Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAJLY HERALD PAGE FIVE MS. TOFTS OF IHE CURLING LETHBRIDGE CURLERS RETAIN CADILLAC TROPHY Taber Challengers Defeated Have Challenged Tussle (or to Viaf- Day cf Curl- jna Great Britain Awaits U. S. New President and National Director to Be Chosen Soon Will I5e Acceittable to Clias. P. Tali !iud Pleased Cincinnati, Feu. iSl.-As the result his reliirir.ent; between Raulzed baseball. "Mr. I alt offered ,.ir.e more money thai 1 ever thought of conferences held today ROUTE OF FLIGHT ACROSS THE Tua Cadillac L'hallerge trophy rfe- malus In the Tabc-r curl- ers falling to lift toe Iror.by E-.Uu-.'ay. the local devotees of th> roariri' game defeating the iuvaJtM uy to 13. tho total numbt-r of puiuU mado In tbe matches. The margin by Lethbridge defeated Taber was not sufficient to convince the van- lulshcd knights tliat the Cadillac Iro- pby is buyond Ihelr reach. Though Slewart Odetto Rarnea Green Ltthbridje H. II. Bruce- Crawford McCarty 5 Wallace, skip.. N. P. Kirkham Dr. Gibson Williamson Mlddleton.Eklp 11 M'Arlhur. skip lO Thirteen ends played. The Banquet The spread at the Dallas hotel took the form of a banquet, with Judge Jackson officiating as toastmasler; loasts wero made in plenty, and a real curlers' good tlmo was the d. The Mexico was on the rocks ar.d her crew and the remaining life-savers were washed ashore. Hamilton. Ont. Feb. fin- ancial statement of tho Hamilton Just Iss-ied, shows the club to 10 prosperous, a surplus of-13500 be- ng to the club's credit at the end of the season. Of this amount high wind. Telegraph and telephone wires demoralized, especially south' snd west of here, and steam railroad traffic was badly delayed. In central Illinois and -Missouri, many trains were reported stalled by the deep snow which was drifted bad- ly hy the wind. 'intcrurban lines were out .of commission and in several cltiej street car traffic was stopped. Local Pointt Competition Tho points competition for local curlers must be played otf on or he- fore Kebzruary 28, nnd entries must be in Ihe hands ot the hon. secretary right away. The first prize will con- sist ot a set of carvers, donated bi- lbo Western Canada Agency; Beoond prize, a gold medal. The highest score among Hie green curlers will receive a fllvcr medal. strike, and I fanned. I mailo a merits noic tbat the next lime I would be watching for this. It wasn't until following series with this club that j tho same filiation arose, and then the catdHT catim out. -with his: "Come on, now. Two strikes and nothing. Get this guy." Knre enough the next came up tho groove, and 1 kissed It for three bags. He has not trlocl to bo wise with me recently, So'lt will be seen that baiting is something besides Juet bitting the ball. N.H.A. RESULTS Of SATUflOAY, Tprontos 3, Canadians 2. Wanderers 12, oilawas 3. 10, Ontsrlos 3. COAST CHAMPIONS ON WAY EAST WILL PLAY GAME AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, .Man., Feb. their way cast to piny for (he Stanley Cup, the Victorias, nhamplocs of the Pac- ific Coasl professional hockey leegue, will play tho team from Vancouver, which accompanies them on Ihe trip, in Wlanlpog, March S. on the evening of TO COMMAND CANADIAN AT BISLEY 1914 Toronto.''Onl., Feb. Col. Sam Hughes announces that .Major Hart Mcllars of Vancouver will be co-.flmander of the Blale-y team this year. Because It's A Better MODEL T. Touring Car. f. o. Ontario: Get pBitlculare from Virtue Bros., ford Garasi Agents.