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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1911 THE LETHBRIUGK DAILY 1IKKA1.J) PACE FIVE .Oii'jOij, 7 Fi :'M 1 nittd Sl-X'oSli LilVlSHiN' llarissicy 2, (Inrn: 1. llljehr-r.i.1 1, T-J'.VI. 1. liury 1, l.c.-.is I'ky 1 1. N'ntU i ll'jil'iersi.rlil 1, llri-.l.il city Hull C y i, CHALLENGE Jack Taylor Heard WanU to Meet Ellison (i, W. Arsenal i. Ste crally PITCH i-rcMit for, cnl hy ;neans tlio teasl jnteieslinR being tiial tjetwceti Ilnrold Milburti anil Iltakelcy, the aicntilJC eight-year- olds. from the boxing: the- ev- ening generally was a great .sneers, tbc cornnittlec responsible for -tlie! ratne Leinj; made up oi G. Spark, W. i. V. Halch- elter, J. IMchards, J. N'cwman, W. .Martin, II. WooOs, Davies wA J. Ridley. FURX1SIIED KICE.S' (iO The. first bovine ho-Jt oE the even- Ing between Harold Milburn aud rcferced in grand while Mr. S. One feature (jl 'hi' Heap acted ai Car- cted as time-tapper. lej-'s pilchinE. the hasc-nm- 1 it conclusion nt the thc-ning of Sridenl.KT.fr. wlio twice got At tin by to first on stolt secoi.il on; suitable lo -the occasion by Messrs. nothing, stole third or, nothii.g K. MrRra, Vtillwoitli, l.auJ- a tango tiwiic on nothing, er, FrHilic Alqi. Iliaccli. The league rulrs outsiders titorse. SiurkSi' K. It. Newman, am! to play i" the Wains: The Herald II. WorjJs, redtation by Messrs. haJ 1ml one ru.jer on their Simpson am! Korslrr, violin sob by. Ti.e svore Airs. Murray pianofoitc solo by Hob Charleton elds' (Jance b) Grn. I SparL, anil sclectioiis by Hairy Nicholson Woods on Ihc piano ami Doi.cy's or- Kane chesua. (iOl.P PLAYER OK 11KXOWX f'rey .1. II. one of the town's best' Jones Travcrs Hlakclcy showed tlio crowd just ;viiat these youngsters knew about the game and the manner in which both stood up gave and for Seven Persons, to which place he took punishment galore clidteil been transferred as manager ol roarious rounds of applause. The oth-ithc Union Hank. jilajers and cnlleis, IrJt today Fit-Reform Be A Leader JEl-Killop Carlcy IllCIEALf) I 3 3 4 j r, 7 T'l. I 1 I 1 I 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 2 1 (I 1 1 1 0 1 0 I 0 1 0 i 3 0 0 I 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0- i J. JJcl'to Seidenbccher !i. .Md'hcc llaighi N'eison 136114 3-2S II. C. 0 0 0 ft 0 1-1- 2 101.0-210-5 0 0 1 i) 0 2 3 ft 0 0 0 1 1 i- 0 0 3 0 0 0 0- 2 .'..'0 1 Q.I 1 1 0- 4 1 1 4 11 S_2-21 Ilatleiies t'arlcy ;inil Scid i enhechcr and Haight. BE the first to wear the new Spring Styles. Identify yourself with the well-dressed men about town, by wearing the new Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats at the very beginning of the new spring season. We are ready to show you the corredt models for spring in both Suits and Overcoats. up. WINS BOUNDARY.- HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP Honors of 1913-14 Season Grand Forks Forfeits llossland. H.C., .March boelc season is over for this year, will (lie Trail club carrying oft tbe laurels Grand Foifcs refused lo come to Tfai for tfac fioirt r.mtch of tbe, round fo Ihc Kootenay-Bo-jndarj- championship aurt tlie Nelson Daily Cujj, an the Same ami stiver a-pre forfeilcj ti Trail. At-Grand Korlis on Frida: lilghl, Trail possessors Bride cup. ernblcmatlc; of the clisnv Jack 1'avlur to the HemW, challoiiEinf Jack HE- lison of lo a In I.ethbridsc. td.vi lic'l) agree to tliro-.v KHiFon twice in sixty of act- ual .iiid will in at ISO T.iylor is to bet en bis MITH TO BATTLE LANGFORD r purl C'o'JUty 1. ni'.ST DIVISION' Kverion 1, Cily 2, u. ToltC'i.naNi HolhTur 1, Vro-stcri N'Mlh Ki.d 0. llollon i, Vest Aliiiom 0. Hangers 2, L'lyde Al.enlfi-i: J. Morton I. Ainirieoninns I'niti'd 1. Dinr.harton :t. Hearts of MiJI'itliiiiD fi, Kilinarr.oek ill-V ;lil M'C ll I-'DTI! yours MIMI lliai ilic liu'lil. >i niiiii'. solil MI a low jiricc, il tiio t all (lie i'ollow- Honrv led. .lljrs is of Tord var U fix lifly; [he town j'. o. ii. Kord, Ont-. tiijiHl' lit. Cu :iTul l-articolars VIRTUE 15HOS. 3rd Avenue Lethbridge SIR GEORGE. ROSS DEAD (Continued 1'rom Frrnt to Meet Bos'.on ''Tar Baby" Over Twenty-Round Route in London on June 13 London, March mlth, conqueror o' Air.ETican opes." was matched [o inert :am Langfonl, tlie lioston "lar ver- tho ir.venty-ro-jr.il route. Ttic will lio Oe'cMtd here on June 3. Tlie result rrobably will ellmiu- i the loser.us a contender for tfcu world's chamnionshtp. Raitli Itovrrs ;f, Hamilton Atadeiii- SOUTHF.ltX Bristol Kovers 2, Nnnvich City 1. Merlliyr Town 1, Watford H. WCitham 1, Coventry City 0. Plvir.n'jlh Areylc 0, Crystal f'alace (1. Soutiiampton 2, Heading 1. Swindon '1'o.vn Cillinghaui 1. C'ardifi Cily (J, Xorthamplon 0. feeler Cily o, Koulh Knil t'nilnl proviiicial politics, taking tbe port- folio of education under Premier Mowat. lu the legislature he also rep- resented West -Middlesex. Un Vremier Hardy's retirement, in October, 1839. Sir Oeorge succeeded iii! as premier, oitu-s held CATARRH! OF THE BLADDER; 24 Hours prrsMcnt ot tlic Dominion Education- __ Assotialion represented Onlarin till Ihc final defeat of his. party at-at tlic-coronation oi King EoVard Ihc polls in Ke'jruary. 1903: alter- Quren Alexr.ndra, in Westminster n-artis acling as leader oi Ihe oprio- Abbey, in 1902; called to the Sen- in the legiilalure till his by Karl (irey in January, 1907, cointnient to the Senate, oi uhich ,vas knighted by King George in he uas elected Liberal leader in Hie fall of 1912, on Ihe death cf Sir i liichari! CaitwrigU. i During his career as a sdioohnas- ter ar.il inspector, the fnluic premier of Ontario studied law became a solicitor in 1S53, and v.as calle.l lo HARVARD SPORTS NET Football, Baseball, and Hockey Self- Supporting for Shows Deffcit ambriiJse, March vard earned-SSO.COu from suorls last, veaf. The yrofit from football was J? I baseball ana hock- ey 'wire'.Mlic Eelf-supiioiling sporls. .Tbe a deficit.' Milwall Hove Albion 1. 1810. A Free Mason and a Presbyterian, Sir George was an elder of St. An- drew's Church, Toronto, and was twice a delegate to 1'un-Presbytelian Conferences, one in Glasgow, in 1SCC, and in N'ew York, in OliI Alleysiaiis C, Uli! Tayiors 0. liichic.ond llnsslyn I'ark 'J. Deronriort Albion J, Swansea 0. Army Navy 11. Harlequins 15, Leicester -1. ntai-klralh 31, London Welsh S. Xortbaniplon 1C, 11. Briziiton !'nr As a parliamentary orator, publb S on a rccl. fr took. procity with tlio United Sir' ank acd was relcrred to by tlie Ceorge, in 1SS2, introdnceil a rcsolu-1 Tnrrinlo olobe as "A Monarch oi in the House oi Commons which Merciianl pulisetjuently gave rise to an agita- j '_______________ I lion locJibg to that end. Tlie agita- j jtion flickered and flared intermittent- culminated the. I MrGOORTY vs. CARPENTIER French'ChaaiTiorv Id Meet American on Irish Soil March Mc- Goorty, the Wisconsin boser now lu Australia, will meet Georges i tier, the Krench u: a tout in Ireland somp Tho v.....MUJ is expecled to have an. iniporl- WOH to 2 aiid liccamo 'antilieafitiB -on. their claims 10 the ihc Sir Ricliard Me- cbamiiloiisliip. .-Xevrs of-the arrangements for tho SCOTTISH CPJ> CrlasgoM, March arc tbe results ol the four games played in 'the iu'jrth round of the trcottlsh j Cup, Ihe games being eonU'Steil nn the I grounds oi thp first nnir.ed clubs: Thirii Lanark 0, Slevesion United Molhenvcll 1, Celtic 3. St. Mirrcn I, 1'nrtick Thistle u. Queen's I'ark 1, Hibernians 3. posal of.1311, UP Paymaster of Big St. Louis pro] met sudden death at the polls. As a member oi the Fourth" Ks- tate, George u-as for a time edi- tor'of the Slrsthroy Age part pro- priclor nf the Evpositor; con- of lln: Ontario Teacher, an ctucaiioha! journal, nnd at one limo one- of The chief editorial writers for the Toronto Tilobe. Always a strong temperance pfonship of the interior. The ice was hout "reached Chicago in a very poor and as Trail had belter McHoorly, who saiil he would they insisted on Uic'sccon.J match Sydney ou March IS for Dublin. McKelvie McGuke being played at Trail, InBteatl of at as first arrange J. Grand Forks refused to play at Trail. Last niglit at Xclson Grand Forks won an cvhibition game, 4 to 0. Most the teams have disbanded for the winter. TROTTING MAYOR King George s 10 Richard Croker, tlio former Netv York liollllcian, iri said lo have offered putsc' of for ttic batlle. WAGNER Piltsh'urg. PR., March MONARCHS MAY DEFAULT GAME he was, in JBiif, elected Most Worthy Patriiirdi ot tlic Sons of Temperance he paymaster. of Asnrrira attenrted the Brit- ish and Colonial Temperance Con- gress he'd in London in 1SSG, aitd was a virc-president of the On- tario 1'rohibitory Alliance in A nast of the Canadian Authors1 Society, Sir George was the author ut several brochures, among' o'Jicrs Inilucnccs in Shoe Factory SL Mo., pay- master of the Brown Shoo Company robbed of at a factory of tho company this afternoon, accord- ing to a report telephoned the ilolice headriuarters. Tho robbery coinrnitted by two men, who jumped from an automo- bile, ran into the factory and held up Winnipeg, Man., March new sprung in the Allan Cup trouble this mo Hepresent- Canadian ''Shall Canada be Always a Dependency of the Em- pire "The Making of the. Cana-r dian Coiibtitution1'; "The Kislorical of Plains of Ahrd- SIGNS 6. John P. u .horlstop his siyned contrct to club headquarters tortay. ifn is the. last; atlve Clauilo Kobinson isirud accre- anit several treatises relating tary Northey of thtj o! the to the schools ol Canada and decision of tho Mooarchs in rcrnsing countries. He also to def'-'inl the ulthout the scr- William in "liic Li vices of Dick Irvine. Xorthcy has. Times of the Hon. Alex. Mackenzie." nnd whether he will Some oi the positions held by Sir [luring his busy iiie, uhich J. It. Mngawnn. Mount Sterling Ky, KING GEORGE NAVY PLUG OHBWING TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELFl' It surpasses all others in quality and flavour because ihc process by which it is made differs from is ddli- ciously sweet and non-iirilaling. SOLD EVERYWHERE: 10o A PUUfl ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC MOTORCYCLE ELECTRICITY EVOLVED BY THE 1914 INDIAN A New Standard In Motorcycle Values When yen buy an INDIAN" you b'JS' an International Service tia ns the Undisputed Morjarch of Motorcycles. Price up CALL AND SEE DEMONSTRATOR D. E, MAGDONALD AGENT FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA Rear 412 5th Street South. Lstb MECHANICAL EXPERT Wailing for the Championship to Be Decided T. R. A. A. May Challenge, for the Allan Cup Toronto. Ont.. Vic- toria OU') team, co.tst worlictl o'.il at tho. Arena this inorn- hig, ami jJcsiiJto Hit: lonp Journey east anil cramncil legs, look like a miKm? strong team. They prac- lice at tho Arena daily. If tlie Cauadlons win tim NMI.A., they will go to Montreal .it once lo work out tiiere Tor the world's series T.It, ft A.A. may not challenge for liic Alton CHS. but tboy may tako a Itrip to lo play the Mon- or let [he Manarchs challcngu them for ll.o IVi'utt cup, and pJay the gamo here at IJic Arena. WANAMAKEfl GIVES BALLOON New York, March tat In ballooning ns an international i spoil 'was marked ItpJay. hy the enlation of a large racing balloon the Aerrt rlnh of Amtrioa Hod- mati WftTiamalscr to'be used for the defence .of the inteitiulional cup In the conlest of October ft uesit, slail- lug frum Kant03 City Break Whiskey's Grip on Your Loved Ones Drankards win toll you ivlth tears of sincerity thai they do not want tu tlrlnk. The craving comEng from the Ir.fiamed meinbraucs of tiia Btomaohi, drives them to it. Alcnra n-lll fiootho the trembling nerves .nnj remove the craving ihiit Js ruining your nomc and stealing an oihcnvlEc kind husband or father from you. It costs only per box nr.il if H doos not euro or benefit afier a trial the inouey will be re- funJcJ, Alcura Xo. J. is tasteless and can be given secretly in Tea. Cofiee, or food. Ateura. No. 'l. is tnken volun- tarily by those Milling io litilp thctn- SClVOri. AlcurH can now he obtained at our etore. Ask for free booklet tclllns all about It ami sivo Alcura a trial. .1. D. -Higinbothnm R C.6, Limited, Ltthbrfilge, Alberta. Ttie Worlti- Famous Repu t aiion Of by the superior Canadian Service In operation SauthtnipUn (via Queen to Halifax And Part I and anrf Llvsrpoo! (via Qyoarstown) to Halifax, Portland and Boston. splendid fttrviot Tn to Canafla; the magnificsnt appoint- ments of (be Ehipi; caurttouc attention of all oharocUrfilio 'of tho Cunard Corirpany And ilrong featurst in making yaur decialon havo friandi and coma out from OLD COUNTRY to Canada The Cunard Way FrequoM SAlllnga. Magnificent <1M3) twin ateamen cinylni one nMse (II.) cub.ln or.d third only. Cunnrd'Cb. iTlft mainljlni New Quoanilown, Flihgyard, Liverpaof. Quienitown, Flfhaukrd, Liverpcol. York, Adrlalio. Ireluding tni in tho warU. "MxjrsltnU Now building S.S. "AURANIA" Tonj for Service. Full Information u to salllns rrsprvatlonj dejrrlp- ,llvo llteraturs lo bo had rrom any rnllivny or suimihlp asonU or The Cunard Steamstilp Co. Ltd 364 MAIM 3TREF.T, WINNIPEO a, B. Mitchell, Agent, Ltlhbrldgc A1U ;