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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page MoneyNo Object to Sir In Lifting the Cup November hy Now York Yacht fitting for the famous mug am a thc Ncw He has ugam got the but i o to defend cup until th e ato n in cal for such a manner that the bo uc r condition and allow me to eh 1 lens cllllllellgcre for my fourth force in 5 dedare dlir Thomas before leaving to 0 San Even Toronto Women Chased After tlie Ebony KingTom Defends Johnson troll tks oi Jack Johnson are meat and drink or Ihe old women of the sport ing says Tom Flanagan of manager for the cham Jack Johnson has never been forgiven his deteat 01 Jim was forced to give battle to the boiler maker in the full expectation that Jeffries would Johnson crumpling up the carcass oi Jim Jel Jries made for himself enemies by the That was Jacks fatal tiin He could have laindown to Jeffries and retired independently He did not because Johnson was a cleaner and better sport than the gang of white gamesters had hoped to clean up on the Jack Johnson as a fighter has been tnoroulrhljdisgusted with the as straight as a string in the lace oi waats to see me fbl4 end is no 1 but somepeople otthe country to the mav be surprised to know that the Thjs is tlle plaint contained fampus pugilist has ictter from Champion Wolgastio hounded by nomen in a jtienj in which the HEIH citv he ivcight titleholder he will posedlv has teen retite irom rinfi soon and settle When he down near Los He says in Chicago he will go to France that lls other European countries fight Wolgast states farther in the let i have got allthe money I have made no foolish invest1 should I continue ng r I am in 1 will not say hen hut it will not May if Willie Ritchie whips me this Ill iiuit The champion that if he heats Ritchie lift probably will oh Joe Divers and Joe Maudot before r retir Repeating Shotguns and Bonded Shells u lilcelv to prove so satisfactory as Winchester No combmauon is yen estabUshed recitation If you shoot you are sure of one and Jhirt fc that no one has a more reliable or more accurate shpot that is ihat no one wise shooter js sufficient Send postal for illustrated WmCHESTER ARMS NEW Intercollegiate Championship to be De 1 cided on Otcawa Grounds otubi liuiopean countries fight anybody willing to face PLAY BASKET BALL LIKE POLO Try Tank Sport Makes new gam basket hall in the to make its appearance here this The sport will embody the game of rugby polo unless the objectionable points and nil have all of Uie good points of basket It will be known as basket Norman swimming instructor of tho Chicago Athletic association Is the author of the new and has framed a set of rules for Twelve according to th six on a will engage in the The area of the playing jiool will be nol less lhan 40 fee long and 20 feet nor more than 100 feet long and 50 feet Bas Jxets 14 inclres in on background four feet hish and flv Jcet wide will form the th topg of which shall not be more tha five feet above the surface of th water nor more than eight and one half feet from the bottom of the poo at the shallow Points will he made by allowIn 1hree points for a Held goal and on point for a from a free Tl yame will he played by halves of 2 minutes game that will decide with who the laur els of the intercollegiate rugby union will rest this season will be played by and McGIII at Lansdowne Park at Ottawa on Sat urday comrhBncing at 2 On the refusal of McGill lossa coin for the choice of Rosedale groundsat Toronto or grounds the representatives of McGill and Varsity argued for nearly 3 hours before coming to a TOO GOOD FDR NEW YORK BILLIARD SHARP Worlds Defends his Title was Nervous New this last night defeated Harry formerly of but now of this a score of five mndred to 190 in the lirst game of he tournamenl for the worlds profes sional championship balk Hue bil lards Hoppe had to score in the Drst innings but in the fifth he ran 64 hy splendid all round In the llth he added 111 to his ailing to get the balls out of the balk on his one hundred and twelfth He fell away on his playing toward the end of tho running off the re quired 500 points in his fourteenth in time was nervous all through the game and did not show advantageously at any GIVEN GO BY SATURDAY Jack Maynard Made It Possible for His Team to Play Off Tie With McGill HTHERE are always two things by to judge a man his friends and his n Ll Tailored have a degree of dig nity about item that it deeply They aro tailored by ex whole lifework il to tho world Style quality of materials eacollonco of finUhnolh nB could be more 315 6th Jfoo Male A Him Metis in mttnrnnjnbia new s By defeating 0 to on Sat urday at Toronto Varsity earned Ihe Tight lo play off j with McGill for Ihe intercollegiate It was due to the cood work of Jack still suf fering from injuries received three weeks that Varsity The ground was sloppy and thcj shifty Varsity runners could notj make much progress in the going which it They found the heavy Queens line too much for With the wind behind Var sity could only score one point in the first The struggle in the second quarter was just as playing against the the super ior Varsity hooting gained them two so though Queens forc cil them to rouge they still had the advantage at In the third Queens tied the score lust lietorethe end of the Ciiinpb11 called on Maynard to slam the tide and they held their own un tilthe beginning of life fourth quar The story of Ihe fourth quarter is practically the score of this stubborn There was u quick forma tion Irefore anyone knew ball was In Maynard was i through ami going down Ihe field a whirlwind with Campbell beside As Jlaynard was downed passed to Pete who went over for the try of tho That was the thoiish Varsity added a point lat which made the final Var 9 Has All the Necessary Qualifi cations to Fight His wayInto Possession of Crown felted by Johnson Jack Johnson has eliminated him self from tho prize He has severed connection with in this England and No selfrespecting white or will meet Johnson to become worlds because as prize ring attraetor of the public s money Jack Johnson no longer ci The promoter staging Johnson would sisn a voluntary banKrnplW He would ho shunned b men who support No decent man would put up a cent to see him fieht Six weeks ago this SegroTcornfully refused Be frre his exposure Johnson had signed a contract for to fight Lang ford and MoVey in Australia Hugh Jlcln osh cancelled this whenJohn became The ring has been guilty of many a even criminal but it retrebh lng to note the unanimity with which it bars It is a white mark to the of our dollarmad sporting cast uponAmerican n nlentv of decent heavyweights ui Uie world champion of FnglandVs conquer o of Wellsi LittleSam langforffi the wells Size H Wells weighed 20 pounds more would the peer of any boxer He has a needs save weight properly Todav the heavyweight seems to superior upon tie shoulders of the corn feu Al Palzeris a logical He is a game and never be a Jim Bob simmons or Kid McCoy hut is no reason why he should not be the reincarnation of Terry McGovern and Battling He is a giant in the bright flush of youtlva virile manmouu weighing with b u inches of activity am possesses the undaunted com ase with the irresistible FACTS ABOUT HIM The question oi salary Unfit oi baseball players connected with miiior league clubs come up lor lengthy ideration at a four days session oi lie national association o profession 1 baseball leagues which was sched iled to I open in Milwaukee at noon agreement which was ai a meetingin Cincinnati on lune211th last nukes it necessary that the question he disposed ot ai this A suggestion oi President M Sextonto raise con lucting affairs oi the assoeiatioi tliroiigh the playing of a number ol post season games betwewi Mmoi teams under the auspices o thc National association also wii come up for During tlie meeting a number o deals affecting Players are expected Height feet 2Ji Weight IS SL Col Jim New six Amateur Jack New six Amateur March Frank Sloran no 10 May won white hope New Aniist S Tom New nine October SallCT Delan ey New three November Tom Ken no New 10 December Al Kauf man New o June Bombardier knockout New i MARKETS A decline of ono cent Is nollcxahlo today on local grain market Quotations on oilier eommodilies re main Elevator Prices 1 Northern 2Northern 3 1 Alberta lied 2 Alberta lied 3 Alberta Kid 4 Alberta Red 5 Alberta lied i Plax 1 Oats 3 Barley TRACK PRICES NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SURE Official Motion Pictures of foils SSiaiiionsliip aweinspiring rushing of Terribl Terrv He loves to get closo to ai and exchanso pilednvin blows until one drope lor tne fata Palzer Has Everything Imagine this cleanlimbed hi zreat barrellike chest housing eno mous heart and limg power treme dons shoulders with Haillike aim muscles like a Vulcan a thick umnlike neck supporting a head no able for its bull dog jaw and mop Bag Ball Series GIANrTvs7RED These pictures show all theex citing plays of the great series and are guaranteed by August Chairman of the Na tional Baseball FFSIDE INTERFERENCE RULE BEING DISCUSSED BY Tbero is an agitation on foot to in oduce some phases of tha American ame into Canadian The scheme evolved in Torontoand is supposed i euiahate from Canadian Union of The first point taken up is lat of the advantage or otherwise to 3 gained by introducing offside iiference in the Canadian Discussing this Fathei of the Ottawa Collep says OHslde interference is the one re reliable feature of the Americai ft is the direct cause of 0 ler of the It IB air to ask a man to stop two or thre nd requires superhuman strength t o The best feature of the Can dian game is the absence of inte Father Stanton siiggesls Ihat a con mission from all senior football union n Canada be formed and take in som of Ihe big ones between America college the Idea being to bo row the best features of the Americi ame and apply same to our gam He in the abolition of Bcrimmagesand declares a man we Ing over 180 pounds should not allowed to compete ill Canadian tot The superiority of American meth ods of coaching to that in vogue in Canada Is the big unl 3 Northern Net prices for cars of grain on track deals atfecting players are expected fljm aU f taklug a 25cent per tu be Prominent hall play rato to Fort owners and managers represent iug every minor league team in 1 formcin country will he Today was expected to he given over lo the examination oi credentials oi the var 0 eed 1 2 3 1 Flax 61 11 2 Oats 3 Oats 3 Barley 4 Barley 03 62 102 22 It 7 Other grades accepted at spread ex iting on date of Government weights and grades al vays For stations of Bulls Seven BowIs and and add to the above prices 194 cents on and and 1 cent for Prom Grassy Purple and add 1 cents on and and cent for From Mac Cow ley WiJ son Wells Siding and New add cent on flax and and cent for t For points west of Cowloy deduct ii cent on and and cent per bushel on Toronto hockey calibre competing with the stats iSon is now getting into the the loom lacrosse bammj is going to sign up all the hockey stars in the rc BE A BLOOMER Toronto people will not stand lor aj whcat secondclass article oi pro hockey TUESDAYS GRAIN PRICES opened a little but during the early hours of trade mad3 some The last hour was marked by weak ness and Oats were and advanced for all Max showed slight throughout the morning was not very active and cash and export demand was somewhat Weather con ditions are most favorable for dehv and and it looks is though Novembers record will surpass that of October in volume Receipts were 1328 oars and 1300 in Cables closed to 14 lower 1 to 2 lower lower 3 up 8Tto opening and closing prices to day follow iclllcnncin IS LW r luiuiiiu the hockey stars in the re secondclass article oi pro N vomber iardess of and as war has when tne Ontario Hockey association ber e declared between tlie coast and urnisll good sjiott of the the the hockey players will reap if the a big harvest this The gral of hockcv nITerod rpsprve ml Open 86 ood spott of the amaj r easlcrn moguls grab of all thc hocKcy stars and keep heir reserve lists the pro will reap the benefit oi the NEWSY bcred They iound out their anil it cost the club fill November December May Flax November Closo S214 S7 35 4 32 o5 December May Wheat 118 Vi 124 Closing Cash Prices Lalondo made a special trip east to ported to have signed Harry hn DURNAN WANTS TO MEET BARRY IN DOUBLE SCULLS the Toronto oarsman who was beaten by the worlds cham has challenged Harry to a three mile race for thc douhlo scull cham Durmin will IQlto of as partner mid who Barry will take If ho Is problemati wants race to lake place on Toronto Bay next June or most out He has never fal tered before the fiercest Ho lacks and has been gaining it at the expense of some Kood Palzer is under the management of shrewd Tom than whom one is better fitted to handle a Palzer is ready for all He is entitled to the thaVtnc Tecunisehs are signing may do in the big but most o have Played in the Ontario pro fessional and the class of hockov they played at that imcdid not compare favorably with the senior 3 Oats 2 3 1 Feed 1 Feed 2 Feed 1 Most of Ihe Iort Arthur team will Do found with rcrcy QuIimV Toronto nBgiesation this for Hit Majestys Guineas WHITE HORSE WHISKEY Has proven a Suppliedby Royal to His Majesty the Klnjj t 8514 82 GHIOAOO GRAIN MARKET bad weather in Argentina the wheat rally after a weak start The early decline was due to talk from Europe and to fine conditions for crop movement north west Nearness ot the harvest In Argentina caused traders he unus ually responsive to advances from Ihat The opening was Ihe same is last night to down Hrst anlcs 01 were at to a hiss of ItffVi to Ilia priceretoverod to tmiiod upward with other crains which opened a Bluulooftnl climbed to 3Hi ;