Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
December 31, 1913. THE LETlt.BRIDGE DAILY ITE It AIM) Pawl- E man who goes a-travelling needs clothes effective in appearance and suit- able to his purpose. Travelling means hard wear. It also necessitates having clothes of impressive quality, so that the wearer may never be handicapped by an appear- ance open to criticism. -FIT-RITE style is the style of the best dressed men. It means an exact fit and the practical expression of all that is most refined and worth while in men's dress. FIT-RITE service is for the man of good taste who wants everything desirable in clothes, and yet at a moderate price. FIT-RITE garments meet these require- ments. 406, 5th St. S. UCHA The'Mea's Man Bryan Block (T Auction Sale of Choice Cigars At tiic Alexandra Cigar Stand, Commencing at S o'clock Frank Wadding-ton is favored with instruc- tions of the purchaser of the stock of the Club Stores Limited, to sell by public auction about Choice Cigars all'in excellent condition. The stock in- cludes all the best known brands, and will be sold by the box in 25's. 50's and 100s'. Clgiirs retailing i'rom 52.00 to per box. be sold absol- utely without, any reserve. Don't miss this opportunity of laying in EI stock of choice Cigtirs at Auction Prices. SALE AT S 111. SHARP ENGLISH FOOTBALL JOTTINGS The official figures of the attend- ance at KnmpdcK Park, Glasgow, oit- Miirch 23, when Scotland and England met are In the brothers Low. oi' ami Sumlerland, with McDonald of Bradford City, all natives of Aberdeen, Scotland has a half hack line that would bold the best forwards England could put on the field. Tom Hirrell of tho Hlbs. is credited with belonging to Klrkoaldy, but he is really a native Anstruther. Tcm is a designer in a linoleum v.nrks, his foreman being Jimmy Walker, an old Haith Rovers' favorite. SPORTS UNITED STATES RUGBY HAS BEEN IMPROVED This Have Had Desired One Fatality Recorded Against 1912 Now York, Dec. for the 1912 football rules the statement that they made iiosaible "tlio boat same of football ever played hy Amer- .eun cxprcGDCu by Henry L. Williams, coach of tho Uni- versity at Minnesota football teum, Inj his report recently before, tho National, Collegiate Athletic Association, ciiairmon of the rules committee. Mr. Williams told of the difficulties that had been overcome and the many radical changes that had been made all of 'which, he said, had proved most fortunate. For several years back, he said, the proper adjustment of the balance between ofttuco and defence, wtih just the right equilibrium be- tween these forces, has been a serious problem. Advantage All With Defence Tho advantage, he continued, had been ou the side of the defence, and It had been well recognized that as tho goal line was approached the de- fence became stronger through the drawing in'of ftie backa to support the line, so that the scoring of touch- downs by equally balanced'teams was exceedingly difficult. For theso reasons, he said, the rules chanegd to give four downs in 16 yards instead of three, a change which lie characterized as the most important and beneficial introduced since tiie 10-yard rule was adopted. The elimination of the ou-side kick was another change which he said was more important for the best in- terests of the game and was made because the committee felt that the advantage of the attack over the de- fence might be too great, because of the decided danger to tho defensive backs and because of tiie decided ele- ment of luck in the play. No College Deaths in 1912 George W. Ehler, director of phsl- cal education at the University of Wisconsin, submitted a report on "football fatalities among college announced that there were no deaths among college men last season, but that a schoolboy was killed. UMPIRE BYRON IS SMALL, LOOKS BUT BEWARE There Will be Lively Times in the Na- tional League .When New Man "Gciio Says Critic Jil Has the Biggest Safe in Canada Havs You Tried Liqueurs J. M. DOUGLAS CO., Canadian Agents, Montreal PALZER SHOWS SIGNS OF JEFFRIES, TRAIT: News from the training camps ol the two gladiators who will combat for the championship of the white race at Los Angeles, New Year's Day, pary. It has been stated that Palzer is in poor shape but here is a bit ol hot air which rather statement: "There is nothing quite so mercur- ial as the sporting public. A week ago the fans could see nothing but Luther MoCarty. Now the tide has turned strongly in favor of Al Palzer and it is predicted that the Iowa giant will he made a 10 to 8 favorite. 'Stories of Palzer's personality and prowess drew a record crowd to the" Veruon camp. The palce was packed. More people witnessed Palzer's first real workout -than saw Flynn in his last. That much for the early interest the New Year's fight. It would nqt be surprising were the demand to ex- ceed the capacity of r.remi on fight day by 5000 or 60UO. iMute astonishment was the tribute which the crowd paid to his size nnd build. His speed, cleverness and straight hitting were a revelation to them. For some reason or other the Impression prevailed here prior to Palzer's arrival that he was a big, strong fellow with only a superficial knowledge of boxing, and who depend- ed principally on "haymakers." In short, that lie was just an exaggerated edition of Jim Flynn. Palzer is much faster than Jeffries was at the same stage of his career, appears to be clever and bits fully as well. When an old hand at the business like Tim McGrath becomes enthusias- tic and emotional there nmsi hn snnn> cause for his agitation. "Why, he ain't a man, he's a mon- said Tim, n slight tremble In Ills voice, as toyed with Hill Maple, fOO-ponnder., like ho would, with a diikl. "ile don't tii's age. I Iialievt1 that he could kill a with one blow. Oil, bat he is ;i hr has a iK'nit. See csnHu! ho is not to hurt his epaniny partners. Say, if he cut loose I'-d have lo shut my eyes. I coiikln't bpar to look." Then McGrath likened Falser to a huge edition of Eddi Campi. "Mo has a lot of Cnmnl's cleverness and several of his mused Mc- Grath. "When you add 220 pounds bone, and musch to these you have quite a flghting machine." New York, Dec. TJmipre Bill Byron, signed by President Thomas .1 Lynch for the league, staff, brings with him one-half the pugna- ciousness that writers on the Interna- tional league circuit give him credit for, there will be more lively times ou the big league diamonds next summer. This is what they say about the naw umpire: "Do you know, there's going to bo some fun in Lynch's circuit when Byron gets started. He's a little chap, small and insignificant looking, and umpire batters of the big show will look on him as easy meat, espe- cially if they are not forewarned. Byron is the most docile little chap imaginable. He stands about five feet and weighs a shade over 110 pounds, perhaps 111, hut he sure has nerve! "I can picture in my mind's eye the dcene when this little mite of a man gets into his first argument with any of the managers or players who take delight in hopping on an umpire's neck. Unless some kind-hearted friend has tipped them off-in advance that Byron Is lust the opposite of what he looks, they're going to get the surprise of their young lives. "One of Byron's chief assets is his voice, and IIE'S never afraid to use it. Not content with merely malting him- self heard when he wishes to answer a player's argument, he walks up to the man and bellows the words into his face. .Wait till Johnny Bvers starts anything witli FUTURITY VALUED AT Coney Island Jockey Club Arranges foi 1S13 Two-Year-Old Stake Desplto Ban on Racing Special New Year Day Feature Tomorrow and Thursday ________________REMEMBER THIS The Peril of thfe Plains "VIST AN IMMENSE r'HUDUCTipN, MAGNIFICENT ITi CGNCErTiON. ABOUNBINO IN UATIONS THAT SPUR THE HEART TO FASTER MATING DISCLOSING SCENIC EFFECTS UNRIVALLED FOR IMPREMIVeNRM. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) At Majettic Tonight Mrs. Annie Adams, mother of Maude eminent actress, will ap- pear at the Majestic Theatre this ev- ening In the dramatic sensation "The Butler's Secret." The supporting com. jiany is said to be a. very strong one, hd one hopes there will be a large audience to welcome "the play, "Perils of Plains" at Starland ......Tomorrow What is unquestionably the most wonderful production ever attempted in motion pictures'Is "The Perils of the the great three reel drama -which -will be shown at Star- land tomorrow and Thursday. This immense presentation of early west- ern life- is possibly the most elaborate of its kind, for included in its por- trayal are over 500'people, more than 100 scenes, and the total cost of pro- duction was over Among the many scenes are numerous marvellous battle spectacles, the 'burning of the old settler's home, stirring incidents and thrilling episodes by the score. On the-whole it is one of the best attractions ever exhibited here, and the management of Starland has no hesitation in strongly recommending it to their many patrons, 9 Jimmy Valentine" Before an appreciative and crowd- ed house last night, the Allen Play- ers at Hie. Morris Theatre, added to tliciu already long list ol successes in the production of the old favorite "Alias Jimmy Valentine." The story ol Jimmy Valentine from the time he his par-Ion, to its culmination in'the opening oi the bank safe, and the rescue ol Bobby is too well known to elaborate upon, hul, as. situation after situation fol- lows so rapidly it keeps one "on edge" throughout the whole four acts. Miss Verna Felton in the charac- ter of Rose I.ane, the banker's daugh- ter, showed herself to be well versed in .the delineation of'her role, there- by winning much applause on Severn! occasions. James Mitchell as Jimmy Valen- tine, played his part with spirit and vigor that won the hearts of his au- dience and evoked much applause. Geo. Zucco, as Doyle, the detec- tive, played his'part with consider- able abandon, and came in for his share of approbation, especially in the last, act Jliss Ilirdurs again delighted 'net audience'in the rendering of that well known old song, "My Ain Fol'tf" and in response to the bearty ;'.p- nlause sang the old Irish .hall.nl, Mother M.ichrce." The Hungarian String Quartette contributed Ihcir share in the musi- cal part of the pro-Brain, including in their repertoire selections from H nod's Faust. This evening the Allen Playovs will present "The Third Degree.'' SARRV HOCKEY PLAYERS Out., Dnr. liuonwrtinle 0. II. snmn scheduled hm> today with HaiTio postponed on net-aim! of the Hickness two llarrln plnyi'iv. New York. Dec. the futurity of 191B to close on -Tan. 2, it is of inter- est to know that this greatest of (2-year-old fixtures for 191T, bus an ap- proximntetl value of JS1.2SO. Though no futurity has been run since tho fall of when the event was won by llildielh's Novelty at Saratoga, the Coney Islini'! Club has tiiuied the stake that in the hotter of racing did more than any oilier 2-ycar-old to induce breeding of horses. Jutt as scon as il is to have (lie race run the Ccnry Joc'scy Club will meet its obl'jratiins to the horsemen, and to that end the big fci'.Une has been continued. True, it is an caily closing stake for mares. It is necessary to close it two years In ad- vance, and many things may happen in two years to reliabiiuate racing at the Hay track. It was not possible to run the Futur- ity in 1911 or in as W fact all of (he large tracks about New York were closfyl fiir both Of the 'll-l nominations 110 are void for one n'ai'Oii or anoilier, anil the' estimate of tin1 vitlno of UK- iUnkc; on ;i declaration with Dual Held ol' 12 ;il. posH time. Morris Theatre TO-NIGHT At 8.3O pjn. MISS VERNA FELTON Aiid tiie Allen Players will Present The Third Degree To-morrow, New Year's Day Matinee, "Whose Baby Are Evening, "That Girl From Matinee Performance, 2.30 Prices Evening Performance, 25c, 50c 75c. i, Theatre Box Office Open from 10 a; in. daily. Book Your Seats early i MAJESTIC THEATRE, TO-NIGHT Americas' Foremost Character Actress MRS. ANNIE ADAMS, Mother of Mnude Adama, In THE LATEST DRAMATIC SENSATION "The Butler's Secret" "A Pliy With a Post ELABORATE SCENIC PRODUCTION, METROPOLITAN CAST PRICES: 75c, 60c; OALLEP.Y 25c. Scats now on Bale at Allin's Drug Storo left on the six o'clock train for Cay- ley, where they will reside. Wra. Coehran and Mian D. Sirnm were married on Christmas mornius at Calgary. On their .arrival .home on the evening train a crowd of "the hoys" (mostly married boys) met them at the station. After a good loud noise with tin cans and cov bells Willie made hifi appearance and dug down and dug up some coin. The boys then spent a couple of.hours at "Vick" Smith's candy store buying him out of pop. PUNK SHOW RUN OUT OF TOWN WEDDINGS ONE CHIVAREE Oranum, Dec. Marsh is on the sicK list this week. Jimmy McBride returned home after an absence of three years. A poor show company struck this hnrg Saturday night. They called I themselves the "Jolly Sis." Tho "show" started nt 8 o'clock, but slop-! pcd rather sudilinly as the "guests" In the gallery did not approve of tlio acting ami they began to make things calls and hissing" were Jin older. The ladies got. up and loft I disgusted. No doubt there would have S lieen trouble if the tov-n cop lind not put in an appearance. The troupe of negrces left town that night fit. 12 o'clock via a lumber wagon for Mac- leod. Much sympathy was felt for the five liftlo white children who were cold and Sunr.y. But as far as the colored folk were concerned, they were tickled to death to get away alive. Miss Ada Ilobbs and .Mr. E. John- ston, irmnapnr of the Hank of Ham- ilton at C.-iylpy, wore quietly married n! the homo of 111? bride's parents on Christums Dny. Mr. Johnstono was jit OIK? time I'.onncctfd with the Uank of Commerce here. The Imjipy couple DR. MCQUEEN VERY ILL Edmonton, Dec. D. G. Mc- Queen, U.D., moderator of the Presby- terian General Assembly, la suffering from an attack of appendicitis, at his homo here. His medical adviser has no apprehensions regarding his condi- tion, but for some weeks the modera- iur will be compelled to give up nil active work. FORT WILLIAM CANDIDA I ES Fort William, OnL, Doc. George A. Graham and U L. Peltier were nominated for Mayor this morn. Ing. Six bylaws, them money bylaws, will be voted on at the elec- tion on January 0. JAMES GRIFFITH D.CARD1N, AN ENGLISH SQUIRE, LEFT' MOST PECULIAR _ WILL London, Dec Sl.-The will pro- bated yesterday of James Griffith Dearden, who directed- that Ms ash- es be buried at the grave'of his dog. Mr. Dcarilen, who was .73 years.old; was deputy lieutenant and justice ot the peace for North Hants, :Lord o! tiie Manor oi Rochdale" and high Sherilt of North Hants. He said in his will: "ft is my-will and .wish that my rnmnins bn ereinafo'J and then buried Kt the place where my., dog Pompey is buried." The ashes, added Mr. Dearden, should" be placed In an urn .which should surmount the dog's monument, or in the open ground as near, dog's liody as -'possible. FOR THE RED "Bifle find Pistol Cartridges Winchester cirUidKM to Winchester riEes we nude u fit the best ponibfc reoults out of them. 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