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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETnmUDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, September 11, 1013 liniyr TCIIWI A BOUNTIFUL SUPPLY OF MATERIAL FOR RAGES !L VICTORIA TO HAVE A PLANT Victoria. ot ihe fin- csi rat-ins: 'plluts In" Canada, cosiinp COD si durably. will tie in operation in Victoria neii year, ac- cording to George Fraser, of the Victoria Counlry Club Plans i are now securt-J tvr the laying {out of" The new irack. and me club colors have secured- a -1-year lease OIL one of the finest farms on the Is- Working Out in Splendid Shape (or Two Big Days at Exhibition Track Next Week With card for race ou the M eil iliieti there are 14 race? .--and willi jicdicatioyi that there will be a large uuiatier of additional horses, not now entered, coming from Medicine Hat. tte rice here Tuesday and )VedcP3day of nest ARMSTRONG BADLY BEATEN But the frt-t-for-aU promises to be a hummer. Three horses arc Heed ui press I attribute it to'Tim Masrath, 'who has perhaps Polker. In fact, I doubt .Tery muci If Pelkey ever saw It before It appeared In the Portland rioca anrt I flrent to Cahfomla efforts were made to Heal him treat lloi UAirratli vaa tbe man wlio cauec-d utosi irf Iroukle and I Bball bring oriroltil stainst bin. I comltrr aa ray tlw re- porU. "I tbat tbe Col- guy fljtt ms fniaM up. I do not i knocked Falkey otH tn tha round If I tiad trM lo, b jt OM at mlM of my club wan ttiat ilicrc were to be no' IrnocXoule. As for tbe pri- vate where the tight practiced up, thai is nothing but a lie. "I tliink Uie story was framed up and sent out with Intention of making me angry and to jet mo to tear up the contract thai I have tvilh I'elSey. It had Just ihe opposite effect. It nvjst -lie IheJ up to to. the letter. "The expenses of ihe trial In Calgary wore borne entirely by myself. I have a statement signed by Pelkey of every cent taken In on vaudeville tour and the contract was lived up to. Since coming baci to Calgary 1 have sect Pelkcy'a mother S200 and his Tvlfe as I Tvaa requested to. "I refute to belloro that Pelkey even eaw thai satanieat until It via published in the papers. I cannot understand It except that it fft another piece of spHc on Uie part of Tim Magralh and bis ENGLISH FOOTBALL j FIRST DIVISION Derbjr County 2, Jliddleborough 2. SKCON'U DIVISION' Hradiord Crimsby 0. SOL'TIIKRN" LEAGUE Southampton 0, Brighton 0. Souther.d 2, i'.tading-I. Watford 2, Norwich 0. "Burns made me sneak around by bach way to house every nljlit for a prior to tbe fight, and had everything down pat. He was to knock me down in the second and nfth rounds, and I was to put him on tbe ma'. In the fourth. "Wo cot away with it'all right, trot the crookedness of It has been hurt- ing me ever since. I don't rant any more of Flurns. I want to [ight on llic Eiuiro. I hare never done another crooked thins in my and I r.sver will again.'1 Pelkey z lew of right, am] that Darns got The French-Cana-ilan says his knockout of Ancly Morris, May I, in .8 rounds, nas on the square, as was ,'ils battle; vvith Mctlvty May 1'c'ney unlolded a tftf detAils cf his vaudeville lour, and said IJ-jr-js forced him Into giving Burns per cent, of all earnings, while he (Pel- keyj was in Mil at Calgary. "During our sparring in Portland, Ban Francisco and a'Idtd Pelkey, "Burns irrade rae fight under wraps all (he time, and ho slammed away at my broken nose." I'elkey said Ihe talk aboul a bout with .Jack John son Jn Paris was framed by Hums O'Jt of whole cloth. He isys Ilurna faked the dcatalrh. s i 2 9 4 and Egan; Barger and Hig Onslow; 4 U McLeod an SUMMARY OF CONDITIONS OF INTERNATIONAL YACHT RACE YEAR THIS MONTH Terms for Hie yacM races next as' a result ot Sir Thomas Upton's challenge for America's Cup, have been agreed upon, as folloAi; First race, Thursday, Sep- tember 10; second, Saturday; third Tuesday, September 15; others, if necessary, on each following Thurs- day, Saturday and Tuesday. Beat first gaining three victories to be declared the winner. Starting Chan- nel lightship. miles long, Time 6 Race to be run over If winner does not com- plete course In time. First race to windward, if pos- sible. Second race on equilateral triangle, and others alternating ac between first and second couras. Time of ?.m, Upton IV. American re- served to name one week before first race. Challenger, must be a 75-footer. Defender pny lengtr. ATHLETIC TEAMS COMING I.curton. Sum. Britain, ranee, Germany, Russia, Finland, 'enir.ark, Sweden and Austria hare eflnltely promised James K. Sullivan, ecretary of the Athletic nion, that they will send teams to an Francisco ic 1U15. at the open- ng of'the Panama-Pacific ,_.-. THE FAVOR OF THE FAIR generally goes to the best dress- eU ninii. For clothes ladt- ,oalo sood taste and good jndg- moDt too. 1! you want a suit that win put you la (he emart aet, that ts-lll provt thai you kuow style, try one of We Ruarantee you'll be delight- cA with the clothing and amaz- ed at the price. Serhi-Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Stock Fifth HIGH FJ NANCE FOOTBALL Chicago Yeirly Sport Budget Shows from Gridiron Athletic officials of-the UnAvcreliy of Chicago are looking forward to a financial boom la ilaroon spona as well as to a revival b( football gloty. An. attempt TV 111 be made fietson to gatlier in more dollars tliaox grid- iron followers have seen fit to purl wish in-Oie past The students have a chance lo make .Coach Ue- pa.rtmeut a moneymaker. The receipts aci ejpMidHures ot He Maroon department of phyilcal culture, as .contained In'the last re- DorL President Jiidaoh; to- -The receipts ;lii fooibull amounted to" with-expendi- tures and traci brought In' and coat iiaJsebaH receipts were the .expenditures Basket- Caught Flu Saskatoon won the of :ht Western, Canada league for the irst half'of-the season's games. Mooac Jaw captured the honors In the last half. The two chan.picns just com- steted a post-seacon to Ish the real championship, but it ended in a squabbTe. Yesterday the eague held a meeting at Edmonton, and to give the league as graceful an exit as. possible from Ihs season's stcrmy aclivltlei, both Mcost Jaw and Saskatoon will be awarded a pennant npiece. Verily, it is some league! the .twentieth, and tore Tntp" Petroa- key-with tuch-vlgo'r that he had hli the tobcggan. bell Kent secured the chumpfon- ship In English cricket by belting Northamptonshire by six Buffalo...... .........-0 4 4 RocheBler 4 t2 Main and Gowdy; Keefe'acd Jack-. itch, Cy. a-famous [Deal'baseball-in the dayt of the pro- fessional game here; is now with the New York or YankeeSj as they are generally called now. The elongated boy made hit debut In fait company on Saturday last, pitching innings against the i .Washington club, finishing the game after'two old- er heads had been.knocked bOt of the box. Cy two and one run. in the short he wat on slab. He made good aY.a'flelder with wo assists.and no errori to ft. He did not appear at the bat, Sam Lang-ford made thort work of Lester Johnson, of "South Africa, at Mew York en Tuesday night.v Their boxing bout was all over in thirty sec- ondi, Johnson wat. frTghtened., and Langford walked In and peppered hit. oppcfnent left, irvd A. cnamp was Langford re'telyed htvHi'ff-' minute's work, _ Assorintfon Columbus.......; --..2 -8 -3 Kansas City........- 1 5 0 Kerry and Smith; (no batteries giv- cn for khnaoj Louisville 6 10 9 Milwaukee.............. 2 7 2 Toner Scvcrold; Dougherty antl llugheg. ToMo-Minneapolls: Ralo. Calgary, Sept, Burns la 1 today exhibiting a wire from Arthur Pelkey, in which the latter denies ev- er having Issued any of the statements credited to him by Coast aport writ- ers, In which alleged to charged E-jrns with forced him to fix the fight with Burns In Cal- gary, also with having extracted an un- fair contract from while the atler charged with .manslaughter here In July. Pelkey has also wired CaPgary Herald, denying that he haa broken with In vftw of Victoria yester- day, in which he corroborated the Pcrtfand dispatch, telling of his break with the champion, the situation I> perplexing, and the Idejt Ji -general here that an effort It made to smooth things over. Indianapolis SI. Paul...... Kchardt and and James. -1 12 0 B 3 2 (Jar doer Vancouver 0. Portland C; Spokane Seattle ri; Victoria 8, Tacoma, Z, BASEBALL IftBLES Naiionnl Bob McAllister and 3alfor Pelrotkey rent twenty rounds to--a draw at Sari 'rancisco on Tuesday night: U was he best figVjt at the coast since hcll and Thcrras focQht their m irablc battle. Petroskey iCorftd a knackdown'ln the cighteenlh and repeated :lt twice in .the nlns- tcnth, but McAllister came back En Three Canadian.track want jy the board at the Canadian Nation- a[ Exhibition athletic mctting at ronto. The United States cracks out- shone th'e best that Canada.couki duce fn most of the re; cord's broken were in the 100 ytrds dash, by Don F, LippincoU, Philadel- phia; the 440 race by "fed Mere- dftb, Philadelphia, and the mile handicap by Han lies Kohlsmairv en, the little Finnish runner, Kohle- malnen only finished fifth, but he started, from" scratch, whlla Harry TreGsEder, who won In. had a hnndicap of 50 secc-r.ds. Koblemaln- en's time was 14.41.'' LippincoU did the 100 yards In 93-5 seconds. In the quarter-mile event Meredith sert a new Canadian record by doing It In 47 1-5. CATARRH; Of THE BLADDER w YorJi Philadelphia hicago ittahurg Brooktj n lioslon Cir.cinnAtl St. txjuis .......-.88 W. I.. I'.C. 77 19 17 58 71 C2 Tu 73 no 72 57 -17 .672 .CU .557 .513 .138 .116 .333 Philadelphia Cleveland Washington lioston Chicago Detroit HI. l.ouis York SO 7C W. P.C !7 .CM 53 70 ft? .57! .515 .380 .35) "Repeater" HSMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS When it comes to getting a high grade shell at a reasonable price, the Winchester "Repeater" has the call among sportsmen who have fried all makes. Although moderate-priced, the "Re-, pcater" is loaded with the best quality of powder and shot. The list of loads.furnished in this shell cover most shooters' requirements, and all of them give a full measure of shoot- ing satisfaction. Ask for Winchester Factory Loaded and look for the big VW on the box. They are HIGH QUALITY BUT MODERATE IN PRICE ;