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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PI T ITEimj> i IPRIZES FOR v THEGURLERS f Ixxril Bowpiel Commen- ced Last Curling Club held the beginning local last night, and V time. The ice was keea, and the curlers, novic- had a night of rare .-The bonspell will continued the ice holds food, which, judg- [tei f torn present weather couditlons, acme time. -Senator DaVabef; has given a pair of 'for competition among the curlers, and to this a watch has been' added at a second It will a one-man rink af- expected that thirty or LATEST VIEWS THE HERALD'S Friday, Jan., 13 1911; LOCAL WILL HAVE OP- REVENGE FORMER DEFEAT There seems been no-foun- dation, for the report from Macleod thai :Pmchen Creek intended to drop ;rinore of the mefi who are just breaking laio 'the roarin' of the beaom from "th? district league. .Advice re- "inid itane will enter the competition. .ceived from., the gives assur- following la the score of played laicnigfat: tb the" nberot fc watch pincher here with bells "three end 01 the the games are ;YI Freeman, vs. and all have r iak s later "'than' .Saturdar nig hi.; V'. I ThVjfa players before' catering in am 7 of the ebmpetition'sl Bawdeia Campbell J. F. :Roagers skip liri- Stewart iJcfi: ''Stafford Brown Rink 1 JLJ. Rink 2 W.H. Young Dr. Couftice P. Cope K.D. Johnson, skip C.G.K. Ncrarae, ski 19 JHJ. Goode -A- Young j.T. skip 13 H. Scott r.: Scott Scott, skip 15 Rink 3 J- R. .Dcaald Duff R. McLeod V NT. McLeod, skip .12 Rink 4 G.'s. Mackay G.H. Johnston R.R. G.W. Robinson, skip 10 ight and tnere a certain confidence of feeling in the air which bespeaks a win, There is also every '.reason: to expect a good calibre of hockey. STOTSCrAME IN MANITOBA CHARGES WILL BE INVESTIGATED BEFORE ANY MORE GAMES Winnipeg, a meeting of the.M. AJ A, Ai.held this morning it wms decided not to sanction the hoc- key game of the Winnipeg A, A. A. at to the professionalism of some.of the Bran- don ;pJayers.-' The charges must first be thoroughly Investigated before any more games are played. TheRmg Baseball EDMONTON IN FAVOR OF ECKSTOKM JOURNAL SAYS HE HAS iT ON 'SAVAGE OR COUSINS FOR W. C.'.T. PRESIDENCY The Edmonton Journal, in com- menting on .the coming meeting of the Western Canada League making some very sensible "observations. To When the Western Canada League meeting at Calgary on Friday, Jan- uary 20, there will be some moment- ous questions decided. The election of officers, which is the outward and visible reason for the meeting. Is on- ly a preteit, for, as we all .know now, there may be no league left', to-elect officers. Baseball WINNIPEG GET TO IN LINK Bowling SUCCESSIVE MSE SUCCESSIVE FALL APPARENTLY DON'T WANT TO BE LEFT OUT OF THE LEAGUE That Winnipeg is decided upon hav Ing a team in the; Western League again seems appiroit by the excerpt from the rree Press: j Last night, in the flrat match since They are airing profession- tneir victory Davies and Sinclair al baaoball situation in Calgary and Macdonald and Nowak fell before the ari-i aow that.the lato tor-onslaught of a terrible pair of speed tae annual .meeting, of ths Western merchantz. Ross and Gibbons The Canada has set for this winners had the fewer points it was MACDCfJALD AND NOWAK DE- FEATED BY ROSS AND GIB- IONS LAST NIGHT The Macdonald-Xowak triumph was a short-lived one.. It Is hardly a week since. this team of pin cacklers rout- ed Sinclair for the two- i men team rolling- honors of the city. month, the enthusiasts are getting warmer on the much mooted question. Several of the ball experts of two cities have been giving their views aa to what teams should comprise the league next. year, and they are both against having to do with Winnipeg or Brandon this year, despite the fact CANADIAN PACIFIC ACCibENJ AT HOCKEY Aniigonish, N.S., Jan. at a practice Of hockey last night Frank struck in the eye by the ftuck.....An attempt to'stitch the injured organ was abandoned and the eye will likely hare to be removed. Weiteirtf BANKERS AND OTTAWAS AGREED NOT TO PLAY .The Bankers Ottawas who were tq-jplay adDty league ga'in'e'iast mutual agreement on account of the extreme''" :PLUS K FOR ROUND TR1F From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthmr ana Weet, ba, taskstcbewaa and Alberta Vancouver Victoria and Westminster Tkkata on sale December 15 -If and 17. 1910; January 20 21, at toe JS end February 14, mi; good to re- tura wlthiB three months trom date of iaeue. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for full information. Golf JAFT JOINS IN: GOLF QUARREL Objeota to Abolition of the Sohenee- tady Putter New Jas; Taft baa taken aMee against the stiff neck- ed bf-.the.iBt Andrews rules com- mittee on the edict against the centre Bhafted-putteV tliat are to be asked to.submk.at the annual meet- of the United' States Golf aasocia- .The question of a circuit for next summer bids fair to .cause" some rip- ples on jthat this city has'ahvavs proved the if all the clubs are it is-bread winner-for both the old North- going to mighty hard thing to ex- ern and the Western Canada o-gani- clude any of them from .membership, jza'tions. But the diplomatic Deacon Everybody has :igjven their -opinion {White, of Edmoaton, thinks that the as to-what-would'be THE circuit, for i league without Winnipeg included :-Macdonald 1911, so-we don't'Bee any'reason why never, be >a- success, and the Macdonald the Journal; .add its sUU .-Deacon, -who .has figured in baseball .Nowak smaU voice to the; ctibrws. for a long'time, now, should know The dopester would suggest that it more tfl.an the majority of the base- would be just as well to stick to In the Alberta cities. discovered when the totals were add- ed. but the match is decided on games won. r Tiie feature of the winners' perform- ance was the rolling of -Macdonald. In the five games played he stacked up a total of 933 pins.- He also captured the hizh single honors >by rolling 225 in the initial game. Kach game was decisively won with tne exception of .the last. The scores: old circuit.of eight if strong stock companies can be formed In Re- Moose' These cities have been members of-the'league 5n it's day" of adversity, 'BO why turn them adrift when the West "seems to be to :make ,1511. the best- to date. Four team leagues and Alberta lea- gues are all right..on. paper and appeal to the club owners, on- acco.unt of .their small expense, but the average fan does not welcome any .innovation that will tend to lessen the variety of the game at the same time raise the The idea of charging fonr Dits for baseball.is out of the question. The people will not stand for it a minute, and If-the'idea is gone "-through -with the box office receipts will suffer. If' the Edmonton baseball .club had WANT-PRESIDENT'S JOB The sporting editors of four oucnals at Minneapolis "Paul are looking for, the job .'of president of the Western "Canada League. :Thcy are Force, of the Minneapo- lis Tribune1; Ritchie (O'Lough- of .'the -Minneapolis Jour- nal Mclnerny, of the St. Paul Dispatch, and Barton of the Minneapolis News. 225 206- '170 143 1S9 .225-205 170 933 ..190 13S S31 Totals ..415 344 3SO 240 335 1764 Gibbons Hoss ..167 176 170 161 18 825 200 164 148 S68 Totals ..335 376 334 309 339 1693 PINCHERTEAM HERE TONIGHT WILL BE HERE WITH BELLS REPORT FROM MACLEOD INCORRECT EVENTS WILL AT END --'-jV..', New York, skaters from. all parts. of the United States and Canada'.will be in New York the latter Dart of this month for a series of races the auspices of tiie International Skating Union, for the American championship, January 23. The races to be held in the St. Nicho- 1-as include the quarter mile handicap, one mile race and novice race. Entries thus 'far included Ed-, mund Lamy, .Saranac Lake, American champion; 0. B. Busli, Vancouver, Canadian champion; Arthur Haas, Ohio champion: Harry Kaad, Illinois champion; Chai.'.T. champion Northwest; Carl A Ruth, Duluth, Western champion; L. R. Howe, Tor- onto, International champion; Phil Kearney, Eastern1 champion; and .W. W. Kuebne; New York distance cham- pion.- KID McCOY TO FLY The Former Pugilist is Ambitious ta an Aviator Norman Selby, or as he is better known in the pugillatie- -world, -Kid McCoy, is the lateet eonVart to arfe tion. The Kid belleTM that he haa all for a iucceasful air pilot, and ta'aot at all deterred fa tea that orartaok- Hoxsey, Moisaant and other- noted flyaM ,'tarough space. He alms to break wtablished mot long ago McCoy says haa the nocessary nerve, is 'cool and Is thoroughly in earnest in ala ambition to become an aviator. Kfd-.McGoy.hai played jnany parta 'on He first BDranr i prominence as a-boxer, and it waa at' the fighting, game that he won his greatest He was ona of the cleverest..men..whoever faced an op- ponent Jn the.rinV. ww not The Havana base ball team boasts of a third baseman who is somewhat of a freak in several-ways. The third sacker IB a left-handed thrower, some- thing rare among inflelders. He of Cuban and Chinese parentage. boasts of the Irish name of Moran. It would make some sure-enough son of land Erin threaten to do some dire things fer If he could see; the gentleman' who boasts of so celebrated an Irish name Moran, by the' way, 55 quite a ball player. He plays the third sack bril- liantly, is an adept bunter as well as a hard hitter, and like all the other o for the' fact-that; he" could not take on suf flcient; might champion of the He waa of the hardest hitters in the history of the American prize ring. McCoy drop out of the pugilistic arena haK a dozen years ago. He attempted" to of years slnoi. foun'd he had shot his bairpufH ly. Since retiring from" the pri he has tried automobile racing; has conducted a hotel, and has taken a hand; In real Jewelry work. Incidentally, he baa' et- record in- the 1In> Wat- H. marfied Tno- less than five It that was diTbfced from' hUi'; filth "wiife, the weal- thy, widow of Bud -Ellis. Sam ,'Langford and' Bill baro been -.matched to fight for a purse of in London oh February 16, according to advices received. Jimmy De Forest, manager of Pal received an offer to fight against "Freddie in Eng De will accept natives, is the possessor of a strong throwing arm and is unusually fast on his feet. Packy McFarland Moran fire talking fight IB Chicago, and if both are ready to makV concessions which it .-probable :they will, a match may be arranged. -Moran -wants Packy to make 123 pbunds at f o'clock but the Chicagoin wants 135 clock. at park uptown they might think of rais- was quite a slap at Pat Powers, the ing the price, but the fans will not, deposed president. make the trip down the hill' and also, pay an increased price of admission. Pinchez Creek is sending two rep- resentations here todays one to play hockey and the other to bowl. They a return-match Jor nie'r visit of a Lethbridge team tn i thc'I City In T.pt.hhririflrp To give Ed. Barrow the new head of' :e Eastern Leagus, a boost in salary'fcired a severe trimming. The local If there Is any chance of keeping the -M t Uon. is given with the! should be fenror of; aees the. use pi I favoriie club Thia is Ws ooinloa: My dear: Mr; 'hare yours of December 7. I tilnk the restric- tion' lapoaV J-bfi'-fiL A'ridrewa" is too narrow.f.li'think .putting -with .'a Sche- nectaldy ..sportsmanlike, and BO undue advantage. Sincerely years, WTtLIAM H. TAFT. The White'House, Washington ,Dec. 11, 1910." done. And if Regina... is so terribly jshakey, "not substitute Medicine Hat for it. The Hat was a good ball town until the dry nreather of last summer, and is worth another chance. For president there are three names mentioned, Hessrs. "Ecistorm, Cousins, and Savage of Calgary. Mr. Eckstonn seems to have something on the two other candidates as he has had a year's experience and It certainly was Canadian Pacific Railway FIRtT ANNUAL EXCURSION s Angeles, CaL MKC1AL TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, TUES., JAN, 17, Tickets on sale Jan. 14, 15, and 17; Final return limit, 90 days FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO AXGELES AND RETURN: raturntM via iawkane LOS via Tor fall lafonaatiM to C.P. 1117 ss rtHnmlm via Seattle tfl or to aa4 otber, eicunioa ratM coys with bablc say. they intend a vengeance. It that the home to tack is quite prob- team will be Because he could not learn to "wind easily -victorious. When they visited Pitcher Pernoll, of the Tigers, has JPincher'they suffered from several been "sentenced" to the minor leagues, j handicaps. LITTLE JOHNNY" OLDHAM A CURLER FROM A WA Y BA CK It is not generally known that John- ny Oldham, of local fame, fcs somewhat of an adept with the besom and stane. That Johnny is a crack curler is born out by intelligence gleaned from a year in which many things Duluth Herald and given herewith Mr. Savage is prominently con- rt present wintering at his home aected with the Calgary baseball Duluth, aitd apparently giving much and all the directors of tkat clue stand about equal in the minds of the Edmonton fans when baseball is being diacNuaaed. President Frank Orey of the local club, will attend the league mscting, aad he ia very much in favor of A .four team league, comprising Edmonton, Calgary, Branflon and Winnipeg. The Turf INDIGNANT CALGARY Edmonton, Jan. The decision of the Edmonton Exhibition directors "to hold a race meet of May 24 and 25, has raised a howl of protest from Cal- gary. From the context pro- test one would gather that the Cow Town has been In the habit of hold- Ing a on tfcose oayg, and ob- jects very ranch to Edmonton stepping in. Remembering how gracefully Cal- fary acted at the recent meeting in question of ex- not likely the Edmonton over the hibition datee, rt local directors will evince any anxiety to postpone their raoc meet. Anoth- er caee of tie stinfcr fettiac 'of his time to throwing the There appeared in the Dulnth Her- ald under the cut of a rink, the follow- ing: John Oldham, Edward Tumi, Roy Daetr, and Herbert Gravatt, the great- eat aggregation of carters in the Du- luth club: The little fellow in front' is John Oldham, Jr., and already he is show- ing signs that lead nig father to be- lieve that he will one day rank with "Bob" Dunbar. John Oldham. nf thia rSnV u probrtly the greatest player in 'the Duluth club. Pipe the Tvaite cap and the business-like attitude, not to say poae, of the 'amous ont-tnrn, forward march skip. -John jcouidn't curl a minute without that hat. year It was another ooter, but John had it cleaned some time during tie summer. This rink Is called almost anything. Ther are hard workers and never IOM onievs the other side bas made more scores at the end of twelve than they have. The curling season in Duluth is aot enooffk for Oldham, so he goes away up north each year as soon as the Zenith City season is over. Up there is said to be a farorite. He eurk diaas and never long with the a. caiae> John changes his style of curling with ths seasons. He used to start >r off with a long sweeping Cubanola glide-slide, but now he raises 'er and lets 'er go with m full arm and body movement, WTien John makes a good shot the buttons always fly off coat This has happened but once this year. John has worn 'his coat some, however. Edward Gurni is called the "pink kid." No one knows what Ed but it- surely harmonizes. He has curled these many years. When a child he used to practice at home with flat Irons. He has a nice smile and winning ways. Ed. is a dandy STveoper when there are spectators in the observation room, A long time ago Roy Deetz -was the champion in his neighborhood at duck on the rock. He has lost none of his f ___ J.K- __ iui LV. lliuS attained has helped him wonderfully at curling. He seldom says anything of his own accord, b.ut he always answers up right smart and in, a po- lite and respectful manner when spoken to. He prefers to let Oldham and Furni the talking. "OH Scout Gravatt" ia the hit of this rink. He is a sensation whenever this rink is billed for a matinee or night performance. He says he "thinks" he is the best curler In the club, but not quite sure of it. He ought to change that to "one of the for then bs tabs? .under no delu- sion. It was reported once that tfcis rink had won a game, but were so contllctlag the wires were -work- poorly Asa It profcably a Your Headquarters for i9io Financial Statements and Auditors' Reports, and for 1911 .Booklets, .Folders, An- nouncements, Circulars, Blotters, etc. THE fOBDEPT. Particular Printing For Particular People PHONE 1252 ;