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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL I, 1915 THE LETIIHRinGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THHEB Theft Charge Against Ed. Bro- zen, Alias Chas. Meyers, by Calgary Police TAKEN IN CHARGE HERE Tlml team ot cross conllu- fnt walkers, known as Charles Mulicr nnd Joseph ileym'B, who Bliirled out i'rcm Calgary last Thursday mornlns on n iillic Xcw York, had I hair luiiin walk Jihrupt-ly terminated litire. .Meyers. real name appears ID be Erozen, Jinj-e yesterday At I he Alexandra llo- liy -DcLeciiva Kane, on ti the It i-hai'gu nyon advice rcceivod from Cul- police iHiailquarcorfl, uliag Jierers, had .'list como JUlo the fily .Monarch, arriving hero ab- (JUL II o'crlctli, when laken into cns- by the- local ytjice. IIo wae ac- by Mauer, his imrliipr in lijf Jjilre to Ne'ir York, which place ilicy wero bound to retch by August 1, in ordur to win a prize of H js supposed thai the NewB-T p'-ani of Calgary aud C'cJHef'u Woetly, -Veiv York, are behind the two young Calftarians in their -walk against time. The young ineik.were travelling 'tight linil uudor bond net to itccept trnns- in nny form other than that furnished liy their own pedal efforts. further, they wero to thalr own living expense! en route, mid to se- the signature cT the principal (ligntfldHS of tho iminicliialltlaK 1h rough ivincli they They sLart- c-d from Calgary 'with ent tuat recommendation characters signed by city officials, nnd that coalaJJied the date of tliolr departure, tne nature of their projected trip and to their 5001! I to Calgary to- (iay, whero .he 'face ihe. charge 1'rough t against him. If he is ulearud in time, U IB understood ihat ho nnd 3lp.aer will continue an their Jrom'bere to New York. Tcuqh Luck "I've been'wealing the suit of clcilhc? five years. That's tough." "Oi course, it Jjui I'm off ,iban you. Tya had the same automobile for five FOOTBALL MATCH AT BALL PARK The football mulch between the city league eleven and the battery boys will take plncc at (.he -Uai'J Park tomorrow morning ;it 11 Thu rollowliiK players, from which the lennuo team will be selected, are asketi (o lib jit the JJull jjarjr by JO.-10 gharp: Dunlop, Mclnlyre, HoHand, finston, llolberton, Percy Fav- iJannonujui ICntgul, Shaw. AHiyte, Tcniiiait W. Unniux M. Desiwlch, ITmnich and Turner. HIT UD IN FI1FTH Out Plan of CaiiiiKiign for Monday's Man, ;it Havana Negro A (raid of No Black or Gold American lor JoluiHon, Win, Lose or mm TEAM he readies tlic nice truck on tlie dav will in better shape for tho Willard fight tliim he when he [ought Jcl'iries." This statement was made yester- day morning IJoli Armstrong, one of Jack's trainers. Armstrong ff helped train JrHrics in (he Keno bat- tle, i j Aiid Jolnisnii expects to retain Ms i of the iighl. Johnson wants American gold, und Peorla, 111., MnfOi JI. Vlfircc .-V three-cornered tic has been prcri- of Pueblo, (lo'lo., wan the champion- piLatud in V.M.C.A. indoor, haso- shlp hi the Kluglcs with n score of 711 bull league, (he result of the ill the Amorlcuu IfowIIiiK Congress (junto yesterday .'lUcrnoon, louhiameiH Uwt closed licro last] the Herald (Mcatcd Men Wall or Cook of Phlludolphin I by 21 to 2U, nnd an innings Lo spare, enmo second wllh CUT, anil 11. Grut- There were no moments during the session anybydy'.s and until Jnlin ur Chicago Llilrd, with Fferua'a mark of 711 eeln remrti In llio A.ll.C., Dip highest jiro- vIouB record held by T. Haley of Detroit, wliu rolled 705 In 1910. Thu In iho went (o ll. Allen ittid 11. Atton of luade Malonty oltc of Kllzabelh. N.J.. yes- Ltmhiy rollad 281 und tii'c tied for No where you are, that '.second..nliiuu 'with R. J. Kelley and A. gold money buys anything you ivanf, I Tcouiel of the ontiru Hum had hceri deposited iiJlroii, who n safe deposit viiuJl in shining gohliiimi J. No cables- of hostiliiics untl it was aine right Iroui hostilities ceased. The a plnlc of soup to an automo-1 The Durvy KcttelerH Clitesgo declared Johnson. "So ghnnicjlook tho in the Ilvc- by llllne ln >j dieted thud he Voulil send Jess Will-. aril into shiinhcrhind before the Iwen-1 cashier's imiENl) TO GET CASH [oiiiiti of their liyht on April 5, big black mows wimt he I says. He is convinced thai, lie is the master oi all black Jesse debut into thu nijied arena tlutc'g Irom Ihe early part ot 1911. Of Lhe righta he has foiitilii good, bad and iudifl'afciit fighters, lio has won 17 over tlip, knockout route.' Five bo.nts lie won on iioints, and four In whicli he enguged were anuounc- od ;is uo-tleclslon affairs, In ivlilch n victor not were prohnbly draws. Wlllard's del'caW are two in loeliig the first battle of his ring career to l.ouls (''ink and the other to Gunboat Smith. Here is> his re- cord: 1911 Fob. TO Marftn Burks........K, March Fink April Mandeno. April Cavunaugh July ShiHer.. .Juiy Lyon i and rcar-s no man in tliu twen- ty-fonr-foot ring. "I ivill Jfnoclf out U'ilJard before the twentieth said Johnson. "H will lake me four or live rounds to find out what he has up his sleeve, and after llidt il will be easy for me !o jjjap out my plan iind send him into dreamland. Wllard's size docs not worry me. Mis tallncss makes the solar plexus all the more vulnerable, also lily jaw uppcrculs." ..K. ..K. K. W. W. AMATEUR BASEBALL MEETING MONDAY city amateur baseball v league team represenlath'as and JiUpjjortei'K 'are asked -to meat al Y.M.C.A.- Mondty evening at S o'clock. Instead of tomorro'w evtmlns. Every- The July CoralBkey. 1912 v To.unff. .K. Iime Dowera ..1C. Young........K. July Felkey___ X.D. Aug. McCarthy......N.D. Dec. .While......'K. Dec, Kenrna ,K. 1913 ,lan. Bauer......K. March Leou.. tv. JlRy Smith.....L. June Miller.. ,.U. .luly Williams .......W. Aug. Noi'. Nor. Dee. Dec. Daviu ......K. Dec. Rode.I.... ,K. March ..N.D. April April Kodgl .....K. Tho Ever-Preient CBIUK Belli the row between this man nad woman? r sec they're married there any-'olher reason for the Ledser. JOILVSON FAST SHU-TV Despite the reports (hat have been circnlalfd of Hie poor condition ot the champion, ihe titlchuldcr never looked belter. He is as fast nnd as shirty 0s ever his wind is in Tine condition and his heart action, per- fect. He boxes ten to fifteen rounds daily without resting between rounds. Three sparring partners alternate in "As soon as one finishes a round an- other jumps in. The sparring putt- nets arc Bob 'Armstrong, the big in1- jgro, Colin Hell and "Steamboat" 4 Hill Scott. Johnson's defense is ppr- jljiect. He also shows he is nut afraid 4 oi the "punch." Purposely he lets his] guard drop, and allows his sparring partners to hit him on the stomach or jaw. Armstrong hit the champion in one exhibition six times on the jaw, and Scott sent over twenty punches to the stomach. AH of them were terrific wallops, hut none 01. them seemed to hurt the or at least he did not appear Lo mind tl'Q punches CHAMPION WEIGHS POUNDS Johnson weighs 238 pounds. He enter the ring weighing: about -225 pounds. U'illard tipped the heani al eight light, .tagc of about fifteen -pounds over nie "Big J Smoke." AVillard is not-pubting any flourish- es on his training. He is going along in a smootli way, working hard to be ant! goes about, his worlf with n air oi confidence that hia trainers say bodes ill for the champion.. The betting on the fight is varying i the odds being from 7 to to i that, Johiison JOHNSON COIN IN BANK Thirty thousand -dollars, in Ameri- can gold has been deposited in a Ha- vana bank subject to the order of Stakeholder "Bob" Vgrnon. This is sum Johnson will be handed when has been made out for the money iu favor of Stake- holder Ven.oiK Uclore Johnson gets into the ring this receipt will be in- dorsed to him, and a trusted friend will hold it while Johnson is battling through the riiiR through Ihe men event, with SL tscure of "307. New J javcMis of New Haven second, iritji 2892 and Loiters Gold Medals of Indianapolis, third, with 2S4S. M. F. Kaetx oT Chicago capturpil the championship in the nll-ei'enLs n-llli ISOr. JOE HANDS BOUQUET TO LAJOlE forty-Jive rounds or less. Johnson anticipates no trouble in getting his money nut of Cuba. This country is a debtor's They can suuinioii-s a wan 10 court in Cuba for debt, hut limy cannot collect a Wap J0e judgment, lie has three years Manager Thinks Mack Made Wise Selection nirmiiigliiiiii, manager of the thlulis Connie Mack wade a Uusincss Men died hard, scoring live runs in the last inning and coming H'itJiin nn ace of tue score. The Business changed their battery frequently. Raworth, Stcw- ai't and McAriluir taking turns in tlin i.nx, and Stewart. Mc.ArUtur ttnd Kl.sJiLT doing the receiving behind, the bat in turn. pilclieil innings foe Hit: Herald in approved style, but in the I seventh hit: iving nent, hack OQ him -.vise move whn.n he secui'ed Xa jolo to Ding up Hie inrielu gap left by which to pay the judgment before any [the sale of Kddie Ucfore drastic action can be taken against {leaving home Birmingham doclar- liim- 'ed that Lajulo iy Htill a premier brill] .NO JUUOJIKXT G01CR I player, dcsuite his age "He had a lit- No judgment obtained against Jolm-jfr trouble with his less Jast sun in the United Slates can col-1 said Birmiasbam "but, nlaying- be- in Cuba, so the anxious hold- tween Barry and McTnnlB, this will crs of these Revcral judgments might never be noticed. Larry will be hit- as well save their time ii they try ting abovp this year, loo. or I miss to collect. Johnson Iris usual mv guess." sagacity, looked up all UHMJB points, thcji satislied money was safe in Cuba, that the Limited "Ho'w out style she looks." not? Her ivho'Je aJlon-an for clothes is only three-quarters her husband's Does It Now wisli some one would In- vent an alarm dock that "would, not cn'ly wake ono up ,hut. make one want to get .up, does makes me -want to get up and fire it out the Transcript. and will take about pounds .netorc the day oi the This will give liim an uiivanta IRMPRESQ __ The House of Big Things 15C and Kvaus was called into the firing line. The HcraUi's new pitching ae- to the king's taslc. One rdn and no hits was the sum total the business Men got oil Evans' offering, a couple ol fielding! errors accounting lor the one tally I made. TJio Dusiiicss Men, Real P'sfcatc and IJerald have each won two games and lost two- The line-up Evuiis Kane, Frey, Long, Nicholson, Buchanan, Carley. Business Men Fisher, McElyca, Stewart, McArthur, Kawortli, David- m. Score by innings Business ilen -112 431 5-20 Herald 3H 70U 21 ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE'OF QUALITY AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE CouiiU-y 'Tonight First prize will be One Pedl- greed Goose, Other con- Ist of useful Grocery and Toilet Articles. Bti-LY STEWART Nut Comedian In Sidewalk Pat- ter and Popular Parodies. LA VAULE RABINEAU The Dainty Little Maid and the City Chap In a Novelty Cartoon- 1st Act RUNAWAY JUNE The First Episode In two psrts of Geo. Randolph Chester's won- derful Serial. HIS NEIGHBOR'S PANTS A Screaming Comedy with ft laugh in every flicker. THE CHASER A Comedy that Is Just a little different from most. JOE'S RETRIBUTION A drama of exceptional merit, full of exciting and intense In- cidents. SOUL MATES A comedy from the Luna Fun Factory featuring the Inimitable Dot Farley Tomorrow, Amateur Night if PARAMOUNT NIGHT TONIGHT DANIEL FROHMAN Presents the inimitable JOHN BARRYMORE Jii H. Souchet's Comedy Triumph THEMAN FROM MEXICO THE BEST FEATURE PRODUCTION EVER SHOWN IN LETHBRIDGE. AN EXCELLENT KEYSTONE COMEDY Song-by Mr. G. E. Fleming The Empress Tomorrow, a Special Holiday Programme has been arranged for Young and Matinee 5c. TONIGHT THE SOUL STIRRING LUBIN FEATURE "A SOLDIER OF PEACE" Saved a Watch The Tattered Duke "Snakeville's Rclonu Wave" Special Good Friday'Program LAST SpRjES BUT ONE The Master Key CORNET AND TROMBONE DUET BY MESSRS. VAN HECKE AND MILLER AND OUR FIRST BIG BROADWAY STAR FEATURE "TWO WOMEN" SOLDIER" PLAVB RETURN MBNT TOMOHROW AND SATURDAY tKeatM -will be garttd in. -holiday .attita lomotrow (Good Ftiaay) and- Saturday .on the occasion of'tbe return of ,lhe ihost popular comic opera ol re- cfnt. jrara, "Tho Chocolate Soldier." Whon this reroarliablo attraction pliy- ;thft; Majestic Thealtf two months ago, humdreili oi people were uuaiile toi gam adbiissipn .to the lilleti to capacity. At tliat time, all the available standing loom was tdan up. Manager Brown, ..of .ma4e ike jromln that he would, indeaTor to secure a of tamecora- iiaiy, hit confident thnt it would niMtwiih tin of local The return engagement has Men Hcurnl. "The Chocolate irill again make Ms appear- ancc-tornotrow and -Saturday. In accdril :Vith the holiday spirit, spe- cial utntiDMc will be Riven on Good and, Saliirdaj- at ahup, and both evining pcrlorm- will roinmeDce at. By playing return' in ..the cilice. .a mderaWc -anns has Lrcn mnrlr HI travelling eKponaes iml the tompanv muifen-nil haic ileddrd 1o the benffit of Ihi EiuhiR made The hfit scat; For nil he aoirt al tim dollar Ue-jrrvR, tions mar now hr mirif foi night perfortnMCM at the Hiillei DniR Co 2 NIGHTS Good Friday and Saturday MATINEES April 2nd and 3rd IMMENSE HOLIDAY AHRACTION The Famous Whitney Opera Company present the World's Famous Comic Opera ..7 _ SPECIAL SYMPHONY ORGHESTRA Stunning Beauty Chorus SOLDIER BOIH mm: STrSSis Seats Now Selling at the Medley Drug Co ;