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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE rjlTITHRmOE 11KKAMI PNDING JOHNSON s OF THE WIR BEDIENT WAS THE HARDES PITCHER FOR GIANTS TO HIT [Authorities Making it Too ;jWarm for the Cham- I Says He Will Go to-Russia WOLGAST'IN ORLEANS New Orleans, La.. Ort. Confident of the outcome of his ton-round b.nile witii Joe il.mdot here next I'hain- pion Ad Wolgarit is in leans today, the botu.' champion there was no foar of tho result, and that he would i-o thrnugh with hi? arrange-' meiit in Sim Francisco on Thaukssiviug Duy. ,i Chicago, Kov. his bc- 91111.' toojlot for Jack Johnson, the jfgrii and he is to quit J :i the government uoes not ik ir- ttac. Johnson said lust.night le i iaii sold his cafe for llen- f 1 Ktcrrctt, that he ,was done with f sesi.'ic-ss ventures in Chicaco and that If isvgoing-to Russia. f ;Blows have fallen thickly on the V flL-ilist of late. First he lost his wne by suicide. Then me city TMr- IM federal authorities stepped in and rORTUNE IN I him of the companionship f.Sucile Cameron, h-young white girl.! jesterday the knockout punch was.i .inded when Johnson told he i i jould not letnaiii in the saloon busi- i i Johnson has spent a large amout i the last few recover hi f: Jinte sweetheart, defend himsei court and to Keep his place oi bus going. UMPIRING GIRL TO GIVE UP JOHNSON Bother-Says she Will Aid Prosccu tlon if Necessary Chicago, Oct. Cameron id her mother, Jfrs. Cameron-Falcon- it of Minneapolis, were brousrht from 111., where tho girl has 'sen held as a 'witness, to be present ihcn the federal grand jury today J-ot up again Its Investigation into jie relations between the girl and jSiek Johnson, the negro pugilist. Urs. Falconnet said her daughter given over entirely her former f> olve to "stick to Johnson" and p v was convinced she should return M her mother ami aid in prosecuting negro pugilist If prOEecntion was .by the federal grand jury. I ALMOST CERTAIN r TO PLAY FOR COAST TEAM 'ose Friends of "Newsy" Say He Is Slated for Smith Go 1 ing to Cornwall Jj Cornwall, Ont., Oct. latest r (mor regarding "Newsy" Lalonile is he.is to leave.for Vancouver ab- t the middle of November, and fig- (e on the Vancouver hockey team am this season. It was understood George Kennedy had "Newsy" nailed down, but close friends i j I-alonde here say he will be seen i-j the west this winter, and if he goes i'l for hockey he will probably re- there for next summer's la- i ;osse. Donald Smith, who played hockey Victoria last winter 'will go at same time as and will ,'ain wear a Victoria uniform. Big Salaries for Men Who Can Deli the Goods, Says President Lynch Who wants a job as a baseball umpire? Tom Lyuch, president of the National League says there Is a great chance for likely young men to win fame and fortune iu the big leagues. "There is a big field for men who can says Lynch. "The salary Is big and the possibilities large. It would seem more would embark in the profession. I guess the old saying that umpires are born not made, explains the dearth of base- ball judges better than any other theory. At a ball game every person seems to know more about running the game than the men who are paid for their services in that line. With this condition ex- isting one would think it would bo easy to get good umpires. U is one thing, however, to umpire a ball gamo from the stand, and another to judge plays oh the field. It would be necessary, to use the strongest kind ot a stim- ulant to get one of who can umpire in the stand, to officiate on the field. Umpires are scarce )ecause critics prefer to umpire from the grandstand." Mathewson only batter able to secure more than one bingle off Red Sox Twlrler Fr 1, 1012 W w THE NEW MODEL !9I2 20 GUAGE TAKEDOWN Hammerlcss Repeating Shotgun The lightest, stronBfsl and handsomest repeating shotgun made. It weighs only pounds, vet. all metal pa, is being made throughout of Nickel In grace of outline and refinement of It k il-i3 guns of other makes, hi 10 load, unload and rake down, and shoots .vith the strength anil accuracy for which Winchester guns are .noted. A 20 GUAGE GUNTROM'BUTTTO MUZZLE. Ml NO.UOUY. LOVES A BALD MAN" Every dny. see YOUNG men and omen, who have grown prtmeturt'Iv grey, hey immediately fall into the "Old cliiss, because rircv liairs nre EO isely-OBsocialcd WITH'OLD AGE. His extremely discomforting and himiil- the PEOPLE'S SHIELD TRIP COSTLY Football Club Asked Aid of Board of Trade but was Turned Down At last night's meeting ol the BOSTON FANS ROOTED FOR THE GIANTS Now serlen MARKETS IETHBRIDQE MARKETS No. i. Northern I1. Northern No. ;i. Northern Vo. 4, if. York, Oct. world's I NO' i' o( 1SII2 proved by far the most No! V. Alberta' Red tlnniil In i, a...... sensational In history. it hud its drawbacks, ton, and It is very doiibtfu'l f It did not do'more harm than good. Certainly it damaged tin, cause of ho AtiKirican league in Uoslon, th ri'eatest baseball bathed in the coin ty, In splto of the fact that the cit f culture rts been graced by vorld's ehampionship pennaiil. llos on 1ms soured on the e.wcntivu of it enuant winners and for good reasoi rhe rootera threaten a boycott, lit auso of the utter indilleroiice of th lanagement to tho patrons who stoou y tho champions tln-ounh the thicl f tho American league strife and ill, pening battle of the greater compel on. During the six games of tho oriel's series a band of ox enthusiasts followed the fortunes, their Idols as spectators to the lines. At great trouble reservations ore secured at tho Polo Grounds ;uid fry trip to New i'ork this loyal le- No. 2. Alberta lied CM in Crucial Test Saturday ve naure a cance. se sencour cged, stimulated, assisted, she will give yon ;i head of hair thct you will be proud ol Give it to her. Use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH eelVi'of l I'.-iV.-Philo Hay Spec. Co., Nemck, N. .For Sale and Recommended by RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO, Ltd Ottawa, Oct. football ollowers are looking forward to Sat- relay with great anxiety when the irgonauts and Ottawa lock horns at aiisdownc I'ark. Should Ottawa they will have cinched the chain-j REAL CONTFNDFR icnship of the intcriirovincial uaion 1 or 1913. Saturday's game is treated in Ot- iwa as a title contest, as it is rcal- ed if Coach Calvin's men iu ot_ twa they have hope for winnin" Toronto. Hrnce the big feature will he de- teors. per pound......... 0.06 Steers, dressed, per II) 0.11 M, .'ows. per pound .05 Cows, dressed, per, pound .......10 hecp: !vs, per cwt. 6.01 iresHed, ptjr cwt....... 'ew potatoes, per It. O.Of ieete, per 0.02 arrots, per Ib....... 0.02 urnlps, per ID. 0.01 niont, per Ib........................02 to ia'cs: v roen, per IS. o.08 to c'ured............. 0.09 to O.OOJ4 6.10 to 0.15 Eheep oacH___.... to 0.75 FRIDAY'S 'GRAIN PRICES 0.11 0.2) Winnipeg, Man., Kov. ITt-rings and but an indifferent de- ..Kuul caused prices to decline a few points today, hut on the whole the we e enthusiasts. I market held steadier than hav0 hen the Royal Rooters" headed by heeti anticipated. Weather conditions :heir brave band marched on to tho are still excellent for local three-quarters field witJi customary display pponents ,and scored almost at pleas re. This is the second defeat for Jalgary, having lost at Vancouver on pksgiving Day. their "llnlltes beforo a few time they foun.l SKATING AT THE COAST Vancouver's artificial ice rinks open- I for the season Thanksgiving Day with an. attendance of over 2500 peo- ple. their places already usurped. They made a demonstration to.stand on the playing Held but were herded like so many cattle -within the temporary en- closure. Here they had to stand or rather squat for those in their places insisted, that the rooters keep dcivn lower than tho first row- seats through out the dreary afternoon. Naturally enough these men had so cheer and t'ielivery. Kro'ipts were 1302 cars inspected and rti (I in sight. Cables closed, Liv- J to -J lower, Berlin -3 up. Nov......... Dec. ____ Jlay Nov......... Dec. Nov. BIG BILLIARD TOURNEY Cue Stars to Contest in Match in New York Next Month Billiardists throughout the country are interested in the tournament for the 18.2 balk line championship which is to be held In York next month The tournament will start Nov. H and eight contestants nre entered. Host of the shining lights of the jreen cloth game will be seen in ac- ion. Willie Hoppe, the present chain >ion, is entered, as are Slosson, Cline, Moruingsia-r, Suttou and Demarest. A eature of the tourney will be the irEsenee of a Japanese Mlliardist, There will be four The winner will re- thc Coji Yamada. irizes offered. S2000, the second bird 51000 and the fourth 5500. lly gone to great expense for the- glory of Boston felt a great revulsion spirit. Not once did the hand play] tho. battle slogan, and what U-o x t cheering they did was done for the o Nor Giants., After tMe same the "RoyuliNrj" Rcoters" marched to the club offlces'Ko. 4 t'ash Prices Open Close S7J- 87-J 845 84 89J 86} 1.28" and "booed" ment. the Red Sox manage- But they, did, more; they circulated amoug friends and created such a! feeling of antagonism that the eighth gamo drew scarcely half the ordinary patronage. Why the Boston manage- ment ever could have been so near sighted is boyond all conjecture. It may havo been simply an oversight, but it looked and was bad, very, very] pi" i i-, bad. It had'every appearance of in-'NO.' gratitude. As if the Boston club said I v., ,'ml. _ S No. G Feed................... Winter No. 1 Xo. 2 No- 3................... 4 o. 2 C. to itself: "The series will end today.I The rocters 'will come anyhow. What I No. ,'i f they arc inconvenienced some? No. <1 They will forgot it before next spring, Rfjectc; S'-lj- 821 78i 57 S7J- S'lj- S2.V 36} 31 .15' 33 Lei us sell their scats and make so much more money. Made in the sunshine to bring sunshine. The home of "Progress Brand" Clothing is .eight stories of sunshine. It is high, tip in the residential part of Montreal, looking out over Fletcher's Field, the city's playground, and within a few hundred feet of the side of'Mount Royal, Montreal's famous mountain. "Progress Brand" Suits and Overcoats reflect the brightness of tlieir home. They briiif "leasura and sunshine to those who wear, them, because" they are so attractive and cptufortable. We are showine styles and patterns of the seaso.n in "Progress Suits and Overcoats. i Wheat- Dec......... May Minneapolis Cl tioago 92 IIOJ NO AMERICAN MARKETS SATURDAY There will be 11 G' sessions of the stock or grain cjcci ungos at Minnea- polis, Chicago, St. l.ouls, -Boston or N'ew York on Satnrtl'jiy on account of Vice-President Slier t ian's funeral. CHICAGO MARKET Chicago, ill., Nov. Denials that the Arscnilno crop hall suffered ml- terlnl damage made the wheat mar- ket today turn weak. weather nil a return of large c eceipts north- west of here acted also against the I Imlls. The resulting flecline, how- ever, was checked by uncertainties regarding Iho Turkish war situation. The opening prices V, t.o December started at 903J to lower. the same change from last night as tho market taken A drop to followed.'; The .market afterwards broke fur- ther, owing to increased of peace in the Balkans. The closing figures wo weak, Decsmbta'-.lViei-Jj net lower, at Made andguaranUotf by H. Vineberg Co. Limited, Montreal. Sold with a guarantee by McKebie McGuire, Lethbridjas. Harold Wood, Plot Joe. It's Harold Wood, not Jiiis Wood. According to a writer from Port Jer- vls, N. Y., Ilnrohl ami Harvey, thn Wood brothers, went to n chilis one day. Two clowns, .low and were the heroes of the show and Wood chaps Immcidintely appropriated tho two mimes, wkiif parental COKH CUL ;