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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Gathering': of Piick Chasers Last 'Night 'Indicates Business W. H; McLELLAND PUTS UP LEAGUE TROPHY A city "hockey is practically a result of last night's meeting of. four teams outside oE the Har vard and'Princeton elevens have been tion of H. K. Devsreaux Cleveland, Ghw, circuit be intact in 1015: _ This special session of stewards was called by H. K. Devereaux for the express purpose of Ironing out many of. the wrinkles that gave evidence of the disruption of the circuit. 31 r. Deveraaux tried to resign from this circuit but the stewards not only refused to. accept his resignation, but stated that they will vote for him for re-election at tile. annual meeting in Detroit, January 12. CHAMPIONS TO PLAY FOR WORLD'S CHECKER HONORS A world's championship checker match will take oiaoe in Kansas City, Mo., between Alfred JorSen, holder oE the English championship, and Newell Banks of Kansas City, cham- pion of America. The match will be- gin November lit, and wii'l be ot.lhe two-move restriction' style, and will consist of forty games, two games be- ing played each afternoon and.. each night. The contest will be for a purse of ?1000. ff ANOTHER SKATING RINK WILL BE BUILT HERE An open skating rink is to ff be constructed :on the corner ft of Second avenue and Fourth MISS LUELLA The Clcvtr Child Dancer, in an en- tire change of Spaniqh Dances Tonight. THE EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA. Of Special Interest The Empress Promises to Show, and- Will Show, the Largest, the Most Exclusive, and a Programme of Greater .Quality than any Motion Picture Theatre in the' West. THE FEATURE HOUSE AT BARGAIN PRICES. CALGARY MAN WINS FOOTBALL CONTEST PRIZE WINNERS Bettou, Korgle, Taber..... 10.00 Holberton City... 1.05 W. McGregor, City... 1.65 N. Hall, 1.C5 An outstde-of-the-city entry again captures first mon-ey in the' Herald football competition.. According to the results of the games received, F. Betton of the C.P.R. linen-room, Cal- gary, guesszd the greatest number of winners last hit fifteen bulls-eyes. Taber Man Second A. Forgie of Taber landed second money. He guessed one less than the Calgary man. Lethbridgeites. Thirrt Three Lethbridge entries succeeded in. gettnig in on the '.hird prize. .are: W. Holberton, W. McGregor and ;N. Hail. Lots Guessed Twelve Nine twelve winners, and Charles FJyn of Magrath, who won the first competition, was one of them. There fourth priz2, but those who picked twelve are: P. Turn- ner, Geo. Masson, Robt. Thompson, Chas. Flynn. -F. T. Criittenden, John Tennant, C. Kerncley, I. K. Kirk, R. A. Falrbrother- To Avoid Mistakes The prize winn-ers will all he paid their money by cheque In the course of two weeks, after the results of the games have been compared with Eng- lish publications. Plrectors- McElyea.. Irving Stafford.. Prowsc JVilerlon.. Bonnell.. vard ano '.Princeton elevens ntiye pt Second avenue ana J'ouriu v nblc to Washington. and street as as 'the details JeEfersoa making the" fifth. Yale has can be arranged; The rink been playiuff.the gridiron game since wm be enclosed by a seven- 1872 meetins all comers. Princeton f00t fence, with': .closed dress-; m has 'beaten Yale .ten- times and Har vard lias won from the Blue seven times West Point lias "won three 'times. Brown Columbia twice, College once and Washington and Jef ferson "once. ing rooms, be 125x100; feet in area. Messrs. H. 2 Aston 1 -Tottenham 2 Manchester 1 ENGLISH SECOND 1 Barhsley; 2 1 Blackpool; -2 GIosspp. 1 1 Hudaerefield; 2 1 Lelcmter 1 osse, 2 1 1 Prealon iNorth Cud, 2 Hull SOUTHERN 1 ailllngham, 2 1 1 Brighton add Hove, 2 CroydSn 1 Cardiff City; 2 Bristol 1 Crystal Palace 2 1 Plymouth Argyle'; 2 SCOTTISH 1 I Celtic; 2 Ayr 1 talxlrk 1, 3 TUMUei a 1 I 1 J Queens Park English W.. D..' Oldham Athletic..... 8 -3 Manchester City.. 74' Sheffield Wednesday. 8 2 Blackburn Rovers 7 8 Aston Villa.. 6' "S W. Bromwich Albion 6 8 Middlesborough..... 4 Evertqn.......... 5 4. Newcastle United 5 4 Bradford City....... 5 4 Burnley.......... 5 3-. 3 Sunderland........ 5. 1 Sheffield United Chelsea.. 2 5 Tottenham Hotspur ..'.2 Bolton Wanderers 3 2 Notts County... 2 3 Manchester United ..3 3 Bradford.......... 3 -1 P. 10 18 3: IS 3 3 15 15 14 14' 14 4 14 t. P. 2 20 3 17; 3 1C 2 16 4 15 .5 .14 The gallery- practice of the local rifle' club 'last night was participate.! in by 22 menibers and the following scores were Davidson TONIGHTfeSl IS The Night Remember There are Only a Few More Episodes of YSTERY Hear the Orchestra Which Plays to Beat the Band BOWLING AT Y. M. C. A. KNOX WON MATCH Knov bowlers lowered the colors of the Directors last night in a league match at the Y..M.C.A. Tile stores: 101 J2C 91 318 124 140 Ififl 136 I 1S4 150 47 (32 BIG PROGRAMME AT EMPRESS The six-reel programme offering at the Empress today and tomorrow, consists of a two-reel 1'athe feature, entitled "The .Moth and the and deals with tile life of Oswald, a his 'wife, and a city visitor in the neighborhood, a photo-play with a good moral. "Brought to Justice" is another westerrrdrama, containing thrills and sensations to satisfy every one. Then there arc the three-comedies, "The Peacemaker's showing how a thrifty hsn-pscked husband spent his allowance of ten cents a week; "The Bargain Automobile" is the story of a buzz-wagon, a bank rob- bery and an oW one is a laugh from start to finish; "Slippery Slim. be shown needs uo introduction to the Letbbridsg public, and everyone is assured a good laugh: Next week Miss Luella Simons will be seen in a reyertoirc of Scottish dances.'' bnarch Theatre TONIGHT TOMORROW NIGHT Louis Vance's Famous Serial MATINEE ON SATURDAY EVERY CHILD GETS A PRESENT The Monarch is now under new management. The building will be redecorated and a service of the highest class of..pictures will be arranged for. H. F. JTIDSON, Mgr. AMERICAN BOXER WINS Sydney, Australia, Nov. Griffiths, the American pugilist, knocked out Mehegan, the former lightweight champion of Aus- tralia, in the eighth. round of their fight here yesterday. DEMAREST BEATS BUTTON Applelon, Wis., Nov. DemareEt last night defeated George. Button, SOO to 297. in a BiXiard Play- ers1 league match. Averages and high, runs: Demarest, -101; Sutton, 21, 65. ,-5 ;-5 IS 7 IQ :s '-7 i Stafford Major Burnett 43 Dodd 43 P., jfc-tinsoiy 41 Hill ....39 Ashcroft Wakeman 3li Westiey 35 il.: Johnson 31 Simmonds................... 31 Virtue 38 Kirk'liam 38 Keri: u.-............. 28 Roy 22 22 After some very creditable scores fcesn made, Mr. Maclcod laid down and put on a possible just to sh.ow .theni how it was done. 'One pf t-he.guns was fitted -with an sight last evening and lit- was found to superior Up the open sight for use in the electric light that .another gun will he fitted with the aperture sight, 'i Other'difficulties are being .remedied as they present themselves, and i through'-the- kindness of. the school Ihoard'we are-to' enjoy a very profits able winter's indpor 'shooting. Southern League --W. Reading.......... 9 -Brighton and Hove 8 Milhva-il Athletic S Watford.'.'.: "7 Exeter City...'.. .7 Portsmouth 6 Northampton. Town-.. 5' Swindon a West' Ham United (i Cardiff City.. L-iiton Town i> Bristol Rovers' Southend United 4 Plymouth -Argyle. 3 Southampton 5 Norwich City.. 2 Croydon Common-.... 'A Qusen's-Park R... -2 Crystal'Palace.'... 2 Gillinghaiii.. 2 D. League W. Hearts 13 Celtic Morton' Ayr United.. Rangers Hamilton. Acads. Airdrlepnians Cljdo Third Lanark St Vlrrcn Roith Rovers Dumbarton.. 10 S 7 9 6 6 ii 4 5 4 Pnrtlck Thistle Palkirk. Aberdeen Hibernians Kllmarnoek, Motherwell Queen's Park HOLD OLYMPIC. GAMES IN STATES .NEXT TIME Cause Postponement of '.-European Activities and Send Games to United Statss Paris, Nov. .Olympic games in 1916 may-take place'-in the United States; Baron Pierre de Coil- bertin, the president of the interna- 'tional tomnflttee, says if any cir- .-.curastances material-or sentimental, u 141 prevent their being held in Europe 4 it :ih 1916 they cannot be postponed un- 5 14 tir 1920, us BuggesteSi but that they 5 13 inlght be held in America. 8 13 .The war, Baron de Coubertin 7 12 thinke, will not have anything more than-a brief temporary effect-upon sport in France. Individual records will sufferr-'becaUBe stars as 9 Jean-'Bouin, the great runiier, have 9 fallen .'victims to the great holocaust: others-no doubt will foKow, arid the .younger element will not reach their highest form for three years or ruore, but eventually, the Baron, thinks, the war will prove to have been an addi- tional incentive to' physical training. DO NOT ENTHUSE IN CALGARY OVER HOPPE. AND TINMAN .fVnen those two famous cue ex- perts, Melbourne 'Willie Hoppe opened their serfes of games in Paget.hall. yesterday afternoon, the attendance'-was small, In the even- ing .ihere'.'was a much larger crowd, lit but it was not what It should have IJ been. Those that stay away from this series, do .not they arc miBsIng- Ciilgarv people are ai the present moment privileged to see two of the greatest exponents of theii