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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 .-ii- - itO.T^O ENQUSH YACHTSMAN) ' -WILL MAKE FOURTH ATTeMp-r ' T6 LirtT'AMERICA.N CUP ;e3^en)Sive sport flAk XlREADY SPENT COUPLE OP iirtlUljION boLLARS TRYING Ex- , { London, March 5.-The Dally |a;�::||JpMs understands that Sir Thomas (V LIpten has cent a challenga. for tho -. ^ ^m^rlcan Cup yesterday. Thit vrlfl Hfiftle the fourth'attempt to' "lift thi " , tup." , His three previous tries cDSt ^iinr$2,000,000, and about $5,000,000 ; . tJ|�*|ie�n'8{fenT�ri We fweWe'attempts ' io rfteover the cup sln,ce 1975, yOllG^ST QOT$1T,000 ^ ' Cpor'the murphy bout etiid RIaht'to Claim^50 Par Cent ^'Qroas'XriirP.rofited by the r , Option Did,:]ldh:b iWack; Kixtg, who o^ira. to .MIpuAd Wolgast pre-J Vrtr-TilB'fliKht T�tH tonimy Mur^ laifd jfirhd ,tenaia^'gat8 whjla the ^li^;^50g^8BSj says tlMJt Wol-; . Bed^UB-optton 4t> 60 pet Jr^t, the'Bate''xefceipta and Mill *out-60a^J)iiited faai, --f�Hthe inpise and' hole, , \, , ^; suntd/^Murphy to ^ Come ,To2 rAEr��6rPon".t2ih.or :19lh i^^^prll. �''mAWfC"' MACKEN" T�e;llttle rover' of the Toronto R. and A. A. teanti: Th& game was no'Sunday S^ohool meeting. It was a thrilling exhibition of.xoarage. .skm..and Btamlpailby all accounts. Every player waa keyed up to the highest pitch; vahd therc was plenty'of dashing bHlllant, play, at all times. Rough work crept In, but'^this was expected. however, and; the p6naltlest'W�rQ about, equally divided.. " . � ^ fMelRGBOYS'THritoLY ART, ' ' ;0F SELE-DEIr�(i IN U. S. SCH(X)1^ BROAD-MINDED MOVEMENTS-SCHOOLSOF PHILADELPHIA'S. SUPER-lOR ClI/^SS HAVE ENGAGED-PROFESSIONAL INTRUCTOR-THEY DON'T HURT EACH OTHER WHEN P-ROPERLY DRILLED; . ' .an^'.Torontos-haTe detiided to * pljly, next -week, (date not fix- . 4 "edi'lnjjthe ;Allan'Cnp ellmlna-- ? ? ? will'8(0 lyesL' The trustees of ? -,W,TEnairClcrrKave lieen notfr > i'�4d':*o,i.thiff; effect. .,,^ai;oI�\4.-Ad Wol-^em^iTonuny*: Murphy, ''""imeet^agalji in an- pd VljstorlaAn Hot ^^mm-..... ^ , '.^onlglit bp ^The ,gaxa4 was the 5iagme^>time, ^ itthoir, oppo^. y-.^malce lao^e M^ahlp, but it, fanoojavec: can.' to^a'lBafl. The . . . an^,,.j;wrlau'8 at |;;'WaVwNQ' CAMPS Where^-thes^Major League Teams ' " Have Corte to Get In Shape �;tjratiQnal-I*ague-New York at' '�Martin,,Texasj*'Chica�o, at Tampa^ '3gjty:>ltabi^. at Hot-Springs, 'iiiK; '^^JjQadelpbia, at southern >Bin^^S�.c.l^,CinclnniU,- 'at lio-: 'bil*^^,>,i!StiJ Louis,'at Columbus. aJidiit^^iti^jib'AtiieiisVda. -X;^teeiica&^itea�ue-^ !S|^J!^;M|^iir&^8i  �Chicago/; 'Gujjii^afii MitswfsCaeveland, ait P�n- .::�^|pspia!!rii^6*#^ llt^^Wnauda:', Washington, at qiwriMl^pHa,.^ aiid St. iouis mmmm^'-'.....-���^^���^-^ icse'oamp5,pre th�i ftr. the New ,fsSij^Plilla4eIp^la;;>feE>S " iflfeton vAanericans cainps; but %11 the ^ 'IioVeii'new sites.' JBlnBa liavc allowed ^ ir"taore, of train- r-i/as OBUBl .with "duHng'thef'tirst' .'�before the lea-. T;ru3T|e8V,"W^n't obstruct ii ^. 'otT^beo hockey team fiHay. -Play to Reltain Cup Any Place on Canadian S6I| ;TbTOhWM�S*oW ^'--^TruBtee Wm. B Wrfinjoli the; Stanley Cup board of trasteeB,; annoonced today that the Quebec Glubioould' defend the. Stanley GMRtftherever they, pleased,, with,the fullT^mlBBloii ^^nd SBnctloa'Sot;:the !5JanreS;.'^�jp>:''tril>ptee8 pr6yJded they; 'ftefeiideff^Ayfifopny on Canadian soil ^i�4,th�;*''coin?etlng'teams were com-joaedVcCaba^atiB, This means that lip '^^lamwiC ^^^^^^^ prize'to be.to'ngprfor-sshen tbey play Victoria ';aiv'-flie?c6a|i'^^ that''Uie'^'Quioec'club will make the gamt^ ilierei.fsr tbcStanl^y Cup. AT , LAKE'lUtD PAY AQUATIC ASSOCIATION WILL ENDEAVOR TO HAVE fclTVCOM- PLETE J�t AISS,JHlS,^YE/!kR Realteing ,tiiat.,tt iot Dverburdeiied with')he4tlie buueht . BIGCrWdS at SOGClER'GAilldis in england Seventy-ond^ Contests in English'Cup Series Attract l,165j245 - ^ , Total $2l9jl80, � ' ' Tbe hidl'd^tlA't soccer football has on the> people of Slnglattd as .a winter sport is sho*n by ^ the atfelidance-at games in the English cup receipts than was paid -fdr the jtorty-one matches In ,the first round IftBt year.- ThesB realized �^$100,155/.-whereas the twebty-one games In the second round this year'rhaye already beaten; thi�'SUm�by $3,256. - The Aston Villa team has attracted the largest cMwd In one match, their � defeat of West Ham being ^lvltnesBed\by 50,000 people, who paid |9,81fi, ,fbut the highest sum was,the ?1()J440 paid by the'27,974 spectators who saw Sunderland beat'Manbhester;.Oity;vThe touniey ^Is kn^ a In which sixtyfour- of' the'�strongest leaguecteams :dompete, thi losers dropping out Mid the winners conie8 to napiing the weights at whioh,a-championship battle should be'^fougbt.. .'Experts Appro'io Plan ' Agpordlng to advices from Chicago, the itew scale of "Weights is highly approved by - the-'iboxing, experts of that gity. At the present time a boxing la^^ is before; tbe HHnols legislature on the same general lines of the Isrs'wley-lawi-and'Jt-ls thought the special rules qf the New York boxing commission^ including the weights, will be Rdqpttfd th^re. Similar eondl-kiong!prevail in,many other states, and lndioatiottfa''^pDint-'to a general revival "of bojam^t'frhere it la now pro-hibltedi: The: |i*fawley law au^ its special provlslopfti'being the- forerunner jff-this regard, will naturally be, followed.' " ' Thaf the New'' Yolrk Boxing commission is not. Capable o� drawing up' a setvof? weights t'^sMh* opinion put forth;byTomkStcGdrey,.'fight promoter at Vernon, who h^'s bad years of ex-perteiiiUf* ^. McCftrey. "That would do, Johnny Kllbane out of his ^lUe, It would not be fair to him It Is said that tbemew' set,of weights woul^ i do; away with the arguing over poundage. The -only . 'weight over whi(Sh ,-t&ere has'been any kicking is the lJ5htwelght.''-''I�utllngr that ^up to ISSffidUbds wonl4'not oharige ihktters.' The same blckerlnr would come up, as before. ' / " " '/ "In .rthc.'last-tea ^yearBrthere has been? only one-,'.tr(5ubl�alJ0ut weight. That'wa*fttb8et8 certain welghta.-ther'champlon'wffl always dic-tftteUfe^-m's.- I'lbsllfeve that th�f weights BB- 'tbeynow4fe''i!i^e'win corribpohd to those of the National'Bprfrting Club of London and the olUbe i&,;7rtoire. Let them come around, to "Amirloft's way of thinking," . 34% v35% 36 36% 74% 70 641^ '55 86 76  .�".'r:,Elevat(f^':PWe4ft|.-_ , 0. f;2 iNorthcrn"'..v.v.*;...,..,-....^ 64 Uo. 3 ^Northera,'.;.........,...........^ 60 No. 4 ...............i............, 53 ^c^.�--�6--;':-.-,p.-;.-;;rr.^f.ir.>. .':^.r:4n.torrt \ 49 No.- -1 Alljerta Red Vi,;,'*;;..;.;*.,.^.' , 85 Njp., 3. Alberta. Rpd..............^.;.....v..� > 49 ^f-^Et>NE8DAVtS^GR/y IN�PRItiES ..liWinn"ipi6'^, ;Mar;U.'-^bevgi'a^ mat* ket^'fof.'fbdajf.were as follows,!� Wheati"^ ~' . r� Op6n;ClOB9 May � .iV'.w.: 87%; S7% July ........88%- October .;. ....',.,;�,:', 84%i Oats:; 'May .July. Wax; May .,.....'.. V,... .. 118 ':112% July k... .iill4yvll3% Cash Prices Wheat: : '* - ' No. 1. Northern ii........84 No. 2. Northern...............: 81 No. 3. Northern.....78 ' No. 4................, No. 5 No.. 6.............. 'Feed...... ....... Winter Wheat: . . No. 1. ............ No. 2. NO. 4. i....;.^..... Oata: No. 2. -C. W. ....... NO. 3. C, W. ....... Extra No. 1.' Feed 31 No. 1, Feed .............. 29%' No. 2. Feed ...... ... .��.,.27 '. Barley: " v  . . No. 3. i......... 4flVi' No. 4. 45 : Rejected............ 40 ! Feed ... ... 3!) f Flax: , No, ,1. N. w. c.'.;... idavt;-: 7 Amerloan Markets  � v Minneapolis: Wheat, ,Open Close May *........... 88 ' 85%: July .......... 87% 37%;, September.....T..... 88 Chicago: ' May................ 91% 91% July... ... ......., 90%. 90% September ... iv-'i* '^ 89% 89 � BOWLING AT TOLEDO Toledo,'Maroh 4.-Haas.and Cart, of: Fort Wayne, tnd.; and HeyoYtfnd Ashley, of Sioux City, -idwa; .In the twor,. man teams, :rolIed'J236 each, and tied for second place in- the- American Bowling congress  tournament .�todaj', ' and orovVded-^thfrT leade?6'^ for flrfet place... In .the same ^ve&t.*:T4(5ksbft : and 'Brooks; of iFol-fc-- Wayne-- scored 4230; iplaclngJthem? in; third place. �; '. CHALLENGERS .LOOK CHEAP >Hallfax, N.S., March 4.-The hookey team challenglngHthe- Quebecs tor the Stanley Gup was; defeatedrln .an; exhi-bltion game in" Halifax tonight by the , Socials, of the'. 'ft ^larth 4,-,Th^ Pho'eriixV last night defeate'd.iNet; l5,'..yonVthe Dally NS^^: kMcBiide itatflm$^f '' Porf^4rfclljC^BMi!fi|M Brady. f|a^hqtwipM%pM^g^^^ tUng Johnson,''bt^B^jjfitofi|;?;;,i#l,��, one of the b&if boutslslpi^^MiilMte MATTY AND McGRAW TH^NK THAT THORPE ' ^ WILL MAKE- GOOD ' Christy Mathewson writes "from �Marlltt'Springs, where the-Olants are' Wining, that both he and McGraw are'convinced that Jim Thorpe, the I&dlan.athlete, has the car-marks of W?|�ig'league player and Will "niak� Soo'd." This opinion is hardly In' line Hirith. what the New York newspaper reporters who are with the team have to say "regarding the red man's ability ^o;B''the diamond. f 'Of course, as a matter of fact, there hasjhardlybeei^^time,for;a.proper esr 'J;lihate of Thorpe's, capabilities. -The' pejrspaper men find that the Indian aiiowB versatility in most everything 5J, playing balli ..yhorpei had? been also shown" them that he' Know! ^w to ride a horse,'flshl shoot ducks, wlm and play^pbdi; ' But'as to what he-can really'do '*UH 'tlie"'bat' and ball, that remains tp'be Been. He has Ijeen playing flrtt base moat of-the tfme.the Giants bftre tkU^n practice, Jlft-the reporters say he is iio'J^erkle. Hi9,;hlttlng/has featured, hira, fiow-,^6r,.in the practices. 'H^'may make nm^ ndlae- ip, ;that' respftoh - ' 4 mm ,M,ICKEY\,MclNTYftE,'Vi;iLL', ^ i BOX PAU-bROWN 'Ffftofen-Rouhd^ Go ActtJjged ' by '" Tommy Burni fpr Calgary ' ' ' ' ,'-T^r8 Month ^ ' ' t'^: \- % 1 ,5},-Sa|kaljO0]jt March-a.-T-MloIesy ,Mc-: III-'not *ox herg o,n th^e-lSth,*! ^I^R-Wy tof .meettiilitjj: tjia,t\lty,.pn' the l7th, vbiqiikm RiVKfiS' LITTLE BIT.- ' ' - AiyiOUNTED TO $6042 ' ' "�few Vorlr 'wltli a guarantee .'of-^Bo'iptotlngrtike $i0,000 for his share.' ;'\Joenjsed to mh tamale huske at �9;D0 'por'w|ek;' ' ' _ '' ' DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOM.lE _\,,f RI^ATMEN.T;, -Thousands of v.'ives,   fnotheps.aiid-sisters, are enthusiastic in their praise of ORRINB, bacaubc It hai^-ourpd th6Ir lov6d ones of the' "Drink iimv; and : thereby brought happiness to'� th^ir homes. Ctan be given ^^ecretly. OR- ^ RINE costs only -?i;00 per. bo*. :A6^ for Free, Booklets  ' r Red Cross J3rug Store, Ltd.; 'Aoadl^ Block. " f^jl? type' pi ^men who 'Wear' Fit-Reform gattiie�ta/4i?:e the men who h&ve ideas' about dress and other things.i; They are *^*the coming men'" and.thevmen who "have . . ' a -arrived." / ^ ^'"^-'W^M | ffdliketo>Bhow you some. ''^ 'f'  - oj5i?t?he tew i^nng ptyles in , >' ]5'it''Ref^p^i{m^^Tijit8, and li '�wjli; meet Battling Neisbiihere ;