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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTR AVeilnesiliiy, .Dweiubei1 IS, ALL THE LOCAL AND WOBLP'I FOREMOST FVENTS ANTLERED TROPHIES OF HUNTING SEASON IN ONTARIO m mm TAKES mm SCALP Rising Rival to Packey McFar- land Outpoints Frank Nelson Now York, Uec. riT Chicago, oiilpclnted Frank Xelsou. j q'f Ilobokon, in n ten-yonnd bout to-' grltton punished Nolaou Jn round after tho fourth. Skaters Were Disappointed Many who wcm oui lo iho lake IIIBI uvenlns may probably liuve liooValluri-d lo their .naiu.polnlnioni by 1 aimounccMiiciil In ihose columns thai tlio icr would bo In soon ooimlllon. Tin- licrald given lo underatnnd. by HIO.-L m amlicrliy. ihsa Hie IsHo would Uo Hooded yesterday In linu. lo have good K-i- for tlie evening erovvds. the Ice llooden vcsiemnyv The eal's uul il wus. Thcro was in tas! 'f show (or It. Tho ICO was as full et crack. :is a plckcl fonro and a-j excollenl io skuio on us a load. The laHe lasl i-vcmng presi-nlc-d tlio nsmll Qnlninlo.1 jind Hie uonuliu-Hy of ilie sport makes it (Issenvo ilif. Mllest TUB Drolileni will bavu to Tie niei and Ihure is every ml- vaniago in meollng it early and nilicli lost uy ed this afternoon lliat for ack However, the Herald learned WARNER TRAINING FAITHFULLY FOR BOUT WITH JACK TAYLOR ;WOLGAST SCORNS SMALL FRY Ex-dhamplon Boails of His Fighting Record auoried Ad as he road that one Frnnlile GajM had dial- lenged him to a fight. "I supuose this fellow -la trying to work Ilia newt- (tapers for n. little Cree advertising Tieforc 1 gel down io the Frankie Oapes I will fjuit and go hack lo in} Jurm.' The public- needn't fear L'ii Nelipn stuft from me. "As a matter of fact. I am not 10 go on flgutlng. 11 wouldn't me a bit If I never got the champion- ship back. "Aiy record la one tlmE I am willing ui stand on. I was lightweight cham- pion longer than any ono who ever before held that lltle. J defender! It liiorfi times. I-fought ut least t'wenty Mines in of the championship. "I urn going lo fight any one he- fore Ft bruiiry 22. My hands Sra In verj' had shape. I -frutureil two hones In my left hand on Ritchie and my right hand, which I broke in the training camp before the Rivera fight, hurts me all lliis time. Alter the fight Tuesday night between Flynn and McCarty I am going north to look after 'iny Oregon land. Then 1'anl go- ing back lo Cadillac to my [arm. "There are three fighters T would he willing to meet. 1 would like to fight .Toe Hirers February 23 out here and hut he realizes that he Iras 1 believe we would draw aliout as well fa big handicap in weight lo over- as before. Ritchie says he will fight ramt, for Taylor will be. iully. Ihe skaters 'IQ Hear with tho city officials in lllt-lr trials und iribuhuions. the Eknlers in so fnr us limy have gone criticism for appearing a sltnv an receiving llieir attention and befit efforts to make good. They have done nobly for IilHl are not ope ut harsh essential which if probably The snappinc-ss oi tills morning's air was just lo the liking oi the wrestler Irom Tcias.who has bren wrestler irom Texas, who has been Ihc w'orking out on Ihe road few days for his bout with Taylor, tic local favorite, next Monday night. Warner was oul bright and early this morning, and warming-up oi a half hour learly breakfast, and just ilcr had before noon, accompanied by Berg, the Spo- ranc wrestler, who is training him, ,nd his manager, Tom Mooney, he tartad lor the exposition grounds and made several trots around llen- lerson lake, and then down town la London road, and came in io line'. Warner saj's he will have no tiou- ile gelling down to form, and harri- Hip July -1 again for the championship Well, tliHt dale suits me. J would like to win back the championship. Of course, I will have to lose It some day, but I would like to hold it until some one got It a'way from int? by a real defeat, uot by a fluke. ''I am willing to fight Joe ilajidot ill New Orleans any time; after Febru- ary 'It. I wouldn't fight him here. He draw money enough." I pounds heavier than he is whcu they step upon Lhc mat at tlie Majestic iheatrc. Taylor continues to be the favorjir in the belling, and he has a large following, his recent victory over fierg standing him in good stead among Lethhridgeites. A number oi Lcthbrkige sports arc going to Moose Jaw to see him wrestle there, and will return -with him oa Friday when he will begin his training here. Your money is considered on deposit' until yeu are completely you buy v >_, We know we can pleaie you. Our garmtnls art Jtiigned right end tailored right. Correctness ofityle and permanency are their two grcatitt But you feel certain that oun "refund guar. ii good bond. Every "Male Attire" lUndi firm with 119 in becking it up. T. C. Ridpath CHASING SHAFER OUT OF THE Pestered by Perfumed Notfi Giant Player Decides lo tising Los Dec. ShaC- er, utility infielder of tbc New York XnilonalB lust year, enltl today ho would not Jolir McGraw's squntl for the training sloge at 3Iarlln SpringE next February. ''I have quit baseball for good." said Sim tor. ''For one ttiugv I get too many perfumed notes." He was one of the few unmarried meu attending Lhe Giants last year. McGlNNITY ASSUMES CONTROL OF TACOMA Former Giant Twirler Looked Upon as Life-Saver by the Tiger Ball Fans Scene at a Toronto taxidermlit's, when the hunters brought In their deer heads for cleaning and mounting. There are nearly three hundred heads In the collection. What a grand collection of hat racks to hand down to posterity LAW STILL ON THE TRAIL OF'JACK Three Additional Indictncnts Against Him for Trespassing Slave Law Cliiciigo, Dec. uudiLlonal ndlctraeuts under the .Mann White Slavery Act were returned against nek Johnson, the negro pugilist, by the Federal jury bore today. The charges are similar to those contained the previous Indictments against he aud concern die transport- ation of Belle Shreiber between ,Pitls- burg and Chicago. N Tacomn, Dec. Joe" McGlnnity. for several years one o( [he star pitchers of the Now York SlauLs, who along his team-mate Mathcwson, .won many bat- Lies for the Nationals, has definitely assumed the control of the Tacoma eball franchise. CONNOLLY PUT THREE GOOD MEN DOWN ihet Mclntype, John Eckert and Leon- ard Orr Did Not Last Out the Hour Vancouver, Dec. over 23 minutes to spare, the light-heavy- weight champion of the, British Em- tire, succeeded In his task of throw- McGRAW INTENDS TO USE.YOUNG PLAYERS Hopes to Have Better Fielding and Hitting Club Next Season New Yoffe, Doc. is believed to be almost a certainty that McUraw will-start, the campaign next year with Artie Sbafer'iii his Hue up, and young George Burns lu the outfield. IE these two are able to stick it will give the Giant leader even more speed than he hna had before, assum- ing that none of the regulars have leL down. That means that any team which hopes co be a contender against the eh hor Gfaiit: ;s must Improve in ifiat par- ticular department, EOT llcGraw will probably have a better pitching- stuff than last season, and with Sbafcr and s three men at the Vancouver Uvin" "I1 to itic Club. The ibree opponent Aiding and hltliug club, vhich the big, husky hear cat Irish- man succeeded in defeating; within he hour were Leonard Orr, Jnck Eclt- ,rt and Chester, llclntyre, [ho physical llrector of the V. A, C. The actual otal time required by Connolly lo -et Lhc decision' over the three men ;as 3G minutea, 51 seconds. a better MeGRAW WAIVES ON York Americans Frae to Sign Former Chicago Cub Manager .Now York, Dec. is noth- ing now io prevt-nt Frank Chance, former manager of the Chicago Na- tionals, from signing- :L contract LO manage (he New York Americans, ac- cording to announcement this after- noon that a telegram hnd been re- ceived from Manager John .7. McGraw of the New York Nationals, waiving claim on his long fime rival in league pennant fights. The New York ch'b was tlie last of-the Naiionnl league clubs to walvR. McGraw'a willingness io follow ibc load of the other clubs in his league had JIOL been questioned, as he and Chance are close frlenda personally and the New Yorker IUIK huen known to favor Chance for Lhi> leadership ol' tlie Highlanders.. The York man- ager was in Pittsburg when rhc nuos- Uon of waivers came up. On top of the announcement cornea j a story from California that Chance1 will not sign a contract unless lie IB: paid a salary of with a con-! tract covering a period of five years j The amount Farrell Is reported (o havo offered IB and a percent- age of the profits. The atory from California Is not taken serloual? by tbfi magnates. CHRISTY MATHEWSON AS CHAMPION CHECKER PLAYER New York, Dec. Christy Math- ewson, who at certain seasons of the year is to the public fla ball pitcher, look his famous right arm io the West Side Y- 31. C. A. last and used it 'with excellent re- sultg in maintaining his reputation ac champion checker player of Up I own, New York. His opiionent-S were 11 picked player from the ranks of the Y. M. G. A. Checker association. Tim game was played ultaneously, players sKiinp in ;i Ions oval with Matty Insido. moving slowly from board to hoard. Thirty minutes after play began MaUicwson .scored his lirat victory. An hour ami (If teen minutes later ii, was 'formally an- nounced thai. Kevenieen games" had been playptl. The pitcher hnd won thirteen, IOSL three and tho seven- teenth same was a draw. Old First w. L. D. PL. Manchester City 11 3 2 2-1 Blackburn Rovers s s r, 22 West ttronnvich 3 3 -I 22 Sheffield S 3 4 22 Aston Villa. S C 5 .21 Bollon Wanderers a X 21 rvewcastle Unlced S 5 4 20 Oldbam Athletic 7 3 C 20 Derby County 7 4 5 IS S 7 2 IS Manchester United li 7 17 Liverpool S ,_S 2 IB Bradford Cily o G 4 14 Everton C 0 2 H S 7 1! Slieinsld Unltetl 0 7 .1 J3 Chelsea 4 11 2 10 Totteuham 3 10 3 Notts County 2 11 3 7 Woolwich Arsenal 1 12 1 6 Second W. L. D.' Ft. Burnley 9 4 5 23 Birmingham 8 2 C, 22 Preston North C 2 '.1 21 Wolverhamptou 8 4 J> 21 Lincoln City S 3 20 Notts Korcsl 7 4 (i 20 Clapton Orient 7 4 11 20 Hull City 7 4 T) 18 Leeds Ciiy B 4 S 17 Fulham 7 7 2 Hi Barnsley 7 G 2 If, Huddevsflelil 5 7 a 15 Bristol 2 4 10 14 Bury 6 S 2 14 Grimshy Town 2 7 -7 13 Blackpool 4 S 12 Leicester Fosse 4 0 3 11 Stockport 3 II 4 10 Glnsaop 4 S 1 Bradford ISC 7 Southern L. D. PI. Heading 10 4 3 23 Swindon Town 10 3 23 Crystal Palace (1 3 22 Queens P'k 7 2 7 21 Mlllwnl] Athletic. S n 10 SCOHISH CUP DRAW Glasgow, Dec. The ilraw for (lie first round of the Scottish cup1 was rmiilc iodiiy, only Barnes liayr- to played, KLiriiafiiCCA Nichadiilc Wanderers, and Ham- ilton Academicals vs. St. Bcr- IlnTnilton ,'Vcadeinical.s vs. St. Uev-' iinud Rangers, the other tliirly teams receiving byes. .Tljc spc-oud roinul draw is Aberdeen y Diversity vs. Peebles Hovers. Hearts of Midlothian vs. Dinrieriu- line .Athletics. Crretineck Morion Falkiik. Dumb-Arton vs. Aberdeen. Ayr United vs. Airdrifoiunim. Clyde vs. SLirlingsliirn. SI. 'Jolmstdne vs. FZast Fife. Celtic vs. ArhrnaLh. Hamilton Academicals or St. lier- nard Rangers vs. Portick Thisllc vs. Queen's Park as. nanejers. Caledonians. Dundee Hiliei'- Dundcu vs. Thornliiil. Paisley St. Mirren v ark. Hoxburn Iloil Rovera Mothcrwel] vs. Hillernians. Tliird Lan- MARKETS LETHSRIDGE MARKET1 Tim local tmiTicri today remains stationary in Iho mailer of quolntluDK, Meats anil poultry toiulniu. 0.09 to 0.03 Vj lo 0.1G 0.25 to 0.73 TRACK PRICES Kortbeni Norlbern Northern Northern Northern Northern 1. So. 2 N'o. No. J No. S No G Fowl I. Winter N'o. 2 Winter 3 Winter Winter Tnx................... iirlcy No. 3 jarley No.. -I Oats 'NO. 2 C. W. 32'i IMS Ii3{ 38J. 331 33 39 23 I The Best Scotch! You'll IIHOW it by this bottle WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, il.-.u, DM.-- IS. Wheat (liniughoul tho woiW had n decided- ly lirmer outlook today. There ;irc not lacking reasons tu nccount ior this. Firstly, the peace ncgotialions in London have not taken a very fa- vorable turn and all European call les show advances. In the secou.l .place Snow's estimate puts the IT- serve of milling wheat in the nortii- westcrn stall's as aUogfthcr inade- quate lo supply the great mills until IJic end oi Hit crop year. Trade in options and cash in Winnipeg was active.. Chicago operators arc said to be oul alter Winnipeg May and the great, export houses here and m the cast have been making large pur chases for shipments in May June. It looks as though whcau will do hotter. Oals nnd (las wen- anil dulL Liverpool cables closed lo up, Ikrliu ;J up, lJudn- pusl J3 Antwerp J lower. Cars inspected L'J'JS, in sight 850. HOCKEY COMMENCES IN SASKATCHEWAN Moose Dec. rings uround Ihc Weylnirn team for tlio Hrai. linlf, MOOHO Jaw guycn tlerofileii Ihpin IICM-O lonlRlu by a score uf 0 to Tlie fume1, on I lift wholn fillr, boliip faul ,nild Inten-Blltig in Do you Skate or play Hockey? ..If so, you ought to get your cuuipmcnt from us. We have tho best fop the money. See our steel ankle supports. D. E. MacDonald Expert Locksmith and Guniffllth 412-5th St. S. Phone 1032 J'lymoulh Argyle flam (jniied Watrord K- Hove Clovonlry Exeter City I'nrlsmouth Northampton llenhyr Town Southampton Stoke 7 18 i; IG i; ir, is n t? n 17 r, IT 5 111 Bristol [lovers LJrcntiord Norwich ngcrs 17 11 'Celtic 17 11 !lIearlB 17 10 Ipalltlrk 1" 7 :Grcenock......... IS S Clyde 17 T I Alrdrleonians..... IS 7 Mothenrell 16 3t. Mirren 38 Aberdeen 18 Hamilton Ralth Rovers IllhernlniiH Dnndoo 17 Third Lanark Kllmarnock rai-ticl: Thlstlo QiiMI'-1! I'urk Sold by all Reliable Dealers Open SOJr S-lj S5-; Clus.: SO; S5J- I.Ooj- I. Hi .101 771- 75J Scottlih League P. W. L. H, Pt ail 28 37, ;