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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TiTF. LKTTTnirrrjfrj' daily itekalp Moiiflay, ]\raiTli 13, 19tl. BREWERY BASEBALL CUP $175 New ^ orlv's New Second Baseman Held by Cc\ledonians on' Saturday Evening HAVE BETTER BUSINESS HEADS THAN WRESTLERS IN AMERICA ..... 1 n). 11. i! ronsidcriiii: lli-. Ill M.-ir.:-, and ii" 1 r-f'ii m:Hl,. as ^ i-i Ititflf !i IJi^t w Pell fivl �hat i: IS i . il- ilnic nioK' h.i.^ .villi !-c!a': -r. v-he ?;-,'niii,i; nf :n 'kens. hi!-iiii :i � - ,n'', a il IiiHd :l ' p . (1 'MS T laie '.I n.-st Icii triini t:i. Iv. 'i �. " a us Miiriiv; '^if'i � s. Hr.l re ;! :ri i r.ial fi-'im I'.ii' liri' ' 11'' '-as h...>n on Hire iii.i; rlit' lar:; ai'-ii jii : lu' �a>uuir- .11' vi'nvn-.i va mic-rs c!-' s lar 111' Pi' � i;a':ieriiij; I'.ive tlu' ()!' I ho � SO.iSOll /.l.rs.'O -.. a:i'l 'h'-oil to a:i'. i;oi i-e is .liana SI Kiiiahl'. tii Mic host lo.a rii!'.'ji 'if ha.'i (M t ; h, in in diiriiii; his lar-.ti ,i...| should I'o ahlo :o i;ivo iho r:un!i "'V ' '� � a.-Uanii-ii ho haii t'.o" h"o;; .'KaillPf, '�.*''" ^ �'SZ o TIioT'iIh ' ' t .! . 1 i' -� ^ oii:s' :� : :� �' 'Ms ill tiii cH?!. When ii cdmos 'o I'iUr..-.; '.; 8 .-I,-- .  ' -.n 7.1,: s:-o,' s ..hoa the siiKio'iios '>r' thoiii ,ili. ll'> has iracio ,. sonil o �av;, 1101 arsruo a'.vay '.w : a-sanio I'or'.'iun wros'iois ..r :h> piH'.nn.i'.'.s paiS.'.-, a.i'il s'ln sli.iiiii.s: on 1 n ' sai .Mi'oo! o\oi'.v (iay (ill i.i.t: ' 1' Hoih i iii-'k.'iis �hii-i i\' ami �ivo on 'ho s.ai o-ur ill''..'''-'' . ^ 1: cri' 'in w;of s .iro opo oh''At a'SM'a-ai.d i! iiili aoi lai; ' :hiioi'i 'aa' thfie aro ^ripiilors 011 iiis ol'l si:!u ro ..huso .i.jiliiit s .are :..r iHViital '.hio or-d.:'.r;>. liut ^Mfiso ia-\io is so p'av.'ly iija-aia".'] -,vo u.aild ao: roc i,;;niz-.' tlioir ii.iiH s if uo sa'.',' lii'-m in [i: int. In Karopo and in ihi inkliiiK in tlv liie r i ' in ilip Orion; \vlu-ri> aiiv I'lii roaol'.od the lii^h t'oiif 1 � i-r''or--'ion i has atr.i.ir"d 'i: tiie 1)01 id'.jnt-'l';e wrpstlors po ori a; -.�tti ilio'- ; msos, and alij'.osi pnielv for tho iuoal hoiior.s bosiowod upon tlu-m. ; !' is Koing to Maoiiens''-)-iniidt's hi'>i!u?ss I..) h-;ii! or ilo- host nioa .11 ii!! "iU'SO t r,-:,)'".'.-. al:d . i.fli ills loir is comple'ed iIht" will be no m.'.^'i.'ii iu his n.Jid as ii ho rolaiivf im-riis ot all 1 bo hos' iii'-n in tho ".��orld. Thoi' of aih'otas u hoti v\i-os.l-ii.i; �as so iiiiivorsall-. tiop'ii'i' -is it is ii d ly-and it is doiiia fill ii -ho nox' laioe or loiit- f:orn'. ai ion..; will ;,a\'o ..-o main finish'd miii .1:-; lioso uho io-;.ioS''ti. ila' d.f-ror.iii iia;io!i iliiios and sooiioiis at liiis tiiiio. 'I'hi' i'-ils-doiiian Fooihall ('Inb. cha 111 t-.io;;s o.' tin Iitiiiiuo last \oai. -;.i\o i i-'i is.ti-4 r-nioUor in *.'alodoiii: n li.iil Siiaiali;. "'.onaii;. a' i\a:'li ni.iiioioi!'-fill lals of tho lda>ots at'.d iopro-0,11 ali\o? of tho ollioi- ( laiis \\oio ['ro>o!ii It �,is liio i-r,-1-.i..!!! -() pros.-n: ih.' '.'"rii-hi Chai'in S'aioKl a".d v>''.o'>ru'o 11*.' ^.::-n of the other leains 111 tin-leacao. �Mr W Steven fhon uave a leiu'iiiy addi-o>.-s on t'lo ill' ril.s d' fonth'ill ,iq a sor', onr Irasi ill;; 1 lie faet ri\i- if ii|'^ o ! ri h' ��' v.as one of tho nio-t maul' 'if all exoroises. lie oriti. 1 -il 1'-.' ,.a\ 'liis (d.-ivors and otflrhils: lloss. Smith. Vtirris. all tiaiions for irvini:. .\. P;":o. P. Marr. .1. .Anderson, ins '�'n. II was i;ivpii bv Ihe, loca.l firm for ciim])cl uinn in tlic dis-! trict leairiie of tlirap year.s as". ntid j \vus won by Macleod. The leafiue j was composed ot I.ethbridtie, Taber, Macleod anil I'inclier Creeli. In order Io ac'tjuire permaiieni possession of the cup a team was re'iuireii to .win the (iistric! ehatnpiftiship Iwiee . The league only lasted for the one year, not havin.ti; been re-organized since, so Macleod never had an op-portiiiiitv Vo acquire tlie o'.vne.rsbip of the cup. thouc;h it has been in Macleod liand.s ever since. It is one of the most handROine  pieces of silverware over put'up In this district for comiietitlon of anv Kind. It Is heatitifullv eiigriii'cportunlty. George is also anxious for the encounter. Brown Is known throughout the state as a whirlwind with the gloveg, and tho.se who saw George In aotlon here are convinced that he is no amateur. TROJAN'S ANTICS AT SECOND BASE FEATURE OF CUBS' DAY AT NEW ORLEANS ��> *� ENGLISH FOOTBALi. SEMI-FINAL DRAW I.ondoti. M 'roll i:;._The draw fir '!'a> sontifinal of tho Fi"-l;f!i Assivi-iiion Footb'iH ('till, to be nlayod off .Marih -.1. if ac follows: fir.idford I'i'i- is f-ikaekbutn Ko'ovs. Np'vvasilo t'nitod s Chelsea Gamos will '10 niai-01 on 2r'.vind of first named elab. .Von Orleans. I.a . .Manh II. -When ihi' C'li's hid linislu-d a viu-iroiis work-on of Mvo hi'Urs in tho l.ot sun today .l-'hiiiiv l-:vois w.-11-.e a siiiil'-. it w.ir, � o lirst 'iiao s'noe ihe day he slid iii'o the homo pla'e in Cini li;.'i''i I'.'-si fall ir.d ciiokod a hone in bis leg ihai .loans smile has been gopune Me adnii'ied ilia' iie fikod man:. 1 sii.il'-liiriim Iho '.villi' r in olliii.g his friends t'lai lu; vioiild I'o as good a.s rvi . ibis loar. h'li loda.i is iho liisi li:;-' t.ia' lie rrali.i has heeli ooiivin-pd of i'. .-^o his ^niilo rxprossoil ,\i\y fi.'iii one c-.ir 111 111'.' oili.-r n! Ins porspiiiii.n laoo .LS hi- rodo haok 'o the hotel from ilio ball :;r'iund. m gathp'-ed them all wilh increasing siKod until, toward tiie last, he was ou the jumi) all the time, but hapjiy. Several times Kvers ran back of S'-cond after bulls, ."topped short and pivoicd on his riah! log--the one that �'.us lirolion-and got the ball to first j'i.->t as aetively as ever. When the day uas finished he decl ired he had tei' no pain whatever at any time and tl'iit after five minutes of work he liad forgotten ail about the broken log anil '.vas fielding balls just as he did in schoolboy days. l-ivi rs' porlortnaif'a' was oaiise for juiiilr ti 'U to Mi'.n-AC. r Chanre. U.i), .-Mid ho remarked about it several liims duiiiig the afiernoon W'i'h .loiaiiiy F.'.err- iilayi'i.g the sariie kind of h:ill as in otlior y.'.irs and nearly ,ill of i!;e veioians of the ".'I'lp club" no" in line, tho I'rospects for tho Cubs have bi-ii;liioiiod considerably. Veteians l-lold Limelight i' was a day for the veier.ins. Tbe rpi-nii.s v\ ere eomi-.-lled to aci as fly in I lie oiitlielil 01 eonLeni "I .true 'ho oiil leg a te;-i today, and! il noicr iiiii\orid once, and I tiiink I'll In-'-ak 'io- oili'-r one noxi lall. so i' '.'.ill ho as g" ill." said .lolianv us. , , ,, , . , , �' . 1 ( hast rs in ihe outiield 01 h.o i.ui.rhffl Moliiivr.' 111 ih" hai k to; , , . , ,. , , .... . I ilien'st '. OS with a ii.gb-low game, l"iid ( iiiiiii.o^.s  i iho si.ionienl. lb"] ..... , ,. , f . , . . , V, hie ai attention .011 the Held and shoo mov'-li nr .'. ts as hai'iiv i!� a ro. . . , . , , � , ,, IIP the ( iibioonis all or the work was 01 lilt v\lio hid .i'..-' niado go.al. lie! . worked a low minutes on ibe dlaiuond Siiiida.i. bill iioi long i nou.gii 10 sa - i-ly aim. 'I' idaN ho was it tiie hall jiaik from In o el jci; iiniil after 12 01 look iiid for a fill h.ilf hour of iliat Ottawas Should Have No Difficulty Defending Cup The National Ho'Skey assoeiafion came to a close last Friday night when tho Ot -awas frounced the Canadtens. The OttawaB -were o.Tsily rho winners of Ihe league right from the start. It appeared as i-f they might go through the season without a defeat ait one itlme, winning the first ten games However when victory was most a�-sured they suffered Iheir first defeat at the hands of the Renfrew toani by one goal. At that time ihey evidently took one "of those bad turns whieli comes to tbe best of winning clubs In every WnU of sport. They lost tv.-o of the next three games. However, befom the season comluded Ihey came back into their previous form and at the end made it manifest that tliey were the besit team in the National league by long odds. . Tlie viclorious Ottawas are now Stia^nley Cup holders, taklns 'the emblem of the .Montreal Wanderers, who were second in ftho league. 'I"he Oita'.vas will have to defend the mug Wedneeday evening next against the Port Arthur team, champions of Ne-w Ontario, and victors for the right 10 go east to play by defeatimg Prlnc* AlberL The ou'oome ot the match Is a foregone conclusion. Port .Arthur are scnorally raicd as easy victims. The odds on tho g:ame will reach anything up to M-l in favor of the cup holders. Final standing of tho N. I.'. .-S.. TtCAMS ^\'o^ Otraw.s ........................ IS \\'ant!frers ..................... ^ ranadiens ...................... Itcnfrcv ....................... ^ Quebec ......................... '� l.,osf For Aral'Dlt 8 122 69 s V.'i fiS s (17 62 s ftl 101 13 H."' litne 111- was eating up ground balls on I be infield. Evers uo to Old Capers l']vers had doieiniinod 10 try ov-.-ry- liing lieforo Miis day was over and to i>iiow oiioe and f-ir all whetlioi- his lei.; was going to be as good is ever. Tliero It ivo l"-on uiaii.i. briikeu h-as in ihe big li ague liofoio. and lew of tiiem hive, I iiiiio I'liok. I'liin know this and de-1 idod 10 losi t.is 1( g ill i'Vfr\ ;ui;j,lt? � .iiid losiiioii used on the infield, .lack' I'liosier. made .lohn ehase over back 1 of soi Olid and then over to'.vard firRt.; then oonie In fasi mid scoop low- ones -in f.ii :, nearly every kind of a IihII that ctuild !)o hit iluring a sea.sun. .lohu ; I � giv^'n 'o I lie ve'evans-tlie men who liaio won four penn.ints and who will lie ill iln- front rank lighting for an-01 her. Chanco used three of his pitching rooiiiii.s ill shool the ball to Ihe rog-;iilais whilo they bad their first good :ba:iiiig praelice id' the trip. They bil rigln down the lin.' as in Ihe chain-I'li'iis'iiii games last summer, Kvers siar ii;g and .Vrelier finishing. Of ooirsc. .1.lines .'-^lu-i kard was not pres-em 1(1 lako his 'urn and notliing has hoen b(-.ird from Inni yo:. .N'eillier was llairy rfieinfeldi there, but Ueinio . Zimiiioiiiiin was ou liand i.'veiy time 'to liii for .Sieiiiy, and finally when the haMing praorlee was halted and the roguliirs ordored 10 I lie infield, llHinie went to third base and tried to knock the man..ger off llie first hag ovory lime tie got a chance to throw, .loe 'linker was in liis iivn place. Willi the maiKiger on first and Ai-cher behind the plate. BOWLING MATCH TONIGHT The Fllison .Mill leam will meet Ihe ll'iiknown at the Arcade tonight at S IVIrFarland anrl Mnran �-n �''^''^ f"'' '"^li average in five ^arnes , ivicrariano and. ivioran to ., ^,^,,1,,^ ^^.j,, p^^.'^.^^i-^ Come Together 'I'lie pridt of tliiglaud, Owen .Moran, moeia Facke.v -Mc-i'"arlaud tomorrow night at the Fairmont Athletic Club, .New- ^'ork. It is an international battle nud a livelj inlereat is lieing taken in it by th(> .sporty of both l':ngland and America. Tliey aro evenly matched and the outcome is doubtful. A draw la generally oxpected us the boui will not exceed ten rounds. ; Aei-0|ilaiies on 'I'uesday night. As the j alleys are vei'y fast a good game is : looked forward to. The Arcade has coiiKpniPd Io present the winners with a box of iheii- leading brand of clgarB. Better Now Than L^ter Y^O^ ^"^^ select your Spring Suits and Overcoats just as advantageously now as later. In fact, you can make better selections NOW because many patterns are going daily. T ""HE ^yles are settled. We are showing what you will see men wearing on the Greets at Easter-tinie. HOCKEY SEASON OVER AT PINCHER ^' Plncher Creek, March 11.-There i� ^ nothing doing In the way of sportii 'bore at present. Apparently the hook� ; ey season Is considered over as the  I goal nels have been removed from tile rink. No move has been made yet -with respect lo organizing a baseball or .-;i^ci;.a>-icti/''*ci>A(i>-�'-fc(i>ii-ivii I'ttt^iiaa toanij CHOOSE your Spring Suits and Overcoats now while all the novelties and exclusive effects are here. $18. up. 313 McKELVlE & McGUIRE ;