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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTITn.RmGE DAILY. iiy, October 17, 1 3 !i .'I7.- TALL THE LOCAL AND woftLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS JACK JOHNSON LURISGIE Lucille Cameron of Min- neajiolisi Victfm of His Winning Ways WAYWARD ONE'S MOTHER AGITATED Chicago, Oc'ti'-.'l7.-r.Jflck Jolmson, the ilist, appL-arcd before Cliirf ol I'olicc explain his rela- tions with MiiS.i-iicillc I'ainrrpn, .Ihe. oMMrs. F. Cain- of' Miunrapolis, for whom' policu had been ostcrt -to toai'ch bV tl'.ii'inoUiei1. Miss'Tamcron is a ivhiie jOrl- In a dramatic'appeal Mrs. Camer- on-Falconet told of lier iailurc to gpl_ her (kiughtpr. !aivay iroin the inlicpnc- i-s oi ihi- niKter. Hhc' declared her anguish when, shV learned last Friday that her daus'litec .was a irequenlcr oi Johnson's ,cafe, lier .hurried trip lo rescira her th? pugilist M'lioni she rieclai'cd j insulted "her-and flouted her hcr pirn tiiat he' y Vfr up Hit; fiirl. told tpulftj "gci" -ariv-.-ivoman-'he; "When "l': fblmii. out 1he pleaded" TritK; her.. I I give up ;evcryilmis I had iri 'Life i'io got her .to and :I ;gb any plnce with her and shielil liur. She refused to cyme, being apparfutly'Un1 dcr Johnson's influence. GIHL ARRESTKT) Miss Cameron was taken into cus- ioily by. the police tonidit after she had rciuscii to leave her companions in Chicago and accompany her moth- er io Minneapolis. She was questioned by Police Capt. NoUba'cr and Jater Ukcii lo the South Clark street police station for thr night. line was arrested nn com- plaint of her mother, but was not Miss C'ametou lolil Police Captain Xottbaer that she loved Jack John- son, and that while the nigger hail not as yet made her a proposal oi marriage, ulie expected to soon he- roine his wife. At this announcement the mother of the became hyster- ical. Later Johnson, accompanied by an attorney, visited the police station; and atiEinpteil to talk wiLli the jjicl. hut was denied permission in see litr. "I cannot go back, and I don't want' to go back, to said Miss Cameron, ivho appeared i'n- nflectcd by tlie pleading oi motli-1 IT. "I expect to hccoine the wiie oi j Mr. Johnson shortly, although he has' not proposed marriage lo me. I love him and want to stay in Uhica.go." Johnson made an absolute denial of unduly friendly relations with Miss Cameron, and that his infatuation for HIP Cameron cirl was one of 'he causes of the suicide recently oi Mrs. Etta Duryca-Johnson, his white Wife. 'World's Series" Pitcher v -J in Action CUBS AGAIN TOOK THE SHORT END Chicago, Oct. Matiick, of the Chicago America, team today kept liis club in the running for the city championship 'by driving out a triple with the 'bases full in the ninth Inulnjr. When he scored a. minute inter on an out, he brought deTeat to the local Nationals by a. score of S lo 5. The spectacular finish was in keeping with the rest of the game. Zimmerman's hitting was responsible for fciiT of the Cuba' tallies. His sac- rifice fiy scored Miller in the [irst; his home run brought himself and Tinker home in the fourth, and his double came In ili'e eighth, after Mil- ler's triple had sent Good home. The ninth started with the Cubs leading, but Richie was wild, and two passes anil a hit filled the liases. Lavender went in cold, and Matticks' hit followed. Score: Americans 010 003 S 13 0 100 200 5 S 0 Walsh and Schalk, Cheney, Richie, Lavender and Archer. These October days an Overcoat" Style and value a Fit-Reform Overcoat." We have the lightweights that are the right weights. All the new a splendid variety of new effects. Always glad to show them to vou. DID NEW YORK HAVE RACE Now York. Oct. chnrs- PS iignlnst Horace Fosel, iiresiilem of The Phllatlelplii.i National LcnRne club, Iwfieil upon his ullojjotl asser- tions thut umpires hiwl favor oil the N'ew York cJub. mid that this yoar's nice liail been fixed for cluh to were ordered drawn f.t a sjiec- meeting here tcrtay of the N'ntlon- al J-eagut1 of biisohall clubs. The charges will nlso ilnchuln atale- nifiili; President is al- leged to have made at the Philadel- phia laso'nall inirk the lust SLM-JCB, nn nciMisntlnii nllcfied io been umde in which the manager of the club wpakened his team by playing his substitutes so tluit York could win; anil charges made by William Hrpmum, an umpire, fa-iruess was said to have been impugned. John A. Fleydlcr. secretary of the league, was directed to present the charges to President Fcgel within five .days, and Sir. Fog el was ssiven five additional days to draw up his answer. The league will meet in this city on Tuesday, November io hear Mr. Fold's deslTes and action in the matter. Mr. Fogel was pre- sent, but made no stfltemenL RACE FOR WORLD'S SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP Eddie Durnan, the Canadian Champion and Ernest Barry, the World's Title Holder who Recently Met at Putney, Being Easily Defeated LETHBRIBice MARKETS ij oilo.oi1 two 'hialimwu.Hniln iirlcus on thu local nwrktft todny .show a I'm-- upward lt.MUl.cney, with no cluuigci othor No. I. Narlhorn O.llii IMS O.fil) u.r.o U.IIS O.B2 0.6X 0.4'J 21.00 23.00 26.01) JOE WOOD'S GREAT "MODERN" RECORD LESTER.PATRICK IN EAST AFTER .HOCKEY PLAYERS Sigr.s Up Three Men for Coast League Toronto, Oct. Patrick, New York, Oct. 17.-When Joe Wood Boston's siar'pttelier. turned in :i FOU'S record of thirty-four victories to five defeats fcr an of .572 this lie set a pitching mark which _lias never boon reached in modern times. of the Chi- cago Nationals rho nearest to il, with in while 'Mnthew- aon's best was mudu in aL .514. Jlathewson. however, has twice won more than 34 victories in a season. Me took gnmes in 1H04 and 37 inns. representative of ihe Pacific Hockey ijn his Inns career Mathewson ha3 League, is in town. He foiled to j collected 313 victories against 143 de- make his clean iip of play- at Montreal. Tlie only signatures secured 'were from Keud.ill, .Mra- nue Gardiner and Johnson. He Lo Toronto to ses Miller, who showed great -fcrni lasc season. He will also interview some of the local amateur players. feats, an average of .GSI3. must be a very small flat that the Sm? tlies takeii." I saw; Mrs. Smylhn this morning buying'a folding tooth- I brush." _______ i NOTED CANADIAN LADY GOLFERS WHO COMPETED AT CHAMPIONSHIPS AT TORONTO iKIiS McKELVIE McGUIRE, Planning to Perm Flvs-Club League this Winter Coloman, Oct. are being laid to form n four or five-team hcckoy IcnRUo liore. Them are plenty of Coloman, and llic lunnnilon of .n homo luaH'io would in- F-uri'> HIP jtcoplo hockoy wiilinni tho nTonipa living rouRli- hoiisr has characterized liork- t'y saim1-- In Lhe imbU HANLftM DoRMftN Scientific Test Shows That Horses Were Doped Paris, Oct. sensation in rac- JOE MANDOT WILL BE VVOLGAST'S OPPONENT Frisco Promoter Will Probably Give New 'Orleans Light- weight Match with the Champion Snu Fmnclsco, Oct. There iR no longer any 'doubt about it: Cliarn- pluu Wolsiist will light for Promoter CorfroLh un ThankBKivhip duy Unit Is, if he ia itfilc to fight for unybody iinil any.hody. It all -depends upon the 'degrco of restraint Manure r Joucs oxerciees iii the innLLer of ir.nk- Ing matches for his Blur iDL-iiinvhile. Jones wired CoffroLh ycsLerday to know it the imderBtnudiuif in to Wolgast autl Thanksgiving day still, held. So as ro minimize the chances of dispute later Joiiea iti- creuscd his telegraph ttillt; -by repeat- Ing the terms originally named by Cot'frotb and naked if thiiL was- the way of it. Cof froth replied that -Tones had stal- ed the case correctly and thai gast could consider the TliH-nkssiving date reserved fur him. Ji- nanclul terms are Ip u state secret- between Jones :iiul ..Con' roth apptir- ciilly, but to Coft'rnth is conceded the to pick 1111 opponent for Wol- gust. In his first telegram or accept- ance Jones set forth I hut Wolgvist would b prepured to moei "tiny iiound boy in (ho world." This gives Coltrolh ;L big field to select from. Joe AInndot, the New Orleans UghL- is more than anxious Lo fight for tli o championship before 'a Daly City .gathering. Mandot, unless the .informiitlon sent out is misleading, IE mntched to box ten rounds with Wol- circles was caused by the tepoufc at New Orleans on Nov. 3, It of Prof. KaufTman to llic French will be a no-decision affair, lint Jlan- Jockcr Club, wherein three horses dot expects to acquit himself well won recent events were ciis- enough to cause a demand for (jualified on account of doping. Prof, j Wolgast go over the championship KaiilTn.-an made an analysis oi the, distance. Me has in communl- sahva of several race horses. In a with Coffroth in regard Lo great majority of the cases he Icuml but It stands to reason tlmt no traces Oi stimulants Or (Irugs the promotor will not commit five or six cases were doubtful, while himself in tho connection until the in three cases stimulants undouLtcdly match at NeVi- Or. were administcrecl. The stewards ]cans lsj either or thereupon ('cciiled to [lisqualify three i _ horses, Mohcla. Bonhon and Rose, and! Trainer Tirlo, whose horse won ihe j ENGLISH METHOD .OF Coup IVOr at Mafcsons Lafittc REFEREEING BOXING BOUTS chad of Ilallcbard, trainer for Shields, who won the Prix Saint Angela at Letrcnibay and Rogers, of Palo Alto, trainer lor W. Flalman.fcivh'o Avon Ihe Prix Saint Simon. Xo decision was made Adopted at New York Athletic Referee Outside Ring New York, Oct. 1 K'nglish mtibod of refcrceiug Itc.uns matches ganliu.e whose was inaugurated at the Forty-fourth responsibility was not proved. H is streei sporting club tonight. Young possible the committee will allcr Hie Corbet t, Lho former featherweight rules in order lo fix the rcsponsihil- wns (he referee, fli- ity lor future cases. tho frolll a scar Ollt. side ihe ring. The plan appeared to work well for a first attempt, as all YOUNGSTERS FOUGHT DRAW Indianapolis. Oct. Say- lerr of Indianapolis, and Harry Don- ahue, oi Pckin, 111., fought ten rounds to a here last nlRht._ Holh were badly bruised In hard niilllug li- the last round. the boxers obeyed the referee's com- mands lo break from llic clinches on tho word. Youn? Sammy Smith, ihu Philadel- phia middleweight, outpointed Tom Maloney, of this city in a ten-round bout. 1ARKETS No. 2. Nurtllurn No. 3. Noilliern No. 1 NO. a. No. 1 Alborlli lied No. J. AllinniL No. X. Albortn No. -I. Alborln IK'd No. (i. Alberts RivJ Uran, por ton Eborts, jior Ion Oats, ]icr ton, Butted Ilolltcl Oats _____ Butter and Dairy butter Creamery liiitlcr chlcke.ns. per Ib... 27.00 0.35 0.35 HOQS: i iM3r ib. i. o.ll Live, por pound 0 Pouliry: Geese, ___ 0.14. Tllrkejs 0.23. Jjlve sin'ln Fowl Ducks U.1S New potatoes, per Ib fl.Ofc IJeets. par Ib 0.112 Carrots, per Ib. 0.02. Turnips, per 0.01 Onions, per Ib.. i...- ...02 to Cattle on Hoof: Steers, per poup.d Steers, dressed, Ih Cows, pec pound .05 Cows, (kcssyd, per pound 10 Bhccp: per cwt. E.Oti, cur cut 11.01 FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Mani., Oct. opened a llt.tlc 'weaker both at Win-, nilieg and on American exchanges, bur the decline wiv.v not very.marked astl Americans lo cxle-iit sLiU'cned up during the. morning imd there vaa a much stendiqr Ifeejlug inWinnipeg at th'-? close. There are niimbers of more serious compllfca tto.ns- thp east lo iiccounl lor' 'thip. The. cash demand, i.s Nil graden.-iiiid there -a good aiToot. Ofl'eriiiga ure noi liberal iiotivhu'i-jtaiidiiiri; the heavy, daily receipts. IVenther, cloudy and wet nil over the western wheat belt. Receipts J27-I cnns jnspcctad, u.yO in li'losful Liverpool 1--' to 3-4 lower; I'n unchanged to 1-4 up; Berlin BudapesL un- changed ami Aura-iTU 5-S lower. Wheat Open tJlo'se' October ri...... Sflli November............ SS'Vai Uecember......i...... PS PiS-- Oats: October November nccsmbcr.....-..... ;13% Flax: October 134 I'1" Kovembei1 -.....y T-'1- December 127- t_H CASH-PRICES Wheat: Closa No. J. Northern 2. Northern li so. 3. Not them SS'i. so. 4. to. ii...................... 73I4 Co. B...................... Wheat: No. 1........... No. 2. ;i.......... :o. -i......... Oats: 2. C. W S. C. W Extra No. 1. Feed, No. 1. Feud No. 2. Feed Barley: No. Rejected Fscd Minneapolis Wheat: May Chicago December Open Close .'-7% 90% 93 SASKATOON WILL STAGE GOOD BOXING BOUT Saskatoon, Oct. 15-round lioul lias been amnseil bcl-wcen Tommy Kilbane f'liarlle Lucca for 25. Kllljane is expected here tomorrow. Smokeless Shotshells "Leader" and "Kepeater" The merits 2nd of shotshclls are soon shown in trap shooting. Both amateur and professional season 'F averages were won in 1911 with Winchester Loaded "Leader" and repczicr." TheLr cscepdoa- ally strong and even shooting qualities make them unsurpassed for bird ahcoiinp. They are all well made and carefully loaded, anj will always give satisfactory results. The Red }fj on the box guarantees their reliabil- ity. Look for it when buying and you'll have I.nailfs Unit get the (lame McFARLAND HAD NO TROUBLE BEATING ALBERTS Chicago LiQhlwclgli: Too Clever for New Boy Cleveland, Oct. SIcFar- laud. of Chicago, dUni.iycd but Hula of bis skill in .1 ;eniomid. T-'iih nf sey, bffora liic C'Sfi-veiMil Aliilotii- club. Alborls mip air.rcHsivo. lim his nialics left wici" cni-iiinps for Slp- Fariliul. In only two rnimils. wits Mcl'avhnf! really rillSoil on liny skill. :iml ilu-n laiillral fiwli a niln of Vila bc- willlefod. i ;