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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ ' til * ii^^'i If OOIY TEAMINS SHED Laurel of Championsliip of Eastern B. C. Hockey-Royal Welcome Home ma .TOOK BAD BEAl CHAMiPlON QUEBEC TEAM SHUT INDiANS i6UT, 8 TO 0-QUEBEC PERFECT Jleriiie, Feb. 15,'-When the Fbrnie hoojc^ team returned home last night ftoiiji' their 'WeiSt Kootfcnay - tout, brtjjgiiig with them the shield tepre-ceuiing the championsliip ot Eastern B.'C.i, they were met at the depot by a large number ol'citizens who ytttc anxious to give an entbusiastic iweleome to the victorious septett*. tA.:' procession was formed and head-sd'by a score of; boys tarrying torches. :^ext ih line dame the Fetn4c hr(iss-;baiid ami behind them were the hoys tvho.hftve done credit to themselves and their town during the last two weeks. They wfero lollowed by savpral hundred men, women and childrBn who were all anxious to express their.appreciation of the team ahd their excellent record. When the Urand Theatre was reached,the crowd entered ind, in the ab-seh(?3 of Mayor Gates and Deputy-STafor Meaxvnald, tile ohftir was fill-id By Atdetman Riamto. After a few ;^bfdsbt welcome the ohairman call-id*|ba feherwood Herotener to speak toiljehalliOf the people) of tlie town. jBewfluner: Ifcanked the boys tor ii>�^iiw�ble way ,in which they had upheld: tisb reputation of the city as wii;3 eViden(^ by the attractive.shielil ntlHbli adorned the stage. . #5i^t^ by the band jC^tain Thrasher expressed the gra-Itivide of himself and his mem for the Iftjeption which had, been accorded ttop tod "Whidi came as a complete p'iAprise. Tbese statements were sup-aea-so'ii TOfl�>.r'l1ifr-T!ew vviles. but Victoria opiJDiwd-uiiyfchangejIinlll next year. Vaif^ljyer;' -.  PoslHon Nunau Va^copver p-oBition|New Westminster Parr.: iv  goal ' Ttiehman Pfttrf'ijk .. point, Oi'lf^lha':' -cover, Kp^dfliii ' centre HarflS , wing IJayltti* ' wing '^'�^ ,.;;''>'. ' Jolitii Jameson � WMsicey': ta thB Whiskey whiph haa-.betn the ohoioe of connoisseurs In three centuries, and'thewlilshyforyou too John Jam esoij Whiskey Lehman Rochon Jiohnson R, McDonald Oatman Gardner. THE RULES OF THE kSTHBRIOGB MARKBTS an's "goat", as we certainlys expected, it would, Md the-; Herald js lampooned" as a "knocker*^* That is good business. We are glad ot It; and we hope to have more" �iJknboks'; anon. Just when we are'-need j'Ot. something spicy to' brigliteii up tKe sp page we'will talfe a rise ou^ of'the Westerns Comedy leagued There'll be lots of room tor-fancy Mknocks." In fact, there is room for;mote than enouith . now. Gale&iy , couldnit wait till the league got ion its journey, but must start dealing ;Out;�its ; coarse stuff instanter... la ^e first itistaace we note Sam Savag^,- the Oslgary club president, at Medicine Hat. What does Sam do .at 'the'; organization meeting at Medicine Hat,X]jUt -get up, and railroad Frank >0roj^,' his twin brother in basebaH;iij';for4, league pre-., sident. Was there a'Assenting voice?' No. Frank Grey bald the> vote of the meeting coralled.;He^hel4'three prox-, ies besides the vote-qf tlie Edmonton jClub, and of course .thefCalgaty vote, too. We have no objeofcioaUtr'Frank Grey as presideiii^r Hefisiiiield in the j ed'tha lead tfaev made sure of holding' greatest respect here, "but' the elec- Ottawa it'andthrougljout the aecond and fin-ar^ctd, play'was strictly a defen-kifi game. Line-up : -Canadiens Position Veitoa ' ^ \ goal Laviolette'point- T;alDnde' cover Pitrie wing Smith. ' centre Berlanqueite wing tion savored -too much of the "frame-up" variety of -business .and dida't look good to the-Lethbridgc delegates who saw instantly- that it ^as a Tion�iiVt! Calgary league' thait, was being form-Benettict,^^^ ^^.^ ^ Westefa . Canada league. Shore Merrill . Westwick Rieferee-rH. Pulford. Assistsnfr-rRiley Hern. LAMBERT BROKE AUTO RECORD AT LONDON Went Over 103 Miles in an "Hour In Tweinty-flve Horse-Power Car '^adapted ,for family London, Fell. 15.-Percy Lambert broke all world's records for an hours' run in a motor ear by aooompltehlng i08% miles on the Brooklands track today. 'He did fifty miles in 29min. 25 2-5Bec, and ooe hundred miles in 57mln.;,47 S-Bsec. His car had;a motor of only'25h.p, -ii.cjLi.iix "^^^ Lethbridge delegates to the RouM � ni'^^'DS MBuieine.vHat were dis-Darragh i E"^*^"* with the prooedute. of the 'meeting when they arrived home and in an interview with.the 'Herald made it known that theyhad .lost entire faith in the conduct of the �jjortliern moguls. The meeting at Medicine Hat was,a joke, and every Tiaseballi writer on the circuit who. isr not prone to kid himsf^lt knows it..Three; dubs, represented by proxy. Oh yes, the meeting at Medicine Hat WEis a �howling success even though Letli-bridge and Medicine Hat, didn't ^.tate definitely whether they would go in or- not. Certaialy it was-not. NEW 8KI RECORD Norweijlan Beat Former Record Jump by Thirteen Feet at Iron Woodj Mich.  iToa Wood, Mloh, iPeb. 16.-Hagnar Q^tva, of Chicago, �the Norwegian ardent, 'who oame to tiiiB ocuatry a jy^a^ ago, to cofnpetc for the ama.teur ^Cord'liiiski jumping, todaybroke the �fWPTJdre;i;c^j''a, Jumping as a proles-jI^^I. ^o'cjearod'-lCB feet; beating f' thfrte^n fe^l the former 'world's re-r'd'.olllB6 fo^/made In Norway. CHEW BELFAST CITY CUP . Shelborjen 2, Cllttonsville'0. ' NORTHERN RUGBY UNION Broughrton Rangers 13, S.winton 3. Barrow 32, Bramtrv 3. . -Huddersfield 14, Hunsletl S., Hull Kingston Rovers 13, Yor^'Z-.', Kelghley Q, Battley 0. .  Leeds 24, Hull 0.  Bradford 7, Salford 0. Rochdale 5, Dewsbury 7. St. Helens, 15, Coventry 9; i- -Wigan 11, Hadfax 5. � WakefieldiTrinity 15, Warrington 12, INTERNATIONAL RtTGBY. UNION England 40, Wales 16. V TJ^o Alberta branch'of the Canadian' .W^iitlWg Charapionships which takes place here Maroh 25th, wiU be the biggest thing in indoor athletics thafoias yet taken place In Lethbridge. NofUces Of - the-jneet and. entry forms htt'TO.been sent to all points in the province and a mighty gathering ot bra^v^l and itouscle will be exhibited here oq ifhodftj^ set apart Jo^ the events. The Mlaje^tlo Theatre win be the place seleiptq'dvfor the contests and the seating capaj^lty of the house Is sure to be testedj ' r : ,1 ; -.^he salient, points in connection with the meet a're,^ -. . / .The bouts shall b� catoh-as-cat6h-can, j . In all competltioin^ the ring shall be toped, and of not less than sixteen feet-or more than twezjty.four feet sauare^ ,  ^Weights to be: Bantam 105 pounds andt-under;-Feather 115 pounds and under; Special 125 pounds and under; Light 13Ef pounds and under; Welter 145" pounds and under; Middle. 168 pounds and under; Hetivy 158 pounds and (iver,;- ,- �- �. ' '� - ^ .Any ihold, grip, lock' or trip aUowed, except the hammer lock, strangling andMull'Nelson holds. '.. \ . Iwothing heavier than light slippers or rulibeni without heels allowed on the feet. ' , " ' , , | Both shoulders/sJJall be on the floor at the same time to constitute a fall. A rest of not less than five nOr more than ten minutes shall be allowed between falls. .. .' -. -Immediately, before the competition each competitor^who has weighed In sih'all draw in person bis number and cpmplete as follows: Have a prellm-iaary round of as many contests as the tpktal number of (iontestants can be two. In case any contestant :dobs not competp in the prellmin-arrsorlss, he shall be allotted >a number in'the next series, of bouts, so as to avoid the possibility of again drawing a bye, This leaves two, four, eight or sixteencontestants and the bouts then proceed r^larly wl�h no byes or uneven contests, v  , . '''-The contestantiyiho:has last' been': defeated by the winner, sjiall receive spcoiid prize, And all who have been, def^ted by the winners of'eitiher first or second place'ishaU be entitled to compete,for .third pl^ce. Duration of bouts shall be six mlnut^.s", ^.z - -" - ? � The Referee shall have full control of tiie competition, aad Ihls decisions shall/be final and-Without appeal. ;v ; ^. , COntestantg shall bowelgked withitt��ne.4our of th^' beginning of the contests, and any contestant betng over,.w4/g1it ?hall be',rejected. ' ' Any athlete who weighs in and then tail^ tocompete, i-witftiout an excuse satisfactory to the Games Committee Bhali'-hji 'suspended. Wr six months. AU weighing shall cease as soon as the flrsV bout of tihe tournament on, each night is commenced. ^ - ;  . - ( j , Elevator Prices' ;. No, 1. Northern .....;.....i.... 63 No. 3. Alberta Red ......... 59 No. 4. Alberta Rod \.,'...... 54 No, 5. Alberta Red ............. � 50 THORPE NOW FULt FLEDGE CE-LEBRATED his FIRST APPEARANCE IN ROLE BY BREAKING RECORDS   Boston, Mass.,. Feb. 15; r-^'James Thorpe, the all-round Star of the; last Olympiad, who recently comtessed himi self a proteBBionai, ma'ub ills--first spf pearance In athletics here, tonight. ., ... 8S' oats-May .. ..... 36 July .. ............... 36%' Flax-May ......- ........ 116% July ----- ., .... 1181/6 ' Cash Prices' Wheat-No. 1 Northern ... .. No. 2 Northern .,_____. ... ... 81% No. 3 Northern ..... ....... 78% No,-4 -----------73% No. 5 ...... 68% No. 6......... ... 621/2 Feed................ ... .... -... 40 F'eed ,Fiax- No. 1 N. W-. C. .-,. .. MlnneapoHIs'Wheat May ............ 87% July ..."....., i... . 89% September........, v'89%,' Chlcagjo Wheat V May ... ... ... .,. 'Omv' July............ 91%. Septe;nber .....90% , 39. 114 87V* 89% 89% S)2% 91% :90i/j E. Richardson up to the present time is as follows.; . / . Harness Runners Total-N. Battleford $^ .^,290 $. 1,200 $ 4,400 Prince Albert . .'S.OPO 1,000 /7,000, Sa^ktftooll . . '4,800 4,150 8,950 Regina .... X^OO 3,200 12,i700. Moose 'J�W . l^m 1.000 11.000 Lethbri4gft " ',.4.800 Calgary . . , 11,760 S. Current 6,000 IRELAND BEAT ENGLAND lriond�oil^ Feb. 16.-^The final score on-Saturday -was: .Ireland/.2; England, 1. . ' 1,750 9,800 �"700 ,7 ,'800 6,350 ^1;550 Winnipeg. ^i?4,5po Reetpa.;. %M0: .3,600 SaskatooA , . 0,3*)0 ' V,100 N- Battleford 4^200 � 1,300 6,;700 �32,100 15.00b-16,400' 5,500 'exhibition 7,500 1,500 9,000- circuit and received at the office of cirouit.. Total . . .$li2,850 $43,700 $156.^50 Ptngrams are exnected in'a./few da/s-Irom' Edmon^n (two ni^ets), Bri^h(ibn,> and "Red 4reBult,J^Jt| thie Fernie-Cranbrook hockey jgame heire laei week was 3 to 2, not ^'|to';2, |as previously reported, New -York, Feb. 15.-Co-operation with the powers in baseball-in maintaining discipline among major lear gae players is offered by the 4�soball players' fraternity, organized recrait-1y-,..^with a large membership among thevmen of the National and American ^leagues. This was made . Ithown '�thrqtigh a,letter sent by D, L. Fut2, �president ot the ttatorhlty, to each of ithie sixteen major league man^ agerM- and made public tonight, as follo'ws: ; *,'Dear Sir�; One> of the purposes f9r�'Mhioh,our fraternity is organized .''is.'tq'i'lostil ! "Baseball Players' Frateojity^^ ii v,'V,'Reft David l. Fultzi PrSB;^; THE 'NAME'. AND,V, � LABEIi ' IDENTIFY \ KNOWN HIGH ' " QUALITY' D. 0. RpBLJN Sole agent' for .Canada TORONTO?- ';>;, _ mm 1^ THE , ' ' EVERY d>v'LARGE NUMBERS ARE TAKING APVANTAGE ; OP THE'LOl^ RATES FOR'BOWLING. JOIN THE CPOWDi- 'Everybodj's Doiri' it." ,. |)0R�II^ION BOWLING ALI,E')fS '.f'i Basement Dominion Biook. ?83789 7111 ;