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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page ft. TTTK LKTiniRTDGF DAILY HERALD November MM I Tobiceos, Confectionery Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down SUIrs Dominion Block, op- posite Court Mouse Snow; Won't Stop Calgary and Winnipeg Rugby Teams Coming Together in Championship Battle "Rathi-r than forieit the game with, the Winnipc's Rowing I'lift) oil next Ihr T'IMTS ate prepared lo ui MUI'.V.'' suid line weathur showed any signs ui bivak- iiii; he v.mild the city Mvci-jvrs ciit1 io.sure; so as lo keep' thi- tit-Id frum U'iiiy niudih (lie day the garni'. The rugby MH-IL promised lilt- players that they would semi Mu'iu word tonight about the championship of .Veather and if saw lit to come I lie IfC'iil men will be rcaily for them, i d uf spirit in the Tig- It th-v do not dec i lit1 to make the play in (.iih'son. i he mannjit'i' of iho provincial chiiinpious List nUht, when question- ed about liu' pni.sjH'CLs ol' the for the tt-rn Canada thai WE'RE ALL PLAYING IT So ninny pains, so many aches, Su many crooks, so nuiny fakes, So ninny medicines "ho -Man's life's a sio many yamos so many plays. So nuiny flulu-y, so, many ways, Ho ninny rliuncvs if he Plan's life's a gamble. So many dtuvs. so many ehiirms, So many Uives, so many harms, yo many fires and fiilsc1 alarms Mail's lil'u's a lick. Americans Discuss Prospects for Olympic Games; Big Trial Meet Spoken of the Before Sailing Now York, Nov. iti a country will bo allowod lo on- ions, long way from tlic ah} V. lwolve nu-ii in email uvcnt ut Uiu o t r i 11 'yweillsii Olympiad. Now it scuiils to b. A. Its some vovaijo from Itttlo old Toiisioii limt Aiuurlm will not soiul .Now York (o Stockholm, wlx-re tho mell It would mist Olympic sunn's will lie knock the kinks ont of Ifocki't'ellor's That means tho American lonm will rofc to do so. However, lincle Bam ei camp, it don't look very much us though the local rugby season wen-. closed, even ihmipn the wi'aUior to send the chills creeping down the trip the same will have to pn by iVit h' local gridiron AKln.uph the frigid wiulher vlu- not arrive in Stockholm till a day or 'so before 'the big daneo is on. Thf bulk of tho Yankee teams will be :i' li'tes who win find it hard to lake the necessary time from business, and it will be impossible for team to staK enough for the boys to get fortnight's training i.Miindot iiiid so my of these young fel lows may bu good enough for us to a full week or ntotlief- is deaiwr to him ay lively as a nricket, fakes Ions with'Ad on the coast. If we can n him for such n match, wo will post- pone the globu trotting stuff. Hut I Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. .Va- i needed, to defray expenses. If in a finish match a; have 110 hope. PueKvy is too wise -to jtional Commission, in a finding made a set of games were held and admis- jcntclKis-catcli-can style. Jack Her- take a licking." {public loday, that neither, thyjsion charged, the capacity of Ctltic 'nian( will present "Do yon expect Welsh tu give Wol-JXew Vork National league players or'park, Travers' Island, or any fast any i the members of the Philadelphia Am-jsroumls where the meet might answer. "I jerica other: jhim Tno Buffalo "Not was the answer. "I jerican league club, are vniitled !o a would be taxed to its utmost jetl lhc world's clunnpipii af- vhl be greatly aitrpriseri if Fredtiiv of the mnnoy obtained from ajto hrttl the crown. Tlurre would ;ood the twenty rounds, has no'moving pic-hire company for the nrlvil-1little or no expense attached to the 11 g moving pictures during The grounds would be giv- chance to. win. I understand a lot of people think the Briton has u grand of taki jlho serfes. varnoon, snpportln'g' hiK''.reniarks with- n certified cheek Herman makes no reservation in man ii'il tbe'honors that have been neaped on him in; this, country ;and anroaii. IJyVhas 'pledged a bachrlor's1 life, and he'll long as bis mother is spared to hJm't was :bVm in London, and will be 20 years old the 14th of next Oc- walks, swims uml other outdoor ex- ercises with all the ardor of a. much younger person. .Mrs. Wells didn't like it when "Matt first took up tho mother :i pugilistic game, hut as long as he WHH a week to make.his living out of it'slve .iii.aiie-tlie.bestpf ii. Her only worry is he might tfet hurt, and .The Commisr-ioi, en of and in all probabil- ftnv kjnd. An hc wums. he lf chance to shade Ad. Why, jdeclares that the paid for "O" tbe prizes would bu donated by will tear him to pteces in ten rounds, jt'oncession fans been credited to ilu citizens. Tiiere isn't a "Over in Australia they havo a live'several fund of the commission. hy professional official in the land who lightweight .champion by the name of brought President would not give his. services fi'je The .Mohegan. We will box him over there IT. Lynch, of Xationa! It-ague, j charge for a ca if he is willing, and perhaps j who, during the playing the World's jpense would be.almost nothing, anil the gate would amount to several others. Then may see person again in Knglaml. hat Wells 'scries anded a written communi- France kiii.ion by nre.mbers of the New Vork ought to furnish us with at least one lchih, in which they asked about the I'ight. And by -che time we get buck j picture privileges. thousand dollars, enough money a match with the champion, the sumo, to bo to a finish, the best two out. of thi't.'a falls 'lo govern, the contest to be held in any city in America, to be mutually agreed upon, with a referee decided in a like manner. "It in list he a finish match, ihw. best two OUT of three falls, ami tho. bably 'to inclose the _ strength of the samc ruies that covered the last match team materially. PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS OPENNESS OF PLftY IN GRIME to go for this one.' There are plenty cities (hat will bid eagerly for this nieelinr, and there need he no trouble at all in fixing up the details. We are not particular as to the time of wrestling, cither. If Gotch Is in good nape Tight 4 now, we would be ready at short notice. Tf he wants a longer time, aucf good. "But I can, assure you that we will loave no -stone un-turned to g'st, this match sometime during comina1 winter. We intend to force Goitrh into the meeting, if there is a possible cliance of doing so." after every "one "of''lily battles she in- sists on -his going, alialght to her to see- whether 'he is marked. dreads, the thoughts of Slati. being seriously Injured in his fights, and she bus always cautioned him to be lenient, with hiy opponents, and ii is for (.his reason probably that (it'inber. However, regarding Ibis j he is content outpointing nn point, ,ho and his mother are forever adversary. arguing. Mutt' .says he is only ii-1 j Once during the four years that years old now, while his mother de-j.Mat.t was an amateur on the other cinres he te twelve months older than side, he bent a fellow so badly that It. and as he believes his mother j'aiadc- him timid for a long time in the is batter position than himself to j ring, and ever since he has always, lot Know his right age'he takes her word [tip on. his opponent when he showed ror it. jsign-s of grogginess. Jn all his twenty- There were twelve in MatVs fiunily.'five battles as a professional, Matty two of them have passed boyond. has never really knocked an oppon- Hix of the survivors arc girls, and th'ey cnt senseless. nave all married business men in j'Jny'land. Two of his brothers are married, while the other is content to emulate Matt and remain ;is as their mother is alive. Nobody would ever think that .Mrs. It was'because of his great love for his mother and .his loneliness when she is not at his side, that prompted Wells to-cable her to come to Ameri- ca when he hud only been here a week himself. She came here toward Wells is" OS years old, as she is just I the -lost, of May, and he hired a nice Dugdale Calls Minors Goats PCNDLETOH CATCHING PUNT IN TH6. SECOND PERIOD SHOWING THE CP3OWD QM-THC PfclNCETONc SIDE Jt seems that Princeton's victory over Harvard wiu more due to occnracy of defence than to anything else, and as JTiuceton lias not ain'aya been oa deftoslre In yemn tbr result of the was the si-enter solace to the Pruiccfon students. fa Useful, pretty and smart are these improved knit coats For driving or for a hundred other outdoor will be glad ol' your Pen-Angle Sweater on windy days And chilly evenings. For though they feel fleecy to the touch and set so lightly on the body, they urn wannth-fiiviiig indeed. Knit by Pen-Angle process, from wools of the choicest; these useful garments possess HMftnesft and style not known to the usual knit cost. And they retain their shapely lined, because they arc care- fully shaped, to fit snug to the figure. That shnpe stays in them because it is knit Into Pen-Angle way. Your exact physical type Is included in the wide range of Yow in and colors has been carefully consulted. Some store convenient to you will show you ihcse beautiful gtrmenta for men. Fen women and childxen. 77 PENMANS LIMITED PARIS CANADA EAST vs. WEST IN BASEBALL Secretary Parrel! Says Idea Has Gain- ed Such Favor That Scries May Be Arranged Auburn, N. Y., Nov. John IfjiTrclI, of the National Associa- Uoii of PToffissiona'i IJasohatl Leagues, stated today that a great Intcrsec- lioiuii gamw the insist and tho ho played us the Tfialtiru of the annual meeting at San Tex., on Nov. IX, had altract- such notice hi the soirth, that New Orleans and other cilies have asked thai, the championship games be ex- tended into a with games In the ncipal cilfcs. The host play- ors of 'thn East and of the West will jiluy in the ryspectivo nines am! it is probable that a stirics, the proceeds i lo go to chtiTlty, will be arranged, Ready for Work said the warden to the for- ger, who had just arrived at the pris- on, "we'll sot you to work. What can. do Avoiding a Bore "I always 'enjoy going to the first performance of a neiv play." "Why, the "Because I'm always sure then (hat the man who sits behind me hasn't Been It before." Owner of the Seattle Club States That Draft Price Lowers Class A League tandard Nortluvestora Icuguo. stopped off m furnished apartment for .her._ H you ask Avells what she prizes most on earrh, she will toll you that outside the love of Her child- ren, it. is a gold medal studded with diamonds, which Matt won_' after a, special bout when an amateur in Eng- land. Wells probably fought. less bat- tles professionally than any champion 'that ever stopped into the roped arena. Inuring tho "years ol' 1904 to 1307 he jwafe the amateur lightweight eham- iin of that, class. Before-boxing Peona, today, on M, to Sua An- lonio, TON, the of the National Baseball hekl Iliia in uiitiLile Ihis to a.ij Idisiilnyod over aiiy qtlwr mitn in the "I- am not convinced hat the !lllbi" h ,i n will Boxing CUib. used to hold ror tht; mombcrs only, and it was be- of the superiority ho "I- am not convinced hat the 'nreiiiiyution tliat thcv ureed him to minor leagues should be Drained 'their 'ofc for a prtco of ,5.000 mT lor one player from cnch club, but 1 am convinced that the minor leagues are whac they deserve: "ounds ls lllH' Wells' first a e a The rule, which allows', he ''was "Batt hns .professional Croix, thu leagues to draft it man fov phic es ihe American Assnciatlon and the ilastern league on a low basis." IHETHERyoubuy by quality or price, you can buy to best advantage at the Fit-Reform Wardrobe- Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats start at run to and up. A Precocious Youngst-r (Kansas City Times.) From the number ,of edict's being pued from rckin, U Is inferred that someone srsve llie child emperor a typewriter his last birthday. The fi'mily (rep of n man with seven pretty duujhttrs IBVIDL be a iwnch. Vou- can't measure Fit-Reform quality by any other standard, simply because Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats ire in a class by themselves. .McKELVIE McGUIRE, 'tcr engaging iti important 'houls, and'winning 'all or.t.heni, h-e Icaine to America and arrived here in I'.Mrtrch, .1910. Me fought here eight limes, and although moat, of them wore no-decision affairs, the major- ity of newspapers1 .acknowledged him on each occasion. One of hto big feats at that time was to stop Jimmy Howard, of Chicago, in nine rounds. No wonder that fans in this country marvelled when they heard that he defeated Freddlo Welsh for lira light- weight championship" of England, on 1 obni.'.ry 27, Ifil 1, for they regard- ed him as a welterweight, and that, ho would have lo saw off a leg in or- der lo make the limit of the lighter class, It was the failure of Packey Me- Farland to go to England to meet, him as scheduled lust spring, Unit mode Wells come hack here. Wells and hla mother led. for Bug- yuslerrtay, hut it is his in tention of coining hack before long and staying in t'bo United States nn- he defeats both the Chicago boy and undisputed victor on each occiision, lila including men of ev% cry of fisticuffs. Besides Llie' beantiful belt, ho won for capturing; tho' English title, the Rift In Alatt's keeping in UInmlmitHd nddrosw, with the sig- URiure of file Iv.irl of LoiiFflnle, which presented to him in London Bt a [banquet, tendered to him before sail- t at Mat', lives u-ith his mother and two brotherf in Peckham, Innrt tho houiic. In which they mid nli its were given to his by the fighting, meinhaf J of' thf- family; v i ;