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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i L\i'(aay^ MarPOINTMBNT re H: M. THr KtNO Brink . the , Whiskey .-;that'has-no peeri = & WHITE The Right Scotch 'EJiStilled the "old, slow. 50od Scottish way, in Scot-and, and maturedf in. sh'eny casksr by James Buchanan & Between Tram and City YALEvjVIQTORCYCLES Place the advantages o� one in reach, of the other. Farmers have found it invaluable in many ways- sudh as when machinery breaks In the midst o� harvesting. A trip to town for a repair part would lose the best part of the day, it not'three days, if a horse ..were driven, buit It is a spin of only iinhour or lessrbyMmotorqycle. You .would be 'interested by the way- a Yale motorcycle would prove its worth' to you, Call or write for me to call, also illustrated Catalogue. MORTPER PRIEST 511.6th street ;South. UETHBRIDGEv Waniess Rink Won the Easter Hats Yesterday The Good Friday honspiel o( the ijAthbii'dge'CurlinK club was a huge sueepss.-Every thing that portends to make the roa;rin' game go with a vim was .present and it was not until the-weo hours of this morning that the rafters of the rink heard the last ofvthe "Mohicans." The rink shipped by Geo. Waniess, carried oB the honors of the day, playfng.with the final with F. W. Clark's rink. -. The Waniess rink for /feelr aohleV|Bment bake four Eaater hats from -.'the senjl-ready stow by .the courtesy^; of the proprietor. Clark's ri^k.-Sulled down tobacco jars /Qt'the'tr .�ha�p of i*e spoils, and for titljdvandv fourth respectively, A. B. StaHord and Mr. W. H. Marrs will receive like recognition. CONSOLATION 'Macleod,'Bruce, Arberry and Nelson rinks were-knocked out early in the competition; awd-; were eligible for the oonsolaMoiii' N. T. Macleod defeated Oarberry in, the" final 10 to 8i and won it. : FOOTBALL . � � CALGARY ENTITIES FOR � WRESTLIN G TOURNEY ? Co.", Limited. >.'6. ROBim of ,TaBloii'?|" t � ' Barnsley, 1; Bristol City, o'. J  BJaclcpool, 0; BUTnley,.2. .: Clapton Orieati 0; 'Wolverhapmton Wanderers. 0. ,Gl'ossop, 3; Leicester Fosse, 0. v G-rlmsby, 3; Leeds City, 2; ;.Stocip6rt County, 3; Hulieity, 3. ; :LlncolnOity,'3; Fulham, 0, Southern. League Reading, 1; Queen's Park Rangers! 0. , ' � Brentford, I'.'Sputhampton, 2. ' GlUIngham^'O, Stoke, ff. Watford; 4;V3^ortBmouth/ 2. / . ' Coventry'jr'ipxeter City, i. ' Bristol Ro^f^2; Crystal Palaoe, 2, ^i?'rest� HajittsO^fted,, 1;.Brighton and Hove Albiobi'.lfV'-J  > *?i?&.wlndqiJi^^K^l* 3Merthyr, O.V: y> "Plymouth *.%*-le, 2; Mlllwall Ath-' .letl^/i:/UJl'�'>, ;fe^ ' Salford,'' Iv^lghley, 3. :Wjgan"7'3"3; St. Helens, 10. ' .. Wakefield Trinity, 5; Dewsbury, 3. "S=ork, 10; Runcorn, 3', Oldham,: 5; Warrington, 3:s 'other RUBljy Matches Neath, 7; Brighton, 0.; / S ,  '��V Gloucester, 6; Aberavbn, 0. Llanelly, 5; Portadown, 0. -Penarthj' 8; Barbarians, 3.--' The\Calgary entries .for the' Provincial, ^Wrestling tournament he^-e nex't Tuesday came in to the hands of the local ex-, ecutlve this morning. .They are: P. J. Mooney, 145 pounds;V B. W. Hannan, 135 pounds, and "T. M. Cubln, 158 pounds. The -latter may enter the heavyweight class, too. Welsh ;coming across (Liverpool, Maroh 23. - B^reddle Welsh, champion lightweight, sailed for New'York today, on the Maure-tania. He expects to arrange a match with Willic Ritchie, of San Francisco. No Game Yesterday The S. O. E. vs. Callle final for the Wright Charity. Shield, was not play; ed oft yesterday as staged, owing to the cold weather and poor condition of the grounds. _ . j aquatic officers ? The Aquatic club held Its election of" officers on Thursday evenlne,', iia itbe Y. ^. C. A. parlors, and the follovir-lowlng men"v w�re voted in: for president, J. B. Wilklej vice-president,', J. W. Held; commodore,'! D. A. Smith; vice - commodore, T. C. Rld-path;,E. Sloan, secretary-treas ' > .> � .� � i> � How Is It Possible For You To Fit Practically Every Man Fit-Reform Sysitm Of States makes this an assured fact. Fit-Refcrm Spring Suits and Overcoats are made for unusual figures, as well as the normal man. That Is, Fit-Reform garments arc designed for Short and Stout Men Short and Thin Men Tall, Stout Men Tall, Slender Men Over-erect Men Men with Square Shoulders Men with Sloping: Shoulders And coats are designed and tailored in all sizes to fit all these classes of men. VThat's why we can fit you perfectly in Fit-Reform Spring Suits and Overcoats. ^2 McKelyie & McGuire iff I LETHBRIDGE FREIGHT HANDLERS WON AT MEDICINE HAT The Lethbridge^frpight boys decided the issue at Medicine Hat yesterday when thev deieatM'foe freight handlers of that town?,biyj 6 goals to 2. J. H. Smith, captain of the locals,-won the toss and THaycd Avith the sun behind them. i-fThQ. Lothbridge' team .lined up as follows; Collodge, Geo. Field, T. HoIZatid, CJ, Parrant, Howard, J. ,H. Smith, P. Clayton, P. Parrant, ir. ThomBBOn, R. Thompson,. P^ Smith. V?" ' � ' V Botli .teams played;; a great game, �but the l-ocals put it all over the Hat from,.the start, and.kept.them going right.to the finish. .Co'llodge, the Lethbtidge keeper, saved some fine shots .fram the sharp; and nippy Hat �orwa>rdB. . , , ,P. "Clayton, . outside right, did splendid :^'ork and succeeded in-cloing the Hat,^trick. H. Thompspn,/centre-forward,^ yiistributed the .ball .with great judgment, bringing two goals to his credit. P. Farrant, inside right, fastened, into the: ball, running half the length of. the field and sent a heaijity right, into the net.. Geo. Field^andT'..Holland played a sound; defence, game, keeping the Hat lor-wards well in check. The half backs were strong, /and at no'time of the game did the Hat' forwards "get stny scope. The left wing played a great comt bination always putting the ball right in line for goal. ENTERTAINED , After.tho g^me , a recefttSon was; fiVBn,-to ' the, Lethbridgc team, at .'^e-' 'oruna ,hotel. .Covers were,set,lor do, and' ample 'justice' was ,done %tp! the splendid, menu . served,;, after whiph an entertainment was proyidr ed. Mr. W. T. QiH, Lethbridge,, was moved to the chair.. 'The toast \ of the King was given with musical honi, ors. Speeches wore made by Mr.'W, Haffern, Lethbridge, shbd foreman; Mr. Sharland, Meditine Hat, aild capt^iins of both teams, and Mr. p.. Smith, Lethbridge Trainer D. Pishei , in a.fieat^ littlg. ^pp^oh,e*press8d';,his satisfaction at 'i^he r^sult,^of his labors, 'and* promised to repeat the dose .''''y.'5�irV or-phone. Tigger and Trap The first shoot oE the Alberta Gun club was- licld at ,the trap^ south of the Athletic park a.J '2 p m, yasiaz-day, aind a number'of shooters 4ook part. The, weather *� and ' b6nditions weie ideal with the exception' of> being a little on the cold side owing to 'the season starting so early. By tlie -following scores; it wtllifbe, seen that later,on in the''seasoAj-sp,iwe,-record scores should be piiH,',up.  \ :: Tota\. Shot at' ' ''.25' 2!5 ,50 K. B. .roimson ...............�lS't20' 39 A. 'BA>'$tafIord ......'nji.:, .,lfi."'l8^^84 E. OvStlqkley' ...... .-A^'ai $1,000 In Cash Given To Smokers In Alberta Of Tvery Cifiar' Smoker in Alberta will Welcome FlordeCL^ . smok^ ITS ADVERTISING-PURE AND SIMPLE ' This $t ,ooo i'as nothing whatever / to do with the quality of "Flor de ' Claro" cigars: the company appTopriated itfor advertisiijgir-to'create agood-will-7^^'^'*� ^JP^*^ -^^iii^pmmim^' Ixistead of spending Si,o<� iripencilsiash.ttays. thermometers, or oth^^^^ teifles, we are giVing the: whole $i.ooo m cash to the men of Alberta.who smoke our cigars. _ , . 20 years we have studied tobaccos. We ^^j'vr^^* tobacco comes from- ' No strings tied to this offer. No coupons to save. ' No letters to .write. - '^i No postage stamps to be sent "to pay for cost of mailing".v'' . ' W  ' ^''v Every penny of this $i,ooo goes to the men oi[ ALBfeRTA who buy'and , \^ "Florde Claro", the loc. cigar with "thaf fastiinating flavor." ^'  HERE*S THE IDEA la some of these cigars, we have placed aluminum tags. ^, Some tags are worth 25c. and some are worth $25.00. /' la every box, is alr'least one'Cigar''codtaining a 25c. tag. In a few boxesj are cjgara containing the $25.00^ tags., m It is impossible for any "one^^tb tell'from)tiieir,appear-3^k*tM' ance which cigars contain the'aluminum-|tags: - Tli&