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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta if* THE LETHBRI DGir T> AILY HERALD =?3r! Thursday, January 1Q, 1013 DP FOR LOCAL BONSPIEL Grand Challenge Trophy, Brewery Trophy, Visitors'.Trophy and Fourth Trophy Yet to be Named-Three Full Days of Curling-Something Doing Here ATHLETIC CONTEST TOMORROW NIGHT Then get up my auld Leddy,  sociation from local merchants, and The brakfast rcaak ready." one of these will bo put up. It will t> ii. ,,, u, be equal to the rest in value. For the sun on the snaw bank s be- ^ zcs besi(les lho tro_ � gmnm tae blink, ^.^ gC)-wUh eBch competition. The, Gao ma bannocks or broachin I'm aft trophy winners will receive prizes to i for the Lochan the value of $30. The seconds will Tae maak the stanes flee tae the Tee bo the recipients of prizes to the oh the rink. value of $20 ;> third prizes to the val- , ue of $10. I The annual bonspiel of the Letfc- The garaCs will commence at 9 bridge Curling, associat-iou, which will a.m., f p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m., 9.30 p.! be held here the last week of this m. This wiil make twenty games mouth, starting 0n the 27th and con- daily, allowing for ten outside rinks timting for three days or probably a and ten local rinks, half a day extra for finishing up. Invitations have been extended to will be as attractive as ever in the all the neighboring; town curlers to matter of prizes.' The trophies to be be present, and it is likely that a competed for are four in number and good response will result, include j The Grand challenge �piiy, given by the Works; the Brewery trophy,.given by north as Calgary in all pro>aMUtv. the Lethbridge Brewing and Malting The Lethbridge' annual bonspiel is company ; the Visitors' trophy, given always the signal for a good time by the Ellison Milling companv. The among the men of besom and stane, fourth prize has. not been de^nitsly and the association will spare no donated yet, but two offers of tro- pains in furnishing entertainment for phies have been received by the as- the visitors. An athletic competition will hold the boards at. the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow night, when the brawn and skill of the gymnasium exponents will be put to the test. , An attractive programme of events has been arranged, and the price of admission is only, ten cents. The events iuclude: Running high jump. Dip on parallel. Three-leg race. Shoe race (junior). Spring board high jump. Running high kick. The local baseball situation must remain in abeyance until some questions are decided. The overtures of the Calgary and Edmonton magnates ( towards the southern cities, namely, | Curlers Lethbridge and Medicine Hat, as in-  tro- will be seen here from Medicine Hat timated at the. Western Canada lea- j r^f1*- LlvC t0 �ranbrook anti froln towns as far gue at Edmonton must be awaited. 1 And whether the Union association will be organized again1 this year must be decided before any practical movement can be taken toward the forming of an Alberta-Montar.a international .league. At this end we are inclined to believe that a league formed of four Alberta cities and' four Montana cities will appeal to Calgary and Edmonton baseball interests, also the Hat. In fact', it is reasonable . to Don't ever stand In the "house" unless It is in your charge. Only one ]>elieT that in the n,orth wb*re tni5 �� ^ ,___,.. ,,..i.., : baseball outlook is eloomy that they will be overflowing with joy upon the WALLACE STROUD -Centre player in the Toronto Canoe club juniors, who looks good for championship of Junior hockey in Ontario Hockey association this year. Stroud has played In many cuies throughout the west with Massey-Harrfs teams, and is regarded as already a star. FOOTBALL Old Country Games OPENS_ATY.NI.CA. Pirates Defeated Eagles and Dormitory Won From School Team District League Hockey Match at Lake Last Night-Teams ' ' Shaped Up Well , Basketball has supplanted indoor baseball as the leading game at. the Y. M. C. A. now. It was the purpose x?t tho physical department, when making plans for the seaaon, to let baseball have the run the first half of the winter, while basketball held j Lethbridge defeated How Island a monopoly the second half. It was here last night at the lake by a score the first attempt at Indoor baseball, 0f 4 to 1 in the first league fixture and It proved a fine drawing card. j j j ice The ataving power of Now basketball will hold the at-' , , ,,,� '�,"ni>rinr In tention of .the member., and last �ft wa r"^�01 night saw the initial games of the Y. ^$��u 'of tt? gume'was '"all M. C. A. league played. The Pirates f*^TT1 � -"he* first half the were victorious over the Eagles by JWy(d � ;ftn even basis and 19 to 12, and the Dormitories defeated . ^Xg^looA. The locals were '-.iftXpBrtl.Dtre MAHKttT*  Elevator Prices '* Healthy advances ai'e .noticeable today on the local grain market, which has, for the past day or two, been unusually quiet. There are,no chaiigeB in tho prices on,other commodltieef. . Elevator Prices No. I. Northern � -.. . * .� . No. 2 North/era,'*'; .. ,. .. . No. .3 Northern; .v .... .. . No. 4 \'.;-r .k.. ........ v. No. 5 -. No>;l AlbertavR�d:,.. �V>v. ' No. 2;R# . .>;�.... No. 1 AlBelrta'-fte** ;'. ..... '1 No. 5 Alberta  Rod ,...' .. . bran, per ton .. .. .. .... . Shorts, per,ton ....... .. . 'Jats, per'ton, taekad ..f. Boiled Oata----....... >'eoetablc�t Potatoes, per cwb. ......,.,........ 0.79 beets, per lb. ...... ....... .. 0.0'J "arrots, per, U�............. 0.09 tft> & f ill !>7 "Si 46 Hot 88.09 '38.08 27.0B the School team, 22 to 16. 1 ,  >� , a ^ � t m 1 The games were not perfectly play. �^ ^ ^ ^**>T?\Z P�.>................- -W ed, fOT most of the players axe rusty and out of practice, and not a few are novices at the game, but that did not prevent lively and well-fought encounters. The teams lined up as follows: Eagles-Williams, centre; Chls-holm, forward; Frey, forward; Mc-Phee, guard; Sidenbecher, guard. Score, 12. Pirates-Turney, centre; Hai-riBpn, complishing the trick from left wing onions 'per lb on a slick piece of combination work, -ouitry. in which the forward line manipulat- >ese. Ilv� ed the puck. The first goal was put Turkeys '�"*'' through in four minutes. The visitors j Uv 6urins''ch\'uk^hs,'npi-'Th' steadied themselves and fought the! ,J. 8prWl8 tnlL�ens. P� l*- forwaTd; Irish, forward; Carr, guard; biilet in the ^ teadied locals every inch of the way, the latter appearing to slight advantage. Then with a grand swoop the Islanders broke down toward the local goal and Gallaghor took � long-chance shot which flitted by Pilling and found its Fowl Ducks .01 J, n.i� 0.22 0.15 0.13 0.1S THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES "London, Jan. 16.-The following ad- Inkster, guard. Score, 19, Dormitories-Dunn, centre; Gordon, forward; Saskel, foTward; Allen, guard; Cariie, guard. Score, 22. School-Stewart, centre; Cameron, forward; Hanch, forward; Pernle, i(Dunsworth), guard; McKitljop, guard. Score, 1G No more scores were registered in that half which ended ope apiece. SECOND SESSION At the opening of hostilities the game was hot and closely contested, but soon the visitors commenced to wane before the aggressive methods [ SOmewhat .dull "Winnipeg, Jan. .16.-The news cf the fall of Adrianoplo had, if anj> thing, a bearish effect on the market here, and a strong opening 'was followed with a- weaker close. There is a good cash and export demand, but Offerings are light. Oata and flax' were steady and, On January 22, the next |ames will of *he locals and then the Islanders Receipts continue heavy for tho1 ditional cup ties were played today, De playe(L when the Bankers meet became easy picking, though they put u Qf and inapection8 tor the net result being that seven more tne Farmers, and the Dormitories UP a stubborn defence. Charlton was d ere 744,carg. with goo in sig Some Curling Don'ts When you are not sweeping remain around the hog Be careful where you step when passing man has a right there, line. Don't move any stone in play, the "house." Don't ever sweep a stone in the direction in which it is running. The "aooping" should be done across the rink. Don't stand Idly by and watch the stones slide along toward the tee. Be ready to jump in and "spop" when the skip sings-out. Don't ever try to measure stones until the end is completed. It is not keen curling and besides it is contrary to the rules. decisive results have to be reached in replayed games before the schedule for the second round is completed. Tottenham Hotspur 6, Blackpool 1. Leicester Fpsse 1, Norwich City 4. Stoke 2, Readings 2. , Sheffield ti vyednesday 5, -! Grimsby Town 1. clash with the Eagles, Football Notes the first to prove that the tide of battle had turned' in favor of Leili-bridgc. McGillis punctured the defence ol the Islanders to provo again and then Charlton repeated for the final score of the game. The .weather was cold enough . for CLYMER SIGNS CUB CONTRACT Outfielder Scoured from Minneapolis American Association Team Accepts Terms Offered by . Murphy v. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 15.-Ottis Clymer,' outfielder, formerly a member of. the Minneapolis American association team, today signed a contract and returned it to President Murphy, of the Chicago Cubs. Clymer will report about February 1. DON'T WEAR A TRUSS! After Thirty Years' Experience I Hav� Produced an Appliance for Men, Women or Children that Cures Rupture * \ Send ft on Trial If you have tried most everything else, come to me. Where others fall is where I have made my greatest . mcceiss. Send attached coupon today �nd I will send you free my Illustrated TEMPTING OFFER But Rankin ls Resolved Not to Be-~\ come Pro. Hockey Player Toronto,. Jan.; 15.-Frank Rankin has decided finally that he will not leave the amateur ranks to join the Toronto professional hockey team. He stated this morning that he positively would not join the Toronto's and that at the end of the season he would hang up Ms stick for good. They were willing to offer him just receipt of the news that there is a prospect of organizing, a substantial looking league, a league with better prospects than any baseball organization that has yet come to light in these western wilds. We can picture Sain Savage and "Frank Grey throw-iug a fit of joy upon learning of the international pro.iect that has been broached by the Union association clubs, for .Sam and Frank) have lost a" lot of sleep in an attempt to conjure up a plausible baseball circuit. The proposition should appear to them like a ray of sunshine through dark and heax'y clouds. In Lethbridge we had rather Aston Villa- h&v.e. secured, frem Bp! ton Wantarers'Tpin, for 'ttbom tUe- players and for the spectators a Westham^l/nited 2, West Bromwich t&ey paid a. transfer. fee of. $7,500. trifle too sharp, but a fair number Barber has been-sought after *y;sey. !.|lined the fence and enjoyed the 2%-eral of the leading clubs, and the Villa change of hostilities which au^evs must be counted fbrturiato la securing 1 well for a good district league. �this ybnd�rful-T)lay�Pi...... . K'i" - ' Next Tuesday evening the.cclebrat^ � inuring .the, games played in led Taber '"Chefs will be here for a Christmas', week, ;Maacheste�:sacceed- j scheduled engagement Albion 2. Newcastle Cnijed 1, Bradford City r* -.(.wJBfcrtv-, v..'. ' '. CANADIANS' WON POOR � GAME JROM QUEBEC - - if.*. '*Monti'eal,:hr| mat Dlaced-'sta e a crowd' g room at a. premium at the ;a^)ia;-{onight, the Ca- hadiens .turned *^e-fibres on Quebec, for. - and wbn^from tijem bj^a score of 5 to gotten the idea' of ,.pro. ball as ^ affe4#.'8 .o^'^^10iOfflst:eJcliiWtions-_ adaptable to this city-and the com- ; oft'ered7*ere'^^^aj^^ff^,Nelth^rjLg�d a good performance,'.considering municatfon from Great Falls to C. Jteam display.e^any, ^lh^^e^"\at ^ftey-had- a .weakene'd''-teaitf.-- J. Eckstorm yesterday came as a! teaT, play or ft|^sticfe^^dlih^^and ^ ' - *" ---- ' shot in the night. Should the Union ] ba4 the CanadfeJ'�*o^'|^ttjpi'^:;^8i-association blow, up, which is alto- I tally of iAre^'^^s^i^^:oiiienias gether.likely, and should the Savages' period, the deds^fift^i^tv^Ye'y'beeii' and the Greys fall in with the inter- j reversed. The�'�r^^eid^ent.;pf'.-^lqiia* national scheme, the men who make ! for the great�r)Uaffi.'ofv?jtife;''sec'Qnd , the noise in local baseball circles will period so weakened th Canadiens about anything he cared to ask, run-1have to get out with their trumpets., that Vluebec outplayed' them,; and rung-well over ?2000. I and blow some mighty blasts. BALANCE OF POWER IN NATIONAL LEAGUE Hugh Fullerton Says it's Shifting from the East to the West --Thinks Bresnahan a Good "Find" for the Cubs (By Hugh S. Fuller ion) The pendulum of strength in the National league, which has been 6'winging eastward for a few years, seems to more westward-and the'ac-tivity of Cincinnati and Chicago in the National league and of all four of the western clubs of the American promises better for the west in the intersection;!! / series of the coming season. Chicago and Cincinnati both took on more formidable fronts this last week. Tinker has scored a ten strike in securing. Mordecai" Brown, I do not count so much on the games that brown will win by his own pitching, as I do upon the value his coaching and quiet, infermation will have upon the erratic members of the Reds' sy, ,..... 2gk vbo'qkjon'Rupture and its cure, showing pi'yji'Appliance and giving you prices and names of many people who have f'/trle^'J'itiaiid were cured. It is Instant trK relief When all others fail. Remember &^,||ut(e:.'natBalve8, no harness, no lies. The. above Is C.E. Brooks, of Marshall, ' Mich., yyho has been curing Rupturo - .for .ever 30 years. If Ruptured write him today the week in grabbing Roger Bresnahan. The Cubs now have the strongest catching staff in the league, and �the best hitting and most dangerous catchers. There is a lot of gossip about Bresnahan and Archer not be ing able to get along with each oth er, but this I consider foolishness, Any one can get along -with either one. They are sensible boys and experienced, not likely to lose their heads. Evers will not have any trouble with either one unless he loses his head. They will not. Evers is taking an active hand in shaping the team, but the moves thus far made indicate that he is not to be the real manage?, but that the team will be handled from the tenth floor. The head of the club has handled all ; pitching staff. There never has been | deals thus far; merely consulting Ev-a closer student of pitching than ers and th^n usinS his own judgment. Brown. He will be valuable all sea-1 This does not> matter much during j son to Tinker as a relief pitcher, and:the winter, but it would be fatal to during the latter part-of the season j tr�e cl"h if carried Into the playing I believe he will come around-.-into i season; No team can serve two mas- ;hape to take his regular turn on the lab. New suppose that last year Brown ; ad been with Mt? Reds. Suppcsethe voungsters had carried -the team at ^ftt^^S?^!011 tvial to prove what I-say �&W^m'>;-iS:ou 'are the judge and onco _ . .. , t . . mu P/5il�yin|.Been my illustrated book and ind put }t far out aheid. Then sup- Raft. >-il-_rli'di ^v.i;"..i_Lv_' : ^ittt � ^ _ . _ '� .^.1_____ . nnszi Rrnirn haA hnon *-A pfan jn terg, and no manager can ,have the respect and obedience of his men if they believe he is not armed with complete power. Even Chance lost his grip on the players wljen they pe- d flying pace up to the first of June came satisfied that he was not a complete power. I heard them talk about it. ;;-'/^oup6ni>:b_,elow: and mail today. It's pitchers. The team would not have W^M^?^1' J'ou-r tlme whetaer plumped as It did, would, not have ^^iSSk'^pty^ty*-�I not llost eenfldence and condition. It FREE INFORMATION COUPON jatjB.','UrooksT. ,'9i5A';State Street, iffi^apne^fjuwil ;>1nv jilsia Vouri" JUustrated; Tjoob and '-�9nwffir?^Ma^on ahWt y�ur appliance^ for the "cure of rupture.  -ir v.......................... would have finiahed well up with the leaders with a fighting chance for tho pennant. If Tinker could have the luck;.to;get a flying start this-coming season such as the team did last year ,\ 8, R. P.' Cooper, Vermilion, \ ji R. H, Wlllottshby, Royal. , A. V; ftunh��.v- Hoyal,;-- vft.-,:'.  :. W^ght, Vietori% , CHICAGO GRAIN PRICES Chicago, 111., Jan; 16.-The 'wheat market was nervous during the first hour of trading today, but the tqno generally was firm on an'' advance at Liverpool. May opened a shade to % to 'A down, at 95 to 94%, and declined to 94%@%, and recovered to 95%. May oats opened a shade to %@% decline at 34% to 34%, touched 34%, and advanced to 34%. OUR BROOMHALL LETTER Liverpool, Jan. 16 (Broorahall).- The market is strong, in. sympathy with firmness in America, and sharp advauceitj. in Buenos Ayres, and prices are % to % higher, and following the opening there was an additional gain of % to %, with the undertone firm. ' Plate and Canadian offers are firm, and there is an Improved demand for spot, with cargoes in good request. The Continent is bidding freely, a�nd taking "rather more freely of American wheat of the good.grades, and millers are buying. Business is being checked by the advance. At 1.30 p.m- the, market;was firiw '% to %THKhe;r than yesterday;; v, Corn opened % to % higher, and lurOier' advanced % tq,vty,.",.w}tU shorts, covering on the,: dry. jweatlieji ii> the'' Argentine,, strength iu'Ameri-ca, and firmer''American, offers, � ��'Our. Argeniiiie'- ag*nt cables that hot,; dry .weajfbjir'.r^ .damaging' the growing corn crop, and already-there is littlo likelihood of the crop being eillttil. to tliafc.oi'-laet -yew. - -Last" iear the crop was S72,000j000 tousnela, ;