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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Annual Meet- ing of the1 Lethbridge Cfirling Club. Will Chamber Wedn'dayNov.8 Al Eight O'clock. 'S.'J. SHEPHERD, J. BRUCE, Ste Johnson is Coming Home .Colored Pugilist Has No Further Use for England Hissed at Theatre .lack Johnson Is out' .a talc of about his experiences in 1 nil v_ The .bis colored fighter has found out that they like :i' black man no hel- ler ill (ho British Isles than they do Jil anil he is fueling hurt out it. His ajJpcarauce on iho FOREIGN WRESTLERS LOOK GOOD FORJMH'S TITLE Mahmout, the Bulgarian Tiger, Who.Will be'Seen Here With the Champion Thursday Evening, a Worthy Too-HackenscHmidt Not Counted as a Gotch to Retire did not meet with the reception liu ex- pected, so now he is ahou: to shake the (lust of Eugland from' his jmieut leather .shoes, and -London will he jnacle to feel that Jack is displeased vith it, The .Montreal .Herald has the fol- Jov.-iug account of Johnson's trouhles: There IB some hope for the poor old British drama after all. "Lil" John Artha' .lohnsoai, the champion black gla lie much to his disgust and hc- With Frank Golcli. lifavywelghl tlie worln, about ready Io u'lil Hie il sins'to -is if li't1 HI- into the iraniN "i HT'-i, and M'alunuul are the must serious, contenders Icipplcd him in jis time. Since then lias been touring Kurope and, according to his manager, Mr. fall i.I. II. Uurmaii. lie has picked up a j world .of knou'ledire of calch-as-catca- Iheiean wrestling ami lias wonderlully Ibe i itnproveil a previously nmgnilicoiU SONG OF THE MOOSE .spring rum .lonnsoji, me cuiiiupiuu .Just .aiHator. u-as liissed last made oh music hall debiit it ___t. llnl11 some ah isn't an nctor like Corbett. an' some oh lie "tier UeutlQ'iiKns diit done held (ie clurn- rionsm i Johnson to inc. "hut Ah suttiniy deserve to be t.ieated netted .ilsn dey treated me. at ois yere Palladium do Oder night. Ah Jim goin' hack to'de good ole-States, "where dey know how to fry poke ohcps and chickens, anyway, and Ah am goin' to resign -ay championship ami Ul.o a gentleman, clat's what Ah Is e.nd Ah doan care who knows it." li Is still sore over the re- fusal of the authorities to permit him to pummel Bombardier Weils, and he was in no humor to make his appear- ance oi the Palladium. His vanity 1 s i mneh hurt, and he is sin- cere in 'his expressed determination to leave Albion's shores and return home. As to his resigning the.ehara- cliampioniJiip, and they will probably i physique, -all of which, Merman points a match some time next out, may hf taken as assnrajice that to settle till' question of su- he will perform more creditably if premacy. Ootcii is dotcrmined io; lie gets another elmnce at the title retire, lie has been the leader among' holder than he did on the occasion oi the mat kings for the past ten or their first, meeting. On that occa- eleven years'aiid is now on a fare-.j sion Kbysikn lost two falls inside oi well tour, which he declares will end j half an hour, the first in record time, his career on the mat.- ja fraction over six seconds. But as .lust who will'land-the title when i dutch savs he is through with the res will not be determined game there appears little chance for of the aspirants get to- the Pole to get a return match, gether and settle the issue -among! Yonsift Miihinout, the Bulgarian themselves. It is almost who is touring the country i however, that some big, husky for-; with Gotch-, and who will be seen in 'cigner will be the next champion ot l.ctlibridge with the champion Thurs- thc unless there are day evening, is' considered..by.experts some "hopes" among the granpler's .as the next best man to the chain- in the American domain, and at this pion, and it would not be surprising j time there doesn't appear to he any .if the iowan handed the .title over to of them who can he considered training-partner. IT-e is adniit- ous contenders' for the job.. Heell, man thaa'hc was when Klank, Fanner Burns and the others met Crotch in Chicago three years were all good men once, but appear I back, and Gotch lignres that Yousiff to have passed their day, and it I can slip it over on any of them. Ac- of a novelty at tlie local poim- Jar moving picture Hliow at nine o'clock. His pet Moc.se songs never fail to bring down the house. Bo there at the tap of the going to be some fun. To be Sung at Starland This Evening Have you over n moose sing? Your opportunity wlM he tonight If you have not. At the Starlaml Thcntro the fa- mous Binder, Krttmind Baker, of tlie Loyal Order of Moone, will sing something in the way C. 0. F. BOWLERS WERE OUTCLASSED War Whoop Spouters did the Moore High Man The Indians again showed their su- perior clASB at the Dominion Alleys last evening. The C. O. F. team were the victims of the Redmen, taking the short end of .the score by 157 pins. G. Mooifc rolled high aggregate at 510, going after the pins In contract style. International Harvester Seiden- becher was there with an eight foot cut and a patent stookter to gather up his spares. Kuntzweiler is a new man now rests for.some foreigner to come ;cording to the 'champion, the Bulgar- jgame on tlle Dom along and grab the money-getting iaii Tiger "is at Ms man of j tens a title. George Ifachenschmidt will no j thirty, Oi clean habits and a style of C) longer be considered eligible, for the wrestling that no possess- work. U'rom the Hat, and as this was his first iiion Alleys his score I tells a good tale. Pultoy and 'J. Moore through. with some good top class in -wrestling. Tlie Russian Lion was n disappointment. He .to show anything like. championship-! three Hindu wrestlers who would like form when he met Ootcli last -Labor'a crack at the title, while there are, day anil he will probably remain at :perhaps, more I'qles, Swedes.anil Rus- retiring, it is not fan- home. t'he Polish sians who aspire to championship wcestlcu, is sucking a match with honors, but-it will be a long time he- Gotch. hut-the champion says fore another champion like Go.tch is is nothing doing.so far as hd is con-j uncovered. He is the peer among ho With no white -hopes the name, however, there cicd that if he can: find wortm o hs prowess It u th" f 01 tin f be, nothing else left for him to do. The Britons are indebted to .Tohn: son for .one thing. He has-madc them diaw the color litre: The Eight of the lilg bluck prize fighter lordlns; it over ]lts retinue of white hangers on, and. women, was too much for the (Xiritish public to stand. The British Empire has a color problem of its own in -India, Africa, and various oth- i possessions, The solution of this problem rests in the ability of the iv hit lace to maintain their suprem- and superiority, pbysicjlly as well ss menially, ovgr the colored brother. ,Tlie sight of a negro, the pugilistic ctni ot the world, is not calcul- ated to enhance the British prestige or to inspire the admiration of the bin o John Arthur Johnson lias had'it handetl to him in a manner that he will not forget. As Bad as Ever Rugby as Many In: juries as in the Past --.Nivi' Haven, Conn.. Xoy. G.__The contention- that present day football is. as nrpliric as the obsolete same in producing- injuries is apparently borne out by the-Ions list of Injuries which Have befallen Vale plaj'sra this-year. .Wore than 30 members of the squad have been and out of practice at various times this season., including Capu Howe and about half of the star men of ibe first eleven. .Th'e list is longer 'than that exper- ifiiiojd hy any other co'Iege, but the cithers h'tive had a share of Three of Harvard's beat men have liad a long bospital record this fall, ftnd West Point, Brown, Cornell and Carlisle ara other sufferers. For the C. 0. R, .Evans, .the pro- Resides this-pair, there are two or [prietor of the alloys, howled as though lie was atrald of wearing out the pins. "UoundhousB" Brnithwaite had a little hard luck but rolled steadier toward the close. G. Neidig's injured arm'ac- counts probably fall downs, out he says he can "co'me back." Kel- GOTHAM REPLACES PUGILKTIC FRISCO Fighters Prefer the Short Bouts of N. Y. to the 20-Round Mills Chicago, Xov. Yoi'li and its tt'ii-nuiud hoxini; hoiits are of! Sun Francisco as a lighting centre. This, at least, IK I ho opinion of Sam. veteran managoi and U'iiiner of fighters, who passed llirougli Chicago 'today' on his way io New Vork, where he has several offers to mix in with the boxing ,ame. .Sam intends to remain in New York, where lie lived for U; vears, indeliniU'ly, i-le 1ms been on the Coast for three' years, liis latest star being Antone I.agtnve, a Hght- vcifcht, .who outgrew the class just tit a tinie wlicn he seemed most prCJln- ising. The boxing ganie in San Fran- cisco would be as good as ever it wris right now if Uiu boxers could be iiduced to perform Sam- said !n between train times. "But the match of clubs in Fran- cisco find it impossible to offer them efficient inducements to 'get them way from York. "It's pretty soft in the East 'for the stars. You see they can get as nuch for boxing ten rounds us then can 20 on the Const, and in ad- dition the no-decision part of it is ttractive. A fighter man he iut. his defeat doesn't go' into tlie ecords that way. So nothing is lost. VIPGINIA CIQADETTL5 corned, .Gotch gave the Pole a match couple of years ago i" Chicago ami j to it. .The rest will have to {year form, [fight it out among themselves, so go ,sey 'bowled a sort of'anti-ov-er score, and Sinclair was far btilow "his last Unwomanly for the Fair Ones to Cheer at Games Says Wise One Minheajiolis, Minn., Nov. "Wo- i Women cari shripk, but they arc ua- mcii should not cheer' foothnll games. lo sound warlike noises. U ui'u.iwomanty. .They should con- j "r shoulfl like to sec a girte1 root- I iu'' team at the universitv i said line themselves to the singing of col- songs ami waving of their col- lege dean o' sity of JMinnesota. According to Miss I'omsloek, there is iioi-liing more dispiriting than the iltenipt on the part of a lot ni wo- men 'io cbcer and ypll in concert. J'hey do not inspire, the charge, but rntiier panic-stricken flight, inl-imaies Miss Comstock. Tlw noise resembles lolliing so much as the moaning of uiie in Ibe throes qf a nightmare. Pickel.ing> captain anirstar.of thp university eleven. For myself 1 says Miss Ida Com- say .that f. llu: .vomen at the icliefrs of the coeds above" tlie rool- eliil.', and. they inspire me. 1 be- L- that women's cheers Iiuve won many games of foot hair for Mir. univftrsily as any hunch of U. Jfoore.. Seidenbecher Kimtzweiler. pulley..... J-. Moore Total Evans Sinclair Kelsey Uraita'waite Indians 147 IfiO 177. 167 163 152 C. O. F.. 176 161 125 V. 138 15f> 2429 D9. 1G3--113 Total A preliminary Vorriors that ever dug up the turf on Uic gridiron." iliss C'uiiistocV says siie would con- it ;i misfortune if any were forrecd foi" icminins root- i-ion ers. meet- ing was also held at tbe Dominion a'i- leys last night when it. was decided -io uolri the-'list open for a tew days be- rore final organisation. Following are those already on tbc list: Cbllins, Wil- son. Devine, Reiten, G. ''Moore, Moore, M'C- Kenzio, ROBS, Pberacn', Meyers, Da- j vies, Sinclair, Shover, Percival, PuKcy Sear'-e, Kclsey, Jon'iK, Kuntzweiler, 'Green and Hodgins. Some Commendable Facts' About Gotch In view of Gotch's visit to .Lw.h- Jridge next Thursday the following 'aew regarding Gotcb's career .will be nteresting: fiotch never bad a smoke nor a Irink in his life. Gotch bus won his way from an 'ob- nra farm" boy of Iowa to his present jroiid position in the athletic world 13 tbe possessor of. .the Gotch believes in brains before bulk n any wpheiio of activity, although he realizes that a liberal supply of both are necessary for A man who expects MODEL I9Q6.22 CALIBER Extra Light Weight Repeating Rifle to Ije the greatest wrestter on earth. the exception of a fey.- bouts lost in his kindergarten days to Fred Ueel, tliy wpndar, Gotch has never been defeated 'In a straight bout life, although be lost several handicap matches in wfilch 'ih'a concessions were too great for even such an able perfurnier'as Praiik By Indlimtlon Gotch a farmer first nnd a wrestler afterwards, but .Ills desire to corral all the wealth the world has to offwr, its best wrestler has reversed things in .actual prac- tice. Gotch is ,the owner of six hundred acres of tho richest farm lands In fertile Iowa. Gotch is a- gentleman at all tinras, and his life is a good example for j both the clean citizen, and'.tile ambit- tons athlete. MOW'S THIS 'FOR BIG COIN Vou have- read with 'envious eyes iow tbe Giants and Athletics were Jutting up thousands from tbe spoils 'f the world's series. Well, here is he. richest-joke of th'a post -season series. It is not "rich in'money, but humor. If, happened in the games, be- tween Cincinnati.and Cleveland. The players thought that an advertised struggle between tbe pair for the cnanipionship of Ohio would be an at- traction, but only 400' people" turned out for the first game, and is the way the spoils ware 'split: Total receipts Cincinnati's share............ CIevelan4'B share............ 31.9-1 Cincinnati player's s'mre Cleveland .player's -share _1.H9 The whole series only neUeil a lit- tle over to .each winning play- er.- MIQPATH IMPROVING THOUGH'UNCONSCIOUS YET Nov. is a mark- ed "fimprovement in the doctor's re- port today In the condition of Bnicu Ridpath still unconscious. HE KNEW HOW IT FELT ..'I (Toronto Saturday iNMght.) jipiitical one vanquished, the other outside the; Parliament at Ottawa the other day. They weno the i-tbii: W. S. Fielding and the Hon..Geo. oh his way' to enter, the the' last' time, the ex-Finance'; was coming awsvy frq'nu; wnere he was about one1'of the oalile that Mr. of; Lowell's forever on this_ scaffold, forever on the throne.'' Vfl'r. Fiolding reached-but his hand, while Mr. Foster started to pull off; HB gTove. But .Mr. Fielding.said; 'Oh, mind your I was poor once myself." Thus did the "in" and the "out" ineet and part. the outfield "plays in" for a weak hitter, the generous .fans always iik'o" to him poke'it down to tlie fenco! MRS. CH1NIQUY DEAD W.oman Who Married -Famoug Ex- Priest Dies in 'New Hampshire Meredith, N. H.. vNTov. who caused such a seriimtioh at. tlie time she nitirrl'ad Father ChinHjuj, the Roman Catholic'priest, who had been expelled from the church, has just died. Father Chlnitiuyv it will be rvsinem- ijered, was one of the foremost Ro-; nian Catholic priests In the Dominion: of.-Cftnatla between the year3.1846 ajir! 1S53. H-e' Quebec, and was ordained a priest'In" 'the year 1S33. In :184fi he. began liis great move- ment iii fhe temp'arance, so ''succeESt'ul h-e that after- liis here In -Can-1 In 386S, after-he hjad falleq ,frorjj the Cbiirqh of be was onlaliiell, a Presbyleriah ininist'er and, deyotedj tnc romainder of fitS life mostly controversial .works, viz.: "Fifty, yearn in ,the of end boolvH of a 'kindred nature, c .very vepemous, in his at- lacks on the church to which he for- merly had givsn hfs allegiance and he died unrensnting of liia enmity to the church although the Archbishop of Montreal" did all, in his power to have tbe erring one'corhe; back to love of his Thii rilie Short, .ia Lonj or .39 Long Rifle ridfet without change of adjustment. It's take-down and a Ttry handy, ill-around smill caliber repeater. Examine one and you'11 agree that ,it'i the biggest rifle value ever o fir red. ASK YOUR DEALER TO SHOW YOU ONE. NOTED DOG RACER STRANDED IN NORTH Nome, Alaska, Xoy. .Tohn- son, the ruinous Jog tcr.in driver, is maroonud on ilio Siberian cociat. l> crossed ovor early In thv> tall to gel, iiiherian doga to ciilor in next year's atl Alaska race. Ice mov- ing down from Arctic drove away the ooat. on winch he to r'etllrn. Johnson'f! arrived here today w-'.th news of his plight': He. will he unable to set back to Nome this win- ter, .Toiinson is one of the .-most not- ed drivers in. the north. Driving Col. sir Janvefi Uaraany's team'of Siberian solves he won the In li'tO and f3tabiished a record of 74 nonrs 10 minutes, and 20 seconds for the 412 mile course. Johnson Pitched in Great Form This Year the fact that he is a member of n team which finished next, to last in the race which is -just drawing to a .close Waller .Johnson's record of "38 victories ami 12 defeats is a splendid one. -Bender, Gregg aiu! i Coombs arc Mm only pitchers that rcgularlj 11ns Mho a liottci si intling among pitchers linn Inhnson, And ft is casilj SLdi Dut lit. be leading thfim-all if he KCTC a member of a winning aggregation. This has been the year in .Johnson's career, notwith- standing the fact that he got a erablc start, and it was not until jiate in the season that he began to w inn in a; hall, that .Johnson ilias ch.ingcd his of pitching Is 'best inditaicd In the great filling off 'in Ihr miinblr of blukituuU I veu eN N'EM.VOU ;