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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TITE LETHBRIPGE HER ALP Thursday, OctoliCT 1ft, 1913 Aid. Aird Again Made President; K. D. Johnston, Vice-Pres., and John Marnock, of Curlers at City Council Chambers A football game that promis- es lo be of more thHn usual in- terest U slated for'Taanksgiv- Ins Day here.' -The Calitei, champions c-J.tho Cily. .league, will-play a. picked eleven from tbe rest of tie football talent of the city. The time and place of th'e game has not yet- been definitely arranged. A ar.d enthusiastic meeting pi The cour.cil cbanibcr-was well filled the Lethbriflge Curling club wasbrld with, enthusiastic knijhts oi .fie last evening in lie chamber rparin' gan.c, which was ample ex- tif the citv ball with Alderman James pression o! Ibe popularity ol curling Aird in the chair. Tht secretary read here. There was a feeling among a'l. his reports shovani; the. club to have tbal tkcre is going to be some hot x surplus o! S73-U8. The following old rivalry .it -the rink this season, officers were elected lor ihe season and ttc weather conditions lhat will nl 1913-1014 allow ol the test of respective skill Senator De cannot conif too-quiet. There will A. Buchanan, M. 1'-, Ur. J. S. ;b? more curiers, more fun and keener Stewart, M.I1.P., C. A. Majrath. competitions than ever before. That 31.P.. Fred Sick. I was the'impression gained at'.the lion. liruce. meeting list night. Aiid. j There has been an idea mooted..to 'First D. Johsston. {enlarge" the rink-to meet the de-. Second B. Stafford, t inands which are sure to accrue be- THERE WILL BE DOINGS AT HILL- W. Marr.oct. fore the season is very far Kxecutivc A. Keid, but after' some dfscussioa it was Sydner JnciEori', D. D. McNabb, N. ,cided .last night that tfct club would T. Maeleod, Dr. A. Taylor. in better .shape to further th; W. Hob-mson and scheme next year. Other costly K. nooley. iprovemenls were deferred till next ileraber oi Coraroitlee on too.. However, wall J. .Shspherd. jof the'rmk is going to_ receive an -Official n. Macleod liiing ol to make.this side, of tbe rink wiad-pronf. Hugh It appiviro jhat the warm wiuds from the'south' make an 'easy entrance through the.rnany'cainks in tbe south .1 wall as.it.is'n'owy which honeycombs i. ;the ice pnjhat side ofjtlie lint in V, Clark. Ice M. Kr lloyd and Aird.' Rev. Canon McMillen. Representative. to fjeneral Annual Messrs'. Aird nr.d Johnston The annual ni'emlership was fi: fixed at j quick order, .while often-'the" other side ;is Tommy and Packey McFarland Tomorrow Night i (Hv Janes'J. New York, Oct. Gianta.and Athletics have housing aboot all the space usually ailoted to sporting events in tbe local dailies tbe past week, but boding enthusiasts bave not foVtotten that a very interesting' wel- terweight-match Is on the cards for Friday night at Jladfson Square Garden. Tbe pair who furnish the entertainment claim to be legiti- mate'lightweights, although I under- Ibe weight agreed upon for the ;..V coming bout has been .set at 140 pounds "ring-side- If they don't qualify out-and-out welters at that figure I.'don't know now to classify them, fib, yes, I have forgotten to name the trjncipals. They ore (be celebrated hardly less .Blurpny, of :hl5 city. .At 140 pounds I should jud- 10 that will be able to set a very lively pace for the local man. while llurpby will alto no doubt ie benefited by the additional pound- jge] I hardly think him fast enough to I thai it should be'an inter'es ing is as clever a ND PUHF IN INTER-PROVINCIAL AND INTER. COLLEGIATE UNIONS NOT ON SPEAKIG TERMS CHEST ON THANKSGIVING NIGHT. Illllcrest, The Bas- ket Social and Ddhce to be teld in he Union Hall on Monday 'evening, 20th. insL, under the auspices of the Football club, is from ail an assured success. Local'talent will ie greatly in evidence, and-those "Who lave. the pleasure of attending tee Stubborn 'lisue Played on Blairmore Grounds .Under Bad Playing Conditions-Score ;y Men Appeared on Losing-Team. PITCHER WILTSE A veteran twirNjr who filled a gap at the GluuVfirat'ba'se wlien yerkjt was disabled. He ftSWed like a Hal Chase and shared, the'honors of winning game .with Matheii'soc.' ATHLETICS THEIR Cheques Are Diitrituttd to Philadelphia, OcL six cheques were1' distributed to- Blairraore, Oct. having in comparison to former games fce- met'pb'.t'wo previous occasions old rivals. Hall I luff'definite result btlng arrived at; tbe Belteva'e and Coleman football teirijs met" -on .neutral ground at score.'- SECOND HALF .Qujtc early in the second hall, a great change came over "tlie. game Blairniore yesUrdaj' atterno'on, to de- HelVeyue being unable to cope- with cide the iigbt ol meeting Coal Creek i the rushes'ot Hie Coleman forwards, cup Uoth and.pnlr by the heroic eflorts oi Hol- igfs, with and Varley'was the Ilellovuo in the final ol the- Crane teams had undergone view of strengthening thtir respective' goal saved.-N'o matter how good two sides; Btllevut having signed on.both Holberten "aid 'Linning ol Letbbridge. But "ui spiie ol their, enterprise, Mlnue was badly-beaten'by man by four, to. nil. WAS HEAVY Ottawa, Oct. ll.-Unless the Oica- dian Kugby Football union induce the toter-colleglate clrarupious to flay llicie will be no Canadian linal-ttiis season between ite lulerprovincial and Oittario union winners. This ai the ultimatum handed out alter Sat- urday's mutch, between the Ottawj and Hamilton teams, licprfsentative'i ot Ike rival clubs'hail a conference in the. Hussel House during which the matter'was considered, and it is un- derstood that wold will he tent to. the 'Canadian Union at once, request- ing its bHicials lo get a decision to ol the vMch, by its schedule wcrfc loiiger, is believed to have al- ready made- up its mind not to meet the inttrprovindal Tinalist. Until las', lall the Inler-provin- fiil clash was the liig leaturc of tliu rugby season, but JIcGlll. upset ex- pectations .by refusing to play.' Ealil-tbat the.IntGc-collCjE.ia.ta teams hOTe unanimously decided In cut'out sauoffs. Thai is what 1hu Big Four clubs Svish lo know. "Ytui can take it for granted Iu- tcr-provlnclal will cot recognize tliu Ontario Union unless the Inter-collc- consent to play ofl." said oflicial club may -bo playing, they cannot be I "Me don't-expect to be lortunate ,ridgc.; eipwted .16 withstand rush niter enough to quality ourselves, but .It's rprise, i hiirV, and from a fine piece of play by vip to 'Ihe Inter-collegiate to say Cole- Uankt, Kelloe was put in possession whether, they into the dis- There sized pres- goal. Both teams of the, ball, 1'aton having no chance card sliot'.fhat scored This much is already settled.'1 extremely day br John B. Bruco, secretary o Social will, we are sure, freely adrml they.come in the boxing line, and what! .dent of the-. shown "their -discHrnlnatipn in" requisi- liojins fnvaluable services as Orchestra arc to supply the'mus- ical part and they can.te depended.iipoa: to. do.full juBt- ico to this important part ot the even- King's Oeo. Cruickshanlc, P. C, Long and T. Taylor are up against .the -problem of judging the merits and demerits of the Baskets of the various and Awhile probably they.wbuld be better able.to give judgment "oh-the.contents of tie basSets. .thch- decision" can te, accept- ed as absolutely faiV and unprejud- iced. Other, ehlertainmrrnts given Football Clo'b "this season money. The club received a- of which J10.000 put up as a forfeit to comply with the rules of the "series. This was tjie.net amount after: 2o per cent haj deducted club's totals, will be'.turned over to President John- son, ofrtte American league for dis- tribution, to the 'seven other American league clubs. 'Each of .the twenty-five players elig- ible to feompete In' the series received r.un.inil ftntre by Banks, the manioutside left, Varley lav to clear. p Cole- ing to rorcd (ho lo protest Satar- were game because the crowd surged g prior to this'over, the touch line near the finish, enl'whert BeUevue, having lost the'signs of-the hard going iv Hut the show which goal, but it certainly seemed to putjbut it is not thought lhat they will bid fallen in the earlier part oi the a stimulant in th? Coleman boys; for o so.- alter It' Ihe-r. would cot be denied. A- fine lorward movement by the whole. them, ended-with MeAuley scocing a'second, I'aton only par- tiilir clearing Holmes' shot, the ball rebounding off .MeAuley into the net. The'Belleyuc team now secnied to- tally, disorganized i-more than one playe'r'-helng-fa'distKss, and to make ,riy came into the'picture, mattersi; woM for them, Parker was ma uiv.j lay winning the plaudits .ijeln; goals of'.iiie'-crowdi but tUe- heavy.ground j'were one of them looi- iris toUIly unsuitable for his style ling very suspiciously like ofiside, but during the whole of! without" it, it: is quite Certain there KAHANAMOKU IS AGAIN IN .U.S. Will Take Part In Swimming Etcti San Francisco, OcL anamoV'U and a team of seven swim- mers fronTthe Hawaiian islands, ar- rived hero today to compete in tho 'ortola swlmuiing races. The team s composed of sis sprinter's-and two distance men.. HARE MONEY ieu -oj ter of the New York; Vl'tional league i have! of the '1512 world's series' tnt' B ate ret eipls 'must -be' tnrrie d "over to .Ficjcey slcParlanci and the .'araous "ilsrlem he don't know about tie gaine'qf hit.. mgt he was a" constant thorn in it be' side ol the Coiema'n, detose. From a centre .by 7eanant, had a-'gre'at1 chance to- give Uellevue the be tritd too much, fin: "with the conseauonce" that Moore, who was "playing a great ganie, eisily -robbed him ol the. hall. There. or "two ipr would "be.'no .douh.1 as to the' ultimate outcome of -the game! The final will b'e played at Michel neit Saturday. COLBlfAN' Fines, Kmmerson, ifoote, Roughead, -.Jackson, llunter, Holmes, Kellog, Bennlngton, JIcAu- ley and- Banks. whole, tbn v Azevedo wa. outclassed. MARL BROWN BADLY BATTERED New Orleans, OcL' rFranlile Russell, ol New Orleans, had'the bet- ter ol six rounds of "a ten-round noi decision bout "Knock-put" Brown, o( New York, Willie chaperoned by Man-. 1r likely I would be arrald to take a jgei- Harrj- Koier, has been arnoag us chance w thei past W dajs or so. Willie lost no lime arrival In signing to appear'at a prominent- vaudeville. that In dropp-l Billj- Nolan for Foley. the cbarnp- lonBhlp has' lost 'nolhlng In a husl- aess war- was rather peered at the HOT'ICS In circulation that he s( the natch with FrHdy Welsh, be- :ause ie Kas afralrl of the Dritlsh tnamyton. He says It was a Batter o! b-JElnssB with him. and that am willing to box Welsh'at any time oter any 'distance. Al! that he will have to do is to get some reliable promoter' fp'rhafce'me a suitable offer and the match is.pn." f "Hop about a match with Packer I aakeii Ihe champion. '-'1 have read several of jour articles 1m which' you havo been .urging a rnalch between Pacfeey and my- replied the champion, "and want to lell you ibat 1 am not the one who has balked at. the match. If McKor- land wants to meet me, though, he will have to make I3S pounds Ting- v i, j Me- That's the .greatest concession Khen the promoters balked at putting am to Dp.U-.o money be my reputsllon by boxing welter- svcrything off. WiUlo said that had wclghtF. At least, not welters of the .the bout gone through as origlnallr taliber of Packey McFarland. a tchciuled on Labor Day, It woald have p wm. irawn Wg, but that the promoters .n'to', he'proftwe'. lo afraid they had booked "'loser b 5 vm n M after postponement bad been dent. 3t 135 t can ,hat a postponement bad been made ure Rreat through Welsh's accident. [0u1d ,0 ,t[ good Willie says he is out. for money and man an MtMed to the otter fellows kare tho glory. But as for being of that'i different. i "1 not afraid of Welsh, wheti told .rse tho r day, ''and 1 held blm prctly tbM. So 1 bave bad Iwcrtlt of two years' experience, which time I won the IJsht- tillfl fiom Wplfist, It If bard- Willie said atltr -.Cross match 'he- eivects to return to San Francisco to Tommy Mutphy Jim Coffrqth's club, but that while on 1 the ground here be Is ready.to talk with any one. Willie says he don't' care who he boies. He win leave .the selection of hia opponents to the promoters. Give him the mon- ey and he's not particular ninth- and others -were JIM THORPE WEDS FORMER SCHOOLMATE Carlisle, Pa., Oct. 15. James Thorpe, the Sac nnd Fo.t Indian, front world's greatest and New York Na-' tjonal, leasiie bS5iAi3li team, was mar- ried hero today' in- tbe1. historic St. Patrick's church, lo Margaret Ivy Mil- ler, .'a native of Oklahoma, and a former student at Ihe Carlisle Indian school, which Thorpe attended. FORMER Hans door of the court In New He Is eald to have forged the papers thai gave him his ta priesthood. He rauiderfi( his Guarantee with Thornton Douglas made fa measure clothing puarjntM each by to free from In both itiJterlal and workminshlp, to be tjllored by .-skilled people, "id "tit of cloth, thoroughly shrunk. Should any garment prove un- satisfactory, jmtf not at rtprc. Mntcd, we requMt that U b> re- turned when It will be replaced 'anolher or ths Thaell Dodd tlXTH SOUTH, Laiker and'Rublnitcln to Hook Up In SjtrEes'of. Chess players over 'wer no doubt dclightcd: to hear that Las- her and hubinetela Siu signed article (or a series of tw'enty "games for. th championship''of. the world, and Was rather pleasing-to note'that the champion' hns prescribed a of rules mucb.mofa reasonable in Wit than tie one..he panted .to enforce when the Cuban champion, Capablan- ca, challenged him for a similar match about two :years ago. Of cbu'rfie, when agr6eing upon.the tcrrna.-tboy added just a llttlo namely, that they would play provided dial 500 players would subscribe Sach.for a book, which is .to be publlabcd at.the conclusion of tho'corf'- test and which shall contain, nnnotAt- cd by IhQ-players, a complete hlslory it't'he- match. decided to begin play either. In the spring, or at the Uy in tbb fall.of next year, and Iho game's are lo be a tlme.llmlt of tlilrt> moves for two. bours. There will Byo'Eltflngs of duration each week, and tho be tlie majority..of the games, draw games to count 'onc-ha[ point Jor each.' In case of a tie at the end of series, Laskcr pltP llio championship title.. 'From; the" funds'.each'player 1? U for every gamfc he 'wins tho. rest'of the nio'ney. will be. divider! In eciual shares hetw-enn tho players If tho-proHl derived from the publics -thehbook should exceed fit la to be establishment of an In ernaflonal association, the nrihcipa unction 'of .the' organizalEon' to con slst of arranging all sorts of Inle national contests.1 Tho principals have decided lo pla all Iho games In Europe. It Is cxpdc ed that arrangements will be made I cable'the moves of.eAcirgame to th country In order lo satisfy America criew. patrons, .of whom there "will 1 quite a number who Ihe book'.j Should that bs done would-nuke lilllo' differcnco whethe the ga'riies bs played la London, Part St. Teteraburg or an other tlty. DILLON FOUND EASY. HARK Akron, Ohio, Oct. Dilinn. 'of liidlanapolls, aspirant for'the mil- alewelfht honors, wou tho decision over WnltCT Monaghan, of Canton, in four rounds, here, last nlghL Monag- lian was so completely outclassed that s manager threw up tlie sponge to his bojier from a useless beaUus U5t before the close- of tho fovrth und. TO All.members of the Caledonian foe bill chib are requested lo be- prese al a meeUng in the Y M. C. A. lonlg it S n'.rn. sharp. Imyorl.inl lu Hiding Breeches are in de- mand as the pleasure ami wealth of (he morning gallop jocomea-better known. 'Everything in Tailordoin is represented .in the Kenii- ready what we have not in stock.wc make Order. This K a. Service Store-' Where we do all 'we can for satisfied until yon are cheerfully ready.to win your regard. Riding Breeches at and Have you seen the new Book on "Cloth and Clothes: the Styles." There's a copy here for you. Worth corning or scndiiig for. The Semi-Ready Store Empress Blosk, 8, C, Bateman, Mgr, ;