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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THF, LETIIBHI1.1GE DAILY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST AH n irvr nrrn MU YYULbAdl litto .v. D_ uoxmg iournament THf HfAVY BOVT FeGULAR. JOHNSON AffAHS W. H.WAirefcHouse A.NP GBURKETT KISSED EA.CrTOTHER AFTER STRENUOUS ROUNDS IN THE III1LBS- CUSS DENNIS REMONSTRATE? HOME RULE TO-dOE BEUMAN Saturday, November 10, 1912. A WONDERFUL DEFENSIVE OF NO INDI- VIDUAL STARS OUTSIDE OF LAWSON Loa Angeles, Cal., Nor. cause o( the peculiar termination of! the fight iatween Ad Wolgast and Joe Rivers, for the lightweight champion- i Ebip on July 4, the diamond-studded j gold bolt offered to the winner by promoter Tom McCarry was withheld.' from Wolgast, who sot the decision, McCwry believing Rivers to be the victor. McCarry has since relented, and night, as.Wolgast. -was about to board j a train for San Francisco, where he! is to moet Willie Ritchie on Thanks- giving Day, McCarry appeared and I the champion with the belt, much to Wolgast's surprise, Tho j f poor showing made by Rivers since! I July 4 led McCarrj to see that! I Is best man. PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY LIAGUE TO OPEN ITS SEASON DECEMBER Dick t ring for Ihe Services Of EMMrn Speed Merchants j (Ottawa Free Press.) The lllg Four cliamplous of UU2 who win ondonvor brlas Canadian honors (o tho Interprovinchil lluehy Union are ii stronger fourteen than the team which wore iho same colors Into tho Iliml last season. The Argonaut lino Is one or the most formidable clarence bulwarks ever llnocl up In the Uis Pour. Compared with the famous lino of Montreal In 1JI07, It sur- passes It on defence, but falls below It In speed and aggressiveness. Areas aro by no means a brilliant team, nor do they boast of any especial stars outside of but (or steadiness" and rout- ine play cannot be beaten. Argos rolled up more points'on Ottawa Saturday than have scored on a team tor some time. Hut on tile other hand Ottawa scored far more on the oarsmen than Is customary. They are famous as a slov.-.scoring learn ami like- wise notorious for their ability to hold other teams to a small total. It Argonauts have a real weakness it is in the absence of a high-class kicker. Ilinkley, who did the team's limiting at the start of the season, was one of tho country's cleverest hooters; but he was injured and can be considered a non-member for the linals. Clarke is just an ordinary punter, but the husky line in front of him makes him look good. It's a question if he will stack up well against the aggressiveness of tho .McGill or Varsity line. O'Connor has developed into a fine catching and running back. His handling o? tho on-side kicks on Saturday was superb. Lawson is a great plunger and runner, but his presence on the Argo team just now appears to be to drew off .the fire of the opposition, just as Fred Taylor was given the puck to be chased around the rink a couple of times by the other team when with Ottawa, in 1809. Lawson has been very closely watched by Ottawa in both games played the past ten days, and this careful sentry duty has given such men as O'Connor and Diskette a chance to shine. Argos have two sure but not very fast outside wings in and Their middle wings, Heutuer two of the best plungers in the country. are rugged and con hold like a concrete wall. Dlsi-'.'uee appears to be a lately quarterback, and hf> t'JS made good as a man of judgment amNekill. As iacklers ley are all fearless and fairly sure. The a good account of. themselves this year. "Baled Havana" Cigar IS THAT MILD, MARKETS LETHBHIDGC MELLOW SMOKE II So. 1 N'nrtll h-l> XT No. 2 Northern FOR BY MEN Elevator Prices WHO APPRECIATE I A GOOD CIGAR MAY KNOW THE HAVANAS' ARE MADE OUT OF THE VERY FIN- EST CUBAN GROW- TH AND WE MAKE SURE 'THAT IT IS FIRST GRADE; HENCE THE IN- COMPARABLE FLA- VOR OF THE LOOK FOR THE NAME "BALED HA- VANA" STAMPED ON THE CIGAR. WATCH FOR XMAS PACK AGES. Perforated 'BALED HAVANA" Jose Gasle Company Manufacturers of Baled Havanas, El Mono, Ml Linda LONDON, ONT. No. 3 Northern No. 1 Aiherta Hcd No. 2 Alberta Hcd No. 3 Alberta lied I No. -1 Allicrta Heil No. 5 Alberta lied No. 1 N. Flax No. 3 C. Oats No. 3 Barley Bran, psr ton flhortc, ton Oats, per ton, wnfcid Holied Oats Butter and eggi: Dairy butte Creamery butter fresh Dressed, per Ib. Live, peiv pound Poultry: Turkeys Live spring chicken! per Ib. Fowl Dticlis Cattle on tne Maof: -peY -pound Steers, dressed, per Ib per pound Cows, dressed, per pound Sheep: -ive. per cwt w por cwt C! 5S 0.50 0.41 01 58 no 0.50 0.44 25 37 21.01 IS.OO 16.00 27.CD 0.34 0 Jl 0.45 Oil OS1 0.1 6.25 .0.16 0.1; '0.1S 0.06 .05 .10 Xov. Pacific hockey league championship I will start on December 10, according to the cHlclal schedule which was drafted at the annual meeting held to- night, the final match being set for March 7. Bach team is allotted eight home matches. While it is understood that the coast magnates are dickering with throe Eastern IT. H. A. stars, and ex-! pact to have them headed for the I coast next weok, no official ment was made tonight, regarding linkups of the various teams. Star's Artist Pictured Them Thusly RUGBY STANDINGS Three Big Eastern Unions Intercollegiate Union Wou Fost For Univ. of Toronto S 1 '59 SMcGill Ulliv..... 3 1 70 REQUEST Queen's Univ. ..0 4 22 Offer Evidently t Look Good to Champ- Ions for Match Calgary, .Nov. chances of local rugby fans witnessing another game this season faded away yester- day when a wire was received from the management of Regina chin in which the Western Canada cham pions refused to accept the generous offer of the Tigers for a game here Beit Saturday. The locals offered He- glna' a thousand dollar guarantee to make the trip, but the champions evi- dently realized that they had every- thing to lose and nothing to win, and w> refused to accept. Interprovlncial Union Won Lost For _' 5 1 71! 4 2 (17 Argonauts Ottawa....... Hamilton Tigers. Montreal...... 54 Hamilton Alerts. ToTonto R. Parkdale 0. R. F. U. .Won Lost For Agst 3 0 7S 15 16 WELSH REGAINS BRITISH CROWN Won Decision Over Mat Wells in Round Bout at London BUCHANAN'S BLACfoWHITE Fina. Mellow, Matchless Scoldi Whisky D.O. ROBLIN, TORONTO Sola Agent for Cnnndn Fred Welsh, regained his title light-weight champion of Great Brit ain in a 20-round fight in London last Monday with Matt Wells, the Britisi title holder. The fight went the ful Welsh .winning on points. A great crowd gathered at the NTa- tiona sporting cluh, where the con- esfc.waa held, and witnessed a clever aout in which, honors were fairly veil throughout. Welsh was a slight avorlte iu the hotting. There was orae holding, .and the referee several imos cautioned the men to hos cleanly. In the early rounds Welsh had slightly the better of it, Wells work being a little ragged. Both tried des- perately in the flnal rounds to score a knockout. At the end of the 20th Welsh's right eye was nearly closed, but the referee considered he had done the better fighting. ToronCo and Montreal Universities in Battle for Lsagu- Cham- pionship One of the greatest tfirongs that has ever attended a rugby game in Canada wilt be seen at Ottawa today when McGill and Varsity play off fop the champion- ship of the Intercollegiate Union. Toronto will be there strong but not any better than Montreal. Both cities wtil have art army of rooters at the game. It will be some clash. If Hamilton Alerts best the To- rontos today at Toronto -ihey wltl become O. R, F. U. champions and go into the finals with the winners of the IntercollGgiatc- Big-Four semf-final. SUNDAY SCHOOL FOOTBALL LEAGUE WINNER HAS NOT YET BEEN DECIDED The players and followers of the Sunday school football league games Ihis season, are anxious to know who won the league championship. was somewhat of a dispute between St. Cyprian's and Westminster lor possession of tho title when the sea- son ended, and it appears that a de- cision was loft In the hands of the executive committee, who have not as yet met to decide tho question. ARGOS WILL HAVE, TO IMPROVE Argonauts have it rn them to win the Dominion honors, hut they will have to show a iittlo mure sureiiess on the hack field to make their claims good. Against fast teams like Varsity, or McOrill, who would he defended upon to make the game, their muffing would be fatal. Then again a little more variety in their style of- play enhance iheir chances. That two bucks a method will hardly bri-iiK home the News. 'A A A A ONTARIO RUGBY SCENE null Ottawa, Nov. breaking of a rib from the breast bone of Dr. Holier, who overbalanced himself af- ter lifting his opponent in the air five minutes after the bout hod start- ed, allowed the latter to fall flat upon him, brought the match to a tiuickl ending tonight, at Dey's arena, be- the Seattle champion and Co-n-) ttant Lcmarln, the Belgian. Roller had rushed matters right at the start, and after securing two or three dan- gerous holds, lifted Lemarin in his arms to throw him, when the acciden occuned. Roller declared himself ready to con tinue, broken rib or 'not, but the crowd would not listen to it, anil Le m.Trin, sportsman that he is, accord c-d Roller a fail, making the match a draw. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, TVIan., Nov. grain markets today were as follows Wheafr Nov.......... Dec.......... May Nov.......... Dec. May Flax- Nov.......... Due........... Open Close 83} 83 80J. 81) 85 J- 84 J 34! 34 32 S1T 3ij 34J 1.01 1.14 Cash Prices Crossen Clark, the Argo kicking half, bunting. Notice how close he is to his The gures from left to right are: Ted Whale, Clark, Dr., Smirlie Lawson, all of the Argo team and Jack Ryan of the Rough Riders, Ottawa. Nfl. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor..... No. 3 Nor..... Winter Wheat- No. 1............. No. 2 No. rt............. Oats- No. 2 C. W..... Wheat- Dec. May Dec.......... May July......... Minneapolis R2 87 J, Sii-l oat 88J 1.004 '1.134 S3 80 78 S4 81.' 711 34-L 81J R7J 85-} nij WANT TWELVE A SIDE RUGBY, IS PROPOSAL CALGARY CAN'T SUPPLY PROPER ICE FOR ITS CHAMPION HOCKEY TEAM OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL GOSSIP Harold Halse, who was transferred from Manchester United to Aston Villa, seems to have discovered his ideal club. Where he was unable to get along very well with Manchester, he is now tho most successful scorer :or the Villa. Swlndon are still showing their fame consistent form as in past years They are still close to the head of the (able, and with the return of Fleming to the team they will make the pi> ent holders (.Milhvall) go some keep their position. Preston North rand seem to bo champion drawing team this year. So Calgary, Xcv. Calgary A. C. hockr-y t-lnb, last year's provincial will not bo represented j this year, either in the city or pro- j viiifiial hockey leagues. This fact, j which been in doubt for some time, was announced as a certainty last night by Fred Gravelle, last year's nmiiiiKOr of the team. This action comes as a result of tho far, with a total of ten matches jilay- situation which has arisen in the city ed, they have made a draw on seven during the last two years, when the In the Southern League Southamp- ton are a great disappointment. Out of ten matches lilayed they have onlj won one. Their tacit division seems very weak, anil already the directors are on the lookout for fresh players. local teams have found that It Is very seldom they could ever depend on good hard ice for their games, tho ma- oiritv of inot pjiity 01 union '.-.oie last Montreal, Nov. will come as a surprise to see several amendments to the playing rules of rugby find their way into the annual meeting of the International Union this season. An amendment that is already pro- mised an introduction to the delegates at tho meeting is the reduction of the number of players on a team. Many are of the opinion that it time to again reduce the jinmb-jr so as to make the game faster and open up the play. Jn speaking of this W. C. Hagar stated that lie could not see why there should be three men the If two of these men were talcen out it would reduce the team to twelve men a side an-d make the play faster. He 'was of the opin- I! SILTS IE Montreal, Nov. water- main broke this afternoon. The break is in the big servlw main, which passes through St. Antoine street, ajld' immedllately 'after the great pipe had split under the im- mense pressure, a great portion of. tho city was without 'water. The accident occurred at a point about one hundred feet east of Wind- sor street. A column of -water shot into the air, and forced Its way through the paving, tearing concrete foundations and granite block surfaces as though they were paper Soon great streams of water were flowing east and west in tho thorough- fares, and scurrying down'Windsor and Cathedral streets to find the low- er levels. Presently shops on the south side of St. Antoine street were flooded, and soon tho water was knee deep In St. Jap.ies' street, and hundreds were marooned. F i j-i. Reading seems to he golnj good .this year. Already they have lost two of their best players to flrst division cluba and yat they seem able, to win matches. Doctor a local keeping goal for them and by reports he is lining his position groat ability. Another player Is playing finely is Foster, hr. be- their musl proficient scorer. season were Northampton, who last second In the league, do not cble to got in their stride this year. With practically tho same team it Is hard to seo Why they cannot win more matches. Already out of ten games played they uavo been beaten six times. Whether tho change of managership has anything to do with it or no Is hard to say, but during Ihe time H. Chapman was manager Ihe team was wlihin two or three of Ihe lop, and just as noon as he leaves the earner part of the w ou'LE, SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH- mor A. C. team were confident that SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST Calgary would have a big artiflci-.il Ice rink this winter, and although there is a good possibility of one next year, there will be no other ice this winter than that supplied by Dame Nature on Sherman's rink. -The players on tho team last yea-v were greatly disheartened by the lack of Ico ami do not feel enthusiastic about starting another season with no liettor prospects or ieo than there were last year. Not one local game was played last year on good Ice, and most of the contests wore farclal attempts o make a good showing at a hockey the team scoait So go all to nieces, gamo in sovera.1 lucjfar.f, of water. DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBR1DGE BREWING A IN MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHBRIDQE, ALTA. Representing Can. Pac. Hallway Royal Mail Steamcra. Canadian Northern Hallway Royal Mnil Steamers. Allan Line lioyal Mall Steam- ers. White Star, Montreal, Quebec Boston, and New York Service. Cunnrd Lino, Now York, and Canadian Service. Donaldson Line, to and from Glasgow. Red Star, American line. French Line. Anchor Line. HaMburs America, Holland American. Russian American Scandinavian American And nil other trans-Atlantic Steamship llnss. Reduced rsll fares In connec- tion Information as to arrival an.' dpparlurc-y of- boats of the various cheerfully given. Call or write. S. B.-MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, C.P.R. Let.hbrld0B ;