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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page TTTF. LiyrniWf TttiK IMTLY Wednesday. September 18, IftlS ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST FVENT8 TORONTO HAS PENNANT SAFE Can Afford to Lost Bal- ance of the Season's Games Toronto, Sept. defeating Buffalo Uere today, while Rochester lost to Montreal, tho Mapte Leafs took a cinch on the International pennant that cannot be broken even should John Ganzol's men win every game from now on and Toronto lose every game. It is doubtful if all Toronto fans pre- ferred the Hustlers' defeat yesterday. There are many ivho wanted to see the pennant decided on Toronto grounds the last half of the week, iyhen the Leafs and the Hustlers look liorns in .the wind-up. series of the season. Although a neck and neck race in the stretch would have out the interest to the highest possi- ble nit ch. there is general rejoicing over the Loafs' victory at this date. The crowds will net he as big at the closing series as would be the case it ice teaais had to enter the stretch neck and neck, but there will no doubt lie bumper attendances at "all the matches. Toronto fans are confident of the Lsifs taMng the lion's' share of the series. Royals Queered Hustlers Jtontreai; Sept. last" chance to overtake Toronto was lest when Montreal defeated Ganzels team, and_made it two cut of ihree in the final series. Rochester cun'i even no "now if they win all of the four games of tie closing series at Toron; to. Today Rochester made two runs off- Burfc in the first inning without the-'aid of a hit, hut failed to score. Shut Out Newark. Sept. Interna- ticnal seascn in Newark closed tcday with a defeat of the locals, the Balti- mores shutting them out, 4 to 0. Providence Won Providence, Sept. and timely hitting by Providence won to- day's srame from Jersey City, by the score ii .to -3. DURNAN LEAVES FOR OLD COUNTRY Toronto. Sept, Durnaa, the Toronto sculler, who will row Barry for the world's championship on the Thames during the second week oi October, left by the C. P: R. last night for Quebec, where he will emhark tonight on the White Star Bteamer.- Laurentic. Durnan is ac- companied by Lou Scholes, the win- ner of the Diamond Sculls at Henley. Durnan will be in Liverpool in a and will proceed to his training quarters without delay. He ia taking along a couple of pairs of oars, but lie will row in a boat to be built by the well known English boat JOHNSON'S MANLY ACT GeU Police to Stop Motion Pic- tures of Wlfc'j Funeral Sept. John- son, negro heavyweight pugilist, obtained an Injunction In tho Su- perior Court today restraining the management ot a negro theatre from exhibiting motion pictures of the funeral procession of the champion's wife, who commuted suicide last week. "The exhibition, which is unau- thorized by me, is an injustice to me, and may cause the impres- sion that I am profiting financial- ly from the suld John- son. Chief of Police McWeeny issued an order placing a ban on the ex- hibition of the pictures. MAGRATH PITCHER DELIVERED GOODS Cardston Nine Defeated 9 to 5 at Garden City Magrath, Sept. principal sporting event of the day at the fair was, ol course, the baseball be- tween MagTath ami Cardston. The game was interesting, and at times 'exciting. The score was 5-9 in favor df the Garden Citj-, and it.is useless to say that the outcome was popular. Phlppen a wincing game Cor Magrath, while Thompson graced the mound for the visitors, twirling a steady, cool game. A. Mercer nmdo the big play of'the day, lining out a home run in the sixth. two teams meet again at Cardston nest Friday. In the athletic events, the Skousoii hoys, of Raymond, took almost all of the purses. Beastley, Magrath. took second in pole vault. His team mate, A, J. Mercer, was unable to en- ter, on account of a-lame leg receiv- ed in the ball game. KING RACES HIS PIGEONS George V. Competitor in French' Con- test for ?5000 Prlzs SOME GOOD FOOTBALL IN SIGHT Probable Line-Up of the Local Team in Bennet Shield Games Football fans in the city have Uielr minds on the game in Calgary theso days, where the Hillhurst and Cale- donian teams are running flunk to flank for the championship of Cal- gary. Those two teams, probably the best In the whole Dominion, came through the league with even points, and have tried three times, .before crowds of over to break the tie. In the last two games uo goals have been scored, half-an-hour overtime be- ing played m the game last Saturday. Winners Play Lethbrldge Hsre The reason that so much interest is being taken in these games, is In the fact that the winners are schedul- ed to play Lethbrldge here.on Satur- day nest in the Bennett Shield com- petition, representing: the champion- ship of Alberta, and the Overseas are naturally anxious to know which team they will have to meet. The City League has in their charge, and are in communica- tion with Taylor, secretary of the Shield competition, endeavoring to have the Calgary game decided before that date. But Calgary is looking for another big gate, and will probably try to have, their fixture with Letli- bridge postponed. While the team to represent the city ia not definitely settled, it is un- derstock that the line-up will be as follows: Simmer; Patterson and Home; Cauldwcli. Whybe and Wllletts; Bren- nan, Thompson, Parker, Tennaut and l London, Sept. an example! of King George's active interest in the "sport" of pigeon flying, concern- lug which a descriptive dispatch has been cabled comes the announcement that His Majes-ry has entered twelve pigeons for the first Grant National pigeon race from Rennes, France. There is a record entry. 5000 birds conjpeting for prize money amounting to the largest sum ever flown for in a pigeon race. The distance from Rennes to London is over 250 miles. The race Is held under the auspices of ihe National Pigeon Flying club of which the King ia president, and this is the first of a series of races to bo promoted this year. WE'LL show you some of the most popular styles in New Fall Suits ever seen in Canada. They are true Fit-Reform creations originated by Canada's greatest exponents of artistic tailoring. Come and see them.. CANADIAN HORSE WINS Sacramento, Sept. tho second day's racing at the State 'fair, Manitoba, a chest- nut Bolrting, recently purchlis- A. C. McKcn- zlo, a Cunadlan horseman; won tho pace In straight iieats. Manitoba paced the fastest throe heats of tlie sen- son, and equalled tho track re- cord of in tho first. Man- itoba defeated a field of eleven pacers, SHE'S A PEACH v ''IT'S ALL OVER" IN AMERICAN Resl Fight is Between Sena- tors and Athletics for Sec- ond Place v It's all over, so far as the American league pennant .race is concerned. Boston has the pennant cinched and interest now centres in the struggle for second place, which the Nationals are holding but which is contested by the Athletics, world's champions. Boston's lead is so great now that there is no chance-for that team be- ing overtaken. It will probably the honor by a much larger margin than it now holds. Boston has 'won because it has the better team. It has speed and hitting power and, incidentally, a well-bal anced, hard-working pitching staff. I was this which the Athletics lacked and to which their failure to repeat their performance of .the past two years must he attributed. Mack has the stronger hitting team, perhaps, but when the pitching is weak, as it has been this year, even a clouting team cannot land on top. Griffith's team stands a splendid chance to finish second. If the team will continue to hustle it. should beat out the Athletics. Had Griffith been blessed with more batting strength he would have been nearer to Boston now, if, in fact, he was not leading the procession. There might be'a differ- ent story to tell of this race it Grif- fith had started the season with Gan- dil on first. The Nationals showed little or nothing before he joined them From that day out the winning be- gan. This season was siy weeks old when he came into the fold. Those six weeks the worst the Na- tionals experienced, so that it is easily figured that many more games would hava been won had he a mem- ber of the team right at the outset of iho campaign. SHIRLEY KELLOGG A singer at. Garden in IJJew York. A committee of "experts" decided th'at she had the most perfect- ly modelled legs in the world. It is not stated how niany competitors she had in the race for supremacy BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY Qualityand purity combine to make Black aud White Scotch the standard of excellence. D. .0. ROBLIN, Ann "l JACK JOHNSON DENIES THAT HE BEAT HIS WlfE fells Jury at Inquest that He Never Had Any Family Quarrels GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National Chicago beat New York New York, Sept. won the deciding game of their series here today, when they hit Marquard hard in the second inning. The score was 6 to 8. Crandall, who relieved 'Mar- quard was invincible, and held Chi- cago to three hits. Cheney was ef- fective ill every inning hut the fifth, when New York, bunched three hits with a miss by Sheckard, and scored three runs. Evers was put out of the game by Umpire Owens in the Blxth inning for disputing when he wan called out trying to stretch a single into a double. Boston Took Three Boston, Sept. made It three out of four from St. Louis, -win- ning 5 to 4. Perdue pitched a good game. Boston hit all three St. Louis pitchers, scoring on each. Evans hit safely each of the three times at bat. Phillies Win a Game Philadelphia, Sept. phia's losing streak was broken today when Cincinnati was defeated by 7 to 1. The visitors were unable to solve Seaton's delivery, it being his fifth victory over Cincinnati this sea- sen. Plratis Lost Brooklyn, Sept. hit the bairhard today and .defeated Pitts- burg, 7 to The locals made a-hit more In every inning. except the eightii, which was pitched by Smith The visitors used four pitchers. Home runs by Daubert and Wheat in the fifth inning were the features. Wheat, Fischer and Wagner did great Held- ing. Charles Stengel, a Brooklyn pur i chase from the Southern league, made four singles, walked and stole a base. It was his first appearance. Chorus Girls Can't Marry THEATRICAL MANAGERS PROHIBITIVE CLAUSE AGREEMENTS PLACE IN McKELVIE McGUIREf Northwestern Seatlle S, Portland 1. Spokane 4, Tacoma 3. Vancouver 2, Victoria 0. Puzzled "1 am said the campaign committee's "to accept con- tributions from any man who ia con- nected with a large and profitable corporate enterprise." "That is as1 It should replied the idealist. "Yea. But don't see how we can get anywhere ir we must depend for funds on people who .haven't any money.-" London, Sept. peerage and stage department of the matrimonial market has received a severe set- back by the edict just issued by Geo. Edwards, who controls most of Eng- land's chorus girls, that they must not marry. This order is the result of the inroads made by Hymen into the ranks of the chorus girls at Ed- wardes, three musical comedy houses the Gaiety, Daly's and the Adelphl theatres. In future, all contracts 'between the manager and the singers will contain a clause providing that no girl shal released from engagements during rehearsal or the run of the piece on the score of matrimony. Edwards' chief lieutenant, Arthur Marlone, says that the marriage of chorus girls is becoming a serious question for musical comedy promot- ers. .No less than IS girls left the Adelphi during the run of "The Quak- er Girl" to marry. "It is not easy to fill the says Marlone, "and the time and money spent in rehear- sing and training girls is wasted-when they suddenly decide to marry sonic titled admirer." Hence the new clause in all agreements, penalizing matrimony. American Boston Stopped by Naps Cleveland, Sept. took two games from Boston today, there by preventing the leaders from clinch ing the pennant. Both games were close, Cleveland winning each tim< in their final turn at bat. The firs' game, a pitchers' battle between-Col lins and Gregg, went eleven innings finally being lost by Boston on sue cessive hits by Turner, Jackson am Lajoie. Carisch featured this game by making three singles, a double and a triple in five times at bat. In the second game, after Bostoi had taken the lead in the fourth inn ing, Cleveland won the-, game 01 pass to Turner, outs by Jackson Lajoie, and hits by Hendrix and Gran 63'. The game was called afteir the fifth on account of darkness. Thi scores were 4 to 3 and 3 to 2. Games Postponed All other games in the America: League were prevented on account o rain. Bad is the direct and inevitable result of irregular or constipated bowels and "clogged-up kidneys and skin. The undigested food and other waste mat- ter which is allowed to accumulate poisons the blood and the whole system. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilli act directly on the bowels, regulating the kidneys, giving them sase and strength to properly filter the on the skin, opening up pores. For pure blood and good health take Dr. Morse's Indian Root The Standings National New York Chicago Pittsburg Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis Brooklyn ____ S4 ___ 88 ____ 70 6t) 57 50 Boston............. 44 American w. Boston............. 97 Philadelphia........ 32 Washington......... 82 Chicago 67 Detroit............. 64 Clovelaad........... 64 New York.......... 48 St. Louis............ 46 International W. .....89 S4 76 I.. PC BO Soine charge's have been preferred taliiHt Jack Johnson in connection vltli the death of Ills wife which, if rue, will not help to promote the black champion's' popularity with the wuHe race, and his popularity with Caucasians has never at any time iceii extraordinary. It is said that ack was brutal to his white wife, nit Johnson emphatically denies this .negation.. The negro champion pugilist of the vo-rld wept, says the Chicago Tri luiie, as he denied he over. had. brutal to his white wife, Etta .film- son, who killed herself by shooting ast tnlght. Johuaon wiis jstifylng at a coroner's inquest. Tho champion it through with the fight same for all and goad, he said at tho inquest. He said' he nevci will fight again. "My wife was prostrated by over- over me when i was n the mood Umt she was in when she killed said the 'black jrize fighter. "If it had.not been for Stta I would have killed myself by leaping from a window of a hotel In 3ortlaud, Me., a year-ago. "My wife stayed up nights nursing me. As ft result she became.a nerv- ous wreck. There is no telling' whal shall do now. I may kill myself There never was a better wife. I lever expect to marry a woman like Etta. "All talk or family trouble IB A few days ago I bought her a dia- mond ring and a sealskin coat. I maj appear dry eyed now, but this morn- ing I could not eat -for weeping fm my old pal, 13tta." Says She Was Despondent Johnson's sisters, Mrs. G. Rhodes, Fannie Johnson and Mrs. Mable Bold en, 424S'Maplewood avenue, testilici :hey knew Mrs.. Johiison 'was des pondent. "Toots" Marshall, manager of Jack Johnson's south side resort, with V.'llllani Ostrou, also the lie gro's wife was peculiarly despondent Mrs. Tiny Johnson, the pugilist's mother, did not attend the inquest. Friends say the dead woman wor shipped the champion, but Jack's votiou was lacking. When the Cham ilon opened his cafe, Mrs. Johnson volunteered to take charge of the restaurant. She hired the help, tool charge of the register in the kitchen saw that every dinner order was cor rect before the tray was sent down 11 tlie dummy waiter, and worked a least ten hours a day to help maki the champion's' business u success. WOLGAST BACKED UP ON CONTRAC Refused to Live Up to Promoter' Terms and the Contcit Was. Cancelled Toronto Roches-ter Newark Baltimore Montreal Jersei City lluffalo .C3 .59 .50 .48 .41 .36 .321 Pet .703 .594 .534 .493 .460 .457 .323 .315 Pet .601 .5114 .517 .508 .473 .470 .462 .415 New York. Sept. legal action to prevent the propose! staging in this city of a bout becweei Ad Wolgast, lightweight champion and Packey McFarland, on the groun that it was in the nature of a priz fight, was made unnecessary by th calling off of the go scheduled to tak place at Madison Square Garden o September 27. Manager Billy Gibson, of the Garde Athletic club, announced that th match was off. He claimed that Wo gast had refused to live up to th terms of the contract he signed whe Gibson was in Cadillac, Mich., three weeks ago. Governor Dix took initial action i the matter in communications to She iff Harburger, District Attorney Whi man. and the New York Slate Ath letic Commission, instructing then to take such steps as lay in thei power to prevent 'what be considere to be virtually a prize fight. At meeting of the Commission today a re ply to the Governor's letter was autb orizcd and despatched, informing th executive that the match had bee called off. Smoke American Navy Tobacco Fragrant selected leaf, manu- factured by Kock City Tobacco Company Quebec Winnipeg MARKETS LETHMIOOB MARKET! o. I Noriliern o. 2 Northern o. 3' Northern o. 4 0.71 0.61 0.41 o. 1 Alberta Red 'o. 2 Alberta Rod o. 3 Alberta Red 'o. 4 Alberta Red. o. 5 Alberta Red.................. li-''1 ran, per ton............ borti, per ton ati, per ton, Hacked........ 86.01 ollod Outs.................. 3''1" eir l, Ib........... 0-02 arrota, pur urnlps, per Ib. 0.01 along, per Ib.......................02 to -M utter and t-'UBV butter 0.2! reauwry huUr.r...................... 'O.itB !Bs, fresh.................................. 0.33 ttle on trio Hoof: Steftrg, per pound ................051 t, per pound'..................- .05 per pound .10 teers, dressed, per Ib. O.tl hoep: pw cwt....... I, par per Ib............. jive, per 'oultry: Ht. ,ive spring; chickens, per Ib. 0.15 Oi2K ___.. ..i............: 0.11 WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKETS, Winnipeg, Man.. Sept. mar- et which opened one-quarter lower or October and steady, for other lonths gained strength as ihe morn- ng advanced and closed higher all ound. Oats and flax were quiet and tearty. Splendid weather for threih- ng Is general over the west. Ex- ortors are rree huyers of futures and lere is a good cash demand. Re- eipts were light, being 68 oars In- pected and 103 In sight. Wheat Open Closed October 88H jeeeinber 86 Vi 85% las Oati: Octobei fit 1'H December...... lax: October 16 .ovembet i IoJ f laih- Wheat Cloning ,o 1 Noithein 94 ,o Noithpin 12 S'o. 8. Northern.....i. S9 N'o. 4 So lo. Gf. 60 10. tl. Feed........... N'o, 2. C. W. 44 3. C. 4" Jxtra No. 1 Feed Mo. l: Feed.......... 4S S'o. 2. Feed........... 37l, 511 No. 4. .-M Feed -10 lo. 1. N. W 1GO lo. 2. C. W. 153 Minneapolis Open Close September S6M December 88% May September December May Chicago CHICAGO MARKET WEAK Chicago, Sept. oables today made wheat.weak. There were signs of continued liberal world ihipmemtB and no prospects of an im- proved cash demand here. was expressed whether weather re- ports this'season would equal .those of a year ago. notwithstanding that prices had recently suffered a break of 20 cents. Tlie opening varied from 14 cents to cent up. December arted at 90S to 91 from decline to a like advance. Then the price fell to 9014 iff Buying on the part of prominent bulis gave oats relatively more strength than other cereais. December started cent higher 32Vi. touched 32U anil dropped back to 32 GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, t Batchelor. Ltd., report extra largo supplies of Irisli cattle, being ot- tered. Trade '.is slow. Best steers, 13 to 14 cents; secondary. 12 to mi; best hulls, iVA to 13 ccmi. Scotch cattle suaree. BOATS ASHORE, NEAR KINGSTON Kingston. Ont.. Sk.pt. sohoo- .ier Oliver Mownt wont aground in a tag this morning off1 Uuclis. The 'crow were rescued. The sic.amer Gas- p in. which went Monday near I here, was released tills morning. Bi- on delayed 24 i hours. ;