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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHE RIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday,- January 30, 1913 MOOSE JAW BROUGHT INTO LINE BY SAVAGE AND GREY- REGINA NEXT MEETING OF ALL CLUBS WILL BE CALLED AT MEDICINE HAT NEXT WEEK Moose Jaw, Jan. 29.-Messrs. Gray fid Horner, two baseball moguls from Bdmotlton, this evening met hall dozen of the local baseball enthusiasts. As a result .of the meeting Which was held in the Royal Georgp hotel, it looks as though it will be possible to form an eight Mara circuit during the coming sea-son comprising teams from Calgary Edmonton, Medicine Hat, Lethisridge Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Regina and Moose J4w. Frank Gray pointed out that by lowering the salary limit somewhat won by; & horseman. The reason giv-�"vsen'w,as the rule ^ might prevent the sK^fa*tIng o* the foest trotter in the Mer-4foijdnt8'' and Manufacturers' $10,000 #;Stake,vorvthe best pacer in the $5,000 fts(C^amjb'er' of Commerce stake, ^jjfetpn ,the stewards met at Pitts-#uyg.^eyVadppted a resolution wherein an^'Wotter winning a gross of $15,-000 'or any pacer winning $10,000 pcssj&'shalMriot be eligible, to start In otKe*Iea5tly" closing events. enable the trustees to award early dates to challengers. It is also understood that the cup series, should the trophy continue to remain here, will be run oS as quickly as circumstances will permit to prevent the possibility of games being abandoned on account of soft ice. There is a slim guard of hockey fans, thinnedvout since last week's fixture, who concede to the Victorias a lighting chance for the senior hockey league championship, but the vast majority, incline to the View that the Winnipegs have an unbreakable toehold on. the honors. � Winnipegs Best Team ; Winnipegs have twice defeated Victorias this season, the first time by a 7 to 5 score, and the second by a 10 to 4 count. As there is little prospect of Victorias being much stronger than last week, and as Winnipegs are prepared for every emergency, the task before Victorias-that of overtaking a team unconquered this season, appears almost hopeless. As the public wants to see the Allan cup remain.in this city it is fortunate, when all things are considered, that Winnipegs are out in-front. They are much better fortified than either Victorias or Monarchs for a defence of the trophy, -so that it CARDSTON DREW A BLANK IN GAME WITH INDIAN MISSION SEPTETTE Cardston, Jan. 20.-The red skins from Stand Off came to Cardston on Saturday, and put it over .the whites to the tune of 9-0. At the Stand Off, crossing on the Belly River, the Indian Mission have made a rink. Boards and a wire net line, the sides, and make an excellent��� opportunity for hockey pracice. This has been taken advantage1 of and the. Indian boys have been busy. TheTe' is not much else to do at this season of the year, and one of the 'farm instructors informed the Herald that the iboys are on the ice all the time. They have .been encouraged to play hockey, and have now a -team that can be put up against most any team within reach of them. Cardston expected a school team, but the Bloods brought their heaviest men. The game started, with a team seems only right.and proper that the j from Cardston Public school oppos-honor should go to them. Winnipegs > ing the visitors, but they were too are excellently balanced and there are both speed and brains in all departments. No other team would be prepared for the rigors of a cup series like Winnipegs, taking it for granted that none of the' players will be incapacitated in the interval. r'Wanted To-day And' Every Day tor One Month #� IQOjQO^men to take advantage of tHe cut in prices at tlie ' ;Vt- mti^BMh* Alleys' mm fast for the youngsters, and in the second half some of Cardston's cracks were drafted.' The score was made mostly in the first half, but in the second the seniors failed: to get any In on the boys froiji-the reserve. This visit marks a decided advance in Indlal life on the reserve. It is the first occasion that an'Indian team has ever visited Cardston for the purpose of chasing a puok against the local boys. The Indians are hot.after a return game, and it is quite, possible if weather permits of skating that o return game.will be played, ! A' ' PtS. Fernie, forward.V 2 Carlie . Robertson, f'w'd,.j 2 Gordon. Hincks, centre ... 0 Dunne . Thompson, gd. ... 0 Allah.'.. Allan, gd.......7 -Parks . Dormitories Pts. Pirates 11 Pts. Irish, forward.. .. 0 Dunsworth. Harlsou, f'w'd.. ; 8 Mdrray... . ..15 ... .. 0 . .. 2 . .. 2 . .. 2 - 21 Schools Pts. 0 Carr, centre... Inkster, guard Turley, guard ,. 0 Bonnell . ,. 2 Stewart., .. 7 FJlmer .. 15 11 2 The Standing Won Dormitories .......... 3 Schools ..... .......'' 1 Bankers............ 1 Pirates ...... ...... 1 Farmers............ Q Eagles............0 16 Lost 0 1 1 1 1 HOCKEY AT CRANBROOK n T i Cranbrook, B.C.; Jan. 29.-rln a City League hockey match tonight, the Rovers defeated the C.P.R, septette by a score of 4 to 3, .  ^ CAPTAIN JIMMY DISSETTE -Of St. Michael's senior O. H. A. and probable champions this year of the O. H. A. WESTERN LACROSSE SYSTEM SUPERIOR TO EASTERN St. Catharines, Jan. 2�.-Tom Dixon, the goalkeeper of the Athletic lacTosse team, says he hopes to see a team from St. Catharines bring the Mann cup to where it should have been in the first place. They had been beaten by a better team at Vancouver, but the success of the winning team lay in the fact that they played straight on the nets, wasting no time in circling in the field. Individually, the Eastern players were as good as those of the West, but the western system was better and should be adopted here. QUEEN CITY INDIANS TECUMSEHS A TIRED TEAM AND UNABLE TO HOLD THE PACE SCORE 6 TO 2 Montreal, Jan. 20.-It | was the Wanderers all the way in the final game of the six man hockey at the arena tonight, when they defeated the Tecumsehs by a score of 6 to 2, outscoring them in .two of the periods, while in tho second twenty minutes the Teoumsehs-had a shade the better of the play... It was only in this period that thd winners let up at ail, assuming a lead 0f three goals in the opening, stages, which enabled them to take a rest and pipy back on the defence in the second period. In the third twenty minutes they went at the rivals with renewed energy and scored twice shutting the visitors out. The game was played before a fairly well filled houso and was fast enough at times. The Tecumsehs showed marked signs of their recent overtime matches and with the exception of the MoNamara boys, did not show the dash and vim of the match played on Saturday against the Canadieris. The line-up :- Wanderers Position Tecumsehs Boyes.................goal Ross...............(...point ......Nicholson H. McNamara S. Cleghorn.....cover .. G. McNamara Roberts.............wing ...........Throop Hyland.............centre........... Hunt O. Cleghorn......wing ............... Vair Referee-Eddie Phillips, Ottawa; Assistant Referee, Fofcival, STELLAR HOCKEY TO MATCH " SUNDAY BELL" OWNER OF MARE WANTS THE STANLEY DILLON CHALLENGE TO HOLD GOOD ON OTTAWA ICE SENATpRS DEFEATED BY QUE-BEC CUP HOLDERS-LESEUR AND LAKE THERE AGAIN j HARRY CODY A Toronto okater who Is shotting much speed this season... .- , . Sporting Editor, Lellibridge Herald: In the morning paper of date Thursday, January 9th, there appeared an article on ice racing. The gist of the article was to the effect that interest in the. ice racing project was at fever heat among local horsemen. j . ' There was also embodied in this article a challenge from the owner of Stanley Dillon to race Sunday Bell for a side bet of one hundred dollars, to be run over ice on a half mile straightaway track. On my attention being called to above challenge I forthwith made Arrangements to accept the same, which acceptance was duly published in the sports column of the Herald on the evening of Friday, Jan. 17th, my stipulation being that winner was to take three heats in five, and the challenger provide the ice. It seems to me that instead of this ice racing project being at fever heat, (hat it is all the other 'way. The challenger, or challengers, appear to have a worse attack of cold feet than of fever as they don't appear to be able to hold their end up. - If the owner, ot owners, of Stanley Dillon hail been at all sincere as regards to their challenge they would, at least, have come forward and put "up the cash and made some arrangements as to dates, etc., before this time. It looks to me that they, the challengers, were trying to put up a bluff, and now their bluff being called, are trying to back out as best they"can. At all events it looks as though it was all "beautiful sunshine" that - they were talking about instead of matching their horse against old Sunday Bell! In conclusion I wish it to be known to tha owner, or owners, of Stanley DiDon that I, William Levellie, am wii'Ilng to match my mare, Sunday Bell, against their horse, Stanley Dillon, for half a mile over ice, race track or road for no less a sum than one hundred . dollars, and whatever larger amount they care to put up, and am prepared to go through to a finish. "-;'�': Yours, WM. LBVEiDWB, Salc and Exchange Stables, Cor. 12th St. B and 4th Ave. N., City. Ottawa, Jan. 29.-Quebec defeated Ottawa five to three in the National Hockey association game hero tonight. The game was one of the fastest of the season played on the best ice to date: The hockey was strenuous throughout. Joe Hall played great hockey for Quebec and Moran's work in goal was at times of the stellar variety. Mummery did a great deal of useful blocking, and Crawford, who replaced Mummery in the second and Marks in the third, showed a world of speed.. . " In fact, he was the fastest man on the ice. Smith was the best man with Quebec He hails from Ottawa and was. passed up by the Senators without as much as an offer at the commencement of the season. Malone and Marks were both useful. Leseur- and Lake again saved Ottawa* from a bad drubbing. Lake and Shore neglected to use their bod-iesj however, and the Quebec goals Were easily earned, especially the fourth and fifth by Smith. About 3,-000 persons attended, the -recent defeats having affected local enthusiasm to no small extent. MARKETS kETHBRIDQB MARKETS Elevator Prices An advance one one cent is noticeable ou the local grain market today. There are no variations In the quotations ou other commodities. Nc. 1 Northern .. No 2 Northern .. No. 3 Northern .. No. 4...... ... No. 5 .......... No. 1 Alberta Red No. 2 Alberta Red Nc. 3 Alberta Red No. 4 Alberta Red No. 5 Alberta Red Bran, per ton .. ..-flhorts, per toa 66 63 58 R3 49 , 6R 62 68 63 i 49 . 11.0* - 18.0ft Oats, per ton, sacked >~�wy��: 26.00 Rolled Oats ...............,>; 27>0 Butter and Eggtr "~~''?'' Dairy butter .. .. v* �-� v^i Creamery butter u.-.., Eggs, fresh..... Sheep: Live, per cwt. >� �..- 010 to 0.15 Sheep pelt, each........ 0.25 to 0.75 . 0.79 0.01 0.03 .014 .011 0.1* o.aa 0.15 0.13 0.18 0.34 0.81 0.45 B.M THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Close 87% Ottawas.......Position Le?eur................goal ., Lake..............point . Shore.................cover . Ronan...............centre Broadbent.........right . Darragh..............left .. Referee-J. Brennan -H., Pulford. ... ... Quebec ......... Moran ............Hall ... ...Mummery ,....... Malone .... ....... Marks .. ...... Smith Judge oE Play BOYS'LEAGUE Another basketball league has been formed at the Y. M. C. A., to be known as the "Working Boys' League." Four teams are entered: Cubs, Crescents, Eagles.and Stars, and the first game is scheduled for tomorrow eyehing. In fact, two games are on for tomorrow evening, as on each subsequent ' date that has been arranged, according to the following schedule: �Jan. 31-Cubs vs. Stars. Crescents vs. Eagles. Feb. 7-Cubs vs, Crescents; Stars vs. Eagles. Feb. J4-Eagles vs. Cubs. Stars vs. Crescents, Feb. 21-Crescents vs. Eagles. Cubs vs. Stars. Feb. 28-Stars vs. Eagles. - ' Cubs vs. Crescents. Mar. 7,-'Stars vs. Crescents. Eagles vs. Cubs. Real Work Playwright-"Writing, this musical, comedy) was a nerve racking job." Friertd JoneB--"it must have been awfoAftq^WikAt that pjo^ke in it;" LEACH CROSS TOOK SHORT-END HONORS 8HUGRUE A SURPRISE Bested the Dentist Seven out of Ten Rounds Last Night at New York New York, Jan. 29.-Young Shii-grue, of. this city,' outfought Leach Cross, the local lightweight, In seven oujt'of ten' rounds:at Madison Square Garden tonight. Near the end of the fourth-round Cross, after stalling and apparently tiring, suddenly sent Shu-grue down for three seconds with a hard, right to the jaw, when the bell ended the round. Winnipeg, Jan. 30.-The grain prices today were: Wheat- Open May............ 8734 July............ 88% Oats- May.......... .. 35% July............ 36% Plax- January .. ..�..... May............ 116 July............ 116% Closing Cash Prices Wheat- "... , No. 1 Northern .. .. No. 2 Northern .. .. No. 3 Northern .. .."' .. .. ;. No. 4............. ... ... o. 5..........v.,.- No. 6.................. Feed.....*---- Winter Wheat-No. i......... ........ ... 35% 36% 111' 115% 117% 82% 79% 76% 72% 67% 62 52 83% No. 2................. No .3............ .... No. 4............ ... Oats-No. 2. C. W....... ... .. No. 3 C. W......... Ex. No. 1 Feed ...... No. 1 Feed ... ... ... No. 2 Feed ... ... . .. Barley- . " No. 3............ No. 4...... ............ Rejected........ ... .. Feed ... ... ... ...  Flax-No. 1 N..W. C ... ........ Minneapolis Wheat May............. 87% July_____ ..... ..... -89% Chicago'Wheat May .. ........' .. ' 93%- July............ -90% September........ 89% 77% 73% 32 29% 30% 29% - 26% 46% , 4.3% 39 ' 38 111 87% 89% ,93% 90% 89.% [ prominent In Eastern. Hockey ]� LORNE BARLETT Hockeyist, a clover centre "man with Parkdale Canoe Clubj; sonlor O. H. A. team.' � " . �.� �-� �. >.,. 56 8826 ;