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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December I WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON and sporting ".goods for cold weather will be what, you'll want. Our stock is replete; wjth. anything and everything you can ask for and goods of ali kinds are Al quality, the best made. THOSE NEWrPUNCHING BAGS we show by a Corbsn or a Fitzsinimbris: Everything we now KnOTO'ln fTiQ THE HERALD IN HOT STOVE LEAGUE GA j tm.u5 we now show-in the sporting goods line is of .fki ____3 superior, make and sold Prices. at lowest Sporting Goods Co, i As the days grow keen and chilly, and the winds all'mumur low, They gather 'round'.the .old hot stove and upon glow. A briar pipe between "their teeth, smoke rings lip -above. Oh, the winning are pulled .around. tbe old ]j0t these days stove. Phone 412 Fifth St.. South MILLIONAIRE'S DAUGHTER GYPSY QUEEN Tnere "has just, tiled "at Cincinnati Jessie Haversham.. Michele' 'United as'1 Then ah, the dreams, dreams the .airy dream? thap The dreams of home.run.ysallbps and the dreams of captured'.flies. THE HERALD'S fr The Ring PUGS HISSED OUTvOF Oklahoma City Refund J Oncoming deafness U4.. j uuuumms; ueairess from his n The bleachers may be, silent ;nbv% and j pommeiings ihay have been fans have ceased to rove. i reason ,.L _ It "costs some money to run the af-f _ fairs-; of-the Eastern League. Ex-pres-f showing that his expenses.'7 office, etc., receipts were 30.4 Bowling fans have ceased to rove, But 'just the 'they play their -old ho t stove. What if-their'plays-ire1 biiiit. of smoke and men? have but to. light .their pipe to play them o'er 'again. j reason Nelson lost the count'of -ter of A. W. Havershain -a mll- iiouaire and she 1-ft home-a-rfew years ago'to marry the-head of the .gypsies. iirs. Mich- e''e was a'.very, ".beautiful woman and only 25- ySafs Of "age. As the daughter' or.a miliionaire she was brought up in greaf luxury' She was a- descendant of Francis Scott Jiey, wno. .wrote Star-Spangled a. great-granddaughter League, every guy' is a .star, by jove, For..every galoot slams the ball in the the'-old hot'stove. Ah, let their games in dreams, with, never a or bull, With one-hand grabs and double plays WESTERN BOWLING CONGRESS Big Etferit at Prizes eree Ben Selig, if the latter did-count j- and muffled is one John C. tne full 10. Moran says: the-last word in high grade I Showed up _the Cubs of Chicago. and home runs' with'.the full. bases But what a corking .team we'd have if we signed up every cove, And they all played "hall, like'-they do in the the old hot stove. EASTERN BASEBALL NOTES _. Charlie Comiskey-and Ban Johnson, e winter home .of all .baseball s-u. '-iUl On a I still explaining i.who fel1 before the.attacks Marie Key, one of the most fa- mous''beauties of.-the South; grand- niece, Taney, of the Supreme t l-i __'. .llrst -the gypsies- when she was about- 14; .aiid--i3egan to study their .became-interested ,4n -Komany ways ;-and customs, visit-to. Europe she met a Hindu.who taugfft 'her. "fortune-telling, and twice ran away from.home, following the irresistible -call of JXomad. wnen she finally left home it was tnought that she ha-d ,'oeen kidnapped, and all .the detective machinery that father's '.wealth-could, buy was, put into motion to .find her. The whole country was "scoured, but it was not for several''months that her learned that she had married Jorgas' tiie -.gypsy chief. She never though she .had been the .belle of Baltimore society, she ;'declared that she-was tired" of Beading, such a life, and had made her cnoicey and was supremely contented. The marked by several exchanges' of. wallops outside of the regularly .scheduled- ring battles says a Chicago exchange. Piffivant, a Mar- athon stopped in his race long enough to mix it with a .couple of spec- tators iand thereby lost the event prob- ably, as he-.looked all 'over a winner at the time. Out at Gunther Park there was a'merry old scrap in a football the chief cause "of the winning club made ever, gyarajiiteed "at.'a bowling meet- i ing- contests for five- Vnifvtoi. j i >viii ue .uAteiea in contests lor uve- bzg league games last sea; men Steams and Individ- nning club made IS runs uaisl 140 7, 140 entries the I. Okiohoma City; scheduled 10-round bout te Attell and Jeff O'ConneU was ped by the promoters at the'-end-of thej round, here tonight-and i trance money 'refunded. "pro-1 jmoters refused to -pay; the "fighters.- '-I i.. Attell was. received: 30. per -sent, of grosslrecelpts. :The .fight j was-tame from start to finish, Attell; getting a shade'the' best of all-' changes. i Pagcl5fc Pure Malt over for Its Purity and The whiskey drink for Healths r'V -Price per qrt. btfttl e Sold -the ;8pectar i States, rounds the' .would" increase. _ iutJiectse- receipts -SO iwice dunng the-course of -the .fight -been .rather Promoter Tommy Elks, Doming to the The syndicate: that- ring. e the men get-out of QJ- :-.SIx hnnrirAH to do so, his -team being declared the losers. -These incidents merely go to show, .that the .patient man is usually the winner in the end'. made IS against Giaats lota, -f sy-. 18 against Chicago and the Phillies a v .like iiumber 'against, the Pirates. Pr e 'I0r A CLuestiou before Commission, just dollars' of a as the chief teams, and of a total "of first prize .for tne tiesc individual -.score. A; L. Jsn- at. present seems to ,be whether or not i they'shall absolutely ignore the third league' under the -reported head of Jj Prompter Fletcher. Are they going to Six 'installed. He rollers in var- "BIG BLACK SMOKE" Jack Johnson Wai Afield of Becom- ing Dizzy, so Had Brain X-RayeicP Chicago, Dec. Jabk. Johnson ias found -something more .than his or---the :and, G-ieason. "iiearly: -for exclusive., ia the pictures will .not huge? tune at Kickara and" .one-twelfth of each Itis'saj though -Hickard time ago to have purchased :vhalf of Gleason's' interest Jeff ries John- son .therefore: uic.v Aiiuit: .mail cis raci-ne go along as if western, country and [heavy weight duSSS? uavno-.hppf? tn J- Oscar Peterson..first vice-nreRirtPtif- .H pay' no. vhee'd to his efforts or on the other and block him? There are-many, opinions arising these days' matter but to them. they classed under two, separate Eastern individuals behind Sessional hockey game are at present r engaged in emitting noises that-misht namely, those, to be mistaken lor those of a Berkshire I Fletcfaer, .treat- the. Jianc league .as if they e other group' fay- Oscar of the be more: than 1500 bowlers" it the tourney, this -number, including- about a dozen o'rffie 'starr'performers in the eastern; states. Alberta, is' expected to send several wny the Cubs fell before the.attacks because, forsooth, plavers holdin-'' th- of tne Athletics. A Heartless writer on I out for a salarr limiT" For many set conclave of'all Na- the, Isew York Globe suggests that sons these promoters have Amencan leaguers that Hughey could save lots of 'time1 by iat wads, but are not sptfcff-. Fletchers path strong teams. j.- O JJClLiJ It is also thought possible that by mak- [stances it is like taking one's, life Wcko. put will make .the game more es- citing.- This-would be a distinct inmy and one which- would be wel- by all lovers .of :the national McGraw-tmnks-or says'Be thinks-; chat injua M is tHe catcher m the business. It would about LACROSS Only Canadian wKo world's heavyweight title i'aris, -after -completing and shipping to this'country; the two monster mar- Burden and "Brotherly which are to grace tiie entrance" of the new' capitol .build- ing at Harrisburg." Mr. Barnard spent seven, years on them at his studio near Paris'. There are thirty separate statues in' the group. The work has Thai railway accident, reported .n. j Herald in which Tommy Burns was severly hurt, has undoubt- jecily closed the ex-champion's i career. rin Sf Nationals are ball for 1911. accident received this' sum- not m the Quaker town on the coast plavtug i-j. They are negotiating with par-'crosse caused doubts of his" being- Atlantic City, i claimed that it was a "frame-up" and that Burns turned around and did -iis very best after agreeing to go easy. O'Brien having defeated Boh Fitz- sinimons in 13 rounds at San Francis- on December 20, 1905, the victory BOWLING HELD IN WJNNIPEG Winnipeg, Tribune: An Article in the Toronto World of Tuesday, Nov. 29, gives the Rob-ins of the Royal Can-" credit for breaking the Canadian "record.of for-high sin- gle score when they rolled They- must have overlooked Wanderers and Thistle teams of and both City "sold their interests -to ;'the for spot cash which "i reached of nearly vigorous crusade- the undoubtedly.; j heavy loss.-Jit-was'. inrmaay large the fact-that; Jobnson won almost entirely away from" the'South- ern -States. v' --vyj; ..viiu. iin.o ueeu some-' what disturbed mentally- since'an'Bast- ern doctor-told him he was on the Terge of a Today however, -the worried look was gone, the '-'golden once-more illumin- ated his face bubbling over with good: spirits. for the champion's happiness was two X-Ray photographs of his" skull which' are proof to him that he is-'not losing His mind. Jeffries' conquerer explained in de-! tail today the reason w.hy he had his brain photographed. In-1902 ie knock ed'.jjut Joe. Butler m a Philadelphia i CK PLAYS WITH nng. After the fight a suDnortar nf! MINN a supporter of J hit Johnson" over the head MINNEAPOLIS MEN. scalP When Rus5'an Lion Throws Half ;fdn, Wrestling Material in" 36.-. Minutes i uaic. vmen I the stories of his-; threaiened- nervous circulated, a friend coiirse Toronto may not recognize as. being in Canada. j and.asked tograph. taken NEW" YORK BOWJ_ERS OPPOSE LOADED MINERAIilTE More feeling is being shown tne loaded ball than over anv other bowitag; subject .in years. Admirers, and users of "this .style of sphere ini NPW York and vicildty are J have his' head to see if of T LU 5SC6 II there was anything pressing down on the brain as a -result of the blow re- ceived nine years ago. The champion followed his advice-and now is satis fied that his brain, is all right. rangements can be oi. buneay games right U-JLU par- uuuuis 01 nis oemg- ooosted Burns right to the top of-the SV if proper ar-, aMe to enter the ring again, but this j championship ladder. Burns also made, will bring-'latest mishap has decided the qiies- a lot -of credit for beatin- Marvin Hart" right along far a j tion Tor good. He will fight no more, who had-won a twenty-round decision sort of i A sbort sketch of his rise to fame orer 'Jack Johnson at" San Pranrfsm -jj me v v i Burns scored over Philadelphia Jack! less> and only a few of the boosted Burns right to the top of-the! are sti" hanging on but this j championship ladder. Burns also I Uile to the loaded ball 'nas brought about chiefly A sbort sketch of his rise is given herewith. It was lacrosse that practically lead [Burns into the ring. Being an expert 'at this great Canadian sport he syui-L He soo'iio and sllcceeded in knocking out j developed into a perfect athlete and in one at San Francis- jhis friends urged him to try his July 4> the re- j at pugilism, which he did and finally' mai.nder of summer Burns reaped _ lact that the man who over .Jack Johnson at San Francisco. delivered it in a mechanically correct j Bill Souires was brought from Austm- got strikes. On rutty allevs to -meet Jeffries, but Jeffries ref -is- are no longer in fashion anv' him, and Burns took Jeff's wnere, this sphere'is deadly in thar in it was no trouble to get a string of strikes; thereby overcoming any diffi- vrAM _____..... NOT MUCH MONEY IN FIGHT PICTURES Jeffries-Johnson Films Fail to Draw Expected Were of .White. Man and .Vigorous Crusades Caused Financial Loss. I XlliCtli became the champion "of the world. Burns is the only champion that was i not of Irish, English or American de- a rich harvest in the show business' and. then set sail !or London, where Gunner Moir, the cham" Minneapolis, "Dec. schmidt, the bulky ..Russian, wrestler, made his first appearance here -tonight at the Auditorium.-and mader a favor- able impression. He had. contracted to throw five local, wrestlers hour, and more than fulfilled the agreement by tossing "36' minutes.- Following, are the statistics for-each' bout: Ralph -Vita Ed. Nelson 2.25, Gus Vickstrum 1.36, Theo Pet- ers 12.28, Cary Mattson, 8.15. Gotch, the undefeated champion sat in the auditorium with a party of friends. Anderson, the lad from not appear to wrestle Ordeman, and the announcer said xhat it was a' case of-chilled pedal extremities- on. Ander-' son's part. Adolph Ernst, Hacken- Schmidt's wrestling partner, was sub-'. "UJ.U1- cuity a player encountered with re- gard to spares. Generally it was eith- er a case of a strike or a break pioa of England, in .10 rounds, the In ;ame became a mat- _ cfc ter of merely "finding" an alley, and on June 1' j extraction, his father being land his mother German His ouc Jack :ES in" of ?th, a WU1 Uits weeJ1 "WOtty." He has lost I Pals scheduled "if i SfCOnd'- Hlirns then in these last two years; main event of the Aer.'nf S -M he beat before in a similar time, appear he offered hi f to and Bill Squires. He went from Pust .of his inability to ge ordered and arrived at a crucial time. Leo Lucke similar delivering the., ball spot." AH of which was" fine on "some alleys. John Koeter, former national all-! round champion, has been using the! lornTiias been "spotty." He' has los Although the moving.pictures of the stituted, and made it ..interesting for _ Ul Lilt Jeffries-Johnson fight have been dis- Ordeman for a time. ONE OF THE MAtfY EEASON8 WHY YOU SHOULD BUY-A SEMI-BEADY O.VEBCOATJ.' sink into your mind. remember i badly in a ten It is not easy to faa an Overcoat that is a perfect dressy garment, and at the same time is real! our changeable winter climate. It is to create one at Detroit. November 29, 1903 Milwaukee, on February ck met in a s draw draw. uat Burns fought with success and outpointed all his opponents until he faced jack o'Bnen .'Kr m. met results- Johnny Voorneis long ago Lil 6S ]H 1 x 1 "liUCl OUC JlOW in t Trie i TV> j w tain j C01ri 3 of the mem was. and it will be remembered i S 8m he tfirew one fce boon trJLl S" !out down a sewer in Cleveland some! flTTi-i tr A-1 "U -.3- Burns was a big success in Eng- land, Paris, and Australia, and when m cne height of his Sam Fitz- patriclc arrived Johnson and S? urns into a for IUS lhat "Tabl. rounds, th it. rive years back. If opponents to the loaded ball win! York, the local delegates national convention of bowlers! go to Buffalo instructed to oppose' son succeeded in 2nd tjle scene of lhat memorable j'W O-H Was October 7. rounds the D0lL in which (he east Af' baCK homc wit" a party of Australians to see the Jeffries-Johnson fight. His weight, when in rigbtin? trim was abo.ul 375 pounds he was five feet beating Marvin in 2o rounds, he good fights and was matched EASE IX FITTING. MONTREAL. SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE BY 83 McKelrie McGuire, Lsthbridge. Viit'U Jack O'Brien. They fought a tn-enry j round draw on November 2S idofi at ILos Angelc-s. The fight was ssch a ood one thar matched again. The next baitiu came off May 1 i. at IAS Angles, and liurns worf file in decision in rornds r hfs bl o Wnen [championship throne. _ 'o" IT tin j i seven inches tall, being the smallest man that ever held tiie heavvweighi championship. He amassed a lor- tune, and retires with the best, wishes or tne sporting, public for his busv acreer during hfs brief star On ihi Ann McCLEAR KNOCKED OUT Cr.wtord, xeb., Dec. Earn MOBL' oat Me- of a scheduled 2 The nguting w_ Jo finish, McClear being- There Overcoat or any Suit in the you in an hour. i-ready line can be finished to fit nion are May %ve rp, -J uw JU-UitUtfU tO UC saving in a Semi-ready Garment is added to designing and craftsmanship than any retail; some of the micr Overcoats at and ;