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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta T. Tu, .OCAL ANO FOHEMOiT EVENT! THE MyTHBRTDCE DAILY HERALD .Saturday, September 14, 1012 McCOY WANTS TO BE AN EVANGELIST PORTS-AT. RAYMOND FAIR Raymosd, Sept. Only two e rim at the fair yesterday, the card being left over for tho last two events were closely The reiulti were as fol- Halt-mile Fangs, Ellison, 1; lia Glen, Krnsey, 2. Seveta, 1; I. th> ftature afier- sports the baseball {ame -Iwtwetn Warner and Raymond. The null waa In Raymond'! favor. -was crippled by haying four 'of their regular but ttii put up lame. Berg did the twirling 'isr Warner aggregation, and 0'- on the mound for Ray- wnc. WM a fair exblbl- Bca of but waa minus Milonal atunta. The llae-ups were as Luker, Oorill, Bifford, McClaughlin, Seimaa and Steed. O'Brien. D. Skouson, Aiaoe, Johnfcn, >'eMs, Z. "Siowon, and Harris. GOING WILL WITH PIRATES krtie Hofman, Former Cub, Dlapliy- ing Old-Time Form i- Artlt- HofmM, who was aecured Chicago by the Pittsburg team ibt Ions ago In a trade, has got back "into the same aad has been dolni some work !or the Pirates. It .Ml feared at one time that Hofman's days as a ball player were over am that the Pirates were handed a gold .trick by President Murphy of the 'Cubs. 'Hofnan was unable to pla: ior some time, being in poor condl tlon phyiically. Lately, however, he hai able to don uniform and demonatratei to the critloi that he csa still handle himself well on the fleld. His batting has been parScu laxly hard and timely. H the Pirate: had had .Hofman's services earllei they might have proven a more for mldable contender ior the' Nationi League pennant against New Tor! Chicago. DON'T OBJECT TO THE PLAYERI ORCANUiNC nun anrf Csmiakejr Mar lay i President Ban .Johnson, at the American League, i and Cturiii A. Comiakey, owner ot tie, WllHe Sox last ttet they could lee no objectios 'to playora' frawrnlty, JiMt incorporated in New "I aoi im tte aM e-mta BO aaf nth In tile tt h tarm- ti to cetttr for aaid Mr. Mmaon. "It to OamMuy, "as If a lot ot food mifht done hnts.ihs tie oiran trith Wrestling at the Y.M.C.A. The ancient art of wrestling is going to be one of the features of y JI C A Vork here this Ml ana "inter. This Is among, the plans ot instructor Gilmore, who Drat on mnkins a huge success of gymwluu this leason. Laat seaaou the classes were not up to their proper mark; thi. season it will be a hobby of the 1 n tru tor to make them a, alluring possible to the patron, of the n-UUlto. He jood field to accomplish Ms desire in the sphere of the padded mat aad is out to promote the ifWlln. game to a height that will make it of the principle ex.rci.es to the "Gym." It Is -Mr. Gilmore's In- tantton to get together a large claw of yomig men and boys and about Christmas hold a tournament embracing all the rules and feat- ures of usual amateur wrestling tournament. There are eight mem-, ton enrolled m the at the present time ready to commence the work, and with a- little publicity .bout the purpose of the class, Its ,s in tow. Mr. Gitaore has his eye on a suitable man whom from its sister sj the that as a physical exercise there ,s much .strength, endurance and agility, com- no snort which calls lor si biaed with cool Judgment; and with men who love strength to that of others, no sport is so popular. to oppose their The prize fighter, who was arrest' ed for a big jewel robbery in Europe, but released. McCoy, whose real name is Norman Selby, announces that his 30 years of life have been mis-' spent and that he to become an evangelist. The Inset picture Mrs. Selby .Number 8. The fighter having been married eight times and divorced seven times. SilK His Voice 'BILLY PAPKE is AROUSED AGAIN The Illinois Thunderbolt Says That Eddie McGoorty Suits Him For Match It Is feared -that Umpire Silk O'Loughlln, of the American League, will no longer be able to indulge in the vocal gymnastics that made him famoui u an arbiter. has been advised bj phyiicians that it Is hurt- im( Win. Silk now renders hit de- cision in a very ordinary manner, ia afraid of leaius his voice. Bigger Lemon Than O'Toole a body at the bead of the men engaged In tie I don't think any unreasonable demands will be made; an4 I doa't believe play- in 'intead to wreck tho game which ]nat now Is at the Iwlght of Ita proa- veritr. With men it the head of the fraternity, wh> will con- fer league officials on important queatliMiB, it looks to me as If sides should profit." all RED DEER BEAT CALGARY Red Alta., Sept. Deerr with Manning la de- Calgary, with Standrldge an here tonight, a-score of 1! to 3. Chicago, Sept. somewhat nettled' over Eddie McGoor- ty's -pretensions to the middleweight, title, had a few things to say recently while in Chicago, both In reference to the Oshkosh' scrapper and his plans for the immediate future. "I've been visiting around and stay- ing home some and generally having a good time during the little vacation I promised he said, "but now that the is approaching for act- ive work I'm willing to talk fight. All I want to dodge is the thing of train- ing in the real 'hbt'weafSer. I know I've eot to begin .pretty soon, because I'm dated up'in NFX York; but I'm going'to put it off as long as I can. "I notice thati.feddle" McQoorty is the real class of. middleweight di- vision around here right now. Well, he'll suit me for a match near Chi- cago about as well If not better than anywhere, out I would suggest that we box along about the" latter part of September, and not'too early. About the 2Mh or 25th would do for me nicely, and I'll promise to teach Ed- die a few lessons in the big league stuff. 'Eddie is a Bne young man, but he is too ambitious ior the guns Ite car- ries. So I'll be pleased to teach him his place and to show, the public in- cidentally, that I'm the.real western bird to wear that crown. This same goes for Mr. Gibbons, Knockout Brown or any ot the other .middleweight! that don't agree with me. "Weight for McGoorty? Oh, 160 pounds any time would suit me for him." Few Ml players of great promise have failed BO utterly to fulfil that promise as "Lena" Blackburne, the shortstop recently passed along from Chicago to Milwaukee. Blackburne's sale three years ago enriched the Providence club to the extent of 510, 000. Singularly enough the recent deal returns Blackburne to the maua gerial wing of Hugh Duffy, for whom he formerly played at Providence. To Honor Native Son The city council of Havana, Cuba has voted Armando Marsans, who has made good ou the Cincinnati Nationa League nine, a 5200 gold medal in re cognition of his ability in playing the national sport of the United States It will he presented to jiarsans upon his return to: Ciiba at the end of th baseball season. THERE wat a fair singer named Gertie, Whose shoes looked invariably dirty; One night e'er her sola, She ihined them with Her mother said, "Certie, how piirtvl" MARKETS SHOE POLISH IT'S so ousy to shine with a daub, a rub uucl your sliooa are 'dean for a week. Polo is always fresh; the BIG box keeps it so. Ask-your groootor shoe-mail for polish in the BIG box- black or tail. The tfiii both cleans and polishes. 14 "Good for Leather- Stands the Weather" LETHBHIDGE MARKET! There aro no changes In the local imirkot prices today. Humors of iv decline hi tho price of meats have not yet taken definite form. No. 1 Northern.............' No. 2 Northern.......... U-'2 No. II Northern.......... O.G9 No. 4 Northern............ 0.58 Xo. C.JO No. 1 Alberta. Hod........ 0.70 NNo. 2 Alberta lied........ NN'o. 3 Alberta lied No. .4 Alhertn lied........ 0.68 No. 5., Alberta lied .........0.48 Bran, per ton.......-., 21.00 Shorts, per ton .23.00 Oats, per ton, sacked........ "MM Rolled Oats 27.00 Now Potatoes, per Ib............0.01 Beets, per Carrots, por Ib.............0.02 mips, por !b............... Ouions, per Hi. O.OS to 0.4% GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES oober mcitic his debut for Detroit and Vashington knocked him out' of tho ox. Goevington and Willed finished or tho visitors, failing to get a man u after tlio Bovenlli, when Iloehor taken out. Englo held Detroit to ireo hits in six innings, but was bal- ed out of the box. National Cubs Won In Ninth Boston, Sept. '.vovi out in the ninth, from Boston today, H to 2. Entering the ninth, Boston led. 2 to 0, although Chicago hail ten hits off Donny, to Boston's four otf Cheney. Cheney started the ninth with a homo __ into the centrcfleld bleachers. Donnelly then passed SlreckaiM and Miller and gave way to Dickson. A wild pitch 'by tho latter went Into the grandstand, Sheckaril scoring. Tinker was passed, and forced by Zimmerman, and Miller then scored tho winning run on Sayles' sacrifice. Giants Won Close Game New York, Sept. York made it three out of four from St. Louis hero today, taking the last game of the series, 3 to 2. Sallee took his second defeat of the. series when he weakened in the seventh.- New York came from beliind in this inn- ing and scored two runs on -three singles and a sacrifice. St. Louis mMle both its runs off Marquaril, who relieved. Both teams fielded well. WILL DONOVAN SUCCEED HUCHIE JENNINGS? The newly appointed manager of tae ProTldenos International league team U ibted to nccetd Hufhte Jen- nings ai manager of the Detroit Am- erican league team next seaaon. AcconUmi to common baseball gos- lif Baa Johnson has succeeded in forcing the owners of the Detroit club to agree to release Hughie Jennings nl manager of the Tigers at the close of the present season. Jennings' con- tract expires this year and it will not be, renewed. -Nor will any other Am- erican league club be permitted to engage him. JoSrison It In" for Jen ulngi for net taking an active part in the sivpreuiou of the Tigers' .revolt a while ago, and insists that he must ba drummed out of the American lea- gne. It Is thought1 possible here that Jennings has already reached an agreement with Jim GaJIney, now prin clpal stockholder In the .Boston Na- tional leaguo club, and that the. man who won three pennants for aea'son lead'the Braves. I and a good pinochle player. O'Toole Victim of Hard Luck The said to have been paid by the Pittsburgh for Marty O'Toole has come back through the box office, but the South Framingham boy has beon an erratic star, if any pitcher in the world ever experienced tougher luck than -Marty he is yet to be dis- covered. All-Round Star is Wood ..Joe Wood, the Boston Red Sox star twirler, besides ranking as one. of the best pitchers in the American League, is an excellent pool and Ml Hard player. He is also a crack rifle shot, a graceful dancer, a good swim mer. a fancy skater, a clever boxer SHIELD- COMPETITION DRAW September vs. Lloydmlnster, at Edmonton. vs. Calgary, at Lethbridge. September Ed- monton vs. Lloydminster vs. Red Deer, at Red Deer. October at Calgary. Reds Win Brooklyn, Sept. won irbm Brooklyn tcduy, 5 to on the visitors' last appearance of the sea son, by finding Curtis for five hits including a hoaie run in the sixth inn ing, when they scored four runs Brooklyn hit Suggs rather steadily but could not rally at the finish. Bat teries: and Starke and Miller. :Home Run Did It Philadelphia, SeptV. won its tenth straight game here .thi afternoon, when Carey sent a home run tirive into the left fleld bleach ers in the tenth inning, making the score 6 to 5. Philadelphia played t fine uphill game, and tied the score In the ninth inning. The hoir.a, team ised four pitchers, and had eighteen players in the game. In four game p.ere Pittshurg made 62 hits and onl ane error. Batteries: inson, O'Neill and Simon; Philadc Moore, Chalmers an' Seaton and Killlfer. American Leaders Win St. Louis, Sept. hit We man opportunely in the first inning got a lead that St. Louis could no overcome, and won the opening gam of the series, 6 to 2. Walih In Great Form Chicago, Sept. oulpltch- d Ford today, Chicago shutting out ,v York, 2 to 0, lu the opening ame of the series here. Walsh held he visitors to five scattered hits, nd struck out eleven men, which in- Imled all except Daniels, Lelivolt iind Sweeney. Weaver's fielding prcvent- d the visitors scoring In tho fourth, vhen they managed to set one man aa ar as third. International Toronto Won Exciting Game Toronto, Sept. won me of the most exciting games seen lere in years from Moutreal today vith a 7 to-0 score. Rudolph outlast- ed Frank Smith In the pitching. The Royals gradually overtook Tor- onto's throe-rim lead, and forget ahead' two runs in the seventh. The fs came 'back with two more in the eighth, on foiir hits and two errors Hartman's single, McTigue's tripl' and McCuimell's orror gave the visi tors the lead again in the ninth, bi Toronto won ill th-air half on a double by Meyer, liittlng for Holly. Lift to Toronto Rochester, Sept. cham pions presented the Maple Leafs with the 1912 pennant here this afternoon when they kicked away another paml to the Bisons, 6 to 3. Six errors anc demoralized fielding spoiled whateve: chance was possible for the wreck of last year's champs. Bwing pitch id only fair 'ball, but he had it set against amateurish ball playing on thi part of the visitors. Association Columbus 5, Indianapolis 3. Louisville H, Toledo 1. Louisville 3, Tcydo 2. Milwaukee 5, Kansas City 2. Norllnvestern Vancouver 6, Tacoma a. Victoria 4, Seattle 2. Spokane 3, Portland 2. Tesreau Second Walsh WEEKLY MARKET LETTER by Rioe Whaley, Limited, Winnipeg, Sepi. ior -he past and previous week were Cattle......................... 253-1 IMC Calves 212 201 logs 1-111) 105S Sheep '139 2-lill With light receipts on the opening days of this week the cattle trade was active and strong and prices a shade higher than last week were realized. Today the supply is very ibcral and the market is dull anil draggy and ull the advance that was noticed the first days .of the week, is lost. However, prices are holding up pretty well and values fully 'as strong as a week ago still prevail. The .tpp of our market this week was for a string of western steers, ..These were an. extra prime thft best seen here tins and feeders- continue., to numbers and there is no change from ast .week's quotation. We quote .as fed and watered: 'Best' 'mnkers and springers, to common to medium milkers and springers, S3S.OO to best butcher- steers and heifers, to S5.75 fair to good butcher steers and heiters, to common butcher steers and heifers, to S4.50 good to choice butcher cows, S-1.50 to ir.cdiiim cows and heifers, to common cows, best hulls, 3.2a to common to medium bulls, to host stockcrs and feeders, S-1.50 to stockcrs, S3.75 to The hog trade lias been strong this week on account of the'light receipts the bulk of the best hogs selling the first two days ol the week at ten cents. Yesterday and today they have 1 jumped to and unless they j come in niore liberal numbers wo don't expect to sec an decline. Rest lambs to and lest ntutton sheep to Best veals are a little stronger, some choice reaching the 8 cent mark. Common and heavy calves J4.50 to Lajole to the Fore Cleveland, Sept. de- feated Philadelphia today in a one- sided game, 10 to 3. Brown was hit hard, while Gregg held Philadelphia to one hit until the ninth. Lajole hat- ted two singles and two doubles in four times a-t bat. In Jeff Tesreau tae New York pit- cher. Coach Wllbert Robinson declar- es he has a second Ed Walsh. Tes- reau has everything that goes to make up a great twirler, confidence being one essential in which he has been lacking and this he is acquiring rapidly. Tigers Came Up from Rear Detroit. Sept. overcame a lead of seven runs today, and de- feated Washington in the tenth, 9 to S, after tielng the score in the ninth. Pirates After Famous Indian Thorpe, the great Carlisle Indian athlete, may ho induced to become a major league ball player next spring, j The Plttsburl; club has been him for one. Thorpe would undoubt- edly be a great, drawing card and, with his natural athletic ability, it would be strange if he could not be- come at least an averagu major leag- FACTORIES IN WESTERN CANADA CENSUS FIGURES SHOWING NUiyi- BER OF FACTORIES AND THE' OUTIM.IT Ottawa, Sept. there arc a large number of manufacturing es- tablishments in Western Canada, is made evident by figures given out at the census department today showing the number oi establishments in ex- istence, capital eircployer and the output as shown by the tigures col- lected in connection with the taking of the recent census. The figures ivailablc ior seven western industrial centres lire as follows Vancouver Establishments 130 You (SEE RIGHT I I HERE; IT capital SI employees i production 1 wages cap Hal i 0 employes wages 417 production! t1 JOl stahlishments Ib aoi (iil 891, emploxccs I13 wages production 7ol Oil. Edmonton 10 capital 120 erorlovees I wages prediction 1193 30-1. 29 capi tal enplovce S10 prolictlolt Mil i lur-enf. 17( cap itnl ill! i ilojccs II 70S W.V_TS 116 0 U product m 1' i'ortare I a r irjp-1 18 capital 1 n Old emolHies .311 1" >f production 2 ;