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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1911 THE LETHBRIDCJE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MATCH SCORE INDICATES GOOD EN WERE PENALIZED Touring American Teams in al Chelsea London, George aud membarft of'tho Royal fam- ily are lo be urcser.t tomorrow al the baseball gair.o betwoA tha Nsw Yvrk and Chicago teamu. Tho gome Ii to ha slaved at llio foot- liari Practically lie enllre American colony will attend, together Mth tbo ftlnJte ol tho Kmhasay and L'u r. 3 UI ale-General. Tho Ktr.gr, ivlio Is an ardent follaiv- cr of football and 'cricket, has never v.'ilueascdn (tret claEsdasobsll game. Ha announced to hts-suUo. whea lie h'r-ard jSrnerlcan lo that lie would a fame .if soaaibJe. Today; he ilefinitely notified tiie managers of Ihp viiUins tea ID u" that ho 'would be vjeseul, _ iVruerlcarjji In. Lor.doa are houofirt that Urn Interest -diejilRyei in the game b3- the King will asulet In con- vening England to "bssebAll. The two tea KB were the guests of honor today at R. luncheon of the Am- c-rEcah business colony. Cosisut-Gen- eral Ferait, Kfb. last game ol liuckty was plarti tat tonight te- INTO BASEBALL ON A SHOESTRING AND OUT WITH A MILLION DOLLARS CAREER OF C. W. MURPHY TIRING CHICAGO CUBS' PRESIDENT 16 UNIQUE Chicago, Feb. 24.--'! sUcled ta-.fbaH with a shoestring awl night I am worth more than Charles Murfhy. v.V.o soM lu-oeu Uellevue and Vernie lesultins 1 under pressure yesterday tU coa- trolling interest in Hie Chicago Xa- in a score of two to "three, In favor of Fernie. The ice was in poor condition, but every man played as though it was a championship gatne. Youug Uunlop, ol the Krinio team, proved that he is fo bb depended up- on on all occasions. In the second period Dunlop' and Ciodo ol the [thing to worry about, is call- Fernio's, also Powers ot the Belle-ting me names and ctiticizir.g me und lional league club, said tonight. Mr. sat comfortably in a, nest ol lie is still sutler- ing lumbago, in the great room oi hfa home and skeined at peace with ihe vroiKl. "I'm a happy hft said, because 1 haven't thing to worry about, N'otiodj- is cat! vue's, were penalired. Tiie following is the line-up Fciuic J. Dunlop Dallacc Thrasher Position Point Hover Centre Left night SCOTTISH CUPi FOURTH ROUND seems as if a large weight been lifted from my inoulrters. I (eel Uellmie just like Ihe man who was askeU HbynaMvhat he would do it soir.e oue gave Kaurkothim He replied that he Rickey woulil seek the beat room in tlifr best Powers! imfel in town, leave a. call for '6 Scott'J o'clock the nest morning, and when Glasgow, Feb. Foliat- ing1 Is the official draw, made today for the fourth round of tho Scottish Cup, to be played oa Saturday, March 7, oa the 'ground of the first-named club othersiso arranged: Queeu'a Park Hlbornlans St. Mlrrea vs. Parllck Tbls- e.. Third VB. Sleveslon United. Motherwell TB. Celtic. B Miller A. C. KcotL CURLING THAT INTERNATIONAL The gteat international EUugftle takes place-toniotrow night at tic Curling rink. Frori] the interest displayed it is certain tfcat tlicre no less tbaii S rinVs ol tbe Scotch come into jtlie the who can quality io play with either national- ity are invited lo let either of the chieftains know so that the rinks can 'le formed and the plarers assijr.en There wlilie i capacity allenrianca Ho Ihdr places in time lo aiJpehr in al liie baaketball gameE al tho V. J1: t'.A. evening, or aucli are the in- dlcallo'ac. Tho locivi teams bavo been T-rcillcIng and foithf'jlly for ihcjr final 'so aialnst ihe last. Stir- ling ajgreeatloh anu If they don't Fupceed, in- earning ihe- they are arloist EOicir lo give (he en- cnij- before Ihey ile eure and get arounfl la tirae for tlic' r.lrl6' game. They clash at S o1- and this'Js goinp to bo some- thing of n Hpsnorler. The girls will litie.-np as' St. Dleselh, E. .Die- Eetji. Reid, Frayno and Hurray. j Tracy, Hen-1 IJrown'nnd ATmEtrong. After Ihe. girls decide their Issue, tbe interraediale Lelhbridge and Stlr- llrg'teafug win come togfther, ar.ii then Ihe big when the seniors of Lethlirldje'and Bllrlirig meet The local seniors ulll choose lueir llne- iip-.from: SIcKaln, Carley, "iTackenzip, IlohertB, Allan, Seldonbecher. tomorrow's paper.' The rivalry over the outcome greater than the- Mexican stow issuo, and the leaders are gathering their mightiest men beneath their respec- tive standards. SCOTS WIIA .HAE James Filz-JAmes Aird, cbiet o: the Mountain Mew .and all his clan. ScoU, H., Irom i.och Lomond. Scott, W. ScoU, n. Scott, A., from Aberdeen.. Urisce, .1., he was iwakened at that, tr.o w as iw orlcTt o go to Mr. Murpliy chuckled and then grew ierious when he ivas asked to tell low much Charles 1'.- Taft gave him lor the 53 pur ceut. ol the stock of the cluh. GHEATEST MONEYMAKER IN UAMU "I would be violating a confnitnce to the exact he replied, "but, estimated on the basis ol the price I received for my interest, the club is worth more than A half million or so is a lot ql mon- ey, but thE.CuSs arc worth it. Dur- ing the time 1 ran ilie club I hclleve it was' the most prosperous organiza- tion in tiie league." Murphy reiterated that he was, through with the financial er.d of- baseball, but said he was still a lov- er of the game. "I'm going to he just a- plain fan CON New York, Feb. received from Lender- states that preliminary arrangements have brcn made for tour across Canada of the tivi? cham- plonv rCsglish Association footbal1 team's .in The teams will he those who play.in the for t'ue Engllsb cup.iaiKi the tour will be bv permission ol ihe British Football association.; The viRit o' feanis to thf Dominion ol negotiations between- Con Jones, the Vancouv-Vr'lacrcsso magnate, and F. J.'Walh Vecre'tary of British ,o uc JUS, ,an and sit in the Weadjw's and yel! the players, roast the umpires 'and criticize the he raid. familiar the other side Hand back all SPEARMINT unless you see the name "WRIGLEY'S" and this spear: WRIGLEYSi SPEARMINT Tell your always to look for these two things or they will get one of the vile mixtures wrapped to resemble the delicious genuine. These are being offered (even from wagons) at any price. So for your own protection be sure it's the pure healthful WRIGLEY'S 5n I'm going (b have'a ol the i lot more fun thao Buchanan's Scotch The Scotch You Can't Forget! mel'.ovr.aged in nhtrry casSa tr.d IwlllcJ at the fmnouft BuclunJn dlalill' ftrlcl. This fir.e Q ov.tr nment standard" whisVy has bttn ilvorlle (or yfets. Ail in 0..1 Hriilir D.O. ROBL1N Marnoch, from 'Kilraarnock. licid, J., from" Inverness. MeNahb, D., Wanless, from Ayr. Woods, from Tarn O'fihanter. ilaeieazie, E. C., from Edinburgh. Uarnocn, W., Ben Seris. Stafford, A- H., from Auchinleck. Taylor, Dr., from Perth. L., I.och Artray. JlacKid, from Gtamore. Wallace, U. P., Pasna. Aird, Campbell. JacV, Allan, HUsgoir. ERIK GO BltAliGlt Brian Born BojiJ, King of Blarney Castle, acrt all sbcs of I'Irin's fsle. J. F. Hamilton, from Enniskilicn. KilpatricV, from llellasl. 'Franklin. Mulherh, from Tara. Davidson, 7'om, from CorV. Davidson, Uov, from Bray ton. Glertistcr, James, from Dublin. Stewart, J. S., from Eligo. Skfith, II. .1., (torn Killarney. Buchan, W. Ford.'K. KiJiham, S. Ximmons, C. Stacey, 0., from Londondcrrr. Stewart, K. P. SLcpberd, S. 0-, from .Kirkham, from Limerick. ntbBon, Dr., OUnt's CSUSOKIT. Iljli, W. 3. DEFEATED :PH1STENSKY Chicago, 111., Feb. Charles'Culler laal night, von bis wrestling rcatoh from Gil's- f.- lave -Fritensfcy in slralght foils. The first fa'.l -vtas In two minutes and Ihe second In sis. Made in Canada 7 Scott Sul'oronto.OBi. QUEEN'S PARK ENTERS THE FOURTH, ROUND Glasgojv, J'eb. Pork, at home, met and defeated Airdrle- oniaus, 2 soals to 1, in Hie replayed cup tic. Queen's Park, therefore; ea- .er the fourth round.' b'oothall issdciationj, with the RrUisb whose'.head- quarters are-in iloul'rcal. Vi'all, who is Uie'little in Eng- is: eiithuaiaslic over-tl.'e pecls of the whichVit is not in- tended shall be a money 'making one, but rather- educative. The Rulish association wiH retain control of the ivhilo in the Dominion, and the spectacle oi cnia- teurs ar.d playiog in tte ssnje team irlll te a novel for j tho be i between the Tirilish cup tie teams, i Ij'ut' it is hoped that representative Canadian soccer elevens will alsoj play .the visitors. With the consent of the l-niled States association, also affiliated, it is' p'rohablt that the tour mil he ex- tended into the States, a side trip heing madn from Vancouver to tbe San Francisco-Panama Exhibition. Lookfor the spear BUY IT BY THE BOX pf twenty packages. It costs less of any stays frfiah until used. 78 JlcVsm, Jiidie, from (Heodclaugh. Any- o! the Terrier's or Gillie's names that be left off it is hereby requested that such le handed to the Hon. Sec'y. TO later than morning N'OTF.S 'The Irish hope (o lie able to enlist Ihe aid of rv well knonn and popu1; ng lady to arl as their mascot, ugti Kcott has retired to the coun- Iry for n lew days lo allay his ex- citement and render himself in fit shape to undergo Ihe strain o( the possibility pi being deleated.by on Irish'rinV.. roiosro u LIVERPOOL BEAT WEST HAM Ixmdon, .Feb. the'-replayed iip-lio lolav, Liverpool defeated West Ham United "he score ol.fi goals tol. LivcTiioolj therefore, wilt meet Queen's Park Hangers In tbe fourth round on March 7. SIElUf. HIGH RIVER LADY TORONTO MAN'S HEIR Toronto, Ont., Veb. eElate of was leffyi- C. J. Hohl, vice- president of tho w: i- D. Dlneen Co., Jtailera, died on January' 2C. whom are Carrie Skltcli, Hlgti niTer, Alia., who gels SI5.200; Willie Skltcb, Calgary, and Qedrge ilor, nephew, Vancouver, ONE SUPERINTENDENT WOOPHOOF RESIGNS FOLLOWING SIGN- ING OF UNION AGREE- MENT Feb. -All efforts to novo the British government to re- coniider its deciElcm not to pnrtlci- pato officially In the Panama Pacific Exposition, at San Franciscov Itavo foiled. Sir Edward Oroy, the foreign secretary, invited in the llouso Arthur Lynch, >in Irish Nationalist member, had been catchcolog tho [crelgn secretarj- on the subject, put n a farting shot: "If you attach ED much importance to, the gooil-ivlH of Lbe United States, u-hy don't you take better means to cultivate it" of Coron-.ona today to take Bteps "to retrieve the Eald that the government could not con- matter or modify Its prev- ious decision. Sir Edward added that In deciding Edmonton, Alta., ing to the agreement between Mayor McXamara and the Street Hallway Men's Union, which was signed re- cently by the 'Mayor, W. T. Wood- j cot lo participate, the British govcrn- L. nv Uent had Int" In" account Uio rci. 21.-0biect- attached to the matter In MAN MISSING: 100 AUTOS DESTROYED Orff Lynn, Mass., Keb. hun- dred automobiles Tvoro lost In a fire which destroyed the Ksfiex garage, a three-Etorey brlcTt building on Dro.ld rool, supcriafendent of the street- railway department, has tendered his resignation to Commissioner John Chalmers lo take effect. April l..Su- perintcr.dect Woodiool refused lo at- tach bis signature lo tho Street Hail- way Men's afirtement st.ited (hat San Francisco and Ibroughout tho U, 3, He concluded: "I am very much aware of tho Immense Importance of goodwill oi the Unlled Stales. We attach tlia greatest lo o! policy wn have ratde It qulto appar- nt how much value iro do attacb to street today, with a loss An nrnjiloyee ig missing. Twelve fire- men ware seriously hurt in a hot air explosion. would accept a street railway po- red him in Vancouver. U. S. PitLa'-mrg, JUDOE DEAD Pa., Feb. James Young, of (he Hnllcd States Dislricl Court for tho western dis- trict of Pennsylvania, died suddenly at his home hero today. PLUG TOBACCO REBELS FLEE GOVERNMENT TROOPS HAVE RECAPTURED THOU AND KEEP MARCHING ON NATIONALIZE ALL THE OIL LANDS OF MEXICO IN APRIL Jteilco, Feb., for (he nationalization 61 all-Uio oil laudVin Mexico Is to be forced throush. tin neit Mexico congress, which con- venes on April 1, according to aji ad- mission made today by Qufrido Mo- heno, the bead ol the neir cabinet post ot commerce and industry. Cape llartlcn, Haj-ll, Feb. 21. The government troops lodav recap- tured Irom ttic rcixls, (he town ot Trou, south ol I'ort The victorious amir continued its march towards Oiianjmintrifi, where tha reb- els under Senator'Uatllraar Theodore took refuge when ther fled Irom Cope Hajtlen. At the same time, a rtetactimtni ol government troops, commanded General Carlos Zamor, proceeded by sea (o attack Pott T.lberle. AFTER CHRISTY Ken- York, X.Y., Feb. 25.--It lenrncil today that the Federal le.i ere after Christy Matlhoiton to man- HrooWyn, One Mother's Experience In January, 1911, Mr. Alson S. Shautz, of Didsbury, Alta., was granted an Imperial Life policy for He failed lo pay the second annual premium in January, 1912, and allowed the in- surance fo lapse, although every effort thd Company to induce him to continue the policy. A few weeks ago lits mother notified trie Company of Mr- Shantz's sudden death. Imagine the bitterness of her disappoint- ment to Icarn that owing to his neglect she was "deprived ol the benefits of the in- surance! Moral: If. you hold an iImperial policy, maintain it at all hazards, for when least ex- pected, Us protwds may be urgently needed. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Wiiie, IHsJrkf XaMftr, If yav Ajtfx'l ft lir.firitl felitj, ftt ;