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: 8

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 Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TB*t LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Moiib.ockey ;in Montreal.�; two. .N. I-I. A. ."teams played? before royalty in a , istrenuous, game at the arena Saturday; night. The match, witnessed by His Royal l-lighncss." the Duke of Connaught, Gov.-Gener:U of Canada, -Avast.-between the Wanderers and Te-cumsehs. The royal party occupied a box directly back of the timbers. CHANGE OF FORM �'Another form of somersault wes taken wjicn the Wanderers blew up , and, were'defeated in a furious games hyS tlie, Tecumsehs,' with a score of 2 t; 1'.; :Thc local team' never had a chance to beat the Indians, who assumed the lead in thfe frrst period, ' a^d -iithough the Wanderers tied tlie s-iore before the expiration of the llr*st\20,rnmutes, the visitors were to the front again m the next session and: maintained their lead to the end. The Indians never showed to better advantage, while the majority of the Wanderers'" players seemed to be off color and were outplayed all along the line. Much to the (surprise of the six thousand who turned- out to witness the match, six man hockey was played. This was brought, about by Ottawa, agreeing; to allow the Tecum-sehs rond Wanderers to play with six men.a side, pending the outcome of the meeting to he held Tuesday. The return to the* more popular style of the game was a pronounced improvement over the two previous matches played here. The line-up: Wanderers - Boyes, goal ; Ross, point''; s. Cleghorn, cover ; 'Roberts, wing ; Hyland, center; O. Cleghorn, wing. Tccumsebs-N.icholson, goal ; H. Mc-N'anvara, point; G. MciVamara, cover; Throop, wing ; ..Gaul, center ; Vair, win?. "JIM"- THORPE The Indian, the champion atl-roUnd athlete of the world, who was recently ousted fro mthe ranks of the Amateur Athletic association, is shown in the above picture .^'signing up" with with the New York Giants. This picture was taken in New York. "I am glad to go with the Giants, but I would rather have; remained an athlete," he said, adding sadly, "but that is all over now." Sunday Bell and Stanley Dillon To Race on Ice at Lake" On Friday the sport-loving public of Lethbridge will be treated to something new in the nature of nerve thrillers, for pn that - afternoon the first ice race in the history of the city will be pulled'off "on Henderson Park lake.' For weeks'past-the owners of Sunday Bell and Stanley Dillon have been hurling-defis at one an 1 other to come on and race'. 0n Saturday the stuff that-.talks was;flashed for the first time, and the race w|JI decide the winner of a $200' side bet. The race will be thebesttbree in five, over a half-mile ^straightaway, ice cc'urse. Considerable betting is being done on the race.' FAST QUEBEC TEAM CLINCH THE STANLEY CUP AGAIN OTTAWA OUTCLASSED AND DID A LOT OF POOR SHOOTING-DEATH v KNELL TO THE SEVEN-MEN HOCKEY SOUNDED Ottawa, Feb; 9.-Ottawa said farewell today to seven-man hockey when Quebec defeated theni yesterday .4 to 1 and thus .got both arms around the Stanley Cup. It was the poorest exhibition of hockev seen here tins season, and the six-man game will:--henceforth be played. The teams ployed ssven men and it ;vms fast, hut at no time was the exhibition good. Quebec was quieted down in the first period, during which � Ottawa threw many chances away by 'BQQr jshooting, but .Joe Hall's bull fe'C :- *^SS 'eanie hack with a rush in the $S?stan*� t foui}/.to one at full time A few min-{Y.'-ty uj^'.;,aft?E '.the commencement of the ^V^-t^d^^Quebec cinched the game when^ �S'l^'jQp,, B-a.ll and Tommy Smith netted ^W,W;'$tli gtfal: Thereafter they cn-1show up Ottawa and made .a-.'burlesque' of the game. The teams roughed" it up and the crowds began to yell "get Hall." The latter on one occasion skated down the east side of the rink, stopped -with the puck in his possession, put his hand to the side of his face and to his would-be annoyers said : . "Wliv don't you come down here on the ice and get Hall yourself ?" Line-up : Quebec-Moran, goal ; Hall, point ; Mummery, cover; Crawford, rover; Malone, center ; Marks, wing ; Smith, win-;. Ottawa-heseur, goal; Shore, point; Merrill, cover ; L.ike, rover ; Ronan, center: Broadbent, wing ; Darragh, wing. WALKER TROPHY TAKEN j BY CANADIXm RINK One of the Feature Events at',Winnipeg Bonspiel of/international � Interest v"..". Winnipeg, Feb. ' 9.-Canada' this year took possession of the Walker Trophy, which was' won; by the Americans last 'year," winning by"3^points in a four rink gameViasfc night. ;GUles-pie, Moose Jaw, was selected ^s one of the.Canadian rinks^ but declined to play owing to the /number of'games his rink had gone 'through, without defeat, the rink of Roetidn,' �hlstle, taking his place. The total score was Canada 55, American 36. A famous old Aston Villa player was recently heard to say that more good football players have been ruined by friends than all the other causes put together. THE HABIT fe�I^EVERY.pAY>,LARGENUMBERS'ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE TiE'fTriE LOW-RATE8 FOR BOWLING. JOIN THE CROWD- "JEverybody's Doin' it." [QNliBOWLING ALLEYS vmkvw'I&i-i , Baspment Dominion Block. FANCY SKATING International Union Will Develop the Art-Meeting1 at Boston Boston, Feb. 8.-Delegates to the International Skating Union of America" at the annual meeting-here today authorized the president to appoint a committee representing the.; union to consider improvement of fancy skating. Allen Blanchard, of Chicago, was elected . president. Others officers chosen were: / ��: '*' Vice-president. Cornelius ^Fellows, Jr., New York; Janres-'Ai Taylor, Montreal and James W. Wood, Boston. TORONTO UNIVERSITY WIN "� fj KA M pfO N S H1P Toronto, Feb. 9.--The University of Toronto are Intercollegiate champions of the season of 1912-18.- By their victory over Queen's ;.University by 8 to 3, at the arena onr-Saturday afternoon, the blue and white squad earned tho above honors, Good Preliminary Friday Night A night, of classy boxing is bjlled to take place at the Majestic theatre next Friday when Jud. Foley and AJ. Ensign will box for ten rounds. Besides the main bout, which is sure to be a hummer, Promoter Doherty has secured the services of two good preliminary glove artists, Tom Chlsholm and Bob McPherson. Usually the prelininary bouts staged ; at boxing exhibitions here have been of the dub variety and hardly worth looking at, but this promises to be interesting and lively. Both Chisholm and McPherson are hardy boxers and know something of the game and are evenly matched. They will go for six rounds. There Isn't much doubt of the main bout. It will be a hot go from start to finish. Foley is training as he never trained before, Promoter Doherty informs the Herald. Foley got the decision over Ensign...when they met before and Foley knows that he will be up against a better man on this occasion and his efforts will be taxed to win. Ensign has a great ambition in life nnd that is to get back at the man who lowered his colors some twelve months ago. 'There is more interest being taken in this bout than any exhibition of the kind that has taken place here in years. CARDSTON SEPTETTE PROVED EASY RICKING FOR INDIAN HOCKEYISTS AT STANDOFF Stand-Off, Alta., Feb. 10.-Cards-ton's first hockey team visited the Reserve on Saturday afternoon &hd received another trimming at the hands of the local Indian team, the Redskins putting all former scores at Stand-Off in the shade. With the team came, a half dozen rooters, but their voices -were lost in the din of enthusiasm from the local supporters. The Indian hoys showed that, they were much superior to their visitors in every feature of their play. During most of the game only four of . the Reds played at all. The defence stood and shivered, and it is reported today that Tom Three Persons, of Stampede fame, who played point, is under the care of the Indian dbcte'" as a result of a cold contracted while waiting for the puck to come down where he could move himself to touch-it. Joe Devine was referee and gave' general satisfaction. Following  is the line-up Cardston--Rowe, Dr. Lynn, Scott,. Sugdon, Burton, Dr. Amos, Davis, Stand-Off-Tom Russel, Tom Three Persons," Peter Bear, Bob Shore! Francis Eagle Child, Heury Skipper, Tom Eagle Child. "; �" Referee-Joe Devine. .> ? : ? ? ? > ? * > > * * * OUTSIDE RINKS FOR LETHBRIDGE BONSPIEL The knights of the besom and stane are watching the thermometer with a keen eye Just now, for Wednesday is the opening day of the big bonspiel here. Oranbrook has signified its intention of sending two rinks; Fernie has vouched for three: Madeod two, and Taber three or four. Other towns have yet to be heard from, which will undoubtedly be rep-resented. ^ *?* i^is Rejected '.�...;'..'.'.".40$, Feed :......;. .............., :3!'i T^la'x- '-m ' .', '.; " . No: l n. w. cy:^;..:;.:...;,........-.l.jioi-., "7'9.�, ..... "*74i 32 ...... .30: v ;i8i*' ' �oj ...� 27.'. " BIRKENWIXD MARKET ' . . Liverpool, Feb,--'];0.-John Rpgejjs &; bo., report that- th^Te is no alteration in trade at, Birenhead'-46da^, /iSa'tur-daly's prices. stilfcyuUng^ vfri.pfy to 15 ,cents per pqirnd- lor Irish st,eer,8. -: pc- nViCANADlANi BOSfD PRICES London, Feb,, 10.--"Following are cur-Eent quotatlons-fQi^lead-in-g^Oanadian-. government and municipal stocks: Dominion Qanad^. Loan,. 1938, 3 r cent'/sr/to 8�.i-5-fO> >-Province of Quebec, sterling .bonds, 1934, 4 .per cent.,|lj[&-|o?100f , British1 Conrmhii,.' registered stocks, 1941, 3 per cent, 81 to 83. : Domltff6h of-Canada; 1909-19!34, 3% per; cent., 95 to 9^. Dominion, of Canada," ^registered, 1930, 94 to'96.'' Provinfce of Saskatchewan, registered. 1951/ iJb' to 98./ , Montreal City, permanent, 1933, per cent,, 78 to'79. _ ' ' Montreill Permanent, 1932, 4 per cent.,. 95 to 97. City of Toronto;' 1921-1928, 4 per cent., 94 to 9G. Toronto-Local Improvement bonds, 1912-, 94 to 96. - ,'��: .,'iTi 28 66 ;