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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta R '' |W; McdONN?LL and FIVE .-fyduNoaTefts; get-away ::Mpf^: : earuy '-'^l ^- ^ . � - ...... - :iJ^w~yo*kiFelii26.-i^Ii>aBk Chance's ' is!, %ititS inen. galled last week on R;i;ibjt}^vrthe'8te�nshlp AreaaTan*- for ^3,;^^ superstitloua oeed ' jati^ ap-.fe&r about the "hoodoo" ntun-; ' to*" * party of newspapermeu ^5(tieU Of any JJnic. , ' v'iiliTOrft the toBslng boat Is th > hp^ of the "peerlesa leader',' fof bet-; itejiblne^ In .the local Ain�rlcan lea-^�#itUation. Chance has always ��-JltiiolSstliat a ohampionshlp team must  Jb^SijImU up arbund good pitchera. add ' I' fltttjjltrers. His policy has always be^a J.. If. j|iiJ|old" th�) score of the � 'oppostag %�&Mto-;a:nii^ One of th^ old- |;:^t?�mdxiina Of baseball says that ;}t ;^9)c�rruBB to tt'ln ball games. ' "IS^ndWS Uttle of His Men r t&^^ace -will' have 10 pitiihei's and �likl^;&tcH�s- uii'dbl- the waKUul eye jil^fe'tlltW SWHSh rsland. 'SaV^e^lJy;' '.. 3*|�ij3, ibne of tMse la itnoWB to; life Htf hhs seen' nbne 4if them': in ifillfife'fitii .(SJtcept B* -Sw^eneri -wilS .^rcipicb'd.'-'a bit'#fth the Ca^slast ; &j})(;]ag%;wh?n h0 wais; holding" out'for inq^: iffloney fromrWolverton. ^ . ^ ^miulc�? haa fiv� veteran* to.Ab�gte^ � - �ll1jlfelhv^rftv.I�.rBc6galied,the-cft9^^^^ fojMMn J?12., Hft was the sensation of fffe l^gae inflO'lOiliis firBtiseiSoS- , Wa'rhop! Game Little Chap ^ ' L''^^ ^eterdti' pfteMfs MeHajji fl^.Q^Mrgfe'^-McGonn^lliirV  Warhtfg^-)^^^^^^ rine%tlMttle'-i/�rd^'y6e'aff'a;ffftd''pffcir ,-1-^ysjgopd mnscle and Jack is anre oSg^' a �'rm%rp(tchliistEbnorsL.L., rf ^�i�ltl��e.\4nches^'.%".;ihelgh>t;t.5and,i' J�!jd|i^eu^i8'^^sB^b|a;/ ^GERMAN The husKy d^ence player of the Toronto \raPl�n Intercolleg iate 'toam., j TECUM*il'S:A!SURPRISE DEFEATED'oTtAWA at toronto BEFORE SLIMMEST CROWD ofv-THE SEASON geo. HAAQ PREPARES to ENTER THE^ LAnV. of milk AND . .5^'S�ONEY Thursday, Februai*y^2>t4913 BIG KNOCKOUT COMPETITION ARRANGED-COMMENCES TOMORROW NIGHT As a fitting grand finale tOi;a sue-ceiasful season's curling, the/; local club. wiU get up; a competition  be-; tween. theitrades andy professlona Fe� presented, at the rink. The competl- tlons will begin on Friday ftjght..... Folloivring is jln the ll�t; of t rinks under .their respective titles 'and the personnel of e�tcK; , K'v^ * A "77 TototttotwFeh.; !a6.---A{ter twa defeats by .IpQjrontt; Billy Nicholson's IndidJis; dt^ .th&j ^'conie-back" stunt toaiglrtlat'the'arena,' deteating Ot-tawwijl^i^to :i$i/TlW! garae was played b��fore;-fchB}SCimle'st crowd which at-tj&*d leitSter !;*ai:?pr,ofessional or ,anla;-tenr^ gameV'atithq,arena this season, there heingl Ifss,Jtlian 500 people pre-sentKvThe; only 'feature . ot the game trosthy' ofenb'f6iwas the good vrbrk 61 Leseiier.Mi'grtSl lor the visitors The Vo|ei;4��iWj&lgtsv5C in; better shape. iSCp^c^ifts^JI^^ ipoiiitv U;; ;MbNai^ M�Namara ; l,pgitffiKfl,V|^,t, Jeft wing.; jhorp ; rfi^t ;\^g,j6aul.' >fltta>ya-TiQ[oali; Leseuer ;> point; Mer-rjlilcqyerif'Shotp; centre, Ronfttt; }m 'wiMg, CWe^wick ; right ,wing, ..|Ref^P�j>.,-Bre|nan..: .....^-^ ::;^upEG'wiNs; again;: .,. 2A.irrr-T-b-r---.............-.......... Nli^tHJ^d'C&Esai M. Frefinia'n N. Peat- B. Dooley Geo: Whelen Bankers. K. D. Johnson W. R.,Seatle C. O. K. Nonrse a tl. Young Lawyers J. S. Shepherd R.R. Davidson � M. S: McArthur E. C. McKenzie Surveyors   Don. A. Duff J. F. Hamilton G. Mmmens K. P. Stewart � Mechanics L. W. Clart F. Close K McNeil E. Oxluhd- Estate R.R. Maeieod A. MoCdrvie J. B. Mulhera A. V. Gibbons ' I Doctors ; .' Dr. Marrs. , Dr. CoUrtlce Dr. Taylor Sid Jackson CIvies , Jas. Aird- , . Skeith Oeo.' Robinson W.s Adams Ranchers-,John Bruce Dun. Dufl 1 R, S. Smith A. M. "Marshall^ Manufacturers - H. Boyd J. jaradahaw Chas. Cook Jtfamock Government and^Sshaols Wm. Scott Allen Jaek-^ R- P. Wallace Fleetwood H.' Scott T.~A. Held C. Aird ti. Bonnell Contractors:' I.. Mamoch r. Bavidatal WX. MaoKenzie tf.B. jWagrAth |Mei|ii!antB;v-i;5,^ VdI IJi'^McNabb 'P> J. Simpson ^'ILo'kIT" Merthants' '* 1688 .L,D,'Af;!S}mpeoii mt^n.' Itirkhan} I. WMSj:' t-fr'H.-BeU .'x Cj.F.^'Smi' -i'Qitebefe �eh^fW^T-In a: niatch, that couia"nOt caUe4' first, class. bqekey '-^aa^jgiiApions,^ Wj.tleleatmg-, go'fteam tonigfit ,by,6-.to-4-,- the TpKoSto'/iettm lum^uu ,uj,_>'."u 'f vfron: ihMf -iM^i. Buccesgive victory, Thl'tinjc -way^rowaed, not(Wi1*stand-ingflKe^^tfbha^ 'Quebec ajreadx^had- Ct'Glbson ^ JaB. Glunlster?. .^.''Anderson Geo* MCLenh^rn I firSt-Jjiftm* in^eaOh'teJim wilUsklp; 2W^^vres^it 'of 'the driW-'for ga'me| OlauavauuiKc - - ~ j, ^Ray Caldwell, the lanky.isix ifpoter,, At one of the "best curveiipltoherR ot -'' ciroult. vHte team matS8\';deolap tihft flat bin Is atf'Mofaia ai||i;at^ "S^^oky" Joe W6oa�5?r ot Uirtaeitj, -^'Cj^'^j -' '�| "f Two Southpaws Amona,RecruIU He fiva-recrdt' 6ltLhfln�;�i%c|�|v ' n havo'hda a trUl on'-the himti** anf'&hul^aie ionth'paw^'TJforp ifr .McCJ6iinel ,-.|�i�rBw':aS(lcBinr c6rBB"^'r  ' U-*.n-hrf;^-,tetU%e4rto tfadfl.-Die Mack-tfor 'SoJi^pile backaton bcc^M||| title PracUrally MSlf g&o.elub >waived "the Bl^(^,,^,, iwgeney. of course, viUl do , Aftlbe re . j;^-^-- , ,.Hc,, Today George Haag, the Oalgaty horseman, J.Will forsake the haunts ot his old> ttainiiig ground and trek '.ti:thS:, stable will be ready! for, at-jjeasfiteftrOt' thb iilteen. Hans-Matsos) the^'fi&ilder, expects to have It ifuUjt. compiled iby Monday nex|, fWheni'it.vriUv^ommddate 24.  v ' AlthQUglt^th^iiteeather is rathercold: :�o,,talk; o'wtrai'bing horses, *tho barn ;has been buillfAwith an eye to com-! |tort, and jvill/be warm' on the cold4 OTT^WAr^lllEsTHE .'..^s.^'JAqiiANTE FOR HOCKEY Businejis i ha$!Jbeen so bad at the N.? H. A. games;l|f Ottawa that the toan-J agem^nt, ha�j JiiJOsted the price of gWY eral 'admiiSiba -from 50 to 76 cents. The ,4ttend^ntie' at'' recent games 'Is' the ansille^^aeen-lniOtta'wa in years. ad(:|fi,^YS WON : ��......^.-t^- SCHOOL'^tEA,^ 'OF LETHBWbQE WENT IviACLEOD AND ' ^ '^bro&qHt home the "jM �i. ' bacon ' . .Ma'eieod; ."sSpeB:''P26. - The- --hookey match Jastijniefit- between the sphooK boys � of. Lettbrldge - and Macteod'Te^s sttlt?d: W..a*w&-'for the visitors by V; score of SUo^^s!.' The boys played'V ^bod'^lkhibS^oAIall, the way thrbijgh'' aTi'dw�^e chaired iepeatedly by'^-mJ crowd }n atiendaiide. ' :1S0E. FOOTBALL GLUB .v;. ...A ...... � ......i. TOvHOLD DANCE.next TUESDAY t-ELECTED^ OFPICERS;' FOR . ;i; SEASON AT ^BiG MEET- ^���^.I.NG-.vV.'N^'.-:;.. ; kETH BRIDGE MARKEtTt No. No. Uo. No. No. No. NO. No.' No. No. Elevator Prices �'. Nortbi'rn ........................ Northern Northern ...........j...,..,....4 �The S.O.E. flootball club Will start theball a-roUing tor.the season with itlieir:,annual dance Tuesday, March ijHn/the- S.O.B., hall.. ,^hi8^ wis de^ ctded'at the anniial meeting of the Qj'ub. Tuesday, evening.at the' Quick .J^iiiij .Oflitce, wljen officers fo;:, the season of 1918 ^^/6tt elected. ..Jis: W.. A,, Buchanan, iil'p., and Mr.'; I>-;:^squith were chose^n; Hon. Presidents,. ' ' '.....T . � : ::jMr; .'''Fred: ; Robins * stepped down fjrom thO' prestdeixtial:: pedestal where hfi has served for a number of year.s .^vitlif.^general sat'isfeotionjThis step i,ya3 prptiested, but when it was seen that he was determined he was air lowed to resign with I ti graceful vote of thanks accorded .him by the club. Mr. .:Ci Cribson was' vthen,elected to tfie.-president's -chair: R;.iT,' Smith "f^as'i elected ' vieevpresideut, and .J; :Giirr, secretary-treasurerThe exeou-ttve : H. Gurr, T. Robins,  R. Far-ri,s,,C. Wakelin.' :.iTrainers, IjV,,Standing.and C.-Wake-'Im.fThe captain will -be chosen later. / i-lt'jwas .one of t meetmgsi the!club has 'ever held, and it was a good; eriteridn that the S.O. E;,mean.�bU3iness' this .year;. � ; OLYMPIC CHAMPION DEAD I Athens, Feb, 26.-The Greek cham- flon. TaicklaB, who won the standing rOpds? jump./atfiv^ej 1912 /Olympic gam^b tat Stockholm; died today; % .1 2 3 4 1 Alborta Red,-_______ a Alberta Red... i,i;:,.i...,..,., 62 3 Alberta Rqd .............., 68 4 Alberta Red'...,............ 5'3 5 Alberta HM" 49 BOw|qf?l^AV^ "y^CeNSED OVER CRr^T,ljCVIw'8'#RftFi:icTING ON fc,',::f�iS;..^ABL'E .... , &r\:i-).';.,�;i.ii i- 'Londbh,f,(Jf�fe!2fe^W'^^^^^ whos�tti;MifeiA*^!ja^.fjfifck^y^^ have been w�tn�t'fd(K'tteK�jfette;tegv the ? stewards , of :th|ifeK%ti0ii4K;H(inVv.tBiBpletihases,  Th^sTOf;ttrq9V:''W^ a clause*:;'slfonsiytladvlsfng'' I to look ;i)(lof blooded stock of: r^'derit?yfears; 'aiid' is.-the owner of Craig&6W;.!Brst::,�favorr ' for: this, yearns ,pMby'i"Ho: said he 'would quit racing unless, he fywi gel some satisfaction Jrpm'-s*he rstew;ards. PAPKE .AlHD . RUUi^ ; SKJNED FOR PARIS Torrid Affair' Exj^'eoted When Two Amerlea'n Cei\tend*rs: Meet Marqh 5 , Paris.' Feb. 26.-i-Bniy, Papke and FranW KJIaus,*the,''two American | cOn-tend'ATS ,to the ;niiaai6welght eham-pionBbllf of'tlla j-world,'are'to fight before the" Oltflue-de'Paris here on March 5,', Both.'meB'have defeated OeOrife - Carpentier." � The mill Is expected to lie'a''toniffd" affair. -: 86% : 84 80% 76^ NOt . 1 ...... �.�*. >r. ^ir^^'i^-M; No. 2........, No. 3........'.'.. No. 4......... ... ...... Oats-No. 2 C. W............. = No. 3 C.=>Wv.. v.v>:.;;.. Ex. No.'1 Feed No, 1 Feed................ No; 2 Feed ..v '...^.-.^ ;'i.; .w.:;.....28 Barley- , � - �v.". �. � y- .'�;',>i�:. .:>lo. 4 �;v:.:v.v..>..'., Rejected ... ... ... Feed . -.�.��� '.��?1. , George iuzon,,-who'shot.John Gar-row while the latter^was/fitandlng outside a window, o^nhe^lLnioas home In Essex one nlght,"iwas -olliVftGA -to go on suspended sentence.' ''^-^ " . A VICTORY cKNXDl|�'teu-Ti;,played all the ?WA^Vt.HQOGH the score CsfCLOSE .W.l/^Fe^^26-In,ihe final -'-iL^_vrA.. "j.=i,^f^o .local clubs for tie'KdfeoisiOtt* went to the KJ^iSHig^W tdanadie|^|||1? ^Positiion Canadiens ."gfial .Vezina cover. ,|K#liky.'�ple.ttef. lopw^^.i^htrd" ' v0tmm '"'ng 'Ber)anquette iwie.- . ' � COeRSE INMCTjMaNTMA 'Thu ai.ipnliU�.ni ra^e trdtk at Mex-�^--('City, ^coji(} In ttae,vrorld only .to , one''fif Bpenos AirfS, Argentina, .been, leased ,tiyi,the Mex^^n. govj t^sitt syndicale of'flnanclers; neoa%*B^ fe ,,3^, lB&il|Ii||?i \'?4*d, the please wlllj3JJ|p iaeir.'',''tlje, ne'w syndicate about ,^hS�n 'ai"''a.OO-day|ffl|'^t|g^il|| iXSfPDP.-and'the government ^^:^ai&gii^^ll^* 4;'r|ferdeal Tam0e0^^ [�innia'fea^fMiii'iiei^^^ i^T^"............ Kgwf'thMt 'tfife'^troUble'd.-' conditions of MejdCo^anpear.'tiS*haye endfed.it Is the iu!entIpACqt4^e^'government to .make ''^dty the ,i?Paris .otj-AmcrJca.** " * " "' n. to cotiauotM|%aje| immAm -tile s;reho^ uiutiiels will bemused i ^Mns Tvlil,'be>.ODdjJ'o^: �.aayB-ot UfAlon! of !;jI|M!if^kfeVer^l' ^^^6;ii|.!'gj^''. .Sey-mour, outfleldef of jfiet^;^j?,:and GItl--' that''pald;hlm5,]atft;y^r;�*i.:".* -ki:'. Ponight Is-I^dMs-ij^^i^htl^t'th rink. T|ae new for Spring. ,.We are &bQTOng4n and Fan (mmis the largest and hestxa^^^^is M ,;Wpf^teds, Me -^leWlif P%.,the best in Finish, and the only ;plqtbng m , .Canada to-day 'spld.:gg^|g|aranV.^ iniiov the-sarne priceif pftl^'WeSt,^; "rilSilL^^ik^^ This is the ' I GUNBOAT, SMJTH Starts Training for. His Fight With ' New Y6rk,-Feb;'^;i.f^lj&ito4t 3P>Hh; \yho is - matched' to�;bPX vBombfitrdler 'wells,, lij 'Ma^lagn �cma]re'-,q^aen,on March, 14, began'tV?Llttin| Jo^ay at the" ,Sb6.rkey AM- ,\/ .f.^y'^'^. f Jeaa WiUard, svth?* �'rex48 -.Jieavr fl-elgfit;,informed 'BjUiy^.^lM^. .mana-iffir^t'lhe '^ra^i^'A-qj^^llirt Mr t?bds to be hOM Shfirrtly. and ^xotapwe himself of the ^lfat|f^'''�bait|he.raii oul^j of a bout wlth,pne^lloii�ia/paYi6,ilA. Buffalo,, for -wUicD'" waf >'centJy| Huap^nded by Ue P9Kln,^^u|Bs}ap.:i Tliis is- tlie - .�o'4^t a -FREE . A. {assure " 557 ;