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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE i.FTTTnninor HERALD Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers WOULD RAISE A PUBUC FUND TO REUSE PROMOTERS OF FIGHT Agitation Against John- son-Wells Go Likely to Prove Successful WELLS AND ATTELL. FIGHT TONIGHT .Mat Wells and Abe Attell come together In .Madison Square Gardens. York. The bout is for ten rounds. Hotting on thi? outcome Is even. The fighters will welch in at five o'clock and must, not exceed the lightweight limit. Attell still holds the featherweight title of the world! Wells is the British lightweight title holder. LOCAL MAN TO SEE A BULL FIGHT Sept. feeling r.painst the JobKion-Wells I'lglit has patliMed.such force that it probably will be abandoned, or slopped by thv? cqreniKiont. The Archbishop of Can- j terbury has written the home ollice. I urging ibat action Ire taken to sup- pi'.'ss the content, and this has reviv- ed a focus for adverse opinions. .Vino and many leading religious men, tbe Lord .Mayors of Munches- i ler, Liverpool and other big cities, i Jind sportsmen like Lord l.onsdale. Lord Klnuaide and Lord Harris, have joined In ilie match, while llie Telegraph, Chroniehj and other iniliiemia! pa- have followed the Times in urg- ing oliicials not to permit the fight, j The Kev. F. R. Meyer, who one NATIONAL of the original opponents of the Chicago....... 000 000 match, has offered 10 raise a public 'Philadelphia 100 000 fund to lyimbuise the promoters in the amount of their loss if they will undertake to abandon the contest. J. Eckstorm Baseballi- cally Bent to Visit Texas ''resident C. ,1. Eckstorm. of the Western Canada League, received this morning an invitation from the 'hamiu'r of Commerce of San An- nio to attend the convention of the TECUMSEHS OFF FOR THE COAST IN QUEST OF FAMOUS MINTO CUP Eastern Champions Have Strong The Roster Toronto. Sept. The Tccuinseu team here this after- Games in Ihe Big Leagues loon for the west and Ihe Jllnto cup. I hey will arrive In Vancouver on Saturday when it is expected dates will be set lor the games with the It.' C. ehamyions. The players are: Manager Cbnrlle Querrle, Hoy Kinsman, Bert llreen. William Yeaniiin. Gray- dou. Jack JlcKenzie, Fred Kownlree, v Xeil Folktfr, Marry .Munon, James of Ed. .McGregor and Leonard lla.-.eball Leagues to IK held in thin j .McDougall. AccoinpanvlnK the team: uy from the, io liHh of Small. Dr. Crawford. Fred Mclntyre and Archer: Burns and Carter. i Si. Louis Boston Standing of Clubs Today Golden, Standridge, and Wlngo; Perdue, Kline. L'OO 13 21 17 ber. .Mr. Kckstonn says that h take in the trip as Ihe San A.. tonio bunch have provided entertain- ment for the delegates which puts any election excitement in the gloomy background One of the dazzling fea- tures of the week's round of pleasure will be a trip to .Vetivo Laredo, where tlrey have been promi-jed a real son- nine btill fight of the hair raising var- iety. and the genial president says that he wouldn't miss tiro fun for love money. They will also take Dale, Camnitz trip to the coast of the Gulf of Mex- Hamblin. T. Humphries. A. Marks, G. Tensdale. Garnet -Hownlree and .1. K. Korsytho. Con. .lo'res, of Vancouver, wired this afternoon thai the Vancouver baseball team were occupying the grounds on September 30, and sug- gested Wednesday, October -lib. and Saturday, October 7th. as dates games. He also stated it would 'Ire useless to attempt, to play after Oc- tober owing to bad weather. The following western officials were proposed: .Charlie Cnllen, W. Pfeiffer and "shlng and duck shooting Ditchburn, W C.ulleu Morsbv and I will .be the order ot the day. A real Stanley Okill, of Bob Che; tiro ir n.-n.r, p.----- ,1___I I ui-v. FOOTBALL Local Executive Meeting This Evening Tomorrow evening there will ho another meeting of tire football exe- cutive to be held at the Dallas Hotel rooms, and It is requested that all members attend. Such matters as Uiti fixing of a date for the game to Play off the tie between the Gillies and Ihe S. 0. E. team will con- slilered. It has also been suggested that it would be well to arrange, a benefit match, the proceeds of which to he used in connection with ICdwin Uallagher. deceased, an old and staunch supporter of the football Same in this city. The matter will bo fully discussed tomorrow eveni MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. (HERMAN, PHONE Ml. FIVE NIGHTS ronmicm-iiiiv M'on., Sept. 25 CORIANTON StiSed by LUKE COSGHAVE Place, South America. 75 ytan THE KING OF PLAYS AN AZTEC ROMANCE, by ORESTES U. BEAN. "Corianton IB no proselyting scheme; It Is n Chrlsllnn plav teiirlilnir 11 lesson In Chrlnllnnlly which the wholo world nilKlit do well o City Star. "After wllnosn'liiK Corlanton one is almost led lo exclaim us Old Sneliaut Solomon's iniifniflcetice: The imlf'lms not been told me'" Bee. Complete change nightly Prices 25c 35c SOc 7Sc NATIONAL York Chicago PittE'burg St. Cincinnati Urooklyn Helton Won Lost P. C. S4 SO SO 71 til 51 35 of CO .GIB .597 Pittsburg Xew York Leifield, Gardner Gibson: Ames and 000 000 in ooo ind Simon jaunt. From here lie will go to. St. Louis and take th'a boat there. 2 j i..e UU.LI inert-, going ttiey arrive in Vancouver, an and down the .Miss.ssippi to Xew Orleans, that ail eastern man and then across to San Antonio. Us i cured as one the officials AMERICAN Philadelphia Cleveland Xew York Boston Chicago Louis Won Lost 90 4S SO OS I AMERICAN Xew York 000 100 5 I q t Cleveland 5 2 i Fisher, Caldwell and Blair; Krapp and G. Fisnw. 1 Washington 000 050 II 1 Chicago 011000 3 2 Groom and Henry; White and Sul- livan. I Detroit 5 2 {Boston 010 100 S 1 i Willett and Stallage: Collins and i Tonneman. EASTERN Rochester Baltimore Toronto Buffalo Montreal Jersey City iS'ewnrL: J'rovidence Won Lpst P. C. 05 52 Philadelphia St. Louis Kranse and Clarke. 000 000 !1 000 001 i 1 Thomas: George and will dwide on western olllciah whei they arrive in and be E-3 will likely continue the trip around by the coasi, returning home by the coast ctti-es, as lie intends going ea-Jt next' month to take in the world's 1 series. Y.M.-C. A. Gymnasium Classes 00 73 89 ;59 I at- PSU' Columbus j Milwaukee I Minneapolis AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 003 200 000 a2l 000 11 100 001 010 100 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 030 100 14 040 is Kansas City Columbus Indianapolis Kt. Paul Milwaukee Toledo Louisville Won Lost P. C. .531 ,o4S .512 .492 J6S .46! .411 7S S2 SI no j Montreal Toronto Providence Newark. Jersey City Baltimore EASTERN 01.0 200 B 000 100 n 000 100 021 000 5 0 6 3 000 001 S 010 003 11 Rochester at Buffalo, game post on account of grounds. I In Fall Suits Fit-Reform will show you styles and value? that havenoduplicates in Canada. The fall styles are superb and the values even greater Fit- Reform has ever offered before. I In Fall Overcoats Fit-Reform will show you the "cream" of the fall in style and fabric. Whether you wantamoderately priced or the finest that can be made Fit-Reform has it. McKELVIE McGUIRE, Following is the schedule of gym- nasium classes as issued by (he phy- sical director. These classes will go effect on October 1st at whicli date the winter season's training will bt commenced in earnest: Business and Fri- days, 5-li. Leaders Wednes- day, Young men and working Mondays and Fridays, 8-9. Seniors, Tuesdays and Saturdays, S-9. and Fridays, a-3.30. and Thurs- days, 4.30 till 5.30. Tuondays, 5.30 till ti.OO. Leaders (boys) Saturdays, 2-3 p.m. 4.30 till 5.30. Saturdays, S.lo till 10.15 a.m. Swim- ming, Saturdays 10.30.till H.OO. Spec- ial juniors, 10.31) till 11.15. 9.30 till 10; Thursdays, S till 9; Fridays, 9.30 til 10.00. n-9.30; Satnr days, 9-9.30. Boyi' Schedule Intermediate school boys until 9 p Intermediate working school boys until 9 p.m. ext'apt Monday and Friday night-3, wlreii gym classes are in session, then until 9.30. Working boys until 10.00 p.m. Juniors until p.m. Preference In Use of Games Working hoys at night from 7 till Intermediates on W-adnesdny and Friday from 4 till fi, and in the even- ing until 9 o'clock. Juniors on Mon- day, Tuesday and Thursday after- noons. hoys at night from 7 till S. Intermediates, Mon- days, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 till 6, and evenings from 7 till S. Juniors, Wediwsdajs and Fridays from 4 till (i, and Saturday forenoon. Intermediates and Juniors, Saturday afternoons until three. All boys are welcome on Saturday. TORONTO CLUB SECURES RENFREW HOCKEY FRANCHISE Toronto. Sept. Tecum- sehs Uoroasa Club has secured the Renfrew franchise in., the Eastern hockey league. The negotiations have been on for the last th months, and. This will give Toronto two professional teams in the 'big circuits' with Ottawa and Montreal sevens. The one will tfi run by Percy Quinn; and the Te- is will have Charlie Qnarrie as president and manager. The Ren- frew .franchise carry with it the players 'with that town last as follows: McN'amara, point; cover point: 'Rowe, rover: Smith, centre; C. Cleghorn. right wing; S. Cleghorn, left wing, as well as the Patrick bro- thers, if they play in the East. 'Of. course, all of these would not" corn's to Toronto. Meanwhile Charlie Quar-' rie will try to pick tip a player or two in the West. WARNER CLUB MAY BRING SUIT Another Baseball Tangle in the South Raymond, Sept. long It it since anything has been aald about baseball in Raymond that the Herald reporter had almost forgotten wheth- er it was 77 or S7 Raymond specta- tors turned out to the Letbbridge- Haymond game of several weeks ago, but today President O'Rrien, of the local team, called tile Herald man, and charged him and Dr. Wray with arranging a game with .Warner, to lie Played at the exhibition in that town on Monday last. The facts of (he matter are fhese: One day last summer .Magrath Vote For The Babies Eureka Theatre tonignt BEST IN MOVING "Tlie Pugilist's Child" .Drama-. "Grsmrtpa's Vacation." A very Jauglmble comedy. "The Witch of the Ranch." A Western Feature. UNKNOW4M VESSEL STRUCK ON A ROCK TO-NIGHT RUGBY TOMORROW NIGHT Don't ov-erlooh the practice tomor- row evening, at the Barracks, ye knights of the gridiron. The elections are a mere naught in comparison and a good crowd will be out. Start at six o'clock. TWO BOYS RANSOMED FOR 75c. N-ew York, Sept. captive n a cave near Mott avenue 44th street, the Bronx, for two dajs, vard Carrol, ten yeafs old, and lohn Ilauer, twelve yearn old, were returned to their parents yeilerday whan n raiuom of 7S had been mid to hoys who had' Hiprlsoned Ihem, i at7.3Q Demon- stration of 20th Cen- tury Clothes on living mo- del in Cornell vlted Warner to visit the' "Garden 'and play a friendly game of Warner accepted the invitation, but for some reason, not yet clear to the writer, the game was not played, and Warner returned without the travelling, expenses promised them, for which omission, It is stated, War- ner, through its manager, will bring i suit against llagrath. AVe had to put in the above para- ;niph to show how Dr. Wray and the' Herald reporter arranged a game with Warner. The boys from the sast returned by train, and Dr. Wray, vho is vice-president of the local ;lub, was at Raymond station. In :onversation with one of th'e players, he Warner man suggested that might be arranged with Ray- nond for Warner fair. The doctor eplied that he could not speak for b'a team, 'but said be thought a game couUl he arranged. .Meeting the representative of the Herald on liis return from the station. Dr. Wray told of his conversation and this was published in the sporting columns of the Herald. The Raymond corres- pondent, talking with a 'Warner play- er in Lethbridge a month orfso ago. about a game at Warner, but the player knew nothing of it. X-ci- ther did anybody efc-a till Monday morning, when a 'phone message came from Manage.' Lang, of Warn- i er, to President O'Bri'an, of Ray- mond, asking if the team was going over. Mr. O'Brien replied that he knew nothing of any game being ar- ranged: Manager Amos had- had no communication: Captain Hawk has Ireard nothing whatever; neither Dr. Wray nor the Herald man are in any sense guilty, and the Raymond base- 'ball team Is entirely- clear of any breach of etiquette. Tire management regrets, however, that any misunder- standing should have arisen, and hopes that the friendly relations ex- isting 'between the two clubs may continue. Halifax-, Sept. despatch to the marine department tonight stat- ed that a large unknown .baric was on tire rocks off Main-a-Dieu, Capa Breton. The crew remained on board. A heavy sea wan running and it was feared that the vessel would be a total wreck. The life-saving crew from Scatterie were' standing th'i vessel, which struck during a fog. FOR BUCHANAN Mark Your Ballot Thus William Asbury Buchanan Of the City of Lethbridge, Alexander Magrath Of the City of Lethbridge, Dominion Land HUNTING ACCIDENT MAY PROVE FATAL Danville, Sept. first limit- ing: accident in Ms section occiirrotl yesterday afternoon, when a man, named .Bpdiird; was, nccidenlallv shot by his companion. Both men were out hunting In rlclnltr or Nicholet Falls. JuBt ,how the acci- dent happened could not learned, "ill It is reported that Bodard ia in i morions condition, and that he It not expected to live. ATHLETES GATHER AT ll MONTREAL .and window Don't miss it! -Montreal, Sept'. 19 Mel Slrappard, champion middle distance runner of (lie United States, and winner of sev- eral Olympic titles, arrived heie yes- terday to finish up his training for the Canadian track and field cham- pionships, to be decided on the M. A. A. A. grounds on Saturday. Shep- pard is hot after the half-mile record of 1.52 4-5, made here two years ago by Emile I.unghl, the Italian (Iyer, and will reserve all his strength on Saturday for that evfcnt. Sheppard the first of the for the championships, but in the evenins was followed by the team which will represent the Manitoba Association of the A. A .U. of Canada. Th'are were four athletes In the party, Army Hoard Is entered In the sprintK; Cas- ey .Hlalr, half-miler; C. llrelt, a'mil- er, and .loe Hie Indian, who compete ill tile three mile race. They were jiccompaniod by IrHiimr Billy Law. A Boston twain and a number of Irish-American member.i also compete. MAGI The Magi, Being Wise Men, Advise that you drink a slass of Magi Water first thing every morning. A glass, of clear, sparkling Magi to atari the day on is a real preventatlve for stomach and kidney disorders. Wine, .Spirit Co ;