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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta �;0M JONES lALKS OF TING JEFF IN Ti ri�l,Lt NAUQHTON POUNDLY TABOOS JEFFRIES AS A POSSIBLE � "COME BACK" CHAMPION VVILLIE LEWIS WON OVER I'RENCH FIQHTER  , (B/ W. W. Naughton) sip 'lYanclBCo, March 19.-It must Be that, jSraaa^er Tom Jones, of the Ad Wolgast oamp, Has heard of Jack ^nriay'a acbemo for corralling all the cbanpfoas of the different classes and icffftring- a' puglHstlo wild west show. -_No^ qontant with. having to keep Wildcat Wolgaat In -subJeoUon-and Ad, theV s�y> la harder to handle at flmes than a huoking broncho or a wSj+brttng. oayiwe-Jonea is reaching out in all directions lor top-notch talr ; He 1m� placed Ikia bvaWd on Jack loiter, of CUn i)|�m. a Tommy Bums ifai4(i(rfl^ asd WJUla Hoppe. ot San ]|ir�Q�llNO. H� h�* aeour^d options on hlg Jim IvOriee and Boh McAUleter, 11^ blirinpio Q}4!)b ex-aqiaitauVj .ao'l the ttmndrijpi limi Iwely be�uni . ..'|Heipl4B8 to have an airkra^^tlon of .f^aMdfttaatera of aaaonad alnia, and by the time' ba flU In :all thY STORE PUTS, UP r�OUR HATS FOR WINNERS TOMORROW LETHBRIDGE BOWLERS EXPECT TO MAKE QOOp SHOWING AT PROVINCIAL Tt>URNEY Montreal, March 19.-A- preliminary note oa the card and one which furnished the Wildest excitement for the patrons of the wrestling game at Sohmer Park tonisbt was that staged by Jack Vincent, colored, Chicago, who jufit prior to the main bout, i pinned the shoulders of .John Paul AbB^jone of the principals, to the jmat-v Vincent previously defeated a I heavyweight nanied Avery in finished styiai ahd,;flu^ed with Tictory, came to the ringside V ini attempted to make a speecli in which he challenged thff winner of the Abs-Cazeux bout, the principal event of the evening. Though, not a linquist, he stepped in- It the bowlers who are to represent this city do not'get In on the money at the Edmonton tournament next week, it win not be for want' of practice, for every night tt;ey may; be seen working out at the Dominion alleys. Although the hoys are not ihntlng the high spots, they are Ijowling very consistent'.;.', which counts most in the Ijug nin. They have gone over tha 2800 mark on two or three occasions, but they are hitting the plaa steadily for an average of about'3750, with every man hitting over the 600 mark. They feel confident that if they can hit the plna aa good in Bdmonton tliey will, be in the money, as 3813 was the score of the Calgary Callias last year when they won the five-man event at the provincial tourney last year. The trundlern leave on Monday morning aad have made arrangements to roll a matcii that afternoon in Calgary, aihd leaving for Kdm'opiton the same night. They have adopted a novel emblem to hs worn on their shirt front. It ponalsts of a badge in the ahape of a bowling ball, in the centre being the words "Lethbridge." Following aro the bowlei:h .who will make ibe trip: Geo. Moore, Selden-becherj Hemming,- Browertbn, Josh. Moore and Kvans, which allows for one spare man. In the doubles. Hemming will bowl with Brewerton, Josh. Moore with Seidenbeohor, and George Moore with Bvans. These six bowlers comprise the pick of the city, and it will not be aurprising if they get a goodly share of the prize* money. - Jas. Aitd and his merry,men cor-alled the honors' ii the Trades and -processions. cothpiEdition at the Curling rink last night: The winners galloped through Staliord's rink to the tune of 10 to'5 in the final to decide the cbanipionsbip. When the name Jas. Alrd. appears at; the head ot a victorious rink it is ^ sure aign that a .winner has beea Cestablished on its mehts. BONSFIEL TOMORROW . The open competition at the rtiik tomorrow will start at W am. Seo-ratary John Wftpiock ujiprises the Herald that a'goQHlv number of rinka have registered for" the competition already and there is bound to be a big time at the rink all day tomprr row. . - DONATES EASTKU HATS S. C. Baiemanj manager of the Semi-Ready store here, has come forward with a.timely donation of prizes for the 'spiel tomorrow. Mr. Bate-man has hiutg up four Kaster hats, which will go to the winning rfnk. The runners-up in ihe (inal and semi-fmals will also receive a prize oE some sort. ThV entrance fee for the competition is $2 per rink. ?    (J"  '^  ^    * * ? AQUATIC MEETING TONIGHTS ? � --T- � The Iiethbrldge AQuatlo as- ? sociatlon will bold dta meetlcg tonight in tba parlors of the ? y.jr.C.A. at 8 o'clock. Blec- * . tlon of officers will take place > come up. and a full attendance I BRItAiN NOT FERTILE COUNTRY FOR HEAVYWEIGHT PUG-. ILISTS England hasn't produced a heavyweight pugilist of real class since the yorld'8, �ith his wife and manaien: 'a brpkqa*hearted man over his defeat by Smith, #ho is regarded here ai-ki-segond^ter only. J_ Bob Fittslmmons was an English^ Football Ganie Tomorrow Depends man, tmt-he pame; to this country by ; Upon the Weather V''' ;^ntlpodes. and It was ____ there he learned.tjie game. Poptball fans atTanxiously watch- . Krir rtr AAi>^r at\ ing th? thermometer, waiting for the Jb RANK CHANCE DEAD weather ,to warm up, for tomorrow's i * imcT" nAfm \1i Wright Charity final game promisfcs to bo a good one, if one can judge from the line-up chosen by the two camReting teams. The game is call- I ed for 3 o'clock at the ball grounds. THE' LETHBRIDG-B MARKETS There is no particular :^ature to note in today's market ropbrt. There is a slight upward tendency in the poorer grades of wheat. , No. 1. Timtoby________..per ton 14.00 Blue Joint .............. " 13.00 Alfalfa; No. l* ' " 12.00 Alfalfa,No. 2 .... .... , 9.00 Prairie ... ..i... ...... " 11.00 Grain and Piovialons No. 1 Northern........... No. 2 Northern .... .4; .... No. 3 Northern....., .... .No. i Northern ..........*........ No. 5 Northern........................ 50 No. K Northern.......... 42 No. 1 Red......... ... ... fifi No. 2 Red . ^.............. J2 No. 3 Red............... 58 No. 4 Red................................. 55 f.7 '63 69 55 WATCHING THE THERMOMETER AGAINST POKER NOW "Smokey" Joe "^Vood hit Bobby Byrne on the head with the ball, in a practice game, at Hot Springs yesterday* between Boston and Pittsburg. Byrne's skull was fractured, and he may never play hall again. If he'llves; Boston won the game, 7 to 2. Gibson, the Pirate's catcher, knocked a home run. Manafler of New York Americans Thinks Gambllna Engenders III-Feelln9 and Jealousy Amonfl His Men HOW THEY WILL LINE-UP '�tmpiSy'hMt on figuring in one mate* {^jio^^vfer, when Vincent rushed the big '''*jif bte money he wiU.be disappointed. German to the ropes, threw him over ">^' ^'^M.k-^^__.a -rnihllo wllT not k-.j ^-^A ninnpH him fn the mat uuuu. auu � ---- ---- - .J �A!js, 'the � negro; CazeiDc, the police and Geo. Kennedy, all figured consptc-' uouslv. J; HANDED m TO ABS : -.While the ^^Idest .sesQitemont prevailed a eompromise was arrived at qndHhe targe'audience Was amazed to seef/GaMiLt don Reteree Bourque's sneater and Ahs and Vincent take their posilrfoos in the center of, the. iiing. They were still more amaiced, yiowi?vfer, when Vincent rushed the tig �: ; > >>> '> V � ? ? � *  WANT CHALLENGE � TO BE RE^CONSIDERED � Belfast, Ireland, March 20. ? -The Royal Ulster Yacht club ? today oabled to the New York � ? ? ^*>^ * ** BOUTS WlLiBEFA^ AND GLEAM SIX^MINUTE GOES WILL ,MAKE tViE BOYS WORK AT WRESTLING' T;OURNEXi HERE TUp|J)AYNIGiHT-EXHIBITIONS RECOMMgND-eP'FOR LADIES' PATRO/ilAGe.i; ' f -, ^ New York, March 19.-Restrictions ^ The following players have been upon the conduct of major league chosen, to represent the Caledonian baseball players, which have Inclnd-football club ^.against the S. OB. ed anti-Ilq&or clauses in " contracts �tmnorro^n the final of the Wright iigned by; Clnclnnatr and Pittsburg Charity .Shield: ^ National league club players, and a Molntyre; Bannerman and Easton; tar against cigarette smoking among Brennan, Whyte (captain), ^and the Chicago-Nationals, "have taken a qiark; Knight, A. Tennant. Glen. Ten: turn. Frank: Chance, the hew nnnt and (Llnning. manager of the New York Amerl- The following is the line-up for the cans.'wlll-bar poker playing for mon-Son� of England : Weltqn, goal; ey by hla" men. Adcording to advices Parris and Frier,^ backs ;^ Wi�otts, from the'training oaJhip at Bermuda, Holberton and F^rth,^ halC-backs ; chance has put into effect a. rule.on Bestwick, Leo, Parker, Gurr and Dal- inatfer," vlblation bf which will zell, forwards. � , involve a heavy fine.  Ohancf'ibeUevea that poker games often cause ill tiling and jealousy SCOTTISH CUP GAME among his men, there belig some ex- - parts who cause tqroubio.hy "fleecing" Glasgow, March 19.-Clyde defeated ypungaters fresh from the minor lea-Dundee by two goals to one in the re- gues.- Ohanoo thinks a hall player played game of the fourth ^of the who would give his ba8t,servioes to Scottish oup today. bU club.should bo. aatiafied with hU pay and^Bot seek to bolster up his fortune with profits at poker at the WRESTLING MATCH AT expeuao'Ot teammates; PINCHER CREEK TONIGHT Chance, howevor, will not Insist upon total abstinence from either .THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, March 20.-Wheat openoil unohnnijod and variod' but little throughout the course of a somewhat dull morning, hut the market has a firm undertone and hulls have a much more confidcnii opinion than a week ago. I''lax and oats are fractionally stronger. The cash trade is showing improvement l^oday with offerings m^re liberal. Exporters are not at present very active buyers. Receipts were moderate, 388 cars, with 350 in sight. Cables closed, Liverpool \ up, Berlin \ up, Budapest \ up, Antwerp f up. The mai'ket closed at an advance. Jir^ v'Ma^iisritres and the public -will not � iOjim for aaythtag U�e that It. ia ' acme say. his miU-vei�to�T�hahiltatO ^iaslf afl4. prove that he is a better ffiS'v ".':^titor than his showing with John-F > sb'n would in*oate, may be able to i ,rouse intent iii hiiii jlana Ipr com- p>:'-:.. ,lhg hack. Bijt hjf- hi'to'-work 'to jf;?isa#*?'*ront�graduallxt  g|t|||�It|;iai^the.i; wrlter^^^^ " however, .B;?j^kJ:�ffries,;ha3 been seen ia:the ring ^ the last" Ome There ar* tlinee igl^!�r,enimemorleB of that'humlUallhgox "^'^eno WaVe/Una' ajt^mad.M. &.i^i.|�;.jhornet..and on adoh oocaalons, no |p:WSiS?:ta4� Msiteethian^ deoiarea. how dit lfw,^i'-f#.S!nt:.it':would all,he'if,h�-had It to ��K'--'--.-'�do'oyar'-again. ..... � i�^But.thI� is merely a phase of human creiifieiu lit) i>u(. A.uf^.v,---- ------ his: head and pinned him to the mat In the spsice � of two minutes. The victpr then wi?lwd to, go ' on with ;^a94U];^!;;bui'Waa prevailed upon to desist and the main bout was called-fjThere :was- jioC-doutt that his little affair Tvjith the negfo had consider-aijii}- upset Ahs,' who allowed Cazeu.^ to5take":tbe oiJe^sive. Abs showed re-.markabJe strength and managed to hold: oA his m^'tor about half an hour, i-which followed by a body hold,', GazeuXi secured the first fall. VjThiB'seCond fall also went to Ca-zeuj in* about 10 minutes.  LONG IGNORES BROKEN NECK Boy Hurt In Football Qame'tw^o Years .Aflo C>i�cqvers Vertebra Is Dislocated fy '-'mLture." In Jeffries' case one of the 'things he should ponder over when he '�'I'.-^'tielB the oomO'bach bee buzzing round :?r"'himiB the fact that he Is now 38 year* North Adams, Mass., March 19.- OHv^TiRobertsi an 18-year-old schoolboy./hVs just .discovered that he has prflbablyheen going, about with a buok^n'iiackf'fpr two years. ^ He was hurt playing football and recently his neck began to cause him pain."- :..i.:v.\";',  A pbyBlciaA found the sixth cervical-vertebra dislocated, if not fractured, several inohes of the upper part of? the spine out of place, an^ the first rib In th^ Tight side drawn lip b^ ib�;pull of the muscles, form-.inj|;ra hardilwnp at tbe base of the right aide of the'neck*. For goOdj' fast, Mclean and sportsmanlike competition of .-brawn 'an'd muscle, take In the aiii^ur.^rest-ling bouts at "the Majeatlo Theatre next Tuesday evening; wh^n the unadulterated youth of the ^rotince will battia for wrestling honors in their respective ..claa^ea.. The. feature of this tournament Twill ;h^ .^he missing taint of professipnallSTsI, Every contestant will be out.for the honor and emblems of victory alofie, without a thought for monetary gain, for there is none. �> , � The fact that the bouta will go for six minutes only^TihlflsB extra time is required to decide ;doul(tful issues, will make them lively-from start to finish. The wre stler who is superior to his opponent ,will;,;have Jtp work .with might and main to make his superiority apparent in ialx milnutSa of wrestling. ., In the hcayyiweighi class, W. J. Uoyd, Harold Shalesjand-I^ee Kimball, local men, are the op]y entries. ^ , ,,H GUV Sansom Will cigarettes be Uquor, but drmklng to ^'?e tKincr'alSeU Matched exU wUl W dealtwith severely. In the 125 pound class three entries ai'e iA. A. A. Dower, jpreaent provincial champion, local, will legend his title against Calgary and Cafdston entrles.v'^Dower is a finished wrestler and; is'fully expected to retain' the championship. , - - '' C'eorise MeKeni(e,- Georgis MqlClUop, R., Slsslng, Leonard MoKenzIej, Max Sadotwski, W. J. ijoyd. 1,66, Kimball. A. A. Dower are Sll: Lethbridge Y.M. C. A. hoys, and Ihey are practising daily for the bouts-, ' ' ' It may be noted}|n a despatch Irom Paris on this page^'where faahionable ladies attended a'^ "boxing ajthlbltfon'. Ladles seldom are?*S6en at boating ex-hlhltiona in ArieribS;' but they may with all proprietyi^a^ton^ thf; wrestling tournaments/jpt' the A; A.":U. of Canada, and the eH^bitlon, lier^ i^ext Tuesday night uhdjei-y the aui^ptces\of the local Y. M.C.�:A.;would be given "some" prestige w^Ji lady patrons occupying box sealsx The Y. M.' C.rAl: extend* � �- 'w.. fair sex Pinoher Creek, March iS.r-A wrestling match: takes place here tomorrow evening in the opera house, between Alex Koury (iSoIba.) the champion of Kast Koatenay and Guy Sansom (155 Ihs.) of Plncher Creek. According to the announcementa pqstedy these men are very evenly matched in every way and tho management had a rather difficult Job on their hands when they started oiit. to gett a match between them. The grapplers will appear on at inat at nine o'clock sharp. MANDOT AND LORiE, To Floht Ten Round* In Home Town Ap^i, 7-_W.nr�er to Meet Young Brown New Oriea'ns/ L?., March 20.-Joe Mandot'and Johnny Lorie, both of New, Grteans, will meet i� a lightweight "battle. of -ten - rounds ..In Ne.w Orleaus.i April ^he winner la to fight Young. Brown. Should Mandot be s.............................. No. '1.............................. Oats- , No. 2 C. W. .......... No. 3 C. W............;...... Ex. No. 1 Feed............ No. 1 Feed................. No.-2 Feed Bailey-1'> Ni-�..... No. 4.............................. Rejected '.....�.,.,......j....... Feed .........�............. Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. >..'......... Minneapolis May. ..i...... July......... .....i... ..... Sept. ......r, Chicago l^flVIay......... \.-..i....... July ........ Open Close 87-} 88 ir 89 i 34 34J .lU l.lSjr' 89 J 8Ui 33 it 34 J 1,121: 1.141 1.1-8.H- 83 80 in 57 874i 84^ 8U 78J � 321-: 29i-30i- . m 25.i 45 39 l.OH -85 8@� 87i 87 & 87J 88* 89i' 89 80 ti . 89J- 89. 89 if box seats J,- ^ne �* a cordial ii^vltatloh, to all thu of the city. - ^ ATTELL COMES BACK WITH A VENGEANCE Llierta Amateur Wrestling- Tom-nanieiit ;fc T|ica|^e, Ma^h 25th i-'t6-l)er- 105%?. 115tt)s. 1251bs. |e%gpod �ol�j?.n,.fa8t amateur wrestling, sljould , Knocked Kirk Out In Third Period of Ten-Round B^ut atj NfW York Ne-w York, March I9.'r-Abe Attell, former featherweight, - champion, knocked out Ollle KlrK, �)f.St. Louis, in the third round bt:a scheduled 10-rouud bout here tonight.; A terrific left hook to Kirk's chin sent hlnl to the ropes, and a right to the Jaw a moment later floored him for nine seconds. Sam .K*ily; referee, then stopiped the fight. MARQUARD OPF TO TEXAS Accompanied by His Wife, Formerly Bioasom Seetey FREIGHTERS. MATCHED Football Tilt Betvtfee;i Lethbrldae and Medicine Hat 'Rairro.ad Mo Los Angeles,; starch �t9.'^"Rube" Marquard, one of thestarpltchere of the N, Y. Natiohaas. last' i'ear, left today, for Houston, Tex,aB, where he will join the team: Ke was.accompanied h' hie wife, formerly Bioasom Seeley, th'j actress, whom-he. m^TTied in San Frapolsco. . � r-,- ,� AUSTRALIAN TE(^M , Challengers fop Dwlght L.,:D�vla CUp gall April # for 9t^ij* Sydney, Australia, March 19.-rThe Australian lawn tennis team .'will sail for the united States on .the' steamer VentuTa, leaving'Sydney on Aipril 5, and; will meet/the Amerlpan team in the prelirainftiT tie for the Dwight L. Davis international lawn tennis championship.: oup. ^'' ' The Lethbridge ^freight.;h8nd,lers will meet the Medicine Hat s -freight handler^ in a football coiifest'Jtl'Siedi^ cine Hat on Good IJridayrMar'ch'^aist, There-ia keen rlvaliy-exlst^nij; between these two teams and they stand about even, each having (Tva'n:ai game, .the third being a tie. "Ehe .match' at Alodl? cine Hat -will decitfai the Issue, and promises to he somlfganiei -The local boys-win line up as follows: Goal, W. Colledg^lhaiks/iG.'. Field and T. Holland; half backs,.Ti:Cowan, P. Tarrant and I. H.J'Smith; ;tonvar^s, P. Clayton, R. Thonjpson, P;i TarraiiJ, P, Smith andsH.TbiimpBon;/reserves, I. Stowe and J.,Wa^::i;;-;;j:'?;-:SKV�':-^-^'^^'-.-:' ' Uneeman. W. Hajj^^raii:' l^alntir, D. Fisher (iat(� Irish Init^rnationaiarTom Long, manager. |y' '*' iV The locals laa-ye tonight'-;, for the scene of battle. ' '. " ----|rrT-~.'i.'J, WILL HOPPE DEjrfeATED'i. , ^ t M0RNIN^8TAR/^AT 181 'Pittsburg, PaT^filK'iiS|viftill�^ Hoppe. of New TaiXM^'^.i ^llk line champion, defeated ^oypiigfi^f,' the 18.1 halkrllae " by a,:SCOa-e of 500 balk iine match; was 1&, 2o;32> and'bl &8�, 8?, 86; Wl|lle ,> ti.i*e'8iaVeTagd-, ' ;gh-'lrttn�\were ^ with ih|,d||^ J At this season, when good clothes take on new import-.ance. we make unusual efforts .M^ JP^pvide for every requirement, and our display is more comprehensive than ever. ]^ty S^iiiig SiiMs s In Progress Brand ' , At $15.00, $18.00 and $20.0� � All the Newes.t Styles in Eif-Eeform, 'L; System and Society- Brand Olotk- Prices $18.00 to $30.00 SpringShoesiorMen Thie Geo. A. Slater Invictus McKelvie In all tlxe newest styles for Spring in buttoned and"lace. ^ Prices $5.50 ^nd $6.00 IS  l''\l^f4V|;V 4 ;