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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TITE LKTTIBRIDOE DAILY TIERAJ.D 'Sfhiy, November 7, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS TOMMY KILBANE DEFEATED BY LttKOSSUCK Saskatoon, -Nov. "Young Kossuck, 'Of- Merced, Minn., kuocke out Tommy Kilhane, ot Cleveland Ohio, in the ninth round of a schedu! ,ed fifteen-round bout here tonight. In the fourth round Kilb.ine's lef :was closed, and he continual! ran- into Leo's damaging left jabs af ter that. Kilbana was heavier than his opponent, -who pit up a splendid fight, and showed grea form. It was Kossick's kft jabs, his body blows and telling work at in lighting that was largely responsibli for his victory. In the eighth rouni ho had Kilbana groggy, and about the middle of the, ninth sent over a righ cross to the jaw, putting his oppo uent tlawn and out. Kilbane put up a plucky fight. SHERMAN LEADS DEORO Billiard Match for 600 Points Going on at New York City New York, Nov. Sherman of Washington led at the eud of the first, night's play last niglit, in his COO-point match 'with Alfred DoOro, holder, of the world's pocket billiard title, the score, standing 200 to 129. Sherman jumped into the lead at the start of the game, and was never headed. Sherman made a high run of 29, and DeOro 24. The match was played under the new "open break" rul'3, and play was very fast. JOCKEYS FATALLY HURT Mix Up iri Race at Pimlico Track- Famous Horse Put Out of Com- mission Baltimore, Md., Nov. mix- up in the fifth race at Pimlico today. Jockey Teehan and Jockey Byrne were fatally injured, and Wirth, this year's Kestuey Derby winner, was so badly cut that he probably will noi race again. The jockeys were taken to a hospital, H was said that the X-rays would used tomorrow to determine the extent of Teehan's in- juries. Wirth is owned by H. C. Hallenbeck, of New York, and is valued a WORTH TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS MSFARLANO. REGINA AND WINNIPEG MAY NOT PLAY SAT. Winnipeg, Nov. G. The rugby game between Regina and Winnipeg is still hanging fire, the clubs failing to come to an agreement today in re- gard to the expenses in con- nection wiili ih-e game; Chicago, Nov. Pack-ey McFar- and announced y-esterday he would etire from the prize ring after his orthcornfng contest with Young Jack 'Brian in Philadelphia next month. ie said he was tired of the continual gor of training and that the lure ot the dollar had lost some of its draw. "There arc only three fights I would like to get before I McFarland BITS ABOUT EASTERN GRIDIRON PERFORMERS Who are the best line plungers In i In tho 0. II. R U. Hoss Craig, of the Canadian football today? Most of thu Hamilton Alerts, is (ho star of tho' teams that are playing in tho threo) union, and his bucking quulIUcB avo senior scries liavo one or two men 'ivho siiind out ubove tlio rest in the lirt of carrying a ball through an op- posing lino. The greatest of them all is without doubt Smirlte Lawson of the Argonauts. Two years ago, with Varsity, ho smashed through all the teams in the intercollegiate and inst Saturday-in this city ho saved tlie game for the Argonauts by hia remarkable line hi the last quarter. lie fre.rieutly ran 25 to 40 yards through tho whole Tiger team and received everything from a punch In the face to a Kick in tho head when they iinally pulled the big. doctor (1 ,wn. His exhib.tion was one of the best ever seen on a Canadian Hold. .The Argonauts have another player In "Ted" Svimle. is gaining tho big feature of tho Alert games. In tho two games with Parkdalo this sea- son Craig has gone through tho pad- dler'a wing lino for big gains on many occasions, and stands next to Lawson as tho greatest lino hucker playing tha game. Tho Toronto Rugby club save a good man in Bill Crawford, who gains ground for tho new club by bucking right through the centre, Crawford is a husky giant and just rims over the opposing tnoklers. Pai-kdnto has Mackenzie, who was with Varsity this spring, and who is a player of the Al Ramsay style, and his plunges through the lino wore a feature of Iho Parkdale-Alerts game on Thanksgiving day. It Is to be re- DON'T WEAR A TRUSS! After Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced an Appliance for Men, Women or Children that Cures Rupture Sand It on Trial If you have tried most everything conic to ,mo. Where others where I 1mvo maito my greatest iK-cc'ds. -Semi attached coupon today and I will sciid you freo my illustrated r al this style of play. Whale is a grad-j gretted that Mackenzie was not elig- uate of the Capitals, and this is his! ible for Varsity as they need a player first year hi senior company, and his ability to buck the line for big gains has been of great .assistance to the oarsmen. of this stamp. Tu the Intercollegiate, Elliott, of Queen's, and of McGill, stand head and shoulders over the Down in Ottawa they have uncover- other players in the union. In the Me- ed a giant by the name of Meglough-j Gill-Varsity game at Montreal Water- lin, 'who has been successful in going j Ous plunged right through the Var- yards oa ninny occasions for the i sity line for big gains on several Rough Riders. This is Megloughlin's! occasions, and is a great factor in all first, year at football, and his weight! the McGill mass plays. Elliott, who and strength have been of great as-! was'with Ottawa last year, is also an sistnnce to the Hough Riders. Bob j adept at line plunging and while not Isbister, of the Tigers, is one of the; in good condition when' Queen's play- bast ground gainers in the Interpreted Varsity last .Saturday, will give viacial, and in his twelve years of both Varsity and 'McGill considerable service has'been tiie means of helping j trouble when they go to Kingston. the Tigers out of many a tight comer by his ability to buck the line. said. "I'd l to take c-n Ad Wolgast, the champion; I'-d like to meet Jack Britton, a Chicago boy, who is a com- er; and I would like to get into a ring with Battling Nelson, just to give a whipping. "I have made about in the last five years, and that is why I am i-eady to quit. IIy best winning was with Matt Wells, the Englishman. 1 drew down for that fight My battle 'with Jimmy Britt in San Fran- cisco, brought me 55000. I have a number of smaller fights right along, and clean up nearly a year. "t never- bet on myself, but have made a little bet on others. It never has been a paying preposition to bet, though, and 1 quit it." LALONDE OUT FOR THE BEST HE CAN GET Flirting With Hockey Magnates of the East and West for Big Pay Toronto, Nov. was announced from Cornwall this morning, that "JSTewsy" Lalonde had decided to TC- main in tha east and that he would be found with George Kennedy's Canad- ian team. But Kennedy came through tonight with an emphatic denial in which h-e declares that Lalonde's price is far in excess ui what th-e Canadian Club can possibly give him. Laloude is evidently playing one league ag- ainst the other, but according to in- timate friends he will honor the con- tract he has with the Patrick syndi- cate. HE WAS OVER-ADVERTISED ALBERTA HOCKEY AND ALLAN CUP Harry Stuart of Winnipeg Mon- archs, Tells Peggers How Edmonton and Calgary Are After Famous Trophy FOOTBALL OLD COUNTRY STANDINGS First Division P W L D P.O. Varsity is the weak sister in this Tespect, and since they lost Smirlie Lawsou and Al Rtimsny have not any I players who stand c.ut as great line j plungers. Charlie Gage and Jeff Tay- i lor are the 'best of the aud Gage has been used to break through iu several games with good results. Aston Villa Newcastle United ..11 ..10 Blackburn Rovers ...11 5 S Manchester City 9 0 2 Sheffield Wednesday .962 Bolton Wanderers .10 0 4 _ West Broni. Albion 9 5 2 10 3 2 S 5 3 Oldham (Winnipeg Tribune) Out in Alberta they are fastening covetous eyes upon the Allan cup. They say they'll have the amateur hockey championship-emblem it is necessary to keep players in training the year round. Calgary lias already made ona at-! Preston Ncrth End tempt co lift the piece of silverware, i Notts Forest Derby County Bradford City Manchester IT-ait-ed Middlesborougll V. Evertcn Liverpool Sunderland Woolwich Arsenal Chelsea Sheffield United Notts County Tottenham Hotspur 9 3 9 3 .10 4 .10 4 .10. 3 .10 2 .10 2 9 1 S 1 Second Division P V Lincoln City .10 Clapton Orient .1..... 0 Birmingham -----0 L D P.C. Hull City Fiarnsley Bristol City Wolwrhampton .10 'MARTY'O'TOOLE of Me TITTSBURG B.B.C'. Marty of tho -Pltteflnirg tewn, is of the opinion that he will a ;good season next year. Marty Is a fine sort of fellow, Is quite disgusted with all of this talk about him being the highest priced pitcher In tho land. Says he: "Tho advertls- which is becoming famous in sporting circles. Edmonton sportsmen simply ca.nnot stomach til? thought of being outUQue in any feature by the rivni city, and they expect to get the npp-er hand Calgary by sending out a team that can win the trophy donated by Sir Montagu Allan. Harry Stuarl, the crack goal tend 01 Mnnarchs, retUrnrd to this city tcday from Calgary and ICdmonton, where ho has >been stationed fo'r some months, and -he says both cities are making great preparations for the licckey season. Wanted in West was thought some time ago that Marry was permanently, transferred to _ Alberta by tile railway company, with he is kinntillcil. and Calsary and Edmonton hockey man- agers have made desperate efforts to land the net star. isn't altogether certain that ho will remain'in Winnipeg, but he admitted the desire to play with tho Monarclis again, and his desire is so strong that he will likely bo found with his old team mates when the puck season ope-ns. Monarclis are counting upon having their old star between the nets, and its a good wager that Harry will bo found in that position this season. Thinks "Cully" Will Return The- Monarch goal ilofsn't 'njnce (oo much reliance In tile dispatch jxster- i day from Toronto announcing that j Toronto professionals had secured I "Cully Wilson." Stuart is of. the i onlnion thnt "rniK-" wtii tc Winnipeg and remain an amateur. While In tho west Harry completed j for the Monarchs to I play exhibition games at Calgary and Edmonton. There arc two senior Crystal Palace Plymouth Argyle, Portsmouth Jlerthyr Tydvil West Ham United ICx-etcr City Coventry City Norwich City v Reading Ins Unit I got through tho deal which j amateur hockey clubs In each city, .....Monarchs will play all of them. sent me to Plttsburg wag a big hand! cap to ma all I hope that I have down that high-priced reputa. tlon. Tho season has been more or less of a nightmaro to mo and I nm glad It is at an end." 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Wolgast would come here Thanksgiving Day, to box in defence of his title yesterday wir- ed Tom Jones, Wolgast's manager, at New Orleans, to postpone the match until New Year's Day. "I will endeavor to match Frankie Burns, ot Oakland, with Willl? Ritchie or Tommy Murphy, and put tha win-' ner against Wolgast on New Year's said Coffarth. "If Slandot de- feats Rivers, I will try'to match him." WON'T TOLERATE PRO. PLAYE'RS IN B.C.' UNION Victoria Rugby Player Charged With Professionalism, and Trouble Is Brewing HOLD MARKETS LETHBRIOGE MARKETS; I Elevator Prices No. 1 Northern........ No. '1 .Northern........ No. 3 Northern No. 4......... No. 5......... No. 1 Alberta lied No. 2 Alberta lied No. It Alborla Red No.'-I Alberta Red No. 5 Alberta Ited No. 1 N. W. Flax No. 2 C. W. Oats No. 3 Barley Bran, per ton .Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, ..-.V.-.w K. "0 Rolled Oats 27 00 Butter and Dairy butter 34 Creamery butter n.............. flB Eggs, Iresh......... OjlS Htji: if-.. Dressed, per !b. Oil 1' Live, per pound Poultry: J0.63 0.59 0.611 0.62 0.45 O.B2 O.M 0.5C 0.52 O.-IB 0.93 10.25 1.37 11. 00 00 .....v tv Live spring chickens, per TRACK PRICES I (Supplied by W. S. McLaughiin 4 Co Hull Block, Net prices (or cars of grain on track', from all points taking a 25 cent per- freight rate to Fort William: No. 1 Northern UU% 63% B7% 52% WINTER SHOW DOG IN WEST V. E. Green, secretary of the Lethbridge kennel club, has received, a communication from Calgary, Edmonton and Moose Jaw, relative to a, circuit for a "winter dog show." There will be a meeting of the Ken- nel club in Room 4, Hull Block, on Saturday evening, November 9, at S o'clock, to de- cide upon the above. Dog fanciers of the city are re- quested to make arrangements to be present. Vancouver, B. C.. Nov. split imminent in British Columbia rugby union circles, as the result of charges of professionalism against a Victoria player, and officials of the Vancouver rugby union have wired the Victoria Club, pretesting against the inclusion of any professionals in the AIcKeitchie Cup matches. Thomas is the Victoria player whom the local club claim is a former old- country professional, and who has never re-instated, while it was stated last night that other charges of professionalism may laid as a of the quiet investigation-the Pacific coast champions have been conducting. KID WILLIAMS WON OVER BILL. FITZeiMMONS New York, Nov. Williams, the Baltimore bantam-weight, out- pointed Bill Fitzsimmons, of Yonkers, n a ten-round bout last Fitz- iimmons was outclassed, although from the seventh round to the end of the bout he fought gamely and landed s-everal telling lefts and rights to Wil- liams' body. 'A''Classy Bout Mike Gibbons and Eddie McGoorty are scheduled for a bout in Madison Square Garden February 11. It is to be hoped that the two will come to- gether on this date as it will go a great way toward clearing up the middleweight" muddle. Gibbons, who is "the best man iu the welterweight ranks, has decided to become a middle weight. McGoorty by his sensational work in the ring of late has shown himself to be about the best fighter in this division. A meeting 'between the two is eagerly awaited by the ring enthusiasts. TOOK THE COUNT Then Kirkwood Arose and Put Opponent Down and Won No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4......... No. 5......... No. 8......... Feed No. 1 A. R. W. No. 2 A. R. W. No. 3 A. R. W. No. 4 A. R. W. No. 1 N. W. Flax No. 2 C. W. Oats No. 3 C. W. Oats No. 3 Barley No. 4. Barley 66% 63% 62% 53% 103% 25% 2514 36 Other grades accepted at spread ex- isting on date of inspection. Government weights and grades al- ways supplied. For stations of Bull's Head, Seveh Persons, Whitla, Winnifred, Bow Is- land and Burdette, add to the abovo prices 1% cents on wheat, flax, and barley, and 1 cent for oats. From Grassy Lake, Purple Springs, Taber, Barnwell, Chin, and Coaldale, add IVi cents on wheat, flax, and barley, and cent for oats. From Kipp, Monarch, Pierce, Mac- lecd, Pi-egan, Brocket, Pincher, Cow- ley, Noble, Barons, Carmangay, Wil- son Siding, Welling, Stirling, Wells Siding- and New Dayton, add cent on wheat, flax and barley, and cent for oats. For points west of Cowley d-educt cent on wheat, flax, and barley, aud Vt cent per bushel on oats. THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES New York, Nov. Kirkwcod, of St. Louis, a featherweight, had the better of every round, except one In a hard-fought battle, with Patsy Kl'ne, of Newark. In the third round Kline, 'with a left swing, knocked Kirkwood down. The latter took the count, arose, and in turn knocked Kline down with a right upper cut to the jaw, and then outfought the New Jersey lad to the end. Winnipeg, Man., Nov. option market opened H lower and.-at, firsl; seemed likely to gain on the strength, of higher cables. This was but a :eniporary movement and prices held very steady throughout the morning. Flax showed some 'improvement and oats were firm. Light snow was reported1 in south- east Alberta, otherwise the weather IB 'avorable for delivery and transpor- tation. Cash and export trade are fair with offerings liberal. Receipts cars inspected, 1150 in sight. Cables closed: Liverpool to up; Paris VI to Vi lower; Berlin lower; unchanged; Antwerp up. November Wheat May....... Oats: November December Flax: November December 3% 85% Open Close 82% S2% 87% 87% 34% 34% 32% 12314 117% 119K CASH PRICES Wheat: Closo No. 1. Northern No. 2. Northern 82% No. 3. Northern 81 On every track a favorite WhitcN Horse Whisl Aak for It In the dlnl No. No.-n.......................... No. 6.......................... Winter Wheat: No. 1....................... No. 2.......................... No. 3......................... Osts: No. 2. C. W.................. 35 No. .1. C. W................... 3-1 Extra. No. 1. Peed............. 76% 71% 61 55 Su S2% 81 Minneapolis December May..... July Chicago Open Close 8'5K S4% 9154 9054 ;