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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 0 THE LETHimiDC.E WEEKLY HERALD Thiinwlay, September 2t, 1911. Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers WELLS OVER ABE ATTH1 BORN B1RDMAN Bob Fowler's Mother Has; Faith in Young Flyer P rze glishman Too rieavy. for American Feather- weight Los Angeles. Cul.. Sept. 21. "My I boy's going to win. 1 admire his; 'nerve.' He" is born birdman. I am r.oiliS to worry at nil over Ills Englishman Too Heavy iUfa spai-s from ,in tho Atlantic const. V.hy. 1 mil so; ihiiiipy over his grit iliat 1 -.11" ac-. ji-ompnnyinR the special tr.iiu r.rv.'ss the continent ;hal is following j Til's iiM-sdy shows ifip srit of Mrs.; new York, Sept. 21.-.Matt Wflta. Fowler, mother of Bob Fmvlpr California aviator who is i.yinsi English lightweight champion, a motor equipped Wrislu hi-; .Abe Altell, world's featherweight piano for a 550.000 prize. title holder, here, in the Madhran i molhor :iv woman, full of American Square Garden last night, in their 10- ,-ol. is truly proud round, np-decisfon bout. Wells is pro- of her boy. She is confident tluit claimed the by popular news- 'he will win and recalls incidents that paper decision illave iMHUcned during sho his life was the one destined ..........________ flight .llov.-ir.s iii? opponent thirteen pounds ttvisiH. ho attempted what is bhip-oyed chap who has rated ifci? impossible, that >j to worked nr.t'eastusly since last .Tami- or even hold' his own ncnfust n ary. preparing DOES THIS GET YOUR GOAT? Or Docs It Appcsi io You 55 the "Heal To get ono's goat hi the most widely used expression of tho pres- ent day. perhaps. A great many persons who make use of It have not i'w slightest idea of Its deri- vation, although they perfectly midei-stand its meaning, it conies from the language of the race track. Certain highly nervous hoists walk their stalls continual- ly and in conseauence go to the post all worn out. The great ef- fort of trainer is to cure n stall- if one is under his care. To do this some animal is general- ly put in the stall with the horse to furnish the thoroughbred a companion. Tho animal most fre- quently used for (his purpose is a goat. Hence when the goat is taken away from the horse t'he latter suffers from all his old nervousness again. To get a man's goat, therefore, means 'io put him into a highly worried state of mind. HOW TO TURN OUT CHAMPION MIT WIELDERS Five or Six Men Alive Who Ought to Evolve a Wonder If 1 hail n yomiE fellow on ray stuff iwho had the build, the'ambition and essentials naturally calculated to qualify il writes Walter C. Kelly, the well-known fight critic. 1 would send him I" four men whom I have in mluii and get each one of those to teach him a certain department of the fighting same. 1 would be willing wager that inside of u year or two I would have :i world's champion in whatever class my protege could fight. For instance, I would send him to old Jim Hall, the scientific Australian, for instruction in jabbing with the Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL Chicago 000 000 6 0 tiijadelnhia 000 000 2 Cole ami Archer; Moore and .Mad- den. Second game (7 Chicago 000 000 Philadelphia 000 400 Kichter. Toney and Archer Graham; Stack, Chalmers and ter. Pittsburg Boston ileudrix Karldan. St...Louis New York 000 200 00 000 and Simon; Tyler 4 1 1 and C'ar- 9 S 8 3 and 000 000 4 000 010 12 for tho sreai flight, loves !iis mother. He has asked lier time and time again to him truth- with several poiir.ds of :o jf ghe rogrei5 the decision he ood man of Ins mvn calibre every inch. the good. v.-as Aden's masi-fr from the first sound of the --pug to the IE has raa.le. Enfll time i face of the Oiliforna the motherly wido This was seen at a i looked simiplit into the manly face Robert. tin-American was an easy viciim. :of Uit> son and suid: "No, Robert foiish-c an uphill batite thai did Von are eensibU-. (credit to his famous career. Though are abom. 1 have confidence in f. outpointed and given the worst of Mr- Henderson -and Mr. the mill generally. It may not he said .Gnmtly also havo confidence in you. that the aged featherweight was om- i Me--.her will not worry. Just go in feneralted. The fight was fast anil jand win." clean at all stages, and the mighty I The grlr and determination throng In .attendance want away well [mother in the of the phased. Wells Geti Offers of the Western roast. Sh-e is admired far her spirit. for the Western citizens know that inficience will do much Xew York, Sept. Crol'- the motherly confidence will di forth, of San; Franscisco. -fetegraphed to inspire rite youth to victory. ED. H. F1T2GIBBONS "That Funny Feller" with the Walters jthe art of blocking and1 hitting at the Mrs. Fouler is solidioiis because her; Stock company', at the Majestic time, together with keeping' today io George" McDonald, manager of Matt Weils, 'English, lightweight ton tioes net get what she 5 nights commencing champion., offering- Wells' S5TSOO for Is sufficient sleep. He is working day j September 25. a bout wiili Z'actey MeFarland, or jand night. V.'hen not on bis plane or for a contest'win Ad Wolgast, motor, he is taking sky observations. an Monday, opponent off his stride, never get- the figh.s to.take place in California. does not. however, neglect proper leases his MARKS HAS EAR- OF GREATNESS r.nd this pleases his (mother and; C: Kred Grundy, his man- lager. "When Boh was a his mother says, "he was always keen for kite flying. When four years old he fell from a four storey window and was picked up unhurt. The first words from him were 'Mother the iwind hurt me.' Ho was able to judge i tend-i the speed of a ball through the air. now when playing games with his English Lightweight Champion Looks Like Real Contender for Wol- gast .X'.'w York, Sept. Owen Moran may l.j out of the way as a contend- er for Ad title, but it now alui when p appears that Kngiand still has an ace [companions he would stop and gaze ill the pack to lead. That card is something that made his compan- Jlatt Wells, the British lightweight jons feel he was not right. Bui when ciiampion. who so decisively .beat Abe (-anie home he would propound the Altol] last night in their ten-round nwullur nuestions about the boil-', :u Madison Square Garden. He knew more -about air cur- Styled a alarm" by the East- i rents than anyone 1 ever knew. PRESENT STYLE FOOTBALL BEST ting rattled find always being in A position to deliver a 'blow, I believe Packey McFarland would be the boy New Game Presents to give the proper instructions. For taking Advantage in ''n 'break-away from a clinch and sneaking over a .knoc.ko.ut smash to the jaw. Art. Better Oppor- JSlmras can be considered in a class tunity to Coach and Players Weight Not Essential Is the present style of football bet- jicr man the old game? There are many who h-.ive their likes and dis- for boih games, and the only .t-ay to come lo a conclusion in the matter is to consider the Qualities in boil) styles of game brought ern critics, in his first two contests I "From the r'irsi he was wild abqut 'flying machines. It sems as if he was bom under an aviation star, if there is such heretlitarv for our live heon of an astronomical turn oi: mind. When driving an automobile I he has shown an ability TO determine 'Hunts iiong the read before ihe 111.1- by himself, and he has a good idea of beating an opponent to the punch. To learii the knack of in-fighting I would send the young man to L-avigne or Terry McGovern if hevwaa in suffi- good .health to do any teach- ing. play. While ihe old it; popular college pas- time to from, there is little doubt rhat the present, with its possi- b lilies las the oW-sivle game beaten.! u" I I would like to see a.youngster po- ssessing all the natural qualifications a fighter do battle after he had I spent a few months with -all the in- structors named above; in fact, it would not be necessary to spend more i than a feu- days with each one after Weight Counted Most In the days of the old style play, men were selected from the squad thing. It might be culled ,airt sent (o the training tal.le if tliey for our family throughout were of ft'iormoiis weight, and possess he had learned the rudiments of the aame from an ordinary teacher and polished up some by contact with i few good ones In the ring. With a ;air knowledge of thei principles of the art, a youngster would become ed stiength accordingly. The present marvell'olls 'fighter with a few leetur- game places thesft requirements on es frQm the magters named. the ?Uelf. mailer whether -ie is verybody, heavy, ,c' me n.ALhecI the place that was won- or light, a chance to make good, jdcrftil. It was always the subject ofj In the old (iays ;i ream thai could I comment among those riding with jboast of an average of 190 pounds or him. Many called i! second sisln. but neither Robert nor I believed sv.ieh a thing. Then thsi-c argument vvoiiid ovtr, was ronsideren while ihe that a champion, wins a cham- pionship nowodays averages between COOMBS IS FORD'S HOODOO Yankee Twirler Always Worsted by Mackman Russell Ford, thfi notable twlrlor of the New York Highlanders, says that his hoodoo, and Jawn IholdEnod ami ISO pounds, and the backL TflWn Coonlbs is his hoodo I road or air rondiiions are field of auch elevens is extremely he wln iccrned that my hoy's mind is so ac-....... ute." Fowler is 2S years olii Mis home is at Gilroy, Cal. fie is a of Le- land Stanford (ip hns been employed as a Cole racing di'ivt'r liKht. while the centre trio is an jn hjs posed of the heaviest men. gQt my gqfll( snid Greater Possibilities !RUSH, "and certainly has my number, Tho new game presents ninny tt-as (0 gGi the box with ev- and demonstrator for tho ''mnitly and the coach who does on tne ball, and hold the advantage of these possibilities [Athiefics down to one hit, it would lias uo business in the game. tor Sales Company who arc niitomo- undnr the present code must be jbe up to Jack' to go me one better, bile agents for the Coin machine lin Southern California. Mat Wells TENNIS TOURNAMENT HELD IN THE PASS lie must have inven- pitch a no-bit game. "Every time I start.against him I live genius nnd use Ills material a or something to put me Hie best i-.dvantagc. He must look jhe running, and I wouldn't win Tor pome fast players. He must look jsjx- games a season if I iiad to slack Blflirmore, Sept. tennir namenl. wag' held :here last Saturda for .some players who are adept throwing and caIdling the ball, and lie look for men who can with- wjln me au ilick in the world onslaughts on Uie middle and pats a crimp in any-. up against Coombs. "Somehow when he gets tangled up in which players all parts of the defence-, where their ability lie must place his men that I co.n do. I'd rather pitch tile Pays were VMtliered. Blairmore bi> to tile advantage, at the 'coombs." In this country. more than re- versed that opinion of his ring exceptfcnally well. H. F. Favmer jsame time saving them for their of- anybody in the business than i tby 'and ontfighting American favorite, atld today Icoms np as a fonniuable rhalienger of our lightweight king, the mighty Vvolgast. Wells' she-wins heen Bom-ewhat of n sitt'iirise to the York sporting atamp-cd him as a second-rater after ills hont with Pai .Moore. R. took the- men's ,1'i'nsivc inialltics. and _____________.___ A.''S: Tod the mh'ed doubles; nnd Mrs. ".H.'R Karm-ei-'-and .Mrs. J. U. Smith ladtos doniileg. -Mis-3 West wood 'of Golemnu took the ladies' sin sli'8, and Mr. Maqlcod of Frank Mingles. Another contest will on held on. .Saturday nt HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ORGANIZE FOR ATHLETICS Ate Unwisely Sometimes tuft beciUie the stomach the digest the overload. Ths lover of food Ihlnn quite with 1 of NA-DRU-CO Tablets hand. box. If your drufffatt ftu not slockad them yet wid SOc. tnd we will mall fhem, 54 The students of the Leth- bridge High School held a m'eetiug Wednesday afternoon ano1 organized the athletic association for the fall season. The following officers were elected: lion. President, Dr. Stowart; N. Link; vice president, H. McCulloch; secretary-lrensurer, J. -Living' '.Hone: committee: G. Camp- bell, Mr. CarUvrlght. llnrvoy Schweitzer and II. Sang. Second St. Loula 000 004 1 2 New Vork 000 S 1 Gcyer, Woodburn and Wing; Crau- dall, Mathewson and Myers. 9 1 9 3 Fromme nnd Clark; Schardt and Erwin. left. I wonld liave him take lessons and Bliss; Mtirunard from Kid McCoy In 'hooUs, anil the and Myers. .use of the corkscrew punch, which, by the way, was one of the most murder- ous punches ever launched by :i fight- er. .McCoy was the Oilly man who ever mastered it liku Fitzsimmoira Kvith the shift. Both have IMC! many llmitKtors, but none have had the 010 :08 tience to master Hiese blows so thor- 000 i00 onghly. Por feinting and general de- fense I would send my boy to Jim Corbett; for scientific and general hit- ting with the left I would have Bob Fitzsimmons polish him off; but for the most accurate style of trapping a victim nnd of finishing him with right jolt I wauld prefer Tommy Ryan. would also have him take a com from Tommy Ryan in general tactics in action, for Tommy flS a general, was, and is today, the wonder of the age. For judgment of distance, 1 would pick Harry Gilmore, the Chicago vet- eran, and for a boy who wanted to learn fancy .boxing I ivottld have Young Griffo take him in hand for a couple of weeks. For effective combination work and Second game Cincinnati 151 401 12 3 1 Brooklyn- 7 4 Humphries and McLean; R. -Miller, 0. Miller and Bergen. New Yorl! AMERICAN 210 000 9 13 5 Cleveland .....010 032 17 3 Warhop, Vangban, Quinn and Blair; Ulauding, Kaler and Easterly. Second New York 010 004 5 5 Cleveland 010 002 7 2 Calgall and Williams: Reisling and O'Nsill. Philadelphia 000 000 St. Louis 000 000 Plank and Thomas; Clarke. Boston Detroit Pape and Stallage. Washington Chicago 000 110 3 000 Oil Williams; Works 000 001 010 102 7 3 5 0 and 7 3 7 2 Hughes and Street; and Sullivan. Benz, Walsh AMERICAN ASSOCIATION at. Paul....... 202 001 6 0 Columbus 1 Milwaukee 9 1 Toledo .......'202 310 13 3 Buffalo Rochester EASTtRN 041 Oil 000 13 200 020 300 15 ___ 201 002 9 010 000 3 Second game 6 Buffalo............ 100 3 Rochester 100 5 010 000 10 000 010 C Providence Newark Jersey City Baltimore 000 000 000 000 Standing of Clubs Today NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. New York Chicago Pittshurg Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston 85 81 81 72 C5 63 GO 62 64 75 79 09 .649 .586 .574 .537 .504 .456 .406 .261 Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland New York Boston Chicago Washington St. Louis AMERICAN fli. 82 72 72 69 67 45 56 64 fin 70 70 '81 99 .669 .594 .529 .525 .497 .422 .261 EASTERN Rochester....... 90 52 .651 Daltimore .......90 55 .620 Toronto 56 .619 Uuffalo 73 73 .BOO .Montreal....... 69 78 .469 Jersey City..... 59 85 .410 Newark........ 56 92 .378 Providence....... BO .94 .347 AMffllCAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis City Columbus IndlanauollH St. Paul Toledo LuulRville 91 81 74 73 70 67 72' 77 79 82 82 .591 .548 .541 .492 .481 .471' .411 MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Miniger. PHONI Walters Stock Company FIVE NIGHTS commencing Mon., Sept. 25 Opening play "CORIANTON" Stigod by LUKE COSGRAVE Place, South America. Tlma, 7t I.C. THE KING OF PLAYS AN AZTEC ROMANCE, by ORESTES U. 1EAN. "Corlanton no proselyting schemo; It IB a Chrtitlan pUr, a lesson In Christianity which the whole world mtittlt do well City Star. "Aftor witnessing Corlanton one In almost led to eielalm aa did Sheha at Solomon'E 'The half has not been told Bee. Prices Complete change nightly 25c 35c SOc 75c Election Returns at Starland To-night Where Everybody Go-. STARLAND Wher. Everybody OoM Program Beats 'Em Big Special Feature: "FOREST ROMANCE." ELOPEMENT A scream of WAITING AT THE CHURCH by R. E. WILLIS White Stave Traffic and boy and Indian Frontier and Jeff. ELECTION ON WITH MUCH VIGOR The morning of election day dawn- ed cold and dieagrcea'ble in this city, nnd in a drizzling rain, mingled with i few snowflakes, the polls opened at nine o'clock for -the biggest erection ever held in this country. But in spite of the inclement weather, the rigs and automobiles were earls- brought Into service, and at the hour of eight many of these were out doing errands. As the day advanced, til's weather seemed to clear a little, thus drying tp the ground, nnd the antos were ihle to run with less trouble. At. any Hour might be Men, the various con- i-eyances running hither and thither, carrying voters to their various poli- ng places. To .the casual observer he white-gloved men representing the Liberal hack drivers could 'be seen alwaysi" at their busiest. Around the Conservative stronghold, however, the opposition drivers congregated, and ere kept busy. With cheerful faces the men for reciprocity hnrri'M abut the town, thinking not. of the disagree- able weather, and seeing nothing but .Ictory for their efforts. In decided contrast 'fxore appearances of the antl-'reciprocltyites, who found .'unit with tjie weather, the -streets and everything In-gewsrnl. Up to the time of going to press no news of any violence has reaclred the ears of the' press. On the south side of the track, the day so far has pasn- ed oft miietly, nny delay caused .._j result of voters going to the wrong polls and requiring to be sworn before -being allowed to vote. A very arge percentage of the electors being every vigilance is he ng kept to itiBure an honest represen- tation. In North Lethbridge the timoE have jpen somewhat more strenuous. large crowds are congregat- ng about the polling booths and -some ittle resentment Is being met. with .n the case of those 'hoing sworn. However, lira constables are doing .heir duty well, anil It thought that .he day will pass off quietly and In an orderly tntinner. TOOK CARBOLIC ACID Toronto, Sept. toW me to. lake It finish myself, so I lone Writing this note, Louise R. Morgan, who roomed at SOI Parliament street, took carbol- nciii thto atlwnoon, and "lied a inert time later. BORN Lethbrldge, on Sopt- 20, to Mr. and Mm. .1. .T. Ijirnon, Seventh avenue South, daughter. POLICE COURT The session of the police court-thta morning, held at fl o'clock, WM light one. Only one disturber of peace appeared to answer Tor a LD. and D. charge. Ed. Prendergest was the vlc- time, and he got the-usual and costs. Yesterday, Charles Fisher, an Eng- lish laborer from Diamond City, evid- ently feeling a natural longing for the satisfying things of life, madae to appropriate a loin pork, several pounds of butlwr, and a bushel or ao of vegetables from the restaurant of IjOo Wing in this city. He was caught in the act of getting away with the boodle by Constable Geoh-e- gan, who immediately demanded a satisfactory explanation. As this was not forthcoming, was stowed away in the cells for the night, and this morning was remanded until to- morrow morning ,when he will ap- pear to answer to the of theft. C.P.R. MEN GIVEN CHANCE TO VOTE Montreal, Sept. telegram was sent out today to all officers of tire Canadian Pacific railway, signed by the preiident, Sir Thomas Shulgh- nessy, to the effect that it to the de- sire of the company that every em- ployee who on possibly to spared from his duties, at any time today, should be given opportunity to vote, and that no questions be asked as to bis politics. LOCAL BUDGET The Tabcr school board has been empowered to borrow to com- plete their- school building, buy fur- nishings and fence the site. II. P. Munro is treasurer. The following Innds, Sec- tions 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, H, IS, 16, 17, 18, 20, 31, 22, 33, 20, 27, 38, 29 and 30 in Township 6 Hange 9 west of I ho Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a .School District, under the name of The Flowery Plain school district No. aiifvl ol the Pro- vince, of Alberta. Senior trustee, ,Iai. Hohinson, How 'Island. The following lands, namely Sec- tions" 17, 18, 19, 20, 30, 31 and 32 in Township 3 Kangc 18 and Sections 13, 14, 23, 24, 3S, 35 anil in Township Range lit west of the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a school district under Ihc Mine of The Chin snhool dist.rlcfc No. 2556 nf the Province of Senior trustee, Jn. liacou, Chit. ;