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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIBRID6E DAILY HERALD Wednesday, February 12,1913 OF THE BGNSPE HAVE BEEN TOUCHED OFF Chinook Failed to Get in Its Deadly Work Before Opening of Hostilities but May Become Dangerous to Excellence of the Ice-Four Outside Towns Represented Wght up there- Keep 'er going! good nature shown in forecasting ~...... � UiJUSt?------11 ...... y-..-1-. at the annual curling bonspiel in' the fourth avenue curling rink began thfii morning about ten o'clock. Denize the.iact that the dread Chinook Is^'lio^ering overhead, the ice is in dandy condition, and as smooth and true as one could wish. It is not tJJWJght that the curlers will suffer any handicap on account ot the ice B.oftjeijing r unless the temperature should speed up unexpectedly high, ftp to the present Cranbrook, Fernie, Macleod and Taber are on the scene their rinks. Wilson and Cameron .Will skip,for Cranbrook; Herchmer for.,!B'ernie; Young and R. O. Mathews :fpr jMacleod, and Ross for Taber, and With thirteen local rinks ready for .,hftttle there should be doings. ; liidthough this forenoon, the stane i and, besom performers had not got pro perly warmed up to their work, it : evident -that there will be lots of : .'.^yiotechnics before the day is over. J ;ti^eior�,(the men went on the ice Igpefct'ngaj1 wer� in order all around, �,n*dj tnjere was muen speculation,and Municipal' Candidate Glenister got lip against Matthews, of Macleod, and it was at-once evident that the metal nyin intended to mane ii hard for his gamey opponent. Gow, of Letihbrldge, tuoseied with Caven, of Taber, and the latter kept up an incessant lire for his mates all the way. Came'ron, of Cranbrook fame, '.is having the time of his life, -with McNabb. of Lethbridge, but the Scotchman said little beyond coaching the rock along to VICTORIA THE VANCOUVER TEAM WINNERS HELD IN PERIODS AND IN LOOSE FIRST TWO LAST CUT . . . . A STANDINGS IN WEST COAST HOCKEY Victoria .. ... Vancouver .. Westminster � W. 3 5 1 o 5 7 * ? ? ? ? ? ? * * * * * * * * Victoria, B--U-, Fe"�- U: ~ *"~er Vancouver had played Victoria ipr two close periods tonight, the victoria team loosened up and at the finish of the third and final period the score was 7 to 2 in favor, of Victoria Sheffield W. Aston Villa Sunderland .. Manchester C. Bolton W. ... Manchester U. tierby County First Division P. W. Li. D. 25 14 .6 5 25 12 25 14 25 14 25 13' 25 12 24 13 Oldham.A. .. .. .. 24 10 4 10 "West B. A. ... .. .. 25 11 7 Liverpool ...... .. 26 11 10 Blackburn R. .... 25 9 8 Newcastle U. .. .. 27 10 11 Everton. .. .,' 215 12 11 Sheffield XI. .... .. 26 10 11 MIddlesborough ... 23-8 10 Bradford C. .. ..... 23 7 10 Tottenham H. .". .. 25 7 14. Chelsea .. ...... 25. 5 16 Notts County ... Woolwich A. ... Second Preston N. E. .. BurnVey...... Birmingham .. . Notts Forest .. t ..-.�- . r~ij.-..... Wolverhampton .. Barnsley .. .y .. Grimsby .. 25 4 .. 26' 1 Division . P. W. .. 25 ',.13 .. 25 14 .. 25 11 .. 24 11 21 10 '. 24 � 9 .. 24 10 .. 25 9 1G 18 ' P. 33 32 31 31 31 30 Rft 30 29 27 25 20 26 25 22 20 IS 14 13 9 PUT HARRY DILLON AWAY IN TEN ROUND BOUT AT TAMAQUA IS TO BE SOI RACE INTER 681* IN HARNESS EVENT AT LAKE SETTING UP TO HIGH v POINT Tamaqua, Pa., Feb. 12.-Battling Nelson, former lightweight champion, displayed much of his "old time aggressiveness * when he knocked out Harry.Dillon of New York, in the last round of a .schedule ten-round bout .here last night. -t......._ Nelson was the master of the situ- 1 matched race at tjie lake noxt Fri-atioit from start to finish, knocking day aiternpon when-'Sunday Bslle and Ben Hus cut considerable ico in ancient davs on the!race track driving his"''steeds.'.to: ..victory, but the old speed king's popularity will be put in 'the shade by the luoky driver that is behind the Victor 0! the WETHBRIDQE MARKETS down his opponent four times for Stanloy Dillon, the 11* count of nine, lie was down, the racing circles, come togetherjo jet fifth time when the stopped the bout. club phyBlcian L. D. 2.10 5 6 FOLEY VERY CONFIDENT |j tie a doubles claim on-the premictsniu of the harttoas.realm' for speed. As the owners 0t both these horsss nro very confident -bf their respective chancesj a.^reat race will certainly be seen.  ., , These horses are well known around \yi"i � -v .rf.^.:..- t�m^ , shade the The result puts the .Victoria team ih ; Bradford Bury........ 25 11 11 Leeds City ... 24 25 the lead and it will he hardly pos- ' Bristol City ..'.... 24 ible for Vancouver to overcome it in Hudderstleld victory. Mac. however, showed signs j the racc for tne Coast hockey league of. introducing one or two vocal gym-nastios, which his enemy couidn't solve. H^rcb-nier, of Fernie, fought it out with Staoey, of tLethbridge. The besoms  t^ere'^^pt whirling, and the stanes^birlin^ and by the time the ev-ftntn& is reached th� excitement will be at fever heat. The play this forenoon on the whole did not'reveal a trtte;index of the capabilities of the rinksjcontestingi although as the day progressed:' it vastly improved. The 1results?up tie the time of going to �^V^esgireipei^s-follows-: - ^RfHMKR OF FERNIE MAKES - BRJLUANT DRAW] ~ *� ,'(JJIAND CIJ'ALLENGE ..V- � '^9:30 O'clock Draw) ''fcras, Taber, beat Gow. Lethbridge lS'^o 19.  '^-lerchrccr, Fernie. beat Stacey, Letpridge; 11 ,4q 10. Glehisfer. L,ethbridBet beat Math-ewsf.^leod? 8 to .7 jmade a magaificent draw with his iTQCk hy snatching' the deciding point. �16 was a brilliant play and the curl-ling gallery applauded in true fashipp- championship. HE TEACHES THEM THE PROFESSOR CORSAN HAVING GREAT SUCCESS WITH HIS SWIiyiMING CLASS The crawl Stroke is the principal movement adopted by. Professor H. Gdrsart'' in giving his swimming lessons at the Y.M.G.A. It is.the movement universally^ conceded by, experts 9. 8' 7, 8 Clapton, Orient .... 25 Hull City i. .. .. 24 Fulham .. . .| .. .. 24 Glossop 24 Leicester Fosse ... 25 Blackpool, ... ... ... 26 Stockport v..... 25 8 10 9 11 8 12 8 12 7 13 6 14 5 13 '9 7 7 S 5 7 3 6 S 10 7 1 4 4 4 5 6 7 29 35 the phone yesterday afternoon 34 Jud Foley, who meets Al. Ensign 31 here Friday evening at the Majestic theatre, in a ten-round bout. Foley said he was it the pink of condition and. ready ror his man. Foley has trained hard for the encounter, knowing that he has a task ot more than ordinary weight on his hands for Friday night- He has fought Ensign beforehand knows his ability, and as the Winnifre,d lad has said to have improved considerably in the past year, Foley must needs take notice perhaps-1 Stanley �Dillon a faster bi the two. r The owner of Sunday Belle, how-over, does not seom to think that his horse is any slower than his opponents, for already he/had wagered the odds, of 7. to 5 with his horse, taking the sfcort end. : Mr� Jaok Wales v/ill drive Stanloy Dillon, while. -rMr�' .Wa t-erman will steer Sunday Belle, "Besides the purse of $200 which has. been put up by the ownors,, considerable wagering is being done on the side, one bet of Elevator Prloes 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 plentiful, although there is no decline in quotations. Meats continue to remain firm. No. 1. Northern ................67 No. 2. Northern.............. 04 No. 3. Northern.............. 60 No. 4......................... 04 No. 5........................... 50 in I No. 1 Alberta Red.........fi6 No. 2. Alberta Red............ 63. No. 3. Alberta Red .........:.. 59 No. 4. Alberta Red............ 54 No. 6. Alberta Red ............ 60 Bran, per ton .......,�.*. 11.00 Shorts, per ton..... .v �. � 88-00 Oats, per ton, tacked ^.-..-.^.26.00 Rolled Oats ........27.09. ^'egetflblea: Potatoes, per cwt. ...vrv..*..! Beets, per lb. ........0.0!l Carrots, per lb.....'........0.03 Turnips, per IV..............m 01 i Onions, per tt>.................... ..... oli Poultry: Ceese, 11t# .............  O.H Turkeys .:.ir. w.........................:� O.lsl -2 that he is �MS/P miS 100 against 76 being-laid, against the ri.^r^M.HS.'taft ot StanleyVllo, Southern Lete.5_-e p; W. Queen's P. R. Reading ... ..... Crystal Palace West Ham TJ. 23 13 25 14 25 12 25 12 1 W^^Si^r0mHi skips teing on their -�t,tij5tt . - >x ,,.v,a ;;toes alltlie time-; and losing little if U^rid^iato.io. . , i^eg^the i �,t; t&SSL Jffi � the least exertion. The: crawl stroke GRA^'D CHALLENGE (1 ...Qlclqclc P,raw) � ml ^?M|^ssi�e|^brtd^-:iheat: Gow.-Le^. ,bg|ga. f-Xfi to. 10. � ': JZZ:. .:- . V*> w?PHr(ij^Let^dge; beat. Stacey, I^ibridge,. 14 toUO. ' F??iUe man .-St^yr. Herchmer lier^hmer^ ' ' Gteni8^r ^ toes all'the , , in.follo.wing up-'a play ice still remains in 0>pita;l" .condition, notwithstanding ^}su^d^ii."!|jise ij "the temperature. . * "' ' " " the >Mr�ittb�ws vs. McNabh; roer vs.'Cameton. ; - Seven P.M. , * Grand Challenge-Shepherd Glenis-Herch- vs.. NSARlir1 HALF ' MILLION >WOTOR* BOAT8 *N USE I- mm �^av.^6vTs/Vebx 12:-Returns from �Scensus, recently -taken by motor-hoa% iuteres^,are said to ahow that thSre lare"oYer �QQ,00p motor crait of aillsortB'ani.sijes.iirt use far .work /f9d.ljla^,1ttvth.e. patera at Cartada.and tl^^afted,States.,lie count.Is said tg^i>;:tb?p;'r4�t't^oritiqshcJje ainco Uie , n^ii^oafcvrapief irtto/seners,!, use '^M'j'th^.>�r^ttori of jnartae' engines Be IK FINE SKATING AT LAKE 8kiting at the lake has came to its again: lately. Last night a big crowd was out enjoying a whirl on the excellent sheet .of Ice, which Is the best yet by far. If the present chln-o*k .1� not too prolonged, a cold snap wjll'put It-In better condition than ever.' Swindon ... ...... 25 12 Coventry C. .. .... 24 11 MHl'wall A. .. .. .;� 24 12 Exeter City .... Watford .. .\, . .." Plymouth A. . NoTthamptort .. Bristol Rovers Brighton & Hove M"erthyr Town....' Norwich City .. , Gillingham .. Portsmouth Brentford .'.^':V' "Southampton \.. Stoke L. 3 7 6 7 �8 7 8 25 11 -8 25 11 10 22 9 7 25 10 10 25 10 X0: 24 8 10 T -9 8 13 7 11 7 12 8 13 6 13 6 17 24 25 24 24 23 24 25 P. 33 32 31 3d 29 28 28 28 26 �24 23 23 22 22 20 20 19 18 17 14 Come out the victor on points on'the occasion of their last meeting. vJaek Doherty received word from on. The :race will be'decided by the winpor~a, of-the-bast, of 5 heats, and -Jack Doherty received worn ^ry. Henderson Lake on Ensign yesterday, too, and tl� W n- Tef2'" " !?"t , nifred. boy is full of enthus!asm for the' fray. He has an ancient grudge to wipe out Friday night, and he has been working faithfully to ensure his condition being of the best.' ;Foloy and Ensign are young- and sturdy boxers of considerable experience, and both are game and "willing millers. The biggest crowd that, has yet filled the Majestic to any match of tthe kind is expected on Friday night. Friday 'next: at; 3 p.m. . Tlie beat' time against these horses over1" dirt tracks..are..: Stanley Dillon, mile iff' &7&; .Sunday Belle, 2:11. As { That's a Net a general thing, the men who 0.34 0.39 Butter and Eggei "~ Dairy butter ....  Creamery butter ...... ^.mmm Eggs, fresh..............; 0,4 * Sheep: Uve, per cwt. ...... w w 6-08 Dressed, per cwt, ........��*�'a-^�l#oi�:i(t�UB4 Off p||;' ar^k0en',fQr a hockey mat,ch ,with Ma-^ ;|j^'r grath', * They tip not'lik*e "the ia4a of'a tirln^.ilagrith, however, and are try; ing *|9 raake arrangements with Ma-StSj45- �gy�fthi'toT�eet them at Cardston. , -iWhJila, at Stand Off last Saturday, .Jo^.pevine, nranager of tbe redskinf, ap^rbaQhed BJ. R. Low, own-^r of the Ijs-'fs.^Tlnkljere wHh a. view to getting terms o'n4he rink.'"-The arrangement asked fr^ia that thr hoys shall get their eic-^ peases while in -Cardston, and they wlji f ellhfor the second tf am tror tl >� Hloud Reserve to come. *np�jftnn tearae with Card-b'ons fust t. am IThis was agreeably, and a date will'be fixed in the 4y�?. at t^e meeting held on ;Friday -�litbt, 'to adjust some matters of f in-i^se^by:' ^/'digging down to the am'' ^�mlgqiSjfitfbl on* their own account, '^araston.'Sporting puhllc has not yet wakfnedL dp 'to the fact 'that to have a hockpy team they must give thei� ^iberau'support. /Denied this.the boys are'willing'.to'finance tor themselves. T^hey patdi Ma'jgrath's expenses out of tjteir: own tpockets and also their ex-Pauses; to Stand Off. : Tom Three Persons-who rode at the recent Stampede celebration at Calgary,'is a prominent figure on the Blood Indian hockey (team. In the match on Saturday he played point, and showed exceptional cleverness as a stick handler.   . . �he p]d}�rs on tne i'udston hookey *'4MLnrBhdw�d' their good sporting qual- -Indications point to a revival of tennis in town this coming summer. The Bank of'Montreal will have a first, rate earth court. The Adult Bible: class of the Presbyterian Church wlllir'-in all probability, rim the old Manse court. One other public court will also ho put in shape and there is 'jreport'.'of several private-courts; pils went into -the. waiter while the professor instructed "fxoini the side. There are do^ps of fstdjts easily to be dropped into,.and.sq/muoh to learn that the average .^sw,itamer never thought of or: heard. ?b'f :^hat even the most experienced fellows'saw that they had a lot to learn; Breathing isr,one ^of1 the^gre.atsst essentials in ' swimming// >'There is a way by which' it is niade comparatively easy with ''a r'little :/practice. Professor Corsan in'oludes; tile correct methods in each'" of'his-lessons, but tonight he will -make'a. specialty � of breathing. No -one interested should miss the demonstration tonight. Some forty in all took, advantage of the class lessons last night and enthusiasm for the. lesson and  the teacher was expressed freely. The professor is very young and ;popular. He's one of the boys. , : . Hereditary Trait The visitor was'examining the class "Can any little boy or girl here tell me what a fish net is made of?" he kindly inquired; "A lot of little holes tied together with strings," smiled the never-failing "bright boy."-Bul-falo Commercial. *- ADVANTAGE CROWD- WINNIPEGS PLAY VICTORIAS TOMORROW Tomorrow, the Victorias and Winnipegs clash at the Rrairie metropolis. The Vies, as Allan .Cup holder, are about through, and are about ready to relinquish the title to their �rack rivals.! The Winnipegs will have to lose 'each of the three, matches yet to  be played, at the "Peg, >before their championship aspirations aTe en dangered, and that: is" extremely unlikely. The "Allan Cup" will: change hands oven if. it doeg not go out of Winnipeg.Should- Win-��� *nipegs win toiriorrow,-they will he champions 'proper, and 'open for challenges for the Allan: Cup. with- six baskets i to the good, but their lead was short-livqd. ^Stirling cut-loose and overtook their, adversaries before the half ended and went out into a comfortable lead. -The* last half was all Stirling. T. A. Spackman and Steed'were the star performers -tot; the.''winners, and Walker was the shining light alorfg wltih 'Skouson on the,other side, : ; The Stirling juniors had a-olose run for the honors in their'game with the Raymond juniors. , The score, was 21 to 18. The teams lined up as follows: Seniors. Stirling-Hardy,; Brandley, : T. A. Spackman, E. L. Spackman and Steed,. Raymond--Harris! Sheveris, Walker, t-Skouson and Fairbanks. Jurijiors' 3.tirling-Holme3i - V. Spackman, W. Brandley, G. Davis, H. Brandley and, F. Davis.   . Raymond-King, Erickson, Barris, Godon and Fairbanks. H. B, Mcllyea, of Lethbridge, refer-eed4 He 'was seen today on (.he streets minus the unmistakeable signs of having given rum satisfaction'inv his official capacity, so it. may he taken for granted that he delivered thegoods. San Fi'ancisoo, Feb. 10.-Supposing that .the rules and regulations for the fostering and furthering of boxing contests made it incumbent upon promoters to give special attention to the'matching of pugilists as the public wanted to see get together, which would he th& red-letter bouts of the: 1913 calendar? This was the question put to the' writer a few days ago, and it is not by any means a difficult one to an: It. is good for trade. The middleweight situation is one that needB-to be.'*approached on tiptoe -; and In stockinged feet. Never a clear1;; defiant'yeli?has 'emanated from one;' of tl}'e*e^-;felldw|. in a year; and fropa the Ibok'of-. thinBs the leading 15S-pounders ihave* formed- ai;"mutual: forbea^auce: society/!-�- If'Klfius land Papke go to Paris -to inaugurate, a series of contests on the -. Sam ?MeVey-Sain Langford -prin-ciple- in-Auetralia;- the bottom will fall out! of the' middleweight' division. What the public would like would be to see".'Klaus remain -in this' country and box Eddie McGoorty. This fellow Jack' McCarren, too, has done, w�H enough to be. listed with the men the1 publicvwaniftfio;/.see in action. The, Luther ''McCartyrBombardiei' WellSr,Tesse Willard complication' 'will straighten out.In,a satisfactory :mau-uer be-fore long,' :�/'. " For the rest the public would like to Jew: of Jaok.'Johnson and Sam Lan^fprd, getting together in �ome dls-tan't clirqe-and deoiuing who is really the'hoBB.'black.nian of the universe. , ."' .'�''?0 ' 7't ' 321 30 3H-30V 27 \- 471 45 i-. 40 ,V 39 4 GRAND 10 ROUND BOXING EXHIBITION EMiIGN vs. *- TWO CAPITAL PRELlMINAPiEf.|fF9,RB ,IV|AI| BOUT Commencing $,30 IHaW l THESE SERIES-APE BEING PROMOTED BY JOHN ^OH^RTY,',^L>KNOWN SPORTING MAN.  - PRICE8:-41M ^ S1.00J R.NG9.DEr�?.00; < C [. '',\. f ^.EATS NOW ON SALE AT ELITE CIGAR STORE, ..........'1........................... ----- ---��-------$*w 17 ;