Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LfefH BRIDGE TUESDAY; NOVEMBER n, PAGE THREE INK PROMOTER WILL MEET; DEVOTEES-TONIGHT Chasera ol the puck, attention hero is a- practical assurance -.that icro will be a.covered rink in I..eth- ridge this season. That means fctck- In years past hockey has rcen alked to death without any real ne- on resulting. This year every oppor- imifcy will be afforded for the play- of the best winter game, and en- the promoter ot the covered rink at Henderson. 'Lake, will be present at the Arcailt tonight at 8 o'clock to give the boys a talk, and it is e the earnest :hc.je of everyone conconi- ed Hhat the meeting will result in a hockey organization hcing formed, u the Chinook does not prove too pene- Mr. K Oi UK' IK-av in i msiasts should get busy now. on the hockey s not cno n-anizatiou'Of a team. Mr. that's the, stuff I rganizatioirof a team. Mr, trating there will bo skating m Wilson's rink by Saturday. Talking hockey's not enough; play hockey, ON NEW WORLD'S By the score of the Col- 4- legate Institute of. Calgary, 'defeated lira University o! -Al- Now. York, .Nov. le-.-Every divi- sion of Hie Amateur Athletic union onds was well represented here today when several of the prominent committees met to prepare their reports, which will bo presented to the delegates at tho, annual .meeting of the union tore today. Among the new world's records ac- 1 cepted by. the committee are the iol- 'Fifty-six pound weight lor height, Icet Hi- inches, P. Don- ovan, Pastime Athletic club it .Olympic club games, San Francisco, Cal February 20 1911 Running high feet 7 5-16 :inches, outdoor, E. Bceson, Olympic -club, at Berkeley, Cal., May 2, 1914 Cat., May 10, The marks of 311-5 seconds or 220 vards by George. Parker, Olympic club, at Fresno, Cal., October 2, 1914 'and 8-6 Eecqads-.for 100 yards by B P. -Drew, University ot South- ern California, .at- Berkeley, Cal., March 28, were .the most, prom- inent accepted -by the .committee as equalling .tine existing records. It is-expected -that Alfred G, LH1 Jr of Boston, will be re-eleetod Only one candidate, Frederick W KueW, president of the Metropolitan association, has been mentioned as a probable successor to the late Jameb B Sullivan as secrctnrv-troasurcr CANADIAN LEAGUE NOT LIKELY TO DISBAND Hamilton, Nov. announce- ment from Omaha, Neb., to tile etfect .that'the Canadian league asked to be allowed to close up shop for the sea- Bon of 1918, in without foundation. That there has been a mistake made I in regard' to the announcement is the i general .belief here. HA6EN IN DRAW Wallace Idaho, Nov of 'the fastest b.outs ever pulled off In the 'Coeur 'd'Ale'ne district was that be- tween' Frank Barrleau of Vancouver and Romeo Hagen of Seattle at the Masonic temple here last night It was decided a dmv by the Judges after 15 rounds of great mill Ing Ono Judge Victor Langley, gave Barrleanf the best of the contest; hut the-other'two judges stood; out for a draw, which-.wttB the popular decision of the large, audience present. It Ooein't Pay j Hughie Jennings may haie talked too much, but the chief count in the indictment to be that he told the truth.______________ Would, you scream if I unould kiss Why. Jack, I have such a cold 1 can: scarcely, of it Uitil it' is .asiured that, the ice is of sufficient thickness to bear-a- the'wisest plan is to slcate onl> where the lake is .or else' keep off C. THE LAKE SKATING There has been skating .at the iLak'o since the cold s.nap sot Is'smouth there Is a London, Nov. of professional football In- England are greatjy agitated over a state- ment itsued tonight by Under-Scc: retary of War H. J. rela- tive to the attitude of the military authorities' toward this sport. "Asked whither football should be played In time of says the statement, "Under-Secretary Tenhaht" replied the military authorities have no objection to the game ae an occasional recre- atlon. Professional football It not within that category and It Is more desirable that profei- slonal football players should find employment In his 'Majesty's forces.'1 Intermediate team on Saturday afternoon and cap- tiircd. the- Intermediate Kugby' Championship of Alberta. .5- 4- DEC. 26 NAMED AS OPENING DATB OF THE ASSIST RlLIEF FUND Montreal, Koy, 16. T. Kmnwtt 'Quiim was chos'tll president ol tho -National Hockey Association at a special in tlic Windsor Hotel Saturday. 1'reviwis to the elec- tion the resignation ol T.. tates Fos- ter-as president- and T. Emmett Ouinn as secretary-treasurer were, ac- cepted. Frank Caldcr was elected to fill the vacancy in the latter posi- tion. Tho first match of tlic season will DC ptayed on December 2fi and the league season will close on March 23. CanadiMS and- Torontos will open the season in Montreal and Toronto .respectively. One of the chief discus- sions which occupied the time of the gathering was concerning a series of all-star matches arranged between -the various clubs. These Busies -will Ic played betore or alter the regular season', and the entire proceeds will be'donated to'the patriotic fund or the fund for the unemployed. NEW HULKS A' match foul within ten minutes oi the closing of a match calls for a fine, and a report to the league for consideration. Charging into the fences constitutes a major match ioul, PREIEN1N. H. A. TONIGHT ONLY Last Chance to see the 4th Instalment of Louis Vance's Great Serial JtmUtK, I OI.O 111 a lllujui. Vancouver and Victoria are tlie proposed plan to bar body- ing a series of matches for the wjj.hin ten feot of tho fences fie Coast Championship. through i puck rebounding trom ...-j-v. -j goal skates, or will not be considered as oR- iide. 'The adoption of a schedule was left until a later-date, but last year's schedule will probably be adopted with a- few changes in the Ottawa club's dates. There Was.no discussion as the N.H.A. .meeting o! the pro- posed international hockey league so much mooted oi later by National Athletic Association "of Montreal. GALLERY PRACTICE A gallery practice will be neld at usual this evening at 7 30 In the base nient .of Centra? school. All Eifle club members who not signed the service roll pleaie call at and sign BO repoit can. be made and goyeinment grant claimed won the first match 6 to 3 The biggest surprise .of .the.-season; in college football was sprung on Saturday at Lansdownes Park, Ot- Lawa, when St. Patrick's defeated the Toronto Rowing and Athletic club by a score.of 9 The Argonauts of Toronto are tie with the Hamilton m the Big tour the result of Saturda) s games. Toronto and Hamilton will be rugby crazy about now. Montreal sprung a lot of trick plays on the Ugos Saturday at Toronto, and for a short period had .the oars- men guessing. The trick plays n-et with blocking methods and hleWj up and thereafter it was the game, .hands .dowiif i McCtill by wallopping (Jueen'.s Sat-1 urda) gamed the right to pla; off with Toronto Sltj for the Inter collegiate championship. No less than people witnessed .the game at: Montreal, played upon- a; fluid cf.j ne-arly all iee. When "the Hamilton'-Tigers cleaned" up Ottawa Satuidav tho til city team's record stood No" .wins, sii losses Ottawa vat outclassed t Toronto Varsity's game- at Hamil- ton Saturday, when they defeated the Hamilton R. C. 11) .to-13, was an exhibition game. BOWLING AT Y. M. C. A. BOARDING CLUB AND HERALD TEAMS WON Two issues were decided last night at the I'.M.C.A. bowling alleys. The Boarding club took the Union- Bank team into camp, and tho Herald did the same with the Royal Bank. The ".cores: Boarding Not One Dull Moment during tlic Entire t: Production Miiny Other Big Features ,Carberry Shannon A'ilen "Union Bank Tack Harris Collins. ANOTHER SIXrDAY RACE -Nov. made up of the world s leading bicycle riders started tontght a lew ivronds after midnight in the annual slxday bicycle race at the Madison Square Garden- Herald foottell Competition In Prizes First Prize Second Prize AND ONE PfllZE OFtSW A RULES OF THE COMPETITION 1 competitor will fill in the coupon! below oy marking num- ber of the team he thinks will win If to indicate a draw he will mark X. IB every the home is No 1 and the visiting team No 2 2 A competitor is at liberty to Bend MM many entries as be pleases Twenty-nve cents entitles him to fill in two coupons If all five are used, 56 cents mutt accompany the cou- The amount of prizes win published wealrty. and the winners will be announced every Wednesday The amount ot the pmes each week will depend upon the number of guesses received the week previous All monies received will be uied as prizes 4 Competitors should write their and iddretses clearly, and Bay letters into tne tin oox previous, sent, a ime.oir In the buimesB office of the Herald into the final period to hold the Tig or mall them addressed to the Editor m i.wir rnmnlRfo failure n Football Competition, Bail: Herald lethbrtdge 6 No parson connoetcu with The Herald will be allowed to compete C 411 lelections must be received in the -HeraId_offlcB hot: later .than the first post Saturday morning may drop.the letters into the tin box HARVARD AND YALE CLASH NEXT SATURDAY A Buchanan, T. Evans R; W. Buchanan- Royal Bank- Sloan. Ranch.. Haycock New York. Nov. True .football form and upsets were intermingled in the games played on eastern gridirons on Saturday. Where. the analysis of tho ia confined strictly to the regular teams the results co mcided with predictions HIL injection of numerous second and thud string players produiod however, several features not included in the forecasts. Fins applies particularly to the Yale-Princeton and the Harvard- Brown struggles, which .furnished -'the unexpected arid sensational elements the .week-end Yale, after; scoring ridrron clash points agains s, i um, mum ai.ui.iuB j. at Prinreton in do minutes..6f.play, !thus coming ithin one point of Harvard's sccre oier the sane eleven one week previous, sent a line of r substitutes SOAST HOOKEY PLAYERS TO START PRACTISING Vancouver B.C., Nov. Pacific Coast hockey players will turn pnt this week lor the first practice of the season PractMaJly every team is complete, and Vifh the exception of Tommy Dunderdale of Victoria, there are no holdouts. :He refuses to sign and will be suspended by the Vic- The Vancouver club will trial to a couple of amateurs FORM OF COUPON I hereby Agree to the conditions laid- down in connection with the competition by The Herald man agement, and agree to abide b> any decision given by them Addre.t GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 ENOLI8H LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION City, 2 Blackburn Rovers' iTiyertpn; 8 Sunderland.______________ 1 NewcMUe united, 2 Atllatic dlty. I Alton till. Houpur, 2 C T _________ iNQLISH LtAQUt-SECONO DIVISION 1 Barnaley, 1 WolTtrhampton _L 1 Blackpool. 2 Olounp AneniT' 1 Lelcetter I North fend, t Hull City" LIAOUS 1 Brighton and Hove, 2 Croydon Common 1 Cardlrf City; 2 Bristol Hovers 1 Orritai Palace, 2 1 ftymootn Arfylt, t Wattoig LIAttUK J_I i___i i n i i complete failure oi tins manoeuvre is shown by the faet that the orange and black piled up-two touchdowns goals, i less than 1C minutes, and was threat- ening to wrest victory; from the .blue when tbe final call of time.'Cut' shoi.b the chances of an eleventh-hour, win" H VHVARD ALSO CONSERV DD Hauard, with the same idea of conserving the energies, of her varsity combinatiop [or the garnfr next Saturday, sent a team composed chiefly of substitutes against, Broun and-Hie.result was a n'0-scorertie..'As far as the bearing oh. the outcome of the -Vale-Harvard game is concern ed these reversals of form can be dis regarded since a wide gull exists be tueen the defensive strength of the first and second combination at both New Haven and. Cambridge BR'CKLEY'S Harvard Captain Will Needed Cambridge, 'Mass., .Nov. tain Brickley of the.: Harvard '-football team, >wiho was operated .on for apuen- tlicitis ago, said' today lie -would play in the Yale gaine next Sat- uiday should Harvard get into a po sition where a field goal would win for the crimson Of course' be add ed, I get Into no scrimmaging' OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL Irlth Chftonyille 3, Qlenavon 1 Glentoran 2, Celtic Oi Llnileld 2, Shelbourne 2. Biihemlans 2, Distillery 3: Lancashire Cup Rugby Wigan 33, Swlnton 3 Harrington S, Rochdale Hornets 13 Northern League (Rugby) Bromley 11, Wakefleld Trinltv 0 Dewsbury 5 Kingston Rotors 15 Leigh 14, Broughton Rangers 0 4 Oldhnm 10 York 7, Halifax 18 Ketghlw 3, St. Htleni.13, narrow IX 146 14-1 97 40 4-46 13 10? 38-1 147 TREATS MEN AS PALS AS HE CARVES .HIMSELF A LAST- ;INO .REPUTATION France, Oct. a little .vlllaat! jiust across the border from '-here J .saw today, walking through the drizzle, man who will jrobakly- of this war 'ivlth the most lasting reputation of any engaged, in Albert of Bel- glum. Freah from the- tranches, where he had .scorned -death- and patted his lighting' soldiers on the shoulder, with 'the cheers of -hlfl enthusiastic men In his ears, his long, rather Eng- lish face wove the expression of one who had suffered, a: great deal and who -was ennobled; by his suffering. 'Men Would.Die For Him idng-'Alberfls tho most popular of- ficer in the armyV The soldiers in the trenches say; so, and. .they arc not giv- en to flattery Just now. For instance, one soldier told me that "the averasa Belgian ii'u at his "best on this 143 [game man also told mo there 'was no! a map in the army "who would not die ior" Nor is S3 152 158 40" 141 353 Bowling Tonlaht High School vs. Dormitory. Directors vs.- Kaox. 446 105 134 135 374. 112 154 i.ISS 404 116 140 352 CATSPAV CUSHION RUBBER HEELS are made of the finest, lightest weight, longest wearing Rubber that can be had in the regardless of price. Yet they coil.. no more than theordinary kind -SOc. attached. Ask your Shoe Man Ratter Ct. votfoti to 'a mysterious "his about whom the- common people know ittle KinK Albert is because is known jather than beCiUse he snt "Most said a sol-1 dier to soldier who had been through Liege, Charleroi, Brussels, Antwerp, Catena, and of whose regiment only 300 were to )e appioacbed with kid gloves on" Butjbe ioldiers.are unanimous that the King is most democratic He does not-Trait for. His men to come, to lira. He goes to his mon He tries to .understand them; 6e goes every- where, unaccompanied dresses in one of'the. plainest of uniforms ani addresses his .-soldiers as comrades rather than as subjects. 'Grieved at THeir Privation "One a -grenadier told me with a certain pride betrajing itself in his "we were sitting by the roadside'eatins onr of the day, which happened to be dinner We had been holding the Germans in check since day'nght and were tired and hungry All we had to eat, how- ever, was verr-'drr, bread The King rode up nlone, and when he saw what we were eating tears came in his yea" _ v _ This is a typical story one hears while mingling with the Belgian sol diers I understand that the King has to more than one officer became "of lick of interest in the soldiers m their command In Antwerp, the, soldiers told me, the King often risked cafes atone and sent to their quarters officers he found drinking tKera. King fcr Mayor The Raymond Leader sava that L, D King ia layured there for next year's fiiayr. RUSSIAN INVASION OF GERMANY THE HOUSE "THE HOUSE OF FEATURES TO-NIGHT Feature Programme LOVE, THE GIRL OF MYSTERY........ 2 REELS RIVAL RAILROAD'S PLOT; KALEM........ 2 REELS AND REFORM................. 1 REEL NEW WAITRESS.............. REEL TOTAL'NUMBER OF.REELS 6 Special Added Attractions V L-U.ELLA SIMON.S..THE CHILD be seen In an entire change of dancing with a complete change of costume. EMPRESS AUGMENTED SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. The Empress Is showing, and will continue to show, th. Largeat Programme of any Motion Picture Theatre In the West Notwrth. .landing the Large Programme, the Quantity is Excelled by the Quality. DON'T MISS THE SEASON'S.BEST Violin Recital SAM SADOWSK, AT 8.30, AT Knox Church Under Auspices of Knox Oboir, by the following Artistes Mr. Theodore Fossum PIANIST (Pupil of Maurtiz Mosikovski, Paris) Mrb. Stella Layton SOPRANO Mrs. W. J. Nelson ACCOMPANIST Tickets 25c, 50c, 75c on at Clim-ch at 7 o'clock ,sh itself in savage effoi SHOT GUNS DECIDE. HUSBAND FOR GIRL whtah tie to Htm MM MM ttoni and Poira. .at FlMchm aftw driving the tUDChw alons Ford Sterling In at th- Desth m "The Shooting .Match- Never before has Starland been so proud of any feature comedy tion than of Tile Shooting Match ivlth Foid Sterling in the leading rob, which wi.l he offered at this popular theatre for two days onlj commenc ,ne Friday As the story goes Suitz ana" Hans are membeis of a trap bhootmg club Smtz and Hans are rivals in each seeks the nand of pretty Emma Emma is undecided which one she loves best, and so fin- ally after many funny situations, pro- noses a shooting contest between the two men, winner to secure ber band In marring? The Now York World says Shooing Match is a pile of laughs trom beginning to end, -with Ford Sterling ever In the front with his irresistible 'doings GERMANS' DEFENSIVE WAR Kalatr Salmon In a Net, Say twlM Critic Paris, Under the head'ng "Germany's Defensive the Temps quotes from the Oenwn Jour nal's Swiss military critic, Col who considers that the war has noi definitely entered the third phase which la the German defensive on both fronts The first was the 'at taque bruaone" against France, th o GSI uyc tllc meshes T consider_the salmon les Germany toda> lOapt Oxilstor, OL fearn as been seriously wounded m acti u Franco while solving with Ins re nent tlic Northumberland Fusilier aque r the combined Aintro-Oeiraji movement against Russia. territory ed of Oi expelling ter (u the The Specialist Explains Cause oi Stomach Trouble VALUABLE ADVICE TO SUFFE ERS "There are many different forms wellkno stomach said a specialist recentlj, 'but all arc traceable to excessive acic and food fermentation That Is v the results obtained from the use drags are usually so disappoint! Admitting fermentation and cor quent acidlts of the food contents be the underlying cause of most foi ot it naturalls follows t tho use of a reliable antacid, such the pure blsurated magnesia whicl so frequently prescribed by phy lans, will P'Oducs better results tl any known drug or combination drugs Acc-oidingly I almost ml (ablj advise those nho Complain. digestive trouble to get some ibisft; od magnesia (note the namo carefu as other forms are unsuitable for tl 1 drngist a irmu take from one to iwo teaspoonfulls the powder, or two 5 grain compre ed tablets, with a little water afl neals This by Immediately ,neut? zing tho acid and stopping the f mentation, removes the he trouble and Insure!