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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DA1LV HKRALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1911 E il 10 UETHBRIDGE CURLERS WILL TRY TO BRING THE HAT CURLERS IN LINE BONSPIEL HERE SET BACK A DAY OF LOCAL COM- PETITION The bosspiel ol the locM Curlbg club will bc deterred one day, it will taie plare on the 3rd of Feb. instead of the 2no. This has been done to allow of sufficient time after the Me- nicine Hat bonsjiel which though slat- ed to close on the Friday previous, will not likely close til) Saturdey and there will he a goodly nuraber of l.ethbridge curlers the Hat taking in tie 'spiel. It is the intfatioa of the.local rep- resentatives at the Hat to try aod ir-duce the club there to 'join the Crows N'tst Pass Curling association, and there is every livelihood of their efforts bearing fruit. With the Medi- cine Hat club as a member the asso- ciation will bs materially strengthen- ed and greater prestige will be in- herited. LOCAL COMPETITION The play in the local competition ct the curling rink last night was i.ot as close as the. two previous nights, but that proved DO detriment lo the excitement in-the games. Sta- cey and Johnson rtnss were forced to play extra ends because o! a tie, Stacey's winning by a point. The re- sults Wanlrss 10 Wales Freeman 5 Skeith 10 Htacey 13 Johnsoa 11 Davidson 11 Aird No.'2 5 Robinson 8 Simpson 9 UcLeo'd'9 Hamilton 7 TONIGHT'S DRAff 7 P. SI. vs. Franklin JIarrs Boyd Dr. Stewart Aird Held Bruce The League have now secured managers for nearly overy te-inl in the organisation, anJ there he sorae famous players with the i-ed flag c-f iho rebels greeting the fans iu the spring. Tne most notable thus far secured are Joe Ticker of the Chi- cago team; MordecaJ Brosvn of the St, Louis club; Otto Kiuto of the Baltiaores; Jimmy Shecliard of the Piitshurgs; George of the Kansas CUv aggregation; Bill Phillips, of Indianapolis, and Larry SchadV ot Buffalo. The manager for Barney Hepburn's Toronto team has not been selected as yet, but as it is Bernard is in- tent on bis ciuh making a good showing, U Is likely that a pile ol kale will be offered lo the right man. If the Toronto team jets "Yif" Owens from Minneapolis thev will hare oie of the best receivers in fast company today. And he is stHl young, betcg only 25- Presldent Gilmore still persists in his attitude of fcrbidiling any players who have signed with or- saniied baseball to play with the Feds, while FulU threatens j to decorate any player who stgps will tie Feds, with the tinware, it looss as though tiere might be some action in the near future. __ COLLAR. 2 for 25 CM. A fa.. Uc. Kiln. UYE UP SAYS PRESIDENT BAN JOHNSON, OF AMERICAN PHY ECHOS SENTIMENT BROUGHT OUT MURPHY AND FITZSIMMON8 FROM AUS- TRALIA Committee on Elevators Report (Continued From Front Australian Hilly Mury-V, who an- nexed tie {eatherwelrlu champion- ship of IhQ world by dots-atlas Iko at the oM California Athletic Club In San Francisco twenty-Jour years ago today, had a career very much like that of Bob Fitislmmtns. His language was a pronounced cocX- cey dialect Just like Ruby Robert's. Llko tha great Fiiz. ho began flghl- Inj In New Zealand and. also llko Bob. later went to Australia. In tlml country he whipped the best of the. little men, an! many welters lightweights. At that time Ike Weir feattierwetght champion, and tho of the California Athletic club were anxious to get somebody Chicago, Jan. 21.-Reports of both wllo jjt'.fast Spider, warring factions o! orsar.ized End TnQ of the zealandla, whkh outlaw baseball, the latter as lets-ten San Francisco and by the- Federal league, were traKa, v.-as a great sport, and he told 1 ccoMent tonight of future success. Predictions that tie Federal league would "give, up the diost" in a short time wire niada by President John- sen of ILe Americv.a league. Charles YV. Murphy of Chicago ecfcoed the fen-} Ffdrral's hrainuarters Murply'a arrival the Cal- fiiled all day with men who were Athletlo' club oScials wanted timistic Mr the future ot the' new j who could whip Jack Demp- been ln the 40 ballplayers, sey, ueu middleweight charnrion, and m of com the aboia -Murp'jy. Tbe captain "was commissioned to bring Murphy over. Billy une ou Che Zealandia, and kept" in training by the Golden Gate the. middle committee. Some later, tho secretary at Calgary was In- formed members of the .govern- ment over the tliat certain Individuals claiming to represent the board ot directors local unions of the Untted Farmers of Algeria ive-ro endeavoring to have the net as en- dorsed at the meeting of February 11. materially changed in principle, and your executive uho. with Mr. Bcvlng- toa. formed tlio Fj'cciti elevator com- mittee, ivera obliged to return io moalon at a few flayft1 notice. Your committee- again met tho government representatives when tho ivholo act was gone through once more. clauFC by clause, and Its acceptance once more re-affirmed. In accordance "with the Instructions of tbe board of di- rectors at tho meeting held on Feb- ruary 11, Unfortunately, however, yt this tlmo a number of articles ap-' peared la tho Press from iomo source making certain slateiuer.ls in logard to tho want of uuatiloiUy on our board as to this particular act. It was, therefore, deemed advisable to call another special meeting of the full board, which, was held on March 17. At thts meeting, after some the act aa then before Parlia- ment was finally accepted by unarU mons vote o' the full board. Your legislative committee, to whose charge the bill bad been left during its passage through Parlia- ment, -worked very hard for the act, meeting the cabinet, members of the government, and the Opposition on occasions. Eventually tho act received (Is third roadinir, and was placed on the statutes of the pro- vince by unanimous vote gov- ernment and opposition parties. Your Executive committee, who, under the act, became provisional di- rectors, then took charge of the or- ganization work, and full rojiorl of j what was done by them has already iho abaoluts control anil was tu (he hnr.ds of lUe farmers thciu- st-kes. overy ciiance of Interefcrenco from any other Bourco eliminated.. Your conmiltteo acted on thc-So ro- counuendatlocs, fttid (ho present Rt'l. IticoriwratlDg ttu> Alberta Fanners' Elevator td baswl entirely on tho Saskntcbfwan act. the only material difference being in the financing of Iho elevators', whereas bad already been lay chief of the Saskat- chewan system. Iu Alberta It was felt that we must provide means for raisins sufficient funds at each whero an elovalor liullt lo 'inanco tho of grain at that jiolnt from our owu resources, and at the eaiue. lime provide for oth- er than tho handling cf grain Reports Optim- istic in Strain (ConUoued froai front show an increase of more than 40 pot cent. hst year. When out con- Killers that to lack ol lunds early in the it was cct-cssary lo cut organization work to a mini- ir.uiu, anJ that thi? grou-tli almost rntiroiy voluntary atnl due u. local influence, the aliovc figures aro iui'li as we may well lip proud cl.. Another point worth noting per- haps, is that tl-.e demands for plies liavo im-KMsM no loss than l'ii> per cent. the stguiKcancc ui figuri's, tiiose in close at that feint. It was al-'o necessary putli the ceiitnil ofllce cannot fail to tho powerful league, while about _.___. many ol them of raxoi iaey again D-i-pealed lo Hie skipper league teams, made calls at the tbe In 1SSQ Ruby Rob- fice. The most noted ol the players ert came over on thai and kfept present were Russell Ford and Ed.jin shape by toxins with the Bailors, battery mates of the Nen-'and also offered to box the compass. Jan. EO.-Oae of tbe test York A mericac s. Howard was also a caller. Camoilz Within a year'after BiUy .Murphy's T, irMch was held in August, 1P1 A Short History Possibly a few words, tracing the progress of Uio work in connection Clark McXabb' Scott McCullocn XeUoa Shepherd Stelth Wanless the bringing into existence of arrival on tussle he-won the world Alberta Farmers1 Co-OperaUve Chicago, Jan. featherweight title by defeating Ike. Bjevator Company, Limited, may not -s-as Ihe feature a( the open players alreadr ur.Her contract T.-ith American soil be captursi the middle- air rtalc last night .hen about a huo- Werals be o( ae t, 'HAT MANAGER SIGNS UP GOOD BALL PLAYERS 'Medicine Hat, JID. 22.- -Manager Dann writes tint he his aknod up pitchers, ote a couth He HJS thej are big, slrong and all loot good. Dunn nas UnA, Stroster, Merlin, and a left- hander, whose name 13 kent dari. The members o( last year's team if ho -rill be back are In good shipe, and Till be faster than ever. dred maskers thronged the ice. .Miss Small and Messrs. Barnes, McClarty. j dilmorei ol thelFeJ" Craven and -wno acted as the J eral League, sent to President Batpr, judges, leads the prize awards as fol-.cf tne Philadelphia' Nationals nK-lar- ing he woiild "protKt" the coatracts Irene Bruce TVill Kil- out of the civil courts. This ullima-1 jack Dempsey. au Irishman. a. Both Ausirallan Bjlly Mnrphy and Bob Fill fcffisht Inelr. first American batteries at the Caiifprnia A. C. in Iowa: Beat lady ckilei as Cleopatra. Best gentleman sbater Hunt the King's jeiter. Best couple In Duus- iord as Butterfly and Mr. Hunt. Best Haus and E. Ryan 'a as German Burgomasters. Winners In double Druce and Mr. Patterson. Hace for boys under Atkins. 'Obstacle Murpny. LOCAL SENIORS LOST: INTERMEDIATES WON San FraDClsio, and'o.otH were- victor- ious.' f'.'f vton. MMdalor .iter a pollcy flrst being placed on record by the fesso at tbe meeting with the premiers of the three provinces, held In ReBina, 1003. At that time the policy of the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND ALZXANTJFR U1KD, JOHN AIRD. General V. C. BROWN, of C.ntj.l Wnlem Braochn CAPITAl, RESERVE FUND, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Credit issued by this Batk overcome the annoying diffi cut ties of obtaining fundt abrenJ, MpecisHy in places where identip.calion is difficulL Afid Dmfts oa all the countries of Ifie wortd, etc., caa be cabbed or ptircbared at r .wn in iterliog, francs, lilc W26 Lethbrldge Branch R, T. Brymner, Mgr When Sending to TBE OLD COUNTRY For Relations or Friendt or Travelling Yourtelf, for by CANADIAN SERVICE M "d u inJ f vh ini ferttr. AlAUNIA" Torn TaTii. AUSOWA" TOM uttam en. (II.) Crtln tr.l (Wly utd tev not a bluStr but a felbw with an army of friends, a thorough sport, whoaQ personality. will help Tinker's team immensely." REDCLIFFE APJD MEDICINE HAT WON HOCKEY GAMES Fn tho southern of the Hockey MetHcInt: Hal 10 to 4, ami defeated Tabcr, C to 1. schemes, so far as tho Manitoba one wa's concerned, it was found that gov- ernment .ownership and operation oi the fc'ievators was an absolute failure, largely due. to the fact that the re- commendations made by tbe farmers for the appointment of an Independcnl commissioa, and the taking over of al tho evelatore was not accepted. In Saskatchewan the commission appointed reported In favor of tho or ganizalion of a line of elevators on a more or less co-operative basis. In eluding tho organization of locals at different points where elevators "were required, tho farmers subscribing per cent, of, the cost of tho elevator tho government advancing 85 per cent., to be repaid with interest o-j of the profits of Iho company during a period of twenty years, (he govern ment being secured by first rr.orlg.ig" aralnst tho elevators and persona properly of Iho company until th loan'was repaid. This report was ac cr-pten by the farmers and Hio KOV "nrnent, the final act being accepl by tho legislature In March, fines which perod in all our dellh ent'ons on trie elevator nuestlon. th Saakalcbewan act been accept fio.nadr! 03 r-Weii ths Alberts system should be tafod'. Needed Clearing It will bo remembered that In th rerort of the Elevator committee ac- cepted by the last convention, and I 'he discussion which took place o: f.'aal report, It pointed out tha tfiero were a number of points In th Saskatchewan Plan which were no eltogelher clear, an-! -whidi, afte careful consecration, your commute had decided far from satldir cry from Iho point of of Ihe fai and recommended that whocvc liail chareo of the drjftlng of Ihe A herta act would be Instructed to e imfnato thcso weak polnls, nn'l pn vide for Alberta ft syntcm In which COUSCIL or The report o! the Alberta section of the Canadian council of agriculture. is very significant at this tiir.c. Tho council was given very little satisfac- tion at the hanris of (he government at Ottawa as will readily be seen liy the following extract from the re- port, which was read by Mr. Cars- well of Tied Deer. The manufacturers' association adroitly avoided a jr.cel- ir.g with the. fanners. "Tlic ri-vc-piiuQ of your representa- tives by Mr. Borden.and his caliiisel courteous and careful at- BUOKIKOIL-VM. hlndler, known as Santa .NOTHER DEATH IN THE PRIZE RING Santa Rosa, Cal., Jan. 'Sailor" Stiarkey, 3t, who was Pri- ay night knocked out by Clias. Kir- y, of Canada, a middleweight, died onlght. It Is believed his neck Mas rcken. Kirby him an over- and. cross to the base of the bratn aa was reeling from a right uppercut tlons. On the tarifi and British pref- erence questions, you: committee fcel that very little will be done at the present time in tlie direction asfcerl for. On sataplc markets, yowr com- mittee were told thai the matter had been postponed indefinitely. We were told that- the required amendment the Canada drain Act in regard to the turning over of the itisrcctioh of weights and scales in line elevators to the Board and Grain Commission- ers ivouM be passed nt the r.cst ses- sion ot Parliament. Our resolutions on the removal the duty on wheat and whc.it products between Canada and tbe States were encouragingly re- ceived and your committee are in honrs that the removal ot the duty will shortly become an accomplished fad. "In the mat-lcr of arranginR meeting with the Canadian Manufac- turers' association, we regret that negotiations fell through, the Cana- dian association fir.il- o the Jaw. Spectators and referee inS Inipossilile to fix suitable ailed It all. a clean iigul Ktrbr Is In Serjeant Harper and ConstaWo Stevenson arrived at t.ake Saska- oon with the prisoner, Hunt-ing, who vilh an abducted girl, built a shack '35 mtlfs north of Lake Saskatoon, latpcr look Ihe prisoner and travel- ed lor thirty days, using hors- 's. horses died, the otliets play- d out. He was away three'mouth's. At 60 YearsJflge THE KIDHEYSJEEO HUP Gin Pills gii2 I'e siiiriglli o! youth, daks, vfhiie our delegates were in the Kast. Your committee are in hopes that the meeting may yet ha arranged. COVEUNMK.XT READY TO AID The legislative committee reported that the provincial government has received all of tho association's re- quests for protective legislation with the greatest concern, indicating tho readiness of the government to air! Hie farmers. The many matters brought to tho attention of the gov- ernments of the province and the Do- minion were covered very thoroughly hy the report ol the hoard c) direct- ors. The report Includes the following remarks The resolution from Stcttlcr Union was cficctively brought bcters' tho (iorcrnnitnt and received special at- tention from them. Tf.e resolution re Columbia river rn-jfc for the ivestein shipment ol grain was forwarded to the Dominion government also the hoard ol rail- way commissioners and is further jdcalt with In the report of the board 50 Broad Street London. I bought some pi your GIN TILLS at VicUuia, H.O. Uit September. I made iu Xciv Yorit oa my arrivAJ tht-re but unable lo o1rl.iin nny information about them. Yourrcmcily, I find At 60 ytars of lo give me 01 directors. Tlie resolutions re Consolidated schools were courteously received and acted upon hy the govern- ment, The resolution re contracts for tele- phone poles was hut your committee hns not yet heard whether any action will he tauten The resolution as to roads and Mh.rl. ittcifcil careful consideration from to and your committee arc icrt to lidlcvc that a considcraMo perfect relief I tr-jttl vaj much number ol Improvements were made Itiat you have not la, a tesulL. lo have GIN PIU.S on ole in Nw resolullor.? affecting (he la- olber were nbnlltrd I lo Dominion government as well as being taken up by the Canadian Council of Agriculture. The resolutions were taken up with the Provincial Rovcrnrecat ar.d acknowledgements received. E. G, If JcMntyi need help, slrenythrn then ami keep (hem well rntti GIN PI L-tS, (juarinlced cure for Weak in the Hack, Bladder le Rhenrrmtstn, 5'C. .so-iiioncy luck if Ilirjr Uil to relitve. Scut on receipt of price d-alcrdcei not handle them. Nalicrul nrnga.ni] Client. Co., of 'foronlo, Naiional I.iver Tills area cureforCoiuUuition, 250. al.-oi. jog P. C, H, L, W. Vnncouver Victoria Westminster STANDING 1-, For 48 S 3S e 3? Ag.'l. ;