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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE I.ETHBRIUGE IKVILY HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1911 Iff Fit Throe Local Rinb" by Aird. Shepherd, and Rnyil. will Mai Effort'to Laud Some of the u is on the Job Today and the Ice Should be Towns Represented SIARIS WEEK EU01GMLIEI M OR ALL OF Over J1700 in silverware aad prizes >SCO cup and Individual priies valued been hung up for tho tblrd an- at J'OO. The Individual prizes ars: j nual bocsplel of tbe Crows Nest I 1st valued at KOO and clubs to be held !a Fercie Jan. i2th to 15th. This Is tte biggest prire list tver hung up for a 'spiel In this part of the country, aad should attract Us entry Hel. It is likely thrss rinis will go from IXnbrldge. Skips Aird, Shepherd End Boyd expect to tzSe along thler to pick up some- of the tln- irare. s The bomptel is beinj conducted under the auspices of the Crow's Branch ot the Royal Caledonian Curt- leg Club was fonned recently Tilth the Cranbrook, Fercte, Mieleod, Tab'er and Lethbridge clubs. the lead- ins ineiabers. Theie Trill be fire CT- cuts follows: 1st pre- bV. iSacleod Curling Club. JI5D cup. with." Individual prizes valued at 2nd Tropbv, pre- sented by tba Mason Risen Piano Co., Ltd., cup. and. individual pruea valued fit 3rd Trophy, present- ed by Hiram Waiter and Son, J2CO cup. and individual prizes valued at 5310. 4th Trophy, pre seated by Cbaaiie Aleiander MagraLh, our cut glass presented by Curlioj Club, valued at (SO. 2nd sets of sliver fruit ifves presented by the Lethbrldge arltnj Club valued at 3rd pearl icarf plus presented bv the Lethbrldge C. C. valued at J10. 4th pairs solid gold cufi Itoss presented by tie Lethbrldge C. C. rained st Slh competition. 1st headed umbrella presented by the Taber Curling Club at SI 5. I 2nd jet o' ebony! brushes, presented by the Taber Curl- J ing Clcb, valued at }5. Srd! razor set pre-i entw! by the Taber Curling Cbb; valued at 4th cigars, presented r P. E. Wilson, of CranbrooSe, val- ued at J4. presented by sber- WOOQ Herchrcer, of Kernie, at St. 6ih ash tray present- Calgary, Jan. is In read- for the tenth annual ben- spiel of the branch of the p. C. C. C.j which will be held In Calgary starting next Wednes- day, January 14. Yesterday the executive commltee pul in a busy day selecting the prizes for the ar.d the most attractive lot ..ut have ever teen offered in have secured. The money value of the prizes aggre- gate over headquarters have been established In the s.-acio-js room under the Royal bank en Eighth avenue. At this place the curlers will congregate for and the secretary have his office where hs will make the draws and keep the records of the played1- One of the Innovations of this year's 'spiel will be the substitu- tion of two competitions for the old District trophy and medal competition. One of the compe- titions be for the D. E. Black trophy. This wilt bs a double rink event The other new com- petition will be for the Premier trophy. This is a single rink ev- ent, one rink from each cVsb In the province being eligible to compete, but no rink that has tak- en part In the double rink event can take part in this one. WAC'K MOOSE JAW QUINTETTE WHO WILL I'LAY THE LOCAL Y .M .C. A. BASKETBALL TEAM NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT Peris, Johnson, the negro heavyweight pugilist, whoie Is stiit In splints, said .Tester day. la reply to Inquiry, (hit to far he- had not received ft cable ot'er money (or a KgM with "Gunboat" SmltCi. en the Mexican side of. tho border o( California. He con- tinued: "I am ready' 1o ilgbt If they offer roe ray terms, wnic-h are JJO.CQO, but the fight must be subfecjueat to thai which has teen definitely filed to take place in Paris during the first week of Jury, against Frank Moran, the Plttsfcurs heavyweight for which. -Aslor Chandler, is still In a hospital suffering from an inured leg, Is guaranteeing roe J35.000. "I expect toward, tbe end of the month to meet Lanstoril, prodded the J30.CM I demanded be forthcom- ing." Joar.son says his bro'ten arm, which has teen Is i well, the splints are to be removed on Saturday. The Toroatcs lead the N. H. A. up Chicago, Jan. the Johnson loher, fias Johnson Responsible for Start to today. The Ontario? occupy the refused au ofier of a salary uf ed by A. B. of Fernie, val-j i0weJyi position with the other fo-jr teams standing: lor Etcond place. T Players Selected for International Match London, Jan- fifteens rto will represent England and Wales In the opening International rugby series at Twickenham next Saturday, Janu- ary 17, have been selected, and the teams will take the field as follows; R. Johnson three-quarter bacjra, C. N. Lowe (Cambridge F. E. Chapman (Hartlepocf. R. W. Polton and Watson half-backs, and F. M. Taylor forwards, C. H. Pillman Brown (London A. F. Maynard (Cambridge 0. Ward G. E. Greenwood (Cam- bridge J. A. S. Ritson A. G. Bull (North- uid Bmnton (North Dur- Goals To Won Lost F. A. Play Wanderers 2 2 23 IS 16 Canadians 2 2 S 15 1G Torontos........3 1 21 13 15 J. Bancroft (Swan-j ottaivas ........2 2 IS, 9 H. Lewis 1 Quebec .........2 2 13 Evans W. P. jontarios 1 3 12 16 Green and G. L. Hirst j half-backs, R. Lloyd j PUBLIC 000 for three years and a bonus of J10.000. mode him by Joe Tinker, inaa- aeer of the Chicago Federal league team, Tinker announced today. John- son said he "was" sorry, bul had al- Etened Wasnlngton. and TOuld not jump his contract" i A similar offer was niade Joe Wood, American pitcher, but he Declined bad, already Taher, Alta., Jan. and Raymond First Wart basketball teams met last nljht at Taber, and put up a splendid exhibition all tbe way. At no time did the play lag, ev- ery" njan on tbe teams putting ui> the came a', his life. At the end of the second half the score nas a 12-12 tio, showing that the teams wore very ev- wily mate-ted. Toward tho end of the game it 'coked as if the Sugar town j boys were going to coma out vlctor- iof speed the Tatar boj's von out bbe last five minutes of -play, the final core belnj 20-24. Fawns of Raymond refereed the rame gave satisfaction to bolh .rams. SCHOOLS CHAMPIONS and Clem Leiris (Car-' A picked team fron the Public Rev. A. F. Davies schools a picked team from tho NCT YorS Americans from algiied with his team "King" Cole, 'wnd'galned fame as a member of the Cabs' pitching staff la 1910, and ivho'was drafted by the j J. Morsau T., Hleh school at indoor baseball today. last fall, was signed today toy Mana Joaea (Poaty- The final score was 18-17. T. C. Lloyd H. ITzzeH Watt ger Tinker. and Few people give Jack Johneon credit fcr any part tn Gunboat -Smith's carter, bul Johnson dis- covered Smith and Johnson start- ed htm. Jack was training for hU battle with Jeffries Smith, just discharged from the navy, applied for a job as spar- ring partner. Jack gave the Gunner a let cf work, aa he was b'g and husky. Then eomeane started the story that Smith had knocked down Johnson. It wae a good press agent yarn, and Johnson stood fcr It, he was willing to get any publicity. He said a lot of nice things about Smith, and intimated that he was SB hard a hitter as he had ever faced. It brough Smith notice and him n chsncs In San Francisco's fourround game. In thesa short bcuts Smith was not a succesv. He did not hava iht apeed .and got a panning for his pains. But Jim Buckley taw him, (polled him from corner, pulled the to the leadership of the hopes, BLAKE AND CARPENTIER London, Jnn. figiit baa been arranged between Ba tide man Blake, ii'irj English chaniplon raldillewelK'Ul, and Georges Carpcnller, tho French, cbatnpion, for a sldo and R purae of dtfcated "Dlxlo Kill." an American pugilist, hi a iu-round bout in ijonduu QH Jannnry 1. WATER SPORT AT MAGRATH Gelting oa aad ofl the water Is a favorite exorcise with some of our boys, la 'Us tbe oaly exer- cise a number set in the winter here. Pioneer. First Round of English Cup Big Teams Gel Through Won Over Sheffield United QyerwhaJmed Newcastle. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. No matter how hard you played, matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost energy-cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying, THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 Lor.ion. Jan. first ro-jDd. Ham United, 8; Chesterfield of the English Football Association Town, 1. 1 Cup was playe.1 today, before the us-1 Gainsborough 2; Leeds ual huge crowds gathered In various J City, i. parts oS the country. There Tvcre I'orhrnoiith, 0: Ktelcr Cily, 4. fewer surprises than usual in tbe Hnddersfield Town, 3; London Cale- first round, and most of the W? clubs 0. enter the second round. Ererton, how- .Suiiderland, 9; Chatham, 0. ever, beaten by on the Aston Villa, 4; Stoke, 0. latter's ground, and She'fjnld United Blrmlngnara, 2; Sonthend United, 1. trounced tho doughty Swansea Town, licrtbyr Town, 0. N'ewcastlo United, on the I .Mane-Setter City, 2; Ftrihara, 0. ground, by 5 goals to 0. Newcastle United, 0; Sheffield Un- Toivn proved themEclves a ited, 5. great 'cup-til" team by defeating the. Pieston North 5; Bristol Rov- crack Manchester United side by a' ers. 2. Foil to nil. Aston Villa, the holders, j Clapton Orient, 0; Nolls Forest, 2. contrary to tradition, enter the sec- Quten's Park Rangers, 2; Bristol Cily, 2. Leicester 5; .Tottenham Hot- spur, 5. Oldham Athletic, I; Brighton and Hove Albion, 1. Derby County, 1: Northampton, 0 Millwall Athletic, 0: Chelsea, 0. Burnley, 3; South Shields, 1. S; Heading, 1. Oillingham. 1; Crystal Palace, 2; Xorwlch City, 1 West BrorawloS Albjon, 2; Grlmsby ond round by virtue of an easy Tlctory over Stofce. Tho matches were pUypd the ground of tiie flrat-nameri club, and re- sulted as follows: Liverpool, I; Parr.aler, 1. SwIndOD Toa-n, 1; Mancneater Un- ited, 0. Wanderers, 3; Southampton, 0. Bradford City, 2; Woolwich Arsen- al, 0. Hull City, fj; Tlury, 0. Blackburn Itorera, 3', 'Middies- torough, 0, Bollon Wanderers, 3; Burslem Port Vafe, 0, Plymouth Argyle, 4; Lincoln City, L GlosBOp, 1. Stef'ield Wednesday, 3; Nolle County, 2, DW Notch COLLAR thill. fM 2 for 25 t iilm, hlH t Town, 0. Scottish League Games Ola-sow, Jan. are tho results' of Scottish league foot il games, played today: Hearts, 1; Quoin's I'ark, 0. Ayr United, 1: Hangers, S. Celtic, 4; Dumbarton, 0.' Mothorwell, 2; Clyde, I. Morton, 3; Dundee, 0. Falklrk, 2; Hamilton -Academicals, Hlbernlens, 0; lUlth Rovers, 3. Kllmarnock, 1: Third Lanark, 1. Partlck Thlntle, 2; SI. Mlrrcn, 1, RurjEjy Oames London. footha games played today resulted: Durham, 23 points; Cumberland, Yorlte, H; Cheshire, 0. Illackh'-stti, 22; Hospital, 0 Wo'lh, fi-t Rcdtord, 0. Harlodulna, SI; Scots, 0. nosslyn, IS; Oh! i. London Hospital, 17; Old Iflues. United Services, IS; Old Morcha 12 THE BEST .FOUIOUR, GUEST The warmth of your welcome may be judged by the quality of the refresh- ment you offer. The keen appreciation of your, guest when you offer the very best of its kind, adds a pleasant note to the social amenities. IF.. THE CHOld.E IS WHISKY ROYAL RESERVE will please the most critical taste: It is matured inwoodfqreightyearsbefore bottling, as attested by Government Certificate with each bottle. Its purity and maturity also make Royal Reserve a most valuable ad- junct to the home emergency cabinet for use in case of sickness. ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON. CANADA ;