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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 27,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3. ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENT8 IK LOCAL BAMLL ULTIMATUM Lethbridge Will Insist Upon a Nominal Salary Limit and a Receipt-Pooling Agreement - Good Scheme on Foot to Finance Team Here T,othbridge will stand for $1300 ball and the pooling of 20 per cent, of all gate receipts, and nothing else. This is the ultimatum that the local club will put tip to Sam Savage and Frank Grey, the Western Canada league pilgrims who are due here-today on their tour of Alberta and Saskatchewan, unent a new baseball league circuit. T.l-.o $1300 limit, and the pooling of 20 pei- cent, of the receipts was a policy established at a meeting of the .L'.HhbridiO directorate on Saturday �evening at the Dallas Hotel. The directorate was formed about this time last year, and is an incorporated and limited company, formed few the promotion of all lcinds of sports, but their line of business is principally baseball. The elub has a scheme whereby a iteam can be easily financed for the season, and nobody will lose a cent. Three years ago the team here was carried by a land-selling deal, which made good all deficits of the club, and now, with the help of C. J. Kck-storm, a bigger and better scheme of promoting the game is possible. It is another land-selling arrangement, which bears the ear-marks of a genuine and safe method of financing without anyone suffering a loss. The scheme will be made public as soon as it is found out that the new Western Canada league has been established, with Lethbridge as a member. The land selling scheme should make for the club a sum of money not less than $5,000 ultimately. This is a splendid working basis, but not any more than will warrant the team here having a salary roll that will be higher than ?1300, probably exclusive of the manager. What the Calgary and Edmonton delegates will have to say about the salary limit is mainly conjecture, but in all likelihood they will be out for no less than a |1500 limit, not including the manager. We shall see. T� �-� O > > c* *3� WINNIPEGS LIKELY TO > TAKE THE ALLAN CUP * This week's game between > Victorias and Monarchs will ? conclude the first half of the > senior hockey isagtie series sition, and appear like chain- pious in the making. Should > Monarchs succeed in defeating > Victorias this week, they will > draw level with the Allan cup ? holders, the Vies. > p. w. l. : Winnipegs ..... 4 ! 0 > Victorias...... 3 1 2 > Monarchs..... 3 0 ii > * �t* *! *1* *! *y *** ** *5* � WANDERERS PLAYED ALL AROUND QUEBEC BUNCH SUING KEEPS UP ITS BASKETBALL REP. BOTH JUNIOR AND SENIOR MA-GRATH SQUADS WENT DOWN TO DEFEAT Quebec, Jan. 25.-With four games to leeward, the Quebec hockey team had to strike its colors to the Wanderers here tonight, the final score standing, Wanderers' 10, Quebec. 6. There is no doubt that the best team won, for, although Quebec played good hockey in the first period they were completely overmatched in the second and third, the Wanderers playing all around them. The cham- pion's defense was well enough, but at times Moran had none of his team interfere, and had to resist the frequent attacks of his opponents .single-handed, turning aside many well directed and wicked shots sent at-his goal by Iloss and others. I Ross was the star of the night, Hyland being a good second and Boyes was third. Hall, Moran and Tommy Smith shone brightly on the Quebec side. TECUMSEHS LOST A HARD GAME AT MONTREAL Montreal, Jan. 25.-In a game replete with thrills, dazzling rushes, in which seventeen minutes overtime -was necessary to determine the winner the .Qajtadiens, defeated. Billy Nicholson's band of Indians by a score of 5 to 4 at- the arena on Saturday night. It was the Tecumseh's initial appearance in Montreal.- The so-called members of the Redman's Home created a favorable impression with i a majority of the 5,000 persons who j turned out to witness the match. ,Ice r conditions were nearly perfect,'which : added' considerable to the quality of i the lipcbey.. served up.. It was generally said 'that it was the'tiest hockey here this season. The play was conspicuously {fee from rough tactics and although sev-'. eral minor penalties were handed out, j , they were off-sides. - ' � ' TORONTO HOCKEY TEAM A FROST AT CHECKING Toronto, Jan. 26.-When a team plays through nea-rly half of the N. H. A. schedule, and doesn't learn how to check, they are deserving of the last place in the N. H. A. record. This is the position that the Toronto team still "maintains. They went a little deeper on Saturday night, when they fell before Ottawa by the score of S to 6. The blue shirts simply let the visitors run wild the first period, and with Marchand letting in tho first three shots that were on Ottawa piled up an early lead. Marchand, who was off color, Was replaced by Holmes, tout the latter only added insult to injury. It was an unsatisfactory game throughout, the visitors' lead in the first period taking away a-lot of the interest. Ottawa in this period looked like a great aggregation, with their wonderful speed, etc., but they did not look so good after the locals began checking. Davidson and Cameron were the only- two players on the Torontos that played their game; l-.'ne up:..... Ottawa - Goal, Leseiieur; pohit, Lake; cover, Shore, centre; Ronaii; right, Broadbent; left, Darragh. , Toronto-Goal, Marchand; point, Marshall; cover, Cameron; centre, Wilson;- right, Davidson; left, Neighbor. NEW WESTMINSTER WON ITS FIRST GAME OF SEASON , Vancouver, Jan. 26. - New Westminster's champion hockey team broke .into the winning class for the first Cardiff 20, Blackheath 0. Newport 10, Swansea 3. United Services 17, London H. 0. 'Loudon S. 16, Guys Hospital 5. �London Welsh 9, London Irish 6. Northampton 9, Old Merchant T. 4; Oxford JJ. 26, Richmond. 11. RUGBY - COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP ' Yorkshire 6; Cumberland 8. Northumberland 14, Lancashire-3. Bedford 0, Cambridge 3. * RUGBY' NORTHERN UNION � Broughton Rangers 0, Hull 0. Barrow 0, Runcorn 0. Battle Y 12, Halifax'3. Bradford 3, Leeds' 8. Hunslet 0, Sal ford 6. . Huddersfield 8, Oldham 10.  Keighley, 3; Bramley � 3. . Rochdale H. 26, Wakefield T. 0.  St. Helens 17, Swinton 0. ' Widness 56-, Coventry 3. York 5, Dowsbury 11'. Coleman, Jan. 26.-Coleman hockey players have once more covered themselves villi glory. Friday night, the Frank team came up here, cocky and dead-sure of winning, especially as one of the star players for Coleman, who underwent -an operation at the hospital recently, is still unable to play. During the first period, the Frank team scored one goal, while the locals drew a blank. The second period, nothing was doing in the way of getting the puck through the net for either side. In the last period Frank scored.another goal.' This seemed to wake the locals up, and they shot in three goalg in quick succession, winning the match by a score of 3-2. Ladies Play  Saturday night the. ladies' hockey team of Blair'mcre drove up to Coleman to try conclusions with the lady players here. It is only fair to state that the Blairmore lady hockey team was organized some w-seks ago, and have been steadily practising since. This 'was the first time the Coleman ladies had got together on the ice to chase the puck this season, but they proved that they knew something of the game before it was ended. Only-two periods of twenty minutes each were played. The game was one of the most hotly-contested and interesting from -a spectator's standpoint of any played on the Coleman rink this winter. The visitors did their prettiest, but were unablo to score more than one goal, while the home team drove the puck through the net three times.' Miss Paul, teacher in the Coleman public school, was the star player, and could have played th& visiting team alone, with the aid of a goal-, keeper. A Pipedream . The article in the Calgary papers to the effect that the Blairmore team, which was so unmercifully defeated by. the Shermans last Friday night, was composed of a picked team of hockey players throughout the Pass is misleading. The team was composed of five Blairmore and two Fertile players. As to Blairmore being the leading team in the Crow's Nest Pass League, that is another pipe-dream. The standing in the Crow'B Nest Pass league to date, is as follows: Blairmore, won 1, lost 3;.Frank won 2, lost 2; Coleman, won 2, lost 1. Whatever unsportsmanlike methods were employed by the Blairmore visitors to Calgary were on their own. initiative, and not countenanced by other hockey players in the Pass. The [Shermans came to Coleman, and solicited a game, it was given them and their expenses paid. In return the manager agreed to give the Coleman team a game in Calgary, paying all expenses. It is now up to the manager of the Shermans to make gocd or refund the expense, money secured from Coleman. If other teams prove !i lemon in the way of a drawing card that is no reason why a pledged word should be broken. BONSPIEL GIVEN A SET-BACK The Chinook winds played havoc with the ice at the curling rink, and the big annual bonapeil which was scheduled to start this morning had to be postponed indefinitely. This is hard luck. The weather has been ideal for curling, up to a couple of days �.e:o and then it took one of its celebrated turns just at a time when it would hurt the most. A glorious time was anticipated this week in I local curling circles, when visiting brethren of the besom and stane were on the books to be here in large numbers, but now they must await the pleasure of the weather man beiore indulging in glories of the 'spiel hern. At a meeting of the local curling club executive this afternoon it was decided to postpone the bonspiel till after the Cranbrook 'spiel, which commences Monday next, and will last for three or four days. A number of curlers from here will be at Cranbrook noxt week, which will be a very pokular resort for curlers ; towns all along the Crows Nest line will be represented there. Most of the rinks at Cranbrook will likely take in the Lethbridge bonspiel immediately following. ROGERS WINNER AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, Jan. 22.-The boxing bout here Saturday night between Rogers and Avvina went to Rogers on points, after six rounds of milling. Rogers had it on his opponent all the way and deserved the decision. Five hundred people saw the go, which number attests the popularity of boxing here. > : : : : * * : * ? * ? : * * * Now 'thjat many youngsters who have performed in the Ottawa Valley league, O. H. A., and in-terprovlnclal have made good with: out an effort, the supply which'-heray' tbilore has been the great factor. In keeping up stipends, will meet the demand. The second game .in the School Hockey league was played off on Saturday between the two Westminster teams, the Wanderers (B) defeating the Rovers (A), by the score of 2-1. Although the ice was heavy, making fast play exceedingly difficult,: the boys demonstrated to the numerous onlookers that their knowledge of the game Is first hand and that if Central or Fleetwood, beat, them to the championship, th'ey must play a rattling game, and then some. The line up: B Team-Lakie, goal; Emerson, point; C, Geiger, rover; Turcotte, centre; Watson, right; J.. Gillies, left. A Team-Wiley, goal; Odney, point,, Pitney, Rover; H. Geiger, centro; Wardman, right; V. Gillies, left. In the game played. on Wednesday last Fleetwood defeated Central, 2-0. Next Wednesday at 4.15 p.m., Westminster plays Fleetwood at the Central School fink, Sixth avenue. NEW EDINBURGHS . WON FROM THE STEWARTONS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS. A slight decline is noticeable today in the local grain market which has been inactive for some time past. Local meat prices remain /inn and although an advance has been rumored there is nothing doing so far. Butter and eg^s continue to bring strong prices. Elevator Prices No. 1 Northern ........................ 65 No. 3 Northern ........................ 62 No. 3 Northern........................ 57 No. 4 ...........................,......... 52 No. 5........................................... 48 No. 1 Alberta Red .................. 64 No. 2 Alberta Red .............'...... 61 No. 3 Alberta Red .....,............ 57 No. 1 Alberta Red .................. 52 No. 5 Alberta Red................... 48 tiiau, per ton........... 21.00 Cborts, per ton............ 33.09 Oats, per ton, saek*d ........... 26.08 Rolled Oats ....____.......... 27.00 Vegetable*: Potatoes, per ,cwt............;...... 0.75 Beets, per lb.............., 0.0" Carrots, per lb.............0.02 Turnips, per lb,......................M .01$ Onions, per ft......................... .01$ Poultry: Geese, ]Jr�............ o.j* Turkeys........................... tM Live spring chickens, per lb... 0.13 Fowl.................. 0.13 Ducks............... ... o.lS Butter and Bggar Dairy butter........0.3+ Creamery buttet...... w.....,.*... �.88 Eggs, fresh..............,. 0.45 Shfep: Live, per cwt. ...........� 6.0� Dressed, por cwt.......... U.M Cattle or. tna Hoof: Steers, per pound........ 0.0& Steers, dressed, per lb .. .. O.U^ Cows, per pound ............... Cows, dressed, per pound ...... .1* MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 27. - Trade was quiet today on a steady market which opened �} to i lower. Oats ate steady with very little doing, flaK was a little weaker. American markets showed similar conditions and European markets were on the whole, weaker. ' . , The cash trade is as -'full as options, there is but an indifferent demand, with offerings light. Stocks in terminals show a ,- deJ crease of 369,721 bushels of wheat. The total Canadian visible, shows an increase of about 1,100,000 bushels. Mild weather is general throughout the west, but receipts fell off' from the eKects of the cold snap and there were on the market today 701 cars inspected--and 350 insight. ' '; Cables closed-Liverpool \mchahged to -J; up, Paris 1| to 2 lower, Berlin unchanged, Budapest -J lower "and Fast Game But the Losers Were Overwhelmed n Ottawa, Jan. 25.-New Edinhurghs-pressed hard on the Ottawa section cf the Inter-Provincial Amateur Hockey union at the Arena: Saturday night, when they defeated the Stew-artons by 10 to 4. It was probably the fastest game played here this season. McGILL BEAT TORONTO Game in. the Inter-Collegiate Hockey League Saturday Toronto, Jan. 26.-In a closely-fought game at the Arena' on Saturday afternoon, McGili defeated the: University of Toronto in., the first "local fixture of the Inter-cqllegiate hockey alliance. � SUE MOVING. PICTURE MEN "The New York National league club has sued a moving-picture conT cern, which took' vlews-ofr the .world's series-games last fall -without permission of the club.. The'photographers rigged, up a camera in; the bleachers, and put one -over�: on the Giant management, whloli'had previously sold the privilege to another moving pic-; ture concern; �  Antwerp unchanged. Open Close May............................ 86 No. 2 Nor. ........ 79i- No. 3 Nor................... 76J- No. 4 ........................... -.711 No. 5........................... ' 66k No. 6............................ 6> Feed .................. 52 , Winter Wheat- No. 1.......................... 83 No. 2 ........................... 80 No. 3 ........................... 77 :No. i .....,..................... 72J! Oats- No. 2 C. W................... 31 ir No. 3 C. W................... 284 Extra No. 1 Feed ....... 301, No. 1 Feed.................. 28,V No. 2 Feed ................... 26* Barley- No 3 464- No. 4 .......,............... 44? Reiected............... ...... 40 " Feed;........................... 39 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............. 1:08 Minneapolis Wheat- May ....... 86J Jtily ....... Chicago 884 May 92i �22 July ..... 90 not Sept....... 88 \ 88 J LIVERPOOL. LIVESTOCK MARKET Liverpool, Jan. 27.-John'Rogers & Co. cable that' trade was lower in Birkenhead today on account of the enhanced prices, yet the .market was firm, and Saturday's quotations were maintained, viz., 13}{. to 15 cents for streers.' - .... REMARKS ON THE SIDE Said tho governor of North Carolina to the governor of South Caro-' Una: "How many major league :ball. teams are going y.o train in your state, suh?" ,;� 'league is platted * 'Well, 'it's, 1W\,f$t > �Agitation in bowling against the, uBe of the dodo ball: has only beea* equalled by .the wrath of arilftndiguajit s golf public against the "use pi 'the* Scfcenectady putter severaPyeuwi ftgo.r* --- 1 ( 1 J  Another outlaw for next season. � good a way as buytrg minlng^tpS^, water cowwed land r ; green goo;&V ' '� ;