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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, Frldsiy, June ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE CONQUERING HERO CANADIAN LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE COMES WEST Billey Allen of Ottawa Defeated Ly Joe Bayley of Victoria in Championship Battle of Fifteen Rounds at Burns Refereed and Gave Decision on Mill in Which Brawn Overcame- at Reno Duplicated Baisano, June Bayley of Victoria, won..the lightweight chain- Ulcnshlp of Canada here tonight from Billy Allen, ot Ottawa, m 15 rounds of the fastest milling- ever witnessed in Dominion. referee Tomui} Burui held aloit the globed hand of the Victorian, signifying his Uotory, tho spectators fairly shook the arena with their the demonstr.i tion plainly showing the popularity of the .verdict. H was a case of a clever boxer againit; .a rugged fighter and the fighter fiti.n. Allen bad R nice lead during the firs! ten rounds and clearly outpointed ,theWestern boy. He used a straight left and a, right cross to good effect snd had Bayley bleeding before 6 iqunde' had passed. But Bailej pnned himself clutter. punishment and in, directing his attack Allen's body. From the tenth round on Allen weakened gradually and in the final MMion he waa hanging on to save The only knockdown of the fla-nt occurred to the fifteenth round when-Allen "was pushed to his knees. stayed down for the count of nine. Bayley. fought -his best fight during the closing- rounds .and was. strong at tne'iinlsh. Alberta, June What was undoubtedly the fastest boxing match in Canada, Uoe Bayley of Victoria, was declar- ed .the winner over Billy Alien Ottawa, by Tommy Bums, at Bas feanoi last evening. The siill, contrary ito expectations, went the full fifteen lounds, and the decision was given on pomts The last round undoubtedly ?iad roix4 io do with deciding BUrns ilhat Bayley was the victor, at> tho Jitter punished Allen severely, and was in much better condition During Uit thiM of fighting, UllM practically staUei all the way, waiting lor the. gong, and hanging on, Mith grim determination. Until the last few rounds the' scrap was (airly even, and had Allen main- tained the pace he would have secur a draw In the early rounds hi had the better of the argument and on several occasions had opportiffirfwa to land a haymaker, hut lacked necessary steam It was the story, the rugged boier, wearing oui the clever man, and finally beating him into submission, after tiring him out Canada has now a new lightweigfai ehimpion From practically an un- known boxer, Bayley t becomes the wearer of the championship crown, aid hi will.have many.matebes with- in the next few months a> a remit Gambling Allowed Busuao WM turned into a minia- ture Goldfield, when under the very noses of the oity and mounted po- lice, all vanevies of shell and con games were permitted to opMrate m tin streets The games were opened won after tie Calgary excursion trim arrind m the middle ol the afternoon and they did a flourishing buuness until fans went to the artua for {he holing The police were veil aware that these gamn were going on.' They could not. mils seeing ihem In fact, one ol the otty of- Sms was seen watching a'game for almost half an hour. All lie did was Ho haul Jack one of the Indiau who nas crowding in on the played. Thia ii the kind of stuff which tta fcoxUg game a black eye The fans had assembled hi the arena 7 3D and Billy Lauder appeared. It .was announced that he had been lubstituted as the opponent of Lucas in place of McCarthy of Bassaao, to go against Kid Lucas-o! France, Al- fcn's sparring partner, in the first prehmmarj. Tommy Burns entered the ring at 8 15 and was a great reception Fifteen minutes later he called Lau- der and Lucas to the center of the ring ami the first go was. on It a four roun0 clean break, and result- ed hva draw. Burns Went Easy The nett preliminary was the rtat one, being between Tommy Burns and Jilt brother, bddie Brusso The bout was for four rounds and to .use the words of the referee, ud-.nothing else." It provided plen- ty ot amusement for the crowd but an.exhibition of tliadow boMng than anj thing else Kid Lucas, Disqualified The other preliminary was Cjclone Scott, and Kid Lewis, mid- dleweight of Seattle Scott was knocked dam IB the first and Lewis "I want jou to understand that there are rules in boxing the same as any othet game, and it was perfectly plain that bout to be vith breaks If you want to- have in Al- berta the boxers will have to to the rules and as long as I have anything to do with the game, these rules are going to be enfoiced These are the worrit of Tommi Burns when called upon to make a speech The Big Fight Ooe Bayley entered 'the ring at 9 30 attended by Fred Oliver and Cyclone Seotfc. He leceived a jood reception Allen followed Immediately alter and ley led anil fancied clean blon of the icuiiil to Vllen's body. Third takes one on g-love mount lor tlic Jau Joo arouni Iliu ring with .left tthd rig-lit swings, joe Innils one to the stomach.Bntl Allen gets one to the kidneys En; ley lands left jtlb to nose. Biylty Leidi Houml rushes arid Barley sends rlpltt to face and bod> No d I'tn- ago done. Bayley does .most of' the lead- but not much steam on blows that All Allen'i Iflml. Fifth ulilch would____ ___ ._ damage, but a later lands 1 to face, Allen puts arm jolts face. This was Alii A Allan Is con id by a largo by a fidcn s nose and Is Ing: for the JJend round fainlng1 After Face Hound is playing- for Bajley s 'uco Hand Bajlej Is attempting to cover up. Alien hud the roUml nit the way Bttyley'n ne Jen's eluon Electricity Round starts with ft- rush and seems to land on Bas lei at rill and electrifies the crowd Jjj Ilia cleverness Allen landing two to Bajlej's one VI- len lands beautiful left "to jaw and makes 'me close in-fighting, bpth lanaing to the body Last ot round was splendid tlghtlns back but Allen bems the better About Even Round led and went into clinch, was nervous Allen leads with right and lands stlnser to stomach Bauej landed glancing- blow to face Both men blocked rights Bajiey's left hook to face cailsed damage. Bayley- Groggy Round lands hard right io IvidneJR, Allen puttl left to face and .INTERMEDIATE lOCCIR STANDING S. 0. K. Callloi Ore'rseaB P. VF. D. L. F. A. P 1 1 0 li 5] It I t Lethbridge Cricjcet Club has Week- End Game Ayvay The Lethbridge1 cricket club will journey to Macleod to tij conclusions Wiith: the iVfaoleod 'club. Tim following players will represent Lethbridfig f F Pott, W Newton, lir Simmonds, J. HiinlB, S Andrews, A Callan, B Bogg, G Butler, A Frjer Other imeslwlll be'added. The train leaves here at S 40 and players are requested to take no chances, on MARKETS LETHBRIDGE takes dnejs, Btlff bl low in exchange Allen 1 inds gof a round of applause Cbatley ReUly, of Sin Francisco, challenged the winner. Kid Sealer of Spokane, wishes to meet the1 winner for a thou- sand dollars side bet Used Famous Gloves Both.' Bayley and. Allen w eight at than 133 The men shook hands at 9 40 using the gloves tused in Bums-Johnson bout in Australia Qsrtful Opening Round 1 carefully, falling- into (Much. lunSs 18ft to then they Jot'lands left to Jaw and few-ley iwmgs for head, lllen dtickloi cleverly. Allen led right o body mlsnert left to face Allen'B Round Second went In with it eft to stomach Allen forced Allen vwung-, rlirht to hod A! left to hflad Bayley cover- M Alton IMIM blow. OB ill, mart AlUn M to stomaeh. stratent left and rights to fare became the .cloee Triey.-cllnch Round and Alien fall into a cllnrh at the iUrt In Ihe breakawaj Allen lands right to tile stomacti and Bay- lei cornea Back with a left to Hie Bftjlev comes back fitronr ano led feiac- licallj all the w.n but could not solve lllens guard 'Ihe round ffoes lo Bay A Whirlwind Round In left and rigrht iolts to 3aw antr in a fierce ex- change both swing and land hard blows to the face. Allen foot work in evading Allen tames back like a whirlwind nmV jabs Bayley In., the face but with little damage Allen Takes H Eiiy' _ Twelfth opened with Baylcv rushinc, and Allen Inking It rather Bii ley's face is badb cut up. Allen landed left to Ihe face and Bajley returns with right hook to Ihe stomach. Biyley Corning j Hound ruihed in Evlnglng" lefts ftnti rixht and forcing1 Allen to the ropes fighting fiercelj Al- len comes back jabbing nose, but Baylev dashts in with short arm jolis Bavley the fighting and Toe lands right to Hie jaw and foUoln -with several to Aliens kidnejs The round a whirlwinil, both tbeS stand punishment Allen ilandinr terrible punishment but nghtliw back with Ml his old time gameneu Bajlty's round Allen Hound stayed "away, waiting for Bajley to lead Baylej led all right and in a clinch punUthfed fiercelj tllen while Bayley RAISED INSTANTER IN SUPPORT OF THE TEAM rushod-Alleft.tftit the letter's clev work .and ffiiui-'ding kept the blow from doing- nnich tlatnaef Allen's round Bayley t cfeans Up Round fif came ram hi corner with- a and nearly-sends Al through the jabs Bay ey.'s face, but-Bayley retnrnod-hard rlgh I'to- liiceit Clinch.' Bnyluy left jab fallowed. by right, to face lands sit bloWa to Allen s sldmucl to head and showed Allen :o__st and le> Ian three :he floor for fhe count of nlncj. II.. -ilien to Bcylej'a face, after Allett'a body THE VANQUISHED ONIE "AFTEH YOU" (ss the polite said) [have smoked An Ellt, Cigar, we're you'll smoke in othir 'Tn on _ market for the from selected br skillnl bunds. Unotmalled In fla- vor (rMllty. To. mt. II the 1 Mo pur be best CIGAB PHONI Hit hen repeatedly i; Btoniacli UIcn and loj beads right to the face right wildl) Basle) swlt- to face 'and another to jaw Allen lands, couple. of effective ones to Bayley's face iayley- swings ;to- Allen's stomach. was the fastest round of the contest 's all the waj 'ommy Burns rallied Bailey's ......_ declaring'him Uie'wjnner -'I'he de'laior was a popular one, MORE UAURELS FOR OVERSEAS !4H? An Intermediate Game in Which Callies-Were Trounced The intermediate Cltj League gaoue, the Athletic Park last be- tween the Dallies and the Overseas resulted in a vlctorj for the latter team by a score of two goals to one The weather wag, unfortunatoij, mifaTor of good football, as a strong wind from the west swept the field, making It impossible for the 'ball to be kept in play The result of the game was somewhat ol a surprise to tha followeis of line Callios, Tvto o bent oil winning The first goal of the tallied hy Anderson the Callies, Who scored- from a few out The heavy wind worried the Catlie goalkeepei, and it Local Soccerists in Quest I I "V of the Famous People Shield Lethbridge 'Business Men Respond Heartily" to Aid Finances (Lethbndgo ,u ill he represented at theL great Football Tournament for Lhet People's Shield, representing the cha'mpionship of Canada, '.which will :ake at .Winnipeg during the tlic fair Tins decided upon at the rcgu- ar, meeting of the City i'ootball association vhold lajt night It hail icen previously decided that it not possible to do so !or financial easons, but a short campaign in the ity yesterdaj the fact that f the association pick a good repre- entalue team, thero are mm in the ity willing to take a big shate to- One prominent Canadians Favored at the Henley Rejgetta Haiiley-pn-Thiiii-teu .June Grent interest is being tl ken in the doings of the Canadian heie and tbeli chaucob are ciiusidcicd fcnorablo They nave been oil t each day eluce their arrival done pai- tlcvlaily nefl. (icttei condl tlons than liaie exisiJsd duunghta pro vlous uorkouta, Butler Toronto, got to Fawlev, the half wa> point, In four minute! twenty gecbtds The eight dlu good Stork agiin It a itift wind this moiiiingLand reaqiicid the half way mark at Pawley in throe minutes iittj time cnier the name dis tance jesterMy belny three minutes, thirty-nine twconds Football Gossip of the League in the Pass June 3T to the tliundcrstorm'last niglkj only a small numbOL 01 puople to Burnus to see the football match be- tween Blaitmbfe 'and Tliirmis. Those who nent, however, good game, Burmis stronger game throughout' T spectator; mention Paget ami Fisl'n i ,is when talk- ing the match anct, it i1? intei, esting to note, uphold tllie remarks, iticently made regarding the Burmis jOiir Burmis friend so jndignantlj repilliated Gen- opinion iRlrclcs to incline to the idea that tho final stages of the league weJU find IIill- cresf and Burmis fighting' tooth and nail (in a iiguiatn e senwi of for the cup, as, au ordlng to tlie showing made hj last night, fhov think that leaiii has been vtry much over rated The piesent standing of Che ieanis in the league is as follows J Hillcrest and Blairmore vie foi !Ust jilace with five points each> four gamcn played, Burmia iievt with four poiiits, thrpe games, plaved footing the list A slight itflvanco 18 noticeable In "mni-kot lo- Tbeie aia no other rhtmgos to iscoid todav, moat and rogetable pitcos while butter mid rovoal no prosiMctu of u de- cline No i Northern......i 4., jn 90 No 2 Northern lt.. u.87 No. A Nonthoin ..lJ......b 082 No t X........ 008 No S........, 4 o 65 No 0 42 No. 1 Alberta-'-Rod No. 2 Alberta. No. 3 Alberta Red .........0.79 No. 4 Alberta Red .J.. ..0.09 No. 5 Alberta Red 0.66 No. 6.'. Alberta Red- 1.....0 4.1 Bran, perton........i.. Shorts, per ton........j.. 23.00 Oatuvper ton, 28.00 Belled 29.00 Vegetables: Potatoes, per 1.45 lo 2.00 per ton 28.00 to 35.00 per Ib Carrots, per Ib....... _.... Tuinipa, por Ih. Cabbage, jjer 0 04 Parsnips 0 3( Onions, per Ib. 0 05 Butter and Eggi: Dairj butter 0 26 Creamery butter............ 0.38 Eggs, fresh 025 Cattle on the Hoot: Steers, per pound 006J4 Cows, per pound Cows, 0.11 Steers, dressed, per pound 0.13 Sheep: Lhe, per cwt BOO Dressed, BUT owt...... Poultry: Geese, 0.11 Turkeys 029 OK Foul............... 0.12 Ducks.........., ..sS 0.15 HOQS: Dressed, per Ib.............Oil Live, per cwt 008 Green, per Ib o 08 to o 0914' Oured.......... to 0 0915 Dry 010 to 016 Bheep jjelt, 0.25 to 0.75 Lamb skins......'-...: 25 Shearlmgi, ...........20 to 30 Hone hides, green 1.00 to 200 Horse hides, dry........ 1.00 to 1 7 J FRIDAY'S GRAIN Winnipeg, Man, June grain markets .'opened and cloyed to- day as follo'ws. Open Close 109% 308% 101 100% arils sending them ubiness jesterdaj that each, Coleman there were lour others wiling, he, gjinei and Lille, four oUld contribute a fifth share of the ostr i J300V ALREADY SUBSCRIBED Lille and' Coleman with thnvB points having pi ert five Tlie :o3ason of as able to keep his The Overseas 'were not miracle he charge intact. to be beiten, however, arid, iiade up their mlrtds 'to even up, which they did, through Davis, who piloted the ball into the net without difficult} I lay alter this became niore evenl) divided, and onli tlie doKnee of both teams, prevented further scoring. The inlng goal was an unfortuna'te one, as It was scored by Ness, the tellies' full back, who had the ill luck to put the ba'l through hi? own goal In an endeavor to turn aside u shot from tho opposition The final score result ed in a win for by i goals to The game was not d good one lo ich, as the wind Kept contiol of the ball all evening Tho following the respective teams: Goal, Macdonald; and Ness, halfbacks, Collier, Smith (captain) and McMillan; forwards, Anderson, Tennnnt, Dill, Douglas and Walker. "Home, backs, "Whalen and Dicksonj halfbacks, Ban- nerman, Ilutton Slactarlanc, Olad- "wlu and Hooker. The, referee was .T Ourr, who to ariilonri time of it all .evening The estimated "cost JK ill he in tho lighborhqod of "and of this has already been sub- scribed by less tlun aldozcn men Tho three cluhs in the city will go their limit towards the fund, and the city league will also contribute Iheir sliare. GOOD ADVERTISING The (ntcntion is to engage a tour- ist', car for the party, the car to liave huge streamers on each "Lethbridgc This will be seca from a gteat distance on each side of the track on the load down, and as the car will be parked the' big change in Coleman's utanding is on arcount of their default- ed to Lille tluli' being scheduled to 'at Lille an H failing to show The Blairmore Baseball teem scheduled to meet Hillcrest cm the latter team's gtound tonight in return match lor that plasM at Blairniore on Victoria Day Bt will bei remembered that Hillcrest worried in this game, and they "are cvpecting to get their The personnel of the teams is not jet known July Jut} October No 1 Fped, July July........... October 441i C.fh PrlOM No. 1 Northern No 2 Northern No 3 Northern No 5 No. 6 B'eed 444 44 IB1) 167 I 108 y 105 Vi 102 68 X', I No.TO. No 9 C. W......." Ei. No. 1 Feed No. 1 43 No 3 41 No 4 56 48 48 Minneapolis Wheat Tuly _..... m% 110W September___, 107% J06T4. 10714 1065, Chtow Whut luly............ 110% September .1 A December........ 106H I London Horse Show NO BAD LANGUAGE Vancouver, Hyl ind, in the city for four or five dajs dur-' Westminster lacrosse plkyer, has een ing the great will get a great amount of publicity 0V SUPPORT The football boyi of the city have been doing a good work In a way in boosting for the quirt past Ive jeari, and are now appealing to the generosity o! the'citizens lo help them out in thii venture It li well known fact that the city poss- esses some material, as they inore thin oiico drawn with the champion Calgary aggregation Cal- gary is not sending a team this year, therefore the cxecutue feel they naie the chance ot a lifetime to annev the championship NAMP TUB TEAM In order to select tiro strongest possible team the league is asking the clubs to submit Ihe names the sixteen best players in the 'city and guage ou the field last game HOLIDAY BASEBALL IN DISTRICT LEAGUE Lethbndge ball club in. scheduled to Flay at Maclcod on Monday mornlntf, July at 10 30 o'clock? Piacher' Creek i I London, June coaching cof- nthian, the principal eienl; of the in- erhatlonal hone Outw yesterday won by Mr W A. Barrows cbestauts with H Moor'a Richmond cup win- ners second and K Craig McKerrows blacks and Open the event, consisted of a drive-from Oljmpia round Richmond park to the Ranlegh club, where-Hbe whlps..and the pas sengers were .entertained .at' dinner- by Lord Lonsdale Afterward the coaches returned to thV horse show to be judged There were four competitors, includ- ing Mr A O Vwiderbllt, who dioie a perfecth matched H Moore was again successful yesterday in the 'harncM. classes, Tuesday night a provisional team i lie selected, and will be given sevc matches to develop the best work possible WHAT IS BEST TEAM Soccer enthusiasts aio invited V) submit a line up of the bolt team th.i tity could put up, and thc-samc will published on this pigc Send lia tho special.meeting to bcNield on.ypiir choice to the Saorlfng-Editor. English Cricket i June their match with tho Australians; Esses took tlielr score to 421 before .being dismissed. I.WII.T. Douglas and P. Perrin com- pletely mastered the Australian bowl Ing.making 121) and 104 .respe6tlvely, F. li failed by two of completl-ig 11s 100 being dismissed after j. aplen Id Innings for 88 The Australians on going In this atternoon: started off dlsaiterousb, four wickets being down with'only 77 hfns being ;