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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAKCK 3, 1914 THE BRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE FIVE FIRST OAME LEAGUE OPENS TOMOR. ROW NIGHT TUoe.divisions are now included In tbe indoor iiasehill combination which is being launched at I lie V. SI. C. A.'The first Is knosvn os the'TitT. the second as the "Senior Sunday School aud the third the "Junior Sunday School liaion." The. first game'is scheduled Icr to- r.ighl'iii the Senior Sunday Keliool Division, Knot U and Kt. Cyprian's ioniitig together. 1 Tomorrow sljlii' ilis division uptns, Ihe Herald and I. 11. C. being TI IK ME'OF SIX NATIONS MAKE DRAW FOR GAMES IN UNITED STATES THIS SUMMER N'rw York, March Ihe sis nation') challenging tho L'nlt- eil Slates for the Davis international lawn tennis cuyj was made today by It. chairman ol the 'Amer- ican committee, assisted by G-. T. Adoc. Germany and l-'rance in the first round. -Australasia and i C.'anada were coupled on the brackets' of the first round in the top hall, and the Hritish Isles and Helgium ;werei drawn against e'ach olher in the low- er, half. Germany will myl the wiu- MATT WELLS HANDS BRONSON A 8AD DEATING American's Seconds Tost the Towel in Ring at End of tho Seventh Sydney. N.S.W.. March, Matt IVtlls, tho former iljiht- weight cttaniptoii of Kus'and, Amerk-an welterweight, at the Stadium on Saturday iilgM.' It was Wells' first ff ac a welterweight, aud he ail-. ministered severe imulslitneut to the American, the biter's Kecomls tossing the towel into the ring in the seventh, round of a twenty-ro'-md contest. 't the principals of the occasion. j ner of the Australasia-Canada match- The junior division doesn't open un- es, and France Will meet the success- til nest March 10, when Kt. ful nation of the Hrilish Isles-Bel- gium series. Wrenn expressed, the. belief iliat at least four of the nations would be en- in the cup competitions on il.c courts of this country. Canada and Match I.II.C. Australasia are CTlafn to meet here, Cyprian's and Westminster try con- clusions. liere arc schedules INDOOR BASKDALI. ASKS FORTUNE TO SIGN WITH FEDS March' 3-HUdson's Day vs. "the winner-of-this match Men. I P'ay the Germans' here also. San Jose, Cal.. March 4. Hal Chase, first baseman of the Chicago White 3ov. confirmed the report that he Is dickering with ihe Federal lea- gue. Chase said he was to name liig own terms, and that bo replied ivltli a demand of for three years and a bonus to sign. RETURN OF PITCHER BLANDING TO AMERICANS MAY START SOMETHING Tclc- March is. phone. Marcii vs. llusioess Tvlarch vs. Telephone. Marcii vs. Hudson's liay. vs. Business Men. Auril vs. Hudson's Bay. SliN'lOfi SOKDAY SCHOOL BASE- nAu, SUIIBDUI.K .Mlrcti. 1) vs. St. Cvpiian's. flislcy" vs. Hapiist. Match A vs. SI. Cyprian's. Knox Uaptisl. Match" ij-iKnbt' A Baptists March 2C-Knox II vs.- Weslty: .Knwc. 'April; .'Ktipx''A.-vs.-'Kpps JUNIOR' -_ CHIEF .OF Maich Herald vs. Telephone. I I'rolably all the nations in the low- 1 Mai'ch 16-l.II.C. vs. Hminess Men. :r half of the draw1, it was thought, would decide to play their matches :BILL in Europe. (Alp the team of the suc- cessful nation in the lower half would visit this country .for the final, which 0( tno Federals umpire staff hy Pre- would decide the Chicago, March 4. Tr.j greatest war ol tiasebalt history was threat- ened by 1'residcnt Gihnore ol Federal league today, as the result- o! reports that the American and N'a- .tional leagues were proselyting among the Federal players. News that IJiar.ding had re- [Olned the Cleveland Americans aiter having signed a Federal contract, forced President Gilir.ore to take ac- tio'n. Dlanding, KilliTer, Williams and Uaumgardner are players who the Federals claimed have violated ionfracls with 'the cew league. "If our contrac-ts arc no good, their contracts are no and a player eBn disregard, a contract wilh a club In organized "_hai: as easily- as he can Durs, said -Mr1. (Jilmore. "Therefore, if the' American league. clubs'are'tryKj: to tale our 'meii.away Iroby us. will take theirs away.1' have unlimited rash, aod the united. support, of all our club own- FEDERAL LEAGUE UMPIRES jers and hackers. We can bid as high Bill Brtnnan appointed chit-r for players as anyhody. ,._ sidenl Gilmoro today. DEATH ENDS IN AN ATTEMPT TO SWIM THE HARBOR AT SEATTLE Richard Cavill 'Australian Swimmer Who Clilm'ed To 'Be Originator of Crawl Stroke Practically. FroTeh to.Death in Cold .Seattle, Cavill, the Australian swimmer who.was the to swim Golden Gate- at March.10-Bt: West ".VVesiey vs. 5th Ave. was recol ,_ nized as the ihimpios sn-ittimer i- Jlarch I.-Knox vs. St. Cyprian's. [roln isp-i to rlicS o llaptist vs. March Cyprian's vs. 5th Ave. Baptists. .Match vs. Westminster. ICnos. VF.. 5lh 'Ave. Bap- tisls. April vs. St. Cypiian's. KnoX'VS. Westminster. JACK BLACKBURN TO .MEET SAM LANGFORD Sow York, X.T., Jltrch the time In six years, Jack Imrii, the colored fighter, who was reconliy released'from prison, will en- tor the ring here ntSt month, lie, Is matched wltii Sam I.angford for a ten round botn: exhaustion yesterday soon' a'tcr he had hern'laten froni-tfio yalet aftci an unsuccessful attempt twijjt Seattle harbor; a distance of three miles. played loir willi our rivals. We gave up. Cole, despite. Ifis having signed with the Chicago club, vyhen ive believed that the. rotirts would have given him to We' sltncd Killifer and Blanding in Bobd faith, and advar.ced money to Negotiations were, begun, it _ was said, hetivecn President Gihnore I and ftay Collins, the Hostori Amerl- those in ihe roiyboat saiv'[ can pitcher; whom Ciilmoie wants. him quit the powerful sirpke Dick Kgan, life. Cincinnati player, U which he liad hftn sniinininK learnej.'tgday, is the- eighth of lapse' into a gcntfc. "paddle as if 'rest- the sought hj the Fed- ing. When the. .Ijoalnien rowtjo" to'hini, erais. .iV.j Cavill grasped'lhe glinwale :and .then I became unconscious. He ivas picked BETTING' up and'" to the 'launch, where, COMPLIMENT ENTEIMMEflT i The Red Cross Drug Book Co. have purchased the Bijou Theatre for Monday afternoon next, March 9th and are tendering all the PUPILS OF THE CITY SCHOOLS a Complimentary Entertainment and will show the Western picture "Arizona." We invite all Boys and Girls of the City to call at our store and get a FREE TICKET PICTURES SHOWN FROM 2.30 TO 5.00 ENGLISH RACES medical1 attention was given he died" without 'regaining .conscious1 ness. l." 7 "FROZEN TO DF.ATH t The physician ..who attendeil ..him snid the swimmer was. -Jroz- rn to 'lealh. .His skin was like ice, Carill started from. the side of tho'bay and ivas toward a pier at. the foot of street on-llie central waterlront. The water cold and a fctrong uind and ad- verse currents tooli lifin out of his course so that he- swam Mully. tour miles during thi huitr and ten min- utes he was In: (he Water. lie was lolioivcd by a launch and a rdwbont which sfoml by to givo KSFjislance. 1 COLLAI'JSES AT.I'INISH When he. was only 500 yards from the finish, where a large ciowd had THE LETHBR1DGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., LIMITED Manufacturers of the famous AL- BERTA'S PRIDE." An ideal beverage with refreshing, invigorating and tonic properties Pure, sparkling, delicious Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- tors cannot duplicate1 the delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only If 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 Prices Now- Belflcl Quote-i on Lincoln- 'I shire Handicap and' Grand." Na-': tlonal steepiechasc. Is the latest ]m ;the. Linpolrishire .'Iho first .blc race .of the heart stopped, the .temperature .'of the water was 40 degrees above 7ero. Cavill ivas 31 years of age. flcwas born in Australia, and during- the. last five, years had madu his homo at Portland, Ore. He held fHly-six med- als for life saving and had established 'many, swimming records. One.of his noted feats on the Pacific coast was swimming the Tillamo.ik, with liis hands and fpet tied.- Ho claimed to ho the. originator ol "crawl" stroke in the 1M to fi'agst lion Bon Rose; IQi) to 7 agjt Aldegonii; 20 to 1 agst Media- to 1 agst-Shori Grass. For; the Grand National Steeple- chase, run at Aintrao, near Liverpool, over a dlslancn four miles S65 yards, on Friday, 27, the fol- lowing figure most actively in [he betting: .Lnlleur HI. at 100 to 13 ngst, and Wavelet at 20 to 1 agst. iVorks and Properly Uncluding scavenging) Department 'ollce Dejiartment Children's Shelter Publicity..; Assessment.-ami'Building' loFpectlon Department 3oard of Iliallh........................... Street Railway, Grants ............'.................10.000.00 SOUTH SIDE ATHLETES WON IN COMPETITION WITH NORTH SIDE VanquUhed 'Gave the Victors Close Run Variety of Gymnasium Turnt Kepi Crowd InlerWteJ The. gymnastic cbmpc-titipn at- the Y.M.C.A. last evening hclweM N'orth l.etlibtidsc and the V.M.C.A. brought out Some remarkable gymnastic tal- ent. The. work ilone on the horizontal bar, horse and parallels was exxep- executed, the'vvoit ol KIddas and Vpn Marion for .Vorth I.ethbridjc, and .McKen7ie ami Har- ris ot the V.M.C.A., deserving spe- cial mention. The judfrr'j, Dr. Rltnarl and K.- B. Hoss, had-a dimcult time, in the iinlgins as will he seen by the close- ness of the scores. V. M. A. A......................... North Lclhhriilgc Y. M. C. A.'hujority 1727 1677 SO The junior hoys played a Eame of TINKER HAS..' FAST BUNCH OF PLAYERS it is to (dtdi a Iji-y'when you to sice him a crack' over the hack with a punching bag. Oorgf, Mc'fillop and Albert Pfn- dle gave a cood ethibEtion'of wrest- ling. !n the iiis-oi-war Ihe Y. M. C. A. toys defeated Ihe North team niter three minutes of hard ni.illlnz. U Is Jiopcd thnt Ihese comprlitiotis can he kept up nnd Ilic Irier.dly riral- ry will bring out more cqnlcstanls the nrxt time. A good crowd was in attendance Ijst night. Jackton of Morthwestem League Basestealer of a Heavy Hitter ind Two Other Chicago, lil., March line-up of the Chicago Federals, first to be given out, was announced today by Manager Tinker. Tinker said he was satisfied.that the.team will bo a pen- nant contender, as he has four swift men: Jackson, who led the North- western league in- stolen .bases last year; Cad Coles, who led the N'ew York Slntc league batters, and stole 23 bases; Mox'KIAck, who hit an erago of .352, and stole 12 bases In the Three I league, and John Mmicle, a ten-second man, tvho pfaycd the University of Minnesota team last lason. Ad TlrCnnan find Claude Ifcndrh will do iho heary work of the pilch Ing staff. The Chlcagoteam did not set Seaton, thoagh. he will go Eoull Later, he will Join Brooklyn. The French government received.a check by an adverse vote of HO !o 131 In the senate on 1U income tax 2 for 25 cents ARROW RED CROSS ORUG AND BOOK CD. You don't Have to buy anything, gitnply call after school and get a ticket. You are our guests. Open to all boys and girls, ESTIMATED TAX RATE SCARES COUNCIL From Front Pagel Statement Showing Estimated Tax Rate for 1914 Kslimatert 1914 32.CS7.75 Actual lt'15 3 3, 35 3. 5 fi 1 3.f50.35 7.592..J2 BIG MEN AT. CONGRE'SS Ottawa, (Int., Marcii Horden, jilr Wilfrid Laurier, and Con; (roller rareiii of Oitdna aadressed lhe Social Service Congress at Otta- wa last night. Over one thousand delegates are present .from all parts of Canada. -ess: Licences; etc.................... Add: 11 per cent, to cover discount..... 1C Mills........................ Debenture payments................... Add: H per cent. Io covor discount...... J249.I2M2 S.5 Public Separate Schoil Add: 11 ncr-cent. to eoier discount............ 1J.536.00 BRITISH ARE London, March policy, of the United States towards -Mexico, occupied a lulling place In tile edi- torial co'unms of the EufllBh. papers today, S mills Taxable Assessment 1914 Separate school City J17.002.100.00 Public school ALLAN CUP MATCHES Kenon.TJiittlei.WJll bt First Team To Play. Monarchj Holders of the.Mug .Man., March Monarchs will make their first de- fence of the Allan Cuti on Saturday or -Mondu'i when the Kenora Tlilsllcs will have a chauco to lift the mug. Trustee.N'orthey wants the opening game to be started on Saturday night, but IherMonarch'a prefer Monday. DC- finite action will likely be taken to- day as to the orentn-r fixture. Tlio Kdhionlon-Hestna rnatch will bo net In line, and Grand Mere, of the lutcr-provlnclal, will follow BUSY DAYS FOR LINEMEN New York, March of the telephone- find telegraph com- panies loU.iy gave, out some Incom- plete estimates of the damage caused by the storm. In Queen's, one of the outlying r.oroligha of Orenter New York, tele-phones were rait out of service. In N'CK Jersey. tele- phone, poles wcnl down, rendering OOu Instruments tueless. Thn New Telephone Co. cslltnalo Its lose at The Western t'nion Teelgrapti Co. said several days ivould he required to repair the damase to Its wires. In Morf Jorsoy alone, 1500 linemen were fct work today. Ready-Made Farm Policy (Continued Irom Front To thlnfc of arranging for your friends and -relations In The Old Country- Tvhom you expect io bring out In the You can secure their tlcVeta hero anl all arrangements will he made for their fonvardlQE by THE DONALDSON LINE For Information, apply to any steamship or way agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Miin Street, Winnipeg The fuprtmt tnrlll and tlon ol en- joyment ol tilB Vluxurloui iur- rQundlnrs, so And cheerEuC Iff doubly RppreolMtd coinfcrt It MCUTML C :'t' THE OLD RELIABLE The matter has been taken up with A, K. Humphries, who looks upon the scheme- as a very fea.sihl5.one. He states th.it it would greatly relieve the department, which Is olten placed in positions where they are to know where (o immigrants who have been regard-. ing the west, and .who. Conic out with j the assurnncc (hat they will strike work upon their arrival. it is likely that, the department, the conipany will "rohlf 'to' some agreement conrcrnlnR Ihe Ss it is looked upon a.T bcm? of mutual advantage. The 'ol Trads is also Interested in the schemo and It is prohahlo that (ills Mtion will offer its co-operation. CAPTAIN INCH HONORED llallfat, N.S., March steam- er Prlncipello, five daya overdue, ar- rived hero early Uils. .morning, ivtth Cai'laln Inch ol Vplturno farno on hoard. She met u-eather and some hut no damage, this after- noon Captain Inch was presented at the city council chambers with a handsome, silver cutt In anprcelaLioii of his bravery In Ihe disaster la tho i VoltitrnO, n-hcn sh6 tvas bound to Ifax. tSTAl------------------- hu in enrUbli rKOrd, (irn- by Iti lonf uptiitto iod malnltlr.'J by nui ftffcment Yon WwUd Do CMMtS fs tXMLtt Ti4 THE CUNARD CANADIAN SERVICE which, wllh MijKj iVccoramcd4- tlon. offers tor your lafeil, atid cjrtrlnr cliUM (Uf u4 third VorK, "AuVrnifo'TrrC MfdlurrAiiAnn, Adrfsllc. Ing the ftJtLeaL "LuiIItnU" itjd Xosr tot Oat M DeEailj of falllnzj end Interest Incr, Jll'Jdrntfcl Itlortturd May b obtained (irvtn feny Hall-way a THE Cunarl Compnor [eifrion Sow rfahyniird, Yotk, nchid' IA the S. B. Mitchell, Agtnt, Lethbridge Alta, ;