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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, TTFR DAILY Si3. LAURENTIC1 LARGEST, NEW 8.S. MEBANTIC I EST, FINEST' tli'.Ffet Long I IN About Tottil CANADIAN .87 Fest Wide TRADE ONE CLASS S. S. TEUTONIC CABIN SERVICE; s. s. CANADA The Largest and Fastest Steamers Carrying only one class (11) of cub passengers. The best accommodations at moderate rates. Unsurpassed (bird-class on all steam- Dfe. REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS Canada ......................Nov. 4 Mcgantic ...................-Nov. 11 Teutonic Oct. 21, Nov. IS Laursntlc............Oct. 2S, Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS TEUTONIC Dec. :2. Dec. 9. Dec. H. Itttservations of classes now AMERICAN STAR LINE LEYLAND STAR LINE Sailings from Huston, York and Philadelphia to Queenstov.-n, .Uver- j pool. Plymouth, Cherbourg Southampton, London. Ant- j Largest and Finest in the World 'W24 OLYMPIC Cigari, Tobsiccoi, Confectionery Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairs Dominion Block, op- posite Court House DEER PLENTIFUL OVER THE LINE Tons c- Over 400 Reported Killed Near White for Heavy Snows Cause Mont., Nov. eor have caught this season was over before, and believed, that less than -100 live beon slaughteivd hi this vicinity uring the last week, it is nothing ncommon to sic a bunch of hunters UK along tin? street with a sled ox full of deer. Thy deep snow in mountains has driven them down, .muking their capture easy. Deer at Rexford Kexford. Mont., Nov. re- cent heavy snow has driven the dt'or out of the mountains, and the hifnthig along -the KoottMiai river is (he best kn o tolvu The Royal Line SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS On Sale Nov. 10 to Dec. 31, via. Mont- j real, Portland. Halifax. Boston, New j Numerous at Elk Rl'yer to return within 5 months, i Hiver. Idaho, Xov. LOCAL AGENTS deer are bring killed now, the heavy B.B.Mitchell. G.N.R, smiw tlriviii" them down from the i high limber, anil niosi every day oue brings in a or two. Elk at Yellowstone i t'olfax, Wash., Xov. P. Mill, K. Scriber, Clarion Freeman and .lack Hamihon have returned .from a brief hunting: expedition at the irierof the Yellowstone National park, whvre they killed six elk. They v.-ere goiie eight days, and report a good trip, with Jots o'i snow and cold weather iii Montana. Hunters Bap Six Plains. Mont., Xov. .one that possibly can is out deer hunt- ing. The low allows but three each huucar, and many are getting their stlin lisa been offered a contract ;by the Saskatoon club, and Fred Tade Toronto, Nov, may be pos- sible, after all, that th-ere will 'be tittle delay in opening -the local hoc- season. -Private advices from the architect's office at Montreal convey the pteasing news that the first home game in the NT. H. A. will be played here not later than the 27th of Jan- uary. If-that is the case then the opening of the season not tte set back more than two weeks, and by doubl- could b'e; up by Frank Cl; season scries of 1908 they made the..s anothy. wlio has af. Detroit Tigers look Hha anuceurs. and -fixed doc- Detroit team was some club at unient> chlcltpn will go to the Can. Brown, Reulbach, Pfeister, Lund- adian league as a pitefier. Tade is an gren and Fraser, composed a wonder- has promise dur- fiil pitching Kling was conced- the seaspn. Jaek.rjqyle.is another to be the t'ast catcher in the land, ZE: Basabali statiarics recently com- show that during the last nine years the American league teams 'Sessional hockey or not. The while the infield was touted as the brnfniest ever assembled. Then came the explosion, Kling re- fused to play in 1909, and tlw Cubs lost the pennant to Pittsburgh They came back in 1910, and won out, but the erstwhile grand pitching staff was 'grand no longer. It wobbled throughout the National league race nig np the-schednle che reason should but the abilitv of the men I close at about tHe usual time. Nettb, !behlnd( ggreat work on mound by King Cole pulled them through.' They met the Athletics and were humbled. Today sees only .the remnant of that great team left. Over- all has quit the game, discouraged ov- his showing against -the Athletics. I'Vaser and Lundgren have long since itlt[ behind er of the Toronto magnates hav-e made any particular move as yet in [regard to players, but announcements of some kind may be expected -from them vory shortly. In tfva meantime j both teams are trying with might and I niaiji t.o laud Frank Raukln, the Eat- on star, bitt the clever forward is undecided whether he will play pro- Minmeapolis player will cast in his lot with u Canadian league club in 1912. Somctiuiea they give Uwmseives the count, nor ask another chance. Far pleasanter to contenipla'Eo "the whb knows Than him who by false pride possess' will yearn to fight again. The man who- tosses sup the game while1 still hs might, contend, Looks fairer than 'tho one who sticks until the bitter end. in -the olden days by a d-ecis. knockout, but he manages to gather in all that is coming to him, and some-times riL little nioic. In the meantime the hank account, wic'h istbeing added to most SHU- stantial manner each In liis recent wiih Tommy Moore, the latter claimed that he was fouled, bu'c Xeison is .positive that he committed no such breach of the rutes Affal by the Star Expansion Bolt Co, are used on stone, briclc, con- crete, marble, or masonry, for fastening BRASS WORK IRON WORK BRONZE WORK or anything that must be held absolutely firm and tight. Come and our lint ofScbco Products CANADIAN GENERAL SUPPLY CO., LETHBRIDGE. It' tf and tit-tributes the collapse of Moore to the beating he received in the ear- Iter stages df.lhe fight. At any rate, .referee awarded the decision to Nelson, and claims ho saw no foul commuted. The doctors wh0 exam- ined Moore the battle state he was fouled, but doctors are as often mistaken as they are correct, and far that reason we statement VdraV and'award the de? ns Live referee directed, Spend an evening with the Scotch, rish and English at the Majestic to- morrow ninht. Jmve won IS.T games in the Jeagiie contests, while -tlr have victorious ii tests. 'Nationals 170 con- of Jlontreal, are'also keen to retired to the minors, while now Mor- decai Brown threatens to follow th'a secure liis services, but if he deserts Ihe amateur ranks, one or other of the .local clubs will get him. VIRGINIA CIGARETTES example of thc'-glani and retire ''rom diamond. Renlbach is no longer the effective pitcher he- was once, and had it not been for Rit- 1 chie and Mclntire, two pitchora so- cui'sd in trade, the Cuba might have finished in the second division this What has happened in Boston and Chicago may happen in Philadelphia. Bender 'and Plank cannot go on for ovfir. They pitched great ball ail year, and especially in the World's So did 13-rown and Roulbach and Overall in the fail of 1908. When pitcher goes back, he goes back suddenly. He's either very good oij hs's very bad. Seldom is' tlrere any half-way stage, and. oven if there half-way pitchers cannot win a pennant. from his ijitciiing staff, Mark has no cause to worry, .Mis iivH-ald is composed of youngsters who should Improve. Ilia otrifield has seen con- siderable experience, but not. one has shown any sign of retrogression. His {catching staff will be even stronger, j as Lapp Is coming fast, and Egan, the man bought from Baltimore, Ifl i said to be-an even better man. I MddeinffieWest for Westerners BOWLING NOTES "Scot-ty" .Jo'niiHou and Bruco Davies are. out with a chiillcnge to any two five pin roilc-'s In tho city.' George Moore' and T, Evans have similar ideas about ten pens, but In addition to 'thinking they are the best in town, offer ten pins a JEnnic to prospective opponents. i George Moore is still high with li-lrt jfor t'-in pins, nr.d II. NIcholaon at- the Hop with 78 five pins, for the brace of prixon -Jo be given on Dec. 1. A match between the C, 0. F. and K. of bowling loams is being ar- rnnged for Friday night Per ;