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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December THE LETHBRIDGE'.DAILY- HERALD THE HERALD'S WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON SKIPS CHOSEN BIG LEAGUE PRACTICE TONIGHT Christmas New Year Holidays FARE ONE-THIBD For the Bound Trip Between all stations on the Main Port Arthur to Vancouver and Interuieuiate branch lines. Tickets on sale December 22. 1910, to January 2, 1911, final return limit, January ForL further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent Canadian Pacific Railway Alta. CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA Excursions Lew Round Trip'Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale December i to Decem- ber SI inclusive, good to return trithin three months. Tickets Issued in conection with Untie Steamships will "be on sale from Nov 11 and limited to five months from date of issue. Knelt equipment First Class and Sleeping Cars and Pinme: on all Through Trains. Library Observation "Imperial Limited." FOR THE BIG HOLIDAY CURLERS HELD A MEETING Local curlers ,will get. limbered up tomorrow in preliminary games at the new. rink, preparatory to match games on Monday, at which sixty-four enthusiasts will celebrate the New Year. In accordance with the. time-honor- ed custom of the game, the first match' is -the President and Vice-President-of-'the club. At a meeting held last nign't the skips' were chosen for the match on January 2. The president's skips for the afternoon at 3 o'clock will be: John Bruce, Robert Scott, S. J. Shepherd and C." G. K. Nours'e. Opposing them, in order, will be thej vice-president's choices: William Oli- ver, Harry Beiitley. Hugh H. Stacey. j At S o'clock the: following will, act'Spence as skips for the president: M. Free-'- man, George W. Robinson, N. T. Mac- McCorVie leod, Duff. The ent's supporters, in order, will -be E. THERE'S CLA CKEY LEAGUE Hick-Sehl Won Opening Game, 4-2 Sporting Goods Out- classed Ottawas in the Second Good Crowd in Attendance There 'will be a district league team hockey practice tonight from 6.45 to 7.45. and the following players are re- quested to turn out: Dixon, .Dunn, Callahan, Mc- Davies, t Wells, W-edd, sporting goods for cold weather will be what you'll want. Our stock is replete with anything and everything i ou can ask for and goods of all kinds Al quality, the best made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAQ3 we show would be envied by a Corbett or a Fitzsimnions! Everything we now ohow in the sporting goods line is of superior make and soli at lowest ,'i-ices. The Lethbridge McCbrvie; Duncan, Henderson, pOrtlHg Goods CO. LINE-UP FIRST GAME- Bankers LEAGUE STANDING Hick-Sehl Team Sporting Goods 1 Wrigglesworth ,HiCA.Sehi 1 Jt Lawvers................... 0 "Dewey" Wedd 0 Won Lost Pet. LINE-UP SECOND GAME Sportin, Cover-point QttaVas 0 Dunning .000 U. Ryiands, K. D. Johnston, William Whvmark J-Tfiroiigti Express Trail Scott and J. Aird. All curlers who have stones will Schweitzer confer a favor on' the management by Centre Right-wing Left-wing Dunn" Dixon sending stones to the rink. Kobson A -bonspiel will 'be held, at facleod nest Wednesday and Lethbridge will BOASTS THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg, daily at 22JLOfc mak- Toronto for all MOOSE .points Bast and West thereof. The "ImperiaJ leaves -daily at 5.25k, and the "Atlantic at 19.00k daily, maMng con- nections at" Montreal 'for all points East Apply to the nearest Agent for Information send two rinks to compete. The lo- Tijere is class the Lethbridge city cal will be picked af- hockey League. This fact was estab- ter the New Tear games. Rinks to re- lished last night at the rink when Present en next uonspiel time for the conclusion" of the first Shepherd half Archie McCorrie with a dash McGillis carried ihe puck through the bunch and scored. Wed-d-came back instantly Devine for the Backers' and. scored "a long shot after a brilliant rush, two m'in- Sinclair utes irom the close of the half. That j_______ :half ended 2-1 in Hick-Sehl's favor.' Clarke Wells Goods Goal Point Rover Centre Right-wing Left-wing Ottawa Nicol Horce White, Heber, Howard, Bra- 412 Fifth St. South PATRICK BOYS GO EAST Lacrosse WILL STAY AT HOME AND PLAY NELSON HOCKEY PLAYERS .ORGANIZE Deyman Nelson'. from the -toast .that'.Lester and Frank Patrick, Howard the two hockey starts, would play for "''astern teams this winter, were definitely contradicted -by the organ- ization of the Nelson hockey club, with_ Lester: as manager, and Frank .a member .of-the; executive. .-'Both have Brayson McGuire decided to'play with the ''Nelson team; SECOND-HALF The dashing tactics of Wells on the i which will be.'heard of in Western erabie period, then Sinclair eased one cocksy -tcis winter I in-for the. Sporting Goods J. In Addition to the Patrick Towards the close of the halt a combination plav -hr Callahan and Lethbridge will also be chos- the Hick-Sehl team triumphed over BankersMeft artful manoeuvr Dunn result.ed in Bother goal for the week to go-to the Edmonton the Bankers 4-2 and the Sporting Vns, ol iiC_CcJr7ie ancj Sportsmen T ,c i isatures oi tne second halt, ana t on January is. Goods overwhelmed tie Ottawas Clarke showed on the! SECOND HALF well. known Harry .being captain stars, wili-p of the team. -J. F. Thompson and L.; K. Steele-' two others of the execu- EASTEKN 'CLUBS AEENOT EAGER CON JONES, OF VANCOUVER, RE- PORTS LITTLE OF CUP SERIES IN 1911 Vancouver, Dec. return of President Con Jones, of the Vancou- ver Lacrosse Club, from, his Eastern without contract in his jeans was rather disappointing to local lacrosse enthusiasts who had led to believe that the trip was In- live, will also take the ice. .A strong Goods overwhelmed tie Ottawas Clarke showed on the 6-0, in the opening games' ot the Bank line-up to time. Wedd j piav started fasYand furious in the 'igaeue is bein- formed V thl league. ..There was class to the ap- made some and Clarke j half- McGiliis, after .o s t t, all clubs- are developing and gaily-colored uniforms there was When this j class I class is" to'the clever stick-handling'and McCorvie pulled tteyracfc'out; of scrimmage and snotjflrus., ;s to .the erowa tnat saw tae game. T.-- Clarke took a shot whic on :its wav rgood shot, slick ".and clean. -Devine crowded; the.''goal and but--Nichols' weather naiied the ANNUAL TO II. S. POINTS Low Bound Trip Fares Te ST. PAUL, MINN EAPO LI S, DULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, Wit CHICAGO, on sale, Dec. 1 to 31 inclusive Good" to return within three months. Apply' to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for full information. CLAIM1N? "late'Pick and shot it jsale 'outside, ING RiNK.-lN WORLD. j.jor improvement in the teairs in. ev- -1--- .1.- 'ery considering the Moose Jaw, Dec. new curl- SCnnt practice .the teams nare had, OSe ,-TT. --r CANADIAN TEAM-WON. IN BOSTON ing rink, which has -ten sheets of ice orbing to adverse weather 1. ___ and is claimed to be the largest rink the showing all.round was highly com i.went- on ?ther-ienc.e for three minutes. dftrf P- dnlteci with with the -Bankers immediately io-'nt- commencedito get Play McGuire .under one roof .in the was op- mendable. ened and 'dedicated to the roaring .game today. From the hour of open- THE CROWD opponents nursed the kaiae- "through. McGillis ,-slip.ped in another goal in Brooks oassed to Clarke, who found -twdvei--mumtes, and Sinclair scored The stand was. not filled' to its ut- phe net three minutes from tune. ing large crowds of curlers and spec- "UL "41CU l" ur ..J_ t-hA most opacity by_ any means, but their invaded the building and the officers of the club declare the was a fair and a lively in- SPORTING GOODS AND immediately afterwards. A regular bombardment was kept up on the Ot- THE OT-, tawas' Nicols making- some-.ex- rink has given a big boost to the game The lighting was not. too bad and TAW AS CLASH' The second t'cellent The Ottawas showed a (revival towards the finish, .but j_ .LUI, unu. Dettveen-Lue opon; tjjino' went their op! orients. ana tnat .tne.-present, se -on pe-0bly, was in good ing Goods and Ottawas had no'more lahan twice found the net within two promises., to be the most prosperous Twenty minute halves were, than got under way when CaHahan minutes Ol time. manoeuvred out of a scrimmage-aad McGuire fir'shpd yn by getting i slipped the puck into the net. p -t on the-fence for the finish'ns; mom- I The game started og with a vigor- The first. game-between Hick-Sehl ous clashing and. clinking of sticks. sat- 'Bos'ton, .Dec. hoc- key team of St Michael's College, Toronto. defeated the here-in, a "hard and fast .score of 5 to :3. There" '-was--: a large -T there were-iew fancy figures in tne excitement was-., nigh.. .The _. KQdt Tno TvatmnnJc i1-, _. A -.-K.O East. Tne Isationals, the year's cham- -'Canadians were, ,the ,___ stead., it was a and. not until Sir. Jones struck Montreal on his way home did he even think of the national About every lacrosse player of any consequence in the' ;east interviewed Mr: Jones at while he was there, and admitted that the coast looked good to them, providing money .-.was in evidence when the tune.caxne to .board spring. This -was only encouraging feature cf the: trip, for it showed the local la- crosse if he really out 'team'next year it would hot a Siffcxilt matter to land gieX players: Safertek-in iEast Low The salaries'.paid the coast look- good to -those-.-Eastern players, for U-VAJ., J_ club's history. An interesting piayed..m both games, schedule of competitions is being -pre- pared and a big bonspiel is- arranged, and an effort will be made to secure the provincial spiel for 1912. AJNJJ KAlSlJvilKo THE OFFICIALS 'better team. Athletics Regina, Dec.. defeated Sas- as Uatchewan league, last night, Western EXCURSIONS SESTGLEFARE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP From all stations -in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Manlto ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to Vancouver Victoria and Westminster Tickets on sale December 15, 16 and 37, 1.910; January 20, 21, 22 and 23 and February 14, 15 and 16, 1911; good to re- turn within three months irom date of issue, to nearest C. P. Ry. ;v_orof.4- fni- fjjlj A STRONG AT YALE KISTLER LIFTS MORE WEIGHT THAN KILPATRICK New Haven, Dec. hold- ing the intercollegiate strong man re- cord for three years. Johnny. Kilpat- Tico; Yale been forced to surrender it- to Erie Kistler, the Yale full-back. Kistler came into prominence as an eleventh hour selection for the football eleven, being picked for the position only three days before the Yale-Princeton game. He was chosen for his great strength, as much as for his football skill, and his work in .'the Yale-Har- Haxvard and Yale-Prinseton games was first-class. The records made by Kistler in the strength competition show his won- derful power in the purely strength tests. That Is, in the lifts he excels any other competitor who ever took the tests at the .university gymnasi- um. His back lift was the greatest ever shown by a candidate for strength records. He lifted 620 pounds. Kilpatrick was able to show a lift of only 450. pounds, and Ted Coy, the former Yale football star, j whose record Kilpatrick broke when he won the title, lifted but 400 pounds. Coy. who held the title of strong by 8 to "4. and was ihe best exhibi- The players were eager tor the iray. i Referee Duncan gave excellent tion. There penalties neces- xhe Sporting Goods had it on their isfaction in both games. His judg- sary i; the play was clean and clever opponents, and after the first half the ment was impartial, throughout, passing and team work issue never in doubt. Davies in judge of plav in the first game found being much in-evidence. jgoal for the Sporting Goods, was re- little to ro Vrnej clean. Hick-Sehl monopolized the puck the quired to ext-end himself but once Matty Matheson, made a hit in the forepart oi the game and scored the throughout the game, while Nichols second earr-e ns -udrr of and first goal in 6 minutes, the result; oi on the. opposite net was kept on the. was right of anv who were a scrimmage around the net. The alert every moment of the game. Not-i to be rough, and gave them Hardware men, continued to .press withstanding the one-sidedness of deserts. their opponents and.Wriggleworth, in scoring, the game was spectacular. The four clubs had their amateur the Bankers' goal was required to There was a' Tim and a flash to the forms all --filled out and signed. The bring all his skill into acquisition in efforts put forth by- the players. Ottawas had reason to register a stopping the Sying rubber. altics cowards the "last were quite -in protest against Dunn, but it will not The Bankers soon after commenced vogue. Sinclair, Dunn and McGaire; likely be'pushed. to liven up and the middle of the first decorated tbe fence towards the close, i The next schedule game is on Tues-, FEARS FOR OLD..CUB half was marked by very even play. After the first was made. _it day evening nest, Sporting Goods vs. Just three minutes from the call of' was a and tuck game for a consiu- Lawyers. ,i_pions, had a comparatively cheap team though .of course Lalon'le earned a lot paid the other players..' with the exception of two or did not get .very much. seemed toj-'be a general im- pression that ..the Minto Cup is rooted New Westminster, and Mr. Jones did. find a single clnb prepared to adroit that it would challenge next fall in case, of winning the N. L. U. championship; the. opinion being that it .would be folly to make the trip j West, which does not look any. too promising for a Minto Cup series next year. VISITS SPOKANE Spokane, Dec- Tinker, in- Con. Jones can't coar -the eastern 'plnyers he wants to Vancouver, for -have they not figured better to live on a siaall salary when the pea- s good than to wander in far countries they feast on the The Ring WOLGAST IS BEADY TO BOX would make a good card in Milwaukee "If I come through that bout all right I will make ready to take on Moran at any timer but it must be ov- er a forty-five round route. This is the championship distance, and there j is absolutely no chance of me meet- ing1 the P-ritcz until he agrees to a scrap over the Tvlarathon route. I had to go that far to get the title and I don't intend to let it slip away from me in a ten or twenty-round affair. This ought to be satisfactory to Moran if he is as anxious as he says he is to meet me. "I see Nelson LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION WILL- ING TO TAKE ON McFAR- LAND OR .BROWN IN MONTH Milwaukee, Dec. Wolgast, champion lightweight of the a dead one and all he needs is a bur- has been talking The Turf TENNESSEE TURFMEN WANT of the OlUcago Oibs, one of the fOOCjs that make the stomach inptt .notent coss in-the.greatest base- i _ machine of modern times, "is in Spokane. The diamond hero ff" landed last night from .Boise, and. with his wife -and Mr. and .Mrs.. J. F. Bitts, also of Chicago, is stopping at the Ho- tel Pennington. While not breathing pessimism. Tinker admits to a fear that the Nashville, Tenn., Dec. effort intergration of the famous old infi_eld; RACING LEGALIZTD will be made during the coming s-es- combination is inevitable. sion of the legislature to legalize rac- ing in Tennessee, placing it under "I am afraid Evers .will never be] the same he says. "He has the control of a State Racing Commis-! suffered from a Potts fracture and his sion. A bill is being framed, it is .un- derstood, fashioned after the law in concludes the champion. "He's iforce in Kentucky. Passed several years will be ready to .get back .into H He wants a fight'let him betting on horse races was pro- a of thousand good state. The bill was ring within another month, and wants j to see the color of Brown's Packey ilcFarland not ex- to show that he is in good faith, then! foug.llt: with vlgor by Persons interest- This information arrive1! here today in a letter from Wolgast to one cf ihe man a year, being deposed by Kil- i off icers of the Badger Athletic club. Patrick, left only one record which! Ad in Milwaukee and has not been broken by either Kil- i is not backward in announces his ed [was tbe and the that it would de- of fine horses in the fact that tl ankle now is swelled up to twice its natural size. I never yet heard of a i to him." Wolgast's announcement means he will probably be matched with Packey McFarland before one of the local clubs next month according to the j thl announcement or local promoters this bm was afternoon. McFarland backed out. in' his last agreement to mix with Wol- great ball player fully recovering from i that sort of an injury. Chance for Cconcy "I certainly hope Chance puts me j back on -third base, for that's my old I j and T do Hfce to cut 'em acros sjj Your man' Cooney, is sure to be given a thorough I FOR PIANO VOTES TOMORROW The Last Chance patrick or Kistler in the later tests, j wishes, according to the following ex-' gast. but it is thought he will readily T3e showed a lung capacity of 430 cu-' bic inches, against 328 for Kilpatrick tract from the champion's letter: (accept the terms set forth by the "I was up to see my doctor on champion in his letter today. j says Woigagt. "He re- j _ __ Kietler's total, in points, was i ports my arm progressing in fine to for Kilpatrick and shape. I am. not willing to take a auu oov Texas }s so fast that Us for Coy. His margin of superiority, i chance with the wing right now, but i cities are outing out of the smaller some 200 points, indicates that it will j will be ready for anyone in a month. baseball classifications. Tbe Tsxani be years before his record IB broken, i "If 'Knockout' Brown wants a fight, claim that they actually have more unloss he himself fractures it before let him name Ms terms. Tbe same i people in eight towns than tts-o or he -college. He is a senior in goes, with Packey I three of the leagues that have always the Scientific School. It in Denver. Hisjmset him, at the same weight he was I to make for Attell. Lew Powell and I been considered twice as important in general standings. Ity oi one vote. The contention was raised at the time that the passage of such a bill would injure the breeding interests of biggest '7 out for a tour of the north- and have a five or six weeks' itinerary mapped "oat that would takejj me to Daile and other towns this sitle of t.lte Bui that trip would hold me so long that I'd probably have the state. Several of the breeding farms were wiped out. The to uo asking ,or a few the oest owners were unable to meet even their lot Chance again -on that spring wam- running expenses under the new con- j ine ditlons and the stock was sold. and x to any .For Every Cent of Your Purchase Of Anything in Our Store TOMORROW "lip- -to O'Clock Give You PIANO 'VOTES. 10 at be given away 9 o'clock sharp. i ruoie. It's no use talking brotherhood you're only courting men to Larry McLean says -that if he ever retires from baseball he will join a fire department. Ke could do great service j All Piano Votes Must he Fre- us by 6 O'Ciock. Received Later. havo them boost your ecclesiastical by impersonating burdens, j der. the ;