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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page'A TJIE LETIIRKIDCE WEEKLY HERALD Thursday, 21, 1011. Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers WELLS PUT IT OVER ABE ATTELL BORN B1RDMAN Bob Fowler's Mother Has Faith in Young t Iyer Winning' j Prize I Los Angelfj. Sept. 21. "My bo.v's 10 win, I iiilmirc his [nnvo. Ik- is a born hmlinaii. I nm to worry at al! over his Englishman 1 OO Heavy flight tlirwijUi siuici' from the racint- !to the Arlaniic V.'hy. I am ?u for American Feather- over writ that i am ji-oinimnyiufi the sj-echll irjin iu-.tiss weight !thf cinuinont I'oliowins tbe svii nf York, Sept. UVHs. mother of Pub K" KnpliKfi champion, i Ahe Atteil, world's leather title holder, here, in the oiV i in. M :Ier (.'iiliiornia nviniyr who is I'lyiiu; :i Cole nut! or etiniiiped i'i- jilano for prize. .Mra, Po'.vUjr. a iniilcilo-aged. mofhor iv Hill of Anierkvn Garden last night. In rhelr 10---k-eeu for (E truly round, no-decision bout. Wells Is pro- Or her boy. fhe is confident the wlniwr by popular news-the will win and recalls that j Jiape- decision have Iwppeued durlnj: his life :o .tepped into the rin, Ins opponent thirtyen pounds -m Mn wsisht. he attempted what is uow j chap who has impossible. Hint :-i to worked unceasingly sim-e last .lanu- .'-teat or even lioid his own against a ary. preparint: for tho flight, 'man ol his own calibre even- lovl'3 He lias asked her j time and time again to tell him iruill- jra! of uhvsjciiip -o 1 i fully if she regrets tin- decision he the good. was Atteli's ranster Ecrh time tho motherly from the first sound of tlie to face of the C'aliforna widow has I The This was seen-at .a alanc-e, i looked straight into the mauly face nnd the American was an easy victim. ;ot' ihe sou and said: "Xo. Robert, pie feast.-; an uphill battte that did i Vo" are Yon Unow what yon j-credit to his famous career. Though 'are about. 1 have confidence in yon. f outpointed and given the worst of f'olc. Mr. Henderson uiid Mr. [the mill generally. It may not be said ;C.nmily also have coufiiience in you. that the aged featherweight was. OUT- i will not worry. Just go in teneralted. The fight was fast and and win." The yrii and determination of the mother is the talk-of the Western coast. Sir? is admired for her spirit, ____ ___ _____ for the Western citizens know thai York. Sept; Cro'-jthe motherly confidence will do much forth, of Sail Fransclaco. jto inspire youth to victory. DOES THIS GET YOUR GOAT? Or Does It Appeal to You at the "Fient To jun oiio's Koni is the most wi.Icly iiS'.'il of the pres- cur day. perhaps. A yreat many who make .use oC it have not tho stiglitost; idea of its deri- vailon, they. pL'i'fectly its mottuins1. ocmes i'roni tho tho race tniok. IVvtain nervous liorsos wulk their stalls continual- ly and in conaoqnonce jio to the post -all worn out. The srua't uf- tort uf a trainer is to cure n stall- w.-iikor if is under his Tu do this some animal is ly pin io the stall wiih the horse. 10 furnish the thoroughbred n The animal most fre- quently iist-d (or this purpose is :i Sout. Hpiice when the gout is tiikeii away from the horse the latter suffers from all his old nervous ness To yet u man's troat. iherefore, moans to put him' into a highly worried state of mind. HOW TO TURN OUT CHAMPION MIT WiELDERS Five or Six Men Alive Who Ought to j Evolve a Wonder If I had n young fellow on my'stafl -who had tho builil, the ambition iother essentials niu.urally calculated to nualify him for u fighter, writes C. Kelly, Ihe well-kuuwn fisht critic. I would send him lo three or four men whom 1 have in mind anil set each one of thesu to teach him a certain doiartment of the fighting I would he willing to wager tlint inside of a year or two I would have a world's champion in whatever class my protege conld tight. For instance. 1 would send him to old Jim Hall, the scientific Australian, for instruction in jabbiilK with tlie left. 1 would have him take lessons clean at all stages, and the mighty In attendance w-snt away well .Wells Gets Offers rom Kid McCoy in -hooks, and the use of ihe corkscrew punch, which, by the way. was one of the most murder- ous punches over launched by a fight- .McCoy was the only man who ever mastered it liky Fitzsimmon-j' with the shift. Both have had imitators, but none have had the Games in Ihe Big Leagues NATIONAL 0110 000 f> 0 Philadelphia OOO 000 I 2 Cole and Archer; Moore and Mad- den, Second game 17 000 000 Philadelphia 000 -100 Hichter, Toney and Archor I 1 a tut Urahani; Stack, Chalmers and (.'ar- 000 200 3 riosion 100 000 S :i Hendi-ix and Simon; Tyler and liaridnii. St. Louis 000 000 -I NVw York 000 010 12 II and Bliss; .Marquard MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN; Manigtr. PHONE M4 Walters Stock Company FIVE NIGHTS coinmuidng Mon., Sept. 25 Opening play "CORIANTON" by LUKE CO8GRAVC PUce, South America. jlmt, 75 Vtiri i.C. THE KING OF PLAYS AN AZTEC ROMANCE, by ORESTES U. KAN. "Corlanton IB no proselyting schema; K is a Christian play. teacJtfu a lesson in Christianity which the whole world might do wjll to City Star. "After witnessing Cor Inn ton one IB almost led to IB did Snobs at Solomon's magnificence: 'The half ban not been told me.'" Bee. Complete change nightly Prices 25c 35c 50c 75c uid Myers. Second Louis QUO 00-1 I Cew York I'OO 000 S 1 Coyer. and -Wing: Cran- all, Mathewsou and .Myers. ED. H. FiTZGIBBONS 'That Funny Feller" with the Walters Mrs. Fowler is solicitous because Company, at the Majestic Thea- today to George McDonald, manager of Matt Wells, Engli-sh .lightweight son does not get what she believes jtrc, 5 nights commencing champion, o.'forin- for I is sufficient sleep. He Is working: day i Sspter.iber 25. a bout with JIcFarlaiid, .or jand r.ijrlu. When not on his nl-ane or __ _____ f'fiO for a contest with A-d Wolgp.st, j motor, he Is taking sky observations.! the figUs to take place in California. (He tiers V.ot, however, neglect proper PRESENT STYLE 'iiouni'anieiu. end this pleases his mother and Cl Fred (Jrundy. his man- ager.. "When- Boh Mondny, MATT WELLS MARKS' his HAS EAR- OF GREATNESS j mother says, "he was alwuys'keen for English Lightweight Champion Looks ,'kire flying. foiir years old Like Real Contender for-Wol- from a four. "lVindow j picked up unhurt. The first words from him were 'Mother the York, Sept. jwind hurt me.' Ho was able to judge nay ho out of .tbe. ivny as a contend- me speed of'a ball through ihe air. er for .Ad Wolsa-st's title, but. it now ami paying, games with his Appears [liai England still has an-ace comjirmtons he would stop and gaze in the pack to lead. That Wmeelung that made his compan- Mat! Wells, the British lightweight ions feel he was not right. But when cnampion, who so decisively beat Abe he ;lome he would propound the Atioll la-jt night in their ten-round j masi questions about. the bout at Madison Square Garden. He knew more Mbout air cur- Slyled n "false alarm" by the East- ativ0ne f ever knew. ern critics, in hte first two contests FOOTBALL BEST nee to master these blows so thor- oughly. For feinting: and general de- fense I would semi my boy to Jim Corbeit: for scientific and general hit- ting with the left 1 would have Rob Fitzslmmous polish him off: but for the most accurate style of trapping victim and of finishing him with a right jolt I wo.uld prefer Tommy Ryan, ji would also have him take a comse from Tommy Ryan in general tactics in action, for Tommy as :i genera! was. and is today, the wonder of the -age. For judgment of distance! I wouk pick Harry the Chicago vet- eran, and for a boy who wanted to !learn fancy boxing I would have Young jGriffo take him in hand for a couple of weeks. For effective combination work and the art. of blocking and hitting at tlie same time, together keeping opponent off bis stride, never get- ting rattled and always being in a position to deliver a 'blow, I believe Packey McFarland would be the boy to give the proper instructions. For taking advantage in "a break-away from a clinch and, speaking over knockquL smash to the jaw, Art. Brooklyn 010 203 7 000 100 9 1 It and New Game Presents Better Oppor-jSimms ran he considered In a class jby himself, and he has a good idea or I "From the first he was wild ubo.ut flying machines, ft seins as if he was bora tinder an aviation star. If there ttinity to Coach and Players- Weight Not Essential !s ihe present style of football bet- ter than the old game? ;There are ,f beating an opponent .to the punch. To i learn the knack of in-fighting E would send the young man to or Terry JIcGovern if. he was in many who have their likes and dis- cienty likes for both games, and the only 'nS- way to rome to a conclusion in the good iliealth to do any te-ach- matter Is to consider the qualities in both styles of play. While the old game brought, the popular college pas- I would like to see a youngster po- ssessing all the natural qualifications of a fighter do battle after he hat! spent a few months ivith all the in- structors named above; in fact, it would not be necessary to spend more time to tli-e front, there is little doubt that the present game, with its possi- bilities, has the old-style game beaten. ithan a. few da-vs with eaca one after _ ihe had learned the rudiments of the Weight Counted Most in the days of the old style men wore selected from the squad a thing. It might be sent to the training ipble if they Ihave been of an astronomical turn or' ;jiiiiid. When driving an automobile j he has shown an ability to determine Ithiugs .along the rg-ad before the chine reached the plane that was won- ed strength accordingly. The present game from an ordinary teacher and got polished up some by contact with JJa few good ones In the ring. With a fair knowledge of; the principles of the art, a youngster would- become a Froimne and Clark; Krwin. Second Cincinnati 151 3 1 Brooklyn 001 000 17-1 Humphries and McLean: R. Miller, Steele, 0. Miller and Bergen.1 AMERICAN Xew York 210 000 fl 13 5 Cleveland .....010 031' 17 3 Warhop. Vanghan, Quinn and Blair; Ulandtng, Kaler and Easterly. Second Xew York 5 5 Cleveland 7 2 Calgall nnd Williams; Heisling aik O'Neill. Philadelphia 000 000 fl Election Returns at Starland To-night St. Louis 000 000 Plank and Thomas; Allison Clarke. Boston 000 110 Detroit 000 Oil and 'Williams; Works Stanase. 000 010 102. G. 7 illlfl 5 n and tVashington Chicago Hughes and Street; 3puz, Walsh and Sullivan. 7 2 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 202 001 5 fi 0 000 010 001 2 11 1 St. Paul Columbus. Hlwnukee 000 020 9 Toledo 202 S10 13 EASTERN 041 Oil 000 13 200 020 300 15 game places these requirements on f marvellous fighter with a few lectur- the elf, and gives everybody, no j jes from all the old masters named. matter whether iie is strong, heavy, or light, a chance in maUe jiJerfitl. It was always the subjec: ofj In ihe old days u team that could I comment among those riding with boast of an average of 190 pounds cr ihim. Many called it second sight, but over, was considered a champion, j neither Robert nor I believed e.nch :i while the eleven that wins a chani- thing. Th.cn thai argument -.vouid not pionship nowadr.ys averages between COOMBS IS FORD'S HOODOO hold good because, it is only In matters 170 ami ISO pounds, and the back I where road or air i-onditions are j field of such jcemed ,-Jiat my boy's mind is so ac- Fowler is 28 years old at Gilroy, Cal. He is n gr His home is or Lo- hind Stanford H? has Yankee Twirler Always Worsted by Mackman Russell Ford, the notable twirler of the Xew York Highlanders, says that Jilimb, itlll! Lilt; UiiCK i r, elevens is extremelv !Ira Coomhs 1S. hls hOOCl00'T and i that he can not win against Jawn be.m employed as s. CV-lo raring driver advanti tor Sales Comp-.iny who fire automo- bile agents for the Gole 30-10 machine in Southern California. light, while the centre trio is com- posed of the heaviest men. Greater Possibilities The new game presents many pos- sibilities, and the coach who does not gn with an in his hands. "He's got my goat, all said Russ, "and certainly has my number. If I was to get into the box with ev- TENNIS. TOURNAMENT HELD IN THE PASS tennis tour- was held here last Sainrday to go me ei vthing on the ball, and hold the and demonstrator ,or rte ilo- V coach under the present code must be pitch a gamo .resonrcehil. Ho must have inven- tive genius ami use hi itiy Ijest advantage. He must look for some fast players, lie must look six fiiimes a ir j lo players who sire adept "Every time I start against him I material or something to pnt me -and catching tile hall, and he must look for men who can with- stand onslaughts on Uie middle of line. He must place his men on up against Coombs. "Somehow when he gets tangled up with me all Hie h-.ul luck in the world comes along and puts a crimp in any- thing that I can do. I'd rather pitch iuffalo Rochester 201 002 010 000 Second game G Buffalo Hocheater 100 I Providence 010 000 10 Newark 6 Jersey City___ 000 000 3 Baltimore 000 000 9 Standing of Clubs Today Where Everybody Goei STARLAND Where Everybody Gall Sffl 5 Frogi-ain Heats 'Em Big Special Feature: "FOREST ROMANCE." ELOPEMENT A scream of Drama. WAITING AT THE CHURCH by R. E. WILLIS White Slave Traffic and boy and Indian Frontier and Jeff.' NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. New York Chicago Pittshurg Philadelphia St. Louis jlnchmati Brooklyn Boston 85 81 81 54 35 46 65 60 62 04 75 .53 in ivhicli playera from all parts of HID defence, where their ability will, Jn this country. Wells more than re- the Pays were v-m-ered. Blairmoru pal lo Hie advanta-e at the H'a versed that opinion of his ring prow-: did exceptionally well. II. F. Karmor isame lime saving them for" their of- tea -by ontgeireralling and outfighting I and Coultha.nl look the men's qualities, tl.-a American favorite, and today Jlrs. U. Cotilthard and-, looms up as a formidable challenger A. S. Tod the mixed doubles, and j H. F. Farmer and Urn: .1. Smith thti ladi-es flonhles. Miw West- j... wood of Coleman took the ladies' sin- gles, and .Mr. Wacleod of Frank of onr lightweigla king, the mighty Wolgast. Wells' showing mu-.it of a surprise to tlip N'ew York sporting wrilevj, stamped him as a second-rater aftar his bout with Pal Moore. ulnglen. Another contest will be held at CoKmwn. Sometimes pcoplt ,n. nfltr. beoauw the slomich b.lk.. reliere the dtscmWort the overload. The lover of rood thlnra may iccl quite Mb with l-bm ol NA-DRU-CO Dyspepjin Tablets hand. box. If. your druggist hu.not yet und 5Cc. and we will miiJ them: k.1 O, rf HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ORGANIZE FOR ATHLETICS The students ot the I.eth- v i High .Rcliool held a mealing Wednesday afternoon and organized the athletic association for tho fall season. The following officers were nlccteil: Hon. Rresldonl. Dr. X. Link: vice preflidcnt. .R. J. Living-. stone; commltkoi 0. Camp- -j bell, Mr. Cnrtwrlght. Harvey and li. Sang. Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland New York Boston Chicago Washington St. Louis Rochester Baltimore Toronto Buffalo Montreal Jersey City Newark Providence Minneapolis Kanung City Cobi minis ndifinnpolis St. Paul Milwaukee Toledo Ivouisvllle ELECTION ON WITH MUCH VIGOR The morning of election day dawn- ed cold and disagreeable in this city, and in a drizzling rain, mingled with a few snowflakes, the polls on'ened at nine o'clock for 'the biggest el'ection ever held in this country. But in ot the inclement, weather, the rigs and automobiles were early brought into service, and at the hour of eight many of these were out doing errands. As the dny advanced, {Ire weather seemed to crear a little, thus drying up the ground, and the autos ivvern able to run with l-ess trouble. At any hour might be E'SCIU the various con- veyances running hither and thither, carrying voters to their various poll- ing places. To the casual observer the white-gloved men representing the haclr drivers could 'be seen always at their busiest. Around the Conservative stronghold, howevvsr, the opposition drivers congregat-ed, and were kept busy. With cheerful faces the men for reciprocity hnrrfed abut the town, thinking not of the disagree- able weather, and seeing nothing bill, victory for their efforts. In decided contrast f.he appearances of the antl-re'ciprocityites, who found j fault with the weather, the streets and everything in general. Up to the time of going to press ho news of'any violence has reached the eara of. the press. On the south aide of tho trade, the day so far has pass- ed off (luietly, and any delay caused wai result of voters going to the wrong Rolls and requiring to he sworn before 'being allowed to vote. A very large percentage of the electors at'a being sworn, and every vigilance is be POLICE COURT The session of the police court this morning, held at 9 o'clock, was light one, Only one disturber of the peace appeared to answer for a D, and D, charge. Ed. Prendergest was ths vic- tims, and he got the'iisual three ami costs. Yesterday, Charles Fisher, an Eng- lish laborer from Diamond City, evid- ently feeling a natural longing for the satisfying things of life, madae bold to appropriate a loin of pork, several pounds of butter, and a bushel or BO of vegetables from the restaurant of Loo Wing in this city. He was caught in the act of getting away with the boodle -by Constable Geohe- tfan, who immediately demanded a satisfactory explanation. As this was not forthcoming, Fteh-er was slowed, away in the cells for the nlffht, and this morning was remanded until to- morrow morning he will ap- pear to answer to the 'of theft. C.P.R. MEN GIVEN CHANCE TO VOTE ing kept to insure an honest represen- tation. In North TjCthbridge.'the times have been somewhat more strenuous. Theivj, larg-e crowds ara congregat- ing about, the polling booths and some little resentment Is being met with in the case of those -being sworn. thv? constables nrfl doing their duty well, and it, is thought that the day will paia off quietly nnd in an orderly manner. Montreal, Sept. telegram was sent out today to "all officers Canadian Pacific railway, signed by the president, Sir Thomas Shaiigh- neasy, to the effect that it i-s the de- sire of the company that eni- .ployee who can possibly 'be spared from his duties, at any time today, should be given opportunity to vote, and that no questions be asked as to his poll-tics. LOCAL BUDGET The Tabor school hoard has been, empowered to borrow to com- TOOK CARBOLIC ACID Toronto, Sept. told me to take It and finish myaelf, no I have done Writing this nate, Mm, Louise R. Morgan, who roomed at SOI Ptrlinmenl stroot, took carbol- ic acid 'afiurr.uoni or.d died a time later. BORN Lethbrldge, on Sept 30, to Mr. and Mrs. J. J: tarson, 269 Seventh South, a dauchtvr. plctc their school building, fur- nishings and fence the site. II. P. Munro is triiasurcr. The following lands, namely Sec- tions 7. 8, 10, 11, H, 15, 16, 17, 18, in, 31, 22, 27, 28, 29 and "ill in Township 6 Range 8 west of the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a .School District under the name of T.hc Flowery Plain school district No. 2554 ol the Pro- vince of Alberta. Senior trustee, .Jal. Robinson, How Island. The following lands, namely; Sec- tions 17, 18, IP, 20, 211, HO, 31 and 32 in Township 9 liangc '8 and Sections U, 23, 'li, 35, 36, 3S and 36 in Township 9 Mange 19 west of l.lm Fourlh .Meridian, have been into a school district under the ol The Chin school district N'o. 2556 nf the Province of ior trustee, Jas. Uacon, Ckii. ;