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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE BAILY HERALD SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1913 {oinoii.16 SttU UM cfcver St. Paul bu matched to Chip, conqueror ot KUiu. Owing to tho receut o( Chip, and u Clbboni K> fiuthtr Mcennmii u n tkU taut U to a good. match will take place on January It at Square Garden, New Cardston. Dec. ls to have a basketball team. U is to be run under the- auspices of the Young Men's M. I. X, with A. k Smlti as temporary coach and manager. For some time tho other Mormon towns have entered teams from their but Cardston .has never played the game. It was felt this season that the Temple Clty-EbouM be able to gel together, an aggregation j jjj'JJj that in a year or so would be able to {pjesjjnT enter tee league with the teams from Fernie, B.C., Dec. the com- petition, for the Fletsbnan Cup, heM het'j tonijht, between two teams o( lie CranbrooV Curling club and two local teams, the FcrnSe team won by seven points. The- visiting teams were skipped ty Messrs. Wilson aEd Cameron, wallo E. C. Lyons and P. J. Johnson guided the home team to vic- tory. In the draw Lyons was pitted ag- ainst and Johnson against Cameron. The ice was in excellent although not quite so teen M the local men have been accustom- ed to for tha last Jew days. The play- Ing wis exceptionally good through- out, and at the onlookers as well as the players were very do'jbtful of the outcome. Lyons' rink played particularly well the score of -15-S would indicate. By a brilliant finish. Johnson was able, to tie the score in the last end -when the figures were 10-10. This gives the Fernle rinks a lead o[ seven points at this stage o[ the competition, and the .results of the games which were played tonlgat in Craabrpot are awaited ansiously, two teams having gone there this morning-to try conclusions withCran- broofc The Hne-up of the various learns as follows: Wilson, skip; Cameron, skip; Lyons, skip; Johnson, skip; Ward, lead; Hob- ment made today "by Promoter Billy Ingrain, lead: Wood, lead; I Gibson, Cranstone, second; McJIasters, sec-1 _ ond; Borland, third; Campbell, third; Harris, second; third; Mc- Donald, Bowne-ss, third. Westminster won from Galbrattb 37-21 in the public school Indoor lea- gue this morning, and Robertson's teara .wound up two points to the good over Sherlock's sluggers in the High 'school league, the score being games were fast and in- Mcllvena twirlfd a good Old Country Football jni-i' :cr Westminster, V. Gillies, 0 London, Dec. art results of today's khedulei football games, played on the (rounds of Iho first-narked clubs: Pint Division Aston Villa, 0; Bradford City, 1. Burnley, 0; West Bromwlcfc. Al- C. '.y Liverpool, 3; Blackburn Rovers, 3. Manchester United, 2; Sheffield Wednesday, 1. 2; MaachMler the northern cities. The matter has been under advisement, and it LJS Newcastle UnKod 2; Sutdarland, 1. been decided that some ?50 Is to bei iast inning oC the. HiRh Oldham Athletic, 2; Bolton Wan- spent In equipment and furnishing for school game Sherlock's team made derers, C. the assembly hall, which will be used twelve runs, making the finish close Preston North End, 1; Everton; 0. United, 2; Derby County, Tottenham Hotspur, i; Chelsea, 2. for the ttoe being. The hail is tie and exciting. largest In Cardstou and cannot be. Fleetivood and bealen as a basketball court. j stand 1000 per cent, with one game Asked by the Herald's sport-repre- won out ol one played, Galbraith and sentative who the probable players Central being even with oae game, would be. Manager Smith said he had lost. The High school league consists no idea. The game Is new and It will 6i three teams, Kobison's team leau- b'e a matter of trying out all (he ath- ing, with one game won out ol one letes In town In order to pick the men played, Robertson's second with .500 who will form the line up for league cent., and Sherlock's third with games. 11 U expected that games will one won cut of one played. The'series be arranged with Raymond and Ma- continues nest week, grain, before February 1st Second Division Barnsier, i; Lincoln City, 0. RITCHIE IN DEMAND New York, Dec.. Ritchie will be matched with Freddie-Welsh, Joe Rivera or Packey McFarlactf Madison Square Garden 'after Ms fight with Tommy Murphy on the coast, January 23: according to an annoimce- ROBINSON TO TRAIN MEN A LA McGRAW New York, Dec.. Rob- inson, new manaisr of the Brooklyn Codgers, is going to bring up his team a la John McGraw next year.: Bohby also expects to finish in the first di- vision. Having been McGraw's chief assistant, Robinson kcowa the little Napoleon's ways and intends to fol- low them. COLORED CHAMPION CAUSED CIVIL WAR San Francisco, Dec. John- son has been blamed for many things In the country of his birth, hat it 're- matned for Bulgaria to hold him re- sponsible'for the. Am erican civil war. Charlie Miller, a, heavyweight of Bulgarian birth, was exhibiting to his friends here today a Bulgarian' news- paper containing an advance notice of 'a circus performance In the Bui- fmrlan capital, at which Johnson waa appear. "Jack the newspaper read, "Is UIB tnan who received for whipping Jltn Jeffries In the prize ring, and was directly re- sponsible for' the civil war In the trailed1 States between the blacks and She whites.' "The Terrible Boxer positively will appear In tic flesh and the bone." ACCIDENT-TO FAMOUS DRIVER Dah.SScBwen, driver and trainer The and other cracks, had a rath K HTtoni accident the other dsy, be- ing'thrown walle schooling a >'.i Ths'animal fell backward OD McEwen Who Vat severely bruised, fa list o! MO bitters for the first i me in his career of twelve years in tie National League. Second 'Baseman Del Pratt, of the X Louis Brownsj has resigned tis ace 'as the representative of' his ub In the Baseball Players' Prater- ity. Harry who had the dls- nctlon of leading tie Southern Lea- gue In batting last season, has been ppointed field captain of the Atlanta John (Doti) Miller, recently traded y Piltsburg to SL Louis, says he. Is willing .to play with the Cardinals. Whad du yu mean, willing? President Dreyfuss of the Pirates iade Honaa Wagner the only eicep- on In any trader for "BEg Ed" Ko- etchy, when he Manager Clarke iecussed the proposed deal. ir Kidneys Keep Bladder Weak TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS AND NEUTRALIZE IRRITATING ACIDS Kidney and Bladder weakness re- from uric acid says a noted auth orlty. The kidneys filter this acid from the blood and pass it on to the bladder where U often remains to irritate and Inflame, causing a bum ing, scalding sensation, or setting U! an Irritation at the neck ti the blac obliging you to relief twi or three times during "the night. Tin sufferer Is In constant dread, lot water passes sometimes with a scale fng sensation and Is very profuse again, there Is difficulty in avoiding it. Bladder weakness, most ta! It, becanse they can't control urina tlon. While it Is eilremely aanoj ing and sometimes very painful, thi Is really one of the most simple al menu to overcome. Get about fou ounces of Jad Sails from your pharm aclsl and lake a tablespoonful In glaw of water before breafc'ast, con tlnue this for two or three days. Thi will neutralize the adds In the urln to It no longer is a soutce of Irrita Uoa to tho bladder and urinary o gars which then act normally again )ti Salts is Inexpensive, harmlcs aod U made from the acid of kid lemon juice combined with llth ta cfted by thousands of folks wh are sublet (o urinary dlsordei by nrlc add Irritation. J: fa iplendld for kidneys an no bad elfecU whatever. yott have a pleasant efferve IHlla-water drink, which quick frtieTM bludfer trouble i. For sa D. Higinhotiam Co. Ltd. GOSSIP OF THE DIAMOND Bradford, 5; 1. ''Bury, i; Toira, i. 3; Clapton Orient. 0. 1; Leeds City, L Jiuiratr-BUckpool, postponed. LefcMter Foiw, I; Woolwich Ar- County-Grimsby Town, post, pooed..' Wolterbjjnplon Wandwtri, t; Notts rarest, 1... Southern League t ..Bristol Rovers, 2; -Jlerthyr Town. 1. Ss-Indon Town, 4; -vTrst Ham Unit- ed; Csrdift city, 2; Plymouth Arjyle, 1. Eieter City, 3; Southampton 0. Mlllwall Athletic. 1; 0. Portsmouth, 1; Crystal Palaco, 1. Brighton and Hove Albion, 1; Cov- entry" Ctty, 2. Soulhead Uniled, I; Watford, Northamuton, 1; Norwich City, .1. '.pueen's Pirk Rangers, Cllllng- ham, 0. Rugby Leicester, 25. polnls; Bedford, 6. Richmond, 3; Loreltonians, 3. JTewjJOrt, H; BarbariuiiE, 0. .-Stackheath, 9; Ilirlwiulns, 6. -Mancheeter, 17; Liverpool.-3. Gloucester, 0; Cheltenham, 0. Last season Joe Tinker finished In Karl'Mack, ECU of Connie Mack o' the Athletics, will coach the baseball squad at the University of- North Carolina before he begins'his duties as manager of the Raleigh team: Art Shafer, of the Gia'nts, has an- nounced his retirement from-.the game. -When baseball 'dope Is scarce Art can always DC depended upon to put over the Pat 11 stuff. Brooklyn Is willing to cr Eddie Phelps if he'can land the'Job manager of the Albany'team. Ed- die has been in harness sixteen years and believes he is capable of-plloting a minor league outfit Manager Bill Carrigan, of the ReJ Sos, has had a confab with bis new boss, Joseph J. Lauuln, .and now he declares there is uotbiag In the Am .erican league that scares the Sox. No doubt Bill has made Mr. Lannln feel very, very happy. -Chicago, Dec: Is a good chance, -it Is said now, that Prank Gotch, wrestling' champion of the world, will come bsck this season and attempt to defend his title against some of the: foreign stars. It is known 'th'at Gotch's Chicago manager has been etc ting with the local promoters for several wetks, and while -he. wouldn't positively gMar- ahtee that .Gotch "could he Induced'! to reconsider his retirement, the man- ager was thought to have some inside dope on it or hive taken .it upon himself to as't 'if t'iere 'f was any chance of .''some big datefl.J> is Tralnlni Pelkey Gains Favor of 'Frisco Odds Shorten on Smith San Francisco, Dec. Smith's friends are betting 10 to 8 that heir-man will defeat Arthur Pelkis at Coffroth's Daly City arena on New Year's Day. The fact that the Gun- ner encorap-sses a knockout at odd has something to do with helni; nstalled favorite, while the further Tact that Pelkey is about the only white hope Smith has not earned a decision over, has led its aid in the direction named. U is one of those cases in which 3au Francisco prefers to pin its faith to the man It has seen in action. Pel- key a stranger to the local fans, and t Is doubtful If the endorsement ol all tho experts, "rail birds" and "wise generally, of the field of pugil- ism would cauee him to displace dun- 3oat as first choice, Tho 'act that Tommy Burns Is sing, ing Pelkey's pralsee as a fighter It not taken as reliable evidence that Arthur has any o! the earmarks of a world Emil Klank stated several days ago that Gotch had In, to do some road work, but Jhai_he. was doing it re to keepthis weight down within reasonable bounds'than for. the actual purpose of ..wrestling in big contests. This is thought how to have been stall and 'really is.train- ing in earnest'and that by the first of January .he expects; to he tor any of ine'm. '-r" The usual statement is made that Gotch under no' circumstances will meet a man he already has defeated. Though there is a-stronc inclination on-the Part of wrwUinj Lo. be- lieve now that Stanislaus Zbyszko, the big Pole, can defeat the Iowa man, there IB mighty little chance of iiuch a contest .being made. Scottish League Qqeea's Park, 2; Aberdeen, 2. 2; Heart of Mid- lothian, 2. Ayr.Unlted, 0; Celtic, 6. 0: Dumbarton, 0. Ralth Rovers, 4; Dundee, 1. JRangere, 3; Hamilton Academicals, p. Hibernians, 1; Third Lanark, 0. Hibernians, 1; FarllcV.Thistle, 0. llbtrierwelt, 3; SL lllrren, C. In .the qualifying round for the Scottish' Cup, played today, Albion Rovers beat Dundee Hibernians by 3 (oils to nil. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE -BAS INSTALLXD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. --i LOOCB YOCX -i WHU, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes MKWMAIMK AJTLT Lcthbridge Branch R, T, Brymner, Mgr OF CANADA A Potent Passport the World Over :lsa Lefter ol Credit Issued by the Union Bank at II does more than supply ready money at your wherever you may be. It gives you a standing vlth a representative financial houss In every z place (o which you may have, your rnatl addressed and the ready source ol many a. convenience and item of information conducive to your pleasure and profit BRANCH LAKE BRANCH O. R. TINNING, A. B. Acts Manager! SKIPS TAKE NOTICE It fs requested that all tte sheeU.of ico he In condition for 'the lionspen to be held ou New Year's day. The rinks are in good shaps now, the Chminook will not affect them the curling tonight. The president and vice-president will "pick teams for the' New Year's Day ma'.ch. -fr ALLEGED FAKE FIGHT :jTO BE INVESTIGATED Paris, Dec. French Federa- tlpn-pf Boxing today prepared to In- that tha Jack John- Jim'? Johnson battle IN HKART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOI SKATIXK Sloriei of Solid Qsafort" In Iho centra of and Glores on both iSdcJi, BolMloi toncrttr, itecl DSI Wtr. Witk S2 here was a fake. Advices from Chtcaso say that 'Bat- tling Jim' was none other than Gus Rhodes, a brother-in-law of "Lil Ar- thur." Rhodes Is. eaid to he a doutlo for the 'Battling Jim.' It is said that Johnson, beforo leav- ing America, declared his first fight In Paris would be with Itaodes. formidable man in sight, and through out the arranging of terms for the erect, acted the part of a man earnest ly tolling a fight. This Is eloquent proof that Pelhey thinks he can defeat Smith, no mat ter what, others think. It Is also a proof that Tommy Bnrns Is ot the same way of thinking. Pelkey Drjwt the Color Line Pelfcey will draw the color line when It comes to fighting Sam Laog- ford, Joe Jcannetle, Sam McVea or any other negro, but he will Btep over tho line If there is a chance for him lo get on with Jack Johnson ln; any pact of the world. Thla was the statement Issued loday by Tommy Bums, manager of the big Xew England white hope. The state- ment waa made; by Burns after -he had glanced at a cable message sent to him from Paris by Leon Sec, French promoter, vko wants Pellcey lo meet the winner of the Langford' I Jeannelte bout, soon to be staged In beater, Burn. Is manager, ,he rrench and It is. deemed quite natural for Tommy to boost his protege at every opportunity. There Is one point that Uioae who are Keptlcal of Pelkey's ability want to keep In view, however. Both Pel- key Burns, well knowing that Gunboat Smith Is the kingpin of the while hopes at prccent and a terrific panther, bent all their energies to- ward bringing about a match: Had Pcikey wished, be might have arranged a score cf bouu with "no account" heavies on ihe strength of the adiertlslng ha received through the unfortunate affair with McCarthy. lie did nothing of the kind. He set his cap at Gunboat, the moat It evident that Hums means busi- ness, for he Immediately cabled Sea that he would not consider this offer, although the Frenchman'la willing to hang-up a puree of for the battle. "i will not stand for Pc-lkty fiehtlng any negro except continued Hums. "Johnson Is etill regarded as the heavyweight champion of the world, but I think that PelXoy urn beat him. 1 im willing lo let Mm take a chance for the championship, but 1 will not allow him to fight Landlord JoanneUo or any other black." 11 Is likely iiurns will go to franco and seek a match Joh.iron, pro- vided I'elkcy Is returned the winner over Smith on Kew Year's day. WITH THE. BOXERS Jim Jeffries, former heavyweliht champion, is making preparations tor a world tour. Manager Tom O'Rourke It anilous lo match- "Porky" Flyprt agtlnit Quo. boat Smith for 15000'a side. Harry Stone, the.New York-light- weight who is now In Australia, hai defeated the four hu met there. Champion Willie Ritchie dentei tto report that he Is to crmnre miucere. He says ho Is latlifled with'Harry Foley. i Jimmy dabby bta signed ta meet either Prank Klaus, George Chip Jack Dillon at a show. In Milwaukee next month. 'Franklo Jfandole, who been oufing Europe, was'stopped In four- :een rounds at Geneva the other night by Badond, the Swiss champion. Johnny Coulort, the bantam' cham. plon, Is ready to box again and says he la willing to fake on "Kid" Wl.ll- If the latter will make 116 i Bounds rlngstilc. Oeorge Kedel, the Boer heatyweighr! will challenge the winner of the Gun- 3oat Smllh-Arthor Pelkey fight which Is scheduled to be Bulled oft (few Year's Day In California. 1 The Jfew York Stale Aisembly vote each member of the boxing com- mission a salary of a Up. lo the present time the have received nothing from the Btato for their services. 3for Kceuti ARROW Royal Reserve Whisky Is smooth and mellow, and as bracing as a winters day. It is made from selected grain, and matured for.eight years in oak barrels before bottling. A Government Certificate to this effect accompanies each bottle. If you need a stimulant, you find Royal Reserve very beneficial. If you j ust want a stimulant, you will find'it particularly agreeable. ROYAL DISTILLERY HAMILTON, CANADA ;