Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 31

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETHBRIDGTl DAILY HKRALD OBtiirday, Novcmlier �, 1012 JOHNSON IN THE PEN AND CAN'T GET BAILED OUT Negro Pugilist in Desperate Predicament - Put Up a Touching Plea for Release but Law was Not  to be Moved by Jack's Tears WALLOPED PHOTOGRAPHER WITH CANE Chicago. Nov. 8.-At the jail door liere tohtgHt, Edward F. Wiegle, a newsjpaper photographer, attempted to take a flashlight picture of Jack Johiisoii, and the pugllUt knocked him down with, a heavy cane. "You can't take o picture ot me,' bhoated Joiinsoni tocpiity marshaU Interfered, . and JohMon iW'aa hurried into the Jail. There^ he was forced to remove all bis clothes,- which wei;� subjected to a i careful nearoh. Johnson wag as-i^ed to a cell in an upper tier. Im; mediately he objected to the location. was.told he would have to take irhat wag given hira^ 1^ 5*1 want a dozen candles, so I can fc|.ve;niore UghtiV hox ot cigars and  Jcaso.of champagne," Johnson de-BiBiSled;; ,- K'TpucaHl-t have them," he "was told. i"Y6^T: I'"^'" T"'''''''.. 1 lumber they may as well use It to the best adv.intagc, and trust to luck for a return for the material by soiling in the spring if that should appear to bP feasible at that time. A rink at the hall park was lijroach-ed as a superior proposition to the lake idea, and the meeting decided to appeal to C. J. Kckstorm, the proprietor of the ball park, anent the scheme. A cohered rink will'be a big undertaking, but the league will not bo daunted if there is a practicable ROLLER WIN ON TWO DIRTY FOULS BY HIS OPPOr^ENT Ottawa, Nov, S.-B. F. Roller, of Seattle, defeated RaymG-:id Casseaux, of San Francisco, tonight, at th� lo-c.".! arena. In a catc-,.-as-catch-can | ^^'''"'"'y the much-wanted covcr-! cd ice arena can be built. However, wrestling bout. From the start Cas-jjn. Ueu of this, should it prove bc- ED.1UX insisted on roughing it, and consequently lost both falls on fouls. yond them, the league will erect an open air rink that will surpass any- the first coming after nine minutes, thing hitherto, it the proprietor ot ing of the Cclumbia Husl)y|,f sl?.ushter, and the other in j the'ball park can be persuaded to twenty-six minutes. "gree to the league's proposition. A Roller, in submlttins; to severe pun- committee to wait upon Mr. Eck-of rrofessionalisn sa'd *o m ishmcat. displny.:d a quality of game-j storm was appointed which will give l,rofessionaLsm, sa.d .o ex... in, ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ , a report at the next_ league meeting, Union has been called for tomcrrow night in Victoria, v.-hcn the charges coast rugby circles will be investigated. The Vancouver club chtiru'od that certain Victoria men wcra professionals, and the capital city oCfi-cials have ccme back with counter charges allegine that a promi.acut Vancouver official recently offered to advance mon-ey to certain Calgary pLiycrs to move to f.iis city. Int-cr-esting developments are expected. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL GOSSIP in Ottawa. A liir.p,G crowd attended and loudly chocrffd v.-hen Roller was awarded the .match. Cas&caux kicked Roller in the face cnce, a-nd In the chest for the second fall. ALFRED DEORO RETAINS TITLE called for next Wednesday evening. At this meeting, too, the local attitude to district and ptovincial hockey will be established, and it is' likely that a representative will he appointed to attend tho provincial. hockey meeting at Calgary next week. The lake rink has by no means as yet been abandoned and may still be the central point for skating and hockey here this winter. While it I has its drawback, it .also has its commendable features. kETHBRIDQE MARKBT* The public's choice for .40 years, and still frithout- a rival. Sold by all first, class dealers, cafes and clubs. CO HOUCK DEFEATED THE ANTIPODEAN Philadelphia, Nov. tl.-Leo Hduck, of Lancaster, Pa., outpointed Dave Smith, tho Australian middleweight champion In a six round bout last night at the Olympla A. C, binitll landing a hard right hand swing whTch raised a lump under Houck's eye in the fourth round but In the last two- rounds Houck fairly smothcrod tho Australian with straight left Jabs. . INTERPROVINCIAL HOCKEY Cities of Saskatchewan and Manitoba May Hav� Leagui Elevator Rrltea No. 1 Northern ..' .. ...... No. 2 Northern . ...... No. 3 Northern .. .. l. .. No. -1 ... ... .......  No. 5 ... ... No. .1 Alberta Rod ,. No. 2 Alberta Red ,. ....... No. 3 Alberta Red .. .. i. .. No, 4 Alberta Red .. .... No. 5 Alberta Rod;..: .. � No. IN. W, Flax........�. No. 2 C. W. Oats .. ,.. No. 3 Barley .. ... ..... . , Bran, por ton ' *  >mm Bhorta. per tea .. v- Oata, per ton, laekad Rolled Data 0.80 . 0.67 o.Ba O.lli 0.63 o.oo ' 0.B7 0.53 0.4� 0.92 0.25 0.87 Sl.OI 28.6a 26.UO ............... 27.00 Gutter and eggar Dairy butter .. .. >.  " 0.34 Cteamctjr butter ...... m........- K||gB, fresh......... ..... 0.45 Hogs: Dressed, par lb. ,v ... .. nr.o 9.11 Live, per pound .. .. .. .�. , 08Vi Poultry: Oeeso, Ht* ..M- ...�� Turkeys...............- Live spring chickens, per lb...; , O.IB Fowl .. .. .. ,. .... .. .. .. 0.13 Ducks............ Cattle on t^� Moof: Steers, per pound,.. .. 0.06 Steers, dressed, per lb .. .**.4 Cows, per pound...... ...... ...m .OS Cows, dressed, per pound ..�.4 8h*ap: Llva, per cwt. >,: .�  Dressed, per ewt....... .� �� Xt.01 Vspetsblea: New potatoes, per W. ..Mi ��� Beets, per lb. -0.02 Carrots, per lb, ..... w. 0.02 Brandon, Man., Nov: 9.-A movement is on foot hero among prominent supporters of hockey with a view to launching a professional league for tho coming season, taking in Winnl peg,' Brandon, Reglna and Mooso Jaw, The matter has been suggested to the other cities interosted and ia said to be meeting with approval. Tho question of mileage has been worked out and found to offer no obstacle. Brandon has the material for a first class team and local Supporters of ;:he great winter pastime are giving the�move-ment enthuialastlo support. Grave doubts are entertained to whether Chapman, the Hull Clt" ;-.lay-er, will ever be able to play a.ijain. John Walker, Swindon's Scottish international. Is to receive a benefit match as a guarantee of �250. Billy Meredith has got a nice -little checque ot �500 as a first Instalment of his benefit. With most players tho first Instalment is the last. New York, Nov. S.-Alfred De Oro tonight EucceMfully defended his title .i-j v.'orld'a champion at pocket bll-; liards. Frank Sherman of Washington REFUTES ANY OFFERS New York, Nov. 8.-:Presldent Prank B^arrell, ot the New York American league club declared tonight that be had made offers to neither Frrink Chance nor Harry Davis' to manage the Highlanders next year. Burnley arc not sh^pl;ig iiuo g;'..u-ing promotion. Freeman and Boyle i a're this season a long wnv below '.he form that so nearly rosultnd in tiieir i who challenged tho champion, was gaining the First Dlvliiion itiat seasijr.t altoptthcr outclaEsed by him in the ! !r,.st block of si.": hvmdred point match v.'.iich !i;is been ruuniug for the past Jlanchester City has played three games at home this season and on each occasion the gate has exceeded �1,000. Surely this is a record. Meredith was a winner before he became a footballer, and, llko all other minor footballers, he will never go down the pit again. . A year or two ago George Robinson, the Bradford City half-bacH, de-glared" he caught a severe chill at Villa Park .from the draught caused byBacho and Hall running past him Bp. fa�t and-80 often. He ran. a risk of piieumpiila ii-gain qulto leceutl'y. A demon wing this pair make'. - � There is nothing like a .v,-inn!ng team for drawing big c"itcs. Tho meeting ot tho Rover.: and Villa at Ewood created a league record for the ground. The rbceipia were well over �1,200. ' ; ' three'.n. De Oro made somo wonderful combination shots tonight, and scored a high rup ot 29. Sherman's bfit run was 25.' Total score: Sherman 4CC; De Oro 600. There Is to he. .no. appeal In the Buckley- vs.' Aston, Villa case. Although Buckley's c'olieitors 'wrote in-, timating th:it ihcy wcro taking their ] client's Instructions and asking for j tho necessary form ot appeal, the time', exiiired on .Monday wlthojit any ap- j peal being lodged. � Ilauiplon looks good for, iiitnnia-tlonal honors this season, lie teems a more likely sort jusvnow' th;in either Freeman or firoueifl., " ' Puriu;!l, Iho iiill-b.iclo whomjLlver-pool seourod fvom Ciu�eu's Park last season, is iuiving an unlucky period. I..ivingstotio, Mauchostor Unltod's veterpn half-hack,,is still able to show tho first team do and how to do it. *  Revllle is provjiig a siiccfCEB- at cen- ( tro forward for i3toke, and ho is loading the line In fine 'stylo, and sets a good example tp. his colleagues by scoring goals; 0 : - � � ' For tho paltt-y sura of �130 Man-cheator City secured Goodchlld, Fletcher, Lawrence and Wallace,' four young playoi-s who have figured very pomlnently lately. Bolton AA'anderers seem to have a knack ot rearing great outside wingers, and no club In the country pos-Bosses two bettor than Vizard and Donaldson, and curiously enough neither can ever play for England, Vizard being a Welshman, while Donaldson was born In Sootlaud. Stophwisoo, tjie most valuable fop ward the Vl'Ua poseeBses, Is a North Countryman, haUiug from Blyth. Ho played with West Stanley prior to going to the Midland olu,b, THE'KINQ SUSPENDER COMPANY Toronto, Canada Jlaskoiy, tho old Derby County and Bradtoard City goal-keeper, is now I playing for StaJi-brldge Celtic in tho Central leacw You don't have to bo "in the business" to te)l a really good cigai*. Yon can t�lJ the genuine MOMENTOUS HOCKEY TALK ivanas ^�'""'^'.m at first sight te- I* c you .-/.:3 BECAUSE THAT NAME If! .^1 .stamped �M -JN EVERY CIGAR. .......... ',1414 Ex. No. 1 Feed............ 34^! No. 1 Feed...........34i4 No. 2 Feed ............... 33 Barley- No. 3 ............... 54 No. 4................... 50 Rejected............ 48 Feed ................. 40 LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK MARKET Liverpool, Nov. 9.-^John Roeer.s & Co., cable tliere were no States or Canadian cattle on offer at Wobdside Abbatoir today, 'and supplies of; Irish stock wore a'bout equal to last week, and prices remained unaltered at'1114 to ViV^ cents per pound for Irish steers. ; TORONTO GOING OUT ^ FOR PENNANT AGAIN NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SURE Ofnefal Motion' Pictiircs of WflrU'sChainplflnihlp Base Ball Sgples GIANTS vs. RED SOX, 1912. These pictures show all tho ox-citing flays of' the groat series, and guarant'ood by August HerrftiiU), chairman of the Na-tionut"lJSiaebB.ll ConimlBslpu. Toronto, Nov. 8.-The Toi-onto ball club Is already completing arrange-jmonts and making "plans for next year. It Is proposed to have the nieh report tor the trip to Macon, Ga, on March 20-three days later than Irtst spring. President McCaffery has decided to take all his young blood down for a good trial-Pitchors Kubnt and ..Herbert of Ottawa, Pitcher Hcarn pt'.tho Central League, Catcher Trout. ^ ot Peterboroi and Third Baseman ISBacs ot Guolph. . , There Is little chance of/any; of thesQ boys making the Toronto'team next year, and thoy will flni}. a' developing place at Blnghanipton, .whither also goes Jtra McGlnley. Two Teams at Mai^n . This win give Toronto a squa'd of players at Maoon largo enoiig'h' to make two teams for dally matches'between tbomselves. �',' ' Thre� Lsft-Hindera The club has three left-hsM>d ilit�b.-ers-f-johnny Lush, Hearn aad Ti^iX. Oijly one will he carried, oad � (he other two will be let out on optional agreements. , . ', Toronto feels the neopBslty.'. of strengthening a pitching �\aff .'that all tiut hold back an overwii'elljjlngly best toahi froui a chahiplonsiiip.-.' 'I'ho leadei-e aro not Idle,.ariii.^wni patch that fence. i;os-3lbly;o,i)fl. flp/nioyi^ of Iho young follows maylflU ilie gap. 0100020201022300000102000001020001020100010202000100020201 ;