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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 191-1 THE LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE FOR BATTING, BOWLING AND ALL-ROUND FICERS ELECTED There linve been uiunv spcsjals cxliibitod i" l-cUiliriilgc, but. it has lit) to Stitrlnm! Thcalnv to .secure foi Us petrous thy must, remarkable set of uiovitiK jncUires ever produced, viz.: "Tlic Kii-gc RliOIilVEl) A i AT HALF TIME THK SCORE BK-'towii were presral. -r i TtKe: prize bats ivfro prescnti'd, 3 O'CLOCK -THIS'TWEEN. YALE ANU HARVARD for test batting average tor- THK: HBKALU AT AUTKRNOON-WHEN THIS PAGE STOOD i WENT TO THAT T.O.II IN1'. FAVOR. HARVARD. Sec back page. BRESNAHAN.W1LL DRAW RQWN A FAT SALARY Signs Contract for a Year- Archer Said to be Sore Cincinnati, Ohio, .Nov. Mresiialjan. was-appointed today man- ager of the Chicago'National league baseball club following a meeting be- tween President Thomas of the club, Charles P. Taft, owner of the ma- jority'of the stock of. the chin, and FIGHT'PROMOTERS MAY STAGE A.LITTLE WAR takui during.the prrarut war, and is credited with driuvins more mui to tllB Hrilish colors-tiian uny other nie- nea. If yo'itr 'iC 1 d season, and who rp.prcswitcil a program you Iberta in (lie Provincial On th.is ssaac mil ivill also lir 1 MSily won the tailing average, nr'tlio' for tlic lest howling used. If-yo.ar arrmigt-mcnts .-i 01 uiiura-gc, 'imf-oiic-for H.u l.i'st all-' such; that you can y go th ujund abilitv. VI. Mole, who has hrai: theatre once, next u-tek, Ihci., lyt la most coasiBtnit pcrionnor to Starlaml, Jlonilay or Hievilay an Kliown other big attractions 1 un u.'ii "-KJ- i ........i IT M the bat for I lie bowline, avcrafic ,va's' ing "Ihc. irey 0 Ural s Tom McCarey's Entrance Into Field at New Orleans Will Mean Throws Down Gauntlet New Orleans, Lti.-, Nov. year Orleans is to see a war beUyecn prize Staines. ndud- wh icli carried" ofi bv Hie juvenile, L. Nap-. needs no the Leth- prr who bowled in splendid ibyige public, it the most pop- tJirouflioiil srasun. "lar 1'Iioloplay serial over produced. For" the best all round player a j_______________ vote of the players, was taken which. placed F, W. it. George at (lie top of the poll. The meeting was closed by the elec- tion" of the lullovving officers for the MONDAY WAR SPECIAL S3 53 Nothing Liki' It Ever Shown Belorc OF Stirring Scenes During' the Siege Taken Right- on The Firing' Line a a o r o w 2 z a H c a o i m m q a o in H m I T) m T All the Late Music By The Starland Orchestra "THE BONNIE BRIAR BUSH" j COMING TO MAJESTIC Theatre-goers will tloubtloss pleased to receive t he. inforiiititiou that an a'ii-star revival of the cole- j .j a i----- .JI.UUH.J. tint an ill-star ruvivil of the cole-' fight promoters. Alter having said in T. II. SieUmaii, A. j br'ated "Beside the Bonnie un that lie would Youns. 'Hrinr by tliu i not oppose the -entrance of Tom Me- H. Maunscll, management of the .Majestic Can.'y of the Pacific const as a pro- ytarnes. cluli, Duminielv Toctorich, loc- non. K. P.- Me- jionda' Brcsnahan. ,Hc succeeds Harry O'-j ai impresario'and promoter of ton- A. M. MacdoualJ, Georgu S." Included in the cast are ami will Ije-thu attraction there on j lay and Tuesday, December _________ Day. Brcsnahan signed a contract tor three years .-He was formerly catcher for the New York. -Nationals, former manager of the-St. .Louis Nationals, and lastr season was catcher lor the he sigired to manage today. tests at liic Wtslt Side anil Orleans Casey, Inspector Pennyfalher. AlhlutU- clubs, tonight threw down r, the gauntlei" to .Mc-Carcy anil dared him to come here to.produce fights. "I was largely' responsildc ting through a bill-giving- us twenty nuintier of famous dramatic stars, arul 11. Allen. i the whole production will constitute 1'attersnn, the best attraction seen at the Ma- C. McLean. ijestic for some t'ime. Chairtnan of Heap.1) For Wednesday.- December D. iay with a fhoiisand laughs "What ;cd to, Jones" will be the l play Terms under whieh-Hresitahan sign-1 round hauls, ami now that the DAW I IMP AT Y M P A cd -according to newspapers quoting! has been legislated out oi existence DVJ n i i. m. I traction. include a On the coast 1 do not tliiiik it is lain t u lu! Manager Brown, is endeavoring to j HERALD COMPETITION MAKING PROGRESS The Herald football oouipe- titiou closed [or tiie week this morning. It appears as if the new method of guessing has had the desired oC i stimulating luierest in the con- I test. The letters have not-been opened yet, and just how j much they represent it is not easy to say, hut there is a big- ger" pile of them this week than before. For today the rules and con- j pon have been lifted, but they j will appear in Monday's Issue. salary; of as player and as-m'anager.-a'totat "oi year. A clause. ;pn .new manager can not he dethroned j Up the boxiii] for McCarey to encroach on Tin- MacDohald Co. took on both number of firHt-dass iittmc- j v do not vthjnk there the Dormitory and Knox teams for the C0min] A" clause, providing that the for arenas, arid as I have built jicrtj ceriainlv matches and lost four games as winter, and, so i ght at the -V. ,M.-C. A. in league (ar, has bean Successful in obtaining! without his consent until the expira-i w'otild not liko'to see another come result. The scores tibn of his term also was included J in.': nOHMl'lOlo it wai said. j Under the law. allowing twenty Nicholson Newspapers also published today a round ilehts .the.dub; in which thin Allen report that Jimmy Archer, the Cub j must run a year at least McUyea a the mentioned above. Others are catcher, is considering an offer from the Buffalo rf-edqrals. Arthur retusocl to discuss tlie, rumor Because Bresnahan's contract, it is said .requires him to he a plJ-i Mg manager "and catch 'a great number of games'y'- Archer -is- believed to he an- xious to leaye fTEN BIKE. FOR LEAD Progress of Six-Day Mill at New York Had a Spill Xew York, N.Y.; NOT: teama were in the sivday hicjtle race at 11 o'clocK of which -were hunched fo- tha 'e'dd wi'h 18S4 jnllteH and two their credit 'Three Piercy and eky tind Hanaen, ,and the Bedell, bro- producing fights of other kinds before a tttcut} round encc mtei caii be1 staged lortonch said tonight that he ilso 1ml learned that Cliicago and "Ntu otK promoters "Hinted also to come herr and produce hut tint lit cou'd not the names of thtbc now on the'way, and mention of them will be made at a''.ater date. A point 121 the management wish to emphasize is 128 124 {hat popular.prices will bu maintained. 144 161] __________________ 893 46L'jwAR PICTURES AT EMPRESS 101 WELSH LIKES MEAT Liflhtweight Champion Relishes Juicy Steaks as Well as Vegetables .oes' Chicago, 111., Nov. he il it al'i on a vegetarian is what wo hear frequently after Freddie Welsh wins battle men. An arena to cost over. will be-erected by lirirt. CALLIES SHOW THEIR" ESTEEM FOR.SANDY Fuller ton 1'rowse Hoimell dOl PRESCLife THE HOUSE OF FEATURES TO-NIGHT WAR WOLF'S Reels featuring Alice Joyce, Kalem Star. MAN OF THE War Reel. See the Bayonet Charge. HEARST-SELIG News from Every-' where. FOR LOVE. WANTED TO KNOW.' (Both are Comedies and Good Ones) LUELLA SIMONS; the clever dancer in Spanish Dances' EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA. SPECIAL NOTE On .Monday this., theatre will show The Seventh Instalment of 'LUCILLE The Girl of Mystery. This is the most expen- sive two reels ever produced, showing scenes in China; two reels where more people are shown -than any other serial. These two reels cost One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars for produc- tion alone. Heaist Selig ilso shows some 124 interesting from the theatre 10S 97! of war. 148 2 ID now. A couple of friends were talk ins to Harry Fred's manager, ]jere The Calht didn t forget Sandv 1 Barr- popular captain of i the loci! champions who left to fight j for Lniptrt and her allies ihcj bojs Saudi a handsome parcel Bell HcGullocli ng the in p.: ei iy Ipd company -290 S23'ShowingChinese wharves, houses and pa> for of those steak joudbe LE'VCIL'E STANDING temples, _and 640 Chinese were em- Thay.Vwere taken iu'Chiua, said Ard further if jou had to thoroughly convinced These reels thera 'and Sandj wont want lor cigars Cluh ot The chief incident dt the riding.dur- ing the earlv was a spill vvliich occurred in a sprint shortly before 10 o'clock, Severa.l Tiders ..were .thrown, and .Probach, Ander- and Wohlrab seriously cut 'on the..face and hands or bruised ab- ,ont the body, None was seriously enough injured to force his retire ment. smoking for somt time Jack Hal! had a letter [rom Georga Union Bone, the star centre It Mill please pprmitorv the stars of filmdcm. serious loss to fruit in transit. his admirers to learn that got promoted to -sergeant. George Herald George _Knbx 'MANDOT: TRI.MS SAYLOR :Mas3., Nov. Mau- defeated Young Say lor of Indianapolis in a bout here last night. The lightweights sparred 12 -rounds, .'witto tjut: little advantage to the ivinneiv clever jahs and right hand- turned, the balance. was wild and missed his mark often. BUCHANAN'S RED "YOUR Whisky" MeflowSeottL-NmrBetteHd left here to. join his Home Black Watch, and is sure to >-e in ifo) al the thickest of it by this time. Jim i secretary lor the Callies, is: Directors stili at Salisbury Plain the heard of him. HOCKEY- ON-SALISBURY PLAjN Some Star Performers With Canadian Contingent -in England Toronto, Out., Nov. A hockey team Jias been organized In the Can- adian camp, at Salisbury, according to a: letter received in the :expect- ation that the contingent willx.n6t go to the front until after. Christmas Geoffrey Taylor, a .former 'Varsity athlete and a lieutenant in, the "48th Highlanders, manage the team RIFLE CLUB NOTICE It has been decided that it is ad- visable to. return to Wednesday .even- ing as gai'iery practice night, as this nignt seems to interfere with er meetings than any other. The change -vas made to Tuesday night' to avoid conflicting with that'is like ly to be interrupted by weather cpn- ditiona a.good deal through the :win- ter, so we will practice on 'U'ednes day evening. Owing to the temporary inability of _ _ the department of Militia to supply For choicevmiisi" be- us wjth gallery will tween. Daniels, formerly of Queen's, and Blackstock, who has playprt" with R AI and Vanlt> Al Adamson ,i crack mnipeg nlaver coverpomt and Jack Aldous another western star, will take care "rov- er PnmtthPll another Var sity man will play centre and for right and left wing respectively ire found ScotU Dividson helped bring the Stanley Cup to Toronto last Harmon ;Baker of f.Winnipeg Victorias 1 hey iiope for games in London .rinliB, GAROENER. AGAIN 4 WITH- CANADIANS Jimmy Gardener :wlll the Canadlen Hockey team in the Nation- al Hockey association this year, again. DETROIT.; WILL LOSE NO PLAYERS Ty Cobb, Sam .the rest of the will agaln.be in the field with Detroit next, year, .ac- cording to Hugh Jennings. -.''The Fed- erals have made our men no offers and contracts are--all returned "from the' nlayers." leader of: the Tigers President Frank seems in perfect harmony with his men and iio kick'at all was register- ed at the'close of the Conclusive. Evidence The unspyhiatfcated Hno'ft is one who stopped Into a baseball men and jelled A crook of them hit him at once Aberdeen 0, Duinha.rtoir 0, Ainlricoiuins, 1, Hangers 2 Celtic 4; Avr.Unifsd'O. Kalbirk 3, Clyde. J, Hiuerniaiis Dundee 0. Third Linark Jiamillon Patiick Hearts pf Mid- loth'an 2 St Atirrcn 2, Milniarnock 3 t "Morton I, Kiilh Uovefcs b WolherweH 1, I'ark 0. be obliged to use .22 calibre.rifles un- til such time as gallery ammunition can be obtained Bring your rifle arid get it sighted dcrwn to i fine point and surprise .yourself, ;with the shpot- InK it will do. ARE YOU PATRIOTIC? BUY Made in Canada SKATES We sell the famous Automobile Skate Universally recognized as the Best In the World, and It Is Made in Canada Pi-ices: to Not how cheap, but how GOOD. THEY ARE GUARANTEED D, E, MacDOIftLO Agent Indian Meter Cycles Phone 1092 418 5th St. S, Expert Skate Sharpeners Vancoinei-, Victoria, and New Ti. C. Round trip from Lethbridge. Tickets on, Sale Dec. 10, 11, 12; 16, 17, 18; Feb. 9, 10, 11. Return Limit April 30th, 1915. S. B. MITCHELL Ticket R. DAWSON, District Calgary. Very Low Fares in connection with iooe te Old Ooiintrf Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive five months, stop over and ex- tension Full information re rail and Steam- ship 'Tickets, train S B. MITCHELL C. P.- R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge Or write R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. WHITE STAB-DOMINION LINE THREE SPECIAL XMAS SAILINGS. From' Portland From Halifax 8; S. Claes Cabin 1 3 tons, 600 ft. long, 65 ft. S S MEGANTIC Sat Dec. -5 Dec. 6 tons, 550 ft. long, 67 ft. wide) S. S. ZEELAND 12 Sun., Dec. 13 tons, 580 ft. long, ,60 ft. wide) Regular Sailings from New tine, every Satur- day; White Star Line, every Wednesday. Anniiar excursion rates on railways, November 7 to December 31. Apply S. B. Mitchell, Ticket Agent. C.P.H., for, rates, reservations, etc. W M McLEOD, CWPA, 333 MAIN ST, WINNIPEG tKGOfiSIONS TO [astern Can. and United States On sale December 1st to December 1914. THREE MONTHS LIMIT VERY LOW FARES TO Toronto, Hamilton, Sarnja, .Windsor, Mont- real, Ottawa, Belleville, Kingston, St aohn, Moncton, Halifax and all other points In Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces. REDUCED RATES TO points in Central States, Including Minneapolis, St Paul, Duluth, Chicago, Kansas City and other points. CHEAP RAIL FARES IN CONNECTION WITH TRANS-ATLANTIC LIMIT 9 MONTHS. All furthei information from iny Ticket Agent, or R. Dawson, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALOAKY. 'atriotic Entertainment Under Auspices'Alexander Gait Chapter I, E. The splendid and varied programme will include DANCE'pF THE ALLIES 'By children in costume representing Britain and her Allies Military Drills by a One Act'Comedy, Tableaux, Patriotic Choruses, etc. Tickets NO RESERVED SEATS- Wherein Welsh Differe i It's Hlflh Time Freddie Welsh believes in.drinking] England, having called the Indians, great quantities of the ma-! Kaffirs, etc., now threatens to call jority of pugs don't even'use.it as a I upon chauffeurs. It..'is time chaser. 1 for intervention. LAN HNE HIM MAW PROPOSED SAILINGS Special Christmas Sailings "St." John Direct to Liverpool HESPERIAN DECEMBER 4th DECEMBER 11th John to London and Havre Sicilian Dec 24 3 8 Corinthian Jan 14 Boston to Glasgow Calling Halifax Westbd SS ___ SS SCANDINAVIAN St. John to Liverpool S.S. Grampian..Dec. 25 S.S. Scandinavian Jan. 8 Portland to Glasgow Balling Halifax Westb'd. S.S. Pomeranian iDsc. fj S.S. Prctorlan. ..Dec Sardinian Dec 24 Pomeranian. Jah; 14 Philadelphia to Glasgow and it Halifax Westbound S S Mongolian Nov 28 S S Carthaginian Dec 19 Reduced Round Trip Railway .Ticket! good to'reiurn within five' montha on !aie to December 31 For full information apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent or W. R. ALLAN, GENERAL NORTHWESTERN AGENT, WINNIPEG. EXCURSIONS To United States Points Selling December 1st to Dec-ember 31st, RETUKN LIMIT 3 MONTHS .THROUGH SLEEPING CARS. First Class Round Trip Fares from Lethbridje to Minn-spoils A St. Paul Duluth Chicago Kansas City 142 90 All further Information S. B. Mirchell, to other point" I'ftmto, Mlnourl, Wneon- sin. JLgent, R. IE. V.il fe'i ;