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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LETITBRTIfflB PATLY Successful Hockey Tho meeting of the local hocke> at T, o Rldpitn's glare Sl-th Street, tot ei cuing, la fcit "red b> tbo subsfntial amount of has iness accomplished It takes a tnlf dozen meeting to form -i leip 10 of this nature a0 a rule and place on a basis vhereby It mil VHD a fair chance of being successful Last night a league was formed and de- Mite plans drawn up and everythin" lias a-rosy outlook for hockey at tho lake, this season. teams wore represented la-it night. Mr. .ailihdre 'represented the Dobaon the High School Mr. Barithwai'te, the Aquatics and Henderson, the Henderson Gar- age seven. The representatives of these clubs .vouch for their teams sticking through the season and finishing the schedule Each of the clubs' report an abu dance of material for their Imo-u end Uiere mil be no of pin ers to proven' the choosing of goo teams all round The street railway committee hn already assuied the l-ngue a goo rink at the lake and it is the late tion of thp league to isk thai, the c' put up a link with an ice stirlai of 160 by SO teet foi hoc 'su roundei by. a tence four feot hlg rounded corners Otuslde of thl a ten foot fence win be built with i ice surface between the two fence for skating puiposes This will mean that the large surface In the centre be kept for hockey onh ant skiters will haie to be content with Ibe1 outside ice. The clubs will meet again in flaj evenlD" at tlie plate to de- velop their plans. 'Berg Lost At Coast .WHERE CANADIAN RUQBY MAY. WITH 'ADVANTAGE PILFER FROM THE STATE Ottawa Free; Press foi seasons refe'rocs -have bee severely- criticised for their vai led interpretation of the three yard tackling rule now in vogu In, tho.Interprovineial and Inter collegiate unions. In tlie Ameri can gamo a man is allowed i .fair.oaich, no..matter whether prospective tneklor Is within two ipohcs or ten feet of him. .As soon ns he catches the ball It is within the province of the tackier to dive .for him without penalty. The man'about to catch the ball cannot.be touched until the ball Is in his hands. Indeed, the American rule on the point gives a back more protection than our own. aa It is illegal to tackle or man-handle a player after ho has punted tho ball. The American rule looks good. Our's doesn't. Whila Uiere is lit- tle wo could borrow from the Yankee game to improve our own the American tackling rule is one that would benefit the Canadian game and .wipe out a lot of dis- satisfaction and wrangling. A :Iean-cut. decision' can bo given in one case, "while In the other it be- comes guesswork. 'A -Fierce Ottawa, X0v, 2. Itnyniond Ons- seaux apiiti met ili'ient at the loeal arena tonight, Constant I.finariu win- ning from him alter a sensational wrestling match. l.emalill Was j awarded tlie lust fall on a foul in 35 i minutes, the bis Ficuelitnaii lusine, lis head and kicking I.emarin in the Cassentix went wild when Rcl- rre Davis gave the fall to the I'el- 'laii and grabbing the official's mcga- lui.'ie, tore it into pieces and bulled remnants into tlie crowd. JACK JOHNSON IS RIDING FOR A FALL is the nanio of J champion pugilist OI. because of his llasson with Cameron, wilto, 19 years old, of -Minneapolis, and the disgrace of tho woman Is pitiful. Johnson Is a libertine-. His relat- ions with n certain typo of whits wo en 111-0 a'stench In the nostrils of cent men. .Morally, he Is rcsponsi for tho death ot the Urn-yea Worn who descried her husband and 1 Ph'-co in society to bask In the sml of tho black, only to bo ubuseil a beaten and finally dung aside by hi She ended her mis-speni life in se It is said that tlie appearance of t Johnson domicile ol the Camera '.Mimm was the iiiroci cause ot tl suicide of the Duryea 'woman. Tho negro had boasted of iiuests" women in Chicag His resort, the "Cafe tie Champion Ins been the rendezvous of a typo o tho underworld..; His keeping iii :3 TVulay, 1912 on, but the Belgian hurled his lonenl high into the air and pj-mcd im clown with a.head and lc.' hold. LOYAL TO A FINISH FnANK, CHANCE SAYS -HE WILL CUSS FOR ANY SALARY OFFERED HIM. In tli? Sffonil bout Cassenux had elusion of the Cameron gi-rl luis 'hee i-marin on the mat with a full nel- the cause of police action, and his uc "f bringing her from Minnesota to 1 liuois is now the subject of fetlera grand jury investigation. Lastly, th Chicago police have asked the mayo to revoke the license for the Johnsoi cafe. Hugh Jfclntosh, Atiflrallpn promot er, has cancelled all offers to have Johnson fight in the Antipodes. Pro raoters in America will hardly dare arrange n match in whlrh Johnson ap- pears. Respectable white men will not attend. Sentiment in Chicago is so adverse that Johnson may have to Vinnipcg, Nov.- promises set oiit. to he the hardest fought gridiron bat- the end of Johnson. decent man will be sorry. His ajiol- NEW CLASSES AND WEIGHTS FOR BOXERS MARKETS .'LETHBRID'QE (BASKETS S'o.' 1. Northern No. 2. Northern J0.68 ,O.C5 Vo. 3. I-'or tho first time in the history of boxing In the United cial nltcnii't will bo made by tho Now York State Athletic Commission Us an international standard of weights to govern championship bout, n tho various classes. Tho commls slon hopes. to got Its schedule recog ilzcd by the authorities governing tho sport In England; Franco and Austra No. -I. [No. No. a. Alberta Ued No. 2. Alborln Hod No. Alberta lied No. 4. Alberta lied No. 5 Alberto, lied ____ 0.49 O.li'l 0.07 O.-IS ClucaBo Oct Chance, after declaring list night that Johnny Ei ers liad his best wishes as lanagei of the Chlcigo National leag- e team made the surprising state-: nent that Jie would attach his signal ure to anj kind of a contract that resident Murphy would offer him, ev- n though It called for no more than staged in Winnipeg for years billed for today when the Calgary Tigers, winners OI the Alberta Union will clash with the Winnipeg Rowing club to decide which team will meet Kcgina in the final for the Western r Canada rugby championship next I week. The westerners are reported 'to be bringing one of the stronrcst combination which has ever left Cal-! but they will meet a tough proposition in the oarsmen as the hi- cal abrogation is going at top 6 veil t supporters have ogisls will mm themselves in n del- Scale, position. It is not a case ot race prejudice. It is a case of decen- cy against vile immorality. Vancouver, Nov. Connolly, champion heavyweight wrestler of Great Britain, tonight defeated John Berg, claimant of the American llcht- I heavyweight championship. Connoilv secured the first full in 22 minutes', but Berg came back- and took the sec- pnd fall in seven minutes. The Brit- and that he nould report to ho club and try for a place on the am. Money No Object. "I don't care about the said Chance, "I am giving my we-: that if -.Murphy, offers me a outside that of manager, I will sign it. I will come back, go on the train- ing trip and work as hard as any raw recruit to gain a place .on the team. I say that" I will sign a con- tract, although right at tho present time' I am turning down an offer tor next season which hinges on them to tak, Joe Tinker is Mathewson's Jinx isll. champion .got the third anil de- ciding fall in fifty minutes. Berg col- lapsed following a hard fall, and was unconscious for several minutes condition that I get my releas AQUATIC MEETING There will De a meeting of the Aquatic association ut T. C. Ridpath's store-on MonrlRy evening to discuss plans for .their new .boat house. Thp pur- chase of war canoes will also be taken tin. from Murphy. Murphy Boss. "If Jlurphy doesn't offer me a coi trnct at all I understand I will be a free agent by March 1. That, o be too late to any club as manager, so I guess he has the say as-to 'whether I play bal next year.' WICKED WINNIPEG Winnipeg, .Novi police handled l.-llt; cases last month; GUI were summoned, 131 warrants ami 56 summary arrests. The drunks again cad the list, there being 5G5 of those who absorbed too much. (By Christy Mathewson) Joe Tinker, star shortstop of the Chicago Cubs, has given me more trouble than any other opposing bats- man i ever faced during more than twelve years of service in the Nation- al league. In fact, I long ago caalf to regard him as my balling jinx b" cause Joe always has been a 'Male Attire" man seldom proves fickle to hU choice. Tailored Overcoais combine warmth and cojnfortwilhout sacrificing style. Tho heavy material ii tailored eo that thu fin- ithed coat in never bur- dentome j yet it afforda protection'in torero weather. your money belongs to you, without ques- tion, until you are entirely T. C Ridpath 315 SIXTH'STREET SOUTH factor in the defeats handed me bj the Chicago club. The season of. 190" was a great one for Tinker both be- fore and utter that memorable fight 'or tho pennant which went right up to the last ditch. Joo and I-have been having gorno lively brushes, with ea'-li trying to outguess the other Prob- ably the most bitter pill.-ever given ure by Tinker was administered on the old Polo Sew 1'ork one ifteracon late In the season of IMS York, Chicago, and 'Pittsburg vere fighting. It-'out In see-saw fash- on for the pehnnnt, and Brown an old rival, was pitching'against me i he eyes of random all over the coun try centred about the resuit'-'of the race, which had narrowed 'down to 'tha real crisis. Neither side had push- ed a run over the plate in seven inn- Ings, and naturally the-great erowd gathered about, the yard was wrought up to a high state oKnorvousness'in Urn midst of ono of', these Yge'neral brainstorms Tinker laid hold'of the ball, drilling n liner, high', and far away to left centre'; Jthe .tali crusbln- against tho fence.- Cap In hand, the Cub shortstop 'around the pathway, speed for a homnr. That rim; was the only one scored In the .battle, and Incidentally, the: beating thus accorded prac-' tlcally blasted every .prospect We had' winning the Xntldnnl" leas-no champicnshin. 'At "firs; Tinker a ivrahness against low curve ball- cutting corner nf th Plate, but- it didn't take him Ion- tf remedy this fault. One afternoon a. ter he had fanned three times In- took a solemn oath he'd never let i' happen again. He set abcut to cul-i yate a new style of batting agains; that particular sort of pitching i i you II pay strict attention to Joe ir Us batting poise nowadays you'll m, Hoe that he stonfls a considerable dis- tance, away from the plate. Ho ais- sa.3 to hold a unlquo record in that he ncrt-v hit by a pitcn- od hall during lUs long wrvlce in ttu- Aa.ional league. When I flrst knew Joe he wielded a long bat and chokeo It as he.stood up close to the plate. Now ho swings with one. of Ih0 short. slicks in the big icaRiin, 0ne of liio best, things .loo does mv nltehing Is to romb edra'-lns- Irives. hence ho is (July io! hold the litlo of Mf Uniting Jius BAYLEYIN HOSPITAL i I The admirers of Joe Dayley, Cana- dian lightweight champion" can tha >vho refereed t Day fight at Caleary f r favorite still retaining posses of his title, because Joe eviden ly Was ibe of a terrific bea Ing, notwithstanding tho fact that h came away with drawn honors. A Ca gnry despatch says: Joe Bayley, still holder of the till of lightweight champion of Canada virtue of one of the luckiest dec! ions that lias marked his meteor! i fighting career it Is said, is in the gen era] hospital in Calgary, where th advlpe of a doctor is to remov Ihe external evidences of ills Thanks giving day fight with Dick Hyland Bayley's features were severely triflet with during the encounter and after wards bore little resemblance to tnose of the debonnaire boy who drew fortl the hearty cheers of the fans when he entered the ring on Monday. The most serious injury was to hti kidneys. It -is not feared -that the champion suffered any lasting injury but at the close of the fight it was evident to the fans that his side where Hyland .rained so many heavy blows was much swollen a-nd it is said lhal ihls morning it was deemed advisable o consign the champ to the care of the medicos for a short time. SPORTING EDITOR LAMENTS BREAKING UP OF ONCE GREAT BASEBALL MACHINE 'George E. Phair in the Chicago Examiner laments the exit of Prank Chance as manager of the Chicago Nationals and the break- ing up of the famous Cub mach- ine iu the following clever verses: Gone Gone Is the war cry of yesteryear, Dead as an old romance. Gone Is the sound that we loved to hear, 'Tinker to Evers to Chance." Cease There llttlo fan, don't cry! They have broken your Cubs, I know; And the old machine .That was fast and elenn Is a thing of the long ago. But Johnny 'will build one by and by; There, little fan, don't cry! la. The following- weight scale, drawn ip by tho New York Commission, is ow on its way to the governing bod IOB lu the three countries named, ant Is expected to recoivo their approval: Paperweight, 108 pounds. Bantamweight, 115 pounds. Featherweight, 125 -pounds. Lightweight, 135 pounds. Welterweight, Ur> poumla. Middleweight, 158 pounds. Light heavyweight, or commission i weight, 175 pounds. Heavyweight, 175 pounds and over. The present classes nnd weight lim- its a-re: Bantamweight, 115 pounds. Featherweight, 122 pounds. Light-weight, 133 pounds. Welterweight, 142 pounds. Middleweight, IBS pounds side.) Heavyweight, 158 pounds. Heavyweight, over 15S pounds. The commission, in fixing the.scale, WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg, Nov. was a llttlo on tho'-quiet sWe.toilay owlug to the closing: of Amor-lean markets. A feature of intoreat, .''though, was a marked improvement In-the-..deniiiuu 'or cash wlnial of all grades. Nov. ember opeueit 1-8 lower, J.'lttcember and Hay 1-8 prices were irotty steady tlirgughput'the' morn- ag. Onus ara little changed but tta Is still on tho down Weather conditions are most fav. rable for the winding up o( thresh, ig and for delivery anil iransnoiia- ou. Receipts were about average, being 74 cars inspected and 1100 in sight Liverpool closed 1-S to 3-S off. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Nov. markets to- day were SHAKE-UP OF BIG LEAGUE MANAGERS FOR NEXT YEAR The only clubs -who look to retai their managers are New York an Pittsburg. JIuggsy JlcGraw and Fre Clark are tho two leaders sure of th samo job for another year. Bosto slated to get Stallings, w-ho ha been doing tlie on again, off again ?ono again Finuegan aet ever sine Ihe close of tho season; Cincinnat s the berth selected for Joe Tinker Evens'looks good for Chicago; Chance s mentioned to succeed Dablen a Brooklyn and Hugglna is said to bo Mrs. Britton's choice to succeed Rdg er Brasnahan, while tho situation at 'hiladclphia has stirred up trouble r Fogel and Dooiu, but has failed reveal a possible, successor with ho exception of Knabe, tho red-head- d leader of the .Phillies. Taken alto- ether it is'a very merry situation, nd just the right material to b-right- n up the long and dreary winter that es before tho fans. The wonder ol all ipet Dec. May Nov....... Dec........ Nov....... Dec........ 1 also stipulated that tile various weigh limits should be made1 at tho ringside Ringside weighing has many oppon cuts in this country, and it Is believed that a modification of this rule will bo igreed upon later by the Internationa lodles concerned. The commission's schedule calls for new class to include boxers loo heavy to make pounds ringside, yet too light to compete ns full-fled- ged heavyweights. Tho Idea is to do away with contests in which a man weighing 1G5 pounds meets an op- ponent carrying 200 pounils or more. In addition to the weights pro- gramme, tho commission has entered into an agreement with Ehgllsji, French and Australian promoters by Jf0 3 'which uniform rules nnd penalties will be mutually recognized. open Close S7J- 87{ 89 33" 1.39 1.24 Cash Prices 3 Nor. 4 ?Or f> sro. 6.................. Feed" Winter Wheat- No. 1.....' 1.28J 874 S4J S3 At Last! A New One. No. 3 No. 4 Oats- No. 2 C. w. Wife (to her husband loaie at 3 a.m., much tfie what Is the i of this, sir? unfortunate, m'dear, returning i No. 3 C. worse for (Extra No. 1 ixplanntion No. 1 Feed (No.- 2 Feed Feed let the suffragettes and got mistak-JNo. 3 n for Lloyd George. EVEN' MONEY ON MANDOT-WOLGAST [Rejected................. No American markets. GO JlcGraw and Clark os- the Sunday school picnic fes- Even the man with an iron will may Now Orleans, Nov. Neither Wolgast nor Mantlet did any training today Tor thei-r .ten-round fight on Mon- day'night, .but- tomorrow both are -scheduled to do some llEht' boxing. Betting is nt even money, the wagers to bo decided by a majority vote of the sport writers on the local papers SlI S3" 79 36} 3a" 35 -m 5U 48 J 48 i y One Best. Pal--- oyal Tailored Self Your clothes are your bosom friends; your closest chums; the companions with whom you spend two-thirds of this earthly life. And since n man is weighed by the company he yon. owe it to yourself to wear clotlies that compliment your juckrnent nnd Crodit'yonr' own sel- ection and individually mado-to-order custom-built clothes? Surely you are entitled to the companion- ship of made-to-order clothes. Get them from can wear them with every assurance of being properly dressed. They will make you look like yon want to look. F. K, McjLeod AND GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR; RFTH ST. BETWEEN AND THE BUOO THEATRE Weekly Winnipeg Letter (By Rice Winnipeg, Oct. Receipts lor the 'past week: Cattle calves 399. J2-18, sheep 33-, with cattle, -151 calves, 'l074 ihogs and 511 sheen for the previous week. The supply of cattle .flic past been considerabiy short of -the previous week and this coupled: Iwith a jroott demand from both local and outside buyers good -active tr.idc and prices were, advanced from 10 lo cents over last week. The hulk of the olleriugs run v very com- jmon. Tlic best cattle here were sold i mostly In mixed lots and the top price for this week so tar'has been around S5-.75 with the bulk of the best' cattle selling from to S3. (10. Medium butcher stuff sold from to Jfl.fio and .'common kinds from to St. 25. Hulls Jin good demand and the bulk of UK- 'offerings snlil from In siflCL i Milkers and springers w'ett, In" supiily and thi'.rc. is no change iii values. Stockcrs feeders have been iv little fiil the past, ten days while- the market has been linn and strong pric- es have been paid there is a toiaof.cy to lower vulues on nccount bf l; the I season becoming late. slockers hafc been .selling around S1.50 In with tlie ligh't'" plain kind from to SI. 25. We ciiiote as follows, dclimcd fed and watered Prime st-ers; 1300 ll-s up, (0 86.25 chok-D.slecrs llio to 1300 HIE., XS.CII 1-cst b" loher steers and fcpifi-rs, in CO common butcher fleers and heifers, tfl It) cr.oicn butcher cows, S5..00 tn mecli urn cows and hejifers, common cows, J3.nd to wt bulls, -to common to me- dium bulls, to l-eHfced ers 1000 to K.is- 1 lecte, 800 lo t 55.00 best s'toch rs, to -S4 W light L" and In 570.00 cooimon tb motljum millers and springers, S40.tlO to -SSd.OO 'all week C Wltll.a on'ipugh sows I M .lags. toeling, however gather weat, in hctl house, of ii. kind some: of packers were only bJJdiiiK 23 (n' and would r n see them work fr ,1 ''01 veals SC.ao' to jaud heavy land lamlia iiiii.hainjisd ;