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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETrrBRIDGE DAILY 'HERALD -.Wednesday, -Tanuary Wrestling HACK.FAILED TO ;THROW. OPPONENT Oniiha, Jan, Hackenschmldt worked for an fiour in an attempt Jesse; Westergard twice, but tailed to secure one fall, the Wg Dane being awarded the .match. A A ACTION IS Football ENGLSSH FOOTBALL k London, Jan. are the results First Division League foot- ball played today: .v .Manchester City, 2; Tottenham Hot- spurs, 1.. United, 1: Preelon Xortli LION" FAILS TO UN- :'y; ISSUED BLUFF, Cbicaio, Jan. large peeve has been acquired George Hacken- -'schmidt, the "Russian because Gotch announced he would i ..iJvsrestle hiia for the world's champion- :aad then changed his mind. vf-' ;down the electric light "wires. 4- Fact and Fancy "Poets can't make "a living these days. It's this cold, unfeeling age that crushes their-----" "Nonsense! It's their own fault if they can't make a living. I offered one of ...'em to mow my lawn" last week and: he wouldn't do it.. The trouble with poets is they're Athletics CANADIAN WON A BIG EVENT Jan. 2. Holmer, American, won the. professional. mai-ath- on on.the Powderhall grounds yesterday, .record time Jihrs. 32mins. 21secs., de- reating: iw'enty runners of -.continental and British fame. NOT MUCH MONEY FOR CHAM. PION; LACROSSE TEAM Montreal, 'annual port, of the National A.'A. Bhowr.thJil lacrosse netted the champions of N. L. U. about sum is a small .one coDfiderinic the tremendous interest taken', by thi Freuch Canadian population in that team and the big crowds-that greeted them in all their league matches. No Jess than was taken ii b> tiie Natiouals in gate aa amouut greater than the history of licrosso uerej-aiidfyet out" of the big sum the expenJie of r.unniris professional team left only profit, on As th'e New iu search of the Mlu- to cup is charged ap. In the' financial statement as incurring a lots of lacrosse brought in actually" lesg thau the given approximatelyVai the profits made by the'chsuiplbnB.: As Nationals were playing 6n their own grounds with no one to.divide up the receipts with, state- ment should prove of Interest to hoc- key clubs and hotkey at odds on the salary question. Na- tionals had no rink percentage, to pay, and they drew such u no rtnk could accomniodate: The salary list for players U coin-" paratively not a heary -one. With twelve men instead of seven, an4 a season of four months of ten: weeks as in bockej', the Nationals paid their players in all This was the heaviest charge rev- enue. The otlierr..leadingzexpanses were: Equipment, allowance to visiting clubs, -In all the ex- penses totalled _.-.. The match with Toronto'drew the largest crowd of the season; That-with Montreal came next, 14.344. The statement one more argu- nierit against exhibition games. The exhibition games with Toronto here brought the club only and the other two played during the seaaon.. hro.ufht in lees lhan a league. game with evea a tail-ender. "Thy will be done" calls for co- operation as well as resignation.." When you see a saint fldundering around you may he sure he is trip- ping over borrowed garments of piety. I leiea admired. Great They will be repaired today, Cranfcrook and Feruie also met in a it is especce'd, for-skating to- very close and exciting hockey game, -r1 j resulting in a win for, Cranbrook with things were planned. for him. Tom was not .born, :as the -saying goes, with a silver spoon in his mouth, 'and nev- er had. much. "of -a chance in the seats of learning. :It was decided to raise 'by-popular, subscription and give' him 'the e'ducatioti that he had been How different has been the after- math. The educational project with- ered like a leaf .in autumn and the city .-treasurer of Toronto is send- ing "out circulars seeking advice as tn ,the. disposal of the paltry few dollars realized when the fund was opened. Had Longboat traversed the straight jrj JL, il, .1, I a Or -i- T- -T- -7. "4" -v- v.. PICK YOUR MAN IN WHITE HOPE STAKES THERE'S PLENTY OF THEM BE- ING PLAYED AS THE COM- !NG -.CHAMPION- G you white man's hope 1 He is sprouting out in- every cor- the. former idol in an form, is a very poor drawing card In the province which once idolized him. S "THE FASTIDIOUS 'MAN'S WHISKY" C08BVS "Special Selected Rye Whisky 99 S and it is quite likely that of the globe, a significant amount would have ac- American soil is a panicularly fer- cumulated, but Tom didn't, and source for their growth and de- public lost faith in him and refused to part with their shekels. Even now former idol of the Marathoners. every veteran fighter in the attempt 10 regain his old-time has one of them. Tnose thai haven t are -preparing 10 at the first opportunity. Four or five of them are prominently before the public right now. Others are coming up. Only the other "day the startling announctment was made that the prevailing fashion had germ- ed itself upon Jack Johnson, the tar- get of all the and he had proceeded to gather one for himself. Tpmrav Ryan, former middleweight champion, has one; so has Joe Cho- ynoskl; Jim Gcrbett has 'several of er, even offering, to take him West and make liim a member of his train- Ing camp. Instead, O.'-Kelly came'-to Chicago, was picked up by. Tommy Kyan; who saw possibilities in him, and then, sure enough, he became a rear fighter. Tommy took him home to Syracuse after he .had soldi nis Michigan fruit, farm near Beriton Harbor, and Con has made good in the several contests he had there. jMcLeod Choyn'ski's' Man Cnoynski's man is Miles McLeod, a Dig Missouri farmer.. .Toe got in touch with him through a brother who lives in Chicago, went down; there tp look mm over, was diily impressed and now has him, showing this week, over at tnem In view; several others are self-ja J supported and unattached at the pres- ent time. O, yes, it's just lovely ;he is the whisky of the man. Follow his unerrins judgment. Try this famous whisky yourself; buj first, put 2way all preconceived notions .of is best. Judge it by the infallible test of comparison. The aroma is an irresistible invitation to taste. And the flavor is a delectable treat For an appreciative delicate and velvet smooth. Corby's "Special Selected" is a super- latively fine whisky, thoroughly matured. On Mte everywhere. Try it. jw.-vy the new fighters with an am- I-billon to lambast the everlasting day- as jugtts out of the man of shade are springing up all over. "Hopes" Almost all Giants All of them are big, in Tact, in most cases. Ryan's man is Con O'Kelly, a real Joe says he believes the young man will make good. He has yet to be tested, but before he is Joe intends to drum into a whole lot of ideas on the fighting game. Then he will be ready for the fire. Johnson's man is Walter Monahan, Irishman from the Pacific Jack picked him up out there Coast. wtiile he was training near the Cliff House, took a strong fancy to him, and after 'the Reno affair brought him on to'Chicago with him. Later Mona ban was offered the position of sparring partner, .to the champion find accepted It gladly. Monahan Making Good -Jack says the young fellow i a Mick of the trans- planted or hothouse but one jjust atter stepping off the old sod. j nan llhes the game and is willln jL'on Is a giant as far as height 5s con- learn, something that Johnson ca sa ing good and will improve with great strides. He'likes him because'Mon to cannot cerned, but he is of trim build. jsay about the other men he has tried Cornelius came to this country as alas partners, wrestler without a thought of break- In the table of measurements print ;ing into the fighting gams. He was ed herewith of tbese men a good com s thie CO.S ranee Sale Starts To Morrow CANADIAN Western EXCURSIONS SINGLE FARE PLUS fZ.FOR ROUNO TRIP Hsad Offices: Montreal. "Corbys of for Over ga [Olympian chamr'ton, having trimmedjrarison with the present champion{ ;ail otner nations during the am-i will be found. McLeod and iateur carnival in London two years overtop the others in the matter of ;ago. He big but when sheer bale, with percaps the he landed here ar.d took ou some of tmnmer of the-two. Monahan is the real good oms it was of the lot, but, as Johnson a hurry that he was a long is plenty big enoiiga, as he hlm- 'sair -wen the championship at 203 s-at Reno. Monaban. in strict jjrobahly would' be brought [try. He amused Jeff, for he is a nat 'down to 135 pounds. Ja He happened to rsm into Jeffries the latter's tour o' the cour-itraining fie amused Jeff, for he is a nat down to From nil stations Jn Port Arthur and Vvest, ba, vnd Alliortr. 10 Vancouver Victoria and Westminster Canadian Pacific Railway FIRST'ANNUAL EXCURSION on sale December 15, 16 nad 17, 1910; January. 20, 21, 22 and 23 and February 14, 15 arid 35, 1911; good, to re- turn within threo' months from date of to nearest C. tor tnii Los Angeles. Gal r BY SPECIAL TRAIN FROM WASH., TUES., Tickets on sale and 17. '11 Finnl return limit, 90 days FAKE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO LOS ANGELES RETURN s and ret-jmlnq Spokane Going via Spokane, returning Above fares include berth and meals from Spokane on going trip For full information regarding theso and other excursion apply to neai'est C.P. Ry. Agent, or to R. G. McNEILLIE, District Pawenoer Agent. Calvary, ;