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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, APRir, 9, 1015 THE LETHBRIDG E DAILY HERALD PAGE THREW GO WILD OVER NEW HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP Willard Greeted Like a King] When He Landed on Am- erican Soil- IDOLIZED BY EVERYBODY I LONDON WOULD SEE WILLARD London, April. London v, v syndicate has offered a purse of for a fighf bcLweeii v who -won the j heavy weight championship from Jack Johnson at Havana 'Just Monday, and Frank Moran of PiUsburg. .Willard will be offered 51000 ror his Unveiling expenses. Moran ivus dtjfealed by John- son in '20 rounds on points In v v Paris on June 27 of last year, and on March 29 of this year he knocked out Lombard I er Wells nt London in ten rounds. Key WcEt. FJa., April Wll- lard, tlie new heavyweight champion pugilist of the world, arrived hero late yesterday froin Havana, wliero on Monday Ue 'B'On the title Irom Jack JoJinson. A crowd of several Ihoiis- find who gathered on. the pier to greet tho new uhanipiou, became BO demon- strative that they broke do'fl'n fences and parted ropes in their eagerness io get near the Kansas giant. The po- lice had great difficulty in preserving order. k ARGUE OVER FIGHT; NEGRO IN HOSPITAL Dallas, Tex., AprB negro' Is In the emerg'uicy bospllul with his face Emashcd, and Fred Cham- bers, a white blacksmith, is churG- ed with assault ami buttery, as the rosult of nn argtiDiunt over the WIHurd-Jolmaoii fight. UhiunberB woighed 135; his op- ponent 225. "Well, Uicy didn't whip Jack said the negro, poking his head into the blacksmith shop. "Sure Uiey answered Cham- bers. "Como out, and you can liavo some of the aauiG the negro Whereupou, It allcgctl, Cham- bers tried the Wlllurd great eucceas. Jjctliljridgi: .lias at least two boxers wlio aru Lent upon entering tha cham- pionships at tidinniiLaii, April lii and 17, Morris ISuduwski and U. Chaplin. Suiluwski won the ban- championship at the last touiimmcnt hero and will make a good representative. Chaplin is a realhcnvuight and is of iiiinnown quai- iLy us a lournainunt boxer, but is rated high those who art acquaint-! ed with liiH ability, lie is a brotheri oT Art Chaplin, who fuuglit in the bantam cliiss here. There ULB other good boxers 8AGK TKA TO DAltKUlV HA1K Look years younger! Uio the time Sage Tea and Sulphur and nobody will know. II. c tournaments town who should make ihc Lrjp to Kdmonton ami probably they will 'be icanl from. '1'he hoys complain very strongly of the slioii notice.given to prepare for the Ijcuts. hi Calvary (Iicrc is quite a storm of protest being raised over H, too. The Herald 011 yood author- ity thai the governors of the boxing :anil wrestling championshipi; at Ed- monton have headed the j-i'otests re- specting the date o[ thr, meet and have postponed them until Friday and Saturday, April 30 uud Jlny 1. You cnn turn gray, faded linlr beau- tifully dark and lustrous almost over LilBhL if you'll pet u CO-ccnt bottle of "Wycth's tiaeo and Sulphur Com pound" at any drug store. Millions of bottles or Hi IB old, nuiioua Sage Tesi llcclpe are sold annually, says a well- known druggist hi-iT, beciiuflo It dark- OIIB tho lialr BO naturally and evenly that no one can tell it has bcou plied. Those whose hair Jy turning jyay. becoming faded, dry, .scrasgly and thin have a tmrrmso 'awaiting (hem. Ijt'cauEe itftei- one or iivo applications tho gray hair vanishes and your locks bcconio luxuriantly dark and beauti- 'T CLOSE i left which those who did nol go'to the front woulii have lo conlund with. Premier Firm Proinler SIflon told tbo dblegnt that he had been Interviewed by clelo- pillions from hotli nnd had had numerous requests for changes In various ucU and decided Ihiit it was in tlio Interest oC the province that no change of any kind would1 he made [in- Ill after the voto in July. The act tlie people will voto on vas an by the temperance jjcop.'c, and their bill was golnj; lo bn voted on under the same Liquor Ant and Ulec- llon Act as when tho petition wr.a pre- sented. Tho government was ilco'ilng "airly with nnd. as was thought, in the interests of the province as a dandruff yoes, scalp itching and railing hair stops. Tills Ifi the ngc of youih. Gray-! Captain Kalon, M.F.P-, was present to watch proceedings in Ihc inter- ests of die ___ SCi-eral Liberal members of the Iflg- you'Il 'bo delighted with your dark islahirc were outisnoken In condemn- liandsoinu hair and your youthful ap-jnliun of makiiiff the "soldier the goat" poarance witliin a few days. Sold byjin asking for the change. If the bars J. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Limited. Hire io-close lei it he dono because it ._ I is right, and not place the onus ou i the defenders. haired, unnaUraotivtj folks aren't wanted around, so get busy with Wy- eth's Sage and Sulphur tonight ami FIFTEENTH EPISODE TONIGHT OF THE FINAL EPISODE i I MASTER KEY ALICE JOYCE IN THE MAYOH'S SECRETARY Two Reels of Intrigue and Plotting BRONCHO BILLY'S I DECISION I AUNTIE'S PORTRAIT UNIVERSAL WEEKLY "BILLY FATAL MARRIAGE STAHLAND CONCERT ORCHESTRA v ff f.- A TAYLOR VICTOR AT SASKATOON Macon, can ub no mis- taking tile spirit of optimism that per- vades the Braves' camp at .Afacon. There isn't a player on tho squad who HS''- see another world's champion- ship [or the Boston Nationals, nntl the work dono here thus far slioivfi that tho men are'all lull of pep and gln- -1'- Joe Conolly and Johnny Evera were discussing the situation the other day, and Joe remarked that the solug would be a trifle harder tills year. "J don't think' said Evers, "t !ind that the championship bell .club j las halt its games'won beroro the first AVhen the steamship, Governor Cobb, bringing and his party Btoamcd Into the harbor after a rough trip from the Cuban capital, all tho shipping How ORES of welcome nud the IB pitched. have tho advaii- cre'ws'lined.tho rails, and yelled cheer- inK words a', the white champion.. Sev- eral government torpedo boat destroy- ers opened their sirens in welcome. WWlard stood en the upper nod repeatedly lifted his broad, brimmed black sombrero In answer. Crowd Breaki Down As the shiu ivarped into her .dock, tli e'crowd of excited menr women.and children on tlie pier craned necks for n. glimpse of Willnrd. A Sew moments later, us Willard was seen comins down the the crowd, held' his right log; Couolly Is limping bad] back until now by tbe-police, broku ,.and Sherwood IMagee Is EtIII sufferiu fences ami ropes and raced in the direction of the champion. Soon Wil- lnrd was gin-rounded by a, throng of cheering, gesticulating per- sons, and carried to an- othcr "end of the pier, where a .com- mittee from the'board bundl- ed him into u carriage for. the parade up to the town. A band headed the procession to Willard's hotel, ami lie Sa.Kkal.oon, April JacJi Taylor, tins Iota] Jieavy- _____ weight grnpplcr, uliou-ed to nd- vantnge tonight when lie ric- Cli'iCiigo, April I ack Joiir.son Jess Wcslergaunl In two may have brought more trouble out of tllrce falls- The first himself by obtaining an fa" went-Lo Taylor in min- passnort in Havana yesterday, cording to dyne, ules 34 seconds on a bar arm 'lolci; tne second to Wester- States district aUoniey, who today sannl on. a eido chancery and discussed reports that Johnson had Ufir ;irin m 1 minutes .12 suc- omjBf snd ihir on a. double bar hold in 30 min- utes and sworn fie had never been convicted of a felony in the United States, that no charge was pending against him, and that he was not subject to ar- J rest if he returned tn America. If Llie rcpotis said from Havana arts Mr. Olyne. "the state department will have cause lor THE BOWLING COMPETITION New York, A.uril Two new Learns Puris, April S. French troops from Africa are ready to assist ihc allluil fleets and llieii1 expeditionary fore i against Turkey. The following of clal statement was issued by the Ori'ice tonight: _, "The oC the 0 ieui, ivJiich ivns jjJaced under CD; nnuid of. Geucral A. L. G. D'Amat nnii Concentrated jit Bizerta, (a for flud -seaport of Tunis. Africa) to pe feet jls organization, has effected th voyage of the Levant under the be of conditions. has been 'read action against Johnson for obtaining i worked into the First five leaden, in the..passport fraudulently. But what tue five-men fixture of the National action the government j'nay I, J Bowling .-association chunipioneliJi) of course, cannot say. As a matter tournament" tonight, -when the Sagin- uf fact, ifc is tlie genera! opinion here that Johnson is of less expense to the government ii he stays away." ftw No. 2 conibliifitlon rolled i nto third place ivitli a tcta'i of 2749. and the Prudential No. 2 Newark, N.J., made fifth 'with 2721. There were no lage over tbem in the.start, though, of course, it will hard playing all year. "The rest of the teams are going to the season, 'they'have sent out against us eve day, but with all that I think that t eilgo will be with us." The hospital list has been a lltt longer than usual this year. Marti tho young Infielde'r, has n broken le[ Flank Gowdy has Buffered with Schmidt jiidled a tendon FFY ilouble and single sanies today, nadirs of are still the live-men team with 2S05. Ca- ril HOUCK BEAT KNOCKOUT BROWN Atlanta, Houck of Philadelphia was awarded a deci- sion over "Knockout" Brown of Chi- from a lame shoulder. "was given an enthusiastic greeting all the way. Lnter. when WiHard was'sliown telegvam offering f 'as a purse lor a fight with Frank Moran, he aald: "Pshaw'! 1 dou't know Hnythmg about my future plans. See Tom In- dicating .his malinger. Joues, after reading the telegram, aald emphati- cally that. WHJard would not nine mpnths.'or a .year. Jonct Tells of Willard's Plans' 'eald Jones, "has .been training for a year and hair, and has earned a rest. He la going to tour the country, picking up tbat IP diie him, for you kno'w1 Willard has -not made any big money out of thla fight. "After JCBS lias completed his tour Lad .a rest, he will be ready to de- ,1 fend ttia. title against 'any heavy- the New York.Natlonale, a to 4. weight tho public may.think worthy. wfll never fight another negro and not meet any joke .-Yanks a Lot the Beit Richmond, .New YorL' Ai ericnns defeated .tlie Richmond Inte nationals to 3. Good Practice Washington, Washingtp Americans defeated the'Brooklyn Ni tlonals here, 6 to 4. r Groat HIHfng -Naihville. Chicago Xa tiorials hit two NaBhvllle Southern ai Boclation pitchers for IT bits, and wo 12 to 1. Those Win Fort Smith, Chicago Am erfcana 'defeated the St. Paul Amer can association team here, G to 1.'- So Do Pirates Birmingham, AJa, The Pittsbur Nationals defoateil the Birniinghan Southern association team. ,10 to 2. Thit la Different New The New Sou tli erl. club defeatei time, lipwerer, that a real white-con- gjye_a 'Indlcationi of real ability and popular eupport, Jeaa.wWl tie found ready to. meetrhim for the title in any part of the world.' ilembere-of the, party, aaid that at the farewell meeting -between Johnson nud Willard (a H-u'ctna lust be fort tlie latter Balled for this country, Johnson turned to a friend and wish I were going back to the" States. It cer- tainly la hard. to be exiled this .way." Loadersliip of the .Y. 3T. C. A. In- cloor JJasehall-League belongs to tho Uusincss Men just .now. They broke l-lic.thicc-coriiercd tic Wednesday'af- lernooiivby defeating the Real Es- tate squad runs to 21, tlie'winners piit the game on ico.'ln the previous the they led by IB.'-then the Business Men .scored '-R and 7 in. the sixth and seventh' and, took si com- the Real Estate tailed to tlircacon. Tho score by innings'- liuslness. men .........a-I 1 4-11 5 7-31 Real EsUto 6'3 8 0 'Batterienr-K. D- Johnspn and' Ra- worth Ross and McArthuri The teams v, HUsincss Mfn-Hulpatli, K. John- lUu-brth, Urymner, Robetlsdii, "Rjivirisori, Kcttl Instate AlcArthiir, Napt Pick Up ChattfliiooKa's Southern .association team Was feated by the Cleveland Americans 10 to 2. x Fine for RooklfE City, .Chicago Am erican (second! teim) Sioux City Western 4, U Right Philadelphia, -Philadael pliia- American .JeBBue- team defeated IhVlocal National leaguers-in the on nf SAme of the spring leries here by the score of 2 to 0. Euch held the Nationals to one -while the Ath- letics .touched up Rises'for nine.hlla. runny thing about Bat. IK that he generally makes good on what lie aMeait he 'willing to back It ,np. AVHh a pair of hands he'd showJa-lot1 of those near tnpions fancy moTemc TRAVELLERS, club m'lli tate f plaw. AH be preienl. 4 f> 4 ,cago, in ;i toh-rcund hcuc liere tonight. 01 Chicago, met in a ten-round fight The men are here tonight. Newspaper opinion gave WHEN YOLJ'-nE.''NOT FEELING. RATIONAL TRY THE FOX TROT PhllaQelnhln, -'pa., April trotyng_ifi, good .for insanely, Recording tortile hos- pital for the irisane; .'Vhere tlie pa- Duffy the decision. DuiTy over the weight limit, which bad been set al 135 pounds at nine o'clock. At that hour'he was pounds, and he cn- tercrt tlie ring an Jiour later weighing 1-10 pounds. White was 135 pounds. Dufiy's chance looked slim in Ihir I tlente enjoy the dances at a foul. He evened matters in- the. next round fay flooring White with a. right swing, and after that kept the lead. WHITNEY'S BLOODED MARE DIES Valued at Expires at Brookdale Farm New York, N.Y.r April death of Baahti, a prize brood mare, at larry Payne Whitney's Brookdale 'arm, became known today. Baahti was by Adam, a French stallion. Mr.- Whitney paid the the disposal sale of the New- castle .stable at Saratoga. Springs in 1910, .in tiifejiope-.qf wlnriinu the Fut- irlty. She .to S. C. 'Hil- dreth's Novelty in itfaVrar.e, hut later iron the filly half of' the Jlatron [takes. declsron bout Friday 'night, nounced that Mandot li matched to Freddie middle of BRITAIN TO ANSWER NOTE the American note concerning the plan of the Al- lies, for cutting off trade to and from .Germany, does not ask specifically for a rep'-iy, an answer will be" sent by the foreign office in-th? near future. The note invites.further discussion of sev- eral points .concerning" which the rights of lientral commerce are riot fully defined, anil these points will he taken" up by the British government Jn its'communication. Tliis-'reply probably ivJll be made upon the return of the Foreign Min- ieter, "Eir "Edward about two weeks. SPANISH PRISONER FAKE DRESSED IN NEW GAR Yard warns th public against a. new version of th old Spanish prisoner swindle. Thi time It Is not a Spaniard who ha hidden a war chest of the Car lists i an accesible mountain, and appeals t seme one to accept half the content in return lor furnishing him with be! money. _, In the new version of-tlie swindle i a Belgian. The Belgian, on th death of his master in the elego Liege, fled with in Bank o England notes. He is now in troubl in Spain, and will with half o the notes to anyone helping him ou of the scrape with a.kittle" ready cash A large number "of these swindling letters have been sent to England, am" Scotland 'Yard men suspect tbe garni la' also being worked Jn the United States. worth of Dominion THIS Co. Bank notes.were burned in Van couver IVertncsday. were more than five dollar bills in. the pile when the match was applied. GCWANS SOLID CHOCOLATE MAPLEBUDS For bites between meals there is nothing equal to Maple the good- ness .of the Indies seems to be caught and prisoned in these pure, veiyei- smooth bits of solid choco- they're so whole- some and nourishing too. FMPRESQ "CHEERFUL AND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW The Mystery Episode of the Bag of most in- teresting yet, The Uvo part drama Fatty's corking good. Keystone A War Weekly and Another Good Plcturs Song by Mr, Gco. Fleming and Badman THE EMPRESS.. .MUSIC Next Monday another of those pleasing -and delight- ful multip.'e reel Kcyjtone "THE HOME BREAKERS" 'THE M YSTE RY" AT THE EMPRESS Tn "Tlie Bag of th twelfth episode of this the conspirators havo convinced tli superintendent of the Zudora mine, b means oC forged that the mia belongs to them, so ha reporto t them, but becomes auspicious whe: ordered by Madame IDuval to bring th mine's output to New York, termiues to locate Zudora, and fim out how matters stand before deln eriug the gems. When he arrives howevei'j he happens to be .taken .t Ulctdame Duval'e Itousc, where In jives a graphic account. of the find which means millions to.thosa in pos session of the mine. Tom Hunt, th detective, overhears tlie account, iim :clla Jim Baird, and the two- lorn lilans to secure -the diamonds, am :ake them from two gunmen, who ere taKing them to he them ;o Zudora. The conspirators .deter mine to send Howard, the mine sup erintendent back, but he refuses to b' frightened., ao he and Zudora, are hid napped and imprisoned in a aanator lim, fi'o'm which they are rescued by daring work-_on the.-part of Board Hunt and Storm. There will be five other; good-re'eifl 'The Cripple" is a two-part drama, "in which.a man saves the ife of hie sweetheart's receiv ng injuries which require an opera ton to cure. The operations, however cures his deformity, and all ends hap illy. "The Forest Thieves" is a story if a frustrated attempt to steal some >f the.puhlic forest lands. "Fatty's Finish" "is a Keystone of" the usual ixcfilence, and'the War Weekly will IB-found oi particular interest- Music ly the Empress rounds .out a good programme. STARLAND Starland is sure offering somethins in the way of a diversified- program or "this Wek-end. The big. feature, .of o.urse, will be the final of "The Has- er and needless to. say all most interesdnff.serial will e-there, in force. Alice Joyce e seen in the "The fayor's a political draina. HUo Illtchie 'will Introduce numerous pranki and .humorous, cdditles. n the one-act farce "The-Fatal Wed- ing, whilst Sydney D'rew.will be seen an entirely comedy the one-reel laughing sensation Auntie's Portrait." A Universal Veekly and a thrilling 'Broncho Billy esterner, will make un a bill calcii- ated to. please every patron. ORPHEUM Amateur night'nt the popular play- ouse will be the stellar attraction at his evening's performance. Eight cts of local talent have been secured nd an enjpya'ble eveninfeV entertain- ent will be. given. Man'tnto; the raag- named' "the king of :niy8- ew ie 'heard (u BOnea- Jeff dddrow, the tencr the ar-old -wllr- also heard (intlrely. new- songs., "Driiiglng In the three-part itiire '.from, the itiidlbivof 'the Cot radq Pliiture Co., 1i' ttje ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE'OF 0 U A-L IT Y AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE Big 'Amateur Night Toiiigiit BIG Don't thii array of Local Talent The Magical King of Myctory Dolly Freedman >ln latest song sueceiiea Jell Woodi-ow Tetior singengf the old ballad) Bringing in the Law A three part Western the beat in recent timei, featur- ing the'Clbolj Kid, the Qunman .in the world. Cupid the Victor A ofvupuiupl merit the Sammy's, A Woodland! Comedy, that la a fcure .cure.for Monday: OPENING OF OUR. FARM .FESTIVAL S." KEEP TJRIG ACID- OTIT OF JOINTS Tejli Rheumatlim Su.fferera to Eat Leas Meat and Rheumaticmv isv easier to avoid thaq o cure, states .a jwell-kriowtl: Ve are adylaod '.to keep tUe feet dry; avoid, eat; leisv meat, but drink plenty, ot good -irater. RlieumaUsm is a direct result oE jattng too much, and other liich; opda that produce uriciacidrwhicji is' ibeotbwl-> mto> the acid from, the blood and cast It out In .Ico a means of. freeing the 'blood .ot his impurity. In damp and chUly: old weather the'skin pores are.clopetf hus forcing the. kidneys to do double: work, they 'become-week- and ilust. Ish and fall to eliminate the uric eld. keeps aMumulatlris" irculatlnp through the Bystem, .STent; ally settling' in the joints and miw- les ctuaing. stiff ness. aorcnesir aatj1 ain called rlieumattBm; of rier (ronounced th> western feature up.-to e preieut time., .VWrif i Cryiui .titalf'nul to; ther with "Cupid the v m reaming .comedyXof uBiiiai.! merit om the fplklr rommnie. ;et. from 'any pharmacy about four' iincet of Jait Salui; put a tablwpooc- ul in a glaaa of water and drink te- ore each ;'a; iThis is cid 'ty.iatimulalinf s.thVj.ijIJlneyi ,tp. ormal action, thue ridding the blood'. of tocse IrnpurltlM. V v-'; Jad is (noiucniive, .hirmleia: made frooijthe acid of ipd lemon jul ;