Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Sce4 otWiches to be 'Played Edit of the Monlh for tlie ' ' .Sttjnlfey.Ciip-;;.-. � / �. railfeE GAMKS ARE BILl^ED Aft|l*'T]?ia fYear Seven-Games > C\^M/JE5!k>']ed.for.the , - ^ yanc�>iif orl jjC;; i March 3.^ue-) bcc^s^ Stanley 'Cup hdldersshave ac-coptei'tho'teems of the PasiBc Coast Ulock^yasSociatioa tor a series ot tiiai9lieis~�ar the coast during .the :^ek Ot March 24.- It,; Victoria wins Irom :iV�ntf9Uvct at tho'capital, \,he N. Hi; :*A�'iidiampitms will  play the Island ;?eptette in .Victoria. Three Doatches will be played,, for the world's titles If ViJie teim-s split even in the first .twcT'^ftes "fhe third will be played ata^icjbbria, but if one team takes jfewtf consecutivg matches, the third Ml be.b>|ayed> on the mainland. It Itse championship matches are all iir*ytid- in -yicitoria, the Quebec team vHH ''A'ost � likely plav a gahse here (j^ainst' an all^ter team. - This year ottly three matches vdM .lie played, jftit^^e^t'.y^ar knd thereafter there 'iyijl ^e, "seven games ^�>"r the title. The "'6hecf'tean is-iiohedtiledto leave for >#to4it-on March 17.. ' - s^|H29^^P|m THE WnWER6ibFl>HEjUMn5A^ ?MkfM&k'BOm:i TO BE HELD HERE dN M ^^tCfllZ ^^inatws-^ree Glasses, BaptaitC Ligfit atici Midtllewejglit ;-;^?i^a:Af>iij,; Gold Cliff; Links! anid Silver ^oparig Prizfes. ^Something unique in wfnnectioal-with tl)e "fifteemroundilbout/here ^.on th4 lim orMarch;;betweeti-.Tnd-Vo5ley. and Ah Sneign; will btf- stftged. "Mana^eVo^llson.TOf the.Majestic Th^ti'^ isr-golng to-put up three good rptlsS6?> tor/ithree novice preliWlnary ibouts.^ The . weights'are:' 'El&ntaiii, -pounde;'' itghtwetgW I'he ::^JnSer of the; bantam, class will: receive a. sodld gold tie plnf tliii ? Ught-welght.wipner will receive a solid gold set of cttff .Hpke.and -the winner of the;middleweight class will j*ecetve a.solid silver .cup^ , - i,Xhe. diftWlsiiR^c^^ fiputs bavoJVet to he'AM^nged. but. hmay:ni to' France for breeding purpoBPS th ^ E^ench .Minister of Ag-rlciUun at thc,;reQaeot-of the'Stsi^L look Commi sston; Jias decided tliatiin futur^mo st^Ulon'oi>sblaod,;!mar& shall^ be luecnbcd in the French, stnd book; unlesR 41 least'ei^ht puocessive gen-enttiona of its anoBBtors^^were bom^ COPST.TAI-'KING SOCCER Ready to Affiliate, With New Dominion vBody .iJIpntreal. Marfeh.Jt -Pr�^dent Fre'd Barte * ��^~*'v.~" no Boria 'ovec HOCKEY SITUATION IN THE PROVINCE ^ :B^4PrriABLY,C0NDlTI0N^J^^^^^^ TpbervGoQksi are Suspended and Shermans Ofdfei'ed to Play Es-' kimos,' bu^ They Have Reiused to Do Si>4Charges are Made 4; sAgamsJ sDeacoii White's Mfcn-No Ghalleriging for ^ilajtr . Cup-eSherman*s May Get the Championship. Oii^lSjp^tk{gaIn;i!^\isp and xsnargea uuve oBiplJ^psg^EEpsldfent Peaf^onyo^^ the'Slternmns bo*j5slJiye absolutely refuaedto-d so, stating that they will rdlehandrathei- hdtt*(|?(*tO.thbdottheni city. ...... ..^........ ...... - ........ i'aSf: niuas ^�bad"^e,;lii8::week!s affair is far worse.  Des-I>l�i|Ai^seWK^ Uoyd Cook did not play ??a^Vi^*V-^�T^.Ae*�� yeai". it has now been shown that he did-so, and V ^ - ff'Sl*"'"*'* admitted to President Pearson the truth of that charge. \ -:PreBld(9ift Pearson ha:s accordingly suspended the Taber team pending an, WytoUg^ttpnirwhllev A; 'B.'.Gook has countered with profcisalonal Cbaries' tsaJnsfe^6-;:BBWpo?sln .ent PjBarwfehas be Aiii^PiAaspa^tlnrhy Dfiacon^^^W^ boys kne*-th"at-a?li6mbi ^on, 3�a? .8,,'liM/eiS8lonaU',. ......' yT.................-^.^..........., V- >..... ' ^tMOon is a.^ any iway you look at it and-there now 'seeme aJlgJ'f ^li.^o chance of;an Alberta teain challenging for tffe AJlan cub: thJa season^ . ' , �> ' , ^ ' 'J|eae6tfjWnlte, the moaf-notorid In-Alberta'ei!i}t)looks;;a8iif.;the 'AiAJELA.ja6t a; =preoedeiltOiiiitliitfHiaattB^^ thatithe Al]5"erfe'.champIonsUin w?n be'awarded to tlie Shermans^-'5- ..... jiSan AntoniOi Texas, March 3.. r-? Charles C. Garr, manager of the Kansas City American association baseball club, will open a real genu-^ itc baseball school or college here next wiiiter, where the finer points 9(^5 the great American game arctaughib for a stipulated tuition fee. "Pour hundred acres, on AVhich twenf ty diamonds will be laid but,> haVii been obtained. In addition .*to. � tlip; school feature it i.s proposfed ;to esr tablish a national training ground for. the clubs of; the two major^leasues.�S Prexy! Oarr is enthusiastic oveti the. prospects,; and expects the.entoilmient to he at least five hundred;^ the ftrat year, whifth;;wiU run, through �thev winter Season and be divided' .iutci: three terms or semesters. ' Cjtrr- ex^r pects to open the first session with six ii^tructors, who are ilamftus tor^ their skillvjind. superiority in- vajrious departments .p! the game. ' The schtrol^Ssexpected torberespeo:-ially popular as a- preparatory, instt-f-tution lorithe major leagues, '.Big league;' niagnates: jt is beUevedv,; wlUj fio eager to semr Carr the .scores ivot enfljryo'Stars; that are anuu8^1Iy,dr3f1ri^, ed from the minors. These yquugsiors Jiot only will; be instructed in'theiflh-er points of the gdmo and given-lesr" sons oh-:inside;;baseball, �b'ut'theirperformances;'^iU, be carefully Svatchedi^ In this'tmanner the youngstfets-.. will rccoivev"'b^t^r opportunities,to .-make good than'they have had'ir the past.' The,: baseball''school is ah^:original ideaswltht-Carr. ;irt first;^nteredri'^Ms head ;virhe.n, he managed the Indvanapo" lis - American - association 'champions; in 1908 and brought out Ruhe Mar-quard' and Owiiie Bush. IWhad annually been' besieged by yoUngpliyfers who wished'to:^jdm, his teamsT'in' jjlie-spring, ,_paying their own expenses, for' the eiqserience they would get. The school Jidda! was the natural - se-qllence. . �.i,--:� :;>�;;;-.i;"';^,.'^-%! The new sohodl-'rai-'^y 'Iboalied opposite.the V'Sati^^vISse miVsioti,- Jhff moht famous * o'E ' all these 'hifetoViff Catholic xtilhs \t'ith "the exception' of Alamo, in-ithe heift'o'l tlfe: iaty. ' . �'. ..ilife,,...,.... ..^yJX.^?- :' l^^,^ BAYLEYMJREJtLY SIGNED ftjpi BOOT JACK HUNTER 1 Captain and coverpoint of the victor-toUif Toronto team which licl letter 4a fsA by Thomas R�id on ^behalf of the Vkn'touver and District Senior Ama-Jaqr Fbotball'League wblch is con-Bldared Utt! principal tOofbaU b^li^nS X�si, part oMARQUARD V* . -- Tohii M( 4iad beard^fj^r^nii^ world h champidnslifpB'' '^'be'n ".....;''"--'^'aa>'eard'flf o ? ^ o ? ' . ; trijphy, is as follows:>:� ^Germany,vs. France. , ,> pleted 'by 'June 2?l,^tile -second- > y ienge round ^^11- be played, od, ? July 25-28. ^ � ' ? i. � . ify ? o ? ? ? > ^ ?*� ? ? ? * 4 �: Dominion Titie aha''$i;o60 Side ' Bet Hang fttt'Result of the Gontest Vancouver, March f.-Joe Bayley, lightweight champion  of , Canada, will have a real' flght-'on his hands in a few -weeks' time,- it' arrangements now under way go'.Ijbrough.'to completion; George Sjbiili'ngi-^managor'ot Charlie Reilly,. -the ."San JFranciscb lightweight,.-was jiiapupliplli^iHiQr^ A team ot local >|f6wlers took ad-1 yesterday Bayle5f-,and,lvrorris Con-vanta\e of the change/in the train don, Bayley's mffliaser, came to an iSf-o? the Ca4n6*y line and apeement by w^^^^^^^^ ' ;;;cA8'n;;qe,en|.ng'js APRIL 1 'linTrncIsco ^ Venice ^-^ iVRwUces Vernon J�atiH5iBC0,.'March 3.-The play-MB^'of'the.Paclfio Coast-lea-.sf^^ced today by Presi-� ' ' s-'&Mif^i^Bmca^' Opening day is fs^^i'r.Jj-Portland play 1 ogJat jli6l�co,'^;Venice (formerly Ver^ atsLo^VAngeles and Oakland at .mentoV'^The fill aeason will be jeSsf cl'0iturgrsunday, Ootobei-; 26i .i�f,.,*if\ri:r''--;- .^^.,.>,>'-iPoor Timber ^^^^oma!a.i& the v,me and man la the slurdy oakv Have you a sturdy oak to �fillnjg^a?" ' .%"Na^" answered the washwoman, 'inJy .sturdy oai turned out to be a P^;oy;8t);B^;"T:;^Pltt8burg POSt. > ,,_____________; .Carrtiangay-......... journeyed' to Barons last evening, leaving here at76>'o'clock, playing the-Baron% team ^d then returning on the midnight f'ftyeEl'; ,1)/ .the same route ' , The Lethbridge tefim came out seo- ly meet m a iifteen-jound bout either at Prince Rupertior'Medicine Hat in about vthrec weeks'-, itime.'-,-^ >- ^ Wires w(?re-immediately .""sent to, these two places and whScheyer, makes the best proposition"Wp.'^Tbt, "Course, made "a "stiillar conip-ba^V 'Vlth 12-1 to the good. The'visitors .were high-again in the'final go, hwt -they were not successful in making good tneir fall in the middle gamq. that has been^staged^Jn-'C^s^ijadat in a long while. Reillr cao�'ot-"'he'JooSipd upon otherwise thEuTas a dangerous challenger- for B^y.ley,*^ tittej 'S,>Ie "is fast and clever a!idi'';hjs' career,^ In the ring includes ep^uuters, Syith tlie thrpUghaut, but;;only [five;.took part ipl each game, (jthe; lows' Man in each encounter dropping *;out .nin>favor -of :the man on tKe- bench.c :6aj:ons operated by the sapie-system, Jhn'fc they; used seven men. The scores ; � !: V . -LETHBRIDGE �-:".v;;..vl;.;.;.. ;^2 G. Moore ... Seldenbecher Davies ...... Hennnring ... J.* Moore".,. y. jSvans ... 144 191 lS8 '- 178 102' leo '116 'm 3 T'l. 177-^512 153-291 -380 174-450 164-322 167-455 Moore Scott ... Le^le, welsh ... Hatfield "...r.. Moore ... McKaysji;; � ,774.701 838 2310 bAbons; '� " ...... 108.^-^ ,-1-108 ..... 160'138 212-r:510 109. 147 172-428 140 156 150rr446 201"-^201' 202 i8'3 140-526 chie, the chatnpion.':,;^ ^ . ,, Stirling without" nesitation* agreed to' meet Condon's dejrjand' for a $1000 .side bet, and the"monfy .witl,he post-e'd w.ith a prom(Dept' local sportsman.' ' r " *' iVIONTANA PASSES FIGHT bill vr>' r:f 719 ,'825 .;796 2.340 CRANBROOK' WIlrl/j'^EE. COLOflED' ^FlGyTE|lS -SpX C^r^nWdAk, Jjaroh i.-^l flftaei^ round ,'boitiflg ^oxt^i^ttt WJIL be-;ipUl|Led' off,in thi8'clty on March'28, vftetweet; House Favorable to,tholVIea8u>;e Legalizing Twelve-Rdund/.Bpu'ts., -Under Stati rSupervIsion , Helena, Mont., '^liA.r^'h 3"-r-The'House qf the Montana JJeglslature pad'aed' a �bill legalizing twelv^'toimd Jftoxlng-iex-hlbltloDB under s^atp BupervJSion, vTen per dent ot the .I>"o5^jof0c?,-rfceipts ja to go to the Stdte; ,*''\'v ,, ', > ? ? ?�. *'?^Lf,*J't..*;t.:'^' BART ' WidferfAM .rfORT ' .J, ' . w London, ]yia*ch".v4,-^:Bart-summons in a suit tor divorce-.wlienMie'arrives here Marchi Mr5;:.'l5rfelson.i..deitfd^ that she wants to bo free., It, wa.s repdricd. alter the wedding .that .lijit's- wife'' dubbed his kingdom ;of iMeeeSvrlsqh;. IlLi "a'-liisease," knd -thati:Sha*;jetused;,'to . live there. That is' Beli&vett to have been the, flrst.T|tt-ihfthelute, sind the fighter's persistciico^in' fining ring engagements IS supppsed to;,Kave'finally brought the suifr^lor. freedofn...... SfANDg' bY 'HIS'DAUCJHTBR ' Poftlandv- ore., March 3.-The ' utr port.frdmciPeAver*that his daughter, MrSi.^_-Biit^UhgvrNelson', -lormorly Fay Kin^�*.tbe;cattDoji{Bt,* intended to sue the .iorinor;''Ught\v;eight _ champion for a divorce,"was -not^ news .to her 'ta-ther,;/Ja6k'Kingi;;�j� this city. '; "Pay-toi'd 'tts-,. 'yi;hen' she came home that when shfr.lstf Denver with Nelson it Was understood-that they wcr^ to come'itd;Portland td;see us about the marfikgc,'Wa,td-King., .'lOne hour after :getline;'.oh" the train she dis^. covered ,tliat-4Koyr^'wore ,not on .their way to P&rbland,. tiiit to Chicago. Then wheii"'th'ey "ijrrived at Chicago she stilli i^eftispd' to vmarry :fTelsonj' de-clariiig:41iat she,didi not'love toinn, biit'Ke!~cfledydh'(fv;thrcitened to IclU hiniself^ and!''ier,v4p�ttiear[ul of the worsir'vsfi^v^jfseht'efl^.'td . the ceremony; \ ^' -; ' " ' Vf^ay'^heVer^^loveci'Nelson and never intended',' tj>/ffliirrtfUiGrtj(ibut there she was.i a yoari4;-gi?l'0ir a'' strange city witji *i:-1iaU-^^raic?d^-1^14 imploring her; to.mSrty/iWrtjij.;".;^Iff'';' her trouble 1 she took.'wh^t appeajceil to be the easiest; oburs||' and � toafri^^/bim LACROSSE"-TEi\lVI TOR EUROP^ Vancpuv�rjV"jlfii'fdh'',3^ Vancouver;; A:'-iV-.v?'l�^ro88e'teamj- Mann - Oup holdeVB.-exp.ecii ,to;,leave here for; a-trip:*Q�'ifaft:aQld. fioijHitry-.about^ tlis middle '^t''Aygustv-:.'-CE^iey are;asking the Mann .ptipf.-tftfltde^- what would bo-dona,Hn,;^fhW'^yeiH of-ichallenges fori the frop%? fluriiSgjIhelT'ab8ehce.-�?rheyi wlslt* to'*.l^old Jhem fa .abeyance until. thelpLreturn from'the" tour. E�kiV*s6r >r|oB8 , No, 1 NortWrn',,./...*^......,.!,.,../ No. 2 Northern ............. Uo. 3;N'otthi�n. ,^,,i...,...........J, No. 4 .....,;,;..i...,yi;....,....I....�..��..�. No. 5' ........i........ No. J Albettaf lied ........ No. 2 Alherti. H,(!d58 63 49 TUESDAY'S * GRAIN , PRICES , Winnipeg, ,Man. .March -A .-^The' 'jjr&itt markets today-vvaere: m4, V?hent-v >. May .....- .......'.... Inly .....;.............. Oct. .............. Oats-  Ma.v .....i "4.,, Jul}' ;...,...'., ,.., Flax-- ;�:��.;;. ;; ; . -�^ 'Open Cltis$ 87^ 87� '8*1;^ SB 35 S 3Bi m Mav July Cash Prices i.m l.fSj Wheat- i No 1 Nor.................... No, 2 Nor...........\...... No 3 Nor................... No. 4 ........................". No. 5,...............-........... No. C ........................... Peed ..........;...',.....;,...;..;... Winter Wheat-No: 1 No. 2......................., No. 3 ............................. No, 4 ............................ Oats-No. 2 c. w, ...........:.. No, 3 C. W..............,,/ Ex: No.. 1 Feed ..,.,..,.,* No.' I Feed ......... No. 2 Feed ......'............. Barlev- � No. 3........................... No", 4 ..............'............ Rejected: ...;...,,,.,.J.......... Feed ..............................., Flax-No. 1 N. W. C............. - Minneapolis. May .................. ,-.". July..................'......... Sept....................... Chicago May ....., ........, July Sept.....................: ..,� 86* 88* 88i 913. 89| 1.13 l.l'4i 84fe .m 70 ' 8G 80 34^, 29*; 30/ 2ft*;, 27 - Ai'h' 40 39 - \ > 1.09^ 87# 87it';, 89* kling' AT lXsT' SiGISiS'' " Former Ciib'Cat'cher and-Late-{Manager of Bocton Tiam tS' Play -With-Cincinnati'-   ' _i ' ' ^ -  Cincinnati,'''Ohio, March 3.-John''! Kling, fornier.Cub catcher.'Jind later^J manager of the Boatbii^-^NattdnaJs. '� -signed a Cincinnati,Red vcontract to- day. President Herrhiinn * made the^ . announcement .late this 'evening, anfi �iHlle 'the ahiBunI?' ':gaferSr�raV�lVli^ \Vas'not stated,' It Is'undeit/Stood thSt Kllng will recolv6 a large sum for^ his'' E�TVices. ' ' - ' ' I ... ^ ,y^h2{.t is the differience betvi^een ( Semi-ready Taibring, an4 I. ' \retail Custom Tailorw^?.. /; '^r)' 'tT7E claim and proye.that the B'est^pf'.tbe^., ';- '' ' W differencfe lies with Semi-ready Tailoriiig..Vs' Th^X; we excel because specialized work m^kcf, ,' ^t]h.4 worker nxbr.e expert in digital skill. ^ 'T.;ir"* ^'Bui the .greater advantage is in B.etter serviced TW Retail ' .When* you go to a 'retail tailor'yoiu', pick-qtjt H ' ' ,  '.yoiir-cloth; then- I\e ttieasures you; tells you to \ coi^e in a week ox ten days 'hence and have " ' a try-ori; he marks.' the changes and yoiiVait g',' few mote days lor a finish. ''' '. - V-' ^^in^P and'^' cas;|i. ''.Other .diflFere'nces ' could T^^K" ".V cited. "Whicli. dayou ^^refer?' Your money and f'^'.j ''Vy3pr tjme savedfeert'f'.lnjy. ' \ ;