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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKIDGE JQAILY HEBALP PLAYS HOeKEY HERE NEW YEARNS DAY Full Practice of Local Players Called Tonight to Pick , ' Team to Oppose Last Season's Champions tVlNCHSS The I.elhbrldge skatlnts rink this j.Ujc situutlon of llie Kftine In tlio tivetiiiig betiw-een (i.30 and 7.80 will be | province has bora in u uirnioil and thrown oiicn to tlie clly en moag, the;In the sou-Sh here we hHVc been able ' oh'Jcbt behiK to select the best ma-;to see what wias inimp only in a t�rl�I (or a team to meet the Taber 6haniiw here on the holiday. ThlB ie a league rixlure, theflrvt mutch in the outhern acctlpii of the league. vague light. The residence clause is now, for that inattcr, the bone of contention, being too narrow In sway moylncial itOHUitHiP Calgary athletes. The " � ' clause, wouldn't permit this te.im play. Neither team-wijl be in first-class ilng certain of Its star men, therefore condition for the melee, the lack oC ;iho backers of the Athletics proceeded proper' weather anfl late opbnlng of,to flglrt, by attempting to form a Stifles For Hunting you will shoot  WinehostorJ always: Thit's because Win^f cbMtcr riBca after a test of^B over thirty years represent. today in sccuracy, reliability and qt^aiity, the highest dev�lv on Salv Gentlemen's - $5.00 Ladles' and Children's  .. .$ 3.80 Ska to While (lie Skat in o-1^ Good. The Electric Theatre at .MagratU ito-j for a purse of J200 and 00 and 40 morrow night wiU be the scene � a [percent.^ of thj'gaie._ hot wrestling bout.' .1. V. RUlson, the ' ' I*     � *    � � MeVEY GAINED DECISION OVER SAM LANGFORO J A good boxing preliminary will b� ^ put on between Gregson and Gould, a pride of the aoiuh. will mee-: Carl This starts immediately after - the .j, Bngch in u fightto-afinlsh go, two of aliow, at 10 o'clock. The main boi'ic3ij[ three falls to win. .The bout will be , will follow right on. !* Sam McVe.y gained the tl�-clsion over Sam Langford in Sydney,. Austitilia, yesterday after twentr. rounds p-J fierce fighting. ;'i'ommy Burns, on , the #ppt,:~^�tf^. flatly that. ^ lV�(er?Vji^yji.H6**ll�;^ BATTLING TALKING Ellison Throws Down Big-Sized Gauntleil '^s^Si1PSf;?SS �r^^:imm^^ -^^^ i, writlus to the Herald Elli�on;a(tiic:h.e8fto his, napie. thej^^ 1. says he is pr.epuredr'Gimmpiob Middleweight ot Western Cahada,l'-':i�ud says he will give any tnnn who wishes to dispjite his right to the.title.ten !>Qiinds in weight. .1. V. ICIllsou from Cardston to meet Theo. GilbertHon or uiiy other man before Jamiary Ui for u siJe bet. fnirse or anything else worth '�-hile. New York, ttec. 28,'-^Battling Nelson has taken .ddi'an|iis^^of: the ill-ness of ^Ad \Vqlg(>Ef, t.he. ligl&iweight champion, to (30itie qiit in the open with a renewal 'qthiir 4^.^p all Ught-weleUts. . .Tijbiigh forfeits. -frjhe ha84%�niofjitedia;,eheq�^^ W.ilOO -*-'to ctlnc^t^a"v^i^.\y.He-jafettius bis to be \^WU VI:T\ 1 E^/AlVi|^^^ sues he will look after a lacrosse TO VISIT THE j team in the 11. league. Arranae meiits 11 trip EAST Enjoy Skating and Latigh at .the Cold Xotwitbstandlnif the e.xtneme cold] battle with eld .iacic'and it wag'with Inst eveniug fiufleii throng of skatffrsj reluctance tliat the last left tlie ice atteadance.^ at the rink. lt\^^!^ ^"''"'"P^ '^c lights. ..^ I 'I he rink last evenlui to with ' Eaatern'^and Weatern Lacrosse Magnate* Come to Understanding Toronto, Den. 2S.-It is stated In! inner circles that the conference be-; tween Con Jones and the Tecumaehi---- and Tprontoa yesterday hud. resulted.; Edmonton, Dee. 38.-Lauder wllU iripst'satisfartorily to all tpncerned.;leave .Medicine Hat within the next' J.opes. it is said, was asked to name-few days'o come to Edmonton for his; the players he moat wanted and that.ntteen vouiid bout with .loe Bailey on I were in were-gone Into yesterday for took a Jiealthy-^conalltutlon lo w>i"-j ^uh the first' skating party of the east of Con clones' chumplon stand .lack {iVo�('when he is cavort-;,Bei80n,= glvert by .\Iv. E. Butler, and Vancouver team. . around at a '-'S below clip and a jail those who attended took the greai- - �� ,haK dozen turns around the rink was, est pleasure in a good skate on good ufficient to make the huskiest, of the j ice.  V,   sliatcrfi hunt the stove. But ibey all; .Anotlier skating party will ji� there seemed- ro eiijoy the pleaatire ot a''-.......- "- LAUDER FIGHTS IN EDMONTON K^ltit'lanS will Oat Ntw Unlforpa TlU'io iiro out or two proiniiwH. cllizciiti ill LetlihridKc who have u warm regard tor tlie Caledonian PHu', Huud oC ihl.s city and as an evidence of I hat regard thoM' gentlemen are conlemplatiug assisting the band in the purchase ot a full set of bvaiid new kilts, tunics, and other nccwsoc-ics. Tluisfe new unlforin.s will ho Im-poricil specially from the lond ot the lieaUiov. The Kilties band have nta'dc tlii'iusclvw! very popular here and they di'.snrVc i\ll the support they can Ret. It l.s very pvobable t-hai the Dry FarmlnK Boosters' }�pcclal ttijln next year will carry the KiHle.Sj who will surely 'roiisp tiie inhabitants with the sitirl ot the pipes.  '  ' Bijou Theatre^ Till!! co.sj' and luodcru theatre which is ntiw Uic People's Favorite owing to tlie warmth and comfort wliicli tlicif patrons arc all guartin-t*cd, and the slirling value tlie public get for their money on account of the clearness wuf careful selection of, the pi,cturcs shown; is nbw the.lead-ihR place ol iimM.sctnent in the city. Tlic management always, study to please the public iind their crowded houses .r^.;^i^t;8j4Bto. SIX-DAY GRINDERS VERY DISATISFIED the locals a'iiowod or disallowed each as the case mlfvht bo. As a resjuk.an amicable settlement was reached and there is little likelihood of any bidding against one aiiother or couse-(inent boosting of salaries. It is rumored that Fresidem .limmie Murphy, of the .N. \i. U., may go to the coast to least. .laimary 3rd. This iviil bo the first promoters Pocket Major Part of Pro-bout, 8i.aKed by the Cdmontou Athletic! eosds-SBOO First prise-ror-Ciub, and Will for the cliampion.| eisners are Disgusted ship of Canada, weat of the Great Lakes, the winner having the privilege New Vork, December 27.-The riders o7 me'euiTg OTlV'-Ananlor participated in the recent ai-t-day gan belt,-either tn Rdmonton or in thel'^^e Madison Square Garden, New JOHRSOTl AND FUNN FURNISH NEXT BIG BOXING BOUT Jack Curlcy Trying to.Bring the Sig Heavyweights Tegstheir-New York Club Bids Salt Lake, Utah, Dec. :i8-Jack Cur-ley ot ClUcago, manager ot .liin Plynn I Florence Lawrence at Starland i Florence lyawiencn has twcome a fa-! miliar and popular character with Starland patvptis, and her appearance on tlie screei/is always greeted with deiiglited anticipation Her la.test experience is told in the photoplay called "Through .lealous Eyes", an amazing train o( circunfitances dp-picted in this picture caused Mrs. Bedford to believe that her husband, Hr. Uciliord, was in love with liis of-lice nurse, Flo. As a matter of fact, it was her son .\rtliur who loved ami was engaged io I'lo. Her cions i.eacht'd a clima.v when a aiuK from ilic d.octor addressed ............V � -i|vu v,.e nurse. There was a scene purse, win, lose or draw, for'fc finish | i.^iwcen iln; two women. The note, battle with Flymi for the heavy;�'olght! ,i,j.t,^ , summons to Flo. to � bring the doctor's iiiRcniuiculs to a Ije , pro- (n-imi,, place wliere Arthur had been- When .Arthur was Uroughl home and the whole afiair ;;;i:;:p;;;;o^tion madb �-"ord's ieaiousy day. The message to Curley says: 'Yo 1 ^ l'l'�' own Id guarantiee ,lack 1 note m groK'j receipts than tho riders had e.\-!pectedl In previous races the men rode i^;.!""-^"" -^ - specified priaes and in addition worc;"'"""'^"'"'"'''. ii!>iH hnniiaoH from *he Dromotc. Chicago, Jack Curley, the. ..uo ha,i �20,0fl0 for his share'prilie I to the nur.se. paid bonuses from tthe proinocc . This year the race was inn on the per-j'�ot�^'". �lll meet '�'"0' PoUc^k pro-, .  , , ,, contage basis, the agreenient bRing''"o'�'" of the events at the .Madison!'  "'J''""'-that the riders receive 30 per cent oP,S'l"'>ie Garden in -New York and-ills.! tho llrat $60,000 gross receipts and :;'ii{t respeciiveiy. i Frank L. Kramer, who, with .lames jMorant llhlahed'second, said tie was !))erfec:iy etalilsfied, as his lioniiaB alone I amounted to about 93000. The other joxireine is the Gulled down,.a prize of 9110. fu 'addition it is said they received 97.10 hpiacp bonus, This twin, with tl'ie iolhej' foreiguers wofe not reserved in expressing itlioir optulon of the pro-I inbterH and all declared that they could not be Induced to come to New Vork fer 20 rounds or to a finish " he salih. Curley expects to be in Chicago next i Sunday. , ' Johnsen Wants 3b,0iBl>eii Miiiiday Malliiee, Jaii. It^. cUned to say prisltlvely whetUor he , , , ..... wenld accept (he offer - to meet .rim i their wholfts6inB chai- Ply,,,, . � ! �s well as their strong (|rania- "It if! doubtful If I do," he si^ld; "Toin H"' iiili"pst. O'ltourke of New York has offerpd me a 920,000 purie, my opppiient tp , be picked later, and I am oonsidcrliig aii Australian trip which will net iiie oven more ibah that. "The Shepherd of the Hills" "i'lic suni'sr.ful prosentation of ilnj �|liivp piistoval play at the Majestic "I aiii willing to meet in.vnri any- j (licahc delighted a' fair audience. The where tn tho world." he said, "butiliei purse must bo 9!10,o6o.'' again. .COVENTRY SCAT �RINTPORO if.^ plot is '.veil (li:iined throughout ihi^ iMeee and .hilcrmltigled with an at-ti'acli.ve !ftvo stoiy there aro uiany uiiuuiiii:!; incideii'.s in the "piay, not jorgotliiig specially the session of the ' dlstrlol, school, which was provocu-Hve cif much iiierrimenl, Mr. V^ck- hardt aguin (sBaycd u part whichi , ; iv.v; I v ";;V''V. ii" ! suited him admliahlv, iiaii�.ly, tlmt'la.sl mailt .obvlouMy nppcoml ^^(Ml! .9in(� time ifiso v II liuVf of the counlrv lad Toby Tompkins,; cast. Ttmig^t the play will'he ''The ^ liinliy of cijm.pnrliig .npif jwho is always fond of fmi-maklnB. I Hi^^liopls OavrljiRfl", and those w)io Thtlgsistiiig mombers of the cast saw the AllPU rinyers in this jilay aijI^ppor-V n9i93 Avitli. the production \n bo. glycii' liy.^ tlw >^'Hck-hanlt company. ",.. ' \ ;