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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETHB1UDGE HEKALJ. FKMUY, KEimUAUY 20, 1914 MURPHY TURNS DOWN SYNDI- CATE WITH EXCELLENT BRAND CHAT NOT OF FANS TURNINO HIM DOWN HEARD IT BEFORE (By- 1. 1C. t'lik'Sizo. Feb. committee Ttpresealin'j Iht Uval which is anxious lo puKh-iie Use Chicago National received an an-. iwer Croiu I'KsidXfct .Mutpliy jeaUr- iay declining tLe -request to fix ;l on the Cubs. A. 1'ugb, Charlrs A. McCulJocfc; ar.J j L ZBYSZKO c- CLAIMS CHAMPIONSHIP Ky.. Feb. xbyfzso, "the I'elL'H K. Roller, of Seattle, in straight falll her? lonklit, HIHIOULICCI! iliat. in view of ihy rcUremeul v c-f Fr.iuk Gotclj. IIP would via I iu vrcstiir.g elnmr-icm- ship of itio world, and will fc-i the title all tmn- William 11. nha besjn ihe for the express-' ed joint rcyret owner's at- BILL lie Riverside Hockey Club, of Urcuft N'o. 1 riler Zbysiko eaiuol the fatt in 1 hour and S ar.'l iUe second fall in rain- utcs. A minute- before the second 'the Polo threw through the but Auiericau was unhurt. I i GREAT LIVERPOOL GREYHOUND DER8Y WINNER WAS 20 TO 1 SHOT I LiveriiL-ol, Feb. iO-The. Wnteiloo .jjCnp. I Lie Derby iur wfts jwi'ii tod.iy by LKhvyii, dog. 'noijiiaaUJ ty A. K- rovr- The ran- ticj-yp was Lencoryx, a puppv, nominated by Ma-oc Hubert MeCal- Holh hounds viere outsiders, il.e intii'jj before tie first courses run being 20 to 1, awitist Uil- isitv to use agam-st now" ABOUT THE LETTERS, tate O. H. A. It was lo a ereat eut. to Kirpatrick's excelleut play. Inc; that the team has attained to [be Herrmann ChaJLengss Tinker MaVs Public Carrespcndence Betrt'etn Them Regarding federal League Xen- Yort, N.V.. Feb. dent llorrmanu ct CiaoiR- nnti has nn interenlnz to Joe Tlulier. and some N. Y. AiRtrican L-sgu; Club good readin? result" If Tinker a'c- HoUl for Players tituJc, but 'diil not abar-dcn fiopc. letter of regret in s-jave and saccharine language, and coaveyed-the assurance that- ii be were contemplating part- ing company v.iih his ball club r.oth- ing'vo'jW him better than to deal-with 'syorjsmea acd- trcrds t'o that effect.- Hut the Cub boss maintained in adamantine phras- es, emphasized by italics and reaffirc- that he had not the slightest desire to withdraw front Jjasehall. tvi the jafnlest intention oi doing so. KKKUSES-KASY WAV OUT This indication; vtiich was iorecast- fd Dy President MurpbVs interview return from New YpiV, appar- ently closes ihe' incident for the p'res- e.ii'. He the easy xray out and declared Iiis intention to stick and demonstration of hjsjin Qrder to arrjve at- ihe camp on [licity in this matter.1 The Vuursiag pl.ite over the fiinu-us ilats oi tho AitcJt dub. The ivicuer the valued at given by the h'arl of Helton, and a oi event is oprn to C-i subsciifcers io jat caclr aim U run oE ta fire rounds." Ne w York X.Y Ft b. 3 T h e York American league club aE- r.o-jDced today that it had closed a lease of a hole) at Houston, Texas, for the itse of the players, v in that cily on March I -for traialcg. :ral of tlie men the "Asfc Tinteer if lio !3 willinE; to tnafec public tlie letter he wrote last fall resarainz the of the Federals, together with'the Set- ter he received Froro ine in said Herrrcanu, the other day. f'IE Tinker does'i liipuen io have copies of thess letltrs. and is -will- leave here jfng-to have me them to the uews- on February 20, to be joined by nth- j papers. 1 vrill gjadiy do ?o. lint ers iu Cincinnati, the. following day not believe Tinker will care for purpose' to "TOU his tall club in !he way -te sees fit; There-is jiothiag 'in the past esperi- Ences of the iCub'magnate to indicate lo his rjicd that '-his plattprra -is erccteJ else -than solid rock. -In several 'winters 'ot recent '.vintage _ihetc-'- have teen "Xever Again" clubs-lolmRd and tlieif'-mem-. in-i- "players now in Hoi Springs will leave there fnr Texas, on February 27 in tho care of Coach, .lorn Chance .will have tMrty- rive resuTars and recruits in line when the season begins: WON'T COMPETE WITH Ebbetts' Tcrrrs fcr Transfer of Jer sty City Franchise" Too High t CURLING iiiforcieit loll of people, "ffudin? ttc writer, oi their firm in- tmtion' io forget how to Bayigatc to Polk and "Lincoln Mreels. regiilariy as the spring a'ud-Vurnioer cair.s-.the i'never ;aelin5" '.-V-'..'_ iiite a.'Vd Ue.ifeifliide park'in fairlr piopoitioaaie to tte quantity of noite ihe Cuhs sere roai- ing in the pennant race at the time. Following the canning of' Chance, Breivii in 1912; Jt i I Yoik. K.V., pin CHANGES jof organlzed-liaseJiall to. place an In- IN INTERNATIONAL league Ja Brooklyn _; :.__- "j to compete "with the 'invadinj Faileral WiM Be No Shifts cf Clubs Says j .team, was abandoned today, Leigu- -President- negotiations between Presidenls Ebbetts, of Xe'a- Tqr'tf. X.T.. Peb. National league, aud Thomas ins to issued torfav by of the Jersey City rntprnalloncl jea- of the In-isue had Jailed of their pur- teinalionar there will bs no changes" In either "the circuit or' the" was learccd. lo schedule diinng the Eireseat. season, the Jersey City team a LOCAL COMPETITION A septette of games were played E! night at ihe curliug rlnfe in the local coranetilion. The soora TV8S ffcordetl alter tic Skeitb-Mc- Xab'j clasli. which was a classy con- test. 'The scorc-s: HaiL'IUou SRobinion ..11 Clark o.Jpnovd 7 R.R. Macleod iliH. Scott 1 K.T. MaclPod .ICWra. Scott.. .-.10 freeman ,.10Nimmons S Xels'on J. f' 6 Tonight's, Draw 7 PJTI, Davidson Vs. rrceman. ISrucR vs. XeL-op, Stacey vs. N. T. Macleofl. Jobtifon vs. Ekeiib YS- AldNab'y. TabeV. Curlers Tomorrow The Ihftt arc coming froni Taber tmnfirrow to for Uie Cadillac trophy, which Is held by FANCY WORSTS We have been forlurmke in securing from a wholesale importing house one hundred and twenty-five suit, ends of Imported English Worsted Suiting at 50 cents on the dollar. These suitings were intended for another tailor who makes nothing less than and tuits, but owing to the money stringency he WRS .unable lo lifl them, hence our good fortune. We pass them on to you the same we bought PRICE. And to make the proposition still more attractive, we will throw you an extra pair of pants into the bargain. Suit and Extra Pair of Pants No more no less MADE TO MEASURE Come tomorrow.' One day's selling should clean this lot out. FIFTH STREET-SOUTH' Western Branches: Ciilgary. Lc.lhlmlgc al league club Tvill fce consistently ovUerrec] to as about to be shifted to clined. Brooklyn." magnate- cut his the Jocal club. consist- oi green rinks and two rinks compoEed of old lasers, and they toe here In the series of games by the same ciilibre of besom and stane artists. There promises io .be some. real games at the curling rink tomorrow. Bristling with contcDtions over the .tienilo-setliiig this lortl] sbonhl have ficer points of tLe'laft% causing attached lo tlic statement 'tit yers to hasten Iro Oi authbrities in support o( tncir-argu- ments, and threatening lo swanip the. claim. "There is' not a clcianiatorj-. word in that said .Mr. Ball. less learned audience in the court :simply slates tJiat tlie conilucloj: took "room with bewilderment, the if in "his alien of character case, in which a'poctct. There is no mrtition of any street railway conductor olljcr place, lhat he miglit have, or is suing for damages John should have plarcd it.11 Pahiier. ihought-that the lurlsc liave a personal knowlrdjie i at boxes ivcrc provided for the col- lection; of Tares. "Vour Honor has no right to' he Ignorant of phrasvs lhat Qilmore, was adjourned at the Wed- Mr. nesdav-sittings of the district court, should Fifmorc alleges that Giiinoro wrote a letter io J. V. Hamilton, who ivas superintendent of the street railway si: U: TOUCHARD IS CHAMPION Xeir Yortr. Feb. the playihg-through titlfr holder, won his place In the semi- final round- of the singles today in Llhe National 'indoor championship Sat the; time ihe letter was vcriltCTi, jate understood by everyone etting iortli the fact lhat Filmore O Don't jttUa- du.-t ted ill over home ot o9joe AD' uuuiluy futKu dujtii c: comtnoa ia g. Always 3 -la-Oce' cil tKIi way: Mcittea cloth a lilde cE olL .TKe-i Mpc dalh. od lo r.... any -aloo cl duil vill itick to ihe Not Ry KO aomr.sf.dic ehe. c Your Own Duillett Dt price In half, but even thea Foearfy lawn tennis tournament. In ih.e iifth dtctiae'd to accept. round Touehard. reeling otf cross- Tills leaves the fnlernaiional lea- C0ur'. shots al a pace lhat" held 0. opponent, in. check, With comparative circuit o' 1913 intact. JOHNNY I EVERS DOES TO BOSTON j Sliater, Ws won al 7- ease. ;by his victory was r-aircil ivilU Benjamin M. Phillips for tiie final. To Our Many Friends And Customers: Please (.ike iiollce (hat on and after rciiruary 23rd, 19J4, we the untfci1- -'-Wlirtlesalc Lirjiior Uealcivs -of (o do liescnl COLLECT and iiioiilbl.i ac- The -.Hudson's liay Ca. The C. J'aginK'ld Wine Spirit Co; B. Hcnter.. Lctlibridfrc Wine and Spirit Co. LcthbvlflgcAVhoJesjiicrs Ltd. W. J. SLEE IS DEAD Ir.formtd That He will Be Playtd at Base I Toronto, Or.t.. Feb. a lln- Feb. John .1. Vr 3. past nre- vwf, former manager of ffia Cla-'.Ment cf Caiiadian nngby foot- cago National leacue ciub, nho was iaii vnloa. anj'j one of the beEl- acquirod a few days ago Bos- km.ttt EpDrtiri, .-n-rllers in Canada, Ion Nationals, came hftre tonlsbt from his home in Troy, X.Y. Kvers was farormcJ that he would died this mormnj, play second and that Kweenc-y. was second ijaseniAn last year, CHINESE NINE Anscles, Cal.. Keb. IP. Ar- T.-oulrl bo in composition with Heal, a Tangemfnls for a baseball eame rccruil, (or Ihe third base rosition. tivec.l the of lite Chinese 'col- This wa5 llic stltemenl of Jlege o! Hawaii the Occiic-nlal Slai'inga, who :tUo said that Sweeney college ol Angeles, complet- cd lo.lay. Tlie saino 'alll he playtj here on March 1 i- CUBS' BOSS LAUGHS Seems to bi Surt of His Standing Against Those Who Oppos; Him j Kcb. and 1'crdue play iviCi OIL- Ci.l- cafio rubs, or Oiui v.iil no- fk'laK-l Clinrlt-i ITiiri-hy, in Jii3 offic? today, "t have tlifi cotiV t'letc formal r.a'-ers tcnfJinling tfit dtai in my Ijy Mr. Ga'f- of Ihe I'cston anri Mr. Tenor "nas ro nuro lo.ilo with tho inclt'jr than linn my p.n-J no am] no orerm- j Nation nf tntn to iiiitrrfnro in Uiis j Murphy that hu-1 iH-'.'ii serjt to SK-cencv at Boiton anJ I'erdue at Tfnn., ordering I (hen to report In ChkrtM >ton- I'lay leu Hall's tmle ways !n Qucbsc Jail a <-r.eet.wowJ inlernrlian rar. week. He nill jii.iy 'dty.rar wan hallj- cnuhccl Miortly for ffte siiltc heavier Intorurhan KING GEORGE NAVY PLUG OHE-WING TOBAPGQ IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF! Il surpasses all others in ntwljly and flavour because the pioccss by which it is made differs from is dcli- ciously sweet and non-irritating. SOLD EVERYWHERE: lOc A PLUQ ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC ;