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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1912. TITE LETIinRIDOE DAILY HERALD For any kind of rough the days when the wind blows cold or the sleet drives in your face your headgear ought to be an EASTERN BRAND cap. And the way we make them you get so much style, such nice fit, such genuine comfort an EASTERN BRAND cap. Ord inary caps look j us t like ordinary caps, EASTERN BRAND caps look, thoroughbred. j JIM CORBEITS TALKS I GENTLEMEN: "WE CLEAN CLOTHING" Kenieinber we Frond] Dry Clean .Suits and Ovoreoals .in a to surprise. you. If your suit or overcoat is faded or you 'don't like the color of it. wo can dye it any color darker I he original and have it look as good as SPONQ1NG AND PRESSING SUITS ON ALTERATIONS. NEW LININGS AND REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. YOURS FOR BUSINESS Vallet PHONE 1324 Basement Lelhbridgc Hotel. Jlerlhyr Town, tile new team in the I bon.ling ill turn mi Southern league, arc great guns' (hey meet. !0st of the., teams By James J. Corbett Former lleavy-w-e-islil Champion o me world. Now York, Nov. (Special to th l-cthbrldKc is a re uewcd activity In the ranks of th. that suggests i busy sousoii "for the big fellows.' Will Johnson on! nf. ibe way, deposed b, popular sentiment, and Jeancttc, l.anf; ford and .McV'oy showing signs of the wear and (ear of hard campaigns, the "hopes" have taken now leases Thosq who have already attain- ed prominence are laying plans to make their aims, ambitions and de- signs on the heavy-weight title prolltable as possible. Hig Al Tom O'Rourke's entry, probably Ihe class of the bunch of ambitions youngsters, lias hearken- ed lo the call of the coin and patched up all differences with (he man who engineered the pugilistic campaigns of Sharkey, Dlxon, U'alcott and other knights of the squared circle. Al stuck It out for a long time and tried hard to force O'Roiwke lo relinquish the managerial reigris, but found1 the legal game very expensive and harder to beat than reckoned on; then sensibl- concluded to make peace with, the mat who had contributed so much to success as a pugilist. The veteran plans, to lake west to meet the winner of the Jim Flynn-Luther McCarty battle schedul- ed for December 10 at Los Angele: that is provided McCarty Is the victor. understand Billy ..McCaraey, Luthe. mentor, has promised Tom JlcCarey, the coast promoter, to keep the big boy out there for a season If successful in tiie Flynn engagement. Should Fire- man Jim emerge with the honors, how- ever, it is likely the Palzer-Plynn con- test will be staged right here in Goth- am. Flynn has declared in favor of Now York and the 10-round thing. Palzer's long absence from the training stunts during the last five or six- mouths to boxing, and (hat he has rectlon was demonstrated in the re- turn engagement with Stewart a few weeks ago, when he outclassed the Ilrooklynite. So much so, In fact, that the bout was slopped in the seventh round to save big Jim. Buffalo has a candidate for the heavy-weight race in George (One Hound) Davis, who, has been bowling :iis opponents over with alarming regu larlty since his professional debut "One Hound's" latest feat was tt> duplicate Gunboat Smith's knockout of lim Stewart in seven rounds, lerstand an attempt will he tnado to "natch Davis ivHh the winner of the .Vilest-Smith bout. Ad Wolgasl is not to box Ritchie on Thanksgiving day after all t appears, though the bout may yet e staged. I Imagine the champion vants another whack at Joe Mandot efore taking on -Ritchie, who looks he more difficult proposition of the Ad has boxed, both boys and tight to know. note where Tom Jones, Wolgast's naiiager, is out with a spiel in which e claims a western fighter is always given the worst of the "newspaper" or "popular" decisions In New York and where the laws do not permit referees to pick the winners. Jones says that a western boxer, to get all that's coming to him, would be forced to knock an opponent cold, especially. If it is a local man he Is boxing. So far as Mr. Jones, his champion and this town are concerned, I must say there is ground for complaint; but I take exception to the statement that all visitors are given Hie raw end when boxing local boys. Take Hike ilbbons and Eddy botli vesterners, for example. They have never been treated unfairly in the matter of expert opinion. With Wol- gast, however, it is about as Jones has cost him -a number of local admirers who contend that the lay off will injure his chances. Quite a few local sports have transferred their affections and are now touting Ounboat Smith, lato of California, as the leading candidate for heavy-weight honors with good reason, too, for at the' rate of .Improvement -shown .by the' Gunboat the past few months, it is.nol tco extravagant praise to say that he would give the best of the white men i good battle. Gunboat has devoted.' much of AU ana his manager for som reason or other, are not very popula In newspaper circles and as a resu when the champion boxed here wit K. O. Brown the majority of the cri ics awarded the decision to the loca boy. although a draw was the ver worst. Wolgast should have bee given. Johnny Kllbane is another wh has suffered at the bauds of the loca press. It may not show the prope sporting spirit 'to' permit personal pro judicc to influence a man in rendering i decision in a boxing contest, but guess it is "human nature" to do so The Handiest Way To Shave Some men, who have shaved for years with the old-style, long-bladed razor, find .it hard to believe that the Gillette Safety Razor is really handier and quicker. So the quill-using clerks of old must have looked askance at the first steel they learned by experience how much more effective they were. A few days' -experience with the Gillette and a man finds he can shave with it quicker and more easily than he could with the long-bladed razor after years of practice. Holding the Gillette lightly; pencil, you can shave any part of the.face, in any direction, using the true Angle Stroke. Those awkard spots around the chin and the the jaw will give you no trouble with the Gillette Safety Razor you will not .cut your face. Moreover, the Gillette can be adjusted, by a slight turn 'of the screw handle, for a light or close shave, or for a soft or heavy beard., This adjust- ability, which adds so much to the comfort Of shaving, is found in no other razor. Why worry along in the old' way, when the' Gillette way is so much easier, quicker and-rnore comfortable 411 Enuiiimcnt Complete Including Extra Tire and Rim. 5-passenger, f.o.b. Put this Car on the same footing as a Car, Think of every feature you would demand in the more expensive Car. Try the Tudhope out on the road. They buy it at the Canadian Price, and save nearly 35% duty imported Cars must carrv Paying 35% -will not give you a better looking, better' equipped or more reliable Car. You couldn't ask for more comfort or greater luxury. No Car at the Tud- hope price has such solid construction or such care- ful machining of the motor and working parts. The Car Ahead" 5" Equipment is complete including Extra Tire, rim and cover-2 Years' Guarantee. WHY CALGARY DOES' NOT WANT KiD SCALER RUGBY SITUATION IN U. S. TODAY Tls Not the Boxer Himself, They Say But Those Connected With Him Calgary. Nov. figh fans in Calgary who are not acquaint ed with the early days of the boxint same in this city, have asked why K Sealer is not matched by Tommy 3nrns to meet Dick Hyland, Joe Bay ey .or some other lightweight. The reason Is Johnny Reid, who is f not actimiiy Scaier's manager. Tommy Burns wanis the confidence if the public. If be should match any boxer whom Johnny Held is handling he would soon lose this confidence. No one knows this better than Burns and that is the reason that Kid Sealer barred from Calgary society. WOLGAST-RITCHIE MATCH ON In fitting this Car wilh such large tires, in using heavy full eliip. tic Vanadium Steel Springs and usintf extra strong steel frame with a double drop we have had in view the unusual road con- ditions in many parts of" Can- ada. The Car rides easy over j roughest roads, it close Kead of Tudhope "Four" featurci to the ground ami still pre- Gray _ Electric Lights. IJuai Ignition. Hand-buffed Upholstery. Full Elliptic Springs. Complete Equipment. Speedometer, serves a high road clearance. Swaying and infting so injur- ious to motor and driving parls are reduced to a mini- mum. The Tudhope Co. Limited Oriltia Two Years Guarantee. Extra Tire and Rim. Demountable Rims. Long Stroke Motor. Double Drop Frame. 115-inch wheel base. 34x4 inch Tires. CO., LIMITED Winnipeg, Drnndon, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Swi.'< Current, Yorkton Bout on Thanksgiving Day at San Francisco Practically Assured, According to Managers os Angeles. Xov. Thanks- si ring dny match at San Francisco between Ad. Wolgast, lightweig champion, and Willie Ritchie of Ih ity, is practically assured, accordii J tholr respective managers. Tl only essentials remaining to be settle ire the place and the promoter wh will stage the bout. Tom Jones, Wo Cast's manager, and Blllie Nolan, wl handler? Ritchie, snid these detail vould be arranged soon. With both Wisconsin and Minnesot into action at .Minneapolis i; what will he the championship battl of the conference colleges, and witi Princeton giving battle to Yale in Hi. Tiger's lair, these struggles will be th, most imjlortaiit or today's footbal games. If the Gophers beat the Badgers at -Minneapolis, Williams' eleven will lave to beat the Jlaroons before their title is clinched. If Wisconsin is vic- tor, which it should be. Coach Jim- eau's eleven will be entitled to the un- lisputed championship of the "Big In the Bast, Yale must beat Prince- on to remain a contender with Har- ard for premier honors. As tho Crlm- on eleven has beaten the Tigers and s Yale and Harvard will clash in their nnual battle a.t New Haven on Nov. 8, the Blue must win to remain in he fight. ATHLETICS LEAD We have advanced some time ago from the Fig Leaf NEWLANDS Opp. Herald LEAGUE IN FIELDING World's Champion Boston Team CaYnc Second in American Fielding TORONTO PRO'S HAVB SIGNED 20 PLAYER Toronto, .Nov. (Scotty Javidson, who used lo play for King ton and last winter played in Calgary as been signed by the Toronto pro ockey I cam. The have been awarded or I'on. Arthur, whom the eciinisehs also claim. Manager list to date is: llan Davidson of Calgary, formerly Kingston; George Rochon of I'ort rthur; Sue Mci.oan of New cr; Tobln of Winnipeg and Saskn- on; Cully Wilson on Winnipeg lion, Randall of Saskatoon, an ox- ndaay midgcl; Percy Nixon of Port ope; McDonald of Brooklyn, N1. V.; Hirnier of Ollawa; llrondmnnt of oi- wa; Dnforl of Ollawa; Uilhn of eslon; Howimm of Preston; Prcd Dohcrly of I ho Ontario pro. league; Harry Holmes, llio nx-Parkdale goal- ki'i'jiiv; Ciiistln of Woodstock and Cleveland; Cameron of Port Arlhur; Neighbor of Pori Arthur; .Marchand of Kingston, and Frank Kanldn of Katoug, Chicago, Nov. fielding hon- ors of the American league go to Phil- adelphia for the 1012 season, with the world's champion Boston team second, according to official averages issued recently. Chicago was third and Washington fourth. Although fourth in Ihe list, Gnndil of Washington is the real leader in the llelding among tho. first' basemen, lie made only 12 errors In! 117 games, during which ho accepted i chances. Norton of Chicago of-1 Icially beads tho list with an average 'f 997. Jle played 31 games, handled 2 chances and made only one error. I Morris Ralli of Chicago oiilrlvnlled I wo of Cleveland and I Collins of Philadelphia, at second bnae. Ic handled 816 chajices with only 31 rrors to Ills credit. .McHride of VosWllKloil leads Ihe shortstops, vhilo Turner ol Cleveland tops the st of third basemen. Cobb Away Down figures show Rlruiik of Philadelphia s the best outflcldcK with Sam Craw- ord of Detroit a close second. They nnde only three errors each during ic season. Colih Detroit made 22 rrors and is more than half wav down i ic list. Three pitchers played errorless Ihe ltl.ro season. White of Chicago and lank and Coombs of Philadelphia ich linlshcd the season ivllli nil aver- ago of 1.000. Walsh of Chicago, who generally is regarded us a good field- ing pitcher, made is errors, the largest number of any pitcher In tho league. duly of Hoslon did the best work among Cue catchers. Pure Wines Liqueurs For the Table, the Invalid, and the Connoisseur Tlio wisdom of selecting- ;i with care as its piiril.y and qualify mnsrbc ap- parent to everyone, .so before buying else- where call on us. Hern you will -find Quality and Quantity combined Wines, Spirits, Ales ami f caler specially l.rade and de- liver in all parts of city, and willi our repmaiion lor Quality .we make this a safe, .store lo shop in. Brandies, from up, per holMc. Scotch Whiskey, from .fil.ou tip. per bottle, f IHsh Whiskey, from np, per Our selection in wines includes a line stock ol .FORTH and SHERRIES. All lelepbono orders promptly allended o. New Telephone The Lethbridge Wine and Spirit House M-l-.'idi Hi. South. Block. ;