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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE LETITIUmUiiE DAILY IJfBBALT> Has Vision of Himself on the! Lightweight Throne Week From' Tomorrow But Jack Johnson Still Must Answer for Violating the Mann Act Wednesday, November 20.1912 Before Varsity Was Trounced by McGill Saturday MARKETS! the 'Varsity, University of Tordnto College Paper. San Francison, Nov. week j from tomorrow I will he lightweight champion of the Willie Rit- chie told a group of friends here to- day as he started for his training! camp in San Kafae! to make really for his 20-rouml bailie with Ad gast at Daly City on Thanksgiving I day. "I am .is sure I'll win as that 1 am standing went on' Ritchie, with apparent candor. "I know M'olgast Tights, and 1 know I can beat; him. I would rather fight him, notj merely bceaus? the championship isi involved, than any other boy in thej ''In our four-round bout here I fce.vt j Wolgusl worse and cut him up than any hoy. I a'-'er.met. I never had a hoy so groggy, .and never had one hold on so hard as Wolgast. In thatj second round he was so wobbly he, would have slipped to the floor had! lie not heen fortunate enough to fall into a clinch. Behold two of the NO STEAM IN M'OLGAST "Wolgast is credited with being a terrific puncher, but I fail'to see it. When he knocked me down in the third round a long left swing turning the trick, he didn't hurt me. jMy head was clear.at the count of two anil when I arose I felt no bad effects i these two lightweights is really the whatever. You will remember that' best man. Weils took the English the fourth round was a pretty had title from Welsh, in February, 1911, one for Ad, showing conclusively that, in a twenty-rouod bout at London, and the knockdown had not taken any of at the same place just recently Welsh the steam out of me. regained his lost title over tht same "Some oi the more pessimistic seem! route. Welsh bears the distinction of to believe that ffolgast will go alter j pulling off a. twenty-round draw with Chioaso. Nov. Johnson's heart was considerably lightened to day, when the charge of abduction of his sweetheart Lucille Cameron was dropped by the prosecution, because it was impossible io prove it. girl and her mother, Mrs. Ca eron Falconer were in the court. They are -Federal witnesses against the dusky champion of the world a-nd at the present time are at Rockford, 111. Miss Cameron, however, will not be released until after Johnson has been tried for a violation of the Manu White Slave Act. It is feared that should the girl be released, she might again fall into the hands of the prize fighter. STRENGTHEN GIANTS FOR NEXT SEASON That McGraw will strengthen the Giants before next season is it cer tafnty. He has never been a stand potter, and with the Pirates n whole lot more formidable than their per- centage in last season's race would indicate, McGraw realizes that he will have to improve his club to be in front at the finish. With Meyers, Wil- son and Hartley for catchers and a pitching array headed by Mathevrson, Mnniuard, Tesreau and the much- tooted Demaree, with four or five others to help out, he is all right in ihe battery department, although doubtless another good right-hander would be welcomed. Merkle at first and Fletcher at shortstop cannot be counted absolute because he is a bit lacking up to top and always was, and Fletcher because of his inherent weakness with the willow. Red Murray In the outfield looks sure; but Snodgrass and Dei-ore will have to fight for their places. McGraw turned his team upside down after beating the Athletics in the world's series of 1905, and he will be busy along much the same lines the coming winter. Trouble Getting. Started Then Wind Wrecked It Build Again in Spite of Knocks WANT TO SEE WjNNER DECLARED IN .THE PASS Boxing Eouts Usually End in Draw and Patrons Are Tired of It Hlllcrest, Nov. monthly ex- odus to Blairmore from the towns east of the Slide was larger than ever on Saturday last. The probable cause for this was that Dominlck Marsha fighters that ever drew on a padded a Hillcrest miner, who holds the belt It is hard to decide which of for the middleweight championship .of LI crow-3 pass fought Al. Green'wocd, of New York and Calgary, at the Opera House at Blairmore on I Packey MeFarland, while Wells has been decisively beaten by the Anierl- over a. short me so fast that he will take th; heart out of me. May be he will, and may be he won't. Even if he does j can lightweight terror work fast 1 will not be discouraged, i route A. great man of my battles I been uphill affairs, but 1 have never lost heart. "The Los Angeles fight with Freddy Welsh was another uphill affair. The 20 rounds not only were hut at one stage came near taking the count. Paul Kohler almost pufci me out in the first round oi my fldit j with him bact in Cleveland, putting' me down lor the count of eight, but I was there at the finish and took the decision." LOOK KOR BIG HOUSE Speculation as 'to the size of the house the contest will draw is being Auditorium Proposition Too Expensive -Hockey as Per Usual that evening, proved to be The OF t scrap a draw, and another fight is billed 'for a date in the near future. Next time it is honed that the on- lookers will be rewarded with some- thing more than an exhibition match, as these continual draws, are slowly killing the the Pass..... FLYNN BRASS-BANDED WAY TO COAST McCarty Says He Will Hear a Differ- ent Kind of Music When They Meet Slin Francisco, Nov. McCarty, the Nebraska white hope who meets Jim Flyn-n in Los Angeles Dec. 10, in the flrst of the elimination bouts in the heavyweight class, has arrived in San Francisco with his manager, Billy JlcCarney. Flynn and ROCHESTER GETS GOOD freely indulged 'in, guesses running from to That lira boys will box to capacity there is noj doubt. In all places where the fans' gather the coining fight is the sole topic of conversation, and even the most lukewarm'fight followers, who Chicago, Xov. Barro lake in only an occasional battle, arc outfielder with the Chicago Ameri- ca-pressing their intention of being can League club today was sold t among those present On Thanksgiving the Rochester club of the Intcrnation at Los Angeles McCarty will train immediately. Flj-nn, according to McCarney, hai been brass banding his way from to Los Angeies. He is send- ing messages ahead at almost every station, notifying the newspapers his coming and where he has friends he is 'wiring them to meet him at the depot 'ivith bands "He To start a fight between an English bull terrier and a jack rabbit would simple task compared with starting something that would end in seeing one of the many vacant lots in jethbridge decorated with a covered skating rink. Like so many other propcsitious respecting' the same that have from time been sprung on the unsuspecting "public, the latest thing in that line has proven a false REPLAY RUGBY MATCH However, due to the fault of alarm, no one. The it the ball park, which tile hockey league have been after for playing-'their this season, as a rink is a dead issue. The building Is not construct- ed suitably for the! purpose, and re- construction is a matter not to be considered the architect whom Mr; Eckstofni; the auditorium proprietor, -Interviewed in that respect Of course, it might be suitably rebuilt but the expense of doing it would be out of the question. Mr. Bckstorn was anxious to help the hockey league out, and was heartily in concord with the hockey league's plans, though In feared-at the outset that the proposi- tion would be too expensive. Mr, Eck- Hamilton, Nov. have reconsidered their decision not to play Toronto's next Saturday game thrown out by the O. R. F. U. executive, and will play It as dir- ected. Second team will alio play the Tigers an exhibition game as arranged on the same day. Hillcrest, Nov. promoters of the new rink for Hillcrest arc cer- tainly experiencing their share of han luck. From the commencement have been met with unfavorable con- ditions and delays for which no one could be held responsible. At the first start of? they were unable for a long time to place a contract at w7hat they considered a reasonable figure for the construction of tin rink.' Succeeding in this and expect- ing things to go along smoothly they were again set hack by having the flrst part of the building blown over the night after it had been placed in position. After getting this fixed and having the satisfaction of seeing the whole rink all .hut completed they again met with misfortune. This time the .damage was worse than over, the whole structure being blown over during that raged on Sunday evening. This necessarily means considerable delay in opening the rink to the public', as they are to intents and purposes further he- LETHBRIDGC Elevator grain prices todav show a slight upward tendency. Otherwisi the market is featureless. trices Local market grain prices ,todav show a decline of two cents, whilii flax has dropped somewhat. There is also a falling oil in the price of No 3 Hurley. Elevator Prices 1 N'o. 2 iVuilhcru 5- No. a Northern n'l 'lii 5 43 No. 1 Alberta Hell 59 No. 2 Alberta Red No. ;t Alberta 53 No. -I Alberta Rcil .IK No. 5 Alberta Reil 43 No. .1 N. W. Flax t jg- No. 2 p. ff. Oats 35 No. 3 tiarley........................... 35 TRACK PRICES Net prices for cars of grain on track from all points taking n 25 cent per cwt. freight rata to Fort William: NTo. 1 Nor. N'o. 2 Nor 3 Nor. No. 4 No. o 1 A. R. 2 A. R. B3i liOJ" 51% cat eoi 32J 21 32 all TO BRING "OLD COUNTRY SOCCER TEAMS ACROSS Play Canadians From" Coait to Coast through New British Rule PLAYERS hands f McCartv hits him" said McCarney the Ilcckey s use if the- wished to make an open-air rink, and it appears that they intend to take ad- vantage of the offer. How About It day. al League. A FIT-REFORM Advantage It's a distinct advantage, in business as in social life, to wear Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats. Made by the founders in Canada of highest .grade hand tailored garments, they win for their wearers respectful recog- nition in any company. The model illustrated here is exceptionally dressy. Come in and see the other Fit-Reform SOUTH AFRICANS HAD EASY WIN TODAY London, Nov. Af- ricans defeated the of England today' by a score of 17 points to Jill. Other games played today resulted as fol- lows: Midlands, 14; Surrey, 9. United Services, 22; Guy's lies- pital, (i. WILLIE HOPPE IS LEADER Slosson, Morningstar and Yamada Arc Tied for Second Place in Big Billiard Tourney New York, Nov: game was played this afternoon, that between Demarest and Button, in which' the former won by a sccre of SCO to 3 GO. Demarost had an easy time defeat- es as well. McKELVIE McGUIRE, ing Button, as the latter is mill off his game. Demarest played- pretty bil- liards. Hoppe Leads Willie Hoppe, the 1S.2 balk line bil- liard champion, leads the other seven contestants for the title in the pro. fessional tournament, which will be concluded here this week. Each of the eight experts has com- peted in five games, and Hoppe has won four, his osily defeat bavjiie- by a margin of three points in favor of. the Japanese. Slosaon, Morningstar and Yamada are tied for second place, each hav- ing won three games and lost two. Demarest, Button and Cllne arc tied, with two winning brackets each, and Taylor, of Milwaukee, with a single victory. is low man, A gyroscope Io prevent n bicycle falling us II. la li.li.uj rliWen Is an ling- Hall novelty., If the hockey league contemplate building a rink mainly for hockey pur poses, by the 'way of comment, i might be stated that .the good peopl of Lethbridge are somewhat reluctan about patronizing hockey matches i: that secluded end of the city. Th Patronage of the skaters was excel lent two years ago, when the rin] was located at the ball park, but th' patronage at the hockey matches was null and The spectators were too exposed to the wintry blasts both in going to the games, and when they got there to view them. 0 course, the street cars may. now make a difference, and the people of Leth bridge may have leaning toward the game, and all that, but th, betting on paying crowds attending hockey matches at the ball park is ex- tremely questionable. It may be said that the hockey games two years ago were not 'worth soiiig to see. That may be true, but LEIhbridge boasted oTa city league at that tiino that will take some bcat- ng for rivalry among the teams, and here were six of them. Close scores and broken noses were sometimes in order, proving that they were not pink ea affairs, though the Bankers were strongly in evidence.; Make It Central It would be more to. the hcckey lea- gue's purpose to secure a centrally ocated space of e'roun'd. for their rink, If hockey is the main object. In view. Toronto, Nov. that Bri- tish association professional football teams are'allowed to visit Canada, and play-any club, under the jurisdic- tion of the Dominion Football asso- ciation, arrangements are being made here to bring over next summer one English and one Scottish team. They wili play exhibitions in the most Im- portant cities, and teams will be se- lected to oppose them in each city from Montreal to Vancouver, prov- ided British Columbia has affiliated with the Dominion association by then. hind .than .they were before the lirst post-hole was dug. The promoters oi the however, will build this fall as promised, and the work on the rink .will be.rushed as fast as is com- patible with the strength necessary to. withstand a wind such as was ex- perienced oh Sunday last. KNOCKERS AT WORK They are also requested to take no telling all they meet that they knew Vo. 3 3ats No. 2 C. W. 3. C. W. Oats............ 1 N. W. Flax to.. 3 C. MY Barley fo. 3. Barley !o. 4. Barley Other grades accepted at spread ex. sting on date of inspection. Government weights and grades al- -ays supplied. For stations of Bull's Head, Seven 'ersons, Whitla, -Winnifred, Bow Is- and and Biirdette, add to the above rices 1% cents on wheat, flax, and arley, and 1 cent for oats. From Grassy Lake, Purple Springs, nber, Barnwell, Chin, and Coaldale, add 114 ocuts on wheat, flax, and barley, and cent for oats. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Nov. opened lower, and about the same at Min- neapolis and Chicago. Liverpool, Ant- werp and Budapest all closed sub- stantially lower. Paris, however, ad- vanced. The market was nervous and unsettled, with quiet spells Interspers- ed, with periods of fierce activity, anil the close 'was strong, shorts cov- ering. Oh Tuesday a total of 1G03 cars were Inspected, of which 1093 were ___ wheat. This is an increase of .181 notice of the three or" four sore-heart-i cars on the previous record of 14-12. arc so complacently There were eight hundred in sight. Fine weather is reported from most what would happen as soon as they built. the way the old rink was bring of the west. Light snows Current and Calgary. Swift It is stated that o! all thrsel Cables closed; Liverpool, off dismal grouchcrs not one has don the least to help the scheme along. "Three-Fingered" Brown to Umpire MordecaJ Brc'wu may be seen on National league ball Holds next sea- son as an umpire. It has been sug- gested that the one time great three- fingered pitcher of the Cubs Is the type of man who-wouid mako a good umpire, and It Is not Improbable that ''resident Lynch would jump at the chance to sign him for his staff were he In a position to.iimkc an offer to Brown, "Baled Havana' GIVES YOU .HALF AN HOUR'S SOLID COMFORT, AND WHAT IS MORE YOU CAN BE SURE OF THE GENUINE ARTICLE BEFORE YOU COMMIT YOURSELF. BE :AUSE "Baled ffavanas" S STAMPED ONE. ON These Cigars are iade from finest avana tobacco, sel- :ted in Cuba., There as much dlffer- nce between a gen- :lne "BALED HAV- and an Imlta- .ion as there l> be- tween a and crab apple. They are appreciated .by the man who has learned to discrimin- ate, Witch for Christmas Packages fose Gaste Company Manufacturers of laled Havanas, El Moro, Ml Linda LONDON, ONT. FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION TO FIGHT ENGLISHMAlv Johnny Kllbane and Eddie Morga Agree to Go Ten Rounds Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. ag reement between Johnny Kllbane champion, and Eddii Morgan, an English boxer, was reach ed last night, whereby they will nice soon in a ten-round bout for the chain pirashlp. The date has not been agreed upon, but it Is said the matcl will take place on the Pacific coas within a couple of months. Morgan has been In this country bu a few weeks. CARDSTON GETTING MONEY TOGETHER FOR ITS RINK Cardstfan, Alia., Nov. rlnli committee, composed of J. W. Low, chairman, and Messrs. Mclntosh, Dav- is, Pirle, Belcher and Dr. Lynn, Which was delegated to feel the minds and pockets of Cardston's sporting frater- nity, reported on Friday night that they had been successful in securing twenty-five shares.of each. Fif- teen more shares arc required hefor the scljeme will go through, as th committee lire determined that th' building shall cost 52000, or Cardstoi will use the open air for another win ter. IS. J. Wood is providing the site which is valued at ?400, and will tak> the amount in shares. The committee believe the remalnd er of the shares can be secured. low- Paris, to up; Budapest, ,and Antwerp, 1 lower. Opening and Closing prices follow: November 82 December........ May............. 83% November........ 33U December........ 31 v> -May Flax- November 121 December......... 112 May............ 11.7 Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern...... Winter Wheat- No. 1..................; No.2 No Oats- No. 2 C. W....... Minneapolis Wheat Open December........ SO May............ 85% Chicago Wheat December........ S1 May............ illy............ S7% 33% 120 109 1J, 113 81 V4 78% 3214 Close. 8014 90% 87% LIVERPOOL WHEAT MARKET 'THE WOLGAST-RITOHIE BOUT NOT TOMORROW Through Inadvertance the word "week" 'was left out of a piece of news in yesterday's Is- sue ro the appointing of ref- eree for Wolgast-Hltchle light on American Thanksgiving day'... It made It appear that tfie encounter was tomorrow Insto-iid of a week later. Liverpool. Nov. Closing: Wheat, pot steady; No. I .Manitoba, new 7s No. 2. Man., new 7s 614d; No. 3. Man., new 7s 4d. Futures steady. December 7s March 7s 79id; May 7s GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, Nov. Bat- chelor, cattle importers, of1 this city, report that large supplies of Irish cat- tle are offered, but host quality scarce 'with top steers fetching 13M to 14 cents, and secondary to cents. CHICAGO MARKET WEAKER Chicago, 111., Nov. tpdaj reflected weakness al. Liverpool and wont to a now low level for this year's crop. Receipts northwest of here '.ontlnticd heavy. The opening ranged rom lower to advance. May filarted 89% to a drop of if, iff o 14, rallied to 90% and 'then ell back to DOU. Hay oats, which larled unchanged to a shndo lovvur 2 3214 to 32K, rose to ;