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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IjRTHBRIDGE HERALD; I'AGE FIVE 1PUS BAAS Marcli H ity is apva-tnt o" hauii. ally is this o( wade liy I1. IMS. !or Fifteen Ol ULLlN IKUlNK Mile l.aVp for cbo'.it weeks then westward again lo t'ou- lee, where th? reuiaindfr ol Ilic v.-ork t will he executed. With the approach of F.asler (herej is a noticeal-le stimulated interest in I" tl.c iucal church choirs. Thrre uilh J U and MYSTERY SOLVED (Uoctiri'jri) Flora Krcal Pajr.rO Jboat race crews put in some iwork under delightful weather lions today, each confining their ef- forts to short stretches oT fast i Heading left to right, top Doelteer, ruver; Seller. MCiecary.ireaiurcr; trainer; V. Soften, left de- Cambridge, who Ehoweil Eome atithnus expressly written (or Ihe oc.- he rehenrspd. V TfaBki'nskl right -Middle Solomon, k-ft wing; H. K. Welilauffor, lion. presltaH; Dr. T. .provement on yesterday's perform- Falmcr 3T1j ct the south. IP- n rVllihim irvs'dent- H .Wls'uicr, manager; Lerous, centre, He Horn UoKhtnnln. right T-IHE; O. mint- ance, after padaimB to helcny oa tver.itig 'from t Mi'ire Brid6c'T "I0r71tl3 "Ed Una. Hpji-li, California, where he and worth, goal, J. epue. fma Loa, }lr. MACLEOD WILL' HAVE FAST BASEBALL TEAM AGA1H IN THE- FIELD CHAMPIONS OF SOUTHERN .AL- ERTA ORGANIZED- FOR COMING SEASON Macleod, Match outstand- ing and surprising" fcal.iire'ot.'tke an- n.Ml meeting-oiHhp. Macleod -baseball fans this year-was the.obstinate re- fusal of (ipor.j'c AildisoVto oier-.tl-.e inanaKeinfnt Jh.p Jeam. Alter .how- ever, -Abe. popular' m.anagfr. capifulat- flEFlLIN PROUD OF CUP The champion Merlin O.H'.A. In- termediate team were a roy- receptiou n-hen they relurneil ionic .after winning the .champion- ship at Orlllla. They wc-nl through Toronto on their way home, got session of the .1. Roas Robert- son Intermediate cup and proudly displayed'the trophy In thfc parade ousli the streets that, had been organised in their honor. The fly- lug Dutchmen proved themselves a team of real championship cali- bre, and had a splendid record during the season. lo'sing ouly two games and tlolng .one .In 18 played. CLUBS TO COMBINE .-IN HOLDING SMOKER r tt- i before many minutes. forts lo short stretches or fast -rresltd on Fifth .ttjet al noon, j I f n', bcii.g searched It MS discover- 11. llradshaw, the wpll te was ,lot jit jirimilive in the selection of nnder- uear. He dressed in one of the choicest ol silk under suits, and bad on the only dress shirt in the'collec- tion. 11 it hail not been for Iheso gii-- inenls, he might Ime heeu nlistaUn ininion ciirEen with no yisihlfl BOXING AND! WHESTLINC WILL BE v KEAD'LINERS OF THE ENTERTAINMENT a, manly art of defcr.ee has> become ijuite an iinporlant sporting cur- riculum ot. Macleod .and if any uros- white "s Mrs. Hiailshaw s health Is ;uuch mi-1 o( support, but the police soon i proved. Mr. and Mrs. Kred Bradsliaw dctpdeu ijjii it Yi-as all a sham. (nte Miss Mildred Iliilipr) also re- is JE aged 30 years, has twu .....iiir puVltiiG-eleven strokes In fifteen sec- Bridsliav says ttiat they have im- onds cacii'tlKe. On both occasions Mjojed the winter or. the they goi very smartly away, aud soon Pacific coast, and that iellic'dT down lo a lone swinging Mrs Krailshaw's health is fiiuch stroke, which loot their boat the water at a'fast pace. Oxford, not starling from Ihe slake turned from Iheir honeymoon boat, rowed ten and i halt strokes in vario'Js fifteen seconds. Afterwards, Blarliugi from thc alakc hoal, they liad -A min- ulo row in which they pulled thirty- eight strokeE, and their work gave general satisfaction. COEUR HAL CHASE SIGNS and wypathutiaiiicallr'installpd High Chief, MojW-.'ol the invir.cible nine who wined up-Altbrta and thenlpamoua First BaEeman invaded Monlana with a view Iq-pifV-j Ttrms" With White ias. oul a lew.niore worlds to con- Comet Sox FOR Ohio, SInroh Presiaerit K. S. Barnord, of the .Cleve- land league cluh to night tlitt- the Cleveland clilb will Rive Piteh'ers Blinains Oeo Kahler, the but obtainable legal ier- vices In cate. IH Federal ing oul a lew.more v.Wi.- quei. The officers' lor 'rllie current year vcr'o Eltclid ;4s (pllows Hon- D'ALENE FOR NELSON REGATTA Coeur d'Aleuo, Idaho, March t, k The Coeur d'Aleno liowlnn club has Ule iutiiatlon from the, Nel-i -T-h-B con Los Anseles, Cal, 5larc-li The Hal Chose holdout incident clos- assault at-arnis of the Cricket ar.d, 4 liaselall clubs-will" servo' to brins siaerlng a volmg contasi for tho most last smoker held j young woman, single or niar- .was an unquali-J Nelson regattz. them to light. The hy the football in I.elhhtidjc three or four days, and claims Poland as his native habitat. He was a miner before his fall from, grace anil honor, and says that- he came, to Canada tsvo years 350 Irom Cicrsnatiy. One of the rnen hid in his possession a home made iimmy, poundfd on the anTil from an or- dinary iron bolt. Davis' record is no less interesting than Smolin's. The latter lias been in i.eihfiridge for tivo years, and in Canada three, having come from Aus- tria with his wiie and flTe-yejir-old daughtr-r. He is a miccr and has qualities that are admired V. Moll, who is nor: general 35- by every member of the force. Chjei cnt for Canada for thc Maxwell Mot- Skelion siyj that he is an e-ijwrl, fipd sui and ho? wrestlers uctcss and'spift good wreifllr.g tho new racing-shell, oiing sfajed. The, accompany the club an who appeared were J. Oorroiey and Boggf Hhpdes, jr., and I'resirlnvl.'-Maror.T. H. SteJ- ed today, the While Sox first rtan Hon. Kx-May- announcing that he has signed or U. J. drier President, Dr.-Wj_W. contract. Milburn; Vice-PMslilciil, A. lieo. McAllister 'ar.d' thcss who i Scott, CHINA' COCK WINS were not pl out, 1 and HEOII Wilson Voting j London, Marc! Alex IJMrso'nV C. P: Russell and Spring Cup, a h 'Treasurer, Johimj- Hyan Mnnaeer, Hie euni his old contract..is ,tive Cora- (0 for. I E. Ilixon and C. S. TCnoi ton and J. Meflrtde and Mutton, g lo mittee, K. W. 11. was also some new mater- ial from which to draw. MAURICE McLOUGHUN MUST DEFEAT WILDING TO WIN THE WORLDS' TITLE them bot-h a run for the anticipated. The receipts amounted plaudits I of the crowd test time. to only about and thin. EUUI tollovrs: JIM THORPE A RIVAL C.lifornt.n HH Twlw Great Thai thc comers ,111 bo ..iff Is II i fsred Veir He Geti likely that most ot the, tic will be' Third Chance..nd Should be at ,u nil Anthony'r! o! Auslnlia, universally sccounUi t-c in UIB T.orld, will lead the AiiBLrmllaFUu loam (or He at the Davfi'Cup In America ibis year. "With him will come Norman iirboktis, sunley Ivouet ami A. DutiUp, tho'iilck'of (lie lennis men tuo Antipodes, hut Mil overshadow. all of thorn. (If. i having tbo option of coming here or bv 3 to playing at homo.'.Their stars will en-. ter the tournapipnlii, and all' who think they have any chance will stny for the all-comers.-, H is aaid lhat lipUeily. once the uudiBpuled champion of-the come, ellher as a member of the English team, or as an entrant In the bpllt Up Arena, 50 per cent., .Vic- toria's eipenfcs, league's 10 _, per cent, tOW; Toronto players, CO Rlchartit. per cent.'of nel! Victoria rW- ltr ers, 40 pet cent, of net, Total, T llnaca, K.Y., March has an alhlete who maV make as great an athletic record as Jim Thorpe, the Carlisle Indian. Thorpe's work in the decathlon and panlalhlon 'Aill hardly be surpassed, but bin other i Olympic, figures m'ny be shattered In .March a 0'n.M.. ENGLISH FOOTBALL London, March n, first fll-. footbart game West hull be given to 1, and who ivill and crew to Car Co., 13 spending a fe-iv days at his .home in Fernie. William Forsyth, who has been prospeciitig the 151k Valley for some weeks, is iu' the city ior a days. The Triies nen- addition is almost completed and will be ready for occupation in a few (lays. N. E. Druggist, is to occupy or.e of the his business having outgrown his present quarters. Thft Hoamer amaUsits put on a laughable larce at the Optra house last night (0 a large crowd. The pro-reeds arc to be given to the Holy Family church. Tlic visitors were ei.-teriaiced to a lunquet at North-frn. A fire brolic out in a house ana tlial- tie couitt malic rue. amateur competitor ID the Herald road race Icolc for a soil shady spot in which to rest. He admits having helped himself to the goods and chattels in question, and coiroboir ates David1 story as to the msiir.er in which they were divided. He tooV his share home, >vlieie they were found by the police. Davis came to his house on Monday night, where hu slept, but left on Tuesday, and hunted on Tuesday night, in the hos car. LIVERPOOL HANDICAP Liverpool cap of J5000, one today by ocK, a four-? ear-., starting at en's Wrack, second, and V. T. d. Sst., 20 to I, won the Lincoln-terdJy with fine, totalling "was Imposed uuon Paul Krohl. a "Windsor brew-ory agenl, fa the rolEce. court for violation of'th-: liquor lair. found gyllty of selling Ifqcor without a license. learns jjrornwtch Albion defealed lo nil. Here are cf nichards' performances to dale: Sixteen-Pound Shot feet f, inches. Running Broad feet 6 In- The Irap snooting tarnament held; nigh Jump-6 feel In- TRIGGER AND TRAP Max Decugia, ttic irrench'champion, with Ihc 'pick conjuiiclipn ivfih Ilic National- Wildlnfi wan not a member of the, the, Oerir.au tennis men, will try for. Vacation ami Sportsmen's j vauli-in feet S (emu that was muffed out by Amerl- American championship.. I show on the roof of the Craiul Ceu- year, lip did not figure in The IMW-C (or holding the cup Unah: tr.ll i'aloce fourlten stories above the! !iunflrei1 .inri1 Uash-lOl-a irolahly will bo in thoitsh ground in the my heart of ian Krancir-co, noslon, I'hila'delphtn York City was declared ,1 success, hy anil Pitlshnrg have bid for lho honor.: Hie 150 participants and large crowds ____________________ Iftho wilncspcd the shooting. HOPPE BEAT SUTTON I 'nt lournainctit started March .i; i coinplelcil March II. Cloie play agalnet- Amorirans till ILe.chal- Ipnjtc round of the All-England match. 'n'riota lie met and defeated Maur- ice McLoiiehlln. Tills wag the second lime Wildlni Beaten lho Ainetifan craefe. In Australia ho beat Mcl.ouglilln when ttrj latter wos ot ILo "Calltornta kids" who allempted lo llfi tlio Uava Cup two yefl'rs B60. liclwecn Hie two rnatchts Improved won- il'eifnlly. Al ho rrocttally hnld the AijslreHan ercn. It la almost ccrlaln that the Call- forntan will meet Ills twollmo con- nilnior thla year. In this Matcli lie will rirobably bo al the top n[ tils form Aft A tennis player. U Is Ijle rhnnrri'lo-Hfat Wilding, nml 11 Icoks now thciugh on victory or defeat for do'jienda America's i hanco ot ImMinj the lentils trophy. All of Ilia AllStrAlInna will flgurn in the nll-comera at this year, unit II v.-ouid not to snrwMiiR If Wliiilng sho'lld carry hst'K iii lllk In Australia. lfi condgi Tom Daly, who used lo lie a bat- lery n'.ato of (Sovernor Tener, Is now a scout for tho New York Yankees, Willie Hoppe rc-tained title 5MOO lareets (rapped Sur- worid', champion in 18.) .alk ilne Wl- liards defeating Oeoige Sulton rossibility that (lie roof shooting will tc a pctniaricnt Iliin? Hue to Chicago ,00 points to 22R fn 21 inn- novdu. SD, Ingi. lloppe high runs of CO, ,0 in njj. and 67, tnd averaged 2S 17.21. Sul- -tt.e ton's best efforts yielded 69, 43 and nml ho (ivcrsjcd 1IS-20. CATARRH OF THE' BLADDER 24 Hours tvh w i anil "Korrsl ec yiroam" nmaleur cl'.am- pionship, solid grjjj.iliamonri (oh, won hy A. W. l.'huicli, 82 out of 100. "Korcsl A; Slreani" rio'tEsi' clunil'innship, Ilarey U'afrrs inpincri.il trnpliv. won by II. Klcvens, 3.10 out of 100. f.nlics' individual amateur i-hain- pifinsliip, skrliiii; silver cup, u on Mrs. Vneel, 1! mil ol SO. Inlet Atliictie Yacht, 'ioli Counlry ('lull. Iran race (Cluh silvrr uoii hy New Vork Athletic Club, 2H mil of "50. Challenge Still Open Russell-Knight Supremacy Unquestioned Thirlj- dnys ago olTcrcd challenge of io Ihc whole world of maim- fiichircrs ;iml owners of niltoniobilcs poppei vnlve engines, lo thfi rfc- ccnl iicrforiuniK-c of Hie RUSSELL-KNIGHT al West Toronto. To date no otic has seen fil to accept. Until this challenge is iicccplcd anil our reronl equaled the ('anadion-huilt RUSSELL-KNIGHT engine acknowledges nciihsr superior nor equal. sixty days longer the challenge remains open. In the interest of motor imnnifacliirinf) we hope some enthusiastic admirer of poppet valve engine will have confidence enough in his favorite motor lo accept the Challenge and enter the lesl. Meantime ttie World's Champion Motor is the Canadian-built ntJSSKLL- KNir.IIT. i ASK FOn YOUR COPY OP I'HOF; PRICE'S COMPLETE REPORT NOW BEING PRINTED Russell Motor Car Co., LtdL HEAD OFFICE AND TORONTO BENCHES: Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouvtr, ;