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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ftll fllijRNEY REM, iGOTGH MIGHT i.;,,:.ft., .... Seenis to be His Price fea a Expresses trould Frank ;Gotc&com8% iwdt andi; stle one'btg.inatcJi,ftrt&9 world's f itit&? '-He Wonld-4K Iw g>ibg.:diffioUIty of g�tting!;'iato catutitlott i'And,; therefore, nnlea* ?h�5 got' S;, top care to undertake' it,"' wa� tta-^ply- ��W=BVjit5|;v"iPrl5^^J'in Kfati^: Defeated Papke Last Night I LOCAL QrtfeEN CUSHION EXPEftTS IN COMPETITION-KEEN ^ rr-CONTESTS Soma icslwrt' �iBanip�1atorftV'rt*o(te� gave it VilSd'-a'*i^e'ov*r�?aJ.O�0 for that Pi%d5velop?d'lha�;Gotch isfjust ,.,v^'jeaJou8 of the onca-fampfls raiktosohmldt. Klan* let drop a e'r^inark that fisdicatedjsomej B IS^rinl^'t*^ hreaat of the man^StHumboldt. * ili�4,got.^,$2b.O(K> ior .heating huti^e iatas to think, that . got pretty nearly ;t�re;^aa^^^^^ i?-,|8 ,that'JCpr his losing Match," Klank,' ^' . was , Klank ihatiB^i iot - Haie the- facts exacUy iglit.'as It was people behind ^" ,&d/not*^ thfe ^reBtlerlpaBolt oiifgeneraleduGofefi. and gW: the '&A'oI th� cote. A^iinSttoK t HackenSchndOt ^ B(^d hia end pmie'for'about ^IS.QOO ta..hls er-a wrok ibeftare HSM^papt^jS. |y, rate this is ancient lilatory. uiW point is that FWmJ^jao^cK imha-.'^aye, eVffift:aateioH*, to take j�?fj�BL one Biore-�*lrriit thef game. if tBut'wh^re. oh whUe.,is;th& J20,0t|ft �jipromoter who is gariie 4�nougjht . T.WO ; I�rls; -March' 5.-Frank Klaus, of J>ittsburg^ yrm awarded the decision ov�riHUyr|tpk%,:ol' KeWanee, 111., in ,thft Mtoianfel-roiWfd of^heir coptest to- Papke.w^s repeatedly warned by the'reieree'lor breaches of fh* rules. His tactics became so flagrant .that the referee stopped the tlg^t in the fifteenth round.. The general opinion is that Klaus made the better showing throughout. , The fight was scheduled for twenty rounds at 160 poun^B-' * WlUtARD, l''1?'"^->-" - ' , , *mdion'-Starri..N|wa?lC >,M%y>:^ '2946. A^runswToks. BMjUion.fOijt. yi.j j?iwre tillc siif-la8tal�Kt tiH^ and watt jhe leaders. .'ar^W.flrflt'tdttffl opnti^J* in-the Jto- ----;.JohnsOn*^U. t^^^ iwl^l!^^?'!^^'''"**''''*^-a^^ I sure gia^i^b ./Jjlmi Outside of ^Wells^ (VMr^)^u||ijn^ is no first ' "-^-""-^-^^ti^for me to /flgbt." fjpp HPCKE'? PLAYER'S ,1 DICTIONARY New York, Mifch 6.-Ralph l..'Spott8, of-the Jjew York , Athletic club; broke, all vindoot * trap shooting records in wln-�t ningthe Amattiurlndoorcham-pibnshipt^pf the United States ^, h|a-ei...M'iife night, scoring 100 �#alKW in the final round. In-41 They are easily the b^st;* hockey team ever seen in this city. ,." - bEFEAf&D THEIR OPPONENTS HANDILY-EVANS STAR PER-FORMER ALONG WITH BRI6GS JUNIOR WILL.RACE NEXT JUNE, Definite Announcement *J. Y. Track? ^ Will Open This Year - _ Goal. Judge^A human being 'jwgJoiiBalwaya''taking a spllntfer out Of his flye when the visiting 'tAim ^Ijeotfl.^ . PuokrrA, TUbber subatance the , BMptt ot ai.peppermlnt drop. Al-rthough only'60 ceqts apiece, men haVrM-beeh' 'known tb fight over thesii;''!'.... ;'y.Iffl*rA; which a poor( shbotWg'team says doesn't" Really exist. ;S%t^-7^i*oe of'steel attached to tjbe'foof^for money, v Referee'---Automatic steamboat^ whlsti?^,' J. -' , ^P^flftlJy-^Anywhere.'from tww,ty;t>uck8,'stage- money. , ^CiOV^rpolnt^A strong arm per-80;^".;, See Jt^ggman.  . . f'-'OftWde-^irSBe^ Pass.:'V:;.':'-;,,^Ta*ni'wprk-Ebctra Set tOf >un-dpr*ettr'Worn by hockey pfiyiwl .-i^il^Btitut^pii-Men'who 'flit, WWi :^etfch-andi^hivw>fdr-$3(^Wtw'ear.! , P^yUiiup-^xtrt^ turn . torMhe' th6ttme;i)rlco,qi;'>d^8to..:. '^f i LAST G/CmE ATiMC>NTRBAL SEES 3lontfehi;vataf?r^K^I;h�(i curtain was ninfi dp^*/to||iiiil{t' pn_'prbfeeaidn-: al hockey iat^the ;aVenSj%^^W the To-' rontos defeftted'iiSeyfGaiijii'^^s.'byi a score of .dlto '2,- diitlpjayllbg^'-them *at ?very aijglet'' -Tlyt'^itof^v assumed' the lead i^j^heaarl^t^fiiage^ and were*"* neyer he|4eff"by tii|Jt;ioppopentB,-who had no excuse to olfdr. Th� line-up: Toronto^-Hplmes,'^' g;oali Maishall, point; CameifpjiiiJ,J!�reri;'Neighbors, wing; McQiffen,"' centjo; Davldspn, win. ' r I %^ 'J.i Canadlens-r-yezinaJ^^ar; JDnbeau, point; >I�v,iolette)3koTer^ wing; Lalond'e,_dQnf^'; iPltre, wing. . Refereerr-BTornj;' asBiBtant,; Dandur-; and. ' ' - ' .' QUEBEC MR^^ ...... , L-IJ^i^lt'.,. . . OTTAWA CONTmBUTES: !TO THE CHAMPIONS'-^ 8+RING OF VICTORIES' Quebec, MarchviB.rrrTonight; the Que,-; beo hockey team Jcliibljed' the record for th^ numbefe of Buccassive hockey gimes won, Tivli?n-;it'; gained Its eleventh victory. >lt0 latest'' victim was Ottawa, which,;wept:j)io^:by a score of 8 to. 6, ' 'i^'^u,. The match waa/a'^ir^dlsplay of hockey, thoughiQuebec'j .aB'.usuaJ when it gets alead.aHitoe.'plartiit'lByedvcare-lesBly fbr.a"tlipe.v;^gpawa'put up a good fight,, au4it!i5�BC'.'l]ei)/.upv a ute.' rA no'ticteb"i6>ty|!etviurpof the struggle was'thdfihijrab'sr; of times each goal wa8,^^t^a(^lce{lslu-rapid succession, both gt|ar^tknB,^df*j^e mets being kept bu^y,'hav:ljjgs'J}Jtlo,.tirae to spare There wap a large crowd present. The line-up; i^'i-, ? QuebecT-Moran^^goal;; Hall, point; Mummery, -C0T^�r|.�'M Marks, Iptti Crawford;j:|g^t.. ' '/ , Ottawa-r-LcBeurj/gpal;'-Cgtalli joint; Mont�ll,cov�r;>Ronari,tcentre; Broad-bent, left; Darragh)- right.' N�w York, March 5.-It ia published herevas 1 ;,;ap almost assured fact"' that horse ;-)iic}ng will be reylyed on New "Ydrki tracks next June^fdc:tti|l ,firBt time i'plnae-the anti-betting leglB? lation:of;'.OovernoT Charles E; ll(*ughesi adniinlaiiia^Opt brought turf'activities' to a atan'dafdl. No ani^ouiioeWtif has: coihe,; offiblally from the Jockey Club, which 18 the governing body of the racing, assoplstlons or from Hhe associations i'themselves but the re^ ports in. raqing circles, ar^ said rto bear the stamp of such authority. These,reports are that a:wopera-. tive plan will l)e tried, whereby" the various '!as80ClatIopB will eombyie to' .sj^are losses proflts- alike vintir sjaort hag i beep firmly rere'st^^Jliphad;; /lipour tracks,are named for th^fOlr-oult^at. present.,? the Belm9ilt, EdtK^ Aqueductjand.sYonkers tracks-ih'tlie' immediate vicinity of the metropolli. �;-A,;?team.iof "Ijethbri bowlers visitedMacleodyeslorday, and came bpjiij^with'the bacon: The local team SJ^^.th^.thre^'gainefl played were 133 'Plfla 4d the:good of their opponents. The Lethbrldge five were trimmed by flyfcplns in;'the first round, but came jjack'in the second and third with a V^n^eanoe. . 'SJvans, of Lethbrldge, >'#asj.tbe'; high, adorer of the evening with 518, His team-mate Hemming, was: tjed -with Briggs, jr., of Macleod, Im, .BBCond With 6m' The highesj �r^ foe a single game was rolled by .^;eniming, who made^2i3. There was ,d� over, the aOO hfin-;d^ed''mark, and Htiat.'ivfe Briggs, jr., With. 203. ��:�>��-- / � .. Thf last, Ume that' the Lethbrldge -teaifij visited Macleod they suffered a faljjgandjnqwtthey believe they have takeg aniple revenge. The scores were IN bA.CE^ 1^6R=.^i^pT|ALL CHAM-piONSHIP:^.plpA(r.la9 BEAT j BANblERS '12'AdTr NIGHT \ ' Thete "is - dr detidldct^'In the basket-ball,Jeagu.e','at ttt^^,;;^:,C. A. The Pirate* :^d,� Porniiwrieil; arc tied for ilrsl^-piaee; dndtlJiei-t^o star sguads-are^^u''play oX^fdl* tb� champlon-BhliijitJfjehe^nea^iiroiiMi '.^ have botljiost a'igame'Al^lece. V Tlie.Pfr'aiVsLiaikii'diithft right to battle for the ohamplojb;,Bhl� honors by do-featiiig'thie"BankerB,;'l'ii'sT night in one of the-modt .Btreilliaus games of the season, aiadv it I'requlreid^^ overtime to 'sortie it.At haietlme the Pirates w�re ifc.'tbe;iettd;'.af;to 5, ;lmt the Bankers iCaro*-up from;, the rear In a gal-lop,i and ,when th� full time whistle blew -^ha gcor� stood 13 all. Five minutes iivertime,,wdS|^aipwa..-upony and in tji�t trni'e'.tbey';VQ^ nlade a couple of i^fntgf.aplecei,:,,Thereat It -was agT .v � .. 141 Godspn........151 .^ati..........148 Briggjs, Jr......203 IfTelds .........143 169 158 160-169 128 14�-459 155-484 182-490 136-508 148-7-419 ingBter'-CO) aiid-lFlBh Ret*reeTfTArriq|i6, Ste^ i-ETHBRtDGB MARKBT* Elevator Prleea ^ Northern ......-...^....-n... Northdrn ...........'...�,.......ji Norlhep ......................i .................................." Alberta Red ........ Alberta Red................jj _ Alberta Red',,,..'.......... 4' Alberta "Re'd' .,....:...";;,....', 5 Albertai Red'......i.........., No. 3. ..�t, NO. 4 . Oatsr- / No. 2 C. W........32% � No. 3 C. "W................ 29% Bx. No. 1 Feed............ 30?i No. 1 Peed.........,29% No. 2 Peed.........j.. ,26%: Barley- No. 3.................. i46% NO. 4................... ,44%^ Flax-No. 1 N. "W. C........... 108% QiANT-"PATCHER'.RAISES MULES WII�ort,;Seoorid.*l;5li?fl'Back�top'Takes ;L��ton8,.ln,K.�9HrnB l" New - f" -.Mejulco 786 784 770 2340 For Hoarseness , , Father was examining the mechanism of an auto "honker" that was out immediate vicinity oi xua m.eirup.uii=, of ;Qrder. -, and the old Sar^tjjga, trafck up-state... "What are yougolng to do with it? ^ � _~- asked Benjamin, aged nine. "I think I'll try pouring a little oil in it," replied the' father. :' "6ll nothing!" exclaimed Benjamin.'"What that thing needs is cough Byrup;"^Youngstown TelegTam. -TTT-r-tr-r DRIVERS OP QITY TO   , . FORM BALL TEAM |-?> ^ A meeting lot IbtSal driyeiS'has *;  ; been called bv 'Ei-E. Inman .ito '  * 'take place at the J. 'H.^ C. A." *  tbnight for the-purpose .ort torm- *. * , ing a drivers' basaball,team. All interested are welcome.' >'to - at- ,*  tend the meeting. , T AjthU'p. "iV^^ilsol^J.'J^h'e I cat(>b^ySr&'iWan-;]iSwha the; |*flr8|:.]!(a*ok8t0i(t w^r^ it not tor' tlje.solid barlced ot>'''a# nQTy'ibuslneBS-that Is, new .fOTjA fe�iliJPliyer, -,, Togeth^rj^Wlth hJ8 -brother, ihe has purflhaap4;'ft>-;^ijl^Anoh?in New Mex-ico,j.jknd .nJ)wvridea,'hVd. on his long-eared,;Charg68ie''a^riSiiVilfton brands as ^rroneoup: ;tbeivg�>!Ser^.ldea that he boughtii^tlJei! mtaj^^ �(bi*Rt he could tak� .les8On�,Jin,^Jil0W,nj[.' SVhlle it- is: true that-he. has named plghtxpt; the';-)�a,va^^^ Orthji E^^BonjiiBwnnan; Rlgler, Em-Blleapdi'f?naeranj;^thur, asserts that notjjlifg-} p0K�>�ali*fts I; Intended-^he mere!y,;5?lfl�ed.ito, pan^e the creatures j,:d^i;';jfrJen!|Sii:?yh.qBS^^te and ada(lre^';ahpve/all others. The ftujdy,catcher,, when; not ball-playing .ot'agiliUng, �resides in Decatur, IU.,:,ytijBre h!B*ha8,Bundrx: business4n-ter��EB-and.,a;,la?'ge rpd automobile IJ^Vl8>P0Bul�rvln'; Recatur, � wliera 'he first brp55Q'lntQ."prOfes8lonal ball, ' - ^ ; vPLAYE^^' DRAW IiOnddn;..Ji^a:^h',5.-In the Southern I^ape'-todwilnghtott; played^a^ draw CHICAGO  QRA.If>|.; MARKEY- ' . Chicago, March ega-Baarlsh repoVts ; on, farm reserves .In the- D^kotas and,: Minnesota helped, tutn-the"jwheat; market downward tbdayi after an:early advance.. The strength at the but-. " set "was due' to^repofrlB' that^a latge^ percentage of the crop in Germany had been found td be fit only fop-pig food. ^ Opening prices varied from a shade off to %-up. May started at 91%Ho 91%@#, rose .to.'91%(^% aldd- then fell to 90%r91. ' �" v'>. i Steadiness prevailed in.'d!aJa";*not-. ,wlt)hstandlng f � depressionof ' cthw:'; grain. May, which started t6 a'shade up; [email protected]%,-.BOl'd .to sm^W^^ held at 34......... " ,., .. ,'.. , with"Brentfor0t;the score being 2 to 2. MOOSE JAW WON THE, CHAiMPiONgHlF OF' 8ASK.-BY- BEATING PRINCE ALBERT, The Moose Jaw hookey team, byjde-i feating tjie Mlntos' of Prlnpo Albert, have won the amateur hockey ohatn* pj'onshlp of Saskatchewan. The final, game was played oft aV Saskatp^n,' Moose' Jaw, taking ;thp .'victory with extreme ease lor a match-of that^or-der, the acorfrbeing,^ to 1........'.A. . ;.4a �:, ^ IWDEcisIq?^^ Atlanta, Ga., March 6.-Battling Nelson and Erahki^rwbltihey, Cedar Rapids, la:,: fought Stentdunds hj>re tonight. By previous. agreement no declaion was rendisred.^ Neither gain* ed a Jcnockdowp, ,- -, ATTACKS TRAININd METHOD Article In Medl,cai:Uo&r^arC|^alm8 At^i,-\lete8.Die You'ntf^DoCtop Says TKey Live Longer Than* Averag*-Man. INDIFFERENT HOCKEY New York, JlarorfR^pThy-auth'br'idf an article In 'th10|'';ijburhflsfvpf:'ih^ !Amerioafl 'MedicaRSA'iiB�4ved.v:TB^:kftiii|:^mfS^^ ,who:make the, gr^eatiWcpi^k^eM^^ �llye .beyond mlddlefrgfitltl^^g^ffi^^ frequently - die ot'Mm'^immmkotii-: they are 40. "Ibs^elli.^df^r^l|g^^ the body: th^yprejroillidtgkfi^ training tends to bbeajc it:%wn;"-the article reads.'i'Bifig|i^,ans f^pVa'^f^.r] happier expression';f6rr;.thej^ f qmploV ment-Of their;;I)bdlly4WiVi^BiEi'yn�tt ;wor4,'sport,'.. whl6ttfii)i|�llg^^}jei; ,'dujrmomfiitp. wJtli sep-satlonal ruahest"'' ->'";�' ' th..ihyipal truths,'.' . C'.'.'/"'J iDlyine to thc- statemenf Talt men ment, _ . -.u. - � - 8tatl6tio3.j0f,^ba| have ^on their 'Y't^iYf^]-men at Harvard. for,mW^,_.,-.j and'field men ot'QxiQmlfj''^^?^^, 7r^-.>?-bridge, ;nany oluh,Mnftp^,J^mjtej^ and vaulters, and't^ p^oyj..>b)By.^^ all doubt that t%e ftf%lpl|;r|;v*? Iobkot th^n. the average^i �companlles, thS.r|lfiB' f^cts, a?flert thatjtjbii the average jht^n ' sprinter dies at',3 , but he" would ;pro^^., 25 ba'd h'e 'not' t^ke.n am firmly,in .'ifa^o-'-, pijolongei:, of'life'"^h tiw." King's;;,Ow\n Sjerge iSiiiil ;