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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTUBKIDGE PATLY IIEBAL1) Wednesday, September 11, ALL THt LOCAL AMD WOHLM FCIPIWOST PLAYED IN THEIR OLD TIME FORM UST NIGHT Defeated the Overseas in Semi-Final of the Wrigh Charity S. O. E. in Final Thanksgiving Day Callits. D goals: Overseas, 1 goal How the mighty have fallen. The Mmt-nna.1 of the Wright Charity between the above teams at tha ball park last evening proved to interesting in many respects. The bailies' won the toss and the Seas kicked off donhill half an hour late. It was only afte'r a few minutes play jraen Glea of tie Callles, after some clever play, took advantage of an opening end shot the flrst goal of the amtch past Sumner to the great de- 1 light of the Calltes' supporteis. The Csllles continued to press but they a stuDbora opposition. Brown of Sesa initiated a little piece of tlar on bis account and raced for the Gallie goal, but he lost con- trol, of the sphere, which sailed past tie danger point, Both teams sow playing excellent football and no 'one was surprised when Brcnnan of the who -was playlnn In rnylsndeat fashion, put ball past the goalkeeper, thus tieing the scare. This served to stimulate, the players, -who went at it in soc- eetian, style. Half time arrived with .score tie, and the teams cross- ed over without resting. The Callles at once to assail their opponents' citadel, but the Over- seas" by perfect defence tactics held them, in check. Sumner fc Co. were oa the Job with effective work rei peatedly, which alone prevented the Callles notching more As it Glenn again shone in the lime- light and beat the Seas custodian with a shot went into tbe net ou of the goalkeeper's reach, thus pla log ahead.- The Seas goa was in grave danger a few iniuute later hut the timely assistance o Horne prevented its downfall. Th Callles at this time were having nmjor portion. of the pUy and th Seas had a busy time of It, -but the proved themiselves gallant losers. Th Callies spoiled many really fine chan ces by dallying too long oil the ba with fancy' footbaJl. This style o play may be prettr to look at, but lets knocked into a. cocked ha against the more effective style of th Overseas, who Invariably lose no tim to using the ball and sending it wncr It should go. Towards the close o tjme both teams had a hard time Bee- ing the hair owing, to darkness, an on the call of time everybody appear ed happy to quit The following were UK teams: Callies: McMillan; Bannerman am Easton; Smith, "Whlto and Clark Knlcfat, Lining, Glenn, Tenant ant Mcllvena. Overseas: Sniuner; Hdrne and Chls iiolm; Cauldwell, Mullen and-James Brown. Thomson, BrenuiiB, G. Wood Joyce. Referee J. Gurr made an esceilen omcial. Final Now It is altogether likely that the fin: between the Callles and 6ons of Eng and1 will be played on Thanksgiving Day, which ought to prove an excel lent holiday attraction. EASTERN RUGBY GOSSIP WILL VARSITY AGAIN CAPTURE RUGBY HONORS? In Eait Collegians Seim to Be One Best far the Grey Cup and the Dominion Championship. Rugby is siirring, and already tie Montreal clubs are getting down to hard work, says'an eastern exchange. Not only that, but MeGill is consider- ing1 the question of Importing an Am- erican coach to bring about a change in tfceir standing in the Inter-colleg- iate. has ordered ail its rugby players to report three weeks In. advance of the regular studanta, at Ottawa "College they have ntw stars to add to their crack fourieeivof a year ago. In the Inter-proTincial, Hamilton Is already claiming the championship, while have appointed a. committee to locate a -team that will retain the honors -at Uw Big Four. Tile'proposed amalgamation of the Ontario and interprovincUI Unions iHd not off, for the principal rtaacn that the latter body would not gain anything by the deal, and did not wish to split up their present' Eddie Morgan, hantam champion o[ compact union. Varsity, thrice "win-' Wai ners of the Grey cup, will hare all Ua mainstays to uniform onee more, and even at this early date the and White, invincible. To those who witnesied the Dominion final year ago, Varsity has material en- oofh to maintain prestige in rugby for years. Varsity is, of course, the "one best oet for tHe Grey cup arid the Domin- ion championship, but surprises may occur. In Hamilton they're .calling the Tigers to .devour Argooauts aiid Ottawa, but along by way of Mont- real they see visions of the Dominion final between JIcGIll and -Montreal on the -II. A. A, A. Murray Kennedy, former captain and centre half of the Ottawa footr ball ctuD, is living at Elk Loire, where he Ic engineering a tig concern. It IB said that Hal Kennedy may be with. Ottawa. Two Ntw British Boxert Come Across Two more ring celebrities hare ar- rived in this country from the British Isles. They are Jack Harrison, mid- dleweight champion of England and holder of the Lord Lonsdale belt, and We're ready for every demand for fall suits. Here are the 'Suits'that well dressed men are wearing Here' the new .iall Suits .that you will-be proud to ;wear .on all occasions. Made by the founder in Canada of highest grade hand tailored specialize on artistic tailoring. Let us show you these Suits. McKELVIE McGUIRE, DIAMOND CITY CHESS PLAYIRS SEEK MATCH Dlamoiul Olty a ette o( ctwss players who nnxfous to try conclusions with a team at outgido polut. The Diamond City (luartette., mako uo spccltil claim for theii' ability, tut believe that, they can igire a good account of tbemwlyei. They .will- lus to play over the telephone or otherwise. Address Geo. Porter, Diamond City, or tele- phone 325. Cross Used Kidney Blow and Lost Fight New York, Sept. Gross and Fred Duffy, of Buffalo, were scheduled to fight ten rounds at the St. Nicholas tonight, bul In the fourth round Referee Tone dis qualified Cross for Cross in one of the previous 'rounds hit his man low, and then used the kidney punch, which is 'barred, -by the state law. After being cautioned .Cross apologised, but in the fourth round he repeated the %kidney blow twice, anding hard on Duffy's kidneys, and he was disqualified. FIGURES OF THE BIG LEAGUES The.Leading Batters Zimmerman of Chicago leads the 'ational 1-easue batters at present with .3S3 to his ibredit; Sweeney of Cobb and Zimmerman Lead and John- son Rival Marquard. Falling Down while third ioston is second., with. J Chief Meyers of New York with .345. In the American, Cobb is still bat- ing, over four having .413 Sis credit; Speaker of Boston is ot far behind with- .399, and Jackson t Cleveland is the nest best with 377 for an average. Team Batting The Giants and the Cubs are tie or the team batting, honors In the. rational, according to the latest fe- res, with an average of .280. The Athletics have one point on Boston in the American league in earn batting; their average is .282. trange to note that the Athletics ave the highest fielding average In le league too.. The figures credit he Athletics with .960 and Boston '57. The New York Giants are shown be the poorest' fielding team in he National league. Tliey foot the jercentage column with .350. Pitts- urg leads with .970 and Chicago is econd with .961... The Pitchers The work of the great Red Sox itcher, Joe Wood, and his illustrious ival, Walter Johnson, of the -Senators s the most interesting feature in the American league race, now that the Boston club has practically cinched pennant. Wood lost his last ame over two months ago and since hen has won 14 straight. He shows bsolutely no sign of the great train he has -been under and seems get tetter every game. His total umber of wins is 28. Walter Johnson has won the same umber as Wood, and his record of onsecutive wins was two more ban he lost to the rowns. Johnson, however, has lost ine games and Wood but four, the ifference, no doubt, in tbe strength f tbe clubs. Rube Marquard eader of the National league. Roth randall, his team mate, and Richie f Chicago having passed him during he last two weeks. GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National New York Beat St. Louis New York.V'Seiii. York touted St. Louie here today by score of 4'tp The champions Ininc yd hits on Sallee. Shvrquaril was al hit hard but wiis effective In the pi chea. Hit Heavily Philadelphia, hammered lite deliveries of thn pitchers used by 'Philadelphia, 01: easily won 'today's game H to Every member of. the visiting tea: made from one to three hits. Wu ner.majde three singles and, receive 2 liases on balls.' Wilson hit for singles uud a homer, ami Adams a cured Binglea c Punk Game Brooklyn, .Sept. go enouiih ruins' lu >tho first two iuuii off Allen, today, to make the game; interesting. Both team batted.1 freely and. fielded loosi y. In addition to their iiumeroii hits the visitors stole seven bases After fthe fjrit junfus Fromme lighten ed and danijer never tkreateuei Bescher led with the stick. Out uon ocisely played gaine from Boston to- day 6 of the pitcher who started was effective and th uppert behlnii pickson was poor 'hree of fhe runs madi ossible by the-errors Two recruits Williams.' of Chicago, and Maraaville f Boston made fair showings. American Wood Wins His 15th Chicago, Sept. won Is 15th straight victory today when loston defeated Chicago in tbe open ng game aeries o to 4 Wooi toward the end of the game hd with his team still in the lead e retired in favor of Hall, who heii he game for the visitors. Gardiner started the inning .with ingle and took second on a wild pitch ngle walked and Wagner.bunted- to eider, who made a bad throw, to rst, Gardner scoring, Engle moving o third- and ' to second. ong, fly scored: Engle and "Wdoda oiible scored -Wagner. Bunched'-. hits etted another nm in the: fifth and rood brought, in the .winning run n the seventh when he ope-iied with single, on a sacrifice and n aliu "scored on d A ouble and a single1 forced Wood to etire and Hall came to the rescued Detroit Tries out Youngsters Detroit, a ght made his debut for De roit. His own -wildness and, poor upport gave Philadelphia five runs in even, innings. Detroit knocked rabb out of the box and also Brown, ho followed him.- Jennings used nly three regulars trying out his oungsters: Senators Easy Win Cleveland, Sept. to- ay defeated Cleveland in a one-sided ame, 11 to 2, knocking .Blanding a-ad teen out of box. Cleveland then ried out recruits at third, centre, the box and behind the bat International Rochester Seat Buffalo Buffalo, Sept. last ome game was taken by Rochester, to 1. Johnson walloped the 'ball ov r the left field... fence In the second or a homer. Newark Won Newark, Sept. end- d the season in Newark today with nother defeat.. The game was a slug- ng match throughout. Ne'wark won, 0 to 8. is no longer the O COMMEMORATE SULLIVAN'S SOUTS The sporting fraternity of.MIsssis- ppl is raising a fund for the crec- on of a monument beneath the Ty-'in aks, on the beach near Mississippi ity, where John L. Sullivan and addy Ryan had their famous fistic ncounter In 18S2. The promoters in- end to have chiselled on the monu- ,ent the principsl details of the bout 'Ught under London prlne ring rutes ith bare fiats. Sullivan fought two of his greatest ng hattlCH in the second he won from Kilrain, at ichburg, under a broiling July sun. No Other Games No other games were scheduled in the International league yesterday. The Standings National New York.......... 92 39 Chicago......... 82 4S PittsTmrg 78 53 Cincinnati ,.t........ 66 67 Philadelphia 03 6G St 55. 77 Brooklyn............ 48 82 Boston............. 39 91 American Boston............. 93 38 Washington......... SO 53 Philadelphia 78 53 Chicago...... Detroit............. -61-72 Cleveland .......___ 58 73 New York.......... 47 84 .702 .631 .595 .496 .489 .416 .3G9 .300 .710 .602 .595 .192 .459 .443 .359 St. Louts 44- 'S6-.338 Nltlonal International Toronto............ 83 59 .584 82 62 .569 72 157 .CIS 70 -.503 Rochester....... Newark Baltimore........... 71 Montreal .68 Buffclo 66 Jersey City......... Providence.......... 58 .475 .471 .4GB' .411 The public's choice for 40 fears, and still without a rival. 8614 by all first- class dealers, cafes and clubs. JUD FOLEY WAS BEATEN BY ROGERS Jud Foley was the worst of the boxing "jout at 'Warner last night. The referee slopped the fight in the sev- enth, round and awarded the decision to Rogers It appears that. Foley- was, .-completely outclassed. This 'the Herald 'learned by phone message from this morning TRACERY WON SI LEGER AT 8Toi Last of Classic Events o English Turf for the Season Poncaster, Sept.. St. Log er stakes of pounds (or three year-old colts to.: carry nine stono ain fillies three pounds less, one mile, si: furlongs anil 138 yards, the last, c the.classic races, and the oldest rac- ing feature lii England, having bcei rim continuously .'slued 1778, was woi todaj by August IJolmont's colt Tracery, who started at S to 1 Sol Joel's Maiden Erlegh, 100 to was second, .and J. L. Dugdale's Hec- tor, 100 to 1, third Also rans included the Mr Hultpa's Lomond, who. started at I to -1, and monopolized the market the Derb) winner, Tajplic, the thousand guineas'winner, Sweeper II and the following Pmteau, Char- raian, Cjlha, White Star, Absolute CatmtiitV and Florentine king a total field of fourteen Rugby Practice 'Held Last Night was There an encouraging turnout i rugby players at the barracks last ight. In the neighborhood' of twen- '-five exponents of the game engagr d in a solid hour's practice'ber veen 6.30 and For'-the first itecn or twenty minutes the placers bed up in a big. circle and punted ic prolate spheroid around. After lis, sides ivere chosen and the indulged in for the balance -of ic evening. There are a number yet ho have many of. the fine points of IR game to learn, -but not a few are xhibitiug-exceptional ability. A few ore practices similar to that of last ght and Lethbridge will be able to oast of a gridiron brigade of some ass. 1 he next practice is next Fridav 'ening at the same time. All local igby players are invited to attend. WANT SEVEN-A-SIDE HOCKEY LINE-UP RESTORED LYNN AND MONDOT ARE PLANNING WORLD TOUR Los Angeles, Flynn id Joe Manaot today are discussing world tour under the management; Harry Coleman, who cares for andot's business affairs. Jim and e conqueror of Joe Rivers are warm lends, and if present plans mater- llzc they will.go abroad this winter, ynn wasts a holiday bout here or San Francisco with Tommy Burns. TURNS DOWN OFFER" Griffith Says He Wouldn't Sell. Johnson For Twice as Much r> Clark Griffith has refused an offer for Walter Johnson. He d so with a smile, too, for tbe offer as made by James R. McAleer, pa- tient of the Boston Red Sox, ami lied for immediate delivery. McAleer 'was In this city last Sat- day, _ and with Ban' Johnson and ark Griffith and a number'of other lends, was dining at a club in the 'ening. The talk was baseball, of mrse, and .McAleer tecamo greatly terested in discussing the Nationals1 eat pitcher. Finally he looked at riffitli and said: "I'll give you 0 for Johnson, and you. turn him er to me tomorrow. Here's ght hCTe to bind the -agreement." 'Are you kidding was the re- y of the Nationals' manager. "No, I'm not replied Mc- eer, earnestly. "Here's the thous- d on the and he pulled t a .roll of bills and began counting the required amount to bind tbe reement. 'Nothing smiled Griff. "You uldn't buy him for "I'm serious In this continued Me- eer. "I stand willing to pay 0 for Johnson, for lie. would win the ming .world's series for my club, crnating with Joe Wood." Griffith refused to consider the offer ,ml the matter was dropped. Ottawa, Sept. the state- ment of a member ot the Ottawa Hockey Club executive as authentic, the local club "will switch over to the new league if the N, H. A. does not restore the sevenriuan game._ In their demand for the restoration of the old style gama, the. Ottawae have .the of the two Toiouto clubs, who are both strongly opposed to the six-man rule, and, counting upon their support, the local club will make an effort to.have the return to seven-man hockey this whiter. If they do not, the pttawas will cast in their lot with ,the teams now attempt- ing to form another b'ody Should this come about tbe N. H. A. will practically receive its death blow, fbr, .without .the two Toronto clubs and league would Have the best'of the argument with the N HT A. It now look- as if the Canadiens and Wanderers, who favor the new rules, will have to make big' concessions this season in order to keep the old 'league going, it i-s freely predicted, that the N fl A v.ill transfei McCaffertj's franchise to Sol Solman and restore the seven- man game aad the old penalty rules, and thus swing the dissenting clubs back into the fold CUT A SPLASH, MADE A DASH YOUNG 'AUTO DEALER AT WIN- NIPEG-IS-.FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE Winnipeg, Man., .Sept. rants have been issued -for the ar- ,rest of R. G. Larimer, a younR au- tomobile dealer from Philadelphia, Pa., who cut a great splash in busi- ness and social circles during the past year, but "who a lew days ago, leaving a big accumulation of debts. He is supposed to have gone to Minneapolis and thonce possibly to Xew York. Though he sold nearly a quarter million dollars' worth oi his automo- biles, he is aaid to be many thousand dollars short. MARKETS LGTHBRIDGE The local market lodaj1 is quiet, there being no changes in the quota- tions, No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern............. 0.72 No. II Northern........ 0.09 No. 4 Northern 0.68 No. 5'... 0.49 No. Albarta Red 0.70 NNo. 2 Alberta NNo. 3 Alberto 0.60 No. 4 Alberta! tt58 No. 5. Albortu Red .........Uf49 Brail, per (on........ 211.00 Shorts, per 2SloO Oats, per ton, tacked 26LOO Rolled 21J. Ofl VcgeUblet: New Potatoes, per lb. -..........A. 01 Beets, per lb........... ..'0.02 Carrots, per Ib........ Xurnlps, per Ib. Onions, 0.03 to Butter and Wiry Creamery Eggs, fresh Cattle on Hoof: Steers, per .pound Cows, per pound. ,..f............... vs, dressed, per.pound Steeri, dressed, pet 'pound ,0.20 0.30 .05 .12 HOSTILE TO NEW.RATES Toronto; to the extent of opposition to the rail- ways proposed freight reclassifhcration the Canadian Manufacturers' tloa has asked. Chairman Draytori, of the Dominion Railway Commission to extend the time for lodging protests with .the hoards.' if the request Is granted the Commission will not go into the. question until October. CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by Quct ROCK CITY TOBACCO CD. Sheep: periswt. i.N Dressed, eW. U.M Host: Dressed, per lb..........'. .i. '0.11 Live, per lb. ..'................J.. 0.08 Hldci: Green, per to'O.OVi Uured 0.09 to 0.08% O.lOitb 0.15 Bbeep pelt, each 0.21 to 0.7} 'oultry: -i I Geese, Hit 'urkeji ,ive spring chickens, per lb 4... 0.18 0.16 Ducks ..i... WINNIPEG GRAIN PFUCES Winnipeg, Man., Sept. ,11 j vas a fairly active market'today at prices a little better than those of although .the opening veaker. American iivarkets: generally, the same line- oE ajction the vcather map indicated coitditipns as generally favorabld throughout the vest. There is a good 'cash demand or all grades bolnw No. 2 Northern and a good expert is develop- ng. Milling interests the-, resent not a-. factor on the.- market. teceipts are insignificant, consisting f 11 cars inspected atid 90 in 5ct....... :....r.s .88-5- 8831 )ec............. lay........................... Sflj SOJ Oats- let............................ 36 )cc....... 32 j .325 let............. 1.52 .Cash Prices fo. 1 ,'97 ;o. 2 Nor. !13 :o. 3 91 4 Nor................... .81 >Jo. 5 Nor................... 73 6 Nor......j............ P ecd Oals- o. 2 C. W.................... ix. No. 1 Feed........... o. 1 Feed.................. o. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4. Feed Flax- No. 'IMan.................... Rejected Condemned 57 42 41-j: 37 S3 .47 13 s 1.53 1.20 Minneapolis Wheat- Sept. May Sept............. May 88} 93 Cljftago ''90J- S3? m 93V 91 95 GLASGOW CATTLE. .MARKET Glasgow, Sept. 11. Watson BatchollcT, Ltd., report. Scottish cattle vary scarce; average number of Irish- offered, unc! the demand firm. Dest Scotch ateers, to .18'4 ..-cents; secondary, 16% to 17; best Irish, to '15; secondary, 13% to 14; bulls. to 13. LIVERPOOL WHEAT-MARKET Liverpool, Sept. wheat, spot, steady; No. 2. Man. SB, 5 l-2d.; No. 3. Man. 8s, 3 l-2d.' Futures steady.. October 7s 7 7-8d; December 7e McOILL GRADUATE A JUDGE IN CHINA Montreal, Sept. Hing, the Chinese boy who took high honors nt JIcGIll, has met with higher honors still in 'his own land. Despatches from f'eklu give the. In- teresting news law graduate has been appointed Chief Justice of the Kwangtung .Supreme ;