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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 15,1913 THE LETHBRIDaE i>AILY HERALD Page 7 CANADIANS Around the World $639. lO Krom starting point baclc to same J)oInt via the neW Canadian Paolflo lloyal Mair Steamer. Empress of Russia From Liverpool, Apr. 1 PORTS TO CALL Gibraltar, Villefranohe, Port Said, Suez, Golombe, Penang:, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Nagaskl, Kobe, 'V'jlJohaTns nnii Vancouver. Per an additional $51.70 wlilch will Include hotel expenses, the following elde trips may be made: Gibraltar to Alegeclras, Spain; Viilefrandhe to Nice and Monaco, Port Said to. Cairo and the pyramids, thence to Suiii, interesting trips from Colombo in. the' Island of Ceylon. A. secoild Around th6 World Ex--curaion will be made to connect with the "Empress of Asia" sailing from Liverpool, May 27th. For furthef' infotniatlon ,tIcketB and Sloping oar Reservations, apply to any Canadian^ P^dlf^o Ticket Agent. R, G. lyioNilLLIE, dlftrlct Passenger Aflent, Calgary, Albprtaj NALBSONIINE steamship and Railway Tickets FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on this side and forwarded to your family or friends.; Our way of handling this business is impossible to heat. Your passengers will receive full Instructions. We advise you when they wlH reach their destinations. RATES THE VERY LOWEST,' RESERVATIONS MADE 8A1LIN66 EVERY WEEK ^ttM Informatloa see steamship and railw*y agents. Or write-^ H.E. LIDMAN, Gen'l Agent 445 Main Street Winnipeg, Man. M'CARiy AND WELLS NOf GOING 10 lET New York, � Fe^y /J4.-The manage-Jncnt the Qaiu'dep Athletw. club" announced tottigfife, that It's negotia-^ tions with Luther >MoCai'ty to flght: Bombardier Wells, the English heavy-weiglit champion, had fallen through and that instead of McCatty, the UallJornia . heavyw'eight, "Gunboat^' Smith, would'inwftvthe. Briton. The fight, which wilt. Jje iO rounds, vill take place at Madfson Square Warden either March 7.or March 17. The date. orlglpaUy selected for the bout betweofti-: WisUs and McCarty, MSi'ch 14:, vr'll t-e gi?s:: ever ts i 10 round-flghfr'botween Packey Mc-Farland and Jack- Brltton. BUCHANAN'S RED SEAL 'TOUR Whisky" Mellow S(;o)ch�Nflver Bettered m * r, 40 yam." A never nd Wbeoplns Coue^ CHMKIND H ICD The third annual bonsplel of the Irethbridge Curling club which concluded yesterday, was not' the howling success that it certainly woyld have been had not that rlp-snbrting chinook como and turned the curling rink into a pond of water more flt for canoeing than hurling stones, but all the competitions were run off, netertheless. T he visitors' trophy and tlie Pagnuelo Trophy, both were teiWn' to Maoleo d. I^thbrldgs retained the other two ,the Grand Challenge and the,Br ewery. The Grand Challenge was donated by the Summit Lime Works Co., the Brewery and Pagnuelo trophies, by the well-knownl local firms as the name implies. The visitors' trophy was donated too, fey & local firm, the Blllson Milling Co. The trophies are always the property of the Lethbrldge Curling club and only may he taken possession of by tUe winnei^s, upon security boing given for their sate return, the following year. The results: GRAND, CHALLENGE Oow , Hosa nammott "1 Bruce Boyd � Wilson Herchmer 1 Stacey y Herchmer 1 Glen.Ister } Glenlater j Mathows { Ross"! ! I Hoas Bruce j I Boyd Boyd Herchmer Boyd Cavln Smith Young Wanless ; smith ) Youngj, Alrd 1 Held Cameron NcNabb Shepherd Clark Young 1� - Cameron PAGNUELO TROPHY rernle Alrd Smith Bruce Gow Boyd Wilson Young Glenlater Ross Mathews McNabb Herchmer Cameron I Aird I Alrd I Boyd I Young Clark � Wanless Shepherd Stacey Reid Hamilton Robs 1^ ^ Mathews Mathews Cameron ]) } Cameron J Cameron 1 Alrd j Younfc-1 \ Young Clark j Shepherd 1' Reid Shepherd'j Young Young wins (Alaoleod) Rosa Gow Wanless McNabb Bruce Smith Cameron ) Shepherd Slhepherd) Glenlster 1 Alrd Aird 1 Mathews ^ Clark Clark i Stacey Wilson XIamllvOU Boyd Fernle Hechwei, BREWERY TROPHY Reasli MoNabb Ross >- �jruc6' Bruce �)' Young Alrd Bruce Aird Stacey j | Boyd Hochmer J Boyd L Alrd Alrd wins (Lethbrldge) NEW DAYTON BASKETBALL TEAM MANAGER WANTS SQUARE DEAL ENFORCED Complains of Reports of Game With Magrath-Takes Fling at Re. feree Ne'w Dayton,' Alta., Mb. 14.-New Dayton would, like to have ^ word in regard to the report of the basketball game played In M^grath on th� night of the 10. It is stated that the gapie wasf�evieivln doubt. Probably not, as long assthey could retain the referee. Attione time the 800v4i istpod 0 to 10, anditheI;home,manager walked on to-thfriilQor;and demupded tUt^t jToley, th^.'Vprlze flghtSii*" 'fl-om the "hproe-stead �counttT" ' to? dlaqualtfied for rough playing. New Dayton p^Jiyed: ring* arpvnd Magrath at every ij^gp; oJi'the g^nie, and Foley:posseat^p porA'boBliietball wJence than the'yhpje Mw�th aggregation. ; . ^  ' Magrath olalwf;fi sflora-'pt-.a}. to S; the correct score,!'KJjouldbeJ,2 to 0 In New Dayton's, faypr,- WIfoll' Benyon stepped Into the'oaife.wtjJchMs contrary to all otfifll0,,Vvule8f'the. referee should have for^|(;ed" tji^ gapie on the spot. Even itllw game was not forfeited, the score woujd haVe 'been 15 to 17 In Magr^t))'* |ayof>,*af VNow Dayton made six'^olpts i^t not VISITORS' TROPHY Cameron 8 Herchmer ] Young 9} . Young Ross Mathews Play oft' at Macleod Young Mathews awarded her owing to the referee's ignorance o� the rules. Furthermore, Magrath started the rough work and couldn't keep It up aK-. nlnst their superior opponents. An-d when New Dayton turned the- ftriolt cv�ry play was called a foul, and Foley was disciualltled. Both^ teams played rough ball, and two 'wrohga, don't make a right, but w� lilfe to'see a square deal as well as the qext; and-It is to be regretted that the teain* of; the two neighboring towns oouid' not' meet, and play a clean sporty 'gnme;i~" C. M. McLennan, Manager, N^kiy' Day-; ton B. B. team. , , ' Profitable A Scotchman rauf a''ch�wiiBt'^ nlgh't hell, at 34n the morning and ted lor a sixpence vial of pepsin, "fof.iip'dt^^B-tion, , ' "You've a fine Impudence,';nJon;" exclaimed the chemist, angfrlly; , ''tO; call me up; at-suob an 'hour;.whea a little hot water would havet.?. seryed; Just :aB well," � "Thank, you very. kindly,'' paid; i.thc!: 6alleri as he turned on,hls he?l,.'"thep I'll aae ba aeedln'!tha.nen�i�,t(.:.' '> ? ? ? ? ? ^ ? > : : : : ? ? ? THIRTYFOUR BOYS TAUGHT TO SWIM Thirty-four out of forty-two ? boys who tried, passed the ? swimming c-xamlnatlons at the > Yi M. C. A. this morning, under Instructor Carson. Kacli of ? these boys vfho paSKed have J� learned to swim under the ; swimming expert's tuition, and ? will receive a pin as a diploma ? of their merit. EASTERN HOCKEY SHOTS Varsity will have to improve in their shooting if they expcnt ,to capture the Allan cup. Thoy rfn nnf i^pX near enough goals for the chances they made. Most of the Tecumsebs were playing hockey when Lord Dufferin was Gdvernor-