Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
KKIDAY, MARCH C, 19H THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKKA1.U PAGE FIVE RUSSELL-TWO VETERAN PUCK CiiASERS-LALOND DEJ AUMMAI InniiUnL CAN'T BOX THAT BOUTS BARRED Milwaukee, >ltm-li busf.cn b LOU ui 1'atrkcy I or one year (rout engaging in tc'sts iu Wisconsin, meted out by UK' M'isccusiQ Losing ciHnwissiciEi oil De- rail dec Jfi'tor allied "stalliiifi" Iti his contest with'Jack itriltui in Mil- vjukec on lKH.fiiit.cr S, was set ;isiih> luilliv by Jmlge Jr-si-Uwciler, oi llic cirvuit court icr reason thcit the jijoccedEnj; ivci-s irregular. Jl'he JIQIIMOS rulitt.; -on Mornlny Ijst, ever, Manila, as UrKarlauJ was :m opporliuiHy mi the latter date t appear before the: but ''Priieiighls between nrtrees and Jiglitccs will Lot he i-enniitcd toitay by tlic stale boxing con inission. Tliis" means thai pro-1 IIQSCC! fight at Krnoalia Jielwrcn Sa the Boston negro, and Curl Morris, "of Oklahoma, will nnt lc held. HOPPE WJNS: AVERAGE 71 3-7 With High] Ccits Slosson 500 to Run of 2 Chicago. Marcli Jloppe defeated (j corse Slosson in loulght jitoy of Uio balk line billiard touiT.amcnt, OOO to 35. Honne ran out In seven innings, making1 a lilgb run of In siitb. His average was 713-7. Scoro by inuinss: 77, SS, 0, 1. tolal. 500; average 71G-7. I, LiO, 1, 0; total 3n; average, 5- -In llic afternoon Kojt Y2m- ada defeated C. UemarcBt of Chicago, GOO to in 2S Innings. The Japan- c'do made a high run of 57 anJ Deui- wrefit of GO. The 0, 14, 40, 1, 45, 0, 57, 17, 1, S3, 0, P, 23, 1, p; -13, I; 0, J4, 31, 5, -4, 37. 30, 14, 0, 53, 13, 1, IB, S, 7, CO, 2, 34, 11, 2i, Average, FORGED 10 j MARCH 12'DATE INVITATION TO THE LETH- BRIDGE EAM Uayuionil, AH: null Al-t LALONDP eni Albona wilflj" .vM In Opera House here next 'llnr-Jay. March Hie Aitprnoon and fiviiiiie v.-Jll be ik- vottd to tho J M.igrath. Lethtrlde-. Knight Acau- Tabcr a Ml Hiiyiuoiid's iwo ID parlicipali-. some rtijanliuy ike 1 which lias been by Ilaymond Kirrt WunJ. II ihey wiu it a-'sfliii this vt-ar. it becomes tbfc- property of this Tuey, lion-over, are'al ita iiiot'.in tl.u U-URUU geniKS this year, and H will jiro- babty away this Want Lelhbridge especially ii-vitpJ to try to tako this valuable cup to the Tiie inaTiaponeM wishes to announce tb'at tLey will find uccom- mentation Jo' vlsiiiin? while so that there iie very little Last year Hie final tryo-.u PROVINCIAL LICENSE BRANCH PUTS SCREWS ON IL- 1 LICIT WHISKY i KdmoaUrfi. AVa tlals in Iho vim-toy of ci'UEfc Hrauch ul lU-- a I'd riv rally be-en i doing -.vork :U ilie uf on tlio Uinui'ai. Hail-" way, giving a tlioy to HoyaS North WeM Mount- ed I'ollce :it .Mirror with a lesuU of sevt'ra! convici'ims for stll- Eni.' wtihout in two of tl.u the pmiMiiiit-m iiifiicu-J V.T.S a privoa ditlon of In two iirhncn Cf-toct- in.-p tlrovK fivy [nilea in territory eaFt oi Kduiontou 'iinl north o' ihc Sapfeatihewatt river, -V3 ro.-ult .lofcidi of wai fliiul liuuilrt-d dollars and ar.d James t-d one hundred dollars an.il at last week by MatiFirati iro. -I- D. NMioii-on of tlie I-i- Ilrancli, was Uie- iirosecmor iQ EUM Indispensable Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority unquestioned. Its use is a protection against alum f9od. In buying baking powder examine the label carefully and be sure the powder is made from cream of tartar. Other kinds do not make the food healthful. British Lauds Wilson s frota iront ERNIE RUSSELL The veteran centre-forward of the VaniJerers, who bas fhown great orm again this season. _______ __t__. St rdy defen-e. of ih- C-'nad- gamo was (he most exeittag time cv- lens, who was put out of commission Cl- seei] here. The turned vwicu tome" e ,s back by Joe Hall. jjn the last ten mtautes. finaly tudiug Newsy is recovering rjpldly and will i for fbo Itayicond Ward team. Ft is earnestly that In the iu- erest of this Good clean gacne. the ___do teams will make a good fight o lako the trophy away from Ray- mond this year." WILL PROTECT CLEVELAND PLAYER TO THE! LIMIT n Johnson Declares Organized Baseball Is Ready for1 War Clfivclar.rt, ,Ohio; '-March organization will back ilm Cleveland tliib.-'to tV_'.limit "the Fedora! to vragc -fdr Bland Charles -W. Soraers owner'oi''tho Cleveland club, L: Johnson.- and' other baseball mag nates' on their way to -Xew Yor> York teora on'their return'from the trip aroun the world. C "Pitcher returned to the Cleveland his own volition' continued JohcEon. ''Neither M. Somers nor I him t( return. will protect this player to limit, and the fact thai he deaertet organization at an earlier dat urlil not lecsen the slrcngth of ou campaign of 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, sparkling, delicious Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- cannot duplicate the rich, 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 t-.ely be In shape for the play-off ames with Toronto, if his team his services HOCKEY TORONTOS AND CANADIENS WILL PLAY EXTRA GAMES To Decide Champlo'nsKip of Are Equal at Finish of Season's'Schedule Tho dope-.on the finish of tlio National Hockey association wort dismaily awry and-it is such tint furnTshes the. interesting side to sport.- The Torontoa-Jwore dope! to win oii'evferj'' Uacd, hut they failed to make good. The defeat of the Torontcs on Wed- nesday night hy the Wanderers, and the victory over the OnUrios, precipitated dead- lock between 'iho two teams that have been running neck and neck, and the close ot the schedule finds Iho with IS wins and 7 losses, and the exactly tho same. The president of tie N'.ILA. has ordered homo and homo games to decide tho jilonfiliip between, these two con- tenders for the honor of :hoMing the Stanley Cup, the fint game to take place at Montreal on Satur- day nizht, and the second at To- ronto, on Tuesday nichl. is the standing of the teams after Wednesday night's games: Goals ATHLETES OF SOUTH TO COtfPHTE NEXT MAY itfattia Slake and Taylor SUVte Strong.Meri Will Meet in Track and Ffefd Conleets fardston, 'At la., >iarcii Voy'iig Mutual Improvement association Stake paring for a luWlc with Taylor Stake, next May. All'.'field, events will A'shot and hammer liave been purchasert, and the strong men of the asspclatton. are busy get-1 uy muscle, Taylor Stake "wiil have Stirling. -Magratb and Raymond to draw, from, -s-blle Alberta wiil he confined lo the of Cardblon and the small IOFSS surro'-indine. the allusion and Hank ii tight to say at on.cc that- Mr. Wilson's hatidliiis oi this qurs- tiou Rrcally Eacilitatcs quiet consid- eration nf the mlier aud more deli- cate questiotis he alluded to." On the subject ot William Hent0n, the British ranchman killed at Juar- the same newspaper says: "When ftc are dealing with a man such manifest ninighlr.ess ar.d .rooii will as President Wilson, snail certainly not our gov- ernment to force tlose issues a thopped-logirAl ar.d contentious spir- it. Tiie material point ior us to ton- was notf-existtCDt iu this afiair, we cquld do anything better for our- selves than it is etideavoriris to do lor us. To that question there is iKine i hut a negative answer., j "We riepipcaie all efc'orls in tlits to force the United Stale.1; in an'ad venturous policy niii of with Vrcsiilent Wilson's I-.c Cdnirnls jiHaiis of Slate they they will be t-ontlucted us hr who, having swovn unto his disippointelh him not, it lo his own hir.tiiar-re. "While acceptaivt-e of inviuliou to participate in the Paci- f.c Imposition at San Francisro lie" incomparable in with ?.ct of Prt-FiiJenl ibc nrilish gOTCinmcnt liasj in his Imris to gtve a of j tcciproi-al will." J WOKKS RAISES OI1J1XT10N" 1 Washington, D. G.-Km- pliatic disapproval oi ihe'atlminiGtra1-" lion anil the lefiislation which it has passed and of what lie called the "co- ercion used by President Wilson to comppl action by congress" was voiced in the today Kens- tor Woias oi California, in delivering M'Jjal he.termed "a friendly rcTieiv of the. achieremcut- oi the cxecutivo and _.iri tlcy will not be satisfied with this o! legislation to the dictation of a foreign counlty. How- ever, if the President is satisfied fot gooJ vahicil that tfcc freu toll clause sliuuld be repealed, his ailvjcc that it should IJG done, ilk .spile ot the docTaration of his party to tlic contrary, does him Ask Wilson to Explain Washington, D.C., March tor I'ointlexter. Progressive, Introduc- ed a resolution today calling on Pre- sident lo explain what matters L'of oven greater conEequence" ho-r6- ferred to in his address to Congresn yesterday as on the repeat of tbo Panama lolls exemption. Eating Relieves Stomach Trouble A Prominent Physician's Advice STANDARDIZE BOXING WEIGHTS Torotitos 13 Canadlcns Quebec.......1! Ottawa.....1) Onlarios I i F, 93 87 no A. FlS 71 355 no Final. PUy-Qff Cannilieiis. >TarcK at Toronto. Australian Promoter Attends Ses- sion of Nt Yt Commission 2Cew York. X.V.. 3'larch Baker of Sydney, Australia, former referee for Hugh >McIntosh, no'n- prominently cbnnec'.ed with the prize litip in the Antipodes as owner of clubs in Sydney, Melbourne, Urisbane 2nd Adelaide, attended to- day's "seasion of the New York Slate Athletic Commission to gather data to use In. an attempt to standardize weights and penalties in the prizo ring, an effort in beua'if of which ho Is now tonrinp Iho world. Haker will sail for Europe next Tueeday, to take tlie subject up with tho Kronen Fed- eration of Hosing ftlubs and tho Na- tional Sporting club of London. tleforo sailing Mr Uaker 'will he a guest of honor at the banquet lo be given tUo returning worM touring j baseball playerd, for wboso favorable IreccpUon in Australia be is said to Imo been largely responsible. The'Pall (Jaietlc says: stdent nettcn snceleiis Iho International iclatioiis bciweetr our the "other side of ili'e Ailantic. We ques- tion, iff will.-thr. wistloin wilh ivhfch the liigh ptinciple galtl- President Las applieil to Mexican anil others, hut In" all.matters we shall her.ce- fortb feel confident that insofar as The Senator reviewed the lartfi bill and charged' that for the coer- cion used )iy the Piesiilent upon con- gress it never passed." TOLL POLICY UOKSV-T. SUIT- Executive pressure had1 created in, the- Senate, he saiJ, an apatiiy tbal fntpairrd that body's u'fefiilnrss; the income tax law and the currency'bill v.cre also mentioned in this connec- tion. Kcferring to the Panama tolls question Senator said the peo- ple believe iu-th'e granting ot free tolls ior American coattwise tbips "will want; some good reason inr this change ot front on the jiart- o! the Democratic party under the leadership n! the Tresident. it is done to satisfy Uic demands of Great "Hat good foods anil plenty of them. Dieting'in many cases, Is almost crim- inal. Get back to normal. To do.so must have tho proper quantity of .nourishment. You r.cert it for brain "or physical work. Probably there is nothing tbe matter with your stomach except acidity. That is merely, an ab- normal secretion of .acid in the sto- macli. Neutralize that acid and your gtooiach trouble will end at once. Neg- lect may mean ulcers if. .not cancer of the stomach. Do not take patented medicines or pepsin tablets- for -dys- pepsia. Simply take a neutraiiier of acid. Decidedly the best neniralizer is ordinary druggists bteuratal mag- nesia. You can gel.II at any dtus store for a few cents. Take "a'tea- spconlul in "a quarter glass of water after each mial. The relief will be Advi. CARDSTON HAS HEALTHY FOOTBALL ASPIRATIONS E. N. Barker a Leading Llnht of Hie Garnt Material Glvea Hope March foptbail enthusiasts are getting rearly. for a Blrcnuoiis foothall season. A meeting" la to bo held shortly for re- organiKalion, but'play Is lo faegiri at lonce. K. Harher is one of the piipliers in tiin Old Country gamo at Cardflon, and If necessary will get out on thfi (Eelil this year. Besides such of last year's players as Dr. ..Lynn, llincks, llarr, Honson and Cajjl. Fred Woods, there are several i new men that will greatly strengthen Urn team. Cardalon wiil ao In this year to win all that is open for Southern Albert a. Kt PaKp, Tex., March ap- ppAl to save the lUr. of his uliom (Jpntral Villa has KrcuHon if a ransom of OQU. pesos Is r.ot paid into the ('on MiluUotialKt tifASiiry.'was inaricycs at is in (his tily on hii-sinpss, by General l.ni orEanhcd, bM vurcnascrl tho milk busiiitFa ta UM of Chailic) LAST CALL For Free Pants Tomorrow is trie Last Day for Free Pants. Why not take advantage of this Sale and order your Spring Suit Now. Imvc been a wholesale importing house, ono hundred ami twenty-live Suit Ends of imported English Worsted Suitings nt. cents on the dollar. These Suitings wore intended for another tiiilor who mokes nolh- ing less than -SSiThnd -S40 Suits, Ijnl ow.ing lo the money stringency he. was unable to lift them, hence our good fortune. Wo pass them on to yon lit llic usual prire, -S20, and an extra pair of pants in the brtrgain. Out of town customers write for samples and self-measuring chart. Only nuiil orders bearing post murk of Saturday, Hardi 7th, will be given free pants. 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