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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY.'DECEMBER 28, THE LKTHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE CHniviFiOi; ASSURES CHALLENG. ER NO OTHER FIGHTER IS AHEAD OF HIM ITWO 'NOTED GLOVE ARTISTS MEET IN CHICAGO AND SHAKE HANDS ON.DEAL Uix. Wilkinl assured Knvl knltoii Hint, ve- ,ol what I lie Orleans [irolnokTH do, he u ill take on no oth- er 'opponent until he- hus boxed Kul- O'LEARY AND .SCALER WILL LEAVE TO NEWSPAPERS TO DECIDE today start their ullton, anil Johnny O'Lear j tlinr tinai week's training for lo tiro of the; ten-round hout, it is'uow up to thu New will lie staged under military oi-'cin" iirnmciters- In say .Iho. .Morsi! Slimy, pavilion, next' ]WQ thcv are prepared to go through with! Balurdav luicrnoon. The two light or liot. ivdslils liavn liimi training fait ifully "If'tlii'v are ni'it" said Yfilliird'sl two weeks, anil will need PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY Vancouver lioylcey fans have just about abandoned alf hope of retaining lioHsenaion of llio Stanley Cup this season. Portland and Seattlo> look like the onet: to linlsli' one two In this season's campaign. These clubs are tied for the leadership and the pace "7 kill Uiey are setting has hecn a dizKy ono. ..i. Jsid hoalci Th t b enioj-ijig a rest chrlstma bill tllcv will set d a-Eilhl whlm c' tiie meet Seattle for the from nothing; bill Im.ving this week to keep will fc They will accent in trim, for Saturdays bout. Kn'llon one for .VVillard's firsl.i While .no decision will he given light Alter that battle, no malicrl from the ring, tho lio.vcrs being sat-, .will' b. -1.11131 islird. .to leave it to a ncwspiiptr ilc- lo other challengers." I tiim; this season" and Portland hooky no with Victoria. Hero is tho standing to date: Won-Lost .P. Seattle J .750 Portland....... Victoria........ Vancouver "i .500 fashion the nur tonight and .shook hands 6 boxen; j needs it tlm. there j WAR CAUSES OF ATHLETIC COM- PETITION IN CANADA CENTRAL WON INDOOR BASEBALL GAME EASILY Flcetwood'School Victims in Tourna- ment Game at V. M. C. A. from t-'Iinclies; etc., find if i vtv.; cjiva :i dmsion'-n" ciu.i' oi a muJ. To date trcali-r and O'Lcary have foei'.i iimililit Ln agree upon tin- official. Robert McDonald, who i.; the bout, has suggested Clayton Adams, but this selection is not saii.sfacl.ory lo Johnny .O'Lcary Central smothered indoor Uiseliall encounter at the Y. M, C .A. this mornliiK. IL was a school lioys' loiiruumgnt SHIHO. The result tvas .67 to JG. Th'c'teanis lined up as follows: Saugl Martin, C'oJIins, Coutts, Oliver. Morrison, I'ciinefather. M. Rslier. Next vs Ceiit-, '.'.30 Wednesday morning. id his manager. Jockey. Madrieu. It probable a conference between the i lioxrrs and the prompter will be held Fiouiwootl in an', today or when.tin; question of an ollieial will lie threshed out. Vancouver, W. C., 37. Thi) year which is now drawing to a close j Digestive Troubles cause headache, biliousness, constipation, impure blood and other unpleasant symp- toms.' If these troubles are neglected they weaken the body, and open the way for serious illness. Many chronic diseases may be traced back to indigestion that could have been immediately relieved by Beecharn's Pills. This well- known home remedy has proven itself, dependable, safe and speedy during sixty years' use. The fame of having a larger sale than any other med- icine in the world proves the dependable, remedial value of XECHMS PILLS Lareest Sale of Any Medicine En the World. Sold Everywhere. In liazei, 25 ccnte. Jolly Christmas Parties at Burdett AiiL CONSPIRED TO KICK HIM OUT Ed; Gviinner of Pittsburg Feds. Claims to Have Lost Vlttsburs, JJcc. GOOD PRICE GIVEN FOR THOROUGHBREDS. IN GOTHAM New York, Dec. today that the ?ale .at lifteen Uiorotigli- bred -bred and foaled in Eur- ope, for jihouj.. ;ui -average ot more than was-the heat show- ing of prices obtained for thorough- hreds in this state for inany years. The liorses were the property ot" C. H. MacKay and were bred on his farm in Normandy, France. Horse faneit-rs from -all over ihe east were among tho bidders in the sale conducted iiere ionighf. 'More than: 3000 persons at- tended. Jplm H. .Mori'is. ol Kentucky, paid {the km price, for Sunlight, a chestnut colt by Givinner, president of -the Pittsburg Fedural Ipaguis club, anub'uiced today that. through; with basehal! for all time, and that his iliu'a had H.ij qlaiiiis to jiaye b'eon lucked out ot'.'.hasnhall by tJip magnates oC tiie A'morican leagues, aided aud allotted by several of the Federal owp.ors. 'H'n to--be 'given' for! the iiuyroveuioiits ho made to the Federal grounds, and told to get 1m host prteQ..for (lie ylaycrs under con- tract. YANKEES TO PLAY GIANTS Now York, Dec. New York Tlaiional mid American league clubs -Jiave announced that a series oC three will be nlayed at the Polo Grounds, April 7, 8 "and 10 next. Tbis is the ilrst spriiitr exhibition series ever scheduled by the local clubs. NEW ATHLETIC SECRETARY TorontOj Dec. office..of sec- retary of the Ontario bnuich of the Amateur Athletic' "tTnioii' of bfting viicaied for tue present by'the attaciimont at Staff-Sergeant Walter Trivett to the 123nd battalion, Pre- sident Brownlee has itppolnted W. Smith to takp uu his duties. .Mr. Smith v.-as formerly connected with j old Eaton A. A. ami in the organ- isation of the Ontario baseball com- mission. lias been notable for the dearth athletic competition in Canada. all other countries athletic competi- tions have been conducted as in for- mer year's, but the rush oi Canadian representing all branches, lo the colors necessitated Hie cancella- tion ul practically every champion- ship event which has been staged in Canada in previous years. Fhom "do- ing their bit" on the athletic fields of the Dominion the cream of ath- letic talent ot Canada crossed to France, Flanders and the Dardan- elles, where they continue lo "do their bit" on Europe's battlefields. When records of the great European war are compiled the names oi Cana- dian athletes who tossed aside the spangles and shouldered the musket will fijrure prominently. The record of Cana- dian at... for 1915 will be a blank for the ilrsL time since Only in a isolated cases were tempts made to hold contests. Track j and field, swimming, football, cyclini Burdett, Dec, pleasant little affair took place at the break-up of the school for the Christmas holidays on Wednesday the'22mi. This was a presentation of a handsome writing set and a pair of sleeve links to the teacher by the pupils. Percy John- ston and Roger Kerkham made the presentation on bthalf of the ,piipils, which Mr. Mercer feelingly acknowl- edged. Golden, teamster, got severely hurt by the tongue oi a wagon strik- ing him violently in tlie abdomen. He was removed to Medicine Hat hos- pital. Christmas in Burdett Christmas in. Burdetl- was celebrat- ed in n joyful and thankful manner by those.persons who are not in the pessimistic brigade. The dark side oi life never appears here. The majority oi those people who believe that "ev- ery cloud has a'SHve" lining" must have been spending Christ-may in Bur- ami, in the west, horse racing, all} dttt. Among tlie different parties held ivcre abandoned this year. Hockey nlone, Canada's principal professional game, has survived. Every day Hods more-athletes join- ing the colors. Every city and small that given by Mr. and Mrs, II. Stcw- ary, C.P.K., was undoubtedly a meet- ing of optimists pi diltercut national- Cities. ..The gathering was supposed to be strictly Irish, but when a census in the country has was taken., of. those who were pros- ils quota, to battle .'ami many "Maple Leafs" are numbered amciig the fallen "somewhere1, in ent, it 'Vas found, that Goodyear ;was English, The following list contains the names of those pupils in tlie Central school who took over (JO per cent, in their examinations during the fall twin. Xames ave in order ot merit: Grade VIM. Mr. Stewart's Class Zcra Dunsworth, llilda Church, Jack Scott, John D cnoon, Erma DO.SSC, Leslie Hudson, Miriam Stov- er, John Crahb, Margaret (lihoona, Peter Smith, Alice- Maddick, 12v.i J3is- sett Lulu Kischel Uorts Smith Kalph Johnston, Evelyn Kipncn, Wal- ter Kwist, Win. Hanseh, Kate Rob- i crtson, Jessie Johnston, Kva Prar- j son, George Young, Ivy Lippinwell, j Dorothea Stacry, Alfred Towlc, Detia Mulf, Francis Porter, Arthur Mcll- vena, Inez .McGuire. Grade Miss B. Sharman's Class j Christine Nelson, Dagmar Sand- quist, Alec. Aitkcn, Percy Blunt, Constance Kurd, Jacob Mcst-ovitch, Marjorie liourns, Htiili (ialbraitli, Donald Marshall, Thomas Hardy, Al- an Robertson, Arthur Urceii, Lloyd Dunham, Dennis Macleod, Lena Fien- stle-K, Uohert Macdonald, Janet Mc- llvena, Lornu Simpson, (Jcrtie nian, Robert Haney, Hubert Hardy, G'enn Latlirop, Clarence, Virtue, Dor- 1 5 Stitt, Tda Cameron, Dorothy Alex- tinder, Gordon Morrison. j Grade VI. Miss Dawson's Class j Margaret Ktrachan, Frank Rhcine McQueen, Beatrice Fane, Karl j Pi'Crisu', Hoslyn McKinney, Wiimifred j Stonely, Harry llouneil, Douglas KU- vvyii, Lj'dia Hardy, Anita Crawford, Jack Johnson, Rose Uerger, Edgar j Lowlher, Gertie Stov-j _., Maud Seaman, Cecil Holt, John Smith, Dora Chaplin, Bordcn Hutton, Violet Sinclair, Eleanor Burrcll, Ma- Clifford Scott, Melville Reid, Hazel Perry, Leonard Scott, Willie McAdoo. Grade VI. Mis Birch's Class Bertie Alex. Ktraker, Eddie Sellens, Winifred Symonds, N'orman Underwood, Harold Bennett, Avis Stacey, Laurence Hill, Naomi Grant, Jarl Sandquiat, Paddy Bowman, Douglas Smith, Lillian Bennett, Cy- ril Kelly. Norman Cook, Milt-on -licks, Ethel Jones, Dorothy Mc- Queen, Bertie Rannard, Leo Good- nan, Margaret Tompkins, Harold 'Cemm, Virginia Daniels, Kenneth Gwendolen Ham, Rita Aird, James Livie, Muriel Hyssop, Mary Beth Fair field, Grace Bennett, Clarence ilorrison, Ross -lamly, Eric Bartlett, Grace Ro- saine, Doris Morrison. Garde V. Miss Trenhoime's Ciass Jack Aitken, Robert- Billy Aitken, Sam Hissstt, Alan Hamilton, Mabel Hill, Frank Gal-! iraith, John Cropley, Robert Irvine Grace Dawson, Lillian Beiifjon, Rol- and Kerr, Dorothea Allison, James. )enoon, Dorothy Jim Copley, Muriel HigiKCoiham, Harold McNabb Violet Humphries, Marjorie Seaman )el JIcAdoo, Harry Kerr, E-Ianley, Jean Mariott. Ian English, but niarned to au Irish- Marjorie Marriott Kathleen Ball sister oi the hostess. Hen- ar Archibald, Catherine Freeman, tersbott, C.P.R. was Canadian. Har- Seaman; Duicie Lippingwell, DIED UNEXPECTEDLY CARPETBALL-NOTICE- V( N The carnetball games between ihellmm Frazer, prominent In the indus- S. 0. B. and A. 0. F. lor the City Slffii jlrial Hfe of Nova Scotia, died Works Shield will be played on Wed-1 uuespectedly Christmas morning. He nesday evening in the S. 0. T3. hall. rose earlj-( ate breakfast, and, sitting at S o'clock Players are requested to j down shortly afterward, complained be present promptly Airin- lQf a pain in his chest. Closing terested are invited to be present. his eyeSj .he expjred almost at once. dei vey-was from 'Cornwall, Enelaim. Nora' Wellington, Verna. Hoselton, j Donaldson was froro near the "Banks Keta Wutnev, Jennie Christiansen. o Loch Lomond. McGalhard and his wife were from G-arren Tower Co. EASTERN CHRISTMAS HOCKEY Toronto lost the third consecutive game to the' Montreal "WaudererB. by to 5. The game jilayed at To- ronto. By a score of 3 to 2 Quebec defeat- 'Timely Hockey Advice IE you Have a badly sprained wrist, .be'sure and teli your onponents which jpne it is before the game starts. Jf someone bats yon across the phonograph, swallow a couple oi times. Broken teeth on the ice might interfere with the players and be- sides they make an awful mess. If.the referee fines you for talking go to the dressing: room and brinjr five dollar bill from yoiu Test Docket. It you only have the goal keeper to and be kneels-down, don't shout because you .might bit him in the eye. Should one of your .opponents break his stick, skate over, and give him yours. Human-Polar Bear When Harry Eliohsky wants to take some real strenuous, exercise, if that time ever comes, he probably will ar to have the Flatiron- building of NCKV Voile strapo Hose ilcDonald, Joe Lang, J Uhitncv leldv Fiskc, flalkr Carter Ralph Ott Patterson, Miss from Grade I. to Grade II.' Annie' Vcra Rosame, Smith, Gant, Helen Hnbliard, .Bradwin orth, George Vlevanocr Margaret Neve, Dan Clais.ll, Uorotln Ualliu Jean Oliver Hoss Seaman, Horriei Chaplin, Helen Jean Gal- braith, Dorotln Willctis, Reginald Crabh Mona VoMl Olive, Jack Reid lir) anb, Lj nn Smith, Marguerite Hamilton Ronald Hick. Clan Ml Mad. Smith, tluuld- Hetd, Jean I June .Ivv Shippobothani, Kate Ramsey Claw IV. Jessie Qhappell, Barbara Cockel, Jack Maveety, Ida 'Mcen, WinntG Albert Bradbcer. Grade I. Miss MacKay's Class Class to Grade II. K Mitchell, H Proctor, F. -Daw- sou, J Barr, D. Tjnderwood, G Tin- nm" J. Forbes, J Uickay, C Stra, "inn, J Carson, H Cropley, A< Marshall, M Hardy, 3! Furman, .1. Vsheroit, "VI Class II. J. ken, 51 Botliam, B Oragg, V. Ham, T Coupland, R Htssop, M. Knapp, H" Knapmau, A Btckman, B. Lingard, 13 Held Class III, ___ S Sinclair, I) Johnston, A. Long, D Levinc, b Let me, C Anderson, C S'veitzer, Bonnell, C Hutton, C "Vfel-illop, D Brown, B lleid, H. Alliss O Hiorkblad, G. Mero, J. Mcro, R. Miller. PUNISHMENT FITS THE CRIME (New York Herald) Vor Ins fourth offense iu spebdlfiS a chauffcui fined %W9 and lost his license The altj is the most practical of air, since in supnressing o'ne menace it pi esses, others P'Hting even 8 per cent of the rpeMess drners out of business would improve the judgment of ;