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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAlT.Y HERALD MARCH 1911 ez Jocifv Club. It was thiouth I" Hebel General Villa's influence tha oitciaU that it catue a'uoul. Chas. V.'. Price, ol board of Stewarts Association, under -the rulfs o' which Victorias, Challengers, Defeated in Three Straight Games for Professional Hockey Trophy VERY ROUGH ENCOUNTER VERMONT 2 INCH BAND 2 JOCKEV MAND6RS IN CITY TEtLS OF STRING OF RACERS FROM MEXICO According to Jocler William Man- decs uhu'bas just returned to the city Juatei, Mexico, there will !.2t string ol Juarez hoists on Canada circuit this dow.0, granted the .ntst. Mandets also holds 'a li- cense from the American Tiottlnj As- iation. QUEBEC WOUID TO GET. LIKE IN BIO FOUR Montreal, Que., iiarch cordiBg to Quebec "despatches, there is' a fsellnj; city that repre- ebould be Bought fci the- Btj Four. Quebec bas a lot ot io-jj la- crosse it is said, and they twould be willing to accept good posi- tions in lieu oi salaries. EXPLAINS HIS ATTITUDE TO CHALLENGERS TALKS WITH HIM Efforts hive been main in to discredit the'coining ot the Frank Moran-Jac's Johnson heavyweight mpionsbip to be held in Paris oa Grand 1'rlx night, so the following timely Itttrr should settle tte ques- tion ol doubt.' me'to inform the public, ouce and for all tliiif, tint my matrt nith Prank Moran is on acJ will take place the list in June as AT THE CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP SKI-JUMPING COMPETITION The photo showa the royal bos at Ottawa during the. competition, tvora whole world wants t0 see a akite man champion. I have signed to fiRht a white nian-aca bccausa I wt to captain Duller. Col. Vlll'iW Oadyln-waltliiei CANADIAN BOXERS BOUTS IN WIN NEW YORK E. Williams of Toronto carried olt Hie 10S pounds title at the inler-cllr icfuscd 3 small price to meet I.aogford the proposed promot- ers and Longford's manager tried to treato the. impression ttat I would rvever f ght again. 'Laagford or his ag- ent never vi'ould induce any ono with teal rnonuy to back him aie tho ifason (or bis soreness. "i am the same John A. Johnson, undisputed champion ot the world, ind aitei Moran I will fight the. white man who stands out, be he (imttjoat Srcilli, Rattling Lcvinsij-, Jess I'rlucess Patricia, tbo Duke, of Ccanausht, and Duchess of Connaiighl, Torcnto, March von j tb.3 Star.lcy CLP Iroai Vicloiia. The rical contest at tte arena tositht re- s-ltcc in a score of 3 to 1 ia tte team's lavor. It was soxethinj oi a slugging match and lO'-ig'a play was tbe rule from start io finish. Thii, (hs third rnfetinj ot the Tor0n- tn's anil Victoria's ia the Stanley Cup series in Toronto, ivas ur.der the A. rules with the Trsicrn pen- Eliy system. Both teams tisfd crua; tr.etcods to break up their oppoarats' attach, and men rrith the puct were Cardstcni {hrj. March at Cardston rhls summer, Mr. the Hrr- iManr horses froni' the 'south are now ia and vres'.ein cities in train- iEc lor the spring meets ia the west- em states, but lie expects iiat a string will come direct to Wrc-1 boxing bouts .at New York, and (he others have the'same char.ce tern Canada and Albeita from tic j Footle, another Toronto amateur, famous Mexican.traci. carried of{ the 135 nound title. GOING TO'PHIXCE ALBERT Manders is on. liis T.'ay to over J. seat sprawlmf ther to Cardslon his home! had-a chacco to sloot it. While 1Us js OWR 3nd jntends rossh-r'ay was erenly divided, I'ou- (6 eive a patt jt tc ,j.e manage- of a ball team. lin stirred up most of the Kitht from Ihp start be tooled, uip- ipei and sisiteJ. Toronto's did not lake kindly to his rough play and re-' licioie tte over, the cUyeis on both learns, with the of tbe goal tenders, let hoc'-ey to, and contented themselves SLS? a" anvone to tatc charze o! a team and i race i xnoitD to rjco 35 IK'M Sie men5 Makers ejects to see cood racing this year on west- ern tracks, especially as there will he. such a zood strins ol foreign MRS. MAN'DERS SEES' HEBE Manders' wife, Prairie Queen, who lard or Georges Carpenter. "I bar no one when I get my price: Moran's barters met tny terms and as Moran. 1 understood that Gunboat- Smith defeated Langlord. Here's the, Gunner's chance to get a crack at tny title. "Tho public .wants n white, man to be my successor. 1 ready to fight 'em alii and bar no or.e at apiece. "JACK Yi'orld's HcaiYweishl Champion. KNOX "B" WON Kuoi "B" defeated Knot "A" In a schedule 'game of basbetoatl at CON JONES .SETS BACK DATE. FOR ENGLISH TOUR Vancouver, ii.C- March Joucs today 'cabled K. 0. B. llawcs, of tho Kngllsh Lacrosso riHsoclallon, asking blui to defer the, visit of tho All-Star Dritlsh-te.iw until July. It was originally Intended to open ih'j Sour in Montreal on 24, but Mr. Jones bclioves that the trip will be more BUdcessful at a later date. Ho has arranged fourteen matches la the y.M.O.A. last nlsht, 52 to IS. 1 Canada for tho tourists. tou-nmer oi the greatest in- t Southern Pirie up Mllh Iast but a vast audience breathless beta are with her expert riding o! wild horses Cardston. heo. and Lloyd last lall, is how with liarnum and severai ot (he. of 1313 will "be available, 'Dave Bailey under contract at the Madison Specc-r, l-no TtorapEon, J. F. Elli-' Square Garden, N'esv York, and will on, Mrlo himself, acd some new ar- join her husband in April, and m all ivsls will complete the-nine. prol-ability will appear here this with waiting for a chance oi give and j tale with an opponent. FEDERAL GERMAN GOVERNMENT LEGALIZED BETTING1 1 .summer. After Ifaving l.ethoridge list fall, she went to Walla Walla, ipre she won the. World's Charapion- ;p. Manders is not dying rouch joct- ing this year, but will follow over the entire circuit. It will remembered that he rode the win- Be ..batting Handbooks and Other Illicit Forms cf Beeting LEAGUE OPtNS ITS SEASON ON APRIL 13 St. Maich lo cal Federal league will open here on -April 13, it Tvas announced j toucy by officials of (he cluli, after horse in. th8 iroe.ior.all here last r they had eiamlned tte of the work oa the new grandstand. Trie i I Fede'ra! learaa be "ar-i On hij attiTai-'at- jjenxer this wm- Alh- and Berlin, German SSSfiS" 5li record 'a teiEionSover Ross Den- restricting feettlos to the Official, IngbJT-lascd pari-mntyfcls. The measure alao Js intEnded to dis- coirace fccttinc the loirer and middle" and aujnnent tie gov- errmeat's revenues tailng the Im- mensa now Illicitly wagered. wllh three passengers, was establish- j ]ast- January, and is reputed to ed today from the aerodrome here be some pugilist. by Robert Thelea, the German aria- j Makers is jubilant over hb rc-in tor. LOCAL 3ASEBALL CLUBS SHOW LACK OF INTEREST League Meetino Lsst Night Adjourn- ed Tm March 31 There -was not a sufficient nomfcer of teams represented at the citv: base- ball meetits held last at the V.M.C.A. to warrant any definite husi- being done. President McEIyea Tras present, and half a dozen others, and after diECUESing the baseball eit- tiation in the city from many angles, .decided to call another meeting on Tuesday, the 31st InsL statement as a member of the Juar- to ii GRASSY LAKE CHALLENGE LOCAL PLAYERS Grassy Lake bowling team has challenged the local Y.M.C.A. ers to a home-a'ad-home series. The Grassy Lake team is welcome to come here, and try concluelons, tut as to a return match that is another ques- tion which the locals are not" yet de- cided upon. LOOK HERE ALBERTA GUN CLUB MEETING 7heie will to a n-.ectlng of the of- ficers c( Hie Al'pcrla Gun club oa Sat- urday creliine al eight o'clock in the olfico ol A. U. Stafford, Siafford nloch, al which arranjemeals will he made for the oT the local which darts on May 1. The clue Is In good financial con- dition and there Is expected to be] many new faces, aa .well as the old members on the firing line the ec-Ason. opens. QfLTTff CURLERS IN THEIR FINAL BATTLE OF THE SEASON Keen ourliog Jof-.theicup donated by Tbornpton of Toronto. This unique sketch gives a good Idea of the garb worn by the and Uieir n-L. T FloblnBon and tie winning ivas rather sllcVy and RIFLE CLUB MEfcTlfJQ The Rifle ajsoclalion will hold Its 1914 organization meet- Ins oa Monday ntght la Aequith t Lindsay's office. Tho meeting was to luve been held oa Friday nlehl, but was to glyo at-nibera lotig- tr notice. All Interested In tbn club, which had such a successful reason laat year, Bhould be. on hand on Mon- day night, when pUns for the season JHII bo mads, BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS From Icit to D. centre; A. M. Stetd, L. Guard, manaicr; V. Spackraan, P. Davis, forwards. Left'to Silting: T. A. Spacknian, E. L. fjpacliman, guards; O. F.1 Steed, right forward, captain. Albert Brandley and R. G.'Hardy played with tha team In 1S11 to 1313, helping them to victory. Theteam haa played slity games In the laat thrc.8 years, having lost only one game, and that to Calgary in 1912 by a very ctoso score. They have played all tho teams in Southern Al berta at least twice each season. The closest game was when an opposing team succeeded In piling up 2S point3 to Stirling's 31. and in this game only three of the regular played. Tho team ts noted all over Alberta for their speed and com blnallon, every member being utrong on his position of defence, ani dangerous when near the basket with ball, the game In 'which each member of tho team doee not bc-lng a rarity. This the In vlnclbies a great advantage over opposing teams who train only thei forwards to ttoot The Steed toys are considered the 5lar players, and tho high stand ard 01 team wort displayed by the I'am Is due In measure to thel efforts and strenuous coaching. Thr-y possess a combination that Is al most Impoasllile to penetrate, acrl thi-lr shooting 13 incomparable. Vranl Steed is always clad in while, whi'.ti team males are uniformed In dark Is done to distinguish liirn with case In the team's t forts to feed him with the bill, t'elng the most cipsit shot on the lin as, artd protaWif the btst In this parl the SNAPS' For Saturday we have arranged a large counter of Snaps large assortment of various articles from our regular stock. It will pay you to come in and see what twenty five cents will buy here on Saturday. Remember Our Boys' Big Suit Sale Will be Going Full Blast Saturday There are hundreds of Snaps too numerous to mention in the space alloted MEN'S SUSrENDERS in HOW, neat, webs, regular 50c. SATUEDAY SNAPS 25c MEN'S FANCY NECKWEAR in (lie ktnst fc-liapes and shades, regular 50c and 75c. SATURDAY SNAPS 25 C MEN'S FANCY.CASHMERE HOSE Kceular 50c. SATURDAY SNAPS 25q MEN'S EQSTON GARTERS4 Hegular 35o. SATURDAY SNAPS 25p MEN'S FANCY ARMBANDS V .Regular 35c.and 50o, SATURDAY SNAPS 25c MEN'S CUFF LINKS, Tic Pins' and Coat chains. Regular 50c nud 75c. SATURDAY SN, APS 25c. MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West" 322 Fifth Street, South Alberta Block ;