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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta jSRliinlay, November 9, H)12 THE LiyiITBim>GK DAILY HEKALD ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE, SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE INGREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGORATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 WHEN HERZOG CAME TO FAME Christy Mathowson Is the big hero t>t the world series of 1912, but close l�i;bind him is liorxn.". Uiti (Hants' third snoker. His fielding lias been ip.uHleBs, and bis liHtin; tbo best of tU6 Giant?, bill in theso physical feats Kcs70g did not r:so iibovo Kio utlioiy as much as in .'lis wiergy. It was Herrng who licpc ilij iniieldfl drives and iiiy sensational fi?ldi'iK, includini; throe onebsnded leapUio; stabs of line Urives, will not soon be Larry Doyle played to form, and did Bonie remarkable tlclding. Devore pulled oft several good catches. ^ Wagner and Yerkes practically .made up the Red Sox team. Yerkes ran a close second to Heinle, and both did phenomenal fielding. This pair FISTIANA DOPE^i^rr^ifK Trained Physique Pulled Him Through Appen-dicitus Knockout- Sizes Up McGoorty and Gibbons - Papke Surprised Him - Johnson's Ring Career Ended-Who Will be Next Champion '? kept the Red Sox up as far as they remained up, which was not very itar Speaker's fielding showed Speaker at his beat, but Tris did not cause much stir when he came to bat. He failed with the stick. Hooper also made some extraordinary catches. In pitching, Bedient furnished the best brand of curves and speed for the �new world champions. Wood won three games, but did not pitch his best ball In any of the three. He was hit bard, but the Giants played poor ball behind the opposing pitcher. Marquard pitched winning ball for the Giants, but Rube's two games cannot bo classed 'with Mathewson's. Everything broke for .Marquard, and everything b'roko against Mathewson. Oady was tho backstop star of the Ecries. Stahl used him in preference to Carrigan, and Cady did better work than Meyars, who was not up to his usual stahdard. ,Some Wad , Miss Deli G. .Ashley was confined to her home Wednesday, bwi^g to a lam-s food, caused by Tier pocketbook falling on the same.-Ottawa Fair Dealer. By James J. Corbett, Former Heavy-wttiaht Champion of the World. .New Voik, Nov. 8.- (Sjieclal to tho .elhbrUlgo Herald).-Woll, hero I am on Iho job aRalii. and let me loll you 1 am niighfy glad (o be back. A com-blnatlou of appcndlcilia and peritonitis had mo on the ropes for a spoil \nd it looked likp the "count" for mine, but thanks to "cvcollonl gcticral physical condition, tho result of years of systematic training" (I am (luoting tho dontorsK ^ny vltullty enabled me to rally and auccessfully pass the ciisJB. After that It was only a ques-tion of good care and treatment, and I was lucky to liavo both, so that it now looks as It I will be as sound as ever In the course of a week or two. Rut before taking up tho subject of box'ing, to which this column Is sup-poyed to bo devoted, I wisli to offer heartfelt thanks to my friends tor the many kind expressions of Interosl and sympathy received during the long sojourn In tho hospital. While It may not sound right and sincere to say It (I am not adept at pretty phras os), I am almost glad J was laid up if only to find out I had so many good friends. I certainly feel grateful and want all to know that while it Is quite a physical impossibility to personally acknowledge each individual message, I appreciate moi-e than I can toll the many testimonials of kindness and friendly feeling. It might interest veteran light tans to mention here that .llm Ualy, my old-time sparring partner and a boxer of excellent reputallbn In the early '90s, Is pleasantly and profitably located in a business way In Philadelphia, and a line |>hyslcal specimen. he is, too, for a man who has been out of the game lor so long a time, which Is another excellent argument, in favor o,' atletlu trainiui*. Looking over the advance bookings of the numerous clubs in Now York for the near future, the match that augurg , favorably for a classy exhibition of the manly art la the coming Mike Olbbons-Eddio McGoorty bout scheduled for December 3 at Madison Square Garden. This match Is one of the most Important arranged for New York in many days, and may have much to do with clearing up the middle-weight title situation. Tho men are to mact at the middle weight limit of 15S ringside, and It will be a genuine test between legitl-mato claimants to tho title vacatqd by the death of Stanley Ketchel. Experts concede Gibbons the prestige of most scientific man of his weight, and .McGoorty, while less clever, has the advantage of superior hitting ability. You need this coat MJST Whether you golf or motor or drive, sltate or snowshoe or walit, the most useful item of your wardrobe will be one of the The latter, by virtue of a long string of victories over a number of Hio best of tbo American division and comparatively easy "wIpb" in competition with Kngland's and Aiislrjilla's champions, liU3 established tlic right to battle for the highest honor.s. lie will probably be the favorite with sporting men. outside of this Immediate vicinity, llcrc^ in New York, where tilbbons bus mado his "rep." the stu-dents of the game are conlidont that his skill will prove the inulolng of the Oshkosh whirlwind. Taking a line from tbo porlornuin-ces of tho pair in local ougagemenls. it Is not an easy matter to pick a winner. WcGoorty's form has at times boon close to the sonsatioaal and at others very ordinary. Gibbons, on the other hand, .Ijas been a consistent performer. Eddie has a soporific left that lauding apella sure defeat for the average opponent. But .Mike has cultivated the habit of avoiding the dangerous blows and at the same time learned to take advantage of an adversary's misses to deal a stinging punch or two in return. In the bout E |X AMINE one at your local merchant's and you will agree that nothing you own is more beautifully made nor more exquisitely finished. Try one on, and you see that it has the snug, stylish fit your taste exacts. Subject it to hard wear and learn that it retains its new,' smart shapeliness. It must do tliat, for our Pen-Angle knitting process shapes these improved sweater coats into permanent fit. Thus they cannot become saggy or ill-fitting, as many garments do that resemble tliem in appearance only when brand-new. You will be lastingly satisfied witli the sweater coat that bears this trademark. 78 MADE BY Penmans Limited PARIS. CANADA Underwear, Hosiery and Sweaters r�r man, wemaa mmd childrM Pen, with .lack Denning, a local middle- : weiglit, Jlac showed a deal of awkwardness In trjin^ to avoid left jabs, and it Denning could solve his guard It iy a sure thing Gibbons will do it with those tantalizing, stinging- lefts o: his. ; . ?  ? A SKIN GAME ? .. -. : > ating western climate. The Eastern AviaOon Ciq| is the fnt and belt cap of its ktii4 mada in Caaaia^ it is all pare, sriectcd woei-�a/lr, /tmp eomfartmU*. Bay jam " Eaatm Aviatioai Cap" nov and prepand to. apaad aa ' East^rnAviation ?St^t?r:'rf'- WAND CAPS! COAST HOCKEY MOGULS WILL TAKE ACHON Vancouver, Nov. 8.-Coast hockey magnates are anxiously awaiting tho outcome of toivrorrow's meeting ot the national hockey association at Montreal. They have laid their plans and if ,S. E. Lichtenstein carries the majority with him against the proposed comuiission, tho Patricks will immediately wire cast; (or players' which other clubs arc claiming. The coast promoters have come to terms. with one ot the N.H.A. stars, but^-;i will not tiivulge his identity tmtil at^'j ter tbo meeting of the eastern asso- ; oiation. It is believed that "Cy^, ,J|r clone" Taylor is the player whom the ^ij coast magnates have under cover. ' Jack .Tohnson'a ring career is over ai)parently as a result of hia late escapades. There does not seem to bo a chance for liim to fight again in any country whore tho sport flourishes. Hugh Moliitush has turned him down, and Australia looked to be his last cliance. While 1 would prefer to see some white man take the title from John-ion in honest battle, still it is for tho good of the game that he has been barred, Tom .MeCarey. ili