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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 19H FAIR THIS YEAR WILL [FIGHTERS AGREE ON I SUITABLE REFEREE RITCHIE REIGNS FAVORITE AT 10 TC 6 IN BETTING EIG RECEIPTS LIKtLY Canadiens Ignominiously De- feated in Final of Play-off Series-Score 6-0 Mihva-jVce. March rr-p.cvs over the pf a re- icree, which at time threatened to rjuse a poslpoDerneui of tonight's ten-rnucj t-ott between Willie Hit- cliie .lightweight ctuniKOr, and M Wolsast. were settled UJuy fie of Harry Stout, "i iMs city. Both announce.-! they were satiEticd u'itb Stout. Big Attendance lediy Here that a cap- JAMES J.CORBETT PICKS RITCHIE HE BELIEVES THE CHAMPION WILL HOLD THE FORT AGAINST Challengers Outplayed by De- fenders 6-2 in Firs! Game of Allan Cup Series (By Jmet J. Corbelt) N'ew Yori, N.Y., May T In Milwaukee. Ritchie is to Torcnlo. To- team lol-.UM tfce seasoc'.- In tbe National Hockey essoderioa by drieaiiug the Caaad- ler.s c: Montreal lu a spectacelir pstae. Tbe was 5 to 0. HI u'olcast wf.l get 70 per cent of the their over Toronto In the first receipts, out of winch he must pay make his first ring appearance iu (our months. The delay- ed, start Is due lo no fault of bis own. but to an unfortunate run of acci- dents aud sickness which oce ol tbo greatest lightweithts of recent years from exhibiting bis fighting skiH, and incidentally gath- ering the dollars, to which bis bard- SaJk-, March Vktoridi earned the rlpbi to I Iratel 10 Winnipeg !n quest of the At cup, whra (hey defeated Ilia Ed monlon Dominions bera last njjbi. In a game of hockey, which only fair, by a score of 5 to The ice was stteky when the teams ttarled'out, and before the game, occluded the playing sheet reset- tled a miniature- lake. On the night's play the Vies certain- ly deserved to win as (bey did. They individually and collectively the, better aggregation. At that. Ibe score, mlsht have been different, but for the spectacular game thai McCul- loch played In. the Regloa nets. Sel- dom, If ever, has this boy bees seen to better advantage, and his sensa tioual blocking of shots throughout the game- drew forth applause from the 2505 fans present. The teams VViniipef. Max, Match 11. The- earned honors entitle him. acity crowd would view ihe third en-, i-ojite-r Ritchie ana ora Thistles The promoters stated tfcat the re- tota! morn than 130.000. suecr.'sfully At- ffeded the Allan cup sjainst the Kcn- the.sudden death jJii.o nd just about represents the merits o! teami. Slow ire made real last- la nitcbie's opponent is tote Ad. Wol a mighty gocd and the liarty from whom he garnered the. title! That it be an Interesting b.ittle is assured by tie improvement iy impossible, but tiw content vras I always of a close nature that and fcriloired.ia their sbots with more regularity. Their .forwards play- eJ an excellent continaiion same. Both fighters were sHsatly .under; .challengers' forced1 the play in the lie sturaiated .pounds Ust oa. account of morning. Woieasi's" lijarei and several times they worked their thumb, unich was bruised ir_ training way tha Canadlens" defence.. several days agio, bad beaied and The home team to z man put up a gave the hoxer no trouble. fine brand of hockey right to the end i of the iame. The" Frenchmen did not once, ttey tried seteral rashes j HUDSON B. A iHLETlC with a tbree-mau combination. Du-1 beau snd l-ailolette had a busy Urns tr.'- Canadien defence, and they stopped more shots than .Yezina .In goal. Scott "iras the best ot the for- Lalocde was weak and was replaced by a substitute. Walker was tha moot effective plajer ia the game. Foyston. also did good work. Cameron was Epectacular and both-1 the CanaSien defence. Torqntps Goal, Holraes; point. ds'Snitelv, it nothing staads "in Marshall; coreri-Cameron: centre, way, to hsve a club ho'jse at TAKING STEPS TO HAVE CLUB AT HENDERSON" LAKE THIS YEAR Moaarcks placing 'short-handed nearly all the time, but brilliant work in goal by Stuart and wonderful checking by Alex Irvin and Del Irviu stopped any serious damage, while Ihe brose airay and. scored three tallies against one of their op- ponents. The second hali iomid the defenders in their real form, and thoujh the Thistles plugged away they I'onld r.ot stop the sensa- tional rushes of Stan Marples ar.d 'StfanierTI Maxwell, who simplr s'iated their'op'pbnenls off their Tbe iict-up: Mor.archs "Kenora Foyston; left Walker; Davidson. The liudson's Bay Athletic cluh held a meeting last night and decided the tho resent" 3 hut begun to realize e Uave ,0 kpe., physi- al trim If he wants to keep tie good ill of the fight fans retlla his moner-earnlng capacity. Since hs got "hep" lo himself his forr.i hts been excellent, and he >his_; .'orered that confidence in bis 'ability 'list .was his hief characteristic during hirchauv yionship days. iWoigaft actually feels so cociy that ho lins .been writing Ihe (Continual tiom Krcnl Prcoiiuras .won in the regular '.-lass- es only ate to be considered. The ex- tra classes in lEf- 1'ercherous anJ.lhe :himpionship of tbc various classes not counted, only premiums woci in Itt regular classes beluj causUer- fd. Tbe winner must Lave wpa prem- iums in at least three oi the follow- Horses Cattle Sheep and swine Foultrs- Grains anil grasses Roots and vegetables Dressed meat aud poultry Domestic products.......... follows: Edmonton In addition to the rrputar Alberta gracd championship 'cup, valued at J150, eath district will be given prizes for their clianipion-esbihitor, goal; imlnf. MeGovern, covor: and the winner of'Hit' rup Stanley. barred from competition for Cook, 1 district awards. rover; Lloyd Cook, centre; Manners, I charapionshipjs to be war, right; Balrd, left. Kfgiaa goal; point: Cres'a-ell, cover; Wilson, rov- er; Moliski, centre: Abbott, right; Jlastel, left. ioa the above table of points, the Oluinjeihibltor getti.-.g the most points and t how win brat Ritchie and recover" tbo n tators c Ad feels that 'say tha spec- can depend on him putting up a gocd even loses. As for Ritchie, 'the' champion .li quietly training and lets It Willie Is anything bat a bvagsart. He does all his fighting 1_ii the, riot in the papers. In "action ha Is a "regular" with occulonil tlaahes of skill that yould do credit lo even a McFarland, and which, cou- PRESENT-DAY BOXERS WANT EVERY CONVENIENCE WHILE RIDING ON TRAINS Milwaukee, WIs., March aboul the pomp that attends the movements of royalty, ceremon- ials of kings have not much on the class displayed by Willie Ritchie, the world'4." lightweight champion. Rfr centlr i-ien Hltchle left Stn Francis- co en route-for Milwaukee to fulfil engagement nilh Wolgait, ar- rangements bad been made by offi- ciili of the Quefiisbury Athletic club, ie.r promoting ortanlcatfon, to pro- vide. Rltibie with two llnt-clus fare liciets to and from the, bream City. On. the ere of his" departure for the however, Ritchie ttUtntphed lie most poiols in the regular shtep cbssis will be awarded the champion sfceop pieiuiuni of a cup valueil at 535, anil To the exhi- bitor winning the second higfcwil num." tier of points f5. Points to he coiint- fd S for 1st tor 2nd pre- district to he awardM tbe chaui- ,2 for pioashlp, Hie. second largest number i of points (o be second, aud the third I "ainpion Alherla Swine hihihllor largest lllc eihibilor winnins First', second and third in the regular swine ihips.will he.awarded in each of the. following ten districts: Cardslon, H'arner, Cannangay, j pled with well-Sic ability" to Alex Irvin..........Point ..V. Mackenzie Del Ir-ia...........Cover .........Cameron Maxwell.............Hover .............Gcoriie standing in lighUfele I While Wolgast IB t society. a great little right! late this summer. A proposition which promises to materialite was F. Centre llilliard MscVrazie at-every-point U. Mackenzie for MOCKK.UI, v CanadieisB-Goal Vezina; point, Dii-; put forwacil .whereby the'old club Hoticson and j ?ot be surprised If. the cfcamplc, cover, Laviolelto; centre, D'jhoase of the -Country Club Gordon. Imithi'lefi wing. Scott: right wir.g. river bolfim is to he acquired and nett, Brandon. Judge of Jack j before tho limit. Aflcr Ttatchlng Brenaan. of [moved out to the scene of aquatic ac-JFraser, Brandon. Claresholra, Taber. Pir.cher he jKond hljhest num- and Cowlev, Havmoud, MacleoJ, Coal- 1 J5' folot? oe j I ril for 1st premiutil, 4 for 2nd pre- BIUEF REGULATIONS 2 for 3rd premium. Ko entrar.ce fee is teaultcJ. Champion Alberta roultrv 'Exhibi- Tho chamuionship award will lie a Tr. the Alberta exhibitor silver cub. valued" at 535, "and 110 jnlng. the.' most, points" In the reguKir i cxhi- iponliiy crasses will be awarded the poultrr exhibitor's he his' Journey hBjalw must fca uiured thit he nouU hsvc D the conveniences of i private com- it on the and fuLeat tru.n from the'West. Ritchie cast; second, SS Ihird, S5. The championship will not awarded in any district unless the f'am of a cup valued at J35, and 510. exhibitor lias at least 80 points, the evhibitor winning .the second oid will tot- oe awarded for a number-of'.points of than 50 points, third will not be, awarded for a score ol less than 25 points. ALBERTA. COMPETITORS Special grand .championship compe- titions for Alberta exhibitors, arc to Ift counted i tnt Ut premium, 2 lor sc i premium. did not deUil his vmts, b-jt U It to be presumed that the the i tie raanlcure ar- tist aid having menials were without which the ciamplon of stock, and is to include Al- farmers The. regulations as drafted are as follows, the. winner ol the grand championship cup to he >aned In every would not -be content. Is In thities if it is at all feasible to transport the strec'ure. A .committee was charged to. lock into ihe pcssi- j bilitles in this cor-cection ar.d ther will'report at a tnetiing of the club Shoulder Lock Injurtj American a week hence. WrestlBr Badly The Hudson's Hay Athletic club ZBYSZKO THROWS JENKINS u- -as a very successful organization Nan-York; N.Y., March. The'jlast season acd a bigger and better Kcond aeries of international is the aim for 1914. Ing bouts to select a challenger to _: meet Frani Gotch (or the champion- j "ship title was hcla at Madljon Sduare I Ths Secrjt of Succtu Garden tonight. when we read that Eildie Waddell. The principal match was between the once iireat was down Wladelc' Zbrszko of Poland and Tom and out and in helpless condition. of. America, instructor of Uncle Ben Shlbe qulstly wired a sum i wrestling at the military academy at of money, and said he" would I West Point. Zbyszko threw Je In i7 minutes '32 seconds. tile come so. close to _________________ j Cross to dreamland in th'e third rour.d of their1 bout In this S'C'_'3. Ten YeJrt j for the narrow escape he If, as one of the National leacus can thank the lateness of the round club owners asserts, the invasion of and the welcome sound of the'Jnter- N'ational league territory by the Am- mission am satisfied that the erlcau league ten years ago was "the Californlan carries the most wicked best thing that ever happened in uase wallop of any man of his poundage, why not extend the line of ar-; and that he is liable to end old tument and say the same thing of i fight, no matter how tough tiU-on- Ihe. Federals?, very suddenly. striking centrist to the Ritchie ol two y'eiro ato, Tho wrote, pleiding lelters tor preliminary matches in Milwaukee, and itho paj Verily the modern lo on Ibe. Journey, ring champion the Alberta exhibitor winning tht most poinU in Ihe "regular horse classes (American J'ercljeron, Cana- dian Perclieron and.. Percheron Fu- turity premiums iidt to te coiinled in Ibis competition) will be awarded thampion hotijc exhibitor's premiunl how to put on the "dor ELOQUENT RESPECT, PAID TO THE LAST RITES OF "UNCE BILL" NAUGHTON ____JOW Xoteft COLLAR JonJtins' shoulder "iras wrenched by hammerlock hold. Hjalma Undine of Sweden Ihre-v Hans Llebier of Germany in 17 min- utes 45 Ecconds. Alexander Aterg of Finland threw Ivan Mamutoff of Russia twice, gain-' iBJ'the first fall in 19 minutes 32 seconds and the second in ip minutes and 21 seconds. All bouts were at catch-as -catcb- can style. care o! "Rube" tie resl of hit Ills. And some people wonder the iti- rTancisco, Jiarcl Kaughton sportinE riitor Itlics-are always a great with Eridfoce of the respect in nhich tbe Jcars. the cisVet. Uncle Ben'ag owner and Connie Mack i manager. KEYSTONE AT STAHLAND TOMORROW W. V, Naughton yas held, not I Pall-teartrj, many prominent newspaper aad pro- eral of tbe veteran sporting writer who died Tuesday. St. Marj-'s Cathedral, where the service was fcptd, could not accommo- date all of " Bill's11 friends. Three members of the mtchanicBl de- pait-mtnt ol tlie, of which OLDEST AND LARGEST COLLECTION OF CRIMINAL WEAPONS IN CANADA proposed, the awards to ade on a scale of points, scheme is to encourage he breeding ot the very highest class Champion Alberta' Hoist Exhibitor! championships. Champion Alberta Fancy WotV Ex- lUe Albeita tibibitor tlie largest oumbtr oi points in the fancy work (ladies .wort) de- partment .will be awarded ihe cham- fancy work exhibitor's premium of a cup "valued at and 510. To ttic exhibitor winning the secoud Uig- cst number of points S5. PuEnts to be counted 4 for first pretnium, 2'for a srcond premium. No entry, fee is requireil lor thest It is understood, that poiats arr awarded on premiums only acd that an who.'Hral wins -the first premium in'its: class ajid then the chimiptonship1 of the class JOES; not get any points in tins competi- tion for the championship, but only of a cup valued-at and counts the first premium points. tbe e.vtubitor having the second high- est cumber oi points 530. Points, to he counted 20 for 1st piemium, JO for 2nd premium, 5 for 3rd premium, 1 lor 1th premium.' Champion Alberta Catlle.. ExhibUoi the Alberta exhibitor winning Itie.most points in the regular classes will bs awarded the champion rattle exhibitor's premium oi a cup valued at and 435. To the ex- nibitor having the second highest number ot points, Poibts to be counted 20 lor'1st rifmiumf 10 for 2nd prtmhmr, 5 for 3rd premium, I for 4th premium....... Champion Alberta Shtep Exhibitor the Alberta e-xhibilot UNITED STATES GOING GOLFERS TO ENGLAND Herreihcff and Wfll on Thuradiy Xfinr York, N.Y., Mitch Bereahoff of Garden Cily, twlca run-] ner-up the national amalmr championsMp and formerly holder of Ihe metropolitan title, will call oc the EtcarasJilp Baltic next Tbursday for I England, in company with Jerome D. j Travers, tfcc holder of Iho national j title. i Travers and llcrrrsholf will visit {Sandwich together, and are likely lo play pritUco rnatcbts over various British courses. After tbe" Ilrltlifa amatr-ur lonrnamcnt In May will go to France for the French event, and rill return to England in time for the open tournament at Preatwletc. They wilt ?ai] lor America about July 1. THAT- KINO OF CALF a caria fortune, couut t In Has Fan o, Alia., Marrh One birth Is recorded on board the Colorado sctileis' iralr., eii route lo Uassano. 'i'l-Q ntV' comc-r was a calf and 'was labelled at once as the flntt CaiiaOiau horn ATA on if ttiem. Tho etultra (o (all salt titit this waa found impoisible, as It wasn't that fclnd of A ralf. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., LIMITED Manufacturers of the famous AL- BERTA'S PRIDE." An ideal beverage with refreshing, invigorating and tonic properties Pure, sparkling, delicious Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- tors cannot duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only If you vant the of beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride I, ff tf 4, 4 I he Beer Without a Peer" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 GRAIN PHIZKS 1'ROi'OSEI) 'flic proposed priies in the ahtai grain corapetiiion ate. my unique. An bsulutcly d, in that at whlcli thO; rain is cshiMted lie'iakeo'.intd onsidptaiion. For prizes lascd on tbe tallest stool of grain and the best matured sheal ot are provided for, so that tbe farmer- vlll be able to adopt his exhibitions .0 the season. 'The proposed prisiluni ist is rcry generous, anil is as fnl- ows: SHEAF GRAIN' IN 19H Fo'r tho tallest stool ol any Vir.d, MO JS. For the stool of gate, any kind, S10 S5. For the tallest stool of narley, any, feinu, {10 S5. For the best sheaf of alfalfa, 1914, JJ5 HO S5. For the tallest-stool of flai, 510 For the most matured ir.d nest sheaf of wheat, S10 For the most matured hest sheaf of oats, S10 J5. For the most matured and best aheaf of barley, 15. For the most matured anii btsi caf of Sheafs oi grain to be 15 inches oi more in circumference at place where tied. V CHAIN PREMIUMS FOR 19H First and second prize grain be- comes the properly, of Ihe Exhibition Hoard. llcst'2 bus lied Fife J50 litst 2 Alherta Red 50 21 10 Hest 2 hns. Marquis 25 10 Hest 3 tms. Oats llest 2 bus. 2-rowed bar- ley Hesl 2 bus. har- ley IJftt I bus. nav Uest peck timothy seed. Best peck alfalfa seed Best peck clover seed 23 15 r> is 5 MEN MAY VOTE TO CLOSE THE FAMOUS TOPPER MINE STRIKE Chicago. 111., March will fanrHon the calling off of tho copper miners' strike, If the men themselves waul lo do declared Charlo U. of the. Western Fed- eration of Mlnem here todiy. Moycr recommended a referendum vote to determine whether denlred to valve their recognition of Iho Union, to nurren- der their unlnr and return ;