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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE -LKTHBRID.'GE T1AILY HERAtT) SATUUDAY, JANUARY 24, 1914 GUNBOAT SMITH SAYS HE'LL BEAT WILLARO BRENNAN WILL GET FROM FEME mm M GAME ON LOSERS' TO 2 TWO PENALTIES SERVEO OUT FEOffllS API CLAIMS BRICK OWENS HAS NOT SIGNED WITH NEW LEAGUE Jan. ielfated Jce Kivers terf to a ten j round Sect last night. The scrap a hot t'of.. Wolgast furnished an ei- tiiMtion of co.T.e-bacV qualities which even his friends did not know he had. j The last titiie Wolgast ar.d Hivers met was given a doutiUiil de- cisioD. were simultBceo'-s knockout blows by each r-artr, ar.d both went down. Both were apparent- ly out, but the re.'eree gave the right to Wolcajt. Wttllim Brennan, for ths rasl three years membar of the- Na- tional umpiring 6ta3, re- turned to SL Paul today from Chi- Breonan yesterday t S- rear contract. with President Gil- more of the Federal Uasue, The St. Paul arbitrator ftiys he will receive J1S.OOO for thres rears' wori and was paid he signed the contract. "1 received a Catteries offer from Jchn Heyiler, secretary actlns pieiMeat of the National league." said Brennan, "but that looted Scsi io rue, and I get It whether or not the new Cranbrook, B. C., Jan. 23.-Fci iho Now York. Jan. F.J- second. ol the season Cranbiook! ward Barrow ol the Intemjtlouul and Fctnie stnipr liociey teams met Eue said today that the vlayw on. local ice tonight, the visitors win- c! tlle TCUO Jamrcii to the BARROW Notch COLLAR 1 fot 25 c lirt. friMfr t tl. la. KilL- HYLAND LAID OUT IN COLLISION WITH ARE BEATEN 1Z TO 6 O-ebec, Jan. It. In a hockey v natch here last night tte Quebec sutplayed the Wan-'v Chicago. Jan.. will trim Jess YVIllard tgaiu oil July 4 and then pisb thluse (or a bout with Jack Guohc-.M Smith todny, when he learned thst negotiations for ihe Willard match had been closed. Willard has only one punch right uppercut. nnd 1 know how to stay nway from it." acd many times splendid individual opening ol the season to reconsider, efforts if supported uould have, their action. After '.'cat due they hrought goals. In the first period, will be eliminated as tar ns I'M Inter- Thrasher scored two (or Fcrnio national leasue is concerned. against Pascos's cue, and in the sse-. "The stories being sect out from ond period, Thrasber macn it 1-0. tho Federal league headquarters re- .j. The third period saw all the play on Carding certain players and utaplres .j, the visitors' nets, Concolly and Mo- being signed are frequently reports A Ilwair.e scoring for Cranbrook .1, a mluute of T troui Durlaad. The game was clean throughout, just one man oi each e out o[ thn evi- procured the Jeut ,QtcutioI1 ot dccclvln! ball on a and encoumgins then, to jota J5 a ol 12 to 6. In the second per- iod. Hall aad Hyland collided, the latter btlns hurt and had to retire. Hall mu ruled C.S for the match, his place bcins by 1'rodjers. Tho manager of Willard, has juar- anttrii SmiUi that his share ol the purse will he J7.500. .lustration I can stata that Umpire team being laid oil for slight h lhe t- j lM. I Cranbrook Ooa Crow; point. u ,alalB ,L e, d ,Vil, Mi i ten days ago to Ehatlord centre, Mcllsvaine wings, t NORTH LETHBRIDGE FOOTBALL CLUB A very enthusiastic meeting it cor. section' wiib the formation o! Xorth I.ethbridge Football Club, was held on Thursday evening in the hall oi St. Acdrew's church. it was decided to hold acott.tr meeting in ahout two weeks' time CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP MID- DLEWEIGHT CLAIMANT PASSED THROUGH THIS CITY line-up Moran point, nan cover. Mummery riRhi wing, Malone; watrt, Smith left, Marks. Wanderers Ooal, lioyes, point, P.oss cover, S. Cleghorn right wing, llyland; centre, Russell; Iclt, Iloberls. TCmON'TO EASY VICTOItY Toronto, Jniu and were the contesting teams Iteie last nicht and the former bad little difficulty in disposing ot lv'lr iMcIntosh and No Walters; point. Wai- j lace cover point, Rodders rover, (Thrasher centre, Pascoe; wings, and Burland. national league contract. 1 believe It INIlliARTOl'CITT HOTEL SAVOY SKATTX.B of jlri. liielr announced It was announced ty I'rcsident CSil- cooio up tu l.ie re-qijfu-menis asbodby ill EKPEllED WILL TRY FOR Melbourne, Australia, jls iho same way with laauy payers his In both the major and minor Ieasue-3." Rupture Averted In Federal Ranks Chlcaso. Jan. Federal lea- gue will remain intact as recently or- ganized It wna said, us result of Iho ____ long secret meeting of ILo club own- CUP erB uere. During-tho day tcuuv rum- Jan. Ors were afloat Uiat the new league I'va'rjii, vho Is not? well known their local rivals by a score ot 9 to 2, Ontarios lacked the aggresshesess o! the Toronto forwards nnd many char.Cfs to score-by icstiectivB work close in on the nets. The lice- Jail. The 0! Montreal has appealed Xaiional Hockey association tor the expulsion of Jce Hall, who at- i Stanley X. Doust has been chosen to i about to break up in dissension, for Australia In the contests harmony eventually prevailed, j the lawn tennis Norman J The ruuior that caascU niosl discus- Canadlen E. Brooks, A. Dunlop and A. F.. sion was that Charles WeoyhnKiu, of lacked 'Newsy' Lnloodc In last week's They point out that Hall was up Toronlos Goal, Holmes pointt burg leagues, and claim that his pres- ence cu the ice Is a nacger to the cluhs. A special meeting o! the dple- -be held to decide the ters, place and date beiag Elveitised later. All interested air. requested to wafch out lor the announcement ol this meeting, as North Lethbridse is point, the Vlldlng have already agreed to com- pete. HAWAIIAN WITH DETROIT Detroit, Jan. De- troit BasobaU club received today the signed contract of Pitcher John 'William, a who Is the oaly native Hnwalian on major league ros- to Great Falls, his home. likes the Pass so nell that he decided to locate at Cranhrook per- -Mc.Na mane-itlv, aci: 'elpccts to return this tre, 1 way the first o! the Joe is ihs vriaj, assured of a splendid team to enter claimant ol tbe middla weight the City League, ar.d it Is telred and bis most recent touts were with Na- hw that Hall had attacked her that it should rate the heatty Dick Marsha I and asfoStion, Ottawa cand. Laicnde this .-III be port of all botUII tot defeated the Canauiess last night by his year at hockey, and that he ------------------------h2 AmU haTe -nsS th. iKision ir. a score ol 3 lo 2 in or.e of the most aoiiM.drop the prpe at once if he !both these houts, and claims that he brilliant games played here in maay were not under cqntrecL Montreal, Jan. patvs wui matter. Meanwhile L-ilonde is out of jrama. Ho had eight stitches J en his face, nnd ra'ny not be able tr i ._ _._ line up for another week. THE TIE wife is seriously ill as the result of a the stock sustaineJ when a friend told ters. The contract in filled from chl parlner, M. Walker, were .sfifietl. The rcfiuiri-'ineiilii ineludetl not only the playing Ftrcngth o! b-l the linanciul slrcutUi uftho SAYS SEYMOUR DIDN'T BEAT HIM McLean Says He Was Going to An- bap nihilate Cy. jiig Larry McLean, Glar.t catcher, HDOther hick coming, ITJI ihis Honolulu. pitched for tbe Sacraiaeato cosst leazue team last year. had aancuticed hla Intcatlon to withdraw Irom the Federal league and Ki.iy itie'RL clah of the Am- erican league. This threat was due to the reports that other club owners In the Federal league hail not made Gufllclently eneigelic eflorta to place their team in a par ivith major league baseball teams. Ban John sen, president of xl e Amer- ican league; Charles Kbbets of Brook- lyn. limo It Is not D yell for money due Mm Irom tlic Canlin.ils. The report that McLean was handed a Hue Itat- recently by Cy Seymour was cir- c-latcil broadcast and tho nnws dous not uppeal to Ixing Larry lor a mtii- uto. Ho admlu Uiat he had ttoublo wiUi Seymour, whom he claims hit t> ff RAYMOND TEAM HERE litiu first. nunihlliite "Just as I was aliout to Sfcymour" says Larry, ''somebody stepped in and t and August Henmauti, of Clucln-j scrap. Cy figMs like he plays tall, natl, were !Q Elio city all helcnga to Class U. Tho, story nlterartbg to induce Joseph Tin-j that he fatal me up Is unfair. Gallery to sign with Brooklyn, despite Jilsjgods in the theatre whero I am show- it- contract already made with the Cht-llug kec-p asking mo how ahoout Cy, REPORT PREMATURE SAYS PRES. BARROW can clran Marshall any time. He is a years. The lesull of-the malcb was the steam and in doubt until the caM pf'lime, and warrior and has Admits Th5i There is Somethi-.a in! the speed, and r.o doubt some Third Ston; to Fight' Interesting ho.ls will be to..the ttwe was Kon- Toik. Jan. report ihat basebaH has planned to turn tie InleraaUoaal Itague into a major cTn-uU, which Traa published yesterday, tjcccvered facts. President Edward.G. Barrow, o! the International league, when about tie matter, admitted thai there Eoniethlns going under sur- face, but ho refused to deny o- the 'tatecient that the Jersey City club 'would be shifted to Washlnston. "I tony that this matter bas Pass since Joe has decided to tnaSe his home there.. Ui anni was a visitor here with Dick Robinson. little adniniago r tU WIDWK F h0iB of lucty breaks to te team CURLING LOCAL COMPITIT10N The full quarto of gsmes were play- ed last night at the curling rini In the local competition and soiae ei- clting issues .were In order in at least defence, and.'llaviolelie centre, B; Smith wings, and Btrlinu- etto. Ottawa Goal, I.esueur delenee, Shore and Merrill centre, Eonan it, and Broadbeat. Hern. udje ol Percival.' FRANK OWENS SAYS OFFER TO HIM .IS AN INSULT become public he said, ball tte games which only FIT a raar- "for nothing fleBnlte has been accorc- gin of 2 to 1 pc-lnt separating the con- pllshed. The proposition la not im- pro'uible. It was dUKjusied Cincin- aaH It be bit premature, but la t or m it would ba feaslbls." JOHNSON-LANQFORD Londoa, Jan. parse of DOO for a boilog match in June tween Jack Johnson and Sam Lanj- negro pugilists, was offered to- day the laaaagsment of Olympla, the in the WMtend of Louiloc. Tbree-Ioorttt of the mono? would go to tho winner. SOME HOCKEY Weitrotnster 6; VlcUrii 4. Moon 9; Rolltu, Rejlna, 6; Melville, 3. Saskatoon, 7; Humbolt, 5. 81. Mlchaeli, 9; Vanity, 0. Lonton, 10; Woodttcck, 4. St. Thomas, 7; Brnntfard 2. 6. N. H. A. STANDING rinks. The acorei: DavldEOD, 8. vs. Simpion, 10. vj., SHiflrt, 11. Nelion, 12, Hamilton, Peal, 8, Alrd Ko. t, 10. Wales 7, stacer 10. Franklin, 11 vi. 18. Johnson. 9, CUtk, 8. Clari So. 3, 6, va. Wm .Bcott, 10. SitnrdaT p.m. Aird versus Marrl. Hohinson versus Macleod 9 Stacsy verauB Davidion. McCulloch versus Wra. Scott. One sheet reserved for ladlei end one sheet open for scratch games. Torcntcs Ottawa Canadleni Quebec Wandtrtn Ontario w. 6 A. T.P. 24 12 19 12 25 36 55 52 EASY FOR CHIP OOSSETT HAS SIGNED New Tori, Jan. Gos- eett, the New York American league club's young catcher, signed a 1614 contract today. Ssranton Miner Stopi Tim O'Neill In Second Raund Grand Slfch., Jan. _.eep gash over hfs eye afforded Tim O'N'elll o( Chicago painful memories today ol his siort-boat last nigh with George Chip, claimant to Un middleweight title. O'Neill went down under a tsrrlB percut at the clcse of the round. The fighfcwaa stopped at th opening of tho second. Raymond Knight's Academy basketball team will play ag- ainst the local hoj-s at the V. caso Federals. Their attempts in Ills direction were futile. The meeting of tho Federal league club owners e.vtencled far into the and I doa'i like it. I can whip him with hands tied. "As for Joe Lyons, who says that I brofcc- my agreement when I reiused night 'After all the kinks had been to pay him more than J30 for getting M C. A. on Wednesday evcninj smoothed out, according to retortE mo an engagement in a Harlem the- next. The came will com- lliat reached tho owners alre. please sny that I never bad any raencD at eight o'fioci. of the Federal clubs discussed ways I agreement v.lth him. I gave tira I and means for insuring success in tho becouse he has teen carrying my grliu t I strugsls to gain a. standing In the Yes, 1 slapped him In tho Foormcr Star Backtlop Ready'to th'roji'in His Lot With the Fejcfa's Minneapolis. Jan. O-ens Istar calcher for the 51111 ers for sev- ral seasons.'returned lo -Minneapolis cday from Chicago, where he has een In conference with Manager Joo Tinker of the Chicago Federal league luh for the past week. T will know by tonight whether 1 will be n member of the Chicago Fed- rals or the Washington Americans luring the coming tald Ow- ens today. "I willing to play (or he Washington club for same, amount I am to receive from the Fed- he "Tbe contract received from the Washington club :s an insult. Why, I could make more money playing ball tit Hlnckley, Minn. or EOKB other brush hurg, tfian Clark Griffith offers me. "I wired Grldlth and Pres. Johnson of the American league today the terms I would play tor at'Wbshins ton and if they do not come through I will sign with the Federals. "The Federals have plenty of m'on ey and will make good everythlnj they The National and Atnerl can leagues cannot kill off the new organization." Old Country Football Jan. M.-FoTlOTing arc the Wcstham United 4, Queen's Park results ol today's scheduled leagua _ Rangeis 1. Because Car MODEL T. Touring CJr. f, o. b. Ford, Ontario Gel partlculiri Irom Virtus Bros., Ford Oarajs Ajenla football games, played on the grounds ol the first named clubs FIRST DIVISION Blackburn Rovers 8, Sheffield Un- Hoitoa Wanderers 0, Preston North End 3. f Bradford City 0, County 0. Chelsea 0, Burnley 0. Everton I, Aston Villa 4. Manchester City 2, Tottenham Hot- spur 1. OldUm Athletic 2, Manchester Un- teii 1. Wednesday 0, Newcastle ..'nlted 0. Srni-ierlar.d 1, 2. West Bromwich Albion 0, Llver- 100! 1. SECOND DIVISION Biirainghaa i, VTolverhampton Waa- tlerfrs 1. Blackpool 0, HuiciersSeld Town 1. Bristol City 1, Leicester Fosse 9, Clapton Orient 1. Bradford 0. 1, Stoipoit County 1. Grimsby Town 0, Hull Cli? 1, Leels City 2, Xotti Couaty 4. City 0. Fulham 1. Xotts Foitit j. Bury li I, Bairsit? 0. fioi'TiiKns 1 llrislnl Hirers 0. Reading 0. Crystal Palace I, Cardifl City 0. Coventry City 1, Exeter City 2. Watlord 2, Millwall jAthlctic 1, Norwich City 0, Portsmouth 0. Gilliiigham Brighton and Hove Albion Northampton 2, South End United 0. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen 5, Hamilton Academicals Celt'c 1, Alrrtreonians 0. Ilaitn ffo-crs 2, Clyde 0. Kllmarnw1' B. Ti'imhnrlon It. Heart! nl 3, Duniiee 0. Part'c'< Tb'st'rs 3. Ili'-ern ans 0. MolVcrml! S. Mfrton 3. Ayr Lanark 0. Rt'OBY tSION GAMES leat by 11 points to 3 at today. T.eicestrr 8. Tivcn sh'on 3. Swansea 12, N'eivnort The Corinthiar.s beat Cambridge University by two goals to nil. SCOTTISH CUP Jan. 24. Two Ucie pUyfd today fa the first round the Scottish cup. Falklrk losing at 1 Lome to Q-iern's Pari by the ECOIO lr.t Ihcce goals to whilo SI. Mit- icn rlefcaled M.c InTcrneas Caledon-1 ians five to one. The second rowid 8YEARS 1'lyrr.O'ith Atgylc 1, Metthyt Town, will played Salurday, Felmiary 7, WHAT THE DOCTOR, ORDERED When your physician prescribes quality is just'as important as the quality of the drugs in the prescription. Wtysky for medicinal purposes should be pure and properly matured. Royal Reserve Whisky is kept for eight years in wood before bottling, as attested by Government Certificate. It is absolutely pure and of the highest therapeutic value. If you are not under a physician's care, but like a little good whisky, Royai Reserve is just what the doctor would order. DEMAND THE BRAND Row, RESERVE ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA 'I---- ;