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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE XETHBBIBGE DAIIt1^-Kad his ajnateur card cancelled; ;hav-,;;in|; admitted playing proteBslonal si^Cltey: on the Gait team three y^nrS .;va|(6;andIieo Cook, of the Taher teahi, aid his card ^suspended for the i-e^ itndoV of the aeeeion for keeping' im regarding tiie amateur standing' v^.Platte/ after a lengthy meeting of tiiip AlbarU Amateur Athletic Union i�tjOatfcKr# yesterday alcemdon aiid: ijJS^tfidavits wer� brought in and the b^ateurihody listened to iBo manycon- ^S^|iR-;S'!tadting.ftrei^w it ;i?as'almost 3^^^?|^0BalbIe'*o; settle upon what pun-&i|i\si|ls]nent':shouId;.:be:!mciea^:OUt:-'-^ ;,i:v,:,,: " lsa*^'iceacon';^"WWtB'^.b^ ;5;jgw^e,;0n vfor' theEakimoB, but he wftS tlQER STARS ^f;^''',''�' ,'Kt^W>,'tCriwfor.d and Stanage are X^!;^m .'TioJdHOuts';, of the Detroit Tigers.' '.Vi^.�^^5|ttii|-salary lnoreas^;and they i;;�;npitforibcoulng;;� Manager ^^J^^ s iiw;?r *eaf;'pf � pnalSlfe^to leave with the club to-. knimi'J'm.^^.comrades ,in ? JOHNSON BARRED BY 4^ CANADIAN OFFICIALS BuffalOi FA. 25.-7-Jack Johnson, the negro pugilist, is denied entranoe to Canada today as the result of a general order issued by the Dominion government to Immigration inspectors at all of Its border points, dqpies of the order aF$ published here today. John-sojilis >�i:�piied aa an "undesirable** by the Canadian authorities. The order followed negotiations' to f keep Johnson out of the Dominloti between the department; of justice at Washington and tbie Ottawa authorities. By HARRY LEWIS HIT BY MOTOR 'BUS HIS EARNING POWER IN THE RING DIMINISHED . CURLING LADIES TOjWORROW NIGHT Competition for - Fair Sex-Men Sklp--Four Mi�ed Rinks .Win ^^omorrow erenfaig will be ladies night at the:ourling rink. The mar^ rled ladles venous single ladies will bo (he order on the program, with gallant knightd: like John Bruce, Dune; Duff, W. R, Seattle, W. J. Nelson, E.a M^oKoiisiJe; O. Mttgrath, _L. W. Clark and JaS.Alrd assuming'the heavy-weip;hfc'i^^ the tour xtnks^a* wili/comp^^ The ladklfi'^ho will take part have Qui^e^'irjmowl^^ge/ofvthe game and it Trill nojibeith^lrflrat appearance man-ipulsiingithe roicke In the royal roarin' game; though it will bo the first time thslt their \pc0WMB has been offered to th^regularigaae of thousands who will ctowd'the scene of hostilities tomorrow nlghfcf;;^ Standing room at a firemlum., Go early and avoid the ru8hi>.The first guns will be fired at r.46. ' - .Two ladles and two men will compose each rink, The ladles who will take part are: Misses Aird, Nimmons, -Rush, McKenale; Mesdames Stacey, Blanchavd^ Seattle, and Alrd. London, Feb. 36., - The American boxer, TTarry Bcstcrman, -known as ;H3Trv Lewis, is suing Uie British Blotor Oab Co., and Omnibus Go., for injures receivad in * collision between a taxi and a motor bus in 1913, to which he attribxites his defeat in the contest with Carpentier, and alleges that his earnings'dropped from $9500 to $4000 si' yeari His counsel in court yesterday ftudted the report of Lewis! showing agaiiist the Frenolt "champion, which: stilted that Lewis had lost his  punch and the blows he delivered we/c as harmless as an application of cold cream. ,-ATOMcBILE VERSUS ICE BQAT: TOMMY STILL AT IT Burns'. Campaign of Spring Advertising Invades Now york-His Latest Line New York; Feb. 25.-Tommy Burns writes that he ig-coming on herei"to defend the heavy\yeight championship now that Johnson is ;out of it." "No negroes," says Burns. He adds that he thinks McGarty is not overanxious to meet him, thoug^b, no matter how big be the guarantee; , � "I know all about McCarty," says Burns. ,"1: gave .him a tryont: here about two years ago. He would look good against Jim Flynn,_who is coming and running into the punches all the; time. From whdt 1 haye heard he is a good telegraph pole after a few rounds.' I caiv beat McCarty as easily as I beat Marvin Hart in Los Angeles. If i; don't bo.v Wells in Australia I may go to London.*'/.'; tcn^i1i^yMdU?5�AW-ic dto.' ed||^aa^e^ej^^tid by 2'goals CLOSE GAMES LAST NIGHT ^...byH ioal to ^1. Sindcriand-aefeate4"Derby County. �3 ioalB^o nil' In-a first division Ther^ wese many hotly, contested. --.compeUtionSi the qnrUng jink last 4night, T)i�,soorea w^re cut fin* almost in every case. They w^ere: iS-d fl,-.:E|oyd 8. B^pef~6, Nouise 4. Hamilton 9, WauUess 8. Sb'epberd. 8,- MoMablj 5. Reld 10, R. R. Macleod 7. Niflson ?. smith 6. Draws for Tonight At 7 p.m. (8 ends): Nourso Ts, Nelwn. Staoo^-'vs.\MoN4bb. -  SmHJi V8.;avuee. Btid'Vs. Boyd. , At.9 p.nh.'(lftende): , '*'.^rd vs, R, Maoleod. / Simpson tb! Ql^ister. N. T. Maojpod v's. Shepherd. ,gefttr�,vtfJ:;pibije. -, - , ' WITH THE TRUNDLERS EdiNGOT "t BALKED IN PRACTICE AND WAS SHOWN WHO'S WHO AND WHY LETHBif!IIDQe MARKKTB People-come annually from Boston, find other parts of North AmeHea for the ica.hoat.rating season on Toronto Bay.'.but this year they had to wait for weeks longer than usual for the season'^.to'open, owing to the mild weather. When finally zero weather came, there wa^" greater congestion than usual on the frozen siicfaceof the harbor. The picture llluatrates the conclusion of a race between an Ice-boat and an autqmobllp. The latter won. Recent des-patches tell,of an Icc-bbat collision at Efije,%Pa., resulting In the death of one woman and the serious Injury of three other persons. [ Promlrient.rn Eastern Hockey ) MACLEOD TRY WANTS TO � CONCLUSIONS AGAIN With Local Bovwlers-rGetting In Trim for Provincial Tournament ^HE iJETHBRIGE DOQ SHOW e of-A-prll'lBth-proniiBea;.io he^n-itie history of-I*th-ialong with the Fat Stock |^i^&fai^f;JDb^|||�i? Kuoin* ihe^hda^ds. The Aiio- shows �.canri;ioli/t.igether, -'on /A^ril .16-^C6'-Wft-'-aB*'i�'pth' yitt^e'lield at 'flMBon/Park .'fair^ grounds, there 'be plenty of attraction for every- yfili'^p" V"-^^/f^'^'J,. ' ali others in-die shade, .*nd "gepretaJTiT^ t;doubies when the tournament opens', at one o' clock this afternoon. In the si'ngles,. - Fred Falkenberg, former Cl�v^land;, American league baseball club pitcher,;will participate. Falkenberg will also roll in the two man events. He Is paired with F. Wilson, the Toledo bowler,; , In the five-man event for tonight i^tlie CnlUes, of Calgary, Alta., will roil, The Margavds, five of Cincinnati, and the Woolster team ,from, St. Louis are also, scheduled ;in! the; night .events. ' The last of .the .Toledo' teams will roll this afternoon and tonight. Delegates to the ;A. B. O, business;, meetings ofi Thursday and PYiday also hel gan arriving today. At theje meetings a number of changes ar^ expected to be made,in the rules of the organization. If Judge Howard, of Chicago, d� cldes notto.accep* the office ofpregil dent again, friends of-R. D, Brown, of LoulBvllle,' 'will try 'to procure his el ection, � " ' �� � - ' Chicago, Feb. 25.-The White-So.ic baseball ctub stands to pay out !more money.; for young ball;.players'this season; than any other club |n the major league. ��;.�;^.^0��;;^�-;'�; President Charles Cq^lskejr already has signed cheauos for $23,000 for players,; purchased' last'\qummer and fall and he still has $12,000 to,pay In the event: .Uiat the ;recruits bought make good in California, on the train-ing trip. This will m'akef.?35;000 paid out for the purchase of'players alono. In addition to this amount $6rt0; was paid for drafted playerWibrihging the total to $41,050 which'tth^;; Chicago American league club-Btands'to'spend for prayers to try out-foe-the 1913 .season; �..',�� - ��;;;, "iji;;;;-:?^-!r.-i-;i-'�!;.'��'�: �.,. - Nearly $400,000 has Jheeni^spentuby: the two major leagues?"fo^';p8w-iJ5�lay-i ?T8 to ,he tried tbl8>',oomf5^,VfSpTing. This Is $100,000 le'ss . thaiiV^as expended last year, butrestrictlions: h5-''l" ,,-WM;vv--4*..?f-'''i,>i.k Alberta Rod 07. 64 (10 53 ;........... Rejected. ......... .. ... .;. 40 Feed .-. ..; ... ... 3fl Flax-No." 1:N. (S...-.1 110^'; Minneapolis Wheat May ... .... ... .... 88% July.......... ' 90V& September .... .... . 90Ji Chicago Wheat May .._____>.-..... :98%, �Tuly............ -91% September ........ 90% New York,;F�bi'.^25,'-Oral betting at race tracks is- held .to be legal by the ,^ppellate j'dlyiston; of the State Supreme Court. ; ;; The.; decision ,�l'a8 � made in a test caseibegjin;'at the instance of the XJhlted States Racing;,association to determine-the" status of oral betting under,^the. law,,forbidding bookmaklng at /ao&,traoksi , Authorities of ^he jockey club announced; -this ;afternoon that no move towards, tbe'general: revival of racing in :this-' state '.jvojild be made until the casa is decided in lihe Court of Appeals.-,where rit.,will,toe taken at .onceiv The decision handed down also renders:; /old . the.' clause holding d,l-rec.fors of-, racing' 'aaflociatl'ons respon-sible for Oral betfl-ng.' 47-45 901/4, 9oy. 93% Sl% 90% GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, Feb. 25.-'\Vatson & Batch-el lor, cattle importers, report that the Irish season Is nearly over, and, fewer^ numbers offered. There Is' a good'^ demand for all clas;2es of Scotch cattle. Latest quotations, are.'-- Scotch steerSj, �15;^'5* 1-7 Ill-f celing'''iib)^i;'t|ii^Ii&Supfl(3ped mmentsioffi; the', pla'yt'n'g?'oi'ipjt^ Johnson says Inveatlgatlpn ahpTfred that;', inj:,:,wopt,i (ln8tRn9e8;s^he,'�p noV?r 'wrote, or_^ dlptateS 'the article? .upe.; of ;tBeIr-flameB'iOvep-ithfe w^iiof wfe?'yfl':g�^;i:;.'>f^^- Fraction A, Mere ,,, The'avoraite Bib, pfjljey American family Is 4 l..!.'"^*hp'fraction represents father.-^QInotnnati/BnquIrer, .-*, Five-d^y Schedule Oh "Sp^ .;':;;:>�:�.-.� �'-;�� �^rder'-'^Faibring-^^^^ � GENUINE Semi-ready Clothes made to your own Special Order .a^Ad;yoBr. exact physique type'; measurements. ; � You have the � assurance;that -^the ;meaiaure6 are' right-^| with the jidded assurance that a perfect, fii is guaranteed. ^ The Semi-ready Gonipany'stands behind oilr personal guarantee. ' \ ' ' . v ..." \ ; ;30^^ ^ Woi^ediB,'GKpvjpts,, Serges Tweed ^impress Block mmm  '5,C.'BXtEM41^ft" 31 ;