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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta T1TB LFrnBRTDGR IMILV HERALD Friday, Dt-cemlmr 1, .19.11. Cigiri, fobaccoi, Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairi Dominion Block, poslte Court Houie MURPHY TOOK AN AWFUJVBE ATING Packey Me Far land Failed to Put His Opponent Out and Loses'Prestige as a Fighter of Championship Broken Finished Strongest but McFariand Won Decision San Francisco, 'iJO; jMcFi.rh.iHl. the idol-.of tlie .ChK'ugo wun'jind -lust today, lie was awi.nifMi ''Hiirlfsm Tummy'' -Murphy al oi twenty rounds' oi fifth ting 'DCforu fciv thousand .sjieclators McFarlnnd's victory ihe iNew Vork wh.O'.i. ninety. I't-T rent, of him .to Itnock out. was dean and lent lit- llo room for .irgiihient. Hut the-rank nnil iile of mnl fight a-llnwcrs vromcil muwimuus in titr view tint! as ait opponent ni rhnmpion'.Vd lilie C'liicatjonn UMK an impossibility. His imni-wrn victory over Murphy caused of disappoint incut; liph! fi.llnvviTR u-liicli they Iict backward in cxpressinp. thai he had bis right hand in '1he tweniy rounds ami a cursory ex- amination, at the ciinduskin of the battle showed thni number to be bad- puffed and swollen, but of this lint public was not aware, until after it _.yl} fnp McFurlaml gave had filed om of ilic arena. exhibition oi smO'tlicring lUcKarland, if ho really Ms ant) thai culled for Jiiind, fought a wonderful battle, j cheers. He opened cuts over Mur- Miirpliy. On the other hand, gave aiijuhy's eyas and damaged his left ear, inhibition of eamcness nnA ability to j until it looked like an cgR. In the come back mroiy MTU in a prixt? ring. face of this rapid fire the strong j Duriiie; thf early rmmds. "Me Furl ami j hearted lit easterner fought McFarland Failed to Show Enough Class in His Bout Yesterday to Entitle Him to Meet Wolgast for the World's Lightweight Not There With the Necessary Punch HARLAM TOMMY MURPHY [Rifles Shoot Straight and Strong name "Winchester" on rifle turret is the of accumte and .maag. shooting. Thin is to the excellence Of Winchester barrels, ihe knowledge experience embodied in their nun u fact urs the care taken in targeting them., Only good guns ever leave t one factory. For use Winchester ,'gutiit for all your .shooting And WinchtHer make of ammunition for all your guns. FHEE: nanu-dirf Hitirm on a pttttat tor our Itrtt itluslrtltJ caUhfm. WINCHESTER RKPKATIMG AHM9 CO.. NEW HAVEN, CONN. I LOYAL ORDER MOOSE PLANS_GRAND BALL To be Held in K. of P. Hall 11th of This Month Something Strange and New in Dancing to be Shown-Mpre Members Joined Last Night JOHNSON GETS HIMSELF IN BAD IN ENGLAND MUCH AFTER THE SAME FASHION AS HE DID IN AMERICA London, Nov.' Jack John- son, the champion pugilist, is hoodooed land, has been, since his arrival here little Harlem every minute and made bette of! showing in the lost two rounds than [one who has anything to do with the lairfy smothered lighter wiih a variety from which ihpre was noiilid McFariand. Foi Once he sent Murphy Hal un i battle was dec-sided. Then ii'was but Tommy was up in a j noticed that -McKar.and began to i rice apparently none tin r Mast summer, is the opinion of every- other event outside the regularly or- ganized clubslooks like being ched. Bombardier --and Fred Stor- beck. the South jjfrican chainpiort7 matched to in'eet iU-t'ho National Sport- twelve rounds the [big smoke. His motor car lUflicuIties have boon as numerous as in the States, and for passion ing club on December 18 for a side and ii of which will go fo tfle winner ami- the worse mrUiow down and seemingly had tired. same reason-bis passion -'for fo EacU'riian will wear. Kcprntpcllv ilurplir but In scvemrof the succpwlimr rounds he -speeding. Only the other day he was h H'a'nl-nS fouthf out of tin- into j would spurt and pmnnH "his antnS- jfined at Newcastle for or .the men and appeared I linmerdfullv. but Murphyjmight of the John to he in great distress, hut the well with ik's-pernt.oii and some oi hi: e defined punch was not forthciyning to (body punches made dwp impression give him his .quietus. 'on his opponent. MAY PLAY SUNDAY LACROSSE IN THE EAST '3lbnireal, Nov. Will the Big Four play. Sunday lacrosse? A man on the inside pays they will on Uit1 aHaisonneuve grounds Montreal, is nothing against the law in this Sabbath breaking departure, but it Is certainly against all ihe traditions game and of .the men who have controlled it. Hitherto to jiiay lac- rosse on Sunday even in was .suspension in the C.L.A. j v> lind the X.L.A." teams liave always re-- a spected the law under which they liave. been raised. The if attempted, IB (likely to come to a sudden cropper when it reaches Archbishop Brtichosi. It .may get by the Big Pour mag- nates but ihe Tovontos, Tecumsehs, Nationals and Irish Canadians will scarcely be able to salve the Arch- bishop's conscience, turning up manfully In self-defense lie sent a solicitor to plead that he was ill" to-.appear, notwithstanrt A HOCKEY PLAYER WEDS Calgary, Nov. Pou- lin, the well known hockey player. as (iiiictly married here yesterday, to .Calgary. girl, Miss Marie .McCanl. lug that he a show at Birming- ham. In a London court he will he called upon, to a claim for nOO on an -l.O.U. which lie gave to James White, the unlucky promoter of the Johnston-Wells con- test ,for that amount. "Johnson got at least out of White, but the balance over the l.O.U, amount wrrs toward training for the event. That he declined to return the amount bcr- rosved does not make him looit good. A firm of jewellers who Allowed Johnson to take away some diamonds: son ho'Odop.- The last important one was ihat Jh which La'hgfprd finished Ian Hague, then English four rounds. OTTAWA HOCKEY TEAM TOO! STRONG Toronto and Tecumsehs Practically Out of the Race Before4ieason 'Starts. i Ottawa, Nov. of the Ot- tawa Hockey club announced th'eir ac- on approval are also asking pertinent jcaptance of the .National Association queetlons as to" whether he will re- jschedule. The schedule calls for twen- turn. the precious stones or pay foi'jfy games from each six clubs. left last i the cpust where "Skinner" i; with Lester Patrick's Victoria hockey team.. ''tbcm- Alid Hllgh D' ilclntc3h threat- or an average of two per week from n t0 trora 'Sydner withiDccenibeifc37, nntii March. IS. signed Wa a contract .ijkeu-ise double, travelling expenses with Mclntosh to go on a lecture tour thanks to the admittance of 'two Tor SETS NEW WALKING RECORDS eorge Gouldlng of Canada Low- ers Time for Three ivliies and Two Intervening Distances George Colliding of Cniwida, holder" of ;tho world's one mile' record, broke three wor- ld's records at New Vork last week. In a, three mile walk lie. passed the mile and half mark -two seconds better than the previous time; the two mile mark in three and three fifths seconds better ,and the three mile mark in and: three-fffth seconds better. F. P. JIurray made ihe previous records in the early eighties. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE A TOUGH SEASON through ihe east, give exhibitions and Onto teams. take part in two contests at Sidney, Australia. Johnson was to receive foil the eight mpiUb-s the coii- trac.t lasted. jMdntosii booked pas- sages for the Texan and his entour- jage and also advanced the champion some money on account. Me WAS to have sailed on The Orvietp which left homlon September 20, but when his fight, with Wells was called off John- son announced his retirement from GIQAREITIS Fears are entertained however, tha: the Torontos and Tecumsehs will be practically out of the race before ihej appear on. their own rink, wliich not, be ready until the latter part ol January. The Ottawas look too strong for the other teams as Licli ensteln, the Wanderer president is asking the Ottawas t'o call off.-jiegbtia Lions for Taylor without whom ho fears his team will not be strong the ring. But nover yel'has he re-j enough. The" Canadians to ba turned to Mclntosh any part of .thoithe only dangerous team. There .will not he any Stanlc-v Cup games prior to the opening of the league season. dde intfie advanced money. And to .Mclutpsh he owes in a great measure his present position, as it way the Sydney pro- moter that induced Burns ;io meet him. Aside from affairs Johnson has been succesBfully sued by land- ladies for damages done, to tlata he leased; he lias been refused the lease BOXER'S Sporting Editor, Lethbrldgc Herald: Dear I hereby 'oIiallpngQ- any or pound boxer in the OroVs of tlie' Waverlcy market, Kdlnburgh, ,Nfl Pass for in >i in ci nj.y iiini for a serins oDlactilros and has been Jlarshall preferred, the .bout to the cause ot an outcry HKiiinst mixed hnxing in Rnglnnd. A nice record for six months is it not? Promoters Get in Bad The stopping, of the Wells-Johnson light has wrought in Us train a imst of miseries for boxers ami promoters j Twenty-round contesi-j itre legal in this country, but ever since (he rioW at Agricultural Hall and AsUey's twen- ty yenre ago, ivhlch .were run by Frlnk Hind, police protection bus been'with- drawn from them. It was ,thal cir- cumstance whlcll Itrought about the formation ,of the National Sporting Club. Now it. seems that.every chief constable (police is a law to himself, and all over -the United Kingdom the police 'neads fire i preventing -the holdinc of contests. The affair, wliich was pchedulcd for IJocmber 2, A, itlnning; iiam.-is sui-e to called off, and overyj take place before Dec. 15th.. MOHRIS, The Cape Breton Middleweight. Eellcvue, Alta, rla tKe only water from the Ciledonin Spring.'. hence merits title of THE WATER OF QtMUTY riACIdoes you good it good to drink. C.C. PAGMUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. L.thbrldje, AIU ,1. J-- PLAYERS CALLED UPON TO PER FORM ALMOST EVERY OTHER GOAL KEEPED NEEDED Ottawa, Nov. analysis ot the schedule published yestrday is sufli- cion-t to convince one that the forth- coming season of the National Hock- ey association will be a gruelling one. The schedule, parting December 27 closing March IK, extends over -twelve weeks' ,during which each of tlra six teams must, play tweniy games or almost two e-acli week. In propor- tion to tlie time occupied the schedule will be the hardest that any Canadian league has ever been up against. -There will he a match in some part of tlie circuit almost every other night Willie the ice lasts, and each club will be forcd to separate' Itself from a for- tune 111 railway fares and hotels bills. The cos-t of financing the teams will be greater than ever before and while the schedule which inakfes only two instead of four trips 'to Toronto, will surely' help expenses on. ihe whole wili be almost twice as high "ast year, when Renfrew was the farthest point west. "As far as I can see the schedule ifl very fair one" said Treasurer Sparks of tile Ot-tawiis, and we look for the jreatcst season that hockey lias ever Imd. It will he very trying on the ilayers and will reiiulre the carrying of additional men, but the public dc- niith'd plenty of fast hockey nnd we lave arranged -to give them such." 'resident itcpee and other officials the'Oltawas were, equally optimis- ic.' Marty Walsh, mentioned fof the cap- ttincy of the Onphoiders remarked hat any. schedule" satisfactory to the lull would meet with no objection rom the players, but predicted that ho same seven would'not be pliysic- Ily fit for all.iwenty matches. Marty iivors Lcsueur's idea for tlie carrying of -n utility goalkeeper ,and that, the new rule which 'permits the substitution wilPreclproca'te in a. long way for a severe season. I-.asl night saw anollicr coiiUugi'iil if- lialiy mooKo thj; lor- st ol Mooscdom and broiighl into lio yards oi the l.uyal Order ol JIooso, and became ncqiiainlud with tlu.' mysU'ric.s tii liic innei sllrinc of tlifi onlur.' The ciiat'fcrs is still open iicre and the tee still remains at SS. A membership Uinl will include all good uf Lcthbridge, who bc- lievu in having u (einperate but lime while they livc i.s ati Grand Ball The :K. of 1'. hall on the 11th ol this month will be the scene of one of the most gala affairs of- Uiu kind the city has witnessed tlie Moose will hold grand hall and Organizer W. G. IJoldman, who i.s all adept in tondnctint; entertainments, promises at midnight with an uitcrtainmcnV going on the while.. Letliliritlgc dances are usually char- acterized by lenslliy numbers. On this occasion they will lie .short and sweet jwilli the dancers having option nf an encore. This is nnicli aitc'r ihe American method and is not tiring. The best orchestra'procurable will furnish the music and willi wcll- slickud door the HKht' fantastic should he tripped to I ho. delight. Ono hundred invitations will he i.isuod to non-members "of the pass- word being dprmed sufTiciclit for the members. A grand march will he the initial number oi the program to commence sharp at f o'clock. Next Meeting The next meeting of the order will take place in the K. ol I', hall Sat- urday when more members will he added to the lodge. The charter something that will 'be unique in its may be closed, next" meetin" and features. .The hall will' be abla'fc with Moose, decorations besides other -those contemplating- entering he effects. Refrcshn.'Jnt.s will be served der will he wise to go in immcdiats- JAOK O'BRIEN LOSES HIS OLD TIME FORM Former Champion Gives Pitiable Ex hibltion in Philadelphia Last Night Philadelphia, Nov. Jack O'Brien is today regarded us fin- ally' disposed of, so far as boxing is concerned, by fans here, as suit of the six-round bout last night with Harry Ramsey. OTirien made a desperate attempt to come back and In the first three rounds the better of the milling, showing the old time cleverness and ring generalship but in the last three periods lie hie up and gnvc a pitiable exhibition of stalling and clinching to lave litriisei'f from a knockout blow that seem evltable. O'iBi-ien is declared io bo down and out flstlcajly for good. SPINE BROKEN PLAYING BALL Washington, Dec. -llciMor- ris, a member of the football team of Aloun-l-St. Mary's college, Emmets- g, .Aid. was seriously injured here today in a game with the Catholic University eleven. His spine is be- ieved to be broken. CASCARETS SURELY. STRAIGHTEN YOU OUT o Headache, Biliousness, Upsel Stomach, Lazy Liver or Consti- pated Bowels by- Morning Are yon keeping your bowels, liver and stomach clean, pure and fresh with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway through these alimentary cr drainage organs every few days with Salts, Cathartic' pills, Castor Oil or Purga-tive Slop having, a bowel .wash-day. Let Cascarots thoroughly cleanse and re- gulate the stomach, remove the undi- gested, sour and fermenting food and faul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry ouf of the system the decomposed, waste matter anil lolsons in the intestines and'bowels. A Cascaret tonight will you" 'eel great by morning. They work: vhile you gripe, sicken ir cause any inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a 'box from your st. Millions of men and women ake a Cascaret now and then and never have headache, biliousness, loated -tongue, indigestion, sour s-tom- ch or constipated bowels. Cascarots 'elong in' every household. Children, ust love to take- them. IT is a real pleasure to have you call, even you come only out of We feel sure of, being able to .change your, curioiity to Interest, by appealing to your sclf-imcKst. In stealing bases tfio Giants lead the HighKuider.s by more than 100, and Llal Chase is supposed .to" have uome very fust, mon with him nt thai. Thwo IB a lo't in tho. system. A is as keen a judge of values as. you help but be impressed iwLh Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats. <63 McKELVIE McGUIRE ;