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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 1IE LETHBRJPGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'8 Christmas OUT TO WIN TABEK HAS ICE TABElf TO CARRY OFF DISTRICT LEAGUE '-HONORS TEAM GOOD ACCODNT New Year Holidays FAKE ONE-tHIRD For the Bound Trip Between all itatlona oa the- Main Line, Port Arthur to Vancouver and Intermediate branch lines. Tickets on aale December 2J, mo. to January 2, 1H1, final return limit. January 1911- For further apply to B. MITCHELL Tleket Agent Canadian Pacific Raitwty Lethbfldgo, CANADIAN w PACIFIC ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA Excursions Lew trip to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces on iale December 1 to Decem- ber good to return within three, monthi. in conecttoa irlth At- lantic Steamahipg will be on sale from NOT n and limited to five montha from date equipment. Standard" cSS and TbuTiir Sleeping Carv and pSm.- m on all Through .Tratoa. Compartment Library ObBerrmtion Limited." ther up, the.curlers aie.i going around ..iwittt J broad smiles., and' a Scotch The curling .rink no, ..zooi on ss yet, -but Baldrey- and- a BROKE AERIAL RECORD New Orleans, Dec. 3> Simon, the French aviator, this broke the world's record tor monoplanes when he circled the mile track in a twenty-mile-an -hour wind in fifty-seven seconds flat. This is the fastest mile ever made by a monoplane under any conditions on a mile course. The machine was a fifty horse power Bleriot and Simon drove .the- dangerous turns at an angle that threatened to 4> send him ".sliding off the air ban' thr. ground. He tiated these curves with per- feet control however. liltil 1UUUU. CU report of the affair, a blow over the proachisg the number of deaths heart was the oyise of the death. due to boxisg contests that have oc- UeiC'O was the victim. He was sparring at Jack'O'Brien's club against Stanley Rogers, "when he received a solar- curred thus far this season. Was in the third round sendinghim The death- of John "Pannender atito the mat with terrific force. Green night makes the I The other Philadelphia death was rIV fatality of this yatr. ait of boS _____ Theae ef the. prize rliif ilxtk and last :rouad o. a bout at CLUB THAT ROW- STOPS THE FIGHT ER IN QUAKER CITY far U ta< scuth at Philadelphia, Dec, new po- waere a in Uncle BW- iiee regulition, empowerins the club phjgician to stop a boxing bout whtn with tte m deems It necessary, two er tarn. im a Beiims lufflelpmt to attract general ytan for the first time today at al Athletic club. Phil McGovem of Brooklyn, n t rented from continuing his mat" A j O'Ktefe, of this city, r iia-' Govern had been knocked dewi fifth round. In the judgment 4 .tke referee both men -were in to continue the full six roundi, the w IB aare exper- One death occurred at L. I., lait July, when Grant of Tuck- boy im the Oar- Hotel, in a at. 111 afiiBBt Tommy Welsk, am- etaer of'.Grint'fe own weijit JL few. are, ,i.n Buffalo, "Kla" Hylamd. a. Buffale died as rwmlt ef a at the Club taat eltf. Ome all aeci- ienced teiert, imjuries were re- Jn teuts, before ree- One ef HM in ;wai tiat of a ten. boy, irkete ring were tae ealy aeana ef