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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 28, Itflg. ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST FVENT3 THE ALERTS EXPERT RING AUTHORITY BELIEVES WOLGAST WILL BE DEFEATED TODAY Hamilton Team Gave Toronto a Trimming Yesterday and Qualify for Dominion Championship Hamilton, Nov. Alerts will mtct the Argonauts on Sat- tirdiy in the struggle for the Do- minion championship. This was settled this afternoon, when the Hamilton -team, defeated the Tor- ontos by a score of 24 to 10. On thii, the final, occasion, tht Alerts didn't make a preient of the game to the Torontonisns, as they did last Saturday, the result of which rnada yesterday's gams hire a Thus Toronto's patrons' hopa of seeing two home brtws battling for the premier honors In Canadian rugby has been ructvly shattered. Sail Francisco, Nov. Tliu criiics throughout country appear to of one mind In l to Ad. They think lhe future is fillo.1 with forniioding for the world's lightweight Xor is the opinion based merely on wluii happened with .Mitiulot at Orleans. The so-called Michigan wiltl- seems, to have been going to worse ever since he wont uuiler the knife year ago. His four round go with AYlllit Hit- chie hi Sun Francisco a ffw months after leaving tlip hospital, conveyed the hint Unit SVolgast's nainval light- lug qualities had 'been impaired; Ms bout with Rivers slreagtUentd tho suspiciou; his short contests with Sloan was among Jocks. He was a full grown man cast In a small mould and while training nevesr had to cod- dle himself in any way or provide against the elTocts of reducing weight. Jle couUl go right along about his work knowing that he would be itt the right poundago when the grind of preparation came to an end. He was formed on symmetrical lines and pos- sessed all the strength that it was possible for a imm of his weight to possess. Ideal Fighter lit was in fact the ideal 133 pound, fighter and when it is considered that i there are few lighters in any class! who do not have to weaken them-1 selves to some extent to remove the i excess that accumulated between ooti-; A SECOND-RATER CLEARLY OUTPOINTS OLD ABE ATTELL St. Louis, Mo., Nov. Atte'd fornwr featherweight champion, last night announced his retirement from the ring, after he had been, badly out- pointed In a fight with Oliver Kirk, of St. Louis. When the gonj sounded at the of the sixth round, of what was to have an eight-round fight, At- tell, instead of retiring to his corner, stepped to the ropes and announced that he had had enough, that he had given "the best that was in that he 'was forever through with prize fighting. ANOTHER VICTIM OF McFARLAND'S SKILL Indianapolis, Jnd., Nov. McFarland last night won a ten-round bout from Harry Donahue, of Peking, 111. Donahue is a lightweight, while MoFarland IB, a little more than that. The fight went the full ten rounds. The fight was Packey's from the start, although the little Peking lightweight put up a clever exhibition, and took al Ithe punishment that Packey could administer, and came back (or more. KCCGAITS U H Okl Irish Whisky IT'S IRISH THROUGH AND THROUGH AGED 8 YEARS IN WOOD. At good D. 0. Roblin, Toronto Sole Agent {or Canada. FLASHES FROM SCENE OF WOLGAST-R1TCHIE ENCOUNTER IEDJTTERS Followed by Chief Meyers-Tlie Official Baiting Averages National League for the opening of hostilities. Wolgait went into the ring the reigning favorite at 2 to 1. Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 38. The Wolgast backers were willing to that ygUUveight cham- wagcr even money thaj their man pionship mlght cvcnlually fall would win inside of eighteen rounds, j lo Jot Qf sharpened! it is expected that the odds will i f today's twenty-round con-1 drop to 1 to 10 to 6, Wolgast when the referee calls time This second meeting ol the pair, Mandot having won a decision over the Mex- ican in a 20-ronml bout on Labor Day. Rivers made a sorry showing at that time .which was attributed to defections Irom his training rou- tine. The southerner also asserted that he then was in poor condition. However, with both declaring them- selves to be in perfect condition for today's bout the 'meeting was expect- ed to be a decisivq one. A preponderance o! Mandot hacking prevented the shortening of the bet- ting odds and most of the wagers Were placed at 10 to C. ami 10 to 7, with Rivers' usual supporters failing AUTO SPEEDER BREAKS RECORD IN ENGLAND Victor Hemery Travelled Near Hun- dred Miles an Hour in Six-Hour Te3t London, Nov. world's six- lour automobile record was beaten by Victor Hemery, in a 59-li Lorainc- Dletrich at. Brooklauds. yesterday. He made 51S miles against 451, the pre- vious record. Hemery travelled 95 miles in the final hour. OE JACKSON MAY BE HOLD-OUT Cleveland Swatsmith Wants In- crease in Salary 'eddy Maloney and Daniels failed to ubstantiate the Wolgast claim that i sojourn on the Cadillac farm had estorsd his vigor, while the late un- leasantness in the southland may be escribed as the closest call of all for he king ci the 133 ponT-ders. What Is Wrong? On all sides one hears the query tests It can readily be understood Greenville, S. C., Nov. Jackson, leading slugger and star out- fielder ot the Cleveland Naps, is how Wclgast's natural advantages conflrmetl holdout, and says he w combined with his indomitable fight- not sign the contract tendered him by "a New York, N'ov. Klm- merraun, third baseman of the Chi- cago team, leads the National league batsmen for lhe season of UU2. Tho official batthlR overages were made public tonight, and show Zim- merman with a percentage -372, 14 points In the leail of his nearest com- petitor, "Clilot" Meyers, of New York, who hit at tho rate of .358 for the sea- son. Sweeney, of Uoston, and Evers, of Chicago, are third and fourth men, respectively, the former with an aver age.of .31-1, nnd the hitter with .341 Of men who played in one hundred games or more, Doyle, of New York, ib 'Ifth, with ,330, and Wagner, of Pitts jurg, last year's leader, sixth, with ,324. This Is only the third'time in ter vears that Wagner has not led the league in batting, and In no year dur ng that period lias he batted under 320. Beseher, of Cincinnati, leads In stolen bases, with 67 to his credit Following Evers come the following players, in order: Dresnahan, St. Louis, .333. McCormick. New York, .333. Doylo, New York, .330. Knisely, Cincinnati, .328. l.obert, Philadelphia, .327. Wiltse, New York, .326. Wagner, Pittsburg, .324. Hendrix, Pittsburg, .322. Klrke, Boston, .320. Kelly, Pittsburg, .318. Marsans, Cincinnati, .317. MARKETS kETHIRIDGC MARKKTS Elevator Prlcei No. K iVorthern 58 No. 2. .Northern SB No. 3. Northiirn SI No. 4 No. 5 ;jjj No. J. Albertu Itetl No. 2 .Alborta liqd 54 No. 3. Alborlu ll'ocl ill No. 4. Alberta Hcd IB No. fi. AlbBrta Hod 38 per ton Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, tifkul 18. uu liolled Oats ST. M Butter and Cggl; Dairy butter 0.34 ra Eggs, frosli 0.4G Mtfll: Dressed, per Ib. j.jj to take advantage tivclv long odds. oi the compara- STORK HAS KILBANE AFRAID Announces That He Will Not Mee? Eddie Morgan on New Year's Day Cleveland, Ohio, N'ov. Kilhane, featherweight champion, to- JEANETTE TOOK HIS MAN'S MEASURE IN THE NINTH ROUND Columbus, Ohio, Nov. Jean- ette, of New York, Knocked out George Christian, of this city in the ninth round of a ten-round bout last night. At no time did Christian have a chance. He went down in the ninth with a right hook to the jaw, and was on the mat at the count. SEATTLE LIGHTWEIGHT WRESTLER RETAINS TITLE Reno, Nev., Nov. Kincaid, of Seattle, retained the lightweight day made known why he will not fight j wrestling championship, by defeating ing spirit, made, him feel and per- ctaS w7 Seiners, president of-the "oxer, for! George Bothner, of New York, after form like a man who 'was every inch and every pound a champion. The idea is beginning to prevail that Wolgast's fine physical powers have suffered and that bis exalted Cleveland club. Jackson has nut in most of his time since' the season closed hunting, and does not appear to be worrying in the slightest about the outcome of his ropounded: "What is really the mat-i opinion of himself remains intact. If wlth llls employers. Joe course nejs bound js Qf [hat Qwller Soraers and Manager Birmingham will come er with To the writer it appears to be to strike trouble before long. But Every "Baled Havana" has a flavor all its own rich full flavor, but mild withal. There is nothing harsh about aEcftUSE THEY -'M ARE MADE FROM SEL-ECTED HAV- IMPORTED DIRECT FROM 3UBA MAKE SURE OF THE NAME STAMPED ON 1ACH CIGAR, AND YOU MAKE SURE >F A PLEASANT 3MOKE YOU'LL HATE TO THROW AWAY 'HE STUB UN-., -ESS YOU HAVE .STAMP. :D "BALED 1AVANA" IN .'OUR POCKET WATCH FOR PACKAGES. Jose Gaste Company Mlnufaclurerl of Baled Havanas, El Moro, Mi Linda LONDON, O.VT. ombinatlon of appendicitis and over- it will not do to begi-n singing his the Naps rnfMeTKin T 1. _ :_ 3___1.__J __i LVJ "-O i I know that old trainers of fleid athletes claim that an opera- requiem until he is down and out. Courage and self-reliance, such as go to Pensacola, Florida, next spring to train. "on such as Wolgast underwent will he possesses, tide a man over many a -The genera, admits offcrea him a substantial increase in salary, at Francisco on New Year's Day. San two straight falls last night. The The first fall came in 26 minutes, and the champion expects the stork to visit; second in 12% minutes. It was good his home- in February, an-d declares he wrestling from start to finish. KI-n- wculd not leave -Mrs. Kllbane at this j cald weighed 128 pounds and Boihner time for the best stake ever offered. 13S. convert a ten second man into an I light place in life, and he may cause eleven second one and it hardly re- i those who are predicting his downfall quires a knowledge of mathematics to change their tune, to figure out 'what effect tho exper-j He may not be as good as-he was, ieuce will have on a champion fighter, j hut at that, carefully trained, he may A ten second sprinter is a rarity; an i retain enough of his former ability to eleven second man is a common oc-1 stand for all challengers. For, truth but that it did not come up to his ex- pectations and he refused to aftix his signature to a 1913 baseball docu- ment. Proud of His Record Jackson contends that he has been currence and It is beginning to IOOK to tell, there are no particular prom-; the' bj fMtor jn Succe5ses the as though wolgast has been trans- '--1- --------4 -r rarity common ising lads in tile present array of championship candidates. Xaps have had since he has been a I memher of the team, and points to his j batting averages of .3S7 in 20 in U'lU, .10S ill U7 games in and 05 in 152 games lust season. Joe formed from occurrence. Willie Ritchie has demonstrated Whut makes it worse in Ad's case1 that he is a lightweight worthy of the la that fighting is as the breath of highest honors, but he is not good his nostrils He possesses the- !13 Woifjst was when took tho M, nelding has been fur cal pugilistic temperament and it: championship title from Battling Xel- above tuo average would require something more dc-1 son. It remains to be seen whahor pressing than the Jab of a surgeon's i or not the Michigan lad has gone knife to.imhue him with ths idea that! bark far enough to allow a near-ideal the earth had a better fighter than! figlm-r take away the crown from a himself at equal poundage. i once-ideal ring performer. In his heyday he had everything to To writer it appears that W: Hatter his vanity it is. He was among lightweights what Tod Willie Ritchie will he the champion 01' the world. Thanksgiving Day, 1912. TORONTO CLAIMS FINEST ARENA IN AMERICA Friends of the Nap holdout have pointed out to Jackscn that he ought to take into consideration that the Naps finished only lifth, that the sea- son war a poor one Jrnancially, and i Toromo. Xov. Btauini; i No ammonia noes through the jiip- nud hockey arena on MuMia] streri is about ready to bn opened, and It is claimed that Toronto now possesses tin.- finest rink of the kind on the continent. ice space is 200 feet by re- i.mirillg BO.OOO feet of U; inch pipe to iug on tin; lloor, brinn only doing the freezing. Nothing is-lost. The brine goes up one pipe and down another back Into the t.'tnk to bo kept at the required that he was fortunate to be singled out by the Nans' owner for an in- crease in his yearly stipend. Holds Out for More Jackson, however, can't see why be should not receive or more than the contract which Somers tendered him calls fon It has been suggested to Jackson that ho will emulate the example of Yean Gicgg, tho Naps' famous south- paw, who was 11 holdout all last win- ter and agreed to the club's terms at .the last minute, hut Joe says there reinptrature. None is lost and tho be nothing doing. process is gone over and over again. who know- .'nckson best say In addition ls I'J.Ouo ofhoiis a minute arc behind the brine ipmg of the same to convey- the rushing it into the lloor pipes. Thogf! pumps are situated under the seats on the north side. Two large pumps forcing 300 sal- he ratller nunonla through the brine tank. On every pipe there U a stop ;ock, o that if anything goes wrong each ijifc can be shut oft separately with- tii affecting the rest oi them. How Freezing Is Done A fifty ton reJrlEerettag machine Is ;equived to do the freezing. In a huge tsnk is held a mixture oi calcium and water through, which feet of 1'4 inch pipe conveys'ammonia. This steam of piped ammonia brings (he brine to a temper.tturc of frqm I to 0 degrees in the tank, which is then forced through the pipes on the floor to the water. WAKE OF THE PUCK V.'hat has become of the Interna- tional 'Leigue? About all they have dona ao fa? U organize. Stratford win again play senior and Junior hockey In tho-0. H. A. expect to rntain nidge nankin in goal, who Is-slated (or the Toronto pros. Ottawa r.till claim they will not let Illdpntll play with the Torontns until they reoeiyo for his release. and figure (bat ho will be among those present when Manager Birming- ham calls the Naps' rcll for tbe first time at Pensacola next spring. Jack Fournlor, wbo Is claimed by the Toroutos, Is also said to. have signed with Kennedy's outfit Fo'urnler wad tho class cf too Ottawa' city league last year. It Is probable that HsnWn ind Mceking will Join the Toronto pros. CURES COUGHS .coms CALIFORNIA WINE AN IDEAL WINE FOR THE CHRISTMAS TRADE Have you placed your order for Wines for the Christmas Table yet? If not, let us give yon a word of advice in regard to baying. We have just received a shipment of fine California WHICK. These wines, containing as they do the very life of the healthful of the sunshine and x.est it has gathered as it ripened in the vineyard, make'a most excellent and healthful Table Wine. Therefore an ideal wine for thc'Ji'es- tive California Ports and Sherries Price per bottle California Claret Price 50c foi1 pints, 90c for quarts. Sautemes a Pure California Grape Wine Price 75c for pints; for quarts We also have a splendid selection of im- ported wines including Oporto Port and Am- ontillado Sherry at Si.25 per bottle. Telephone orders promptly attended to. Phone Number 1734 iEiHBRIDGE WINES SPIRIT HOUSE 114 5th Street South Begin Block Live, per pound Poultry: Live spring chlcltsnt, per Ib... 0.15 Fowl.................. 0.13 Ducks.................. 0.1S Cittu an tn.'o. 1. Northern.......'........ 80% 2. Northern............... 77 STO. 3. Northern 75 4.......................... OS Winter 1.........................