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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Bankers Playe�l alch Saturday, ternoon iCKLE" WiN.TOOK PART, Rfclil^Yw AND FINAL * ,, - �'^--^ �.....  v-liondpni r March Sl.r^The re- * V. pjayed; :8B&i'tlnal game be-  !^,.,iween Sundeirtand and Burn- > ?: Iey,iwhk!h resulted in a ocore- ? /less: draw on Saturday, will talr^ Place oa Wednesday at 4> i^lilfaiiigham,; Tiio winaer "Of ? Vttia,;at'ilJe,Crystal Palace, .Jxm'don, -on'; April is. in the * ^ ;^  �^ * * � ? ? � *  iV' With a ml to nil score at^the &!^K Ithe Clt* Dfliees'jand toiaera Idot�aU|, ams made their 'iSlS^ ^but Into-'ltV football circle* oa Saturday alter. Ynarn jlI thi Barrabka.^ ' I He '-11 chap?, cert^nly dem(�u-r jihated 111II tieb^ have'the material �foi u faJi t"ain. .and'With aIltUe?ra6.: fctice should bb able to give the more soa'-on od>' Baiufelr? -a, pretty sUfl .riOi. \ '-rrhe gajne,iWaa.Tea8onaWy -fast, the fnam-Eri'ffiot^-up'in-niuQli' better-' op - n bIIK wind tpjj^| Ml half It Ioo�d as IpheylM?* k\p no trouble lu ifOrlis-ond hall with tlio \vind inM . bJl Jn-t n-� t' e chin?e�k|i|^ he wind suddmlj wont dQwats.anf i^lth to the surpri o of 'hp �P^ta,t 'k tbf plaj was eornifwhat int^fayw^ )Mi City team. Sevetal grififilsdtl" to ncrr onde liy the B#kffi a nunibPi of prptts rtto?�|e*S , w . on iiut Ihp trii D V iwalMiK^e ^i�h>r b]ocl..Pd b\ Rubo larrs iiyhp alfa>9 mandnjed to ,et in tlie way ' 5t in tim^ or *�jrp nVppPd toy iMi. goal koppor, wli9S?;w||$ T "thero- with thp coodb U, Wi HjluSre -waa � Talrlv tood nttcidance idoring the -cold v nd whiQb prc: lied ' teaics lined op ''citT, Team-Goal, Halnea. hacks. rlB luid flmith, half un anl Parsonh, [orwar^jliH^i^i Halt 'ITieelwoud and li&vi^ejams^ ,aBiarB- First Divielon " 'ABoltoh'Wanderers^ 0-, NotU Conn-, ty 0.'^ ^- Bfa^ord'di^* 4t Svertbn, 1.' Liverpool Ot MaHiheafer 'United; 2. " Gheleea,vl';* Biackium Rovers, G. Manolies^er City, 2; West Brom-wich Albion, l; '']N'ewcMUe United, 3; Tott'onham Hotiiitl�r;.0. I '^h^ffieid' ,13nit�d - Middlesborougb: tjoetjpolwd. " I ' -V^ootffich Arsenal. ^: Sl^eftield 'We^dnesdayVS.' "' ; ' Second Division ii; \ Bristol, Oltr, 0; Birmingham. 8. ^ Clapton Orient,'!; Qrimstoy Town, 3. . pkport County. 1; -W-oJlYerhamj|, I^^^^'^'^eds'^iy.a.-' | ':^ri|Mp9,;"fU^d.''H[ove Albion,. f;| 4deei'~�,Paj3!r'.JWngers, , ^l,WeiBt^^ua!U#ed, 2; -Brfeattord, If Coventry Git3r,fHrwortliampton. M >*jPlyiBf?nith^Argyle, 8t Southampton, 0Wf'^Wt'*: \-''I -�STyta^B?rwrg, 3; Stoke, 2. ' , || r.qwmPalSbe, 4r aeading. 2, ^ 'B:�^t^' b\%y':fi ^niwaii AtbJetic. 4|, MBrmye^'?Qw4*2j -NomSob Ol^y. 2. pQT^moji^, 3}. BriBtolv'RoverSi |||| 't,'J tWArniySCUp-Final "3=|l|j ^ * t i In dfe Army Gup flna;l played today, the 2pid"ybSl8V^Pgiineit'defeated ,tHe ^st'GloncesSr Regiment by. the Victoria Defealed Quebec and Win WotW's Pro. Hockey . m-$TARaM^ATED ;;;; .jL^^^; Victoria, B. Cf, Maroh Clearly beating the Quebec C>ip holders at their Kjv/n game," and;then outplaying r e:a m the western .without any difficulty,, the'TjIotoria team won the Hockey - Champlonslilp of the world at the Arenaj Saturday night, itto score heingift tiFu liant plays audi-thi^ijling.momettts the contes^t was; well .swor^hyet^t^^ sion which it iflarlf&d:'J Soiolesm cut and decisive was-i^fie' victory that .there is no'doubt.W^^iQl^is tjie superior team, even allolviBg' ior the tact jllmt the Quebec^Naiiicioal association champions were osr'i^adga ice. ! The coast ,cb�mjflpi^ outplayed !toeir opponejits OT^^f|hut.a few'in^ termitJtent ocoaalo^s^ilTSfhen-the^visi^^ prs;showed flashes;i%fede3iferatesp6ed; iand aevcr look^dslike/raiytlto but winners.: " ' Tommy P:^illips^^d d-yni handled ithe game witbifateoluteJinjpartiality.!' 'ANOTilERj-JVBlgtBRN '.Vl'CTORV? ' VancouTer,,.B?''^>,'March'39.-Sat-' [urday night VaS'' -an' alE^^eaterpers' iiight. in professionsri^'hoolfef; While ."Victoria was bUdy piling, up.a six to pnoi-scotev agaimstfi QitflfbeC,athe West-^ni; Ml-^tatss were3je(iually;'?ihdtwtt ously working at thuarettShere annexing the last game of the iSeries ?with the Eastern All-Stars ,by the score- of 9-to S.-^^includiiig the two games at'WikipegV the "teams played; five matches, the wpsterne'r's-'winning' three-cf the lot. ; i *�� , The gdme here was all ^lone- way. jthe a eastirness! i�4)peare^>:5f6. 1^ muchi;>ioeker;�. while-th#i^6^St>Sa^ bettei; foim; wd I^KC^d^to^ i start- to imish. Cyfclbne.Taylbt wis ,1;he. Stat ot the-nipt.'J^JoililsBn and Kendall also played ia*brilliant form. Rona'n, Odle_. Cleglsorn and/ tfeigbbor �vere the pick of/the visitors." he'joiloyring'are" tii^^ firl^es p4|| �'proifuceir, ""#11611' coSstgned' in carload'^ lots A ' ' , 0.ialniand Pipvlidoga Priiifls.pdJa-fiat'iaierhT ' 'v , " - .No.-l,Northeth%/-;t"*,l.iAir'.\ 68, , .�Mn XTftrfHorflJ 1 - Jv.�Mi'.ij'� .1. vi, ~ 65 � RlX tAILORING CO. TOBONtO' '�'�'�'='' HieiJ-CLASS TAILORING ONE AGE^NT in each town. ''I .Basenrent liethbrldgg Hotel AsenfB For LETHBRIDGE �� c>� ^ � * * * * *> * * ? BAILEY > DBFEWDED CANADIAN TlTt:E Vancouve^-B.C., March 30. ? V -Joe BallWi 'ot Victoria, on ? ? Saturday successfully defend-, ? ed his title 'of lightweight- ? ? champion of-Canada, agaliist .> Reilly, of SaA' Francisco. The ? bout went'tlf'tfeen'i'dundSi aiid",� the champion'Jed by a big mar-i-oufeg. '  gin every fill .COiGIL TO DECIDE ON BiHOUSE AT � LAKE TONIGHT i, Lds;;;vjCfag^les; J^tttch - 29;-Eddie} CaiijpJ, tH^-;ClVvera his lepwtpke vyhi6h'he was able to Use ef^Ptiveljr^ithpnghout'the obntest-; In, tKe'Ibngtran^ejild hopelessly outolasSeQ: Tii(Ae-;waa'inbt a* Ifhockdown nor the sdrfihtoce'' bt; Olid ^^in ilhe entire ^hout' and'cboth; boys .apparently fmlshird stro�gi;:s;:-::.v:i;-v-'r-v,:,;-,-:;-r::>,y;.^;... . V >Hjtm)j(pldt, ^vldwl^:^: notUng|to-.;say'eicept that it^^^^ S^'^?'?5#-*'^'i�e'^*�^i�i'vFrank- ,�0^Ph;lBtt?:tMg:'4ttetnobn'for; Kansas Eyl^ivKlftnki^^: a^^^ ;: }*NbW!/j;S^9?5^ JSMarch:, )?PP�if agd^lioldMtvAf tSe Lord i, Lonsr tabltah �the single'and twMesn cham- rejivtatlon 5NE.'�3=E->V1NE dept. Among other' Items of- importance to be considered at the Council meeting' lonlght is' the queetioii of' tie eVeo'tlott of aboat house at Jlende/son. park.. The AqnaUo' clulJ are?pushing the matter very strenuously,'and hay� ^ppii^ted out, be];:ohd any possible doubt that'a bpathbuee should be erected. Plans aggregating an jexpendlture^ or ^3;6ao are to be submitted fOf approval. "Wie'boat^house^ 'if ^recte^, will be ;managed by the Aquatio club'," and a-.potflon ofMt used for bathing pur-I poses. , ' , ^ ' A, large nilmber of new boats will go'With thpi house, and^,the Herald W been Informed tKat a number-of Iperspjis expect to jpurchase private hoal^ if the boat 'hoU$e is ;,bull_t, sa mVthere will be housing accommo-^d'atiin for them. If built, the boafc Jloiise win solve; the'recreatipn prol^; W for a great number of, people, .-bet-'sides being a source of income tb the 'oV in the>atter of street .i...;,^' Turkeys, 'dressed .....................� Turkeys;- live .,........r........ Goese, live ......-.......1.............� Ducks, Uve..;...'......;..;.;....m Hogs, dressed .................t......U Mutton/ live; Mutitoh, dressed ...,..;:�.'..........>� .22 .20-.16 .16. ,30 .25 .33 .07 r .10 .05 .IV 4 WINNIPEG MARKETS Cash Prices ^ ", No. -l-.Nor. ...i........>.v.,....^.^......� No. a Nor. .'.............. No. 3 Nor. �Noi:'.-4--Nor.-^ji-t.;. -No.. 5 Nor. .. No. e iJor........ Peed ........:�. iWinter No, ,2 ;...^..i,,v ........... No. 4^.....':~.................................. , NOv' ,irPeed' 2fl|i> I.Noi>2vli'eodR. .^taixdms .broad ^ects �U9 ;tu}tt* a..--tChi^Usnge' Ctip^jrew�lted^'lnfa*wla for Uniield ov-.^ erfi31SJito):aai'yix a"?coje bt.2'io 0,. 'Ne�rport,a3f� Bytstoi,, u-.'Kcmfi�^mj?ton;'.36jiEB|tby, 0.', 'Cafdifit'ic^ansea, 5. ' ' ^Qlo�ca6terf''$;'HarleaUiins, 8,., !'/'H^i^i^^^uz\iy Union cup ~ ; V TJif^thildv'rouad in-th^ ^Northern Cnifti^jCup aeiles resulted as follows: ' W^ikfclSeia-Trinity, 2; York, 3. bilfo^d, 4'; Warrington, 7. / Uewsbury, 11; Hull, 5. J Nppthern Union g win ton,, 6; Oldham, 23. illfax. 0; Hull and Kingaton Bov-6. Leeds, 86; Biremtry, 0. Biptejey, U'Slradford, 5. 1 ;5unc'orn, 7;,', Broughton Rangers, �1 eiB eek,-and it evidently wa^ reBi|rreoted at an opportune time^ for a more* fhan'lively linterest Its . Being '^vtiic'ed forthe! game, and the tonrnameBt will surely furnish a lot of excitement.  � ' , The teams ,mated for,,tonight's,tilt are: Carherry ,and , McHyjaa,against Buchanan .and 'Bice; Jotmstou, and Cariey ag^Mt. ,?l-',Si*tlierland'in the Jlrst eet-io; Carberjy ai\d l$pllyea,ag-alnst Johnstpn'and.Cfrieyr'Buohanaat' and Rice agilnft R.\9jit|ieriapd'and Bdey in the second; Carbeiry and Mc-Jlyea agabist'-R.' SuHiej^Mfd'and Bdey;;^ Buchanan -and^'Rlcs' against Johnston and Cariey, in the third.' \ . Other teams >in the tourney are: Long' and Hayter, Shannon and M. Sutherland, Nicholson ,and Young, Dunne and Olvko, Mitohpll -ajjd Wrighj:. ' \ ^ i .......-'i '"'-'"'i.'.. ' ' HA ^, -.: , JIM THORPE TO TORONTO,, WINNIPEG DEFEATED -THE CRACK ,P0ST0N,^8QUAD Boston, iMass., March-^OiT-Th^.Winnipeg hockey team defeated-^he'BoS;-^ ton A. A. A., at the Arena, tost night 2toi. ^ ;' ^ { Promlnent'lrt Eaetfrrn -HpcKc/?^, -j G'aSgow. .March '23,-in the,, semifinals; of ttej,-^eotii8h( Cup, FaJkIrk VeaA'Sf^rt of iSlldlothian, by one goal ai Ib-rox Park, QlaagOiW The game between. Clyde and Ralt^i Rovers; at Tjnca tjL, ndiiiburgh, tended In , a drav. one a'i ^ ' blUps Ac^d'tiuiioais. vs\ que'$f;i McGraw May.Turn indlah to Minors Jfbr Training, ^ There is,�chanee*t^at Jim Thorpe, II mi,, JfhoV^e Weari|,.a during tV s^a^on'o: APPEAL TO CRlCKETEil3 .Ji'Cmeeting,wUl he held on Thursday-�cxt, Aiiril 3rd,,at 8'^.m. at the qfflces'of Messrs. Palmer & ^^ew-^ W (Sherlock Buiiainfe), 1^ organize GrickRt. Club lor tethbrldga.. There, ard^'plenty-'of good ,crjcketej:s^ in the; oIt.y.renbugh�to enwre a ^^ucceaslu); rolul/il bnljr. all >1U, pull r together., irai hoped that everyone ...'in Leth-i bridge who Is'-litgrestedin the^game; tT.1- nicctlttg^as itTa'lgbsplutely.esB^^^ tul t. kiow>tV-l;he-'outsetjthepfcob^. nl Ic numtwr^or|n.,,> . som'e considdrabletiinafenlilide,';aiid-> - t far reaching andiimpprtaa^^tr-J:-; " t Stockholm/Is now get-lint omy with .prepaxatlo^js tor the na^t Olympiad, w)iioi�%Ht?'8 1>�1* BwJn in'lOJ.6; ^ ,v Tho cpmrn-lttee is dettomineCto ^o ��\LT\ thing pbesiblft,4b'*ie,cure4a hot-* ter sho^lni?. A',�pwiijl J>?'Jy ^as often formed, coas)8(iIpry(e 'jv^i^ej^teft chal^m^n pTr the voBWlfctee. iV- , . 'Vv ' i Tlio llraf Wove wilf-be'an'appeal ttae'publ'c pride to font-ib te :iber| Hilr, to a fund to d^^olor Btbletic* U t�'�^P9cted tli4ti hearts aesponse* ivU|! b� heard from all audUerB | 1 t - i^m:io local Bteamsbipr'lln^ % aW)?f 'Atm^stjc/'league.. ' - - '.--^-^ ^- 9Tota:t9/.t^^^e%g|' !i thp'':,varioUB,.oVents flf4 JioM$nartejrs/;ot fi'i ,n;:> where they ^.11 tlCii*,wfhuV''5 financial � and ind�*Strit>_l ;. -; ^.dyantages at which arf^inV MAPLE SUGAR Wm cluV.'TorPn'to''' MrrRuseeTl hasijjl * ever " i-i i4'H.(\ruiiuuib �.i � w� V � " club. Toronto Mr. Ruseel H!!*A. Set^haB lun hi last Uh Pr  rock'cijy'tob QMebeo ' J s i si ,.....-.....H....... 49 ;