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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THK BRIDGE UAH. 1' HEKAMJ' THURSDAY, JANUARY U 1911 MD Hi HIGHEST E IN YEN [NICK TAlTLINGEfVS WHEAT SHIR I FED TO MINNEAPOLIS AT RECORD BREAKING FIGURE Society in the Gayest of Plumage (Continued Irom front RUN ON STREET COURSE THREE BLOCKS LONG LINED WITH SPECTATORS Fernir. H.C.. Jic. management uf Thomas I'M annual dog races were p.illc-J off :o- tijy. Thfre were entries tod a prize list of ooarsc EFFORTS TO HAVE SCOTTISH SOCCER TEAM COME OVER ARE BEING MADE TOTOMO. Jan. AUtouph I'aaiJa jalll ncl see an here the LOialns ll-.ere bea cr of the best club teams will tour The Ilomiufor. in three blocks long ou Victoria It nveriue. wbich was lined whh si'i tots, the races lisiiug hi o A rios oMied by won first ihat l .t-. cbainpiocs may be secured, and Sec- tetan- Watson oi ti--. Canadian savs the Celtics will Kecot'ds oiProminvni Boxers for Past Year What the world's best boxers hav> done is llie ritig io the past year: England lia? LCI replied to the Can- adian AsJOiMatioa, and M present only- Scotland is concerned ir. the proposed to'J r. Th-j ii will play in cities from to coast and into ihe aHbongh this would have to lie arraused later, as the American leanis are not aftil- ateU with Uie lateraational Aasocia- tlon, Tbe l would protably py part cf May, all of June and a r 2. X T in J'Jly. ?o that the 55 [players could get 'jack acd into shape 7 j for ojipnins of the soccer RITCHIE-MURPHY MATCH FOR CHAMPlONSHt" V.'iLL BE STAGED JANUARY JO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GOES ON RECORD AS AGAINST ;0-DAY RACE MEET San Fram-Sico, Jan. The Willie Ritchie Tommy Murpiiy ma'.c-i for the lightweight chacsplon- ship. scheduled for January ?3p has uuili January a' iae of the champion, because of sprained heel tendon. It was explained tbat Ritchie sprftmed o teudon oa one of his road Tvorkouts. ,Yr tides v.ere .Digued by the fight tromoler and managers for the Utters stipulating that each con- testant must a forfeit o'. vhifh in the event of to com- ply svlt'.i the contract, shall be evenly divided, between the other contestant ,icS the promoter. SHOOTING OUT OF SEASON Moose Jaw. Jan. Ii. -Mike l.aver- eus, ct Vi'ilcox, was fo-jnd guilty o! shooting prairie out of sea- roc here today was fined and corU. Lavereus was causbt In ihe act by K. M, P. officials on Sat-j urday. A bill consolidating the uilvar act. its vauoiis amenduitnts as well as bills reUtiu.5 (o lie civil utij lo triibt aiid loan ci'miuiiies will bf subiiittol (or your eunslifrrstlon. WESTKliX '.SKXATOIIS Several other bills Kill .submit- ted, including measures providing for The car wont to they taj- a sood price. I'm! m me not going to tell !ta what it was. I Juti but you can ,ay lhat 1 know vhal 1 th, lQ bj am talklne about when I mention thau that' ot any preceding whut, yja can use ruy nitme." j year. It bas come in greatest D. Finley, signed sworn to. UUK from (te llrilish Isles, anil from The -'heat la (juostion cattc from ine'thf Uuitfd Slates but a large amoint priie lot ovned by Nick Taltllnscr, of lol desirable iiHinigt.uion has also ClaWaolm, who has ivois many prizes rp.uhfJ cur shores from coun- at various places lor bis grains. It Uies. [went lo Ihe A. Huh-n Elevator t'om- THE OLD COUNTRY For KflMLves or or I'.i.ts l ourtelf. ask lor TJcltvU THE OtD -Mont.. Jan. liutle pany at Minneapolis. The chamber of commerce has gone on Grassy Lake had KIH'CATION' You will be pleased tn leant lhat satisfactory arrangements have cord as being unequivocally opposed j other day when a man was heralded made with the various provinces un- to racing, as Ii is conducted In Silver as offering Si cents, and Jlr. l'rr agricultural instruction rkj's: county. la a report 01 the ex- ecutive board adopted almost uimf- moualy by the chamber rhe thirty- opera- tion behvren the Dominion ami tr.B province which is tlius ufionled will evcelleni results In assur- ing better agricultural instruction and ncerifut imprnvcnitril of u-fth- ods of agiiculture. KAILWAV DEVKLOl'MEXT Ttt wort on tlip Xalional Trans- continental railvi-ay has been rapidly advanced the past year, anil lOtwithstaniiing the difficulties at- trndinK the conslructir-n oi the lluil- ton flay railway and the provision ot terminals every possible progress has beea made in bringing that import- ant project nearer to completion. XOTI11XG AUOUT KUKK HIIKAT In with the highly im- portant subject ot transportation of our products the provision of ade- quate terminal facilities at our Rrcat national ports Kas received and is receiving the attention of my advis- ors. .You have doubtless learned with satisfaction that the new government, terminal elevator at Port Arthur is completed and that it lias been in op- eration sir.ce October last. In con- junction with this a srstem o! interior terminal elevators has bern begun Fror.i lllKIIIJ Via 1840' 1 From IJvrrpuw] J To til LI PAX rnilTI.AMJ "ANDAMA" "ALAWWA" tich (Xt-x 1313) "ASCANIA" "AISOMA" U'J.OJ} CS.OCa Tons) Ol> Cabin Class nr.A havo srea: favor wild travelling "t-HA.VCO.Ml- 1JU) Itm 1S.160 Tons ncli-Twin -CAIUIAMA" 10 OCO 7oni tfrlplo Screw Ctrryliiff Fine. Second Tblrxl CUll. O'jr.ard Oorr-i-anr tain tstw.en New YorX. U'ljion. QtKrr.slowu, I.Jv- CCIipoL Xftlr Yoilc. McftlterrantJtfi. Adriatic. the iaitMl In "LusUanla" Noiv li'Jlldlr.jr for SeTv'-ct: S.S. For literature fill- IcpB. etc.. apply lo aay RsfJrcad cr Acent, or Tt. CUXARn STEAMSHIP CO. LTD. S. B. MITCHESS, Ager.f, Lelhbrldgc. i which'triii provide largclr inrrtaseil eFen io me sight CANUCKS FREQUENTLY THREAT. ENED TO QUIT BUT ARE INVARIABLY AT BISLEY Lotion, Jnn. 15. The National itiile asffuriation is nnt uillir.g tu inakp any stalcnicul lliO of no Canadian team aji- pcaring at Uisioy ttiis year if tlie war office target rule is. adopted and th" .13 ;i" .13 .12 .12 Kid Williams Patsv Braanicau L FranSie -R'JEiCll i. George .Cbip Ycuag Saylor Frtcldie Hicts Eddie -McGoorly Jinmr Coffej .Iclinny Dundee Knccko-jt Broivn Psl Brown Gunloat Smili Battling Nelson Mite Gibbons Johnny Kilbane Geo. carpentier llouck Jimmy Clabby Willie Lfftris Jess Willard Jlsy Bronsou Kam Lancford S Johnny SammerE Pacjiey McFariand 7 Carl 7 Otto Kohier Eddie Murphy Hob McAllister 7 Frank Klaus Duck Crouse s Charley "Arthur I'elfcey .....6 Bombardier Wells t Jlra Flynu.......... Ale AtUll Ad Vi'uiKasi Frank Morau ]indie Campi 3 5 .y'i were present: S 0 ...11 ...I! ...II ...11 ...11 ...11 ...II ...10 i h> ...10 ..At! ...M S S 1 3 1 0 1. 5 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Ii) 0 0 J 2 203 1 0 presentatives ot the several members O'i of lie Canada Fair Rac- olin? Circuit was Held at Regiaa last llTceb. The folioirir-g representatives PresidenL I. G. Huttie of faliary; vice-presUeat. S. A. Feme, of N'orth Batlleford: Charles May and WWIaEn Weil, of Edmoatcn: Dr. A. Be, of Winnipeg; H. W. Plant oi Fasiatoon: n. Ha'mill, Janes Boyle. T. Eifierkin, D. J. McKay. Mr. Sq-jeU-h, Mr. Lunacy, of Regina; I. Smale, U. F. Dracup, of Yorktoa. and E. L. Richardson, of Calxary. The meeting decided to ask that a board of appeals be appointed by tie Arr.tricac Treltfns Association fortr.e territory covered the We Skate We grind your skates as you flat or and guarantee satisfaction We tell the famous Automobile Skate the best in the world bar none Canaia Racing Circuit, the board lo be composed ol one of an exhibition and one rcpresentaUve u j ot the horsemen from il-dnitoba, Sae- 1 ana Alberta, of wblrh the O 0 president o.' tbe American Trotting Association ".'Quid be chairman. This board lo meet once a year to settle casea arising In Western Canada, and 3 with the right to appeal, if desired, to the general board of appeals, s'h iu Chicago. The running races be conducted under the Pacific 1! Coast racing rules. 1 The American Trotting Association Kill be asked to include in their Miles for futurity races. A number of applications for start erE tvere [iresenled Vj the meeting and after careful consideration, selected to start the running hories over llie entire clrc-Jlt ____ Dr. Jolin Scott lo start the har ___ I nt-ss races lor the meet" of the cir cuit. (omroencinK at llegina sor meeting. Tile Question of the exclusive o: juluels over the circuit Icr 19H te decided by their local Loards. Tlie meeting lecommenilcd to each tbe advisability of Including in their rate program a class for foais D, E. Macdonald 410-5th Sireet Agent Indian Motor Cycle Jan. ifoe lead-jff'. Ire, when they routed txo picked teams .representing the Knight McClure, who had prepared data on cost of the proposed scheme. It was moved that the left in the of Raymond. Both Jocal Of the board of managers after man on a big Isasue ball club plays ajshmeti splendid form, ar.d ihe score been ratified 'oy tile session. was ctver in dangerous hounds. The j mover remarked iu proposing most important part in the game. His to "get on" whether oa a hit Erst game was won easilj- by the loo-; ,al being'rather oac- or a pass'often has'helpel to win throughout the The more thari one came. Last season. 'A. boys worked h'ard, .b'jt thej' to ,ar. ,ot a .300 hftter ,ed off for any of the Eiiteen major lea- his motion thai personally he Tvould be tickled to. death to remain In bed on Sunday and listen to the strains of the muaic by Knox choir. It was also suggested that subscrib- ers to the convenience be put on the envelope list, EO that collections several doubt. The JIagrath ttam introduced part oi Magrath's guards, four tias- Mliler Hagfins of the Cardinals and Bert Sholten of tbe Browns. Hug- _ gins' value as first man at bat -as; on apparent because of the fact that he drew 92 bases on balls. But Shotten was even more valuable, he sali- baci strong with eight baskets. The final scoie was in favor of the ed 102 Umes during the season. Ed- hocal te3m. die Murphy, of the Athletics, how-j Tte gamc was a eihibitiou, ever, waj the leader o[ them all Unclean and gentlemanly. The K. A. strolled only 6S times but hit for .2S5. .bovs are a good bunch ol sports, and Rush cf Detroit, another man of small :will always a cordial in stature, also ivas valuable drawing 30 j the Garden City. The senior teams passes. 'lined up as follows Frilr Malsel. the Yankee's third I Raymond-Harris, centre; Sicv.fns saciwr. nroved to be a good man C' KW" lead off ior the Yankees, for 51 games hldcr' 'or'.iards. and SOUTHERN MAN ALLEGED HAVE BEEN SHIPPING MORE THAN HE OWNS TO ami fur foal- ot 1JU for open in V.Vstcrn ci.nni.i 01 rt 111 Canada. ThOie at the erjlorlainj-d it I'.inch ;it Hotel the IJOJrd. ar.d it evider.t all tho meetings held trat each member was iu do dveiythlng ir. for llie and Kelfarf- of the circuit. Eacli member present realized thai they could not expect to have every rendered lo suit them, and the best tompromlr" for the general goorl arrived at IG eacli case and Trade -Jr.atilmo'ji. fair. The former lilt for .253 and took S3 passes, while the latter hit! .272 und walked Cl times. I Nest to Huggins. Tomrr.y Leach of i the Cubs was about the best leader-1 off the National League bad as the- veteran averaged a hit to n game and 74 passes. Bob Besther provet1, an CK client waiter, walking 34 times and ilso balled well. Little Maraj- vllie of the Hraves 6S passea, alraort averaging a hit to a game in addition. None of the other National oft men. Siiotlgrafs, llurr.a ne and Moran made much ,hc fajr rah the K. A. well am from the n number ol who their favorites wonderfully. ALLEN TO DEFEND ing Injuries to playera. arid every irjam In (he league lias euf- lered Ir. this respect. New Weetmln- Kltr has 'jtet: antortun- ate. Ernie .lohnfon jiiet from a cut toot and Charlie To- bin' still on the hospital iiii with kh.ned ankle the learn further by the retirement of El. Oalman. p.-fco a broken toe In Hie gime ogalnst Vancouver last Friday niflit. frank Patrlclt stepped or. Oalrnan'8 loot In ittempllng to hurdle and llllle tot was Imctur ed. may out of the tame for weeks. TITLE IN SEATTLE Seattle, Jan. Allen, of City, champion of the ij'.lliarda u Is called defend hin title In Seattle, Cardston, Jan. hog stealing story OL some interest comes from tbe Oivendale. Woolford, anil Kimtall districts. For several months it is allejetl lhat porkers hate bffn miss- ing liom tt.e pcr.s o! the residents of these districts, and the local Cards- ton paper hjs been carrying lost ad- vertising for several htrds and single animals lhat were supposed at first to have strayed away. It now to light that a farm- er in Ihe sculli country has teen shipping more hogs than he had rais- ed himseif and his bills ol sale do not show the purchase oi as many as lie has limning on his place. [I is fur- ther slated that man shipped nearly a carload of porkers at or.e abilities for Uic farmers of the great rain procuring provinces. SAP'ETV AT SKA T he fJi Icr n a( ion al coiif ercnce cm safety ol life at sea