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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914 THE LETHBRIDCK DAILY UERALU PAGE.FIVE AN EVEN BREAK WITH STIRlM LAST NIGHT Basketball..Games at Refill ted in Victory for Infevmediule Local Team anil Defeat 1'o.v Maleh uiiiT Game jnit up Great Inhibition tky IfatherolJ ar.d not lacking in grace 'and tlcfjii- fteal Stirling. Not yd. "IJrat Siirltcg" was ihe byword itfi imrpose.-There was mi scrambling around ttie for the past and indiscriminate charges; sci1 veet. Just what magic the words was always in evidence anil the c wrre supposed to contain, is leEt to given by the young ladies ixmjecture. 1'robablv everybody say- sprats of cviellent training. The ir.g beat Stilling helpeu to LrinR the lllucs were the victors, defeating the crowd and enthuse the players to a Iteds.by 8 points lo U. irigli pitch JD the fray, ar.d undoubf- ]u the senior if appealed in rdly the ptaiiie a success in the as H Lethbritlgc 1liat pattlcular; but it- tabes lvas a big crowd ol spectators and O'DAY W.IL-L STAY WITH CUBS No Change; in Management in Chicago EX- DEFEATED'GEORGE SUTTON-AT CHICAGO MAKING AN AV- ERAGE Chicago, Feb. Hoppe de- second I FASHIONABLE PRINTING Telephone Number Liilcago, Vcb, Day, yeteratij whom Charles Murphy named'as masiaxer of the Chicago Ntttloaal- league baseball team, to succeed Jobauy Evers be- fore the club yas Gold to Ctiarlea Taft of Uiisclnnaii, will be retained ln''his new poEiliou during the- com lag. "season. Tho following telegram from the fcaied "Ueqigc :r, the club's secretary .has bcun received i Mock of 500'polbts in iLc'1500 cham- by O'Day, who li in charge of the J pionship 1S.V2 bait lii.e billiard matcfc .Cubs' training camii ai Tanina, "ac- tonight, 511 lo 74. Hoppe ran out in cordtng to Information received here four inmn'ss; an toJay: "ilr, nit to say that you are to.continue as if nothing liapncned." il takes more Uian t-uttiuslassn of the io beat a tcaui ol experts liKc'tlic Stiilicgitcs. !l tafecs Iiaril to repeat the previous per- formance with the visitors. The loc- als ran up five points in the first Tew minutes against their opponents' one. 13-nrimite period ihe locals _ yr.d cuntlnued ptaclUt with all other I wcre sun in the lead, 7 to 6. At this iHiugs being equal. The Stilling team .ihe- visitors comnieaced to pull las it Lctlbiidge in weight and jnfy lead and ttnni sailed -out ot tis a scientific combination they prov- yjght-Thc score at liatl time 26 FEDERALS TO MEET TOURISTS New League Wilt Have Committee lo Welcome Players Horr.e New vork; eral Jeagne tiave a reuejitiou com. raittco of'ifs own ou hand lo meet pjLj the worM-touritig Uianis-Whltc 500 to baseball players when they arrive, i Hon'pc, ICtO here Marrh P from Europe. The coiDmitlee; Gllfnore raid, will ..._._ oi 1-351, orld s record. The fornier high average was 100. inatic by SulUm ir. Nc-.v Ycik in April, IflOC. Kcore by Hoppe. 177, 250, 'JS. SC-511. Aver- age, Suttoa, 0, J, "t'it i.'-TL Average ffoppe's high run ol poitits io- night did not appror.ch tte world's improvement over the opening Sutton'-liavJng won the first Total standing I.Kiittor., 574. consist of themselves loo well Khooied and cage, Otto'Btiefel of-SL Louis, Hob- trailed for the locals boys. Tbe.vis-f ln j-Lrsi fivc ,niniites in the sec-1 ert 0. and U'altcr Ward, owners of itors showed the general superiority Iocal5 t.eu own tho Urooklyn Federal rrauchise, and Hie cxler.l oi C2 to H. Thai was the- mull oi (Ue1 senior'bricarte faded the local defense ar.d The Federal league president said that, ae Jykc..5tahj tad declined the" of the BroolilFn team, the. Federals noiv' have in view for that position, a member of the world tourists. Ho intimated that the man is Sam Crawford. I Ontl tla.li [ULiUS l.CiU V1LV11 I jpreti; but again the 'Stirling i Mr. Cltmbre. lior'origade faded the local defense--. ar.d The Federal j and the game that the local- commenced to.score wilhf consistent were particularly bCul upon au-ircgularily and made the' game to ilcs were particularly be tit- ypon a ti-'regularity _. However, tlie "Beat Rlirling" tliomselves liiotto didn't fail altogether. Vie have whistle. until the final SENIOR I.1XE-UP Slirlinj-A. 51. Steed, E. L. Spacl- gloriously successful intermediate of buxom youths who haic delivered Koods uith much'jman, .eunrds-_ centre.; consistency fhib winter and last night .Ip; Stccfl, .Ihcy held up the honor of l.ethhtirigo navis, iorwards. the tir.g's iaste by walloping the! Srldenbcchcr, iniermcdiate Stirling sqdad in-one.-of guards OIcKain, rer.tre, the sltckesl games ot basketball that aurt lias ever betn put across.ieic. 'Dicl LINK-UP, :t yair.e was fast and futious'aii'il n'ovcr OBtlutid, HrarfdlcVv lacking in futures tfaaf aiiimMfi .the, guards.; 'nrandlpy, Centre V. feelings ol spectators. The -score aiiiTlfolmaii, ;cniled very close, 32 to 13. Just be-! Lelhbridge Camphsll, fionnell, jioie full time the score -stood IS to guards; Duns- J3 ar.J ihe excitement at Us worth and Murray, forwards. Ii2iglit when I.elhbiidgs to into -tlie lead. forlh a round of cheering sel OFFER FOH CUB STOCK Beba an Wants Control no Club A feature of inttrinedla'te Ratne uttliin ihe walH ?of- Mo the, tloni .'11.0 "V." Stirling led was .-all his .man, and, was sfssion, but iheir leud was sliort-liv- big goal-getter for'his "iram. r-it and thsn it became z and tuck I s fight till the linisli'. -Kraut Steed y President CiTmore of tiie Federal eague. JOHNNY'S IN DOUBT The coming to Johuuy liv- ers a3 a bonus for playing with the Boston Nationals, is in Jeopardy, ow- ng to Sweeney- and Perdue not re- ortfng to Chicago. STYLE in Printing is just as Im- portant and just as pronounced as is style in dress. What the latest styles in clothes mean to the well- dressed woman, the latest type-faces and decorative material mean to the well conducted print-shop. If you would be known as a user of the "real thing" in up-to-date which typifies the latest thought in artistic expression-- let us serve you. Lethbridge Herald Job Dept. Makers of High-Class Business Stationery, AlbertalSheepmen Facial Frcat fat BouftVn mature will.be fejv.and .7'-... far between this year, for tlie wool -i Kill nbt bo left exposed from The Dominions of chain hockey 'team of Alberta, have de- j tlie time of rh t la order "that'ibcy may be in a po- product around year, reports are tha't "prices this year'will the same neigh- borhood. It is tho'.aira of.Alberla's sheepmen, to hold together for the Barne prices as the buyers In Montana are piylng, whatever they.'may be at Dry Better Prices By being in a position this year to house wool, the sheepmen liave insured against the chronic and handy CSCTJEQ ol tho buyers for tob- ogaunlng the prices. It has always lieen the .custom in the past for buy- snub wet wool; as water lands lo deBtrdy thc-staple and fibre. Corn- It is ctipaccl. until It enters the c'ar. It the intention.of the.ivool firon-erg to shear.at the minimum of expense by. hiring only the most com- petent stearers. They will save on the coat of production, too, as much as possible, EO that tie in their profits this year win be tha test in tho history of sheep-ranch- ing in Alberta. Sheep Wintered Well President Harvey states that the quantity and qualify of the wool this year will he better thau ever. The slicep have wintered belter than for years, aad have Seen subjected, liv- ing as they dp in the open all winter, to just the right amount of cold to insure a good growth of wool. No Duty Should Help Whether tho removal of the tariff on wool entering the United States will benefit tho sheepmen in Alberta or not, is "a giirsa at the-'preE'enf time, but the feeling seems to be- that pric- ivttl bo materially advanced, apd that a repetition of the experience following the removal of the duty pro- video for by tho Wilson-Gorman tar. iff in IOCS mill occur. of Bidders A large woollen mill company at Providence, R.I., recently Bent a re- presentative Into Southern Alberta :is a feeler, and it Is stated on good au- thority that American, buyers r.Eil bo numerous before June 1. The clip this year -will exceed the pounds of last A new Indoor record for America at New York, T. J. c.ldcd to put in a bid for 'Allan j Ciip.'and Imvo wired the cup truRtees to that effect. SATISFIED WITH ROYALTY ENJOYS FAST GAME OF BASEBALL Tho British Olympic commitUe are out'again for a big of 'money via ;he subscription route. Recently ttjo Jnlte of committee re- signed, after having failed to collect tHo: coveted- Bum of' -This committee alms at Keb. hearty rhcera and a tt'ser was the-SsrelcoTne br the baseball teams to King (leorgo on. bEa arrival lodfly ou tho Chelsei footba'I ground, to "witnees tho Ramoielween IhD Now York and Chicago teatnu. The plnrers 'were grouped Imrafi- (lintdty in front of tho Royal box, and the rattle of tho hurrah's immense- ly pleased the Royal sportsman, who repeatedly bowed his acknofiledg- jTho King .wasiacftjrnpanieQ by tcr IIlr.cK -PagCpVciiHea1 Stales Am- bassador, and [ho full ctaft of the Am- erican Kmhsssy, as irell as a large aulte'of co-jrt officials. The Ambassador introduced Char- les A. Uomiskey, John J. SlcGva'w, Joseph. Patrtll'and Janica'J. Calla- liaji, nith all. of "whom the King sbook hands. The gair.fl whToh followed resulted: White Soy, 5; New Vork, .VANDERBILT CUP RACE AT SANTA MONICA SanU Monica, Clif., Feb. 28.-With a course record of 78.72 miles an hour 1o beat, sixteen hig.cars, piloted by wime of the hesk knou-n motor ririv- crs in the roiintrr, started .today in the distance is .231.033 miles or .3.5 japs of the 8.101 TIIMe course, which" ought to be coveted by the dinners' m'lus than fouc hours, it is saitl: The, veterans, Oldficld and De Pal ins ar.d Karl ..Copper, wbo won !ast road race, v first Var.derbllt cup race on 1'acilic coaaf. The best lime hereto-; tl.c favorites. The course was fore inndf! in a VarjTerhilf event.was nouncul in porlect condition, despite 7-1.07 miles un hour. wek wlncli Tlio slstcbh cars wcrr sent awiy itlVaslicd out nearly'all'other specihvay it.lrrvals beginning at-10 o'clock, Tbc'ia the-country. ACKERLAND CUB HEAD? Cihcinnall, Ohio. r'rt. Acheflond oJ Pittabntxi vice-president p! Uie Chicago National tho: presidency of the club by Charles p. Taft. Less Meat if. KiddeysHurt TAKE GLASS OF SALTS IF YOU FEEL BACKACHY OR BLAD-' DER BOTHERS WHITE SOX TO PASO ROBLES Angeles, Cal., J-'eb. Chicago White Sox left hero toiljf for [heir training at Paso Cal.-' There were tliiriy men nboarcl tiic bajeball njjccial, fci aildl- tlon to ils corrcsrondentB for east- CATARRH OF THE BLADDER HOCKEY Paciflc'Coist Westminster 10, Vancouver 9. 'Coast Standing Goals Victoria.; Westminster Vancouver in K. .SO O.H.AV Intermediate (I'rovinc'la! Stnil-Iinals) IVlBrlon 12 S. Ficrlin 7, Earnli 3.'.. Exhibition Game -i. Hamtilua J. H you mupt have your meat every cat1 but flush your Jddr.eys ttUh salts a noted authority whu tclla 113 that meat tarns lirtc acEd which almost para- lyzes the kidntyj In tlielr efforlf to Ihe.blooiL 'They becomo sluggish- and weaken, then "yon" suf- fer with Hit kidney region, sharii ]ialna In the back, or sick headache, dizziness, sto- macli -tonguo is' coaie'd Mrhen the .ftenihoi1 Is' had you htvp' rheumatic twinges. Tho.uriiio ?cts cloudy, full of setlinienl. the cbannelfi oltc-n gel sore ard you lo "eek rtllef three times during .the night. To nertrallzc-lheEe Irrilallng'a'cldE.1 lo tlie kidncyB nui] flush off tho body's urlnoiie waste get four ounces of -Jad Saltn from any, pharm- acy here; taVc s tablespoonful In a glnsa o( .water before breakfast for a Ceu- your kidneys will then set "flr.e. ..fills famous salts fe 'made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined Vlth HthlH and lias been used in: generations to. (lush and cumulate1 sluggish kidneys also to neutralize llie acids in urine..BO it no Irritates, thus ocdlr.g bladder wr-aknrss. Jnd Salts Is Ir.expcusite; cannot In- .jufri.and niAkcs effftrves- r.iint iWnh. .1. "Jllgln- botham Co., Ltd., druggists, Horses For Sale Horses Wanted HORSES M 'EN who have horses for sale, or who want to buy or trade for good horses should see Messrs. Welsh and Connor at the Alberta Feed and Sale Stables in this city. These gentlemen have brought into Lethbridge, for sale, some of the very best horses ever brought into the province. They have Clydesdale, Hackney and Standard Bred Imported Stallions and other register- ed and Grade horses from The Owners do not want to take these horses elsewhere-they were brought here for sale. Farmers or Ranchers who want to Buy, Sell or Exchange Horses in any quantity should see Mr. Welsh at the stables on Third Street South, or at the Alexandra Hotel. Responsible parties given time. WELSH CONNOR ;