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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH S, 1914 THE I/ETHBRli)GE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE FIVE BASEBALL riRST CiAME TONIGHT-CITY LEAGUE OPENS TOMORROW NIGHT I'lirce divisions ate now included in the indoor basoiiall combination which is being launched at tl>e Y. M. C. A. The nirst is itnown as thCCity. J)ivision," the second as the. "Senior Himday School Division", and the third the "Junior Sunday School Division." 'I'he first gajnc Is Kchcduled for tonight in the Senior Sunday School Division, Knox B ahd St. Cyprian's coming together. Tomorrow night the city division opens, the Herald and I. II. C. being the principals of the occasion. The junior divisibn doesn't open until next Wcfek, jMarch 10, when St. Cyprian's and Westminster try conclusions. Ilere are schedules . CITY INDOOR B.VSKBALI-SCII.EDOLK March 6-Hflrald vs. [.H.C. March !)-Hudson's Bav vs. Business Men. March 13-Herald vs. Teleplionc. March 16-t.H.C. vs. Business Men. March 30-Hudson's Bay, vs. Telephone. March 2.^-Herald vs. Business Men. March 27-I.H.C. vs. Telephone. March 80-Herald vs. Hudson's Bay. April 3-Telephone vs. Business Men. April 0-I.H.C. vS. Hudson's Bay. SENIOR SUNDAY SCHOOL BASE- BAU, SCHEDULF. March rt-KnoX B vs. St. Cyprian's. Wesley vs. Baptist. Match 12-Rnoi A vs. St. Cvprian's. knox U vs. Baptist. March lO-rKnolc A vs. Wesley. St. Cyprian's vs. Baptists Jlarch 26-Knox B vs. Wesley. Kpox. A vs. Baptist. April 2-Wesley- >^s, St., Cyprian's.  Knox A vs. Knox B. .JUNIOR BASEBALL rSCHEDULE March lU-St. Cyprian's j-s. West- , nnnsterrt'-;;-V " ' ' Wesley vs. 5th Ave. Baptists. March 17-Knox vs. St. Cyprian'.s. Baptist vs. Westminster. .March 24-Knox vs. Wesley. St. Cyprian's vs. rUh Ave, Baptists. March .31-Wesley vs. Westminster. Knos vs.. 5th Ave. Baptists. April 7-Wesley vs. St. Cyprian's. KnoX vs. Westminster. FOR THE IITLEOF SIX NATIONS MAKE DRAW FOR GAMES IN UNITED STATES THIS SUMMER New York, March 1.-The draw of Hie six nations challenging tho' United States for the Davis international lawn tennis cup, was made today by U. 0. Wrcnn, chairman of the American committee, assisted by C T. Adoe. Ciermany and France drewbycs ' .j. in ihe first roumi, Australasia and : �: : : : .> ? MATT WELLS HANDS > BRONSON A BAD > BEATING American's Seconds Toss the Towel in Ring at End of the Seventh Canada were coupled on tlie bracl ? ^ CHASE ASKS FORTUNE TO SIGN WITH FEDS San .lose, Cal., Marcli 1, - Hal Chase, first baseman of the Chicago White Sox, conl^irmed the report that he Is dicltering with the Federal league. Chase said he was told to name his own terms, and that he replied with a demand of .130,000 for three years and a $5000 bonus to sign. ORGANED BASEBALL MADE HOSTILE MOVE t_ RETURN OF PITCHER BLANDING TO CLEVELAND AMERICANS MAY START SOMETHING bill BRENNAN chief of..... FEDERAL LEAGUE umpires BUI Brennan was appointed chie;' of the Federals umpire staff by President Gllraore today. DEATH ENDS IN AN ATTEMPT TO SWIM THE HARBOR AT SEATTLE Richard Cavill Australian Swimmer Who Claimed To Be Originator of Crawl Stroke Practically Frozen to Death in Cold Water JACK BLACKBURN TO MEET SAM LANGFORD New York, N.Y., March i.-For the ^first time In six years, Jack Blackburn, the colored fighter, who was recently released from prison, will enter the rlTig here next month. He Is matched with Sam Langtord for a ten round boiit. Seattle, March .^.-Richard Cavill, the .Vusti'alian swimmer who w'as the -first man to swim the Golden Crate at San Francisco, and who was recognized as the champion swimmer (vt the world from 18.9.5 to 11*00, riied of exhaustion yesterday soon after he had been taken from the ;yater aftci an unsuccessful attempt to swim across the Seattle harbor, a distance of three miles. Cavill started from the west side of the bay and was �wimming toward a pier at,the foot of Spring street on the central waterfront. The water was cold and a fctrong wind and adverse currents took him otit of his course so that he swam TuUy four n>iles during the hour and ten min-tites he was in the water. He was followed by a launch and a rdwboat which stood bv to give assistance. COLLAPSES AT FINISH When he was only 500 yards from the finish, where a large crowd had assembled, � those in the rowboat saw him quit the powerful stroke with which he had bCen swimming and lapse' into a gentle paddle as it resting. When the boatmen rowwl to him, Cavill graspetl the .gunwale and then became unconscious. He was picked up and taken to the launch, where, medical aticntion was given him, but he died without regainihg^ consciousness. FROZEN TO DEA'ril The physician who attended him said the swimmt^r virtually was .Jroz-en to death.. IJi.s slf/n wag like ice, said the Piliysifi\jin, -and  his circulation became so retarde 33,353.55 . 22,490.00 24,306.82 0,500.00 3,286.91 12,000.00 9,450.35 8,025.00 7,292.42 9,5.50.00 6,675.22 . 57,300.18 73,147.86 . 35,000.00 30,831.22 . 10,000.00 14,191.56 $252,902.9,'! $249,129.22 3,370.00 10,345.45 1244,532.93 $238,783.77 20,897.43 $271,430.36 .130,000.00 90,642.33 14,300.00 $144,300.00 120,000.00  120,000.00 12,023.00 11,556.00 BIG MEN AT CONGRE'SS Ottawa, Ont., March 4.-Premier Borden, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and Controller Parent of Ottawa addregBed the Social Service Congress at Ottawa last -.light. Over one thousand delegates are present .from all parts Of Canada. BRITISH ARE INTERESTED '. London, March 5.-The policy of the United States towards >Mexico, occupied a leading place in the editorial columns of the GnKligh newij-papers today. 14,536.00 Taxable Assessment 1914 Separate school City........... . .. $17,002,100.00 Public school...... 16,655,785.00 1,669,830.00 $35,327,715.00 ALLAN CUP MATCHES 2 for 25 cents RROW ilMtoM&Os^ MlMjfWjtHkMl Kenora.Thistles Will, be First Team To Play. Monarchs Holders of the Mu9 Winnipeg, Man., March 5.-The Monarchs will make their first defence of the Allan Oup on Saturday or .Monday, when the Kenora Thistles will have a chanco to lift the mug. Trustee Northey wants the opening game to ibe started on Saturday night, bnt the'Monarch'8 prefer Monday. Definite action will likely be taken today as to the opening fixture. The Bdmonton-Reglua niatch will .be net in lino, and Grand Mere, of the Inter-provincial, wlUfoUow suit. BUSY DAYS FOR LINEMEN New York, March 4.-Officials of the telephone and telegraph companies today gave out some Incom-plete estimates of the damage caused by the storm. In Queen's, one ot the outlying boroughs of Greater New York, 1500 telephones were put out of service. In New Jersey, 3,000 telephone, poles went down, rendering 30,-pOO Instruments useless. The New York Telephone Co. estimate its loss at $3(10,000. . The Western Union Teelgraph Co. said several da.Y8 would be required to repair the damage to its wires, in New .leraejr alone, 1500 linemen were kt work today. Ready-Made Farm Policy (Continued from Front Page). The matter has been taken up with A. E. Humphries, who looks upon the scheme as a very feasible one. He states that it would greatly relieve the department, which is often placed in positions where they are at:a loss to know where to send immigrants who have been mis-informed regarding the west, and who. corae out with the assurance that they will strike work upon their arrival. It is likely that the department and the company Will come ^to ' some agreement concerning' the mattet," as it is looked upon as being of mutual advantage. The Lethbridge Board � oi Trade is also interested in the scheme and it is probable that this organization will offer its co-operation. To think of arranging passkfe for your friends and relations in The Old Country whom you expect to bring out In the sprlag You can secure their tickets here and all arrangements will be made for their forwarding by THE DONALDSON LINE For Information, rates, �te., apply to any steamsbip or railway agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, Gsnsral Agtnt 349 Main Street, Wlnnlpsg ^ f ) The supremo t)krlU and sensation at an Ocean [yoyaffe, th* enjoyment of th�v,luzurlous sur> roundlnn, (o comlortsMe and oheertui; is doubly aDpreslatia when cetnfort la assured. THE OLD RCLIABLE CAPTAIN INCH HONORED Halifax, NjS., March 4.-The steamer Priucipello, five days overdue, arrived here early this. Hiorning, with Captain Inch ot Voltiirno fame on board. Stie met heavy weather and some ice, but no damage. This afternoon Captain Inch wag presented at the city council chambers with a handsome silver cup in appreciation of his bravery in the disaster to the Volturno, when she was bound to Halifax. csuftLISHEOMQ! has an envUbls rseord. wSH earned by , Its lon� experieAce and maintained by its oaretul man* sceroent. ^ You Would Do V/cU tA* OMMS* fa booM yim THE CUNARD CANADIAN SERVICE whtoh, with added amommqda-tloB, offers fOT.your s�lfptJo� " thir? clasfl onln,' The Cunard maintain Tierrioo4 ^ letweaa YorU, Quaenstown. "~ " C^mi�ny ^hi� jjyertiool Boston, Qtieenatown, FlshBuard. Liverpool, New York, Medttorranean, Adriatlo. Inolnd. lag the fastest ateantera in. the worldj "Luaitanla" and �'Hailie- Now building for Canaislaii Service) t.;-MVUAiltA�-i4ja� teas Details at aalllngs and Interest- liiK, Illustrated llteraTure nl