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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I1 AGE SIX THE LETHUHIUGE DAILY HEKAL-D SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1911 STATUS OF JOHNNY EVERS IS A BASEBALL MYSTERY Nobody Seems to Know Just How Things Stand in Mailer of Deposed Manager of Chicago Cubs His Case Causes Much Concern bait status of Kvors, suc- cessor to Frauk (.'hsai'e as mauacer of ll'.e Chicago National league Is e-na of tbe mysteries of organized j baser-all tonlshL 'Bvers believes ba is a fiee agent; Charles W. Murj-by of tha Cubs declare; that he is the and the National league Is on record (LS acting in the capacity of innrdian to U'e diminutive second baseuzau. complies led devel- oped as the result of Murpliy's iicllcn in signing llerirr O'Day. as manager of ihe Cuts befrre ho leg- ally released Ever; from tbo same because ol iLe fact thai if trade were effected. Murphy, against he 1s extremely Miter, would procure two valuable thus by the something that Evers is determined he shall not do. The JVipton club expressed its vffll iDZLesi to assume the of two contracts, whlcb call for a lotal faytnent of SiO.OSO a year, four years jet to run. As plsvcr be received SCOOO from the CLk-aso club, and SK-C'O additional as To furcher con-.plicaie Jos- iARROW Kotch COLLAR DEFEATED- RAYMOND TEAM TWICE AND CINCHED THE TITLE At a special of the board azil former teatn-niate of Evers, is speeding to this city at the ordsr President Gilmore o! of directors, and the National league as a wbo'e, tbit tody decided that Kvers tad not reined, ss conle'Jd- eJ by Murphy, acii that bis five- year coriirari as rr-ansser ar.il player was valid anil binding. Tte leacue further aereeo to take over all riElits and 'tsfonsibililies under Uie con- tract, thus helnipsr Murphy out of an The Boston club entered into a contract with Murphy to trade In- fielder- Sweeney ard Pitcber Perdue for -Brers, bat the latter asserted lie would not be a party to the contract Ho insisted ttal unless arricemeiits acceptable to blm asra made, he would sign -with Ibe Federal league, had made a literal pro Evers slated thit iie had no sriev apce against .the Boston club or the Xalipnil league; a3 a Vuole. His re- fusal t'o be. a party lo Ihe deal with the- Boston was eph Tinker of Chicago Federals, ACROSS BE PREDICTS FLIGHT ATLANTIC WILL SUCCESSFUL Slicing. Feb. deleatffiS Rayuocit Second in toth games last uiplil Stirling lias champ-on- ship solid (or this year. Tto gaan last night vras the best yet'swo oni the ilcor this year aoU ifcc crowds kwp house In a roar. TLe junior game tvas and II. Xilliou ol Stirling pbyril gilt edged iall, making siv rieki nine foul jaskets. The gaiue resulted -4 to IS, the ganie 43 to IS. York. X.Y., Feb. Glean 11: Cuniss, the American aviator, pre- TABER DIVIDED HONORS dicted on re-turn from Europe to- leaeae ;o try lo induce Evers to sisn with the federals. Uaseball lawyers contend that Ev- ers is uot a free agent, and cannot sign any further contracts, where- upon the Federal magnates state lriat they Eta til 'wflUn? to pay bis r.ioaey for Filature to a contract, and supply much -more .casTi if need- ed -to ibe case.thror.gh all the courts of tbe Country. SKATING AT THE LAKE Th.s ice at Henderson !akt ha: been cleaned and flooded and' it !s Tn exceHent condition for skat- ing. With this Ideal weather con- tinuing, the skaters of the city are given an opportunity of enjoying tht test skating of tht-season. day that the proposed flight across the Atlantic this su'-Utu.'r vould be successful if the wca'.her icnditions are risht. Mr5. Curliss 'amo back to supervise the coEstnic- .he flying boat in wliicb tie attj'iot ill be made. ''In my be said, "tills new (lying machine, vrhicb larser than enything we have, attempted, "will ;ake the 1600-mile flight from 3t. Johns, Xwfld., to tbe Irish coast at the rate of seventy miles an hour without a stop. The new machine will carry at least two. men...! shall not make myself. do not consider that I know enough about navigation to do the trick. It fbould be a nary flier Viio tafees_cbarse of tbe trans- Atlantic fliibts. We virtually have decided on the men, but I'should pre- fer to have.Mr. 'VVanamaker announce the names. "I expect that tbe machine will be ready in June." LOST TWO BASKETBALL GAMES AT RAYMOND AND WON TWO Raymond, Fe'j. basict- ull tosscrs playsil scitiuled lames ht-re vie contest ivilb Kaymor.d Second ward was >layed ofi in the afternoon and with ihe First ward at night. The senior -.e in the afternoon was an easy win t'oir' liayraond but tie interrae- liatc game wa? fast atd evenly niati-heJ. It also ivent to Raymond with a score oi 14 to 13. Tbe line lip in tfce senior game was lUyinond Stevens Ericson Taber Morrow Edwards Valgardson Royal Reserve Whisky may properly share the title "No. 1." It is essentially' a Canadian Product; its "No. 1" qualities are due to the fact that it. is aged for eight years in oak barrels before bottling. Royal Reserve has the maturity of a field, of ripe wheat and the purity of the prairie air. DEMAND THE BRAND RCML RESERVE The "No. 1" Canadian Whisky ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA Walker 8 eat ley Harris Grant SKSIOR3 Harris Oripah Hesgie-" Price Erichson nussell Bugler Bencett Bentler Johnson tte 6Ves Pi night Ih'e Tabir boys I'some ot tfce laurels lost in fine alternoon ar.d, also at night before Br whipping Haymond ;First ward in both games. __Snackmaa ot Stirling refereed. J.OQdoo, t'e-b. are the results of today's scheduled league football times pJayed ou. the grounds of tho lirfit Flr.t Dlvillon Blaekburu Kovers 3; MaucUe5ler I Clly BoUon Wanderers 'j; Liverpool 1. Uredfi'rit t'ilr 2; Tctteiibam Hot spur J. Chelsea Newcastle United 1. Kvevlon 5; Sheffield United P. Manchester United 0; Uumley 1. Oldhem Athletic 1; Preston North End 0.. Sbeffi'eld Wednesday 2; AHon VII u s. Sucderlaud 1; Derby County 0. Brorawlch Alblca 3; Mlddle.-bor ougb 1. Second Division Birmingham 0: Barnsley 0. Blackpool 1; Fiilham 1. Bristol City 3; Hull Clly 0. Clapton Orient 1; Leicester I'ots 0. Qlossop 0; Nolls County 1. Grlmsby Town 1; li'.iry 0. Leeds' Clly 6; Wolverhamptoii derers 0- Xolts Forrest 2; Lincoln Clly 1. Stockport Counly 2; Braiifuni i. Arienal 0; Kuddersfleld i. Soulhern League Crystal Palace 6; Bristol 3. neadlnK 1; Mtrlbyr Towrj 0. Southampton 2; Weslham United 3. Plymouth Argyle 2; Queen's Fari Coventry City 1; Saindon Town 1. Watford 3; Cardiff Clly 2. Norwich City 3; Exeter Clly 1. Qillingham 2; Mlllirall AlhleUo 2. NorthamplGu C; "ortsraouth 0. United 0; Brighton and Hova Albion 1. Scottish League Aberdeen vs Motherwcll postponed. Airdrieontans 0; Rangers 3. Ayr United I; .Dundee-3. Celtic 3; Morton 0. St. llirren 3; Clyde 2. Parlick- Thistle 2; Dumbarton 1. Third Lanark 1. Hamilton Academical 2: Qaeen'a Park 3. Heart ot -Midlothian 3; Hibernians 1. Raith Rovers 1; Kllmarnock 1. CURitTNG SCOTTISH CUP GAMES Glasgow, Feb. theTepla Scottish. Cup tie games played toda> MothernreU'. defeated by th score ol fire goats to two, and Forfa Athletic -won from East Etiriings tiro goals-to.nil. LOCAL COMPETITION There we re thre d e 3 of eight in the local competition at the" curling rink.decided by an advantage of one jxiint last auil it ihe close playing tbat; furnishes tho thrills to Uie roarln' game.-The Wan- less rink 13 keeping up its reputation. Last night thev faded Hruce'a merry mori'ln a hotly contested game fcy 7 to P. Tho scores: INTERNATIONAL MATCHES ill H. Scoil.....15 Freeman -..10 Stewart.....i Johnson ..II Tieid.......1 V. Scott Cjark......] Jruce 0 Franklin ..10 Skeilh......1 clson......0 Wales......1 Shepherd -.10 McN'abb..... Toe Ice will he reserved for scratch games today. Here is the draw for the games on Monday: 7 Tioyd vs. N. T. Macleod. Bruce vs. Wales. Franklin vs. Shepherd. Wm. Scott vs. Blacey. 9 p.m. Hugh Scott vs. Simpson vs, StewarL Robinson vs. Held. H .R. .Macleod vs. Davidson. Off lo Tabir TITO local rinks left here Hits af- lernoon for Taher, they will complete. The personnel Is" as fol- lows: L Clarke II. J. Goode .Tas. Glenlsler D. JlcNabh. K.V. Hooley J. F. franklin K. p. Stewart J. England met Ireland at Twieken- iam lodayin the second internation- al match of the. season, winning by the score ot 17 poinla to 12. England the onfy team which has not suf- fered defeat, arid their chances for winning the International honors this year are .increasing, England plays Scotland for Ihe Calcutta Cup at Ed- inburgh on "March 21. Association International In the' International asaocialion football match ilayed in England to- day, tie visitors, Ireland, won by the Hcoro of 3 goals to nil. Rugby Bristol 11 points, Old Merchant Taylors Oxford University 27, Rosslyn Park 10. Leicester 13, Sewport 8. Drinking Men The Xeal TreaLirienL .lias brought thousands or men womo.n aiJdicted to Tiiroe IB alt that Is llfiuor hahlt. in most cafes although some stay as ioiig us day 6. The Neal Treatmeot transforms the craving for liquor Into a positive loathing, and removes all atcoJiolio poison from the system, It is a safe, sure vegetable remedy tafcen Internally, treating tho disease In a practical way, Tho Ncal Treat- ment CAP Inker, by tho most deli- cate person any fear of In- Jury In any way. Call, write or j.jions fjr booklet and full particulars, Neal Institute 'At ihe Citadel this evening and to morrow (Sunday) Hrigailict and Mrs Hunter will conduct the final serv icea ol the special campaign whicV has been in progress for the las weeks. Sur.day morning at U a.m. a HoV ness meeting will hf. bHd to all Christian friends arc invitcil Hrigadicr Htintrr will deliver an ad dress on holy living. Sunday allrrnoon at 3 p.m. praise and testimony meeting will li wld and in the evening at TM ai jreat salvation meeting. On Monday evening a great Indaian Tamasha will be conducted hy lirig- ilicra Uahadur and Hatn.i Dai (Indian names for lirigailicr and Mrs. Hunt- er) assisted by aho'Jt 30 people dress- tj in Hindoo costumes. Sis religions ol India will he explained and od. Village lite in a Hindoo village with all Its intricate customs enact- ed. Tho village bather, women grind- ing, at mill, drawing water, washing clothes, fhe.hcggar. Highly ittnuiing as well as intenaely interesting. Un- as well as instructive. S'l.e To our many C'lisUsiuers I-'rioiuls: Please (nko iidlice on and after I'Vbniai'.v (ho nmlei-- siguod Wholesale LMUIOI- Dealers' of (his city, have decided to do a SU-idly CASH business. Plume onli'rs be sent COLLECT on only and ntonlhly ac- counts will be discontinued. The Hudson's Bay Co. The C. C. Wine ,7. H. Renter. Lothbriclge Co. Pagmiclo Co. null Lcllibmlge Wholesalers Ltd. The World- Farnous Reputation Of It nilly tnalnUlnod by tha mcKlor Canadian Service In operation t-ftwetn Soulhxmpton (via to Halifax and Portland Mid Liverpool (via to Halifax, Portland and Bottom The splendid in effect to Cinatfaf the mjflnlpcBnt appoint mcrtti of tha ahiptj tha attention of.all art cf Cunard Company And itrona features In miking your com. out trom Ih. OLD COUNTRY The Ciinard Way talllrgi. MRrnlflcent tivln carrying thlri1 closs on'7' Cuntrd Co. New York, Qmcnilown, Fiihguird, Liverpool. 1 Becton, FEihguard, York, Mediterranean, Adrullo. Including tho fajltil In tSo "Mmiritanln" Now building 3.3. "AURANIA" Tom for Cantdlin Full Inrorir.ntlon u to fallln? r.itea. roHarva.lior.1 descrip- tive literature to bo had from Any railway or llearftflhlp 01 The Steamslitp Co. Ltd 304 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG S. B. MITCHELL, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Any Suit or Overcoat For J820 tntfi Phone 4525 Calgjry. Tamasha vill conclude with a r.an- tala entitM "The Missionary's Xisloa." Everybody should attend this unique' gathering. TlcVels, 2i cents, in aiJol the Siege expenses. ShfloKm -Till Pemlll Fllrad for