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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LeUibnilge Daily IlentM Saturday, Marcli. I3J To be in the swim you s houId eat with the crowd at the new Alexandra Cafe Good music, from 6 to 7.30 p. m. Prices within reach of everybody. Come early if you want to get a seat. Bring your friends. Pri- vate' Dinner Parties a spec- ialty. CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH PLAYED BY CABLE States Compete New York, March 12th an- AUTO BEAT CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT BASEBALL AT FAST ICE BOAT nua.1 cable chess match between re- of Great Britain and the United States started to-day. The Americans playing in 'the rooms oi" the Brooklyn chess club, and the Bri- tish experts playing in tlie rooms off the City of London chess club in Hotel Savoy London. j Tbe match will terminate Detroit, ice boat row evening. On each day, the play 1 longer is tiie monarch of the frozen begins at 10 a.m., and continues un-J surface of Lake St. 'Clair. The vauii; til U p.m., with an intermission Tje-Ued speed of the white winged flyers twcen 1 and 2 o'clock for luncheon. Two direct cable the Brooklyn and While the contestants were seated at wires .connected London rooms. that have stood for many years loc- i ally as the personification of rapid locomotion, lias been forced to a -sec- ondary position, and the motor oar tlu- ten tables the spectators observed i now reigns champion, not only oi the the plays and the progress of the matches from ten largi chess boards ground but also of the congealed sur-; face 01 ihe body of water which1, on the walls, on which were indicated j boosts more ice yachfy than any other every move by the players. M" world. The British team consists of: 11. E.j in a race in which both motor car Atkins, J. II. Blackburn, ,T. F. and ice boat had every' opportunity rence, J. Blake, W. Ward, G. K. jto do their best, the motor oar won. Way new right, V. >L. Wa'hkuch, It. P.! Us margin was 'small, but -the ice Mitchell, U. A. Thomas and F. D. i yacht was 'beaten, and the time made Yates. showed that the result was no fluke, The American team Is composed of The.n-.ce was the result of a challenge; the following: J. II. Marshall, A. B. Matt Kramer, one of the leading Hodge, .1. F. Barry, 11 G. Volght, S.; veterans- of the yachting game and L. Stadelman, 'A. W. Fox, G. J. Sen-1 was made on behalf of the lake's eitzer, G. H. Wollbeir, it. T. Black, champion boa't, Challenger. It was L. B. Meyer, with A. F. Kreymberg j accepted by several of the local urtn- nna P. Hosenfeld as substitutes. j ufacturers, and the day was set for Baron Albert de -Rothschild, of Vi- the race. ,A large party of motorists j enua, is the referee, observing the contest in London. James -Mortimer is tue American umpire in London, aiw Waiter Penn Shipley is tlie Eng- lish umpire in Brooklyn. Sparks From the Plug The Columbia S. C. automobilists will shortly 'have an endurance run to Pineiiurst. SCHAEFER WAS ONE OF THE GREATEST and yachtsmen assembled, in the neighborhood of a score of testers from the local factories appearing with cars. When tlie time came for (tin- race, however, me others left it I to Frank Kulick, of the Ford, and i Frank was the man to whom.the ice yacht had to lower its colors. THE HAT SURE Medicine meeting of THE BEST SPRING TONIC t you can take is a selection from our [sporting and athletic goods." With them you can get out in the fresh air and have the time of your life. ________ WITH OUR SPORTING GOODS Hat, March ttxe'.you turn work ilito exercise Into the ball club Just held -Make good long sea- he-re, the details regarding last year's son lhls year b-v Beginning', as. early expenditure of the money handled as Ilosslble- Come and get your out were explained to the satisfaction so you wil1 be all prepared ali. Mr. Warren Overpack was sport or garae eeied vice-president, and Conductor J. A McDonald was selected to replaoe; Mr. J. D. McGregor on ate, tlie latter retiring by reason. the fact that his frequent absences'1 rl Go. :at the earliest possible minute'.' ecteci to repiaoe; f_ on the director-: j he Lcthbridge hv roicnn fif PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST Boston, Mass., April from the city would militate against his usefulness on the Executive. The Subscription Committee is inakJKxeter street, ing splendid progress and at presentjI4tn. 1 the outlook indicates that to i 4- 4. 4. i the, amount, of will be sub-j six men. will start in the '20-znile' scribed. Already shares to the am--race at iMadison Square Gardens, on i ount oi have been taken. .Monday night. They are Zanti, Bitty Hanrikori reports that last Clarke, Conn, CYowley, Sellen and yeai s players to whom contracts j Meadows. The last three named are have-been sent are signing up. Pit-j Canadian runners. cher 'Nelson was lost track of for a1. time, but has been located at Salt! The Renfrew team toOfe Lake-City, and has signified his in-1 Stt eet revenge on Tuesdft-evening on' Ad. Wolgast Oh I You Kid tention of coming alon the Octawa team> defeating spring opens -up. ,lhe on iocai ice Dy the Great things are expected of "JX'el- record scove of w 2. It lie" this" y'ear. Si Bennect wa-s of- ifered a try-out with Milwaukee, but A brisk wind was blowing, and only, and Stories of Ad. 'Wolgast. the uew lightweight champion, are much in good ones will a light cushion of snow covered the] jioa.tiug around, for this Wolgast ice. wh'icii was more than two feet j3 a quaint little Dutchman, full of thick. The course was arranged to give the ice yacht a. beam wind in jboth directions. The race was start- ideas and absurd comedy. He usually the goat when practical jokes are played, but is ot so pleas- The late Jacob Schaefer, who died'ed without advantage to either con-j.ult a Disposition that he doesn't get tesrant, Kulick -riding alone, while thej in the air how badly lie a.: his hom'e in'Denver from consump- tion, last Tuesday, was perhaps carried a crew 'of three, with uny be capricorned. the historv i onc 11UM1 perched on the windward runner. At the start Kulick led, but was overtaken by the ice yacht before, u string of winning battles, Ad trail Like .many other young lighters is easily dazzled by chorus airls. About a year fresh fron Headlights should be set to throw the light straight ahead, not pointed down at the road at an angle. greatest billiard player in ot" the "gentleman's game." 'He re- peatedly held the world's champion- ship at 1S.1 and 18.2 balk-line bil- liards. He was particularly noted for his gameness and nerve, and it was ai J yacht went -about in a cloud of theatre waiting for his char-1 After Wolgast had emerged" from thej ire long the window opened, and[ i voice came forth: "is that you, Mr. WolgasiT asked the voice. "Id churley vas answered the h" Uas Signed up- wlth th-e Hat He hoWIng.down the was the returll game between these the regult was particu. larly gratifying 'to Renfrew people in centre jjarden. i.Mi'.nager Hamilton will have quite repeated that they would rather beat Ottawa than win the Stanley Cup: a staff of pitchers to try out. ottawa at all stages of sides Nelson, Campbell and Dunn, he has a big right-hander coming and a lighter. "Vot Iss "Just wanted to know, Mr. who weighs 210 pounds and .resumed -the voice, "if you (stands Git. 2Im He nas also lines took A this evening'.'" the match, the Fox must have- figured how much firewater he could buy with: first money. The Indian, however, soon slowed down to a walk again'. ed his first billiards. His step-faith-! er, covering the mile and a quarter in .5l> 3-5. and passing the ice yacht foe-j fore halt" the distance had been cov- ered. Kulick was forced to down for the finish, however, and wasj nearly nipped by the ice yacht, which came in a terrific burst of speed. j FIGHT-CRAZY AT "Japanese ball players are gentle- i says Fred Merryfield, old Un- ivtrsity ot: Chicago player, who has been -teaching and umpiring in the Flowery Kingdom. "Never once did MURPHY, OF THE CUBS, WORKS FOR KLING. President of Cubs Confers vVIth Herrn-ann About Cat- cher's Reinstatement. Cincinnati, March Murphy, of the Chicago 1 ia as much us mildly Protest I Cubs, to-day held a long secret ses- my decisions." T1 the records held by Schae- m unfinished run of HOOO at ery to i.r.OO miles. RENFREW WON THE LAST GAME Ottawa, March Renfrew! 'straight billiards on a 4 1-2x9 table team closed its series in Ihe'National 1 Polishing valves and valve seats and a run of anchor in. at 1-i-ineh balk line league at home tonight when it suc- ceeded in clowning the Cobalt seven San Francisco Expectedj To Turn Out Strong San Francisco has handled big! The Boston team, Drobach and Hill, won the six-day ibicycle race at But- crowds. i i i ii i _! falo, covering miles and S lans. One hundred thousand dollars has; i f Kill beat out DeMara by five lengths. i already been wagered on tlie out-; come of the big fignt here in San; "T1- HH1 "r1 i Francisco, at odd's from even money The big nice at Toronto scheduled statement with the to 10 to S and 10 to 7. Jeffries favor-! for to-night between the two -groat In- ite. The fans never thought that i runners. Tom Longboat and Paul with lake graphite largely prevents', H-s best average .lt 14 halk iine an-j by score of 15 goals' to four. burning and pitting, and obviates jn wag 100 He 3Iarrtl, u._Dr. B. F. Roller of Seattle, and Zyb-sco, the have signed articles for a wrestling match here on March 10. It" a funnel becomoes absolutely eswiry on the road, disconnect your horn and take out the reed, after which i: will serve the purpose very well. A lior'.l parade, speed novelty races will be held ait Indian- apolis, during the motor show sched- uled to be held there during the week of March 'J8. I The purse is to be The men! recently met here, the Pole agreeing to throw Roller twice in GO minutes. I He failed, Roller being the agcres- trials amljsm. mosfc Qt the ,time. '.Major Richard Sylvester, chief police of Washington, thinks joy rid- ers and taxi-cab chauffeurs working on commission are responsible for most of the automobile accidents. GOTCH AND ROLLER WIN. Kansas City. March Frank (lotch and Dr. B. F. FtoHer, in straight falls. Bat Connel- ly, champion of Ireland, and Carl Keeker, of Austria, respectively, in wrestling marches at. Convention here. 13 and 14 have as dates for the opening 24-hour race meet nt the Brighton Beach motor- drome. The. principal event at the jirst meet of the season will be a 24- hour race for all makes of stock cars. 0 WIIO ARK C. T MM M M M 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block i San Francisco, March U-r.inciseo is tight crazy. Tbe'ques-; i tion now before Rickard and Gleason !L- how they are going to build an large enougjh to accommodate imiuensc1 crowd that will' come to rbn Frn.r.cir-co ;o see'ttie big tighi. H looks to ;ne as though they build an arena large enough shape when he'Acoose. has been called off. of -the Long- could get here a ye.xr i-.go. but when he I has a touch of -the tj-phoid. iTjurned here a week or ten days ago i They will likely come together in a showed at the ball park and o-weeks. 'Odd people saw him go through his i j. work.'they matfe up tlioir minds that; hr w.i; 1 tXTivinctHl' if ho can stand up sio with Chairman Herrmann, of the ,51 National Commission. He came to town" early this" morning, and told newspaper men that he was here to the topic of Kling'-s rein-g chairman. He f that he feels certain that Klmg will be returned to the game next year, and that certain evidence in his possession would disprove Chairman Herrmann's', mind any pfj the allegations which have been beenpl made to the detriment of the catcher. "We want KHng in hasn't done anything to cause The annual American Marathon run! commissioners any worry. I'm cer-% in good shape, and are now cnnduclcd Dv the Boston Athletic that he will" be reinstated Hie hard training that lie can band W? I'rom tiie people. 1 iiim. !i son. row i: ir. iail io trick on the Fourth of July, many think .loimson ke Wolgast. beat Battling sVel- The thing ruat. is worrying me Johnson is liable to bo Uie time he should he train- sociation on April 10, will be govern-j dut Ii? will pay any line the eil by tne same condition as usual j-sion may demand of him." This was'l The entry fee is Murphy's terse interview with all ex-j crowd- el -through the. mud and rain on the I'Uml ai Hichr.ond to see light the crowd will .ic so huge- that people will to r.ike their opera and field glasses .lionr. in my opinion the place for tho big GRANTS WIN FIRST f.r, be nulled off is at one of the GAME IN about San he Defeated and Big Chief this spring. beat, aiui entries close with George V. Brown, Boston Athletic Association, tri words cut out. Chairman Herrmann said this HI- -r ingp after the long talk was A New Jersev club has decided not [that new phases have arisen to tbfi to "-sections'' for motor! question since his conversation California Lirge race tracks in or Francisco, and increase ihov CPU people. Just stop and figure. liiorjo wMl turn out people. 1 alerady engaged seals and j'Jm' at tlie St. Francis Hotel the Smith's Dope Speci il to the. g tight from Spokane. i I'orilaml and T.icorna will (boatmen and motor Cycles, but' i: President Murphy began, and that 'will establish an aviation section. Kv-1 whole commission will be here, i idently automobilists'look upon aria-jsibly within the next two weeks, DALLASj; tion as an adjunct to the motor ve-j discuss the subject and hand luclc. 'thoir ruling. ers Finures as Star for Mc- Graw's Aggregation. 1 is. March detachment of. ii, i inrs under command of Ar-; hur Devlin, defeated the Dallas' e-isucrs. by a score of to 4. The. SeaUlo.j aviation niecl -at, the Fairgrounds do like-1 across street ran in opposition to vise: Chicago 'lias alro.uly on-i the ball g.imo. but the flying machine i gaged 'JS Pullmans for the bi.c light: people had only a handful of specta- l.Now York will send o.uuy, the south i tors, wiiiie nbnnt 2.000 saw the game. JH send n.OOd people. I'cople have already started wny with intentions of bein? hero on t'he Fourth of July. 1 have me; people from all over the- world: nine out of ten of tihem are go- -f -f LETHBRIDGE BEER A GOOD TONIC to be liere next July. Means for Ciry. New York, March TLie light will no doubi bo loo. is on board the America of the ii. or about San Francisco. Big Chief Meyers was the man in iiH' emergency for the Giants, as it' two hits pu-t them in the game, the Iirst one being delivered at! a time when it appeared that Dallas! bad the bettor chance to win. The i V-esi p.idling wns done by E. Keiber, .ii.'i.rii'i-vi the mound for the last! j innings. He fanned six of the did not allow a hir. i Italian line. !-Weston 75 Year's Old San He comes here, he said, Frrincisoo will ibe bcnelitted by the 4 1 because were no other runners Tight to the extent of at least -in Italy for him to defeat, and he spem in San Francisco and tlwnnis ;o try his speed with any run-; the state, and with the convi in the country, particularly in oper.uing to ami from San 'March 1 Marathon contest. He is six feet: Fiancisco. J'ayson the cross continent; very thin, nml weighs 141 Ibs.j Orders are coming in now from all, walkc-r. announced that or. his 72nd; He has been running for the. last five over me Vriiied States for rooms at; birniriay. nrxi Tuesday, he proposes; years. The Italian is expected to the leading hotels, and the hotel to walk SO miles in 24 He! make a good showing at t.he 10-mile manngement informs me that, there has reached I.amar after a 211-mile1 i race on Monday night at New York, will be no extra charge as in the past wilk from Cadteao, Prugs on the market, had bettor oftentimes be left, there. I' i.s not always advisable to rush to an apothecary's for relief from physical ailments. if ytiur nerves art1 r.nsmuig, if you are lacking in energy, it ir a that you need a tonic, and the best tonic, ymi can fimi is Lctlibridg'c Boer The tonic properties of good hops are recognized by the medi- cal profession everywhere. Combined with the hops, in Lethbridge beer, is rich barley malt, a splendid food. j The use of Lethbridge means good appetite, good digestion, j proper assimilation ot" food, sound, refreshing sleep and all Around j physical well being. us send you fi cast1. The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Ltd. Co.. PHONE NO. 554. M M t M ;