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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1911 THE LETHBRinOE DAILY HERALD PAKE F1VB LOAN AT MEEKS BROS. HAVE GREAT t-UCK IN STRIKING RICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETS THREE KNOCKOUTS IN RING SATURDAY f. tf KNOCKED OUT IN SIXTH Arthur Pelkey'a star is !dl> On Saturday Kid Kc-uaetti nut over a eleep C- producer In the sixth round at Ilnkcrsfii'M, Cal. TAR BABY CURRAN PUT AWAY QUICK Sam I.angforil and Pat Cur- ran mixed at I'aria on Suiur- and they propose to drive for members to believe day from a Bhorl visit in the parental wl11 blfib as ten miCien, home In Lcihbildge. according to ihe ilc-yv expressed EDDIE Ottawa who played for the Ontarloa agatcet RENOWNED SKATERS Lamy Brothers Will Give an Exhibition at Lake Wednes- day Afternoon llit make-up of the league was expect- anything like RTeragc luck, cd in spile of reports that the Tobilo should be able to add very largely to two in Wales, all entries to be restrict cd to residents In the district or area In which the contest takes irtace. .Com- petitors under twenty years of age, 1C1 pounds or over; above twenty years of nsc1, 1GS po-jniJs or over, of course, it is that no "white hope" may he found; at any rate, a franchise would he transferred to Cin- his total, as he n- 111 have niade a bis vigorous attempt to find one will have cinnati as a vvar measure against the name for himself. The ohjecl is to been made." I-'cderal league. _ _ _.__ CANADlLEAGlJE ASPIRESFORCLASA the Cincinnati men whn want a fcan- cliisc. OTTAWAS SEVENTH STRAIGHT VICTORY IF MONTREAL 13 ELIMINATED FROM INTERNATIONAL WILU GET BERTH IH FITZ- GERALD CIRCUIT The Otlau-ati g straight vkEnry Olfawn, Jan. 20. Tiie Canadian rt.iScball League lias broken all rcc- their seventh ort's 'n ball for Nal'mial COOK HAS SIGNED NV.v Yorh. Jan. Ctmi, a young Texas outfielder, signed contract wilh too New York Ameri- cana to-lay. CHICAGO AMERICANS Class 1) In 1911 it becomes llocki-v bv class u l311 in _____ unto Hatuiilay lij- i to 1. O.ifarios s'Ktlt >'cl- Ominous rumors in-the In- InternM'onnl league last season. Elgiv In-at Quebec I to I, and the Cana- League ol (lie stability ol ed a contract today to play with tho tlie Montreal franchise has been rife chlrago Americans. Ttoth waa a mem for five years, and they arc. greater ucr Of (ne Dallltnore club, in volumn at the present time than ever hcfore. business Montreal may be. lorceri out of the International. which means an imme- diate berth in ths Canadian and Class diens wallnijcil llic 9 to AVON ON A FOUL Melbourne, Australia, Jan. 21. "Tom" McCorniack, the Australian pugilist, M'as today given the verdict on a foul in tiie sixth round o! a match with Holherg, the A ball with one of the grandest cir- cuits on the, continent. At present tiie. International is dis- cussing placing the Montreal Iran- chiEc in Hrooklyn and sending tho tl I amsh pugi ist for the welterweight Jcrsey city charier to I'itlsburg or cliaraplonsliili of Australia, tlolberg club is the outclassed all through Ihe, con- test. WHIST LEAGUE the Weak sister to the International and he is' only holding oa because the. Class A A circuit does Dot wish to fire him out pre-emptoriiy. 5. 0. E. vs. Nomads. Rcscs vs- Brittahla. A. 0. F. vs. Gallics. Kentiahmen vs. C. 0. F. Cumberland vs. Abcve. the schedule of {pmes 'n the Whist League, to be playcrf to- morrow, at 8 p.m., in the S. O. E. hall. CHEW SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO, Quebcs Winnipeg Chicago, Jan. Roth, rat- ed as one of the best pitchers in the MORE DETROIT CONTRACTS Detroit. Jan. Detroit base- ball club today received the contracts of George MoriarUy, tho veteran third baseman, and H. E. Hell- man, a first baseman drafted from the- Northwest the world's re- nowned fancy tkatcrt, have been engaged to give an ex- hibition of their ability at Hen- derson Lake on Wednesday af- ternoon at 2.30. Lamy Brothers arc among the top notchers In speed and fancy skating, and no one should m'SE seeing them perform. Fancy skat- ing is an art rot easily acquired, and real artists are and there is probably no other style cf racinrj that Is Just as thrilling as a competition on Ece skates when ihe. speed rrerchants are of claes. The Lamy Brothers Vh'iil give an exhlbitfon of the real thing on Wednesday, They are touring the country, and have ap- peared, or are billed to appear, at all the principal cities. Their performances If given at would prove a greater draw- ing card than in the afternoon, but possibly the lighting at the Lake is Insufficient for the even- Ing. Mr. Arthur Rtid, tha commls- stoner of p-jblic utilities, has is- sued a notice in today's Herald, re the appearance of the Lamy Brothers, and a" pica fs niade to the public to the effect that every- body be patriotic by using the street cars I" going to the Lake, and thereby help degray the expense cf bringing the- Lamy Brothers here, Tho "exhibition Is freo. DICK STRONGLY OBJECTS RIVERS-WOLOA9T GO Fuller Accouni of Ten-Round Boul al Milwaukee on Friday Night Milwaukee, Wia., .Tun. gast of Cadillac. toriner ll.tfv weight chnnijjion, had the better of Joo HI 1914. Blairmore, Jan. 2 L'ditor Lclhbridge Herald I.notice in your issue of the 24th nn item referring fo the visit o! Uvanrjl to LclhbtidRe, and his asser- tion that "he should have had deci- Bions over Loth Jim Uurrows and and patticulatly tliat ha Wol wtitcr UP If J-on ,vill permit me space in your columns, I will state that the gcner- tcn-roimrt Opinfor, rxprcsscrt by the hosing CURLING TWO LETHBRIDGE RINKS FOR 'HAT James AErd and N, T, Macleod will pilot a ring each at tho Medi- cine Hat bcr.EpeH, whic hopeni to- morrow. They will leave the city tonight. The Alrd rink will ba composed of S. J, Shepherd, H, J, Gosde, 3. F. Franklin, beildei the skip; the Macleod rink: Dune. Duff, Don. Duff, A. Scott and the iklp, LOCAL COMPETITION Fmir satnes oily played off In tho local competition on Saturday at tbo Curling rink, and they were for ter part closely contested. erg ol Angeled in tent licre last night. fans'at both'the ftrnie ann Cran- From Iho tap of the fong fo the-nl.00k bouls was to the effect that ttlo end the men fougiit each other ail Uvnnni had very little to hoast over tho with Michigan and that i! any decision, it should; 5. 6 boxer doing most of tlio leadiiis. It have been given in my favor. H may I tlila bor'cp-ln and clov-' also he slated that at both the bouts er in-fighting that gain his i in'question Ijvanni had tho larger second victory over the I percentage of rooters on account ol Wolgast gainod a clear lead carry jbcinp, better knoun. nnd Jne never able to overcome I uo adrnil that is a Rood. clean ami clever hover and under- stands the game thoroughly. As far as 1 am concerned, I have I. Hirers bled profusely throughout le ten rounrts. An. split his noso nnil mouth in tho second round, and kei'l consiilTable confidence tn myscU, pcpperlng away at fie bruises. Twice j up hy all those who have fol- during tho 'Ijbt Wolsasl -ncnt to "f floor by missing swings, and each llic S-1mc IMW to tlmo Jea fill on top of him. Onco j f they wrestled with nefereo Stout In onc and that with Cyclone Scott at I-ernje on fccptcm- fcet (he Ist last, which was on ac- the middle of the ring, and Wolgast almost went through the ropca. Wolgnsl's aWI'ty to liloclt ami then use both hands at close range cnablc-1 him to seoro effectively. Hivers showcil to odvaiitngo at range, but he confd not land 'often enoug'i lo Iho Michigan boy.] Jioth ivero lilsscd tor rough tactics. count of on error of mj- own, I ant desirous of tnect'ng Vvanni again at- any time or plac ing him an opportunity ol uliliring ThanPing you for space, I remain, Yours Marsliall. Koblnson, 5; DavltTson, C. SUcey. S; Maclcod, ID. 9; Scott, 10. -Monday Nljht p.m. No. J vs. Alrd, No. 2. U'nnlcjs va. SUeltb. Hold vs. Maclcod. P'ranklln Jchnson. Nimir.ons Peat. .JfcNnbb vs. McCulloch. Draco vj. Simpson. Shepherd vs. Boyd. PHILLIES SIGN- PLAYEBS C. W. Hanseii, H. E. llansen, H. G. Murray and E. C. McDermoit ivcre. among the number who attended tie I banquet at Carinangay on Tuesday night and listened to the speech by Hon. Duncan Marshall. AIIEB Greealaw, teacher of the Gar- den Prairie school, visited hero over Sunday with her friend, MIS3 Poole. Alt nudden, tho Socialist leader, spent most o[ last week In this vicin- ity. While here he spoke at tlio Lunde Echool house, Blackeprlng i school house, Turin school and also in liarona. Thero was a very largo number present at the meeting hero on Monday nlghu Kit Killelsoa left on Saturday eight for Washington to spend the rest of the winter among relatives. Carl Kiltcleon also left about a week ago for Wisconsin to visit relatives. They havo rented Manhattan Hall to W. K. I fat field for tie winter. fr Annablo spent .a couple of days the first of Ihe week in Leth- bridge on business. Frank Fraser, ol Strathtnore, visit- ed Sunday and Monday in the home of his brother, R. J. Fraser. here. While here Mr. Fraser bought a half Interest in the grocery store Ilia bro- ther has just ouened, and will return in a few days with his family. They will occupy, a part of the house now- occupied by the R. J. Fraser family. Mrs. H. K. Hansen spent Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in brldge having seme dental work done. Henry Frey has been in Calgary for two or three days looking after a shipment of hogs sent In by Gow and Frey. This firm shipped two cars last week and two this week. A representative of the Credit .Men's association was here from Csl- gary on Saturday UMog slock in tlie store owned by H. P. Mill- ard. John 'Turner and sister, accompan- ied by -Miss Florence' Plciird, were Lethhridge visitors on Monday and Tuesday. J. T. Tasber and wife are spending the winler with friends in Superior, Wisconsin.'' Tho Bud Nelson family have moved Into ihelr home just southeast of liarong. Paul Hosier was In I.ethbridgo on Wednesday and Thursday in connec- tion wifh proving up on Ills purchased homestead near Sweet Valley. Traffic Chief B'.idd of the Alberta government telephone system, was up from Lethbridge on Tuesday and Wed- nesday visiting the local office. F. H. Steinbart has just icceivcd a of two cars of Ice from High Hlver.' E. A. Grant Is visiting the Grant, t Co. office In Lethbridge this week.. Miss A. Mehonney, of Carrr.aiigay, sper.t Thursday afternoon here trying to organize a music class. H. G. Hitchcock, who has been 111 at the Gall Hospital In Luthbridge for several weeRs, Is now almost entirely recovered and was able to return home last Wednesday. A big crowd of the farmers of this vicinity are attending the U. F. A convention In Lethbridge this week. Mr. and Mrs. Omar L-roa aro visit ing for a few weeks with friends In their old homo at Mlnot, .North Oa kota. Mrs. Gumming camo down from Calgary on. Wednesday for a tw weeks' visit in tho home of her son A. D. Gumming. Richard Wrlghi, of Red Deer, ha: bought out the Hendrlctaon Olson pool room and.took possession o: Wednesday. Sir. Wright Is a brolhe of Mrs. n. .1. Fraser of this place. Tho Methodist church are. arrang ing for a lecture on Frldfty evening Jan. 30, by Warden Hlvcra of tho tenllary at Lclhbridgc. Singing and readings will also be furnished by local' talent. Dr. nivera' lecture along the lines of prison reform work and Is said lo bo very Interesting and tho attendance should he large. Thcro la a great deal of complaint he-re these days en account of the clmnge in the timn of the troing on IW-! line. The change was certainly not Tnade to ptc.isc the people of this vicinity and r-veryhody here will bo glad when the Rummer schedule goer Into effect arul.wc can have two trains each wny every day. hardly reach that figure. A Huge Program The huge program of public works more. Anyone can see that a plenti- ful supply of warm water is of great to a cattle ranch after a period of scarcity ibat we have Just passei ibrcugh. Them stems to be immense quaa- titles of waitr under this section of construction carried cu by the govern- country for town well U appir- ineat has wiped out its surplus, the j ttitly It.estaustiUo with the new idea being to put this money Inlo l.n- j fo-jr ho.-ee power engine provemer.ts rather than leave it In the 'ii'-li1. day. It supplies ?O.OGO gal- bank. In the last two years the call lens per day. upon Uic surplus was upwards of Tlie rrlicers and directors o[ the ,OM. The expenditures during ihe I Raymond Agricultural Society held a current fiscal year will bo fcMd to be; meeting on Tuc-Filay nlsht. They dls- in the neighborhood of SW.OCO.OCO of following questions: Jet, and the estimated revenue j there uiil be no musical contests in about J10.000.000. In Fome Quarters It is feared that connection with tlie fall fair. They will give way to tiie Mutual Jmnrove- on account of the financial stringency iment association contests which are prevalent during the year, the revenue already commenced. 2od, the assoo wlll not be much above The lalion will not attempt to hold a poul- projiosed loan will, therefore, have to pry exhibit this It con- carry what illicit may be found at the close of the fiscal year on accouni of the sudden money tightness and the loss of anticipated revenue, H will also have to take care of the re- cent flctallon of 3lf50MOQ In treat- ury notes as well as to provide- for the eipectcfl difference .between rev- enue and expenditure neit year. Sum- mine up these various conslderationa, sidercd in at we not make it ;i financial success. 3rd, there uiil be a seed fair held next month and de- finite arrangements made and com- mittees appointed. The date how- over, will be announced ;by the gov- ernment. A letter from an attorney at law in Cardston was read demand- Ing for his "client tbe amount of prize money held by the nany believe that there Is a posslbil-'last fall to defray expenees. ILy that the government vlll float a I The has been going he- of as mucli as cer-lhind for several years and in order tfllnly over Now that the poll tax has been done away with, thus wiping out or more jier year, it Is thought doubtful !f any radical reduction in the income tax win ho made lor some time. crpasea In the timber fees are looked for. COMMITTEE TO WELCOME THEM N'ew York, Jan. major league committee, wlrch welcome the home-coming Comlskey-McGraw- Callahan world touriata on Mnrch 6. was announced today by Secretary Heydier of the Xalional league. Tho committee will consist of Ban Johnson, president of the American Harry N. Hcmpstead, presi- .0 cut down the bank loan it was pro- yceed to liold ono half of the prire money. Accordingly notices lesre sent to all exhibitors who won rrizea, stating tho proposition, and asked them all to register objections or to meet at an appointed time with tho association., At the time of the meet- Ing there was not a sfugle objection and accordlnglv the money was with- held. >rr. Pecry's prize money was over one huno'rfcd dollars. The mat- ter vill be referred to the Euperln- ot fairs for Ihe province. If trie proct-dure ia liiegal, the money will be refunded. It was interesting to note how quickly they" decided to give It.back "willingly if they havq to." Uenry Holmes, Arthur Dahl, John I'pwelsoa and L, L. Pack were dele- gates to the farmers' cosrentton at" Phili-U-lrhln. rn., Jan. PhlladolpMii National Icpcne club an- nounced Icday thnt It had accepted of piv. J the term, of rUciicr era Decker and Devote and Tnflcldcr Heed formerly played win the Davcnrorl, Iowa, leam. Outfielder Hilly, formerly of Ihe KcokuVr, tcaoi, has also ri.'aJjiiii; l> Jt l-'HIJiaiVJU, V3i-tiont of the New -York this vt'eefc. The farmers 'rank Farrow, president of thD seem to realize now that they York Americans; P. a golden opportunity last fall to president of- the Phillies; Ben an elevator established here. For ihlbc, president oT Urn cause tbe petition which was Athletics; Joseph J. Lannin, was -pigeon holed and after dent of tlie TJoston Americans, than a hundred Bubscrluerg had Secretary Heydier of the National it was allowed to drop. It is that the required thirty more Tho committee will hold a easily he obtained cow. probzbly Monday next, when directors meeting of tlie Hub or the rocejilion will be was held on Thursday ard Hie The committee will mafce shareholders meeting will 1m ments to charter a vessel lo njcct Feb. 2nd. H is reported that a tourists, and for a bannuet to be satisfactory work has iere. on done. 6 Made in i The Lethbridge Brewing and ing Co., Manufacturers of the famous berta's An ideal beverage with invigorating and tonic Pure, sparkling, PELKEY AND COWLER MATCHED B.C., Jan. Burns today wired the Sieves too pro- moters accepting their terms for 15-round battle early tn Kebruiuy tweeh Arthur Pelkoy, Canadian heavyweight dianiplon, and Tom 'owlcr, an English heavyweight. Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- tors cannot .duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only If you want the beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer- Without a Peer" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;