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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIl BRIDGE DAILY HERALD ITT M'GRAW WIN FOUR TIMES IN i ASSIGN WITH GIANTS? S HERALD ROAD RACE List Thsmis Donaghur Will.be i" Line to Defend His LINC Won Three Successive Penncnis number cr enquiries -H Not High Class LethbMdge Rei Crow Book Store; J. 0. Rob- eruoa Co.; JacVsca fc C0'k Co.; Alexandra Hotel: Pec- Ed-' u, to Tie's Drugstore: Kennj S Ailin: Lcthbrldse Hole! ''a rword .or road race. Tue r.u-c will be run off on the- same Osy .--5 list >oar, July 1. in liv IskeyV l-ot-is llrowns or AIM iu'thcsf iliys. have won Uiros ttaqs a re.v. 'Cap" was tci' first Nil-; banners. his-Chicago While In- ISS1. an.1 Rtce'.e yas neit to turn t'li- liis BOFIOIIS v.iunlus in 1S5V, UK and "SOI. Hanlon Won Three for Baltimore Xed starieu in vrherf Seice le'i ofl. aurt proceeded fo reel'of." a clusltr of three flis? with his Bal'.i- rao--: Orioles in IS54, 1SL'5 and iMi! Fred Clarke the fourtb manager to do ibis stum. I3J3 Pirates "wen ihe lireMier honors in IK'l. I'.'OJ acdl093. Kma's Crxnce was the next in line TLo Cubs cojred in ISti, 1SOT. and ISfS. Mc-Gravv's Giants won ia l'.Uk lite and 1513. Jrsii'..- tUeir IT In ui-c readily as chaius-icn: ivlio slHI lijs to taste tiro? of r.esr..-.ut ulne. New Ycrk Not a Great Club There is snclhir trutii v.hicli must 'b? H i? that tbe GSanls .2re.uot a creat clr.n and never we Giants who liave looked gocd be- McGraw made them abovc last week oi training for their nnual eigbt-o.ir rate March 2S, over he famous fii'ir anu oae-quarter ironi I'ataey to Mnrtiab he Thames. Thus far everything has Savored Cambridge for tiic event, the crew the best developed at that uni- tisity for years. The reverse hw ren ihe case with the Oxford men, vhii were for a long time unable lo tciilc either upon composition o! he crew or tte position, of the oars The crews follow I. Day, l.ady Mar garct collece, bou -.2, J. E. Swano Trinity liall 3, F. C. Livingston les-js; I, F. A.-Ritson. Kirst Trin ty p. K, Oarnett, First Trin ty 6, 'C: S. Clati', Hembrqle G. E, V. Huiron, T.bi.rd Trinity G Z. Third Trinity, stroie L niddley, .Jesus, coisWaic. Osford Fl. W. Fletcher, lialoit bow 2. H. Hurdciin, New College K. Ward, College Magcia'Iep 5, J, H; Kin Kxetter 6, F." B. Wig zir.i, College 7, G. Tiiher ineton, Queens 11. F. I. 1'iiman New ColiEge, stroke; 'II. B. V.oll Magdalen, coxswain. LOOK HERE ELSH AND CROSS MATCHEC nglish Los Champion Will Meet Yorker March (Jilie Welsh, lightweight cliaraplon Great Britain, and Leach o! TV York ivere nmtdied late last -lit for a boilns contest to TIT'ON FOR NAMES AT MAGRATK WORTHY CAUSE Macralli, March Taylor oi the local squadron of the1 23r< Alberta Hangers, who rrcctilly re turned from the MiHtarv school Pincljct Creo'x, where he took higl boners for eilkleccy, is circulating a pKition footing io the organizatio oi a liiHe Association. Thirty name al least are required, luit as man more as desire to become afliliatc with the ivorthy move may attao' names to the petition wlilc! will be duly forwarded to ihr WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1911 Hose beariiic the ttatlcniark like a second skin to every curve of foot ami liinb: They do tint rip, or tear Ijccause there is not a seam aixnil llicm. And they're made men, women and children in cotton, (ashmtre, sift and in any weight and all jxipular colors. Hosiery I! ami look for the tradomarfc! Ptsaaos LiMiied, P Ironi'l-'rout tn.-Ier departmrat, the rifie heM nn p'aht ot 2S. The] form part of the fight of weight was Ipfi lo Cross iag tore? of the nation, there ar I n stun ointcr practically no hard set rules to Ihe gtoer.m .low a sort of inililtty dis-1 thcy sllouid 5S for his AMOUS TROTTER DROPS DEAC j must be observrf it will be; indicated tlial In- desired lo in no way oppressive. There art ,Uiicli-order he would obey, he eml rxcellcnt locations for the butts, i wouW submil King (hat tlic the ne'jtnonia Takes Colorado Record of Denver. Colo.. Marrt champion three-year-old trotter, elding the record of at that dropped dead at Overland Park otay of pneumonia. Colorado E. was owned by George of L'enver was sev. and in the coursr of another nioath O3ker shoulil or two thr nicmfcrra af Ihe associa- tion may have the opporlmity oft teiaovcd fiorn bettering their marksmanship. COLLINS MAY GO TO FEDS army. MERELY n years old. He had Just come from J'.ears and TO PKOTKCT Tli: ARM01UKS This'tlocumerjl was followed by letter, dated March II, from the War Office to General Sir Arthur Pa Mass., Jlarch 24.-Jlmmy t CoinniMter-in-Chicf in Ireland, Collins, ster third baseman for Slr ''In consequence of reports received PITTSBURG NATIONALS BLOCK THE FEDERALS Hot Springs, Ark., .March 24. S. H. Camnitz and "John represer.ta- ives of tte Piltsuiirs Keileral league club, -were enjoined tempor- from arily Ly the Circuit Court r-terferlog with In any manner mem- bers or the 1'ittsburg .National league :eam now in training here. bis acceptance of the management of team. Collins said.be would be a candidate for third base he.became- COMISKEY MUCH IMPROVED 111., March A Comlsfcey returned tcday from Camp Jerome, Wis., In much Improved health, after hia sojourn in the woods. He has practically recovered, iie said, from the effects or the Vllneas 'which suffered on the White Sos-Glauts world tour. jhe Winnipeg cUy champions, and ex-Allan.. Cup holders, were defeated In' ta'elr first game'at Toronto on Monday night, with tho' O.H.A. title-holders, by a score ot 5 to 5. The teams were closely malched and the lead was held alternately throughout tho game. Why that pain, when would stop it instantly? iYhy have z corn, when Blue-jay wpulci remove it in two days? that discomfort, when millions of people, could tell you a way to get rid of it? Be A Leader BE the first to wear the new Spring Styles. Identify yourself with the well-dressed men about town, by wearing the new Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats at the very beginning of the new spring season. We are ready to show you the co'rred: models for spring in both Suits and up. LETHBRIDGE SUNDAY. SCHOOL ATHLETIC LEAOU The annual meeting cf the Let liridee Sunday Schod Athletic leag will be held lu the V.JI.O.A. auditor- ium, Thursday, April 2, at 8.00 p.m.; Each Sundaj' school is c-nlltled to send two representatives for each; team that Is entered in'the league.. Sunday schools are requested lo send in written application for membership j In the league stating what teams will) lake part In Ihe schedules. The ar.-! mial election of officers -will te held at this meeting. The 1313 league will I likely he composed of the following ler'arlmcnta: Baseball, junior and intermediate: football, junior, inter- mediate and senior; basketball, Inter- mediate and senior. Start Work on Federal Field K.Y.. .March was broken today tor the JW.OOO con- crete grandstand to be erected at Fed- eral park, the. tiome grounds-of tho Buffalo Federal league "baseball team. ami other government stores, il I considered advisailc that you .stiou'ii at.once lalte sp'ccial precautions fcr safeguarding the depots and o'lh; pieces, arras, as'you nwy Ihint advisable.-'- "It appears lliat Armagh, Orcasli MONARCHS LOST FIRST Carricklergns and KnaMlHcn, are in .TO TORONTO CHAMPS suniciently guarded, lieing spcclall liable "to Orders, also were" given to.'thc oflic ers'. in comnionJ1 of" Ihe whtr? arms and T.erc slpred or located. They were lull) they would he held responsible for Ihe safely ol that properly and lEiat sucli places r.ever should lie Icfl un- guarded. It is pointed oul lhat ttiis order referred to the whole of Ire- land. FIRST SUJX OF IllSAFFECTIOX Gcnsral Pagct telegraphed lo Ihe. War Office on March 20 that all the officers of the Buyal Irish Lan- in Dublin, had resign with the csreplion ol two. lie said he fe-atcd that the same condi- lions nrevailccl among the ofTic'ers oi These are ihe facts: is applied m a jiff Ani3 from that instant all pain McGuke v AQUATIC ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT Tho Aiiualtc at- sedation -will hold 3 concert in connection uith the annual meeting tomorrow night at the Y.5I.C.A, when the winners of thr- various hrancfces of ppnrt ivlll lie prf.senlrd with ihfiir of victory. Kverybody ft TOiACC Buchanan's! i RED SEAL Scotch Let en remind you every morning Sure To Please You, is this mild and excellent Scotch. The lamoui Buchanan distilleries have always produced Red Seal at the same high "Government Standard." Matured for 10 years in sherry casks and bottled at the diatillery. D. 0. ROBL1N Agtnt for TORONTO T.k. JNHKAnTOPCITY HOTEL SAVOY the Sixtcejith Queen's Lanrcrs tioned at ihe Curcngti, and that the mrn refuse to move. .Thro, while you. work or-ilcep .or rji J w mmes the corn. In tno you citn lift; out, ffiLhoutuiy pain or sortnws. bow eaay, how While you pare cons, or doctor (hem in other pet Ip ways; It is simply folly, in thue modern'. dayii lo sulfer iiom a A sjogls will prove this. For Corns ,V 15 url 25 cmU-7't DniijUU Baa Bkck, ClkM. "J Km Ttrk of Ihe injections by our oultfrs will he 'In (he event of presenl Home liule tcconiing law. Thai cvi-ning (ier.eral Pagel can we be called upoa lo enforce il-oa tcle.iraphed fo Hie War Oflicc that lihier under ll.c dpression of miiin- llricaiiier CJer.eral aiid 57 oflieers ol taining law'and Ifce Third Cavalry Ilrigade al the. i Cntrazh woulii prctcr to accept dis- missal if Ihey ucic ordered to -the north. Th5 tVar Oflicc replied lo trcueral rajtf': "You nre fo suspend from duly any senior officers wl.u have' tendered their resignaliniis or in i any other have disputed your auihority. Tlic rcsisnatiwis'df nil of- ficets should The War Ollice also saiJ thai oilier were bcinp sen! to relieve Hriea'lier fieneral Hubert (tou.eh, the Third ('avalry itn- ar.d Ihe commanding officers of Ihe. Kiftli and the Sixteenth Lancers, j ttliu were ordered .it, to i dou.. CKXKIIAI. I'AGT.T KXI'I.AIXS '.'This point'bhoiild be. inane clear. Othcrviiie, (litre, will he rwew- fn reply lo Ihis, llclgadier General Uouf.li was given si letter initialed .by Colonel Hecly as Sctrolary- and by l-'ielrl Matshall Sir i French, in which hh aiilhprucd In uitorni tlic officers as follows council is satisfied lhat the ineidcul which has arisen in .re- gard to-their resignations lo n ifiisunderKtanding.1' The-.letter conlinucs Hat'II; Is diily of'solrliers to" obey rommatids for the protection ol life rid proper- ty anil In support of the civil power in flic event oi atray council i< gla-l tUrc.ne.Vfr woulrt.be nny of disobeying orders. Mrizacllrr (lenprAl llnberl Oinigli. "It corifinues fhe feeling in tii.i brigade as "The gomnmrnl inuil retain i Its ti.e rcs'ill nt i commuiiirnfion frr.ni rljjMn In use nil ils forces.' of ilbe tie War ofln-c lonvcj-nl to vrr-lcrown in Irclar.d or clse.whetc ,to j tally by (Jer.cral Arlhnr I'agel, I said r- Ths nflicers ol my arc nn- aniin.oua in Hie opiuinn that Mrt1.fr Information is essential t.efore Ihey lie railed upon at such s'r.orl notice to take rlrclsions RO vitally aficcfirig theii whole fnlure, nnd .c.s- redclly tliat a cleir definilidtt should he fii'.'rn_ nl Ihe term "duty" as or- dered In native oRrationa, in I.'lslcr. If affj- such duty consists of (fir niair.terianc-c dl 6rrlcr anil presctva- tlon ol properly, ull U.e b'licm, in- cluding myself, arc prep.iml lo carry mil thai duly. II, however, Ihe duly (lie inillallon of aclivr inili- ary operations l-lslfr, the oflicers would anrl under prolesf prefer In Tlie n.nnrs ol 58 officers of Ihe 'Ihitil Uavalry Krigade followed. Afler an Jiilmjriv wllh i'olonel general Ilulrrt In )hf -War maintain order anil support Ihe civil poiver in the ordinary 'of tlipir it has no intention whafevrr cf aiUanlagis o' right in urdet .lo crush political oppo; silion lo Uie policy dr Ihe princlplei of the llmne Huic bill." Dr. Indian Root PilU are juit tee rTght meHicine ftr tne (liiMreti. When ihey lire ihcir kidneys out o( errler ovcr-indulfence in favorite gives them Morse's Indiin Root Pilliwil) nukVIy arid put them rirtt. Purely vegetable, Iney neither ncalcedor gripe, like harsh Guard your children's ScaVth -by a box of rir. Mone i Ijln the ThcTn Guard your ilwayl ;