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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTiniRTDGE DAILY IIUKALU ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS Monday, Ortober Likes Lembriclge FAMOUS CURLER DEAD AT TORONTO IrTDanger of Being Shot Race fiatred May l" su'me Serious Proportions in Windy City if Big Black Doesn't Lie Low Got. liiy; his .but lii" ut'ufi ptiuencus of yesterday when, IIP came blacks in.many cities v.-oulit mobbed in a Slate street, (6 bank, Jack Johnson remained in se- clusion all of today. He has received warnings of assassination, and choose scores tp..the Reno.battle. Mayor Ihimsnft said' he was seeking some legal excuse whereby be Toronto, Out., Oct. eiiiu'e, one of the ju'aml old men of uncle oi the Heiinie boys, and iamous, curler, bowlt-r, here this aged 75. He was also a well known agri- culturist, having received provir.dal sold mrdal.s fur liis model- farm ru'tir Mark ham. Mr. Iti'miit- took part in the Winnipeg lionspiel last winter. iy years with the Farmers' Institute and as. a was well to praciicaliy every farmer in On- tario. realizes that bis life is not safe could close up Johnson's cafe atid an) moment in this city. H is an drive him from the city. The feel- uuconcealed fact that plans are reing ing against him and oilier niters is i d.iscusscd in various quarters as to growing in intensity and all the j sonic method whereby he can be kill- time trouble is being experienced on! ed and his friends are urging him to the street other places wherq) forfeit his bond and get out of the races meet. The killing of John- the citv. It is'recognized that his son -would start something that i assassination would precipitate an would be very diflicult to keep in ugly race war, not alone in this city, hand. WOOD DEFEATED LONGSOAT Mile Race at Toronto Too Hot for Marsh --Pace OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL London, Oct. -Football games .play-ed this afternoon resulted as fol- loys First Division Aston Villa 6; Derby County l. Wanderers 3; Sheffield Wed- nesday 0. j Chelsea (I; 0. 'Liverpool 4; Blackburn Rovers 1 I -j iGianchester jJimea Tottenham .Hotspur o. United 1; West Drom- Al'bion 1. Toot's County 1; Middlesborough 3 Oldhani Athletics 2; Blanches er Second Division Bradford 0; Barnsley Burnley 1: Hudderstield Town 0. Clapton Orient '2: Notts Forest Glossop 3: Bristol City 1. Hull City l; Birmingham Leicester Fosse 3; Bury 0. P e.ctoji Ncnh 1 ml Leeds Stotkport Countj 1 Crinjbb 7- ol erh nip ton undereta ham, 1 t Linccln City 1; Blackpool 0. Sheffield United -1; Everton 1. -Woolwich Arsenal SnnderUnd .1. FRANK CHANCE .TO QUIT CHICAGO Chicago, Oct. Chance, manager of the Chicago Cubs for sev- en vcars, will not be at the head of the team next vear. Ii president Charles W. Murphy stands by a state- ment he made today .Murphy said he would have as leader next year the youngest play- ing member in the league and a man live vote.: -in .Chicago, but he would not name him. Chance is older than some of the and probably will not play, next year and says, he will not live in Chicago throughout the year under aiiy.cir- ciinf-itanccs, ,on account of his Cali- fornia interests. "I. doii't know, whom Muqmy has in .Chance said, "J.shall not visit his ofiice un- til I am requested, and .further, I don't want to see him." Park The Professor of Logic (to. him- laid my hat somewhere in this room. Nobody has ccme in since I've been here. I see It any- where. _ his hand beneath am sitting on it. An- other proof of the irresistible power of logic." i ?Soii hern Bristol Rovers 3; Queen's Rangers 0. Mill-wall -Athletic- 3; Brentford 2. Portsmouth 2; .Gillingliam 1. S Town 2; Watford 1; Crystal Palace 1. Brighton and Hove Albion 6; South. ainpton. 2. ,1; Stoke 0. :2; --PJfmojitlf'. Argyle Westhjim, United 1: .Reading 2. Exeter City i; Norwich City 0. Rugby South Africans S; Llanolly'7. Bain 24; Abertill.ery 3. Blackheath 1; Bristol 3. Neath fl; Cardiff 5. Devon 17; Gloucester 0. Jveicesrer 6; .Newport 0. London Daling 5. Northampton S3; 'iroseley 5. Londpn Scottish '.17; Riclimond 0. .London Hospital, 12; itgsslyn Park Swansea, 25: .Trecrchy 9. Cambridge 2S; Elysians 12, OTTAWA'S SENSATIONAL WIN OVER HAMILTON Tigers Slipped With the ATHLETIC UNION fa ELECTED ITS OFFICERS Game in Their Grasp at Last Moment Ottawa, Oct. the last min- liu oi play the Ottawa iootlmll eluh 'Milled oil a sensational victory over the Hamilton Timers in the inter-pro- vincial amateur root hull .union at l.ansilowne Park .Saturday. With I he wind sun behind them j in the first quarter the Tigers having j won the toss, failed to score more I than 'two rouges and things looked bright for Ottawa, hut the visitors responded with a defensive stand that was equally brilliant and the score at I halt time was I to 3. third quarter, hul Mm sun had gone Jown and the Ottawas elated their followers by having them scorek'ss, while they registered ona point Ihem- -I selves, leaving it 3 lo 3 when tlio teams crossed over for the last time. OTTAWAS RALLY The Ollawas rallied and ran up LETHBFIIDGE MARKETS No. 1. Northern.. No. 2, Northern No. 3. Northern Toronto, Oct. Ontario branch of tlio Aimitour Athletic Un- ion of C'amidu hold Im tlih'd minimi incoihiK on Saluiuny evening, witli NO. i Alberta Ucd Dr. D. lirutio Alncdonald, president, in No. L'. Alborta Red Vhe- chnlr. mid H attaiiUuiicc or No. Aiuorla Koct ilelesuleB. Tho followhiB were elected: ProsMent, Dr. Thomas Bi-owloo; vice-presidents, I'1. H. Sln- j kins, H. Tnsker Stcelo; treasurer, Mur- doch Macdonald; secretary, P. Tri- vutt: tjovcviiors of tho A. A. U., II. SlnhhiB. MuHiuan, F. Nelson, Tom nobmson, Taskei- Stcolo and Hruce Maedonnld. AMERICAN RUGBY ..50.11! o.w 0.51 O.u( ...0.6! ..O.iii ...0.01 ...IMS 21.01' 23.0C 26.111 27.01 Chicago Won from Iowa Chicago, Oct. .elovei their itital to six rouges, but the Tig- of. the University of Chicago and tl fought back Jctcrniim-dly and aK, L'uiveraiiy of Iowa played hero tod Chicago, Wheat .97. 94 WHEAT HIGHER IN CHICAGO 'J Cliiciigo, III., Oct. rose tctlay on account of higher insurance rates against Russia or Austria be- coming entangled in tho Halkan war. The opening here was to up. December started at il2Vt to a gain of to touched and then ascended to 921.2. Oats licM steady, unable to-move much'either owing .to opposing Influences from wheat ond ccrh. Da- cember started a shads'up'at and fell back to I. LIVERPOOL CLOSING Liverpool, Oct. Wheat, spot steady: N'o. 3 Maulloba, Ss. -Id. Kunires firm: October, 7s. De, comber. 7s. March, 7s. Slid. ;