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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY i AY, JANUARY 29th, 1911 THE LKTHBRiDCK DAILY 11EKALD PAGE FIVF George Lane's Figures Reputed (Conliiiucd From Float Pale) L.06EHS WILL WHEEL SACKS FLOUR FROM TO HOSPITAL LAMY BROTHERS GAVE SPDENDID'VICIOli HOCKEY PERFORMANCE AT THE LAKE Renowned Skalers Entertained Crowd With Temperalure Very of Performers Lamy Throws Down Gaunllel to World's Best TA'tlitirEilg; lovers v.lio dU not tec the I-amy Drolhera porforu at IlenUersoa Luke yesterday aro tho lusors. Edmund, tha older ol Ihe two and iho world's chaiiUflou Bkat- t-r. Is a pheiiotneoal siieed-blaile art- Isc. anil his ucderstudy, la most decidedly tUere. Tha crowd iluii witDcssed tlio eshlbltioQ was llElucd, althunsU Mr. Lamy, father of the boys, who icanagea tlielr toura, Hated lo the Herald that tV.e Ice was unusually hard, and that the lights [loor. tu juniping tho barrels botli boye but wore not Injured. The Tan that struck tho Jlrst har; rel waa Rvldrnre tbat they could not see aufliciently wcJl (o feiioge tlio leap correctly. tempc-nitme ed an extended exhibition, and LUe lauco seconds futter than anyone had over :t JuiiEur Julio. m ntiiT IN in uuu ui THREE j MILL Northern Tariff. G.F.O.. No 1 I fiud that a ponton of Itule five, i-ige reade. as follows: "etrMght or oiiied car IcaJs of !iogs tfuut niay accrued for shipment only unusual, but it is toadprl iu cars." jteresttnis anil twilltii! Two local A similar appears in N. P. steams are oxnting all Heir eneigies 'Tariff No. llCO-B, from the 'toward the winning of Ibis unusual jgtat9 o! Montatia to Seattle. It will I Curling 101 three sutk-4 t prize, which Is, to Le donated to the (hospital. Probably facb would r.ot be to carrj- oil the trophv" if lit were not tor the fact that the los- ers really carry it off. The vanning team will stand by and enjoy the COAST LEAGUE RACE STILL OPEN WENT DOWN TO DEFEAT Vancouver, Ii- C., Jan. (oria upset all form last night de- feating Vancouver, 5 to 3, anil Van- Tho winter I-uiny was 15 years old couver is no neater Hie championship lio was not allowed to skalo for the than at the start ol the'season. Un- n'.edal at Mont-: like their last appearance here, the jituEor real Because he was fifteen days past icbainj'ions made the best ol their op- his birthday, but tho track oflkiaSs otfercU him a gold medal to break bis ss'ir record for tlio ulataiu-o. lie with Ihe Juntos, lamped porlunities. As in the previous game, it'was a disaunomtuig mutch. Until the lliial (here was little combination P.dd" the was anything but fast, record by H seconds in 2.4S. Ncrval but in Uc last 20 minutes ivhen the Baltic, the same afternoon, Dghttng leadcrs ttlcd desperately .to for the world's prorewloaal champion. with tieine fioal, teams got under waj'with some i thrilling "rushes, the Capitals depend- ing on ar.d working very effectively combination rushes, wJiila it en- lircly individual effort on the part i ship, skated the mile in 2.45, I as the young amateur. Al N'owrb'jrgh, when he was Lamy trimmed Morris in the nillo and Utor at I'ittsburg again Yanco'ivcrs. feateii Wood at llio mile and in the j They tried to weave ihcir way five mile. JQ the lalUr raco a special through the Victoria, a five- SAYS JOE SHUQRUE STRUCK HIM LOW DUNDEE BEAT SAP- PER O'NEILL thus be seen tfcal our respect to double decking privilege IB inore liberal toward shippers than tht practice as it the i [Aylnp on a single deck 1 fa with a minimum of 20.MO pout spfctecle ol their vanquishe-l brethren, Ite cl life to ,-Un 150M polj-dr-- te carrleJ with F2ftl) on A single sacks ot Rour from the Ellison ,-to "the Gait hospital in a j We submit thm as we hive i.o ron- Ynrt J-r 28 tl e first ol !rou'- thc honors ate even. Irol over tho rates nhJch. may be 1 'Each team has won one match. The.'charged ou connecting raflwaya from 'consumers, for the contract provides i that the losers must a heel the I Xeu- two international touts at Madison Square garden> night, Johnny severely trounced Sapper j O'NVil, of Kngland. Tfce local fighter! conceded 10 pounds to the visiting pugilist, who weighed 135 pounds, but forced the pai-e Irvm the start. O'Neil showed but was tm- atle to keep the. lighter man away. In thfc second tout, Owen Moran, of Kngland, received severe punishment from City, and quit at the er.d ol the seventh round. In that round Shugrue landed several rights and lefts to the head and then made the body his target. Moran claimed one of the body blows-was too low hut the referee re- fused, to allow, the claim and ordered the Englishman to continue. Moran finished the ro-jnii, butf as the bell bry Sirauss racers In their perform- In spile ol the adverse coudtttuns laKl night Kdrauuj cleared eight bar- rels strung out. Holds Many Records Edmund has won championships ol fcll kinds, amateur anil professional, anil he U n record holder in auras' event or other Jn nearly (n-ery rliilt uii the Northern border of tha United States and en many ol the Canadian rinks. In tbo jumping Uno he has cleared 12 barrels and also Jump- ed eight barrelft when they were standing on their ends. He has jumped four barrels backwards lias nlso performed many other tlirll- Itog stunts while on sa Mr. I issued skaters. Including -Baptle and Me-1 offering to poat a wager of en ibe result. Xo one up to the present lime has come forward to accept tlie defi. Mr. Lamy pays that najitie has not eccopted the rliallenKO tmd offers to pay his expenses to Saranac Lalw aud if lie wins from his son, Edmund. Started When 14 Years Old deciding gacno will be played o5 on Sunm iu Friday, aud both sides are praying I pare the combined ratee with the Pacific has special that the weather will bf nice and; rates where one line gfets tho entire 'to work nientioued above- RiiSrJ on 'thai day, because one has! direct haul from Montana points lo got to lose, and neither Is sure which II rmat, therefore, be ap- it be. j parent that a reasonable compaiiBon The first, gatr.e was played on Mon- could oulv bo made with rales on Bin- ds r by Hunter McMillan's team, 9 to j g3e-deck. care from points In Alberta. 8, the second hy Jack Wales' The contests were both held on the; way Seattle curling rink on 13th street. The line-' up is as Doctor Thompson, A. Lessard, Dan, Hunter McMillan, skip. Bruce Davis, "Hap" Wilkie, J. P. D Pagan, J. G. Wales, sVip, i link ;OV6r raiuvay lo Sumae, with ralea from equ I -distant points over one y, manager for the lad, lias; a cimllenEG to the world of At Newburgb Lamy allowed 21 of the fastest amateurs In the country sixty seconds handicap (n a five-mile race, caught the field at three miles and won handily by a fine sprint in the stretch, bringing home a beautiful diamond medal as hla trophy. Won Thrilling Race Tlio most thrilling raco ot bis career was a one-mile handicap at Brooklyn, when he was pitted against 23 of the fastest skaters on tho cir- cuit, many of whom had 220 yards handicap. Ttie big Reid and small track made It necessary for Lamy lo skato wide of the pole, and experts estimated that In doing Ibis lie skat- ed sixty yards farther than the actual course. To catch the leaders he had to sprint the entire distance, aud in spite ol the bis field ha broke professional world's record and won the rats. Lamy was 18 at the time. La my is JACKSON REFUSES FEDERAL OFFER Cleveland Outfielder Signs Naps After Handed Contract of 000 for Three Years l.amy first Attracted attention uhca lie w-as 14 years old, iu an exhibition rare. Pared by Nellssbn, a former world's tjie yoiingatcr turn- ed off a mile ia 2.53, siting within 12 seconds of the world's record for ilie rondltEons and going 13 faster ihan the senior champion nillo was skated hy Morrla on the Fame afternoon. A weefr later he won tlie junior for boys imtlcr W nt Moutreal, tho dla- Greenville, S.C., Jan. hardfy considered the offer made by the Ftd- sral league, although for three seasons it much more than I am to re- ceive from said Joe Jack- son, outfielder of the Cfeveland Amfiri- s, here today. Jackson said he signed with Cleveland more than a ago. On account of the illness of his father, Jackson probably will net join the Cleveland spring training camp at Athent, Ga., before Aprif 1. an all round athlete of wonderful physique, notwithstanding that when lie was IS years old te throuEh Ihe lu'ngg A playmate. Besides Lelng n crack shiUpr lie is a fast basketball player an exception nlly good Ewimmer-Mid fs a star out' fielder on the lUclimond team in the. Virginia Stale-League. Although he U-lslcd his tuifele in a goal net last winter and in the summer felt, from a bicycle nnd broke liln c'oUar.- bone in two places, he Is still very" mych alive and willing to" meet, any one- who wants a chance for the chain- theEe were made in comyetillou during race meets and on circular tracks, thcreforo deriving no advantages from wind. RED DEER BONSPEIL Same Time as Lethbridne Affair- Six Trophies and In Minor Prize s- Slimjltaneous'iy with Ihe Lcthbridee tho Itert Deer Curling Club will hold their fourth annual bon.snell on February 3, 1 and, 5. Hed Deer Curling clcb "boasts of the largest exclusive curlins rink in AI bcrta, accommodating eight sheets d: ice.' There will ue SHOD In prizes pui up and six troyMcs be competed Grand Challenge, Hotel keepers Heal Estate, Visitors, Consolation Grand Aggregate CATCHER OF NESV YORK GIANTS SrGNS THREE-YEAR CON- ALSO MAY JUMP Los Angeles, Cat., 37. Joe Tinker toOny Arthur Wilson, New Giant catcher, for the 'hk ago Federal league loam, Wilson siRr.crf a three year's ronfract, hul ifluscd lo trll .salary it calls The Giant backstop seemed glad that he hail reached with Tin- ker, as it TvoulJ give him a chance, lie paid, ol geUEug ofi the- Giant bcncli and doing regular work. It was this, more than anything else, accord- ing to Wilson, that caused him to make jump. Orvie Overall is on Hie re-sorvc list of tlio San Francisco Coast lea- Riie team, announced today that un- less San Franciico wanted to pay him as mi'cli as lie had Ijcen ofTcrcJ the Kfilcrnls he 'would sign witli the latter crg.inizalicm in the event hp d ccii ted lo enler Uir- game again, Overall .said liis brewery salts busi- ness was g no ot jost yntl lie Imrt ball but il lie did the San Francisco inanngc-metit would lo raise eonsidcrably in its oner lo get him. IOWA BAR3 HAMMER THROW Weight Event; Alleged io Be Usflfe and Dangerous, to Be Abandoned by HawkeyCB Iowa City, la.. Jon. verclty's athletic board has the hammer tlirovr from o events In Hawkeyc field meeta. Th throw, alttgeil to be jfseless and dan gerciis, tins been fought Uc're durlu tho last two years, and the board' action is the cllrnnx of inucli agiti lion. Jcunea Harrison, centre on the City school fire, the second underclassman to be I jureil at basketball this aeaBon. Tw bones in his right hand'were broke The Davenport Three Eye leagu nine will play its spring practtc Kames Iowa City, April 14-18, wit Inwft university's nino .13 its oppoi V t't CURLING LOCAL COMPETITION The lolloping ara the results of last games In the local competition I the curling rink: a ,.'R Frankiin oyd........s Peat........u arollton.....l Atrd........5 d.FOn Freeman ..1-1 Siacey......4 Tonight's p.m. Nelson VE. Shepherd. McXa'ob vs. Scott, floyd vs. McCulceh. Alrd, 2. 9 p.m. NImuions'yB. 2. Bruco ve. DavldEon. SimpEon VE. Wahlcss. Wales ve. Johnson. KNOX OVERWHELMED 3T. CYPRIAN'S TEAM Church League Basketball at the Y.' M. C. A. Last Night Resulted In 34 to Score Kr.ox basketball team were too strong by a Ion's way for the St. Cyp- rian team faet night In their -same at tho Y. M. C. Kcox wou by 34 j points to 6. Tie teams: Uonaell JicKaln Hobertson, Campbell St. Kane -McDonald, Jones, GilUspte. The. Canadian minimum Cor a stand- ard 36ft Gin. cattle car is I pound i, ar.d I am tab Ing this conse- f as a standard In the compari- sons. The minimum in the United States for this cor is generally 24.0CO pounds, but this variea la different eeetlona. The comparisons are follows: Some Comparisons To Sumac by Canadian Pacific: Per car From Miles Calgary......GH.8 J 95.00 Lethbrldge 740.8...... jStratncooa S05.3 116.00 Red Deer......709.5 108.00 Dunmore......S02.3 116.00 As -Mr. Lane addressed his remarks to the members of your baardi. I tiavo considered It well that o-jr reply should be addressed lo you, but as the btatemtnls of Mr. Lane were giv- en a grc-at deal 'of p'jhlicRiion, I am lakfng ihe liberty of. sendtog a copy of UiiE letter to the preie. JOHN' HA1-STEAD. Division Freight Agent. LETHBRIDGE AND PLAYED FAST MAORATH BASKETBALL Cardjaton......SOT 118.00 To Seattfe by American Railways: Per car 36fi. Gin. 110.05 Warm lime at Edmonton Council (Continued from front Tilt al the Oardtn CHy Last Week Whin Local Seniort Lost and Intermediates Won Magralh, Jan. absemblage ot two tiuadrcd enthusiasts saw ihe local basketball quintet conquer the fast LetlibTidge V.'M. C. A. aggrega- tion in tie and cleanest game .witnessed hnc this season, the final From Halt Moon Cut Bank.. Chester..... Kopp...... Taber...... Chester Miles 61S 742 SOS 71i S04 S09 113.31) M3.SO 113.30 score being 23-32. The intermediates, VELSH WINS FROM EARL FISHER ngliEli Lightweight Advantage in Ten-Round Go Cincinnati, Oblo, Jan. Welsh, charapion lightweight of Kng- aad, won a newspaper decision orer Enrl Fisher, or this cily last night, r ten rounds ot boxing. EDMONTON WILL PLAY SEATTLE Lou NQrdyke's Western Canada Team to Train in Everett [however, lost lo Letbbridge to the jtur.e ol 20-13, Murraf starring for :ihe visitors, biJin? responsible, for j fourteen jioints during the game. The intermediates took tho floor; first, and it did not require much i play to show'that the local team! were facing a stiff contest. TLe "V" hoys played together splendidly, their Leant work being most admirably er- eciitcd." Murray, is a last and promising player, although a little light, had a sure, eye for cage, scoring teavily for the visitors. Wil- liams ptarcd a good, caieful game, as did also DunMvorth. It was 9.20 Mhen Ihe releree blew his whistle, setting ID motion the big game of the night. The teams were in escclleai shape for the field, ar.d were well matched. The visitors started strong, Magtath's checking being a little loose, and McKaneVlth an accurate shot Eor the basket. For a time the. invaders' systematic st-unts pulled off during tho first halt bewil- home team, hut they soon Should any -Derson be curioiiB to know where these rates ara to fce fojnd, I -would refer them to C.P.H. Tariff, C.R.C. W. 1177: N.P. J.C.C. 4352, and O.K. L.C.C. A.-3151. Mr. points out that Mife North- ern Pacific Hallway rates from Su- mas to Seattle is Ji6.80-per car for 125 miles. This is equivalent lo 36.0 cents per car per raile over no moun- tain haul, and on. practically a de- scending grade. Tho Canadian Pacific Hallway earnings from Calgary to Su- tnas over four including the Rockies and Selkirk's, represents an earnings, of 15.8 cents yer car per mile. Chicago Rates Some reference has also been made to our rates to Chicago, which, of course, can only be reached through connecting American routes, as. ag- ainst rates from points In Montana served by direct rallfi. 1 niA quote two patent examples: I to Chle'H-o. 161S miles: rate on cattle or hogs, SO cents per cir, minimum. Seattle, Wash.; Jan. ho bas things arranged to train In' Kverelt, Ixiu Xordrke, manager of the Ednionlon club, Western Canada lea- gue, la fixU.s np hlE exhibition game schedule. He has written pugdale that ihe original deal for Edmonton to Seattle, April 12 U a go, and that he vroulct like to have Iho Seattle club flay at least one gnme in Everett. Seattle can only eigh- teen players after tho season settles BO tliere will ho considerable niaterial for disposal among tho dif- ferent managers that are well known Id Seattle. N'ordrke' will have a chance at some.of It, and the same Is true of Bert Dunn of Medicine Hat, _ Uill Hurley. Saskatoon, and Fred llanche o( bit they died game. Weed, MOOPC Jaw. The Western Ca-JThe teams: nada league Is getting better every SENIORS year. They do a little too much Lethbridge Magralti wrangling, biit just the same. Centre _________________ iCarlcy OOOlbs H60.00 per car. got wise and rallied ,tn magnificent style. The referee experienced some difficulty in holding; the locals down, as they have been accustomed to fast, unrestrained ploying in the past. Ev- erything went otl smoothly, however, and the best of feeling prevailed. Things looked gloomy for 3Ugrath in. tie part oE the last half. Loose playing the 11Y" to cage three more baskets, but- then the j ihe raten from Calgary to Winnipeg remarkable thing happened. Probably'as compared with an equl-diBtant a team hafi never eomc back stronger I rohit, AshCield, Montana to St: Paul: than MagrMh did during tlie fa3 end j Caliiry to Winnipeg. S3S miles: of that memorable battlp. They dec- ralo irlfied the crowd by annexing Etvcn AsbfJeld, -Montana, to 81. Paul, 836 Tobacco, Montana, to Chicago, 1G-0 miles: rate on cattle, cents par lOOlbp.; hogs, 93 cents per cattle, per car, hogs, per car, Lelhbridfco to Chicago, 1539 miles: 77 cents per lOOlbs., minimum, -0.000 Ibs, rate, ppr car, Ttocfehlll, Montana, to Chicago, 513 mtlea: cattle, eenla -ner lOOlbs.; hogs, 89 cents per car, cattle, hogs, .A further example might cited In in quick succession, Ihe hrldge team wilting before the ava- titutes and ptmp3 who tre Veins blackmailed by me-mbers of po- lice. Two of the bisaest hotels'in tho city are oyea houses of prostitution." He explained why Chief Carpenter lefi Ho said the chief there u-os crooked and Carpenter Tvaa not willing to take the responsibility of showing him up. lie said Jidmonton wanted a man who could not be talked out of doing something which he In- .ended to do. Biggest Riot of Night Alderman Caldc-r then started bis speech which led to the greatest riot of the night. He thought H irsuld be a great mistake to lose Cblef Carpen- ter. He had heard that as soon as tlie mayor wag elected HID chiefs head was over the basket Alderman Clarke's statements In re- gard to the town 'being wide open lightly. Alderman. Clarte: "As lightly as you took the Rabbit lilllg scheme. When the laughter ol tho crowd had subsided eomeKhat, Alderman Calder burst forth: IJt take it lightly aa I take the statement made by ex-Cnlcf Uiat you (Clarke) asfced him for the irivilege of protection for a woman ll-fame.'' Clarke: "You'r a HarE" Calder: 'The statement -was made "You're a. contemptible cur, amj a a liar anil a litef and a shouted Uarke. Looked Like Fight Coming'out from behind his drsk, Alderman Clarke rnafle threatening- motion3 with his saying tbatbrt would make Alderman Calder etop and withdraw those Btalementi.' The council chamber was in an roar, 'Mayor JfcXamara shoutJcg at- Alderman Clarke to Bit down. quiet was partly restored, he told Al- derman CaTder to-sU doTrn. .Aider- man Calder refused, and started to re- peat the statement." Other aldermen objected that ha was out of order, anil that such statements ahould not ba made in the council. On motion of Alderman May, the ruling of the chair was sustained, and Alderman Calder refused liberty to speak Jis.had withdrawn the statements. Alderman Calder uked If U was In order for Alderman Clarke to call htm a crook and a tbief. Alderman ClarXe retracted those and satd that when he wanted them be would do (to outside of the council chamber, AMERICAN ATHLETES WINNERS Score Three Victories in Track Meet in Melbourne. Australia, ,1nn. erican athlclc-9 ycsiprdiy scored three victories one tie in tho track nvenla at clmmr ton ship meeting of tbo. AnslraJnalAh Antaleur assocla- n I on.- George L. Parker, tha Callfor- nla -surlnlcr. won the 220-ynrd ffat In seconds, (itid MncKenzfc MoKane Fern-arils Ruard.i Wool! A. Mercer i T I miles: rate, per car, (102.00. I think these figures which 1 have grhcn will the members 01 i your board that, so far from charging j rates which handicap the, slock-rais- ing industry, our rates and conditions are on tlie. whrto more favorable lo the Etock-ralsers than those on Atnerl can railways, although the Canadian Dr. J. W. Robertson, who wan chairman of the Koyal Commission on Industrial training and technical cucatlon, has accepted Invitations from the Boards of Trade and Canad- ian Clubs in Ontario to them on questions ot local -development through vocational education. Allen Bridge' iHoberts Scott j IS'TKHMEDIATKS Magtatti i Centre i j.lfic 140'yarii fist championship (n 61 j 2-5 Powers of tho Boa- ton A.C., won Iho mile cnamplonaliHi j In i minutes 4-5 seconds. The pole vault championship wng a tie LdtihrMjjo i Williams Murray Honnell liunsworlh liobertson Forwards 'Guards Head 'J. Mercer Wai son rjlumcl Acfcroyd RUSSELL IN WINTER LEAGUE fltb the young southpaw who did good work rllh the WSiite I How EA.y It It To Get Rid Of Kidney Trouble And .Lame Back I Uvccn Rulo Templclon c'. the Olympic j Sox inst year. Is hurling In the wln'ier c'.ub. Run Francisco, nml IH.ike. of Vk-1 lenBiie In, and If reporls Australia, who both vauIKd lljdo not miscarry IB dolnn good Job LAMY BROTHERS IN ACTION feel. Th members of the American lonm h.'ve entered In the meets for tho next two Saturdays. of 11. Keb fs credited with fanning 41.batters In four which Is do- Ing considerable. Maybe hfi'wlli rot tx> as efcctlve In the A. year. Bell Rock, Frouttnac Co., Or.t. "For 15 I could get lo lielp m; Kidneys, they were so Md. The pain all through mybaclc anu and down oiy legs. Wiled I would sit for t nhife, I coiild not straighten upirnlit I rod or mure. A neighbor tdvlscd me to late GIN PlLtS. I did so and six boit! cured me. It about two since I quit GIN PILLS. My lack ia now nil rirhf. Xo pain in hick or lees all right. GI.S P1I.I.S arevrrirth their weight in gold to any- one