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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHITE FOUGHWRAJH WELSH 10 ft J. Si .Wilson, of Vancouver Has Plans Which Meet With Approval of to Hockey Price Admission Promised Ice skating linn hive hardly dared to mention the possibility of a hook- ey team here this .winter but now they 'will need, have no trepidation In approaching the subject, for there -will he every, opportunity afforded the chasers'of the pucit to realize their fondest dreams. J.S.Wilsbn'ol -Vancouver, an enthus- iastic supporter o! skating and Ico sports, has approached the city coun- cil wlth'a proposition that looks good, and today closing tho contract for a small amount of excavating at the lake which is necessary. He expects that work will start tomorrow. Every cent expended on the building will go into the pockets of local merchant and contractors, and Mr. Wilson will pur- chase all hia here also. The rink be known as- the Victoria Eka'tlng rink.. Here ate Mr.' Wilson's plans outlin- ed -by ihlmself: To the City Coraraifflioners: "1 propose, if permitted, by your commissioner of Public 'Works, to erect on the lake at Henderson park, a covered'rink, 130 feet by 86 feet, giving an Ice area of 74 feet by 1-0 with grand elands, ladles' and men's rooms, refreshment booth and other necessary conveniences and to have these well heated. A Real Rink roof and part of the walls of the rink will be of canvas material, part of the sides' being of lumber. There, will be a substantial wooden frame'and the whole will be capable of withstanding wind and storm.. The structure will be arched and braced Whirlwind Finish of Chicago Boy Gets Him Draw in Ten-Round Go FAST AND FIERY CONTEST Guessed Fourteen Correct in Herald Football Guessing Competition LETHBRIDGE MAN SECOND so that no column! erected on the ice area. This-will ensure an area suitable for hockey, fancy skating and ice sports'und 1 am confident that Una structure will meet with" youf appro- al. Eaty Money- 1 have considered, the question OL champion's leu e rates for admission. und'.its'I .itnder- Unnded by stand that tho 'city has been endeavor. ing to give free skatltig-to the citi- Mllwatikee Nov. Welsh To Ohalles Flyn of Magrath, be- lightweight champion of the j longs, the big end of spoils ot the iiv fMinriie first Herald football competition. This' son of Erin's Isle hit upon four- teen winners. J. K. Kirk, 408 12th St. A. North Ixnhbridge, came next with thirteen successful guesses. Here are those who 'twelve right: John Tcnnant, 816 Kith St. N. 'P. T. Oruttcnden, 32S) llth St. S., A Knowlden, 356 llth St. N. 0.' 244 20th St. N. Thej' are all prize winners. Charles world, M-au held to a draw by Charlie White, of Chicago, in a fiercely fought ten-round contest here tonight...Under the law a referee's decision cou'id not ho given, but It was tho opinion oi the newspaper experts that White evened up honors Ijy his whirlwind a wound -over the champion's left eye and Welsh, par- lit the'lake'In'tbe-pasrl-deem it advisable to mention this matter here. 1 propose to charge a very low rate under the circumstances' for season tickets, adults and. children J1.50; and ttrls should >-permlt of every citizen 60 Inclined enjoying this pastime; To Boom Hockey With such a large ice area free from obstruction it will of course be possible 'to play- hockey xbflt I' pre- suma that arrangements-in this connection will--be left to. the rink management' J -may say '.that -we in- tend'to foster'this-sport as.much as posniblff In order--to till our grand- Stands and this pbviouely aid the city financially and-its young peo- ple la a physican sense.. Icmay say. that all the material that js necessary for construction .will be purchased in the city of Lethbridge-amongst Leth- brldge retailers, The thought that. Mr. Wilson's proposed -charges were very reasonable. Season .tickets la. all 'the big rinks In. the east sold readily at thin .stream to back of :d to back n'way in They are all prize winners. Charles :ovor up lo escape F1 J. VK. Kirk rights and lefts to 00 the rest came in for the blood, vraB forced the tenth and cover up White's terrific the head. When they weighed at 3 o'clock tlie champion stripped ut 141 nu4 White in fighting garb weighed 135.' White Uses Left Hook The first round! was lively but in- effective. White deserved a shade in the second and third landing a number of hard blows on' Welsh aud striving to put over his cred- ited with being his knockout puiich. White landed a good upper-cut in the third and put a right and left to the body, but followed by missing with three left hooks. Givina it to White Welsh began to fight like a cham- pion in the fourth, backing White in- o the corner and giving.him a good acing, and in the fifth Welsh tool; mother big lead, whaling Wbite all around the ring and taking little puu- arred White with lefts and took the 15.00. rpund by a shade. 'The rink will bp .built.beside- Mr. white came back strong in the .Wilson aeventli and, the round was about las leased for. the season. even, Welsh deserved the eighth by _____________ n .jhnrlp thnnirh both boys missed WANT LARRY LOJOIE TO MANAOE FEDERALS Cleveland Buslneia Men WouldHace Outlaw Club In City and Se- cure Famous Nap Player to Handle it Next Year. Cleveland, O., Nov. miser- able showing of the Naps has encour- aged a fairl> large bunch of Cleve- landeri who have more money, than, they fcmm what to do with'to: enter baseball as ojyners of a -Federal league Uub m Cleveland.' They figure that with, the public sore on the Naps the time is ripe to start a that will buck the Ameri- can league lure The'-Feds would like to land Nap Lnjoie as manager and have alreadj made overtures to him. It Is doubted, however, If they will be' able to get Larry to toss no his cinch two-year contraet'wlth, at a year for the knockdown during'the bout. COFFROTH IN BASEBALL Noted Boxing Promoter and Sam Btr- ger Buy 'Friico Club San Francisco, Nov. San Francisco baseball club of the Pacific Coast league was sold yesterday after noon to James W. Coffroth, prize fight promoter and Sam .Bergcr, a promin- ent sporting man, bj T Cal Ewlng and 'Frank Mish the present owners. The price Is snid to have been jOOO and last night the principals in the deal met and signed the legal pa- l.pcrs governing the deal. TOD SLOAN AT FRONT Probably no man in the wcrlti has led such a varied and exciting life, has been the centre or near the centre of more stirring events than has James Todhunter Sloan, a few years ago, we knew as Tod premier'jockey of the world. Today Sloan is driving an ambul- ance in the French Red Cross ser- vice and recently "was mentioned in the dispatches' from Belgium for great courage in taking his am- bulance onto the batBe field and bringing away -wounded under fire Tell your Shoeman you want CATS PAW CUSHION RUBBERHEELS Don't ask for just Rubber for "CAT'S PAW" Cushion Rubber HeeU. Have "CATS PAW put on your winter you will walk safely, with footed tread. They cost no more than the "ordinary 50c. attached. WALPOLE RUBBER CO. Limited MMtnal "Million Dollir Mystery" ONLY 6 MORE EPISODES Watch Them Cloiely WEDNESDAY STABLANO- Tonight for the Last Time-the Fifth Installment of "LUCILLE will bo shown in addition -r programme at tlie EMPRESS THEATRE Ask your friends about this Gold Seal Master Photoplay, a Serial with no rivals' in popularity. The girl of mystery 5 TWO REELS OF THRILLS ON SAME PROGRAMME: "The Basket Habit" 1 Edlion Special NEWS PIC- TpRIAL SHOWING THE LATEST WAR NEWS ON SAME PROGRAMME The Fifth Installment of Lucille Love Is beyond doubt the most thrilling and exciting of Lu- cllle's adventures, showing her escape from the elephant pit, her encounter with the lions, her recovery of her papers, her capture and escape from the sunken city inhabited by the monkey men, and her rescue, from the reels of thrills, pathos and heart inter- est that will hold you spellbound TWO REELS OF SEN- SATIONS Judge Dunn's Decision A powerful drama in 2 parts; where truth sways justice. Fanny's Melodrama A Rip Roaring Comedy Miss Luclla Simons makes her first appearance in Special Classic Dances. MONARCH 3th st.North I I G H T GRAND AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT g_Evciits of Four Rounds GUARANTEED LINE UP: Dan Diiiilop, the Cpleman boxer, vs.. A. J. Harper, the fast Lethbridge colored Ib class Sydney Drihkall vs. Kid Saclowski.-------.105 ft class .Shorty Munroe vs. Young.Qtt.... -120 Ib class J. Stafford vs. Frank -------133 Ib class vs. A. Pollakoskl......'.-.......140 ft class M. Barnes vs. A. J. -145 ft class Admission 50c and Bout 8.15 TAKE THE BLUE LIKE .CAE I G T BOWLING AT Y. M. C. A RECORD SCORE BY HERALD BOWLER.MADE LAST NIGHT The highest score of the season was hung up at the Y M p A bowling al- es s last night when Tommy Evans, rolling for the Herald in the second game of the Herald s match -with the Directors made a. scOie of 236. The Herald lost (he first set against the Directors by 29 pins. In the second clash over a hundred to the good were made'by the Herald. The scores; Me Arthur Stafford JackBon Total Hi Evans W. A: -Buchanan B. Buchanan Total itOIUUg. WIM1 High School grabbed both games t the Campbell Wilson Home te Directors 127 114 115 156 141 96 121 High School Victorious with nice donslstency the [rom team The scores High School 165 147 165 143 132 155 -430 Price Murray. Stewart Total Wilion t Horne Crawford 120 Horne 161 I38 Smith lft Total oi A hutton emhlemaUe the highe individual score nas heen put up by the YAICA physical department Gage Shannon bas been the holder with a score of 212 he relinquishes the'button to Tommy Evans now. Gamlt Tonight Hidpath vs. Boaiding Club. Knot .vs. Union Bank. liar Pictures FOB WAR RELIEF Captain Tutte will give an Il- lustrated Address, entitled rheStoi-y of the War in the War. Relief Fund Wed Nov. llth THE S. A, CITADEL ADMISSION 25e OB at and Alllns TONIGHT ONLY SEE THE THRILLING "FIRE AT SEA" IN THE 3rd Instalment of Ask your friends about this great Serial Story ol Previous Chapters shown on the screen before each show. HI LIVE SPORI fl The management of the Monarch Theatre are able to assure the boss to- night of a real good live time as a glance at the advertisement in to night's'Herald will readily convince The management have hesitated up to the present to publish a guaianteed Hat of the boxera but %e are now able to do no knowing that each event will [be carried through The boss have had a opportuultj to train under Ideal conditions and the man aeoment have spared no expense 11 building a atagc suitable in Dense ot the word ton advised to come early as no doubt tho capacity of the tlie.itre will be tested to the utmost Take a fblue line car and ask tho conductor eo let sou off al the theatre. 81B sharp. m-, ml j' MEN WHO DRINK SPEND THREE DAY SATURDAY-SUNDAY Only losing twelve hours of usu working of 'any other three da: that you prefer, in one of the fine. p: vate rooms of our large moilern buii ing, in this city, talmg Hie Se Treatment, with all you want to e and drink, under the professional ca of experienced plijsicians, nurses ai attendants, holding this as our agre ment, as follows We will refund 5011 the entil amount at the end of three treatment unless jou are then .Me O 13th AW. 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