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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET HBRIDGE DAILY HER ALT) Tuesday, January 21, 11)13. BOB-SLEIGH ACCIDENT'AT TOEONTO EOLLER MING AT THE FAIR GROUNDS Applicant Successful in Having Main Building Turned Over for the Purpose ? . for the se/,!on.l offeoce ?10, and third offence $15. The Toroncos contributed ?67, and the Wanderers ?62. From this one is led to believe that the Queen City squad were the worst 'CTWAfXhTTfWi >CDiET .'offenders, but in reality they were JlLJlVlUlNIUlN OriLLjnot, as tihe Wanderers got away with --------- I a lot that should have been nipped in the bud; while Torontos very seldom got away with anything. McGiffen was the largest contributor by handr ing over $36, while Russell ran him a ciose" second :with ?39 chalked up against his name. The list 4s as follows (official)-Torontos- McGiffen, $36; Wilson, $9; Marchand, ?15; Cameron, $2; Davidson, $5. Wanderers- Cadbtte, $5; Roberts, $7; Hyland, $2; Russell, !jS30; Ross, $9; O. Cleghorn, S-i;- S. Cleghorn, ?5. Hyland was the only Wanderer to escape a penalty, while Holmes, Foyston, Neighbor and McLean were excepted for Torontos. HAL CHASE SURE OF HIMSELF AT SECOND FOOTBALL Old Country Games RECORD OF THE SOUTH AFRICANS Says He Can  Make =Good at That Station Dffsottc Fact He's Left-Handed Edmonton, Jan. 20.-*Anothe,r iate start was the curlers' fate this moaning, and the games in the 9:30 draw were not finished until nearly 1:30. The plav saw another of the crack links go down. This was the Savage rink of the Victoria club of Calgary. Savage and McLeod met in the Burns Competition, and after a close and very hard-fought game, McLeod was the victor by the score of 12 to 10. � Rac of the Royals, had a very close game with Dr. Darling, and was only successful in winning by one point, the score being 10 to 9. This was in �the Grand Challenge.' Dr. Wright and Living, both Cal-stary rinks, were drawn in the Visitors, and the doctor had a very easy Win over his opponent, score 15 to 3. - MINSTREL SHOW NEXT New York, Jan. SO.-Can a left-handed man play second base as wel! as the man who throws with his right arm? Hal Chase, star first baseman of the New York Americans, thinks he can. "I do not think I would have any trouble in playing second base," said Chase, "in spite of the -fact that I am left-handed. There is a mistake, according to my opinion, about lefthanders playing second base. It is up to the man himself. I played the bag in Boston, Washington and Philadelphia, and satisfied, myself that I would not have any trouble in taking care of the position. I will jump at the opportunity if it comes my way." Points Points Versus For Against 24 3 S 0 Cornwall ........... 15 6 Monmouthshire .. .. 16 0 Glamorgan ......... 35 3 8 7 Newport'____ ....... 3 9 12 S Navy and Army ..... 18 16 East Midlands........ 14 5 Oxford University ... 6 0 Midland Counties ---- 25 3 Cambridge University. 24 0 . London.....-.---- 8 10 North of England; 31 8 . Scotland........---- 16 O- West of Scotland ..... .38 . 3 Ireland ..... ...,....... .38 0 Ulster...... ..... 19 0 21 8 3 0 Neath ........ ...... 8 . 3 Cardiff...... ____ 7 6 0 \ 3 Gloucestershire ...... 11 0 SPEED IS AMERICAN'S SLOGAN TO-NIGHT SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM INCLUDING "The Great acrince TWO REELS  ASK THOSE WHO SAW IT LAST NIGHT-SEE WHAT THEY SAY MISS AMY LAWRENCE WILL SING HOCKEY GROWING IN THE UNITED STATES Fine Goal Keeping and Much Combination Shown by Players Across the Line Thoroughly renovated in its interior and looking resplendent, Starland last evening opened to capacity business despite the frigid weather. The program was an excellent one and on all sides nothing but praise could be heard. In the special two reel feature "The Great Sacrifice," depicting exciting and bewildering battle scenes in which Jim Ward and Jack Ward, two brothers, are arrayed against each other, the audience were compelled to acknowledge the excellence of the production by frequent applause. By way of variety that uproarious comedy "Calino the Jerry Builder'1 found itself at once a warm favorite, as did also "Father and . Godfather," "The Amorous Trombonist" another scream ing comedy, and excellent views of the "Thames Valley Floods." The program is one of the best yet shown at Starland, and it is doubly enhanced by the singing of Miss Amy Lawrence, whose fine voice won instantaneous recognition in several attractive songs. The Starland management has introduced a capital idea' in the form of printed programs which will be distributed among the audience in future. The program will be repeated again this evening. Open Clone Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 21,-The grain markets for today were as follows: Wheat: May.............. Juno..........., Oats: Mav............ July.............. Flax: January.............'. 106% Ui6'4 May................11214 CASH PRICES Wheat: No. 1. Northern ............... 86% S8>4 Soy. :iou 87 8863 35 112 Vs ........... 82 �s Northern ............. 79Rh- ......... 76r;-� .......... 7:; ........... 62 Games of 1913 Must Be Faster, Declare Powers COST IRON MAN $67.50 of. entertainments. The.mid-day draw saw the opening hoys oi the Consolation, a.nd every game scheduled was in this event. , Benevolent .Employer-"James, you deserve more salary." Clerk-"Thank you, sir." Employer-"So I'll give you a week to- go out and get somebody else to give it to you, for I can't." o *y *�* *? *3* ** *? *� & *y & & They ar,e going to keep the ball a; Those who attended the baseball roiling at the 5Y.M.C.A. in speaking banquet at the Tacoma hotel recently Just now the observed that President Fielder A. Northwestern. League, mpagne glass with and 'hobby show, Thursday, Friday . Jones, of the Noi Saturday nights of this week, [ pushed back his ch CANADIENS LEAD NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 4, W. L. ? * Canadiens . ...... 5 o ? & ? Quebec ... . ..... .. 4 _ rf uTecumsehs . Z *** Ottawa .. ... ...... o �> ? '1 ? Wanderers . 2 4 ? I Torontos .. > 5 ? md "New Rival" Loaded Shotshells Good shooters and sure shooters are Winchester "Nublack" and "New Rival" black powder loaded shells.. They are strongly made and loaded with only.standard brands of powder, shot and wadding. Their even pattern and dsep penetration make them "sure game getters.' You' will find nothing b