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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta "W'- fiW':^ 'ffWi mmMmmmmMm .usi?i^eed Popular Demand, .Cut Out thfe Stage and Fight says ijuh Gotbett-He Will Have to Dispose of Wlllard and ^ Smith Before Public is Satisfied f,. V........, By James J. Corbatt ^ |ttflto" JEteavywelBlit Champion 6t the i^tesi ior the Xathbrldge Kcrald.) ^to^rfiUre from the stage tor the time ^inif^g,! and -will try to coavince the iliiBnorte that his Is a just claim to the ^^iN^eve a great majority of the faaa bouhtry .will agree with. me i^ilsJ^-i^lUy McCarney'g big youngster ^V�jD^eqf the'moat promising prospetstg g;;|�ly.,i., iiwas;: cle'anlau �. tjup',the , �if.'topw? oiiesRfter the 6th*r whi Tom 5-'m!q�mfr''^y� aim a jold belt and ' '-Tmedv4itt.'^'eh�mpibn."^:^^^^^^;a^ jgi4(,Mo5i�:(nothln�> but;,tMtv�? Id; unliOa Hiwp"'-and 1 gu��9 It P^-i J�i?�3r;>1?�*l' ;Coig4^.5fB�e;VttJoi'^^^^ bp: t^l^blii nfnial t6 accept ifcwjapli Tte;d�^^ pop- f5Wrtbdar) will And ^u^iWo,- toBnas vrttlh Tommy SSig&^iAlbwte^lKto'o loffi B.^Wet rjither a'nlce^pleoe ot lElderatlop.y _ Tesa waUai^'and'"Gunboat Smith, rtcCarty'i --- 'imA'ti^tO'ls *roaa ohano&ot '^i^llok9dr^ti^ae^lthe chief Ahs tjjiourui inn-uuij, "j^"," :T'J ~' ~. , -WiUnrd will 0e.,glTen;the'T)r�^renc| Mc-,on iSie that Freddy Welsh, the BhgWsh lightweight ohsiaplbn, vis d to arrive In KBf I Tprk ;some time' today (Satur-Jay,)'; He'eliuw a short tour In vau-4evlHflJ;SJn#fl8^^y4 ,are after. J^|nU|e^toWB;l8sthe world's lights Wj|pt;,ohamjfon.;/.i;T^^ Is absoltitelj^ so fl^w, in hie :tiUe. He can trace his olaMif ;baek I to George ."Kid?? XavHgne, |;who;iVfonv}t*ffo'& Dick Burge,^ Efa|Ileh tlile-holder. -Lavlgne passed lt..'1i>n'!td{;,;^nk ,Brne. who lost to Gans; Then ijelson," Wolgast and RibBhle:tt" turd won ihe hc^pbrs. While plonBhIp?by�iliQaUng..Alatt Wells tin a return match, he also Outpointed Hughey> Mehegan, Ausiralia's ' chamv jdonijhefhitt inever fought for the ^im-^^oanvtltle'^ ^ Hamlltoni.Bermudai March as.-^ev*} era! evenlngs_ ago i. was called upon to fight my first battle,as an Amerl? can leaguer. lu engaged iclth a young British army officer In,a dlscUBsionof the relative merlte ot cricket and baseball. I gu.ess we wereAboth lite* the Scotchman who said '^he 'was wiil-to be convinced, but curious to meet the man wno could "convince him". A remark ray' aQqnantalnce dropped has caused me considerable: reflection; ^:^>f.'. -'"':'iy^^,'-~'^ , : "Your American game Is;dWbtless very fasclnatlngji'ihe said, .J'hat I; do not think' I wdiild'^iafe Ifdriit. :it strikes me it mqst = be something like; flipping the dlce.'if^Foo; much;':8^ and recklessness for''the prpper;:di9-pTay of skill and science.' Why, half the game must be luck," Now there lies a: chance7for some good missionary work by myiteambfr fore we again hit ihe'gobd old U.^.aI Imagine such;a :sacrllegeras an iiistnuV atlon That o\jr national paitimb Ta not the moat /Scientificjofi aliigpprtsiiI iwlsh that offloer qqiildihavejbeen behind the floen6s.wIth?%cCrrawW myself in some 'of'tt'e?m?mdr8b1^e;i>ltoTi^^^ Ing duels betweenal^^kttyian^fMprdeT oai-Brown. But dov^jifknWt^^^^ our own country "theJev^areflots of people who, while they do -not reason ^long the lines of the^Enkllshmgn^: arrive at just aboutrtlie same conbliu Bibns. ../Some ot themii.t^oi' Ij'am pain-; ed to say, _j'ear unlformsji^ though rafe-, IT( of bl|r league cut -' Let us see'""Just,- whaf- flkure luck does cut in basefialiL; $s;in.';mostvfamT iUes, professions,'Sbu'8ln^8;S?iurrenoyi and matrimony, r We'A wi^Sibonsider flrsf thofJbad/iSfor as" a^KSneral^riile . - ;ln^a corner of a baei "room In out^lketpry covered wIUj c6bweb8 amd lylpgSthe other-mecl^nloal Jinik,'i*�r a eprine frame, that we biSt. over two years agd. U Is practloally identical with i-fundamental principle is' a niiaiua.�, �,uu voai.i- md e-"" ^:we dircarded It and tlie wpe''Ia�9tat model now r^ �1^*'^"]^ �^ia the juJik heaT>. When a mam buyS.ji.TJlle he knows that every �/pnint the* best that It Is posfilble'^to InaS�f-n6t a "cheap" feature ^:f,Iri tfiei5?hole machine. ^ " . ^ / MQKTIMER priest, Agent v'fett-eth'sireet. Sonth, ia^i|)i^ieM�, f �� Valfajr/Jainb'ftbj^, Til."' Olives,,2.'...... -.; ' Pew, '20. -v,',. ,r . . . GovernorfiCos Jsauds- Hopeful States . C^wnhu9,^.0hi^�lng:vshows bow Oldhaih Atlgetlc/'X^lpniVllla; SimdeSliand And Bu^ex fiugh|,,jaieir way -into Mi s^&i-^al !j|fV4h'effinfelish fdstbnll^;^^'^^^^ spplatlbn jjijigf which will be played bJt;to'dayi ^y." , , Qidham .Athletic ' ' rJ^rsA rounds-Beat BoKbniWandfe'rera^^ :3ii.0*,.-;.,-.v ;�;'^M..^^,vvv;,-.�;,�� . ,,..".-..,.,:..:,.;= '?!S|cblid�^V^P^l^T^^Beat Notts -Forest^ ;;;rouni-HBeat-MRnohester Unl-. VEaqr^'ii^UJ^dr-Beat Everton-Tt-O. i.-,,.vAstpn, villa' -,;,:.�,�, .*.,.,,... ;,5,Flrst found^rtrlneat Derby'GountiT^i Second r'ound-r-Beat Westham:?ljhi; ..ted ,5-6.: �...:.,..;':.,.. ,...,/}.,,.... Thirdiirqiu'nd^Beat CrystaltPalatiB,  HiiJitHO FOULS WIUUE RITCHIE WILL INSIST ON THIS IP HE GIVES WOLQAST A RETURN BATTLE./.'; Otaioaao. March M -it TFfllle RJt-^&ief* llghWMfctt' '-ohAnwlohr the-world, rlv�� fonner .oluumplon,' Ad^ WoIgBrt a return battle *few'*^e;^0 t.^ than Ukeljf that' the^ cou'^ ROBINSON MADE THE BOUT SHORT MORTIMER.'WENT OUT IN LESS THAN'TWO MINUTES AT ''bRANBROOK ' WolKast a| It is mon> >__ . > feje saidjibaaritha*'any.>rpmoter,, "tfSMSs iW^'atth BIm wlffi-'WoIgaBt" lOB-'offeLt, Ihftt tns man HcominKtlng aj fool' should not reoei^c aceal; of.the *'"^!tchirfigures that thU^poi�lJl�� *' ffij'wfalf to Wolgast te-lt'U to Wm^S - FOOTBALL OAi(IEi;'TOPAy'|| The Binkeni and 'ithet^,P0Bt,01fip,| "rtjAf ,CranbrodK\ MWh 28.-T)>e sched-.taled UttcfeS^xbimd'bout here between. 'Chas/'Robinsori; of JVinniBes, and O. Motti^rf'ot-tbis place, was settled In ,auick. iAMi A T^' fighters clinched Park the good, of all ;denomlnationt|>|ire over^ looked s tor/.-.tha ^preSfeafo^'^^ speak -of 3)&(i;iucK *'refferj^| conrni; tionscver which the ;'pQ57epi^nd mind of man have,little or;h()*cbntp)L T^ese ^embra^e Injuries, -unavoldfiBre'aoolT dents and alLsorts.of adyereie^weather conditions, Includfoi'giraindln'thejfonrtb inning when your,*pltoher?ia oh" 'rat^vr edge and thev othei's fetlowBjM^jhanfr �lng;fover,-.the.'.*opes. - i P There- Is no. mannei; of fcp|^Ihgt'.wttl\' bid luck;v rti sneaksVupsfroroifb^tnd. and-istrlkes just Jwl'yoaiM^^^^^ It has rulhed -itfanyi aib'all?^^ Stalked Jnto .the' In 1911 and disorganized ft-vfe^a^that by all) rifeht aof.; nhlfttpfimini^'.have' ;been 4n5 tbe^a*?i;|ig|&�f||^e|i the .end of; thesBea^ad?I"tastra '^''-^imo:fo.John Kialfpeiliotts' '^l^-ln^ i|^ugii', l^s|ffil| Fourth; roundrr^Beat Bradfo'rd. 5~o; .....Sunderland ^.v , j.itFlrst' ro'und^Beat ! Clapton, Orient: ; Ssopnqijjijjund ;r- Beat sManoheat^; City, afteij an. abandoned; gatoejiii^b. iThi.Td;.t-roundr-^Beat Swindon ^td#iS' *-r2..,.......- �........................,...^4.J. >;.Fourtb�^iioiund-TBeat Newcastle' IJnii ;{^d'Jafteg!^-goaHefi8-dr?iWS;i32i^0^-^' Burnleyv;,::: ^'^* sB|rs|vroundrrTBeat LefedsfClty, 3r^i^^ ; SeconJfloandy^ Trinity, 4-^1.......... ..,-,.,.,.,..-,..,. Third round-Bejat - Mlddlesborbug^ in' the guise of a .l*^^. TifuB and^;'followbd^_^ injury to Charlle'-pooW;^ definite suspension for^Sh BLShera and thet^,POBt,OIOce are billed for a footballimfttch '; EASTEBS.STARS I^OSBV/ MEN OUTCLASSED WEST-. r; EME>.^ /STSipt'WEN yOC ' ; New' WeJftmlnstdr. B.C., March 28. -;Art, RMsr all-Btar hookey team from th'e^east grabbed their second, match-from "the combined Westmlns-te'r-Yancbnvegr  team" tonight, when' theyydefeated them at six-men hockey by^Aco^e of 5^to 3. It,was a good game'in spttjb, "^ut the eaBterners serv 'ed\ii|J'"ihe''-i'etter hockey, and look'eft; mm^m.^^;' 'I ?BSvrii.7-T^|^ORQANfZE8 /.,-i , �l/'^-^%;*3NA!?0nTH LETHBRlpOE BiSebaSris'^comlng to life in North ''i;eiflibrid|e- ^'.A--team called Jtfie "Bed jjl,prganli!ed IkjBt ulg*t ai^pf i poaSoi*. of'playing is promised, ! iWhlt^r^was elected president "*"-' ' - - Alexander IP bccept MeeUs ?^JuTtii-4tota?~Beat Blaokburii- R^i vejrs, 1-0. ^ - SCOTTISH CUP ^ Cljrde, Heart of Midlothian, Raith Rovers,'^ anil ;Falklrfcare the four oon-testanls b> the seihl^fliials of itbe Scot-tlsti cup., iriua.^fpllowln^ shows how they go^ there - > ........Clyde I Blrstwund-Received a bye. Stfod'nd^ronhd-^ifeal;' Bast Stlrllng-fthlrtT'aftbr^lwo draws,",!-O; ' ' ' Thlfcd' ro'ilhd-Befi� Queen's � --^, - , �-� Fsourth' rpuad-^Beat Dundee after twQ^'draws, 2-1. .,'W�rd received yesterday from the old country:Is" to the effect that Clyde have" secured the services of "Owers, the Bristol CJlly centre forward. In an-tlolpatlott of strengthening their forward line tor the seml-flnal stage. \ J Falkirk ' � First round-Received ia bye. ','! Second round-Beat Greenock Mor-tpj^after a dfaw, 3-1. , J? TnIrd:'roundTS-Beat Glasgow �Rfcng-ers\3-;-:-l.- , '�Fourth round^BeatD,unbarton 1-0 Heart of Midlothian .i;;,("Blr8t round--^reoeiiye*a bye; ilSgcondi; round::^ ^eat-DunfernUinej Third; round^Beat.:KIl)inamock, 2-1 Stourth round-BeatTCbltlc. 1-0. ' " ' Ralth Rovers J vFlrst^ round^Recelved a bye.; k ^ecdhd^Tound-Beat Broxburn, 5:^0; Third roluid-Beat Hibernians, after 'draw/ 2-1. ^ Ohlff D&St*on,\ JSOO. , ' Miamiburx, 50i , i'i;\60. ' ; � ; ibUS, BO........ It&jaie-,-^ 18;; . .onM'i. THE LETHBHIBdB MAftKBTS The following are' the pr'ojs paid the produc�ir, when consigned In carload lots: No, 1 Timothy...... .pw tbn 14.90 Blue Joint............'.. "13.00 Alfalfa, No. 1."......... " 12.00 Grain,and provisions iPrloes paid fartners: No. 1 Northern........... �8 No, % Northern........... 65 No. a Northern No. 4 Northern 61 S6 No. B Northern .-. . * .. ^ .>  i 51 No:-1 Red No. 2 Red No. 3 Red No. 4 Bed seMor riooffitruc'tln'g; ;.thevr. "Uem'' Cityl'~ '1' � - ' ' . "While" Gol5im1^tf8,Va8 had much sul-feringj^tlie'(ieva\tBted;ttrea is oonflned-to t%.WeSli abetldii: Heifo business interest's, -arfe^ 'in'tadfr/The subsiding 6t', the; Tjpgitferlf fdev^l^^ certainty ,as;,to,-whetlier the loss'. of life' teM'^brie&t'oyeV-estimated or the bodies itt-^any>^of 'tlie Ohio cities have->.b4*a'^aihal".away.?It will be lmp9P#erf6r' days/'tp 'come-for -Dayton';t6m�matsr''Jier"los^ until sonie iotmjfi5fcl%''gtei^lbn.Is ,ta4de.- *.'Wh�fe'*�'frottf the Mua-kSngiyii river. T^ljie seventh' and eighth Ward|' >^iij;e" cbmploteily ooverejj with wat^ircMhe-statement' Is ^^^^m^^ 300 'J|oiisi,............i Ducks, live...........� Eggs ..,.-;..,....,,..;........................., Butter, dairy .............:............frW'all parts"''''ot ilto coun^rv advising^ of, the disp^itch o! relief'jrsHhs and'remittance of funds. The,'rellef moyetoent"4s" well organized!" ^4.Unle6s  I f.....��]' No. 4 ... . '�   6ea ..y ..f.'iV'r...f Barley- , No. 3 .... No. 4 ,. i'..'.� Rejected . .V,.,,. F,eed ..." .i-. Flax-No. 1 N, W. C. - uv,/0 i 83% I 80^ 77% 72 66 77 -88% 85% -82%  �Ml 79%  W 82%' 29%  ) 30% 20% * *K 2614 '� '�) 47 >4 45.i4 ' � a.e * ' 4014 39% 108 EDMONTON CUBS/ WIN FlVp MEN BOWUNGiVENt CALGARY'S CRACK 'TEAIVI?��P?)''T DO MUCH-NEXT,:T0UPNEY AT ' ' " bAVE Vunique TOM.MY BURNS ^. BOXING kxHIBIT10?J AT.-^feNI>; ed BY MANY-LAdTeS ^""�, " Calgary. March 28.-To^mjr,Burns was the, ijtar attraction ,^at/a ' n**^" fistic matinee �Iv�n at.'a^iocal �theatre':: this afternoon tlorlheberifeflt Of the li^combe Home, '.\tany Calgary' fashionables attended; Th^e'boxers Sp-pfeared in tuxedos, and gave a polite Imitatidn^ofrthe manly;?arfc^tsel^de^ fence.. , ' � The Associated Charities-refused to accept the proceeds, and the'.advertls-ipg resulting from the refusal brought out a large crowd, so many women being in attendance that but few men could gain admission,' / r ' � The-BurnB.Pelky fljrht will occur on WedneBdafy; night.-f * "'. � G-'C.liWhit^rwas elected �^X.|gs,;c^adw.,p. J, 'WW 'meeltoic^qf the Over-ciSh^wlU^Itie ,held "ii-ikWn'*. pfpce,',, Acadia - l^ �1, ai. 8.30 Pl'ayers ai-e; also PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL Montreal Team Will Make;-Tour of Western Canada medicine^THAT. Edmonton, March 28.-;-In-,th(B''bewl-ing tournament tod8y.\thlS''^ye-mea contests were completed. Fiist place went to ,'the 4dmonton Cub?; .Tfith Edmonton Dlehards second ftn^d* |!d-monton Olympics - third. �.TW0--Calgary teams'bowled toSay; but. did'lipt make a ''good sho.winf,:' -,g|lgary Schrams sliding Ir fifth, plaoei.'with 2.B31 and-.'.Calgarjr- Callles^.Ssevgnth, with 2.453.' , Schram made; the) highest indivii^al score of^th^fmeet fop a single game,. folling^. : At the annual'me'eyng.p.f, toe .'Alberta Bowling ABst^clatipn h^e tPd^X[, the following ofllcers:-\vere, .elected: j President-^J. -Crist, "meSidn^. Vice-president-C. B. ;C?'umpi, Medl-- cine Hat. / 'C-k. Secretary-T.^Brl^tol, Medicine-%t. Exeoiltive-^Jas. Mitchell; / ,Calg|i7;: T." Evans,'"Le.thbridge; P." Mr-Ointer, Medicine HaL. .;',',. ," ? /The next tournament will -^e held at Medicine Hat in 1914., � ' 1,1 DUKE OF DEVONSHIREy^M'f ABANDONS-TH^ TRACK ..London,.; March' ^.^,cme,,jSenS%; tlon.has bpeii'caused;4n'sifpjttljig;Cft ,cles by the a^iiou^oWM^aM^ Duke of Devonshire .:ia-s,^,#^i^fddt| give UP hor'ae. racing,; A^mojj^.|i grace has ieyer^taken'jni^oh .,%qM^^^^^^ in the wort hi? prede^fisBpr!|,'ff^^5Pe.; supportETB ;p� the ra the WofOto Mpth hlbitiiip gai5ie^,of^,the.|ie-� gel and.Gallic,vbf all the way.^Afo'i^ , stop for P%laMpJj score by,ln^lg�5>^,<^J Washingtonr^.'.^'^O-.Ql � ' U shov^n here in all the maAy ^{Bent styles of Sack Suits and Ov?rwfttr^inali;j:^e "newest., ^ and fifteat weaves--ttie most exglljsive fabri