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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1:1 ft i Pafec 6 THE LETHBRIDGE DATT.Y HERALD Friday, Xovemlier 22. l�lg� ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS FOOTBALL Coast League Rifles Quebec Glub of Prodgers and Oalman Jim Flynn in Training Quebec, Nov. 22.-There is trouble In the Quebec Hockey club and two of the most promineal.members left here tonight for the J'acific coast. The departing men are Coldie Vrod-gcrs and Eddie Oatman. gome days ago both of these players signed a contract with the Quebec Hockey club to play for it during the comtue season. Since then ian agent from the British CoUimbia.club, came .to.Que-. bcc and offered them much higher, salaries than they were to receive here.; The management of the Quebec club met this with a:n offer to increase the ; rate the men were hitherto recnt.' In the meantime the two players are spuedins; onwards towards the sct-,ting sun. with visions of a big salary before their eyes. English League Standing First Division P. W. h. D. P. Aston Villa ........ 14 s 2 4 20 Blackburn Rovers .. J3 � 2 r. 17 JInnchoster City .. 12 s 3 t 17 Sheftlold Wed..... 12 8 3 I 17 Bolton Wanderers .. 13 8 4 1 17 Newcastle........ 13 (1 3 4 1(! Derby County ..... 12 7 3 2 16 West Bromwlch____ 12 ti 3 3 15 Oldham .......... 12 5 2 5 Ifi Liverpool i ....... 14 (i 7 1 13 Everton......... 13 5 6 2 13 Sunderlana ~.... ... 13 6 6 2 12 Bradford ..... .... 11 4 3 4 12 Afanchester United . 12 4 5 3 U Mlddlesborougb .. . 12 3 6 3 9 Sheffield United .. 12 3 6 3 9 Chelsea......... 13 3 0 1 7 Woolwich Arsenal .. 13 1 7 5 7 NUts County ...... 12 1 8 3 7 Tottenham ....... 12 0 9 3 3 San Francisco Club Takes Up Defi of Sir Thomas Lipton for Race Panama Year M'QINNITY BUYS TACOMA CLUB Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 21.- "Iron Man" Jo� McOlnnlty, of Newark, has bought the Ta- 12 � 7 1 Leeds City ........ 11 5 4 2 Barnsley .... .... 12 6 5 2 Bristol City ........ 12 2 3 t Grimsby........... 13 4 6. 3 Leicester ........ 13 4 6 3 Hudders�61d...... 13 4 7 2 Stockport......:. 14 3 7 4 QlosBop......... 11 4 G 1 Blackpool ........ 12 3 C 3 Buo' ............. 12 4 7 1 Bradford ......... 11 1 5 5 San Francisco, Nov, 21.-Sir Thomas Lipton's proposal (or an international yacht race in 1915 was accepted today. At a luncheon in the Commercial Club, given in honor of Sir Thcmas, the following letter was read to him; "On behalf of a syndicate yet to be named, permit me to accept your challenge tor a race in the 23metrc class, to be sailed here in 1915. "We will meet you with a boat designed undtr the universal rule, built and sailed by San Franciscans, 16 and may the best boat win. jim flynn Tommy kyan Meets Luther McCarty at Los Angeles Dec. 10 for White Heavyweight Championship Wells Only British Heavyweight Worthy of Note 16 16 15 15 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 9 , 9 9 7 FAaOF IHE EBONY KING "Southern League MUTUEL MACHINES WERE SUCCESSFUL IN CANADA Baltimore Decides to Adopt "Iron Stakeholder" System of Betting Thereat He Is the Best Big Fighter Britain has Produced In Years-Will IVlIx In Many Battles for His Class Title on the American Continent Baltimore, Nov. 20.-It has been definitely settled that an e.xperiment is to be made with the mutuel machines at Pimllco next spring. Fifteen of the "iron stakeholders" will be erected during the winter months and they will t>3 manned by the best expert ticket sellers, oaahiera and accountants, so as to give that system of speculating on horse races a thorough trial. It is the opinion of those concerned In Maryland that the' mutuel system will perpetuate the sport and do much to eliminate the objectionable features that have e.iisted. Whether the �"Iron stakeholders" will prove a success remains to be seen, but the flnger of the mutuel promoters points to Kentucky as an example, and then it turns to Toronto and Vancouver, where the mutuels have been successfully operated of late. ' (By Otto Floto) Bombardier Wells is going to return to this country. In fact, I should not be surprised to learn of his landing here any day now. Not since the days when Tommy Burns cleaned up the British crop of heavyweights, which included Jack Palmer, Jewey Smith and Gunnor Molr, has there been an English heavyweight that gives the promise that Wells docs. Though defeated in New York by Al Palzer, there are any number ol light critics who assert that a second raeut Ing between this pair would reverse the result. his is ,mere conjecture however, and'Js based on the splendid showing that Wells made in the earlier, rounds of the aforesaid bout- before he "blew up." Remember when making these conditions that Palzcr too, is improving, and no matter how much Wells progresses, the big Iowa CONNOLLY WILLING TO MEET WRESTLERS Vancouver, Nov. 19.-"Pat" Connolly, th� westler, who downed J. Berg, the husky Portland grappler at the V, A. C. a few weeks ago, is outj with a defi to throw any three men on the Pacific northwest, in just sixty minutes, and if he fails to forfeit a tidy little sum. Connolly would bo willing to havel Cheater Mclntyro, the popular ln-| atructor, as one of his opponents, but "Chat" Ih apparently through with the mat game for some time. NEW COVERED RINK PROJECT 18 AFOOT A meeting la called for this evening of the members of the Leth-bridge Hockey League to discuss an important project that P. J. Mclnenly has on foot. It is to erect a covered rink at Hen-dev-6on Park for ice skating in the winter and roller skating In the summer, also to use the same as a moving picture theatre. This Is a big undertaking, hut Mr. Jlclnenly thinks he can make it stick, as he has many other projects of a like natuv. The nature of the scheme in full that he is contemplating, will be broached tonight at T. C. Rid-p.ith'B stcre; Sixth street, Everybody bo on deck that this Is of Interest to. Dutchman Is trotting right along himself. At any rate It is going to be '.-.ome bout if they meet, and incidentally it is L:oing to be some gate as well. There was a .time when England stood at the head of the class In the fighting game. Not so since the day that John L. Sullivan knocked out Joe Ooss in Boston. Tr^e.'we had' had nothing that compared with either Charley Mitchell or Jack Burke, or Alf Greenfield for that matter. They could beat the best^ >ve had outside of the "Ro.xbury strong boy," and yet weighed pounds lighter when they entered the ring than did their opponents. Fancy Charley" Mitchell fighting John L. Sullivan in Madison Square Garden and weighing only 152 pounds, while John L. t'ipped the beam at 215. In Chicago at the old Garfield race track. Jack Burke weighed only 151 while Sullivan weighed 241 and yet John dirt not knock either ol those men out. In his two tries witl .Mitchell he failed. Maybe in the first instance ho failed because InspeCto WllUnms jumped- through the rope; and stopped 'the Bout after Sullivan had knocked-the/lttle Briton through the ropes... But _how about. ChantlUy -that second meeting In f'^ance? Since those days, however, England has sent us nothihg to compare with this pair, and only Bombardier Wellf Is worthy of consideration at the present time. With the "blot of ink" probably removed from the fighting game forever by the federal authorities, the big wlhte men can now battle.lt out among themselves, It lays between Palzer, Wells, Flynn, McCarthy and maybe one or two 'others. All this bunch shows a wlllingnoss to light and tor that reason \yo won't bo long at arriving at who Is the real bona fide champion heavyweight of the world, The fun starts with McCarthy and Flynn at Lo8 Angelos Iq tho near future. P. W. L. D. P. Crystal Palace..... 13 7 2 4 18 Swindon .....,,... 13 S 3 ,^ IS Plymouth .;...... 12 "6 0 4 16 Q. P. Rangers ..... 12 6 0 4 IG Reading .'........ 12 7 4 1 15 iMillwall .......... 12 G 4 2 14 West Ham......... 12 6 4 2 14 Portsmouth ...... 13 5 4 4 14 Watford ......... 14 5 5 4 14 BrlglUon ......... 13 5 5 3 13 Coventry ......... 13 5 6 3 13 Exeter City r....... 12 5 4 3 13 Northampton..... 11 5 7 2 12 Merthyr .......;. 10 4 3 ? 11 Norwich City...... , 13 i G 3 11 Bristol Rovers .. 13 3 G 4 10 Ollllngham ...... 13 3 6 4 10 Stoke............ 13 4 S 1 9 Southampton ..... 13 2 8 8 7 Brentford .... �... 14 3 11 0 G "(Signed) Thomas Miller. It is estimated that the American defender will cost about .$75,000, and she will probably bo called the Nineteen Fifteen.   e> CONNAUOHT SOCCER �  TROPHY �   The Connaught Cup, the trophy representing the championship of Canada in soccer football, has been forwarded by Capt. T. H. Rivers Bulke-ley, comptroller of the Duke's house-bold, to Tom Robertson, secretary of the Dominion of Canada Football as-soclaition. The cup Is a magnificent sliver trophy, bearing the royal arms and this inscription: "Challenge Cup, presented to th� Dominion of Canada Football assocla tlon by Field Marshal His Royal High ness the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, 1912." The association gnme, very popular In Canada, is now, for the first time, under one general control, and the generosity of the Governor-General will do much to add to the keen In terest of the competitions that will decide the possession of the trophy LITMMIOM iARKBTil eiavater Prieaa Matters continue remain quiet on tho local market today, tHote being no changes- tn �|Uotat(nhs. ., No. 1 Northern .......!, No. 3 Northern................ No. 3 Northern............ WmCHESTER aLOOK FOR THE REDB==aa MMe and Pistol Cartridges �artridffia a4apted to Winchester riflct arc made lo as ts set 'tiM Ji|N.|�Wil>to mull* eiit of then. Aa the came equipment, organUa-tiM aill Vyfwo *** eaployed in making all Winchester cartridges, the siMpnl rimH""T- la that Wlnchaater cartridgM give the best resulta in . ill liaiiniii Wiadtaater: carlridgea arc made in calibers and sizes for all '''nv(riwn!^Md:i!l��^f: >ure to ask for the Red W Brand.  ? ? :  � � ED WALSH VERY BADLY BEATEN >  -- ' , 3 Alberta Red ....... ...... 4 Alberta Rwl ........... 6 Alberta Red .... k.... 1 N. W. Flax............. 2 C. W^Oats ...... 8 Barltf..................... Bna. per .....,...... MMrtg,9�rtoB ....�� � Oati. ptr t�a. gtekM �..�.��.. li.VO Hollad ObU ...............v:  gtitr an^ Bifgt IJglry butter........ .� .k 0.�4 CrcsBHly h�tt� Egga. traah............... Mgpgt PwMal pgr Ik,.. �. .... �v� Ml ..... .. MH r.8 65 51 .40 41 58 54 61 46 *\ U9 34 Live, ptr'pound Ntriliy: Ogag^ Vx9 ..mt ..v.t. TiiMi�yg.......^........ Lire spring ehlekMt, pgr lb...: Fowl.................. Duoki............... Cauit an tft* ftNi s Steers, per pound...... Steers, dresfad, per lb .. .. Cow; per pouH Cowe, dfeiMd, per iwinid BheeBi tltt,p��wt..........SM OrM*ed.�er��fi......... yevatablM! New poiatoee, peg ft. ^^.f... t-H Beete. per lb............. .. 0.0'.: CarroU, per lb.............O-vi Turalpe. per lb....... ........O.Ol Otloaa, per a. .....................M I* 0.1� e.is 0.15 0.13 0,18 .� M TBACK PniCIB Net prices for oara of grain on track from all polnta Uking a M cant per cwt. freight rate to Fort William: No. 1 Nor. .. No. 2 Nor. No. a Nor. No. 4..... No. r...... No. 6..... Feed...... No. 1 A. U. No. 2 A. R. W, W. KOSSICK WAS DEFEATED Saskatoon, Sask., Nov. 21.--Sa8kn-toon fight fans were treated to two big surprises tonight, when Winnipeg O'Brien outpointed Leo Kossick, of Moorehoad, Minn., in fifteen rounds, and Young Lawrence, of Saskatoon, had the better of Bob Spencer, of Win nlpeg. In ten rounds. No. 3 A. R. W....................... Oats No. 2 C. W'. ................... No. 2 C. W. oats................., No. 3 C. W. Oats.................. No. 1 N. W. KlaX.................. 63 �0 58 DtiV. El% 41% 63 60^ SB a2i ail 21} Hi    Tom Phillips, who captained the famous Kenora Thistles, has retired from hockey. If Tommy had any weakness it was du.e to the style of game that Thistles played, not to In divlduallty. As an individual Tommy wag possessed of rare assets. He could outsKftte nine out ot every ten of the speed merchantg and for spec taciilar rushes up the Ice and for haid and true shooting from any an gle he never had an equal, although eastern wrltera like to claim the in dividual honors for ' McQee, Harr}' Smith, "Rat" Westwlck and Hod Btu. art, Added to all these flawless qualities Phiiiip� was endowed with an inordinate amount ot gamepcM. It will be a long time before there la another Tommy PbllUpi, In congee tlon with Phillips' retirement U is in terosting to nots that 81 Oriflis, the big defence player of The Kenoi^ Thistles, is the only one of the famous team still in tho game. Si is slated to play cover #Btet itor Vancouver. Sunshine Clothing Made in .the sunshine to bring sunshine. The new home of "Progress Brand" Clothing is eighty stories of sunshine. It is high up in the residential part of Montreal, looking out over Fletcher's Field, the city's playground, and within a few hundred feet of the side of Mount Royal, Montreal's famous mountain. "Progress Brand" Suits and Overcoats reflect the brightness of their home. They bring pleasure and sunshine to tl^ose who wear them, because they are so attractive and comfortable. , We are showing the choicest styles and patterns of the season in "Progress Brand" Suits and Overcoats. Mat^efffti'ffiwiwsfMtfl)/ H. Vineberg & Co. Limiied* Moalreal. Soli mith a guuimntu 6/ 124 Mc/CeMe A McGufre,  Uthbridat* He was as good or better than anybody else socially or financially. Everybody about him told him so. The unwritten law of race segregation that intelligent negroes, for the peace of their race,- hold as sacred, tor the whites, was not f.or him. Was not he the chattipion prize fighter of the World, and hadn't other champion prize fighters disgraced themselves to their heart's content with white women? When his white wife committed suicide and he seemed to have some dimcuity In getting another white wife, ho brazenly abducted a white girl. He had been arrested about 35 times. No one knows the exact number. He has served two or three Jail sentences. Ho has abducted white women and aBBiilled little negroes. He has said thit he does not think much of the United States and "has renounced his allegiance." He has tried to injure witnosBes who dared appear against him in his various legal troubles, and has contracted all sorts of debts without tho slightest idea ot ever paying. He tried to send his timn 'brother to the penitentiary and explained that it was "brother love," and there la no case on record where he has ever ehown the slightest gratitude for the bei pthat was given him in the lean days when he was often hungry. Contracts, written or verbal, were forgotten the moment he made them, unless his inclination happened to be toward fuinilment at the time set.' All of these outbreaks of what Is really hut the abnormal condition of a vain and twisted child's mind in tho body of a great flghting brute,; Dec. have beeii given rather more public- May ity than Is usual with champion flght-ers because of Johnson's race. This is unfair. His color has simply accentuated hia rottenness and In no way caused it. Today the negro champion is ap outcast, and the penitentiary is olcs Ing In on him. Realizing that hi* example is hurting them In every way' ^Is own people have cast him oR,! wherever they arf so organized that tiity Qgn d9 tt. A WMDiBgtOB gat^or iQl ol netrofi 4�elftred tbet l^e w�i not even a mgn, much l�ii � segr?.' No. 3 C. W. Barley .............. laj No. 3. Barley ............... 40 No. 4. Barley .........:...... ' yi Other grades accepted at spread existing on date of inspection. Government weights and grades always supplied. For stations of Bull's Head, Seven Persons, Wbitla, Wlnnifred, Bow is-land and Biirdette, add to the abovo prices 1^4 cents on wheat, flax, and barley, and 1 cent (or oats. From Orassy Lake, Purple Springs, Taber, Barnwell, Chin, and Coaldale, add 1% cents on wheat, flax, aad barley, and f4 eent for osto, / � From Klpp, Monarch, Pierce, Mae-lecd, Piegan, Bracket, Plncher. Cowley, Noble, Barons, Carmangay, Wll-eon Biding, Welling, gtlrllng, W�Ils Siding and New Dayton, �dd H cent on wheat, flax and bafley,' And ^ cent (or oats. For points west of Cowley deduct cent on wheat, (lax, and bartey, and % cent per bushel on oats. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov'.. J2,-The market opened \ to | higher and was steady and quiet lor tlie most of tho mornin);, an unfavorable view of tho European situation olTsettlng any strong bearish sentiment. ,Rccolvta continue to pour in with no decrease in volume aniT today there were 1300 cars inspected and 1300 in tight. Export houses were more in evidence in the pit to(|*y and there was a little hotter cash demand lor numbers 1 and 2 norttiern. KUx was stronger, oats steady, Weather conditions greatly tavor transpoiiatlon. Cables closed t Liverpool ^ to ^ oB, Paris I? lower to 1^ up, Berlin lower, Budapest imchanged, Antwerp unchanged. Wheat- Op�n Close Nov............................ n\ Ul Dec............................ '78 7� May.................. ......... Mi g8il- Oats- Nov......................... Flax- Nov...... Dec....... May ...... No. No, No. Cash Prices 1 Nor................... a Nor......... 3 Nor...........:....... Winter Wheat-No. I............................. No. a ......................:...... No. 3 ........................ Oats-No. z c. w. 94 881 l.lfl I.IO l.lSi aukkly iitopt.�aii(h�. cues, caldt, aiMl Iw.ln (he thrwt and lungi. a esat*. ! Dec. May .July Dec;-Mav Cbiclio Minneapolis Mi 901 87il 80 V' 84 1.191 m 75 m n 38 m m 8S ;