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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta '�V i�i THE I]ETHBRIDGE DAILY ffEHALD tfrlday, February 14, Visitors* Trophy Goes to Mac-; leod-Grand Challenge Remains Here ITie Pagnuelo Trophy Goes to Macleod--Aird Woa Brewery I ' !T1jo bonspiel came to a close this Wtetnoon a* hall past three, alter some hard work on account ot the sltt&hy state ot the rink. Only two tiakswew. used today, the other two being full lot water and unfit for play. Boyd, ot LethbrMge, captuMd the Grand Challenge trophy, after an excellent tussle with Cajneront Of Cranhiook. In the Brewery trophy our alder-- manic frisad, James 'Aird, ca-tne ^through with flying colors and beat Bruce by a margin of two points. tYoungi pi Macleod, forged to the front after a pretty battle with Cameron, ..ot Cranbrook, winning the Pagnuelo trophy, by the skin of his iteeth, only one point separating the pai*. The Vlsitore' trophy competi- ; ftion. nnal will he deojded later at Macleod between Young and Maibhews ' of'.that place, who take rftst and. second plexe respeottyely. In order to make play possible-today it was ns-v , cessary to cut o5*sbme,tMrty-rix Soefr oil; each rink, and it 'was with" diffl.-: ; cutty that the finals were ployed. The majority of the visitors .left for their .RWitalaBB.---ttiR::,'-.aH9raoOT;.'Th*. following :areVtbo various prixe winners* . OR AND CHALLENGE First Prize-Boyd, slrfp. Second PrlJ&^Oamerdnj -�klp_� ' 1 � Tjiird Prize-I|oss; skip.-- *l ; ^ ffourth Prize^Reld, skip. - ''-* JEJREWBRY.- TROPH'V . .,- vMrst Prize-James Aird, tefcip, baat JgteiCoe, skip, 12 to 10. /.jpecond Prfne-^-Bruce, skip, ttyzi Priiie^-Boya, skip. Fourth Prto*-Rosa, skip. Ptfw^-Young, Macleod, toea* ^jfOB^tteton, Ctanbtook, 7 to 6. ^Sa^n^iPriaerrCarMron, 'skip..: . ;y, ff|urd,'Prize-Shepiiord, skip. s^fe^nsfeYErizeyrMattwws,. skip. 1 i . -I ( /the Retort Ihvhtfous '' / tClevetead Plato Dealer? V^yotHfafc* i dffloke too much?" feeJUfketT/Just "to keep*up a coaversa--jii%�4biit?aeenMd' to be, languishing. I' ^J^otiat all" she answered, not very iiilfully concealing a yawn.  'H^omeaid you thought so." VVyPardon-me.- I don't think you are *ino)ctog vtoo much." f' I'-Dfctu't-you say that-I'd .die if J pfdia'.tfcut.'it down." "yes-that's what I said." ; ;It,took him a long time to get-it,' fentitithen he was Quite angry. WELLS WILL CAMP ON LUTHER'S TRAIL BRITISH HEAVYWEIGHT WASTING TIME1-BOTH NEW YORK NOT IN Nrtw. York,; neb, 13.-Bombardier Wei If/, the English, heavyweight, will mix with \L-uther McOavty in San Fran ci�(o, in the ��ar future,' if anything comes of the plans-the Briton ia formings today. Wells declares he came, to this -country especially. to -\tight Mo-Oartif, .and he will not-*leave until he has exchanged wallops with the cow, hoy. Wells is now gum-shoeing after Billy MoCarney, manager of -McCarty, who is here, and hopes to get a conference 'with MoCarney in a few days. TABER WON FROM EDMONTON ESKS. EXHIBITION GAME-CHEFS WERE THE SPECTATORS' FAVORITES-GAMES NEXT WEEK Edmonton,: Feb. 13.-Taher' Cooks defeated, Edmonton Eskimos here tonight in an exhibition game, on soft ice, by, a score of 6 to 4. Nell, Sutherland and. Mulrhead were off the Eskimos team, and A. B. Cook off the Ta-ber team. Taber players were given a fine reception as the Eskimos are not - popular With many Edmonton fans.- The teams'will play in Calgary next wsek, to .decide who will meet, the Shermans tor the provincial hookey championship. WINNIPEGS TAKE OVER ALLAN CUP 'DEFEATED'THE CUPHOLDERS IN UPHIUL ' FIGHT - FAST HOOKEY Winnipeg, Feb. lS.TrOvercoming a lead of three goals gained early in the first. period, the Wlnnipegs finally Jorged to the front and defeated'the Victoria*, 7 to 6 here, tonight, after the 'best5 exhibition of hockey served out here1 this year, : ThlB game decides the championship of the league, and gives the Winni-pegs; the title, and the Allan Cup, held by-Viotorlas. ' ^'ROURKE GETS $250, 'Boxkifl.Promoter Who, It Was Alleg-M, Faked Bouts-Paper In  Wrong ' London> Feb. 14.-Thomas O'Rourke the N*w York promoter of boxing coctests, was today aiwarded ?250 damages la the King's Bench division Otithe High Court, in a suit for libel brought against; the proprietors of "Boxing," a sporting newspaper pub-lished in Ixiadon.- The newspaper ipub Ushed articles alleging that O'Rourke had'arranged the results of various boxing competitions beforehand. KINGOBORGBNAVY PLUG GHBWING TOBACCO 18 IN A.OI.AB8 BY IT8tl.Pt It lurpajtci ly sweetrand noft^jmtating^ v-^r- SSOLS lVJERYWHKRE;.10o A PliOO ~ ^PB^PCO Cp.; Mwufaoturers, QUEBEC ^all others in quality and flavour because the Irich made differs from others.-It is deli- RP -.Wit)� FRED BEELL WAS THROWN AT LAST THEO. PETERS REIGNS IN LIGHT-HEAVYWEIGHT WRESTLING DIVISION Theodore Peter, of St. Paul, won the light-iheavywelght championship of America, from Fred Beell, ot Marsh-field, Wis., at St. Paul, on Monday night. Beell won the first fall in 42 minutes, with a'combination arm-lock and reverse body hold. After thirty minutes of wrestling Peter won the second fall. Beell was thrown heavily and his shoulder badly injured. After fifteen minutes' delay hlg physician stated that he would be unable to continue, and Peter was announced the winner. BOXER DIES AS RESULT OK A FOUL BLOW Hazleton, Pa., Feb. 13.-"Johnny" Durkin, of Avoca, Pa., 21 years old, a boxer, who was forced to stop after the first round of his fight with "Young" Latheko here. Monday night as a result of what Burkln claimed was a foul blow, died from .peritonitis at the Hazleton hospital today. TO ENCOURAGE SWIMMING London, Feb. 13.--Plainly the late Edmund Wilson, of Torquay, the famous watering place, desired the human race to become amphibious. It is announced 'that he bequeathed the bulk of his fortune of ?70,000 to �the,corporation of York, to be applied to instruction in swimming, diving, floating, and "to the promotion and encouragement of the natatory art" BRESNAHAN SHIELDS PITCHERS Roger's Scheme to Keep Coachers From Rattling Youngsters Roger Bresnahan, the Cubs' new acquisition, always endeavors to shield his young pitchers from whatever cases .f rsttlps may fee induced by the conversation of coachers at first and third, bases; "Whenever I catch a coacher trying to upset my pitcher," Roger said, "I shout encouragement to my man as loudly as I can. .-Audi.usually succeed in drowning'out the coacher." No one doubts this latter statement, for Roger certainly oan make a noise when he wants to. In ithis :respect he is the antithesis of John. KliBgV'John usually talks, but his remarks are pianissimo and*-addressed ^to the batter ot umpire. Bresnahan's voice can be heard all over the lot.., Although Tinker and Chance are gone, ifche Cubs will hardly be known as a quiet bunch of athletes as long as they, have Ev-ers, Bresnahan and Zimmerman. 'M i[ AL. ENSIGN WHO MEETS jud FOEEY'HERE TONIGHT LAST NIGHT � � ----- To Include Towns and Cities of Southern Alberta-Independent of Alberta Branch Pernio put in a successful bid for the first annual bonspiel, to be held rc^tt year, of the Crows Nest branch of the Royal Caledonian Curling club oi Scotland, which branch was organs ized here last night by tho curling, clubs from the various points in this vicinity . attending the Lcthbridgs bonspiel. The places to be included in the Crows Nest branch arc all the towns lying between Medicine Hat and Cranbrook, inclusive, and all: places to the south oi Calgary. The towns within this compass which' have been affiliated with the Alberta branch and tho British Columbia branch will sever their connections and join the .Crows Nest branch, a more logical body for them to belong to from a point of size as well as convenience. The Crow branch will apply tor a charter from the R'. C. C. C. headquarters. ; ; .  The dates for- the first annual bonspiel at Fernie, 1914, have been fixed lor January 19, 20 and Ul. . These dates will insure a good break oa. Ing. .'Foley Is a stockier built lad than Ensign, .the1 latter/being taller. The! bout promises to be the classiest affair yet: seen here of the Queensbury, art. Two good preliminaries are announced to proceed the1 main go. thur Gow; Chaplain, Rev. Mi. Walton ; Executive, W. Cameron, Cranbrook ; Jas.. Aird, Lethbridge ; D. Alexander, Fernie; P. C. H. Primrose, Macleod, and D. W. Wright, Taber a Secretary, A. J. Gehm, Leth-bridgc. . A- bonspiel secretary will be appointed later, probably a Fernie curl-eu, who will have charge of all arrangements for the big event. The new- branch of the R. CO. C. will.be a large and influential circle in this part of the Domiiiioa. It, is the ihtention of the secretary to communicate with all the towns in the attendance^ and thenythe meeting was. new CircU}t whose representatives unanimous'.in its approval oi the new branch. . ~ ' FEEJS It was then decided to fix the fees of the new association.;, at H a nnk, and twenty-five Tpent3 a member> from all ^members in the different clubs.. OFFICERS , The election of ^officers then took place and resulted ids follows: Patrons, W. A. Buchanan, C. A. Magrath, W. R. Ross, Fernie ; President, N; T. McLedd-; 1st Vice-Pres., Mr. Hercbmer ; 2nd Vice-Presi., Ar- were not present at the meeting last, nfght, notifying them of the formation of the new branch and asking them to enter. Many of these places are without covered rinks, but there is now an incentive for them to get busy. Among the record breakers for 1912 in the world of sport was that able and speedy Washington outfielder, Clyde Milan. It will be some time, in all probability, before a major league bajl player ."will (beat the mark of 88 stolen bases in one season. PREPARING FOR FOOTBALL SEASON IN PASS ring chamfiqns ' ' > to Start tour Two Managers 'Plan Road Show For ; Five-Titled Men of the Roped Arena Killcnest, Alta., Feb; 13.~-The first meeting of footballers in Hillcrest took place on Thursday last, a large number of enthusiasts being present. As the 1912 president was unavoidably absent, Mr. S. Quigley was asked to preside. A- temporary secretary was also appointed. -Mr.-Brehler, the secretary for 1912, signifying his final decision not to Hold'Office this year. The meeting being-formally called to order, the temporary chairman was asked to take the: presidential chair for the coming season.... He was elected unanimojsly, and Mr. Quigley delivered a touching speechlet, during which all were carried .back to the days' of their childhood. The following were elected to take charge of the affairs of the club for .this , �*. f............ i 67 No. 2. Northern ............ -.... 64 No.. 3. Northern..........60 No. 4......................----- B4 No. 5.........................BO No.l Alberta Red 66 No. 2. Alberta Red ............ 03 No. 3. Alberta Rod .v............ 58 No. 4. Alberta Red .....f,..... 54 No. 5. Alberta Red .'.-..........>:.: S8.08 RoUed'Oata ..,....>....�.�...s- ..,.; 0.W Butter and Cflosr : "~~T.TV Dairy butter .. .. >*� �-3* Creamery batter ..,., '8* fresh .'.-....v. ..... �.45 FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRJCE8 Winnipeg, Man., Feb. -14;--The grain market open and close was as follows :- Wheat- Open Close May......... ......... ......' 87* 87 g Julv ......... ........, ......... 88t 88J- Oa(s- May............�............... 354- 36 July ......... .,........ 36j�- 361 Flax-May........................... 1.18A 1.16'J July........................... 1.18 1.18 Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Nor................... , Mb No. 2 Nor............. 8l" No. 3 Nor. . 77g- No. '%......... ...........v...... ' 73 No. 5 ........, ...............:'... 68 No. 6 ........w.................. 62 Feed.................. ......... 52 i, Winter Wheat-No. 1............................ � No. 2........................... 82 No. 3..............,............ 78| Oats- '  - No. 2 C. W..........'..iv.w :. ' 32J, No. 3 C. W..................-. 1 30 Ex. No. 1 Food ....../ 31V No. 1 Feed.................. 30 Jj No. 2 Feotl.................. 27^( Barley- - , No. 3 �.� No. 4 ...........................  45 J., Reiecttid' ..r.A.\,:-''�l-.//�.'.'.�.u:',*- ('I'--'' Feed .................. 39 Flax-No. 1 N; W.- C.............  1.14 Minneapolis Wheat-r- May.................v ..... 87# 87$ July ............................ 891 89ff Sept. ......... ......... ....... 89j(i '- Chicago v May........................... 92A- 92j) July ........................... 905- O'lV Sept. ................. 89$ 90 ^oM Jameson Whiskey A bottle of this famous brand kept in a home insures a quick acting restorative for sudden illness, chill or weakness GET THE HABIT EVERY DAY LARGE NUMBERS ARE TAKING'ADVANTAGE JOF THE- LOW RATES FOR BOWLING. JOIN THE CROWD- 'S � i'-U .t w ^l&i;,yr*Everybocly's Doin' it." . ..,>*x&�M'-\ ;