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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page ff. TWR LETTTBRTW3F PATLY ITERATE November Clgiri, Confectionery Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stain Dominion Block, op- poiitc Court House Western Canada Hockey League Finds a Booster Coming Season Should See.Preliminary Work on League Carric.d.Qut Following up Mile snsymion or Jveador, as to tho formation' "a "Western Canada Hockey Mike the Prt-e I-ross, has this communt, to make: "Tho suggestion TYoin Kegiim that the n'me is ripe for tho formation of u Wes-Ccrii Canada Hockey loa.mie on Hie lines of the football organization, which recently camo into existence, is one weli worthy of the considera- tion of the powers that be in the var- ious leagues. Such an organization would mak? easy ;hu supervision of jircveui the Jumping of men from one league to ihe other, and in Jimiiy ways work out for the improve- moni of (he game. .Sevsral of (he leagues aiu only rho embryo stage. tho CK :he mumilt; in the thrcs provincos would no doubt make tho future of hockey assured. There are many points, however, i which will have 10 hn worked out be- faro such a league could be success- f.-'ily cperateii. I locked is much fur-' ilier .advanced in Canada thnii football. There are more teams i find more organizations, and it I be a matter of much -time and j Jalior u plan to decide th-a chftmptonsblp t-'ould t'2 devised. The only matUod thar. would ensure good results is the one in operation by the Ontario Hockey association, in which .the c'mbs are grouped in tricts, recording to geographical po- sitioii, and with short schedules it is for tlv_? winners to play off! fcr the champion ship in good time, The vorK of grouping; the teams and j P'acimr in senior, imermediate and junior series, is one much la- i or. and usually is the cause of .oitich The- presence of -.'he AI- I 3an cup in the, West, is nicely to niore dilliculty, as the matches for i that trcphy are certain to take up iri'ieh at the end of tlw play saasjn iii the league in which it is Itelti. However, at the outset a West- ern league composed of ic- the three pjroviri fo have supervisionai and is'ative powers, would ba a jood 1-hin.j at present woiiltli piv the to a more- extensive jrric'icnl governing body in the near f'liure. YES, IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY! odds of 4 AW: WHO A CARTDomsTi QEE: it> LIKE TO _. EAL ARTIST ;oBI WHO FWMT5 AH ME: HOW 1 COULD MEF.T AREAI- A COUNT! OP AM EARL! AH! HOW YEP! I'LL SELL YOU THIS FOR iVo I .MEED A aMAVC! I AM ONLY -A WOKKIflCr AMERICAN 80T- WHEN i oer MAB IT EVEM Bl CCM D Ml Wolgast Favored in Betting in His Fight With Welsh Jl.-n Jeffrrei Llkec Woljait In Twenty- Provincial Hockey League Meeting Week In Gibson Hiidi Affaire Round Battle Augtfes, Gal., Nov. Ae approaches for tlie Wolgast- Welsh go to be srtagud, it is evident that the Aniorlctin elwmiiion, Aii. Wol- will be it big favorite whwu he Kraddle Welsh, the EngliBh Welsh has many admirers, however, and when he s-teps into ring in tho Pacific A. C., nl, Vernon, Gal., on Thanksgiving Dav, he will be surprise to many who hold him too cheaply. Jim Jtiffrios Is a strong r.dniircr of Woljjast, and is pliu'ing few nud dollars on the champion, giving openly Nov. win be a big to tlw many anxious hccicoy Playera in Alberta to know that Vni- Went Gibson win nttond to the calling of u roosting of the Provincial hock- ey league at once, and in all proba- bility the meeting -will be held, next In Calgnry. .In that troublesome constitution, which WIIR hurriedly year about tbis time, no provision was made for an annual meeting, and it boon to look as though a meeting of kind was a thing of very doubt- ful possibilities. But "Doc" Gibson's deelsloii to call a mooting at once do away with all the donbl which has been expressed. Tho leaguo pros- his belief that there is not a light- weight 'boxer In -the world who can outpoint Wolgast in a twenty-roupd battle. Other prominent CallforoiauB have watched both men in action do not entertain the same views, and are backing their judgment by plac- ing their money on Welsh. They claim the Englishman can take all the punishment Wolgast can give him in the end oiitbox him. expect Wlesh to win on points. MARATHON CHAMPION PREPARES FOR RACES New York. Nov. had to very siiccessrnl. season, 'Hans Hol- Jner, -the professional mar- athon champion, 'writes from Sweden That h'3 is "preparing himself for a number of races, he' hopes to win juany more laurels bo_fore_ he comes back home. Holraer is entered in the big an- nual Powd-arhall marathon on New Year's Day. In a letter to "Sparrow" Jioberisou, Hotmer writes he met 7vTat Cartmell, the former Pennsyl- vania champion runner, at Liverpool. who is now a professional, informed Ho'irner he would participate in the IKO-yards handicap race at the J'owdorhall meet. HOCKEY MEETING MONDAY NIGHT Hockey players anil enthus- iasts are reminded of the meet- evening in the Y. ill' 0. A', at eight o'clock :re the organization of a I'sague" for the season. All 'welcome. t OLD COUNTRY GAMES TODAY Driccoll and Mo ran Over Keep the Peace by'English Mag- First Curling of Season in Pass was Exciting Feniic, first curling contest, a friendly hout between Fer- ine anri Cranbrook curlers, took place last night in Fernie rinK. links I from the Banana town met 'two of the Fernie curlers. Judge Wilson's rink defeated Glesim ot Fernie, by a lead of six, and j Grant of Fernie and Roberts of Cran- closed a hotly contested game with an even score of 9-9. The ice was in good condition and quite a crowd 01 spectators out to sec the opening game' of the season: The visitors from Cranbrook arriv- rived on the six o'clock train and re- turned by the nine-thirl? local. Judge Wilson, T. M. Roberts, Ii. 11. Small, George F. Stevenson, .1. R. McCreory, C: McDougnll, R. E. Ueattin and D. McLeod were the visitors, and the Ferine players were: Ideirt will notify the secretary at once the meeting, and if ihe man does not send out tho no tices, the president; will take., the re nsibillty upon bls> owu shoulders for. carting the aaiemblr. Heretofore, him and come back for more. .Deacon Wbyte, is not.down. out lit Edmonton sporting though he waa'ousted out of baseball aati failed to bring home rugb) bacon. Deacon: will chfrtv 'of a tnara winter Hfi last, 'i s, tinlelMd. first in .the north- ern-division of the Provincial League, This aeaaon they will not known as the Deacons, tail, the Eskimos in- stead. Your Druggist Can Stop That Itch if you are suffering from Eczema, Psoriasis, or any other kind of'skin trouble, drop into our store for In- stant relief. We will guarantee to Btop that Itch in TWO .SECONDS. We have sold other remedies for skin roubles, but. none that we could re- uommend niore highly than the well known compound of Oil of Winter- Thymol and a it ,v other ingre- lients' that have wrought such won- lerful cures all over the .country. This compound IB known ae prescription' for Kczenia and we know :hat the very first application will ool a'nd--heal. the burning skin as nothing else cin. We know that D.D.D. Prescription will bring relief. Either D. D. D. Laboratories, L.'. H.f 49 St., Toronto, for a free trial- bottle, or come, in and see us about it. Jackson dope, dnigitats, Loth- bridie. of -were nd proumlgated. Optional nents approved are 175; aierciae4 'il. .Players suspended iiumber 919, and players reinstated mmber 803: players drafted the Nattonaa BUe, 71; by tho American league, by the National usooM J.28 to- tal amount of dratts, 138.S50: am- ount paid for -release by purchaBe, Total amount received thromh the secretary's office for drafted play- ers .optional agreement players an 4 released by purchase players, 000. During the ten years of the Na- tional asiociatlon had been bandied Iu in AKhough hartag offleill in convention, a number major lea- today's-' gue reprammatlTN seealon ot the ixation. The first, of croo out the ourrlttt >y President William M. Louisville, from Jnrch, an BroaiHw, at SCOTCH CURLERS SAIL, Glasgow, Nov. -royal Cale- donian curlers sail on board the Allan iiisr Ionian from on Dec. 23. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH Of OVER-SEAS CLT7B 1 A general. held in 8t. Wedn'lfilMr BMSL, 22ad 8 filial arrangenenM of tbe rarteM sub-eoniinitMO Fred Egan, Star Comedian With Weil's The Man alt fiat is a Man of Ae. tion Keen of thing when he it EDDY'S Wu, with Blow Ost. PHOOF MATCHES ftMOj Tea Otat in Cuidtv ;