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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE TED LEWIS OUTFOUGHT THE FORMER LIGHTWEIGHT CHAM- PIQN AT EVERY TURN .Now. York, Dee. Ted Lewis of England, outfought Willie KiMiie of San Francisco in every round except one of their 10-rouiul bout at Madison Square Oaf don last, night. Ritchie was the aggressor at the outset of every round, hut. failed to follow up his advantage with force or cleverness sulliciently to nwrk him as the master of the Englishman. Only in the third round did Ititehiu liavc anything like an even break with his opponent. Ritchie was willing all of the way, showing pluck and at the .end of the bout appeared to have lost little of his speed. Ritchie's best blow was ;i left jab to the face, but Lewis used left and right hooks at will, ami his fast footwork made it difficult for the Californian to. land an effective, blow. most effective attack was a short left-arm jolt to tbu head, which ARISTOCRATS OF HORSE WORLD PURCHASED IN VANCOUVER AND BROUGHT TO EDMONTON Edmonton, 13ec. n. Mill- ar, South, aiiivcd in j town on Christmas Day with a pair of chestnut horses purchased in Van- couver lor His Honor LUut.-G over nor i llretfc, The pair consists of the im- ported hackney mare "Lady iMath- 1 ins." her mate the chestnut geld- ing both standing It! hands high, ami formerly owned by Andrew Laidlaw, of Victoria, H.C., HiR'hie seemed unable to avoid and and well known as probauly the best suftered. as a consequence. Lewis big pair of high .stepping unmarked at the end of tlic bout, hut Ritchie, besides having a cut over his right eye, bore evidences of the los- ing, wul of a fast encounter. Lewis weighed and Ritchie horses in the Dominion of Canada. "Lady Mathias" is possessed of su- perb beauty and is of ultra-fashion- able bred by Thos. Neill, of Shawhill, Ilurlford, Scotland, and being sired by whose progeny include more Winners at Lon- ('011 ('urui8 "1C fcw years than any- other horse in the British Isles. His only rival lias been his half-bro- ther, the well known "1'olonius." "Ophelia" the dam of Mathias and 1'olonius, IK the greatest hackney mare England ever produced. Alex. Galbraith, superintendent of fairs for. the province of Alberta, and one of j the judges at the Panama Exposition, states that a few years ago, in com- pany with Robt. Graham, of Tor- onto, well known as one of the best- horse judges on the continent, be SKATERS NOTICE Skate Hie Old Year out and the New year in lit the Audi- torhini rink tomorrow night. Skating will commence at pS o'clock and will continue till. 12.15. The iband .will be in attendance. Tlie at. the Auditorium last night was in condition best yef. Nearly two hundred skaters were on duck, a good showing against a strong counter attraction at Ike Majestic theatre. FIXED" GAME IN ORDER TO WIN GREAT SE-NSATION By a solitary point, the A. 0. F. c.u'pfrtball team wrested the city championship and the City Sign Works shield from: the Sons of Eng- land at. the S.O.B: hall last night. The game was won by the last bull 01 the evening Wheutcroft rolling a i went to see while in Veatity that laid two for the win- Scotland, and was very much suc- nersr It is safe to say that last! tc a high class indi- jntht's, games were the closest and1 "dual arid show horse, as well as a must evenly contested of any that Srcat producer. Mr. Galbraith stales lunc bean played in the city. The S.: lhal "Mathias" is today in the same captured the first game, the Klass tlie renowned "Danegelt" visitors the second, and 'the third i was some twenty years ago. linislied a draw. Two extra ends were I Mathias was brought to the S.O.E. laving one in the country in 1909 by Dr. K. A. Roberts, of B. C., and was aftcnvanls sold to Andrew Laid- law, of Victoria, C., for is a half-bred hack- ney, and was bought by Mr. Laid- law in the United States to mate "Lady Mathias." He is, as his name implies, possessed of courtly manners and an aristocratic carriage, and f.T'tt and.the Foresters laid two the second, the--last hall pf the ev- ening winning :the game. The score was as fellows '1st game, S.O.E., 1-1 A.O.F., 8. 2nri game, S O.E. 7 3rd game, S.O.E., 8; A.O.F., 8. Twu "t.vti-a ends giving S.O.E. 1, A.O.F. 2. London, Dec. great sensation has been caused in football circles England by a report issued this even- ing of the commission of the Foot- ball Association on the result of the mn.tfih between Liverpool and Man- chester United on April 2nd, Tlie report shows that 'the match was pre-arranged between the players for the purpcse of betting and win- ning money. Thereby the commission found it proved that sums of money had changed bands hy the betting'tin- t-he match, and that the players had' profited thereby The commission permanently sus- pended four Liverpool players J. Sheldon, R. Pursell. T. Miller and Fairfoiil three of the Manchester Turnbiitl, A. K. J. West; and one Chester player] from taking part in playing football or football management, and they'ai'e not allowed to enter any football groundsill future. CANT PIPE LONG Dec. myself nor tlie Canada Western Natural Gas company, with which I am connect- ed, has anything to do with the pro- position now on fool to pipe gas to Winnipeg from the Alberta oil declared Eugene Cosie today. "The names of both myself and the com- pany have been connected with this undertaking in various ways, but. want It to be understood that we liavi nothing whatever to do with it. To pipe gas a distance of something lik 800 miles IB no small task, and I have not yet reached that stage in con nection.witli natural jjas development where I desire to undertake any such responsibility. Indeed, I look upon the scheme as impracticable, because .1 know of no place in America where natural gits is carried over 220 miles. Two- hun- dred' miles is regarded by practical gas men .as about the limit to whioh natural gas can bo carried with any degree of- satisfaction, and when a pipe Hue extends over that distance extra pumping are a very expensive neces- sary." On the evening play the A.O.F. PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY is j be I. Still win by the "one point, 28 to 27. Pivs. Ox'land of the S. 0. E., in presenting the shield to the winners, congratulated them, and expressed the opinion that' the game would be boosted by last night's matches. well adapted in every way to be idni.tifted. with. Government House. He j Portland possesses excellent conformation, and Seattle inherits extreme speed from his fast Victoria DEFEAT OF EDDIE McGOORTY CAUSES SURPRISE AMERICA Chicago, Dec. of Eddie 'JUGocrly's record failure in his fight H' Sydney, Australia, with Les iV-Arcy, -who claims the middleweight championship of the world, caused errprisc in sportdom on thiscoutii Opinion is practically unahimoi: .iha'i. D'Arcy is the greatest of hi weight using-the gloves, The cable accounts of the.fight, of course, ar but they tell in a nutshell tha McG.oorty was rather, an easy victii for his opponent. AIcGoorty lasted fifteen rounds i the fistic battle, and dropped for th count of ten. Jimmy Clabby's defea by D'Arcy also makes Americans be lieye. that the Australian is a work beater. D'Arcy is coming hero soon. trotting ancestors. These horses are a beautifully matched pair in every respect and of show horse type and style. The tan Vancouver The Standing Won 4 3 9 1 Lost 1 Pts sob .600 .400 .200 Paris, Dec. 'Eighteen months ago Rranee. wanted peace. Today she wants' war most energetically, and to that end will use all her said General G-allieni, minister ot war, asking the senate on Tues- day -to approve the action of the chamber. of deputies in giving him the I 1917 tlits of. recruits for January a. I Ueiicral .Uallieni's remarks ivere greet- ed with prolonged applause. 'Whoever says a word of peace in the streets is considered a had citi- continued the minister of war. 'Mothers are not mourning for lost! they want them to he the .1917 class will leave with the assent of the nation. It, demands that: those charged tht duty receive and instruct these young men 'and prepare them for the great contest, which will not end before France, in accord with her 'Allies, says 'I stop, I. have obtained what I wanted; I resume my work pf peace i] applause interspersed with shouts of "Excellent came from the entire senate, which rose as of- honors-Returning to the ministerial' seat, General Gallieni re- ceived the congra6ulatioiis of his col- COLUMBIA RECORDS JANUARY YOU can't keep up-to-date with the world of song and music if you don't hear Columbia Records. Here is a selection from the January list, and the nearest Columbia Dealer is wailing to play them for you. Something slitting from England, -iih ikt.aae spirit -h Keep the Home Fires Burning Till Ibe Boyn Come Home Reed Miller, tenor, and Frederick Wheeler, baritone. Orchestra accom- paniment, anil OD the Road to Happiness (Albert Von Sum, tenor. Orchestra ac- companiment [A 1 Stittj Were is a Uautlfat opetatlc gem that Jucrtts.a place in your collection. I Lombardi "Pilgrim's Prince's Orchestra, and Prince's {A5730J for fun no one can oeat and his literary "Fader" Montague Glass. Cohen Telephones I h e H e a I h (Montague Joe Hayman, comedy monologue, and Serenade Prince's Orchestra. [A1863] Columbia Instrumental novelties tremendously predate J records. Tat snappiest kit of negro rag-lime you have listened to for many a day, Is AUfazani (To the Music of the Band) H. Von Peerless Quartette. Orchestra accom- paniment, and Wieo Old Bill Bailey Plays UkaUU (McCarron and Peerless Haiti Girl. Toote Paka Hawaiian Company Quartette. Orchestra accompaniment. [A1865] and Kai Malino. Tooti Paka Hawaiian Margaret Farre! aingj from her latest, decs- vaude- ville success. Oat of City ot Six Million People (Vincent) Hong monologue. Orchestra accompaniment, and I'm HemesickfH. Von George O'Connor, tenor. Orchestra accompaniment. [A1870J Colemola dance records you correct dance muiic latest popular hits at ihs same time. Frinceis Pal (Victor Herbert.) Medley Waltz. Introducing: "Ballet "Encore "EstelHta Walti" and "Love is Best of all." Princely Orchestra, and Calvota (L. 0. Smith.) Prince'B Orchestra. [A5741) The greatest flute Specialist In the Is represented tn Salut Op. 12, George Barrere, flute. Accompaniment by Barrere En- semble, and Serenade Badine George Barrere, flute. Accompaniment b y Barrere EnEemble. [A1839] Vocal gems' from two piquant French La Mascotte Vocal Gems. Colum- bia Light Opera Company. Orchestra accom- paniment, and Olivette Vocal Gemn. Columbia Light Opera Company. Orchestra accompaniment. [A5743] Ctnplcte Jaasary Record Lilt awatli yon ct yonr dealers, or Ear if, free, COLUMBIA GRAPHOFHONE COMPANY nKadiam Factory and Raadqnarterc 365-367 Avenue. Buy Your Columbia Records at The Kennv Allin Co I tA The Drug-Book Store 1 11C Ot LilU. Lethbridge Agents INDOOR BASEBALL TOURNAMENT AT Vancouver Wins Vancouver, Dec. in hark judges have frequently pinned Seattle tonight the Vancouver hockey the championship ribbon to "their club- world's champions, bridles. Their effortless action is the first league, game 'of the season fay poetry of motion. They are a credit defeating the Metropolitans, by: a to Edmonton, and will attract to agues. when they appear Frank Patrick made his first- ap- pearance of the season, with the fight again-in GUNBOAT SENT-TO DRYDOCK New York, Buckley, manager of Gunboat Smith, has come to the conclusion, that Smith'is stale frcm fighting too ordered the big fighte _____ Springs Vd for a rest Smith will Westminster defeated Fleetwood by 36 runs to 12 in a tournament indoor baseball match at the Y. M. C. A. this moining aittlc, school leads the tournament much and today I two victories and no defeats, litei to go to Hot! Westminster have won Hog and Cattle to Bring Big Price GIANTS. PLAN TRAINING TOUR New York, IJec; New Yor National league club today issued it 1916 training schedule, which in eludes the following -games: Marc! 11 and 12, Dallas, Texas; March 18 Galveston, Texas; .Maroil 19, Hous ton, Texas; March'23'and 24, Detroi American's -In.'Dallas, Texas; Marcl 31, Houston, Texas; April 1, Bean mont; Texas; April 2, Detroit Ameri cans- in Texas; April Txmisiaria State 'university at Baton Rouge, .La.: April 4, New Orleans La.; April 5, Tenn. April; 7y S and New ;York Ameri cans on Polo grounds; April 11, Yale on-Polo grounds SKATING Let us Have your Skates and Boots.' We win fix them up right for the'season. We have recently installed a new skate sharpener. 'Skates sharpened, rivited on and jour boots fixed up right FRANK MILES ill 1th Avenue South. [OYLING DOMINION ALLEYS Dominion BulMIng Entrance on .Sixth Street the streets of the city. This team was scLctcd for the champions, and steadied the defence Lieutenant-Governor by 3Ir. W, J. while giving the forwards more con- Stark, manager of the Edmonton hihition, who has judged them Alondaj and will be ready to at both the Vancouver Spring Show and Summer Exhibition. GIBBONS-AHEARN DATE SET St. Paul, Dec. Ahearn of Brooklyn and -Mike Gibbons of St. j Stanley Paul will meet for their postponed [Duncan JO-round bout January 18, it'was an- nounced today. Gibbons, who has been ill with pneumonia, has resumed training. TORRES MlSSOU; BEATS BARRIEAU aioiit-, Dec. According to popular- which was expressed by Jack Torres of Denver was an easy winner over Frank rieau in their 10-round match here last night.-, Barrieau, a local favorite heretofore, lost favor by forcing frequent clin- ches and .slowing the match: The men are welterweights, dach making under 149 pounds. Lineup of Teams Vancouver Goal Point Cover Rover Centre Wing Lehman F.-'Pa trick Griffis Taylor FAMOUS IN ATHLETICS ALBERTA IN Cook Morris i Wilson Walker Win Referee Tommy Phillips, Portland Beat Victoria Portland, Dec. '2S. Portland assuni ed the leadershiD of the Pacific Coast league tonight .by trimming Victoria 3 to 2 in an interesting, hard-fought game. The Canadians Jiad the oppor- tunity of making the fight a three- cornered one by winning. Harris scored the goal in ten minutes9.' over- time. Lineup of Teams Victoria McCulloch Genge Riley Mallen Box McDonald Kerr Goal Point Cover Rover Centre Wing Wing Seattle I Rowe Carpenter Edmonton Dec 29 Deacon Fqystou White, and .part Own- er of the Edmonton franchise i" the. Western Canada Lea- gue, coach of tlie Eskimo foot- bail club, and -founder of the EduiGfltou Eskimos, who twice represented Edmonton in the Allan Cup hocUey "series, en- listed jn the 138th battalion here this afternoon. Deacon joined C companj which ja led by Percy Hardisty, the fa- mous rugby full back of a de- cade jgo While an American by .birth, holding a B. gree from Northwestern Uni- Chicago, Deacon, has been a resident of Edmonton r this than anything else. The an litorium rink is ,the only ncarrpos-r iible place for and the pret, nice (f numeroui ng abod lockey puiposes Last season we had the Peoples ink for lioikcv and some good games ere witness A there V team worthy (his, citj was m the school hut. their efforts so far do not redound with success. The lake is the only place .-available for games and not much success for tlie high school students eftorti can be picdictr 1 tv deal of liockcj from start nreclude that place foi of lhe mj have coustructctl a Jintv at the fait f founds talked a starf aim are Retting into shape to take on Why Piles? A Free Trial of Pyramid Hie Treat- ment Will Answer the Question Emphatically. you suffer from pflen, ron are dolnir yoursplf n Bravo injustice overr day you pat off tasting the temouB Prramlu PIlo Ireatmenb The lades liOLlcy team ot leth bridge made a. noise in the hbekcy mkinu, too, but (he lack of a rmk ivoild last ycir but tliej li v tie his cir on to play the- game i st, htcn forced to rest onl utomatically exnlolcs aspirations their .laurels However the 'ladies last to build up a tiam ma} le se-n chasing the puck set f champion puck-chasers in this Mr McCor ie manag r of the aucii- ity ti rule has leen inlei ie ved aoout the possibilities o! the- ladies The IMS' of a rmk not all to plasm the game at tbs auditorium lame c t er The ho s- In a great and the city may be r deemed in ism instances heeded the call the ejrs of the ticcrty world The j the colors and aie battling or ladies s-iv the; ale not afraid of the to liaHle for i bigger I po Is iml miR it IK, fiidd i.impii nshi'i .uid Iwfsoi l.iuirls ihnnj lint N I in- minimiu the s In the of hocRcj j dantcr 01 auidcnU oar cafe 19 no mtree than were the of many did try this renmrlc- bln trrntmcnt who hare Hlnco Mrlttcntitiiotlera bubbling over wltb Joy and thankfulness. ITest it at our OXPCJM br nulllnK the bklow or get a SOo boi Iram ydar BOW. [-fed Turkeys Selected Ducks Selected Geese Crate-fed Chickens THE BEST IN OUR POULTKY IS ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE CITY AND OUIi PRICES THE LOWEST. ALL POULTRY CLEANED AND DRAWN Buy at dependable whfrre yon are assured everything con- forms to the Pure Food Laws of Canada. met SAMPLE COUPON PyKAHllD BBIJO CtiMPAVT Bi Ffrcmld Bid P. BURNS CO., LTD. Main Avenue JSontli. Phones 412 and 1388 Dominion Market--Cor. 4th Arc. and 6th St. 8. Phone 1654 Palace Street North Phone 431 ;