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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER -28, 1911 Cleveland aqut VVi'elders" to Give Sport Trial Meeting at Rink Tomorrow Night at bers Played Match Saturday Ladies at it Too-Distnct Bonspiel Dates Named The ladies of Lethbridge take curlins like, ducts to water. Ice tennis, a popular win- ter pastime' in Ne'w' York; will in all probability receive a try- out in Cleveland this season, A number "of Cleveland's leading ranuet wielders, among them several women, arc enlhusing over the suggestion tiiat sev- eral courts be Hooded, and aa attempt made to stage a few matches. Ice tennis is played exactly the same as court tennis, ex- cept that the contestants -wear skates. The smooth, bard sur- face maKesMhe. game speedier than the. clap ice tennis, one thing is e's- players niusr be better- tiiair the average skat- ers. Montreal, Olife., 'Dec. '27. superior coadition ar.d co I play, "the" champion Torontos won their j first match of: ,the X.H.A .schedule j season, 'when .they trimmed Canadiens i at the arena on Saturday night by a j [score of 4 to'3', after a gruelling con- j i test. The quality of served j by the champions and J of a year ago was surprisingly good i j for the. first of the season, and did not drag at any -tirue. j OTTAWAS OUTCLASSED QUEBEG TEAM-f to, The Kirk session of the chu :cb "play- i c-d "All Coiners" of the rest 'of- the i congregation, and tand The charity, bonspiel was a Pntae j 'contests The kJ45- in setting c old thcv are cnthuscu r......, pLAY .viiother lively affair .was staged! j Saturday aiternoon, which York Williams cipally devoted to ladies. The jjaltimore' World's bantam weight j uov.- they are entnuseu to. a piten that makes them wish to play every and they, too, want to have a ladies' branch oi the WILLIAMS BEAT JOHNNY DALY EASILY Dec. There was] nothing- cut- Ottawa's .over Quebec in the X.H.A. opening; at; j j the 'last night. The locals were j elea'fly tout' of condition, the Senators j literally checking them off their feet. It was" Ottawa's first win on Quebec j ice since? 1811, and it 'was a well merit-, j ed success. The score was 4 to 1, a pretty fair indication of the play. i i ,'i i Od, t Hi. lid v IAA i x (jl-ft- ti ladies' brancli ol the LetbbrHiRecui.-i jlevoted to ladies. The skips jjaitirnore world's bantamweight j.. ing association iorrr.ed. were Messrs. R; R. Davidson K A cll.unpion severe teat-f _ _ _ _ rn TPC desire expressed bv th, ladies; Smith, Clem N.miuons and to Johmiy Daly Of this city in a PORTLAND CLEANED is in Hue with tke aims Oi thai Aird. The scores were not reported.. mateh here yesterday. In irrrTAl association, and they will be LOCAL COMPETITION7 the jirst five-rounds Daly toot hard j p VlLlUJ m wav to eiiect a good and i pvr-.ninff will see the first' punishment. Sheer grit ..and his. good j e'verv way to effect a good andi -vVednesdav evening will see the first' punishment. Sheer erit. organization. I in the local competition play-, condition alone enabled him to The president of the association, i Tncv Avere announced to knockout. 'Williams speed Mr L- W. Clark, is going to meet! wit-h the lady curlers of the city to-; morrow evening at 7.SO for the pur-: pose oi ths propcsea! branch.1 He 'will..give the ladies an! ollicial welcome as" m.ehibers ot the! association, and advise -them as to; the proper -plans -for-- .ejecting their orsamzatiOM An '.invitation to join. ti a LUCILLE LOVE: THE GIRL OF MYSTERY.......... 2 THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S DUTY 2 SEA GULL ANDY HAS TOOTH ACHE.......................... 1 The Sherrahs are staying One More Week in a Complete Change of Vaudeville for Big Programme. EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Watch for Special Feature Programme Friday and Saturday. 1 ai'd aii. are in mooKiyir-a, QD iiia.trj.cv fought between Battling hive'any advantage. iue--t0-le...hcld' "here" sky of this city and Dan y -.v i Flpn" pi .Boston. r.c A Lecture on the Greatest War Wesley Chureh To-morrow, Tuesday Evening W. B. MITFOKD "Wlio has just recently returned from England. Patriotic Songt 25 centi On sale it Red CKWS Book Store and Hcdley C Large part of for Local Relief, SAGE TEA KEEPS HAIR DARK ed 'fee' w.as -.'a.-tiiik-, to't CU CONTEST i Sii; of interestins competition took incidental expenses accrued place "at for rink Saturday ducting .the 26..-FollowiJig results of' scheduled league -.'football j makes or mars the fac'e; Grandmother's recipe 'to thickness ami Everybody is '.using1 it, again; Gray-hair .-however handsome, de? notes advancing age. all .know i the advantages of z.. youthful your 'charm. It When .It con- Evidently Tommy Burns is School Yuietide Indoor Baseball League Plays Number pi Games i The school indoor baseball league, organized for competition during the yuietide season, is merrily ahead .with its schedule. at 10.30 the- V.cond nhere he is. in a hospital, dope that Tommy has had to FIRST DIVISION Aston Villa 1, Bolton Wanderers 7. Bradford City 0, Eveirton 1. Manchester United i. Manchester City 2, Chelsea 1. Notts County 5. Middlesbrough 1. Oldham Athletic 6, Bradford 2. appearance a Don't stay gray! Look, young! Either prepare the tonic "at home or get from any drug store a, 50-ceint bot- ,tle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur j Compound." Thousands' of folks re- commend this ready-to-uae prepara- because it darkens the hair beau. t. remoyes TO' BONUS FOR GOOD The Central and teams if "he will ever fight again. piayed a very game this m_ocn- 4g matter Of fact nothing was said OBJECTS ing. too, ending in' a score of ai3out Tommy wanting to fight again, 16 in favor of until after the-acci'dent. putting Previously Westminster-- feet seven, inches, not Galb-Ta't'li 13 to -t, iand iligh school-; _..- _ vo-r-pVin the Giants for at 10 3-1 me- s.uuiiu .y "as round as" a bartelTin with the Giants tor the I'nbli'" school 1 defeated High, school" No. by c rris -'kho "about flesi year; ail because tne.doc- j SC.'lOOl LcaiJl OU Ul.-v J. i 1 ,_ Q f, itk'i _fC___L.I O fMSUlSO tra-.si and won an easy t.o y. r iSu-h the little fellows Tomorrow The'feature 01 the game Price's; wood in.the ..'SSi end oi the last irt favot. school. To'nuny hit .Tiic HI uii- otiauwj. sh'ou'lder" auui ..o 7j aHdHhat i Simpson, -.._'! i disqualify" him! so jmtfdv. sauaiacw.i.v ..v j .and- .the; lightest 'abi5u't m 'the .that ;rie, yrill bonus. i 'r-_t. V rinWj. fl-iof Ot "lEl> just as well "that they, will not meet on r -TKr restraint on liis conduct harro'ws his Newcastle United i. Hotspur .BIVISIOK "TJic Fosse 0.. Barnsley-i. Clapton Orient 0. .Bristol'Rovers Totyn 0. "Bury Derby County 1, Notts' Forest'u. Fulham. lv. 0; Huddefsfield Town 5, Blackpool 0. Leeds City 3, GHossop 0." Preston North End 0. Lincoln City no possibly tell, as if darkens AUD1TQRIOM RINK CITIZENS BAND TONIGHT Eckstonn AthletiO Park, Spectators Free BARPJEAU FOUND EASY MARK IN ANDERSON CARPENTIER KILLED A GERMAN' OFFICER Year's Seattle Times. 0. -SOUTHERN LEAGUE V-ilace Ida Dec. One minute j -New 26.-Gec.rgcs Car- Etcr the" tap "of tbe -goas for the peiitier is leadinfi a very of scheduled 15-rour.d i life m the I-rcnch army, Frarik Barrieau. the Vancou-; despatches from the. .war zone B. C, won the de- heavyweight champion oi b McLean insis'ts-his Wanderers 1, has been so exemplary since joining -r the New that Tils behavior j shbulrl Jio longer be.a matter of. doubt. "It's not the.money .so said- thing. 1 .Gillingham 0, Norwfch-City 4. "West Ham United 2, Brighton and Hove Albion 1. Cardiff City Plymouth, Argrle 0. uropc n t wei cfs'on here twvifiht over Bud Ander- attached to the aviation cotps, a C1S..OK Iltn. t lolloW 1 the 'of "Ore. when the lat- one of his duties js to Strainer threw up the to j fliers in an automobile to keep from s knockout. Bar-i communication i cTearlv showed his superiority.! He killed a the battle- to Anderson all-in one of his exploits wav and. seeming to land prac-; countered the -German tically at way WON HERALD" "BOAD 'RACE (Calgary, Afeu, Dec; .2fi-.-rrrAlex. De Christinas seconds... Connie Mack might, stop almost all that criticism in ..Philadelphia by claimiug that only those 'who. paid to get into the games last season have the right to kick. DEFEATED .HAMiLTp'W j SOCCER St. :Louis, Mo.? club -5 .to'. 1 on. .-ffifld'. here yesterday. _ in behalf of Win. In man, English billiard charuinon of Al- JU1? berta. The proposition, is. game to.-be used to say .in the. gray hair disappears; after an- other application or two, its natural color is restored, and it becomes thick, glossy and lustrous, and you appear years younger. Sold.'by Higin-j STAMP ALBUMS- GIVEN- botham Co., Ltd., .Druggists, -A AT STARLAND i Erery ]ady visiting Starlafid Fri- (NeAv Year's Day) "will reoeivei j absolutely free-a toeautiful "with vw-' of-the author, Bramley 6, Bradford-151 .jng iplayers scenes yiffit Broughton Rangers 7. the first instalment.of Hull Kingston "i'-f; Jrfex-" Hunslet 8, Leeds 13; Keighiey 5, Barrow 0. Rochdale 'Hornets 12, Halifax Runcorn 3, Widnes 17.'' Salford 5, Swinton 3. St. Helen's 6, Wigan 15. Wakefield Trinity 4, Huddersfield York 12, Leigh "13. Dewsbury G, Battley It 'is" fine to' have' beefr great; 'but the pawnbroker will not lend much on an iron cross. MEN A., unique-golf'match at 'Wot Springs, Va., between two onej armed golfers. Hatohell and York: They both'" as we'll and a big gallery follow- 'I? j on Monday at. 11 a.m. 'There were no knockdowns, and the fight was even for the seventeen rounds. In the last few years, post been the craze .with 'collectors': i Art stamps are now rapidly supersed- iing them" This Interesting and ab- sorting fad originated in France, where these stamps reached a won- derful perfection .and a j vogue just before the war. Like many otber European fashions, the Art _________________ statap craze lias crossed the MANAPFR oiiiNKi SAYS ls no'w spreading over this cpun-. MANAGER QU1NN SAYS wildfire. Art stamps, have QUEBEC WILL PROTEST used by Que.. Dec. I the' Quebec Hockey cli t Jiaf "Quebec wHl protest the11 therefore, unlaue. decision of thfe National Hockey asso- wm. wen Vorth ai Celtic'' '3f ciation submitted, arbitration, the separate''places j question of.the the-play-jsellti eacll of tjje fifteen 'apisodas? Rov-j.er Tommy Smith." be given away each base its protest on" the ground i at 0.-. i that the club was never-officially noti-j "--------------_. fied of the decision ;to: arbitrate, andi "LUCILLE BACK IN Mothecwell'.-lii-HAberdtven-. 1: St. Mirreri 'Falkirk-0. Kilmarnoek Airdrieonians 1. Dundee 2, Hibernians 4. i that it is too late to make, such a de- cision at the opening of the..season.. It Today MEXICO: AT and tomorrow, EMPRESS the usual is reported Manager Quitin has de- clared-the Quebec-club "would never______.__________ consent to dispose in this manner of fnstalment of the sensational is de- j ]arge and varied first of the week pro; f vramme 'will be run-including the'12tli- Of decision .that the Canatfiens ;can-" do _ without him." It is thought Lalbnde' j ers, are going to stay one more I may be traded for some player on the Ontario's roster.. FOOTBALL PLAYERS WARNED Toronto. Dec. following warning to all eoucernfed was issued today: "All" football players affiliated 'wits, the Ontario F.A., through', the T.A.. and: or other yleace take no- tice that should any of play with or against any players not affiliated with either the Dcminion- F.A. or the_ "United States F.A., they will be sus- pended for -breaking-: association. Let it fee understood that none of the associations uaave given .permission for any. such WHY HE IS .BALL CLUB Colonel Jacob a wealthy New York' brewer, his1 willingness to buy thVNtiw kees for the price spiicificd- by- Pat-; !rell' and Devery." He ho'w-1 i ever, that he be given' the con- 'cession at the Polo grounds for the games played there by the Rupp'ert wants the prlvtltege ot selling bis own booze in jjis own park. ;The concession is at present held by Harry 1 Stevens, a close friend of the late John T. Brush former owner of the Giants. "MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY TO FINISH The final round-up .of all the spirators (with the exception of Countess is to 'be seen :ln thefi..: last episode of "The '.which offered- Starland on Wednesday and This is absolutely the last epis.ode this popular mystery story until t "Solution" made, which wllV be weeks. This epiaode .promises to be an episode which will long be, remembered by allwho see it. .INDOOR! iftfteB weaken a strocf cpniHftitioB ss in nervous IM guor and repeated coliU. SCOTT'S EMULSION is thousmnds every day; its rare oil-food enriches the Wood, aids the in.a gtrength-BtictftiniHf tonic free ft-orn hariuM ;