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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE UAH-Y SATURDAY, MARCH 2S, 1911 London. Marob noa the annual University Ual rave :o MortUke toJiy i half loofihs. the official tia-.e for iht> race beics 30 mir.ulfi 55 The Tveather vas ideal. which caufr cil ;n immense number of r li> father ou eiiter Kink Thanes, ar.d also en the brirfpes. Th? IdfS was won by Caabriagc-, wao rat- nroily the Surrey and tie Stirling slsusl fo: IKS Witoric between the e'sht-oared re- rrpser.tins Oxford and CarcbrldEe uni- verii'.ieF.Vas Blven at J.M o'clocS at Putney bridge. at lie start rowej "t ID th9 minute to Oxford's SS. fact- hrifice tad a slicht lend at the Date's OLD RACK tnartod ihf snratii-rt tics lf- the tiTF.l crews pi and Jackson, Miss- Raymond upon limitation, i'tained in at addefs to the Mississip- pi touse late todav that he was not Lijht Ulue, Stst rice row-jsn orator, but the lesislilure rd over the Tiur.ey to coarse in ISlf, in 1SS? Ov j The Detroit outfielder's moarkt j.iori had teate'n at rr.ade after tbe house tud ej- her. The race roved with occa-j tended the privilse- of tb floor to tho si" nil intermissions in the forties and LDetrolt American league and the Xew Cities and coutini'0'.'.sly siece. Tbe 'orlesns Southern jeague teams, and te of 1ST7 was famous lor passed resolution of regret that heat, tint of 1312 because prevented a gome today. Tbe the bo.-.ts being swamped, i-arlter tills week hsd voteJ U i :A to te rowed apin. OX-I-..J33 today to the contest. j which Increased to a (t-ngth at Eeverley Brook. Oxford rowed gsrceiy, but tlielr rivals had adied anoiher Quarter length more to their lead Then WatdFn's was rcacb- rri, and tiro leccths bad teen jsined at Hirrod's. This amount ol space Members of bolh teams were guests tonight ot Governor and Mrs. Brewer at tlie executive mansion. the rr.ce h foid have no'w von thittv-cight time. to the thirty-ccp- o! CambriSjc. Tbe record ior the tare was made in 1S11 br Oxford, bpth wind atd tide favorirle, ween thf-v won by two and thrtf-qbarter lengths in eigbtcen, ENT "iNUAL BOWLING TOURNEY iventy-nme'sfcocds. Pre to tlst, reonrJ was .Ohio Team Wins Doubles With Pint Buffalo, X.Y.. March fourth annuil tournament of the Am- ;rican Bowling congress endcS today. Winners in the U-o-maa events were vio'JS to tlst, reonrJ was c teen minutes forty-seven seconds, teld by both crews. Watrt condltlcu to-1 day were against verv fast iime. Boston is (irnoas .for Mil wautee for Deer, and Stirling fo and having recovered lenitb. gradually slretcied out the [ball feature, liis total for the nine games liitnrce hEWeeJi- 'ttemEelves .sci heir rita'is until: the :teat .event (inisbed at rtsre tour ana a tali jpnitlia slated. -The race one of the. best in iviug meccorv. Oxford until this veir, had ivon ihe race for five ecutlve Tears. The distance from PQIMV to Morl.UV? is miltc. within the meaning. of the Sherman, anti-trust 1SS7. CARR1GAN SAVES WOOD Hot Springs, Joe Wood's suit Is locked up and llie key Is lost, is Slanager Carrigan's comment on the SrtQulcg bridegroom's statement that Ihe's to eel into a Red 801 suit at once, MAY JUMP SOX Santa Rosa, Pitcher Jim Scott Df the Chicago White Soi told his comrades today that he has ataut come to tarn's, with a Federal league club. THE COMING SUMMER WILL-SEE UNCE SAM DEFENDING MANY HONORS IN THE'REALM OF SPORT. New York, March Sam tie brow of Sammy. Not tbal Sam- bas napped out for. for the coming summer the busiest athletic season- that he -hss Indulged in since John Hancock and z. number of other fellows signed a Itrse sheet ot paper, thereby detaching thfa Eeitlon of the world from English domain and made H a nation by iUelf. Sammy's going to tacVle his Ii5h" rivals at pony polo in June; aome of his offspringa are billed to battle with the bejt tennis team in foreign lands in defence of Sammy's title as tennis champion of the world; one Sammy's honie built sloops will host to settle the. ItU supremacy ot tbe seas, arid Sammy's Juvenile golf- ing wonder, Francis Otrimet, will be called opon to defend his title as open golfing champion of tlic world. Just now Sammy Is the king of all -He's tho champion: He has stored, away in his treasure vaults all Ihe ribbons, cups and other paraphenalia that one acquires when one to wallop all opponents. Bui It wouldn't be a bit surprising II one or another of tho hosts that wil; invade these United States Uiis sum my's athletes "gcme not that they aren't as, or a bit better t were when they grabbed tie several championships, hut there's a diiierence this year. broken up. and it seems doubtful if the new corabmatioa caa in a months1 time, develop the wonderful w-ork of tho old quaitet. The English. poloIsU already have practise" --and Sammy Ms on tiie defensive; the other Fide ioillcate that they developing lucgs. J light' to others are on the offensive. puts a slightly different aspect on things. Samray cud his athletic children havt everything to lose tnJa jear find nothing to gala.. Such a coDdltkm is liable to mahe hfe defenders a bit ner. voua, and throw thstn off their .real stride long enough for the opponents will have even a more iroaderfu] team gon than wnt over here last year and advertised they >r warm, then BasVelball comes natural to th Stirling kids. It is horn in either to be a player or a'booster I am toM that one- oi their firs impulses is to yell >vitb all. strength of tueii is an inspiring'si lusty youngsters in the arras mothers, their little eyes popping an their voices echoing-in louil lion as Franfc a sen sational basket. Their loyal gibbe ish gives as much their ambitious parents as did th skill at arms pf the youth of Rom to their proud sires _anii maters. was the supreme mbnienl- _oi lh: rhothfr's life when Ehe saw. hi mighty Mic'. elson, step ...the moder arena, smiling confidently, ready fi Steed is synonymous As. the hou.ncc along -J radius io. their w ns sw the mu which gave the Americans such a terrible battle uo'aorE. Lawn Tennis Tf America duplicates it tennis vic- tory this year, 5t will he only aitor the most bitterly contested sets in the hix- torr cf the net game, Prom this dia- to rush in and clutoh a trophy or two. tance-it looks if England and Axis- Sir Thomas Lipton's xde challengers have everything it out. in the semi- n ana. nothing to lose. So (or the privilege of meeting'the Americans, and no matter which team wins, it is certain it will Blye the won't be very nervous and they'll take deaparate" that" may risk defeat but may bring a brilliant victory, Sammy, as the title bolder, can't take those chances; he must go slowly and use caation. Pony America's chances of repeating its Euccees at pony po'o do not seem as bright this year aa they did on the selves'hy soltly repeating the.hero name. If it bapreas. fa. be .'a dramatic'it-doesn't matter a grea deal, for Frank with his'ball and a rayed in the familiar.'ijrhite, proy" the specialties "betwtra acts." the games are playod the loyal burgomaster, proclaims hall holiday, and Ironi m r I The Balance of Our Men's Clothing Stock At Sure Selling Prices THE SALE CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK Into this lot we liavc assembled all of llic sea- son's popular priced Suits and Overcoats. Tlic former prices 50 am) 515.00. LOT NO 1 mean's Iliac (he actual value of llicsc Suits and Overcoals, based on a comparison wif'i similar garments sgld by oilier retailers, is from to I LOT NO. 2 12 95 The Suits MTX! Overcoats grouped, under this price ordinarily sell at ?1S. They arc equal in'value to suits selling much higher else- where. LOT NO. 2 Lot No. 3 Lot No. 4. At this stle price you can buy the typo of Suit or Overcoat you would usually find purchased by men who can afford to pay liberally Uwlr clcHUEg; It is no exaggeration to uy that tulU equal to have sold duriiig tbo scaiou ID many storet at In this lot you find only lUo Tery ol clothing made to meet the com- petition of custom tailoring, to proro to tha man who Is a sltue to custom-made- suits that he can purchase ready-to-wear fiarmeuts superior to thosa of tho ave'r- cuRlom tailor at far leas prlcei, Suits'and Overcoats, values. Wonderful Values at Absurdly Low Prices Men's Negligee Shirts J1.25 TO J1.SO VALUES, ASSORTED PATTERNS, STRIPE, CHECK OR PLAIN 95C each ll.TS VALUES, ALSO ASSORTED FINE QUALITY MATERIALS each VALUES, HIGH (SHADE SHIRTS, 7HE PRODUCT OF THE BEST MAK- ERS each Men's Christie Hats, and 63.50: values Men's Light Underwear Merino Underwejr Mefiiura underwear EoTd for letweeu-sea- sons a wool and col ton QCft raiiiure, worth ?1.25 a suft.... Men's Fine LiiEe Combination! Fine white llslo just Bilk and of eiwltent wearins wortli 42.J5 C coat- These three yachts will c plele early, in the summer in ellmln alion contests, the winner to t-c chos en as tlo boat to meet Sham IV, And may the boat wia. Buchanan's WHITE Scotch pitchers" outfits. m the various.' threshing IS'ine lives saved. Survivors now in the best of spirits. O. ROBL1N, Agcnc 1OROXTO When a Stirling girl is in rtoubts as to which.ot her suitors to choose ior her companion through life, the aspirants lor the fair lady's hand undergo a gruelling game oi basket- ball. The making the show- ing is always chostfi. Love enters largely into the basketball business in "Stirling. If you see two boys unusually liard, you may rest assured that the rffart ol some laily is at stafce. Thus in thft .lunc- tion Oiiy, Cupid's arrows do not 'taVe tlio ol "Melba" chocolates c two dollar show pickets or shinin] motor cars. Nothing so common am ungallant as that for the Stirling girls. They live again in the days o chivalry, arid their knights Tight with big, bruised, basket- ball. t Consequently, In Tierc ol the (acts enumerated it seems'loolish 'or the-otlicr IOWTSS ol the couUi to argue themselves into lellevir.j! that they can wtjip tho Stilling five.' To Stirling, basketball is a life and death struggle. Somebody has saldj that Is a thous- and-fold more serious than is (ho YeHou' Peril." To the aspirations! of other teams in the south lor bas- ketball supremacy, the said peril is unquestionably the greater. t v fjJ.-rs nay say (hat this is like MwlWne Hal, all gas. H'isn't. This is 'tte truth Stirling lor another year holds the basketball champion- ship c! Southern Alberta. And the end is not yet. JOHNNY liecently.the Herald .published a conimunieation from the late Howard Case, who was local game guardian, aftecting .tbe slaughter ol ivild gccsc. Exception was taken to interpreta- tion of the game jaws as given by the. late Mr. Case by' 8. Shover, a local hunter; -Mr. Shover appealed to the chief game .guardian of the prov- ince at Edmonton respecting tie law and received tlie following reply brg to acknowledge receipt oi your communication of the 16th inst., and in reply may advise you that irrespective'of what interpreta- tion may he placed-on that portion of the Game Act relating to tho kill- ing of.wild geese 1 may say that the Legislature Intended that wild gccso may be.shot at any season ol the. year, Sundays and night time cx- cepteJ. provided, of course, that the Varty who so hunts holds a licenso in accordance- with the requirements of sections n and 1S.oI Ihe Oamo Act. Section 17, of course, relers to residents of the. province. Section IS refers to resEdent-s ol the province who do not COTOE under tions specified. 1 'ani, sir, Your obedient seivint, BEX LAWTON', Chief (Jarr.e Guardian. EVERS WILL CAPTAIN BRAVES Macon, Ga., March Evers lodav was chosen captain'oS the Bos- Ion National league teim here by Manager succeeding Wil- liam Sweeney, who was sold to tht Chicago National club. Manager Stalling announced thi- uncondltlontl release to the Mobile Southern astoclalion c'uh ot iiitcher. WOOD JOINS RED 80X AT CAMP Hot Ark., Marcli Wood reported to Manager Carrlgan of tbo Boston Sos today. The crack pitcher looked In fair condition recent operation for appen- dlcltlf. He lias lost more than'ten but extecls Io up weight rapidly. Ho assured Manager Car- rigan ho would ready (o lake nis turn on tho by May I, M. PRIEST 511 6th St, South. ALBEFVTA AGENT TWIr! feature" of tbe TwaHfc-'j'J Yale ire vital. There la no gelling away trim thcro it no fact that it Is a built-in Two-Speed Is vital. lliat it Is a proven Two-Speed vital. fact thnl the Yale Two-Spec-] gear is butll Into the eounterahalt in vital. fact that It lug one-hand, ono motion control is The fact Is fls Inftlllble in action ns It Is in control Is vltil. Tho fatt tlisi II coil a cent extra (telnit an In togrAl pnrt of the not flu atlachnicnl) vital. oiilrt them as his rlglil.' Tlie onlr tftndafd Mtchlne built in America, _ _ ;