Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta J HE LETHBRTDGE DAH^Y HERALD Tuosiljiy, MsiiTh 2.S. 1011. Election and Sport Talk Blended at Football Gathering SPORTS Curtailing of Racing in States a Bitter Pill AGITATION FOR USE OF THE GALT SQUARE FOR FOOTBALL Decided at Meeting Last Night in Caledonian Hall to Approach City Council Again -- Mr. Eckstorm Makes Offer - Ashcroft and King There I Kl\(i GEOHCJE KEENLY AWIOI S TO WIS VOLO VVV "That a delegation be arpoiniril , irni |':i!'iit pliu K-o-iml ;in.l asl; ffom ihedtffcren; toofKill 'n .r i| upon them tlie urgent need of settinu ' i he iit>v mui � n's.'n-iivj i- m portion of Cnh Park Ui bejt'il. Tlial wuv.lil ii\ r,..,-in )>\, nsed by different brnnrlips of aniaienr; sports for a playground." was tlie mo' >lr T!h-I sh .'ild a I tit I" and l>i''?)d r iu'i f (>!imLireh 2S.-.lark Johnson .oianda a good show today of being third man in the ring when Ad. Wolgast and .\ntone I^a t^rave meii in their COrotriul go here on .March :il .TdliiiEon already has aiiiionnced his candidacy I'or the .lob and as the negio ! A LEMON OR NOT A LEMON tion which was unanimously passed at ||,|| .,,,,1 (,,^,.,1, ,s, the iib- eisi.j dins will likely  he football meeting in the Caledom.iii uniiious scheme -o de:>ri\e the pnlilii- lea*; u- ior this year. Hall last nip.ht. "f benefits of the s.i inre. He Itctzardiiig a ilistiict About forty or fifty or ihe ^it^s,�"''^ l''^' � delegaiion wa' Mgskin chasers were present, and all .,,|f,prmen had i' al! leagae lii'ie .:-en -111' fnpiball lOiild � d iiie .\ir. Knisl'Ci k. ot Clas-ihe co'incil, ihe t^y L.iktv uas ^resell!, and si'uke of he �11 .and dried i,i m.iuer. .iiid in;iaia'eil that they "ere i the pros and cons of the game for the ,I,ph, ,,f ,,,,,, ,ra.-'- ^iLiU;, to oiimm- a team. Secretary 'coming season were Ihoro lahly discus- cally what iliev did, K ir i lei's sa';e. ' Ifail was insi rii.i ed lo wriie ilic cliihs ' Bed. A warm lime was had. and the he said, in cofl-sion. on We,lne--f'.a:. ir .Macleod. fin.her Creek. Kax tuoud, ; city fathers did not come off scathe- lose \'!r:iie and eie. t .lim Vsleroft. r Taiier and tlrassy Lake to set their Jess. For a lime it looked like a warm y''''-''i'' not he doitiE >n-ir riaiv Here opinam on the ftu-mation of snrh a |; evening before election, and fo-Hhall we stand. Kinn. Ash.a-ofi and nuseU. leag le �Was given the go-by, imt all en(leI TO T()\Y RIDDLE MILLIONAIRE BOXER CAN'T PULL OFF UNSUPERVISED BOUTS IN HIS GYM .Vri-angeincirs will he pu! ' election, but we are all tailling to,ecth at a near datt' f'U- a match between picked teams on Hood Friday. I is (luce Ibis ce." I roversy about the use he of Call ['ark is -e-:led. the football en-it. th-isiasts will settle d nvn to bisincss |er now, and that settles it. " .Ml". .-Vshcrot'i spoke briefly of loniiection with amateur spor' in city. lie had always supported II elected, he lo It sure got a red hot reception at get t hem , any rate. JACK JOHNSON'S NOODLE I.-.,. r- ,1 and a wavs una , If the toofialers and the best simmer in the foiUaaP This trio did a little verv fine (loinicd "  , , , , � , ! , .. . u -J 11.., bad to find a n^w pace to saniho . he bisiorv ol the city is lookeil forward electioneering on ihe side, and 'luiiu- > u i u . less when the votes are counter! (m |n\-edne6day. ,Ilm will have a few extra; "'""'f' '''^ *" P"""'' ' US a result of the meeting. The main (iiiestlon. outside the cam-I ipaign dope handed rtimd was "Wherf pshall we play our .aames this year?" The delegation, headed by President I^Dupen. that had waited upon .Mr. 17. k-isiorm, reported that he was willine tt) igive them the same privileges that he ^was extending lo other amateur sports iin the city, that the fooLbal! I\?auuej roiild have the use 'if the .Aihb>iici iPark gratis, if they would look after ilhe grounds, baths aii Have Kiiii;. IfJiave didn't say which, team he be-;'3ongs to, but it will he n scrappy bunch anyw"a,\. He said that he hud neier favored cutting up the park in any -�>vay, nor did he F^e that it was in any jj'Vay right to take awa.\- rhe only cen- Philadelphia, March S2.-Tony Bid-die cannot hold any more bonis in racing over the F.astern iracks. incbid-; p,.|vaie gymnasium, unless he coning Readville, Hartford. Buffalo and f,,.,^^ ,.it,, ,,^,1,,^ ^,|p,^ doctor | Syracuse, seems to be a thing of the ,, (he ring side, furnishes the nnthori-past, according to a sictemem issued today by .\ndy Welch, .luner of Ihe rt(>adville track and coiiirollin,? dlrect-(U- of Charter Oak Park. Hartford. Welch, until now an oiiiiuiisi as lo the fuiiite of racing in the Fast in :ace of the most discoaraging re-jiorts. after a trip thiauigh the West, declares that he is fully convinced that unless something is done quickly, racing in ilio Fast is doomed. With Coliiinbus opposing the Fast-ern traiks. and the West,Mii courses permittin.5 speculation. Welch says it uill be difficult to .secure the entrv of hiah-class horses for the Fast. ; ties with a llsi of his fighters nvonty-lonr hours before the bouts and liais his ring padded. This ulilmalntn has been delivered to Biddle by Assistant Superlnieiidenl of Police Tim O'Leary. Yesterday O'-Leary Intimated that hereafter he does not purpose to allow Middle lo take part in any of the boxing matinees at the O'Brien CUib unleas h(" gives notice twenty-four hovirs in advance and is examined by a ph:-sici'dii before he enters ihe ring. QUESTION OF CARL MORRIS' RIGHT TO BE CALLED THE " WHITE HOPE" TO BE DE-CIDED TODAY AT OKLAHOMA Tnsla. Okla., March 28.-The larg� knows every juigle of the game, tight 'arena v.here the .Morris-Schreck bat-faiis most probably will liava an op- tie will be pnlles that would do credit to a championship battlf, they are being snap-pod lip rapidly. Carl .Morris has canghl the {�ncy of the sporting public. They believe In him to the extant that they have wagered their money at odds on the giant hone In the coming fight, and wi.l back Morris with their money, no matter against whom ho Is pitted In the future. The other day Billy Corcoran of Pittsburg, manager of Schreck, wli"ed W. F Stone al Sapulpa. who is prom-oling Ihe fight, that he had 11.000 to wager on his man. Tho money was covered almost before the ink on the message had dried, and there were many calls for more. Morris Is now not ob.ien lo .lolmson, anil all lliul i, -mains now to cinch the job for Ihe blattk champion i.i to get the consent (if Sam Fifipatrick, La Grave's manager. (;OT('lI PEE\ ED RY THE LID\ So TLird Thai a SledjicliaiiinKM' \VoiiI(l liouiice on I!i,s Donip Like a Rubber Ball San Francisco. Cal . March 27 -It takc^ a Rociveen. or X-ray from f;v(> i.> tiiteen s*-rond5 to pene'ra'e 'he .ivpra,.:c liunian being and m.ike a pictuie of the iilate, Th.' 'c qti.irteis of an inch protection of skull. The same blow which would kill a. steer at the stock yards would barel\-jar .lohnson. He was built lo uiihstand all but the blow of a steel lirojeci lie. 'Vhe l^rain cuvitv of the worlds c;iaiii)iion-is larger than Ih.it of the average man. and it is set in a dome ulii. h is almost impregnable. .lohnson was at the hospital to pee his younirer brother, who is threatened with blindness, wli.'n it was sutmcsted that his liead be .\-rayed. He agreed and greeted the res'ili witli his usual expansive smile. AWFUL BLOW TO HORSEMEN WAS THE NEWS ABOUT EASTERN RACING HAREM SKIRT THE THING FOR HER Lexington. Ky.. .March 27.-The three-year-old maiden filly Flora and j eleven two-year-olds, two colts and � nine lillies belonging to John E. .Mad-1 den. were shipped this morning from s more at least, roacerning the players that will wear Winnlpep: uniforms. This feature, of course, will rem largely .rilli the manager. It is not known what old pla.\-ers will be relalned but contracts were sent to nearly all of last year's team by William P. Blackbirrne, father of the player. He is far more Interesterl ho said. In whether or not his son will play in the opening game of the Whito Sox this season. MAKE BICYCLING A PLEASURE Specialist bored i hole into lliighey .leiinings' conk lo loo.sen his vocal organs and permit another year coacliiug. of Ho y has ever been invented i.tuu caii^ approach thu Dun I Old old college chiini. Chiinmle Burke, has his Indianaiiolls hojiefuls at work for the American as.socialion campaign. Players suffering from sore leg muscles know the agony of climbing and descending stairs. To them comes a message from .lohn Ness. Ho-troll rookie-walk downstairs backward. Intrinsic Value "PROGRESS BRAND" reputation has been fixed-not by the whim of maker or seller-but by the appreciation of the buying public. Intrinsic value - not empty claims-has made the "PROGREvSS BRAND" TRADEMARK stand for dependable quality, honest workmanship and guaranteed satisfaction, "PROGRESS BRAND" garments are designed by one of the highest priced artists in this country, and made by the best paid tailors ia Canada. The new spring stjMes in Suits and Overcoats -that have intrinsic value to commend them- are ready for your choosing. See them. 94 MADE AND GUAKANTEEO BV H. VINEBERG & CO., UMITEO, MONTREAL SOLD WTTD A GUAKANTEE BV McKBLVIi: & Mc�UlfiE - LETIIBRIDGE ;