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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta x THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, September 12, PELKEY CflNFK RE Ii On His Way to Calgary to Meet Tommy 'Face to Face Victoria, B.C., Stpt. hji not tnilc-i me fair I im throujh with him. his icjjing 'all my earning! ta date and owei me HSW right now, which I Intend taking it'eps to re- cover. I am also to break that five-year contract which I sign ed with him at Calgary, and wath my hands of Burns." This wjj the itlllmint of Ar- thur Pelkey >t to Mi relations with Sums. Pelkey eonflnr.i the Portland dlcpatch concerning the faked Burns-Pelkey bout and the dispatchts from Paris thai Pelkey would fight Johnson. have become convinced that Burns U not a proper manager, and will so to Caloary at the end of this vitek for a final settlement of our affairs. Through greed for mcnsy Burns has practically left. 'me penniless, but I am wllllnj to go'broke in >n square .tr.ytelf with the public. All I want is the money that Burns ewes 'and then I will go ahead my- Mlf. I will flahl Gunboat Smith even Johnson If the-.public de- mands the bout, but never again will 1 have anything la do with Burns." WELLS London. Sept. dier Wells, heavyiveigb'. charu- r'on of England, last night re- trieved previous defeat at rhe iisnds of Jim Moir. tbe cx- or kr.ocxiug him out in the fifth round. The fight tcok lilHCe iu tbe Canlerb'jrr Musk' hall Ktv York 4 10 1 Plttsburg 1 62 Pefcaree and Meyers Adams, I.nv Hendrix, Simon Kelly'. Brooklyn Chicago Rfuibach and KIcher Archrr. 6 10 1 ...5 61 IMercc and Boston 11 19 4 Cincinnati 12 16 1 Hess, -N'oyes, Whaling and Tragres- 1'ackard, Suggs, Ames and Kling. UNITED STATES FOOTBALL ASSO- CIATION ADMITTED TO IN- TERNATIONAL MEMBER. SHIP Philadelphia St. Louis 10 BftLL PLAK Won't War on Magnates and Federal League Will Not be Fraternity. The picture of the African thoroughbred racing italllon, "Moscow" own- ed and trained by Tom Pulterlll, Beaucheff Abbey, Orange Free State.. Toronto, Onl, Sent. no- tice tas reacted Ton-Robertson, sec- retary of thu Dominion of Canada Football Association, from Secretary lirschman, ot the International Foot- ball Federiilon, that the United States of America Football Assoeia- loa has been to member, blp. This Till allow of Canadian and Un- ited Stales teams meeting under the Mime rules acd completes the ,lon scope of control round theh entire globe. AflAINST MIXING COLORS .Yorfc, SepL. will be ri) brat between Gunboat.Smith ind Sam: a3. at ton Square on' September 19, i 01 at any other time 'is long as 'he Tori SUt'e." Athletic commission now eiiets. At a spec- ial meeting o? the coniinisalonersjiere today, Jim' Bueieley. and Joa "Woofl- respectively. of Smith Lapgford, requested that Vis adopted., last' year prohibiting .ioiils-between'w! HP aid ntp-o pusll- Isti be rescinded. "After i few min- utes commissioners refnjed to change the'rale. WELSH HAS RIGHT TO COMPETE FOR TITLE WINNIPEG PITCHER GOES'-TO MILWAUKEE illTauke'e, Wis., StpL L'Homiaedeia, a right-hander. i made a gteat wllh the Wlrmlpe j City club, repot lei to-Mana- ger ycsterdEy, for a trial -with Brewers. won straisht gimes for lie Winnipeg cluli. D. L. A. FINAL STANDING Irish Teoamaelu Toroatoj W. 12 .11 U e p. us no 135 101 THIS BULLDOG .BLUE BLOOD Sentenced to Poumf.i Must Ride 'Aptrt' Frptn Common Curs Chicago, Sept. owned by Walter Lev- erenz, pitcher for tie 31.. Louis' American league club; was sent-" enced to the city dog pound today, Wause it nad_bitten a child, Mas Leverenz, (aUTer of the baseball player, pleaded with Municipal Scully to prevent the ani- mal being sent the cltj's dog -rason. "I cannot, bear to see thia blue- blooded dog ride wason with a lot of common said Lever- ftni. Alter a delay of ar. hoar, a friend was found who tooX the animal to the dog podnd In his automablle. Station and Kelllgrr. lloppft and I Wingo. i American St. Lo'Jis 030 Kciv ypik 4 81 JHtchell and Alexander McHale and He Will Camp on Ritchie's Trail and Force Him to Fight One Place'or Hard Alter World's Talks at Seattle Sept. With Wlllfe Hllcble hotfooting it for eisco witiout siying any reasons for his sudden departure from Vancouver trorythiog irns quiet'.aroiiDil the fight headquarters yeste'rdaj-. The cham- pion parsed through: Seattle yesterday but- failed to give any reasons for out ot -the -match with "Welsh. The latUr is in the city. He dropprf iis irainiiis-yester'aay. and will probably go" south Immediately and camp on Ritchie's: trail: If California, prompters wpl give him a match the American he" Is-readjrUo.taeet JUtchiB on, Amencan soil and "Hill late: a chant" on peicsntaso-' "I want a chance .at the .lillo and I'm entitled tQ llf' declared the Britisher, today. 1. I... Late yesterday Welsli received a wire from oBeriig Jilm n matcV there neit month -n-llh either Leach Cross-pr Tommy Murphy. lie will accept if there is no chance for a match wltlr Ritchie in CallfornlJ; Ritchie Mikts Statement Sept- Wllile nitchie, lightweight- arrivcl from Vancouver 'resterday and -left -for San Fran Cisco.; HltcS U said, that wealthv man who had promised to grantee the, purse rffnsefl to accept and Ritchie and his manager .decided to brealt camp Detroit 15 20 3 Boston 6 1 5, 1 Dauss, Gibson and McKee Bedi- Aodersonr Cady and Tho- ma's. Chicago 1 63 Philadelphia i S3 Scott and .Schalk Siawkev, lion- der and Schang. Cleveland 3 Washington 7 42 Sieen, Cultop, Blandiog, GTeill Engel, Gallia and i-t -52500- forfeit to' guarantee on fblnk in faS wired the bant to stop payment on the checH, so I don't, think ..they, will gel any- thing on ALBERTA GAME LAWS FOR 1913-14 Benjamin Liwtpn, ciitl name of the province of Alberta. with in .the parliamtnt build in js at EdraoQtac, has just is- eued the laws, tor 1913-lt, o! which the following Is an abstract Spooling on SuBdsy is strictly pro- tfraher 20. They may be shot though from September 1 to December 31. The sale ol ducks aad swans is pro- hibited lor the same period as the foregoing birds, hut the time for shooting is longer is that, may on August 33. duck, s--in, stir.', piovcr, etc., is to be placed in cold storage UCCM .March 1 ami September .one year is allowed to be killed. ..The only game and animals entirely projected are Hungarian partridge, beaver, biilalp, elk, anil wap. Aiste- .Inpe to the extent ol two males on- ly, may be sbot during the month ol 'October, wlilt the shooting uf piai- rie chicVeu, partridge, etc., at tte rate- of tea a day, or one hundred in tbe season, is only allowed duiicg pi .department. A license is the tame.month. Tbe sale ol this required for ths traff.cmg J is prohibited. NO WONDER Victim of Harry Pollock's Slick Champion's Inter- ests Defeated at Every Turn by Welsh's Manager. International Buffalo............... 1 9 Toronto'....... -1 9.1 .JameJJon .and Stephens Lush ar.d Graham. Providence 4 Baltimore 2 Bailey.. and SOU slow CotJ roll 5 1 Association Toledo............ 253 Minneapolis 10 13 4 George and Pessler; Piece and Ow ens: Herewith is a line of dope on the proceedings at Van- couver received by mall by the Herald alter the explosion at lie coast, but writlen out there previouily. RStchlo evi- dently was being "worked" like an easy mark, but refused to be nade a "goat" any longer when he took French leave of Vancouver. made" by Welsh, Pollick insisted upon he battle J33r pounds, and orced Kltchia, champion, .0 ask tor a poundage, came here witS Eddie d, ,aud it'is necessary to obtain the consent ol tbe owner or occu- pant pi enclosed land before any hunting is docc, :t is pro- r.o person is ailow- hlbited. No animal under'the ol ed to eiport game without a permit from the Minister ol Agriculture. The.' game act protects the ol any game and many other birds, it is prohibited to willully 'disturb or. destroy them. In tlie hunting ol big game, dogs are not to oe used. Big garae cannot be hur.teJ withaut Vancouver, B. C., Sept. the old saying that a match -well mado is half won comes fp the' fore In. the negotiations between Freddie Welsh, British lightweight champion, and V'llte Rllchle, world's title holder, for their twenty round wprH's cham- pionship bntile. in this cify on tho afternoon of Sept 20, J913. In this 'lha generalship of Harry Pollick, Welsh's manager, stands out strongly .throughout the entire history pi the match, pollock appears to have 'carried also at every :-oinL despite 'the fact that he -was landilng a challenger Instead ol champion. Pollict put Welsh at a Jow weight, and tJtien allowed him to bnild up to Second game- Toledo Minneapolis Dashner Devoght; I-ake Sinitb. Indianapolis 2 St. Paul 1 10 3 irauey in. mind as the third man in ,he ring. Pollick absolutely refused I wotis and "Casey; Riegft to accept Graney, but did not mafce ils decision known until Ritchie was n Vancouver and the men were pre- pared to draw up articles." forced tte Ritchie interests to name Jim Griffin Billy Bishop of .two men, either of whom Pollick stood ready to accepL Finally them moving picture righti. Pollick bad his mind all mada up ieV- eral weV.s ago regarding Uie' eiplo'.t- atlon of the pictures, in which Welsh has 30 per cent. lto-.jeveK'he stallea along, keeping Ritchie on-the anxious seat for the last week only signing the picture contracts and posting his final forfeit of S3.750 last night. Daring the entire week Rlt'chta.bu been l ..._.... license, and-game beads may not bought or sold without biuSu Jso ;Deerp moose, boe. male only, ar.d only, must only be baited Irom .Xpreinbtr 1 to Deain- her 14, inclueive. Another short wa-