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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIUGE DAILY ITEKALtt Tuesday, ybvemtifer ;2fr ALL-THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST FVENTS, I. President of New York Giants Died in Special Car En- route to West Louisiana, Mo., Nov. T. Brush, president of the N'ew York Na- tional League team, died in his priv- ate car, Oceanic, here early this morning. He was on his way west for his health. He had suffered for years from locomotor ataxia. .Air. Brush, who was hurried from Xew York Sunday night unconscious, died between here, and on his way to San Francisco. His pri- vate car was detached from a Bur- lington train here and started back FUNERAL AT INDIANAPOLIS St. I.ouis, Mo., Nov. body of John T. Brush, owner oi the New I York National League Baseball this morning. In the car accompany-1 ing the body were two nurses, a valet' KILBANE TO FIGHT MORGAN NEW YEAR'S AT SAN FRANCISCO York, Nov. be- half of Edilio Morgan, tho Eng- lish bantamweight, who was matched', last week with Johnny Kilbane, of Clevelnud, for tho -worM's championship title, Jimmy Johnson, .Morgan's manager, today accepted tho offer of J. W. Coffroth, for the hoys to fisht twenty rounds for a purse of at San Fran- Cisco on New Year's Day. Betting Favors the Michigan Wild Cat Trade Being Advocated Where- by the Peerless Manager Will go to New York Repeating Shotguns Trap shooting brings out the ahoodnf qualities ofa gun. Winchester Repeating Shotguns last year won both the professional and arnuteur Season's Averages, This they are reliable in action and close, hgrd shooters. These qualities muke them excellent for bird shooting, especially for the quick, fut flyers. Winchester guns arc well built and finished and will give good service for years. They are sold by all dealers. Send postal for complete illustrated catalog, ittUBKI KKAIIill C9. Nil Cut, SAM Iff Auitrallan Mall Tellt Story of Far- clcal '11-Rouhd Bout Between Big Blacks MARKETS New York, Xov. John- ny Kvers of the Chicago National League club, said yesterday a, big baseball traiic would probably te nude here today by which Chicago would receive .Mitchell, I'helau, Knis- try and "another player" in return for Tinker, the Chicago player, who is slated to manage the Cincinnati team. Kvers talked "trade" today with I" Thanksgiving Day, did last S KaLs Wiy, is said to te "rte EASTERN WOOL HEALTH ALL YOU his fight. Wolgast has trained in a leisurely way for this light and some critics have found fault with his condition. A sparrins "partner, Willie local jliphtwVioiit, knocked Ad down Ritchie oxiag. worked out quietly and [I other player" considered by Evcrs. I To hrin? such n trade about Cincin- nati will have to strike a bargain with Detroit. Herrmann is said to be prepared to offer the Detroit team Frank Chance. in exchange for Corri- sran, according to this report. De- troit would then send Chance to the with band I Americans in exchange lor ing tile DOUV WUIC Illllaco, ,1 V 11V and a railr6ad man. The funeral surprised the fight u> Mr. Brush will be held at tk- .ease with whicn he trained down of his dauehter, Mrs. Mary Newton. to 133 pounns. Indianapolis. Thursday; While Woigast'f manager, Tom or Friday. Mr. Brush had extensive i Jones, has offered large sums at 10 to business interests here and began his 6. Ritchie and his manager have not baseball career by purchasing in evidence in the betting ring, worth ot stock in an Indianapolis I Even money is offered on Wolgast certainly can defy Jack Frost 'and enjoy yourself -East em Aviation thoroughly this winter by wear- .with band Up ing an "Eastern Aviation Cap.' Just the thing for driving-, skating, tobogganing, the thing for our crisp, clear, cold, invigor- ating western climate. The Eastern Aviation Cap is the first anti best cap of its kind made in Canada. It is all pure, selected ftizzij and comfortable. Buy your Eastern Aviation Cap" now and be prepared to spend an cnfoyabla and an invigorating winter. Look for the label shown abvre. lled down one or more local players and the managerial problem of Frank Farrell, 01 the York team then would tc soiled. Eastern Hat and Cap Manufacturing Co Trnro.N.S. baseball club 25 years ago to win wiihin eighteen rounds. P1TRE LAST ACQUISITION COAST LEAGUE RAIDERS iv Montreal. Nov. lat- Nov. 26.-Horace and mog[ remarliable news of the Philadelphia Nation- New prcsiden al League Baseball club, ieadercd his resignation to the Kational League magnates in session here this after- noon. I He took this action suddenly without explanation before the bled magnates had had time to sider the charges asainst him of ing made statements reflecting on integrity of the National League um- pires. 'f- oi the entire hockey situation is that Jimmy Gardner has signed up Didier Pitre for the Pacific Coast Hockey league at a salary of Piire is bound by his contract to leave here within forty-eight hours, but the local magnates are do- ing their best to keep him here. Your money is considered on deposit until you arc completely satisfied---when you buy Tailored We InoiO ice can please you. Oar garments art assigned right and tailored right. Correctness of style and shape-permanency are their tieo greatest fecturef. Bet you fee! certain that our "refund" gunr. stacds fina with as in backing it up.. Provincial Mat Tourney Here Wrestlers Notice Lethbridge has been tentatively chosen as ihs scene for the next provincial wrestling which will be held some time next March. Physical Instructor Gil- more learned this at headquarters of the A.A.A.A. at Calgary during his recent visit there. Therefore it behooves the local mat artists to get busy, prepara- tory for the events. Physical In- structor Gilmare has called a meet for wrestlers at the "Y" this evening at 8.30 to effect an or- ganization, and all Y.M.C.A. wrest- lers are requested ;o be there without fait. BRAND CAPS! VIEWS OF PLAYERS ON SIX-ASIDE HOCKEY Ottawa, Xov. is what some of the eastern hockey players and students the same think of the six man style of same, which will again be in vogue in the X. H. A. "Skene" Ronan. the Ottawa centre man, is dead against it. "It's a man Marshall Sees It Jack Marshall, the veteran Wander- er player, takes a different viewpoint than do the Ottawa players, and ad- vances some arguments why the six man hockey is better than the seven old style. When one man was tirf.3 another was doins the rushing. It aoe'sn't save expense to the cinhs, for they have to carry nine players, any bination as the seven man "Seven man hockey seldom saw any more than a two-man combination, with one man as a says the Wanderer veteran, "and six man hoc- See It Manager Pete Green of the Ottawas can't sea six men hockey at all. He says that it breaks up combination and puts the game back to where it was bsfore tne good teams won oat !by getting a combination. Also the Ottawas carried more men underjearn moM_ ,t :he reduced style than tney did witn i ffith Jhe men a by key produces the same thins. By clearing the ice a little it also shows j out any rough work very plainly. The j players who want tile old style back again may suffer in tines for the old has been rough forwards che.k an 'the seven men, for the players were jn ra-DDUrd3'.. New Yori, Xov. Mr- Wieler is more frequently, having to i a lawyer and a stockholder in the lai.e jong chances because each play Philadelphia club. Notwithstanding n, "Outside the merits Fogcl's resignation, it is understood of js the ;-Bct tha.t the that the investigation into the cbaig- otlawas IOSe mpney on it fcr the pub- i es against him will go on and will be ,j e have it here, and cleared up. thev are the coart of last apf j Baseball magnates heard this alter- noon that Christy Mathcwson tie I. star pitcher oi tie New Giants, j had obtained sufficient financial tack- Prrf Taylor, tse "Cycior-e, thinks ing to purchase the Phifcdelpha club, thai ihe sis man hockey tends .to pro- j duce ail individual play and that torn- I binaticn play suits the spectators bet- j The last Australian mall brought tho detailed accounts of the Langtonl- McVey bout at Perth, Western Aus- tralia. This bout was decided In favor of Langford after McVey refused to continue In the eleventh round, claim- ing a foul. The report shown Hint Langford was willing to continue tho light, but his opponent Insisted that lie hud been roughed In tho clinches and the referee ought, to atop tho mill. This, Hcferee Haverson refused to do and Immediately save the verdict to Lang- ford. Did McVey quit? That Is the Ques- tion asked by 5000 spectators who saw the tight. H was one of the pret- tiest bouts ever seen, ana McVey showed much hotter form than when ho met the Boston "Tar Baby" at Syd- ney. However, ho did riot seein to be In good condition, when the light end-' ed In the llth round he was tired. Langford was a revelation, and so well did he impress the people that the premier of the state, ,1. Scacldan, went to his room afterward and con- gratulated him on tils performance. Langfoi-d attacked McVey fiercely from tho start and set a fast pace. McVey's defence was superb, but the j Western Australian rules are -not so 'insistent upon a clean break as are those oi Sydney, and this was all In favor of Lang'ford. MoVcy Claims Foul The end came in the eleventh round. H wns a fierce set-to and Langfont's arms were working like a threshing machine until McVey was glad to i clinch. The referee cried and It seemed as if, wlisn McVey was trying to loosen bis hands, Langford ripped a left to the stomach, and a right to the jaw. D'S Sahi plainly was rattled. He put his bauds down and cried to the referee, "Foul, foul." The referee got 'between the men while they glared at each other. Jlc- Vey, in the attitude of a sulky hoy, sidled along the ropes until at last lie found his corner. Even then the referee wanted the big fellow to light on, but it was useless, and he had to point to Langtord as the winner. The crowd was dumbfounded. It had seen none of the byplay and did not know what was happening. Langford Explains- Langford exultantly walked to the centre of the ring and held up right hand. The crowd then seemed to realize what had happened and cried, "Fight on." Laugford turned towarci McVey, but the latter never said a word, nor did he shift from his sitting posture. The referee left the ring. Langford went to his corner, and the people began to rise. "What's the matter. called some one from the back. "Why don't you said the lat- ter. "He nulL He is like a big dog." As the crowd grew more insistent Langford said to the referee: "Here, tell them that I won the fight." This was done, and he walked over and shook hands with his opponent. Vey had not uttered a word since he first had called a foul, and he slipped quietly off tbe stage and made his way to the dressing room. LCTHIRIDOt Klevator grain prices on the local market today show anr advance of OHO cent over yefterdny, with No. 3 bar- ley strengthened by throe cents. No. 0. W. oatti ulBo adviincH one cent. Elevator Prlcw No. 1 Northern................ No, 2 Northern................. 5t; No Northern................. 02 No. 4 .17 No. fi so No. J Alberta lied [ill No. '2 Alberta Itesi No. 3 Alberta; Red No. 4 Alberta iteii............... 41 No. B Alberta No. 1 N. W. Flax SB No. 2 C. W.'OatB 2f, SIo.'S Hurley 44 ins, per ton tl.M Bkorti, mr M.M OaU, ten, lackM M.OI 37.CK) t.r iM Dairy butter Crnantf baiUt I.M EKBS, freBli ..i 0.45 SOOP-ER UP An executive meeting of the Curling Ciub wp.1 be held in v Freeman Macleod's onlce on Saturday evening at S o'clock for the purpose of arranging the program tcr the er.5r.icg season. Get stages ready boys. te-r than indiridaa! rush. He also 1 decIaTii the sis mar. a "man j forcing the i-iayer to go sixty minutes practiciii'y without a rest. might he alrisit on a risk j where seven men ne a I but with the big rinks we hare in the j X. H. A. I don't see the need of i says "seven men on the ice are none too niatiy. AVsth the sis man 1 I the forwards are called apon to i vUo so much that they c.-.n't check i hack as they ought to. acd this makes it hard on tbe j Is famous for its Flavor. Is famous for its Softness. Is famous for its Popularity. Is famous for its Superiority. For Sale Everywhere. J. M. DOUGLAS Company. Aaznts MONTREAL r i Ik. Live, per pouutl Poultry: Live spring chickens, Fowl 0.11 0.15 0.13 0.1S i'f? TRACK PRICES fff Net prices t01 Off? of (rain on track from all points taking a 25 cent per cwt. freighu rate to Fort William: No. 1 Nor. No, 2 Nor. ._....... No. 3 Nor. No. -1 Nor........ No. 5.......... No. C Feed No. 1 "VViuter..... No. 2 Winter..... No 3 Winter Oats, No. i C. W. 72% 41% 36 J2Vi 69 W B6V- 2S9i 21 V! 21 J No. 2 C, W. No. 3 C. W. Oats Flax........................ Barley- No. 3.......................... 31 No. 4.......................... 3T fltlwr grades spread ei- IttlnB on .date of ImjiecUon. Government weights and al- ways siTOpiied.. For stations of Bull's Head, Seven Persons, Whitla, Winnifred, Bow is- land and Burdette, add to aboro prices cents on wheat, flar, and barley, and 1 cent for oatE. From Grassy Lake, Purple Springe, Taber. Batnwell, Chin, and Opaldale. add IVt oehts on wheat, flat, and barley, and cent for oats. From K3pp, Monarch...Pierce, Mac- leod, P.iegsn, Brocket, Plncher, Cow- ley Noble, Baroni, Carmangay, Wil- son Stirling, Wells Siding and Dayton, add H cent oh wheat, flis and harley, and cent for For points west of Cowley deduct cent on flax, .and barley, and li cent par btiphel on oats. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. XovV market opened ?i lower far December and May. and thongh prices held fairly steady tbe undertone was weak. Oats were "weaker. Flax fell off about one to two cents. American markets gen- erally declined and cables with the exception of Antwerp were on tha down grade. Receipts shos- no signs of falling off and today were 1171 cars inspected and 1000 in sight. Weather conditions are favorabie, .and the temperature remains very high for the time of she year. Cables closed: Liverpool ii tc-Tn lower; Paris lj io up: Berlin lower; Budapest. Ill lower: Antwerp. Xov.............. S2ii Dec........... TSS ;SU- Oals- XOT.............. j jDec.............. 31 McGTLL rXIYEESITY BUGBT TEAM T 121 Xov.......... Dec- May............. a< Cain Xo. I Xor. No 2 Xo. 3 Xor.............r..... Xo. 4 Nor. ...........-t-..... Winter Whalt US 111 'Sii- 73ii Sis SIXTH STREET SOUTH Which defeated the Tcronlo four Wsccre fourteen to three. C. Williamssn, Uing. Crookshanks. Le is the team's. Jap trainer and mascot. 'arsity's and secured tts sf The pisycrB are Paisley. M Lee, Dignall. Reid. I .is, McEvcnue, T N. Williamson and Tin-.mins. The man in she iweattr fttmtJy remeiy ccstt so liul fcr ;