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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET 1 CDGE .I) HEK AL D Monday, 'Ml, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'! FOREMOST WHS MAM Couldn't See Shot at Goal and Wanderers Won 7-4 Toronto, Dec 38 shoot- arcompanied hy poor work in goal by Manager Nicholson, lost the Tcciiiusehs tho Mat chance they will luio this winter fo heal ers ot '.Montreal, in their opening K. H. A. game at the arena tonight. Tho score was 7 to -l.in iavor.oi the easterners: For the first a periods the u'erers gave those who had seen ahem play the Canadians, -the im- ol stalling, but this may have only a lancy. At any rate, in the third period with the Wan- derers leading, S to 4, the Tecuro- uncovered a burst of rushes ihat only hard luck prevented scores. AUTO RACER KILLED Slid Off Cup Truck at Los An- gele> Going at High Speed "Los AuseleB, Deo. Shaln, a well-known automobile racer, was killed.and three oth- ers seriously Injured today, when Shaln's racer, shot out of the cup shaped track known as Dare Devil rtaco For Life, on Concession Pier, .Venice, and plunged into a crowd of spectators. Among those injured seriously Mrs, -A. B. Atkinson, aged 49, Vancouver, B.C., whoso was fractured and lip lacerated. Shain was going at a terrific rate. Y.M.CJ.POIII I Close Game in City Hockej League Saturday Night m mm Ottawa, Hec. tl.e The Y.M.C.A. lias a winning gallon of puck-chasers. They demon their class again StHyrdfiy night, when tlie Aquatic team went down before them hy a .score of 4 to 3 afe Henderson Lake in a nip and tuck struggle. The ice was in rough condition and stellar hockey was. an impossibility, but at that the game was splendidly contested. The line up: Y. M. C. A. Aquatics Carbeiry Dobson Goal Had the Tccuniseh's received the 01- tjie greatest crowd that has ever rounter the result might havo been witnessed an amateur game in Ot- different. tawa'since the inauguration of the Un Ihe iorm displayed-by the two professional Variety, the New Edin- toams, the Teciimseh's were entitled burgh team on Saturday defeated the Stewartons.at the arena Ity a score of 3 to 3... It was the opening of tlie 'fixture in. the Ottawa season in the pro in- ter-provincial and'the attendance was about Cover Point Jiovei1 in a victorv Tip hne-un point, (i; JlcNaroara H. (Jenter, Sti'ike right wing, Gauls left w.ing, .Um'ton. Cadottc point, 3tuii cover, t center, Rus- .sell; right wing, Hyland left- wing, H. pobson Do wrier Scarth Centre: Right Lert' Cavanah G. Suhiveitzer .FAMOUS'WANDEBEBS HOOKEY TEAM rofntlonalt of Montreal, showing the new lix-m.n played by Ihe National Hockey Every man li prominently numbered. From left io Trainer, GoakMper Cadotte, Roberts, Manager from left to right, S. Cleghorn, Miller Boyes, Russell, O.Clcghorne. Robson Wright MANGER CHANCE TO LOOK --THE' MONSTER OVER Pat Green, of. Holyoke Club, to Kept.byihe Highlanders Use 3S Experience, combined with considerable luck won but weighs 202 pounds, and is six feet A PROTEST The Aquatic team will protest the playing oi H. Dohsori, wh3 according trj their claim, hasi't liven" here long enough according to the league rules. The -Y.M.C.A.-say the case Is a de- batable'one. .It will be: settled at a meeting of the league called for to- night. New York, Dec. American The learns of the league are request. League Baseball club announced that I ei> to be nt Rldpath's store at 8 o'clock itjiail received lull title to Patrick this evening, to consider the. protest of Green, the big pitcher of the Connecticut league. Greeu, who is only 18 years old. Jack Taylor's friends are inclined again. Taylor will he richer in ex- ilic belief that .lack failed to perience and trained to a nicety and up io the mark of his usual. Warner w'ill have a huge contract on form in, his hout with Warner .last his hands In throwing" Taylor -twice week, which, coupled with :the mis- in an hour which he has verbally hap of a dislocated finger early the fray was accounted [or. his the Aquatics, and nlso up a schedule games, j The hockey, encounter be- tween the Fats and the Leans is due lather a decisive victon ior the Can- two inches tall, will be'kept on the most.any day now. adiens over the Torontos by a score payroll until Frank Chance has seen I who is mn-rshnlliuK I1. J. the oi 8 tu 5 in the opening of the hock-. him In action, the club's announce- ey season at the arena, on Saturday j nient says. night. After a close match played j He began to play ball In 1911 near at Toronto, Manager Kennedy took his home at Huntington, Mass, no chances and marched out his I .____________ strongest team which included Payall -5- .rte the who is in Montreal on a visit. Toronto team, which is one .of. newcomers in the -Katioaal Hoc'tey- asseciation in making their initial CLEOHORN FINED Toronto, Dec. appearance hctore nearly -1000 tntiiu- j Cleghorn, Montreal hockey Kiasts, created sion. favorahle imprja- WON AT CLEVELAND Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. land A. 0., 0; Ottawa University, 2. committed yesterday for assaulting Newsy was today fined ?50 in the county :court. Lalonde through .coun- sel made -a strong plea for ff leniency for Cleghom. heavies lias seveu lined up who tip the beam between ISO and 220 -pounds each. He-is awaiting the defi from the Leans, who, so far, have made no noise loud enough to hear. CANADIAN HOCKEY SEPTETTE DEFEATED N.Y. CHAMPIONS New York, Dec. the- last half minute of play, Captain Frith, of the Toronto University, hockey scored Ihe goal Which gave his j tean side in agreed to do, anil it is thought that de- he will readily aflix his signature to feat. Taylor's backers hold forth that, a; guarantee when the papers are their man-was overtrained :to' the drawn up ior their next battle, extent that .his stnm'M was not Warner is-confident of his ability particularly in evidence on form- to, throw Taylor, even so iar as to er occasions. Overtraining has a ten- say that he Would consider it no ilency to make the boxer or great feat to put Taylor's shoulders any other kind of athlete stale 'and to the mat four time's in an hour, short of vim. Taylor showed .-mi- 'Taylor; too, is not. lacking in confi- mistakable signs ol being overtrain-- dence and is apparently not afraid of ed in his hout with which the outcome ol another meeting, no doubt made him careless. The fans are hungry for the two lessness alone caused him to get his' to mix it again and tho largest finger hurt in. the initial moments of crowd" that has over been seated the bout and it was lack of alrrt- the Majestic for anything of the kin ness that finally caused him to sue- is anticipated, cumb to the onslaught of the wary j Warner and Berg are going Id gh Warner. ft wrestling exhibition at the Majci It is probable that Warner ami tic New Year's' Day, which promise Taylor will come together again next to be an interesting affair. It wi Monday evening, so the Herald was not be-ior blood, just an exhibitio informed by Manager Wilson of the" in which the science of the game wi Majestic this morning and thestakes.be laid open for scrutiny. AH holds HOCKEYY CHALLENGE Kliox Church Secondary Bible Class hereby challenge a picked team from Wesley, Wostmlnster, and St. Andrew's Boys' Bible classes on New Year's Day, nt Henderson Lake.. Send reply to Gordon .Campbell, care of I'.M.C.A. FOOTBALL Old Country Games will be big; not loss than 5500 side. Warner will rmd a new man to. !neet iu Taylor, when they riash Tavlor. breaks and tricks of the ga he displayed, among them the" "fly ing the throw that beat Jacl LUTHER McCARTY'S CHECKERED CAREER Luther Me big cownunch- er who whipped Jiin Fljjnn at Los Angeles Dec. 10 and who will hook up with Al Palzer at the same place New Year's Day lii another of the bouts H Hew Year's Resolution When buying table wine buy the best" We can provide at an exceptionally low price all the purest grades and vintages---luscious cordials, which so gracefully aid digestion and bring satis- faction and contentment to the diner Whiskies and Brandies Of the best known make, front 1.00 per bottle up Table Wines Port, Sherries and Clarets, the best products of the vineyards Something New .Sparkling Demi-Sec. Champagne, made and bottled in France Sold in Splits. 60c each We deliver to all parts of the city Telephone orders promptly attended to THE LETHBR1DGE WINE Phone Bes'in Block. (York Amateur Hockey League at.St.! picturesque career of n Nicholas rink tonight. The score cre uow jn the ring. X the victory over the Crescents establish who is champion white pug- of Brooklyn, champions of the of the world, has had the most of any' of the fight- _____.............g. McCarty is look- was five to four. The hali-mooners ed upon by many, of the experts as missed the veterans, Doc ilills, Hob, the best white fighter of tho day and Wall and Dobhy, in their line-up, hut a strong claimant for the heavyweight Dufresne, the stocky French-Cana- championship of the world, dian, proved a'towcr of strength, ami; Luther McCarty has been a district was largely responsible for the lead messenger boy, cowboy, farm hand. which the Brooklynites got in first period of play. Caihart, the tho lumberman, deep sea sailor, hill stick- er, coal miner, roustabout and many lornicr Yale player, .who replaced and various other things. He first Doc Mills m goal, played consist- saw the light of day. March 17, 1892, lent game, and so did Brown in Boh on a ranch and operated by his father, Hall s old place at point, hut in a 30 inihs outside of Lincoln, Neb. Lu- mix-up Brown got hurt so.badly that ther was always outdoors and most ot he had to leave the ice in the scc-i the time astride a'liorse. ond half, however, white thp His mother died when he was less cents had subs. The Torontonians struck their stride after they got ac- customed to the rink and though tho Crescents put up a stiff argument the visitors forged up even and then at last got the extra point. QUEBEC-BEAT OTTAWA than 2 years of age, but it was not un- til ills father sold the ranch in 1891, that Luther struck out for himself, making his first stop at the home of a relative in Colorado Springs, Colo. Here lie stayed for nearly two years, attending school, much against his wishes, as he longed for the open air make the trip to Buenos Ayres.- From this leading South American city he shipped twice around Cape Horn am then on n Norwegian bark he sailec for- China and Japan. It was off on boat and onto another for threfl years for him, finally landing buck in Buenos Ayres and then making his last trip on the water, jumping the boat on which he had shipped from the Argen tine capital to Boston, when it was outside of Mobile. From Mobile McCartj- roamed into the lumber campa and later into the coal mines. His stay at each place was short, the work not being to his liking. His next stopping' place was at Nashville, Tenn., where he took a try at work in a dairy, but left it to go to work in a construction gang of bridge builders. After one week of hard work he informed the foreman he had decided to quit, but a swinging llrder toppled him, breaking his leg, and he was kept on the pay roll for another six weeks. When able" he mado his getaway he hiked to the open country of North Dakota. Having seen the greater part of the world McCarty went back to his first ove, looking after the cattle on the wide range of the northwest. Inter- fering at a time when the ranch owner, .Quebec, Dec. of 7 j journey penniless. He had to 3 the Quebec hockey team defeat-1 not yet reached his 12th year. Having ed Mic Ottawas last evening in the first game in. the championship ser- ies played here tills season. iifq. He had no liking for the class i Dick Collins, was iu trouble won for room, and to avoid H took French McCarty the ownership of a fine sad- leavo in the night and started on life's BEAT NEW FOR YORK THE SECOND TIME Boston, Dec. Boston A.A. Hockey team defeated St. Nicliolas, of New York, C to 3, at ihe Arena to- night. Tho-Hoston learn has won both games played with its Now York rivals this yea'r. HAILEYBURY BEAT McC-ILL Hailoyhury, OnL, Dec. liury defeated. McOIll here last night by 4 to 3. AND WHERE WAS PAOKEY? Omaha, Neb., Dec. Me- Of Chicago, failed to appear or his scheduled eight-round Doxiun natch with Freddie Daniels', of St. losoph, Mo., tonight hefore the Flam- lean Club, anil his plnco was taken by Clarence H. Kngllsh, of Omaha. The .wo boxers were evenly matched, and u accordance with the 'announcement tim decision given. been raised on n ranch he naturally drifted into the corn fields of Kansas. With the corn-shucking season over, McCarty ambled in. Omaha and landed a position as bill distributer for an ad- vertising concern. He held this down for a few moulbs, then landed .a berth with the Western Union Telegraph Company. He delivered messages and the number ot his cap was 1323. Strange coincidence, but it was in his 13th ring engagement that iilcCarty hung the 23 sign on Carl Morris and made a leap Into the limelight. die horse. With his gift horso he started out to do some riding. He landed in the Sioux reservation and spent about a month among the red skins, then' drifted into Montana. Lack of funds caused McCarty Io sell the horse- and he took up with an advertising concern, doing the country wide advertising for a well known to- bacco. W'hen arriving at Culbertson, Mont., and learning there was to he a. battle in the town, ho decided to stick around and see the fuss. He tied In with one of the principals as sparring partner. He had, from the earliest youth, liked boxing, and whe- ther aboard ship or on land, never let London, Dec. are re- sults! of today's football games: First Division Blackburn Hovers, 0; Derby Coun- Bradford City. 1; Aston Villa, 1. Chelsea, 2; Bolton Wanderers. 3. Everton, 1; Middlesbrough, .0. Oldhnrn Athletic, 3; Sheffield Unit- ed, 0. Sheffield Wednesday, 2; Tottenha; Hotspur, 1. Simderland, 2; Newcastle United, 0 West jJrom'wlch Albion, 3; N'otti County, 0. Woolwich Arsenal, 1; Liverpool, 1. Second Djvision'- Birmingham, 1; Bradford, 1. Blackpool, 1; Hull City, 3. Bristol City, 3; Wolverhampton Wanderers, 1. Clapton Orient, 1; Preston North End, 2. GIoEsbp, 1; Burnley, 3. Grlmsby Town, 4; Bury, 0. Huddersfield Town, 2; Barnsley, 0. Nottingham Forest, 4; Leicestei Tosse, 2. Lincoln City, 3; Stockport County, Leeds City, 2; Fulham, 3. Southern League Norwich City, 2; Queen's Park Harr- iers, 0. Reading, 4; Brentford, 1. Gilllngham, 2; Northampton, 1. Watford, 1; Exeter City, o. 0; Mlllwall Athletic, 4 Stoke. 4; Brighton and Hove, 1. Coventry City, 4; West Ham United, MARKETS ISTHIHIDGl -A slight decline is in evidence in the elevator price oi grain On the local market today. There are no changes in ihc quotations on oth- er commodities. Meats, poultry, bui- icr and continue to fetch hich prices. No. No. No. No. No. N'o. No. Elevator Prlcu Northern Northern Northern 1 'Alberta Hed J Alberta Hod 3 Alberta lied Alberta lied 5 Alberta lied 'ota foes, per cwt. Beets, uer Ib. Carrots, per Ib. 'irnips, per Ilk. Juions, per 0.73 iii 0.02 S? 0.03 H i: .01J i .dj I 'oullry; Live spring chickens, per Ib 'owl __ Ducks 0.2.2 0.15 0.13 O.li Idei: reen, pef rb. ured heep pelt, Mch irep: Jior per cwt. on Moot: ieers, per pound eers, dressed, per Ib owi. pet pound............ ows, dressed, per pound tstna. par Ib. ve, per pound toft orts. per ton O.OB to O.Otvj 0.09 to 0.0314 0.10 to 0.15 8.25 to 0.75 .91 .11 o.H n.pj M.lio ate. per ton, 26.00 oiled pata 27.00 MONDAY'S CASH PRICES Crystal Palace, 1; Swindon Town, 0. Mertiiyr Town, 2; Portsmouth, 0. Plymouth Argyle, 3; Bristol Rovers, The old Wanderlust again took hold pass an opportunity to spar with the of the big "boy, and he made the long: gloves. jump to Los Angeles. Stopping, neces- sarily, many times along the route, ho gathered eating money by all manner and kind of work. In Southern Cali- fornia McCarty spent several months, January 7, 1911, he went In as a sub- stitute for a lighter who had run out of a match against Walt. .Adams, heavyweight of Canada. McCarty put Adams out in the second round. He and then journeyed back to St. Louis, and Adams afterward went on an ex- biit did not larry long, making tracks j hibltion tour, and McCarly attracted for Boston. He longed to see some of tho life on the high seas. Once in the city of beans and culture, McCarty hiked to the wharves and shipped as an fihlcbodind seamnn. Mo was able- Imdled all right, hut not a seaman, so on the lirst day out was reduced to the position ol' apprentice. Tliu boat he ivas on wan mi olil-fashloncMl "wind- jammer." nnil it took four months to the attention .of. Tommy Burns by beat- Ing Joe Iron Phila- delphia. Tommy looked the big cow- boy.over in Calgary and told him he was liable to be a champion of the world some rtay. McCarty, with this encouragement, plunged Into the game In good earnest. He first attracted nation-wide fame by knocking CnrI Morris cold in a couiilo.of Scottish League Rangers, 3; Aberdeen, 1. Hibernians, 2; Alrdrleonians, 2. St. lllrren, 1; Celtic, 3. Clyde, 3; Motherwell, 2. Dundee, 1; Fartick Thistle, 0. Falkirk, 2; Third Lanark, 2. Hamilton Academicals, 4; Itaitl overs, 0. Kilmarnock. 2; Hearts, 2. Queen's Park, It; .Morton, 0. Winnipeg, Man., Dec: The op- tion market opened at an advance, but trade was very dull and there little doing. There is a "good cash demand for. all grades below No. 3 Northern, and. an excellent ex- port demand exists hut the difficulty of getting transportation east from the lakes is hampering the trade. Cash Prizes No. 1 N'or No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor No. -I' NO. 5 No. li Winter No. 1 No. 2 No. 9 No. 4 Oats- No. 2 0. W. No. S C. Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Red No. 2 Feed Ilarley- No. 4 Rejected1 Feed No. IN. W Close- sij- .in" Ill Hi SI} 781 1191 u 21; Rugby The South Africans had an easy vif. lory over Gloucestershire, winning hy 4 points to nil. The following are oth- er results: Swansea, 0. Newport, 0; Old Merchant Cardiff, 3; Aberavon, 0. Leicester, 15; Sale, o. Harlequins, 16; DIacltheath, 0. Irish League London, Dec. football lea- gue result: Bohemians, 0; Shelburne, 2. Northern Rugby Union Droughton Rangers, 5; Oldham, 3. SWntori, 20; York, 3. Wigan, 38; Leigh, 12. Warrington, 21; Leeds, U. Barrow, 28; Widnes, 3. Hull, 23; Braraley, 0. Hull Kingston Rovors, 12; Wake- field Trinity, S. Himslet, St. Helens, D. Halifax, 8; Rochdale Hornets, S. Baltley, 21; Kolghley, 5. Bradford, ii; Dowsbury, 3. ABERCORN AND ARBROTH TIE Glasgow, Dec. game bo- ween Abercorn ami Arhroth was ;iir- CONVIDO 'Don't Say Just Port' but Convido Port.' There's n Difference." CONVIDO HAS BEEN THE STANDARD SINCE D. 0. ROBLIN Sole agent for Canada TORONTO CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by va loday, the score being 2 ail. Quebec ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. .Winnipeg ;