Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LFrrnnniDGE DAILY HEHATJ> Ctftn, Cinfacdentry Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Sutra Dominion Block, OR- poitte Court HOUM THEDEATH TOLL IS Forty Seven Statistics for U. S. Rugby Chicago; Nov. games killed nine persons and seriously In- jured 47 others duriug 1911, accord- ing to records kept by Chicago sport- Jng writers. .Last year 14. ,were killed -v mud 43 injured, in'1909. 23 deaths j matches, and 44 were injured. The pin toppling >aiid drew forth the crease this year was in the number j applause of the throng of spectators, ef college players injured: only two jln the first match, of three rounds -'he PETROLEA CHAMPIONS London, Ont, Nov. a rough but otherwise wvll play- ed game here todiiy. Pytrc'toi defouted the Hamilton Alette, 12 to If for tho Junior O. n. U. championship. O SKATINGRINI CANT MAKE ICE Talk Jibout your dude' without a clg- .been There is u i but It is decidedly Inadequate. Tho urt'Kvj, a gambler who will not bet. [hydrant across the street from the Wg hydrant was used with good effect mid Imnch of whiskers that wind [rink but the 'proprietors have beon first when permission was gained not blown'through, but bethbrhige refused permission to use It for div-jto HBO Jt, but tho thaw OHIHO and tho INDIAN BOWLING TEAM BEATEN the mighty are d-es lined "to 'all! After a lengthy string of victor- es in whicli they have Invariably iiminlod their opponents with trusti- ng: force, the Indians were themselves beaten to their knecR Saturday night Dominion brigade in two It wns a good exhibition takes tlie cake. We have here fin ice- less rink. Lovers of skating 1m ve been won- dering for some time part why the new rink opposite the 1'. M. C. A. has era reasons, princi putty -the danger of 1 wiite-r ran off or soaked- In. P-ermls- th-e hydrant which would leave the buildings in that vicinity 100 sion wag again asked for Us 'uso but. was refused. Once a bottom of good much at the mercy of flames should ice Is sociired the small hoae wi'il auf- fire break out. They have exhausted j flco but until the hydrant is brought not opened its gates yet. Everything all sources for flooding the Into commission tho skaters of J.eth- senmn to be 0 K for opening and-nothing hue availed. A small gulden j bridge will have to content themselves they have reason to wonder. The se-'hoee 1ms been playing on the ground I with the ponds.and the river tor the curing of water io flood the ground j for the past couple of weeks steady, j favorite winter sport. this year, compared with four in 1910 and 10 in HARVARD AND YALE PLAY TIE Cambridge, Mass., Nov. Saturday afternoon hap- pened at the door of Yale, but step- ped aside to avoid a poor snap from cwtre on EL try from what seemed a certain goal; once it beat a loud tat- too on the Harvard portals and then dodged "back before a forward pass. Whereupon opportunity came no more to the gate and the annual bat- tle between Harvard and Yale ended in a scoreless tie. Nothing could be fairer than noth- ing to nothing; when It waa all over and people were trying to walk off the firJil on their frosted feet, it was unanimously agreed that it might hnve been worse. Tumble--; and failures were seen often enough on both sides, and the ti-0 score indicates correctly that the teams were evenly matched. Indians -took it iu the neck, falling 127 pins short of thtfir adversaries. They are a fighiiu? buncli those In- dians and in the hist match came up from the rear just -o pins behind the Dominion trio, Evans was rolling 1u old form. For the two matches lie totalled 1081, over 500 for each match. The scores: Indians Moore 155 157 Seidenbecber 148 1.15 139 UQ Y. M, C. A. CIRCUS TO BE A BIGGER AND BETTER AFFAIR J. Moore Totals Percival Ivans Peterson Toials 167 Bills have been out for the past fow dtiys advertising the first circus of the season to bev Md at the Y. M. C. A.f December 7th. IT is one of the notable of period- ical events given by the institu- tion. Its success last winter gives incentive for a repetition on u lar- g-ar and better plan. The lust time the circus was exhibited the crowds in attendance were well pleased. They had reason to mar- vel and display their approbation for tho work tlm-i tho V. M. C. A. is accomplishing lure. The pro- gress since the former occasion wiii be marked, in small de- cree and very thing points to fin excellent entertainment at tho "Y" on December 7th. Keep it in mind. The fun will be. sufficient to crack a smile on crockery fea- tures. Don't miEB U. ALBERTA HOCKEY TEAMS FAVOR'A WESTERN UNION AMERICAN RUGBY SITUATION TODATE 4.42 4SO Dominions 168 177 203 1SS 133 Ifi9 The A'lhcrta Amateur Hockey As- sociation mi; itself on- record as fav- oring tlie formation of a Western Canada Hock-ey Association, a similar j 504 jone to the Western Association, ai tiw animal 552 445 team a resident of the city for which -UIQV piay on or before November the concurrent sea- json. j The Alberta Hockey 'league will he Canada into four sections each com- meetiug j posed of four teams. The districts divide their'championships and held in Calgary last Friday niglr-. i .The secretary instructed to com- then play oft" the finals. The i04 534 405 1501 Imuuicats with the hockey associations j trlcts are "Ktfihbnf-on, Central, dis- ARMY GOES DOWN BEFORE NAVY TEAM Philadelphia, Nov. Navy football team defeated the Army on Franklin Field yesterday by the score 3 to 0. A well played goal from placement by Captain DaKon the Annapolis team from the thirty-yard line being the only score made, in the great annual contest between these two elevens. The game was charac- terized by much kicking, the captain of each eleven electing to kick wHh- out liking any chances at straight line hucklnir. MONTREAL A. A. A. TEAMS GO DOWN Bt-FORE CADETS Nov. Royal Military College, Kingston, scored a double victory this afternoon Montreal Amateur Athletic when the first and sec- ond football teams of the cadets de- feated respectively the Intermediate junior teams of that institution. Second match: Indians Seidenbecher ,1K2 Moore G. Moore Totals 12 vans Peterson Percival ___ 44L 409 Dominions 177 1S3 .171! 134 119 136 J4I 4-i'G 500 lUfjG 509 4S9 303 Totals .......''472 453 LECTURES Y. M. C. A. Prof. Alexander Last Lecture To-night to Read Char- acter hy Handshake, Walk, Byes, Nose and Chin. Admission 25c 50c Private consultations daily from 10 a.m. Hotel Alexan- dra Room 1. WrHETHERyoubuy by quality or price, you can buy to best advantage it the Fit-Reform Wwdrobe. Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats start at f run to up. You can't measure Fit-Reform quality by my other standard, simply because Pit-Reform Sulti tnd are in a class hy themselves. 461 of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to consider the formfivion of such a lea- gary and Southern; Lethbridge, Taber Medicine Hat and Hassano heing In- 113. Several alterations were made eluded in the lattw. The meeting de- in the constitution 'ai last night's meeting, the principal-one being the revision of 'the residence rule which now reciuiros cided to arra'nge" the schedule to fin- ish by February. 1st, so aa allow the winner of-.the leagues to chal- the players of each I lenge for the.AJlan Cup. Chicago, Nov. the records of ten eastern col logos OiuU.slu stands out as vlte loam rolling up the larg- os I aggregate -score. Tliu ludiuius scored 2SIJ points agitinsi their op- ponents -13 and althojigli iliiiciuctl by point hy Syracuse they boast, vic- torit's over lluvvartl I'euusylvaii- Tbc Indians play Brown next Thursday and jrrc iK-cidcrt favorites. Cornell'uiid Pcnnsylvaniji both cieicat- od by Pennsylvania State, will i j on Thanksgiving Day with ihe Illia- Ciins }ls mv0ritcs. Pennsylvania Siaic still iinclRfe tncrts Pit-tsbui'K the same day. The nttfinlaiicc. at gamos have be-'n laret-r than over in the east. Forty tliousanil [jprsons saw the Vale-Har- vard conlfs't and thirty thousand ilic Army anil Navy. The defeat of Wisconsin hy Chicago and Minnesota's victory over Illinois, apparently gives the western contci enceichampionship, to Minnesota. The point standing of the leading eastern teams up to date is as follows Points Opponent Aoveniber 27, JIM _ SCULLY. YALE'S ftto: ARCHER OWES MUCH OF HIS SKILL TO GAME OF TEN PINS Sciuatting behind the" ever present I and chance, which, batter, Jimmy Archer watchsd Tin- ker's expressive 1-eft forefinger slide down the side of Joseph's pants. Jim- my still remained squatted, his non- chalant pose did not vary, but of a sudden there was a click snapping of Jimmy !s wrist, a narrowing of his eyes, and the ball whizzed into Tin- ker's mitt barely in time catch the man on second, but was in time and that is flat .root Jimmy Archer's long suit. Jimmy Archer is :i plague -to base runners. During the ten games that the Cubs nipped in the winning streak I Jiowever, have nothing to do with the lusty snap of his throwing arm, play- ed intp his hand on the fir3t lend. Chance Him a Star In connection with Jimmy's success again and again Cub catcher Chance kiiew Jimniy was some of backstop "when, he saw him going to it in the final game of the 1907 world's series. Other managers had paBned their royal disatisfaction on the pc-wers of the "minor league man" be- cause of his stubborn insistence at pegging with his forearm instead of letting go in the good old fashioned way, body, head, ribs, feet and all. I The Cub captain negotiated for Ar- cher's acquisition in the Tall of the uuui o m uic IAII ui LUO McKELVIE MeCUIRE, third, ripped tiiem down before the runner conltl bat an eye and each time the ball came singing; into the fielder's iglove. Jimmy Archer re- mained curled lik-a the letter "Z" be- hind Archers Throw's Wonderful When Chance ami Hofmari played first it was the same- story .The P.L. has himself marvelled as he felt the sting .In his giov-e ami noted the in- nocent attitude of his unperturbed backstop. .Jimmy Archer is not a mighty batsman but he can hit in a pinch and hu ain't afraid to swing, his wonderful wrist, his quick eye and heavyweight think' machine that give him stellar berth on the Cub team. Rack when Archer played on -the Eetrolt tyam this same ability pro- voked Manager Hugh Jennings, Vho tried to inteill into Jimmy's brain a few laws of physics and the perfefc't of the body. Afthoiigh "E-Yah" presented the whole library of indis- putable proof to the skeptical catcher which decisively insinuated that -there was a heap more power in a mini's arm thsn in his wrist, Jimmy bes- gert to differ, which, it is rumored, was .ho cause of a subsequent release to Buffalo. Trained Wrist by Bowling Archer's mysterious wriyt aside 'rom promoting him in the service of :he game, makes him an alley adept. n fact, It is to the holed mineraUto i upbore the howlers use that Jimmy the guilt of tho existence of 'that mysterious appendage. j But his endeavors preceding lite baseball debut wore not burdened w.lh 'the merry fortune tlmt lator all oriel nd aftfir turning point. Had it. not. been for I lie iuslat uncu of the AtUuia malinger, he uiU'lil still bvftit kaMbtll. growing peevishness. Archer appeared behind the bat with increasing fre- quency, till finally he was given un- disputed possession of that sinister territory, by Chance's trade with Bos- ton, in whicli Kllng, Kaiser and Grif- fin were exchanged for Collins, Good and Graham. t Baseball Men Bowlers The alwve interesting article des- cribing the benefit that Catcher Ar- cher has received from bowling 're- calls an interview the writer had re- cently with one who is interested iu both baseball and bowling alid convincing proof thjit moatj Carlisle...............' Pennsylvania State. Princton Yak: Navy..................... Dartmouth Pennsylvania Cornell Fimmv 280 179 161 122 121 110 98 43 15 15 15 II 22 fio 28 H Ball Teams Figure to Tour the World Plans for the all-world tour of the White Sox and an all-star 'team made up from the two big leagues were started by 'President Comiskey and Jimmy McAtoer, new head of the Bos- ton Red Sp.x. According to arrangements as far RACING DOGS GET HOLIDAY 3 No Price Would Buy Jack McMil Big Sweepstake Winner Seattle, Wash., Nov. huV determination ami endur- ance, ..which qualities contributed largely., to -the winning of the: Alicn- Uurltng dog team of the giea AlasKa foi a piue of Si OOo cash last winner. Jack JIcMillan wheeler" on the famous aggregation of racers, is now on a vacation and 'or the next three or four months he will sojourn with bis owner in the, balmy breezes of California. Jack th-e junior member of 'the cham- pionship dog team; and he earned the venation by Ins exhibition of gauienoss and speed in the closing hours of the 40S miles gruelling travel over tlva ice snow of .Inter- team into Nome first and won the prize of It is uucause of his 11 n questioned garaenoas that hie own- for, Mrs'. C. E. Darling, is taking' b'ra to for winter for. a TR- catidn. In real money Jack is valttttd it ipOQ but the sentimental valus pi iced on him bv his mistress mAkftB him priceless. .For.'that matter, of the other ten .dogs of the champion. team -can bo purchased.' '.Tuck has run In three sweepstakes from Nome Candle and return a distance of 408 miles, Ub-erirat in 1909, "and wast lei dei of thi teflm in 1910 and 1911. AD. AND PACKEY.STILL STALLING Promoter .'Coffroth Trylnjj to Crack Lightweight! Together San Pranciaco, Nov. Mc- Farland settled down to real work at Colma today in preparation for ihls Ttiahksgiving day bout with Hurtom ior Alaska. (Tommy Murphy. atockyards Fuil of fisht and vigor, Jack ran I fighter appears to be in good tntil his feet were swollen and bleed- land won't need much training to pur. ng. A--1: a cabin about seventy-five on an edge. Murphy buay in his miles from the finish. Driver Allen and had about given have talked over, o'; winning the rich prize, which tour will be started :is soon as the 1912 season closes and .will take in nil the principal countries of the world. McAJeer' signified his williiiBnesB to Alaskans means as much as -the Oakland; through tho usual stums. No referee has sniveled yet, bur. Promoter Coffroth hopes to (title taut big Derby to the old Kentucky race- a couple of daye. CofiYbUi KIM high horae owners. While the other tioxs hopes of making a match btlyceeh Ad were steeping Allen rubbed ointment to take charge of the all-star -team: fjTe Of jack, while he lay on and the 'Old Roman" himself will back and submitted to the treat- ment gratefully. When he started again it wan with the head of the Sox. (It is the. intention to take not mors than 25 players on both teams. The start of the trip will be from San Francisco and games will be played in this couirtry all the way from Chicago to the coast. Stops will be made at Honolulu, Manila, and Japan before Australia where nil of the principal cities will be visited bsfnre the start for home by the way of Eu- ropean capita-is would'be According to schedule the team would land in-New York in plenty of time for tho opening of .the-Esason in April, 1913. bf the best players In professional _ r are also expert bowlers and JllSl 1 VJr i mofit of their time during the winter with the American g'amc of ton pins. In looking over the list, we find that the following professional baseball ex- perts are Also considered among the beat bowlers: WHddell, pitcher, Minneapolis. McLean, catcher, Cincinnati Ohio. Schuite Holder, Chicago. Tinker shortstop, Chicago. Ten Box of Caucarets Gil ISKY ALLScotch ALL PAONUIl.0.WINE SPIRIT CO. Insures you for months against i 9lek Hfadiiclie, Biliousness, Constipa- tion or Bad Stomach Put Salts, Cathartic Pills, Castor Oils, or, purga- tlvo which merely a passageway through thft hawsls, hut do not thoroughly cleanse, freshen and purify these drainage or alimentary or- gans, and hav-a no effect upon tlie liver or stomaoh. Koei) your Inside organs pure frosh with Cascnrcta, which thorough: ly cloanse l.he stomach, remove the undtsested, sour and fermentlns food mil foul gates, take the cxctas bile Irom the liver and csrry out of the all the waste mat- tar and polaens In InmtlnM and bowell. A Cascarti tonlcht will you feel great by Thsy work while you gripe, fliekan and only 30 ii hox from your druggist. Millions of men and women ( a Cancnrcf now.anil then nil nevnr have HeadHcho, Biliousness, ronlfd IlKilguSlliin, Hour SloiiiKcli or ConstliflltMl bowels. helontt to every hoiiseholtl. CUlilnu juti M Uurn. Wolga'at and McFurland. Wolgaat Is considering his otter. TUB proposition is a double one with a. fight with "Knocko.ut" Brown on New Year's and the McFarland mill on Washington's a burst of -fhat carried his birthday. VIRGINIA CIGARETTES MADE. IN THE. WEST FOR WESTERNECS ;