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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta KKHltlUUY 1, 1911 THE hETHBKl'UGB DAILY HERALD PAGE WE WITH THE CANADIENS GREAT CONTESTS RIGHi IN Everything Breaking Right for Keen Competition at the Local Aird's and Olson's Rinks in Battle Royal Past Preliminary Stages NEXT WEEK IN NEW YORK TO DISCUSS PLANS TO OP- POSE FEDERALS Thrilling it.ds, keen competition, I mA eu-eilent ice have marked the Kuurth Annual llousplcl to the iiuur oi going lo press, Preliminary vouiiils in the 1'agu'Jelo, Grantl dial- XfriV York, Feb. tho club ofiT.ers of tlio National leasue meet In this cliy next "week for the annual scheJuTo meeting, of tho Jcnge ami Brewery trophy have prat-- (l-'ejniej, Ik-ally all been played, and in many I rases the rinks readied ll.e I'ijhls. Tliis oltenioon's play.put a. humher ol rinls into the (ours, mi iksl the jewelry classes h.ue been reached. The backbone ol 'spiel h.is been btoVen, liut the best ol Ihe pluy is to come, semi-finals 1 jii'l finals pmmit-e to be a little i heller ll.an the usual, liott because li.e outside rinks are holding up well I hi-raufc every m.e of the lour fclects t( ice is keen yn.d in stand thape gc-ueraUy. A GHKAT MyiCU The Grand Challenge Irophy pluy slarlcil of! or. the last ilraw last nigtil, and liie iour games oi Hie 8.3D Unlay were in thai competition. Tli! miiining's play furnished or.c of 1 I'. M. Tuesday Bruce 15 Judsoa, O'a- 9. llrucc, 12; ChrK, 15. I American league'will also lie In town, Ui-nderswi. 11; U'.son, (l if that .1 Joint meeting TltOl'UY Joluison, S tloyd, 9. Henderson. 15- llerchmer If. l'2 .ludsoc. 8. Clark, II Yuuns, UltF.WEltY TUOI'HY licid. 7 Aird, 1-1. (illANl) CHAU.KMM-: a p. 31. Wilson II -.McCulkch, in. ilroce, 15 Young, Ii. the UireclhiK forces ot tho two or- ganlzatlous will he held. If such ir.efctiug is held it will lie- the first {lime on record ihat magnates o[ [nc f.vo Lig leagues have met in Joint con- I Tho activity of the new Federal 1 gue IB said to be Ihe subjecl upper- most iho minds of tlie club owners land a joint conference was suggested to discuss a nlan of campaign acnliiBt the so-called outlaw organization. GIBBONS-McFARLAND MATCH POSTPONED York, boui lu liavo been held nere OD Thursday, Tebrusrr, 11'. Lt'.wcen Packy ilc- Farlatid of CLtcago Miko (Jlb- bons of St. Paul i-osipoced to- until tho first wr-c-k in March, The jnanageiamt of t-ip club be- fore which the are to -box, said tonight that it was dec-mod ad- vteablo to Uie bout, as February 12 Is a holMay. It was OildeJ lhat tho change in tbe date would also Uibbojig a better to maka liS i-ouads at 4 o'clock on .the of tho fight, anj permit McFarland to get into the best condition. McFarland Surprised Chicago, III-. Feb. expresBeii surnrise tontgtil on hearing-from New York that Iho aicKarland-Cibbons match had been MoKarland rc- cetveiJ a message from the New York promoter, reading: "Match poslr-oneil. Big ailvan- laee, help.'1 could give no reneon for tho mm NEEDS Hev. Ui'o.s Addresses Wo- men; Denis with Qiu's- of Sharkey Marchllton, the hard- checking player, who is showing great form mi mm AT C Uoyd, M. the most beautiful exhibitions o! cull- ing 5Kii UIL thp lineal rink tlits win- ter. Aird cil tlir. loral club was play- ing Olson ol Kfrtiic, in the sixtccus, :ind at tljc ctnl oi the llh cntl was 13. CIIAU.F.XUB Wednesday, 9 A. 31. 3 Kclii; 5. m, 4 lin.-hmer, n. Clark, IS I'rat, n Aird, 10; Olson, Clark, Mcl.eoil, lloyi: and Aird. the locals, have each played HAD UNIQUE FEATURES INTRO- OF OLD- AMD YOUNG-TIMERS Exceptional Interest Being Shown in Play Alli PiiK'liei- Creek. Allj., nioodt Hie Youns in a TaEt gutue of bockey sntj after Uirec quarters of filay, score siood As a liockcy carae It wouM not claps very high, but for sparring and wrestling il was superb. The refereo aud Judge of play -were kept busy and .what they didn't ere Through Creates Interest The Results Todate Macieod, Feu. crazy at bonspiet and the personnel of the local follows j goalkeepers to have been left on the I ice. Some ot the players iad an idea that when they tried to put Ihe puck each! In the net all the opposing players had to go with it, and played accord- enjoyed it im- sure, that what ITanaria waUs ii iiruplr, direct churct teaching, i j'lU flora Ne-.v ami people ttere appealed for. tte Isji.te thing, just sixple. definite teaching of what the church otfers aa-1 j they cnn serve Gini.'1 Un T 0! .Mii'WJ, i obeyed tr.e guiila-.ce ol thi gave i ptai-iicjl Uible i Holy Spirir. He Is calliLg (.n vou readirg lu a o! ivomen ir advance, when lie teaches uiu soir.! Aujustin's church Tuesday step Your mother's irlizicn fill teraoc-n. Dcipile eslrenie save you, you must gel in lo-cti fiity wow-a were present at tte intet-! with God yourself, lie leads every snul individual into r.e-.v Tlie reverend uaiej hisjll.l'il acd new- liuth." rfmarls on tl.e IGlli i-hjuler ni the GOOD WOMAV'S Acts nf the Apostleo and sjid in! "Lydia was baptized and ter ho'M- 'hyld. We don't ktow how she did ir. "St. 1'aul ac.il his had ske come to 1'hillipi, ami they went ,0 that power to out the city on the Sabbath day Thu touschold-your husband! was not .Sunday, but the Jewish .AMtfn_ 5iste.--l0 God We Sabbath. Nine out of ,tfu will; Jo 3 mjn or tell you. we keep Sunday holy to GoJ, the icnuEoce obedience lo tho fourtn is most I ar- reenl. As a matter ol fact we have fal lo (or ,he 5ate 0, sir.ce given up keeping the fourth !o et been riccidert as1 I3- H. J. Locxheait, W. TutHe, Doctor Drme. v.ho knocked out Grey D- Smith and Dr.- Frascr On Moaday afternoon a Graaum rink, skipped hy Mr. Clllesple ar.d todtiy lias still to play the winner ol Ihe Slruthers-Foivler match which is -iyol to oil The prizes which madc 11P Messrs. Mercer, Clrcggory, were generously donated hy the' local and Gilleapie, swooped dowa racrrliants, are well worth ani1 sought to take the Uld goal; Gil- lespie, point; Boasenberry, cover; Tucker, rover; Boyes, centre; Pur- right wing; Wright, left wing. goal; Kettles, point; Aleinnder, cover; Lynch, rov- er; Taggart, centre; Pellelier, right wing; Debbie, left'uing. Notes en the Game -Jimmy Dobhle got knocked down and was put' off for five minutes for it. Doc..GilleEni8 and L. Lynch got to- gether In a'loving embrace aud bad literally to be prised apart. Every time Bossenburg fell down, somebody got put'oQ the fence. Formed Town League The entliusiasts and have formed a three-Uam town lea first game takes place on night. They expect to play three games each week, on Mondays, Thurs- days and Saturdays. was dissatisfied, Seep down in her heart, she wanted something." "Many women ni today are in that state of mind, women of. the world and of society, who try to satisfy themselves with pleasure. Tiial is why women lake up strange cults to satisfy their religious instincts. 1 was struck hy what the Rile, of Bishop Quebec, Quc., Feb. feature of this evening's EittlnE of the special investigation committee of the live assembly was the evidence glveu by Dr. Do 5Iarttgny of Montreal, -who was called before the court to explain Uie non-appearance of Mr. J. O, Mous-' Steltany, a jood women who for Soulanges, in re- w-orktd among all classes of society London, said regarding the change among society women even wlth.in the last thiee years. At drawing room gatherings the subject they want most frequently discussed is re- ligion. src hungering lor something; they arc not satisfied with externals; Ihey want to get hold.ol the core anri reality of religion." "Paul's meeting with Lydia1 seemed mere chance, but it.was part- oi God's design. Do we not Cnd it in our lives You met someone, a friend perhaps, anil it appears like an ac- cident, but it alters the.whole course of your life, llehind aH the changes and chances of life is -the ind master the intricacies of the in nt to> se.vtn- game ivithil and (iit slight differeccft in the scores sho'-fs that both rinks were errnly matched. The star.dins oi the Curleis in the E. JETTE The CnnaillKn's sjtaro tfencc- man, who Is showing great iir.nrovcment every game. He played good liockey ngainst Jlomrcal on Satunlay, the 2-ltli. KILBANE EXTENDS HIMSELF Philadelphia, I'a., Feb. knocked down In tlio first round, F.d- din Moy of Allcnlown made a strong whowlng'ln his six-round hoiit here last night nsainst Johnny Kilbnne, Iho featherweight champion, ftloy forced Hie fighting in the succeeding rounds, and tho champion wae obliged to ex- tend himself In the final round to pre- ind the out. Tlie game.- placed to date have re- sulted as follows PUnUMINAUIES Mathews, 11 MacDonald, 3. ilaird, 13, Bruce, 7. Grey, 5 Young, 12. liriggs, 7 MacLean. 16. I'allie, 7 Mcllea, 13. Fowler, 7 MrGladdcry, 11. Sr.MI-FlNALS Maltiews, 11 Ilaird, 6. (lly) Fraser. 16 Kttuthcrs, I. Young. IS Maclean, C. Mcllea. 10 McGlaildcry, 6.. PIN'Al.S Fraser, S Jhilhcws. 3. Young, !t; Mcliea, 5. Voung, 10 Fraser, S. COXSOI.ATIOXS Ilaitil, C Callie, 14. .MacDonald, 3 Strulhcrs, 15. Gicy, 12 McGladdory; 7. Hruce. -10 Macl.can, 9. CONSOLATION SKMI-FIN'AI.S Struth'ers, 5 Callie, -I. Fowler, )2 llriggs. 7. COSHOLATION FINALS ST11.I, TO HK I'LAYKD Slrnthcrs-Fowlrr. llrnce, 11 Grey, 7. llnicr, winner oi Sfrulhois'Fowler North West Liquor' competition is as follows Hink {Fowler r-. plcliea Young Grey Slruthers Ikuce Maikws Baird iMcfiladdery tt'or, Lost 5 1 4 1 4 i 2 Ixmdon, Feb. too 4- profrets ot the. re-played cup, tie between WolverhamplM' and Shefflsld Wfdneiday, on ttie ground today, a wall collapsed, burying many spectators. The game -was stopped with the .hsif-tlir.e score slanding 1 to 0 in favor of, Wednesday. I i McDonald iMact.ean Froser Callie 3 1 :i 3 1 .'f 2 3 2 3 1 2 1 :i 1 5 0 0 1 An intensely interesting finish to this loiirn.iinerit is looked for as sev- eral of tlie rinks are now practically on an even footing, (he rinks having lost only one game and another three rinks only games.' Tlie final games will be playcil at the close, of Ihe big honsnici. NATIONAL LEAGUE ORDER New York, Feb. York National league club today sent lot- tcrs lo all Us players Informing them the first will leave N'ew WALL igue. The naRd ol God, either designing, per- Thursday niittinz or over-ruling all Ihe events of GOD'S INDIVIDUAL PLAN way is tlifierent. It was not the eloquence of Paul, but the Lord touched Lei it- ic today, so always. Strange, that Lydia w'as the only person touched, so far as we know. This illustrated the great livr operating ic the- world today, Hie- law ol the working, of the Holy Spirit. Ood deals with souls one ny one and not in croads." "I frequently called on to preach to crowds in missions ind RODEU WAS KNOCKED OUT New york, Feb. Flynli of Boston knocked out Georea Kodel tho Tloer, in. tho fifth rounj Jiere to- night Flynn (reljhcd 160, and the Boer was a pound lighter. KILBANE AND WHITE MATCHED Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. Kilbanc ot Cleveland and .Tack Witlc of dicago wcrn patched tonight to ten roumls here1 on February IS. j WELL-KNOWN JOCKEY AND TRAINER N'ew York, Feb. S. -M'm. Lakeland, well-known as a Jockey, owner trainer of racefiones, died In Brook- lyn hospital from a complication of diseases. Mr. lakeland -r.-aa born 51 York on February in, nnd will atari! years ajo In .Manchester, England. Ho training ol Marlin Springs on Ftbru. i trained Uomlno for tlic late .lames II. 4. else-where, and I am more, and more if dissatisfied with results'. It U quite easy to woo a crowd, to stir the emotions of a great crowd, but (he results according to my ex- perience are very, unsatisfactory. When God moves a soul it is rot- in a crowd but when alone wilh .flod. How otten you notice this in large families, where one member is differ- ent, out and out on the side of God, full o! gond works, If we are to net in touch with God, we mnsl get alone with God." ''It is interesting to know what jkind of preaching appeals to women, what to men. The common idea is that women are moved by sentimen- tal preaching and that men require something more solid. The very op- posite Is true. Women as u rule are conrtrted hy an appeal to the Intel- sponso to the subpoena which had jeen served upon him. Dr. Da iMartigny'B testimony was of a sensational character. Ho de- scribed the present conditic-n of Mr. Mousscau as being between .uncon- sciousness and coina, and declared Uiat he .was neither capable of appears ing before being ex- amined" at home. He also Indicated tliat Mr. Mousseau had begun a hua- ger strike and a "sleep strike." Asked ftow long It would be before Mr. MouBceau might oc expected to be In a condition to appear before tlie committee, Dr. De Martlgny said that U might for months and It might be forever. He was a Droud, sensitive man. and was suffering from uervoud prostration. Dr. De then cited a case of a patient similarly affected, who had finally to be confined In an In- Eaue asylum. In reply to a query, the niUitts Eald that hla patient irsj prorfgijsl? 111. dangerously 111, anil ho win not sure whether he Tvould lire, or die. He had seen him twice a day for five ind the- tint Mrs, wae practically in a elmllar of prostration to tbat of her liuc bind obliged him lo seek information concerning Mr. from tner.ds. The patient persistently refuted to lake any nourishment, did not Bleep and understood Absolutely nothing. Ho did not wd hVs only.rapTe- tnent was to Dlace hla hand on'his heart. Dr. told of the cfforti made, lo arouse Interest la thd paUent and they had ihown him. all klnds''0t thing! 'irlth tbln object, but 1a vatn. Mr. Tiverjne: you ihoif him any To Mr. Bai'illlon, K.O., Nicbolj and McKtb, the vlt- nfiBE said that if the patient persisted In refusing, dnirtihment he Tvould nry 23. It will consist of all the club's young the catefllng slaff and Christy Mathcwson. T2io second squad, consisting of ai-j the. pbyers. uiil report March I, 'whil M.U j-'iwers wiili McGrnw on til Keenr. when the colt won SZSS.OOO in purees. NOBLESSE ODLIOr: When Tommy Daly, the well Known I'lo world's lour will r.ol repori un- trainer, was In Xew York re March f ccntly with the St. Mike's, he register- ed m the Hotel Bristol as "T. F. Ualy, ELLISON AND EKLUNO St. .Michael's Hockey ciub, Tecumseh Lacrosse club. Ontario Hockey club, f'ardston, Alia., Fclj. J.- .1. K. Klli- and Toronto Baseboll club." After son lias accepted tlio challenge o! Ihe clerk looked over the titles, he Clarence Kklund to n finish wrcsllhig nsnignrd Tommy lo tho boal room in match for the niiddclweighl niouahip of runarfa. The details of the match been decided house; ami ordered tho staff lo i pay attention to him. I Thomas'. was Uie hcailltner. lect and men by an appeal to- the emotion." "Paul ihust liavc preached Je.Mis, because- he must have preached on the church and its sacramental, or Lvdia would not have for baptism, and he couldn't nave spoken on the sacraments without crecching lesa.s. Lydia drank It in anrt said I ivant forgiveness ol my sin, I want lower 'in my life, I want the living Christ. Her he.irt was moved-by a limple statement bl fact, possibly tlii> slory of St. Paul's own conversion." CANADA'S OIIBATEST NEKD "In (he north of Kngland one (Sun- ilaj alfernoon I attended 'a men's meeting, when three thousand' men had gathered to heat otic of the first srrakers in 1 could see his discourse j.n the cflcct of environment on character wasn't touching the men, wasn't what thfy hur.ger- ing for. Hut, when a simple hj mo was given out, a i.oiv light appeared in their faces, anil they sang with a ter- vnr which tetiiiVod the barren oratory of the The hymn was ''Tell me Hie old, old story.1 Thai was Ihe men uanlcd. 1 am quite suVely die. On Sunday, ifhlcU iris his best day, he took nothing but four glasses of water. Tiie witness.' went on to describe- how he tad spoken soothingly to the patient, tell tat him1 that things going better. The only response- a shudder and argo tears trickled down the patient's 'ace, iiut he could not speak. Hon. Mr, Tachereau: "Whal would result if he '.ere ex- Or. Do "He wo-.tldn't ho able to understand difficult questions." For nursing mother! iVa-Dru-Co Laxatives offer tlie important advant- age tha t they do not.disturb tie rest of the system or affect the child. 2jc. a box at your Druggist's. ;