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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUAIlY 29th, 1914 THELETHBRiDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE UNIQUE COMPETIION George Lane's Figures Reputed (Contiiaicrt From Front Page) i LOSERS WILL WHEEL ! SACKS FLOUR FROM TO HOSPITAL THREE MILL i^-"-^*'- LAMY BROTHERS GAVE SPLENDID PERFORMANCE AT THE LAKE Renowned Skaters Entertained Crowd With Temperature Very Low-One of Performers Frost-Bitten-Eldest Lamy Throws Down Gauntlet to World's Best Ijotlibridg'3 sporl. iovors who did not Ben the I^amy BvotherB porfoim at ileiulerson Luke yesterday aiH the losers. Edmund, tlia older of the two lio.vH, and the world's cliampiou skiit- to and \'an-couver is no nearer the championship than at the start of the'season. Unlike tlieir last appearance here, the champions made the best of their opportunities. A.s in the previous game, it was a disappointiuK nuitch. (Jntil the final period there was little combination and the pace was anything but fast, but in the last 21) minutes when the Jcagiie leaders tried desperately to come through with the tieing goal, both teams got under way with some thrilling rushes, the Capitals depending on and working very effectively combination rushes, while it was entirely individual effort on the part of the Vancouvers.' They tried to weave tlieir way through the Victoria defence, a five-man affair, in the last ten minutes of play, but without result. When they did get within shooting range, Lindsay made sensational saves. MORAN QUIT IN SEVENTH SAYS JOE SHUQRUE STRUCK HIM LOW - DUNDEE BEAT SAPPER O'NEILL Curling for three sacks ol flour niay I be unusual, but it is nevertheless in-iteresting and exciting. Two local i teams are exerting all their energies ' toward the winning of this unusual prize, which is to be donated to the hospital, Probably each would not be so anxious to carry off the trophy it it were not for the fact that the losers really carry it off. The winning team will stand by and enjoy the spectacle of their vanquished brethren .\orthern Tariff, G.F.O,, N'o. 212(53, I find that a portion of Rule five, page seven, reads as follows: "Straight or mixed car loads of hogs will he accepted for shipment only when loaded in single-deck cars." A simil.Tr rule also appears in N. P. Tariff No. llOn-B, applying from the state ot .Montana to Seattle. It will thus be seen that our practice with respect to double-decking privilege is more liberal toward tlie shippers than the practice elsewhere, as it saves the shippers paying on a single deck basis with a minimum of 20,000 pounds, as It 18 a well-known fact that not more thun 15,000 pounds of hogs can on a single New York, Jan. 28,-in the lirst ot two international bouts at Madison Square garden, last niKht, .lolinny Dundee severely trounced Sapper O'Neil, of England. Tlie local fighter conceded 10 pounds to the visiting pugilist, who weighed 135 pounds, but forced the pace irom the start. O'Neil showed g,anienes8 but was unable to keep the lighter man away. In the second bout, Owen Moran, of ISngland, received severe punishment from Vouug ShHi^rue of .Jersey City, and quit at the end of the seventh round. In that round Shugriie landed several rights and Ipfts to the head and then made the body his target. Moran claimed one of the body bkiws was tooiow but the referee refused to allow the claim and ordered the Englishman to continue. Moran finished the round, but, as the bell 'rang, threw up his hands and refused to proceed. Moran weighed iu at 128, Shugrue 132i. JACKSON REFUSES FEDERAL OFFER Cleveland Outfielder Signs With Nap� After Handed Contract of *65,. OOO for Three Year* Greenville, S.C., Jan. 28.-"I hardfy considered the offer maple by the Federal league, although $65,000 for three seasons Is much more than I am to receive from Cleveland," said Joe Jackson, outfielder of the Cleveland Americans, here today. Jackson said he signed with Cleveland more than a week ago. On account of the illness of his father, Jackson probably will not Join the Cleveland spring training camp at Athens, Ga., before April 1, RED DEER BONSPEIL Same Time as Lethbridge Affair-Six Trophies and $1400 In Minor Prizes Simultaneously with the Lethbridge bonspeil, the Bed Deer Curling Club will hold their fourth annual bonspeil, on February 3, 4 and 5. Rod Deer Curling cluib boasts of the largest e.xcluslve curling rink in Alberta, accommodating eight sheets ice. There will be $1400 in prizes put up and six trophies will be competed for: Grand Challenge, Hotel ikeepers, Heal Estate, Visitors, Consolation and Grand Aggregate trophies. JOE TINKER LANDS WILSON FOR FEDS. CATCHER OF NEW YORK GIANTS SIGNS � THREE-YEAR CONTRACT-OVERALL ALSO MAY JUMP I-os Angeles, Cal., .Jan. 27. - .loc Tinker today signed .Vrlhur Wilson, llip New York Giant catclu-r, for the Chicago Federal league tenni. Wilson signed a three year's contract, but refused to tell salarv it calls" lor. The Giant backstop seemed glad that he had reached terms with Tinker, as it would give him a chance, he said, of getting olt the Giant bench and doing regular work. It was this, more than anything else, according to Wilson, that caused him to make the jump. Orvie Overall, who is on the reserve list of the San Francisco Coast league team, announced today that unless San Francisco wanted to pay him as much as he had been offered hy the Federals he would sign with the latter organization in the event he decided to enter the game again. Overall said his brewery sales business was good just now and he had no idea of playing ball again, but if lie did tlie San Francisco management would have to raise considerably in its salary offer to get him. IOWA BARS HAMMER THROW Weight Event, Alleged to Be Uselesa and Dangerous, to Be Abandoned by Hawkeyes Iowa City, la.. Jan. 27.-Iowa university's athletic board has abolished the hammer throw from the Hat ot events in Hawkeye field meets. The throw, alleged to be useless and dangerous, has been fought here during the last two years, and the board's action is the climax ot much agitation. James Harrison, centre on the Iowa City High school basketball five. Is the second underclassman to be Injured at basketball this season. Two bones in his right hand were broken. The Davenport Three Bye league nine will play its spring practice games at Iowa City, April 14-18, with Iowa university's nine as its opponents. We submit that as we have no control over the rates which. may be perambulating the staff of life to the consumers, for the Contract provides I '-^^ that the losers must wheel the three , i sacks ot Hour from the Ellison Mill ' ''*'"^' Ito the Gait hospital in a wheelbarrow. So tar the honors are even. Kach team has won one match. The j charged on connecting railways from deciding game will be played oft on ! Sumas to Seattle, it is unfair to com- 1 Friday, and both sides are praying ! pare the combined rates with the i that the. weather v/ill be nice and rates where one line gets the entire j mild on that day, because one has direct haul from Montana points to got to lose, and neither is sure which i .Seattle. It must, therefore, he ap-it will be. I parent that a reasonable comparison The first game was played on Mon- | could only be made with rates on sin-day by Hunter McMillan's team, 9 to I gle-deck cars from points In Alberta, 8, the second by .Jack Wales' rink ; over one railway to Sumas, with rates ^1 to I from equi-distant points over one rail- The contests were both held on the ; y^.^y ^Q Seattle curling rink on 13th street. The line- i ^, ^- ' � , , ^ � i uo is as follows ' ' Canadian minimum tor a stand- ! Doctor Thoqipson, A. Lessard, Dan f"' "l"; cattle car Is 20,000 1 McMillan, Hunter McMillan, skip. ! '^""'J*' "nd I am taking this conse-Bruce Davis, "Hap" Wilkie, .J. p. , Q'lently as a standard in the compari-Deagan, J. G. Wales, skip. i "^ns. The minimum in the United - i States tor this car is generally 24,000 KNOX OVERWHELMED ' POun-<*�' but this varieis in different ST. CYPRIAN'S TEAM i sections. The comparisons are as follows: PRIVATE OFFICE Cnmnnlne down til-chosen (aod. and ru.shing back to work, leads straight to dyspepsia, with all It means la misery. Proper habits ol eating, with a Na-DsiT-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal, restore good dlg;es-U�n, health and happiness. A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets costs but SOc. St your Drues