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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGS DAILY HKKALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1913 GEORGES CARPENTER the French :eavywelsht champion puftlist who put Bombardier Wells, the English away in jig time recently in London. THE CREAM OF THE SENIOR RUGBY TALENT OF of the Hamilton Tigers (Champions ot and the All-Toronto team ptrtWpafed In the testimonial match, h'eid ia Toronto. PAID MAJOR LEAGUE CLUBS TO MAKE OUTLAW TEAM GO THAT AUSTRALIAN PHO- DID 'NOT DEAL FAIRLY WITH HIM, LIFT FuaelKo, Dee. 16. Owen SJerai, English boier, who bMB in Australia, ntantd to Federal Officials'Plan to Capture Big Leigue Play- en, Natives of That Town to Build up Gate Receipts Sin Francisco; looking o! a grouch accumulated in the Antt- podet. Moraa claims also that the" advac.ce Indianapolis, led, Dec. of the local club of the- Federal league ire -negotiating for National and Anirican leagueTplayert, which, it will Biake an almost en- tirely home talent team, It became known today, the players be- ing cocildtred Shortstop Ownie Bush, Second Basemau Faddy Bat- man George Dauss. all of th'e Detroit 'American league team; Catcher Otto.-'Miller; of the'Brooklyn XatlocaU, and Pilcter Elmer Brown, dispatches, did him an injustice to uik bjulpfis..with they'declared'that he had'run it wa when they out He admits that te came avay-irbm-the Antipodes -be- fore his contract had beea completed; -but> he aigius'-lha.t his agreement to taie on1 thiee 'men: was' nullified hy his treatment.'. Sow.that.he is ii Mora'i savs he is prepared tb'taVe on any matches-that: offer, and t'c declares as-proof of his sin- that he has been riding'on the water wagon than a year. His is with the Eng- lish lad says.that he U-hent on keep- ing straight Baier, the Australian 'promoter, Moran says "Thid trouble with Snowy Eater Irdm the momeat I met.him. I had I heard-'other and now I believe evcivthiDg they have, to say. '-'Baker met me at-Adelaide, and thtre commenced." He told me'that I was billed to fight Matt weighs at the best 135 pounds. I told Baler didn't wait to give away that much weight, and that it iru cot contract. '.'.''That makes- GO plied Baker, 'you're here now and jo'u've jot to do ai we say.' I'Alter I hid been training far time I law the announcements we' weie to fight ior small pric- horn 2 thilliDgs, or 50 fo Now 1 that all poiffid seats were given away, and I. remonstrated with Baker. He threatened, to cancel the- match, but later telephoned that we could raise the'ptiees aol Make iht lowest seits tie fight was over I learned mingham Southern league clnb. The flye players, all of whom began their baseball'-careers on the local town shown'a willingness ".....the Federal was said, it is understood that these players are. bound'to their respective clubs only by the reserve their coa- tracb, and the Federal lessue mag- nates, according to the policy, of tie organization, feel free to deal with' them. It that the deal Would mean an outlay of at least cad unimpeachable cextracts fcr a number of years. The club owners, however, believe that with such popular players in the line up. they not only would win the pennant, but would pack the ball park at each home gaine, for each oiTrie playcrs'has a host o! admirers J. -Edward Krause, president of the local'club, who .has heen conducting the negotiations, said he was confident the deal would BUTTON CHALLENGES HOPPE Will Defend His Title in York on Fibruary 3, lllte Hoppe, the talk-line' billiard. champioV the has been the. -18-2- champfpna hip L .George Chicago. The challenge, Wai "supported by de- the BraiswlcSfrBalke; Crilender! company. r Upon being notified, ed and named February 3 and the Ho- tel As tor as and place for the contest. .Th'gmii'Foley, Chicago's, wrote Hoppe, ad- visipg him tb'it Chicago would baclj EGt.ton 'providing 'Hoppe would agree to play.In'the "Wiridy City. George Walsh, Hoppe's father-in Jaw that so long is Willie hil.l a .Itle be could defend it in New PATRICKS ARE PLAYING FAIR ttet' the people who go into bleichei sections don't like to the bechei sections don't like to 'pay more than 2 shillings for their setts. My cbout or about out ol the fight. As to the decision, that went to Wella. It was a robbery, as every .paper agrees. They all said that I iwas robbei, and even Wells told me tbe same thing. .''Riglt there I decided that I had hid quite enough ot Australia', and that I was going to leave at the first chince. They had me hilled played'on Saturday, Januaiy 10, BeU's'fitle now IB heavyweight cBun- on :tin---.ground ol the first-named plon of AuBlralia, biit he hopes to .club: make it heavyweight champion of the world before he leaves North America-' Old Country Football vs. Eieter City. HudderEfield'Town vs. London Cal- edonians. Sunderlnnd vs. Chatham. Aston Villa vs Stokq...... Birmingham vs. Brentford or South- end United. s Swansea vs. Alerthyr Town. FREDDY WELSH AND _ JOHNNY- DUNDEE' ARE MATCHED FOR JAN. New.Orleans, I-a, Dec. pniJee of-Xeiv York and: Freddy. :McGILL'S SURPLUS J3035.Z4 Enormouc' Decrease of the mtnU for Equipment Manchester City vs. rulhara. Newcastle Un- ited." I'reilon North End vs. Bristol Rov- Cl.iplon Orin'nt va. Notb.ForesI Queen's Park Hangers vs. Bristol City. Ilot- Epur.'. mil WIN F.OR GLOSSOP London, Dec. defeated Nolls Forest by 3 goals to nil today a Second Division football game, whlcli "was' scheduled for Saturday lasti but postponed owing to Glosiop participating in tha qualifying round of the English. Cup. UOMNtLLT-'uiVES UP SPORT McGIII Rugby Player Out of Other 'difference is 'accounted for by Bristol, the Inpreaied gates from, games piay- le .old-time s'ailors' .'superBiitipn at- ed-thla season, a decrease, in travel- aching lll-iuck .torFrldty, the. .build- ling expenditure, arid an' enbTmpus de- ilT_" nj_ n_ rs 'of tSe' Var.derbllt j Syndicate's is .to lie a candidfte for be. de'enc'e of 'America's cast Xfcel yealerday. The cast is be- d to have been aucceZBfjil, and' onight pounds ot lead'were coollug within the mould. crease ih the dlBb'jrsements for equip- ment." LARKIN IS PARTICULAR London, Dec. tarkin, Irish iltike leader, refulsd to addrei! a So- cialist becauB? Ihe chairman, Wealthy Puck in Inde- Attitude. Wijve Claim to All Hockcyists of. takel. Dec. the Pal- ricks are living np to their peace agreement with the National Hoc'xey In a more generous man- ner thau was anticipated that they would. Is shown today by a telegraph message received by President Em- melt Qulnn, of the X. H. A., aud nlgned by Frederick Patrick. Accord- Ing to the agreement, reached early In the fall, the Pacific Coast league had a claim on all new players wc-st o Port Arthur, while those between here and Port Arthur th'e pro- perty of the N. H. A. clubs. The message intimates that the Coast. eague -wltl-wafve claim on all new j l-layers weat of Port Arthur, for this 1 season, -with the e.vcoplion of Oeorge Hochon and Berrrls Morris. TSese j two players have boea suspended by S _____ the Westerner.. Drc. !s The message so strongly recom- msnds the adoption of the oS- thji lavcstigaMon Inlo rule tried out by the Coast tho method of raanascment of cerlaln league lo the latt two matches play- '0[ the clubs In the sailor aiiileur ed. The spectators an! critics In the hoche.-. bo raado as'a'ra- west are ot the unanimous ovinlon It make, the- gam faster. lault A, A. C. and thu hockey Koverain5 i body that certain clubs In thy orxan- Use Salts if Kidneys Hurt WE EAT MEAT WHICH CLOGS KIDNEYS CAUSING! BACKACHE Jam'ps Marklow, wlfel had divorced his TO WRESTLE AT COAST Vancouver, Dec. Walk- er and Al. Hatch, both of Vancouver End former amateur champions oC were matched last night for a wrestling bout to lake place on December 29. ted. County vs. Northampton. jjilllivail Athletic. vs. Chelsea. Burnley y6.r Luton Town or South Biirofprd vs.. Reading. Glllin.sbsci V.B. Blackpool. Palace vs. Norwich City. West'lJromwIch-Alblon va. Grimsliy Town.' v" WolverhaihitoQ Wanderers va. Bputhampton. riradfori) City -vs. Woolwich Araen- ai. Hull City va-'Bury, Ulackburh Hovers VE. Mlddleahor ough.'-.' 'BoHoh SVanderers vs. Bnralem Port Vala or Darlington. Plymouth 'A'rgylo Uncoln City. Glbseop'vB. Everton. Sheffield Wednesday vs. Nolls County. West Ham United North Shields or CherterfleM Town. r vs. City. .Montreal, Dec. be- auso of the cloud of suspicion hang- ng-over, his amateur statua on ac- ount of charges that he played pro-' esslonal .bneeban in the JTarllimn 'rovincea, Joe Donnelly, line plunger n the McGill team, which won ntercolleglale foothall champlonahip, t< port nltoRC-1 ie a alar -o-reatler in tho Intercolles- atc niett this year, and Is a clever basketball player.' (ale foothall championship, j today that he. would quit I c-ther. He was expeclccl to 15 Boo Canal traffic for November, to- n tolled short tone, or lesap tlisn a million tons h'eiow-the record tonnaeo o( November, 1912. IN HKART OF CITT HOTEL SAVOI SKATTLK dii SloiiM ol IJ Tn Ihectolre of indftornoa tetfa ibolale If itw I BOGUS AMATEURS CN COAST TEAMS Union Some Vancouver uli'e Also. BRICKLEY MAKES 251 Izatlou "luve exerted hfluenco FOR HARVARD to porsuads in the leasuo to transfer Iholr allegiance fron one Cambridge, Mass., Dec, The club to another. I complete scoring record of Charlos The chaige was oponly made at Mo5t folks forget that Uio kidneys, like tha hweis, git eluggiEh cr.i) clog- god need a flushing occasionally, -TB have hackache-and dull-m'.t trv in the kidney region; severe head- aches, iherautic twingei, torpid Hv- cr. ,-icld slejjltssneis and: ill coils o! bladder disorders.'. You Elapiy rnusi kesp ycur kjdneyj active and clean, ar.d tho rapmeat ?on as ache, nr pain In tjio Ij'jne'y re- ff.on, get ateut four- "puncea. of Jad Sails from any gocd dmg itoro horo, take a tabteapoonMl'la .a'xlut'of water before breakfast for a 'en and your will.lhea icl Gee. This fatnouS sails Ii aide from ocid o' gi-apes and[ combined with lllhla lad Ii to kidneys and stimul- ate Ihoin lo normal activity. alec (he n.-lds In lha uilne-io it rib lonser irrllltM, Ihui endfcs bladder diiorderl. Jfid Salts harrnlSES; IrKipeinivo makes a delightful eHrveicent wKler everybody.ihoiild !skc now aril Ihen to keep n'-ys clean, Uiuj avoiding Mrknu cum plications. A well-known local druiflit h llonlreal, Dec. Lalonds, who has been very much in the lime- _____ ______ light p.actkally tlr.ce January 1, JS13, ]E. Brlckley for Harvard on the grid- meeting of Oie City f.esfue, aid It lots of Jad -fe ?ojto out tow let-apt, may not play Iron been compiled, and It la be- !s now allw1 that since that time In overcbralnff Vtner ttouM hockey it all this winter. said .lleved Ibat In three yearn he liss par- further Irng-.iltrlUci o' a 'IVe nature while It only Iroufejt'- J. p. noralng If he failed to come .formed on the freshman and VariHy have occurred and the matter- hu botham t Co., Ltd., tolenoi with the Canadians he would elcvets for the Crimson au lal- besn omdally brought to the allenlloR jot play at all thlt winter. Ho says lied more points than any other man Of tho B. C, A." A. U. More than mor- dtclded not to go lo Clsvc- ftrer reprejented the il suanfon waa used to' tftcure" tho land te manage that team, tut wKI re. In a similar period of time. Including of cerialn men, it alleged, Mia in Montreal whether he plays his yeir on the ana hla two and that they would profit financially or not. the prospects of out' with the- Canadians, he "Mr Kmcedf aiade me an. offer, ,'Wklcb I do contlder good enough. If he knowg my [n-ice, fat tiio'knovt .10 find me." on the Vaully, he hai made Uiirtr- four field soals for a total of 102 nolnts, five goals .from to-jchdowns miaes. a (ranifer It the only deduction which can tc arrived at In tha pre- for a total of 5 points, asd twenty- four for a total of 144 points, miking a grand lotal ol 251 points scored on siity-three dlHcient plays, A raaetlng of the branch of the Amateur Union has been called, -sthra an tffort wKl mado lo have tto unpleaianl Elate of aftalri thoroughly aired. Lanjtiable Scene from Girl at the Majeslic, Saturday, ntccmber 20th. ;