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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE liETHBRXDGE HAILY AeBALD Wednesday. March 19,1913 . YOU are going to see a lot of these 2 Button Sack Suits worn this spring. Their Appeal to the City Likely to Prove Fruitful The Lethbridge Aquatic associat,ion fefrls confident that the city will lend them a hand to continue and broaden the admirable work of the association begim last year, at the, lalte. will probably wear one yourself. ^-ND you will be right in style if you do. iAGO SAILORS SIDE WITH 1 Criticise Action of New York Y. C. in Refusing" Challenge W HAT FIT-REFORM sanctions is always correct. a a a�-the at prospects of this'summer now that the'city has given their appeal a ^pmpathetic hearing, and shown ;^eafty desire to do all they can lord to do in co-operating with assopiation in promoting sports � .the lake. � V. .T^ Aquatic association are after a toatrhouse and other aquatic sport facilities. The city, oi course, is /against anybody having a monopoly stitjinything attherlake, and this problem is as much of * sticker as anything. It is conceded generally that, it would be best for the sport, however, if the Aquatic dssociatloh anflr the city worked hand in hand, sand it the'Aqfiaitic association can offer security, in view of having a cuctain control of affairs, that all citiiens will be given due rights to,| -privileges, there is every possibility � 1h.it the Aquatic and the City Parks ; t-iojnmlttee will meet on agreeable , .temrs and decide to do something yepxth while at the lake. ^? h-l{*thei city builds a boat-house and .th^ Aquatic club is "given a controU-. V ing /hand,; doubtlessly the club will ?; ;be,}As^ part- ies'fto see that the city's idea of i/rthingsiare carried out. :;;gsMia?h0:; greater part .ol the meeting, ;la^ up with consti- iist�tion ^ork. . The^:aims and asplra- Ij.; itio'ns wcreiiPut in concrete form and p- ani?endeav,at;-.wiU'be'.-m4de to Vme._ stpBtlyi u^. tO''the principles se't down. : >: � , - ,. - -. � - VTT^e.tiexi meeting of the *luh 'wili i�3j^Jipld neit Thursday evening; when Vol^pers for the-Seison ^�1 be elected other important work taken up. There will be a bonspiel given Good Knday by the local curling club open to members and prospective members. It will be a knodc-out affair, and two ssts of prizes will be given out to The skips will te remake up their own rin's -..... or phone the pers/^unel to the secretary by Friday morning at 9. Get busy. There's a howling time coming off. T.'& P. GONTEST.S .Jars. Aird and A. B. Stafford will fight it out in the Trades and Professions cpmpetttign tonight. Last night D. A, DUf! defeated R. R. Me-Leod,D. A. Simpson beat Geo. YTan-less. Then in the semi-finals .A.ird sent buff down to; defeat and Stafford came out victorious over Simpson, leaving Aird and Stafford to battle in the final tonight. McKelvie & McGuire COLEMAN SOCCER CLUB ORGANIZES WILL BE OUT WITH WINNING TEAM-EXPLANATION ABOUT CRANE CUP t?^.l:AN^?MEETiNG opens: . SATURDAY, april 19 #e||^ng Ring,^llivBe,Thrown Opsn Pi-;'K?.r;;tp,,al|J:Repirtable''Books" � ^ - 'lljS^is^i^anclsco,: March -ISv^ s.an�Bummer racing Is to start at Alan |IMs.(T!e:-t�ck; April ,19, .Recording ij3tor;i r despatch recetv-ed hWe today secretary of nM^Ktfe''! BookV^^ the ?sr?fifef6aAurP�,iwi)il';be issued an�a few ^f'r'J^ -.-.'^.v-;SlGNED; FOt* -20' R0 UN D8 ^!i'vpi^ncl(it'-s^tld atiprepifeoy in tour-round bouts, mf-^'l^mi^'^^ii^^mi'-Rei Watson, av-, .m^5^sned;today for a ;j6-round bout fciv.Ael^^'^os^^'ata'sed FWday night. Mar." Coleman, March 18.-At the annual meeting of the Coleman Football club, the following officers were elect-, ed for the ensuing year-: rHonoraty President - A. E. S. Whiteside'. Honorary Vice-Preidents-W. R. aiddeU, W.H. Murr, R..-S. BlcJCib-bjn.R.B. Buchanan, George Kel-lock, W. S.^ ^0sowoi{tb^i. -Geo A.>| Clair and D. Davis. " � ^ �Manageraent Gomfit'fee-C. P. ffif-llmott, chairman;, C. Makih, R. Makin, vD, Hall,' J. Graham, A. An- ��_-- A great deal of interest is being evinced here by the local boxing fans' over the outcome of the bout at Blairmore  next .Saturd.iy between .Jud Foley and Nick Marshall. Advice from the scene of battle says- the bout is a fifteen-round go, not ten, and will be chariictenzed by dean breaks. This is Msrshall's style oi boxing, it is understood, while" Foley sbow6d plainly in his fight here with Ensign that he was more a straight-rules boxer. ' Foley will be under a handicap it he has .agreed to fight clean breaks with a man of iVIarshall's build who is of a rangy buildj...while the. New Dayton boy.jSKhOttaiitl.stocIcy.- ' The s.vmp'athy'jilt this-en'di'ir ".seems tick be with Foleft which is ^natural, being quite, well Cnqwji here". In the Pass, Marshall is held in high regard, and he wilOiave nearly'-all the the crowd with hiift no doubt,'"on the night of the bout.", , ARCHER FIRM IN HIS DEMAND CUB CATCHER WILL QUIT BASE BALL IF NOT GIVEN $7,600 SALARY Chicago, March 18.-James Archer, the only remaining and most important Cub holdout, arrived from Boone, la., yesterday and reiterated In emphatic language that *he will get ?7,-500 for this year's work as a catcher or quit baiieball. Will Quit If Not Given $7500 ."I;shall receive $7500 or quit hase-ball,''. announced Archer. "I believe that I am worth that amovuit.- I have worked hard in the years 1 have been with the Cubs and often have caught when. in such shape that I should have been on the bench. "Last year I was in 123 games and the averages  showed that I ranked among the begt catchers ^ either I league; 'My batting was good'and my? fielding: was. satisfactory ta myself. 1 would feel sorry for Manager Evers if ray absence .would hurt the chances of"the team, but one thing is certain, I will not back down a minute." , Men's Fashions for this Season,, . . . CUBS ARE- RUT ON UNFAIR LIST BY LABOR UNION MEN TMmi Traveled Over Road Under Ban V - of rLaborfMen and Chicago Fed-tratlon .Takes Action Chicago, March 18.-"The Chicago Cuhs are to" be put on the "unfair" list by the Chicago Federation of Labor, and, all union men will be ordered, to refrain from attending any game in which the Cubs appear. This action cojpes as a result of President Murphy taking the team to the spring training camp over the Illinois Central railroad, which is under the ban of the-union labor men. Labor leaders wrote to Murphy hefore he departed' for Twnpa, Fla,, reciting these facts. "Murphy replied that he would not u�e;ihen}lnols; Central road except in.'oase'^of necessity, but now it seems that he and. his entire party went south over that road. The jnatter was referred to the federation's; grievance committee at the meeting yesterday, and a report, will .bc made at*the next meeting placing Murphy and his team on the unfair ^_ FOUGHT A DRAW .,.^tlanta, Ga, March 19.-Clarence fiiriiB.' of -Kansas City, an Jimmy Pfr^jr, J of Pittsburg, welterweight. iXPVgbiji-ten rounds to a draw here last' -Olirbt.^ Perry was knocked down ,in"jth9.'second round. The -fighters an-X'- ..1---. eatch weights. 1 Our Spring Showing of Semi-ready Clothes EVERYTHING'is-50."per cent higher in price except Semi-ready and Ppstage Stamps!" said a Western man who wished to put point to the higher cost of living. By closer, cleaner organization,; by a multitudinous saving and by constant study of efficifency, theThe Clever "Work starts right in'; the wpol market, and ends right here at this store, where we know that Good ICioth^s can be sold at closer profits than cheap clotheffi because there is less time and talk required in the selljng-and i^tine of the after-worry from the unfortunate buyer of cheap stuff, No man buys cheap cloliiea-twhp knows the. first point in good clpthes. The power and prestigf of iSe'piiTrea^^yc'fi'^^^^ come to it by chance. When you M�t}ie.Semi; is the one thw should be .competed for bj^ boatsr of a healthy' type. I have watched the eastenr situation, and ber lleve .th^'younger and more progi-ej;-9iv6 element-in -^^he.N. Y.Y. G. want to seev Lipton oo'mpete under universal rules, hut ?iT6 prevented . by the old fogies in the organization." "If both sides are-interested from a sporting standpoint,: it seems to me thatthe'Slze of-thG, boat should make no dlff-ereuce," said - Commodore Jas O. Hoy worth of the'Chicago Yacht Club. ''Of courBe'-the*'deed of gift should be lived up to, but lb should be changed to admit' racing between-seaworthy boats,.and not frail shells built for speed only. 1 am surprised that the New Yorkers did not take a broader view of Sir Thomas Llpton's challenge." THE LETHBRlOaE MARKETS Local markets still remain Inactive, hut o^ing -to a slight scarcity of hay, these prices will probably he. somewhat brisker in the course of a day or so. � Onions ar^ off the produce market, and tomatoes, .(juoum-bers and'bananas addetl:,, No. 1. Timtohy ./.......per ton 14.00 Blue Joint.............." 13.00 Alfalfa, No. 1. .....,.., " 13.00 Alfalta.No,- 2^ .,vv .... > 9.00 Prairie........, ...... " 11.00 ..(Jralnanfli Provisions Northern ,,... ... ... 67 Northern .......... .. 63 Nofthern ,. ., No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. B NO. 6 No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 59 Northern ,. .. . 54 Northern 48 Northern .. ,....... 42 Red ... ... ......... 65 Redi ;.. ... ...i..... 62 Red ... ......,>.. 58 Red ... ... ...^... 53 Per ton Bran.............v.,w......�...rfi.......;.$li).00 Sliorts...............i,.......;..............2i;'00 Oats.......................................... 20.00 Rolled Oats.......'..;.....,.;............ 21.00 WiiDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, MalTj March grain markets today were: Wheat- Open May............ 87% July............ 89 October ........ Oats- May......... ZZ^i July........ .... 34% Flax-May............ 111% lily..........;.. 113 October........ mw 19.-The Close 88 89 >4 86 34 ' 34% � in'A 13�i 117',^ Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern ..A..,.. .. .. 85% No. 2 Nortliern .. .... .. .. 82% No, 3 Northern ..... .... .. 79% No. 4 ......... ... ...... 76% No. 5......... .;. ... ... 7114 No. 6 ......... ... ... .., :; 05.J4, Feed .......... ..., .... 50 Winter Wheat- 1......... ... ... . No. S ............ ... . No. 4 ... ... ... .... ...'  Oats- '  No. 2 C. W.- ... ... ... 32 � No. 3 C. 'W: ...... ... ... 291,4 X. No. 1 Feed,...' ... ------30% No. 1 Feed ... ;.......... 29ya 25>A No. 2" Feed ____..-. Barley-No. 3 ... ... ... ... .... .. No. 4 ... ... ...... ... .. Flax- � , 1 N. w,.c:... Minneapolis Wheat ' - Open May ... ... ..... ...::- 84% July ...... -86% September........ .87% Chicago Wheat dMay ... ... ... 88% July ....... 88% September ........ that it tells the straight etoyy, of good-v^lue. THE SEMI- Empress Block STORE S. C. BATEMAN, Mgr. LACROSSE IN A BAD TANGLE IN MONTREAL Thelrlsh-Cahadlens Have No Grounds Whll� the:ShamrockE Have ' No Players Montreal, P6b. 18.-The Irish-Can adiens as a lacrosse team are likely to lose theli' ilontlty as part of the Canadian Athletl^ue Club in ajiako-up prellajlnftry: to the lacrosse re-organlzatlon for the coming, year .Ba6Mi;the'.�:erald.:': . .c.. ;.-:-;r:rr,:;.'. It l8 reajissed that , four ; exlstlp^i olubft in,. Montreal cannot '.iio'uri'ah eith^T, in ooBjpetitlon in rival,leaigue's or In the san?e league. ^ At the present: titoe the Irish-.Can-: adiens have:,the nucleus of a very fair t�m 1 In the D.L.Uit hut no grounds Shamrocks.have the 'grbiunds but no tea^i^ to speak 6t. ' 87 . 84 81 . 46% ,45 109' ' Close, 85 87 >4 87'JS .89%. 89',$ 88% GLASGOW CATTLE : PRICES Glasgow, MarchlO.-^Watson & Bat-chelor, . cattle importers, i-eport \n-r creased gfferlhgs. Pflces, are .^te&^y at latfe rates, b-ist steers being quoted at 15%'to 17 cents; Irish, H^.tg^lG cents; best hulls^ 13 to 13% oentslt,'..? ' BUCHANAN'S REDSEAl, "YOURlVMjky'* Mellow Scotch-Nwer Bettered 58 3937 ;