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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta t?n,,a � ii in..........-i � - iMimiin i '' '...........-ii-in i�n.i -��nwiin; ALL THE LOCAL �wn WOHl O'S FO^MOST FVENT8 ATHLETIC SENATORS IN THEIR NEW GYMNASIUM Local curlers at l "GEO. HAAG MOVES TO A WARMER (?) CLIMATE" Bruce Rink Holds Own in the McGrath Cup-Other Games Representatives of Lethbridge curl-fag- club registered at the hotel In Cra'nbrpok last night ail in good trim tor the Crow's Nest Pass bonspiel Play started at 9.30 this morning. Results so far are: Hoggarth Cup, Boyd 10 vs. Roberts 11. Walker cup Hanes 11 vs. Wilson 15; Magrath Cup, McGeery 11, vs. Bruce 14 and 15 and 15, vs. Dunham, 12. Owing to -trains ltl:e the ninks from Fernie &nd M-cLeod and Taber not yet arrived. GIANTS AND WHITE SOX TO MAKE TRIP AFTER THE WORLD'S SERIES ��New York, Feb. 2.-Plans were Referrtngvto Geo. T. Hang and the removal of his headquarters to Leth bridge from da)sary, the Chicago "Horseman" under the above caption has the following tp'say in its last issue: "Fot some'reason, perhaps to gain the advantage of a milder climate, and an earlier^ spring, the successful trainer and driver, Geo. T. Haag, formerly of Red Oak, la-, and also of Oregon, 111., where he trained for supreme court justice. J. H; Cartwriglit, but for a number of years located at Calgary, Alta., where-ha* developed the present crack European trotter, General H, 2:0494, Into a very successful Grand Circuit performer, has concluded to move the'sparkling aggregation of trotters and pacers, which constitute his present stable; from Calgary to Lethbridge, Alta., located about one hundred miles souiih Of Calgary, about February 15th, so George writes, "for spring training.'. He- alap states that the Lethbridge track is a good one and beautifully located. *fr * *r� Since February loth is nearly two months earlier than we usually think of such a thing as spring training down here in southern Iowa, it is to be hoped that George will find the Lethbridge environs balmy, and that the thermometer will'not drop lower than 30 below zero after he arrives there, though they say that a little matter of 30 or 40 below up in that country, where it is "high and dry," is really a delightful temperature. Anyway It is claimed that 49 below is more tolerable in that country than ordinary freezing weather back in "the states." J1 4� *� They do certainly provide well up in that section In the way of chances to earn a lot of money with trotters and pacers. Both Calgary and Letihhridge as well as a number of other good towns, such as Moose Jaw, Regina, Edmonton, etc., are going into the bug West Canadian Circuit, of which B. L. Richardson, manager of the big Calgary Industrial Exhibition, is the circuit secretary and it Is promised by Mr. Rdchardson and associates In that big circuit, that big money events for harness horses will again be plentiful throughout the entire chain of meetings. 4" *� *J* Last season George Haag started seventy times for an aggregate of ������,... . . . ?SG,350 in purses. He was first in sixteen events, second in twelve, third in Ha"!* to�Tv th^ew York'Na- tMrtBai' fr trot m 2:07 0r better-this year, if need be; in �start their trip immediately after the ( fact, believes ;that he could trot nearly that fast last fall." �world's series in October and will 1 - ____________ _'�� _ - " �� end: it in Dublin, Ireland, on Wash- | ^ngton's birthday, 1914, according to present plans.' Ted Sullivan, the . scout of the White Sox, and personal agent for President Comiskey, held conferences with Manager McGraw of trie Giants last night and today. After his talk with Mcdraw today, Sullivan said he was prepared to make the'official announcement that the tour would be made by the two teams next winter. l j DEFEATED IN ANOTHER OVERTIME GAME BY SINGLE SCORE won two 8!g events ICE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS AT MONTREAL-CANADIANS AND AMERICANS BROKE EVEN horn, through one .of his brilliant rushes, saved overtime being playedY by securing the odd goal and' scoring Toronto, Feb. 2.-Going into over-'time in their last three games the Tccumsehs h,ave'become known as the overtime specialists of the N.H.A. At th.e Arena on Saturday night, they were beaten, 5 to 4, by Quebec, in 15 minutes' extra, play. The game was the first N.H.A. fixture in Toronto in which the full com-plement of seven men was used by the teams. The players, accustomed to the "bob-tailed" kind, made as good a showing at the original game of hockey as O. H. A. teams would be ; Montreal, Feb.-:-l.r~The Canadian ' expected to make were they experi-n^^squt'dpor speed skating^ championships menting 'with, six men a side. The "were held this afternoon over the men found It difficult to break away Y^teenest possible kind of ice and, not- from the individual rushes, and utter r'.v.: withstanding-the high wind prevail- lack of team play,'which characterizes ing, the skaters made fairly fast the, six-man.game, and consequently y time. The championships were well the first period was slow, the score I divldedrtha -Canadians holding their' being 3 to 1 in favor of Quebec. The !?ame the aggressors. an eleventh-hour f( I'M A REG'LAR. 1 CHAMPeen White.j Hope \j-r The Senators at Ottawa, owing to the sluggishness of legislation through the Commons at this session have asked the Minister of Public Works to Install a gymnasium In the liaserne'nt of the Parliament Buildings, where they can work off their surplus energy through the agency of dumb-bells, parallel bars, etc. grip on the ADDED TO STRING 0? VICTORIES IN LAST WEEK'S BASKETBALL GAMES SPEEDY ROVER OF MONTREAL TEAM RESPONSIBLE FOR TORONTO'S DEFEAT Montreal, Feb. 1.-Going at top speed from start to finish, it was not until within 45 seconds of the expira-. _ tion of the time that the Wanderers stated that the local aggregation was -----------,_ ------Thqy were Magrath, Jan. 31.-The events in basketball circles In the south during the past week have only served1 to strengthen the nold of Stirling on the Mutual cup and the championship of Southern Alberta. Two league games have been played, Stirling defeating the Raymond second ward squad on the latter's floor and the first ward, of Raymond trimmed Magrath to the tune of 31 to 19. In the junior series Stirling defeated the Raymond second ward and the;Garden City five slipped* another  over their husky antagonists from the 'Raymond first ward. The :;fight for the junior pennant is fast developing into a race between Stirling and Magrath. The local team is confident that they will put it over the boys of the -Junction town when they pay them a visit. The game the qjher evening demon- nosed out a 3 to 2 victory over tl�(^�Jn* ^fsSInced as their en-Toronto's on Saturday nighty Jor 12^^ the second time this season O.Cleg- (tossing. Jensen has been put on the bench for the time being, and his position is now being'strongly held down by Scott, a new man at the- game but ;-\ " own against x the Americans, although McLean, of Chicago, was the only '�;, " competitor to hold two champion-*\4 ships. Supamary :- ''220-Yard Championship - W. H. 'Jackson, M.A.A.A., won; R. Mo-;e - Lean, .Chicago, second. Time 21 3-5. ' ^i8,0iyard "Championship - R. Mckean, ^Chicago, won, W. Gunderson, "' � Chicago, second; A. 0. Sickey, Cleve-' land, .third. Time 1:37. ,%, 440-Yard Championship-R. T. Lo-V,,, gan,-M.'AiA.A.,' wqn; R. McLean, Chicago, second.;-W. Gunderson, Chi-J*' cagp, third. Time 40 1-5 seconds.  440-Yard Championship ('backwards) ,5 -R. A. Mason, M.A.A.A., won ; D. ,' -Drew, M.A.A.A., second; R. Goodman, ,M.A.A.A., third. Time 48 1-5-\* One Mile Championship-R, McLean, ^ Chicago, won; A- O. Sickey, Cleve-lftnd, second; Russell Wheeler, M.A. ,/ A".^., third. Time 3;0� 2-5. Two Mile Championship - Russell Wheeler, won ; ~A, O. Sickey, second ; J> Brunst, Cleveland, third. Time 7:03'. One Mile (boys under 16 years of .: age) - Glenn Allen, Saranac Lake, , won; W. GV- Marks, M.A.A.A., aec-1 ond Time 2i50. i Jk / -.".- . - - ! \ '.^CHICAGO CUBS ARE SU^.- t Chicago, Feb. 1.-Suit for $25,000 Mfa ld^nageB was filed in the Superior - ^Qour^ yesterday, by Mrs. Annie Dob-v\ against the Chicago National ^ague baseball club, because of Injur-lei',sustained by being struck by a f foyg ball batted from the West Side | t\^a!ck during a game last.summer. players bunched and neglected to.play their positions. The ;two remaining jteriods, however) -furnished brilliant hockey, and as excellent a game as the professionals have played here this season. There was no scoring in the second period. In the third Quebec made the score. 4 to 2, "which was followed quickly.by the braves making it 4 to 3. With two minutes to play the Indians tied the score. Without intermission the teams started- in to* overtime, the first team to score to be declared winners, according to the N. H� A. rulep. v - The line-up: / Quebec-Goal Moral}; point, Mummery; cover, Hall; rover, Crawford; centre, Maloney; right, Marks; left, T. Smith. Tecumsehs^-Goal, Nicholson; point, G.McNamara; cover, H. McNamara; rover, Vair; -centre, H.: Smith; right,: Gaul; left, Throop. Referee-Harvey Putford, Ottawa. Judge of p.lay--Dr. Wood, Toronto. BRITTON AND McFARLAND MATCHED New York, Feb. 1.-After months of challenging on the part of Jack Brit-t . Bran, per ton .......... 81.00 flhorts, per ton .. .... .23.00 Oats, per ton, safikad ........ 26.00 Rolled Oats.................. 27.00 66 63 58 53 49 65 62 / 58 G3 48 MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES The League-Second' Division Giossop, 2; Stockport County, 2. .Lincoln City, 3; Grimsby Town, 0. '"*'' County Rugby Championship Northumberland, 3; Durham, 1, Other Rugby Results Blackheath, 0; United Services, 6. Cardiff, 13; Bristol, 0. , LOCAL BANKERS' TEAM TO PLAY MACLEOD SEPTETTE Game Next Saturday Evening-The Line-up of the Locals Wanted To-day ^f^lStii Every Day for One Month l�p()t^&i&n to taka ady;'J Dominion Bowling Alleys t  f* r^^feBa'tement Dominion Bfopk, The bankers' hockey team of Mac-leod is playing a series of games with bank teams from neighboring placer,. A Lethbridge 'team has accepted an invitation from the windy cilty septette for a game and the following players will leave here for the scene of hostilities Saturday afternoon next, playing in the evening. Barnard, point; Bank of N. Scotia. Guard, rover, � Molson'B Bank; Hughes, goal. Bank of Toronto. Shedden, centre. Union Bank: Vanderwater, light wing, Bank of Commerce. McKay, cover point. Bank of Commerce. 1 DIser, left wing. Union Bank. Hlncks, and Hatch, reserves, Royal Bank. played close hockey FRENCHMEN DEFEATED-HUSHING TACTICS OF SENATORS WON THE GAME 1 f the game. Canadlens tried hard to equalize, but the Ottawa defence was too strong. The line-up: Ottawa-Benedict, goal; Merrill, point; Lake, cover; Ronan, rover; Dennlson, centre; Broad bent, right; Darragh', left. -CariftdlenB-Venl?in, goal; De Fe.ui*; point; Laviolette, cover; P. Ryan, row; Smith, centre; Pltre, right; Berlannuette, left. -, - Referee^-Riley, Montreal.: Judge'of play-Westwick, otta*�> Northern Rugby Union Coventry, 18; Wigan, 44. Oldham, 12; Rochdale Hornets, 5. Hull, 0; Hunslet, 0. Swlnton, 3; Battery, 3. York, 6; Bradford, 16. Wakefield Trinity, 14; St. Helens, 3. Huddersfield, 44; Keighley, 0. Dewsbury, 13; Halifax, 2. Widnes, 8; Salford, 6. Broughton Rangers, 19; Leigh, 3. Bramley, 0; Hull Kingston Rovers, 24. Leeds, 14; Warrington, 4. AH other Old Country games not given here were published in Saturday's issue of the Herald. Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 3,-Winnipeg opened j,-tto i lower "and declined further during the morning. The undertone is decidedly .bearish, notwithstanding the big world's shipments. Reports of winter wheat conditions are favorable and supplies the world over seem adequate to meet the demands. There was a fair trade in options, both 1 milling interests and exporters being said to be tentative buyers and there is some speculative interest as well. Cash trading is qtiict with offerings heavy. Oats are very dull, but there is active trade in fiax which is creeping up in price. Receipts for .the last two days were G53 cars inspected and 350 in sight. Cables closed : Liverpool, -\ lower ; Paris, holiday ; Berlin, unchanged ; Budapest) -J lower; Antwerp, -4- lower. Wheat- Open Close. 87 i- Oats- ......... SB*- ......... 36i ............ 1.161 1.18J- July........................... 1.171 '1.19-} Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor................... It took fifteen minutes of overtime to score the decision in the game be-| Flax- tween Heiney.'s , Intermediates of May...... Taber and a Picked team from Lcth-' briqge played at Taber on Friday, ana resulting in a � win for the Tab-erites by a score of 3 to 2-. The game all through was an exhibition o! good, clean hockey, -with No. 3 Nor. not a single penalty. ' The visitors No. 4........................ had the best ol it during the first. No. 5............................ half and succeeded jn bulging the nets No. 6 ........,.................. twice. Wallace and - Munroe starred . Feed ............................ in the forward line lor Lethbridge, j Winter Wheat-each putting in a goal during the first No. 1.........,................... half. Pearson, of Taber, made a fine No. 2......... .........�...:..... break through the Lethbridge defence, j No. 3................>.......... scoring the.-only tally tor the team No. 4 ........ in:the first half. A brilliant rush by Oats- Bonnell resulted in a goal which, No. 2 C. W, ...... however,;was,.not counted owing to No. 3 C "W.:'...:.';'..;.:,.;..-": half time being called just as the � Ex. No. 1 Feed.............. shot was made. i No. 1 Feed ..... In tho. opening of the second ball j No. 2 Fred................... lyiunroe met;with.a. piece ot. bad liick, Barley- tripping and hurting himself so that j No. 3 ......... ....... he'was. unable, to'finish the game, j No. 4. .........v...;.............. However, with six- men a side the (Rejected ............-.......... gahje livened up and the teams play- Feed .......................... ed; better combination than in the Flax-first half. Taber succeeded in rnak- No. 1 N. W. C........ ing a: few go6d shots which, how- Minneapolis ever, wei'o cleverly ihandled by Cronk- Wheat- ite" in goal. . An offside in the vicin- May ....................... ity of. the nets^and .a.little poor play j July................'...... on the part of fathers in blocking j Sept............................ the goal resulted in a \-tally lor Tab-1 Chicago er. This evened up the score and the ! May .................;...... play after" that was fast and furious, Suly .................. .....^ Neither team, however, succeeded in j Sept. locating the nets, although some fine rushes were made.' Special mention might be made of'a clever rush by Williams, which was'effectually stopped, however, 'by the sturdy Lethbridge defence. During the latter part 89* 88* Ot* 83 '80* '70* 72A-67* 62 52 1 84* 8IV 78*. 73*- 32* 31^ 29J-*-26^ 47* 44J, 40t 39l 1.13} 87* 89* 88J 08* 01 89* BIRKENHEAD MARKET Liverpool, Feb. 3.-John Rogers & Co., cable that trade at Birkenhead tpday showed 110 variation on Satur-tho play seemed to hang around' the da>''s auotations and prices are the boards, and the nimble referre had to ' DRAW FOR THIRD ROUND ENGLISH CUP London, Feb. 3.-The draw for the third round of the English Cup, to be .played off on February 22, resulted as follows: Reading vs. Blackburn . Rovers. Liverpool vs. Hull City or Newcastle United. Bristol Rovers or Norwich City vs. Brighton or EveTton. Aston Villa vs. Burnley. Crystal Palace vs. Middlesborough. Oldham Athletic vs. Manchester United,' Bradford vs. Chelsea or Sheffield Wednesday. Sunderland or Manchester City vs. Swindon. resor(; to ' bear antics to keep clear 0! ^the players. After a few minutes more of hard- work time was called. Result, Lethbridge. 2, Taber 2. Five (minutes bverSjme being played which ' did not result,in ,a score for either side Jt was decided to play a sudden de�tli game. Ten more minutes .were pliyed: during which time Taber, through a fine piece of combination on> the part of Williams and Pearson succeeded in scoring the!winning goal. ReBult, Lethbridge 2, Taber 3. The line-up :- Lethbridge., .Position Cronkite..7...,....,goal ....... Mathers............pplnt ...... Taber same at 13% 'to 15 cents per pound for Irish steers. HE PLAYED BALL . IN THIS CITY IN 1907 KIPPERT POLICE COURT HERO Beaver Outfielder � Spoils Near Tragedy in Vancouver Vancouver, B.C., Feb. 1.-^Sd. Kip-pert, the heavy-slugging Beayer,feat-..Malo : ured in police court circles the other Pearson day as a real hero, an up-to-date life- Dpwner.............coyer .....j-...Williams 1 saver, whose gallantry, presence o� Wallace.............ro^er ... Wellington  mind, and daring were up to thfe "s'tan- Munroe..............centre ... Van Orman dard of any paper-backed story of fic- Bonnell.........right wing ....., ...Price tion. NORWEGIAN BROKE WORLD'S SKATING RECORD AGAIN Oscar. Matheson Covered 10,000 Metres In Phenomenal Time Christianta, Feb. 1.-In the Interna-tional; skating,, .contests' here today, Oscar Matheson, the Norwegian champion, won the 10,000 _ metres ag-ain-lp the world's record time; tyathe-spn-. bpvered the distance in XV mitt. 22 6J.0sec., surpassing by nearly 10 secondB the world's record, which he established .last Saturday. The Russian Ippolitow finished second in 17miri. 35 5-10see. Schweitzer.....left wing ... ...McKellar Referee - Gale E. McKain, Leth-brjdge. , . WEARY WILLIE HOWARTH DIES Farjious Hpokeyr Player succumbs to Pneumonia Rossland, B. C;,' Feb. 1.-William Howarth, familiarly known as "Weary Willie,'' died at Anaconda, Mont., a few 'days.since fjfom .the effects of pneumonia. , Howa'rth was well known In Rossland, where he lived for'sover-al; years, coming .'here from Sandon. with- BUch 'stays a.s Hood, Jamieson an^'othere) he a grieat hockey idol at; RoBafand. hing captain of. the Ho�)a^4 .teattiV;wftlch beat- Nelson. montrea! ' Vic^ "won � '<|AME' IN, NEW YORK Ne.w ' Ypr^'.Fei). i.-The Victoria hookey ,teaoi of,Montreal defeated the CrJBScent C, a^ St: Nicholas rink last'nlght;..hy a'$core. or 8 to 5,-In a close' bftttie. According to the. story unfolded by the police magistrate, two lawyers and an inspector, a anan rejoicing in. the pleblan name of Smith, was trying to collect some rent, which.he alleged a certain Mr. White owed him. The scene of the argument which followed was in Kippert's ' shop on Homer street, Kippert 'was upstairs when he heard excited voices below, which, from the tone assumed, made him beliovo he had become an umpire, and bad: rendered a decision against the home utelfim. �' Thinking he would -play safe, he slid, for the stairs and landed fair in a bit of tragedy. �White, with an uplifted hatchet, was about to make a three^base' bit on the top of.Smith's pate, and had not Kippert caught out White( Smith surely would have taken'his base, As it was ."Kip" had: to make a "squeeze play" to save the "sacrifice hit." '.. � � Kippert ��.�placed' baseball witji the first Lethhridge professional team'iu 1907. Since raen he has played in last company, f . 4078 ;