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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LJSTHBRIB^ajP DAILY HBBALD . Monday, March 17,1913 Alberta Chjjleiigers Defeated :9 to 6 but at Half-Time Shaped Up Strong i ' \Vianjpeg, March 16-Smiirting un- '��''�Att a reverse of a 5 to * score at half Mme, the Winnipogs, spurred on by dejsperation, oame through with a rush in the .last 30. minutes -of. play, and by scoring^ five goals, puwecded in defeating the challenging iEs'tiinos from Edmonton, by a 9 to 6 tally in the first game between . th^se two teams- for possession of the 'Al^an Ctgi at the auditorium rink on Saturday night, after one ot the .greatest and most exciting hockey gomes ever.staged In the west. ' ''"fFbe gamBi though not up to the afcaddai^, for flniehed play, was about the 'most exciting staged here 'The "iDakimos, fresh from not hav-V ,ins taVeu part, in a gruelling contest i f^^^^^ at a :� v'Wto^^ while the Winnipegs, ifcelfBg somewhat stiff after their recent gamep with the Moose Jaw kitejUDj were slow to get started, and ; M they were at ii^ithe, vteltets. had taken a lead which ; toSk.a lot of good playing to over- ' ' ? ******* '4> . � , .� � * LANqFORD PUT 9ARRY AWAV IN QUICK TIME ppi84)ane^, Aua^ralla, �March 16.--Sam Langfbrd, of Boston, heavyw.eigftt pugilist, defeated Jlrh, Barry, of Chicago, by a knocKout, in the first round. This is the second time Barry has been beaten by Langford, their l.�t figbt occurring at , Melbourne, In May, 1912, when the men went eleven rounds. � � � � � S'-* � * * * * * � ?  MiSHALL ANO FOLEY TO MIX�BLAI10RE Bout Set for Next Saturday Night-Marshall Well Prepared for the Go ' :^at promises to be the sporting event of the season will take place ot^^'Good Friday, at the Ball Park, whisn the Post Office and Bankers' football teams claah In a friendly ff^:. Kiok-off immediately after the -^.-o". B.-CaUie'match. No extra ad- '"'mission wJlKbe.charged: kr.--.-- NEW EOlhtBURGHS WON ' INTER-PROVINCIAL HONORS Vv. . 'Ottawa, March 16.-In. the last semi-k^/i'IijialB.' of -the Inter-iProvlnci&l Ama-ps; ieur" Hockey Union, thc New Edln-^ E|B', Ihur^hs-'defeated.Brockvlllo at the IP-^^j^ caj.rink last night iy 5 to 2, thus wln-ihlhif on the "iiome and home series by HiUcrest, March 14.-Blairmore .jivill have an opportunity to see some cl�*sy boxing on Saturday, the 22nd inst., when Nick Marshall, the HiUcrest scrapper, and Jud Foley, the Milk River, mit artist meet in a ten totmd bout. Marshall is well known throughout the Pass for his clean ^ghtlng, and has up to the present a clear record. He has been training tor some months (or the forthcoming event and at th? present time is in the pink of cond)tiou aud feels confident of the ultimate outcome o[ the scrap. From his former battles with ^uch oKn as Qreenwood, Morris of Nova Scotia, Ciurley Smith oi Cran-brook, and Charley Burrows of Belle-vue, "he has the making of a first class boxer, the above mentioned opponents being ail well known men among'the followers of the game. His boosters among the mining towns surtbiinding Blairmorc and HiUcrest areoready toback their man to the limit,, and MarshaU is prepared to do his utmost to show his appreciation of their suppbrt. It is expected that the audjience will be the largest on recprd. in the Pass, a large number of i the abetter seats having been already .bqoked up and the remaining few ax^^goipg rapidly. CURLING TONIGHT ? ? Curling has been given an-otheVi lease of Hfe, and the roarlu' g^me wIU be played again at' the rink tonight. Three Sheets office will be in shape. ? WINNIPEG AMRS-E n AGAIN Boston Hockey Squad Evidently Very Classy-Shut AVest-emers Out FATOMTES POE THE KINO'S PLfTE Boston, Mass, Mar. IS.-rThe Winnipeg All-Stars were agam defeated at the arena tonight, the Boston Athletic Association Hockey seven shutting them out 4 to 0': Capt. �Qardner,-of the championship Harvard College seven was in the^ loaal's, goal and played a remarkable game. ENGLAND WINS INTERNATIONAL RUGBY SERIES Went Through Tourney Without a Defeat-Scotland Downed Saturday TwicKsnham, England, March 15.- England beat Scotland here today by 3 points to 0, aiHl thus won the Internationa! Rugby tournament without the loss of a game. The gam^ attract-�ed its usual large crowd, and the interest was Intense, when the match started, as a win for Scotland would have tied them with the winners. England kicked off, and had the advantage of a high wind. Quite early in the game-a free k}ck feU to Scotland. Tarr, however, secured, and handed to Lawe, who was beautifully collared by Sweet. Following a great breakaway by the Scottish front ranks, headed by Turnej', the bail was dribbled to thei English goal, but Lowe touched down. A gfeat run by Coates would have scored, but Wallace, 'the Scot's back, made a superb tackle. An att;&mpt at ;goal for Eng^ land by Davles followed,, but the baU went underneath the .cross bars. A high kick by Robertson, who tcck advantage of Ihe high wind, then carried the game Into the English territory. A great round of passing by Sutherland, Shand and Sweet followed. ' ,� yiEt).3ioo WINNER TO MEET BUBNLBY NfiXT SATUtoAY^ENG-LAND TRIUiyiPHS OVER WAi.E3 ' Lon'don, March iT.-^In their third meeting in the fourth round ot the English cup, after two scoreless draws', Sunderland -scored a victory over Newcastle Unfted to tho tune of throe goals to nil , on the latter's groitnd.thb'.aemi-nnals will be plaj'-ed hext Saturday week- when Sunderland -will meet Burnlov,: and Aston Villi vs. Oldham Athletic. ' ENOLANDBEJV.T WALES In tljc protesbional internatlonaras-sociati'onganw played today, England scored a victofy over Wales, coming out with the long end of a tour to three score. New Years Resolution for 1913 Keep to JOHNJAUISON in Whiskey. OLD COUNTRY GAMES There are 42 entries for the famous King's Plate race which opAns fof the racing seas6� in Canada, The^^ above are two. of the favorites-both from the Giddlngs Stable. The horse wit>f "the jockey up Is ,the famoua Hearts of Oakj-'iiio is said to be best chance for the Ring's Guineas. The, riderless horse Is Andromeda; who la considered a serious contender. WANDERERS WON SERIES FROM QUEBEC (By James J. Corbett, former Heavy- , The time has arrived when the bout Though Champs Won Saturday Night-Mummery Termed "White Hope" (New York, Mareh 15,-Quehecs, the Stanley cupholders^ defeated the Wanderers of Montreal, last night, at St. Nicholas rink, by a socTe of 5 to 3, though the goal: umpire awarded iiiQ Qcebecs one goal more, which was disallowed by the referees. The Wanderers,. how^ever, won the series by an aggregate of 12 to 10. Last night's match .wa� played on ice that was melting' from the time the crowds began to assemble in the rink, and a fog that' at times prevented the goaltendera from seeing the puck, and' accounted for one of the Wanderers'; scores, as Art Ross shot from neat' the centre, and Mor-an's first intimation that the rubber was coming was when it landed In the net. The ice conditions made for hea^T playing and �checking was heavy at. all Hmea, and in the last period the game grew very rough. 'Ross was the chief offender, as he seemed to resent the interference of Mummery, who was variously dubbed "Beef Trust'' a>d ".White Hope" by the many siipportera'of the ^ander-l-ers, who seemed, to think It treason for the big engineer to,.prevent the Wanderers' captain from carrying his spectacular rushes to a, success. laec TAILORING CO. ^^�M^mz .T9WNT6.' ,. "-'"'TED �-^(.ASS TAILORING ||�-morn JOB LALLY EAST TO.. LEAVE FOR WEST COAST Celeijrated In Lacrosse World-May Pilot Second Team In Vancouver Vancouver, B.C., March 14.-Cornwall is to lose Joe Lally. The N. L. U. tmpressurio, has decided lo come to the Coast, and New W^estoinster officials are authority for the statement thai the famous Jo? will pilot a second team in Vancouver, Lally, according to the report, will open a sporting goods business here. Vancouver officials know nothing about a second team in this city, but the New Westminster moguls appear to be- pretty well posted "on Laliy's ^movements, and say w second Van^ couver team will .he organized. The annual meeting of the 9. C.L. Ai will be held on March 22. Victoria will have a pro team,; and will.send repre^ ]seht�tiv�5B', tl?, the'.meftMhfe weight Champion of the World) (Written expressly for the Lelhbridge '\ . Herald) The mooted question; - of whom among the middlewelghta shall sucf' ceed to the title vacated at-the time of Stanley Kelchel'a death "is rapidly approaching a final settlement, As a Insult of an easy, victory over Papke last week many experts are already hailing Frank I^aus as the .�world's champion. - \ ' In this they are a trifle premature. By beating iPapkei the Plttsburgher did not win tfa^ American'championship. Billy was a dead bird long ibe-toTe he bumped into Klaus. His' de-. cllne dates back -more, than two years and if anybody will takis the trouble to study the record >books hp''will find that the Kewanee , boxer wds 'long since eliminated as a championship possibility. . " But X am not aiming to take dway the credit of victory from Klaus, There Is no doubt that Frank Is one of the very best middlew^igbtiS intbe country, and that means the'world In this particular division of pugilism as American boxers have demons'trat-ed'beyond question that'they outclass the English, Australian- and'HVeiqh representatives. At thel same tinie. Frank, will have to show the'homo folks a little more before we � can hand him the title. � ^y'^'::'-'''-'';-:'''.' McGoorty stands between-" Klaus and the championship goal,' jyfhlle EHdle has not shown top-notch fqnn In recent starts It Is' thought ;tfiat nothing really serious Is the' nJatter with him-that is, nothing"at short rest and proper training  will' not remedy. And it will not do' to overlook the fact that som^ of his performances have been little short of sensational and e.vcel anything .ever shown by his rivals. Notable .amonB these was the quick defeat ioZ.iDaye Smith, champion of AustraHa; "also the' knockout In one'roundI'dif'-'Jaolt Harrison, claimant of the 'BngUsb title. ' �; Before Klaus can be cor(C9de^j?ths honors McGoorty' will have to*be?ellraT inated from the race. The b'oyp h^v9 never .met. A respect tpxL)fi?di.^ other's prowess has ^r.^ymi'mlPtTPi^^^' ing so far. Last year :Jl^^ rqqffroth tried to bring them togetheir;'.butj.:lt,cV Gdorty refused 'tb make; :l|'tfItijssldr thereby IndlctfUng a 'very Wgh*'f:egard for the skill of the Pltt8%|ip^er;'.>'i>4; the latter was e7 No. 2 Northern .. ........ 63 No. 3 Northern........... 69 No. 4 Northern ...... .... -54 No. 5 Northern........... 48' No. 6 Northern 42 No. 1 Red ..........:. 65' No. 2 Red...... ... 62 No. 3 Red............... 58 No. 4 Red ............i..- 53 Per ton Bran....................................$19-00, Shorts .,.;................................... 21.00 , Oats.......................................... 20.00 Rolled Oats ............................... 21.00 , prices Paid Farmers Poultry-Chickens, dressed....................18 , Chickens, live............................ -15 Turkeys, dressed............ .22 IHirkeys, live....................... Geese, live........................... Ducks, live............... Egfts..................... Butter, dairy....................25 Butter, creamsry............. .32 J,ivc Stock- ... Hogs, live............................ -074 Hogs, dressed J,,............. -10 _ Mutton, live............................^ -05 Mutton, dressed .....\ .11 Cattle-Steers, live ........;........,..,�..? .07 Steers, dressed..........................13 Cows, live.....................J.........-06 Oo-ws,' dressed............................11 Pfoduoo- V '� Potatoes CabbaRe Onions Carrots WANTS MAN WHO VyiLl. MAKE HIM WORK HARD Frank Qotch Opens. Fire-Talk About Match tWIth Le Marin Premature . Winnipeg, March 17. - The markets today were Cash Price|s- Wlieat- Kapsas City, March 18.-If Frank Gotch takes a notion to wrestle again he will make >his first and last appearance in Kansos City. This Information cones. straight from' the feed box-rfrom the Hon. F. Qotch himself. W. D. Scoville received a letter from the champlbtx;^ In'which lie said that he had jiot,been. matched to meet La Marin as ;report,ed and that when he made up "hi� mind-to wrestle, if he ever did, Kansas City would know about It In a hurry. "I have never said that I would wrestle again," salA' the champion "but if I do I will malje my word gopd by giving KanpasClty my flrat match The story sent out to the effect that I had be^n matohed to meet Le Marin was a trifle premature. I never had disouBSsd the matter with , Qeorge Kennedy, "the fact that Le Marin defeated Zbyszko. puts him in the run ving it I decide to wrestle, again, but he will get no more consideration than Lurlch. And;'by tihe way, why don't Le Marin ^hd Lurlch wrestle It out and than let the winner worry m9 with challenges? I am glad that some of the foreigners are showing class, for if I, decide to try again, want to meet a man who can make mo work hard." � ,,, KIVIAT through, Packey McFariand's claim to the' title of cleverest boxer in. the "misfit division" of pugilism Is still paramount. By "mis-fit" I mean the class that is neither light nor welter. In the contest with Jack Britton, Packey scaled at 140 ringside, "which suggests he is nearly ready to take the plunge among the welters and physically unable to mak^ the llgh^ 'Weight limit. In the latter respect; McFarland has always been the tough-luck kid. Packey outclassed Britton Just as he Qutclasses all the boys who tackle him. HlB equal as a boxer anywhere near the weights Is yet to be uncovered. Possibly Britton made a better showing than the average opponent, but his work did not indicate that h^ ranked with the stockyards expert. Willie Ritchie has not be�h heard from, lately wltli regard to a match 'with McFarland. From what I am told Willie would have ^qulte as hard a job making 133 as' McFarland. "They tell me," Nolan's champion has taken on much beef and now scales well over the 140 mark. If this is true Nolan should have no reasonable objections to offer to a match with the Chlcagoan, but I doubt if he would consent to Willie's risking his reputation even in a no-deolslon con-teat with so skilfull a boxer as Paok-ey. . ^. : - � . It'Ja said that the athletic com-blnatlon Billy McCarney has on tour, and of which Luther McCarty Is the head liner, is not making the money its;promoters expected. Expenses of toting, around a few high-priced stars eat ut) the gatc receipts very fast, and there's lltUe left for McCarney and MoCarty when thc other boys Ijav;-?'received their "bits.". .piobard Klegin, who promotes flgh'tff In Paris and 0t. Petersburg, and aQ^ioId place where there Is a chance toBgei-'the inoney. tried to persuade McGayty; to agre^ to fight Tommy Burns' in France:. When the proposl-�tjott'tiiwa'ti' put before'Billy iMoCarney hej.isivaaia, to have asked for a guarr a'^tfeeiot 130,000, training expenses, Juight at 8 o'clock 'In the office of the an'd,|�|^d trip tickeits for two, , .Quick'Print; - DEFEATED AND RECORD WAS BROKEN Abel Klvlat was defeated by Joe DriscoU at Buffalo Saturday night, and incidentally the three-quartei'-mile record was broken; Tho time was 3:07, and the former record time 3:08 2-5. eqUALLED WORLD'S RECORD Los Angeles, March 16.-Fred Kelly Olympip champion, won a laOryard high hurdle event, Jn the world's record ' time "of ,14 4'5 today at the track mept contested by the Unlver sl'ty of Southern California and Stan ford University. > NOTICES . 8, 0.,E. MEETING There will be a ipeeting ot the Sons .of Hrigland' football club tomorrow .20 .10 .16 .30 13.00 . .Oli ' .02 .02 MONDAY'S CASH PRICES grain Close No. No. Nor. N6r. Nor. 82 79 76 70i 84ir 55 i No. 3 No. 4...........�..'.. No. 5 No. 6 .................... Feed..................... Winter Wtioat- No. 1 ._................... Nb. 2.............. No.'3 .:..;....'...... No:'4 '...:..........i Oats-  No. a c."W.'...... No; 3 G: �W;.:..v:V.i,. Ex. No. ! Feed'... No, l:.Feed .........; No.: 2- Feed ......�, Bartpy-' �  . No..3: .i;5/,...,;tf�.i-..- Ni). 4 ..;......�........... Flax-No..;-1 N-roh X5.-*-Wllllam Darl by, ith^, Ganadlaa-'PacIflg .couftaljle, was ' arraigned,, this. mornlngiand.ifor-mallyrohar^eiJi'frUh-'the mahslaulthtar ; of ArnDid"'^'M'a(;t)onald, a;.switchman, -Thiyrsday.jijighliiand was' remia'jiflWd ' foraweek. Ball'Vas fixed at |10,000: which was tendered this afternoon. No charjs^, has yet been � preferred against A'lex Youjjg, the other with Thursday night's shooting affray, and none will be laid pending the' rAoovary op otherwise ;0f Wiulam Jobuston, the' assistant yard i'oreman, who was shot by Young. He also will probably be. let out on ball. Johnston's condition, remains about the same. f � , � .',. ' CHEW APLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOVlTand JUICY Manufactured by RdcK CITV TOPACCO CO. Quebec i ; 5 i,! ' -Wlnnlpea 37 82 ;