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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuiesday, March 18, 1913 i.; Cup Retained by Winnipegs , Without Much Troii)le-The ' ^ Score. Last Night .-was , -9 to 2  ^WiniafpclB. Atarch 17.-jAny thoughts that the Edmoaton Eskimos had that they could defeat the Winnipegs after ' tJeir, showing on Saturday night were I'feadly shattered tonight, when the Al- " Ian' eupboldeiG disposed of the chal lengers itntoe final game in iftie most ^ decisive fashion by-the. score' of 9 to 2,^inaJdas a total'of 18-to 8 .for the Tonuid. As far as the play went the :8CCT8'might have been; 35 Co 2, eo su- i.^ertor- were the locals to the visi- �Wauhington, March 17.-"Oh, you bepeheafli" "Come on, you WitlteriJchfason.'' ' Theap and almiiaa- noises may se�m QUeBr coming from a President of tbe United States, but It is extrianieiy probable that they will be released by President Wllsfen during the ball season here. WlUou will undoubtedly take advantage of his presidential bafaebalt pass, as b� is jcnoivii to be a "red hot" fan. He may toss the flrst ball into the field in the opening game bore. "President Wilson was a clev*r ball player In his college days at Princeton. KENNEDY MAY SELL OUT HIS CANADIAN INTERESTS GETS TASTE OF PRO. HOCKEY NEW WESTMINSTER AND VAN-COUVER8 PLAYED THERE ' LAST NIQHT.-ROYALS VVON FAST SKATING 'Christiana, March'. IT.-O. Mattiew-. 4ciul inducernenta will be offered.to bring the old members out., and also to attract new memtjers. A $?5 > ? * 3 ARTHUR PELKV : The Chioopee, :Mass., heavyweight who boxes Tommy;,Burn8 in a six-round bout at Calgftry on Monday night, next. Pelky l� :now in Calgary ^and : the critics there teTtp -bim unusually fast for a man of his -weight, 210 pounds. He is training under the charge of Deacon Rolierts, who trained OWghling Dlolc'Hylaiidiiind. other boxera.'-and Rabisrta; daolares :;that Pelky'win surpirise som^ of the fans. He win not be any snap for Burns," declared Roberts. .. ..-i , freddie welsh is ready for ritchie Turns-Down $15,000 Offer From Australia In Order Not to Lose Any Chance 10 F UP T. I P. NG WESTS The Ice at the curling rink Is in fine shape again; and .there is a goqd chance of tiifii tradds and professions oompetiiion being finished.- Three sheets of ice,will 'be devoted tio the competltlc>n, and the fourth to aoratch games. The draw for tonight: At/lis o'clock R. R. Macieod vs. D/ A. Duff; D. A. Simpson vs. George Wanleas. At 9 o'clock , Winner of Madieod aui Dufif tb. Atrd. 'r " " -  ' ' Wliiner of aimpson and Wanless vs. A. B. Stafford. KID LUCAS OF CALGARY SIGNS TO FIGHT IN FRAMCE The ftmny rembdv for Coughs and CoM� "Bhlloh coitt 80 little and dMs -to much I* Calgary Sattler May Make Name for Himself In Natlyii France Calgaryr, March 17^-Kid Lucas, Hgbtwelgbt, who has been bo.ting best around ,i3Q,; tp -133 Ippunds in Alberta for the past- eight months, was today signed by : Richard Klegln, Parisian promoter, for three tobnts in Franc'.;. Lucas is a Frenchman by birth, and the bouts will be for the French lightweight championship. He will start in about tliree weeks, and will bo.x at Windsor, � OnL,  en route, and at Saskatoon or Winnipeg, at bouta can bo arrohgad. EVIDENTLY' RECEIVED DAM-AGE, to show .their hand to the Toronto hookey promoters, is self evident from the tone of tb� press notices that are appearing In the Quee^f City papers'. These concoctions deal with the proposed games between the Manitoba and O. H. A. champions and define them "for the amateur hockey clxamplonship of Canada." For unadulterated nerve Toronto sets a pace that is bewildering. They have been doing it so long in the ?ast that It comes natural to ...them. Perhaps a little lesson right now would help clear them Of the conception that the west is still a puny infant teade to order for any tiicks that the "conscienceless" east has to bestow. Winnipegs flatly refused to have anything to do with the gallish and preposterous proposal 'to stage a lour-ney in Toronto that would have given Toronto hockeyists a chance to win Cbnors that they do not care to try for in the recognized and legitimate way. Winnipeg have also clearly stated that they will defend their Canadian championship, as represent-, ed {)y the Allan cup, oh home ice only.* � WJiinipegs have made arrangements for an exhibition tour and have included Toronto In thefr Itinerarj'. The misinformed Toronto public. Is now^ looking forward to the games between the Winnipeg and O. H. A. champion teams as signlflcant of the Canadian championship. , WIiwilpegB .say 'they are only exhl-bUlon;garaeB, but th�i {act yemalns that a'phallenge cup has been donated and'�^Rt the Toronto n'ewspaparBf re-, ier to them as Doniinlbh championship contests, 'Winnipegs decline to iplay any champibnahip series: away from Winnipeg- : Apart froin^that decision the league would -never sanction such aotlbn,, which W0U14' be a death blow to hockey in this city.- > : There:lB;on}y;pti,e.,Allan Cup and there Is pniy.one, IJo^lnlon amateur hookey chainpfoliship, and there' is only, one pja^ee iq play these games-r In the'honie of the,team holding the Qupi If 'the 'Tprop'tp ^championship team pine's' toi 'that;t11}^'' there la only one way "to ' aecur^ it-by fonowin& out thejterms.ot t^e deed of gift Before � prQcefldli}g east Winnipegs shoilld :have ,it cWarly understopd that their games yith the O. H. a: champlops are merely exhibition con-tescB.  -This is Whait they are trying to,do. �Should the Toronto promoters insi&t in trying to make them cham-plonahipiiooriteets, -Vyinnlpega in loyalty to their league and the Winnipeg public ha-ve no other course before them but to abandoti the Toronto garae8.--^Wlnnlpeg Tribune. THE LETHBBIDOE MARKETS No. l'. Tiratohy ......... peir top 14.00 Bliie Joint .... ....'t..,.: ' " 13.00 Alfalfa. No, 1.......... " 12.00. Alfalfa.No. 2 ..,. ., 9.00 Prairie . ." 11.00 ,Gxala.-an'a Prpvislons No. 1 NfrrllieiV .�-�v 1...... 67 No. a Northern .... .. 63 .Vo. n Northern ... BO No. 4 NoTlhem ..' .. ...... 54 No. 5 Northern .. .. 48 No. 6 Northern .. . ...... 42 No, 1 Red......... ... .... 65 No. 3 Red;............ 62 No. 3 Red.......... 58 No. 4 Red ... ,..�.'�,.'....... 53 Per ton Bran .....: .......US-OO Shorts^........,......:.................21.00 Oats........................v....'20.00 Rolled Oats.......................... 21.00 Prices Paid Farmers /Poultry-Chickens, dressed ................i.... .18 Chickens, live............................15 Turkeys, dressed ................. ,23 Turkeys, livo ....................... .20 Geese, llvo................................ .16 Ducks, live J.......................... -16 Eggs.......................................... .30 Butter, dairy..........................., .25 Butter, orean?�ty...................., .32 Live Stock-Hogs, live..,:...........v.-:..,....... .07i Hogs, dresseil.......................... .10 Mutton,, livfl.....................:....... .05 Mutton, dressed ...... .11 Caiitlc- � Steers, live ..............t.................07 Steers, dressed .......i.. .13 Cows, live..................................06 Cows, dresSed..................j?--ll- Produce-Potatoes......................7.. 13.00 Cabbage '...................................? -Olii Onions ......................................s -02 Carrots .....\..^.>............. ' -02 AUSTRALIAN SIGHS FOR OLD FIGHTERS Motorcyclist Recounts Ancient Ring Prestige of Tntlpodes-About Due - for Another Champ "I would llko to see Australia send over pne moi-e high-class fighter to this country," said-Brownla O^irslake? the Australian motorcyole.^jhamplon. "You. know Australia some . years ago turned out a. wonderfully good crop of fighters. They came over to this country In tlje late '80s and early '9p8, and they more than held their own with all comers m this country ^nd England, Among the fighters I have in mind was the great colored heavyweight, Peter Jackson, who, In the opinion of Australians, was the best fighter In the history of trie game. Then there were 'Bob Fltzsimmons, the best of his weight ever produced in any country; Jim Hall, a wonderful fighter; Dan Creedon, Tommy Tracey, Prank Slavin, Joe GoddaTd, Young GrlfEo, Aus^alian Billy Murphy, Jerry Marshall, ^^my Anthony, Jim Barron and ibthersf'"; . "�fhey have ndt developed any great fighters there In late years, t am'at a loss to understand, it. They, have . the material over-there, and the op- ' pOT'tunity, for they are allowed to en- , gage in 20-round fights there, and they . have every opportunity, tp practice. �  "I suppose on^ >reaaon for the scai--clty of great fighters in. Australia is the lack of a,great teacher with, an individuality of style such as the famous Larry Foley, the man who tutor- . ed Jackson, Pitz and the other old timers, had. Then, too, they are not permitted to do any inflghtlng over there, and when they come here they are at sea and fall easy victims to the Am'Brioan lighters, ; "But I can't help thinking that Australia is' pretty . nearly due to turn : out another world beater. X am an.v-lously awaiting his advent, for it will be a big boom 'to the game in the Antipodes.  "1 .noticed that thc Australian fighters of recept times have developed great left hands, bu't they have neglected to cultivate a kftockout punch In the right, in this respect -they have 'been outdone by the .Americans. A.nd r think the Bnglish fighters have the sam^ failing." ' It looks over every bar;.:nnd will, come at your call-WHITE HORSE , r.j'OHN E, TURTON, Canadian Repr^Btntatlvo , 3 Front Street, East, Torpnta > 28 ;