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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1911 THE .LETHBRIDGE DAII-Y PAGE rrrt IT WILL OPEN BEFORE NA- TIONAL OR AMERICAN AND CONSIST OF GAMES "FEDS" WON'T STARVE Np matter what haypent to the- Federal league, no pinyer should go huusry. Ward, the York baker, backs the New York loam; Charlie Wceghmau owns ten restaurants, a baVery ami a grocery In Chi- cago: William Walker la the WE fish man in Chicago, aud Stifel of St. Iieuls Is a brewer. But tl.tuk how the [irko of Tood would rise It fall down! Chicago. March 2 Feder- al leiirue') ulajing season, which bo opened on April 13, before the N'a-1 TAYLOR HAS A PLACE llonai ana .American begin ON THE OXFORD CREW Iholr campalgoB, will Include swnes. The end of tho season, Pre- itdent dllmore nil today. Mil couio nrly In October, or about tho llrao of National end American np. "We Kill be reidy lo for 'Hie world's championship tbe second, week la said ono of tho cliVb OTvnore. Several club owners to bo in the old fold of or- Kinized baseball within a year at the Phillips of Indianapolis was- plened with the lol which mer Cinolnnxtl and Montreal second biaeman. Esmond was -wanted to fill WORLD'S- BASEBALL TOUR WAS PROFITABLE VENTURE- MADE MONEf Canaan Rs-.vir.g No. 3 With Fa- Dark Blues Now Train- ing on.Thames London. March n. Taylor, To ronto University ami Trinity College Oxford, has been awarded his blue-. Ho Is roirlni: No. 3 with the Oxford crew, DOW training at Thamcs for Iho llnlvc-rfltx boat race, to uo rtfffed from Putney to Mori- laKe on Saturday, March SS. RITCHIE SEEKS A1O N'ev.- Yort, X.Y.. March [he world's lour of Iho York aad Chicago White Sos, wiikh came to an end ut London, Eo far co petillve, baKthall li the American league i-ejireFi-uiMives won a majority of the fifty games Since Iho tour began at Cincinnati a little more four ago, forty-sli unities liavo played be- tween tho touring teams, and four 'with native teams In Javan an Australia. 'i'he White Sox won livei ly-four Balnea against the Giant! out the Indianapolis it; Neva Uilt Phillips had drawn bin! -was aS- i Chicago, 111.. March Rite-Lie. out the only definite Information that brother of the lightweight cliaiui.lou, cine from the managers' conference. himself today ro'jnuinls Mcfiraw's men uou twemy, t ended in Angtk-.i .No- vpmher and al Cairo on l-'ebniary I- I IQ the games against tlie natKe teams, tho Giants won t'.ro gaiLe and Iho Sox "won one. and a Champion In Quest of a combination o[ players from bo'h teams won the other. Of tho fifty games played, Usirly Sparring Partner The champion will arrive here to- nionoiv to training. tlon committee, and he Is confident of obtaining some of tho stars. A report lint Ed. Sweeney, catch- Kill set down fo work al Milwaukee cr for the NeV York Americans, had on -Monday.______________________ had lined'-with the Federals, gained currency today, Then Sweer-cT -asjy seen with Manager Schlalle-y ot the Buffalo Federals, Brown, ot St. ana Stovail of Kansas City. Sweeney was tuproEcd to be in the York club's training cnrnn at Tes., not later than-tomor- row. .The Buffalo cluh has nude him an offer, it was said. MATHEWSON SIGNS one v.'t-ro played in the United State Nineteen, including Iho four agalusl native teams, were abroad Hata interfered only three But Not With tbe He's Stilt a Giant :nmo3 schetluled 'before sailing for Jariau-at Abilene. Tox.; Sacramen- to, Cal., and Seattle, Wash. financially, the lo-jr lias exceeded the expeclations of Hie pronoters. It ixag ansiounccd first arranged lhat an cvcii break would be consid- ered satisfactory, but the Barnes In the Untied States brought lu almost flOO.OOO at Ihe gate. A days ego announcement was made tflat re- 'celpts were almost above ex- penses. ART plucky captain ol since the third tame of the sea THERE'S OVER IN THE SAVINGS BANKS IN LETHBRIDGE And some of the Lethbridge merchants are showing you where and why to spend it. If you have a bank account watch for the store news to know what's new and who s got it and who has confidence enough in his goods to tell you about them and to sign his name to he presents. After defeating Geo. Button by a handwme margin at Chicago .last week, Willie Hpppo" treated his van- riulfbeit opponent lo a 25-cent clsar. Some iport Willie. Marlin. Tes.. Christy Mathensoi U-..ed-wlth Ihe New York Nation- league teani, executing his I cpnlracb.Tyith Itemp- of-tlie Xew York club. Thus all. flattering offers of fbei Federal league magnates will be of no avail. Kf MCCOY MATCH GIBBONS WOULD LIKE A GRACKATCHIP IS FOOLHARDY Xc'w York, March Tho announced jiiciit thai Kid McCoy is to "lisht'.' Georges Carpentler, (he French cbam-. plon, at "arls on March 14, can infer hut ono (hlng lo the one who Jipow'a (By .1. -Corbel Kddie- out ol tunning avowed candidate lor i heaTyweight satisfied New Yorkers otf his ability, but- in Gibbons he ran across a of the game, sticklrr for. Mike what's in the boxing money under frtlEe pretences.-; r Kid McCoy -.ras one of Ihe grand- est fighters In his day. Hut as in tho case of others who slione in. their time, his Mm Is seL In nnnouncement that he was 'lo box the worst diib In the world woa'id be greeted with nothing but a roar of Poor France Is compara- tively young in the boxing game. Some of the old record hooky liavo come the wav of the snorllng-inclln- Kid McCo League at the V. M. C. A. Will Be Started Thursday Evening Physical Gilmore ex- jccts'to git the Indoor liaseball lea- !Ue" going at the "Y" by Thursday. At least half 'a dozen teams will com- pose the the schedule will run for six weeks or thereabouts. w'eek are cor.lemplat- efl, and they will be played'in the evening. fndoor baseball is of popular of the Y. M. C. A. pastimes, arid the game has. Us exclusive de- yute'es, who arc''attracteS br ft as nothing else, and for these the leagua he started too soon. STAKE MUSICAL FESTIVAL A Yards for City Are ff 4 4 STORAGE ELEVATOR RULIS f NOT -DECIDED UPON A Ottawa, Ont., March ing quMlloa hour In the yesterday, Mr. W. A. Buohan- an Inquired Trial rules would i' prevail In regard to the nandl- Ir.g of grain at Sukatoon, f- -Moose Jan- and Calgary ttr- mlnal elevators. Hon. Mr. Foster replied that '.-ff the matter had not con- v .sldered by the Grain Comrais- P aion, but would be dealt with br them before the elevators -were completed. From Front GARS LAST YEAR It is the opinion of stock mtn in the district, that the scheme, will he a success. There is more live siock in he country today than ever before, and the industry is increasing Bteacl-ly, as it has done since the sum total production oi the whole south counter was two hay racks full ol ivool, which were hauled in '88 Irom the C'ardslon district to Medicine Hat by Last yrar there was in the neighborhood oi 2500 catloads oi slock shipped from this every dar sees many .onloads joinr by this city to other points where there is a market with commission huyeis and .1 set price. S.ETT1XG TUB THiCE The establishment ol the yards as would create a Lcthblidee nrice orv all classes of live, stdct, M.I, A. OF ALBERTA STAKE HAS MANY MUSICIANS OF Cardston. Alta., March The Al-berla Stake Mutual Improvement association held .its fitet annual musical contest In the Mormon Tabernacle on Friday, February 27. singled to near one of the mosl ieenly contested programmes tbat has ever been staged in Southern Al berta. Each irard In the Stalto was represented on the programme, and also shored tbe honors. Professor Mitchell, of Raymond, acted as adjud -kator, and gave entire markets are looked upon' a being capable ol taking care of ih surplus, if any exists, and all Ihet martets, alonic-wlth the home an Calgarv and Kdmonton markets, ivil have something to say about th prices. II is oroposed to form a imall sloe in the sport. It will be just'the story a worthy: long-vacated throne.'AHister did not carry Iho "kick u And br tbe way, I believe I was ono Ws MOVIE, waded light in close and of tho orislnal Oi.hons hooters. The wouM not be domed. It was there first tirrie.I over saw Mike in McAllisters lack of experience he Impressed mo as (be neatest work- man "ol Ws size, 1 had glimpsed in many years. After watching him pol- of an old man being hnndted by n youth possessed of the strength of one who never knew dissipation. JOHNSON-MOHAN BOUT ON JUNE French Boxing Will Not Recognltt Paris Claih it Bit- tte for Championship France, March McKeltrick says that definite for a match between Jack Johnson and Frank Moran were cloaed today. The fight wfil take place at the winter velodrome June The French llo tioa will not recognize- tbe match as a fight for the world's championship, as it f that lllle fs in abeyance. Thomas' church, acted as official ac- companist. To Mr. also be- longs the lion's share of the success of the festival, he hiving spent a great deal of time 1n preparing the contestants. -One regrettable fea'.ure was evident to ail cretenl, smt was menllon of by Professor JIll- cheil in resnect to Ihe lack of Inter- est taken in contest work by our lo- cal accompanists. H Is to be hoped In the, future all tbe work will not be left for tho "willing horse." Following Is tbe last of priio win- bulletins wpuirt be issued, giving to handle the project. Ish off aneral'- lecoad-ntera 1 ad- vised him to go out alter tbe middle- weight title, and suggested Eddie Uc- (Jootty as (cHow in particular to at. t t a Ths result ol the JtcOoorty-Oibhoos conflict was disappointment to me. 'At tho weights I really thought Gib- bons would prove the winner. Minrt against him. f Gibbons is slowly taking on weight. With the increased poundage he is de- veloping more continence. Lack oi that has bfen the greatest handicap in ihc past. His best fighting weight has been in Ihe neighborhood ol' pounds, and the Idea o! giving eight pounds to the best lucn in the mid- dleweight division did nol appeal lo Mrte, at, all, at all. Hut- now he wants to fight anybody and everybody who can make ISO the lanners in the whole district something to go on when selling. The price will be set from the bidding ol the. buyers ivilh the. world's market as a basis, each buyer bidding in competition, with tlie stock in the ards, instead ot chasing all over the ountry" as at present. This alone ill save the'travelling expenses ot he buyeis, which always comes out you, I have considerable respect for rda llny.Mei so avcrs. Meaootljr's. prowess at all times, ,crs chip bccausc cieorgc is in the hut'KMe hail to make nngsidf as a ,esuu ol his tloiihle lor the bout, several pounds below ovcr KtallSj anfl it vmU fcc anything ho sliould have attempted, an lmmenst tor (jlbbons (o pul a-.d as a.bts forlcilitrc was up he m With McGoorly out of it, 1 don't ctdid tho training in his anxitlv to reduce, with llic result lhal he was several po'.wda Ulon tho nutl calleit for. flihbons nlso was ioo iisht- In Mjke's case, howsicr, it appeared to mo. more, nervousness than anything rise which accounted Inr the poor ki.ow of any lighter in the iniddle- ffctghl class whfi can heal (hat is, the (flbbons who foiight Mr- Allisler. Mike was a wotirlerlully im- jirovoil fighter (hat nnrl Ihe fs- course department alM-Some one in showing. Several limes nr. had niay f doubt [lorlunilles lo make himself a l.ero with th.i fighl fans, hut in each in-! i t stance lacked the to ,s (r lake Iho tinned that inljhl lia e j (fi b lcil.rounj hollt stamped him then and i here as the. JIcCar premier middleweight of co'.mtry. lo brlnK Gibbons' tor his miserable I (.Uabhy-OiMm.s r.ialch for. 20 .a-. slowing That the Const sometime next raso he should never have fought at '-II, lhat the pu'plic jmiges fighlers, nnl nol by excuses, allbii ar, might have tiecn" stuff. Ihe tjiMiili. -liter he gets Ihrough wills te means 1' loney to s.iys he iialc oil either or hoili, and is nol pardeular as lo rtislnnw. Mike is at- 1 at- her (he coin, and tho hest offer Ilonevcr. lo Rrl down to the pres- appeals to him. ent lime and situation, (tihhons look-! The da.V horse of II'.? bettor in Ihe McAllister lioul than liillim, Ihc Imltanaprilis hoxrr. li Ilil- ever tHorp.Aini McAllister Is ji won-. loi: is a leglliinalc iniildlcivciglit, ilcrinlly flcvei tioser anil a star many duuhl, lie inny he the molding punishment. The i.ianner injpnrly (be winner of n (iilibor.s-t'lnh- wtilch Hob o'H til (he nay oliiij-Chip series v.'ill h.ivc (o Hattlicg. the doltrinliiC the COUNT DE LE63EPS IN HIS MOTOR-SLEIGH Liculcnont Shacklclon is lo lest ttc practical rosslhllillCs of mMor trac- tion in his forthcoming expedition lo the Antarctic. Above Is a view of nn mnlor sleish, v.-hich ?hoivs what can be dons on snow by exist- ing machines. This forrn of ac-ro-sW-lmt has already reached a remarkable degree of ref'c'tton, r.nd has severa.l devotees, iiotnhly.Count Herlrnnd de sen of Ihe lamous r'rcr.chnwi of Suez Canal foini. and brother of (.'mint rte Ix-sscps. Count do Ueseps has constructed an air-propelled uia c-hlnc whlcti Is copablo ol oblalnine speed of from 15 to 60 miles an hour over the stioiv, according lo tro condlEEpn of the frozen roads. Tiie shce shaped cha.-sls is lo'broad, Da't.'.mcUil and vlhrnllon Is re iluccd lo a minimum by IJic- addition of slrrag springs, sren at tho slild of tho body.' II will he nolieeil thut tlje propeller bcnind tlie pilot Is well gin by a motol screen ns a prblecllon nRalrist nnyonc spproaching It closely snow falls wheels are (.liced on tho projecting which life the sli frcni the gvoimiT, and the'car will Uien attain speed of nearly a hundred an Sphoro, Soprano solo: Tosti's "Good-Bye" 1. Jirs. faith Young, Cardston Hrst Ward. 2. JIlES Luella Steed, Rlmball. Baes solo: "Out on the Deep" 1. A. Smith, Cardslon First Ward. 2. I. Hartley, Mountain View. Borllone solo: "Spirit of Iho Deep' 1. A. B. Cure, Cardaton First Ward. 2. Byron Jorden, Mountain Vior.-. Conlrallo and tenor iJuet: "0 Morn Ing Land" 1. Byron Jorlien and F-llia Hart ley, Mountain View. Tenor and, bnss duct: l.n. Jorden and A. Sroltti Cardclen First Ward. 2. A. B. Cure ami J. T. l-ayne CardEton Second Soprano and alto duet: "I Wonl That My Ixjve" (Menflclssobn) 1. Naomi Webster anil May Da idton. .Mountain View. Ladles' trio: "0 Dry Those Tears 'iscO Mary llanfcn, Kuby and Myrtl Aetna. Senior piano solo: "C'ttrlcenle Marchc ne 1. Mies Olenwoodville. 2. Lilly riilpps, Carilslon Second Ward. Junior piano aoio: "Alpino l.ova ilory" rricllln I-eylon, fflonwoodvllle, .nrt Nora Farrcll, Olennooovllle, n I the stock in the The British Columbia CHURCH WRECKED Jfolnes, Mareh John's Lutheran oiurch TIM paitlr oy a boiler excloelon In the, basement of Hie buildtni; Jait nieht. LacS of -water In toller to have teen Ths and United damags la about tie. Orfun solo, stnlor: "l.argo" (Han- 1, A. T. Henson, Cardslon Second Ward. Organ Junior: "'At Prayer" 1. lliihy Aolna. Piano duet: "Trot de <'avalerie' 1. -Mrs. Alia Thompson and A. T Her.ion, Cardtlon' Second U'ard, THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., LIMITED Manufacturers of the famous AL- BERTA'S PRIDE." An ideal beverage with refrething, invigorating and tonic properties Pure, jparkling, delicioui Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- tors cannot duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belong! to this beer only H you want the best of beer make jura that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer Without a Peer" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;