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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBMDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, December 2, 1913 il For Twenty-Round Bout at San Francisco--Champion Only Slight Favorite San Frandsto. DEC. Willie Ritchie and Harlem Tommy Murphy were both in the full twins of training today for their battia here on Dec. 10. The champion began light work yesterday. Ritchie found that lie welshed lie must we'ifh In it 135 oae hour be- fora the gonj. 'Murphy Ii a natural lightweight and nerer has difficulty In mak- ing 13! ringtMe. Ipaicstions are that the betting will open at 10-s, Vith tlie champion favorite. DUNDEE MATCHED WITH RIVERS New Ortetna, Dec. tas an- nounced today that Johnnie Dundee ol New York and Jot Wren of Los Angeles'had. been matchM for a 10- Tp'jad fight here Chrtatmai day. MISTAKES CAP FOR RABBIT; OnL, Dec. Pears, of Toronto while'hunting Wednetday afternoon in a In Mlnto was shot by.! accident by a fellow hunter. Pears was wearing a cap'nnd was seated bu low ground. Ills com- panion mistook the white cap for a rabbit fired, twenty-four small shot tailng eifecl In the lower part of Pear's body and sev- eral In his orm. Dr. Thomas Henry, ol- Harrietoa, wae called, and extracted, of the shot Pears was tatea to Toronto yes- terday afternoon for further treatment. BOWLING AT.THE "Y" RIVERS FIGHT DUNDEE Los Angelej, Dec. Hirers cot flght Johnny Dundee or any- body else at Xew 'Orleans or any other, place-oi Christmas said Hirers' manager'1 tonight, wheji asked Rbout the reported mat.rti at Xew'Orleana Dtc. Si. "In the first place I won't let Rivers fight on Christmas he continued, "and In the second, J am; U-ylbg to a nutch at Vernon arena Xew Year's day between Champion Willie flitchle ant Hirers. Ritchie has sail he is willing to meet Rivera again, and everything looks favorable for a match here on that date." AMERICANS CANT HAVE TINK.SR Won't Lit Ex-Cub Beat Get Out of League Xew York, Dec. will not be allowed to io ont of the National said. President'Chas. H. Ebbetts of the Brooklyn club alghi regarding Joe Tinker, recently. released manager of the Clncln- nail team. "He Is 100 valuable a player and would strengthen prac- tlcally any club In the league. -The Brooklyn club is going to make e bid for him, and it will a liberal one.." Ebbetts1 attention had been' called 'to a published report that President yrank- Farrell of the New York Amer- ican league team-was anxious to se- cure Tinker. 'WINNIPEG- O'BHIEN WAS OUTCUASKD rxudoa, Dec. O'Brien, lightweight, after a Tfrf performance, retired In the twelfri round from Jim Brendly; of Islington. Dormitory and Herald Divided tha Kcnori Apltce The Dormitory representatives and the Herald clashed last night'in the last- match of the second schi'dule ol gSEfs in the Y. M. C. A. bowling _jue and an even break in the hon- ors" resulted. Tfce Dormitory aggre- gation captured the fust game ot the match bands down by. S3 pins, but the neit go sair the Herald iorge lo the, Stout in the early stages and they held the advantage until the end, winning. out' by a margin ot Buchanan -was -the high toller oi the evening .with 157 in the second game. In the first game Shannon came close to this mirk with 1S3. K'vans established tie high total lor the two games, roiling' 330 Car- lev' was oie pin behind Evans' total. While the last game ot the sched- ule was bowled last night 'the cham- pions oi this series is as yet not decided' because of a couple ol post- por.fd matches that have yet to he rolled.. Both the. Dormitory and the Lum- bermen have girnes to play yet and it'Is.upph ..these games that the championship hinges. The Dormitory have to secure'one more victory and the second series.is.theirs. The lum- bermen hare a chance to tie .the Dor- mitory, if they win both games from the Telephony anc" the Dorms, lose to the Telephone. Toe latter are pitted to win out in the race, and if they succeed .they will go up against the Herald, the-'winners ol the first sche- dule, tor the league championship. .'-The scores last night: Carley 155- 174 Shannon 152 130 124 139 Evins .i. 164 1GB Buchanan 124 189 Nicholson 100 12S BUD ANDERSON AND BARR1EAU MATCHED las Angelei, of agreement were- signed today for a lightweight match at Vernpn Dec, 9 between Bud Anderson of Medtord aad Frank Barrieau of Vancouver, B. C.' The match will twenty rounda, Ufe holers agreeing lo make 135H pounds four hours before en- tering the'ring. Every Puff PI leasure anrafe mxAer can give no reason for hu cigar either Utu a brand or he cloewt'l. 1Mwn 700 first Clear Havanas you will without knowiot V'ou find them suptrioj. But it may inlerul you lo why. Ifj because, first of all, we carefully wleci tSe p'icl of Cutij's leaf then w only higMy ikilledjttof ,to convert lhat inlo Not everjr men will prefer ihii 99 of every hundred will.- W. Popullr ma; Iwo-fdf-i-uufrler. R. Webrter Co., Limited Sherbropke, Canada JOYS OF THE SPECULATOR WOf AN CAOLE Mnohet Alia., 1. fine specimen ot bald vu brpufht in lo R. Harrla Ust Thursday. It had shot oa the Kortii Kbrk by J. M.P.P., and frc-iu tl9 to tip 4 8 InchM. It It Met moocteil will be quite an 4 acceptable addition to Mr. Harrli' collecUoo. [QBE SUMMED N. Y., J. S, Fairell, of the NaUoMl Base- ball association, today auwuacri the lollovlng relating to: minor eague. baaeball 'tn Canada.. v Tbe application o! the Wartem to clan C wai decM. All league prwlieoU will be with new loim ol contract, official atirnnmt and new toiras of Mpue. AND THE WORST IS YET TO COME apologies to Wellington. Joe Lally Will Make an Effort Happy In Ntw York HoUl After Nair York, Dec. Army's football triumph over the_ Navy wai CDthiuiuUcally by Weet iad their; friends Satttrday ight.at hotel-where the Army uad made III liecdquarUn of the cadet indifocietr people dinner wblle :he Anny'i gridiron heroes and Col. P. W.'-Sladen and stafl.of Point viewed tie scene from smaller lablec let fa the boiM pverlooklng Jw main the. ballroom. ?ta-re reuniona of veteran offtc- and former Whe'n. tte ipottxll "playen entertd they re- tremendoui ovation. A mill- Ury hop wai held after tta dinner. Friends of the nary" did not forsaVe the defeated ittrn. The Annapolla playere attended a theatre and then ruturirfcd to their hotel, where they were'guests at a supper attended by naval acidemy officiali, naval offic- ers and several dlmitaiies. Pro- or to arze Game national game more popular.that, ever ilo and from the age of In the town-which claims to be the up to was furnUhcd Will Give Lacrosse Sticks to Boys in Public Schools in Order to Develop the Game Throughout Westenjj it Was. Done in the East" (By Joe Lilly) Cornwall Is surely a jacroise :own. .During the past summer a num- icr of the .old lacrosse guard who atlll ovc'tie greit got .to- gether acd by united effort made the 'with.a atont determined will, and the flout heari- is always the'kind heart. Booiud tht Game After this tails with the" lacrosse sticks were placed on tale at one of the local jirthplace of the game as first-played by the red mari... Early In the spring Mayor Pollock, who vi-as one of the the game as far John A. Cblaholm, 'one orCornwalVa lending barrlaterr, S. Morean 'Gray! an old Toronto yl elder ot the.iutted stick, and one of Cornwall'a lead; lag manufacturers; Duncan a Highland resident of the town, and myself, got together 'and decided f called a public meeting In'the town hall, and the citizens responded in large num bers. Addresses delivered 'by prominent 'citizens, including His Hon- or Judge O'Helllyi" W.) B. Cayanagh, L.D.S., ex mayor, A. SfcCracicn, A. secretary of tha Y.M.C.A., and others, and in 'the result a-cltl- zen's'commlUee w'aa appointed to tftka hold of (he matter end Intereit the younger element itid develop the. la- rrostc of the fntu're.' First of all a visit was paid. to the several schools of the and arrangements made with tie virlbus principals to assemble every school In Cornwall on the spacious grounds of tho public school. Did Yes, every boy Attending school in Corn. wall was present, and the Ret. Sisters of the Homan Catholic schools camp slong.wlth the glrli.' It was A great gathering, and when order was restor- ed .Major Pollock and this gentlemen above named boys and girls, pointing out what lacrosse had done In years gone by to adrerllso tha town, upon every boy, and ever! girl, to get busy and play lacrosse. They dwelt on the tact thai lacrosse was thi greatest game of them all as a phyilcal developer, and one which must of necessity teach a (joy to think qufcXiy, and above all, if lie Is built right, leach him to_control bis temper; tho lacrosse sUck'ts nol and never was; Intended as a weapon lo use as a flail, and that if the boy Inherited or possessed a brutal spirit, it could be more successfully curbed with a'stick al-iess cost than that of production, in the of the sticks being made up' by a number of by conceptions majd by the company. Tha was that pEacUcaliy boy In Cornwall was playing la'croWe, guaes played, between dlflertnt rooms In the different BcbOibU during Interinlsalon the .teachers the play. Then the voung Ia41w ,pf. hlih school, collece In In the of lacrosse, a boy's true spirit and IngtfncU nhow'-thcmselvea and the teacher has a lo reprl mand him In a manner to the offence. In ibis Tray a fractious dis- position It "toned and the boy begins to see that brutality, If prac- ticed in his school games, will be car- ried, into hi? future lite, and the edu- cation lie amongst the. hoys en- him lo go Into kittle ol life ARMY HEROES ARE BANQUETED King's Own It's yet, And it is absolutely the fmcat Serge Suit for niide Jn the world. Only one mill in England can produce this quality of .Serge at the price, and another point up on tha vool market will put it up to It gives pleasure to get a Serge which he can wholly recommend like we do these Semi-ready Suits of King's Own Serge. THE SEMI READY STORE EMPRESS BLOCK, Letkbrldge S. C. BATEMAN, Mgr. HAS CONFIDENCE IN ANDERSON McCarey Thlnki "Bud" Would Give _ McFarlani.Great FlgM Ot all the boxers 'rho have worked at his Vernon arena Uncle Tom Mc- Carey of Los Angeles seems to have the next filth; lii Bud Anderson. "1 am waiting to big match Mcbarey. "I feel to- ward it an a violin maker must 'to- ward th'e one great instrument that he; hopes tqcoe day to turn out. It will a between Bud Ander- aon.and McFarland. This will make a lot of people amlle. Hut I think Anderson nould give Packey the fight of.his life. With hi a short, snapping blows, IB Just 'the' one Ihe itockyards star a wonderful contwt." TOE HOLb-pROVEb.THE UNDOING OF TREMBLAY Miller of St. Paul Dcwn.d Champion Twice With Deadly 'Crip England, ambngBlwhon the gantehu become almost t organised, and lacrosie is-betog 'auccetafully by thbm. A Manufacturers'' League followed, a'nd ol teams from two of.'ttie cotton mllla the Toronto Paper Manufacturing Co. the IT" Modern Co., the McGltl Chair and Beach Furniture Co., cdrapriMd-the Every Saturday 'a'fternqon throughout the summer fully K pliyera were in action, three matches of one hour each hciriE plajred by Ihe sli The league proved a b'g tuccesa, and fully three thousand people have at- tended these gamei, an admission of only ten 'cents-being charged, the players looking more to the honor of playing for'their reapecllTe Institu- tions than the gate receipts. The series ended in a tie totwigen the two cotton and was won by the Stormotit after 4 closely conteated game. WM Succuaful Enough .cash'was .taken In at the gale, even ..at such small price of admlsiion, that will enable the com- mittee to preaent'-thei winning team with thirteen goJd.medals, to give a banguet What Cornwall has done: other towns can do also, and It only requfr'es 3. few enthusiastic lorcrs at the great old game In to' takV lioW ani] the ball rolling to flrmly eslabllsh lacrosse front one end of Canada to Iho other. They will find the public behlni them If they only nlart the movement and put A little snap fnto tlie organization. Isn't It worth while? Ixst ant .young men, gel busy and do at Cornwall done. s BACKACHE IS A DANGER SIGNAL KIDNEY TROUtLM. BLADDER D18- OflDIPia, RHEUMATISM AND 'SERIOUS OtSEAtle FOLLOW kidneys. clogged up, the aa the bowels 4o. Then they be- coae sluggish, and oaly niter or strait out a part of the., waste or matter, all reet'remainlng In the blood and. ppfapaing the system. A's.soon as you notice the first in dlcallons of backache, pains In the or aches around the kidneys, or if thb urine Is' light and pale, dark colored, cloudy, thick or hai'an of- 'erisive odor, burns, is scalding or ir- regular in pciage, take a little Crox one three times a day and end these troubles before they become more scr lo-js. There is no more effective remed) known for the prompt relief and euro of kidney, bladder troubles and rhea matlsm than Croxone.' it soaks righ< Into the Kidneys through the and linlngsj cleans out the clogged up pores; neutralizes and dissolves th poisonous uric acid and waBte-rnatfj that lodge In the'joints arid muscles and cause- those terrible rheumall< pains and makes the kidney? (lifer th poison from the blood and drive it ou of the system, A few days' use of this new scientific preparation Is biten all that If ever needed lo end, the wont backache, o overcome the most annoying urlnar; disorders, You will find Croione entirely lilffei enl from oilier remedies. It is so nr< oared that It Is practically lo lake it iFlthout An orlg Inal package costs hut a trifle, and "H druepliils are authorized to return the purchase price If'It should fa' In a single'case. N. Howard, Deserontp, aged 20, accidentally shot and killed him- xclf In the street. Ife replacing a loaded revolver In his pockot. lie was n bank clerk.. V "Clan Mackenzie" 05d Matured Scotch Whisky We are just in reeeipl of a slupmcnt of VERY (3LD AND VERY FINE WHISKEY FROM MESSRS. G. R, MACKENZIE, LTD Distilled entirelj- from'llie Malt, it verj.- liigh jn ihe'estimation of favorite everywhere. HERE IS THE PRICE CLAN MACKENZIE SCOTCH, PER BOTTLE..................... C. C; Pagnuelb Wine Spirit Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA Winnipeg, Dec, Tlie deadly toe lold proved the. undoing of Eugene Trembtay, .of .Montreal champion of tho world In his effort o take the welterweight champion ship from Wnltcr illiler of iero tonight, but'TiQ did not yield he ghOBt until mlnuteg of grap- first '.fail came In one lour after the most epectacular work even'ieen on a mat .In Winnipeg, rhlle the second fall came very quick r taking 'only two mlnutw for the it, Paul inat artlit to apply the ton hold again and tlorly push his op- jonenl'fl'ahoulders to the rant, 'which ended. one of the beet exlribllipris ol staged. In Winnipeg for a lonjr Um'e. .PRISON INSPECTOR Toronto, Dec. Provincial Secre- tary ilon. W.J. yesterday ap- pointed. W. Dunlop, chief account- ant of the Prisons and Public Chari- lies Branch, to the position of chief inspector of Prisons, .Public Charities and Hospitals In Ontario, na success- or to W. E. Postlelhwalte, has resigned on account of ill-health. BASEBALL PATRONAGE GROWING Nearly a Third of a Million 1913 Qain.i Thin In Nearly a third tniHIon more personE paid Id attend American gue ball jam03 thla year tban In 1912 according to a .Btatyment by Preal- dent Johnson of the American tf. President Johnson hns a new :plor. for post-season gam'es that will pro vide action fur-lbe three leaders ii each league. He would have a' aerie; of games between the three loader? of each Jeapie. This plan, he would provide a sllmuJatitu for ball clubs which could, not maki flrfit place and would keep ffiteriff in tie games alive io.thi- end of tb season. Tie sold ho believed a poei season aeries clubs nnisliin second and third, would prove neafl as Interesting as .those between-nr place clubs.' The league inV'slJent alio let It b known Uiat the Cloveland-Pi'lsbur series tills year the National con mlseion money. lie said the comml slon'6 10 per cent, of tho receipts Ira not Quite enough lo pay salaries an expenses of the umpires. PrealaVjr Johnson Intimated that in the (utilr the commission would take charge all post-seagon scrlea to prevent; repetition of the St. Louis An Acceptable Christmas Gift For Your Friends in the Old Country Hudson's Bay Best Scotch Whiskey in Fancy Jag, Freight and Dutyfaidi 'There are raany people'living hero who would like their friends acrwa the sea to receive a bottle ol Hudson's Hay Whls- 'key lor Christmas, but have bcerr deterred from sending: owing to the complicated customs regulation! We will deliver Freixhl and Duty paid to any address in Ihe United Klnkdom. a One- Quart Fancy Itoyal Doiilton W.ire Jug of Hay fn famous "llest Procurable" Scotch Whietoy at each Let have your order early {o eniure prompt delivery being made The Hudson's Bay Co. ;