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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. 1911 YEAR'S DAY AT THE RINGSIDE GUNBOAT SMITH PUTPELKEYOUT IN FIFTEENTH Galgarian Started Strong and Made Splendid Showing in Open" ing Rounds-Pelkey Landed Often But Was Unable to Inflict Any Serious Punishment PRESIDENT WENT DOWN TO DEFEAT AT NEW YEAR'S DAY BONSPIEl San Fidiicisto. Jan. !.-/uthur Pel-1>py. Dip only .sUiMblni.; b!iH-k iha'-stooii bctA^cen (iiKiboa; Smiti! ami an iindispuled f'.aim ii' the white ]icavy�-eiglu (.-iNHnpioiisliip oi Ilie -rtorlii. was cfict'iivply \m\ out oi the wa\ tortay by tlio Caliiornia liattier in the fniVciith tov.v.i) oi a schcrtuloil tvcnty-rounii contest in Cofiroth's | arPna. A icnib'r \\s.h\ swini; to the ' ja�" in tlii.s round, ;iiifr I'elkcy had been drawn in by a 'Ci"^ by the left, put the qiiietiis to Arthur Peliiey's chainpion'?hip ambitions. � The blow that pin the bi, !'clke:>' droppcii uitii hl,^ o> os �j:ia.-.>i . Mciiuiiiicaily he s;rui;i;iod to hi.s ieel .-;t the count oi nine, and un-stea(iilv assumeu his UirhtiniJ: pose. .\. Icit and riiht applied .si:i;ultaneously topp'.ed l:ini over n.u'kv. ards. ami lUn-eree llriidii awarded ti;c lii;lu to Stnitii. ItOlNi) 1 'I'liey ,-iparicd in the centre tlic rmc- Smith sent ih.rof. rii;hts; to the .iatv rhoy i (inched I'clkcy put hi.s right to Smith's body. Smith sent in tv.o more liard jolts to l^clkey's jaw, then niis-icd a wild ritilit swina;. I'ei-key landed two -ood rights t.j tlie bodi. Pelkey rushed ;oiius in the j twelve games, Vice-President ,lohuso!i I took nieasu'o oi President Aird's j forces in t.he big preUmiuary curling ! event of the year at the rink yestci-iday. ;m curlers were out in full ; i'orco. .aid ii:u! a vtry onjoyablo da.v. i The president's twelve rinUs niauag-: ed to total IW, points during the day, '^ibilo tile vice-president urged his I men on so that lie came out with 1-."'. Thy [""esident buys tiie oysters lor ' Uie crowd. I Only four times during tlie day did iiho president's biinners float to the I breeze-liis winners being Skips ^Scott, Kcbiiison. .loliii iiruce and He-' .N'abli. The president hinisel: went I down for the hardest def,eat of the i day, ivhen l"'ae vice-president took iiiis measure K'l-t. I In the mornin^; draw rtie presideut's i forces got away to a good ata;rt, capturing three o� the four matches, and : coming out on top eight points up. R. H. Davidson saved the vice-president ' from l>e;ng swept off the ice altogeth-' er. winning by one point over George Wanless. In the afternoon the tables were . turned, and although the president ^ himself was playing, a'il four riuks v.enl down, the ^^ce-presldent win- ning back his eight points lost in the forenoon, with three to spare, when he crossed brooms with the president, Tito afterU'Oon's play resulted in the .lohnson rink being !) points up, or 11 jioints to the good on the two draws. In the evening the games were divided three and one, the small end going lo the presidetit, when D. D. MoNabb won over 1--. "SV, Clark. The \iee-presidenc was oiio up on the evening play, making- the total twelve up on the day Tile results were; 10 o'clocl clinched. Smith hooked left altflck only made the cha.nipion more to jaw and Pelkev landed tv.o "ights anxious for a Knockout, and he quick- to kidnevs with iii.^ open .'loves Pel- Jy made Pelkey assume the defensive >^jvUen he caoie back in the twelfth In the ninth round tain began to ||laU, and continued to the sudden Siriith's aggressiveness culminated in a clean-cut rtghv to the chin, and his .superior all-round v>ork in a" but if wo or t'r.ree rounds did much to .pave his way to victory. Pelkey prov-^j-d a keen disappointment, being slow and .seldom taking the fight to his .shiftier opponent. key missed a right to jaw, hut landed a good leit. Once more .Smith fail-eii to connect with his right suing, and Pelkey put right and left to body. HOUND 4 They sparred for an opening and clinched. Pelkey blocked two lefts to jaw and put a hard right to Smith's bod}. He followed with a leit to jaw. and Smith fell ilown to save himself. .\ series of clinches followed. Smith put a liard left to the body, hut Pel-.key only fumbled. In the clinches Pel-key worked t.Jic kidney blow on London. Jan. 1.-Footb.ill grames iplayed today resulted as follows: I First Division Blackburn Rovers. t>; BuriUey. 0. j Uoiton Wanderers, S; Tottenham, i). ' Liverpool, 0: Bradford City, 1. ; .Manchester I'uited. 1; West Brom-; wich Albion. 0. i Aliddlesborough, 'i: Derby County, i. Xewcast'ie United, 0; .Manchester Icity. I. i Oldham Athletic, i': Everion, o. j Sheffield United. Z: Astoii Villa. 0. � Sunderland, :J: Preston North End, ' '.. : Second Division 1 Banisley, 2: Hiiddeirsfield Towu, U i Blackjxiol, 2: WolveiOampton W., 0. i Buiy. 1: Pulham. 0. : Giossop-Bristol City, postponed. At New Orleans, Freddie We.lsh, i tho English llglitweiight, defeated i Johnny Dundee cf N'ew York in n ten-round bout, which ^\as a real light throughout. Wells' Successor Bandsman Vtlnke. the chnnii>ion English middleweight, defeated "Dixie Kid," American negro bo.xer, on point.s in a JOirouud fight m Jjcmdon last night. The "Ivid" knocked out Carpentier in five .rounds in 1911. Redmond and NVolgast Ad. Wolsast, former lightweight I champion, defeated .lack Redmontl of Milwaukee at the latter place yestei^ day. in five rounds of a scheduled ler. round bout. The referee stopped the fight. Levinski in Form "Battling" Lwlnskl a light heavyweight of New York, knocked out Tom Daly, the Omaha giant In the second round, outboxing his opponent from the start. The bout was pulled jff in Gotham. "Sapper" in Gotham "Sapper" O'Xeil, English light-weight pugilist, outpipinted Jolmny H;iirvey of Xew Y'ork, li-j a ten-rotind bout In the latter place last night. Young Fo.v, also of England, proved too much lor "Kid" Herman, a bantamweieht from Pekiu, 111., in another bout at Xew '^'ork. Fisher Aggressive ,foo Mandot of New Orleans and Earl Fisher of Cleveland fought an interesting battle at Chjveland, in whicli no decision was given, showed the mo.st class. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOtJS Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policiea or other valuables in one of these boxes U.9 tOR FtmrOER INFORMATION APPtT VO Lethbridge Branch - - R. T. Brymner. Mgr. FINE HOCKEY GAME B Ulairniorc, .Jan. 1.--\"o one could fail lo admire the line display of hockey as played by tlic lilairmore team, or refrain from giving high praise to the visiting team, for tlieir .splendid defense in the game between Hlairmore and t'olcmaii on .New Year's day. With a reverse of !) .goals to 2 against Iheni, the home team Fisher 15;i>p,,e(i ^, i-calize that they had to i put up a much different display than Smii'r, Put to Sleep j in their .game al l-'rank, and this Dave Smith was Imocked out at they certainly did, to the extent; that Sydney, Australia, by Eddie JIc- Coleman, the holders of the t'rayer Notts County, 1: Woolwich Arsenal, �d. Stockport County, i': Binninghaui.O. Southern League Cardiii: City 2; Bristol Rovers, 0. Scottish League Dundee, 0; Aberdeen, 1. Morton. 0; Airdrieonians, 2. Celtie. 4: Rangers, i}. Falkirk, 1: Cl.vde, 0. -Motherwell, '.:'.; Hamilton Academicals, 1. Kilmarnock, 3; St. -Vlirren. 2. ' Partick Thistle, 1; Third Lanark, 2. j Northern Union 1 Halifax, 16 pcints; Hull, U. j Hull Kingston Rovers, &; Wigau, C. j Dewsbury, 5: OldhtirB, t. ; St. Helens, 8: Huddersfield. S. ; International At Paris-Ire'iand. S; France, G. Goorty, the .'Vmerican boxer, in one minute and a half. There 'were Ifi.OOO spectators. "Bud" Goes to Mat Leach Cross, for the second time in six montlis, knocked out "Bud" Anderson of Medford, Que., at Los Angeles. The end came in the se\-enth, when Anderson went down for the third time, taking the count the last time. Cross 'was bis master in every round. New Canuck Middleweight Champ Br defeating Billy Weeks at Vancouver, Frank Mantell of Sacramento founght his way to the Canadian mid-dieweight championship belt. The verdict was doubtful, but Mantell's sttperior in-fighting won him the title, in tie referee's opinion. The fight opened with the Gunner Smith.xbut he put one over with open .forcing matters -with snappy lefts to crjove. ;*he face,, but Pcikey, making hi.s best ~ ' POtAD " isKow-iri'K,'drove in several liard rights I ,,/ 1 '', |to tlie^odv and face that staggered ' Both .ought cautiously tor an op-yiiitff and;^eat him to his comer -^'""S- ^T't''. sent a nght to body r'e4*J�^m the mouth. The crowd t"" .1, "f. l"""? , ^'^":''>\ .^'"Sged Canadian, and bets were ^ with a hard left to the ,aw. ten monev that he would ^""'"-^ led with hi.s ie.t several times, ^second round Smith scor- f Pelkey hacked I'elk.y sent right to the jaw. and in the � ^^'"'^'z landed a very low _ 5cikev clouted his man vicious- au'i then apologized by shaking "7ver the Iridnevs. Rounds four and,"'*"'''^ ^"^^''^ ive were without feature, but in the fSi^th Smith forged to the front and thet-eaiter never was in danger. In HOUND r, Pelkey put a short right to the jaw 'and Smith landed a left hook to the this round he fought the Canadian to iaw. Smith tried two left uppercuts a standstill with left uppercuts. send- tlie clinches, but missed. He then ing him .tt> his corner dazed and ''Cnt left and right strings that went jhlecding from the mouth. Smith con- vvild. Smith clipped a hard right to tinlied to gain confidence as the light Pelkey'.s jav,-, Pelkey sent right to progressed, dancing around his bulkier opponent, and worked his left to at advantage and forced Pelkey tu llincli for shelter. .VIter,thirty seconds' fighting in (he fifteenth round Smith feinted with hi.s I; Ifft, then swung his right- with light-�\linK-iike rapidity. The blow landed CHEW .iaw. Pelkey put a .short one to the jaw, drawing blood frtini (lunboat's mouth. Smitii landed on the mouth. fiOl ND 7 Smiih resiled Peike)-, takiiii'- two good h'ft.s to the jaw, and forced to th>' rope, I'elkoy caii^e b.ack, but Suiilh side-stepped the bod.\ blows, i-'with a crash on Pelkcy's unpvotevtcil PeUtey appeared to be tiring, and I'- ' 1 Smith became aggressavf. lie missed 'two lens lo ja\i Pelkey landed a 1(00(1 right to the body. .Smith sent a left to the body. Smith forced Pel-kc)' and sent a right hand uppcrciit. lie then swung at Pelkey, but Pelkc>-covered up and stalled. iiOUND s i.io!h s|)arred. Sniith peppered Pcl-jkey v.ith several ieits lo jaw. Pel-key held on and looked fagged. Smitli iorced the linhiing and sent a right iiiid left to the jiiw. The crov.d hooted Pelkey for continual clinching. Pelkev put a right to the jaw and SiuiUi came back \n'tli two light rinhls. liolii missed right swings to the jaw and clinciied. ROUA!) U .Smith broke free from a clinch and suddenly shot out a hard left to the jaw, staggering Pelkey, who clinched Smith to save hiir.seif. Smith broke the diiich witli a left uppercut to the I jaw followed bv a right to the iwdv. I n^ii--.. 1.-1.' -- ' �- ..... ! ROUN'D 10 j Smith missed the jaw. Pelkey �clinched three times and the crowd 'hooted. Smith fell to his knees try-iing to deliver a right uppercut and j Pelkey stood looking at him in a.s-I tonishment. Smith put a good leit to the jaw and then missed a left i swing. ! ROUND 11 Smith missed a right to the body and they clinched. Smith put left to the jaw and Pelkey staggered Smith with a right and left to jaw and Smith replied with right to iaw and left lo bod v. ROUND 12 .Smith staggered Pelkey with a right and left to jaw, coming out oi a clinch. Pelkey recovered quickly, Smith slopped a right and put left to Pelkey's jaw, who stood looking at him helplessly. They again clinched. Smith worked Pelkey over to his ovm corner and sat down as the bell jrang. i ROUND n i Smith put left to jaw. Pcikey had a chance to wade in, but he overlooked it. Pelkey sent a short right to jaw. Smith jabbed with leit and right, one of the blows scored. Smith shot a hard right to jaw and missed tvith the left. lie landed another right i in the clinch that followed. Smith sent right to bod\ and Pelkey held on. i POUND 11 j Smith landed two vicious lefts �: > > > : ? ? ? : > ? ? ? > ? > > > > ? ? > ? ? ? ? > MANY CONIESIANTS COMPETED IN INTER-SCHOOL MEET Over thirty youngsters appeared in ? 1 their fighting togs at the "Y" yester- Kdinburgh, Scotland, Jan, L'. -Hans Holmer, of New Y"ork, today won the annual professional modified Marathon race at the Powderhall track. He led at the firtish by twenty yards, and beat a large field, containing many prominent international ath'ietes. Holmer was also victor in ]!)11, CHIEF HONORS MAPLE TOBACCO IMIUD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. ............._____ |u9bee Winnipeg i'''''''' "" "Suin and looked dis- - _ � tressed. Pelkey braced and led with - Jeehle righl.s but Smith danced away jii^HBmmmBHum! and ^ ti> body, but hi.s left to jaw was blocked. Pelkey missed with both hands and Smith clinched. Smith landed two hard rights to the jaw in the clinch but Pelkey dodged .Smith put left to Pelkey's jaw, but Pelkev held on. Smith stageered Pelkey with left liook and a tight swing to the jaw, Pelkey coming back with a right to jaw. ROUND ir> Smith knoc'Kcu I'elkey down with a hard ieit swing to jav.'. Pcikey took couul of nine and arose, only to be promptly knocked down again for the hnal ro'j;,!. Calgary, Dec. .'il.-Calgary carried off the chief honors of the Alberta championship swimming meet at the Y. M. C. A. natatorium last night, taking the club honor.s by -U points lo 30 for Edmonton, and winning the Black trophy for a team race, after the most exciting contest seen in this province for a long time. The first race was a dead heal, and the teams were ordered back into tlic water by j the judges. This time Wraith, of Cai-� gary, beat Ockenden, of Kdmouton, to j the linal length of the pool. day morning for the Sunday school indoor meet, the results showing Knox a.a the champions. Each boy was weighed, classified accordingly, and sent into the gym. to compete in each event The boy coming out first in each event made five points for h'ls school, second three points, and third one point. Great excitement .prevail-ed throughout the meet, each contestant being determined to do his best for his school. The meet was conducted according to tho standard efficiency tests, and it res.-Hugh Mcllvena, Wesley, 7 3-5sec. nG-UOlbs.-Fred .lackson, Wesle.v, and Wm. Marshal, Knox, dead heat, S sec. llM2.51bs.-iMiillard Robison, Knox, 7sec. Over 12olbs.-James G. Ca.iupbell, Knox, 7scc. Broad Jump cup, had to take defeat by four goals to one. Had it not been for the lino 'display by Holmes, the Coleman goal-keeper, tiic score must have been at least double figures, that player saving all kinds and sorts of shots from the Blairmore boys, who seemed, more especially during the last 30 minutes, in irresistible form. There was a largo crowd of supporters of ( both teams present. When the puck | was faced off, Grieshach of Coleman, immediately forged ahead, only lo he , heavily checked by Lewis, whose de- I fense throughout the whole game was a great help to the home team. During a scrimmage in mid-ice, Williams broke away for Coleman, and taking a sudden shot, had the gratification of -seeing the puck pass Briscoe, the result Coleman being one up. The home goalie should easily have saved the shot, hul by some unaccountable action on his part the puck sailed easily by him, although later in the game he retrieved himself by making one or two clearances, although it cannot be said his work inspired confidence in the rest of his colleagues. See saw play took place for a while, Coleman crossing over at the first period leading by one goal. During the second twenty, and by some splendid work by Grace, Turner and Turcott, the Blairmore boys eventually wore down the defense of tlie Coleman team, Turner succeeding in equali/Jng. There is no denying the faci; that the Coleman boys were not up to their standard of a week ago, when they succeeded in beating Bellevue by 'i to their work and shooting upon the present occasion being very poor indeed, Gricshack alone playing anything like his usual game. During the second period one or two stoppages took place for minor injuries to the players, osving to the soft nature of Ihe ice, which was very soft owing to the summevliko weather prevailing. I pon the commencement of the linal twenty a great change came over the Blairmore attack, there was no holding llicm, and it could be easily .seen that either the Coleman del'enso would have to extend themselves more,-and they were playing a great, game up to now,-or Holmes would again have lo use all his ingenuity to prevent the Blairmore Icain from scoring as practically the whole ot the players from point to rover, were intent upon getting a goal. By skilful combination, backed up by a -solid defense, more goals were added, Blairmore being winners as stated. With the exception of Briscoe being a little on the nervous side, and God--dard sulTcriiig from the effects of a previous accident, the whole of tho Blairmore hoys displayed a class ot hockey that must carry them well forward in the league. Of the Coleman team it is hard to say, maybe some of them were suffering from the New Year's festivities. Holmes aU'l tiriesback e.xceptcd. The teams : Blairmore--Briscoe, Ijcwis, Gardner, Grace, Turcott, Goddard and Turner. Coleman-Holmes. William.';, Ories^ back, Hogan. .A. Graham, W. Uva� ham and Hatfield. The following is the remainder oj the .schedule, to be played on tha first named ice : ,lan. (>-r''rank vs. Coleman. Jan. 9-Bellevue vs. Blairmore. � Ian. I.'?-Coleman vs. Frank. .Ian. l(i-Blamirmore vs. BoUeviie. ,lan. 30-Frank vs. Bellevue. .Ian. 23-Blairmore vs. Frank. Jan. 27-Bellevue v.s. Coleman, .Ian. .'id-Coleman vs. Blairmore, STANDING OF TIU'; LEAGl^ . Goals P. W. L. For Ag'sl, F'rank ... t'olenian .. Bellevue .. Blairmore 1 2 1 �3 1. 2 1 V 11 B B B THEY NEVER QUIT You may beat him, and flay him and clout liim all day, Y'ou may plaster him flat ou tli.^ floor. But the biittereit ex-champiou al-wayti will say: "I am better than, ever hefore!'' NOTICE To the Householders, Boarding House Owners, and Owners of Flats and Apartments Lethbridge ' l.'nder SOlbs.-Charlie .lones, .St. Ockenden, the 17-year-old unknown i Cyprian's, "ft. 4in. from Edmonton, was again individual \ ' si-9o'ibs.-Hugh'Mcllvena, Tft. f;i,Mn. star, and had it not been for the i (,C-I101bs.-Fred Jacksol^, Tft. Sin. great work of this youngster the nor- , ^^uAZrAhB. - Millard Robison and thern delegation would have lared I Clarence Sherlock, St. poorly indeed for the unknown was .y^^ the onlv northerner able to more A BASEBALL PROBLEM Uuluih. Minn., Dec. Zi.-.\t a meeting of club owners of the Ncrthern Baseball league here loda.v, most of tho time was taken up with the fjues-tion oC pooling of .grandstand receipts. President Pulforrt, of Winnipeg, was lirmly againgt the proposition, and ho was supported by President Mluine, of l!u-, Dululh chib. Arrayed againBt them wore the iimgiiatcH nf the other ClUlln. than hold his own with the speedy Calgarians. Ockcnden's name will get onto the record books of the Alberta swimmers in good style, for he continued his record-breaking stunts of the opening night. 'A Splendid Pick-Me.Up An Oxo Cube in a capful of hot water is just that nourishment whichgivesatonce new life and vigour. � PurV beef-goodnessinaread-'. ily assimilable form.- Handy-Convenient -Keady in a minute. - 0(|ual, 7 Over m. 5in. Atigustin's, I'iiGlbs.-jfime.s O. Campbell, 100 Yards SOlbs.-Charlie Jones, 15 2-5 Under Bee. 81-S*i;ibs.-Hugh Mcllvena, Ij-l-'isec, !i6-1101bB.-Fred Jackson, 15 2-53ec. l]l-1251bs.-Millard RoI>ison, 14 :j-5 sec. , ' Over 1251bB.-Jamci G. Campbell, ID l-Ssec. Hop, Step and Jump SOlbs. and under-Ghaa'lle Jones, 21ft. nVzin. en-951b6i.-Hugh iMcHvena, 21ft. lOVain. 96-1 lOlbB.-'Fred Jackson, 21tt. IVl-. lil to IL'olbB.-iLeon Uunsworth, Christian, 21ft. lO'/ain, Over 12.')lbH,-Gale .McKaln, Knox, 2')ft. 'IVi'ln. (.'harllo Jones, under SOUih., dlstanc ed these in ne.xt three clnHsos. The United Farmers of Alberta will hold their annual Provincial Convention in this city on January 21, 22 and 23,1914 If ytui liii.\'c siiarc i'unushed rooiiis Aviiieli could used 1)y dcl(\!L>,'atCi; on liic ai)ove dates |)lcas(> coHijiiimicalo iinniedliitoly Avitli D. 'f. JL'iy, Secrclary of tlic Lollib.nd,i>-c Board oi' '.rradc. cuclo.siiio' altaclu^d coupon. TO THE SECRETARY ' ' LETHBRIDGE BOARD OF TRADE: I can provide rooms and breakfasl for ........... Delegates, at a rate of $.................. jici- delegalp, per day. on the dates referred lo, Jly Address is: .N.a.UlO......................................... .STUKKT .MF.M'BKU. . 45 ;