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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta }^SOME E'WQlOitJS SKETCHES 01? THE ! fSLAYED NEW ALLAN CUP HOLD-ERS SATURDAY AND WON .) Winnipeg, Match. 1. - Plaving tthe ! .'fastest hockey (Seen this year'the a\\-ss'^p loc�l:"h(HA6yists who left today , ic(i a moKthil^totir of the east and tha r's'^tes,'got away to a good start �wjien they; trimmed the Winnipegs, 5 �tb' i at the' Ampitheatre Saturday. It tlieare .is .any other hockey team in 'Canada whfcii can play faster hockey �Uian displayed here Saturday night i ithej! win certainly be capable of tak-; jl^K the Allan cup from- Wlnnitieg. -, .'The lineup : , Position goal point cover . roVer centre left tight , - :A11-Ststt's Stuart 'C. Ballf Uel. Irvin .Maxw�ll 'daldw-ell T?, Ballt . H. Baker Winnipeg Qanuon Turntoull Ruttan Andrews Currie Adaiuson McKenzie TO MEET AGAIN SOON , jB^ SAYS TOM" JONES, .BUf WOL-. ''eXs^^CLAin/IS IGNORAMCE OF " -it � TRANSACTIONS ch'for'iarly in April, according:to; ,.,..........,, 5 s^tement of Tom Jones, ""Wbl- %fes?i'!S:�Mst's :lMnaget,: here late yesterday.-, '-fifJim' Coflroth has ^accepted'our nsj-^fot the matchV* continued . "tad we are -going aH�r?Mati again. This time I shapU make plgasiit train: at: least 15 rdays. Mur-fe5>a|sin3^ro7e^ :at i leasts lOOi i^p&c' f^,|:;;CMur;: foj'-5'#J^H.'^?F..WtSi^s, mvch. mSaey for ^Hiieit .bout >as Wolgast will get. . fjSSr^rJ^S either RIVeRS OR packey ft^JWaer Nol^ri ;AhnPUnces CHamplon � . � RHchle ipWUUna to-Box in ^hree Months lit,. 'Michi\, Maroh i>-"WUUeS ie'wflCho^ either Joe JUvetB or �j^^StclBVirJand'before one of the ;5foi!Keluh|[jWlthin. three mdntha,'^. , Bliry'*'JTb?an,"^Kitchle'8 managar;; �-^^tiaere will trouble on --^'l^^argotog with cither, first -fl'^Jsierved.' If Packey is to he; ,,. it ttilglSl be, said that they en- ? ? -teredrthe way last Tuesday > i> Mght in "a crippled condition, * ^t-whleh won't. Wthe case exactly > tonight. .' I - Promtneiit In Eaateriv Hockey ] QQRbON MEEKING TlJeeVack"centre player of Toronto, R. and AX,'the team which is pjck-ii ,t9> beat JSL Michaels and to win the Allan cqp. ' Meeklng played last year ,Vir1th the'champion Eaton team. 8 ijSea^f Qualily'? ||�rr'Wines; /Ate'bottled under the com-.ny's'own seal and guaran--Jlatuted in wood and e'trtfm.the grapes o� i^e ; V�T'nMJSt famous irine-in. Syain and Portugal '9,pt,go6^ wines. i !. ' . , 1^ii'me^ at 5 o'clock this af> ternoop- / Some .'keen ^^nd expert play-lnff"*>�^.^>*^ntlclpated in these; matches. The {juhil^'aii^iinvited to view them. \'Thls Year He Says Vancpuver;^ March S.'-^That protes-' sfdual jjcros^e will be played on a het^i^.^jl7asi^,^iB year, is the opinion -of, ]poii**J9)|e8^ ^president of the Van-,^6,uiireriiJ^ero^ss^clut, who returned on Satiirdaj^jftpm^a two-months' trip to '|fie;e-a?1f'a|idrthe Panama Canal. ^Th^/yancouver magnate says the Na.iipiiid^'Ii(ljgfOS�e Union Is down and jplljt^i ^'ii^-'^tyijh'e. Dominion associa-Ifon; i!'B0^our,"'wlIl be stronger t}ja^i".''B^r.'J V'"-Mr.;.Jqn'e8'confirmed reports that an 9gTeeiftBi>t'jhikd heen reaphed between theea^i'l; and west with regard to players and ^salaries, but denied'the story ^nt out'from the east that he would dispose of Newsy Lalonde to the Irish C^nadlensiot Montreal; : 'So'tar.. iYlctorla has failed to organize.' a clulJ, and It is not likely that the island -city will bo represented in the g'an^e on the coast this year. , .K^NGJf' SP'ORT PROGRAMME. TCiAtte^d; Qoiodwood Meet'and Then , . .Will Take In Cowes ; London, March' 3.-King George 'will ^ttend'tbe Goodwood'race meeting in 'August, during which time he will be rjie gue^t'of the Duke of Hiohmond And,'. ^ (Jovdott at Goodwood , House, jyjji9|j jCow6s mtMMAl^^'^^ f Wales, .^t the '=|.,'oti^.ppc|qrd; Jj-entterm' wlUijei'? Queeuf 4t Buolcing-; riiPfj|^f>'S|R4>>pend part ofhls-va' ' Old Country Games London, March l.-Lehguei -football games played today resiflted lol-: lows : FIRST DIVISION "> Aston Villa 1, Tottenham Hotspur 0.". � � � ��'^���i Bolton Wanderers t; BlackiUrn Rovers'.1; ! .. Chelsea 2, Manchester City 1. Liverpool 2, Derby Countv X- Manchester United 3, Middlesbor-ough 3. Newcastle United 3, Everton 0.. Notts County 3, Sunderland 1. Oldham Athletic &, West Brorowlch Albion 0. ^ Sheffield United 0, Shemeld Wednesday 2. f  Woolwich Arsenal ^ 1; Bradford City, 1. � , . ., SECOND DIVISION .Bradford 4, BlackpoQl 2^ Tiirley. 9, Leeds*Clty 2. Clapton' 0, Bristol-City>0;- -Glossop .0, Birmingham 2. Hull City 1, Huddersfield Town 3. Leicester Fosse'rPulham,, postponed. Preston Northend '2i "Gnibs6ytown 0. Stockport County vl.Buty a. Wolverhampton Wanderers Barn-ley 0. Lincoln City 3, Nottingham vForcst SOUTHERN LEAGUE," Swindontowri ;f,i Queen's' Park Rangers 1. Bnstol Roverp: 1; ;Bie(iWotdi-l^ 'Exeter City, 2, Gillinghapi 0. V Portsmouth I, Northampton" 1. . Walford b, Plymouth Argyi& 1. ' ; Coventry City 1, Soutbapipton 1. .. Mill wall Athletic 1, Sto^e 2.: Brighton and Hove 2, Reading 0. Merthyrtown 1, Crystal Palace 0. Westham United 2, Norwich City 1. ,RUGBY Devonport 3, Leicester .2. -,, Old Merchant Taylors 2,*' Richmond London Welch 14, London Hospital Rugby 10, Northamplop,-S.Newport 20, Bi^istol 6. ' ' Gloucestershire 14, 'Cumberland 3." Gloucester ^, >Cardift . , r,'' \ Old Leysans 29, .Bedford 12: Harlequins 28, Oxfotd University 5. Swansea 11, Coventry -3. NORTHERN -UNION Broughton' .Rangers '.0, ^Rochdale' Hornets 8. - Dewsbury 36, Brad^or^ 2. Huddersfield 73,' BraiHey 5. Hull' Kingston''Rovers 53, Coventry 3.. . '' ^ Hunslet 11,'Wdties 5.^^ Ketghley 0, WaKef\eld, Tiinity 6. Runcorn 6, Swjntoji ,0. St. Helens 10, Oldham: 2. W^rington "7, il'uli'3. ,-' Wigan 23, Sajford' 0.. '- York 1-1, Battler 3. ' JUDGE' REFUS^^ A r^EW TRIAL Denies Motion in Action Brought by Parmentler^ ilrathej',o^ Boy, Kli|p ed in Prise Fight, ' Green Bay, Wis,, ,March 1,-Judge Hastings today, d^^l^d^a, motion for a new trial in the actlpn hrought in th� Circuit Court, J)y Sehastian Parmen-tier ,to TecoverHOJOPO; damages from Mayor Winifred-Abrams^ Wiliiam J, McGlnnls et al,, fo'r^ tlje de^th of his son, alleged to' haV^fesvflbed from a prize fight in 1910/ The jury found in favor of the ^'4teodants, holding that they were/.HDt'responjijble for the young hoxer'a death.- . STANAGE IN LINf^' But Crawford and Cobb Are Still Among the Mold-Outs-^Kling , Not Sijgned Chicago, March 1.-The Detroit American-league baseball club,vtonjay, announced that Catcher Stanage has accepted his contract under the old terms..; Cobb and.Crawford,-the other regulars who have' hepn dissatisfied with -the terms offered' them are still hold-outs. President Herrmapn;;of the Cfjlcin-natl basehall club of'th'e N9.tlpnaHea-gue, announced totlay that John KUng hadnot signed a contract to ilay with the gam^'pf the �?Won, lieieV'to-, ? ?; day^, with tho; � PsUw cti9�i?(i ;pf; �>� tb'e Teias league.  ? > Thorpe/ �v� tlpes }ip,.T?at-- ^ vted up^two,'liiIhglftB" an4.,aidouj: ; ? hie, got. twp chances;, handled � * ? 4hem all cleanly, apid.took part' In twb double^ Bteals..' 9' 4>.A * * lhv,�OT.HRVE There are nearly $2,000,000 worth iof-ijiotop cars In the Exhibition Build Ings ti^WflIfiihu's1We8'woTth'$15,000^t run-abouts worth $5Q0.. The place Is crowded eyery night, the.lowest figure attending in the evenings being 6,000 people/'.'' - 7- " ? - \p/;:;5'^-�iws ��' > COMPETITION GAMES ? , �  TONlGHT'^iC'i ? If the ice holds in the face of night at the curling .rink". The'? ? following is itbe draJw-^-W. ^Ti^^i > Nelson vs. R. R. Macleod; J. ? , Bfnca.vs, A, B. Stafford^ J^.i* ? Marnooh.ijVs.-^;Wanles8. Games /j^ ? continence at'7.15i'. . > There wiR be a sheet open �^ ? for scratch'games tonight. : * 500 win; lose or draw. OfBrien gabled that his brother had sailed, and,lf'Welsh would not accept, t^tat Matt-iWells, or the Australian ch^mplop, Mehegan,' would be satisfactory! at the same weight, -. 1. ' CLEVELAND BOWLEbV - ROLLS. HIGH .SCORE Made 723 In Three' Games'at Toledo , ' Meet-r'Chicago's.S:^Bts-Sc)uad of Trundlers Have,Rbiled Off Toledo, O., Marchi.'-^WIth the flrsfe squad of Chicago's rhigi'entry in the American Bowllngii.'Gpngre�s. tournament .practically outroftheMway, bowling, devotees caiTnow sit haDktO! look for the results of� teams frojp outside that city and Ohio.' Th& f rst of th� two-man eventsi^enti on'the alleys' at 8.30 this.mornlngfjwlthjthe howlers from Norwalk, Ohlo;*'Cort!tahus,fOhJo^ Clyde, Ohio; St. Louis and^orevelanh* competing. > '^^y, The showing of EfldiesHSriflann, of the -Lincoln team,-,'01evelahd;-,mtfde I?st night, whifn he totalled:.723Mn his three games, provedthe sensation of the night It -was not "realized until his third game, wh^ ke rolled 277. This gives him a-good start on the all-events list of winners. ANOTHER ANTI-BOXING STATE New*Mexico House-Adopts Proposed Law Prohibltrna/Rlna'Coht'ests. Within' the Stated'- V Santa Fe, N.M., Mar^h. l^-r-Tiie Hcftise yesterday, adopted/a*' favorable report ou tbe propo8ed;antl*prlze,fight law, which would prDhlbithoxIng^opnt tests of any kind within tb^.state, making violation 'o'f^^be 'laiy \t6)o^y,, punishable by fiije ftnd:;Ifflp'riipnineiit,'i prboth.  , ' t'^'^^'cr-'' 'P"--'i'M ----.......i >W POLE BEAT.^JJ/MyiSQN. RING HI6H.CLA5S ONE AGENT in 'each town. If we are not represented fn your district write us. REX TAILOillGiCO. �1pf No. Nc. Uo: No: No. No. No. No. No. No. LETHBtltDGE MARKBTe Elevator PripSs 1'-Northern ......, 2 " Northern ................r^. Northern 67 04 Ob 53 49 Albepta Red ...,............, 65 Alberta Red .'........,......., 82 Alberta Red .................. 58 Alberta Red ...........,....., 53 Alberta Red 49 iVIONpAY'S -GRAIN PRICES �Winnipo^.'Man., ilarch.3.--The grain markets today were ............. �� No. 2 Nor.................... No 3 Nor. ,.....,........... No. 4 '................r......�..... No. 5'................... No. 6 ........^....1,. Feed ......'......................^ Winter Wiieatr-' ' ; . No. 1......................... No........................ No. 3 ............................. 'No. 4.................... Oats- , ' No. 2 C. W............u..... No. 3 C.'T\;.............. ISx. No. 1 Feed ..... NOt '1 Feed ............^ No., 2- Peed............. Barley-^ " ' ' \ - . 1.09i '87i'; 8or '�.88 88 V ' v"'88r " 88i' '924; 91 '01- 90 May-....... July ....... ^eptf'i^ivii.^ LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK''iVIAf^KET ' -Liverpool, -March 1-John liogerB & ' po. cable that trade In Birke-pH'e^d/tp-,' lay, though, alow, Bl\owW>no^ vaila-ion from the last'week or'two, and ' Irish steers are still getting "from 13;% to 15 cents per pound.. . MACLEOD RINKS WON Local Curlers Out ^of Town Saturday ! �r-Bruce and Mathews. Played Tight Game ' ' W New York, Miurch �' lai^t wpf�^,,^/3 stated In the Herald's M^-le^l' eorrespo�denoe. The 'Maoleod te^ro won, 6-3, |A|jKATCHEWAN HOOKEY.JIT'LE ,.,,p,^5,katoon, March 25-If has ~b,6en ^.decided tljat'tu'e 'Prince'.Alberts .^ft# j;]^);.o(^ie;Jaw playoff hMe�neJft-T^aHay katchawan, . , , .j.'L^^m-j, V ^BlG'Jl.'EAGUE'PIl^QTING NO SINECURE ^ D�r&ig;the past ten years no less thai^^ 63- nien have, managed cluhs In tbe 4^ji^rican ' arid.' National league s, Fred plarlce.'.ot the'Pirates; Oopnle Mack,-'j^'the.Athlfittos; and joh,n.,Mc; Graw, -pii'tne olants," are th3- oqly^ manag^r^/thftt'^F^ 'now piloting'Ihe Baml'rt^ftTnS\vWMo)i they wer.leading in l|05f/^btne'pMhe.53�varleUep have drlfeed'rfro9i' 'ahother In-the^Saijl'e"circuit,'^and,have occaslo'n-ally()�^ye.',traHBi:.erred their ojeratlon.s-to tif*^othey;leaguer-9>he clubs, t?ie ---'^gfir