Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TTTE T.KTU BRIDGE JMTLY HERALD Friday, 25, 1912. ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST FVENTS OPPORTUNITY FOR INTERNATIONAL RUGBY "JAKE" STAHL Ottawa's Retirement Gives V.irsity A Chance for Long-sought Game With U. S. College. Toronto, Oct. oppor- tunity lias arrived. For yoiu'd past there lias been a popular demand for a football game between a flrst-ckiss United -States college learn and the Intercollegiate ami Canadian cham- pions. Experts from both sides of llie line have expressed the opinion that the game feasible, and there was enough m common between the Uvo stylos of play to allow H good show-1 ing under the other's! rules. The real barrier proven ted a contest was inability 10 arrange an open date. Var- sity was held down by their iiuercol- lejciate obligations until too late in the season. Dsts Is Now Open On Saturday lasi, after having garn- ered the cash from home aanK-s, Ottawa, college dropped out of the Intercollegiate Union. It might inci-1 dt'Qially bo remarked that they had j neither of these home games, and j the prospects are that they hud re- "f mainert in the league they wouid have finished up in last place. At any rate they are out, and Varsity in conse- quence has an open date on Samrday, v November 2. Why could not a game be arranged for this date betweeu some first-class American college and the blue and white? The American colleges will not have broken training and they do not all play every Saturday. If there is a real effort put forward to stage such a contest there is -no insurmount- able obstacle in the way. Any Rules Would Serve If this game is it surely should question will naturally arise: "What rules will it played Personally we dou't uare what rules govern the contest- whether it is played half under one set of rules and half under the other or Whether it is played entirely under American rules. Doubtless Varsity would be under a handicap with Unit- ed States rules, but their plays can be worked effectively under any rules, anil a' little drilling will make them reasonably familiar with iho other code. JENNINGS WILL ACT AS PRES, FOGEL'S SECOND Manager of the Boston Sox, who won the World's Baseball series CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE Special meeting tonight S.30, at the Arcade. Busiires: Time and referee for -Monday' game. Heforo leaving here for Philadelphia I'Ewident Pose I oE tho Philadelphia club that he retained Mau- aiu'r llnyh Jennings of tho Detroit _ is in Ins with the National io he. had talked it or with JeuiiitiijfT, and thttt Jennings had agreed to take his case, "Xi'ither Lynch nor anybody else can jmt me out of the National leag- said FOJU.-I. 'llu1 constitution rend.-? that sovcn vices- are noeiloii to n club out u: the league, ciid LyncL- euimot yet am en VOEOS. I am the Philadelphia Xuiional len- MdC team and rite only way I can be! put cut of bas'.'bnil is for the Phila-j drlphLi to be dropped, which 1-3 entirelv tii 'iho Koyel The magnates (Ionics tint: 1-e had .my intention sell his club, ho mlmiUe'l that he know of several parsons who are 'ivil- lliur io buy. "The price" he said, "is exactly I received an otter of 5SOO.OOO, two years ago. But I dou't expect to sell." MAY SPEND ANOTHER MIL- LION TO LIFT ?C5. CUP Sir Thoo. Lipton Ready to Make Another Attempt on Yachting Trophy By Herbert Corey Keutembor that story that Sir Thoni as Joltnatone 1-Hnon brought to Amor ica with thy third Shamrock whoi ho tried 'to lift the America's cup Oh, If ho didn't brins it, ho told it and Unit's Just as yood. "Two profession! sal he. "were phiyius poker. It came thy turn of one to deal, and he dealt with mare than usual skill. And then Lurticd to betting, and each put up hi; Tonight HYLAND IS FAVORED IN FIGHT WITH BAYLEY There Is every likelihood of a 'bum- Revolver and Pistol Cartridges Some people take a lot of care in selecting a revolver or pistol, and then buy anv cartridges whatever, No wonder they don't always get good results. There is just as much. A difference in cartridges as in firearms. Always get'win- MR Chester make of cartridges and you will have cartridges that are reliable and uniform in shooting and give max- imum velocity. They cost no more than inferior makes. LOOK FOR Tim KED W 02f THE BOX. IS THE LOADED BALL DOOMED? Movement on Foot To Eliminate Bowling Pest REAL SPORT THOMAS LIPTON whole 'wealth upon the hand. And In the end there came a show-down, and the gambler who dealt looked with at the cards the other showed. 'Take tha said he, "if you have the heart. But I "11 swear that is not the hand I dealt you.' That may or may not have hud any bearing upon iho international yacht- Milwaukee, Oct. radical step is been taken by the Milwaukee Howling Oiie 1'iai. will rente coiisiiUrttble discussion in bow- iii? circloi only in jVIiwaukfo nt whole country. his step id in koeiJiiis wK.h limes, nd Is QUO ihnc Hhoiild have been ink- n several years or ;iL a time hen the bu-.vjitu f.cmo began to grow leaps ami IKKMU'S- until it became tlifi greatest Indnor .sport. are pro- gressive in tho of it. is not amiss the bon'ifcrs also tecame with all o'lier classes of u and otht'i classes of sport'i Tne loaded ball is the bono of contention, -r.m the radical step ink-in is in the direction of barring all unfair and freak balls in use under the jurisdiction of the Milwaukee Bowling assiciatiou. A l-ittel Inside Dope To beconu1 an expert, you must from ten to twenty games daily MARKETS LETHBHIDGE MARKETS A decline of ono coat noticuahl today on local imtrhet grain price, Qlher quotations ooutimio undianKetJ No. 1. Xorthom No. Northern it.'j No. Northern U.I No. -1....................... No. fi..................... 0.4 No. 1. Alberta He'J o.U No. 2. Albcrtn Ked.......... 0.0 No. X, AlbiTUi Hod No. 4. Ited No. 5 Alberla Uud Bran, per Ion U.lil. 0.48 21.00 Bhortu. per 23.00 ton: sacked 2C.OO Rolled Oats.................. 27.OW Butter and cgga; Dairy butter...........t Crcaurery butter O.S3 fresh ........1....................... 0.35 0.1! 0.0 s 0.1 1 0.27 Dressed. -per Ib. j. Live, per .pound Poultry; Geese, Turkeys Live- spring iliickcna, per Ib... Fowl Diwiks potatoes, per Hi Beets, per Ib Carrots, per Ib 'Turnips, per It) I Onions, per Ib. .02 to I Cottle 'on Moor: I p.or pound O.Otf Sleers, dcessed, per 11) O.lU'i I COWK, per pound .05 Cows, dressed, per pound Id 0.02 0.01 falls to one man to decide. The bout] lightweight champion of Canada, mix commence at siiarp, and'will up with Uie best of the lightweights to spend in bowling -ten to twenty reached Ne'w York this week, seventy years old. He has spent ffamos a in (0 them- nil he in the hands of George Cotaras, an who have disposition to meet, ly in hisUhreo attacks up-1 selves in the use of the loaded bail be experienced wrestler. Ilim to tne belief in this city j on that "burglar-proof safe in which PITCHING AVERAGES IN WORLD'S SERIES New York G. W. Marquard Tesreau Cramiall Ainea Boston Bedienl. "Wood.......... Collins......... O'Brien......... Hall............ The second game was a li io fi, el- nvpn-inning lie. Mathewson went the full route for Xsw York and Collins. Hail and Ttedient pitched for Boston. 'proor Haie ln wmcnland the onlv answer is that it either that layley ,s tar from being the the New York Yacht Club has always jmust.be the pot hunter or shark who marvel he is touted, and as a result; Btowed 'the coveted irophy. And he the followers of the -game here are; will spend another, irtlllion, at the low- aymg odds of nve to four that Hyiaud j esc estimate, en liis fourth attempt- is returned a winner. The bouc -is J lf he be sportsman. Echednled to take place on ,lke Diving Day. MACKENZIE STABLE SIXTH lives off the smaller fry and suckers, or it must be the alley keeper who Montreal, Oct. Mac- kenzie stable, of Winnipeg, stands sixth in the list of win- nings of stables on the grand circuit, carrying off The earnings of Joe Patchen II. during the season were 950, but. this includes won off the grand circuit and not included in the Mackenzie stables' winnings as given. With this amount includ-ed Joe Patchen II. won more money than was ever earned by a pac- ing horse. He has declared, time and time again, 'that he will not Issue a challenge under the old rules gov- erning the cup chasing. "The cup might as well be put in a he has declared, "if the old rules are to (.be maintained, for.- no challenger from acffo'ss the seas has the slightest chance of winning Expects Fair Treatment This time he seems to have received some sort of assurance that he will be I w siren fair treatment by the N. Y. Y. C. a. Oddly enough, Lipton has always sisted that the American people are Clarence Carmen, of New York, cyclist who dove head foremost off the bank at the Arena saucer track at Toronto, and landed twenty feet below on the cement pavement. He was knocked senseless, but beyond a few abrasions Was not seriously hurt good sportsmen, even at the very time j when the yachting officials were put- ting the bars highest against him. The j last time he brought a Shamrock over, one of the foremost sporting men in London was quoted as declaring that Lipton had no chance to win the America's cup. lives 011 the alleys, as the old saying goes. Now, then, do you want to plac( yourself in this class. Well, we hardly think so. There are probably twenty- five or fifty loaded ball bowlers in Mil- waukee out of a general number of, say, five thousand active bowlers, and TiO't one single one of those fifty bowl- ers who use a loaded-ball have per- fected themselves so that they are bull experts. They think they have, but they are greatly mistaken, and would find that they are just as much a donalor as a medium bowler would be if they really ever went up isalnst the game of a loaded ball ex- pert. A bowler who bowls continually from day to day. and ten to twenty games a day with a loaded ball will become expert finally, and will allow you to sit on the bench and bet with you that he will bowl from 220 -io 250 every game, and you will be 'the loser in the long run. How many howlers in Milwaukee will stand for a bet of this kind? Rev. Father Stanton, of Ottawa, the famous Ottawa College coach, who is at Toronto, to appeal to the Board of Governors of the Inter-Provincial Rugby Football Union against the de- cision of the I. R. F. U. Executive against the Ottawa College in the Queen's protest. Draw your own conclusions, and then ask yourself if there is a real loaded ball expert in this city. The loaded ball bowler is in the same minority throughout the coun- try as he is in Milwaukee, with the possible exception of through the middle east from Rochester down through Buffalo and Pittsburg and Wheeling and ill Baltimore and Wash- ington, and what is the result in those cities, why, the medium bowler has abandoned tho game.iuid is now rolling duck pins and it will come to that all over the country unless the loaded and "dotlo" hall is barred. Negroes Censure Jack Johnson Washington, Oct. Jack Johnson, champion pugilist, was repudiated as a ncmuer of the negro race in resolu- ions unanimously adopted ;U a muss meeting oi i FRIDA.Y'S GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg. Oct. market opened a slower than yesterday's close but gained strength during the course of tite mornings trade. The whole tone was nervous and fluctua- tions though marrow, were rapid. Trade was very active at the open- g and well inistained. October oats wore a little firmer. Flax had a fur- ther slight decl'ino, heavy receipts and the indifferent cash and export, de- mands caused prices tu keep down to a. lower level tfran generally antici- pated. Weather conditions continue excel- lent for delivery. Inspections made- another record wi'ih 1441 cars, as a. total cars in sight, VOOO. Cables closed: Liverpool .1-S to M Paris 14 to 1 1-4 lower; Berlin roes here, tonight- resolution? denounced the muting of No. K. ft-S lower; Budapest, werp ,'t-S lower. Wheat: October...... November..... December May......... Oats: October........ November December..... Flax: October...... November December..... Cash Prices: 1. Northern 2. Northern Xo. 3. Northern 4........... f> 1-2 up; Aut- Open Close 30 HO !H! 91H HI 135 134 1S3 Close 90 '4 whites inharmonious with moral ethics. Negro mothers were urged to "encourage their chil- dren to bo satisfied with .their own color and people.' Star Trio of Toronto Senior O. R. F. U. part of every Fit-Reform Suit is tailored by an artist a this part of the workmanship. It is Artistic Tailoring that has done so much to make Fit-Reform the wonderful success it is. Have you seen the latest fall styles in Fit-Reform Suits? McKELVIE McGUIRE, r Bill Egan and Frank Heffernan, the star half-back of the Toronto team, was Ottawa Colltnc's best all-round man i.i't season, and he is better than ever; Egan, the flying wing, Is alio a graduate of Ottawa College team last year. He has a great pair of hands, and is a wonderful plunging runner. Marsden, the scrimmager is player who is always in the tpme. This looks likely for the championship of Canada this year. Feed Winter Wheat No- 1. No. 2........ No. 3........ No. 4........ Oats: No. 2. C. 3P% No. C. W................... 3fi Extra. No. 1. Feed............. .No. 1. Feed "6 No. 2. Feed 3G Barley: No. 3......................... jC Minneapolis Wheat: Open Closa December.............. :Ma.y................ 94 Chicago December May M 94 ii FUTURE SAILINGS Montrcal-Qucbeo-Llvcrpool IjaJte Oct 12 Empress of Britain Frl. Oct. IK Empress or Ireland Frl. NOT. 1 Lake Cliarnplaln ..Sal. Nov. 2 Manitoba ....Sat. Nov. B Empress of Britain Frl. Nov. 15 LaJte Michigan .Suu. Nov. 24 Last sailing from St. Lawrence Ports Excursion Rates NOV. 7th to DEC. 3Ut Christmas Ships St. John and Liverpool Empress of Ireland Frl. Nov. 28 Lalto Manitoba ...Sat. Due. 7 Empress of Britain Mri. Dec. 13 Berth Tieservatlons ntM Details from your local or write J. S. Carter, Goneral .Agent 210 Fortzgc Ave, Wlnnlpao, Man.