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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ifon^ii Team'High (n the V^^-fl Vling Tournament LOCALS DID PbORLY uaOfFAl-ty'^'JOJXeS WAflTS LAW PASSED TO PROTECT  AWMAUS -Down Hard in Five Men If Event-rCalgary^Cracla i'V 'Bowl Today f -T - � *>44monton, March 27.-SpBie'-�ofl sSms were r&lled'tWs. evftfaJfje in ^ ,trio �Tonts touaj -wirc BdBOntOtt pair. roll�'d Urat.sa^S^i IImT ^\llllHc^a^^ amrPrj^t ww^-WC-, BAd villi 11K2 Robirfsoi YpuBj^;; Ot M�dlclno Ilftl, are third, yHh^llfO;; "Upore of Iy;�hbrldge. >l�w*d. Bif> fcnat Individual form In' tb� d.^W|i ^rjlt ot MedlPlne H*t;^'tMra4'�w*|5 'fcoMiectioh with ti'f iiomfmSP*' JlTitfpoor .liowiBB "f thi:/Lethbridge "tiiani m tte fi\e men evait ia the toriy ftHMS of-thc tourupy.. -^Ttoy ^l&Ilpd lo siiiow th�c,��ftWF*?* I* ' Aa^ Tery snedwpM. t ,^; Boutbernrr*. with Tba 4�ftn>'^ jhehi dnvwherp ii' ^^ole ques-tiDil."Md we taye got to teach our MoplB % It 1# mitcb toorc heroic and roenly to match our cunning with aijjjnalsth&n'tohiU them." 1913GOE3T!i iierrib^ of A. A. A. U. in. Session at the C^jk'ma'hffiw ' Offtfersaiia Lay Down LaW^ of Amateur Sportfr-Bber , Teap With Exception of tloyd Goi ^ be ' Reipstaled Soon �ir;im��4nTi Mfirnh -'the ^vsj^ 1A twm of tttteen inpio*hB. Att^r tHat ^^TZ'^.S I^i^-i^^^^}- time he .* �t H*^ty to re- PilES ilETBALL LEAGUE PJLAyeP OF? WITH DORMITORIES FR' CHAMPIONSHIP- SCORE 24-15 A Garment to Fit Your Incfividuality as wdll OS your h^pxtt can l>e made from any fal�ic^ ccmtanwd in die Male Attire samples wWch we ww lave on view. f Wear cloA� made for ytHnJe, i5=,the DorMtories ^Mr �34 to 15, the Pirates ijiionship of the Y.M.C. 'league. ' � ' � were; tied'before, the ..j^'vith four wins and _^ _ VThe victors will have SfeifSirot^re t^cen at the expense of tJjoAy3*i'&^' mi each player will PORT AHTHuR BEAT KENORA ^P&rt AiSnu-. Ont. March 27.-Port ii^Vf Aaiateaif ttqckey te^m tonight W��i%P%.*:�i>bj^, cWpionsfot the not for a score of^niea sbout jhhu qWear ^ Hundreds ;�f..^ai8 for your selection. . ' $15 tci.^as RID^ATH 315 6th Street S4 lielhl?ridge grpat sliIU at pKinne np'^!iro�!arex:� V�raQ;i (ii�na TUPij^jy^t. ' ' ^Mmnian iLi 12 o'ofclsMriOflli "^cla^^S.fftl^lp^^ �^.1^1i�ltam tlM':v;i^gil| '^'fr^^-ta-K*4aj:i'^^pui>^attd TaVlQr;. Bdmoh-ton :T.M.ard Was re-Instated . A; MiHurd, South EMmonton; two years ago oomptted in a dlsfakce'-racja, ;at Ijiioomb^T'^r'fi cash prlae.si'Oavnio-' tton of Prof.^ Edwards, seconded ;Sy Season White;: Hurd, was rsstored to amateur artandina. -.\ '.Llcycl^oolCe 8entenc*^v;v;.-:;'?;p-, : The mat^�)fj6of,.^|ie, T^h^f Ghefp )tA the A.AiPLA':;^aa dlsc^^se4.rfat';leui!&/ and' whlIe''^�^Wry n!^allafityne';ihad; r�yoked?te��porarlly' the oMds bfithe entlre;.teami.lhia punishmanfcliwafit/dlt' to ;be I'Uoo .severe', and the; delegates; ruled that;all of the Chefs'biieJt40yd: Conk;he restored to good ptanding^qg; May 1: Lloyd Cook If guspend^d'l^l, ..,.:,,,;,,_,-lp�fp^,Orftoer. . The election iif r^reSentdtlveB resulted as ioHewai *� � I .;Sppcer LeagufeGhlpfvMeerii Red :Peer^ P. RiteyrOalga^.; ! liu^by Ilniott^.;^; Be!angW;'Bd monton ahd Dr. GMbson; Oalgary. ::E.;PDlioe AiA;A.^hlef;darpenter, : ,';;S't.Saskatohetvatt -A^AiOit-rAi --Oop-don Priaser. > Edmonton ;0allii6s; Ai-'A, C. Knight...... ' C^^P/'R., Calsai7-J. I^olrityre,' T.' M. C. A..'n-J. W. Ward: Y. M. C. A., "litithbrtdge - E. Oil-mprij. iJlepresen^tatlyes'at^l^ R P�ar�iciplv;H:: BallRntyae; Brown, Prof, EicIwaTds, R. H. Dobson. ;; s; Tile r new president,' J. W. Ward; Edmonton; along with the secretary, who will be, appointed later, are apjpolnted a cQUmlttee to revise the constitution. �',;'. It was felt by the delegates present 'that�;the-present system of registration iia loose, so';commlBBloners will; be appointed in pvery, city and town in Alberta for the purpose of issuing temporary cards. ; Before the meeting adjourned, the proyftjdlalimeq^t forafllS was awarded to Edmonton ;Y.M. ;C. A., who hope to have potopeting in their colors' no-leea '^a^personage than Jack Talt, Ca-oai^'s foremost mller. .a Att tl^e weeting, of the govaraors held r immediately after the general meeting the resignations ot Obair- 100)^x1 lPfiaraon';andieecretary^;i^^ �l�iBi5i:4.*">)Bi'ok-*'?hiireh 27.-Some ^ ^IcA'A'Ji^iakinB Tarlety; ;Ji�teated Vio-. AtlVBit-WruJes, and ev-V^Wto^iw'Series. The * Tlie folWwlng ire the prices paid ihs producer, whed consigned In carload lots: N0.-1 Timothy......per tdn M.OO Blue Joint.............. 13.OQ Alfalfa, No. 1.......... 12.00 Grain and Provlaloniv iPrices paid farmers; . o,^ 1 Northern ,, ..... .�\aince the inauguration ot the AJberft'branch, and ,has rendered, good aerylce. He was tendered a hearlT Wte' of, thanks Hn his .effort* ,to .furthgJTJJ amateur sport. The foJ-lowiilg governora, seven in �na�ber, eieC&'d'for 1918, tbeeighth jaem; her to be the secretary, who has y�t .to be, named-by M'- W*rd: Mesr^. Pearson, ^BfOlaiityne,,'Brawn, Ward, Dobsour Chle*- Me'era and Leroy Chtf^ne. J. W. Wari Ed^iontoa, w�.�^^y|^alr^- . , Tlve;f'Anu�tic,olul(; desire, to fcaw a few isora^ tlie report IVhiohi^'^ljBfeairkl'TirfaiKB^Herald ^ last IiDigJi^l)k>�fi:* portion oE the lower part%f.',tli(j bo^it^ouae to be made iBtoj:batt^hfluleB,.ttie^ use of which 'will Jie opeii' to ail bathers, they not lieop^ipilf ^gvieauired to be mem- ;?S^%�iSn�r.''�Sp|'inm|Bslon something on the ordott^rlVat in New York.. v'|v/t?vV' Should boxing beconvs.tegal in ^he state the eomwilesioa'will'l?e-appoint-od. by Goven�or''C�C.'v Hi will not have much trouble soiecUiig his .'i^en,-as- there � are 6nlyB'of'the sfate,; including ClnoinnaU, ^Baytpp, -Jlamll-ton, Akron,, CdluhibuB and AYtfungs-.town,' t'itojdng Ismailfo'the'gooci when properly conducted."' . , * .' JOHNNY KILBAME HAS'  -:MIJ0H.- or A FAMILY MOULGEIN Carries high yFe'f,bc in th? b^pt oC tomp^nj . ; �; Log Ajigeles, Qal., >r{^p!h 27,-Con-voying three babies 'and' a- flock ot bottles, perambulat'vr)i,',and othfer infantile impedimenta, ^Featherweight Champion Johnny I^ilbane is- in Los' ApgeJes today to p'r^par^ for his battle with Johnny Diindee, on April 29. Kilbane's party incjudiad 'Mrs. Kil-ba�e_ and their � twti � bwt>i4S; Manager Jimmy Dunn. Mrs, OMnn'and tJJeir Infant, a�d > couple;.of Jtotii^viohitiiiBl chftmpioii est^bllshVd guar'dJan^Jilp'en route. These ware .^lyrendered at m end ot the trip, / T|i^ party has tafcSB quarters, at y�e- Vgnlce.. / |-'iir i' ifrirrli T7'"3~pT " swim spokane river; ' IN 9N0W A^HP WIND , ?iPQkaae,,,W8�h,;March 27.T-Jobn McMurray. pf: the. WijUnomah Club. Portland, {�. te^ay, vtotor-pver tow SppkM? boyr to the,d^ugerou,B Pwlia" across the SpoSane riyep,-HIb time Wss,on9 mihut^,^^ tweijity eopn^s! The swim wa^^a^ijfflojjJtJRPe on so-- ^owt.ot mx^JinRi^mm^jomiiaff: .winds, Th? current :ltt' the rl*^ could hj^; aeen fplftiniyj 'a�d^:l^ falls about 20^'jFB^diir'dovi'^'ti'^ river, made; the Ye#; AJa^ffaouB,''T^n thousand people witnessed jl)e swim CrrV LEAGUE ELECTED NEW $ET OF OFFICERS At the meeting of the City Football leSgue last night in;thei;ftuick;lPrih"t the following officers ^ere eleoted:' =-Messrs, 0. Eckatorm^ W. k.Bu chanan;M:P.�'C.'AAMagrAth; Mayor Hardieyand W, Scott, patrons. ' President-W. Stevens... |. Vloe-president-G, Wanless. ) ' Sec'y-treas-T^A. McLachlav Auditoi-s-Messrs. Dawson ind Turn-bull. - f ^ ' Constltutjona], commlttee-^rMessrSi Qurr, Dill, ToJhbull and McGoUgbpn. ,, The (meeting, wa8>well attended;- and I ilvely Interest^hown. TheR. N. W. M. ;i'; will not' ^dt'er a team tt^ls year; and the Bankers will go into; the; li-termedlate class.i The Overseas will play the pick 'Of the' lea'gueiroiii" April! .�-. . I-I...; . .i'-, - - ;, :.:-cj:At;. WINNIPEG ROWING CLUB ; � Has M vich I mporjtant :8i(sJ^i|fi^s;;to;�p�1a-ouss at'jAnnual Meeitlns' ' - : :..,'.,. ...... s-r^':aM'L}im^ Wlflnipeg, MArch 28.-Th6'Winnipeg rowing club hold their' appvalismeet-ing tonight at .wbioh' it ;wimbf'd�i^lde4 whether crewsiwlU be sent^; t 'ilffliley and � St. .path^rines.:;;':A''(ie]Bioritelght will in all probabilitylibs^jseftp^rpsp the.pond to;compete�.a.t;;P^ipy^^^^^ other matter ot vital ImpoHmce to Canadian sportsmen, nis themposfible withdrawal ot the rowing dub, from tlie A. A, U. of C. This is owing" to the objection to the relnstftepiQnt ;ot Billy Breen arid J3111 Kean. juhogii .tGier'sgpUo ^, . ' 68. .86 61 � 66 51 67 > 64 �V 60 �. 56 ,V. 9.00  11.00 iPer ton ^)%n -Yit....cr.-.-T......'.Min.........$19.00 Shorts ,-. Oats ,,..:_.........0'-"................fao.oo ,Holled Oats.............21.00 , prices Paid Farmers J. ^�ry-' Chic^hs, dressed ..........i........ Chicken's, live .......................v Turkeys; .dressed .......;...........;,..> .22 Turkeys,; liVe ......,.;..i..,...V.;;:.i..i' Geese, llvov.............................'\ DiiPks, live ...............................; Eggs................................'..........' Butter, dairy ......... Butter, cream�ty........ Live Stock- .Hojcs, live ...............-...................07i 'Hogs, dressed .....................\ 'ilutton, live......................... Mutton; dressed, Cattle-Steers; live Steers, dressed......................... Cows, live................................ Cows, dressed...... Produce- - � Potatoes ......................;............ 13.00 .18 .15 .20 .16 .16 .30 .25 .32 .10 .05 .11 .07 .13 .03 .11 .......t .....:\i �OlS .04 .Oli .01 .03^ .08 Cabbage Onions.....................; Carrots..................... TurnipiS'...................... Parsnips ./,.............. Beets ,.,............,....... Wholesale prices- ^ Caltfornii tomatoes,., ppr cwt.,8,25- Cnoumbers, per dbxen ..._____, .76 Bananas,, per pound ,.........OpH Beet^ and parsnips ;a>e off the market...,'.., . ,....,,...,..,..., ...'. ... FRIDAY'S GRAIN ^PRICES EKhikltion Qamesyit xyinnipen Next "iWenday afld Wednesday Wln^ipsp^-Jfaj'oh . 28.-Billy Soott, manaj^teot tlib,Winnipeg aU-stars.. on Itho ^lwte'ri)i;t5'lp;lsays the Victorias wni BM'Jitilt over;tl^,rforontoR,, and dr-Mli^^&eS n�* Monday and  f A.ij'ttlKlNg EXHIBIT t|^ Toronto Automobile iShow at BxhiWWdn:PaH:,'-a8" in th� nature * -iVel9tion,''.pa:^cularly in regard .raiAdjv^'dVimce of- Canadiaa. Winnipeg, Man,, March 28)-The grain market prices todtiy were: . .jt___^ ' * ' 'rir%&n 1 I* *   Open ' -88V4 87' Boys' Workers Will Speak at Conference on Subject "Clean. Livjng, Clean � Speech - and Clean Athletics" will be the theme and keynpte of the Boys' 'Conferenpe to be held ' in the Y. M, C-A. next Monday and Tuesday, March 3ist and April Ist," T)ie speakers are TaylOr StatteUj, intefnatioiml boys|. .secretary, and Js,clf"Sbaipq^, secretory for the Cal-, ___L. ^^,,^^oVaro' Rnfti nf. these men i^odels'-oVexhlbitlon, This ay^neUofabio in the Trans-t)Ull4ln"g, ^whete the visitor Ipipop is'^est-,- pprt^tipn^ vuuv!^"B>---- ----- has hi splendid/opporttinlty of cpmpar ing toe* .tfanadiaa cars-"With English, feen^li-^and-iAmfetlc^n models by the ,:.JAikt.'*tt.iaL;:^j. rpiie result ot this tbeSp*rt"of the novice itorifft ali^ris exempU> >vA-''tbat' always aur-u.qe^e'ralTjpaaadia^i^ei^lbltS leaditfgf obi� TORONTO RUGBY OUtlB' , AFF Tpr WINNIPEG . 'Toronto, >;awli 37,-^ofpntp R. ^nd Ar'A^ are off fo,rTVinnlPSg:..'5?WA�"i for the western oi^y top,l|th|, ,;confl-dent that they,ca,n uphold ,|hcf9�or make the trip,,' owing to :i^'^Ttant Vi^lneBB. 8YNN0T .WANTJt , , WITH'.QMNlpAJft^^flJTI London, Mftroli',a7.-|Jp|!^j^g|y^n>wt the ,IrI?h-Aufltrs^llan' ii^X'&'^^Sml^^" ^ough^'a. ;l5.r6uU*'W%U|M?�'^"-, ur4ay.; to ^Beek|>,'bout,' wI^itH0M Smith, .'the q#fiPi*ffl'#|f|M?f^^:'(..r,, ed out. t,he VBnfllBli.^ p^^#l(gH? l^^bpjf: ;the>|ocal;;*depi|,?:tmeh Roberts is extremely;well lined up, IheV'prospeotsj'.liSjrtva bright rand'j;^m structlve conference are assured; The program follows;. ;- " ' ai0Kb:AY,I.MARGH^ '3 .  ;10i3,0-^10:45; a.m.^Clean Spoirt Con-ferenoe. at' Central school. - ; ;54;:;i' r r3:80---4;00 fpAi^i^iwdress^^^a^^ sphppl by Tfylof'St4tien; :,i ; 4:15-5.-10 p.m.--K)pciiing session of Boys'. Confer�ice,'."Wlfet Other' B Ite �utward agi fo 2 Feed arley- ' no:'3 No. 4 .. . Rejected ^ Peed ..." a .car? deailM erfect destoiin^ tove-biwn.�tto|!jf^^ uiuoui'in "its ednetructlon. >-Oflie caii- tuf^ not Iwlp notlctag.'howrwell'lt isAW-' withtfpno ofthe|%1)i>Bilaen ^dlsolos^d the 'flWKat ipuruVetfr^ 'of^ to-Be^^' ost,exB0Flenca h�I*(P}!oyen thewpoi^^S roritjipf fth'e:Kbi# Saiglne ever, iPth'' tyP98;^"'^bs'Lnl'oW bled'1tnigl\t-Bhglnte is also sliown, il?) Ivwtr&lng*tji6 Bil,m,b|lolity and durabilo ^'^^^^^'^isfeita Xs^�l 'j'^?>d^�n*Ii|e^v>J.tlie Buspe^l ''|inuto.orM8;Mof fs>ar6' shOwn.,tO thb strdi Pini, 33^ 34% 111.% U3?4 Wheat-May .. ,,^ 89%' / gtbm ,____.-, jMar< -;-piilcVso.^'.... .?it.';fpiJiglj(t'-l7flve. fast rthur, Ont,:Mareh.27.-Jlm- ^y^^fi\Cli1cVsp.^:an^:/Jl^^^^ Joim James OE 'pjBStorativ mm 4J' ;