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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta iNlEGS DISPOSE i Sdskalchewan Champions Had No Chance Wi^Xup.. . Holders trophy, when they isposed oE the .'.bIooso Jafr challens&ftf the final' gWi tonight, by a score o! 10 to. .3. Jodreasi^jt their leadjsix goals, gained ,in ilio'first game, to a^totatd'18- ; THIS eyWhrtion w^s an impro-'W^nt "over'Tuesdays game, and'the -nslt-oVs showed that tlias^.v!eife.,cap8bl;^ oAok ��5o-xnlle runner, lowered JtWlc record .today his finished Tunnlnir the mU� in 4: - tjlip^nfef'Blx'^ seoohds olf. �-^jfwneK fcieoM HOLDERS rovpt centre TumbUlle ButlaH , Midrtwsk Aldous, ' ^adKetis ' Xdam^ii . Tlireree-Kean JudjB of-Play-Bissen / ^Pasco'e' P>attell .-JULaw .FNi^ndoa ^"TflcBonaia r-'l COME THROUGH iuic-i-auouu. -r, Tv|io h"tk�.Wttv'a''.'�>Id.foS�fe/sjrfg&ed a ^ bminsci fcw^ftofidminft season, at the 'ij*anips,ci�nt>?^t&wi3. Ga.-He was 'gjTen,an.Jnorewo ot ipp; TO TORONTO :- teon^y.iWareh 13.'^Manager Liv-'4n|sftm,-orfeiMl?j^ip^,;^hb Allaii Cup holders, iihatvthpif^ieagpn >ould bfr over Moh^ * "^''^"^>r,;wili;ieave for'Tordn-iisiu9^>,)'andiexp�Bt to be here )Sjof;v;iM|i( webjc so as to bavei" ^1. wwui^oiJt or two before the first . -pi!; ^.stwo i; fgames Saturday night. (^M!gOtt|s ?i}fc?v*he games Saturday j.^an^^aJfindij^.w'iU count lor the^^neW .s!SPMf.?|l|rwohtos are keeping Ijejihapeiipne g[ame will ,be under O. i%-'^/t�'-'i?ndk;thB^ dthw ''UttJer western mef ''v,'; ............. WAI^JDeXerS beat ^quebec :canai^)an , Canada, at the Bmpfto 'Iheftfeo tonight, ' � ---�---�.   -I ......� Fact Which Probably Enabled ,them to Win-Were Afraid of Suffragettes i: Putney, Eng., March IS.^The Dark Blue crew of Oxford Uniyi^rflilT won today tho annual eight-oarad^lnter-yarelty hpat race,: from; Cambridgcf, on the Thames, by a Quarter ot a; length, wrestine.thelrviotbrytrona-thought Blues almost on tSjr flplsl^Jng post. Their time ov�r the coursf i of: four miles and a quarter, from Putney to Morttalte, was 20 minutes 68 Seconds. When the Light Blues appeared ,to have the race at their mejcyi the weight and stapilna of the Ox|6rd rnen told, and at a stern chase to^^Bames bridge, about a quarter of a nUIe from the f fnlah. Ih^ Cark Blues made a wonderful spuft, and itt;the ipost exciting finish Jfor years wcBJe down their rivals a lew lengths. iSrom home; then gradual)/ passed tlM^. and pushed the nose of th�lr J^hell in front with th0: last few strokes. Before the Race ^ The ;Osfordtf�rew;;!tiiftVfavorite>i had a distinct advantage "during the train-ins season; o^lngtOiiftsi'BMfiter opportunities fo^ /Tpractte Thanies; The Gambridgo' crew. In its preliminary; training :lsrrestricted to the .little river ,Cam.� The expectation was general that Oxford would'make It flye straight by winning stoday^iutCannbrldgc had many warm backerSi .i^;^*to Sporting Chance-Useless td Race llnd^^N(CM^t���^^f�ned by � / ' Defender-Wiil Race ?t thijPanatria For Y6u Alone . We simpIy'sW you the sanq)le8, lake jrauTs to leain~ yotir Rerson^:-preferences. You,get the styleof cIoAes';^ wfflnt,"' macle from the falnic^^'Want, in the way.jou want.' 9 It is, worth while looking into, ..ipn'tit?.......,. . $15 to $35 Rli5PATH Cash Tailor 315 6th Street S, Lelhbridge TOEIIIMNAIIY' BASEBjfljLi: CHATTER - (^Otto^EIotb) , "-^'rParidom.. as far as Detroit-la con-#crnpdf\>is'^8coming'�ea8ler.'^6lnd the causiijof-'all ihe^riijdicine la themews that fy^06briasJignea>o'r i^abbi^t V /iQ'slm^Klctm^cKio ^Ihy with the /'�'iajigers this �ea&h* Jt looked for a \ '"[Sme a� -iftjhifclSsn^oua 'qeorgia,,Peach, and Owppr Navin coild notoopme'stos ' la" suitable agieempnt undthat.^tte rUub would lose the her^Iw/, of;,tho TBost famous ball player lithe bii'"i.' I tnesB But no\t nil these ^^^^^lt^iuu^ %,TcIoudB beem to hovis passediforlGoM) ^ t ilias wired to iManagpr JeimLngs'.that' would comf to the tFalnilfgM,t^ �j-jUors ?ind do buslaoBs ^'V*"! '^^^,C'^i;eit-ilMU?y ot'the taW)|rtnga;onef, -uhlch Include" all'thcSiB >?So..^K ;!tha slorles that the be3t|pla^#s sign-'t|!iid and sold newspapeM','and's^u? ,uitBs, aro selecting the vnilte^H^ all tho dark hors' o D|the|;^Ain^^; -:}dBgue race The show&g']i|the ^-^i-^^iXL. sSn was hot In'the . '^aaj^SJIwIldlcBljK prove themselves ab-[heiii tlie games count-' ' ie;-that Thorpe will > 5 exceptions to the _ thati!he will be able i||lpa�e throughout ^the � * 'g'ilfllng""thtm a spltndi>t|k{i)ilp^Mgi ')][L'a'nol so mu'*h the rphultpof? games; � .''won � but tho maLiier Iiit?wlilch;*sthe' ' mngBters are hWdlmg/'thempelvel d the promise tfey^Jhbldapi|i|hi ure iiucc("!iB Lhnt^)^Ss%iuin^|p^; be tak ab contu|^^| 00 bad iL'b nut*,theiearls?�arti!>f ll [ng'Jtiie proper stand -if tter, y^hen asked i^wfes^^jfiiise^arf -�SwSio'refuse's to join. Sa'atar'-.'.'T'ell with ^\''A#.-,Wrtherinore, I'd be a pretty 'ibor,rma.iiag�r I didn't fortify my-lelfi'AVuWa'-manner that any playf, Save'can'qult-aid the club wUI ."go5.p&'wlnning games Just tha same. ' \y ot.atarpItohfer^"wIth^ lit he ctMm^||a-Igt*j;  i vb ' a:0pipt�f Sanv up 'to-liim," -f ' m ong,> the BOc^:olJegJ3to\ pprtion of the crowd. The Oxford oth SijejVB , |eftrag(3 Jta handle aUv oarV at jEton, but the colonial Rfeodes:?soholar8 'are'r-beglnnlng to. break Into, thltfylajt'stronghold; of English spofet^^ tlejohnj of MelboU�M^';ro^d ' aevaijil and today two, ^iwKallans, B, K. Watd and C. L. ' �&}lUou, occupied thwarts In the .bjffotil Jshell, "....... Oreat^^eoautions'^^were taken }6' guard against ,imy^ ;outr^ge l>y militant suffragettes;'}-ffhlch'might mar the iwoe^ 5jT*k e4�wftR;great%*|ign^a!t:^;*?*.aifferent sporting feeling'in yaciitlhg circles there thai! in^I^ew yorki* fw they ha^e accepted .my,rch�Uerige> .under European rules. I will race und�r the osposltlon Aus-plcesl,;T))ie present arrangements are for ;'ttve; races;" all^^b My Idea In going there is to help the grealQBt exposition on eartht whl'>uhabl% tb aee what ;Is,tc^,pre :ents,,7&:feet -boats :rac-jngi :X only wanted- am equal sporting ;ohpnce;;rwlth po ;faVors for either side. It the N, Y. Y. C. is afiraiibf ray wln-nlngrwhynothudld a. 75^'footer to defend the cup?" _ D�([lfir�3f'�;'St�tement i ' Designer. I^ioJbio^U said: " "I jeoon)mei^aed^*a '7d^foblev Itiste&d of a/96-fbote^ to, hfliig Ip, a mInlniVm tile darigM'of ai)'accident,, which I thinS ought to iieceite cons^der{^tlon in tfie sport} beildes it will be much easi'at.to cross the Atlantlo wltli a 75. footer, ^-It-Iji less dangdrous. I can-see why. .we, are not allowed this ad-vantiigfc'aa la dangerous under tho best btfndfiloJlB.-'.:! -^^ - In reference .tO'ilie'likelihood of another ^Engllshmln, ts&allenging, it is _i&.;i?alL.]yiall Gazette says, thiit-^ Utilctime back, G. C. Al-lom' w68 'meotlofiiad us a possible ohallgnger.' '/Xilftm � caiiti6 Into p-rom-Inen'oo.lffSt yeW M ft>abhtsman, and as the owner"ol'^'e-highly successful sloop, fiyptfa; wiaohwon the Hoyal ComJpoilore'^. ch'alteiige cup at Kiel. " - "AhsurdIV 6�y� Times The times, referring tc the refusal of'the-New\Ybrk*Yioht Club to accept 'Slr' Thomas Lipton'fl challenge, desoti^bs'^he'suggestion, that to Impose a 75-fb6� limtt.>would cret^te a bad pre'c'ede'nt ^nd" ^eilttla^the importance of the raiVe^iBi.ftbBfird.:^it says that .a 75-f(3Qtor woiild bei Ifwger than either Sh'amrobfc or �Whitft'Heather, the only two big" oUttero. built tb the 23-nieti-e rule, and rioWdjr'xcould ^^sh to see better rapink'thaftV^?? been, provided by l&ese qrtfttf^urlng th. .., 59 No. i ^^orthern .......... .. 54 No; 5 Northern v^. i. >. .. . * 48v No. 6 Northern ;.>..*. ., -43 No; 1 Red .... - 65 ' No. 2 nedi .....;..... 63 No: 3 Red' "No. 4'Ke* 3HY OF 8URE- THINQS ..-.�^;�-��� ^ -'- r^'.....iT' ;-..vyv^^tfy^;'k. ;;;Vv-^A, tpaes' :i$3000 /bh: ;!; Flrat^p* Game With^Cuha(Ts,'i|t v?Murphy of !.|aie;aqulJB :ivis#flg^^ harll:;on the p:^ppEd^l0|ii|i^%f5|ure things" are nok-wiwayBS^^t-rdesi^-aj)ie.^Mc- won in quaUty- aivd flavour Wcause'the', , made djffers from others.-^It'i� d[cK itdt S; lOp A PUIQ! M^nufjicturers, ^QUEBEC WHO WILL manage; �'� MEDICINE HAT. TEAM Many After" the {'.!(pJhTr-Larry y.^ Pi per. Bob Spade landirRby iWhlsman ' Want,It, :;:Medicine Hat;:,Mai'ch'IS^r^edlcine Hat's old manager! -Billyh; Hamilton; oi-Kid Hulen, as he is" Itnowjji across the line, will manage Rcgina's team from the bench this season. Bill Hurley is managing Saskatoon and' Maokltt at ^Bdmpnton.,..:i;-:^;,;;;:.'::;Mp-^4/;^i'�^>': AfBob; Spade^tati'p^e: t,Jme sGlnolimatl'B star pltcher,.w;gu,ld like! to ipianage fo^ tale;Hat this ;ye^,f as^jwofilklijlajp man and LarryjPljer^i;^ great' work, on ^t�e ,mbttnd5&for the' ' local, qlub;,lri! hltf iJBrst,'. sptis'Qp  , 11 Paddy Welsh,%b'r3^|jp|.th^^^ part' of the 'aeairqh pt i6V0; Vas' thd. premier Blab - Artist �^'bfJ tjie. Western-, (Janada? .lesgu?; and iwii iWd f t^ >Mbdi8'ef �Ja^ by .the ,JHa*i .'whens^ thirty gamess y'^st i/y^ap; V W � 'wo�i* fake* to corae.-b�ck' to 'the 'Hat' """i^ ......'l^e^,e,'M.^;8||pt^?r4lo^^ ;.Do^.Vrp8ky:.3iffp�^f^^ v.:playeid;lPr;^ee:;seagop:8;in|thei:i^hfee?; I, I League, arid* lfrq**,,wiiat;;,l!tfeiicihe 'Hat" has seen. .ot..hl9,,styfe heVbughi I'MP^ aWc .tb,pM.up aglveat.game at' short for the Ibcala "' ton.camp tried-to-o^malp^ igafbet'On the result of la'st Friday'jiifeWs � contest in the Garden, has^j^ttracfed'the attention of the ^sMte;fftthTp�o,;co,^ mlBSlon. If McB:iirlandf;jy}^jffrnlsh the commission'fwith 'th6;,.nafae8 Vof these ~"~ from: McFarland sald''tha't ^~JiS'd--fr.T,_ from Chicago were arinoy^tt Ijy* thbse r gamblers until , "Secretary ^T^axy^]i;>B, sudden appearance on tlie'po^ne avert" ed a physical clash., ^i^-i � ALU rSTAhS LOST -�' Boston Ptlflrlrns Vfon From Invading Wlnnlpefl Te!�m-by, 6 to 4a u- / i Bontbn,' March '13.-The Winnipeg All-Stars met def^Jitln tl^a first game of its invasion of the States, at the hands of the Pilgrlma' hockey club of this city tonight. -Score, 6 to 4. NOTICES 'Farmers . 5S -. 63 , Per ton ..^19.Q0 ....2U0,0 20.00 Bran.............. Shorts I........... Oats ...... Rolled Oats =........... Prices Paid Poultry-Chickens, dressed'... Chickens, live ......... Turkeys, dressed .,,...,.,..,,.,...... . _ Turkeys, live ....................30 Geese, live .,.....i.,.;-..-i............." Ducks, live ..............;............1- Eggs .................................... Butter, dairy ........................... Butter, �creamery;,......;..............v Live Stock-Hogs, live..........................( Hogs', dressed ..........................� Mutton, live ........-....................� Mutton, dressed ............... Cattle-Steers, live............................s .Steers, dressed..................... Cows, live ..................................05 Cows, dressed......................., ^^ 21,00 .18 .15 .23 .16 .IB .30 .25 .33 .07 i' .10 .05 .11 .07 .13 FOO'tBAUU'-'executive There will he'a meeting of the City Foetb^ll league ;ex"6cutive tonight at the"'''Qnlck Print- at"8 o'clock. The game f or-Gwd FrldaywUl be the paramount question-to come up.-' � . frida.vs grain .PRICES , Winnipeg, :^ March : 14. The: gr^in markets today were as'follows : :'.''.' Cash Prices �, ,:.-: �" � No.:I Nor. .,....;....;.,..;............ Nb^.:2 .Not.: .;;..:...'!-.;-,v,.;.\.;.;..;.:..? No;. 3 Nor. :.......;.,';�../,.!.,.,.;....7;,.,.'......v',.* ..SO*; >No. JliiPeed-.^�MdHw..:iiij,..i,ft.i.aa^ No. .2 Feed-. i^....:..'.'..,;..wi,...../.... .. -26 Barley-: ..... � Nq�-4...;u..;....v.....,.;....-...j.............. .i5i Flax- � � , . �� ;� , - ., No. IN. W. C. l^OSi 85 J- � 825-'79* � 76ii ^04 55i 87 84 '81 -77^ JoliiiJaMescm Three '^^-�^""^ star �drink fefip: Word to the Wtii? \yheii the first warm �'will want a'Kh,tural NOW~Era|*l^^^-w''o, Mj your Gas'- ibge ' 3103 41 ;