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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lfcthbridgc Daily Herald, Page 7 The Alexandra Hotel. Exclusively on the European Plan Hurrah for the Queen of Lethbridge Hotels j Now Open to the Public t No spared to make it what as Lethbridge should have, the leading cities of the one of west CAST OFF RACE HORSE HAS MADE FORTUNE FOR OWNER H. G. Bedwel! Has Won Over j Already This Career on the Turf Sain Francisco, Mar, 7. Although the racing season of -J910 Is only two jnonths old, the stable of H. G. Bed- well has won more than or an average of each since January Bed well's horses have haeh raced at Juarez and Oakland, In an interview.Bedwell recently told many incidents of his career. He is ihirty-six years old, and as a school- boy in Kansas rode many races in matches. In early manhood he was elected County Clerk of Grand June- lion, Col. In 1898 he owned a livery stable there, and while there he fell In with a negro horseshoer who owned fie Baldwin bred Los Angelanos, which ic bought for and in 1907 wou a our mile race with him iu Oakland. This gelding really started lied well on the road to fortune, which, he since acquired. Bedwel! says that he tries o study the temperament of every lorse, and there is, no set of rules which can De followed in training, as I there are seldom' found two horses of the same disposition. Last year he won more than with his horses. Not one of them, except Prince Ahmed, was a really high-class racer. PHSTI Moderate Prices Will Prevail Everybody Welcomed N. H. MURRAY, Proprietor Wanderers Look Like Stanley Cup Holders Ottawa Defeated In Close Match Which Practi- cally Decides the Championship Of theN.H. A. Ottawa, March game and with their usual spectacu- WESTON MAKES dlXTY- F1VE MILES IN A DAY Raton, N.M., Mar. Pay- son Weston, who left Springer this morning at 1 o'clock, was reach Raton early this afternoon. Al- though the is 42 miles the veteran pians to press on to Trini- dad to-night, making sixty-five miles for the day. the longest on record. game oE last night resulted 3 to 1 in favor -of the Wanderers. The 'close- ness of- score and the fact that-the highest honors in the hockey world trembled in the balance, causing in- tense excitement from beginning to end. But Saturday there was little lar stunts. The play in fact was far more one- sided than the score would indicate. Lesseur's wonderful work in the Otta- wa flags saved ten or twelve sure goals. Hern at the other end of the rink, had little to do, Marshall' or DON'T GO HUNTING around for a place where you can get reliable sporting goods. Come right here and you can get what you want with your eyes shut. 'OUR SPORTING GOODS ARE THE KIND that real sportsmen tie to. They are the kind that are meant for and will stand hard service. They are not made in toy factories, but by men who re sportsmen themselves. he use of further hunting when you an get so well suited here? The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. I.J1U.. lillin., 11 dU ,LI ULrils UV, 1VJ.CIJ. >3UCfclA doubt left as to which team was su-i Johnson as a rulestopping the Ot- o> MAJESTIC THEATRE SPOKANE WOMAN AGREES WITH JIM CORBETT AND WANTS TO SEE FIGHT I I Wednesday Evening, March 9th LETHBRIDGKE Vt. Choral CjuKoncert Full Chorus and Orchestra PLAN NOW OPEN AT RED CROSS DRUG STORE E. A. CUNNINGHAM, Pres. ANDREW TILLEY, Musical Director MISS JESSIE D. Hi ELTON, Secretary-Treasurer Spokane, Wash., Mar. Igjiajed over in real wholesome pleasure unn, a society woman here, has writ- en a very interesting letter to the ipokesman-Review, advocating the ad- mittance of women to the big fight next 4th of July. To the 'Sporting Editor of The Spokesman-Review: I want to con- ;ratulate Mr. Corbett for his letter of February 28 favoring allowing women, to -see the big prize fight between Jef- Everything about it was perfectly de cent.' I didn't hear an ungentlemanl} remark from any one there-that night 1 can't believe it is any worse to attend a prizefight than a basebal game, horse race or( football game, class football beneath "a prizefight in brutality. I enjoy reading the sporting page and every morning-flop pennies to se fries and Johnson. Why shouldn't wo-1 who gets it first. perior; the Wanderers proving a won- derful aggregation on the soft ice, while the Ottawas again failed to meet expectations. Strength and co- alition told and in each instance for- une once more smiled on the red- banded players from the metropolis. Had Stuact not been injured in the Renfrew-Ottawa struggle, Ottawa might-'still have held the champion- ship, for Bruce is a wonderful.gener- al and the Wanderers had learned to "car the great captain of the Ottawas Stuart's absence pointed to many as the .cause of Ottawas downfall. The Wanderers on Saturday did not play as brilliantly by any means as against the Renfrew team at the creamery town. Never-the-less they adopted the same stav-with-you style of- play obtaining a lead early in the tawa attack before the men in red, white and black had steadied for the shot. Hern made a few sensational saves and the goal that did get by him was shot by Walsh striking the Wanderer'? net guardian's skate and slid into the cage. The Wanderers' win practically as- sures them of the championship o the National League, and with it the famous Stanley Cup. They have only lost one game this season which was to Hailcybury, one teams in the league. of the weakes The Ottawas have lost two .games, both to thi Wanderers. They also meet the fas Renfrew team this week. The Wan dcrcrs have one more game to play I and that with an inferior team. HONE 1032 412 ROUND ST Brief and Breezy THE BATTLER IS BOOKED FOR ARMY OF DEAD ONES men be allowed to see the greates boxing match of the time. I know that there are many women like myself that are very fond of athletic sports, and if it is made possible for women to attend I will be there. I am proud to say that when Jeffries was here on his tour of the country I went to see him and never enjoyed myself so much in my life. I was one of the few women, I hardly believe more than 200, at the Auditorium that night. I have-seen a lot of plays from n front of -those footlights, but none hat I ever enjoyed so much and laugh- TELLER SHORT SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS Philadelphia, March J3. Larscn, receiving teller of the I'hl'a- SLAYEfc IS FOUND AFTER LONG QUEST Father Scoured Two Continents to Find Man Who Killed His Daughter at Wedding Chicago, Mar. father's searcl dclphia branch of the First National Bank oi Canidcn, N.J., sucr-jn Icrcd to the. local police early toiliy whtn he learned that he was wanti'l almost three years in two ontinent charge of embezzling of the (for the slayer of his daughter was re Institution funds. vealed here in the arrest of Kleebritz .._ it' _ _ i_ 1_ A A (IT fT 1 t A tho If more women enjoyed baseball and sporting events I believe it would-im- prove the standing of these sports. And I-have lots more respect for a woman that enjoys athletics than for one that, prefers to sit and gossip about her sister lodge members; I think the 'promoters' -it to the women to take 'care of "them- selves at such an. event and that they will please hundreds all over the coun- try who will want to go. I hope to be one to see the big fight next July. MRS. 'IGNA G.UNN. E2S09 Cleveland Avenue." WhatShuster Said In Spokane (Spokane Medicine Hat, winner' of the Twi- light league penants in 1907 and 1909, will put a team in the field. Umpire Shuster of that league, who was here a few weeks ago, said that the Knows WKere He's At Patsy Donovan, manager-of'the'Bos- ton Reil Sox, denies that aaj his team's extra outfielder and that he was planning to" get'tack in che game. "It's says Patsy. "1 do not think' Speaker, Hooper or Niles would let me carry their "gloves. TIT be in uniform and on the lines. But there will be'young, spry fellows playing the game. The only! chance Hat would be abandoned this year be-1 for .me to in- a championship to the police had been takin bank's money for several years. He I Hiotis- 20 years old. According to the Spolice, the prisoner admitted his iden- tity and confessed to killing the-girl Filipiee Damaskis, 17 years old, but. men who possessed more means than insisted that the affair was accidental. said his downfall was due to small salary and trying to keep up with he did. Do You Realize 1 What an Important Work the Kidney3 Do? Do you know that every drop of your blood goes to tHe kidneys hundreds of times every day? Do you know why? To filtered and purified'from iU impurities. the great work kidneys to do. They filter blood. Then these impurities go to i bladder and passed out of the body along with the unne. Do you think it possible for.YOU to be well, unless this work thoroughly? It is these unfiltered backaches, head- aches, rheumatism, diabetes, etc. They poison and interfere with jystem. 4 If you havt any kidney trouble i Doan1! Kidney Pills do for you what they have done for thousands of otherr They cure all forms of kidney trouble, j and they cure them to stay cured. j Mrs. Maurice Doiron, Charlot'etown, P.E.I., I was troubled with nay I kidneys for five years. They were so bad times that I could not cross the floor for the pain. I went to a doctor, but he did mo no cood at all. I sent to the druggist and got five boxes of Dosn'i Kidney JPills, and I_am glad to say thai "Me loved my said Peter i Damaskis, the girl's father, "but my did not want him for a son-in-law. They quarreled and Hiotis killed the girl. Hiotis denied that he was in love with the girl." The tragedy was enacted in Greece on July 21, 1907, afcocrding to Damas- kis. A celebration was being held fol- lowing the marriage of a sister of Hiotis. During a dance the Damaskis girl fell dead with a bullet in her neck. She had been dancing with a sxipp.osed rival of Hiotis. cause of its poor drawing power, but a recent meeting the the directors of the club, attended by Billy Hulen, for- mer Indian captain, developed an en- thusiastic interest in the game and an assurance that plenty of financial sup- port for the club would not be lacking this season. Hulen, who goes under the name of Hamilton in the upper country, will again head the club, according to all probabilities. He was at the meeting when the1 Medicine Hat backers signi- fied their intention of continuing in the league. Bill has a good cigar and saloon business in that city and it game is for the'Red Sox'to win the pennant by September 30, and then I might go in the outfield And play for the rest of the season. When you see me playing again you'll 'also note Charley -Comi-skey covering first 'base for the White Sox. Connie .Mack catch ing for the Athletics and Jack O'Con- nor catching for the Browns. I know "BATTUNG NELSON; PHOTO Billy Papke is threatened with ex- communication from the Societe- de Propagation de la Box of Paris for a recent assault; on McKetrick, :a. 110- pound boxer, as the outcome of a lec- ture Papke's style, by MoKHtrick, which the fighter resented. Pat Dougherty, the big outfielder, did not join the White So on iheir training trip. It is said not to be any dispute over the terms of the contract, but a desir.e on Dougherty's part to quit the game. He is said to be inde- pendently wealthy. There is joy. in .Washington.-Walter ohnson has sighed with the National lub, and all matters have been patch-' d up with the pitcher. Johnson has een holding out for more money, and t -didn'i take the Washington club ong to come across. Jolinson is one the star pitchers in the American eague, and will be a big factor in bringing the Washington club out of .he cellar of by James J. Griffin of -San Francisco, jri as the referee. Welsh at first in with a proviso that the' fight take place stated on 133 pounds ringside, but j this month. Nelson declined the offer i when McFarland called attention to! on the ground that he could not. get -the fact that the lightweight limit in j into condition before May. He, -how- (England is 13i> pounds, weigh in at the! J ever, believes that Griffin will agree above time, he was sustained by'the to the later date. critics. v New, clean, up to date. 444444444-H-44444444444 4 UPTON'S POOL ROOM I 4 BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA 4 BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER 4 4 Basement of the Oliver Block AH white help. Good menu. Quick service. Next Arlington Hotel I I I I Orders for draying left here wiU receive prompt attention. M M ;