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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, ;THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HRRAI.D PAGE FIVfi nlBERIA H EDMONTON SEPTETTE Defeated Medicine Hu( for Tille Last Night at The City 11 fo 5 Medidin- Hal; Vel. 24.-Ouu-lass- Ins Lhe Icn-iuX iti iudivld'jal stick as Itt the. uniform el- ienivrr.css ot tlieir roinliinatioii plars. ftliuoatuu Dominions tonight i'ar- licii on tic Alhtrta rlidmpionstiip by :i store of 11 to 3i'The- wnVnrsi; IM Jlcrtinnc lint iMeiivt !n Hie lit.sl ]ierioii materully. helped in Riving ihe 1 sanif to thi: visil'ois. The srore at hall lime stood'7 fo but a sliiti in 1lic line-up tbe aspeot of af- fairs in the RC'Coml period, and the belated materialization of tLe flat's combination iVork tbi1. nomiu- lur.s all i-nlfyl; do to leop tlic store from'striking an evr-n balance. Stanley, ami Cook distmguishfil :iti' a most manner, Uaird and llanuers were not f.ir rbrhiud. 'hcc'Jng of-Jtie.viaitinH forwanls, par- liciiiarly in the first was an cs- exhiliitlott of Iioclcr. at goal, 'defended bis net in a way that 'surprised even the bandful of Edmonton rooters, nbilt U'au a tower.ol at point. Tor the- Conrad playetl the shadiest gnnie. all 'through, and Doivd, who hail risen from a sick ).rd (o play, rivalled best of tlie visiting seven in.putting over a ser- ies of brilliant efforts. The- was quite clean except for a row between Uaird and Conrad in, ir.e last half, which sent them to 1l.e [enec for six ininutcs eacii. The lir.c-up Medicine lint 1'osilion Dyniinionii Coal. 5Iay Point Devine anil Dunn McGovem Ciner Point Iliini: and Dowd- IJoyil Cook Dowd and Evaus Stanley Centre liv.ins anil IMir.glon f.eo Cook Left Wiug Cory, Uaird liight Wing Conrad M timers ]Mcl.cod. of llannay. Goal Period: I.V ruin. Stanley, 4 mirj. Stanley, Doin.; 10- iiiin. .Stanley, Dom.; 13 ruin. Manners, Dom.; 15 min. Leo Cooi-, Dora.; 20 mm. Manners. Dora.; 35 min. T.eo Cook, Dora.; '26 m'in Kvnns, Mtd. Hat. Second -Period 4 min. Edingtoii, Mcd. Slat; 4J rain. Stanley, Dora.; )5 min. Jlaiir.trs, Dom.; 18 mini Kd- tiigton, TM. Hat; 23 min. Leo CooV, Horn.; Kdington, Jled. Hat min. Evans, 3led. Hat. CURLING I SCOTCHMEN IRISHMEN r.ter national Encounter Coming Off Curling Tfcey w it ibcre bo Ibt 1 veiy devil to pay ibis Bo far can be It v.UI takf on Thursday nlyiil, aud tbe place of in- terment will be at the C'urihig Hnk. The occasion will be the clashing ol ihe Scotch failles acid the Irish ler- rlers. The Scotch arp, it is rumored, sitting up lute fct uighi. end after the Irish retire from ilie rink, vei tan eee Bleat thy forms i Fourth avenue, and silently and j ty le-laklng ibeuifolvefe iw lhat build- liiS where the fray is lo t-f fousbt, understand that Jl is !u the ;wcc snail hourg ot (he morning (they finish tlielr training and arc able lo reach their bed. The Irish are not to these lactice, we are formed, and under the leadership of Iliugii EO.KJ, ue are doing marathonr. every evening. It Its reported that the tnptaln took Lis bunch away frosn the rink on Salur day ntebl, while Jocft firuce and Geonlle Wanlets were Claying ap- Taber, and made" them do sev- eral miles In the snow, anJ when they It is raid wlial they promised thev would do to Jamie Aird and Ms bunch will haro'iy besr repeating. The ice is m fine shape, the only 'far being lhat Ihe "warmth of the contest may make !t too sr-H epccdy curling Further particulars will THE TEAM THAT IS ALMOST CERTAIN TO WIN THE NATIONAL JOCKEY ASSOCIATION CHAMPION- SKIP OF.CANADA and to play off for the Stanley-Cup. Tbe Toronto, (iueen City It-am." which is backed bqckcy fans nil over Uio country to n-iu the II. A. thrunpionPiiip. Tlie.tcam from left to rig'-i' Rear FVank Foyston. (lEoree McXaciara, Allan Davidson. Con. Cully 'Fmuk Cairoli. Kirst ciu-e Frank Cameron, Jack (captain and Hoy McGIfiin, Harry Holmes. GOTCH MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT If Friileniky-Defeats Cotlsr ar.i Zbyukoi He'lt Make a ''Conic-Back" Cliicayo, III.; Vet. tiOtcli, the wojWs beivyweigM wresliine chansplou, dnnounc- etl bis retirement, from the linsj, gaEd today tbal if Charles Culler, of Chicago, is defeated vonlefjt In bis match wilh (Juslavo FrlBten- sky, the lioberalati heavytvetglu, and that if Krisfen.sky in turn de- teats Slanislmis X.liysrio. he. will re-enter ijair.p. mul will RO to tbe mat for a finish with Frisien- sky. Well .Matched Cutler and Filfiicjisiiy concluU: cil their cotidUioning today, ar.J said they were in perfect form for .-tonight's riiatcli.. .Tiiey are said. to. ho inore evenly" matched (ban any two lhat have met this season or last. Xeillier is .said to-have auy particular advantage. Tim winner nt" 'tosilshl's. liiiatcti. will lie pitiiedVhgainst Xbyezlid, WATSON PUTS BUD ANDERSON IN DISCARD Medford Boy Sadly Is Stopped In "the Fifth Aound HOW ORGANIZED BASEBALL HAS PROTECTED FEDERALS FARE? SEMi-FiNALS OF THE LOCAL COMPETITION TLe results night in Ihe loc-.il competition brought the survivors in- to the finale. Tbp results In tlie draw were: Skellli 1- McXabb S R.R. Macleod 7 Nimmons 6 Siaeey 7 Clark 9 In (he second clash the results (By Hugh The" sad part of Vlic' great baseball war -is thatTwhether the Federals win" or lose, the ball players' or their 'successors must pay hack'all the big Increases of satan niuch.ol tbe cost of war, for as soon as peace is j restored (which it inust he oa some basis :.ifoon, ar.d life, sioohet the Ifsa tbe" loss) tbe ouuti's" viU'do as they have bacit their [fosses by down salaries. danger to the players, now tbal" thfl Dackcrs oi the Federal lea- gue may "quit." The officials of or- :gamzeil ball say they will quit. II it vill be retordtyl as the niodt cruel blow players ever inflicted since the National league broke the Riotherhoort by bribery Aird 9 Skeith ..8 Clark Thla brliifia the coiujjetiUou to the scml-fjnaia. r.-Ith Reid to ulay AJrd and R. R: Macieod to rlay Wanlesa. Xo programme can be arranged for -.onEghl, IT the vreather ho] to. two rinfeB win be here from Taber to com for the Cadillac. In the event of Jie Taber teams not arriving in the afternoon, tbe genii-finals as above ill bo "R. E. -McArthur's culis have a challenge to anr green rink for. a match.'. Challenges -arc cow In order and Ice will be reserved Tor sanies on application. PROFESSIONAL TENNIS CHAMPION OF WORLD Geo. Covey Arrlyas on Thig SEdt Pre paratory for His Match With Jay Gould, the Amateur Xew Teh. F. Covey, professional court tenn! L'hampion oE the "world, arrivetl hen today from Liverpool, to prepare for his title match with Jay Gould, araa- Call Moitcy Going to Do the Huiupty Dimply ioutreal Star. 'inance Estimates Reduced iContlmie.l from front ESTIMATES FOR 1914 KECimatei 15 U JIO.DOO.CC' 3.500.C-0 Actual 1913 alaries stationery and adve-riiElng merest. 3iid exchange (1913 expenditures cot distributed, probably about 500.00 itrcot lighting nsurancc Slaffordville taking over eipcneea Alterations to offices Agricultural Society InEuranca 2.3Q0.1S lent (share) 333.33 fees 25.00 -1.S3S.30 135.00 "elegrains Section day expenses City Charter........................... Jebentnrft insurance and commission, )cbenturc coanniision Wreath Electric................................... Stores, etc............ Janitor Haciiai Hallway............................ 'o old charter.................. Auditors fees (share) See salary 1914 Registration Bank solicitor's fees Statutes Car tickets Union of Municipal-lieu..........-- Expense Debenture Bylaws.................. (JuHraniee Honds -v.......... Telegraph.Code Moving safe............................... Auditors fees (en'ooial) Expenses re Sale of Debentures Convention P. 0, Box Kent Passing en City Debentures Fire Hall expense (share of cleaning, Leases on land at Rlycr Bottom Wbollen Mill Debenture Payments 100.01' 150.00 300.QO 100.00 It 150.00 100.00 500.00 Ilribery; in fact, always has been ihe [tciir champion. The contest bo 66.4S 1.C47.0S 481.31 833.35 100.15 '2.50 96.05 35J. 35 111.S5 14.10 10B.OO 314.00 T04.4S :rci 26.00 105.7T 6S7.1C, 1SO.OO 100.00 100.00 S29.4S .CO 40.00 13.5U C3.1H) 49.00 850.00- 40.00 2S.OO iq.OO 48.00 J20.00 1, 557.15 20.00 15.00 570.00 703.00 231.40 227.57 "233.68 method ol hreAking rival leagues, liribcry broke the Hrolheiliood, un- dermined the. .American association SALTS CANNOT HARM KIDNEYS BACKACHE is SIGN YOU HAVE BEEN EATING TOO MUCH MEAT ing the rciiiilrctl JS TVTien your kidneys hurt and your back feels don't gel scared.rnid proceed lo load your stomach vi tot of drugs thiil.excite tbe kidneys and irritate the urinary trad, Keep your" kidneys clean likft yon keep your hnfivets clean, by flushing them with a mild, harmless sails which re- I lie body's urir.oug waste HimiJatcR them to tlieir normal tlvilj'. The futicllon of Ihe" kidneys fs [o filter the blood. In 24 hours lbc> strain from it'500 grains of acid ant iMnte, so. we can readily underslam the vital Iniporlnnco of keeping the kidneys active. 36te of can't drink get from any pliarnv acfst nboul four, ofjpil tako n table spoonful In a glass of ivalor before breakfast each mornlnc; for a fuVuaya and jo'.ir kidneys will acl finp. Ttils famous aalts Is from ttie of gropes nnJ Ictnon Juice, combined u-llli lilhla, -ind tonight, boen ueeil for generation? (o clean nml' ftlimnlato kidneyn; also to iieiitrnHzd the. aclcls in urine U no loiiRCr Is B source of irritation, thus emling bladder Jad Sails Is o.innol in.ikes a delighlful cfTervpscrnt drink which cterjone San Cal., Feb. of Los Angeles wa's given llic j decision "asl niglH over "Bud'1 Ander- EOU of Metlford, Ore., at tbe end of bo fifth round Ecbcduletl twenty- rounu niateli. The men are welter- weights. Anderson quite help- CSH, and the reEerco stopped tile lout lo Fave liim from needless pun- ishment. AmlerEon allowed a flash his old- time speed in the. first round, but in the remaining rounds he was clearly outpointed. Toward the- close of the fourth round the bell saved Ander- son from a knockout. IIo was caught squarely on tho.chin by A right swing. He came hack groggy'and "weak (n the opening of the .fifth, and it wa's tip parent thai he was In no condition to continue the fight. The rpfrrct; raised Watson's and declared him the winner. I.asl nlghl was Anderson's first ap- pcarflnce other tban A boxer, II was said by local JIMMY of the St. MieliaeVs team, legarrfert as the est amateur team in Canada, which ayed the UevMand A. the lampJuns oi (Etc Uniteil Scales and oncjyerors of a score of other Canad- in cities, in Toronto ou tiie lanci came rrar wiecking the Ameri- can league in its infancy. It is being writers Hint be. had difficulty in. mak- S3 -j BONSPIEL FINISHES AT FERNfE McMaster and Herchmer the Prire Hockey Tonight Kernlc, H.C., Feb. local tonaplel WAS linifiiied on Saturday nlfbl, Oleson's 'rink n inning cups, the Kornlo Club cup Olespn tiie Grjind Challenge, ant Jlerchtner the iiolnls competition. of hocTicy b'elween lieltc- vne and Pcrnic bo i at ttv tiled now. The who can be cd arc bcirtfi takru to high places and shovn promised lands. Tiie loenl toain hns working hard to get in shape, us Hollevnc has the.record of having fastest in ttie Crow's It gllP. V BASKETBALL CHALLFNGE slionbl laVc now and llicn to konp their kMncya ddon anil nctlvo. Try This, also Koap up Uio u-nlcr and no dotihl you will wonrtrr win I liecamc of your Vhliu-y iioiiUle and .1. II. fc Vu.t Ltd., Druggists. "A" of "All .SlarR" tn a nn Kiiday, February U7. Thij.tearn to he plcli- rfl from plajnrs an: i-lEKildc for Sunrlrty pc-hccil loams only, I "or llcirtnrs EVERS SATISFIED BERTH AS-MEMBER OF BOSTON TEAM But Trojan Says He Would Have Liked a Chance to Lead Cubs to Peuninl This Year Troy. N'.Y., Feb. Evere, nrstv.hilo in; of Chicago ihs, s.iys he is Ihe hapnk-sl man In held at tho Phiiadolnliia Hacquet cluh on 16, 13, and 21, and will con- sisl of the best seven out of thirteen eels. Covey, if he will receive a purse of tTro-lhirds of Ihe gate receiiits and liis If de- feated by Gould, jAftle valued al 'will ho awarded the Americau Covey receiving and two thirds of tbe gale recclpte. The English professional, who won his title in 1011 by defeating "Pug" will proceed to Philadelphia wllbln a fojv days Eor practice upon Iho court, "where ihe. championship match will he played. The contesl is of interest, both bore and It iB the first inlernatuHv al match of U'H. the nvorW. [ors tells In a sicncd stateuiesit K.v- appreciation of the ibcral contrftct given him by Presi- dent (iaffnoy of the Bozton Nattonnlp. Vt I hough he commends Hie fairness ot the Bosion fans, Kvers sajs be would like to have remained as nian- eer at Cliloaao nt least nnoiher year. 'J might liavo made a belter pliow- ng" than In might even have led the team to the lop of the Nn- tlqnai salrt tbe Trojan. "J know 1 have one bad fault, thai of losing my (emner, but 1 have re- formed some !n this rp.'pecE. 1 cbnned only ten times last year, while in in 12', beforn I was manager, trie umpires found it ncccspary to tie a can (o me twenty-five times." WILLIE RITCHIE UP HIS PAYS INCOME TAX Sflii Francisco. CaL, Feb. j Ho nitclile, the lizhlweisht champion, into the c'fico of the collect- or of internal revenue here yesterday and paid his Income tax. He 13 he- liovtd to be the fiiel prizcfishler In the co-jntry lo declare his earnings and setllo ulth the government. Owing lo illneea end injuries, nit- clile has been Idle for the last four months, hut he declared to a conaider- j tibtfe Income, the amount not being made public. L'nforseen cxreiiEes on basis ol previous years... "SNOWY" BAKER TO INTERVIEW PACKEY Chicago, Hi, Feb L.- Uakcr, tlic Auslrnllan boxing promot- er, rr.ichcd Chicago yesterday In his quest of boxers to make a lour of his j country, lie to remain hern i several days before leaving (or I lYork. Among the with TWO NEW EYEWITNESSES OF SHOOTING HAVE BEEN FOUND i ho hag arranged to confer IK I'acfcey i McKarland. Winnipeg, .Man., Feb. cation for. ll.c postponement uf John Krafchcnlco's lti.il was made before i the Cleveland liockey team, s of tflsltrrt fijUe-d' Hllhtea. QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY TO BfD FOR ALLAN CUP Kingston, OnL, Kennedy, of Queen's Senior Intercol- j legate hockey ttp.ni, champions of Hie InferoollfcsHAte league, stated this ntotninR ihnl he uou'd send in a challenge to Iho tTiislcoj o' the Allan cup. Providing the dales set by the trustees arc not wi> ifttc, will journey to Winnipeg, and tndenvor to an-ay Uio Cliief Justice" Mathers this morning by .J. SufTield, and was trial will go on al Moidcti March In. Durir.g the argument by Mr. Suffleld, and Crown Attor- ONLY RHINO'CEROS SKELETON IN scraped and dried skeleton of the rhinoceros from Uamum and Dfliley's Circus IA now'mting: n tbe University museum. Lasl-summer the hlg juilnul dted and pre- sented to Uio nnlvcraHy. Tbe heroic task of cutting tbe carcase away-from aketatcn al a lime when Iho temperature was hovering round the was performed by the curator of tho Dr. Pride. y.''-: ney II. gs, Hip Uller made impoiUnl statcmrr.i new been found who were esc of the spooling of M: Arnold, manager of the Plum Coulee branch n! Ihe Hank ot Mont- real, In addition lo the .filly-lhtra uitncsses who had slvcn evidence al the preliminary bearing, six olhcrs will be called by the Crown, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND M.EXANUEK LAIRD, Gtoiral M.nigf r JOHN AIHD, Mtatff V. C. BROWN, SoiitriiitftJiitiit of Central BTanclKi CAPITAL, FUND, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The.Canadian Bank, of Commerce enable the traveller to provide liinieelfwith funds without delay at csch point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive manner, '1'hey are issued payable in every country in the world in denominations of with the exiict equivalent in. the moneys of the principal countries on (he face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely ufc, idcntifying and easily negotiated. Lethbridge Branch R, L Byrmner, ;