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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIPgE M)AILY HERALD coll):'liHE $1.01 hitAIN'S QUyMPIC COMMTTee WOULD aiVE_THl8 SUM TO , RIGHT MAN Chtoagd, MftMh.'ProbaftjllIty tjifrt the ftngUBtt.tliBm the next Olympic gfemeft-win tfaln'fld by an Araerl-can won. with a SOhfcjcit shot; *yr .-Ijaweryy^ laBti^p^rtod, Ma�ahfttti;ftA*iv0k�w.pn, Wook^ th^ viewiof >t^e:;gpj|,U(^KBer HQlmw/jarid thp:.%tt|By^4ia''l��t-W�-t:het^^-^m up^U H liik$dad;vln.. tt\e. q^V'.behlnd blm. The, gaffl?  wpi ;^ypjjgh ,',throupUout, wltb, th�! mftlor,,^ �ti}a5 ftiswfe^Wi bato^.;;of i.mi^ � The^Hl^llesliCrpwdoI thf se^apn,; Bl!^ hjlin^f�4, ftft-flf'^ene of the'bVst; mfktohea, of ih^ i$lc^l> Bphedule. The .We-iiPt Ottawf-rL^UBehi!',. goal; M?rrlll, point;'-Shore, oovei*: �'Ronan, contpej Broiidtfeiijt'wing; T)arragh, wing: '�PoirbD.td-^lbliiies, goal; Marshifll, pblpt';'OamaroiJ.v o6Ver j MdOllfen.v centre; Dayidk'on.wlag; NelghhorB, wing. Referee,; BofWleji'MontrealvJudgeif of play/WeiitwJ^H. :.IN0IAN8r WERE BEATEN ! " ' '! '.'Jr:' �' ' � t C�ifiadi�n� the- Ci;o\xs Nest Pa69. The 'clue ws^s Btmnbled-upoh quite accWentally Ijy tlii^ U^embers ' of ' tlie Eskimo hockey tSami, byl^they lost no .?tlme in grasping' It," a.h.d '' right now have chaseA e4jat')eftfw?'Thfl ll'ne-up; . p^iR^;,'",L^Me^^^^^^ .cpvet; Laloudp, ^ceS-iF? r Imm Berlwquel^ wjjir,.^>.jA^>)?lf, ^ ^ T?s4f�}^efe?7???fiHql9on. goal; 0, V.Klf; t q$itr>|^^0>ul, wing; Throope, J4'ernie against .iimmy Williains, Dummy Ulnch, etc., he is certainly a pro." SAINTLY COOKS ^ The Eskimos are not taikinft these steps for the purpose of insinuating themselves intro the finals, and it is doubtful that thuy would play, unless, ordered to do so by the-''exEou-^ tive.- But they are tired ot tlie Cav^ alier: treatment handed everything LE PAS IS PO/iNT SELECTED FOR THE ROUND HOUSE AND CAR SHOPS Olitawa, March 1. - Iloii. Frank Cochrane, minister of railways and fcanals, nnnounced Friday night that he Will' locate terminals ot the Hudson's'Bay railway at Lc Pas, on the south side of the Saskatchewan river. There will be built roundhouses, repair shops,, machine shops and general terminals. Terminals will be modern 'in every respect and the shops will be large enough to accommodate the new road to the bay. Plans are no\y being prepared tor yards which call for no less than 40 tracks, -each capable of handling one hundred cars or four thousand cars in all. � :  . C'Jiief Engineer Armstrong has been Ih the city for-the past tew weeks consulting with I-Iou. Mr. Cochrane JJi r'egatd to terminals and drav/ing Up plans,for the yards. He has returned, to Winnipeg and will move his headquarters along with his whole engineering and office fjtafi to Le Pas in order- to be imcloise touch with the progress of the railway. The prelimmjvry work -ivili start at once and it jscfpecteri that this summer sulTicient repair shops will be built to care for engines and cars, wbioh: will be needed in construction work. The bridge over the Saskatchewan river, it Is expected, will bo completed in May, when the work of track-laying will be started. A large amount of steel has been ready .for some time, but work could not- proceed owing to the difTiculty of getting rails across the river. J. I). McArthur, contractor for the line, was in Ottawa recently preparing tor this season's work. He also urged the necessity of having at least teitl-porary repair shops, so as to facilitate construction work. A Revelation of Real, High-Class Quality. TEA, used by MiHioiis Daily. Sealed Packets Only. 076 Blao|k� Mixadl and ereen. REPORT ? DANOEiUS HILL ON IHE MACLEOD TRAIL ANOTHER MOTOR-CAR ACCIDENT EMPHASIZES NECESSITY OF SOMETHING BElNCi DONE \ ABERDEEN DENIES > :-- Dublin, March 3.-The ? ? ? ? i> ^ 4> > be-4ng DUnuny XJlrio)^|, tte^spare'man for the' Vancouver^ tet^nj r-(5.",the> Pacific Coast league, and ^one. of-'the'-Gooks: from Tiber.", ' ' -, - , ! WIRE PROM PHEtllE! ' 1'^ . It 4id not.;take, i^e?-:^skS-*lonv,tO pt do^vn to biisines^ f^rSai^'^ai^.wirC was-sent to the manf^6r p ^he Fer^ nik hockey- t?^api:.:MsTOlfc--^1J4tn iu^t whlph one of "thq c;ofifsii"played ia >Fernie this seasons--.ijS'^'^'';:^-,;' . /The answer arrived iyelterdsty morning, anth% wire , r- , iB^ajTswor would, lead one tp^u^mt,(tli4t Lloyd. is'tho player, in'auesttev*'i:- ' ; Wiyes have-^beeny'lJnttfef; W Eskimos ^. to,'-'two- '.*gQii'th|fj^dr4^ who; are' pla'J'ingi4nf�th6-^ Coast Champions to Arran.fle .for Games With Eastern Hockey Team. , :v'.S'antiouver, March 2.-If the*Quebec S'tanleyL^-Cupholderg decline to laccept 'th�:Caoiffc Coast league's terms':for ia ohai|plp,n^hip= series with tlie,v coaB|; champ'io'ns; an all-star eaBtet;n team-Willvbe?brought out by Art Ross, who' laat.year piloted the- N. H. A. stars to} thBicoast'.''- � , , �� h'A'v �, il ,^:^anageR;Fr?ink Patrick, of theiy^n.^, ec4";.tO;. make, the trip. Ferule t9am,^bi\(,f*'d9PS (PQt,;ktiftw fefs InlViais, thougli lie'..wqu. him again. V Thkt,^ is.^ was sen-^ tp {'i^nfe^- Three -^-^-^S^ir Every, compiodity tilfift' one superior bra�*A'., . In-Whiskey it is^ UP By'W#llol'l6afeW,fM�ef!� 'fhw Scored ThelPfijTjjIitJi^SWj'jht;. Vlqtpry en > the. m--....... jftV-Mngoh I,-:py defeating ^(ppore pt � to 4, the ip^-"tp�p ^oqrBjd ��tU�? 'gst exhibitions pt i,tl}ls Wipiter/'TliiB, :tnqrk(^d!:miffi?i!MSi Vs, tfvit^|ii.,t5ftM han one occasion !JT�a. ni^i'Mmf WSf^^ tte4|lance Wad the jKSt-the WfcndijreFp; ' ciflKh.-.ta 'n'.') -V Brick and:'COiy Products ..'"An^,. speaking'of .the brick and clay products' Industry, we are in re-^ oei^t; qi advices that th^re are several .jtmeVlchn clay products concerns who' sire'; investigating, the possibilities of' S^'utiievn Alberta,; in the matter ot clays; ^nd sand, with a view to estabr Usifing plants. The >Associate Boards I'of Trade have .jequested affiliated bpa^dgt in this seotlon'iosend in sam-pfS^tqfc the claya thnt ,are easily ob-itq,'itiaijle and handy for 'transportation, :ioTfiaB}pt the inqulrfe'rs'in making a se-:^66tiia^9f the kind they,moat desire, ftiid; responses have? come from - Dun-^ jncr^von the east to Blairmore on the, ��T(;estI*.;The Calgary Industrial Bureau has-.;pe6n energetically work along t^ilsisarap line, but fit-has-not cared ioriany clays from-thlByseQtlon.pf'the: iSrovlnce, according 'to information re-�:^4l^6d/ and presumably their mptlve is |Q';iiffVneBS tl}e plants; In Galg^ry, and trfinspprt the materials from aa sl^ort a^'dlBtance therefrom-'as,possible: This WaJT^found unsatlsfatstpry with the l{ir/e �6wer pipe ni?inuf^cturer8 in the' ^t.ftt^sVthey preferringi to locatp right a'Vj thdlr clay hedg,' he'caua^ ot the Tieavy material and finished products i!tO-handle -;;:,".The v/oo,d working buainesa of this city 4|. another souTCe;',qf support. fori livnuiphsr of people, and It will naturally Increase as building" operations, ipulttply. ' This;, ilkeii'spnie.' otMrSj' .Bhoiild' have tl^e fpll .support .of, thp �ITbqpJ* of Lethbrlflge;;, in fftct,vit ,iB the'right time now tl^at people are) talking ahout building up an industrial; ^pfr^to,aid thropghvpfttronizlng'tj^R' |)ople made prod,ucts wherever ii^pd .whenever they are'"t)ie equal of any that are imported from outside, and they, should all be as good as - any-piad6.�lsewlierp, If not ttetter." .; PRICES CANADIi^N STOCKS "Lo&don, March 3.-Following are Jh^e-adbtationg oj^.actlve Ppmlnion and municipal stocks: .. ~. . Dominion of Canada,' Oapadlan Pa-i plfip;;,:;PBUway,,;\50;yeftr!�>s^nd;; Grant hpnds, guaranteed, jL9S^,-;3^ per;cent,', ^ MantrBal, 1942, S^' J)ejf.opn;t.,'?7~0o: ij^orpnto, 1029,3^ 'pfp ^pnt,/8e *- li:x-.AId, Bo^yman, said that the most money ever paid the hospital out of current revenue in one year by the city is $1000, while the revenue of the institution is between $30,000 and $10(000. j Mr. Naismith explained that the city council controls m its own hands aU future capital expeijditure. There are no strings either on the council as to whom they shall appoint on the board,' , Aid.-Lovering stijl fought against the mqtiohv "Let them keep their liospita'l: then," he, said, "and run It as,'they', ,ple�i8B." ,;. Mr. Naismitli : '^If the executors of the estate.wished,td do so they could go out, tora'orrow-'i^nd soil the prop-' erty ; the people Would have to turn round-then and hUild'a new hospital." Aldi McN^bbv: '!l!,think under the circumstances, it would be policy to accede .the-XcqHest.-Qf ,iihe corporation, and althougji I, havq'' voted always in favor, of the, electiy^ commission, I think we should corisider the \ motion favorably.". ... Aid.^Hamilton ; . v Tils is the second accident in .the pMtye)u'. In the' other case L, R": Mlbkler; la aulng' the blty for ; jl$;OO0 -datiid^eB. The case wlil come -np 'it ihej ijext sessip of t\ie Supyeine court' in -Afay. " WILL GET P/^aVoR'' - Rev.� 0:- 'G. i^lcLauHni";-,,su^erlnt;^n-dent. of Baptist misBi9nB,'.pr^!lp^e(i;:dn the Fifth Avenue chUfch y^.^rday, and the congregation" wfiV^'-grpktly pleased. Mr. MoLaurJp iBroji!\l|e^: to secure a pastor for thg; ohnrdh'stt:^^he earliest possible moinp&( i.'wi^ cannot secure supply. J^Sjril^ext.aUp-; day, promised to come Wmselfws; I^jv. C. B. McKlnnon, th retiring, pastor; preached in Swiff Current yesterd'^y. Monarch Theatre TONIGHT 1.-^The Ship of Lions--A Sensj^- tional Animal Picture. 2.-Archie's Mistake-A Good Comedy. 3.-The Sealed Envelope- ' Beautiful Drama. 4,-The Kentucky Fued; A Thrilling Drama. Be sure tn ae� the great military drama this week; "The Man they Scorned." ] City of Lethbridge Applications ing ^he mayor ex-gp the board, making ,six on the board inf fill;: the; motion ..was passedj Aid; Lo'yering voting against. Regina is likely to see a reopening ot the iigilaliion favor ot a Sun--day capr service this summer. James- Gibbons, horn in Ireland in IS3dT has been chosen prcsldpnt ql Ed^o:(li(3a Old Timers' Association." Applications for dustrial Cominissioner will be received Iby the' undersigned until tlie 13th day of March, 19}3, Applicants will ple'f^se state qua..lifications and amount of salary requir-*^ ed. City of Lethbridge, ^ . Geo. W. Robinson, Secretary-,,Treasurei%. 'JS mm WILL JOIN N M MOVE Will Ow:n:^a4 Man was thqrqugjily', IpM, . _ er the na^yftt pr#�ra>P-/-t, !being carrigd.oyt, mCM^'';!* led that the 4ttjtrall^\,j^. ^� V Melbourne, Aus.,', Mjrgl^'3 Lord Denman, goyerAqhftgi^^r* ? B;! of Australia,,to^#^MJVfd the neiy nayal aoUfl^-ftfOgft-' ? long. " In an in^perlaV* �J(W.^. Ixird Denman ^e9lam that i^pstralla earnest over ?; now ,. 'firmed- � pie intended to Q%t,U% i ? their own w^arshlM ^i^^jj^-,} b}fry3??W^>'l'^ vm-CiH^ rSEf brought to bear "on tjjem*; . . "Trust Mapr.^th"-9�ldail infli^^ al citizen on S^Utday, "^e oan;^qgM.it | incalculable l^lf&ejlt to uoflae^.^rj^m | such a andVcui distil t will be i^Qvn'ft.J/itmket, a^ xhi LtoWn ^Ith .the 'bi^, llve^Ue.egi&tien ^Tru^t the Garden (Jtty \q^^^ represent-en �^t any meetfng of this kind  i , ,TPLEETW00D' SCHOOL %M 111** r Wr- 'Tl)rpv)gh;the genferoalty' of - Lord j atratbopnsi" c'^nadidn Cpmnjis- aip'ner;in London, the sum ^f f50p,Q00 h^scb^eR,.Invested and the ^proceeds us^'d" fo/'tlie^purpoae o| ai}fibur|�slng; the physical training of t^ie boya ^.nfl girl?'flf bap�^a. &s we!l"as file organization of'pphool cftd^t epinpqpiep.; Th?' amoun);, f^vallable fropi tjjlq fund fOji^jAyploai fraining.-'in ^^hfvti^ for.the yflfir i9lg-J|.lnuB, 'health and ca^rl^g-^;^^ pjijpl], � or;^i;lQolpj,l^Ja{|S in, eiioh mii ^ Sootatown, Mips A? 0? m Mm Seii&lnK'"ovBr,.' longer'be uplaytul "> lethbri Some time ^gp the VafW^*-! i'af J}1 qont^flMliKn b>law, which TMl ( low the rpquesl. - . fiite CQrom}Ui.eg^, thVrt%o*r^i to tYi0^5"1 .rbjl. ^rcQty 111,1 e ali9i,dy^ i8\g|.,5 pre* It. IB un' this MlSB I Klnt L Ut{';f Jj i,ian f' '\*''~i' ^nnoiion) Votb�r p^rjpdflie,. itdif pDl 1 i-r i teon ^\ Huddon 5cqtj;y^ ,tty;->?J ViSlill ' --t .thc.s,na 'n^peojgr^ DI ,n )iiic : 01 iffiaiiJ .'3,i!S'"iffdeu,-'M(pgW *DlBtri-'t l^tpieitrlptr-A, Pmi'" ni i 8751 ;