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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friilay, March 31,1011. INSUIT CAUSE OF WORLD'S RECOR ENGLISH BOAT RACE OF WORLD-WIDE INTEREST TOMORROW DLES IN ANGER OVER bAbM- �ppttlng on our mark.> mv sUl ' )�'in the world's title lu the low hiir- ^ gpcond. iUid a Im of dciai .-^ jdles-a tiiUe which holds and , |]ip|, i fpa,- v.ere a iriflc exrt;ie.'r;ii -, hvhich. judging frim the inability of I'd. al' lioiisii -. lie always iii.-iisiod ttuit. ^ffpsent day hiirdlern to approach hlB ^^.p \vere nearlv louetln'r wh.-n we �Jiiark of :2S :>-5, he probably will re- ,.ieared the first hurdle I :ip�i l-ini so tain for another decade. iiaill.i. thr uIut. 1 vwih Mnishin? ht' Kraeiisloin doesn't 'ell ibi.= -;tory was takint; tin- las' barrier. Ifor the purpose of boasting. rather ilie Surprised at Fist Time �opposite, Kranezlein is anything but ��.\atura!l,v itn're wa* snino .s;.: lu-.sc ta hbaster. He merely lold it one day ^^|le^^ the tint''. wa.-; tuitidiuceil 3n a moment of inadvertance, by way ^, fjpg, even the timers wo'ildn'i ' tny time msist ] London. March 31.-Thoutands of, only more lanky. He had entered the jj^p i,pen a full second faster, jtidg- �pect.-.torfi. including a liberal repre-' T-nlverglty of Pennsylvania the prev- ,,, f,.,,, ,1,,, ,iisiance l>y whi(h 1 led' gj^talion of the betting fraternity. lou8-��ll, and. together with .Mike .Mir- ui,,, ,[,p tape ' ,� . i. ^ , , ^ phy. had evolved a new sy.rem of ,,.,IUM rphv wa. talking to me'""'' Ifurdli.g. which, while the vogue at ; , ^ r^" t hei'r. a j'� ^^"^'^"^^ .the present time, was something new ^jj^p,:. ,|,p .\i,rph;. w.-nt io-='"�"'*s in their final practice for the mnd unheard of then. ^^^^^ ,,,p^^, ^^^^j Bremer. lle:big annual boat race. .The race wi Krienilein'B First Big V.eet came o\ er and apoloeized lor liis in-jbe rowed Saturday over the usual The Penn track team had gone to suit and o' coiirse I had no reason to.^g^^gg^ ^^^^ Putney to Mortlake. and .^ew York rtty to compete in the east-> be angry any. longer It had hurt at ^ ^^.^^ ^^^^ ^.^^ iern Inier-colleglat^Kraenrleln's first 'he time, huf ft was .nst what 1 need-! big meet.- Id the trial heats of the '^.1 \>[^] m^.^ ^iige to run the race,a lOiurdtes Kraenzlein won without par- 'ny ' � ' . Bremer of -Do i thinK.-l would liave ever won I Ruperts who have been followlni; 'Harvard, who then held the world's 'he world^s championshtp wit.hoiu that , training of the Oxford and fam 'rficord of 24 3-6 seconds. When the [Trial heats and the semi-finals had !C_gk.-i�rsi^u3�E.. srF>xJ^=i1-TT^/E: iC3>jr"'T:i-iE: r'>r3VJ*l'EJ�_>, much closer and more interesting .contest than that of last year. ! been run It was found that Bremen and-another Harvard athlete had survived the elimination process, while Kraehzlein and another Pennsylvania athlete were the otherg who had qualified for the finals. . - ".\s it was my first big-meet I was nervous. ' says Kraenzleiu^ in -rejatine 'he incident. "1 had heard a lot shout Bremer and I hadn't the sllgliiest no-Hoiv in the worl^ ihat I would beat hiin. .Ml highest ambition was lo finish second, or even third 1 conceded - to myseli at least-that flremer �Would win -he race hands down. j-s the world's championshtp wit.hout that:, ""'"^ he'incident^ .\t8-yb6.so, bJft T doubt it." �' '"^ O"'^'"'-'' '->"'' I' _' � I bridge crews, are looking forward BIG LICORICE KID PUT IN THE COOP A TIE GAME GIBSON SOCCER TROPHY The western provlncea are to have a now soccer trophy, if the offer made by Dr. Gibson of Calgary is accepted. The Herald re-reived word from Calgary that Doc would be pleased to>donate a nandsomo trophy, valued ut $400 if It would be coaaidMiBd as emblematic of the western champlontblp. "11 is an excellent idea. 'While we h'avo at present'the Bennet Shield, it represoiits the chumpionshlp of Alberta andvtbere. frt'ni which lie escaped finalli I mustered .�Jufflcii^u' co'irage j' ''' NEOpO CH/|(MP,1GN HQSTLEO BACK TO SAN FRANCISCO JAIL to go over and extend my hand. " I am Kraenzlein of I'enuK\ Ivauia.' 1 said, 'and I've heard sn tnucli of yo\i that I'd like lu know yo:.' "Bremer Ipoked at me a second then turned away as If lie had seen nothing. ( Eluslied, then iirned white, and �v'.alked away. I was so angry that I don't iielleve 1 knew quite what 1 was doing. The starter called us tu onr jjositiona. but all the time we were lie escaped with liilii fines or dismissals, he rati atanipi .Ailing Police .ludge Tread-veil last 'I'hiirsday. On that day he pleailfd guilty lo :i charge of speeding and lui .-^iiurday he was given a jail fiei�leme. He took an appeal to the superior court and this afternoon .ludgp Mogan dismissed the appeal and ordered him Into Immediate cus-'dd.v Ten minutes later two deputy .'iheil'f.'^ had him in chtrge. bound for the branch countv jail. d to a great siruggie between the representatives "wet bobs" of the sister universities in their annual race. The dark l.)lues have slightly the heavier crew, the Oxford "eight" averaging one hundred and seventy-five pounds, while those of the Cantab crow average a little more than one pound less, their total weight 'being poimds. Against this the light blues have the advantage pf being represented by five' old 'blues against O.vford's three. Their co.xswain is also an old blue and there fore should haw nwre �experience than 11. B. Wells, who will steer the 0.\onians. MOOSE JAW HAS A HOPE .Moose Jaw. March 'M - Moose Jaw baseball club e.\--ecutive heid'ji ..jti'ii'tiiig yes' terday afternoon and resolved to make an aptic.il m ciii/.eiis for liberal suppoii iu an en-dea'^or to ^eep them in the league. U is fel' that the lum-dicap of grounds can only be met by citizens guaranteeing sufficient funds to offset th:.-. and witli. that view a siili-scription list-be circulated immediatejy^^, to come back to the club. I think I we'll have as good a team as ever he says Willis pitched great fcair fob them Wagner, Clarke and I>�a was 11 aii.s.icU-d iirsi ' aiiri II u a.s (Ici iilcd li) pl.iCf a font- ball Icaih III tlic I'it v Kootbull ;l.p.ii{U('. M(^s^.^ .SidWf and McKav I were I'lcclc'l di'lci;.!Ics to represent. Mhc l\cr,-c,,s " It nas also decided 'id iiicri-ase ihc executive roniinlttcc ' h.v si\ Mc^sis I H (lihhniis, I. ' 1. .\-,i|unli. .1 W li.iwilcn. K T I Rnbiti'-. li .\ Siiiilli and -I I-' | Sinipsdii v.iic i-.cctcil 'I'lic liiiaucial stali'ini-!il w. . .idoptcii. Tl.c spciiii-r III the cM'iiiiii;. H S | \'oi:ii.H. tna\iir nl Itaviiiotid. ciuigra- ; tulatcd liic club upon its work and object 11c siati'tl that altlidiicli lie was liiiiii ill ilic luitcd .States. he could trace in.s i.iiuih iiiaiiv i;encra-tinns. h.ick td .s;cdtlatid "I am proud | of my inrilhcr cduntry, anil it she ina\ ticed help In her sdns. 1 also been Insured, and a lot of money is mad^ out of the vagaries of tha weather. Lloyds bets large aujos right, along that it is not going to raig on, a certain day. At the time of King' Edward's coronation Lloyd's Ifiaiired Bland owners, decorators aotJ florists, and lost. It is eslimnled, at least, a million dollars by the postponnmei)t: ('.corses Ihe owner of a' i ,i , � ' , ' i ^ of I'l*' ceremony. On tlie other hand, tdoigc, the owne, "/ a ^^,,^,^,,. ,,�,,a|.on_e I underwriters insured Queen Vic! risks OiiKHiallv the organlzatlos undertook duly marine Insurance. In the days of til' vessel would go to Lloyds' coffee ured at Lloyds. Elephant Insurance Policies on the safety of valuable animals are common, elephant insar- house in .Mchurch lane and his fellow F"!!:'^".!':: ?'!-orla's jubilee and her diamond juhi names � ^..jj, in-Qngin (o Xew ork on a sienm merciiaut s would sign their under the policy and opiKisite the;,t||,ip amount whicli each was prepared to |ia.\ in c.ise dt shipwreck, ilence the term 'uiulerwrlters." '."*.�.^..!'?. *'".!".!:*;'ec. and as both took place according to schedule they made niouey on tlia outcome. "Any Old Risk" at a Price PaderewskI on his concert tours Horses, loo. are often Insured at | Lloyds. .Vcarly evi'iy slaUlon of Im-' portanoe^ oi> -tho- Kfiituoky . breeding | lakes Oul half a dozen dlj'feront kinds ^ farms Is insured, and still a few years | of insui'ahce, accident aitd health, and liiadiially the iinderwriting custom I'*So. many race'horaes In training were j a sepal-ate policy on his fingers, Kifbe-bcsau tn be aiiplied 10 risks other than it"" ^ succession of losBesjIlk, Ihe violinist, also keeps hla fin-inarine. and the sjieculative hubli was ''''"'^'"1 a" "'^^'""' ,,, , ^risk todav for policies on the lives of Mr W .1 Stdwe sauR. nbc Old ^j^^^^^^^^^'^ ^^^^^^^^ ^l^^^j ;iiome Land" very sweelly, and Mr. J. II. .Mallell, (in liehalf of the common as policies upon delayed ships. Everybody remembers how in frionds, thanked tho Overseas Club ido-; Lioyds look a big chance as to for the pleasant evening Ihey had whejher Edward VII. would live long en (hem. Al a late hour the gentle- enough lo be crowned King of Great men parted by singing, "The Maple Britain and Ireland and Emperor of Leaf," and "God Save the King." jlndiai Alany men in Britain carry in- B SCOTCH WHISKY DISTILLED BY W. & A. GILBEY ill THE HEART OF THE HIGHLANDS FROM SCOTLAND'S FINEST BARLEY. GUARANTEED 10 YEARS OLD.. , Distributors Pa{?nuelo Wine & S|iirit Co. Lethbiidg^ ;