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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE-LET1TBRTPGE DATLY IIEKALD _ Tumhi.v, Ot'to.Nr 22, .S3, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS GUNBOAT SMITH TOO CLEVER FOR :'HEAVY OPPONENT Stewart Severely Punished and Sheriff Stopped Encounter New York, Oct. Sheriff Harburg stopped the >botH between Gunboat Smitb, of California, and Jim Stewart, of -Droclyn, at ilie end of tho seventh round, at Madison Square Garden to- night. Stewart had been punished se- v-evely from the start, but his ring: gea- I'ralship enabled him to avoid a knock. out blow. Smith, who weighed in at ISO pounds, pounds lighter than Stewart, floored the heavier man twite in the opening round 'with a leu hdo kand right swing. In the third round Stev.-art was saved by the bell. the referee having counted nine, jn the seventh round Stewart held on to-the ropes, and :it its conclusion the Sheriff jumped into the rinjr. and -or-; dered the fight stopped. Stewart ar- j gued v.-iih. the Sheriff to be allowed to i continue. I it is the first time that the Shfirifi has entered the ring to stop a bout of any importance. Seiger Beat Joe Seiger, the Denver welterweight, Ws defeated by E-ddie Shevlin, of Bos- ton, tho referee interfering in the ihird round, when Sieger was in a grpggy condition. Joe Won AGAIN IN THE LIMELIGHT "boxing, and completely outpointed Wil- lie' Beecher, of New York. Jack Johnson, Who Will be Charged With Violating- White Slave Act at Chicago McNaughton Favors International Boxing Commission W. W. Naughton) San Francisco, Oct. is talk now cf international control of boxing' and it is to laugh when one notices the seriousness of the parties' promulgat the; idea. Sornetine-ih-rNevriVorIv, who is evidently piqued because.the Parisian pugilistic' authorities refuse to i Jiorv Paplte whpa politely tidried to punish h'im, ha-s thought up a scheme for forming a world-wide bond, so that a penalty for the offend- ers of the future will stretch across the'seven seas. i How on earth can any movement of that kind be made-a success of as long j IK boxing occupies' the footing it does 'present? east-cut j of the carrying on'of boxing matches i to' the satisfaction of pugilists, pro- tloGsi; not. exist in 'any 'couiit'ry" in' the' world.'3 probably, and until such a law obtains fit every- place where the sport of the ring is fostered it is fony to talk of'universal control. New York is the -Instigator of the new movement, and what can New York offer -its sillies across the seas? -has, ail; aili- 1 letic commission, b'ut it is: not aiire "of the ground it-stands on by any..ineaiiV. Iu New-York.the bouts are limited.to ton rounds, that b'pxet's i of a certain with whom j eudurauc-3 is a chief no business in .New York' AUSTRALIANS HAVENOUSE FORH1M Johnson's Bouts Cancelled by Tried as White Slaver Booker T. Washington is Opposed to Pugilist's Actions Sydney, Australia, Oct. 21. Jack Johnson will not fight in Austra- lia. 'Hugh Mclntosh, who had of- fered Johnson for fights with Sam Lnngford and Sam Me- Vey or Joe Jeanette, cabled today to W. W. Kelly, his representa- tive in Chicago, to cancel all ne- gotiations. Mclntosh explains that John- part in the alleged abduc- tion had so angered the sporting men and public of Australia that the matter of matches was no longer desirable. Chicago. Oct. When Attorney Charles B. Erbsroiu, rem-espntinj; tho inoiher of Lucille Cameron, visited Jack Johnson's saloon today, iu com- pany with United Suites deputy mar- slmls, to serve subpoenas on witness- es, who arc to appear before the Fed- eral Graiul 'Jury tomorrow, the negro pugilist became excited and threaten- ed the lawyer with .personal injury. Throw that lawyer, out of -the or I will kill shouted John- son, to one of his 'body guards. Fed-. ernl officers protected me attorney, inu served the pugilist's aged mother nine employees or the saloon, with; subpoenas before leaving the place. Several important witnesses asj-, ainst Johnson have disappeared, and! could not be found today, but Federal officers continued their search. The Federal grand jury investiga- tions info Johnson's alleged violations of the Mann white Slavery act, are scheduled to begin tomorrow, with Lucille Cameron, her. mother, and 35 other 'witnesses. The police 'have reported to Mayor Harrison that Johnson has violated the one o'cloUk ordinance ft dozen times in tha.last month, and have revocation of his license. has tak- en tho report of the police under con- sideration. dercd. of decisions being- ren? New York uurred two ago cscap j "It is said Washing- ton, "that ii man with money snnulil use it in a way to injure his own people who are tryinR to uplift his race ami improve its condition. Chi- Detroit, Oct. T. "'declared'; .'today 'that -'Jack .Johnson, the champion pugilist world's Jack Johnson and by all right j Ad. Wolgast, because pugilists as fara- negroes in view oi his'n I otis a-au prominent as these Is likely cscapaile. to drav: much attention to the game of the giov--; in the city named, i Now, it the suggested alliance is formed, it will be spoken of aa an American-French-Englisn-Austral- I ian alliance, but it will not be '.anything caeo is wiliiesbiiig a good example-of of tho kind. It will simply be an under- Of educating a man to standing among certain eiiws oi these moner without attention having and such being the case, gjvlM1 mental and spiritual any rule which is intended to pun-ish. offending pugilists will largely f u-1 "in miareprrsentins the colored peo- tile, as a-ny rate so far as this country i plc of lllt, this man is liarm- is concerned. ing-himself. I wish to say emphat- I No better exemplification of this is j that his actions will not nice' needed than the case of Ad. approval, and I am He Ca barred from New they for tliolr imrt in nnd nmttcrtnff: "It's "Tho retorted th-o jitteTiil- and if I my say you'd never sec a winning game again. Lunge may have his off days, 'but he's a game eijort yet, and you "Callahan made a mistake not to send ia reflected "suppose that-----" "Lanso Is winning his came four to throe iA the seventh Inrilc." emphasiz- ed (ho Edison man, "and since you nro able to blow your own horn again I just nvi woll go where people understand Iln puccrt the anirldal .lutiRS to- the .McOIll studontn light with Mont- real iiollco, nnd ilw university author- itlcx will also some action. SELF-LOADING RIFLES For simplicity and quickness of operation, combined with accuracy of shooting and ease of handling, Winchester Sell- Loading Rifles are in. a class by themselves. They are made in .32, .35, .351 and. 401 calibers, giving a range of power that enables their use for any size of game. They are the most advanced type of hunting rifle and have come to stay, as they have proved their merits. Send postal for illustrated catalog. tEpBatiai AIQS Ca., Ktw Hives, Ct. (MY MACK GIVES SIAHL THE CREDIT ".lake Stahl, the leader of the Red Sox, is the man who turned the trick for his said Connie Mack, of !he Athletics. "He had two guesses, lie made them both when lie sent Ileu- dricksen and Englc up to bat for Bed- ,ent and Wood. "Stahl took a long chance, the logi- cal one, to he sure. It took a game manager to go through with it. He' ;lid, and he deserves the cre-dit. "While McGraw showed good judg. niont at times, he 'was frequently out- guessed by Stahl. The way he used ils pitchers showed that the manager of the Red Sox was keen to take ad- vantage of the Giants' great weakness on the slab. Both teams were evenly matched, and both shared the run of uek." Proclamation To tho of Now Know Ye I, George M. U'iiU'li. liy virtue of l.lic powers in mo vested ns Mayor of City of Lethbridgt! and witii (lie consent of (he Council, do he1 IT by declare a half hol- iday on Wednesday, Ihe 23 ni day of October, 191.2, .from tho hour of noon, and hereby call upon all good citizens to observe tho same. Cleo .M. Hatch, Mayor. God Save the SHOOT DUCKS FROM AIRSHIP Washington, Oct. an irmy hydro-aeroplane and carrying automatic guns, Lincoln Beachy, the aviator, and Lieutenant L. ii. Brelie- ton, (J.S.A., went due hunting on the marshes of the Potomac, below Wash- ngton, recently. Time and again the Hmters swooped down on the marshes, ranged away Kith their suns unil then skimmed the surface oC the water MARKETS LETHBP.IDGE tt.lil! 11.113 11.61) -O.tiS ..fl.fia No. 1. No. 2. Northern .No. 3. Northern No. -t................ NO. 5. No. I Alberta Ited....... No. Alberta No. 3. Alberta Had No. 4. Alberta Ited.........'..0.68 No. 5. Alberta Hran, per ton............ Shorts, por ton........ 2S1.09 Oats, per ton, sucked Sfi.ili) Rolled Oats Butter and CQQI: Dairy butter Creamery butter B.SS Eggs, fresh 0.3( Hoga: Live, per pound........... a Poultry: Geese, O.ll Turkejs................ 0.21 Uve spring chickens, PCT lb... O.'i; Fowl.................. 0.13 Ducks.................. O.iS Vegstablee: potatoes, per lb. j..... Beets, por lb............... 0.02 Carrots, per lb.............0.02 Turnips, per 0.01 Onions, per lb...............j.......02 to .Ot Cattle on trie rloot: Steers, per pound O.OG Steers, dressed, por lb 0.11V, Cows, per fiouod .33 Cows, dressed, per pound .......It) Sheep: Uve, per SM Dreftp.ed, por cwt....... Hldei: Green, per 0.08 to o.OOVJi Cured............ 0.09 to 0.09 Dry............ 0.10 to 0.15 Sheep pelt, each........ 0.26 to 0.75 TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Oct. 22. Konier what sensational receipts ol the clos-r ng ot the Dardanelles 'stiffened a narki't whicli opened stronger. Trade was aeLive, exporters being accreilit- ed with heavy buying. There ii K >ag the game. They returned to the t.lir for grades, nuni- irmy station at Washington barracks I 2 northern being in demand. Wra- before dusk with their bag well filled. conditions arc now divoralile'- I nnti very favorable lo delivery and I exportation. Keceijits were very Free milling gold, slid to assay thousands of dollars to the ton, was discovered by two prospectors, .McLar- en and Behvay, milss from Kitsninl- kalum, at Marcou Point, B. C. :i shame, a fellow to miss a lilto llmt simply because the boob can't dope It out better." need not worry about how''or where you are going to get the clothes you would best like to wear this Fall. You need not trouble yourself as to the many little niceties you will demand in that new suit or over- coat. The FIT-RITE designers have anticipated your requirements and have fully provided for them. You never saw any clothes before thnt possessed half the merit of the new FIT-RITE garments we are now showing. Every item of thcit making reflects perfect care and faultless taste. And the. clothes you will like best are for you to put right on. are assured of the last word in style and fitting qualities in FIT-RITE. Bryan Block THE MEN'S MAN 406 Fifth Street South Kecui. heavy, showing a marked increase hi the movement of coarse grains. Cars inspected were in sight 1280. Cables closed Liverpool unchanged lo up, Paris 1 In 1C. up, Berlin 1J 'Budapest 1{ up, Antwerp un- changed. Open Close no nos Wheat- Gel........ NOV.. Dec. May Oct. Xov........ Dee......... Oct. Nnv........ Dec......... J- Sli Cash Prices Wheat- No. 2 Nor.......... j No. 3 Xor.......... .1 I No. 5 No. li.................. Feed Winter No. 1 No. 2 N'o. 3 No. 1.................. No. 2 C. No. 3 C. W........ 1 Ex. Nn. I Feed j No. 1 Foci! No. 2 Feed Xo. 3 ;No. i................... llcjccled Fred .Vo. I N. .18 .V 35.; 33J 1.32 1.21! 87 SI! S3 73 SB S3 38 37 37 1 37 311 CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicaso. 111.. Oct. buy-. J imr a Khiu'p adviuiee to- i day in wheat. The Hall-ran yitiiatiou litul niadt! offerlilL'-s scarce. I'avorable j re-poi'is from Argentina land India with a good .sized increase Jin thu European visible supply, ser- ved only as a 'temporary check on the 'upturn. The opening prices were a shade to higher-.. IK'Comber start- ed al. 0-1 1-1 to (12 3-S 1-2 and rose., lo Oats, although slow, bocsrao firmer, with other grains. Ducembur, whicli started to >'3 K !i higher at climbed 'to V-. THE GENEROUS COLONIES London. Oct. Gsa. 13. Foa. tar attended last, uin'nt.'s Navy League bamiuet. Tho Inclnded Lord 'who said Ihe Ovcrseas'no- minicus bettei: than the Motll. cr Country. I lie necessity or an 1m. liorhil policy for purposos of e.Dinmeroa anil -.-ti'iVincc. lie concluded -by saying llio IJouiinioTis treated with pn- linncn the Insular pivjlldlce and nun row view-: of Ihe Motherland. ;