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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: LETH DAHA n A LD om tho streets, where ynormou scoring 'boards sho'wetl which bats iien at eacli base, which pitchc doing his work, and even when he ball was throughout the {same, "There is 110 game in tlie worli vhlch, although it Is inost dlfflcul understand, is so well undorstooi the 'crowd. "So keen is the desire to see tho ttal take place on sue esslve days alternately at New Yor! ud robbed of their sual harvest of ticket' dealing, the peculators cornered the seats 111 the ullman cars on tile New York-Boston rains and trebled their price. "Baseball players of the first rank id speed skaters will he given a mako as much as in a season. lance to show their abilities in the rink. OHNNY KILBANE GAVE MONTE ATTEL A BEATING Demanded Fight Stopped the Eighth Round Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. the demands Of Ills friends tbat he monstrate his utmost ability, -John- Kilbane, featherweight champion, night decisively defeated Monte At- of Sun Francisco, in their twelve, und bout here. Attel was receiving ten punishment, and at tie end of 3 eighth round the police demand- that the bout be stopped, and the eree gave Kilbane the decision. 'Bpuse1; Mutton, an'old-timer with e Otta.was in lacrosse, and hockey, n't see how six man hockey 1ms im- oved the same. A High Class Whisky at a Medium and they are idolized more than the Matadors of Spain. The 1C clubs in the two premier leagues are o'wned privately, and their owners make vast incomes out of the game. "Over relay telegraph operat- ors have been employed to send the- news of these final games daily across the continent, and over 270 special counting the IS players themselves, who were espec- ially employed at an enormous have described every ball aud every (hit and every detail of the fielding, j "One man came .from Boston .with with >yhich he wished to back the Red Sox team. He found takers, 'and stood to win JSO.OOO or lose "As I write, ;New York is talking of nothing the. prowess of Tes- reau, the mighty pit'jlie-r of the Giants, or 'wlietiier fled Jfurray, their fine batsman, is reully back in form. "Roosevelt is not'haif so important as J. J. AIcGraw, th.e Giants' manager, and as for Christy -MathewsoTl, the pitcher, he matters more to the Am- erican public than Wilson -and Taft put together." ADMITS THE FIGHT WAS FAKE AFFAIR THIS is the "Convertible" that's man's Overcoat, dressy, practical, comfortable, and convertible without any fussy attachments. MARKETS MANKKTt Elevator Local grain elevator prices today show n slight, upward tendency, .al- Uioiijsli the market otherwise is and featureless. Uulter and stttolly new laid nggs remain tlrm with tliii latter very scarce at any price. No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern 511 No. No. 3 Northern No. 4 No. It takes the Fit-Reform fore- most make so perfect a garment. Let us demonstrate its superiority on your own shoulders. m McKELVIE McGUIRE. Frank Navin Suggest Complete Change of Baseball Training Possibility of a complete change in listing methods of preparing for a lajor league baseball season Is sug- eated in an interview that comes oin President Frank J. Navin, of the etroit American League club, as the orson doing the talking. Air. Navin regarded as one of Jlr. Johnson's ractical presidents and is known as ed to work even harder than during the season. Various suggestions have been made by as many" magnates, but Mr. Navin has sidestepped all halfway measures, and. gives it as .his opinion that, if the players really do. press their demand, the clubs merely cut out train- ing trips entirely. The players will be allowed to stay at home, will not deep student of the game in Us 1 come .under the eyes of their man- iiical and business senses. And jpareiitly he has been giving serious nsideration to the recent demand of e yet formal, hut sug- istecl as one of the reforms for which eir association when ready, will salaries shall be paid on aining trips as well as during the ason. Some of tho more radical tlie pUiyers insist that they are titled to full wages, on the ground at they are a'way from home, sub- ct to order and discipline, and forc- agers, and can work as much or as little as they please. this is the strong part of the they will be required to report in good condition, and will get no salary until they are ready to give their best efforts. Thus they will be put on the same plane as. workers in any other line, none of whom draw pay from a--new employer until they re- port ready for 'work, and none of whom are paitl until they actually are delivering services. nternational Skating Dates Fixed York, Dec. for some [oik, Boston; Roy Davis, Chicajp; the skatinu cliampionships this and David Slayback, Vcrnon, N. nter were arranged at the semi-an-i J- ,Ycre ttose th No. 1 Allicrta Hcd M No. 2 Alberta Red 5fi No. 3 Alberta Keel 52 No. 4 Alberta Red No. 5 Alberta Red gs Una, m ton............ jjiW fj'oj ton, Jfiuo Holled 17.00 Butttr and butter..........., c.34 butttt Eggs, fresh DM M.9.: ve, per pound II r. o.2S Live spring cblokeiis, per Ib... 015 Fow' 0.1S 0.1S on tiie Hoof: OT Steers, per pound B.06 Steers, per Ib per pound M Cows, drcsBtd, pet .11 3reen, o.OJ to to 0.03H MO to 0.15 Bheep poll, 0.25 to 0.75 TRACK PRICES Net prices for cars of grain on track from all points taking a 25 cent per cwt. freight rate to Foit William: 62J 50J 50} S3 32 meeting of the Internal nwetluB- natctir Skating association in this .y Saturday. The International in- or meet will lie held at the Tor- to arena on February fourth, and1 e Canadian NEW EDINBURGH WILL PRESS THEIR CHALLENGE Ottawa, Dec. the annual meet Ing of the New Edinburgh Hockej Ottawa during the week beginning club held it was decided no Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 3. Jolmny that date. Figure skating will be lo Press tllel'r challenge for the Allen Kilbane, featherweight champion, has held in Syracuse during February.! Cun this mcratli, but to insist on a admitted that his fight with Tommy Dates for the national outdoor races single schedule of games In the Otta McGinnity at Johnstown, Pa., Octo- at Saranac lake and for meets at DC- wa section of the Inter-provincla: her 28, was a lake. Kilbane declared troit, Cleveland and Boston were not that heiore the fight he urged his decided upon. manager, Jimmy Dunn, to cancel it, Allen I. Blancliard of Chicago, pre- but that Dunn declined, and ho thca sidcnt of the association; J. Nor- the Bast- went ahead with the j ICilbanc sai.l he was billed to .Tommy Duggan at .Johnstown, and- insisted he didn't .kno'.v until his ar-! ;rival tlieie that was noue j other than his former sparring part- i ner, McGiunity. After the second round the referee! remarked that the men were boxing' like sparring partners. I Kilbane said, he warned McGinnityj that he was going to make it a rea fight, and -sailed in, knocking the lat tcr out in the fourth round. amateur hockey union, and to chal lenge again in the spring if success ful In retaining the championship of A SERIOUS OFFENCE Toronto, Dec. a taxi-cab j while under the influence of liquor, i Jan offence that Magistrate Dennison j cannot overlook. 'Today Van Gills j p.npsara! in police cr-'irt on this charge, and was given thirty days jail at bard labor without the option of a fine. Argonaut Rugby Team of Toronto Famous rowing club, rugby team of Toronto, champions of the "Big Four1 Hamilton Alerts.'champlons of the 0. R. F. U., Saturday, at the am out of thsir hands, it la the opinion generally, that the best icam did aggregation and deserve the full fruit of victory. The Argos roster us" mot unexpected defeat at the hands of the win last Saturday, thouah it must be conceded that the Alerts are a form'lriahL- IMC u, victory, me roster is as follows: the names from rlciht to N.wton, Captain Smlrlie, Lawson, Clark, O'Connor, Dissette, HOC.J, Addlson, Patterson, Murphy' Lockhart O'Connor flame, Jarvls, Foster, Sinclair, Geer, Whale, Hcuther. Gale. Murray, and M Connor, Manager Bill Kennedy, Coach Jack Reaume, Mulligan, Clarkson, Ls- FOR A REFRESHING BEVERAGE, A MILD STIMULANT, A STRENGTHENING TONIC, DRINK "ALBERTA'S PRIDE' BEER IT IS A BEER OF DELICATE QUALITY-RICH NOT HEAVY. IT AGREES WITH EVERYONE BECAUSE IT IS PURE, MILD, PROPERLY AGED. GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" FLAVOR, AND LEARN HOW DELICIOUS IT IS. BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED 1 2 Nor..................'...... Vo. 3 Nor. 4 Nor......................... 1 Alberta Red 2 Alberta Red 3 Alberto Red 4 Alberta Red......... "lax................................ Parley...................