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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Is What; Jack .Johnson Charge Him Tort, Nov. -Jack, Johnson negro heavy- weight. pugilist ;.WJNTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON ._ and-sporting goods for cold weather vllKbe what you'll want Our stock Is _repSete with anything and everything you can ask for and goods of all kinds are'Al quality, the best made. NEW PUNCHING BAGS would be envied by a Corbett or'axFitssiinmons. Everything we now jof tte worrd< show.m the.sporting goods line is of no oa wairant issued by Magistrate supenor make and soU at lowest assault upon Em iiy Cooper, a white girl, who is a mem- ber of' a theatrical company in which the prize fighter is appearing. The complainant did not appear, but sent word that she was ill in bed, and the hearing was adjourned until tomor- row. The charge was one of simple and disorderly conduct. thing is a frame said Johnson. "Fm going- to fight to a fin- show them that I'm no Letfrbridge Sporting Goods Co. Phone 1032 St South HOP-PE WORLD'S Philadelphia, Jfpr, Wit lie tonight. fZ? recqr.d.-fpr ayh'igh-run, 'rat ISJ billiards In his. ;game with. Joseph.' Mayer; the "-ama- .teur "A- points.x.Thejbest'previous -record, of 150 was', made; A :TTnrme. ABE'ATTELL MAY APPEAR IN EDMONTON ;ioppe. f BODVEXHUMEp i WiihtorV tiow Satisfied' .that Bullet CauMdi His ;Deatfi .Grand Rapids, aecount of, certain come to the -attention. of Stanley Keichel, cajised Ms -body to be exhumed' 'here. Theibody was examined, -and. though there were some marks ,on tie body, the brothers were satisfied the bullet wound was the direct cause of the- champion's death. The body was placed back in the grave. Ont, -Nov. Alien practically signed for a match ,Abe Attell, featherweight cham- pipnTof the world, says his brother, CCH- lie; Allen, who is his trainer, and the will come off .either in Edmonton A Applications for Entrance at Hockey Meeting Last Night One Expected Will in Provincial League soon as arranged. It that an offer of So.OOO baV-been received from one of these western towns desirous of 'seeing the pair'in action. .President John. L .Taylor, of the Boston Red is to'erect a. balk'park triple, deck grand- of actually seating QvOWpebple. It is asserted that the property hag been bought and that the will ..be-; accomplished with all. A REAL PIPE STORY New York, Nov. writ- ing in the London Sportsman of Nov- ember a copy of which was receiv- ed here today, says he has evidence that the late Stanley Ketchell. middle- weight champion of- the world, -was born an Englishman, and that his real name was .Arthur Thomas Wilson, of West Hyde, near Luton, "in Bedford-' shire. "I may continues Cestus, "that Ketchel's father and mother are still alive, and they.nuturally think if there is any 'of have "it ought to "Hockey! Fast, brilliant; the most popular'of winter, it has been said. An appreciation of this fact was certainly .shown by the number of players and followers of the game who congregated at the Leth- bridge Hotel parlors last night. It was the second meeting of the City Lea- gue, and the spirit of those present 'bespeaks of unparalleled success in the part of the game in Lethbridge. There was an abundance of business transacted. The applications.; of. five teams were accepted for entrance in' the league. The--teams entered were: Jlobberlins, by Ed- Putnam, repre- senting the Lethbridge -Sporting Goods Ottawas, by MrvNieol, represent- panying-the.cup and its acceptance by the league follows-: 1. That the cup is lor annual coin petition. 2. be protected .and tasen care of -by the team winning i and a deposit (fixed by the league) must be left with the league by "the be return- ed to the is -won by 3. That the cup shall never be won by. a semi-professional or professional The! team must be-Absolutely amateur. 4. That no the cup be put up for competition'Unless at'least'fpur teams are the league. ing the Ottawa "old Boys' Club; 'Hick- Thst the cup Mil not b.ecome the sole yxoperty of any one team lin'til that team-wins .for Sehl, -by Archie MeCorvief represent- ing the hardware 'firm- of that name, by representing., the various banks of the" city, and "Tutes" Henderson, for Macleod Bros. Rink The City be given jthe rink free ifyiisfahagers C. J. Eck- come to especially as they, are [storm and for both prac- in none too fiourisMng circumstances." jtice .an possible'dispatch.. The. new home will j _ be readv abnnt n? u'" 'tK BOUT be ready about the middle of next season. Joe Tinker may.not be seen in a CMcago iniform next season. Joe de- clares he will play -third base for the Cubs next season or not at alL Ac- cording to a hint dropped by President Murphy, ;of the Chicagos, Joe may fig- a trade with Boston. Lima, Ohio, Nov. ley Carhardt, Detroit's light- weight pugilist, -died today, following a collapse after a 10-round bout with Jack Me- Henry here last night The police are investigating. rink re- .of the gate