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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LctJibridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February VOL.1 LETHBKIDGE, PHBKUAHV No. 24 Mo and me pal.always smoke BUCKEYE P.S. -Follow the man Shind and smoke BUCKEYES SPORTS SPECIALTIES HOCKEY IN PINCHEll CHEEK Ladies Match Drew a Big: Beat Seniors Pincher Creek, Feb. was an- ticipated, the ladies' hockey match, on Friday night last, drew a large- crowd of spectators to the skating riuk. Nor was anyone disappointed as to the amount of fun they got for their-mon- ey. The opposing teams lined up and LOUIE LONG IN A FAKE FIGHT. 1 AMATEUR ASSOCIATION WANT LONGER SEASON FORMED IN IN NATIONAL LEAGUE Winnipeg, Feb. will prob- ably develop into the Winnipeg Ama- teur Athletic Association, assumed a preliminary stage last night, when a number of es-Montrealers, members of the famous old Montreal Athletic teur Athletic Association, together G..RRY HERMANN MAKES PREDICTIONS Says Kling Wilt Go Back to Chicago, and Short Schedule Will be Adopted N.5W York, Feb. mag- nates th.e National League go: to- gether here today for the preliminary skirmish over the season's schedule. The league, to all appearances, has been pretty nearly evenly divided as to [of games will be adopted at the annual whether the ciubs shall play the usual i spring meeting of the league in New. number of 154 games or stretch out the York, was the prediction of President toe game, star ted as close to.the tised time as, was possible under the circumstances. Novel as was the spec- tacle to Pincher Creek spectators to witness a hockey match in which the struggle for supremacy lay between teams of the gentler sex, was none the less surprising to see the rubber manipulated with such surprising skill by our fair sisters. From the start the game was not on- ly an exciting but a swift one, and to many was a revelation as to what lad- ies could: do in wielding the hockey sticks. Much enthusiasm was mani- fested in the match by the big crowd of onlookers. The result was a defeat for Mrs. Cornet's choice, the rink manage- ment's defeating them by a score of 3 to 2. Vancouver, Feb. Long de liberally- fouled. Rode Standen four times In the third round of their bout at North Vancouver to-night, and when; he did it again in the fourth, referee Hewitt called the fight "no with all betg off, so as to protect bet The. latter was handed his J20Q -guar- antee befpre the gaine, and It Is claim- ed that he attempted a frame up, and when -the Nanaimo man, refused .mode an effort In, the fight to do for him by hitting him repeatedly In .a. vul- nerable spot.blow in the abdomen, Long fought a fake "fight In Leth- bridge last summer with.Cove. SCHAEFER DYING New York, Feb. was re- ceived today that Jacob Scbaefer is dying in Denver, Col., a victim of tu- berculosis. His physicians have de- clared that he has but a day or two to live at the most. He has been all- ing for over a year and it has been known for some time that his chances for recovery were, slight. Schaefer is some months of. 54 years of age. He was shorn In.Milwaukee, but rais- eu Leaven worth, Kansass. He. was to that age what. Willie Hoppe was to the billiard fraternity five years ago. Schaefer took. naturally to the Kiing of the Chicago Nationals, will be reinstated, and that the short schedule I season from early April to mid October with a number of Winnipegers, ap-1 pointed a provisional committee tover a 16S game.schedule. a rather extensive program. It is the Intention of the associa- tion to seek a charter of incorporation Votes for the 154 game schedule, to conform with the American league sea- son as usual, counted upon from Garry Hermann of the Cincinnati club before he left for the east last night. PROFESSIONALIZED. Charlottetown, Feb. has been under Manitoba laws and attain asjPre5' Dre5'uis of Pittsburg, Dovey [decided to professionalize .It.is not unlikely that another match Cincinnati, Feb. Catcher for the same commendable purpose, that of assisting in the instalment of electric lights in the hospital, may be played in the near, future. Macleod Won Pincher .Creek, Feb. senior hockey, team.: from this, place took'the on.Friday.and played a league.-match with, the team of that towu, that evening. Pincher. was de- feated by a score of .7 goals to 2, but the.match, was declared to be the fast- wonder of, the State of Kansas. Un- til his retirement within the past year large a scope as possible. They wish to include all branches of amateur sports and pastimes, erect a club- of Boston, Hermann of Cincinnati, and probably Robinson of St. Louis. Messrs. Ebbetts of Brooklyn, and house of respectable proportions, af- Murphy of, Chicago, with Fogel of Phil- ter the style-of the Montreal A. A., adelphia, have been the chief advocates with bath, bowling gymnas- of..the longer season. Brush o? New ium, athletic field and .track, and form teams to represent the associa- tion in all Barnes.. York, is quoted as expressing willing- ness to favor tie long schedule only if conflict with the American League and the world's championship series can be definitely avoided. When the Board of Directors gather- ali players in the Novia Scotia Hock- ey League, and Fredericktown players in Cape' Breton. It was coming to them later anyway in a few days, but the cat came out of the bag sooner than expected. JEFF TO PREPARE St. Paul, Minn., Feb. J. Jeffries closed his theatrical tour last night at. Virginia, Minn. He leaves im- most expert America, cue manipulators In RURAL BLOOD It is reported in Toronto that the. Tecuuiseh lacrosse club is going to try to strengthen its-line-up by draJt- est and best played at Macleod during- into oits ranks some rural-blood the present season. At drawn from some of the-best of the match, the .visiting team was en-jcountrv clubs in southwestern Ontario This is in keeping with the well ed for their meeting it was learned mediately for San Francisco, where he that a letter had been received so into training for his tight with Horace Fogel, of the Philadelphia that he was suffering from gout: in his hotel and would not be able to "attend meeting to present his side of the Murray case .Garry Hermann and Charles Murphy informally diseased a plan to-day whereby the major leagues would draft their umpires from the j minor leagues in the same manner as players are now drafted. It was sug- gested that umpires would then ob- tain a good schooling, and only accom- pli she cl j-jrfges of play would be select- ed for in the big leagues. No drafting price for the arbitrators was suggested. Whether tliv plan will .be officially presented to the magnates is problematical. There was a search of the Waldorf tertained "spread'.', at a res- j tauraiit by Macleod, and an-enjoyable time, spent by, the entire, bunch, of hpckeyists. This is the feeling that sLouId be .entertained all through, the series matdies. Bankers vs. Bus Drivers Pincher Creek, Feb. friendly hockey was, played at the.rink on Wednesday night between the bank- ers and bus drivers .of-the. town, which resulted in a.victory for the.bankers, the score being 3 to 2. .A supper was tendered the winning team by the los- ers; in the King Edward dining room. known economic law that In all walks of life cities have continually to draw their men from the famine-uses and the village homes. When addressing the conservation commission the. oth- er rday the Hon. Clifford Sifton point led in business life In the professions and in public affairs, are, as a rule, removed only one generation and at the most two, .from ancestors who tilleu the soil with their own.hands. The Tecumsehs are going to test the rule as regardrs lacrosse. Young Englishman, Anxious Nelson. corridors today for "Stanley Robinson, ner of the St. LOUTS club. His name appeared on the register but rio one hj.d apparently seen him. All of which came about because of a long black beard which Mr. Robinson grew since STAND READY o come here for all sporting goods if you wish to bay the standard article al ock bottom prices. We have built up n enviable reputation for UP-TO-DATE GOODS uch as .bosi'.ig gloves, tennis rackets the December meeting. Mr. Robinson i skates, fishing tackle, croquet sers snen' fifteen minutes trying to identify base, basket and foot balls, tennis 'balls, golf balisr etc. Have we named himself magnates failed to recognize him. what you want? it. Then come and get inter ts There is health in their enjoyment, but tiey can be thoroughly enjoyed only by those who are fortified by abundant vigor to withstand the cold a.nd exposure. Flanneis and overcoats are no subsli ENGLISH LIGHTWEIGHT I LOOKS LIKE A PIKER i he Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. A dramatic surprise was spmng on; everybody late last week by the sud- j den descent on our shores of'Packyi McFarland. of Chicago. The Ameri- j can lightweight has, moreover, come i here with the firm Intention of meet-! ing Freddy Welsh, and no sooner had ho unpacked his boxes than he issued a straightforward challenge to our champion for a match at the English lightweight CHb.. weigh In in the afternoon. One would have thought that Welsh would have ac- tutes for the warmth that comes from I rnieiseed at once, as the fight would a good digestion and a proper diet. x LETJIBRIDGE BEER Is rich in heat-making, muscle-build- ing, elements. It is predigested, and therefore its rich food properties entering at once upon their work of building up a so-.md body. ___ Ster IB a good winter beverage. Get case today. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. 554 amply compensate him for any loss ho might sustain in connection with his booked passage to America. To the general surprise. I might almost say consternation, however, Welsh has stalled to talk about fixing his own weight for the meeting, and mak- ing it Ost. Tibs, woigh at the ring side! Why in the name of all that is logical does Welsh this ex- traordinary proposition? He fought for afld won the English-lightweight championship, beating Johnny Sum- mers when he had to weigh in in the afternoon at Ost. And yet when opponent comes along arid challenges him under-similar con- ditions he-begins to "talk about terms which ar.e altogether foreign to the Engjish (England) exchange. Week of February 14tb OVtIRTUF.E By the Eureka Orchestra. OUTLAW 1000 ft. .feature film. WHITMAN 1 Chicago's greatest comed- ian. NETOSCOPE TAMBOURINES 4 KODGER8 The singing and dancing girls. BIG DIAMOND RING CONTEST Begins chance with every 25c and 35c ticket. Wednesday, February 16 At 10 o'clock-.at the- PUBLIC MARKET PLACE jfj THE C1TY OP LETHBRIDGE. ALT A. ABOUT 45 HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of and in welgbl from to Iba. etch, and all broken 1 Registered-Pure Bred'CLZDE STAXLIOK J 17582, 'old- 1 Pure bd. Grade PERGHEROtf 25 AKD Coming and'3 years old, all halter broken TERMS: CREDIT TILL NOV. Will Be Granted-on Bankable Paper with Approved-Security Rex Virtue' Ovwnei L. Wilson Of Xethbrldfle, Auctioneer. Phone 685. PRESERVED [n aid of Lethbridge Profes- sional Baseball Club Fen Prizes to be Awarded Tickets on sale at the fol- lowing places: All the hotels in the city. J. D. Higinbotham Co.'s Drug Store. Red Cross Drug Store Bentley Co.'s. Geo. Kerr Co.'s. A. MacDonald Co. Ott's Cigar Store. Wallace's Cigar Store. The Arcade. Tickets one dollar. The.undersigned MCMTS. Pilling Mil by, PUBLIC AUCTION AT LETHBRIDOE CITY STOe YARDS ON 21, 1910 AT ONE At FOLLOWS 12 -head rating from 1300 to' loOO 30rhead rating from 1250 to 1300 Ib's. 30 head rating from 1050 .to 1 100 10 head rating from 1000 Ibs. 50 ab'ovt foal by "Matchless." This will speak fer hlrjiwf.lf. .day. is a draught Ptrchsron weighing 1949 foaj getter, a range draught Psrchsrons that svsr into Alberts, fsr styii and he it all. This This fine stud has been at the head of the "double horse-shoe" 2 brand for three years. We guarantee as represented at the sale. We wish-to extend R. hearty', welcome to all, and will doi our best-to make this Bale a success'and (rive you.'j: your money's worth, as.this will be one oJ the biggest sales erer. held in Alberta. cash, otherwise arranged previous to, sals. MES6RS. i v X-A. 8MITH, Proprietors. Auctionttr. By his defeat of Matty Baldwin in their ten-round bout at Boston last. Tuesday night, Owen Moran, the clever English boxer has advanced one step nearer his goal of the light- weight championship. has-a ccmple of other bouts in prospect, for since Battling Nelson, the lightweight titteholder, has signed up with Adolph Wolgast for Feb. 22, knows there IS no chance to get- at the Daroe [nntil; some time after that date. It i5% a cinch, though, that'among the challenges to the winner of thai bout birthday will'be one from Owen Moran. The sturdy young English light- trim Nelson and is anxious to try con- clusions. Moran in his own country 5s considered as invincible at the Battling Dane is In his. "Owney" fought some slashing fights on his previous visit to this side of the pond, and those who have seen him perform an Interesting battle, 'it would prove a healthy attraction, and it- will be surprising jf some of the promoters don't grab off. .the pair and have the question of supremacy set- tled. HORSES We have just received about-two carloads I of heavy draft and farm korses, weighing H from twelve fifty to fifteen hundred pounds each, and they are an exceptionally fine lot, all w.ell broke and ready to work. Quick sales count with us, so come and see them early. TABER UVERY CO. TABER ALBERTA ;