- noifd by Folks Mr. and Mrs. John Wolgast, parents of the lizhtweight champion, will be at the ringside next time their son ssL Neither them ever saw an exhibition of the They do not know when the will take place. Ad himself kind. event Insists that he will not eater the rinjf until he is absolutely certain he ;