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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LE'l'HBRIDOE HERALD .SATURDAY, MARCH 1-1, 1911 Old Country Football Sensational Hockey Game in Which Monarchs Let Am- ateur Hockey Championship Emblem Escape From Winnipeg After tour- Years Captivity There __ 'Kotch COLLAR March Allan Cup, carrying -Mln it tbe amateur hocLty championship of thp world, af- ter a sojourn in Winnipeg for the past four voters, taVes a trip farther vesi. -The Regies Victorias did the tjici ic-cight, when tliey r.osed out the deiendiag Monarcbs by the score of 5 to 4, or.e of the most sen- sational finishes seen in Winnipeg for a long time- Getting the Jump in tte twenty minutes of play by scor- ing four goals, the challengers held the lead right io the finish, ard the fought back liVe. they could not imll down the pfirly lead. The de'cco'ers finally get notched two goals before the .half er.ded aid oaly sensational epal Vfeping by McCulloch for the visitors, stopped the cup-holders from M Jeast tieing the count. CHEAT FIKISH The second half was a gruellisg af- fair, the Regicas fighting, to ofl the attack .of the Mcnarchs, and for 32 minutes the teams fought TriUi- RITCHIE TO MEET DUFFY HERALD PLASTERED TELEPHONE MEN! March Following are lit results ot today's scheduled loot- ball games, played on the grounds of the nrst-mentiouec! clubs HRST DIVISION liullco Waui'.ereis 3, Ojnlv 1. Burnley 5. Liverpool 3. Cbehra 2, Slirffleld United 0 Kvprton Hhckbum rimers 0 Manchester ViilteJ 0. Aston Villa C. London Scottish 17. Culled Smic-; es I Bliclhrjth is; old Leysians 0. -Northampton 0. Hii-hmond Gloucester C. Leicester 3. Bristol C, .Newport :i. Hath 4, Devoopoil 0. INTERNATIONAL INDOOR BASEBALL CAME AT Y.M. C.A, LAST. NIGHT WON BY SCRIBES Oldbaui .Miilrtic 3, 0. I'iWton Xorth Kcd Vcltfd 1. MiJdlesbrourb 1, Newcastle Sheffield VA'cJncsdav -J. Mauihester City 2. jo. i The Hwald agalu. towered the co! i City crs of the adversary In sn indooi baseball tilt at tuo Y.M.C.A. Thej ssma look place last night, and it was a senior league fixltiro with a pleatl- id 2, Tottenham Hotspurs Dromwich Albion 2, Bradford SECOND DIVISION ful supply of Mcltlus The scribes plastered the InS all over tlie telephone, manipulators in the first hall of Ihe eveidnf's perforriiance, but about mid-way the electricians Birmingham 0, Hiaclcriool O.'" Bradford 1, Wolverhamptun Waudtr- out a until tlecica finallr cured tbe goa! which landed them tbe i cup, a scrimmage in tbe Winnipeg go.-.' v giving Mastel- a chance to bat tLs ptck into an empty deieat staring tbrn'in the face the Mocarchs made a rally to hold tbe minutes to play, Maxwell scored for the Monarchs, and thirty seconds later Hay bulged the net There was less than a niinuto'io play and the Mon-! atchs kept .up.their determined on-' slaujht, -std McCtilloch saved a tot one from iiarplts just as (he bell clanged for time, 'aad Rejina had won a most, notable vistory. The line-up: Stuart point, Ir- Trriu rover, Maxwell; centre, Rutlan rkbt, -Hay left Marples. Mct'ulloch point, Otton cover, Cresswell; rover, Wil-, Abbott- left, Mastel. Besnelt, Brandon- Judge of PJSy-A. E. Gilroy, Port- age La Prairie. X.Y., March VYIllle Ritchie, lightweight boxing champion, and JlrniDy Duffy, of Lockporl.'have been matched to box here the sec- ond week in May. Ritchie Is guaranteed with a privilege, of 4S per cent; or the gross receipts. 4 JONES REFUSES OFFER Fielder Admits New League Sought His Services, but Says Ht Turn'- :ed Down Proposition I turned on a current of juice that prov- ed i terrife shock to Ihe Ink-slingers and nearly knocked them .off their It was only a phorl. circuit, however, and the newspaper boss came back -with a bunch of hot sluss that even the big loads and live wires ot their opponenU failed to handle competently. It-ended with the Her- ald- ten runs to the good, the score reading 2! to 14. Tbo line-up and nina: Herald 1 2 3 4 X S J Evons 1 1 J 01 0 2 7' Kaln 011052 Graily Frer ___ 0 0 0 i Jones 00 0 ii 0 2 Carlay .....0 0 i 0 1 Portland, Ore., March Fielder Jones, president ot the Xortlwtslero received an offer from 'the Federal leag'ie, but he had reMised1 ro accept It. He refused to state nrhat.the of- fvr bad been or what -his 'attitude would h5 In further overtures werejcade, MURPHY GOES TO THE FEDERALS Not favorably Taken With Minoi Leigue Berth Given Him by Connie Mick 'Xorwich, ilarcb captain of the PnUadel rhla Athlf-tics last year, stated last night that he. .bad signed a three- lears' contract ..yith the-' Brooklyn league He declined to he Is to.recehe. JIurphv war .a valuable man-as leader of tie champions last year. He did good work in the world's ser- ies, _8nd was partly, responsible toi the. success of the" Philadelphia team released r.lm to Ball! more, tut he refuses to go back to the minors. STANLEY. CUP TONIGHT The Herald- will post bulle- tins on the Stan'ey Cap game tonight: Toronto 'VE. 'Victoria, at Toronto. s SOUTHERN ALBERTA CRICKET LEAGUE HELD MEETING AT LETHBRIDGE REPRESENTED OF GAMES1 DRAWN UP Macleod.- Alta., Marco an- nual meeting of the Southern Al- berta Cricket league was held Ic the Slacleod club here list night, when officers for thy year were elected, the season's schedule of games drawn up Hud the constitution of the league amended. TLe -eipUnatloa of one clause in the constitution, viz.: "tlial aii'cricfcet clubs in Southern Al Iberia "south of and excluding Clares holm, he memhcrs, rests In Ihe tecl that some of the teams declared their intention of dropping out' If the lira- its of the ?hou1d be such tkat they would be uneMe to stand the ei pense of Jong trips. Apart from the thfc represenlativeis Ivsent from the -.different cluhs E. Poarell of Tan'er, A. J. Blacltbiirne and J. TIakis ot Letlibridge, and J pie- fr THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., LIMITED Manufacturers of the famous "AL- BERTA'S PRIDE." An ideal beverage with 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 this beer only If you vant the of beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer Without a THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 SWEDEN TOO HOT FOR JOHNSON Clumpon Forced Out by Hot- Stockholm. SiwJen. March "Jack" Johnson, the pugilist, who waa to have engaged in wreit. ling ualihes with Tederien >ud others !u (lOthenburfi. tiae been forv- etl to leave Sr.'tderi owing to the boa- tile deiiiunstratlons against him. CRICKETERS, NOTICE lii-ltasl, Irelaurt, Jlan-h H.-VValesv brat Ireland hero today in tlie luler- national ItURby jjwe by eleven poinls; to three-, liefotf'a larj'.' and enlhusi-j A full meeting of tlie I.elhbridtt "tic crowd, u.lcket club Is to be held tonight 'in the. office of Paluer t Lot-It, In tbe The Atr-erlon league, grabbed ofljlioval bank building at eight oVIocV. at Mauleod will be given, and for the ureaeut IMS'OII discussed. All Speaker. Crawford and de- spite the efforts of! the It cost money, but when Johniou and his doesn't elop them. assoelttoi nout anyihlng that members are requested Id be iti at- >i tendance at the hour appointed. 132015 Telephone Archer Burke Schweitzer Monroo Jtcllyea Ryan 3 4 1 3 1 1 .0 I 1 4 TABER CRICKET CLUB ORGANIZED NT. JSee anS H. G. Xapper of Macelod. Upon Mr. N'spper tatiag the chair, and the minutes of th'e last-geeeral ipeetmg.heicg read and adopted, Blackhurne moved acd Mr. Eeconded'.'a" resofatlon" to.'the effect league he under UK name ol the Southern Alberta Cricke; league, and that home-end-home matches be played between the af- filiated clubs and that to the league be mads br May 1. this re- solution was put thro-jgh unanimous- ly, as ias also arother proposed h> Mr. Harris, and seconded by ifr. Pow-ell that a letter be tent to Mr E. II. him on be- half of the league for the very hand some challenge cup donated by him Mr. Mannsell was then made hon orary president of the club for life and the officers for 1914 elect cd 33 tolloivs: President, A. Allen of Macleod: H. 0 N'apper of Macleod, J. H. Palmer Lethbrldse and E. Powell ol Taber P. P. Kortwrlgbt of Macleod selng in stalled as secretary-treasurer. The schedule for'the year Sfas thra; drawn up as follows: Taoer vs.- Lethbrldge, st I.eth- hrldge, May 25, 30 R.m. Ta'aer vs. Mtcleod, at Macleod, June 3, 10 a.m.' Madeotl vs. at June 2.30 p.m. Ixjlhhrldgo vs. Tabt-r, at Taber, July S, 2.30 p.m. Macleod vs. Tati-r, at Taber, Ant ust 19. 2.30 p.m. Lethbridge vs. Macleod, at Macleod, August 29, 2.30 p.m. Following the .up of the schedule, the constitution was am ended at gome length, but perhaps the only itTna of really vital interest to the ordinary enthusiast 'was legisla. tlon on playing rules Io the clfecl that points shaft be at follows: Win, 2 points: draw, point each. If nnlngg are not completed the match to he decided on tho first Innings, final tic, if any, to bft pla_yed off on date and at place to be mutually agreed upon, and If the competing clubs 'ars unable to coioc to any sat- isfactory mutual arrangement, the matter to bo decided by the execn. live. was mads era of the league, and an entrance fee to the league of for each club was fixed, the same to he pAid on or before thfi first of May each year. On motion of Messrs. Mec and ell, 11 -ais decided that the next gon eral meeting he htld on the tecond Tuesday In March. 1H1S. at bridge, and that fourteen days' no- tice of such meeting bn plven. Bo- fore adjourning the secretary vts In- strucleil to Insure the Maunsell GUI ajalml lots by firn'or IhefL WILL' GIVE GOOD ACCOUNT IN SOUTHEHH. ALBERTA LEAGUE V.- Brislol City 1. Lincoln Citr 1. Claptoa Orient 1, Bury 0. (Hossop 5, Barnslcy 1. (irimsby Totrn 3, Nolls Korwt'O" Lwds City 5, Iludilr-rsficld Town 1. Xotls County 4, Leicester Kosse 1. Stockport County 2, Hull City 1. Woolwich Arsenal 2, Fulham 0. SOUTHERN l.EAGUB Gillingham 3, Bristol Rovers 0. Xorwich City 5, Merthyr Town 2. United, abandon- ed. City 1, Plrmoiitli Argyle, 1. CryEtsl Palace 0, neadiDg-Quetn's Park HanjtrE, aban'ifpncd. Northampton 1. Sn-indoa Town 1. Soulh End United 2, Cardifl City Brighter] and Albion 3, ESL- eler City 1. Portsmouth I, Mitlwall Atblctic SCOTTISH LEAGUE 3, Abridwn 0. Ayr United 0, Kilmarnucl; 0. Ceitio-HMTis ol Midlothian, post- poned. Dundee 2, Clyde. 0. .Dumbarton 0, Rangers 3. Hibernians '2, Queen's Park 3. Morton 3, St. Mimn 0. 'Mothnn-ell 3, Raith Rovers'a. I'ar'lkk Thistle 0, Hamilton Aca- demicals 2. Third Lanark I, Airdrifoniins 1. HUOBy UNION Following are the results ol Rugby Union1 games played today Harlequins 13, Old Merchant Tay- lors 3. Taber, March annual gen- eri.l meetinr' of Tnber Cricket Clui> was heldlaHne'TaVr I'.ownhall on Thursday .'nignt, March. 12tb. W. Kudd presiaeii "over a fairly good mus .was Leagiw, iter.' The chief Item on the- the Alberta CricVsl of which Tahtr have cecome Mr. K. Powell, wLo was appointed to represent the club .at i the recent meeting ol the League heM at Macleod, gave his report- which was listened to with great and the spirit displayed augured well lor the club, the members being de- termined to rentier a good account ol themselves in the league. The election ol oflkets was as fol- lows.: Hon. rres.-A.. J. Macl.ean.M.P.P. H. rfoward. F. Tufflcy. Caplain-I. J. 1'artes. Brearey. Selection Pow- sll, RudJ, Jonts, 1'arkes, and Hiearej. i Grounds Ruild, MiVkinson and SparVes. It was dfcidfd tOjhold.a. drive in the near luture to help raise funds for additional crickeliji? ma- terial. Votes of thinks to Mr. J. n. Howard for tr.c ;.usc ol the. field and to the chairman, concluJed a meeting. the acid of comparlMn at three viUI points: REPUTATION The. Two-Sitty. BUndird Indian (Illustrated) re-preeents a motor- cycle value, decidedly In advance of the field today. A loatloo will conclusively prove that the 1M4 Isdlan with 38 Btlten merits to for for achievement in worlli which succcMtully carries It beyond competition. 1914 INDIAN MOTORCYCLE -The Indian reputation .every. Indian machine Is guarantet of relliblllty aud Eound conatructlon that any motorcycle purchaser could The Indlnn developed.more genuine mechanical devices for Ihe advancement ot the motor- famous, In- comparable comfort feature, the Cradle Spring all other makes combined. equipment-has been a-true" sen-, satlon. Tbe his: nailed Ha of leadership higher up on tho pole iban' ever by evolv- ing Motorcycle Electricity and pulimr it.Into efficient opera- tion. All standard models ore equipped ivlth electric light, electric tall light, two tels high amperage storage batteries, electric signal and Co'rbln-Brown rear-drive.speedometer. for a dtmonstratidn from any of the' 2600 Indian 1914 Citatog now rtfty D. E. MacDONALD AGENT FOB SOUTHERN ALBERTA 412 5th Street South. utl MECHANICAL EXPERT OVERSEAS, NOTICE Members of the Overscaji Football club are rerjueakd to [n the of this organization on Friday, March fd, at llic V.H.O.A., oluht p.m. AGED PREMIER TENNIS STAR Arthur J. Balfour, at IS, Enttrt tht Tourney at Nice N'tce, Kratice, March Bltldle of Philadelphli, with Mme. M. Oondoln as 3 partner, today ed Arthur J. Balfour, former British premier, and Miss tambert Cbam in the firs! round of the mixed doubles In Ihe international lawn ten- nis tournament. Mr. StUour, who Is 66 years old, remarkubly alert and played with great judgment.- Ha earned the enthusiastic aoplinte pi large and fashionable assemhiagc that had come Io see him play. FEDERALS AT. WORK Chicago, III., iftrch Reports from Tampa, Ha., lhat'at least.slit meihbera of ikt> Chicago Nallonil'lea- gue club might listen to offers'frorrl the Federal league, today aglttted the followerB of baiollll. OATAJtRH flYUKi CANADIAN >VHISKY IS THE BEST The trouble with imported liquor is that the Government of the export- ing country doesn't care so long as it is exported, and the Government of the importing country cannot super- vise its maiiufacture. Royal Reserve Whisky is made in Canada, and is matured for eight years in wood before bottling, under strict .Government supervision, as attested certificate on each bottle. ROYAL RESERVE IS SURE, PURE AND MATURE DEMAND THE BRAND Row, RESERVE ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA ;