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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tage 6 TTIE LKTHimTDOE D.-UJA" HERALD Tlmi'Sib.v, I'S BROTHER IS American lespruo Appalachian long llhio Gruss leagiK Canadian Gives Some Damaging to jury In- vestigating Cam- s' eron Girl Boston Hristol Frankfort Ottawa Anderson OUiimwii Uulntli Great Mend Fort Wayne N-ow Haven lii'ceiuvood Central hiternational U Contra) Kansas League Central league Connecticut league Cotton St.ttc league ll.linois-'Missourf league Lincoln International League Toronto Iron-Copper Country Ishneming Kitty ClsrhsviHe Michigan State league Manlstco M-I-N-K league Nebraska City National league Oct. S3.-Charlos John- State league X. Brunswick-Maine 1 Chicago, brother of Jack Johnson, the ne- Xew Englana IeaglM grb pugilist, willingly entered the fed- Northwestern league eral grand jury room and told all lie Ohio State league knew regarding the relations of his South Atlantic league brother and the white girl, Lucille South Conrtral Southern League Cameron, 0E Minneapolis, who recent- Southmi Michigan L. )y was taken from the negro by her Texts league Now York Frede-ncicm Lawrence Uticn Seattle Portsmouth Jacksonville Texarkana Birmingham Adrian Houston mother, Charles Johnson recently was Texas-Oklahoma leaguesWictma Palis i arrested at the instigation of the ehatnpion on a charge of theft. Young Johnson is said to have giv- Three-I league TrI-State teague Union Association Springfield Harriaburg Missoula Upper L. Esanaba Denver en his inquisitors important inforrna- Virginia league Roancke tio'h. His story is said to be almost Western Canada LeagueCalgary of-equal importance with that told Western league yesterday by the Cameron girl. Young Johnson declared "It is the hand God. The Lord has taken this fellow in hand and is directing justice." Miss Cameron was not recalled be- fore the Grand Jury as had been ex- pected. Neither was her mother re- called. U is said, however, that Lucille be one of the main witnesses on Rpit Pox .M llors Elodrk'ians Speed Lluys White Sox Millers nraklos Scouts Black Hawks Maple Leafs HemaMtcvt Volunteers Colts Foresters Gh'.lllS Pets Hamsters Utes Shoemakers Tarpons Barons Yesgs Buffaloes Oilers Watchmakers Ponies Highlanders Pirates Tigers Bronchos Grizzlies Boars Indians y Stnhl S.'aiHiHon i'C'iice Muslu l.ouis Cook O. Ramsey Noil -Darbj" O'llrlon "Adio" Wilson Ortli Collins L. E. Ehrgolt Joe Kelly Steve Simons Sonter lU'iny Connie Lewis "Clink" Clairo John McGruw Bob liiinley Louis Pljwr Jlike O'Ncil T. Raymond Tote Chllcls Doe Polndoxtcr C. Moieu'onU William Smith John Filhnoan Fred Morriss Dick Smith George'Cockill Cliff Blankonshlii Clarence "Buck" Pressly Julias rStreib Jack Hemiricks August 'Bade HOW TAYLOR AND BERG SIZE UP half as big as There is a lively interest being tak- f en in the bit; vrrestling bout at the j '-J Majestic theatre tomorrow night, and v.Tll niight there be, (or a great bat- j tic is sure io be seen when Jack Tay- j ior strives to boost his reputation by .Johnson, who is about to the clear, j the champion, seemed The two are evenly matched in one CHANCE TO MANAGE BROOKLYN. CLUB Eastern Rumor Assigns Peer- less Leader to Lead Dodg- ers out of the Wilder- ness Next Season was not called today. -The only other witness to testify .Joseph Levy, the clmnrinoii's while secretary. Mrs. Cameron Fal- conet, mother of the Cameron lo'day said there had been a complete reconciliation between her daughter and herself, and that the latter now iv.'isi willing to disclose her entire story. Sues Johnson A developmcfit of the case was a suit filed against Johnson by Wil- liard Davis, a nesro, for for the alleged alienation of his wife's at- Waist fections. The wife is said to luive Hicepj beeu a singer in the champion's cafe, and it is reported she was the wo- man Federal authorities declared shot But Uerg hopes to make up the dif- ference ,iu size and weight with his universal knowledge of grappling, which certainly should help to equal- ize matters, for Taylor is as yet learning the game. They are both men of excellent physique. Here are their measure- ments Heielit Weight Neck Chest Forearm Calf Taylor 61 IS 4.1- 3'1 Hi M 21 16 Johnson in the foot several days ago. Age Uerg 5.10 175 18 401 36" I! IS 36 of the Cubs will manage the Dodgers It is said that President Kbhets is seriously considering the matter and that before IIP gives his annual banquet to the newspaper baseball reporters he will have secur-, the "Peerless Leader's'' signature to a contract. STANDING GUARD Scene, lliu sunny verandah of a B'olt club on MARKETS LETHURIDGE MARKETS Bob Scott in Canada. is conceded on all sides to be the fastest amateur motor-cyclist STRIFE IN WORLD OF HOCKEY EAST VERSUS THE WEST Magnates Will STAMP OUT BETTING ON BASEBALL GAMES SOME CLEVER BASEBALL PAPKE DEFEATED CARPENTER BUT WAS OVERWEIGHT Paris, Oct, Papl-e, the fightrr of Illiiiois, to- drfcpJiMl the Fnnch tiiiUi.-piim, e Ciirventler. The I-'rc..cliiniin quit alter the seventeenth ruuid. At tiie in, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, I'apke pvcredcd the middk-wrirht limit. Carprnttcr was under wek-ht. The Frenchman's man- ager inuntdiately claimed the title. of miikiliH'.cidit chamj-ion. Ho said "The light procrc.d as arrang- ed, hut it will nnt lie for title, which now belongs to Carpenticr." And There Wilt Be An End to Talk of Crookedness (By Hugh Fullerton) The muckerishness of the "fan" is [ceedfug itself in muck this fall. Bos on howled that it wag "all hen raved over tae team when it won York screamed that 'the Giants :-ere throwing the series, and no-.v Jhicugo accuses the Cuhs. After ry game in New.York mid Boston vre vere compelled to listen to wild yarns f drinking and dissipation, and now Chicago joins in. Such persons really ren't worth answering, but to them ne can only say: If they will Invent ome sysleih by which baseball IAN be made croolted wiihcut being elected hi two innings they can nake fortunes.. Further, ball players 'aii't to win always when on tile field. one could have seen the' tours of ob'nio McRoy vrhan his nerves broke fter Boston have seen, Jaka RVD seen the the iants to smile while lumps -rose in ieir throats, have .heard Comiskey's oice shako as Walsh, no rgument would necessary. There arc evils iu; the game, and more to bo ..fought., Gambling is or.e Gambling came near beating Boston out of tho world's, title" when it was within their grasn.'.'AYood thought he was to pitch on Monday and end th E-sries, lie adviectl his brother am: friends to "bet-on .Boston.' At the minute decided to pitch. O'Brien, take a chance, and make- sure Wood Tuesday. O'Briea; went to nieces. p.nd'iviis jn the first nams. Wocd, over having ?.d- U-ed his friends, hotly. Trcubie indued. Ksfore nime iu Tuesday HID t-roiible readied a cllmii': in blov.-s. Wood to pitch ner- vous, excited, trpm'oHng, and beaten before h-e fairly started. For a comparatively triflintj btt Weed risked Huston's title and the thfit accrnf.-l to ths winners. Stanni out and tliR end of talk of crooladness is at hand. itf tho rare warm spring days. On tho top stop sits n pretty Kirl and on hor outsproad Bltlrt jilauidly sits a bulldog. Ho Is j an extremely uij- ly, strong-jawed, I lienlthy looking I specimen of his i r kind, and bnttor stares out over the rolling links !n superb Indif- ference. The girl suddenly looks at him with a llttlo frown.) No. 1. No. S. Northern............ O.CC' Mo. 3. Norfhorn............ (I.Oil No. 1. now for our Tonsonby (hatida In his pocket, fee? rtnttpread on top step, watching the pretty sir! and his rival walking fway, bulhloi trolling "IE I thought Bradford did that nr- I winb J kad Nttnichnilawzar's n Barley- No. 3 No. No. N. Dec. Dec. Jlay July .Minneapolis Chicago CHICAGO GRAIN MARKETS Chicago, Oct. only indifferent support today a d rlccjinuil on account of lower cabi Favorable crop icp.oHs from iina operated against the bulls'. Thtr were also advices that autumn so n wheat in the L nitctl Hiatus was irt ting an excellent start, The opening prices were i in I down. Dec which at the iniisst ranged from i) i lo 03} a loss of i Cf. i- to dropped to 03 03i. Freer move- ment from fanny weakened- oa December startt.-.! J io i e i- lower, at 32A to 32i J, and steadied at the last named figures. Lake Manitoba ------.Sot'O.ct 12 Empress of Britain Fri. Oct. IS Empress of Ireland Fri. Nov. 1 Lafce Champlnfn ..Sax. Nov. 2 Manftob'a -----Sat. Nov. 9 Empress of BrKalii Fri. Nov. Lake Michigan ...Sim. Nov. 24 Laat sailing from St. Lawrence Ports Excursion Rates NOV. 7th to DEC. 31ct Christmas Sihipft St. John and Liverpool Lake Manitoba .Sat. [Dec. 7 Empress' of Britain Frl, Wee. IS Rfci-th lleanryntions undUVetallK from your local ngent, or( write J. C. Carter, Qenoral Aflent 210 Portsge Avo, Man. ;