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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HEItAM) PAGE FIVE BOOMING THE GAME THERE THIS FAVORABLE VIEW OF FRANrt PATRICK'S SUGGESTION (.'ranbrook, March Tte brook Lacrosse club eot oH to a they held an oiKaniratiun mix-tins and de- that when carried TORONTO TEAM BEAT FORMER CUP-HOLDERS SCREAMED WITH THE TERRIBLE PAIN I Opening Till of .Stanley Cup Series Won by Defend- 5 to Out of lengers Played Better Hockey Thau Winners Greater Tart ot ('towel Saw TJirill- Contest. bcrits lonichl. Wiih a hit niore of lack the store mistil love been re- versed, the'visitors in the first anil periods shaded the X. II. A, champions, and hut lor the marvel- ous work oi Holmes, who gave one of the bost exhibitions ol go.-U-kecp- ins ever witnessed on Ilic local team, (ha Westerners would have plleJ up a substantial Irai'in'the thrtc periods. CROWD It was a splendid crowd oi.over six IWusatid' that packed the Arena when the game uegan. The visitors sur- prised the crowd hy their skill in Hit sis: man gair.c style. Early in tl.c (janir they iesorled lo spectacular 'three and luo man rushes thai fair- lv carried Ite locals off their feel, and while they played this game iliey looted to have the better of the (llay The Toronto Itowhig and Athlcllc club. o! tlie O.ll.A. plajdi! the Mnn. v archs at ou Salur- day "night, the T.It, t A. win- nlng t-r S (o 5. They play again tonight. Theso are exhlbsiloti con- tests, and tho Stanley Cup It OPEN COURT TENNIS CHAMPION not Involved, the cuji not be- ing recognized in Iho Kesl as tho Canadian championship emblem any more. thins, having a little the better ol it. TIKI) THK SCOJIE Hut (he visitors would not he de- nied, and kept, fljhtirjg for tlie goal that the score. It came alter OEO ol 1'atrick's er.d tu end rushes. After relicvme at Ills own goal mouth, he. carried "the pui-k clown through the nholc Toronto drew out the defence aiid passed to Dunderdile well Holmes was caught alone r.irJ ;vas e.lbily beaten. A minute later- I'oultn came down with a spectacular rusli. eluded Ihe team and shot in SUCCESSFUL SHOWING DANCE FRIDAY IN PAST GOOD OF THE WORLD PHILADELPHIA will place !he club on a tfry strong looting. Officers elected were jus follows lion. 1'res., Mayor Sj- i inoii Taylor; President, II. V. Ileat- tie Yjce-presiitt-al, J. H. IJoyt? 2nd vice-pifjidsnl, Hall; 'tari-lrrosurer, .las. {Urchin: execu- tive. H. S. (iariett. w. Mattacws, ff. Chambers, Archie l.fiuh man- ger and captain, K. 11. .McPhfc. A it.tinbership fee of ilolUr will be i charged to Ihe club, and he.sides this jsuljEcripUofiS will l.c from I the merchants. The colors oi Ihe club i were chosen which are- ganset and grey sweater and white pants. A com with sentativcs of the vaiio'js dubs hei they legislate to Dislftssiag Kidsej Treat's, Sf. THOMAS, Oxf., April ut. 1911. :la 1911, laid up with Kidney r-ibleaan1 able to get'o'jl of nij chair. Had triwl iDtny kidcey without satisfactory results. The paiu was and my screams could on thtitreel. OBedtyaTiteEid from Ouaxa came to see me. and uneu J fce louud me ia poor health, said Krai.i sample of "Fmit-s- lepre- which he did afccf I commenced f doses lint I aves o e c "A re, durlcg hf suggested that j to lake they Ipjislate to cliinicale body j" chlX'k iiltogcllipr. HE clabis thil Ic sufftri'cg with Kidney Trouble out Ihe lody clieik nMns lie1 to'tike "Frnit-a-tives" and cure elimination ot all fouls, esccpl ihe i Philadelphia, Pa., court tennis match .March 16.-Tho between .Jay Gould, the amateur American cham- pion, ar.d Geo. I'ovcy, of England, tUe professional champion, for the open championship oi the world was begun shortly after r.oon today at the Kaciiuet Club o! 1'Ulaiielpiiia. Four sets were played today, four will be played on Wednesday and the match will be continued cr. Saturday if one of three will interview mayor and council askir.g thai the that stick, or by tupping. 1'alrick dt-clirei i that the 1'arife CVasl league will 'S t DANGEROUS TO MONKEV esseijlials. WITH BRITISH SPORTS The Ultavva cluh ha'l agreed lo fo-: operate with Patrick as the past ae-a-' London. March Stafford As sou was a drastroas occ lur the Sen- i sizes recently wns tolii the tale of n ators. They Irad tcvrral stniitln guileless Italian, named Uloletti, who games and were, away ahead in tlifj unsuccessfully tcuiiilM one of Kns- body provide a suitable grounds ioj championship race when a chapter c.t- laud's mcti fair.ous football players. spurt. The secrelary will he pleased accident'! stopped tlifm up. Aiurmsl JCFSC in the inlercBt'of a to hear from all other townr. along the injuries., all of which IUBV be at- football betting system run by Ma the at ?.n date with a view 'tributed to body checking clore to having a representative rsf each 'o 'he boards, were J team n-.trt at a centra! place ar.d ar- Hhorc, sprained Vneo Mer- Uromwi in son in Geneva. Penninglon Is caotain of ihf. lange for a league and broken rib; llroadbeM, broten i intcrnallonal player, Albion team, ami a famous and as it suited ol the rnntcstants hai not already won seven sets. The betting today was 10 to 8 on Uould to win the title. Aniong .the spectators weie George Gould, father oi the American player, The Caledonian Football'Club held i anil Foslall Keew, who came up' games. It is the "intention n! the local 1 thumb Monan, sprained l.r.ec. I youns liioletti'a "book" that Ererton club to have a strictly amateur team j Oltawas have decided to en- j eilher'iviu or draw their inalcu and go into the game for all that is courage, junior hockey and will finance j wit-n ,oe on November 2D, a in the other towns le 'a city league next season. close on Holmes, ind the latter was; lucky to save it. VISITORS. SHOW SPEED visitots were now playing the fastest hockey ol '.he night. Ulrich came on lor Dunderdalc and initiated their annual general meeting in the-from the south to see the match. cnoush to organize early and let Cnn-i'to'y affiliate with the aila's" national game gei lo a good Hockey assot-ialion, as the inter-pro- j star! in'tftc Crow. vincial has hcen a ME failure in Ihe apital, and Otiawas realize the ecessity of having a junior league in ider to develop new players [or the It will ,esuj[ appearfil extremely un- Oiilario nual gen A. fas' I, ITT I t Jt LlCU IWl llll. k a rush that ouly ended when Holmes K. Scolt, went on and me Mr.ck a s. Slwarli M. back again, ar.d from j n- llardlev J and gave Holmes the opportunity I minute later carried it playing the 5ame of his life: Time Marshall secured it, ar. rom .f j. j c, tod and aLJain Patrick and Gehge, away OLI'- heat Lindsay with 'jjcia'tiRblnn lire.iking up dangerous looking rallies thai gave Toronto the bad. by the' sweeping -The Vicloria'a carae down ti t Friday, ilarttl fiould won the first set sis to The secretary read'the yearly ic-jjn'g. The second set also port- showing a very- successful year Gould six to c-ne. The- champion won eleven games beloicl the Englishman won a game. Gould won the third set six to four 1 after it stood four to four. j The fourth set- also went to Gould 6 to 3. in football though just breaking even financially. The following officers wero elected for the coining season: hy the'local sweeping] -The1 Vicloria'a came down time and down Ihe ire, Palrick surprising the j ar.d -Rinsply bombarded tlie cro-.vd'by his cihibiiions of speed, j Toronto nets.1 but coulJ r.ot beat while" Genge's corkscrctv lushes ou I Holn-.es. Koine oi ihe best hockey of the net also caught Ihe fancy of the Of the forw'aius, Poulin was prob- ably Ihe most effective man on the Icc.'ar.d his work in front of the nets gave Holmes many ani'ious momculs. THKBE QUICK OXIiS The game was a lastt closo chcekinE afiair. and the locals the game was shown by the visitors tor .the remainder of the period, hut there was no furlhcr score. The litie- little combination th: up Victoria Jnilsay ienge 'at rick Poulin Kerr Position Point C. Point Centra flight Left Holmes ilarshallj BUTTE McNamava j Foystoa IJavidson .j Walker Scott. SfC.-Treas.-J. M. Hcndric. Wilson. ICxecutive J. .1. G. Masson, If. A. Mave-y, McMillan: At a meeting of the new executive it decided to hold a dance.on the night, of (food Friday: GETS THIRTY DAYS OF RACING THOMAS TO CAPTAIN MACKS FOREMOST WILL HAVE "SOME" BASEBALL TEAM Have tht Material and Lots of effected an Organization TO PROVIDE BERTHS FOR CAST. OFF PLAYERS OF THEIS ORGANIZATION New York, March ot icpoils that (he Federal League officials were working on a schwnc to organize two .minor leagues to I nroucle berths for players cast off Foremo.su March H.-Fore. Jy lbe parcnl. was moile most Is going to liave.ome ball JohR M. Ward ol ttje UroaMyn The 'agiie ot recruiting Presidfat James A. liowie, Montreal. Judge of Pls Johnny lircnnan, Montreal. RECEIPTS OF. .GAME Toronto, Ont., >farch re celnU on Saturday iu the game between Torontoe and Victorias wero which .the ring got 30 per cent., f 1356; tho winners, Toronto, CO per of tho remainder, S18P8.40, and Victoria 40 per cent, SHirifJ.IQ. MAY KILL NEW YORK BOXING GAME Albany, X.Y., Maich Mur- ray bill, which would abolish the. slate athletic commission and forbid pro- fessional boxing exhibitions in the Elate, was reported favorably by the assembly judiciary comrnitteo today. Meet Will Start July At tractive Purges thlsjear. A rneeling held In the j manager new hail on Tuesday night, and UIE cwerai-j eleclion of officers tool: place, HS lows: -Mr.v-a. WIUlo, preFidpiit; I farms is AlberlBOD. laicsTplan" Mr. J. M. Over fifty M OTCaili2ed taseliall and dollars )iave been promised, and there1 Butte, Mont., March ButU race meeting wi'rt start on July -J; and continue (or thirty days. .This art nouncenient ivas'ma'de tonight by H. 1; WilEoa, president of tha Butte Rao ins association. It was also announce? by Mr. Wil son that thn value of the purees "and handicaps will be increased for the cominfi meeting. The selling events will reinain at S300, but. the-pOTses will he MOO, and oil handicaps will he from up. The staku cvenla hlivc not been decided on as yet, bill there will be a substantial Increase in these. hl fieht Mr .._.d saiJ it met with Us ar-vrpral Is notblng-vvhatovcr lo ljtnfl.er us tav. in goathf Prfsideut Oil lug one of tliJ finest ball teams in the more, It >s will keep in close country, as we have the Elufr and lots] loijci! witb the training quarters o It. j National ahd Anierican League cluhi and win hid for all younz plnyers ROCHESTER WELTER DEFEATS who are dropped at the close oi th Catcher Selected to Succeed Dan Murphy, Who Is Released to the Baltimore Club senior called casually Penning ton tbe day faeEore tbe 1 match and offered him ?275 to FacH- Jitate ihe Jinprobahle, for each player. Pcnniugtoti Indulged false hopes to the extent of demand' in? written security for payment atid j communicated irith Mr. Dassetl, chairman of club. Caught With the Goods The match happened to end in a draw and Pennlugton approached Blo- letti anil asked for the cash. The.lat- ler wished to retire to a cu'iet corner Philadelphia, Pa., -March was; of ground lo complete the tians- aunounced at the office of the Phila- delphla American league club tonight that Catcher Ira Thomas Lad signed Eiis 1311 and that lie had hut Pennington _ said what would have been obvious to anyone else, "Oli, no, it'3 ijerfectly open, you can give it to me here." Biolelti then .-A. i..-v give it to me nerc. uimem been selected as captain, to succeed j over ,he monoy.' Then Mr. Dan Murphy, who has been released j Ba6ieU alld a'couple of policemen lo tbe llailimore Inlernalional leajno lly Mul nioieui under arrest. club. BRADLEY TO THE MANAGE BROOKLYN FEOS New York. S.T.; March H.-L-Forrn- al anouncement of the appointment of William (Dill) Hradley as rhaia: of Inn Ilrooklyn Federal lea'gne elub was rr.adc hero yesterday -afternoon Tlie prisoner "was found guilty and sentenced to fivo months' imprison- ment. KILBANE CANCELS BOXING BOUTS Cleveland, Ohio, March Kiloane. featherweight chamnlnn. called off last night his matches "with Johnny Dundee of New York al Phil: by of the 'club, 'llrad'.ey adplphtn. -March 18, and Charlie -Of Chicago, at the month. ITe is suffering, from gripped first base for; tic' .Toronto club of the International league lasl season. TREM8LAY traiaing season. The best oi j men, it is planned to use in" fillin Utlca, X.Y., March gaps jn federal League clubs while TremUay of Montreal, holder of theiths otheis will be apportioned to world's lightweight championship, I teams in the two minor league, cir- defeated on tYiday night by Wat- cuits. ter Keegan in a wrestling match. Kee- gall got a fall In two hours and ten 'minutes, ar.d Tremblay declared him- Eelf unable to continue. (r WINNIPEG BOXERS TO APPEAR BEFORE. KING IN WINDSOR CONTESTS THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., LIMITED Un lap In The City THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 Winnipeg, -Man., March spe- cial cable to Ihe Tribune from London statea that Winnipeg O'Brien and Abe Maiitcll, both of .Winnipeg, have been selected to appear in a special boul before King George at Windsor ou Wednesday, April 1. Mnntel! is ueiier known here as "Vouns Abe Alt unrter wMch name he here before making bis trip to England vllli O'- Brien. FEDERALS PLAN COURT FIGHT BASEBALL WILL BE CHINA'S NATIONAL GAME Chicago, HI., March Is destined to liecomo China's nation- al according to -Toe Ilenz, firsl of the world tourists to reach Chi o.- Japan IB already n nation of baseball fans, be said. Beiu nrrivcd anO was greeted by Miss Alice Lcddy, whom lie la to inarrj1. Ho pectfi lo leave for the- While training camp In California after Hie Bedding. He brought hacTc gooJ lid' Ings of Catcher Daly, the Box recruit, and said Jltn Thorpe. Iho Indian, ath- lete, had improved greatly and would be of groat assistance to tho G fan Is this year. THE ALLAN CUP Following is the list of holders and cbaSlengefs for the Allan cup, which was ivori by the Tlegiua Vica from tbe Monarchs last' week. University de> fcaleil Cliffsldes, Ottawa. -Michael's-college, To- ronto, by defeating Queen's, who had previously defeated CHMefdee. SL Michael's subsequently defeat- ed Sherbrooke in defence the cup. awarded lo Winning Vlctotias hy default; VIC5 defend- ed againc-.t Kenora. Vies defeated gary, Regina, and Katon's, woii leasue champinr.Ehlp and took cup; dc- fenrled agafnst MOOEO Jaw and KU monton Winnipeg .Monarchs won league champioriFiilp, and defeurt cd against Kenora; Regina Vic defeated Monarchs and cup goes to Regina. CANADIAN TEAMS TIE IN PLAY NEW YORK Quebec ar.d Iho Wanderers played an exhibition game iu New on Saturday. It uns a (Ic, S-S. TiOHT DREW Milwaukee, -March celpls of tho ten-round boul between Willie llltchie-, the llghtvclgtil cbam- p'on, and Atl Wolgast Rmoi'inteil to according to a statement to- day by Manning Vaughn, secretary of the Wisconsin stale boxing commis- sion. Forty per cent, of this ninoiinl, or JK..922, 'wenl lo nilchlc; Wolfflil re- coivcil 411.911, or 3D r.er ccul., and tho, promoter., divided J995S. Ttis commlsFlon receiv CHEW L SUGAR TOBACCO MILD. SWEET, MELLOW and JUtCV Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Quebec Winnipeg Attorney Prepares Complaint in In. junction Suit to Keep Killiftr from Playing With Phillies Indianapolis, Ir.d., March a con fere nee'over Ihe long distance1 telephone with Silas H. Slrawn, at- torney'for the Chicago Federal league club, B.. E. Gates, attorney tor the Federal league, touicht announced that the cornplalnt in the injunction suit to prevent William Klllifer from playing with the Philadelphia Nation- als would be completed tomorrow, but that it be several days before tlio papers would be read in conrL The suit will be brousht In the IteA Slates District court at Grnr.d naplfo. Mich., as It is understood Wi- nter resides In the jurltdtclioii of thai court: Mr. Gates raid n temporary restraining order to prevent Killifet from playing wllh the Philadelphia Nationals would be'nohcd. and that tho Federal ieaguo would lie to give bond to reimburse Kllltfc- II the suit for a permanent injunctloi Tho complaint will set up that Kil lifer had signed a contract to play with the Federal league club in CM- cogo, Mr. Gates r-ald, and that he has failed to renort for duty. Tho com plaint will fco aerit to President mo-8 of the league, who Is in Shreve- rwrt. La., for his Inspection before i> Is filed in court.- Old Country Footbaii SHEFFIELD UNITED WIN FROM MANCHESTER CITY London, March After playiiig two draws in the fourth round of the Football Association Cup competitions, Sheffield Untied today defeated Manchester City by a score of 1 goal lo nil. The United, therefore, will meet iii-mlpv in the serai-finals on of Millnrall Athletic, on the latter's grounds. In a postponed lea gue fixture, by tbe score of 2 goals to 1. IRELAND AND SCOATLANC DRAW ground, on Saturday, March !S. London, March I ff and Scotland played a game of one goal each In the. WINNIPEG FANS LIKE COAST OFFSIOE RULE Winnipeg. Man., March Tli coast offn'.dc rule of not calling off Elile3 in central kc. was In troiliicsd for tlie first tfme In Wfnn peg, inndo a.big lilt with fans, I ccrttlnly make ttic plnr cr nnd more Interesl'ng to tiie s Krank Palrlck. spenMng atte the exhibition game between Viciorl ant! Vancouver, saEU thai Ihe boj were asliamfrf of themselves for th poor exhibition of horifcr-y they put u but ihsy could not show the Inio form oh Ilic bad ice. Ho iliat ii was the eihlblllon tli Iho coast (earns have over nut u There I a no douVt that the playe wero tsol nl their lest, as lasl ye: thej- showed much belter form NORTHAMPTON LOSES After winning fiom Die strong lead-' soccer Internatlonil yesterday. of Hie Southern League on Eat- Taa halMlmc score was 0 to 0. day, 1 goal to nil, Northampton enl down to defeat today at the GEv'e this machine the acid test of companion at three vital points: Tho Two-Sixty Standard fmlian (Illustrated) represents a motor- eycle value tlecidctlly In advance of tho field today. A close exam- ination will conclusively prove tliat tho 1914 Indian with 33 Better- rtienLs to for priceV-fiuAllly ror achievement in worth which sucecFafully carries it beyond competition, 1914 INDIAN MOTORCYCLE equipment has been a trus sen- sation. The Indian has nailed us nan 'of leadership higher-up un Uio pole Iban evor by evolv- ing Motorcycle Klectriclty and jj'.ittlns it Inlo efficient opera- tion. All standard models nre cijuipped rrith electric head light, elcelrlc (.ill light, two ECU high amperage storage batteries, electric signal and Corbir.-Brottn rc-ar-drlve Tho Indian reputation hehlnd every Indian machlno la the greatest Bimrantce of reliability and sound conslrut.tion lhat any motorcycle purchaser could have The Indian has developed more genuine mechanical devices for tlie advancement ol motor- tho fflraoua, in- comparable comfort feature, the Cradle Spring thin all other makes combined, for a demonstration from any of the 2500 Indian dealers. 1314 Catalog now ready D. E. MacDONALD AGENT FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA Reir 412 5th Street South.' MECHANICAL EXPERT LethbrkTge. ;