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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mi FIRST ote - Picked'Team at Ottawa Played V Westerners to StandstiU-1 1. J.Boyal Spectators , , Ottawa, March' H.-T-The-^ Wiimipog' ' Kn^ifii^'^inet itVeir d'efeit'orthe iaf |ti:ri�atlq[nal tour here tonight when a ; .made .up ^ of HewiEdin- >)Urgh, Stewatton..^d-College teams ipt ifie, inter-provincial union^ played llhein t6 "a. standstill aad won^'out qy ; Ji scAtfc* dt 'to 2; The ice' waS'lsott ftnd ;tjii�\ln5tli^t*d- to 'some extent. Bgamstithfiftlplay o| the tourists, who relV J&r�S)Ly; oh speed, but never at ottr'tiS�-*ef^:they able to cope with !thft hrilUaait wbtic of Captain Gerard' , ^ROYALTY' PRESENT ^HiSKiJoyal -Highuess ith*. Diflte ..of. jii^ij:;^ and ,Princess . Paicicia t la party irom Ihq government fcpusfer>'-P^iicess Patricia and Mif's.  JJobett'lbgers were presented -witt iBortU' ihouqueta by Manager: Scott ol ! 'lilOia -iWij^^ -Manager; ^cott' said- if-� ' ne thatjthe.Ottaii^.'teajji ^Snsl,' hut 'Said"' tbey^ rwould wv^wtt^P-^a imuch beltet-account-fit �'|�|^aa-^he^ffi*^t>fei^ Oufc-up:- , � � Position' goal � lONING: f IR THE SEASON city league football cham-|�|0N8,MBTMk8T niqhtand " * 'elecYeo' opficers IGerard Tover , ! ,Giey Hay  C. Bawlt- 'Uttfree-Vred ^4l)fieM-JU'dec oVVlnjfi^^, biOn. ' Oiia report hka It'that'John KUng �jTfiJl;A0t $6.000'a-year; for Bkcketop- if, )Di�nitu'BQd Jlk^iiaB^F' _ lean for him Uiattlieyol arranhemQntB ttoCfeiet hlni^ Up ^n' tj^e billiard buBln��BS'1n einetonatl'**' >:= 'l t .aUhfr Overfieas- Sootball.cJub. cham-Blppfl;of ,the Gity S'dptball lekgfue last jieV, held ;>t^^ mMting last nikhl, and elected offl-qers fiirtie.flomlng year^ The secretary^ v^}|ra.}^fe�aional Aggre- .K^p;v:;f|,gatli>ns � - Vapomiver.i^arch ll.-r-rrank Pat-rlckaanrio^M^ |ijiter "tdfilght's game tha45^1^6 it�f|Hr!.M8tpoiied games twe|a,.Van�s6tjv^*'and Netw- Westmiri-st^w^.'^lji^i^^ould be played at Gal-8*ry.jkttdmeg|n^:;neatt week; arrange. i�eqt$,Jiavl]tg/b6en completed tor the gaine^ thei-e.- ,T^e teams will leave h^evSatutdayytext, playing at Cal-jgary on Thursdayp^ and at Regina the ttllwWng' alghf;;^;^!" Winnipeg matches siyill'he iiRlayedibetwfen; the coast stars^tod Oifr,N.-B.X,pIoked team. MAlt|�JARDi^$.MAM'E8�'BLOSSOM. .j-'.SfeEiBtvl^OpfY - ATv.'FRISCO �.--fe^f^$^Smf.^-�^'*..;J2.:^^9he,l ItoauaK.' former Npw York Natton- jmidi^yih^tWJ^eBa; are^to^be marri^d^ today. ^ The actress was di\^6fe ^^i^i&e^vl^^SSi; TINKER tiffikS IffGHLY c1^ itiffi.lSE COACH fjoo Tinker fn.ajgame of Avbu hold icgilar a ,' (be eoacher &trthtrd',4iaBe'rand'asser^ R' fhat his lole 18,,every JDlt ais impor't-sL' wi as thai of any of tha^otliers. ^Of, I./.* irour^p' th-tfl Sra oiilyhiln&''on ,the jCJtide, tb(it i� in the flold/^^btu the Bid� M^ljSy^t' according' toWfd''Sow'' 'H^d* 'Ctoadager, is in(,omiilet6: without # ^mar; Lali pld\ar lii^',^the,;jbox a- few 1 sifcpT outside the third baae'liue, '^M';i ^Vfilier.sldfr didn't aqprft In the iaiAg^and it was our game.mmVffiiie^t hare hit; a; Jrl�.tt'ilieTPPner had been held r(j,g>:;Biite^^%on]y;as^all dope is re-J?*'^fin?ii(;^|a9Tert^teiriwhat might '^IhaRpened.'ibut' always Ttnows . ilt3,4Idv^happ?p*!and plans, for ;the :i';*!l.h9lleve a.v.great deal of' the re-dent sucbess'pf t^e Naw York Giants ft itblrd-ibfisev' Th? New York club ^tightij^hayfeiWon two straight pen-p^ntsi wUhflitt, his advioej; but: 1 have Seejgi.^lotB'^of'^iclpBe games copped by lii�::itk!?K hiqauieh* knew^^s^^ .m?5j^;y'',A.v;..... .,,. ... yi;|logB?tj?r,g|jah'an/ the^ C new i|Jjiray8 endeavors to shield hjH?4ypupjr*pttc%B from-'Whatever "ao9|ifj,9t(rt|^8'Pi|nay he^ induced by .1 .first AMERICAN PROMOTER WILL TA( MAY T London, March 12.-Richard Klo-gin, an American, prompter, who . In-ttoduced tiriza-lightlhg "in, Prance, sX-rived yesterday and icondimemdert inego^ tiations for mbtot games in London during the coming sdason.'He putpos-es to- bring bver  the eight' paitici-pants iii the game? held in Madison Square Garden. Klegin says'he has several English backers wifb believe "Londoners will he interested in this thrilling and ? dangerous sport, ' and has already con-tracteid with ^American tiiotorlstg- who are ready to sacrifice lifp' and limb. He says the contests will occur "either ill the Olympia or at the' Shepherd's bush stadium, pro)jahly in May. He is also bringing two semi-pro-tessional baseball teams from. Philadelphia to Paris in April to introduce the American national. game- in France. TOLEDO BOWLING TOURNEV - DRAWING TO A CLOSE Interest Keepsi Up-Seme High 'Roll-. Ing Yet In Slflht-^Through To-Nlght When Prlws Will -Be Awarded Toledo/ O,., ilarch 12.-With one more day of rollln'g in the 'A:merlean Bowling TCongress tournament, "Inter-; est in the vapiousevents has not waned. In the last squad ofi five-jnan, teams last night, the Oa^jllaqs; of Detroit/jtopkiflfth place, irlti a score of 2934.-In this team is Tom Haley, hCjld^r otilhe^lAmerioan Bowling Con-igress*. record of'705'pins for the individual events, whlbh he made at 'the to.n>nament'A held-m*^Detrfet vi&^^^ , (W the Malt6p8,j,te8 pd-JlUgh' in, the first' Iq^tl is l^arry. Suttqn,' ffdidS;* oil. Jhe" record":In' the-All-Events,' ,whiott't\e "captured last' year. "With, th^ bowl�rs,\participat-tag,;and,j?lth Jim�iy.-Sml"t^^^ nnembers of' ttiorBrunawlpk'. All-Stars W Kew. York, rollijig*to?'fthwtw�^inaii| ahd~ indivi^al'V^ntsX-fgl'tlie?,higher 8coiW.ar4'^tp5^�id,t9ri'heiore the high.! Sdsa^s.laSe-the alley?!'}.[' ivvith the, compIeJlofL of 4|ie last squhd of iiverinain.teamsjitonight. Sec-, retary Lsingtry, of the A. B. p., with aiCorps(of assistants;: will begin check ing up^ the Trtnnera,ilm-^ the - awarding of ,JBria^:V' -There are -834 prizes to be'awarded. * ^^^pisTTlM ell GHiT Denies that m'e/Hii8,',Pajtciied up His Differences, yvjth /Olapts T*| r :San.;I^^ Marftuard,' the" formir star pitcher of the New York Na'tionals'.who.sis in; the city when told-^ 6f,^ report that he was expected 'ttq ,3oi'n the elub at Mariin, ''Texas, (&aid it was -without foundation. f\ _\ h 'T am. on friendly iterms': with'Manager McGrftW"^*�f#ldr-'''^'n4 Ity's only a question of njo'npy/ After th'e championship series *;i�|V"~ye^r,' In' which I pitchedjti^Olijiiji^Hifl^^ season, asked tor more ndioneythis sea I was turned dowH-aild-'ao.I quit, could' see no fijt^e in 'baBebt^l for me after that." '* ' MARQUABD AG Oxford and Cambridge Cre^re in 7l)tK Atiftual T&X on the Thames-Oxford Rules Favorit^hCamlindge Reckoned as Worthy Opponents 1?3^ Trial Spiris London;, March 12.-Tomorr^,w thS Thaimes fti^er' will be the-a^fen* of the serontleth renewal of thei aquhtJC contest between the eight oared crews of Oxford and Cambridge Uni-versitiesj over the celebrated: four-mile course from Putney to ; Mort Lake. Both crews have JlnlBhed their p-.-tfllniinary practice and are now quartered at the scene of the'iraoei where they will remain until ^the orewsai'e boated for the sufireme test. '  0.the .final corisU-tutibn of the hoat^ ^as dfecided; on. Only two old "hfuea" wor4) in residence -besides the president, I5. S, E3. Wann (who rowedy bow, in^ 1911 ^and strike, in 1912) arid' Kv �Si ShoTe.>TJiey have been ^8lgned~to,two l(>i>w seats. The president fqvmd h6�wftf unable to'i-ow; A veVypfbiiilsIng stroke:has been found in Q. ^ B. Towen, and a stylish rower in C. V. Buxton. Tower and ;Buxton came ;up;;:ff{jm;ftEton.. with big''wputationsT)lit:theySw.ere'i to row last year, althoiigl^'" ^n residence. "The men in tjje middle of the boat-are U A. Pattlso^l-sWs'^ Mi As-.qii(th, C. S,.:Clar^':kpff;'jlv^i&$hbwell-Rogers, and they haVethid'-^ttle ex peri^hce of first Xf�S-. The fl^st.'business, transacted, was the eleption ^ and la'ppolntment of officers' for the; ddmlh^'Beas'onr 'Joseph Gxafton,, ol pieUevuej was unanimous; ly eleot6i�.prefliden,t, and A. J. Carter, ol Pernie, secretary lor'District. 18 of the-United iline Workers ot. AmericaV was "appointed to look alter the secretarial work of the Iba-' guei ^Thoj aiipoinlmont ol honorary officers then 1i6oW;placfe;' the appointments' being prin'oipally � of the managers oti'the'different collieries as vice-pr^stdent^.:- Thomas Crane, o� Michel,..honorary :president,- the following honorary vice-presidents, J, Sharpe.iGoaiiC^eek ;; B. Caulfield, Michel ; W.;Sliore,, Hosmer ; J, L. Gates, Kernio; .J.' S. Qulgley, HUl-orest ; Ji:R. iSfcDonald, Belle^^ue. The election of offioefs lOap leave no room for pomjplaint 'from either the Alberta or Britl8l\- Columbia teams, as they are i(i�Irly' well proportioned out according;to the coinpotlpg teams.' Considerable annoyance was ex-pressed.-atiithe-action of ttie Coleman team in:not handjinp;-over, the Crane cup. To numerous requests .for.tliis cup they, have rftaJe. no response, and the feelinjS' of. the: meetdng was ..that unless this trophy j.^^^re .handed over forthwith' 'the.'Cbieman ';teahi .should not be all6\\^cd..,td..'compete in,, the Crows Nest 'Pass,league this year. ; The ,next,i!(jBetlnJ!;..of..the:leag\jB com--mittee.rtakesjiplaoe;, at: .Bellovue on April 12th; . League committee meetings are 'held in turn in, the dittereut home towns of'the,.x:o{upetin& teams, the order ;qf these, 'meetings being; arranged ljy,"drE^wIng''lot? for the Albert'a and:i;j3rttish Columbia t teamB and co&blnin{5-'.the:': two lists. The , delegates .'present' at the meeting w�!re,J!l.',Clai;k^, ,pr, _Fernie ; 'S. Paton,: otfiiiwVe^t:;: >, J^cGovern, ot' Michel'^W. R'diikihg, of it-Iosmer ; R.; Lovett;-Qf'J^birBVue; and^S. Sharpies, ot Co'il "Cfeefi; . � - ' ' " DOHERTY,HOPEFUL: Jack Doiierty h^as ^ not given, up hope of eventually-being able to stage: bpxih^,.ibouUtl9- LethbTidge' Wlthoiut having tp,'fork,over--t'he', exhorbltant sUm pf-H(Jo. ', \ " . "If boxing bouti^ 'can be conducted satisfftc^otHyflniv^jhuiidredai'Of- other places there's novreasoh why they can't be put on 'hBre',wUh'the 'Babe satlsfactlonrivto' vsove'ryone 5 in- 'Leth--| bridge,and lL_am-, goidg to keep plug-' ging alongin an-eiideavor to show the people who'opppse-fhVmanly art. Just where'they ar'e -wi-bng.' It-is the same old atory,'yanflnd the peojple who dlaspprdv^, bo5anjf are those who know the'least about It," said Do^ierty to tfapiHerij'dib'^iforectaidng thel-tralh for the south thliimbrking,' ' NO limit to"- Winnings on' the;' Q9AND circuit '' �' \^ ' Rule Rivoked by Mall Vote According 'to$10,o'p0, and stake; trott^jya to': jifiipQO-t )J%fore they^ are; comi>eiled >to entei^-' oTasiteB deaignat.; ed''hy^ thejr "i;eoof'dk -^The -rule'.was' adopted by the'ef^'^^'i'dstat'i'lttsburg; in Japufiry, .antf Ji^,Te-iitfnBider''ed iaali vote,^ fo^ind a .jnAjorlty'of.the olubs^ oppos^pd, j ' Pr^ai^^nt, Dever^UX assumes ro-sponsibiliity for, the^^ presentation;and; addition of t)ie rule. The mall -vote showed three meipbers favoring, seven opp'oBlng, and two &o^ voting,,. iyioUEAN'8 INJURIES NOT SLIGHT '�,.lr, turns out that the injuries sustained by Larry McL^nn, the former 'Cjinclnnatl catcher and now with St. ;nekrly every day," ^aa' the ta]h;e l-;,plft VICTORIA TEAM PLAYED AN INDIFFEFJENT GAME; �Vanc(?uyer, Mdi^^qh 4'l'.'fr4 combined V^no(ii(ver"New ; Weptmfnster - team, d�(tefl,te'd t^e:-;r^�'iilaV .yj^\t6rla;.ts4n> here/tonight''Ih^'taJBi;'. e^hibl^on match, b3^''^e Bo^re'.bf 53,2; to 4.^ � Tlie; gatjio waa yery''fft>.t'iri'placps;' ibnt the'-Vio- "ITHE LETHBRjitiGE MARKETS Wheat, one cejjt^.off yeaterday's market. No. 2 alfalfa is down from $10,{>0 to fO.OO per ton. There are plenty of offerings in No.-a'nlfaita. , No. 1, Tlmtohy .i ..'iper tow 14,00 .  I' - 13.00 It ,00 Blue Jolpt .... Alfalfa, No, 1, Alfalfa,No, 2 . Prairie........... " ,' Grain and Provisions No, 1 Northern..... .,, No. 2 Northern ., ,.. * it ,.. No. 8 Northern......,.,. .. No, i Northern |.. .. No, 5 Tforthena .. .. .. 67 62 8D 64 48 NO, 6 Northern .. i. .. v., 421 No, 1 Red No, 2 Redi No. 3 Red Noi 4 Red 65 53 Per ton Bran> ........,.rr7,T:.....j.-^^..':......518.ilD .^hocts ............................,'..........21'ft0 Oats...................................... 20.00 Rblled'Oats ,.,..,.,.,,........'21,00 WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS � Winnipeg,' March 12.-^rain markets, today were; :., _� Wheat: Open Close May ...... ... ... .. 87% 87% July ... ... ... 88% 89^ October ... .... .... .... 85^ 85% Oats � May............... .34% 34% July............... 34% 351^ Flax: ' May............... 112% 112-% July...........� .... 113% CASH PRICES- Wheat: No, 1 Northern ....,....i.....,: S5% No, 2. Northern ...... ........, 82% No. 3, Northern ..,','.,.4...... 79% No. 4. .,_____..... 75%- No-. 5, ... .... ,.......... 70% ............. 84% .... .Vv:,.i;i^>.-.:ia55,^^:. 8734'' 84%-'81% "�77.%, 82% No, 6.................. 'Feed.................. Winter WheSt: N0,1................... No. 2................... No. 3.............� No, 4...................... Oits: No. 2,.C. W.............. No, 3. C, W........,.......... 29 Extra No, 1. Feed............. 30% No, 1. Feed ............;...... 29% No. 2. Feed............~,...... 25 Barley: No.- 8; i,,..'. i. i'., i...'. No,'4..............46% Rejected ............... 30% Feed...............88% Flax: No, 1, N, W, C......109i;6 American Markets Minneapolis: ' ' ,.....-84% U% m.::.^f^ - 87% May July ..'\ .:. September'.'. f Chicago: May ;.. July......'.. September ... 88%. 89% qLASGOW CATTLE MARKETt" Glasgow;"' Search; l2--5^Wats(on and Batchelor, cattle 'Importers, report that with anfalleF-'nunibers'',ottered a sharp tratdef-wSs^ exp4rlenopdVfof' all classes of, cattle, beat Jteerf ,'beiig quoted at 15 Si4 to 17oonts,',and Irish at 14-1-4 to IC cents. " Cr.uolal ,Re'pl'?y . -London, March 'jl^a.-^An ,9iiormou8 crowd gathered'at ^ for the replayed'gajoae in the fourth round Of - the iF, A-i^'oup'.bfetweBfi) New-; castle TTnited'-''aif^'j^VjIerland)' this 'game played:la's't'^'^afjirday;-pp^the_Utter'^ . grbundr|SuliOd (iff a pdintleBB,,drSw/'f Ni^/^Opre-X^s; reo'ord-in'the flr�it;'b-alf-'aha;i;i_t^8^jthe 'playltowaT^s the ; close of 'tfie'.8ecpnd'l^alf,,jyheri!,lt;^a8 seen that neither'Side was likely f to pierce tlie stubb'om''''deiepbe)Df Jts oi?------f'lJi .^^inm 0, Southern jLeague,: Plym'duetffI �e9^^'.'i'9>% ,oodttper-iw'"' h^^%^8,^,uV.hrfmi>.00r.'rb6|^ John JaiBescsM WMskey ;