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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta e t TOE LKTIITmiDGE DATTA November ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLDS FOREMOST EVENTS JOHNSON JN THE PEN AND CANT GET BAILED OUT Negro Pugilist in Desperate PredicamentPut Up a Touching Plea for Release but Law was Not to be Moved by Jacks Tears WALLOPED PHOTOGRAPHER WITH CANE the jftU door here Edward a newspaper attempted to take a flashlight picture of Jack and the pugilist knocked him down a heavy You cant take a picture of Deputy marshals ant Johnson hurried into thejull There he TVfis forced to remove nl his subjected to a careful Johnson 1 feignedto a cell inan upper Im mediately he objected to the location He as told he ould e to tal e trhat was him in jaii I want a dozen candles so I can more of cigars anil a case of champagne de have he told not as accommodating as they ivsre in San Johnson declared I got everything I want ed there Johnson asked for a bottle and this was given In the Uack champion heavy velgfit pugilist of tonight occupied a cell in the County due to liis fpUme to furnish a his on a charge of vidlating the Mann As he 1sft tlieV Federal building handcuffed to a deputy marshal ard after a futile plea to not have his wilst ruaiacKd Johnson seemed gieutly dejected but he said Jack Shed Tears In his Jghncon shed cish bond m almost and employed two David Beck retch and Edward in on ef fortto obtain his Three prospective bondsmen failed to qual and one of Albert was sent to jail after he had failed to obtain a bond of for bis ap pearance in court nest Monday to an swer a charge of contempt of i was lodged against him by the when he attempted to schedule property said to belong to his Tony another pro Jiective was ordered out of court because he answers to questions which tie court considered Could Get Bondsmen Jack Johnsons attempt to provide bond at the regular session of court out JudgeLandis agreed to hold a night and give the negro pugilist an opportunity to find now Albert who attempted to qualify as one of the pugilists was held in 000 on charge of af ter It had shown that he had se cured property under the name of Charles he pre viously had deeded to his Jones had not found a bondsman session and was re manded to the custody of States marshal along with Another Arrest Catherine at whose home the young white Lucille Gamer on lived for several was ar rested this She had been hiding in a barn for three She was held under bonds as a wit ness iu tho Johnson and also remanded to the custody of the mar shal Hes Desperate Give cash bond iii any but keep me out of pleaded uith his Both DistrictAttorney Wilkerson and Judge Landis refused to consider a cash attempt to swindle till court by offering unqualified said Judge I will not consider a cash Wilkerson said he understood that Johnson intended to leave this country on November if lie obtain ed his The offence with which Johnson is charged is not ex Several other charges Jack Johnson are to be investigated by the Grand It is Wilkerson tonight intended to put Johnson on trial as soon as The ctise probably be called next BALL CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER a member of the1 Cleveland American pitching was arrested here yes upon advice of chief of de tectives of where a warrantis out arrest on a of attempted denies having been any trouble in turned He will be re THE MIGHTY DOLLAR Tho Montreal iu lagt says The Mighty Dollar bids fair to be the destroying element in our many It has put cur national game Iu a lethargic from which it will take some time to resuscitate It has entered the arena cf hockey to such an extent two different pro fessional leagues woreantici Probably the lesson learnt from the fiasco of lacrosse has kept some from venturing on dangerous And now it has started to enter soccor foot It certainly rules the and tho many market able quantities in tho East and the West are up for the highest bidders in all classes of The sporting is beginning to show nlgiis of un and unless a VOKCC is put on the bidding a crash which will mean sure death to must inevitably The year of 1912 will be class ed as one of the most unfortunate ones in the annals cf for the dose of hemlock been ad ministered with the mighty dol and wreck and failures will be LOOK INTO THE CHARGES AT COAST meet ing of the Kugby Unlon been cullOa for night ia the charges of sad to exist in coast rugby circles Viill be investigat The Vancouver club that certain Victoria men wcro pro and the capital cials have come back with counter urgeB allegiiiir a prominent Vancouver official recently offered to advance money to ccTtain Calgary playtrs to move to esting developments are COBB A5 MINSTREL MAN Tyrus Cobb has another chance to Ulno In tho focttlshts which he renounced forever last Ilis lat est offer is the job of Interlocutor COVERED RINK WOULD LOOK GOOD Local Hockey League is After a Location at Ball Park There is a live wire hockey or ganization doing business iu the city this season and it trophies ot victori ous combat fail to grace local shelves if wont be through any lack of ag gressiveness on the part of this com Last night at Ridpaths Sixth the iockey league Concluded that It was I about time that this city should I spotl with George Evans Two position ai the lake was good in years aso Evans had Jim Corbett in many it was not considered this and now hopes to laud j up to Hie Hockey will never a diamond conic io its own in Lethbridgc until Cobb lost weight an actor last a covered rink is Tlie lake grow and was afraid pixrosiiion calls for an openair at tire atngo might lib Invaluable fair fenced the hockey league to ThcTcrore he quit and i the lumber tor the tlie that he would stick to j ti buy il from the league m the Cfb If they have to provide the lin and Christy ROLLER WIN ON TWO DIRTY FOULS BY HIS OPPONENT of defeated Raymond of San at the lo in wrestling From the start Casj iou of jt prove c yond the league will erect an lumber they inay as well use It to Hie best and trust to luck for a return for the material by sell ing in the spring if that should ap pear to h feasible at that A rink at ilio hall park was lyroach ed as a superior proposition to the lake and the meeting decided lo appeal io Hie pro prietor of the ball anent the A covered rink willbe a big un but the league will not be there is a practicable cover insisted on roughing and lost both falls on MARKETS The publics choice for Sold by all first class cafes sad HOUCK DEFEATED THE ANTIPODEAN of outpointed Dave the Australian middleweight champion in a six round bout last night at the Olympla Smith lauding a hard right hand swing whtoh raised a lump under Houcks eye in the fourth round but in the last tworounds Ilouck fair ly smothered the Australian with straight left INTERPROVINCIAL HOCKEY Cities of Saskatchewan and Manitoba May Havi Leagu Nov move ment is on foot here among promin open air rink that will surpass anyjent supporters of hockey with a view in submitting to severe pim displayed a quality of game ncss had never before been seea committee to wait upon Eck storm was appointed which will give a report at the next league OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL GOSSIP iVotlrwa A crowd attended called for next Wednesday A t this the local atti tude district and provincial hockey willbe and is likely and loudly cheered when Holler was awarded the CasEeanx kicked the face in chest for the second ALFRED RETAINS TITLE that a representative will he appoint ed to attend the hockey meeting nt Calgary next The lake rink has by no means as yet been abandoned and may still be IETHBRIDGE Elevator Prltes 1 t 2 Northern 3 Northern 1 i 5 I Alberta lied 2 Alberta Hod 3 Alberta 1 Alborta Alberta Flax 2 Oats S Barley per ton per ton per sacad Boiled Oats Gutter and Cggir Dairy Creamery buttsr fresh per per pound Poultry Live spring per Ducks Cattle on tna Moot per per lb per pound per pound per cwt w per Sew per per per i SATURDAYS GRAIN MARKET 08 gge other cities interested ana is said to be meeting with The ques tion of mileage has been worked out and found to offer no Bran don has the material for a first class team and local supporters of the great winter pastime are giving ment enthusiastic REFUTES ANY OFFERS New Frank of the New York American Grave doubts are entertained ess to whether the Hull Cit play will everbe able to piny John Swindons Scottish in is to receive a benefit match as a guarantee of Billy Meredith has got a nice little chectiue of as a first instalment of his With most players the first instalment is the Manchester City has played three games at home tills season and on each occasion the gate has exceeded Surelythis is a Meredith was a winner before he became a like all other minor he will never go down the pit A year or two ago George Robin the Bradford City dc jareu ho caught a severe chill at Villa tho draught ccuseil Burnley ore not shaping litre ing Freeman Boyle are this season a long way below the form that so nearly resulted their gaining the First Division last seascni There is nothing like a winning team for drawing big The meeting of the Rovers and Villa at Ewood created a Iqsgiso record for the The receipts were well over There is tp in the Villa Al though Buckleys srolicitors wrote alins that they worn taking their j clients instructions and asking for tho necessary fornrof the time 1 expired on without any apj peal j New DeOro tonight his titlo uj worlds champion at pocket bil Frank Sherman of Washington who challenged the was altogether outclassed by him in the block of six hundred point match has been miming for the past three De Oro made some wonderful combination shots and scored a high run of Sher mans btjt run was Total score Sherman 4CC De Oro Ilauiiiton looks sood for tional honors this JIc cceins a more likely sort jurstiCAV tiuin either byBache and Hallrunning past him I Freeman or so fayt and so He a risk of pneumonia quite Aj tho whora Livar demon wing this pair ijuucus Purl last is having an unlucky You dont have to be in tlse biwhiewi to tell a really can the genuine Durable simply constmctci absolutely for 365 Adjusts every mbvo of No Name EZE stamped on Refuse 50c at or postpaid for50c llnitods veteran K stlil nblj to show the first team what to do and how to do Hcvllle is proving a IUICCCPS iit cen tre forward for and ho is lead ing the line in fine and sets a good example his by scoring THEKING SUSPENDER COMPANY Canada For tho paltry sum of Man chester secured Lawrence and four young players who have figured very pominently Bolton Wanderers seejn to have a knack of rearing outside wing and no club in tho counlry sesses two bettor Umn Vixard and and curiously enousli nei ther can ever play for Viz ard being son was born In tjie most valuable for ward the Is a North hailing from He played with West Stanley prior to go ing to the the old Derby County and Ilradfoard Cily iu now Inlaying for StaiyUriilgc Celtic in tho Central leariO at first luilorc y ht you BECAUSE THAT NAME 15 stumped ON EVERY WE IMPORT 1PECIAL ED HAVANA TOB HENCE THE 1ILD BUT MEL OW FLAVOR OP HI Baled Havana HALF AN HOURS ENJOYMENT APPRECIATE ONE OF OUR SPEC XMAS PACK WATCH FOR Jose Gasie Company Manufacturers of Unlcd El Mi Linda tlie central point for skating and i lengue club declared tonight tnat he hookey here this While itjund made offers to neither Frank has its it also has itsChiinco nor Harry Davisto nianase commendable the Highlanders nest MOMENTOUS HOCKEY TALK There has been no asreemeut as yet tho British hockey league and the National hockey asso Should the peace negotia tions be culminated there will be a few Changes in the list of players signed oy the respective On the other if war is declared the chances arc that the strength of th clubs will aot be known until the leagues The coast league is awaiting action of the before making The eastern Can ada organization is scheduled to mee on Saturday and unless the wai clouds disappear on that date the Patricks will go after the big stars of the So far the following players have been signed by the league New Me Grif j Patrick Sm Mc Newsy is has signed with but it is some what doubtful whether he will play at the There is rumor that ho will bo traded to Canadians for Didicr until some peace ar rangernent is reached the I warring faciiciis there is absolutely no chance of any Ernie Jolui Hairy Hylami and Jimmy Gard although claimed by Westmin may play in the Regarding Newsy the latest rumor is that he will for Vancouver some lime next week and figure on Frank Patricks loam again tills It was un n the that George Kennedy had Newsy partly nailed down ior but close friends of Lalonde in Cornwall say he will be seen in the west this If he goes lb Vanccuver for hotjkey it Is alt togetlier likely that ho will romatn there for lacrosse next Smith will also return to the league and play with McGIll hockey team will tour this In the United Tlie liave already Jirrangctl lo games In Clevoland ant New Offers of matches have also been received As a result of the lovefeast which wound upthe N H convention in Jiinmy who at one time was slated to of released 1y Presi dent Lien ten h if Wanderers to Gardner is also hook ed Cor New It should be easy to tell where some of the puck stars will as soon as the season general rise in continental and tile an nounced stand of the Triple Alliance ns regards the settlement of the Bal kan troubles reacted on American all of which In the last half hour of trading was feverish the pit was crowded and the corridors Receipts were being 1261 cars and 1200 in Weather conditions over the west were Cables closed to unchanged to up np Bmla 1 up un Closing Cash Prices 1 Northern 3 3 Northern SI 77 nv 1 Feeil 55V Winter Wheat SSVi No 3 v 2 W 3 1 1 2 Feed 3 4 VflO Rejected 4S 4G LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK MARKET Rogers cttble tliere were uo States or Canadian cattle on offer at Wootlside Abbatolr snppHes of Irish stock wore arDOut equal to last and prices remained unaltered atllVi to 12 cents per pound for Irish They arestill talking international hockey It thought that the league which was to com prise Pittsbnrg ami had passed Evidently for according to one ToTonto news paper the league is practically form The first game of the new league in Toronto will be played Too December 23 does not fall en a as iu that event it would be easy for the pro moters todig up an alibi along about January bids fair tobecome more popular about Bos ton this winter vhan ever Plans are already under way for the formation of an intercity league to I Proposed lo 1m vo the men report liiclude at least two teams from this Tor the trip on March several from New and 20tliree days later than In at possibly one from i President McCaffery baa decided to The two schooMioy leagues all his young blood down for a built up such a folowing last winter ood TORONTO GOING OUT FOR PENNANT AGAIN Toronto bail club la already completing arrange ments and making plans for next will again liokl their contests in the NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SURE Official Motion Pictures of woriiisSiiaiiipjfliisiiip GIANTS RED These pictures all the ex citing jiays ofthe great and tirft guaranteed by August clmirnmti of the Na tionI TliiSfiball bert Central Catcher Trbiit of and Third Baseman Issues of There is little chance oC t any of these boys making the Toronto team next and they will de veloping place at er also goes Jim Two Teams at This will give Toronto a sauart of players at Mncon largo enough to make two teama for daily matches be tween 1 The club has tbree lefthapd Hearn and j Oiily one will bo the other two will be let out on optional Toronto feels tho necessity of strengthening a pitching stuff all hut held bad an heat tonhi from a lcnders are not will patili that oi the young follows the ;