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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TITtt LETIIBRIDGB DAILY HERALD Si, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS TOPED Trimmed to a Finish in Hockey Encounter at Calgary Last Night A rather bum aggregation of hockey players it was who eented Leihbrklge in Calory Iast night against the Shermans. The team was not representative of this city's besi hockey material, und even if it was this team had its nerve going up against a bunch of well-seasoned the pick of prac- tice in team play, and it was meeting of FRANK HEFFERNAN The former Ottawa College athlete who Is starring for the Toronto A. A. FOOTBALL to the Calgary, Alta., .Ian. Cal- gary. Shermans trimmed the Leth- briilso team'here last night to the] tune oi fourteen to one. j H was scarcely halt" a minute after the blowing of the starting whistle: Hut Alex. J-Jciluph netted the dis; for the first score. Bishop got the disc, hut it was taken away (com him j by Taylor. The visitors made an at- tack but the was reversed when the Calgary forwards got their DRAW FOR THE SECOND combination working. MeHugh ROUND ENGLISH CUP the puck on the rebound from. the j boards and the rest was easy. Sex- following is smith netted again within another j draw for-tha second round of the half minute. Then immediately after j English to he played' on the third face-off Sexsmith passed to} the.'grounds -of the first named club, McHugh, who shot, the puck through) February 1: a crowd at tho goal mouth with score j Glllingham or Barnsley vs Black- number three. Sexsmith broke into burn Rovers or Xoi-thampton. Old Country Games the calcium a minute later with a pretty angular shot. The scoring was Hull City vs Newcastle United or 'Bradford City. so rapid that the scribes could scatce-i Portsmouth or Brighton and Hovo ly keep count. Terry McGovcre got Albion vs Everton or Stoekport Coiin- the puck and made a brilliant indivi- dual run, shot against the tend- er's pads and Mctlugh followed up and scored number five. SOME FISTICUFFS The scoring was getting monoton- ous, so Terry McGovern and one oi the Lethbridge team livened up mat-: ters with a one-round encounter. They were torn apart by the judge of play but the game continued. The spectators' interest this fair was interrupted by Sexsmith, ty. Bradford or Barrow vg Wolverhamp- ton or London Caledonians. Derby County or Aston Villa vs West Bromwich Albion or Westham United. Huddcrsfield or Sheffield United vs Oldham Athletics vs Chesterfield Town or Notts Forest. Plymouth Argyle- vs Manchester United. Coventry City Milhvall Athletics or vho scored number sot number seven h Qlleeus p R :ame half a minute later, also scor- ra Croydon Common or Woolwich Ar- senal vs Liverpool or Bristol City. Stoke or Reading vs Tottenham Hotspur or Blackpool. Chelsea vs Sheffield Wednesday or Grimsby Town. ed hv SexEtaith. Alex. McHugh guilty for number eight and also for cumber nine and Denny MaosetB lor number ten. Tke game had only been in progtesn fifteen minutes and tec goals had been scored. 1 The game, -nr rather scoring, was delayed for a" few minutes b7 tat locals, who played with their oppon- ents, begging them to score, but there was nothing doing. Archie Bish- op then netted the eleventh goal of the evening. Lethbridge finally broke into the score column, McBillis, gefr- tin'g a rebound from the boards and shutting his eyes, banged the puck bet-ween the flags, the score at hali time was 11 to 1. SECOND HALF Ajex McHugh scored the twelfth goal for the local team within a min- ute of the start of the second spasm, 'Archie Bishop came down within a- minute of the start of the second 'Archie Bishop came down within a minute alter the twelfth goal, corkscrewed through the helpless defence oi the visitors, then pass- ed to McHugh, vvho netted the hoo- doo tally. Terry McGovern pleaded guilty for number fourteen. That-was about all theto to the game worth mentioning. The teams lined up as follows Shermans McCarthy McGovern Bishop Sexsmith McHugh Manners Thompson Goal Point Cover Rover Centre Right Left Wing Lethbridge Rilling Taylor Berine Dunne McGillis Charlton Gillette SLOSSON BEAT YAMADA Jap Mads a Fine Had Good Average St. Louis, Jan. Kojj Yaniada made a high run of 131, he -was defeated tonight by George -Slos- con, 400 to 356, in the -first block of a point 18.2 balk line billiard high'rim was 68, but In hts twenty-six innings, he av- eraged 15 14-26. The Japanese aver- ftffed 14 6-25. Crystal IVUac Bury. Leeds City or Burnley v Southampton or South Western Camilla Baseball league will be held. President called mooting hia( week, but whether ihfiro will be mtii'h accomplished at iho muctiiiH ia another Sain Savage represent Calgary at the met Hup. An invitation luis been extt-nded to all tho eastern cities, viz., Saskatoon, Helena, .llooso Jan', Bnnhlou, and Win nipei--, to send reprfsiTiialives to the and talk a leninie? for next year, but it ts doubtful if anyone from those places will attend. "We must have a league noxt Sam Savage last nisrht, "that will be much different from this year's We must set some ot iheso eastern ciries aud form either a six or eiyht team league, with rivalry between western cities much greater than can exist iu a league composed of all Alberta towns. There vlu fihout ?200 left in the treasury, and I think it "would be a good plan to use this money in paying the expenses of someone to visit these eastern cities and endeavor to Interest them In a good league. If the eastern cities send delegates to the meeting on Tuesday at Edmonton, this will b0 unneces- sary, but 1 think it will require a lit- tle talking up. before interest is again awakened in the cities we need." Mr. Savage went on to state that the the local club lost greatly last year, but he fs going to stick with the ship, Tuesday, January 14, Fernie Better on Combination Play Than Their Heavier Opponents first sep- srttisfuotory com'ul tuition, and ivcur to (Special to The Herald) fernie, B.C., Jan. hi tho 'of the Crow's Nest Leftguo to be played here, llliiinnoi'o's tette wont down !o defeat in a of fairly hockey wiih iia- asKrcguiion in thu Fcrnii; to- night. Three t to periods were played. At the cntl of the first period tiio score stood. 2 At tho oist'iiins oi' ihu sc court nerlod Keniio boys ln'yiin to yet a more the- Sur- ette, of Bialrmore, refused to leave tho Ice when penalized by Iteferoo James -Miller, for ami n. delay of fiEteou minutes annoyed liio siuli- i'nce. A truco was finally patched up, and was resumed with Benson, of Hlairmore, who had been judge play, as referee. In the next few minutes Fernie scored five goals and uialrmore one, the second period ending In the third period play wag not very anapjvy, Fernio scoring four times and Vilalrniore once. Although the Btainnorc boys -were heavier than the Fernie team, the superior combination of tho latter won the game. The_Fcrnit> line-up was: Goal, Cudilen; point, Wixlace; cover, Milne; centre, McQuinn; rover Thrasher; left wing, Duniop; right wing, Dnrland. The- lllfiirmoro team vtzx: Goal, Ford; point, Lewis; cover, Hourko; rover, Turner; centre, Bur- ette; left wing, Godard; right wing, Paul, ROYAL CtTY ARENA One of Best on the Continent to Be Opened on Thursday Next Vancouver, B.C., Jan. on the part of. the contractors io-fis- Ish the arena, has necessitated a post- ponement of tomorrow's scheduled match in New Westminster, between to come out of retirement before Vancouver and New Westminster's many wccits. Gotch gave up the hockey teams. Work Ss rushed, (heavyweight championship because and it Is expected that the new Royal there wan no worthy opponent to BOY GLIDES TO DEATH ON HAND-SLEIGH How Herbert Milllnharten, the 12-year old son of Mrs. James Stewart, was killed at the King Street crossing of the C. P. R. in Weeion, Ont. He slid directly In front of the engine if a freight-train and wao cut In two. JACK JOHNSON BREAKS FOR CANADA WITH WIFE Police Stopped Them at Battle Creek-Tom Flannigan Says He Was Going to Toronto to Complete Arrangements for Fight in Paris with Palzer Toronto, Ont., .Ian. cham- pion .lack Johnson's detention at Battle Michigan, this niorning Tout Flanagan says that Johnson was due here at 3 o'clock this attcr- would come on. lie WITS to have come Sunday afternoon hut was de- tained and could not leave xuitil last night. Flanagan reached Johnson hy tele- phone at fiattle Creek Ibis morniivj noon with his wife. He hail made av- j and learned the particulars. The mngcmoiits to leave Chicago last [negro champion i.s under or rest night at U o'clock. He wired'Flau- airan Friday and evidently had little intention of jumping his hall bond then, inasmuch as he asked Flanagan whether he could RO to Chicago On important business or whether it would he more convenient for him to come on here. Tom wired him that he coimt not get away just at this time, and Johnson replied that he but is detained under police surveil- lance until the Chicago otlim's ar- rive. Johnson also told feu the first time what business wns bringing him to Toronto. He had re- ceived an offer of to fight Palmer at Palis and here MARKETS Lf.THBKIDGE Elevator Prices Northern Alberta Hod Alberta lU'd Alberta Red Hcil Alberta Keel jr ion..... GhortH. per ton Oats, per ton, aacfewS 8S GO 8b 43 IK ai.ou 33.00 Hulled Data 27.00 Potatoes, per cwt................... 9.V5 lleets, per Ib...............O.O'-i Carrots, per Ib.............0.03 Turnips, per w...................-., Unifiis, pur Ib..........................01J- Pneao, llvi O.H Turkeys...... 0.23 Live SP.I-IUH chickens, per Ib... 0.15 Fowl.................. 0.13 Ducks.................. Butter and Kagta Palry butter 0.31 Creamery butter >Ti...i.H.A... EBHS. fresh 0.45 Sheep: Live, por cwt. ..s D-09 Dressed, pur cwt 11.09 Cattle on tne Hoot: Steers, per pound 0.05 Steerfl, dressed, per Ib Cows, per -OS Cows, dressed, per pound .18 per Ib. fc. Live, per pound....... 0.11 TUESDAY GRAIN PRICES Wiimipctr, Man., .Ian. mar to ectnsnlt his manager on the details kets olten and close wove as follows and place the arrangements in hands. GOTCHANDZBYSZKO BIG SUM FOR A MATCH IS LIKELY TO BRING CHAM- P10N OUT Indianapolis, Ind., Jan, Gotch, champion wrestler, is likely City arena, 'which, when completed, be one of tho best equipped on the continent, will be opened contest his honors. The combined luro of fame and money has caused the big farmer to Thursday next. The arena will ac-; hanker for one Ootch J commodate spectators, and will j finally decided that he will most have a larger skating area than tho Vancouver rink. Vancouver will play at Victoria next Friday night. The teams will fight it out for the leadership of the league, both being tied with three victories. Shields or Gainsborough. Manchester 'vs Sunderlaad. CHANCE TO MANAGE FROM THE BENCH Vill Return to California and Remain on Ranch Until Training Season Chicago, Jan. I_. Chance, the aev- manager of the New York American league team, said today, that he expects to manage the Highland- ers frcm .the bench, unless he consid- ers it necessary to jump into the game. He will leave.for his California orange ranch tomorrow, and will re- port to .Owner 'Parrel! in New York on February 11. An entire hotel at Hamilton, Ber- muda, has been leased for the ac- commodation of the Highlanders dur- ing the spring training season. The party will number about fifty, includ- ing officials, players, trainers, cooks and sport 'writers. MR. FOXHALL KEENE the son of James R. Keene, ,the daring financier and leader in the rac- "ng world, who dfed at a sanitarium n New York on January 3. Mr. Keene like his father, is a great sportsman, and well-known the world over. It 's expected that in his will, Mr. Keene, senior, has left a large share of his fortune, which is said to be from to to his son Foxhall. PASSING UP LETHBRIDGE Lethbridge as a factor in .West- ern Canada league baseball for 1913 has as yet not received any recognition. The league holds a meeting today in Edmonton. "WhethtT this'city will be includ- ed in any oi the .schemes for a new league that is being contem- plated is a matter of conjecture. Lethbridge may have to map out its own destinies in professional baseball, hut even yet the gentle- men who will be in session to- night at the capital may find it necessary to make gentle over- tures to Lethbridge to join them in the game before long. ONCE FAMOUS JOCKEY Arrested for Pile of Money In His Prime New York, Jan, Cleve- land Fuller, a jockey, who made 000 for James Keene and fot; himself in one season ten years ago, pleaded guilty today to having stolen a pocket book containing a few pen- nies from an acquaintance in an up- town saloon. He was remanded for sentence till Friday. Fuller said he- had- not been doing anything lately, except HE SHOT GOALS IN GAME OF SOCCER New York Devotees of th'e Game Mar- vel at the Work of Ralph Slats New York, Jan. football interests are discussing- a new American record in soccer, established by Ralph SJate, of the Albion "Club, at Jersey City recently, when shot ten goals in a single game. The con- test was a Metropolitan league cham- pionship fixture, in which the" Hiber- nians, of Jersey City, lost to the Al- bions, by a score of 14 'to'O. During ths'first half Slate found the Hrbernians: net four times. Time af- ter time, he corralled the ball in mid- field, and each time he rushed the en. tire length of-the field for a score. The six goals he placed in the.second half were equally spectacular. Revolver and Pistol Cartridges Some people take a lot of care in selecting a revolver pistol, and then buy any cartridges whatever. No wonder they dor.'t always get good results. There is just as much difference in cartridges as in firearms. get Wkt- Cbester make of cartriflges and you will have cartridges that are reliable and uniform in shooting and give max- imum velocity. They cost no more inferior makes. FOR THE W ON THE BOX. NEW HOCKEY LEAGUE Winnipeg and Kenora Teams Com- pose Startling Game Winnipeg, Jan. Independ- ence Hockey league, the senior organization of Winnipeg, which in- cludes two Winnipeg and one Kenora team, sprung a real surprise on the t'.vo thousand fans, 'who watched the opening game here tonight. The Kenora and Strathconas were the op- ponents, and they put up the fastest exhibition of hockey that has been pla-yecl here this winter, in which the local boys were returnee! the winners by the close margin of 8 to 7. Setting a fast clip at the start, the players never let up until Its finish, iiiul tho excitement was intense throughout. With ten minutes to play the Kenora boys came from behind, and notched three goals, making the. score 8 to 7 against them, ami the same was mark- ed by the greatest excitement Zbyszko, the last week in April, pro- vided the giant Pole in the meantime disposes of ail the other big fellows who have been howling for a chance at Gotch ever'stnce the latter sought edUKion. the championship bout between Crotch and ZbyszUo materializes, 'it is likely to be held in this city. A syn- dicate of local sportinf; men has marti CURLING Last Night The result of last night's games 4V ere: Rinks Jackson, 3 Bruce, 15 Shepherd, 9 Nelson, (J Scatle, 11 Boyd, 14 The draw as followa: 7.15 p.m. N. T. Macleod versus J. Reid B-rucg One sheet will scratch games. Rinks Nourse, M Simpson, 9 MoXubb, 7 Clarke, Ifi Close, -1 Stacey, 5. Tonight for tonight's games are Jas. Ami 11. R. Macleod Dr. Stewart reserved for u.GO p.m. .1. Hamilton versus Cieo. Wanloss .las. Qlcnistcr D. A. Simpson L. W. Clarke Sid Jackson all arrangements'for a'purse Bneet will be reserved for for the battle. If the contest Is held I soratoh sanies. here it will probably bo staged in the open, if possible, on Memorial Day. SPORTING GOOPS FINED Wayward Team of City Hockey Lw- gue a Jolt The Sporting Goods hare fined ?5.00 by the City league for deliberate- ly defaulting their game with the Aquatics on January 10. They pre- ferred to go. to and play in- stead of fulfilling their obligation to the City leargue. It is believed that the Sporting Goods are not anxious to continue In the league, and if thty fail to turn out against the Y, M. C. A. tonight they -pill be automatically dropped, and the Rovers, a new ag- gregation, will take tlicir piacc. The behaviour of the Sporting Goods has been roundly condemned on all aides and unless they can show some substantial reason for their ac- tions, the club will in future -be tar booed in local sporting circles. A good deal oE time and money has been 'expended in boosting hookey here this winter, and the least the clubs can do to help- the game along Is to fight shy of unnecessary trouble: the elements will give Quite enough, without borrowing more. "Boh" Elmslic, the National Lea- gue unpire, has been elected president oi the St. Thomas Gun. Club. WELS.ON SUNDAY Famous Battler and Celebrated Pitch- Likes Sunday's Logic Oscar Battling Nelson, ex-champion Hgbtwelght, but still the undisputed title holder of the typewriter division of the publicity league when it comes to dashing out masterpieces concern- ing B. Nelson is going to turn evan- gelist. The Battler reached this decision recently at Columbus after hearing the Rev. Billy Sunday turn Columbus up- side down and back again and in the vernacular, "knock 'eni off their BeatB." The Hegewiseh fistic expon- ent was dazed. He admitted that Sun- day certainly matin n. fellow regret every mean thing he ever did, adding that it made one long lingering im- pression on him and henceforth he intends sticking to the atraSght and' narrow, v Nelson was so impressed that at the conclusion oi the ceremonies he made his way to the stage and intro- duced himself to Sunday, teUing him he was the squarest reteree he had ever seen oi' heard, exchanged auto- graph photos and Nelson was induced to return for the evening' services. The ex-champ not only returned, but occupied a seat on the plntform and was prevailed upon to accept a song hook and take part in tli-e singing. Canadian Representative rest, East, Toronto May July Oats- May Jan......., May 884 89} 1.05 1.11 Cash Prices No. 1 N'or. No. 2 Nor. N'o, 3 Nor. Xn. -1 N'o. 5 Xo. n No. 1 Peed Winter Wheat- No. 1 Hcd Winter No. 2 Red Winter No. 3 lied Winter No. 4 Rod Winter Oats- No. 2 C. W................... No. 3 0. W................... Kx. N'o. I Feed.......... No. 1 Kecd No. 1 feed................... No. 3 No. -1 Rejected Peed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............ Minneapolis Wheat- May .July 1.06} 1.12k S3J, 80 71J- tit 51 V1 78J 7-H- May July Sept. Chicago 89 .00-J OUR BROOMHALL LETTER Liverpool, Jan, U. (B.'oomhall) The wheat market opened 54 to higher, anil further advanced with offers Ifg'flt and shorts covering. The firmness in America yesterday, sharp advance in Buenos Ayres, dear- er plate, and Australian offers in spot, which are ail higher and a better Inquiry for Canadian and American, is bidding freely for cargoes arriving and the poor quality of foreign native grown wheat is being emphasized with millers. At 1.30 p.m.: the mar- ket was firm, y, to higher with March leading. The advance was checked by the expectation of a largo increase in the visible here. Corn opened to higher, and later advanced The strength in America, strong closing at Buenos Ayres, dearer plate offers, firmness in Plato spot and cold weather here feeding causnd covering, European visible: Wheat, this weelf, last week, in- ereauc Argentine, weather favorable for movement, but too dry for beat de- velopment of corn. Oats are freely offered with arrivals liberal. Buenos Ayres, wheat closed strong, advance on higher export bids and belief that now contracts are be- ing made too loiv. Holders are firm- Corn closed strong, higher with an ursent export demand and higher bids. CHICAGO MARKETS, TUESDAV Jan. profit, taking, caused slight declines in grain prices during the first hour of the today. May wheat opened y. higher to changed a; to 94% and aold to 94. May oats opened to shade higher at 3414 to 34Vi Vi and declined to 3414. ;