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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiirila.v.M:iiTli11.1!nf. Eleven Naps At $30,000 Then club owner says he will give $15,0c0 for two of them KubIiIp Fulli'^niiii. CliicuRn base Ijiill CrIUc, i'.as Koiip on recoi-fl wiili the latemeiit Ihm lie would not aivc for II O|pvol!uici incniile. The Niips liicludod In iliis lisi of Kill-rioii umjcsirablfs. They Will tn All Probability Come Together loi- IiiiiiiuIk :u San l''raii(jisio. Miir. -'I'Ihisp wliO|lphiiiy wigl) lo Hfii' till' lipiivywpI^IiI i'hnin-liloiishlp ic-cii|)lII 1(^(1 by soinf hope of tbp white ilut will have lo fi.\(>i-clsH patifu;;e, fruin ilic look of ililiiRs ai pvepc-n:. The i'l^siili or ilial IIIIU' ai-lair ill London has ri'iidci'ed ilic sii-UMiion woiBf i ban hvit .loluison is I'li'nily iiiii-onclii-'l in ihi' iiosiiion hi' bn-oi, p in.v one ui'iAbiiit; (j\(m- I4(i '�irA-.i!'.'- in � prix.Minhii'it;- | ^j,,,, I'ric supi(.ni.icy cd ihc wliiir 1-1, �.. uodd I wjMi sn innrh .Miniiird. i llinn^s ;i sH�t;f;^tinn I ,,|,ps,i,|| is, Who uill h:indb' il'..i. ihoniili. .inn, |;,iv'' To lipiiin wilb. i!i.-, becouu' involved in a � iKinipionsiiii) disiiuic with a man of bis oivn (olor.. for the reason Mial niatelies bet ween iiegroen do not draw. He sa,\a c>n I bo piii|iei' monetary show-inu lieinH mad" he will taekle any white man who ha.s liie public iti-dcr.senieni as a fi: and proper c-andi-d.Tip for Ihe rhampiunshlp. '. Well, bolore iK-ln.:;' considered a v.iiri iiy opponent for .lobii.son it v. ill be necessary for the white man to defeat l.anEford. Who is there in slghi that Is 'eritial to the task'.' Who is ,i.lie whim hope anxious to ir.v his hand at putting Laiijilord out of the cha'tn-liloiiship rnnning.' Some day, of eotirso. the while niaii will be on :op again, bin .iiist now wfiat -wl-.h the .lolinsons, the Landlords, tlf' Hank ilriffins and a few others, iheiv is noi much about the heavyweight end of ))imilisin to Inspire hope. It's not so bad lower down the scale. There are no (leorp'e Di.xons. .loe j CiunBes and .r liiiL',li .Mcliilosh hu.- oi: \iisliaiia' 'for i be uo. iilid .lolih-m nd old liiib ] 1 hi' be i. ants all of .f :;� ; cM-ii v. ith j end if he api'ecs lo hu\ an Indlf j .Mae Is one of liie ..-lii H- l.e>;t Ihe af-no' Ihe licM inir 111 .!h' n,- S:;e,iiici i ^ i-. plied ! .�""i I'll- I'l-, .iia;iford. pv.di'S! pill- leieiii ;ibowiiig wilii AI K.iiifuim. eX ' moiers I lie wide world oM.r, :iiid be plained aw.iy on ibe score licit he had ! knows lliar a bia iiic'-b in i'.liich both sufler.^d injiir.N- lo his .�ii-iii '.vliile fiuh:-! men are colored IimiiIms ureal risk Ii.k; alter lickins .lack llurie;. of Sal-ilia. i nd lnoli.-ldy luuliiiu I'ej'y Officer Ciiiraii, when vicinry in sii;lH, li biv.:an " look as ilniu^li I'.ill had �A chine., lo v.Mik t'. Tommy Ross. AI Kaufman ami a few oiheis are aciive inenibeis. CardilT. .March had a deci.-i,,-lrel>;nd in ii:e i Kiig'iy v.anie i.-. cliam|iion'.!iiii played le'M,.. I eoiile ') i: ihe . siirprisiii!.. 'Ill 1.- -Wales \iciory over ii!i ei-nai iona I ' ilecjde the lie cime was I lioi...::iads jf e.-lli V..., uol e st.Tire was. Results of Today's Games Wales li. poiii's and Ireland n. to the i.iiise fiiriiisiicr li; had beaten l.angford .loliii?,,ii ni:,s;hi luu,' written his own tick':.' as 'li;t. ' week. ! I.oiidoc, .March I'. -The fourth round of the AsMoclaiion Ciin lo de-jcide who will enter t!,e seiiii-rinals i w.'.a playc'l off todn.\-, Th'.' feaiure i traiiic i-etween .Nev.-c.iis:!e and fterhy Iresulterl in an easy v.'ln for .NewcaKtic ;\vhii. Wesllinm made a s'rong fight Ifor the cu'i but were lieaten by Blacl,-iiurn Rovers. Follow iiii; are Ihe rt-suit.-: Clu'lsea :'. Swimloiilo'Vii I ; Weal ham Fnlied 2. Blackburn Rovers :i: .Newcastle riiited -1. Hcrliy County li; Hrjidlord City 1, Hurnley h. FoUowin.g are results of league games played today; First Division Rur\ 2. Tottenham liolspnr 1; NotiF C')iiii(y !. Old'haiii Alhlpiic b; Wool-, vvic], Arsenal I: I'lverion b; Asionvllbi  �J, IMsiol City P.; Siincierlaiid I. Sheffield XVedncsLlay 1;: Lauuasiei I'nite:! Preston b; Liverpool H. .�VlhldleBboro b. Second Division Harnsley '.i, Mnil City  . Blackpool . I. (Ilos.-^op b; Clapton Orient 2. J..ln-i colli City a. (lainsboroutrh Town l.i Holion Wanderers n: L,eicester Fosse: -. West Broinwich Albion :!; Stockport Couiiiy 1. Bradford h; Wolverhampton i Wanderers .3, Hirmiugham 1. ! I Southern Leaau* i Bristol Rovers (.. Now Brompton 8;.� ' ItJxeter City 2, Oueen s Park 2; North-i atnplon ;;. Liiion 1. Portsmouth Ij'; .Norwich Cliy 1. Crv.stal Palace v2,� .Coveniry h;ity hi Brentford S, Soutbi, . Knd I'nited 1; Leiton 4, Sonthamptons n; Watford 2. Phnio.ilh b LKSTKK PATKJC K Wi:i)S MISS LYNNi BRIDE SISTER OF MRS. G/ A. Bij HALL-CEREMONY AT VlCTOR.-i,;; lA YESTERDAY-HONEY- ^ > MOON IN EAST Vi.noria, .Mar. !�. -Leaier Palnck;-! .NielFionK famoiiH hockey player, w�Bi:: married here todav to iVIiss (irace Lynn, sister of M s iDr ) � ^ Hill, lormerly of ;he Kootenay cip'^W itul. Kev. Dr. Reil officiated. Supporting the groom was Frank^ Patrick, also a good plaver of un-,' nsiial skill. -vw:; .Mr. and .Mrs. I'm nek loft for -a' honeymoon tour to Chicago and De-;^! troit, whence they will rcttirn to-Nel- ' son. Harry Wright, M.P.P., was prominent giiee at tbe ceremon}. m 1^ ^51 WEEKLY FOOTBALL REVIEW Written Especially for The Herald .SIncH I wrote in this city and haw shown them- wrote iny last coniribiiilon^i iug clubs, v.-as rather discouraging.. ling one's lenipcr. There is much to ! am pleased tu see ths: seveijl of the They were i iiriied down flat. I am no^J bo f,;,-,] j,, favy,- of tooiball for our ! selves incapable of handling liie game, clubs In uirii have become active.- 1 i sure that we should be Iiirned down in ; bo,v b. and \ery lit i le agalnsi. iiroviding ^ .\l v propo-f^ition is, to m.'-is! on eve r.v am nor an egotist ami d.i iioi .--ay ihai , this way. 1 understand lha: the park., ihe ^lanie is ruled liy a compeeni ref-^naii. who ' wishes to ivfeiee iindci It Itt wholly due lo my inmarkE thai , or a part of ihe park, was iniended tiieso .several clubs have held meei-ifor ihe use of siiorts and I fail to see ioiisly discussed and \r.%*, elecred officers and m:ide ar- what games can po^ibly he played in | suiijei" rangements for liie coming season, jit. when walks are to be laid from j lereeiiij; However, f do feel |i:a a new inler- one side lo the other and from corn-j est has been creaied. judging from ihe . er 'o corner. eree and lhat brings us on to a var-; going a strict examina ion, by a body very imijorratii : of men who thoronghU nnders-tani' 1 lefcr to leierees and re-. the game. After lhat e.vaminatb.ii has 1 tlon'i know wheiher ii j,^ bppn s.nisfacKirialy jiassed. lei iln III".�use we no coiiipeieiii ref- candidtite lor referee, lie gn en charge I I 'trees ill Leihl,ridge or wheilier the of a pr.m;i ic game .ind !el : he ex;i mlii- talk thar 1 have overheard on t he , beaut itied and still have a>spaee left , ,:|,bH are ;oo hard to please, panic-. ing commiit"e he er m ,-.iiici7e his .ireets and I have been palled on the for football, lacrosse or baseball and! elarl.v ihe losing dnb. 1 liavo' seen work. .Should tlie man work out well li could be^ ver.v Icick by gome and called down by oth- 1 feel iliai. some method of obtaining fra. both tincouBCioimly. One pertec!-'the rightB of the sporting element of l;. eligible complain; has been intide by ; this city should be resoi led :o. a team win a game and liave no com- then you have a lefeiTc who can be plaints against the referi'e. | have depended ii|ion lo rule a game as ii I seen ihe same leani lose ajiaiti. under ' should be ruled, lull, ajiari from ihe :he secr.etary of the Briitanlas F. C.. We depend entirely on voUtntary i the whistle of ihe same releree, and man's abilitv he niiisi have the .= up--Mr. W. b. .McMillan, under (be head-1 snhscrlptions for Ihe rftipport of the I the feeling towards ihat referee has: port of :he ciiv l-ague ".xeciitivv in ing of "A Mild Kick." and I v/ill en-� league and it is a moral certainly that | been eniirely differem. .Vow, 1 have ^-ase or cases vOiere lie may have to' Walehed (luite a number of games in ' report pla.vcrs for offen"ii. �fG. In goes anything from ' is an iiiie,- iiupossibiliiy. A foul mav Hale my claim to that trust as the'""" 'ei'ts upwards. To a certain ex-' happen nhen he lias bis hack iiirnell �e�son goei along. The idea of :hiF||.''"'' depend on catch cijstotnurs , io. a man. If he dld-noi see thai foul '' ".lusiified in giving a free weekly wrlte-tip Is. to create a larger '"' I''-"'' I need the co- U^'"!''" H'**' "i"^ square. Let operation of all the ''f f"''-^' '"uneil thai wo are There mus; be no aniagonistic loking 'I'-"'' "' '"'""'�^^ ''"'i''''" between 'The Man Ilohlnd," and the-'''ai. I" criticisms on mv pan of clubs or '""'l^all a""J �'!'->"' I- know vv.ijl help he is 1101 Kick. because a man claims, it. 1 read .in aii''Ie ill a paper a few da.vs agii. .\ mai'h v.,is being iilnyi'd be-I ween l-"iilliani and Cainsboi'o in l':ng-land. The rcieree was struck in liie face vvi II Ihe liail. He vvas s-nick so | inii " ovrcicii' a whole ha'rd ibai ti.r ,, liiil" while he was i ilis|itiies ,'.ii:.|i i..ive ;oiiie unable lo blow liis wiiistle. Anoiher similes'ion I would make wlib reierenic i, ;-eferpeing is. ibti .;ill linesmen be ncu'ral and ih.ii they exei-iisc ill' I'li.'.i'r allovvpil ih'~m un der the lilies ni :!ip game. i. e.. lluit they call tin,' H''eiiiion of the referee to ati.v d:. were unfortunate physically and mentally like Sum J.angford'on a foul ai Hugh .Me- .hanipiou bl. -Till-: M.\N Hi:illNli, In having to change their team bv loalup several good men. However, that is unavoidable, especially in this country. .Men are unsettled ai;d are �it lo leave one city for another,n; very short noiloe, hut. whenever it Is I. iBSihIo. il is certainly preferable to ii;ru out the same eleven right through tne season However. 1 hope lo see tl e Britts put out a strong eleven this feaaon. a!!d Judgin.a from 'he .='ip|iori (bey last year, 1 think tliai ihi-.v will have to b.' seriously reckoneii will). The A O. F. were anfortunale lunt year in not being able to finish their crtines bui wp must overlook that, il; was not entirely their fault.i Help them along this season. ANYBODY BUT JOHNSON rat I ling good cliance V > weight in America iii-k .!obn.--.on. The is :i bit loi big ami ceisized Sainiicd. md '� aiivibing doing he- d.Okies, ai leas' for riii aiid raiic\- \\iii"'^i c(U: ri'ii'iila r-sI J lo-s^L'. Take \'oiii" ].iik for oil ly ............^ti!0 I >o/e|i- of Sol'l I-'cit llal^ ill liiail)' (Ii iTcreii 1 -I \ le^ ami -liade- : reu'iilar to '^:'i. Takf^ your pick I'or oil I \- ..........$!."�0 'i . Slalcr Shoes in ho.\' and A'elour call': slaniped price *i-4-. (*ut pric(>................ ..'j*;j.55 Slalcr Shoes in Box and A'eimir ('all. Iliis.Nian Call', Paleiil (V�ll and \'ici I\id : stamped Cut price .................$-4.25 Slalcr Shoes in iieav_\' l�ox and uissian ci If. kanii'a i Oil. horse kid. etc. Slaniped price Chi itrice .............$i.85 Slater Slmes in vjei kid. Jehtlier liiic-i. iii'oad 'o( : stamjKMl ]>rice S�;.."''. . > pri.ct- .......$5.2.5 !-]xii'a fine kanjiavoo shoes; stanq* price-ST.OO. Cut |>rice .. .Vi.oO football does. It i# invigorating and Iniosh's club in London, Previous lo liiisl'i.v inr healthy. Every miist^le In the body this fight li(> liad been disii'ialificd for iliere '.vil Is brought into action when playing fonilng Pat Ciirran In a most deliber- i ween ilo ihia game. \\'lth the facilities now afforded to us by liie Y. .M. C. .A., a baih. and a rvib-down may be hjil af ter each game or practice. I vronld suggest that a league be formed and caps be given to each pia.ver of the winfflng club at the end 'ip, ilie shield or cup to be belli under i lie snnie cnndltions be. the (.oics held by the w-lnners of the .senior league. The caps, of ronrae, ate the properly for good of the winners each year. I a.e niaiiiier, hieing him tlire.. linies whiie Currnn wa ale. 'juirs Laugiiird wa." Hie lues.'Ill .As SIH''.|| lime.', lii.fiin. iilidei 1 aied b does lie' ai , He \i iini'..r^ 1 i .lac,'! ,' , inct.i .,' .. ( f r :� I. Mr. .May, of the Central School, i like :�.... 1 ail liatiilliig oil irinisliiiieiii .11 \\\\-^:- .ii.d I.e. ' - im .i-iie, , I,anil- v-ben; sirink ilie ilc' e lias fell blow whicli caused him :o ii-. tWf bis t^. iencc-. uualified Me \\(M;;d jiave beoii iie;. 1 en �' 1 be .'-a;.'. V o the iUiivcrl'L-il ri'.,?>-ie had hp gone field ..c li,.,\ on, ami It is I :cky for iiini iii;ii b, will probttbl; I 11. i lies., .oiiimils 111 i u.v I Laiiutord is a me,, t. 1 .�MM Tile public re..!ly ' I � iii'c ,, li.Mi he '-an do. j . dl.v tl.e r.e.v 'i(.s; niaii , ,-i.-,. and �' oul'l be i;;i, 1 a . tipinitiei,! wer. ti no: ; i� il, 1 he sill' . , V ; ici: ..^i d 10 lie lul'i 1 10 111 size 1 o go wii 11 j \'.'ill. lilli LailK out nfj l-.aufic.ii has a cleaie; '. '�. 'dgiii honors, ami In be the first nrii: ' These are only a few of the Bargains to be Had During this Sale .M a 11 \' people w i 11 I !i ke adva 1)! a :2'c 111 the o|�portnnitv rif l)iiyiiT,�r Si,.\Tr!l{ nImic^ .-il less ilinii i'(^:.;'ii I ;i r prices, so y(Mi hail heller c(�ine ( a riy-heforc I Ik hesi -izes a I'c .! 11 : .:i ken. lieinemher ihi- Cut Price StiIc colliiHciice-. .Mond;i\ iHoriiiiiu .iiid ciids March L*.''. .. football enthualaBt and f would like sorted � bab.. tictlcs .....av e iiuiself' luer  .K.l;ni!'-.n Ai v.r,� married ----- his ^'''W's on the sub- from being knocked 0111. Lang-r lamli- I'itisbiirg b.s .-.eek .md is now lait The result of the request to ihe. ^eci are. Meutally. football Is tt fine lings in this coujury ana Kngbuid are a lionevmooi. trip 1,;. ,..xp,^ u, \'- :ity council with reference to using ' Pastlme for our boys. 11 teaches tiieni about over. He is now a .iyed-ln-the-' maiched wiili .lohnson. who i.s'on 1 b, rjalt P^iik for football this year^ madeito act qtilcklv and to think miickly. li wool ha.t-been and will be tossed into: Pacific coast, laklng ihings eusv, u, by a delegation from utia of Oiur load-, also teaches them tUe art of coiurul- the discard withoui any further ado. | lore the sumnmr days are here. Eureka Theatre THE MENS MAN Fifth Street Lethbridge ;