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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1914 THE LETHBH1DGE DAlbV MKKALU PAGE VIVE SCENE FROM "GRAUSTARK" AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT LETHBRIDGE CRICKET CLUB HAS EFFECTED GOOD ORGANIZATION Meeting of Devotees Held at Barracks Plans Point to Big Season Mr. J. C. Wilson, President and Mr. J. Harris, Secrciafy To Play Matches at Fair Grounds TO ENCOURAGE SHOOTING FOR CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUBS Militia Council Oi Dominion Offers j Trophy for Salver Put Up Ottawa, Feb. of iht various civilian rifle cfubs 'through- out the Dominion will in future have a new Incentive for The militia council has decided to of- fer a special Individual prize to be known as the Dominion of prize. This p.'ize, which will coni'st of a silver ornamental salver, ten In- ches In diameter, bearinn the coat of arms of the Dominion and with the j scripiion thai It Is offered by the Dominion of Canada for competition. will be offered for each gazetted jand efficient civilian riflr association for competition durina the season or 1914. To be eligible for the prize it rinks will yo to the VjmcuaviT spitl "next -mouth. The combination is certain j of soiug is A. -M. Eilackturii, Mac- Campbell aud A: II. Smith. These lhr.ee well known may have Urv or iht Klnmood club, j as their .uther wasi, Irat ilio Doctor' IB trying to take a rink of bis own. ,i ..-n. u -v -.iy-'v L-I ...v r, ...i, The Kim wood iifpbl.k'tii i? iioint tu j [icriL fyirly siu.Tesstul, tiu( was JHU-L' fcH, a sote ttf org.iiiL7.ed. 'Ihib year au Mianks lo H'lpt, Wilson h stall lus tpon muilc uith a tnr the of tl.e room ior the SEMbim A in Ihi-rii AlherU league uiil ho ton.ied ;o cric'noi ir, ar.il .MeilicitiF Hill, TaliPI, Marlcoil, Ad.MN Tl'KSIHY an.l I'indiiT Crcfk liavr proinisM i A ot amfa to Mr. willj LcllibrirlKc for fn Mc with a team to for ttic dub" he and rftorls will lie put It tu I.ol.i a fur- lorivaril (u bring tlifin to Krecrill mreijng ______ RINK GRABBED f. vil] tbis sui [forty per cent of the mertiters must j ihrcn tnentloued.local L-rafKa 'lake part. The ranges over The above ituciiJ iilay- tha competition will be shot will be -lug at the Moose Jar, which 200, 500, and 600 yards, seven scoring opens Feufiiaiy -X, will so on shots at each range io ccunt. [to ibe coust afierwards. to meet a fcaiu (o IIP the Alberta THANKS TO illi. WiLPON For several years past, through the 011 Tuesday, iiist. tiitiiltifss ol .Supt. Wilson, crk-kc-i- for U.e purpose oi arranging ji daui-e usrd the K. N. M. I'. the -iub.. drattiug grounds, atnl he rciicuril the ofirr livlau-s 1l.c intrcliase ot this year, lloimer. llit-re arc'pqnii'iiicnt, chnosiug "cluU coiufs. an.d llircc live diawlng io j tlic city arid Sat unlay t'omniis- for .siner Grace atictidpd HJR uu-eliug. j OKKK'KIiS KUKCTKIi was rotcd the cliair. During: ihc Jolloiviiit; uiliccrr. uere. elrcU-d' (lie diieuFsion ns lo what grounJ for j should be used, >ir. Crare slatril tLat -I. C. Wilson, (II.' it wish ot co] 11 n ifssi or.tr s M. that g.imc.s. should he player) :tt j J. S. Stewart, ller.ilerson would acid to tlie recfipts of tlic ears. Thp. members fell in with lits views and U was dei-litiru to senil executive i-oniinittcc ot Use Hull ID n'.ect the Tiiey Mill that a iiilch be prrpnrcil on the laml ii-Juili form centre ot the race ELLISON MILLING TROPHY Lasl Game of Local Played Saturday Local Competition Starts Again Tonight Mi'atrc.lBs-V.-. D. 1, A. M. j Hs aH over, Prtn Ihc The (Srai-e. A. IJcid, C. Con'vhPare, fourth annual bonspirl of tbe l.eth- Lindsay, It.SAV.M.P. Cutling club tame lo a close Captain, Jclni H. Palmer. !on Hatunlav aiternuon with tit Cm- track in front ol the grasul slaii'I- The laving of a concrete- pitch some very light grading v.-ill'be the oniyjoullay necessary. oulstancl- ing'feal'ires of this location is tint 1lic irotinil is already fenced, llut Ills grandstand tovtcl be useil, and sonic the space imdernealh -the sland would be orus tea rooms. for dressing AgcM OUJL'ial Hcoier and I'uljHcilv t'omniiilcs Siui- Mclivuia, II. Vi. Mc-erii.W.1. ii. Ttoii, Mr. 'J'urr.er. scrrp'.arv. Harris, 0- ]jtr: 531, soUcrits correspondence cr clui.'s uiio arc desirous of arrang- ne- ini; lixluics for the coming season, or spw1' an'1 1 iitc: Co- tiupliy. Tlie suiters-were the CJiitt uhtj put the McNalib rink out ot tlie way aEler a closely c tested game, Hreviovsly the the cueaburc oi" tlie Freeman aggrejialioji. This win gave Clark nut (heir second cup in tbe them up i ern Alberta leaiue. o Of entering Die South- Wltu m the Braiul Jack Johnson "Slipped One Over" His Numerous Creditors (By Robert Edaren} Jack Johnson may liavc. Iho ev- Ircnio pleasure of fighting Frank Moran for the heavyweight oE Iho anil hag long Iiai] ;i pro- found confidence in Siis own abilities.' Therefore, only natural when It caviie to gisning articles for his lat- tlc wEth Iliat shouEtl Iircfer lo r.licnd to tiio drawing up.of tlio contract liiir.setf; instead of al- mere lawjers lo lalic s hand in the jirocctlure. Here's what the Paris press says: Johnson Bests Creditors ".Tack Job 1150U has provided Jaugli of (he in pngillslic cir- cles over JieYe by Iho'asluto.' manner Hi which Tie ilrew "his contract to fight; Oft account of Ills Year Ihal Iho certified cheque "for franca denoslle.-l for him this Hfternoon in a safely deposit box nt the Credit Lyonnalsn might be at- lachcfl hy creditors, many of whom al- ready have judgment in England nnd tlie United Slatc.-s, and because; of tiie danger ol new suits here, -l ordered the contract so worded that Moran's backers aBrtciiJ to deposit the Ruin to the credit of with the proviso it'A-onld lie touchalilc on- ly hy Johnson's wife at I'MIJ. on the day of the Target for Suits "-lack Uiouyiit that Iio thereby sc- curej the uior.ey from Ins creditors, aii'J at liit samp Ihnc protected liiin- sclf, as lie hart miother clause Insert- ed EO tiiui tho money would coma lo him in case of his wife's death. "jMler It va3 .'alt over the mana- gers ot Hie bout dtscussyd thu lenns ot contract wlln lawyers, who i made ihc shocking announcement that j had UratTii nu the contract exactly ao that it is an Ideal argot for suits. The stipulation that backers dcpoail the cheque lo luiinson's credit, being the oiier.cst sort of an acknowledgment uy John- of his ounersliij] of the motiey, which is all that fs rjeccsmy for the ling credilorp. "The opposing managers are greally EtirpriacJ, as they acted good faith Jobnsou. it is considered that Johnson have to fighl, causo tho contract Is signecl, hut his creators arc likely to gfil- all of the money Jong before MIC light "lahcs placo." They won 13 out oi 15 sanies. Mac- Icod played one game le.ss during spiel, liaiinfi dropped out oE the El- lison in the first mumi by defaulting. tho rifhult and the loss in the Brewery in 'the ?eini-finals Clark, luo Jeft-ais arc chatketl up against U'cm- so tliat hen are ahout even- ly itivideiJ bctv.ccn ihe C'lark 'arid Jjaclcod rinks. The pcrboiiuel ol the Clart -rink is Stan. Kiikhani, lead, Ii. V. Dooley, secomi, CIcrn Ninuuuns, luircV arid L. Clark, skip. Tiie ilnals in liie Ellison left- the jeuelry winders as fallows: N'cXahh Freeman Aird CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD. SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Ouebes Winnipeg f KKEY LOCAL COMPETITION The honspifrl tht local coinpe tition takes i-ossesston of the Interes at tha curling rluk again. Tomorrow ttill see the conclusion of the event 'u tbts eornrctilion and on'Wcdne? day another competition of the saiu nature will be nut on. The for Tonight ilson A-B Fre em un Simpson vs Wales; WatilesB rs-Sta cey; vs 9 JohiiRou; C vs Stewart; Hamilton vs Shepherd Aird va Hoyd. Tuesday Night'E Draw 7 3Inrrs; Jolmeo vs MnrlcoO; ,AEcXaUb vs Nimmciis. 0 vs Clark L'; lie: vs Macleod. MAGRATH BASKETBALL TEAM HERE ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT RESIDENT WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE IN HOT WATER The life of a Western Canada League president has never been a glorious one during term of oflice. James Fleming1, Medicine lat, getting "Us" hlieady this The Bulletin, under the caption ''How ahout thia ir. Jamts fays: "At a recent meeting o' the atern Canada League, President niing slated lie had uot signed any umpires as-yel. Tho most re- cen t b uUe t In from ihe o Hico of Secretary J. II. Parrel 1, contains :he following announcements: Con- tracts with W'eBteni Canada gae, Umpires JOE. J. Becker, Wal- lace.-Wheeler, -Tlies.-G. Kelson. Perhays Preeident Fleming will explain, how tho contracts haie reached the national association offices if .not signed and forwarded by him. It looks as if the frank com- ment on Messrs. Wheeler and Co., at'-the league meeting, made Mr. Fleming change his mintf. Ntfw what is he goins to do with'these men already signed? James Fleming was president of Canada League tlie firct-'ycar ot the eight-club circuit. IN ISlfl HnlL REV. C. E. MANNING OF TORONTO PREACHED TWO VERY ABLE SERMONS HOCKEY Alberta Games Pennants Seniors, 5; 'Varsity Sen- ators 4. Pennants rntermedlatte 18; 'Var- ty IntermediatcE Charles V'. .Manning, assistant secretary for Hoiae ilis- JSLOIIS tot the Methodist church in Canada, preached iu hall yes- 'tciday, ami Creeled by good con- lie is a clmr speaker aod the missionary message so as to IioIJ Uie deepest attention oE' his judilors. The moraittg iherne riwrlt on the greatness oi Canada, ir, area and 10 jind reverend eeiitlcinan cloqucally painted the coming earth's people i lo set lie. on the millions upun mil- llior.s of fertile acr.cs yet untouched I by the plow. He told ni the lapidiiy oi development of population in the United Kiaics ar-d predicted that th.> in would he even more rapid due; to the tremendous uient in transportation facilities aad other public utilities. Mr. ManninK earr.'estly nrgod the importance ol tlie fhuroh. her obligations U> these millions and keeping tie coun- try up to a high level of civilizaliox i A1 night Mr. Manning dwelt .he irnportwicc oi the cities and the to Hick future govermncnt by the inrusli of foreign peoples. The church must not move, away from the set t le men! s. The Me Ihpd ist chu rch is doing all it can with the tnrans TAF.T'S SMILE IN Indigestion If I didn't get my photograph taken every satd H. Taft, Professor of Internation- al lau- at Valo University, and former President of tbe United States, wlieu bo arrived in Toronto on Jan. 28, for a speech-making tour of Ontario. 11 was his first visit to Toronto, though lie frequently spends Ills summer hoH- days in Murray Hay, Nova Scotia. The picture shows him with Sir John Gibson, Lieutonaut-Governor of Ontario. provided hut thr; problem is an ever- growing or.c and ii for economic rea- sons alone every man should help sup- port missionary enterprise amonfi foreign peoples- The oFFprings for the day went to tho missionary of the church. Senior Crop Standing W. L. T. F. Av. Pennants 4 1 27 20 'Vanity......... 3 2 1 30 27 South 1 5 0 27 37 Pennants 'Varsity South Side Sask. Intermediate Stinding W; L. F. A. 4 1 52 21 3 2 23 I 3 II 3 15 JOHNSON BLOCK THREATENED AT NOON TODAY BIJT LITTLE DAMAGE DONE 22 Alberta Southern Medicine aHt (by default) Redcllff. Medicine Hat Recfcllff...... Taber WIN HONORS IN THE PASS FOR ONE DEFEAT Ulairmoro. I-'cii. lilalrmore hotkey (cam defeated frank Satur- day night aiij this fciur.o dccidul the ciiampionsliip of Ihu I'ass In llieir favor and pave luoin rocapasifm nf Ihc climiJiriausliiu tun. Tim rham- wlons only sitfff.rcil one defeat in Fill their scheiTnlcd league gnnifs. TJIO lll.iirniore team lias had a u-ry auecep.Hfu] Fcaaon of hotkey and n- ccntly went on a triji to L'ranbrcok uhcrc Ihpy won onn and tost a game. Thf> rosier of Iho unm la ys foUowh: jjonl: l.csvis, point, (Jarriritr cover poini: tirade, rover- fiorlilnHl, jcrnhc: Turner, kft wmg; Turcotl, Hoyl, SIMIC, and Trv.in. The form displayed by the Lethbridge basketball seniors Palely