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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE T.ETKBIUPGE DAILY HERALP FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, I' I Carpentier, Wells Conqueror, Honored on Return from England NEGOTIATIONS ARE ON FOR BOUT.. WITH SMITH RrfUMl His Fljht Rrtlre NEWS THE RING Paiis, "the'-. .neir-: -teaTTWtieht ol v'home SHRUBE BEATEN HaUrez, .Dec. Aoer- dcea rink at Amherst was crowded Ii5> njhl to witness the race between D.'tly Queal. AlftM ShraSb and A. E. Q-jeal was the winner, Tflth Woods stcdnd. The lime Tas 65Qln. NffllLEMlSA HOCKEV FANS FAVOH RULE- ELIMINATING OFF- SIDES IN CENTRE was toe M1913 HI FIGURE FECT BALL, "13 SHOWS SOME. EF. IN FOOTBALL, BAST- BOXING ANP GOLF Detroit, Dec. ll.-Spott foiid J913 a: rfil jini as Jhf foiE- boded. The football season one long list ol upsets Mich- igan Aggies, Dame .'and. Col- gate in (he role ot the For H. A, C. the the year wero beit- TH I WILL V x.tW Privet Hill inter tht' itnnueui at a For wtetlt'.! and Mra. SupckhirVt coJcjiUj thi tcim.'-'WM fMJnd one weak th. pliylrtf of ind nltlon with the pnl _ Atter .i'coHf trtni.l with (he .to Uke i form and become i eleren N'olre though its -'.iv studded with from. Sis' 02 MondaT j beioie the :boat in the Gare DucVNofd'.tKJyflcomihlm. Kheu the train d'reV and carried the plat- form, witb lloH'ers. match trttwcen Gunboat Smith arjciprbceedLoj salisfac- (orf manner. DetTrSn BOT and Fcb- ruary, when he to jetura toi Ixindon, CaipehlKr will appear at; some ol the Paiisiii music hath in exhilition bouts.'.. .jLondon', DK. it is MMj that. Wells will appear in the briie ring aiaiii. He .stems thoroughly trolien up by his deleat, but ht' le- luses io'disciiis it- or speak ol future plans. Vancouver, Dec. at nielli's match in Westminster ftat o( that tbe rule eliminating oBsldc team that beat'Colsale.ani was" far' in bad made a decided hit, lioiu being weak, shook the ea'sl- players and Tans expressing shoes. themselves heailily in faror ol the _ recovering close .srore new Meanwhile, Colgate de- FOR "I'NTER LEAGUt SERIES TURNED DOWN BY INTERNATJONAL LtAGUE New York, Dec. ol the las' suitered. No In session here ffsteiiiaj- ijeclin'td to tjoallj knocked out bj- Mlko GlV toaa SL Paul, here lut alfht. In tit second round of to hate i ien-rouod tent. Floored tirei Umea tor the want ot nine In Un iec- UM'" irocn, and the itopptd ttj njnt, .with proha- fclT; twr> minutes Ttmtinlug to flnlsh round. ;.y. _ DONOVAN _DM. Boh JfcAlllE- the UaJlfpriian Dllfldleirelght, aide hJa Ural appMrarice In the clai .lait nlshl'ln a ten-round bout with Mike Donovan of this and boier IbroughonU McAIlliler weighed in .at 159 bounds and DonbTU at 155. FfAlSHT tO ROUNDS TO DRAW .Racine, Will, Dec. ilalty .Me- Cne'.ud Tommy Bresnahan, llght- vtejchta, fought a fait ID-round draT here tonlghL- Bresnahan excelled il rings, tnl tailed to penetrate McCue'i defence effectlTelr. at clbsa qurten. Brenahin was very tired it FLYKN OUTPOINTED Tork, Dec, ll.-4-ln a fast ten- rquml.-.boul, here list night, "Bat- outpointed Jim Flynn of'Pueblo, to whom he conceded ts-jpouBds In vr'elgliL Tbe drat and tefifb 'rounds were even, the fourth Koins: 16 fTmn, and in the othera LeT- lnia> proved hlmiell tis maater of bis art. Only once during the bout to an adran- tale, when .TriUi a blow to tbe right ear: he Jent Ls'rlnsX? to his other ilme. fell, but were allrliinted to Ulpnlng wri feet. weighed In at m at 167. ials and old-time eastern lans went OQ y9ie. punctured.; the impreg- EO far as to saf that it the National-liable hems' 'eleven Hotkey association Tas desirous ot year, so far to make a touch- sfcrdin'g tbe game up fn: the east down Ihe Blues.. that 3 belter more could cot he made championships t'ave changed than to tall in line irith the'ceir riajfti that ie- rnle adopted br the Harific Coast real champs-hare touglil ___ _ ___ league. Last nijht's Watch'- was lies'. -BUt -Liilfef'i-'McCarty'i" who American of the best ever played in the the year by heating Al Pal- spoVe" in opposition to the plan. accorilinj lo spectators ol the game.1 tbe white hope title, died in One oi the chieJ objections to the tbe" rini at proposed series was the distance bV The death oi '.'Dull" Young _ struck tween the home .cities hosing 'anotherIfatd'blowi lobbing ft, mating, up thV mm mm Q BLACK MAN HAS E'.'t KIND OF PUNCH IN THE CAME. Ad IfcliUr.UBl, ths pilm to Jack I; (o grttt ot the put nt, "That of bltck vu' and ua- doublwilj illll U. a uU ti-riuaploo klai piiiicli ,U irndertiil ludgt ot tullt ind U hair M gooi loAtr a hf ws 1 tut titz Urt.i 'white Ihimi vto could him UM mart thai otic ku4 In i rtnt "H utttd It he tteqftt SnllK chilli mike the lurreider, Vi'pt- fu{ wKM, "i do, not billore Bfflllh bulmt In rini with Johwm. And I am cdodierlii Joto- cut slower wpi he -whlcptd' jeffrlM. I Smith beat Lcagford, But Luf- ford hu been figMIng tbe ufad. ct maii nftiietb.' not to and fats UlQ grind- rather yenrt. tord today W not tia of tiro d thrtfl ud ten ir-Blgtitcd and old and feeble." Ad -says tbal people at when aaurt thai ID .Chicago. ret r'iioBJj.hel bars tie mm r; Mi made In his Jeflrln. what .flO.- Uttil'anrt 'that Mi of the Hie plclurrs ;the Ilka 'more: .-'He nude pllei'of .scrap, too. Why, wha he was In trouble tie ipnt "money" (tan hi wop Id list rd hinds for settle down to the proposal lor a sti- -XL, B. le'if 'o! tbe-'ifs of inlerltague with the. Ao-l-i 'tills bat- 1'residfttt Chiv- JjTyjJ ioptt pi liid he liem fref'. admirer, ct Jack but that flghtlnj INQUEST -M THINGS; .PUGILISTIC IN -ENGLAND 4AS IT THE RAIN? Ban FranclKo, C'al., Dec. A rasal ahtpai, which necwjftated an orje-ratlpn bo Willie Hltcbls, light- champion, resultcl In cilllng 'of-.jlhe ichsdnled [Icht niiht tetween Ritchie and Hir- leh Tommr Murphr. The two flyblera last _nlght with th.el: managors, abtf went of welj- In with, .the forfeit Mrttaenl. Both tlsped the icilej at -1 press lodar.. A. F. Betllnson. man- ager of the National SporUng eluh, who was amateur ilghlweiEht champion. iico-Jis th'e Idea of national..degeneracy. boxen aie suffKdnE from licV o[ proper toliiM'- since the.'.lbii of tutors and' ion- collr. poi'nls out that Harrow.-. ed Jack the caaree o[ ttrmty-tive Hopley, the famous eiperts declare would have been a match with Johnson. Harrow Btit stiluted a fencing muter- (or tla e'uve. 'lH7jnakB; jplentr ot :nien irtili-' ciramplona, but coolfor.' 'training This J9 con- llnned by J. If. the -fa- ther of the well-known "crlckelor, who privately fought a dram bat- ile with Tommy Burni, when the latter- was champion. Public op- jnlon .-here la; tneanwhlle duedly that; Eniland must 'rely upon llghlweigliU, and weltert. to uphold 'her na- tional prestige. In mailers purll- litfc. ernUmatel as it.-did, of'CM ol-'ifs.'.strongholds. Elibels, Jr.; presliolibl Ihe Newark. IB sheer beatlag ol FimV clib, was ia raTprPbl .Itt series; but Klaus Cbip has hardlr ever betn was volri (town.. "-BaSwasinolhersportto.taw! SEASOM QPEN'S APIUL 21 tbs eRecls the jini. This was VorV, :pec. lO.-Club. owners chiefly marked by the sensational lall o[ Intenutlonal learue. chV'ipionV'Bosttm'Red-'Ws altfmopn ppfning CUBAN PITCHEB SIGNED' up 'BY i .1. -i v York, J. B. TBJjljite.J.14 ,ues. iirned mi- 'laOkPliiJ yoiiny pUcier Cnba. y hii foni.icajul la lie Palmen (s plily.aerentMn "years old, anijB'.S uiye Him A n r pox or Ligars It's a Christmas Gift every ap- precifltes. He will bo especially plenscd- hc receives a. box of Clear Havanas and eiery puff, will bring grateful of toot Skilful blendtnE of Cuba'a choicest tobacco ElTfj to Webater'B Clear Havanis delljhlful fragrance which nvUes each emoko to iitlily'iiB. Packed for "Christmas wiring" in attractive clijp bosea ot 10 and 25. SOLD AT MOST GOOD SHOPS Manufactured In CanidVi mail unitary cigar factory by W. K. Webster Company, Liniitetl. 8HERBROOKE, QUEBEC ''V WANDERERS NOT COUNTING ON HYLAND OR ROSS 'Mart Indoor Work Man- With BIcyclci. Montreal, Tlie ttart their indoor training Monday- next wlfh a te'sm which President Uchteniieln .thinks U sura to carrj he clilb to victory. Ross ana llyland lave r.ot. signed up, and It Ihcy do not report for training, will not he aken on Uia team; eicopt reduced to PTeslaent Urh- .enheln Th? Wanderere' head, not believe either plar- Elli til IMH plavlng for the team', and hu'alreao'r flgiired but the men ;6 carry his colors to victory. Tnk Is what the Wanderers' line- up thli- year will loot like, he an- nounced loJar: Bojce and Cadotte', anil "-a CleKhorn, Atklneon, Roherfj and a new Weslerner' who baa practically signed up.; ie, Clegnom, Rueselli lllller'and Kendall: -be will have tblrlecn or fourteen players neH up before, lie ttrst clash ot the aeaaon takes place, and IB convinced thai lha Wanderers will make a good showing this' year. "I ara not figuring on Rosa or Hi- he said, "and hare everything planned out to "go eJiead without them. II they ito iriDt to join iia and J'lll ngt train, they niH'baTe to iccept re; duced salaries." Notices have teen cent DHL .Instruct- ing ill men.vho hive signed report neil Bicycles arc to jilay' quite i prominent part In the. training ot.the men. Quarters have been secured them .and b'efora they get a'cfaance to they will spend several hours a 'day estibllEhlng records on" the" .Trheeia. Tbla is .Idea here, but the mahT agement bii when the' men flirt .wort In ren] earnest. .DEFINED "TVhat'e a 'New Yorker.', par1 "Ifl a man who has never been-In. ride tils own home cor ouLslda hti OWE form when Francis Ouiraet upset the dope and defeated Vardon 'and liaf i and a host of: amateur and, profes- Jslonal cra'cVs in the open champioo- ASSURED Kaiwr COMcntf'-lo Holdllna Athletic ConteaU Jorj Gtrrnin Soldltn Berlin, Dec. William took 3. hand yesterday In toe prepare-. lion's for Iho Olympic games to be' lieJd In Berlin In..1.910, by consents! tOj'alhlellc cpjilesls neil ilay al'ihe', conitructeil .stadium.' la which I aid privates will take The Crown IVInce has given his came a: a patron of ihe conteils. The War '3llDlslsr Is' to appoint a comnilE- fTon ot arnuigemeiils. DANCE BY THE JUILE-' Baltimore, Dec. 'don't ask debutantes how long 'they danced now "How many mllei did. you Is proper1 since they hare taken to wearing tango pedometers- King George's hid been KfcaJe Uliitgncixi- In it he had kii.'operajttl ot, bat In split or thli loot and a drtliillng rain, ho was will- M.'tM thouid trwerf. The pfiBotoi, tHmerer, declared tbe STBrthlns In -.your house 7 KING PROROB NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBAOOO It ad otfwri m qiuliiy ind bettue dw piocen bjr vrluch it tj made dtftfi (ton It it dei- eiously and rjon-irriliting. i ROCK CITY TOBACCO Manofuturen, QUEBEC 1- I WHAT IQ-N rp of Xmasf Novelties for Men how on display at pur New Store. new and up-to-the-mmute-a showing well worth coming to see Gift Suggestions House-Jackets ?8.0fl uP Bath Robes, np House up Silk Neck to Jft.00 shapes, newest patterns, from '25c: centH to Silk Handkerchiefs in plain and fancy J Tjlnen Handkerchiefs, plain and initial. .15c. to 40c. Fancy up Silk up Fancy Silk Suspenders, Arm Bands ,eifc. TravelJfng Military Ifnishes, Suit Cases anfl Bags; New Models, Choice Fabrics, Skilled Tailoring In Men's .Siills lor Ihe Holiday Trade. 'SUITS FKQM UP Values that spell savings in every, j McKELVIE "2 Ms McGUIRE Now in Our New Stan j, TKe KirkKam Block ;