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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRinGE DAILY HEBALD Tuesday, October 28, i i I 1 Bout Went Eleven Rounds and Somebody Cut off the Lights 1 Great Kails. Oct. 37. After rame a fight has ever beta put up tj a lipMt in this city, Joe IKanni Saturday night lost to Jack Rogers nf Salt Lake by the decision of the urupirr. alter having gone tiuuasi giuellicg rounds ol. Ihei: li-rour.d match. Only tte cutting ofi oi the" lights in the opera house pre- vented tte Cght from 'going the full 12 rounds or to a finish. ITvanni was heavilr hindicapped, his tppccenl being o! larger build, heav- irr and apparently much stronger. itst stepped upon the scales, ctual weight was not iike.n, WANDERERS WANT SKSNE RONAN. Montreal. Oct. 27. The an- nual trouble between the owners of clubs in the National Hockey Union and tbelr players has begun here by Art. Host and hjarry Hy- land refuting to sign Both mere money than the Wanderers are willing lo give- Sam Ltchtenhelm, of the Wan- derer club, wants to get Rcnan, ol Ottawa, and hat wrltttn the Ot- tawa management a lump rim, and Walter Miller, the Mirl- time Province pUyer for him. hul his ac McFARLANE The Argonaut lire plunger who Is making a big splurge In rugby foot ball. it being announced that he- was un- djr 158 pounds. As a matter ol fact Vranui bad weighed only 1S1 pounds yesterday tutfhocn arid-might have in- creased his weight during tte day to 150 ol 15S pounds. Rogers on the plter baad, lipped the bfam at 167 pounds and he appeared in the very test physical condition. .The first round saw inuch clrcc'jing and iill'e damage was done. The cir.d round belonged 'to Rogers. He knocked Uvanni down with a blow- to the lead just as the gong sound- rd! Uvanni was up in ah instant and unhurt. Rogers went to Uvanni in the third round and had' his man going. In the fourth Uvanni nicked up some lost ground. The fifth was fairly ev- en, hut in the sii'.h' Rogers caught livanni in tbt ropes and put him down and just about out, but he managed to gamely stick ihrough till the bell rang. .Tte seventh ana eighth were in Rogers' favor, b'Jt the nevt two saw the- Italian recovering and in tte tenth the most vicious fight ing took piece and Uvanni had some- thing on Rogers in this round. The eleventh was slightly in favor oi Holers. The twelfth round was just o the house was thrown into com- plete dalkcess, and tte boat endej there, the releree giving the light to Kogers. on nialicioLs mischief, son; oae cut the. electric wires 'carrying the current to the- Grsr.d opera house 'As a result of the action, the police are making a vigorous investigation ol the case and the Montana Power company has ofiered a reward of J5( for information leading to the arres and Conviction ol the person or per sons who had a tand in the destruc of Us property. Auguil Btlmonl's Famous Racer Not Fit for Galloping Any More London, Oct famous rac- ing, colt Tracery, belonging lo August lietmoiCof New York, has run hli last race, according to announcement made today. The coll, tor which- J200.000 WES refused by his owner on September 30 last. Is to re- tire to the stud. He wa restricted to watting eserclst! ttir- morning, when hi. was scratched from his aeit week's engagement. Tracery Is regarded by. Tacinf men as pee of the best colls ever brtd. le'-ii'a four-yearMilrl son of Rock- iand the Enellsh stallion, by-. Top- arv, and was" first brought out for! went through the seafor, withoul he" EngliEh Derby in 191S, when he' .n' third. U. S. CITIES HAVE Eight Places Represented in inter-state Three-Cushion. Combination 1EGINA TIGERS MADE A CLEAN SI The Resina Tigers outplayed the Detroil, OcL Detroit will be ono o( eight cities, to hare represents lion In the newly organized fnterstite three-cushloa billiard which will start its schedule of jamej on November 17, and some flue billiard play Is promised the enlhuaslastsit the game on the when tha saverj foreijn'caests come to lip-City o! to play Its .Martin Haley. Last year Dttrolt was ripresentw in the trl-iUte' tourney, with finishing second to and. successful was that organization tta a Urgw one 'waa perfected Ham. Sweeney ol the Pullman academies 'a mover. Eight of the best if J33.590, at Doccaster, he wa the .ictor at S to 1, and he won the Sus- ses 3tai.es at Goodwood in the same ;ar. While TTaesjr was running for the Ascot Gold Cup, in June this year, he Majestic, ani the prlB< _.._ ___ ihree-CJUOian players Iri as many states were lined up for the new league by leadlni Satfcatoou rugby tearu on Saturday at room owners of the cities included in Saskatoon. 10 to 3. The Re'glna squad: the SL Louis Cleveland, Detroit, Indiana i and Pittsburgh an n-cnam- lhe organizition wns completed." Miley lo Reprtient Detroit. Martin Malar will represent Detroit G. R. Jlorin, Chicago; P. H. Benson St. Louis; E. M. Helm, Cleveland; Cu Jen, Buffalo; -Coolar, Indianapolis defeat, and. tbo. Saskatchewan In the St. l.eger StaSis, pforiEbip Is theirs. ST. JOHN'S SET-BACK Winnipig. Oct. St John's and. McCour: passed up a chance to tike the Manl- Pittsburgh.. Of these cuests but three KONETCHY TO REPLACE MERKLE. Ntw Yorfcj: Oct. win- ter of bawball goMlp Ic in full 'awing with a rtport publUHtd Edward Ktnttchty, tht tint cf the St. Louli CarJtrvili, bitn sold or tridtd to the N.w York Vfhllt Thlrd-btMrnan Mowny will b'o turned over, by St. Louis to the Button Nationals. report, un- confirmed, brought sptculstton aft to-wfiat McGraw ol the Gijnlji would do with Mcrkle his..present first Lf wcrf and it was Mid JHerkle would probably figure In'.the McGraw was absent today on the first leg of t'nt Giants Whiu Sex world tour, and could not bje qysstlbntd as to the report. CIANTS AMD LEAFS TO THAIK TOGETHER. ENGLISH RACE OF POUND! LATEST 'RETTING ON CAM- BRIDOESKIRE Will Pay Sam" Savage ahr] Col- leagues for the Franchise Calgary, 27. The llronchos will be sold within the nest Tew ilays. Sam Savage ar.d 0. O. Deven- isri have received fowcr ot at'orr.ty frotii all the stockholders with power to sell, and Secretary Dahners yes- notified A. H. Ileckelt, 3 loc- al newspaper man, 'who recently ol- leted'.five thousand for the club, that he wants, a conference asrangcd for XOTT" Yprlr, OcL the of the Yankees'who Jliured their training In Bermuda lait spring ifith the Jersey City Skeeteft, John J. McGraw' has' found company for the- GlanG .when they go to Martin, neit Vprlng. Joe KeUy. manager of the Toronto Leafs; of the International a close" friend of the manager'of the accented an invitation to .UIu '.the Maple" Leafs to Marlln Swings next March. The plan un- doubediy will prove beneficial to both tumi.' It will cut down the training eipeniis somewhat, and besides will give- McOraw an opportunity .to look over the promising players of the Tor- onto team', of whom he probanly will choice. was thrown by the madman toba. rugby championship when Uieyjffere ir. tho trl-state leisue of 1512- ifho spranr on the course, and tried :o Etop him when he was running.at full gallop. OYLMPIC -ANNOUNCEMENT Berlin, Oct. 27. The principal tract and Held events of the Olympic to he held here in 1916, are to e decided between July l.arid 10, ac- cordins to an announcement made to- diy by the German Olympic commit; 'The football and hockey champion ships are to be contested on May 2E aid JiiSe 5. respectively, and the row- Tfae dates for the have not been fis- com mitt eo h95.-nrvt decldsd to'what eitent supplementary sports are to figure in the programme of the Olympic games. Ing on August. 1. llinr, golf, etc. were defeated hy the Tigers by the Maley and score of 13 to 2; this'afternoon, in one] William .Dejroit h; of the fastest TUgby here in years. ames witnessed teen chosen president of. the, new The result, of today's all of the Detroit games w 1 fame makes It possible for. a three- 'bo played at the. Puljman. ...academy, cornered tie should Uia Rowing plub 'Grarii Riyer .'ayenua...' Helm, defeat the Tigtrs nost' bat of CleVsland. will leCfetary.iind win for the. 'latter will mean the treasurer of the organization. Each room keeper 'will pay. into the league treasury together with ndded by, the Brunswlcii- Co., .will jnaite.ug'.the prize money, whlcru.wltr.be get flral It la eipected alio that McGraw.wlll send hia surplus material 'to Toronto. it' was under Joe Kelly that .Jeff Tesreau got bis Bnil bTushing up for the 'big league, and It also was .the fas imanaier of the Maple Leafs wko sent !eV ou !eV j "Buniir" Hearne, the promising young will 1 Glaiits lart sunimef. Deckett is said London, Oct. tbe N'tvm ket Huughtcn nuellug today the terlon stakes lor two year-oWs. pounds, six turlongs, was won L. Neumann's St. Cyr, an odds favorite at 5 to 1. Kennedy Jon Stariujrrow, 10 to 8. was stco: and Hall Walker's White I'ropl. 100 to 8, tlilrd. BK'ITINO OX CAilBRlDGESHIl Thfre was .some brisk letting the cmirsf over tV.o Cambridgrsh: the great handirap run tomorr over a mile and a lurlong. Wl is 110 pronounced Inorilt, Bomber ol horses hjvo been sutst. tlally backed, the shortest price lag lint ot 9 to 1. Olh qunted are 10 to 1 0; lo 100 to 100 to S Fa Maiden rCrlegh, Wise Mac Bugler, all 100 to 7, and Loreoin Dluestone, 100 lo 5. WHY CONNIE MACK SUCCEE Never uses on or off Held. A tola! abstainer from and tobacco. Holds dally conferences with ers. and points out mistakes made previous day's game. Has not worn a baseball uniform many yeftra. His voice is never he j Xercr leaves the bench durin? game. Is n firm believer In dcveloii young players hy keeping them on tench to wnlch the older men. Has no hard and-fflEt nilo govern :o be acting for-a local syndicate and in protest on the field. I the deal goes througli stock in ilie new baseball company will he placed on the Calgary nmktl almost imme- diately. The patsing of Mr. Savage out of Western Canada league baseball will old players at Iho hat. Gives them very'likely prove a'good thins ior the league. Mr. Ravage Has, in the opinion ol many, held very impractic- able ideas wars respecting base- bail in Westers Canada. He has held much power and influence, in the lea- gue, which perrnifted too many of his ideas and wavs being carried into effect to the detriment of the league. Vhat Is needed in Western Canada league baseball is new and competent life; Let's hope She new blood in Calgary is competent In keeping will conditions, etc.' latitude of using their own dlscr.' Has been connected with la-.' for. 30 years and celtbrafed his 5 birthday anniversary last winter. lias won live American league ch and two world's Champ ships In 13 years. Was In basc'jall for be! with a winner. Nover p ed on a championship team'. Is tb? most popular manager In country with newspaper men. He t or misrepresents anythipg to ther the oldest major league niana and only one to pilot same team ttnuonsly since A.mtTlcan league pandcd. Was one of the shrewdest cf-'-' II. Stevens, M. P., has wired Ol- in the major league during his r ins days, and never played'any 01 -The at Vic- toria, B." C.', have detained 46 Hin3us. championship for .them. WINS FIRST Toronto, OcL of To; IJOO to tie winner, to the runner- iculo, won Its first game of the season Up, and to the third man. from Queen's, .on The score .was 18 lo 3. Xelther team play- Ivach player, is to play, one game other player in the league ed brilliant football, and the game was (n his home town, and ttie schedule of halt'd all the way thro ush while play- jimes will start on 17, era had minor lo. The play ivas cpen, with nrrV. and then some exciting runs, but neither team was very successful in holding ground gained. Chicago, Oct. 37.-With the MONTREAL FAILS AGAIN Montreal, Oct again the M.A.A.A. senior rugbyites tailed lo break Into' Ihe column on Satur- ,ay, "ai-, when they suffered their fourth collie occupies the commanding po-: defeat this season at the bands of the the TcTonto Argonauts hy the score of 16 west; to 1- The score, however, is.not re- Cullen and, JtcCiurt' meet In Pittsburgh. Detroit'-gels its. flrsl match on November when Maley and Cullen mix at the Pullman. Tho schedule Includes 49 games and ends on February 23. ANOTHER ATTEMPT ol and Wisconsin assured the Michigan Agjies oj hich final a de- the honors. Unless a total reversal of form oc- curs 'the Michigan farmers probably u-ill finish the season without feat, r-s. their lemainiiig gan-.es against weak opponents. Chicago placed itself firmly in the coaiercnce championship running bj defeating Purdue. The Chicaso fcaci- field showed il-sell more shilty than Purdue's backs. Chicago's superb lliceitiA and covering ot kicks gained the victory. 1'urdue showed inability j lo to cover kicks. The Pur- If you are a tall man you can Semi-ready Type C. Because the Suits ate designed and due er.ris failed.to prevent the run- ning carl of punts, and also-'were frequently circled from scrimmage The Chicago linemen were outplayed, in many instaMM, but the Marocn iends were protected so effectively as to force the Purdue al- To win the- Polo Cup Will Be' Made By England.- silioS in" the west. Many 'of championship battles in the _ still arc to be fought, but tec presentative of. the play, .Ihe locals -------J more than holding their own at ous stages. Missing 'chances to score by losing the ball at critical times, by being offside, or through failure of the wings to follow up 'Berwick's or Wil- liams' long punts were factors. Tbe match was 'not a brilliant one. There was an of sensational plays, and the condition, of the gridiron made it necessary to stick to straight foot- ball. Semi-ready J f Wj- at times. patterns made to fit every jhysique type we We fit the hard to fit. Can we prove it to you? More striking patterns this to show than ever. Illinois r.cjd It? right to be classed in select company, by defeating In- Of course hive hosts of quieter p e r n fl some umwuolry. attractive grey 116 to The Semi-Ready Store 1 C, Mir, iana. In the ilissouri valley, Kansas .gain demonstrated a magnificent dft- cnsc, holding the Kansas Aggies coreltss. Nebraska met a Tartar in the the HasVtll Indians, ind their mint victory only alter lardesl kind ot fighting. ktpt In the running hy de- The wore Michigan waa able to run up against Vanrtctblit shorn that Yost s still rire lormirtabls. Iowa scorns dealitied to hoM the tiig nine score record for the year, the victory our the ivcak Northwestern team. There 'icrc lew upsets In Saturday's games, and lew sensational features developed. Min- as expected, had little diffi- culty to srooth.erinj: North Dakota. TIGERS HAD CINCH Hamilton.' Oct. 2S.-.Twenly- three to Ihree was the tune to which the Hamilton Tigers defeat'-d the com- bination from Ottawa In the inter-pro- vincla! fixture here on Saturday. The Tigers showed a much superior style of play, and especially eclipsed their opponents In every deparlrhent. The Hamilton hacks had It on the llecker- Gerrard-Johnslon formation, out-rjn- nins, outcatchlng and outpullng them.' Cerrar.-l wan tlic clilef slTength cf tho Ottawa hack dlvlaion. while Becker was rather a dipappolntinent- In the first tiuarter Becker was out of the game, with two broken ribs, and was replaced Boucher! In the last quarter Younr, Stucrl, Crapion, Glass- ford and WCTO all put off for fighting. In the firm half the Tlg'ri scored 17 lo Ollana's nothing. In the second l a rouge and a safety touch slltuied Ottewu'a toial store, whib o Tigers brought their scora up to Nev Yorif, Oct. interoation. ala polo match for next season IB as-' sured, accor-Jlng to the-'adyices re-! celved from Lond4Ki. H' waa stated that the Huriingtarji club, the ruling body In England, had accepted the proposition of Lord Legsr :o send a team after the nip 'which tho Du'Ke of Westminster .Jailed to lift fafit June. A formal challenge IB now In pre- parallon, and it IB understood that Lord St. 1.5-ger has gone iso far as to select a tentative team, will captain himself..: The team contains only one man who come here In June, but he has tbc Moat tain n. 0. Hilton, the pthert.have heen chosen for. the excellent work last season, and the newest star Is said lo be W.. Barrett, an Irishman, who previously visited fb.h country. Barrett's ganie has Im- proved immensely and he yrin be No. 1 of the team. For N'O. 2 W. 3. fluck master, for years considered the moslj briilant player In England, been chosen, while Hllson will ulay No. 3, and Lord St. Leger will be the back. There is hops in. Enlland that the comblnjllon strong enough to lift the cup. Lord at I.ejer's team won the Ensljsh champ- ionship last season. I.ltut. MacDonald of the Montreal flre department fell from toe thrrd door down an elevator shaft at a warehouse'blaze and .has a broken HAS DROPPED CHAAOE AGAINST TOMMY IUHNI Oalgary, OcL Proiecutor Short t-si'annourwd tbfl Crown droppjd the of tcr Tommy formor heavyweight champion, lii with ths death of Luther McCarty In the prize ring lew Majf. The Ontario Brotherhood of Car- in Besstpn at St. Catharines, decld'd to petlllpn Hon. frank" Coch- rane to increase, tho.wages lers on the WeUiod CacjU. tawa urging a. strict enforcement of The Circle 'that soothes men's nerves EVER ttop to thinh how much the. world of men depends upon that little ttrip of land in soothe its troubled nerves and lo bring Ihe benediction of Milady Nicotine upon il Nowhere else do sun and soil andair comh'ine, to produce such wonderfultpb: aromatic; pungent without bcine rink; delicatein flavor wiihoulbcme The choicest leaves of that famous island are broujht to Canada and rolled into GleapHavanas Websler'3 definition of a good smoke' aristocrats are made of Cuban leaf, raised in the Vuclta Abajo dis- I trict, the district reunited as producing the choicest tobacco in the world. I ho crop is selected and purchased on the plantations by th ported in. is rolled into dgars in a moucrn Canadian factory, Say "Wtbitfr1! Clear to your dealer--iatlonK. Tfctn remember you cannot forget Ihc rirt-diipelfir.g Irjgnnre of the imole. All Eood hire them in ririoutihapct ir.d liui. Popular tbipe altwo-lor-a-qiiarler. Shcrbrooke, Canada W. R. Webster ;