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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH J, 1911 DAILY PAOR 'SLIPT. STARNES MAKES DONA TION-VALUEO AT J200-- ENThUSIASTIC MEET- ING OF PLAYERS Mnrch The fll a puriiun ol Ihe .Mounted Police liar-. I'aois for playing purposes by i Superintendent Starnes and the put-' ling up ol a magnificent Irophy val- ucd at J200, by K. II. Maur.sell, have :KOUbrJ iu lliis srcliou cl the prov- ince an interest In cricket greater lli.in Iriat has hitherto hccn evinc- ed. Consequently annual meeting held" Insl. night was the most liattic'aud Die best allcr.dod Jlacleod cricketers iiavc ever had. pres- ent were H.-Korlrlghl. V.'. II. Atkins, It. G. ?lulhcws, Inspector llanu. K. Heap, G. M. i'ronii, II. Cl. Nipper, A: II: Aliens I': K. Knrlrighl, Knprv- intfnJcnt Sldrnes, Industrial Com- missioner MofTalt, A. Ferguson, I'.'V. Sulton, Dr. IV. W. Milton, K. (i. Kerne, .11. C. Winter. K. ]'l. (icorge.Kobni 1'attorson, M.I'.P., .1. H. Moc, R. Henccl, Kenny, Roolly Arjo, Moln, Whilfirld, Norlliwood, j. T. Uonry and W. U. Avcy. Ml.F.CTKI) tt'llh President Allen in Ihc chair, Spcrelaiy Winter presented the. fin- nnrial statement which sr.owcd ilic rtub lo be in a better stale than ever l.clbrp aftrr .wljirli Hie ofllrcrs for (lie year 'were elected as follows: Ilon- urary Presidents Snperiiilendanl Slarues ar.il K. II. Maunsell Presi- A. II. Allc.n Yirt-l'rrsiilenl II. 'Atkins; Cnplajn-ll. G. Nap- per Vicc-Caploin-ll. fi. Mslhews. J. K. Mcc ;i Ky.- t-cutivc. Committee Messrs. Mole, licorgc, Heap, Kurlrighf and Dann Urour.d Comnilllte Messrs. Mole, [Vcrnpn anil .Selection Uom- inil -Messrs. George, N'apper ar.d .Mallietss flcccplion Committee Atkins, ICurlright, -Starr.rs anil Patterson Official Scor- H. mid K: Martin. P. P. r. CANADIAN GETS LEAGUE A TURNDOWN Auburn, X.V.. Murcli The XaUonal Hoard of IlaEt- Uall Arbllrallon toJav dtnleil the application of ('auad- Ittu to be to Class D. Strikes of Inclu'Iod loilowlriF: Kred Curtli, to Kul-crlor, Frcil Nye to D'.iljuiiue; Wllllatil Lane, lo Foji'J du JPITTSBURG MILLIONAI8E AN. NOUNCED LATEST NEWS OF BASEBALL LEAGUE DOGS RUN MILES OVER ALAS- j KAN SNOW TRAIL IN HOURS Nome, Alaska, March S.-Krtd Ay- er Lnisl'.ed urst iu Ihc Solomon der- j by dog raco that was run Irnni Nome over the sr.ow Irail lo Folornoi: and I return yestfrilny. John Johncon, j r.er ol last year's derby, was i close, [tecocd ivilh his team of Sibcriai I wolves and finished two minutes atlrr Aver. I 'He five teams that catered the The- most Mlked-of pugilist In the, race started under clear skies from United Stales, lie trains on fistdns' N'olnc at 10 o'clock Ibis morning, but aud lias foiir or five battles a week. 1 a wind and SLOW alorni that readier j the proportions o! a blizzard develop 'BATTLING LEVINSKY i ed as the race and Ihe and lo V. II- AtVins for deslroyed the chances o ube of his rooius 'and his hospitalily. lowering Hie lime records of olhrr Messrs Mcc and Napper were select- fd lo represent the t'hih it Ihc meet-, ing of the Roulh Alhtrla Cricket As-! soeiatlon lo fcc liild in Maclcod GJ miles in C hours 3D minutes 4 s. Jolin's Lime last year, whlcl he record for-the course, _____., A a" iA- Allan, driving a. itim INDIVIDUAL PRICES I 01 joinlly him IL M as announced, loo, en thai prizes .weie h RICES ol Kallllulps nlvr'El! loinly'by, him o, by Sir. Al-' Mrs- C- f- Doling ol Berke giver, by 1 lfl'. .l-al.; Jay IJelzene winner ol las year's .-112-mile 'all-Alaska sv.ftp oivncd joint On a vole of (hanVs l Sl'OItT j-ivcu on motion of. Mr. Fergucson to Kuueriu- icndanl Statnrs (or giving the. club the IKB. at the barracks 'grounds, Jli. Slarnes .staled that he mudc Hie ot- lif toi-iwo reasons, viz.: to lielu iilum- cricket nril to 'induce some cl h'.s 'men io (Ate an. interest In sport hml thereby become more satisfied, thereupon nn motion ni .Mr. Mathers M thn- members of liic Mounted Po- were made honorarv members. Diiring lie course, ol 'the mreting vtjfrE of tlunkE were uassed io cx- Swretary. Winlcr br tlie. nianncr in Mliuli lie had performed his duties; to K. IK llaunscll lor the ilonlioa o( R: fK MnlhewE and i tlic K, A. Y. Realty cpmpany, the prizes to-be-three hals to lie--given for Ihc lies! balling, the hcst jieldlr.g and the hi'sl bowling, oiler Tvhic-h Dr. Mllnniii on being called upon dellvfr-l llie seasons classic dog races. M-a neal lltllc. address on uporl In! hl8 lacc' i Iv by himself and lltssell 1'ercy Ulaiclilbrd. 'K The Solomon derby is first o Th general in wlilcli he suggesicii the. es- iablisbment of a 'gymnasium, .whk-h sugicstior; was greeted Tvith ap- plauee. The new anil caps to be worn tbis year already lic.su ordered .ir.il will'he on hand in icadiness for the firsf fnolcb. CALLIES, NOTICE the Caledon- ian foolbalr.club villl be htld In Ihe Y.M.C.A. on- Friday evening at 8 o'- clock. All members and others inter- ested are requested to attend. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., LIMITED Manufacturers of the famous AL- BERTA'S PRIDE." .An ideal beverage with refreshing, invigorating and tonic properties Pure, delicious Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inirnitable. Competi- tors cannot duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only K you want the best of beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer Without a Peer" THE LETHBRiDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 I he rurt iu April. i'liieago, -March 3 I'rcsidrnl Oll- iore d Ihe Federal ITJRUC anuoui.rcd k asl thai a "riltsburjj million-; lie" liad to brcomc bacVcrj 1 the club tl.rre. Stories thai llnn-j y C. Trick of hart con- euiplattcl liki'ig an active pail tu national gdinc fave currful, It brcaint Dial 'I'oiiT Seatort, j he uitli 1'hiladfl-j hia, will-Join ll'r thlfano Ke'ltrala. I was umlprslooil Dial llrguklyn D RCt Beaton, but allolir.rnt on Ynlnrfiday liiin to Tinker's club. U round ivill be broken lor the "ederal league plaril I're- Idpui said today. The coii- ractors ivhVbifl for the privilege ol uUdlng the .kraml all agreed lo have t finlBhcd'by.'Apnl 21. Much (Usdt'poinluent was slionn by he.Federal-Icagi.? when i'l L'liristy Mathtuson nd signed a Contract ivllh the Gi- ants arid not for their cl- ot JC5.000 For three years, made oday in n telegram by President Gilmure. Maihcu'soi] v.anlrd to 'rtianagc and pilch QD tl.e llrooklyn team, but- efforts will he madr to gel Sam I'residcnl Gihciore in- inakd that" Fielder Jor.ts. fonr.rr rnanagcr ol the Chicago Americans, been made, an ofier. The Kansas Cily Kt-tleral team has Lererbaz ol Ihe St. Louis Americans, it was leained. UFcrcr.x B with tlie He is considered Ihti among the American league lolt-hantl- CTS. v BOHBARplER WELLS WON BOUT' m LONDON DindsmWniaKe onlj- lasted Imir' rouifJs with Uodbardicr Wells In their light list night. The Dombardler won over the knockout TWO INDOOR BASEBALL LEAGUES AT THE "Y" Senior and Junior Names of the Teams BIDDING FOR .WITH RAISE AND A BONU Want Sox Biseman" t Pulling Up Three-Year Contract at Increase aa PrTre Hnn Jose, CaL, MurcTi Chase o( Iho Clilcago u-aa miss- ing from his accustomed haunts today bill his. friend a ivero .reBiionslblc for the stAiL-ment that Me had receive j an offer o[ a tlircc-ycar coniract from tho l-'edora't league, Trlth rr.aUrlal raiee or salary and a LOQIJP. Cliase has UOL yet Joined the WLila ox at Paso nobles, and his friends ealcl hc mlchl not do so until the Fed- oral league terms reel. Chase did net meet the (cam when it was In San Jose. H wag learned hi Chicago yeslerdny Lliat Ihe KedcralB had Hpriroaclied Hal EC, star first bnscman'of the So.v, and it may be thai the roascn ,dn'l Joined tlie team In Paso Roblcs !g lieeauso lie's walling for an answer from (hc "outlaws." Ir.rJicallons aro j YANKEES COMMENCE TRAINING 1 wall some time, it Joe manager of (be local baa any- thing lO "We aahed Chase. T but hc ivanled, antl If I remember correci1yg he nskod for a (lirec-j'ear cootracl at a year. Then, liij wauled a bonus ot for signing, and lio .wanted o( his Miroe yeans1 salary paid him in advance. He never got an A bi; proerimme ]5 bein? mapped at the Y.M.C.A. for a series of Indoor baseball There will he two lessucs: one lo Include five le-ams, the llera'd ihc Professlonii] men, the InlernalionHl llarvcster Co. llic Hudson's Hiy Co., and the AlberUi sovernmenl and the other lo Includa the Sunday school teams. In Iho JuniJr S.S. league, learns have been lo- represent Fifth avenue Knox, Westminster and SI. Cyp'rinn's' Sunday schools. Tho Sen- ior Isague will include two testns from ICnox ar.d one each from Wesley, SI. Cyprian's ;mdMlie First Unptlsl. No schedules hive been drawn up, but the first came In Ihe Senior lea- gue will bo played on Friday niglil, and In tne Junior on Monday night. Frank Chance Puts Players Throuah First Practice Jlo-.iston, Tcvas, March N'eiv York American baECb.ilI players, under direction of Frank Chaiice, manager, began spring training here today. Chance 5aid 1m wns aMIaHed wllh Ibo rrfllmlnnrv oullooV for a gooJ this season. HOPPE DEFEATS JAP CURLING COMPETITION AT Alia., Mnrch The standln; lo date In the 'NonhvcuL Minor competition, which has nroua- nd Kiich Interest nmong tho curlers here this year, ij as follows: Tenm A. Young...... 13 Dr. BIUCG...... li J. Hnird....... 12 Fbwlor..... 12 12 SI. C. McUan 13 M. B. Gray j. cniHo....... ia A. II. SIcDonnld.. 0. Hrlgga n C. McOlwlrtcry K' K. 0. MalhowA !3 -1. A. II Dr. t'nscr VY. ilj 0 13 Good Teeth are merely a habit IT BY THE BOX of packages- It costs any nnd sLayi fresh until used Made in Canada 'Wm. WrigkyJr. enjoying the healthful WRIGLEVS SPEARMINT This beneficial enjoyment is more beneficial Ihe more you enjoy it. Every juicy slick helps preserve and brighten your teeth. If everyone enjoyed it after every meal, what wonderful teeth sturdy a pure, refreshed taste always have! Get these benefits and enjoyment regularly. Be SURE St9s Wrigley's Chew it after every meal JOHN BARLOW WILL COMMAND BRITISHERS ON AUSTRALIAN V1S1 f London, March John Bar- low, of' Iho most popular figures I Blsier, -will command the Urillsh earn ylallbs Australia immediately .fler Lho Blsley meeting this-year. Tho Australians for tho second year n succession, arn sending a team LO Jleley this July, but tho Kiuplrc tro- illy mutch takes place this year in be Commonwealth.- MACLEOD FOOTBALL CLUB Mnclobd, Alln., Mnrcli addl- Ion to Ihe lift of officers of Ihc j Macleod Foolbah club, as ptibliahed j n Tho Herald recently, j have been appointed. Patrons: May- or T. H. Sleuroan. D. J. Grler, Inspector Pennefathcr, Super- nlcndenl Slarnes, Dr. Mllburn, P. Darnclt and Judge K. T. McNeil: M. C- McLean has been chosen lion, vice- president. Fine Round of Billlird Tourney at Chicago Chicago, 111., Marcli 3. William Koppe last nlghi 'defeated Kojl Yam- aJn, 500 lo 174, In the first match of Ihc five-man 18.2 billiards (ournn- menl. The match ran ten Innings, Iloppa having n. high ruu of 136. Ynnl nda'a best InuliiE was 51. Hoppe av- erneed 50, und his opponent 193-6. Ifoppo's cleverness In nursing the balls g.ivo him a great advantage ov- er his opponent. In the, fifth Inning, when hc made 156. This gave hlrii ?23 polnlR. At this YATnniln hail only 71 points, and to overtake lloripe appeared nlmosl hopclcsr, PRACTICE TEAM BEATS THE CUP CHALLENGERS On their way cpsl the Vancouver nor.Key clnh beat UIG Victoria Icnn Slsnlcy flip -cliallcnBcrs, at l-.iT, S to O. RAYMOND TRUSTEES INTER- VIEWED MINISTER OF ED- UCATION ON IPrfPORT- AHT QUESTIONS SIX FEET OF SNOW OfJ MAIN STREET Geneva. N.V.. -March sec- tion la In the grin of the itorm thai II has experienced In many Snow In Ilia business lore is alx feet dcej. Inlerurbon trolley EerTlcfl Is badly crlnfied. Rayiiiond, March Mark Y. Crgxall, Kicld J. ft'. Evnns ol Ihc Knight Sugar com- pany, and Thomiis Cnen Xing, chair- man ol Ihr school hoard, rclurnfil on Monday evening Irom Edmonton, where. I hey last Thursday as delegates lo inlcividi- Ihe goTcrn- nifnl leaders rrjalding various mat- ters. Kirsl, Raymond wants an Ag- ricullural College, and although no appropriations .ire made for ihc year 1911, arc on the ground floor whrn the mailer Is advanced next year. II is generally adiuiltcd Ilial- llic prculiar condllions conr.ccled raising of sugar beets ami [reding Hie byproducts will warrant, the govern- ipttil. in luxating one of Ihc proposed schools h.erc. A great many patrons ol the pub- lic school asVcd the hoard lo close the school nbolit June 1, In or- der that they may hsvc the assist- ance of Mieir children'In June which is Ihc proper Ihinnlng season and ac- cordingly the milter ivas presented to the Mir.lsler of VMucalion, .uLo promised an investigation acd due concideraliun. II Is quite piohablo (hat the relief askrd tor will be cr- lendexl aUo to nlher nearby districts that aie interested in sugar lieet cul- ture. Tlio matter of rnlargitig the school district with 3 vieup ol conAOHdatlng was also taken up ar.d it is expected lh.it a rcpicsfnlalive ot tho depart- ment will come here and iaVc the mailer up with people. The delcgalcs arc highly pleased wilh their trip. They were. an audience WICLI five members of the cabinet and they cannot say too much in l.ivor of the government and the ministers o! (l.o various- dcpArl- mcnls. Tt-.cy were listened to btlcnT lively and sympalhcticaUy. They were. Ircalod with courlesy and promised consideration in CTetylhing they asV- ed for. The Kovernmeot seems (o -un- derstand fully OIK problems and arn willing lp further out interests In er- ery possible way. A meeting of (he' school board will be held nnt Wrd-. ncsday night whfo a report will b5 made. FROZEN IN BLIZZARD Hazlcton, Po., JIarr.li Bill Sweeney, n young girl, frozen to death In a elclgh, near here, While her companion, who left her lo seek help, va5 .-wandering nearby> lost In a lerj rifle blizzard, ;