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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DAILV HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 19U PRIZE WINNERS AT 1FERNE ISP a Fcrnte. Jan. fo'! swing is a list rrf virae-rs of auuuaJ bou- tylcl of the Crow's Braiicb R. O. C. C. First eve pod trophy, 1st prize, E. C. Olesoc. Fernte; 2nA Wood; of Fernie; 3rd Cameron, Cr-anbrook. Second IEU Otcsoo, fYrnle; 2nd, TV ber; SM Lyons, Feroie; 4ih Cameron, Cranbrcok. Third "ViTrlfht, Taber; 2c3. Cameron, Cnin- troofe; S.-d, J. F. Jolmsfcn. Fourta ETCH bridge Trophy, 1st, II. J. Johnson; 2na, Cameron, CraabroOal SnJ Qleson, 4th Bright, Tater. OTrins to the condltloa of the, ice, the fifth event could not ba puUed oS. LOCALS BADLY WALLOPED Stirling. A1UL, Jsn. teams fif the Toirn squad Bained vlctorfef o-rcr the Invaders Cron Lethbridga Y.M.CA hst aighL The Seniors walloped thn T.M.C_V br a fcore ot 6H7, the points made as followat Ltthbrldgc Hoberts .....6 McKenzie ...o 7 Godirfn......4 Stirling A. BraEdley ..11 F. Dirts.....12 T. Nicholson 9 A. M. Stc-cd ..10 RA. Spaceman 22 Allen Thomson Ct The Stlrlicg Juniors netteJ tie ball lor SI points'aaalcst the LetbbrHge tccsers 17. The. Lethbridge lads had dirficirit.v in locating the basket, larse- ly on account of bElng used to the bait. We sell the famous Automobile Skates the in the world bar none We Grind Your Skates u you Fiat or hollow, and guarantee fatu faction D. E. Macdonaid 410-Sth Street Agent Indian Motor Cycle Caught on Tht Nstisral Bsseball Association ave lUsvuj nc Western Canada ague a Ta'sry limit cf Th- Federal Icsgje has decided ts drcp Torc'nto Bufalo, and taVe on sliirjlcn and Cincinnati. FORM A SKX10II FOOTKALL LILUiVi: IX XOKTII LKTHiJIUDtiE There Is a strong movement en foot to form A First League Football which will be thorotjhly representative lhe till community on the north side of the track. A meeting cf those interested teen convened for Thuriiay, January 22n3. in St. Andrew's Church Hall, at 8 p.m., and everyone Interested In project is invited to be present GAME WAS CiOSELY CONTESTED AT START BUT PICKED UP Hockey Hflulta S: Westminster 5. Qjeen's 5; McGill 4. Saskatoon 6; Battleford 1. Mcsse Jaw 1; Reglna 0. T. R. A. 4; T. R. C. 2. The International BasfbJll league is :o be made a major, tc byck the Fe.'- erals. Johnny O'Leary knocked out Jot' iayley at the coast last night in the ifteenth round. He had the test of the fight from the start. Frank, Jon. oljM, January 15th, Coleinan tMui mel Kiank (or the second time IhU but this Utr.e OQ the Frank ice, the home leant winning 2-1. Ttie fame tii TuosJay nlpht, resulting iu a draw, caused more interest ia the latter gamer acd a large crowd, ot rooters were present. So far in the Nest Tass league games this season r.o team teen beoten on ice, and Frank sustained the story. I Fer the first 20 minutes, owing to heavy Kt, the game very slow. iThfc Frank team at times would [stool reputedly at the goal, but 'Holmes, He Colraaa goal-keeper, stopred every shot. for- wards got awa> once and scored. riurins the second '20 minutes there was very little hockey on either sicie, the point man of each team insisting (on shnot'ng long shots from goal tn Klipihiatimi Toui'iianieals Fail tit liviiiir Out Any wither ot them in finding tie nets. Cdloral ISltXei'S Ul' Ability The tlvrd the game and (uerylody played hockey right 'tl-rough, and the hockey fans, whose Jack has Iwyond Jungs had been Idle'for 40 minutes, of. recovery. .witc shouting as loi'd and ns long U'BS'onl completely eliminated as their abilities allow. Ford, McVea before he left Australia, ot Frank, ton'i a loaj shot at goat and 'J'g Sam has uol neen heard of gl.inced oil goal-keeper in- Ince that line. It ts almost seven to the nri, making the score 1-1. A v.-cishc tiile Sydney fhe niacy ci iH- his not Ivc-n dispute! v.on !uavy- lion; ilurr.s at unKSa by BODY SELECTED TO SUPERIN- TEND U .K. ATHLETES- FUND FELL SHORT thcs? nho wok Lope in Jewries' rfr years ?lcco McVea last aopeared ia little later the puck vas carried up turn to the r'u- to ho at ia and he net with consider- lee by McDonald and passed to end. Niraero-js" elloilnr-tlou success for a time in France, i.Usimraons In front of goal and he Kai-wl an-J He got one immediately put it where it counted, o-ocHoi. over tat'ord two years i-TO V.-t -hree followed -iWr: McVea on the loser's end. the In VT.ociout in Tbi? defeat put an entl to McVca's pretensions as a Cor- London, Jan spacial coir.- ralttee appointed under the D-aea! tund proposals to superintend the se- ection and training of the Visited Kingdom athletes for tlie Berlin 15L6 has becsu.'O net of the hundred thousand pounds i for the schere. Despite les commendation, by such mea as EaiU i Grey and Roberts, acd Lord Strath-; cone, the plan Iras severely critl-! tn many qcarters, chiefly 33! fending to professionalize amateurs in the fus-hion known oa the other side cf the AtlanUo. LETHBRIDGE JUNIORS LOST AT CLARESHOLM Ttb Letkbrldgo T.M.C.A. Juniors Journeyed to yesterday, wir'n ice iiigh school debaters, to a friendly game with the Echoo'l hockey team of that town. The game Tag rery eloseiy contested. The CJareabojm team finally succeeded in scoring the winning goal in the niclc of time, the wMatle b Iodine shortly goal Tfras scored. The game vas played Ic three periods of fKteoa rcfantes each. In the first Clr.reshclra succeeded In scoring after min- utes' play. ID. the second period, how- ever, Lethbrldge soon retaliated, and at the end of the period tbe Etood 2-2. In the first half of tiis third' period the play iras :no5ily at the Claresholm ead. The locals "weTe. Lang- ford at Parte Ji'oi utout cn-s JDS'E K by the narrowest margins that the negro es- care'1 being knocked out tn the thlr- teentb ro'inj. In which he TTSS floored times, nnd the final hell 'our.o Only the white i have fLiiled ro bring rut as or Sullivan, ant! hav-> t'.o iJl- exctpt the punching aVilit? at Cue-boat Smith, now resardtd a? (he premier of the ".chile heavyweights. The Ri? r'cur, niado up Jack hravyweiglit star. JoLnson, Sam Luisford, Saui McVea Jeanette's sho'-vhig and Joe -Jcauette, cot baling been unusually busy, but they have at list reached the u-Uere a-1 four ceasei to inspire terror arooaz the whites. Johnson's miserable sboanic BKaiDSt his namscaVe, "Battling'1 Jim E'.'s- j plclons which raany followers of the Tame tare had for time. Jef'- ries coaid not back, and the feeliag was general Oiat Jchiuoo could not malatsla fsr acd still without real action in the that fie dusky chair.- ploa did not nave. Only two fights in four anil (wo months vrag the extent of Jobr.scs'i; activity np to the time he climbed Into the with "Rattling" Jim Johnson at Paris, and the long exacted its toll. Johnson's mode of livinjr did not work to his either. students of nave ?aul that the gcod _ to face Joans en in the ring thro-jeli the ropes with tlie title the ceero has carried for five Jim novs not cocie up to this jdat'or. which class standard, but lie neai'j- -son the had felt in regard to title when be Jack Jor-.nsan In his fcout. As for the cew to through hU hoiit Jack but now new to the fcoxins he Is no j Xow the do-jht about Jack Johnson tion .whatever as a possible ;h2; been removed, and Jeanette goes The oi Paris bout is re--back among the. also-rans within a yarded more frcm tiie standpoint of fy.v hours, Laneford 'had already than for showing nil- (arae-J, and .McVea got his qvj1e- strength in the otlitr Johrspn. ;us several before. The black jjim he? hctn In the for gevera! heavyweight dynasty J5 almost at an however, unable to find the net. Thojyear. nevcr nv t-rA. wHh a big field of fairly i Soal was Ecored by Harvey oi j ,jje mtniorre Certain it Is thH'.good white !ipavyweight.t "coraiiig j lie has not iifeveiope.1 inio a I aicne-." It only a matter of a j pion witij wnal little riusr work ho niiorl time before tlie '.vhite race will unJisputtd lieavyvyeigiit coal, which to be the decidinz goal, as the game finished 2- l in favor of Frank. The scorc u-0uld for the superior work ot the Colemau goal-keeper, who was there no mat- ter how OT wfcprc the puck came. It 'was a clean game throughout, only ore penalty handed out. B. acted as refciee. Made in Lethbridge The Lethbridge Brewing and Malt- ing Limited Manufacturers of the famous Al- berta'. Pride." An ideal beverage with refreshing, invigorating and tonic properties Pure, sparkling, delicious Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- tors cannot duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only If you want the best of beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer Without a Peer" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ENGLAND BEAT WALES FREDDJE WELSH WINS Twickenham, Engbcil, Jan. large assembled here today to witness the game ct iho in- I tcmatloiial ruKby KBR- rlancl and Wales, England coming out 1 winners, as was primarily expected, by the score oi ten points to nine. City, Jan. him very grogey .and oh the ropes. weiEb, the English Hfihlwclght. out- England secured their ten points on In his recent Lansford aolnted -.Mickey Sheridan of" Chicago livo the Welshmen scoring a Jeanette on points, but gave nn- here last Sheridan seemed a result oi mlstakible ho was going .wilderod by Welsh's cleverness. The their rugby union is as follows: as tOvpr, a flitter acd a miTer. only effective -blows landed during the Liverpool 29, Moscly S. ten rounfls'came In tho fifth, when United Srnices 31, London Irish 7. WeUh rocked 'the Chlc-apo nan wUh f Leicester 3, Coventry 0. rights acd lefts to the head. Gloucester 5S, Hristol 0. ________________________________ Manchester 5 Hirktnhead o. Lan.sford's lack cf condition sjnabled the Ilohoken neero to win. as was rtearly. oyerwelgnt At that Beslonlan showed himself the bet- iter hitter. 1 got bis noletcs from Gun- heat Smith in a-tweive-round bout at Freton recently. T-angf9rd realized that the title against him: and tried hard, the only time he has .been really ertended by a white box- ('er in several yeare, old skill Tras lacking. He had. hard, according to reporta, yet he h3d been imable to get -his old fieht- in? we'ght. 'The syccess of the Gun- ner did much to drive away the trepl- Lonsford for some years. It was the general itn- I presaioa tm to ihe time ihe among; Jrtl hoavyweights, white or but Gunboat a sur. Jn an exciting soccer contest Ox- lord university and Old Carthusiao. drew a goal apiece. TIB HbcKEY GAME Cranbrook and Fcfnie PTayed 6-3 of Season Fern fl.C., Jan. hotkey game between Cranbrook ant! t'ernie resulted in a draw. The score was G-6, and both played an excep- tionally tiiinl and fast gamo, eriiig that It waa the first of tbe Eea- fcon. A relurn match Is lo be played at Cranbroolr, on Janiiarj- 23. Clareaholm by a pretty shot from ceatro Ice, and owing to the inferior I iiGT.e in the last few veara. I: furnish tmiLbtelo prevent this disaster. The j -fie b.jUer lhan Jack tsamt I Ooal, H. Cronttite; point, j Sang: cover pofnt. 0. Cronkhito: rov-; er, N. Munroe: right r. Hon-' nell; lelt H.Schweitzer; centre.' K. Wallace. Old Country Football Buy It Because It's A Better Car MODEL T. Ontario Gel from Virtue Bias.. Fora Girage first Division VIMs, S- Sun'l'.iUn-l, 0. Holloa J'irhy t'nunly. Mr.nchto.ler. i. Liverpool, 1; Kvcrton, L'nilert. 0: C'h''sta. I. MidJIo.---jororgh, 3; lilac-kburn ?rs, 0. Newcastle I'nilcd, Urnru. wlch Aliilon, S. Preston North Enii, 5; SherflclJ Wotiii'jcilay. 'J. ShiH'.'M r Prvl'crrl C'l.y. Toifn'i.irn, 3; Athkllc, 1. Mtrthyr 1; West Hnm fnit-1 I. i Suin'loa TOiru, Sputliaroplon, 0. Crmliff Clly, 1: C. Kr.flvr Clls, i: Costal Polaco 0. I Atli-rfrr, i; CovOTifrr I 1'orlPmnr.tli, 0. I ll.-ipr'itr.n r.rnl Hove, I: .Xor.ilch Uily, 2. I f-'o'itii'-n.! Vr.iu. j qiicsn's rait. I jnijilnn, 0. H. eis, 0; iNortli- 0. St.-enrf Df-inIo.T 4; :-'tireit, 3: Leeds City, 1. 'BUFJ-. 1: 0. Fimat.l, 1. H-jdderiileM Town, 1; Lincoln City, I. Hull Clly, 1; Wojlv.'ich 2. Lelcesic-r Kosse, 6: Blrralnjtam, 0. Notts County, 4; BrisM City, 0. KtocXport Co'jnly, 0; Clapton Or- ient, 1. Scottish Leaoi'e Ohsioir. Jin. are In-1 reFulta cf s-jnedvicd aconieu 11 football )ilavi-'J to lay: MIrrpn, D; Aberdeen, i. 0: T'i'rd Lanark, C. ''n r- 1. I1 if CMt'c. 1, 'i- Pii-tlci Thistle, 1, t; HeatU or MHIolhlan 1. Park, 3: TalVIrk, 1, llaral'lon Academicals, 1; Rovers, 0. 0; I. Ransen, C; Motherwoll, 0. Hatth I JIM FLVNN WINS New York. Jna. Jim F'ynn, ths utblg fiieman, knorkc-4 out Jack Southern League l Hovers. 1; I'lyrr.owh DiiFrnll.. ti.o BiwVlyn I In IJio Hlxlh round of ftliat to have been a ten-round bout last night, Hynn weighed IS? aul loyal Reserve Whisky Is smooth and mellow, and as bracing as a winter's day. It is made from selected grain, and matured for eight years in oak barrels before bottling. A Government Certificate to this effect accompanies each bottle. If you a stimulant, you will find Royal Reserve very beneficial. If you just want a stimulant, you will find it particularly agreeable. v ROYAL DISTILLERY HAMILTON, CANADA ;