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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^P^'/'^Q^orito, MarcA l.-tt present plans itrfi Httf'tettallje, Toronto will in two Irfr' ;>freei�s' ^tHne have a hockey competl-h'-' ;--tfotl thset will settle the oft-disputed /''j'fl'^stipa as to which team is to b* !>: On1au50 Hockey _._.ati.it possible, and to complete. ' '"^ in'six nights. V-- ' 'iMAKING THE GAME CLEAN *V'^^'ilS, Yorlt State AthKsttc Commission Au aiti-motor Iceboat, made Its appearance on the bays and harbors of Lake Ontario this winter, >nd proved such a great success that the promoters tn. construct motor Iceboats for use on winter pralr.es and frozen waters in various parts of Canada. It made a record trip of slxtyfive miles an hour. PROMINENT EASTERN FOOTBALL, MAN IN TOWN , iitu-r ttj uiD loijuiirln^''promoters i-SlfeJitsVtb^iiaiev ppblic >anno,uncem'snil!' '^^Wa He&tera, signed to' aepeaic in.-thg. oat; � the box' offioes. and if thete is .�sporilng Wrltfis'Wfi-to be aoti-T, sb.vthat announoemants can be i�HJ&,.^ the;:newspapers. r;Wofa c^Jn* ^ |]g;^tii& commission's action has "sejitlb.all^clnbsSiplfHng boxing lej^in! the state. , .w|�imin.te^tp|rvancoiiyer;^ear� 11, to 3 "^^jiyifetimMteft^asa 'defeated^ jjiveiWii^t by a score dt'ltl} tb, i'l^'cidentaUy killed the "last, Vyanconvor- had to head off the iclub in ,the league race. ' rer started In with a;rush Jti'nd ot'tho first period was r.a score fe 3 to 2., This 6fr ..^,ivarj'seemed to finish them, lej^'neyep fonn* the net after Thfer a-efeat Ot Vaneouver to a i,^xtent;,�a4�'.''_;bi!'.traced to the , wt..Tllylor,'who durinsr'the liri't .,;od'collided *with the aid*,beards,, ^>''Wis"''out^ot.the��nie for the r'eatl ge|e session.^ * 5iyCo'. Mr. H.iCausduni ex-president of the Toronto and District Football asso-oiattou,'ijsln'Lethbridge on business, not football jjusiness however, though the gentfeman,: is'not averse to talk-ag Up thevgame. Mr. Gausden is '*travelliogJ?t.fqr'an eastern dry-goods house and hi? "duties have taken -him away from the centre of his former football activities; He was president of the Toronto and District associa-tion^in,19ia,-and now holds the title of honorary prei|ident of the organi-lation. - - f In' discussing football in Canada Mr.-Gaisden^speaks glowingly of the prospects. "Five years ago you could ofau|t itlw. foothftli clubs of Toroato 9Si3')>S?'i:?,'�B?Et fhave used up ail your counters, and this year will surely soe fifty odd clubs in the field. t _ �Footb6lIt^^j,s : taking wonderftil strldesJiiivCanada,'' said Mr. Gaus-r I dqn,. m, talking things over. "The i 'Coaiiaiight trophy will be a big boosts CC; f^r the ,g,anDBv  It stands for the fcapWlaMiFootball Championship and will *hfi;couiJ>eted tor by teams from coast- to' .ooastj! and will do.miuch to; eleyata-.thet gajne and promote its interests.:,-The, trophy bids fair to be^ come one..o{' the foremost  and biggest laurelsi^in; Gansdjan; sports. It will hji|opntqst�d vfor. on a sjtnilar plan as irid^?j^ the' leader of. ,Ws,\ neighbosing iipibvipcei unlbilA thp' Nihainpionship of the east and^ west is decided upon, * ..... ? NEW LilQHTWEIQHT  WAE8T1.INQ CHAMP Montreal,: Feb. 28.-In two^ straight falls, Paradls, the New ^ Englahd wresHer, annexed the ^ ? iUghtwelghlf iotfamplonshlp of '4 -> bley, who has .lield the ehamr piohshlp for flv� years, was not > fast enough for hfs morn yoiith- * ful opponent. � TOOK FIRST IN GYlftSTICS CAPTURES GOLD MEDAL IN, Y.M-C.A. CONTESTS-A. PENDLE SECOND, G. McKAIN THIRD FIF^ST' GAME ^ FOR, PROVINCIAL ^HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP WAS TIGHT ami then a central point will be selected; probably Winnipeg,,where the| eastern and western champions will fight it out tor the Dominion title and the possession of the trophy presented by H. R- H. puke of Con-nauglit." J Prominent In Eastern Hockey SUSPENDED ,EOR "NOT TRYING" bldier Ditro,'hockeyjst of the Can' adian professlonals,:||l,; Hn'^'- team, �t?^*up^ ly his ;o thV suspended, fofc.t manag�rf:�fseeond and third In the two otfiers. -However, this did not win him the first honors for the season's count.' Archie Clarke was high man for the three meets and carried o'ft the. igold medal, Pendle taking the silver medal given for second honors and G. .McKaln captured the bronze laurel fqr third. Tiie medals will be presented to.the win ners at: the Y.M.C.A. aJrous at the Majestic theatre. March 14. Final Standing . :M The final standing in all three con' tests: - . 1st-Archie Clarke, 40^6 points,. 2nd-Pendle, 27% points. : 3rd-G. McKalni 281/6 points. i ^ The. ev.ents last! night were?  Shot Put 1st-Jlyan, 32 feet. , 2nd-Pendle, 31 feet, 6 inches.. 3rd-Campbell, 29 ft, 10% inches. Fence Vault lst-7-A;= Clarke, 5 ft. 4 inches. v? 2nd^Ryan, 6.....ft.f;2 inches, , � Srd-Pendle, '5-f't.^ inch.  Standing^road ' 1st-Pendle, 8 >)%^% Inches, j 2nd.Tr;ti.yan,x.7"ji,t.^H6. injahefc*;.) ' 3rdr4Sch,weit2er';\!^li lOfinchd'di ; �^.^�!:. � ' ; � 18-FootiI^fle.:^Umb�,^^^5,�;:;;; . rlst-^Pendle, ,8'4;4� se^oflds j" 2na-i-cia|-kevnf' 3r'd-^Schy3ltz^v, ''"^-'^Uniilng ,,lat-#endIe,X,f ?nd'T^ya^,.j:i � .. (Special to The Haraltf) ; Calvary, Feh. 2S.-r-The Sherman hookey teain defeated the celetbrated Tab'er "Che|s" In a similar manner as they did: when the two teams met Jh an'�xhibltlon game here some weeks ago. Taber, was ahead at half-time, but; failed to keep the advantage in the last half, and Ipst to the Sher-mniT by th� dose scor� of 3 to 2. , It was the first of a two-game series for; the Alberta amateur hockey oham-plonshlp; and the winner will 'have the right .to challenge the Winnipegs for the / Allan Cup,, emblematic of the Oatiaaiah amatetir hookey champion-' ship. Of course, as in. all two-game 'series, the Bide tbat secures the greatest number of goals; is 'declared the Wlpner. As the "Chefs" weye defeat-ed'byjihe closest possible margin they are^ as yet, but slightly sli^ded by the Sfi^rmanSi and will enter the fray for tb% second time on Monday night ready to>ibi|ke an under dog's uphill fight, but full of confidence. JOE RIVERS MARRIED TODAY Eios Angeles, March 1.-sloe Rivers, the Mexican lightweight pugilist be-cam? a benedict today. His bride was Pauline Slert,' a native Californ la&i.of Mexican descent. Rivers boxes'Iicaoh Cross at New York on April ISt,, * T (By James Corhett). .'lJAe;J�ti>^r$lwas.,'not presented with o,ne of. Tom McCarey's chamipionship !l*el.^-:|or4?stopping ''K. O.'' BroAvn in liettiMlandsi ,:but-he accomplished a ,feat that :was beyond the best eBorts ipL .AdvWolg^StiiMatt Wells, . Tommy Iff>9|lhy,-'!;i;Bach; Gross and other good 'uhs .of the ring. And incidentally'^ Joe proved he. isVIone of the hardest-hit-tiAg liglit-weights in the country, and eligible: for battle with the best the division can produce. While Brown, could not. be' classed with the top^notchers he was a tough little''proposition and, betap Rivers turned thei trigk,, had never been beat-fiff decisively., ".',,'K. o." was noted rooreifor.-endurance' and capacity for punishmeht^'than fte any decree ot Skjlliwiih thei^'gloves. His "iiotion ?o^ .pjfieijtjjgfj, hosting ,was to rush an: op-pofleni'or to" stand toe and toe ' and eychaqge wallops. As miture endow-;e,d!;hiin iwitfivan; unusually sturdy phy-.sique lie got away with this style,of tics agreed with him that it was a pretty even thine. �;  � *  Tommy did not try to fight a clever.battle, but elected to mix it with the ex-champion right ^fron* the start. This is the sort, Offfihilling-.jWolgast prefers, and the faot'tihat-the veteran Murphy was able to hold hirai to a draw at his {avorijie::stylei'indicates that he has not .regained,'the form that made him invincible before , the operation forVappeft'dioitis?-sapped his vitalitv. - ' ' In _thc latter part of the fight Murphy tired perceptibly and was unable to evolve a successful; defense-against -Wolgast's body , punches," .hut the blows seemed to do/him^. little damage. While Adifought .what Was probably ,his bestbattleifsinceihis^'illness; it is evident he no7:}onger .casries the hefty punch thatarstqpjred.;: sturdier boys than Murphy-Ma;th(s'past. ' The opinion of expertsf,pE0S&it,at;,.thB-mill i� x,.i ...�"i-i'v.o-,>"�Si.ii,v,+.>; fail to'^^e?: where t ed 'ifitioh .i)restfge b six. '{ the -Whiskey r that has , JuETii'BRi.biakmarkS-tIi - Slevatbr Prices iNo, 1 'Northern ..............vl....... �7 i'No.'.-a Nortlifern', v...-.......,...;Xi...V 84 Uo. H Northern................... 1 Alberta Red ..;.;;>....... Alberta Red no peer. ...WHITE [' "The Right Scotch Jip^stilled' iiJ, the old, slowv, ^gtfad Scottish way, in Scot-j Tttfld. Mid matured in sherry i^aHks, by. Ja^nes Buchanan & "Co., Limited. V "^^D. O. ROBUN o.( toroiitbi .SoleCanadian :^AScht No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 00-53 48 65 62 Alnerta Red .................. i>8 Alberta Red .................t 53 Alberta Red .................^ 4^ SA;TURDAY'S ' GRAIN PRICES W innipeg, March 1 .-The cash clos. inc on the grain'marltct today was : � � �.. � Close Nor.......�,,...�...*..."**.'*' Nor.................. Nor. ........i...,.......^......... 311 No. 1 No. 2 No. 8 No. 4................................. No.. 5 ,.'.,..',, ii...,l.....>..^ iNo. 6 .......Vj ;.;.i;.v"u "Y'" ! to regain the title in2,raiother battle workJoi:;Wal years. Has aw^^^^^^ . . mpthod.fOt standing -with right hand * * * i;e>battled under the coifl- , r's own seal and guaran-',,'jtatufed in wood and ; ''om,,the grapes of the iionat ramoue vine-' Sjiain and Portugal m^of good win to his' style was Matt .WellBj; tbfe^^^E^ light-weight.;. But Well*^ lacked the wallop  to stop BVo.wp, , althougti. he outpointed the local pride a mile. Rivers is booked for New York in' the near future. The Empire club wants the Mexican to go the ten-round route witji Leach Cross again, iandjhe,will' hardly turn down the, J Phance. for, big money. 'Wheii the boys me^iabojit two'months ago. Rivers came close to putting Cross away in the last round. Joe was handicapped in that''engagement by the Easterii. rules, but when he got the hang of things and kneiKf just how far he coUld go "With the "rough' stutt" -he iiWled into Leaoh like a young tiger '^d at the s()�|nd ai the ilnal gonn the ,Jatter was nearly "in." The consen-.s'liS of opinion rj/i that Rtvers will sto^ tj� locar m|m the next time out. ;^iom/all,kaccbunts-that :mu9l;-i have i-�'ljair-raiB\ng battle Ad Wol-' Murphy put Up -for r^My'round^ at Jim Coffroth's (fliulj �-'*^''^pa.,.aay;' Rivers squelched !^aspi�vfcipna:ii:At the end oi Jilt; tbe'vTceteree couldn't decide an^-tbe newspaper cri- Packey McParland and Jack Brlt-ton have at last been corralled for a ten round bout. The articles have been signed an'd sealed, the weights arranged, and the "split" of the dough adjusted to the satisfaction of everybody concerned. AU that remains is for the boys to climb through the ropes, and start things. This interesting event is scheduled for,.Madison Square Gai'den next Fridaynight, and it goes without saying that the immense arena will be packed to the doors with loyal fans who ,have long been rooting for this clever pair to settle their differences. * ^ * * ' Local critics are at last forced to admit Kilba'ne is a "real champion." Johnny's display of form when he stopped George Klrkwood, the hard hitting St. iLouis featherweight; so impressed' the experts that they are now ready to concede him. a chance when he boxes Johnny Dundee in Loa Angeles in the near future,    , To my way of thinking Kllbane's victory over Kirkwobd does nq^ stamp him as a 'worthy holder pf the featherweight title. Not that it lowers him in my estimation as a greM isdjcer, but because Klrkwood had ^emonstrajed in recent contests thai he was on the down grade. Only-a few "weeks ago he boxed Ted'dy Hubbs, a yo^sngster from Pittsburg, and Was given a thorough ti'ouncing for ten r^unds^ So I KlIbaniE!'^: perform with IJuijdee, and,;^ more^f lDipressfve-%t, with ICirkiwobd,, or T'J m?no Jiidge. Still: it was_ his,failure toffetop those lads, that started the logil critics on his trail. Dundee and O'Keefe are both clever boys, that is asv.comparedwith Klrkwood, whose chief claim to fame has rested on his ability to put over a knock-out punch every now and again. As a boxer Kirkwoodldoesnot^^amount 10 much.  *  * , A champion has his workout put to I please everybody. The'troiibli is-too ,*mnch Is'invariably expected of'him. Kllbane, came here frpeh from hiS' victory over; th,e ^'great^m'bfirA'ttell, .and when he failed to .aiw^hllate'^vhls; opponents, he was brand-S'dj.a if also alarm. If any other feathent^eigbii', succeeded in outpointing Dundea';aS,';fcleanly-as^ Kllbane managed the jobiHh'eJwould.bei boosted as a "coming ohflmplon," for the little Italian is: Wgliiy' regarded hereabouts. ^ i Luther MoCarty ljiS;a^.?4rIfIe tardy in his announcenjentthatibe.; wants to box Bombardier WellS.' O^ly a couple of weeks 'ago Manageip-iGitison.r.of the Garden, offered him a ..guarantee of $10,000 to meet Wells;4nd^h6;,TiBfus,e^! to accept Gibson'tfien'arranged a^ match between Wells and Gunboat' Smith, and scheduled it for March 14. And if the Bombardier-wlns.that^vent: Jess Wlllard is to have the n?xt chance with the Bnglishman,'provided: the elongated boxer can adjust his: differences with the 'Statei.Gomrais-, sion. , � * * MoCarty and Weils would make the ideal match, but It lotjks :a^ IfcL^ has missed his chance*Afpr .ithet,i'i^ being. If sincere in l\lB'*defiIrc'toir,er turn to the ring he cantdci Pbusln'ess' w;th ''One-Round" Davl^; th'? Buffalo heavyweight, who, I im told,; is jUat plnlngiaway for wantiOfi^ultable exr If the French sports have -m^de Billy Papke, a 1 to :2Wfayor4!� -lOV^ .Frank Klaus for . thelrr hattfe - next Wednesday; as AlfLIppeVwrlt'es, I ;aw^^^^ at a loss to understand, t^^lr 'methods' of .'-handicapping flghi�rsTr', O^'-hlS* 'i^^ cent form in this cojinti^/Papke.'wo'utd riptbe iliat hot a cj^d{�^"qyef a^gpdd,' husky lightweight", /ItlllttierFrefaoh-jpon may ;n,ot be''th'e:b^(^|}|i^^wej"^fe i'ne. Such odds Bug^e8t]1j|pk';t|ere.l^' FRANK HEFFERNAN The sterling defence player Of the Toronto R. & A. Heffernan is an Ottawa college boy, and was the'star player on that team last year. He, along with "Ack Hunter" constitute one of the most brilliant defences seen in years. SPME OF TODAY'S GAMES O^Bgowfl March*. I'i-rin an inter-leagU&^gamBjtoday; Scotland beat Bng-lantItthy.=!,Iour goal6;to one. ' Hibernians ^'wereiobeaten by Hal th Rovers by one- godi to nil- in a re^played Scottish cup |l&.'i,'Saottlsh.'league games were as fojlows"; ; " KlisSliTJ;c^k;2; Glasgow Rangers 3. Aifdrl6.4;.Third.Lanark 2. Morton Hearts '2. , Hamiitdii.'Academicals 0; Clyde 1. ' Aberdeen'45 St, Mlrren 0. .p.und^e.'Of-^Motherwell 0." - �" ' Falkirk-B;.'Qyeen's'-Park-l,- -- ...............,t...M.� 2ii 82? m 75V .70 i 64 j 54) 861-84 . 80.i 82^; -.^...... ............,................. ..30* Ex. No. 1 Feed".................... 31^ No. 1 Feed............,.....,....,.,. No. a Feed............... Barley- \ � " �"' No. �........,( ...............(....ivrj,....? 64|t No. 4 ....................,.................w 45 Rejected-....,.!,.. .,..,i;;.....'..,i.;..,.... 40 Feed ..........,........ 38 Flax-^ No. 1 N, W. C......'..,.'.......... '1.10 Minneapolis May .........,.,,.,...;,.,�: 87f 87i July...............;., .........  89i 89t Sept. ........, .SO,?-: 8^. ChicaK,o May:;.........03 ' 93^ July, ......................014 91 Sept............................. 90 SOiH liverpool livestock'prices. Liverpool, March l!.-^Iohn Rogers &� Co., cable that trade. at Birkenhead today continued firm; , sjippli^s are light and the deu)a,nd steady.dt late, quotations, viz.: .l'3:^Jito", 16 oe'nts.jp'eT poundforirl8h8teers7 >,:.,,.^ . MY. FOR SALE OF FEDERAL . '> �'�^'�' ^ ? ? ? * given'-.r^ve years ? �j;(?al^ary, Alta., March 1.- ? ? Jay Hiird'was sentenced to five t|iiry''fi;om Judge Stuart, In the ,->>i ? Suprerie tTourt this 'morning,/ > ^. for.stealing $287 from W. J. ? � Hj^nler 'on the train. ? � . ' " , IS THERE ORGANIZEB GANG TAKING COMMISSION FOR 8e-' CURING POSITIONS . Ottawa; Mar. l.�^A' report thrft there ernment'' positions and I thit.; efeverap! members of parllttfnent: arid'"' at least': one minister are involved, has created-much interest here.-'' It": isvibelieved'tfi^t.disclosures of this character will' have a tendency to prolong the "session. Serious charges, of this sort have-never yet been allowed to get away without a patHamfentary investigation. -,, J It is likely thatthe operations'of the I Itivestlga'tors' will be extended to dist-I.Blots other than- the.-Clty of Montreal, for there are reports that- the operations .of the salesmen or positions ; have been extended to other parts of the 'province of Quebec.' - ^.t.-g-^:-,^Y took for tb� Price took for the' Nttn>� ^iSnrn lirthe Pocket: Alyrays the Same -"Swai-re^dy': A Western: Co-respondent, writing to a friend in the East, said: - -' "Everything is from 50 to 100 pW; cent ., � higher out here except Serai-ready Clothes ��e:|picl Postage Stampa!."<--'v-.^: ., ........,,. , , And he conclude?, "These are the only things thiit are the earns ' price ae in the-East.'* r ' ''^'.'i .-.^..-.v/..,. The same price everywhere in Canada-the plaia.price, marked in t'^f pocket always-and'ypu. ma/ depend absolutely Upon the value being the, (lame-oh the P,^clfic as on ,the Atlantic Coast-And the Montreal, � vvh^re-^?mi-ready Clothes 'are'-mide. -"' 'v. same m Empress Block ;