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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY. HERALD Monday, January 6,1913 i 9-'1 j! | i J i: ALU THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS IN FULL SWING I0NIGHI Annual Opening Competition f Commencfcs-Ice in Good t Condition Ei I AT FERNIE >> > ? ? ? * �2� # SOUTH AFRICANS WON FOURTH INTERNATIONAL ' The cuTlev has come to his own. Saturday evening the first real games of the season were played at the lo-�al rink. The ice was in good condition, and fast, with the result that the-igames were fought, strictly on the liierits of the contestants' ability, and after the players became warmed to the game, some real old curling atmosphere was in-circulation. The weather bears a rosy tint from the curlers point of view, and no chances on Chinook weather will be taken, and the annual opening competition, Vice-President's rink versus President's, will bs commenced to-Jiight. Skips have been drawn to pilot the competing rinks tonight and tomorrow nighr, as follows: - Monday at Eight O'clock Pres. Alrd's. Rinks V.-Pres. Stewart'*j Skip J. F. Hamilton Skip Dr. Stewart*; ., R. R. Macleod ,. L.W.Clark ,, W. j/ttelibh , Geo. Stacey John Reid ., Hugh Boyd Tuesday at Eight O'Clock Skip Jae. Aird Skip Syd Jackson >: , (W. R. Seattle , S. J. Shepherd ,, .John Bruce .. Geo. Wanless , N. T. Macleot , D. D. McNab Twickenham, Eng., Jan. !.- The South, African rugby team concluded their important fixtures today by beating England by 9 to ", thus winning their four international  matches. The half-time score was 3 each. > > > ?> : *> ? > ? ysp7,ko. for the appearance of the great Polish wrestler at the Vancouver Athletic club on the evening of January. 31, .when_ Zbysoko will have Pat Connolly as "his opponent in a handicap match. Zbj'szko undertfiWea to throw the big old country champion twice within an hour or forfeit his share of the purse. Connolly thinks the Pole has bitten off a much larger chunk than $te can healthfully masticate, and is going into training immediately that he may be in the best condition possible to uphold the fine reputation he has already -built up for himself. The match ought to prove the best ever seen in Vancouver, and- Mcln-tyre's success in getting the two together will be a matter of much pleasure to the--followers of the mat game. Failing to win the handicap, the bout will go to a finish, the Pole's manager insisting upon that .clause to protect Zbyszko against any claim that he has been beaten on his trip. Main Pulled Off So Quietly That Few' Know of It Colfax, Wash., Jan. 4.-Colfax sports enjoyed an exciting ccck fight one night recently. Tins main was pulled off so quietly that none outside the favored few who had been taken into the game and sworn to secrecy knew of it. until after it was over. The fight was between birds owned in Colfax and birds owned by a Spokane fancier. A number of Spokane fans ante down to Colfax to back the Spokane birds. The match was for a series of six fights, but the Colfax birds whipped the first five put up by the Spokane man so severely that he refused to allow the sixth fight to go on. No one will admit being at the fight, nor can the -names of th= owners of the birds be learned, but it is certain that five cock fights were pulled off and all five were won by Colfax birds. 4" + 4* + The swing or method of delivering the stone is a point that requires attention. A player should give the arm a fine, loose sweep, the stone at the same time descending a semi-circle in the air. If this is done the stone wi� take the ice smoothly and not with a bang. As the stone descends the left knee should he bent wrhile the body should receive a forward motion and the arm should follow the stone cs far as possible. If this hint is carried out the stone gets a sort of a swift push on the ice instead of being flung against it. Sometimes a heavy stcuc descends too rapidly at the moment of delivery and the impetus is likely to cany the player off his feet. Should this happen the player should quickly stick his left foot out in front and it will keep him from losing his balance. In their efforts to make effective shots players are often seen to fall on all fours in delivering the stone. It is a practice that should be avoided, as it is not only clumsy but dangerous, and altogether an unsightly feature of a very clean sport, ' VANCOUVER LEADS THE WEST Of SI LEAGUE Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 5.-Van- cup holders, and fln;shed on the long couver went back into the IeAd in the end oi a 10-5 score in the most Pacific Coast Hockey League chain- strenuous match of the season on the pionship race Saturday when the ter- local ice Toronto, Jan. (1.-The Telegram this afternoon auks: "Were the pro-hockey games on Saturday on the level?" Nino out of ten hockey fang In Toronto are asking'that question. '"There is no answer. Those who played them are the only ones whe could explain the whole thing, and, being interested parties, (here is Uu!c likelihood of their giving out any startling information." And it must be admitted that the triple win of Toronto over Wanderers, of Tocunisehs over Quebec, and Ottawa over Onnadiens does look rather fishy. One paper says it look worse than that. True, there have been reversals of form on the level before. The main trouble lies in the fact fliat the public finds its swallowing capacity pretty well choked by three such complete reversals, all on one night. LETHBRIDCC MARKETS Elevator Prices No. No No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 1 Northern 2 Northern ii Northern 1 ........... Alberta Red Alberta Red Alberta Red Albert* Red Alberta Red G3 BO 5(1 �IS -12 li2 r>� 55 48 43 BIRKENHEAD CATTLE MARKET Liverpool. Jan. G.-John Rogers & Co.. cable that there was a good trade for cattle iu Birkenhead today and ample supplies on the market to meet the needs of the buyers. Quotations romairi steady and unchanged at 12 to x'AVi cents pw pound for Irish steers. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES EASTERN HOCKEY TECUMSEHS SPRING SURPRISE Win Their first Game-Defeated Quebec Saturday 5 to 3 Quebec, Jan. u.-On Saturday evening the Tecumseh hockey team from Toronto defeated the Quebec aggregation by a score of 5 to 3 and that gives a fair idea of the play of both teams. The Tecumsehs came here with a reco.d of losing only two matches rhey had played this season, while, an the other hand Quebec had defeated both teams it had met this season, and one of these teams had proven /ictoiious over the Tecumsehs. Line-up: Position goal Winnipeg, .Jan. 8.-Light receipt* and reports of unfavorable conditions from the winter wheat, belt stiffened up both Chicago and Minneapolis niar'rets today and helped to hold Win uipeg stead)'. I'cjor export demand and light cash trade with offering-; very heavy wer� depressing factors, and trade was not very active. Oats were steady and flax quiet. Severe weather is ircneral over the west and should it continue will lead to greatly reduced receipts. Last two dayt;' inspections were 1,023 cars with 4AU* in sight today. Cables closed, Liverpool unchanged, Paris 1 to 14 up, Berlin k up, Budapest | lower, Antwerp -J up. , May ........................... 863 July .................f ......... 88* Oats- May ........................... 34J- Flax- 8K;. 34.; Jpn. May 1.05 1.11* Cash Prices Nor. minals outplayed New Westminsters, Prominent in Eastern Hockey OLD FARMER BURNS" PI OVER A G000 ONE" Old. Mat Artist Shows Dutchman Bit of Real Old-Time Strength 0. .Omaha, Jan. V.-Fanner Burns, the "Sly Fox" of the wrestling game, yes-* terday "put one over" on a bunch of rural sports from Gresham, Neb., which left thetrr hunting around to borrow money 'for railroad fare to their homes. "Jt'he r'uralists thought to initiate the tanner into a new game. Bin Burns taught the :Gres-hamites a few tricks, and defeated his 'opponent in just five seconds of actual work. "Remember," warned a big German, "you-r man must be 50 years old and not weigh more than 100 pounds." Then they telegraphed for Bite Reyestroft' and Hasksll went off to  find old Farmer Burns. . ! The .match was held in the horse j selling pavilion. At one side stood i Pete in all the magnitude of his ,'300 | pounds. j "Where's your man?" the Germans i asked. . \ "Here he comes now," said Jack, as J a stoop-shouldered old fellow came j slowly forward. 1 On the strength of the looks of tlif ' two nitn. tlfj Ureshamites increased  T , . . ! their bets to $2500, which were cover- In and near Gresbam there are' a i ej / tot of German fanners, ' Their favor- Then tho two m�J] loo). thei ]aceB. ue sport is stick pulling," m which j their teet brQce(] insf 3i12 board the two opponents sit opposite each j and eaeh man hc)^in,. other on the .floor, brace Lheir feet' For two periods the teams put up a spirited exhibition, spectacular in spots and replete with sensational rushes, but with the game safely chalked up on the credit side, the league leaders slowed up in the final session and played on the defensive, successfully checkmating New Westminster's efforts to register, and notching another coal themselves for good measure. After the first period the result was never in doubt, but for the first T.wenty minutes the cup-holders had a shade on the locals and the period ended with the score-tied at four all Vancouver went av/nr with one oi their characteristic rushes at the start oi the second period and some rapid scoring gave them a commanding lead which they further increased before, the finish. The line-up :- * Vancouver �Westminster j Goal Quebec Moran Hall Mummery Malone T. Smith Marks point cover centre Klght left G II. Tecumsehs Nicholson McNamara .McNamara H. Smith Throop Corbeau No. 1 No. 2 Nor. .................. No. 3 Nor..................-� No. 4 ........................... No. 5 ........................... No. 6 ..........................� No. 1 Feed.................. Winter Wheat-No. 1 Red Winter....... No. 2 Red Winter ....... No. 3 Red Winter ....... No. 4 Red Winter ....... Oats-No. 2 C. W................... No. 3 C. W................... No. 1 Feed.................. N"/>. 3 Kneel .................. Barley-No. 3 C. W.................. No. 4 C W.................. Rc ice ted...................... Feed ............................ Flax-No. I N. W. C............. Minneapolis May..........................� July ........................... May July Sept. Chicago S6i-88* 88A- 1.08J-1.09-', 81 A. 7SJ- 75* 70 fifl 57-1- 4Mi 81 i 71) 7�fr 70i- 30 i 2S 28 26 45 38 37 1.03 80 J, 88i 92 89 88 ' OUR BROOMHALL LETTER TORONTO BEAT WANDERERS Their First Victory-Youngsters Developing Speed-Score 5 to 3 Toronto, Jan. 5.-The Toronto's scored their first victory of the season at the arena on Saturday night y/nen they Wt Sammy Lichten-stein's W.-jiirttren; by a score of five three. The visitors were bewildered l-.y the speed and back checking of the >'oen:;Hf "Huh!" retorted Haskell. "I've got a man down here who weig;hs 190 pounds and is over DO years of age. He'll pull your man all over the yard for a doliav." "Bet you a thousand he can't," said the Greshamife, pulling out a big roll of bills. An hour later Haskell was back with a "friend," and soon $2000 waB ( up cm the result of the match, on to the "stick." The referee shouted and the match was on. Peto was pulling'hard. Burnt! gave no sign other than that hi3 arms were extended .fully. "When you get ready to pull, just say so," Burns said in an ordinary tone of conversation. Pete's jaw dropped. Burns then leaned backward and pulled Pste over the board. Again the men grasped tl.� stick and the referee started them. Pete made several quick yaflks but got no distance. Farmer was sitting steady and without winking an eye. � "Why don't you puil instead of sitting there doing nothing?" said the Farmer. "Why don't you?" gasped '.'ete, "All right; I will," replied the old man. Then the Farmer bent forward, coiled his back like a watch spring, and started backward. Pete followed, straining, gasping and sweating. Steadily he came to a sitting position, then forward until he was over tho board. The match was over. PHILIP R. RIPON -of the junior Upper Canada College O. H. A. team. CONVIDO RARE IN AROMA AND RICH IN BODY- "CONVIDO" BEST SINCE 1670. PORT WINE D. 0. ROBLIN Sole agent for Canada TORONTO K. MaeDoivdld � Right Wing J. MncMonald Tobin-YTchernc Centre. Kendall Mallon f.eft Wing Harris Gardner Official Referee-Walter Smaill. .Iud?e of Play-"Skinner" Poulin. Total Penalties-Vancouver 25 minuter. ; Westminster ?7_min,.t'.t"-:. Smith "atman j I New York. Jan. i,-Ottawa college Johnson j defeated MeGili University today in :i fast hockey gamo by a score of four to three Xagol played a notable game, .'icojiug two of Ottawa's tallies. Ua-.ikln, k i'Oi.i-pounder towered above everyone else on the ice and was a veritable; bulwark for'McGill. Dealt 5.- Pacific j THE STANDING I Vancouver, P�. C; Jan | Coi.st League standing : W. L Vancouver............ ... 3 I Victoria ................. 2 1 14. U New Westminster ....... 0 H 11 23 NV,xt match Thursday, .January 9, New Westminster at Victoria. JAS. R. KEENE'S BROTHER-IN-LAW DIED AT LEXINGTON, AGED 73 i pite his eno.-:no;iM sizbj Rankin was j fast, and hia kIicIb had ^accuracy and I terrjft; -. drive. Toward tin; end he began to rip tilings u:>, but j-.iily Russell stopped | him by sending him to the side lines i for fi''�' minulte) for slashing. When jhe rotiuiH'd he was much chastened, j Hughes, tho MeGili point was a fre-' quent offender and brought down on F. A. j himself two, two-minute penalties for 27 15 i tripping. Line-up: Position goal point cover rover centre left Lexington, Ky., Jan. .C-Major Fox Hall Alexander . Daingerfield, manager of the racing stable of Jas. R. Keone, his brother-in-law, died in a hospital here today, aged 73, uncon-ciouB of the fact that his iong time business associate and relative had passed away two days before. Ottawa Derocher O'Loary Goodwin Brousjo Nagle Do re DesjardiKs ri^ht MeGili Mann Hughes Rankin Fawcett Thompson Sargent Forman Served Him RiSht Tom-What did Dotty say when you told her she was a "peach?" Jack-She'sakl: "I.do l'eol Uk.o some thing to eat," and at coiir'uo I had to take her out to dinuer. Liverpool, Jan. 6. (Broomhall) - Wheat market opened steady % higher, influenced by steadier American cables of Saturday. Later there was a disposition to realize and prices declined H or lost the opening advance. Pressure was due to lesB inquiry for Canadian and plate parcels and larger American than expected. At 1.30 p.m. the market was dull and unchanged from Saturday. Corn opened unchanged and later declined % with a dull spot trade. Argentine-our agent cabled the weather as magnificent for movement and the finishing of harvesting and receipts at the ports are increasing rapidly, Early liberal shipments are expected this week. World's shipments:- Wheat, this week, 9,680,000j last week, 7,7tiS,000. Last year, 6,7118,000. Corn-this week, 4,698,000; last week, 5,038,000. Last year 4,642,000. The quantity of bread stuffs ship-pad for orders included in the above, 1,058,000 this week; 896,000 last week. t,200,008 last year. Total wheat taken by continental countries during past week: 5,532,000; this week ;4,05C,000 last week; 3.20S,-000 last year. PINCHER JUNIORS WON FROM TABER Pincher Creek, Jan. 5.-The Plnch-er Creek Juniors defeated the Tabor boyn here last wee.k by n, score of 9-to 3. The game was fast and exciting all through, although the boyti were playing under strange rules, and the home team displayed some tire combination work at diiferent times. Tho line-up was as follows : Pincher Creek Taber Goal D. D. Smith Point Geo. Browmsbtt Cover Point E. Williams Centre G Right Wing Miller Kettles Toote Marcejlus Pcllcticr Dobbie Lynch. Left Wing. Hover JJerryhill �Pierson Douglas Gorman ;