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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, KKURUAKY 18, 191J TJJE. LETHBRIDGE DAILY AGE FIVE AND FASHIONABLE AMERICANS AND TITLED FOREIGNERS TURN OUT TO SEE THE SPORT N'u-c, "rVh. Luc brought" base- :is well as main" Im.d rover wi In eased -a to sec tlic New York U'am oE thi.' Natiomil j Ic.igJiCj ami liie I'liitMgo Aim'iicans, give -a last exhibition tit the I'Liu pastime. won, M lo 7. Amerifciiis foreigners of title Mijuurtsiiig in Nice awl along tlie 1 iifra, motorcJ to the gtoue, ihf of handsomely gou-neil Y.uuirri among Ititr adilfcl tl.u Q{ tlic sccr.p. Tin.- -French wcic somewhat puzzled al Ilia intru-arics of the play, hut fOirfivcJ mucli u'hcn the ball was hard bit into the outfield. Vcmsul. D. FIRST GAME OF THE CUP SERIES STAR PLAYING 10 mm. U.C., Feb. hockey match between Craubroofc and Keraic the first of thy i-yrios' for lUe etcbiiK-r pulled off at the tonight, resulting in O-'J Fernle. ('articular e marie of the of Hu viand, 'allacc nnil Young Dunlon of enulc Uaiii. Timu after lime Hv.n- p ihe hearts of the- Feinle ana'by bis magnificent playing. PRESIDENT JAS. A. Of the new Federal League which line come to be ivcogiilzei] as an etiual cl Uu; American and National agues already estalllEtted In.tlie ir.-S; Pro- moters u[ organized baseball do not like the for coming sea- son because many of iliuir best players lo liie Federal; ntv Wi red. fourth (he New stored six runs and Chicago four, but the National were unahle lu keep up tlie pacr. features v. ere a serifs of darir.t; evuluiiun.b over the field by Avi.ii.or Larxroirsr, and an exhibition !u" throwing the discus and pulling the by James Thorpe, the Indian- athlete. TJic. trains' will tomorrow for! is expected they will! Jilay UN" Washington's birthday. i Wuril has been" received thai C'harles j Criuffskevi' -president of .the .Chicago ciuh, das reached Paris. Ilis condi-) tTon is. repotted to ho much improved.1 "enil franchise it looks os though f rait obis e. might ,be transferred to fore the season'dptns. GERMAN -GOVERNMENT i GIVES OLYMPIC GAMES Clerical Party-Agreed to Make piopnatTcrr Denied. the i Bud gel t-.- Otrlin, Germany, Feb. IT.-z-By a tho Geruian.ini- lei-ial. adopted' an appropriation' of: for the Olympic Games, to he held hero In 191C. The atiiroiiriatTon ivas re- jected Wy couimittee OIL January the leaders of Clerical gave 'their fol- lowers freedom of action in the mai- ler, .ind'ali bui a few of them voter! In favor of Hie apiiro print ion. The Sod-Mists jicrsitled in their at- titude of protest, but .it was poiutc'l osit tliat this wag luoro for tactical political reasons than froni-lioalility lo the Olympic games. Socialist leaders coinnlalncd that their own clubs vcro getting no gov- criinienl aid. .SHARKEY GETS JAIL SENTENCE GRIFF MAKE'S stoo.opo Washington Manager Ready la Pay Detroit That Sum for Ty Cobb D.'C.. Feb.; KecHiig the u'ecfl" of advertising, Clark- (Iriffitli. oi" the YS'Rshiufiloji- baseball "club, gaye out an internet- ihls afternoon Jeclarinfi'he vrbuld pay to the Detroit club for TV Cobb, the famous Detroit star. Here Is what SriKKli said: "If the 'Detroit bal! viub sivs. tiie Ty'.'Cobb for I statid ready to make (he offer. I1 vili kith Itrifind "iriVl5 ?essarr. I will go down in hiy'own poclret to complete'..the deaV Former Pugilist JFfncd" 5500-rThirt' in Jail Xew. York, Feu. Sharkej onro famous lieavyu-clgbt'-ji ist, was- sentcnCE3 to ih'irtj- days i Jail and fined today for .main taming a disorderly resort In-Foii teenth street. The" manager of tli place received the same jail sentenc but was not find. Both were coi viclrd been ht the Tombs awaitlng'.senlencfi, A MOVE AGAINST THE FEDERAL LEAGUE York, Feb. plati wtuili rgatmecl hopes" to supply irong compelitiya-fur- the invading 'etlcral league twin" in Brooklyn. is eing worked out, it uas announced onighi- by Edward president- .f the International league.' proposed to transfer the New- ,rk learn of tlie International league o plaj" on Kbbcts Held, the home ol he Ilroobtya National league club, fo appease the Newark public, vhich supporteil a flag winning club ast season, the Jersey o lie Internationnl league -would hi laced in .Newark. As Jerfcey- CHy vas the isil end club Jast season; it- s planned to pool.the pJayerB'.'ot the wo International league teams) iri order to equalize their PLUG TOBACCO .18MBSOKOTOKSF1RE DID DAMAGE Otolohs, Alia.. Feb.- 1 Flro which started Ibis morning the Mcl.eotlj clothing store did damage to tile ei- :cnt of apiuoxlmatcly JSO.WiO before ERNJE Midland Senior O. H.. A. team, lias-been in the limelight lately OT to his marvelous team play. HOCKEY PROMINENT DRJVE'fJS FOR A.A.H.A. Senior (Provincial Semi-finals) DomtnEous 8, Pennants 3.- A.A.H.A. Intermediate (Southern Semi-'lnala) OVoioks S, Bant! 4. O.K.A. 'Intermediate (Provincial Series) Wiaflon 10, 'RlverslJe 2. Hamilton 4. O.H.A. Junior VKfngslon Frontenacs G, Oahawa S. Manitoba Independtnt 1a Prairie 5, Filconj Big Race Next Memorfat 'pay'- Fins-List of Wljl IndiauauoHs, Ind., automobile racing drivers, tfiVpjck" of ft] rape, sent in their leiitrjjes' today for the fourth annual- SOO-Wiie--racer (o.lie. held at the IndlanapoJjB'molor speedway next Memorial 'diV.''' are: Jules Goux, race last year; about half of tbe- racing 'of Kngiand; Bellldt, Christians'imO'Gny- ok. Twelve Entries have been ed at (lie headquarters here thus far. jni'j it is expected at forty, cars will Eian In the race. O'DAY AND League Kooteniy Lwgue Xeledn 0. the substitute motion put forward by Delegate NURWI oi Taber that the sr "a fair and equitable stare the wealth they as in the existing preainble, be deleted and the words iull share of the wealth they produce1' be', substituted, was lost- HKASOV FOH PRUAHQM: Delegate Elmer o! Miihcl, said that the of his lucal was lor tho purpose'o! emphasizing the lact that tho mine workers were out for the full value of their production, it was not of a slice or a. hali, bet j tl.e whule cheese. i IL reply .to an argument that- tlie I convention ought to-u-ait .before taV- [ing political action until the federa- tion set the example. Debate Gray olisrrved that 'ii the delegates did so I they would have to wait until every j Conservative association in it- had be- come educated; l.OtllS MOORE. OBJECTS Delegate Jloore of Letbbriclge to- tal 974 "-strongly objected to the af- filiation with the Socialist party. Hfe .declared that H. the preamble and j amendment vent through LB would withdraw (Tom thA organization." Xot I that he was without- sympathy rcilb. [ihr Socialistic: party, but in the coa- jvVntibn pledging itttl! to its P9li- 1 tfcal it went aga.inst the the- !ory oriieitdom in and religious feotten Ings gutted by Sr'e Hardware. McLeod control. Balld- .were: Okotots Co.. E. SIcLeod building, and Ihe Wilsou undertaking cstatllelimeiit. The Whisky Macleod Honors Pass Wreck Victim Will Try to Fill Hole at-Keystone Sack Left by Evers and Bridwell Chicago, 111., Feb. Hank O'U.iy, fourteen-ballplay- ers, left tonight for Tampa; where'ho South Sal'KitchtWin Liague 5. nobin Hoods.3.'. Exhibitions oroTito' St. Jifchael's A..C. Kenora 3, NcV'-EiIinburslis 1 Northern Ontario League North hay 7, Coppcrcllff 5., CURLING ICE WAS ALL RIGHT curlers didn't pin mud faith In tho stability of the ico against tbe wealher ot yesterday, and conse- a small turnout was record- ed last nisht at the ring for "the local competitioti games, therefore scratch games were In order. The Ico was In good condition last obligations Iq members which vas fa the district conslilution. NEED.'FOR POUTICAL ACTION Delegate slrocfily empha- t'e'necfssitj' of political action 7, c.Ie.Yeland on; tireVpaH-ql.the'miners' organlia- tion. .Pledging .the" conYention Local amendcnent ,yras merely constitution and did not interfere with it. It" was iriistalie for men like Delegate MeXab. to say, "beep out of politics.1 rt'ithout eotering into .politics the or- would be like a one-armer the deceased in the Roman Catho- c church here tomorrow and it -is clfd that a of the nieni- ers of the Knights of Columbus So- of which the'Jafr Mr! Thomson "a member, will be on hand." Kollowing his resigoalion [ast Sun- ay from the suprrmtendency} of the IctLodist Sunday rior to his for where he has. arce-j ion, Mr.'James G; .yes: erdar presented with" lub bag by tbe .teachers I the school. Mrs. i he while. Mpr- j on and A.'D. Richardaf the fatewrlls.Und good' wishes f ttie assembly. 'Mr. Hood [caves ibout the end ot the week. II. IJ. CO! MA.VAGKH AUhouRb the intimation has not icfn publicly as is understood here thai Nr.'.Barattt, for some lime in the ludion's Bay store here, has been appointed as manager to tale ilacc left vacant by'-tne nroinoiioti of Mr: Kaiser to "s a who, although not as well perhaps as his "preifeces'soiy'Es generally well liked and the news ol lis appointment will'-be consequently received. The presentalionjof what is as Turner's play and the lecture fe liveccd by Mr. Hooper oi tural school at- ClaVesnolm the outsfanriEng features of the big even- ing at Hazclmerc 6h night. >Yith Mr. .1. of the Har.elmere Livest'ocV in the chair, Mr, Hooper started the ball rolling by delivering an "interest- ing and.highly instructive Iwifurc-in ivfijch" he dwelt al on the problfin in Southern ''Albffla, the ol alfalfa and "the bcaii- of the'farni horne by the planting of trees, shrubs ami sijiall fruits. p. PI an. Ottawa, Keb. railway CQJII- nittee oi the Ciinimons this niprntng a charter to the Pac-jfic, Kiver and Athabasca railway company, which proposes lo.v'con-; stmct a line tiftcen hundred miles.' iri" length In a portion o! Western Can- ada not now served by- a railway ine. The road will extend -iVoutb of the Ness rjvcr of 5rlncc Hupcrt, eastward tlirougi'.Brt- tish" Columbia and ihe Peace -River country1 to Prince Albert and ia- de- signed to open up vast mineral areas. Cql. A. counsel for the company, mads much ol tbe fact that llie chief promoter Is A. of Cardiff, probably the-largr est coal operator in Great proposes to tap the extensive-' coal areas of the Canadian' riorfh, more partieulaily the smolcelesl "cipnl deposits of Korthern British Coluni- on PASSED THROUGH TODAY TO HOLD BEG MEET- ING IN THE lion. Wilfred (iariepr. minister 'of municipalities; Hon.. minister ot public works' premier, and Hon. A. J. 'pro- vincial EEcretary, arrived In city Tuesday afternoon and went Magrath 'by auto to hold Libera] ally there. Tomorrow will address a mppiter -nlll .co'me slon when Slarlln with theni. They hive ruih fpm rpualnK la. the north, a raata meeting at" Edmbnto'n on Monday one Q'i.'thij best ever' held In Uiat'eltr. i ing B Stirling date lino, there appear- ed a standing of Uio teams In the Mutual league, tbt- 'writer of the eifine Magrath In the fourth poet- Hoc, which U erroneous, as ine re- cords will that the local club Is entitled to second place. Undoubted- ly your' correspondent was laboring under a misunderstanding when he gave MagiaLh three io-ises, Instead o( two. Ills motive could scarcely havi been maltre, as LVTagrath has no one grounda for fiuch a sentiment. the local club officials aro not of argumentative disposition, they feel that liie error should ie correct- ed. 7hc local team meets tbe Stirling five next Wednesday afternoon In the Junction City, when a gruelling con- test IB anticipated. A Lelhbrltigc man referee- llic game. Members from all sides joined in the discussion and pros and cons were submitted the matter finally going to the'meetlng Kith the majority dpr- cfcipn In favor of amendme.nt as previously stated. WEDNESDAY MOKNlXO SKSSIOS The convention adjourned this morning to" allow the various com- mittees lo bring in their repbrls which will be cqnsMerfd at the Wed- nesday allernoon WOLGAST CALL.S OFF' FIGHT Ad.: Woljanl, who 13.- 600 guarantee to fisht Johnny Dun- dee, called off the bout. Wolgasl said he nas to box {Mumplon Wllllo ItjUliic Jlilnaukee late this month or early In March, and would engage In no earlier boutf. THE MYSTERY DEEPENS London. Feb. Oiipatoh Central' Xeirs from St: Petersburg says the boy, TaranlheVllch, 'ton: of a Ruisian law court offkiij, wht> ftlleged to have been tbe 'ritual murder" at Fastoft, wu' Ann at Zhitomir, on February 18.'iiccp'rd- ing to the, police of that Uury, .latal'hcad- .a collision occurred qfl th'fc'G. VI.n. ierc early this morning resulting, in he death of KnKitiec'r Yanddw, ol 'arnham, ainl tic scalaing "of nifn o! the train crew.As a te- ;ult of the u has "beCT up on the all day. It'is-not the rack will be cltarcd until tonight. Several trains lijivrf ss ft Twrnty Vars were-detailed ami the tracks torn-up for "a constd- erable thought that misUkcn orders responsible for tec MM WlHl CTWJT fM M TI tdl m 3-m J-U-O.. Frxmta lUd on 'MiL KMM V YUKON MAN TO MEET KING GEORGE; London. Arch bishop of Canterbury has In- vUed the BlshSp of the hon and Stringer. noV (n Kngland, fo raeet the] and Queen at dinner M Lam-: belli Palace. 4, 4 4 4 4' 4 t tat.. Ka Il.cdj i l-let Oil ;