Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta L'.. Page .THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD llramlay, November 17, 1910. 30 Days'Free Trial Don't be satisfied with-a steel razor the Carbo-Magnetic with the Carbo-edge that you need never hone. This razor Is not tempered in uneven fire heat, but by electro-carboniza- tion at degrees process similar to which dia- monds have been produced. THE HERALD'S PUT IT, OVER THE TIGERS Indians won the odd game from the Tigers, but both learns were decidedly on the blink, not one man of the ten is.neglected in our collection of sport- j ing goods. We can supply everything needed in every pastime from the gen- tle croquet to the strenuous boxing. NO SPORTING.GOODS could be better than ours, selected by experts in each line. Come said-'get your outfit here. You'll be no less a sport for saving the difference prices and those charged by others. Lethbridge Sporting Grbo'ds Phone 1032 A-i Piffv, 412 Fifth St. CALGARY HOCKEY TALK Calgary, Nov.. two senior .city league games aid no rdoiibt' there will be one prp- visjicial league game a week the local .hookey Jans will get plenty of actipii during .the winter and will be given plenty of opportunity for rooting. Outside of. Edmonton. Saskatoon appears to. be the only club favoring -the, proposed serai-pro league to in- clude Alberta and. Saskatchewan teams, .which originated, from ,Eom6n- tbii. Jloose Jaw to Regina would not entertain the proposition and have passed it ap. tle semi-pro Jiqck- three years -ago..- in a league E-dmontoir, and later with Edmon- ton, and Battleford... Strathcona went into .the ..hole. so. bad that soine of the iittathcon-a say it has handi- capped, their cluo right up to the pre- sent day. reaching 500. -Kellogg. "Big. Chief Lumber was the. best with 493, while Gibbons rolled the high single with Hyslop was the Royal Ben- gal in the .Tiger bunch, with 478, bowling the steadiest _and most con- sistent gante ot the .bunch, except Kel- Jogg. Rygg .was off., color all )In affair: The I second game was fierce, six. of. the ten rolling miner' 130i Three other scores under that mark, were also Oh you'SpokaneI -The scores: Tigers' Ellis 152 1.54 A. Jennings .1 136 Hysiop 155. Kygg IGO" WHFN THOSF DPI FGATR MFFT TTllLll lllUJL ITILLI 179 116 4241 4631 378 47S Scarle Gibbons 741 Indians j 165 _12S 45S I Kellogg' 160 126 151 14S 120 10S 170 129 464 3SS 493 S35 "2240 Olds-, was_ not. .representeft at the 'Red.. Deer meeting, according to tie press .reports about the meeting. "Does this, mean that Olds .will "be- out of the A. i. H. A. this Olds always had a .strong, team, and they did much to keep .the interest -..of the alive along the north line be- tween Edmonton and Calgary. The city league decided to Junior league ,and give the ypuhgsters mftre attention than in the ..past- .Thisjs an excellent move, on the part of the league, and if foster the game in no small de- gree. There, is.plenty.of material for the juniors and the league will -be able to get fire or six teams. What district the. Calgary clubs will "be included in ia league this winter, is a matter that Is occu- pying the attention of a large number of local fans. At.the league meeting last Saturday, at Red..Deer, Didsbury Ukotoks, High Klrer. and the ,two Cal- gary clubs are the ones that are bunch ed within a reasonable distance. TKere May be-Some 'arid There May Not of Pennant and Death or Life of. the Western Canada League Main Questions Here ori Newspapers oil of the- 4 Western Canada League are predicting 437' a. iiighlv enthusiastic meeting of. the club delegates when ihev meet in Leth bridge next of those fiery meetings at which there will be much scalp-raising 'and noise: Presi- j dent Eckstorm says this will'not be' the case, however, as it will take Jjut j--- j a very short session to put the- ques- tions ot the league .plainly before .the delegates, the answers to which will tie readily suggested and adopted. The president doesn't say who will get the pennant. He doesn't care. The main, questions that will come up for discussion are .The awarding, qf the pennant for the past season's championship. The question of an International i league, composed of Alberta and Mon- tana cities, or the continuance of the i Western Canada League as it now YALE AND HABf ARJD BATTLE in gs.ors. the question as to which FOR KUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP OF- claim- the THE STATES present stage of ;ther.seas6n Boston, Novi big game of the football season comes next. Satur- day, when Harvard meets Yale at -New Haven. If; Harvard wins, she will be the unquestioned champion of the east, if not of the country. A Yale victory, such as the Blue scored over Princeton, would lead to mixed feel- Harvard easily leads, the eastern col leges. Annapolis may second place, Princeton third, despite yesterday's defeat by Yale; Penns'yl vaiiia- fourth, West Point, fifth; arid Confell sixth. .The intersection games between Pennsylvania .and Michigan and Cor- nell and Chicago offered .little of a basis for comparison between the east and the west. A EEADYFOK ROAD RACES BETTER THAN SEVENTY MILES AN HOUR IS EXPECTED ON SAN FRANCISCO BOULE- VARD San Francisco, Nov. midnight football game, played under the rays of a thousand arc within the sound of the ocean surf, will be the in- ry feature of this year's Santa Will Take Steps to Or- ganize District There Next Wednes- day New Material for League Tc _ and probably the advisability Monica road race, which ris expected of a new.Western.Canada League min- j to eclipse the speed records oi last j us .Winnipeg and Brandon.. The latter, j year, although lie latter still stand as !if adopted, would mean a Saskatche-' world marks. De Paima and other compact, comprising noted drivers are coming to enter the Lethbridge, Calgary, Sas-, speed test, and it is expected ttie en- katoon and Moose Jaw. Advice from trants in the three events scheduled Regina .speaks favorably of prospects do. better th'an seventy miles an ior baseball next year -there if a feas- hour orer recently constructed ible league is formed. I Boulevard system. MADAME .HUGHES Conductor Ladies' Welsh Choir at the Majestic Tomorrow Evening The salary limit and finances 01 iiie league will come in for considerable discussion, no doubt. The meeting will be called at 10 The race this year will be run in three sections. Light car-s will corn- pete first. Then will come the com- 1 The tenders Team in l own Macleod, Alia.; Nov. meet- ing.' of those interested in, hockey in Macleod will be held in town on Wed- nesday night, November 23rd, for the purpose of organizing a hockey team for the coming season and to see what, can be done to form a suitable .Alberta... ..There is-some new.material for .a team .in, Macleod which with most of last year's stars should make a very good ieam which would be able to hold th'e reputation that was gained last- year when Macleod defeated the Calgary .Tigers, which -were supposed to the champions of Alberta. It is the .desire in: hockey circles here that Macleod should have a gilt- edge team this winter. One' that will even surpass that oi last year. called for the petition of stock cars .and finally the taking, of .the rink for -the- season and free-for-all. The distance of the.fre.e- in the morning if alt th'e dele-, for-all is 202 miles. In.this De.Palina gates arrive, noori; otherwise in thf -r--will dura the Fiat which-is oh the TORONTO IS STANDING LOYAL TO VARSITY Confidence Expressed In the Colle- gians to Beat Lawsor. Says Varsity Will Win by 10 or 12 Points Toronto, Nov. main topic In sporting circles these days is the outcome of the Canadian rugby cham- pionship finals, in tdiich Hamilton, Varsity, and.the 0. R. F. U. cham- pions, will appear. The great Interest centres in the game between Hamil- lon and Varsity. When these teams come together the greatest crowd that ever attended a football match in Ham ilton will be present. Toronto is solid for Varsity, and wherever collefe men are to be found the feeling is that the Collegians will win. The cities, how- ever, are strong and the Tigers will not Jack for sufnxtors when the time-enrobe. Some -of the leading authorities dope it out Look Good to Jack Newton ,Jack Newton (Varsity captain "My sympathies are so strongly with Varsity that anything .1 might say hardly unprejudiced com- ment. I have been watching the work of the team this fall, and they have certainly been going along fine. Ham- ilton will need to have an exceptional- ly strong team to beat don't think they can do it." Dawson Says It's a Siire Thing Lawsoc, of last year's Varsity team; "I've been thinking it all over since the teams won their union championships, and I can come to only one. conclusion, and that is a for Varsity by 12 points. I think it is as sure a thing as one cauld. expect, in a football match. Waited Two For .T...A..Reed: waiting two years for this. It -was a great disap- pointment to me that Hamilton didn't qualify last year instead of Ottawa. However, the opportunity has arrived, and the Tigers .will.surely find their superiors in the snappy young Col- legians." Two Thousand Students Going Up, Constable Christie "Ham- ikon or Rosedale, it won't make any difference to Varsity. They have no home. They practice on the campus acd even their home games have been played on strange grounds. The only time they went to Rosedale was for tlieir three matches. The1 Hamilton grounds will seem as much like home as .Rosedale. 1 nere'll be close to students on hand from Varsity, and there'll be a parade and organized rooting a celebration, too, for Varsity will surely Youth Will be Served. TV. G. TVeod "li wiii'j be a great struggle between two fine teams, but I think Varsity will-prove to be masters of the Tigers. Varsity has youth on its side and this will be a big factor in the ultimate outcome, it is two years since the teams met and I think Varsity can reverse the mind, is inferior to Varsity's rear i guard." Varsity Players Confident Keddy Dixon: "They will be strong here from Savannah.. .Mitten is bring- ing his 150 .horse-power. National. The fope-Hartford will Dingey at the wheel, and Hanshue will pilot the Apperson. Others will be the Franklin, Knox. Stoddard, Dayton, Kisselkar, Isotta, Buick, Velie and Stanley steamer. Football has the field all to itself er than we are at centre, but boys n-ill outlast them. If we ly football people appear to be in a position to take advantage of their patrons. Thev sure do it. decision of 1.90S." Team-Play Should Win Dr. A. B. Wright: 'Varsity will be on edge for the Hamilton game, and, barring accidents, will be quite able to take care of themselves. Team play is Varsity's chief reliance, and results have shown that the boys have'learn- ed their lessons well.'' Pure Enthusiasm of Youth Major Heron: "While I have a whole our Iln the fall. It is practically the only are j sporting excuse -for spending an af- within 7 points of them at half-time {ternoon in the open air. Consequent- get all your money down. Watch Art Moore. He is the dangerous inan be- hind tie line." Hugh Gall, Varsity captain: "I don't see now we can lose. We have the 'speed on the line..and, the cackling ability behind the line. I cannot seq that they have anything oil us." J. B. Macdouaid, manager Varsity team: "I. don't see where they .can beat us. Varsity -was beaten by Tigers before because they had stage fright. They have confidence this time, with the speed, the tackling, and the plays. I don't see how we can be beaten." P.. 31. Watts, seereUi-jr Varsity: '.'We cannot lose. The team has it on Tigers in, every thing b.iit weight." "Jeff "Varsity speed will offset any advantage in weight the Tigers have along -tho wing.line. Be- the line we are superior." Speed and Brains.Count Harry "Me for the Colie-j gians. They have speed, brains, and trickiuess, and while the game is less' a matter of brawn .than when I played it I follow it closely enough, I think, j to appreciate the speed and grey mat- ter with which Varsity will oppose Tigers' heavier wings and the gener- alship of .Schoolmaster Simpson." Cnrjsty Matheweon is to receive a some respect for Hamilton Tigers, and salary of next year, so it 5s as- know that Varsity is weaker along the wing line, I think that, Varsity's speed, all the way, tackling ability, the pure enthusiasm, of .youth, and .their grand box of tricks will pull them out vic- tors. Timers' book division, to my. sorted. This is the largest s-alary ever paid to a ball player. Christy is worth every cent of It, as_ he atands head and _snouiders over every other pitcher In the country. Without him the Giants a bujnca. m .TORONTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL Not a dollar or an idea has ieen spared to put the HOUSE. Toronto, in the venj first rank of hotels In tile Dominion of Canada. American and European American Plan a. day. sad op. 'GEO. WRIGHT- AXO 3NIACJC CARROLL of the successful one will, he announced in a few days. There is already ioe thick enough to skate on, on. the sloughs .and ponds near the river, and it -is expected that before long the people will be able to skate in the rink. WOULD REVIVE HORSE RACING Endeavor, to Set Aside Anti-Gambling Law in New York What Sena- tor Agnew Says- New York, Nor. 18. Amove to ab- rogate the Hart- law] which. -by preventing, gambling .on race tracks, gave a severe blow to racing in this seen, .today .Senator in an order to show cause why the apportionment of the; state in 1907 iuto senate- and assembly districts, should not be revived. The order was issued a few. days. ago by. Justice Bischorf, .of -the Supreme. Court, upon a petition. ..of five signers, and is re- turnable on -November 16. Senator Agnew. said: "The same point was raised at the time the Hart- Agnew billg .were under discussion! At that-time it was declared that the. apportionment.. of 1907 was unconsti- and that "ttie election of Sen- ator .Wallace was unconstitutional. and that as a1 'consequence the laws passed by his vote were also unconsti- tutional. It will :be remembered that the Hart-Agnew bill could not have been passed "without his vote." AEROPLANE BEAT HORSE Get a Carbo-Magnetic our 30 flay Free Trial need not buy the razor until are thoroughly satisfied that- it Js-., better any other you ever tried. For Sale By. RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO. AND GEO. H. LING. Brief ahcl Breezy IN MlL'E RACE Bud Mars Cut the Corners .With His Airship and Easily Defeated the Thoroughbred .Nov. (Bud) -Mars, in his Curtis aeroplane, defeated the. racehorse My Southern, Boy in a mile race but it was not a fair test, because owing to the high wind. Mars could not control his ma- chine, and cut the corners. TIS JES' NATURAL TO CHEW GUM, SAYS JOHNSON ON TRIAL. New York, Nov. Jo'hnsori. an actor, was examined yesterday, in suit 'brought by Bernard Gerard, and he" estate of. Henry C. Miner, theat- rical managers, for various sums 'ag- gregating which the plaintiffs allege are. flue them because the act- r, it is charged, broke his contract o appear "in an exhibition. ..for ten weeks last spring under their direc- tion. When asked if his full name was not John Arth'ur Johnson, the vitness declared he knew himself on- y as Jack Johnson. Attorney Nathan Burkan, for the laintiffs, asked.. Johnson to cease hewing gum, Johnson refused to do he same pleading that it was his na- ure to chew gum and he just could Dartmouth's new gym- nasium is. nearly finished. The foot- ball players have quarters in the build- ing. inside hbck'ey was brought down to a science by Weldy He was the man who invented-'..the. famous body-check that caused the' skaters to loop the loop. It was -known as the "rowdy dowdy." IL in i. _ The, strength of. a football eleven lies in. the .strength .of the...forwards, and the bigger; faster-and gamer they are the better. Willie Anderson, 31, famous golfer, is .dead, at Philadelphia from-harden- ing of the arteries. 'f Olarence Mackay, is moving lite breeding establishment from Lexington to ...The fam- ous: .stallion, Meddler, iv among the horses deported. Matty the New.. England lightweight, is going to. England this fall, and will, malc.e an effort to..get on. a match, with Freddy 'Welch, the Eng- lish champion. .If not successful in getting a bout with Welch he will try his luck in France. Eddie Gerard, the Ottawa hair-Track had two narrow squeaks from losing his amateur status last winter. The "Ottawa hockey team carried him as spare man'inoBt'-'of for the game with Wanderers' In Montreal Eddie was slated to take Bruce Stuart's place when the latter broke his shoulder. Football influence pre- vailed, however, and Gerard .stepped aside .for Ken Mallen, who in iuni had give way to Waiter Smalil. M New York Giants have presented Christy JMathewsoii with a 3400 gold watch. Seemingly Mc'Graw's men re- cognize the fact that the New Yorkers are a team. Matty receiv- ed the girt, in token erf his, feat in winning four games in the recent in- ter-city series. John McGraw .nicknamed the. Ath- ot help it. The enquiry brought out ..that jletics "White .Elephants." When, he 'The beard that the American teague had Follies of the in which John- son was appearing under Gerard's .management; played, ..Indianapolis, invaded Philadelphia he predicted that Shibs and Mack would have a. "white elephant'1 on their hands. MEADOWS Says TAKES UP ALF SHRUBB'S DEF! Any He Will Run Englishman Distance Any Time Toronto, Nov. Shrubb's challenge world has evoked a reply from Fred Meadows, of Rock- wood. "I'll run Shru'bb any distance from 10 to 15 miles, at any time, at any said Meadows today. "Now his leg is right, the chance for.him to get even for the defeat I handed him- in Excelsior Rink, Toronto, last winter, is awaiting." Meadows leaves .next week for j treal, to train with Abbie Wood for j the next New York relay race on Nov. j ember 29. .He says his ankle went j back on him at three miles, and Wood i did all. the real-running after that, else they .would