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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 19U THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALD Among Leaders in First Two! Events ate Aircl and Maclcod Clans From Here I (Special to the Mrdicir.c- Hat, Alia., Jan. Medicine Hat bpnspifl Is with great success, sn lai- Oulsido rinhs from L'algarv, I.cthSirfdst, Tali- i-r, Myplo Creek and Siotaluta are Kilning above the averajo. Camcs in which o'jtf-iuerR harB participated to iHiL-n UJiJajT nrc Grand trophy j .KIHST HOU-ND j Chevalier, Maple Cicei, 13 Part- Mrdicine Hat 13. Aird, UlhTiridge; 15 Tenill. Mcd- iviur- Mul, R. Savage, Drsiltls, dldne Hat.- if. Medicine Hat, H Parlnop, j Wutaluta, 3. i-'lrrr.irjs, Hat, 12 Bnt- iicli. Maple Crock, 11. Helly, Meilieiim Hat, 8 Wright, Ta- brr. I.eo-Ji, Tabtr, II Mul.arty, cinc Hat, 2. SKCOXD. ROUND Chevallpr. 1C Klcming, IS. Aird, 14 Kcllr, S. Savage, 11; Leech, S. Kyrs iij first and second rounds I Miiclcoil, Lellibrirtgc, 11; Thompson, Medicine Hat, 10. Mcdicin: Hat. 1C Cre- ha, Maple CrcfV, 0. JIBKCHAXTR AND HOTEL KICEPBHS1 TROl'HV 11 Crclja, 6. l.'inslc, fl Burnett, li. Macleod, 12, 12 Inwood, Veilicirr Hal. I. liiluistpito, 17; Partridge, S. I'lici-.ilitr, -il Kelly, 10. Allan, Medicine Hat. 11 Savage S. l.cccli, liray, Medicine Hat, Aird. H Thompson, 10. ONE-LEGGED SWIMMER IS AN ILLINOIS STAR l.'rbana, 111., Jan. P. Me- Cluggage. of Feorla, a member ot rr.Iverslly of Illinois -water team, U the only tcan who ever wou a '--'arelty lettor i ere. Kuitfiornioio. It is behoved lie li Iho only athlete, similarly dlcaiMJeO, wh'u has ever won a ruemhtrfhin 031 an alhleliu team. won. hfs last year as a juemljer of MJO water team. nnd year tic succeeded in retaining his ulace. Ho was "In tho squad 'which Coach Mauley took to St. tu meet tho Missouri AUiletfc club team. caused consici. crable cormneiit when he went to gymnasium, unstrapped wocilui iug. and put on a sui iritng suit. TONIGHT GEORGE E. MARNOCH NEW PRESIDENT OF THE LETHBRIDGE BOARD OF TRADE (root A CHAMPION JUMPER George Pepper's Sarah Moore, won the military Jumping oliss at MaiJiEoo Square GRftlenB, Xew Yorfc, In November, beating the celebrated Amazon, valued at owned by the French joverDincDt. She WB destroyed with seven oihera, owned by Mr. Pepper, in ilia explosion at Ottawa on the 21st, Lamy Bros., Skaters, Will Per- JQ INVADE NEW YORK IN form Tonight as 8 O'clock at Henderson Lake LOCAL COMPETITION Ttie local competition At the Curling mr-rrlly on. Tho resultB laal Kiglit were: Ximmona ..1] Aird........0 .13 Wales......12 9 S Morrs......10 3 Hamilton ..IS S ('lark, No. 2 ..11- rreerr.au Nelson.. Clark Jtobiuson Alrtl, N'o, 'i 9 Bruce Tonlflht'i p.m. Frankitn, UojU Peal. Hamilton Aird. Stoivart vs. Marrc, 9 p.m. Draw Davlilgun vs. Wanlcss. Simpson vs. Fresnian- VP. SUcey. Johnson vs. -Mdcleofl. Lamy Bros., the celebrated speed and fancy skaters have been re- tained to (jive an exhibition at Henderson Lake at 8 .o'clock to- night, as well as thia afterncon at 2.30. Everyone seems to be interested in the Lamy Bros.' exhibition, but _many found [t impossible to take In the performances this after- noon. Commissioner Reid has been besieged with requests to have the famous skaters appear at the lake this evening, when.ev- erybody will have a fair opportun- ity of seeing them perform, and the Commissioner of Utilities.has wliely taken up with the idea, and hag succeeded In getting the per- formers to give two exhibitions in- stead of ope, as.heretofore aaver- tis-d. At el phi o'clock tonight. Don't mils Et. The exhibition it free. 1915 IF 1914 SEASON MAKES GOOD President Jim Gilmore ilaveals Plans of Big Moneyed Interests Rack of New Johnson Playing Shrewd Suffers' Worse than American Tne Federal league will Juvada. signed last FARRELL TO FIGHT FOR COLE Yankee President, However, Will Not Bother About Former SUr Pitcher RutSftll Ford New York in 1915 If ttie 1SH .aeaeon IB oven half tlio auccesa that U pro-i niisea to be. This Information comes -to us to- day from OLC of tbe officials of the new league, a thorough baseball and wijo ia very close dent -Jainea A. GSIraoro. Glhnore lias secured opt ions, on two sites in Greater New York with, the privilege-of exercising them at anj- time within three years. One 16 m city, the other in" Brook- lyn, centrally located.' "The organized baseball rioople are. figuring that we expect to make a barrel of money in 191-1, and Ibat we'll BO broke if we said Chia ORlc- lai. "That's J'JBt where thoy mis- taken. Wo aren't looking forward to 1914 as a profitable season. H's to N'evr York, Jan. Farrell, president of tho N'ew York Americans, tald tonlgJit he would totally Ignore KuBECll KonT, his former star pitcher, who lias jumped to the Federal league, but Tie will fight to tlie limit for King Cole, the former Cub, who was draft- ed by tie Yankees from the Columbia Farrelt -would not say In what manner Ii6 would light lor Cole, but admitted he can do nothing until Cole appcsrn iri z Femora! j said he did not think jjmped lo'lhe new league. "BUFFALO "FEDS-: INCORPORATE SEVEN DEFEATED BY McLEAN CKcago Amateur Skating Stir Mile Eajtlty it N.Y.( Givfrn Handicap X.V.. Jan. Bobby Me- l.enrt Chicago, the ahating won an easy race At (lie arena loiiight when he defealeil the best akalers central New York FI fourteen !ai> course Imlf a lap. McLean ''Is com- petitors (wo laps and took it easily from start lo finUX winning In I'JLted itaalnst McLean wore Ucranelly, New York Baieball "Magnates File Papcra at Stock Given as Albany, X.Y., Jan. Buffalo Federal league BaseTiail Co. wag In- here Tho vApit slock is George A. Orr and Krerelt -If. Hunt are named a's direct ora, and Rfchprd T. CArroll, Walter F Mullen and Owen B. -Auganerger IncoriKiratorfl. says Bancroft. "Right now we fcave at least SO per cent, qf all our players under contract no reason why. we should fear the Federals. have done a lot for the playera. The immense concrete elands erected by mag- Data In the American league, arc monument B to the ball pro- The salaries are good and furthermore we assure them. The leytrd have coining lo gain by jump- riff.'th'o American league." Johnson IB loath to talk about the Federal league. However, the com- placency wtio which he views the tm- war forces one to feel that the American league fences have been'.buill tod; high to permit of a raid. Johnson is letting W. Forjat Party Sore Spoil Time Is lois of fuu at all tleciion times; eouie are apt lo re but sutb fueUags sioiiW ba for got tea la our desire for ihe common good. I am convinces! dial if any such feeling shoved up in, a way that at 120, would detrimental to Lethbridge in- teretta A whole. It would certainly recoil oa the of the bolders of such At the Turning Point at the present. at tL'rrlng point in Its develop mfent; and all Ihfc various InitreBts in- side are wcrkTng for us. are within algbt of an Interior ttoi elevmior, which will rreatly ftciiitate mlUIiig and genei-al business in our mtdet: and of a land titles of' flee, wblch win, if il dooa nothing else, deprive the lawyers of a grand exciiae for driavlug some of our busi neaa impere. I regard the Canadian Pacific Raliv.'ay as one tbese inter- ests witMn compaay which owns 20 ?er cent, of the pro- perty in any city IB not likely to be blind to Its own In the devel- opment ibercof. The cutrxay IB com- ing along soon, that helps t ity but a matter of much R Importance !s thle of 1 thirty or forty thousand acros of Inrl- jpatctl land to close to our boundaiies. We must be jjjrepared to heartily COMC tUe people Uie O.P.R.. "bring in to I these lands, and io these nevv- i comers'lhat Uieir interests wlij j mulually allied to ourf- Bury the Crocker If there 16 any croafcer lefi in I-eth- bridge who has not yet, aa you bave, tbo fact that ours is L'IO city in Canada best situated for -present a nd iutu re d ent, pray t him as the erring brother pulling hard stream: try to convince bira that there ace men ready to belp to pull tbo oars; sbou- bim the error of bis wars, and give him a word of good clieer. With Citift Then, bave Just crossed the stream from council to commission government, and I have reason to be- Iteve tbe commissioners will welcome ut advice, and wlH be- g'ad of any help wo can give them. I am eure this Board of Trade can 1ve such advice and belp; and, if we have a large and influential member- ship, ojr organization very well rnac> H nc-cesiary that work Le toaficed strictly to trade mat I ere and that re would not bf ,u a i-i finance j-jblldiy work and as had bot-u ducie lu ;he The annual fee was flied the ttate of fairs as ihey effect the cUy, we coy M ittreuEi-d to Enfh an tstotit tint C, R. found 11 cetessary lli'e fear lo add several miles of eidlug tu ttelr jariis here ac.J to increase U-.tlr freight shril accooioioJiiUor.s. auU I __jam liiforu.ti that during tho of ir-13 tbe l.eibbrtilge- yanlj OUF i from to care moie weeVIy than for iW same pftrloil in 1912. Freight Rates JJtlle riiangft iu not expfnt any from the city we are tatlenily awaiting the decision of Ibe ISoard of CoiuuilBsiun- of Can on the fiutV-loy of Ific-lght Mines and Bridges nothing new to added There fur our worlt for 1U13. Tbe financial i as prtteuled by that aas colj tox) hlgb, and If raenbers more readily r-alil tint fee i would not have die" cociparalEvely regard to Uie coal mimug iuUiiMry small deficit whlob is the result of j lt bo to reciin-l the year's wciV that ihe collier- I have to express my eincore ?urrouudfng ibis city have a hoiai- and gratitude of and capauty per day pf 5000 tons acJ the members ol ibe council ?bo lhal lheJ" eniploy nearly 2000 faithful lu their ttlendance at thejana IiaYfc a monthly r0l! in ihr- weekly mcotltiRs of the council and busy seaEon of around and 1 who gave of thVlr lime and abilities! would respectfully ihe freely and generously during The aware, the i gc-ney ha3 been of terto-js inoport and coneequence In this cily nut It Is a ,ast ar.ce of these statements and ihis I great Industry upou the er of Trade and Commerce- (n the city, as the jitTai basts icgelber with uili- farming from whtcli our should grow. ID the matter of great EBtlsfactton 10 note th merchants rc-pori trade as our i and j form a' common meeting ground for communication. Mr. Inspiring, talk struck the proper noie. He Is a man with a big. broad vision, loyal to lb.9 city of jilg adoption, and witting to give It of hie experieuce anrt talent freely. Other Speakers Other inembers o? the executive voiced senllipents very similar to those of tb.e Mr. McKay brought forvrarri the Idea that the 'joard must have tho hacking of the citizens. >lr. bowner emphasizafithe Uio cHy rlintnpEon! Williams, a l Xt'ff-.Yotk r.trer, anrt livo olh (-r fast skaler'a. One of the targcaf croA'ds Ihal eve; witnessed R akatlng raco in this city ntlcndcil. WARD MILLER GOES TO FEDS Nlion, 111., Jan. Mlllsr, former Cub ouUlelder, today admitted tliat bo fiad the St. Louig Federal league club. He said he wonM receive n nialorial increase In salary, and that his contract wa3 for three- years. Murphy and Garry Herrcinn-do nHLalue of a teautlfuiN outlining ft tho lalhing. By he o[ mnkin' the towtl mOTO be3uli ul than it ie. He wants a, day set aaide in May, when every man "orget .his" business, sharnan bis boe Ti-ork up bis sinew, and get out and beautify and clean up Henderson He also wants a sweet pea car ival In the summer. Mr. Downer bas a way of getting what he wants. Mr Turner stated that he would aee >ba the business men 'would not get the worat of auy deal tn connection with freight rates. Mr. Hajr said he would, with an able corps lleutena nls see to Ihe entertainment ol vlsl irp. If "there is anything to do with, ie ference to the of the'aali of real estate, -ifr. Bowman promlsci to be on band. Mr. rouche perfectly aallsfflctory. The ciuil Club hfla. subscribed for n rse of Ji250f which will lie awarded lo Covey if he is the irinnor, whtla l( UouW wins ho vlll be prf.'tnled-n-ilh cap. In addition. Covey will bo preftntoil niih Iwo-thirdB of tho jnonoy yihpr he wtna or lopea, and Ms et- licnse.1 are to he Covoy U (o arrive, here sonic time next noiith. nwr