Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 6, THE DAILY HERALD Thursday, December WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON And sporting foods for cold weather .wiU be what ypu'U want Our stock TspiwU 'wirtx anything and everytbiui you. can ask lor and goods of ali At, quality, naade. NEW PUNCHING BAGS "we ''ihbir would be earfed by a or yitzaimmons. Everything we now choir 'is the sporting goods line is nf aad sold at lowest LATEST NEWS Bowling Lethbridge Sporting Goods Ca 412 Fifth St. South r CUBAN'S .GREAT FEAT Chicato, DfKi. X Capablan- Cuban chess wizard, played -boards' shcul- tameoualy: at the rooms'of the Chic- itgp: -Chess: -and. -Checker Club, score of :22 wins, two and three losses., recently. ;This ja the "'best score made against on-his present and is :CMeago's, record against he opposed a stronger team, Capablanca's on his .present" MARATHONS IN GREAT FORM Broke .a'Record Beating tHe Orioles Last The Marathon bunch, so named be- cause Mac said they conld go the right up lait .night and and oatlwwled the. Oriples for .three straight, hanging up tie record for the -present schedule of, 2533. The headlaner, hpwaver, set 'A, pace that Would have swamped even Marathons .had to have two or THE HERALD'S T ITIVT IFIPfirn LATEST VIEWS Hockey DISTRICT CLUBS If Baseball ,'L .16 'CHlHQOK HURT Tvotwlthstanfiing the Chinook wind struck here yesterday "there good. ice at the rink last night, and a. lair crowd There '.will." be .stating -this evening, if the doesnTt getjnilder. There is considerable, discontent over the dressing room arrangements, itjutr the management will have this .immediately, Weatbsr .pernilttmg: there be a. in attendance 'at- the rink tomor- 'roir evening.; s- of his team mates keeping him company. He- handsome total of 602. one of the cleanest and most consistent scores ..rolled here a. day. ..Coming just two pins ishort of .200 in the game, clear- ing .that fite in the second, and dropping "just one pin in .the third, lid'- Timer siavczv." -boi-f6wed from aa on the with the good of, 528 lor the Pfljrclral, "going .strong .now, and headed the team _with_ 575.. Ford. came ?nesc 53-t and high individ- ual with, 122, -with Sinclair a scant, six pins short of the charmed circle. 3-Iacr donald did Jiot b'owl.aad --Capt. Tom Scarlerlof the Suamrocia, was allow- ed to. substitute. Tie jsc Orioles .138 153 WfNWPEG FIFTY Rowland Will Mahajje Winnipeg Dec; a full Attend- ed meeting of tie of, the Winnipeg baseball held last week, it was Ctarlie Ko to manage the Meroonr for next season, and "the mana- ger was instructed write him to that effect. There were a few" minor de- discussed, -jbut .-the" made at the LeapMsTmeelinff in Leth- bridge that the league money was to i the Winnipe no notification to thir effect has yet been received It was the. opin- ion that" the clast of" bin served iip in the sum mer was too good, to I6ot7 at for 25 cents, and the sdggestioit triade by the league that raised to 50 rStroagly en- dorsed. Another ineetlng- held in the near Holmes Jennings ciopns -Shoyer JEllis' Sinclair Moore PerciTal fora Scai-Je 205 160 602 143T- 108 114 1S7 1S3 7Si .751 Marathons' 155 "15S 169 209 143 1ST 171 169 152 S03 494 449 579 334 855 807 2535 HE STILL HAD AN ADVANTAGE Two Englishmen. TFQO had been bos- Jt. om friends went to America. They met poor success, drifted apart -and finally one'toot a position, as waiter cheap restaurant He had .not been there long before Ma friend ap- pfeared at dinner7 time. The meeting ,was not overjoyful. "Why, old man, you down, to a wait- er, eh? Gracious, how you have fal- len; and-an a restaurant like this, too." r' tie other, torains on Iris-- erstwhUe friend sarcastically; "but I don't _ eat hare, ihaiLk good- AUTO flACE The Calgary Herald says that an anto race, for a. bet of ?500 a side has been arranged between Jackgon 'and Hatfield of'Calgary. The race to start at and finish' at 'bridge, :by 4irect route. "The money is up and the race will lie xun Christmas. says thfr Herald: A free for all race is also being promoted. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE STEINFEUDT'S AN ACCIDENT Star'Third-Sactctr "of Ciibi Gtv-et it -for Career 'to Mst If my tather hstd.nbt stepped -oreP a his J have been a professional u ball: It happened this7 way, I' had been wort- The Turf FRANCE ftEST RACING COUNTRY IN WORLD Mflton Hsnry, American Great Impressed with Sport New York, Dec. Henry, the American jockey, has just return- ed to New after seven spent on the. French turf in the- em- ploy of Baron. Rothschild and JT. de. iframaud. Henry has accumulated a in-stock operations on the "Paris .Bourse, through his racing connection with, the Rothschilds, and he returns. to America short visit .prelim- inary to starting ,a big. racing, estab- lishment in France- He to rorm a, paitnership with American jockey, developed.. into :a trainer and owner, and who is due vtp return to "this.'city next The pair .will visit Kentucky, '-and Tennessee together for the purpose of purchasing .a Jarge -ntrmbef of .brood mares and pect to get at LATE MACE ONE TIME WORTH OVER A MILLION Drew Up Schedule and Forwarded Proxies to Red Deer The meeting' 01 v the southern divi- siou of the 'Provincial Hockey League was Dallas 'last night. Those present "were: G-. M. Proud, Boyc'e; Pinch. er Cr'eefeM., Putnam, H.: Nicholson represented Taber. 'District' Was to Am Vioe-President Baker, oi was j erica and Cleaned up "Jem" Mace, tlie hero of many bare knuckle 'fights, who .died recently at Jarrow-oh-Tyne, England., at one time inbre than but of late'years he nad been dependent upon -the assistance of friends. Oc- presentv The first 'up "for discussion was :the exclusion the sdutJierh: to their in- adequate rink. delegate was successful'.inVmaJcing -it clear to the meeting; that where Macleod lack- ed in tlier, hid the; ad- vantage in the assuir-j casionally he.had appeared in .music anc.e delegate hall-exhibitions. Sketch of Career _ their..rink, iadL repaired and inade'as sa'fe'as "possible for theplay- fcrs, the -other. delegates, withdrew Jem Mace was born in. Beeston in in bJs' day was .one of 53te town, would, of boxers. 'Bis first have a new and ..commodious .rink great; fight was.. with Bill Thorpe, next seswfcnY -which' bad much, to do whom.-hV-beat-in IS.rounds. When i'om. Sayers retired .from the eham- Macleod -decidingrt6e: of Mac- leod's-.xight the league. ing for an -see played tiasftball in; -but aexer thought -it '.as "a" inieais ofmak Paid-op C4pitsl, v any mtentibn a professional.' it was lim for me to play .baH, and I never lost i -chance to get'into the game. .1 was a pitcher and catcher and- Bhortstop, but mostly a shortstop around Fort Then. I came to Stl; Louis, and got a job with the 'ies: machine people, to learn the 'business, expect- ing to go' into that-Jine of wort 'My father had. 'his .own plant in Texas, and he wrote me to home and so to work in the office. Visitors came in tracking mud across the -floor and father told me .-to put ia. mat in front of the door for them to wipe their feet upon. -.It happened Cfoat a couple of days later he harried into tne ottice, stepped over; the Jmat and started to work. I. Bnn the arm and reminded hi.n of (unless lie money) except by regular SATID g. A Savings Acccmat is aluaofit invariably foundation of success: Start an account aotr IQ the TJfeioa Bank of It -will help you to and. your savings witfi Compcund Main Rrtpath j G- R. N. Managtr. A. M. fteaeh, Astini Mantftr. W. Balllli, Jiared np itnd toW -him -I and out to hustle for It hap- pened that there was a baseball tour- nament at Loagvlew. Tes., and some- one, offered me money to take a team up to play seven games. We had a guarantee of expenses, said we won five straight McAllister, now a catcher in the Eastern league, pitch- ing all five. Coming iback we met the Houston team on the train and their" shortstop was hurt, so they .offered me a job. Then I went to Den- ham to play with the Paris team, and before long 1 had a "hundred "dollars. The Fort Worth shortstop broke arm soon afterwards, and I was ask- ed fill in until he was able to be back on the job. He never got 'back on" the i job, ior I worked my head oft and hit] se tfcsj' kspt ise, I corniced from there into faster and two years later iirto the National league.. I think much of my success was due to tbe fact that when X was- starting iuaiuess I WM lucJry enougH to jet in with a, bunch of fellows who knew the game, some older .and some younger than tajselL They made a' fellow learn the fame, and, kept me working and thinking all the time to Hold ay place. Fire members' of our little club eventually landed in major and 'made good.- A review of the results of the "first season's racing in Canada under: the. Miller Law is interesting by compari- son with former years, when no sush restrictiong were in force as EOW .are. As an inevitable outcome of the .re- stricted meetings provided for--by the Miller Law, the distribution oi 'moliey among the successful owners in stages and purses fell far below the total of the preceding year, which had marked the high .tide of racing perity in the Dominion, It is on this tracts within the-' juris- diction of the Canadian .Racing As- Fort Windsor and the difference in distribution between 1909, and, 1910 was most marked, how- ever. These tracks "raced 126" days during 1909. Their racing schedule during the season just ended, covered only 70 days. As against a distribu- tion of in 1909, and in .1908, their distribution this, year amounted to Then Mace met Joe Goss to a draw and the Ws "next ira-pottant' bout was with orBaldwin, an American, who drew for the belt in 1S67. a 1870, Jem Mace -beat Tom Al- ien for" the American championship it-Hennenrtlle, La., on May 10, in ten rounds, and wound up his brilliant career in 1871 'by fighting Joe Coburn, another -Amerkan. championship as- pirant to a draw for J.2 rounds for the of America, at St. Lou- on. November 30. ..Mace-was considered one of the cleverest bare fenuckle performers of his day, .until John L. Sullivan came into prominence. He has owned pub- lic houses and property in England, Out high living and fast friends soon set him downward, "and Jem, in his last days, received only his pension to wolf from the door. It 'was .that each team par'its -'expenses when, vis. vr.ouM not .take part oi" the'gate .Each, club- who officiate." on. neutral ice- Bob. Ormand, Dick: Robson; Kor- .C Maclcoii.; an-d Gr.. A. were chos- en. .The- Colors Colors., selected.--were Pincher red-and Taber, green and Whitgr.Maeleod, -red Lefch- bridge. undecided-.' Amateurs :The question'-, oi anrateurs was dis- cussed and' pointed out that the would force the ATTORNEY WHITE IS DAN -PATCH'S NAMESAKE Chicago, HI., Dec. J. Mit- chell. President _of the Illinois Trust and Savings BWk, test alght-announc- ed that he acquired Dan Patch, the champion sire hone of world.. .The was named T after the famoos pacer. It is reported Mrf JKitciiell .paid. for Dan. P.atch, MiA' tjorse Js' 5 olff weighs GOING AFTER BOXhNG Fight Game in California in Danger "of "Sleep Producer" Any Time San TFrancJso, De. that his purpose was not go much tbe pun- ishment of the principals of the Nel- son-Moran fight, as to prevent a re- petition of prize fighting in California, Attorney J. TS. the Church Federation, yesterday received and accepted the invitation of District At- torney Fickert to co-operate .witb the authorities in prosecuting those deem- ed vieiaters of the law. amateur "standing to the limit. Each an The iastracted to -write a' istirpng.ir.ecomraendation to the provincial at -Red Deer. favor bringing the league to; a-close not later than i Feb. 15th, td-.suitObe weather con- the.'south for the play-off j games. j fay Proxy "Tdtes1' secretary OE the the entrance lee of S15. from and isras in- jorward.....the amount to The -soui-hj will be represented by proxies at the f at. Red Deer tomorrow, ami the secretary.., to for- ward the .prosy .of each club to league president, who lias consented altcc the interest of the southern teams.. The, Schedule :The" schedule .look up much but was finally arranged. LctnViilse has both. Christrrias_antl New Yrh.u's Pay ,-Tabci: is away of; these.