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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY RIBALD Tuesday, February 11,JL913 mmri AT RONSPTFT. T ETHRRIDGE CLUB STARTS TOMORROW 77^ ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS ME SHAPING UP PERFECTLY ftfi THE CURLERS Third Annual Gathering Here of Knights of the ; "Besom and Stane" From Many Parts-First Rock Tomorrow Morning at 9.30 3gE HARD AND IN TJ# BEST OF SHAPE The MagrathHrophy.'whlch was cor-alled by the rinks of Lethbrldge at the Cranbrook bonspiel lasc'week, and which, according to mutual agreement was to be comiUted for on Lethbridge ice, was fought for last night by the Macleod and Aird rinks. It was the semi-final eiigag^nuJiit for- -iim trophy which has aroused more than ordinary .enthusiasm among the curlers, and Everything is now'in readiness for roarin' -game; the royal game, the ! the match was watched with thfc keen-game. ot_infinite science will get off, est of interest. Notwithstanding the THE IVIAGRATH TROPHY MACLEOD RINK DEFEATED AIRD LAST NIGHT-SHEPHERD RlNKjIlN FINAL-' The "Human Fish" Startles the Natives-Rare Demonstration at the Y.M.C.A. ;ihe'. opening of the big curling bon-yfiipiel, which begins in the curling rink .'/tomorrow morning at 9:30. A Her-?4alck'representative took a look over the rink this morning and found four 'sheets of ice in the best of shape and ^aS'keen as a razor. Aid. Aird was in a; jovial mood and agreed that conditions could not be better. Up to sMihtf, present Cranbrook will send two prinks; .Feniie three rinks, Macleod two rinks, Taber three rinks. It is ialsijexpeptod that stane artists will ^blgfc:->:in&k0if> conditions are ideal today and "immaterial of what tomorrow may .*rfng to "Jight the ice will be perfect R^f6r;-:the ^opening of hostilities. The With a/flying..start tomorrow morning. ' ' ...�The. first..event on the program is the Grand Challenge, followed by the Brewery competition, then the Pag-nuelo* and Victors' trophies will be competed for. Saturday noon should see the bonspiel draw, to a close, providing there are no unlookoa fori drawbacks. Hors de Combat ",. Mr. N. T.- Macleod, who had his wr|st , sprained at Cranbrook last week, will not'be able to curl again tliis year, in all probability. His absence on me firing line during the local bonspiel .will- be missed, not a little, -. - He is one of the seasoned curlers-of the city, and is.of premier ability as- skip! His disabled member accounted for ilis absence at the bead of thc-.rlnk 'which bears his name, and won -la&t-night in the Magrath competition." ^-TnflLeihbridge Curling Club is at-i1*- ^gp^sa. ,T*ita -the Alberta branch oi Kw-ag.^.^pyal"' Caledonian Curling ;club of ^m^tS^' Tbe^toonspleis of the - AT-mgj^fabr^hpft* held in Edmonton^ 'B^^tijmy^JFtwi is not well for the if|^P^^^^hoj'ar>:*ot'�snaMy:we11 l,i?prp�eiited at any of these 'spiels in j^jflftprthjas: was indicated this year, the provincial ,*spiel was held: ^S^ajOftton, and not a local rink was: Sfl�^5l!d- ' A5- .these existing' cir-�j&H$Btaiices are not favorable to the of, curling in the south, the purlers; of.th'fs neck-o^ihe-wbods are going/to-form,4 district association, g^^Ontrfll ,th�Irf own de^tintea, They ^S^#tefa^:rheehVdoingf:thls in the ltenast;i?6ut-not; officially. Apropos-.a district association, one *||i|^MtureB pi the Lethbridge Boh-^pfe^l3iwill: bc a:movement to -^l^the.tteams of the Crow line in.a ws||^ihe^elv�8 ands be known as mparate;body from the Alberta ^Therefore, when the curlers rfronf places from Medicine Hat to �Cranbrook ana fathered here for the .local bonspiel >�� this week a meeting wjU.be.held for the purpose of effect-iqg an organization. When the organization is perfected recognition by tt^> Royal Caledonian Club of Scotland will be sought, and "the cities and towns of-the new organization which rhave.-been , members of the Alberta branoh;;wlll break a'way from the parent body automatically. ; ..vTCith'the south organized to control its own affairs, an impotus will be1: given eurling that will build the royal gamc to Its proper proportion in these parts. ' � * � Feraie has signaled its intention of bidding for the first bonspiel of the new association, ana if they push strong enough for the honor tb)=y will likely get it. James Aird is the representative of Lethbrldge >to the Alberta branch, to which a fee of $25 per annum was 'paid, vv;,::.. absence of N. T. Macleod, who has skipped his rink to victory so often, the celebrated James Aird and his following went down to r^:fcat. with Dune. Duff at the helm in Madeod's place. It was a keenly contested match. Shepherd's rink will go up against the winners of last night, *and an extremely hot time is predicted when they meet, for in these rinks will be seen the cream of'local curling. The rinks last night: A. B. Stafford Don Duff K. D. Johnson H. J. tfajfe shooting qualities of a'gun. \> Winchester] Repeating Shotguns last year 'won' both the professional ' aiuf amateur Season's'Averages, This shows they are reliable .in action; and- close, hard 'shooters. TheaoqUaUUra m�ketheip excellent � for; bird shooting, especially for the quick, fast flyers. Winchester guns are well built and finished and will give good service, for yean. They ate sold by all dealers. Send postal for complete illustrated catalog. nWKSTBI KFUTim UMS '*; lis (torn, tin MACLEOD RINK HERE tc&l Sport Loses a Hard Worker A. Reid-Wm. Scott-K. Scott R. Scott D..D. McNabb A. McCorvie A. Simpson . E. McNeil L. W.Clark M. Freeman Stan Kirkham E. Dooley ���..� S. J. Shepherd R. R. Davidson A. Scott �,.! C. G. K. Nourse John Bruce Jas. Aird . Ki D. Johnson C-Alrd A. B. Stafford W. R. Gow Dr. W; H. Marrs W;.R. Seattle A. E.'Ives R. S. Smith C. R. Yoimg R. P. Wallace Li. W. Bonnell Geo. Wanless D. A. Simpson AlUtn Jack C. Gibson J, F. Hamilton Geo. W. Robinson J. W..Nelson John Marnoch W. L. Mackenzie H. Boyd R. R. Macleod Br. O. J. Courtice M. McArthur Dune Duff-A. V. Gibbons '^feTiMwi^^aii 'euthusiasfic meet-1 lakgi for,the coming seabon ' t*& .Cimmbdore's chair for the ekctod coirni'odon afxtr exEressing tlie .lejcret ot tliL as>*-ociation in the, IcaMng of Ali Mi I.ipnly froru the  *'it>, pre->entod him with an-quatic / ensiKii pjn a^ an jppiociation of his J-1 ^ciarvVbt and rnihusiastic work in con-, nection ^ith the as. lation. Mr. Mc-e a-Me to hold .. -t - � ,ts nd ha bor CANADIAN WHO BEAT BATTLING NELSON Mickey' Mclntyre Back at Saskatoon -To Meet Nelson Again Saskatoon, Feb. 10.-Mickey Mclntyre, the well-known Glace Bay; N.S., boxer;; is'back in Saskatoon. : It will be remembered that after defeating Battling Nelson in Winnipeg In June, Mclntyra visited his home, where, he injured; both;'hands in a bout with Johnny Connelly, of Boston. After that hO'Wretlred indefinitely. His first bout after his retirement 'was tfitb Kid Goodman, of Boston,' whom defeated: :-'He will likely meet Battling-Nelson ;here in March. Mclntyr* d' ^ro^^d:;to'':>make�'''�Hill^Q!^.^'np.%.':busineaE in Sask-saSoon. TABER DEFEATED BYIHE Two Macleod rinks which will compete in the local bonspiel are registered at the Alexander. The personnel Is as follows: Dr. Bruce, S. T. McKenxle, R. S, Matthew. Roy Grier, R. J. Young, R. W. Kenwick, T. Murray, J. W. Mac-donald. AMERICAN LEAGUE m U TEAMS THAT WILL COME TOGETHER-INTERNATIONAL STARTS APRIL 16th, I D ur PRELifyliNARY'TO THE a!G GO ON FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE 1 MAJESTIC THEATRE New York, Feb. 10.-The American League formally adopted without change at its meeting today, the schedule of games for 1913 already agreed upon. The National League will meet tomorrow and probably take similar action. The National Commission also will meet tomorrow, probably before the league meeting. The American League was one of the three organizations, the other two being the International and Eas-term association, until recently! /known as the Connecticut League. Beyond the ratification of the schedule, little was. done by the American League. President Ban Johnson was authorized to investigate" the' case .of Fred Perrin, a veteran '�� umpire, who is reported ill and about .to',lose'his sight, .and:'to give him' whatever financial aid -Mr. Johnson deems necessary.. ' ; Another resofution � was adopted, making it compulsory for visiting teams,to use the dressing rooms at the various parks, instead of going to the ball grounds jn their uniforms. , OPENING APRIL 10 The American League baseball season will open April 10 with the world's champion Boston team crossing bats at home with Philadelphia. | Chicago, Feb: 10-If "Big Jeff" Washington begins the season in the I Overall can hurl;'a baseball over the national capital with Frank Chance's . plate as he.'did'f^ur-years ago the New. York team. Cleveland at home; Cubs' pitching; stafj may still be the to it that her boy attends these swimming lectures. Before going into the pool every boy-will be thoroughly washed, and will also require' to pass an examination for skin affection. As .an illustration, of the amount of, instruction given'by Mr. Corsan, it is of interest to note that each week finds him-handling from five hundred to twenty-six hundred boys; from, the public schools in the various cities which he visits. His whole time.is devoted, to instruct the boy how to swim, and it is very forunate indeed that Lethbrldge is>iin a position tp avail itself of his services. , By way of a stimulusi it may be said that every boy (newly instructed) 'who can swim the entire length of the^ pool will receive a round silver Y. 'SA. C. A. button to wear on his coat Within the past nine months, says Mr. Corsan, seven thousand people in the United i.___ . - States have lost 'tneir lives through;WWP?nts> f,ndc&t- Louis will meet drowning. Only 15 per. cent, of the ' Detro,t on the ^mer's grounds. The JackvDoharty,- promoter of the Foley -Ensign'pugilistic Engagement at the Majestic Theatre :on Friday night, is 'more 'than, anxious that this bout should ,be''a;,.BUco&fls. He wants to kefcp On promoting*, bouts, and in order to" do it, he recognizes the fact that herniust gain the. confidence of the public. .There is np doubt about the programme being an entertaining one. Propioter Doherty announced to the Herald yesterday, that he had secured twd; principals for a' good preliminary bout ot six rounds jio- ensure the patrons a.return for the price of admission, but the pronioter Of the bout is not'satisfied.with that., He is now out to.get on �. third prelim. Who he is aftjir'is not for publication yet, but it will not be amissl ito say that they wfjl be a couple of filever boys., Mr. Donerty . announces that this will be a business-like affair, and will be:1 under his personal supervision. Ths bouts will be'conductied properly arid on. time* and without the uBual "dogging" around.,that has characterized the average, bout here. "The bouts; will start on'.tlnw, if there are only three people1: in th� house," Eaid Doherty to the Herald. i'?"V. . .. J �.' - LETHBRIDC3E MARKETS Elevator Prices A further upward. movement Is in evidence on the local grain market today and prices are expected to reveal increased strength shortly. Dairy produce appears to be more plantiful, although Jhere is no decline in quota-' Hons. Meats continue to remain firm, No. l. Northern '. i.............. 67 No. 2. Northern.............. 61 No. No. No. No. 3. Northern ,, 4...... 5............. 1 Alberta Red 60 54 50 66 63 59 54 50 21.09 23.09 26.011 No. 2. Alberta Red ........ No. 8. Alberta Red........ No; 4. Alberta Red,.:.':..i.. No. 5.'Alberta 'Red" .'..'. iJran, per ton .... Shorts, per ton ...... .v� changes may in part account for the.' apathy here today. There is a.faj}�' bash demand for wheat but'11 ttj|^|j^i offered. Both yflax and � oats quieter, flax" b^ing a 'little 'strorigei%' : oats, practica.lly^ unchanged,^ Receipts ''.wer^'*a;b^t''ayeragei 'belnjs'' 593 cars inspected, and 450 in sight.' Flax shipments aire still heavy. Cables closed: Liverpool unchanged to 'Y* up; Paris Yi. lower; Berlin % lower; Budapest.l lower and Antwerp % lower.. ... ''����'" Wheat; ;May ...............;.! Open Close 88%* 88% 89% 89%' the opening day will have Chicago for American people know how to swim, and but one per cent, of this' number know how to tow through the water a struggling drowning, person.. It is to be hoped that every boy in the city will make, it his business to take advantage of Mr. Corsan's instruction In the Y.M.C.A. this week. It is an excellent chance of learning how to swim. To say that Professor Corson is accomplished is putting it mildlv. Ho is a startling revelation of what a human being can do;in water; even Calgary, Feb. ll^-Jamming � in two j to the most experienced .swimmers, counters in the last minute and a half i His variety of demonstrations last of play, the Shermans last night won;night introduced numerous turns schedule calls for 154 games THE INTERNATIONAL President Barrow, of the International League, said the adoption of the. schedule for the coming season, was the only business transacted at today's meeting. , The-full schedule will be made next Monday. It calls for 194 games.. The season will open April 16 with Koch- equal  of any in .ttie National league It;was learned .yesterday that Manager Evers ;ha's written the big Cali-^_______ fopiian. anfl'exjpeots him to .join the'^0Northern west side team otice more after his No 2. Northern 36Vi 37% 36% 37% July Oats May July Flax: May ... .'....v...,.'119% 120% July................. m�,' cash prices Wheat retirement years /from '' baseball for two NO, No. 4. 3. Northern 83% 81% 78% 73% pitch the. samej brand ,of - baseball he did;Vhen;-th^ Overall fetlfed^from the game alter scaoun win open -Ain.il xo wiui ivunii- i  ., .... 9^; � .j.4.-.. -ester playing at Boston,'Toronto will the;, season of lpltf to h� at ten- EVers admitted')je-has been, trying!No' g.....------68% to land "Big Jeff'^tscause he believes jNo Q 62% theV gigantic hurler^ can come back and RS be at Newark, Buffalo at Jersey City* and Montreal at Providence. one of the most exciting and best games ot hockey ever played: in Calgary by the score of 8 to 6. It was an uphill game all the way, with the Taber Cooks in' the' lead. or at least tied right up to the finish. Bqt by exhibiting a spurt of speed at the last the locals grabbed the game from the. fire and tucked it away on the win side of the ledger. Every inoh of the way was hard fought and the three thousand fans who elbowed their way into the 17th avenue refrigerator were treated with a.series of thrillB which culminated in the last ten minutes when the locals came up from behind, tied the score into the shape of a figure six, and then in the last minute and a half nosed; out a two goal victory. . Taber Led at Half Time At half rime'the score was four to two in favor of the, Cookies. The ShermanB came back onthe Ice deter which are not among (,the common tricks of aquatic life, qfid the demonstrator did them with : such extreme grace and ease that the onlookers felt indeed that the name "human, fish'' was well applied to Mr. Carson. FANDRIE CHALLENGES morris working for returin Oklahoma Giant Figuring on' Matclj With Willard Carl Morris, the original white hope is said to be working quietly-getting into shape for another ..campaign against the would-be champions. He [jstill believes he ha* it in him to beat all the white glat1 's -who aspire to the championship ^ ad he' i� said to hp.ve plenty of money behind > him. Battling Nelson is. one man who be- Sporting Editor, The Lethbrldge Herald: Slr.In behalf of Edward Fandrle, the 158-pound boxer of Conrad, Mont, I wish to -challenge the winner of the '^oley-Ensign contest, to be staged *t betbbridge on the 14th of the month;, ir we will take on any other middleweight in the game, who might be looking for a match, at any place it might be arranged foT, We would b:e more than pleased to get a return match with Jack, Rogers, of Lethbrldge, whom Fandrle met at Sweet Grass, on the 5th of this month; as I don't feel satisfied 'with the decision rendered there against him. Yours truly, ' BILLY HOOSER, . Conrad, Mont., Feb. 10.  Mgr. ,t". .s ~vs '".11 IfifiTTHE  HABIT ^^VJBRyJOAy UAR�E}NUAtBER8-ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE jE:'L|virRATE? *THB cTCp; �Til H9' it;" big white figMefs', including Luther McCarfy. r Morris and Jess Willard should get ? lieves In Morris, and he says that with mined to win and they'did it. .'oUr-' 'P�>P�c oaching and gaining Cart wjll^ to _ ing the fl:st hall tb^y depended too yet m*Ve trouble for the best ojUhe much on . indivi.-lual'' rushes and this habit-of'hogging the puck-was responsible for the 3core. being; in favor. of the visitors. In the second half' together and fight it out, the winner thev played a different style game. I to be given a chance at WcCarty for 1 the bolt he holds. If Willard'should defeat the big locomotive 'engineer, Carl 'will then be. obliged to returp to hi* old post at the throttle, and f?rT ev�r forego the initt-sllnglhg.sport. George Davis, who p!ay.ed short for Ccmlskey's White Sox, has signed to coach the Amherst baseball nine this tion-toa gol3;minc inCalifornia. Reports are .-that-^he/(gol_d mino has been slaw in developirigCand that'the'form-er^ star pitcher is, .willing to.. conas back and.edrn itnore of the big money in'baseball; in the big t league. He also developed.^ spit ball.vanil big league. players who saw him in the California exhibitions, declared he had all the speed'of 'the past.' Giricinnati-isays ^bat Joe .Tinker will &ar-as an\ actor, at any,; rate. . Feed Winter Wheat: . No. 1.............�*''........ No. 2......................... No. 3................... No. 4.............---- Oats;  No."2. C. W. ................... No. 3. C. W......;............. Extra No. 1 Feed* ;........... No.,l. Feed................... No.,2. Feed.................'.. Barley: No. 3.......-............... No. 4............-----.......... Rejected.................... Feed ......................... Fla*: No. 1. N.W.C. ....'........."... .  AMERICAN MARKETS Wheat: Minneapolis May ..... '..... .'..---- 88% July ................. 90% September............. 89% Chicago: May .................. 94% July...............92 September........... 90% 53 85 82% 79% 74% 32% ,30.. . 30% 30& 27% .47% 45% '40% 39% 115% 88% 90% 89% 93% 91% 90% It was evident that they had begun to realize theVnecesslty :df combination worii. They played the - short passing game to perfection withoutgetting up in the flerco/'body checking. The pace began to.' tell, and at the finish they had the Cooks gasping for breath and when the locals ' came home with a spurt at the finish .the speed was loo much for the /Cooks and. the result was. the 8 to- 6 victory", CURES COUGHS **� �j� �jt *� ">J� �J� *J* >BrevIeres, lightweight oham* t� pion of France, in the third. round of a 20-round contest at Aberdare last night; the Frenchman retiring �: with a broken thumb. ? ? * > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? _^ In, the "race for His Majesty's guineas,", i.i "White Horse Whiskey-has proven a wli?ner. Supplied by aoyal Warrant to the King. 'f JOHN E. TURTON, Canadian Representativ 3-Front Street,-East, Toronto . 'r,. �?-*fe 59 06 070283 ;