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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER THK LETIIHRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE PROMOTERS DISPLAY ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT FOR BOUT Now York, Dec. order to prove that tlio Jess Willard-J acK Johnson match is actually a fixture, Jack Curley, accompanied by lorn Jones, showed newspapermen today the documentary evidence in the case. This consisted ol the articles o! agreement recently signed in Lou- don and the-. correspondence between Curley and Johnson. to Curley, Johnson sail- ed for Buenos Ay res last Wednesday and is duo to arrive ill South Am- erica in three weeks. As yet Uurloy is nob ready to announce the exact date of the hattle, or where it will be EDMUND LAMY MAY PLAY HOCKEY THIS YEAR PLANK'S DEMAND TOO GREAT FOR WEEGHMAN WHO CALLS DEAL OFF Chicago, Nov. Woosrhninn ot the Chicago Federals yesterday declared that for Edward Plank, former star pitch- er of the Philadelphia Athletics, hod come to an end because of the bis demanded by tlio lult-handed twii'icr. "I -would like to sco Plank In a Chi- cago Federal said Woegh- nian, "but his terms are too strong, and I havo practically concluded all World's Champion Speed Skater May Join Ottawa Ottawa, OnL, Nov. Otta- wa Hockey club expects to give Ed- mund Lamy, tho famous professional skating champion, -who figured with the London Baseball club in. the Ca- nadian Baseball league last year, a try-out this 'winter. Lamy has play- ed hockey before, and during the suni- mer talked to Frank Shaughnesay. He promised not to sign up ing Ottawa the preference. CHAMPION MEETS WOLGAST, WHITE, BALDWIN AND DUFFY WITHIN SIX WEEKS Now York, Nov. off to Freddie Welsh, Englishman and fight- er n Freddie Welsh, in about six weeks' j scents time, has fought more challengers' Indicate They Are Discriminat- ed Hav, Strong t Case Loix'on, Nov. representing London's cloven i'l-ufiiflonal football dubs, t" day' adopted resolutions de- nouncing tho newspaper agita- tion against football as "un scrupulous, unwarrantable, un- dignified, and wholly opposed to English tradition, and an abuse of the liberty of the press." Tim resolution, declares, however, that they are pre- pared to close their groumlB simultaneously with tho clos ing of the race courses, golf links, theatres and picture pal- aces. Ottawa, Nov. will be' no the draw al- the Canadian further alterations ready announced Rugby Football union's i EMPRESS THE HOUSE OF COMFORT TO-NIGHf LUCILLE LOVE, the Girl of 2 LADDIE, The Nevy Version SOME Comedy EUOENICS AT Comedy EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA WHEHE TONE AND PORTUAY BVEHY .HUfJAN, EMOTION semi-finals reoclv- ths 0. jnd finals, President Phillip ed from President Wright, o. H- F. U., today a telegram regret- ting that thc parent body could not clear to change the is also expressed that the tie-up in GOOD MUSIC AT STARLAND It is indeed a long time since the Lethbridge public has had an oppor- tunity of hearing a permanent Leth- bridge orchestra of such ability as "the Startand Concert Orchestra. This popular orchestra has lately been augmented, and while the Star- land orchestra is now the only six- piece theatrical orchestra to be heard in LethbriUge the ability of the play- ers has not been neglected. Each and every member has been carefully chosen, and the pub'.ic of this city, as well as the management of Starland can .well be proud of such an organ- ization. EMPRESS i Empress is showing four stories, than some oi his predecessors in the; Four" caused the interprovinciai win lightweight chair fought in as many months of their respective kinphips. And the men-who faced in this period are ol America's best. Tho little Englishman sailed into this country on the wave oi his suc- cess over Willie Ritchie literally with his fighting togsiou and his cuard UP- His first match was .with -Matty [Onows for'tho senior series: in nnlitmt fill A i' _ _ O TI WESTERN UNIVERSITY JUNIOR CHAMPIONS Woodstock, Ont, Nov. was completely carried off Its feet by Western University, London, in the final game for the junior champion- ship of' tho Ontario R.IT.U., here, Sat- urday afternoon. Tho valley town squad was an easy proposition tor the speedy Londoners, who won by. the score of 50 to 14. NOT SO MANY KILLED HUNTING THIS YEAR Chicago, I'll., Dec. hundred and eleven dead and 162 injured, Is the hunting toll in seventeen states and Ontario, Canada, for the season which ended yesterday, as compared with -135 dead and 125 injured a year .ago. Last year's statistics were gath- ered from 21- states. VOTE TO 'DISBAND WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE MeSiclhe Hat, Alta., Dec. of the clubs ot the Western Canada league -have already sent in their Votes on the question oi disbandlni next season on account of the war, and all three are- in favor of laying off lor the year. McVEY TO MEET WILLS Now Orleans, La., Nov. Sam MoVey and Harry Wills, negro ieavy- have been matched lor a 20- rbund bout hero on December 20, it was -aanounce'd-yesterday. ners to play three hard games m one week, but under the circumstances, it is explained nothing else was nns.. Baldwin, in Boston, Welsh won few days after the iiaidwin bout, Welsh met ex-champion Ad Wolgast in Now York, and showed his class. This battle ended before the Ill-round limit had been reached, when Wol- gast broke a bone in his hand. With- out a sign of fear for his hard-earn- ed crown, Welsh almost immediately jumped to Milwaukee to fight Char- ley" White. The latter was given a draw by some sporting writers, but Welsh had no time for explanations or excuses. He was a fighter. His board bill refused to stop. He made six reeiH, eluding the eighth installment of the Overdraft Only of Garden City in Very Good Shape Magrath Dec, l.-Tte annual meet- ing of the ratepayers ot the town was helot last' night in the town! a very poor company., Mr. B. Jiatkin, presiding, stated that j the Town's .Act provided for. a meet- ing being caJM, and regretted_ that another mcetjng, in town bad eu- denfcly prevented many from attend- ing. Mr. Hodges read a report which showed that-the receipts from Janu- Train Travelling 60 Miles An Hour Hits Automobile At Crossing The Most Realistic Collision ever Produced i in Motion Pictures is to be seen in THE SIXTH EPISODE Which Is Being Offered for the Last Time To-night At Novomber 5th were j 'draft of S545.59. s ex sible. Mr. Hewitt states that the tercollegiale champions are c to the linal match, and that it Mystery" serial. This is, it, one of the finest episodes of story yet shown, and has to be to be appreciated. "Laddie" is a two-reel complete Edison story, por not be to count on weather in Toronto alter December Hence, the draw will remain as w. it v> ouiu .a most vivid manner how lOOtball _ tt nun can unthinkingly heart ot a.fond and lovinj mother, picturing how repentance can come, and generally does come, too late Wednesday, December 2, Hamilton "Some Decorator" and "EuEenics at Rowing club (Ontario union) Argonaut, saw oIT. semi-final versus Toronto Varsity (in- ,v Officials may lie selected by mutual ,r agreement, but in the event oi thc a club's failing they will be named by 1 the Canadian union. versus I Bar. are both real live comedies, containing enough laughs, so that ni' everyone can have his sharo, and I be some left for good The assets of the town were given as equal to H, and the lia- bilities as 19, a surplus of M 937 15 The debenture indebtedness break the j at In spite ot the poor attendance there were a .lot o! exciting ques- qiMstions, but eventually all were satisfied. GUN DliCHAROES BY another this to meet Jimmy Duffy at Buffalo. He kept the date by outpointing Duffy. A Cincinnati writer says the new system of having lite racing commis- all BONNIE SCOTLAND PLAY MONDAY AND TUESDAY 'The Bonnie Briar Bush" to be PUy- ed at the Maestlc by Specially Selected Company DAVIS CUP DROPPED DISTINCTION FOR JIM THORPE Jim Thorpe Is the only Indian in the 'biz league .who is not a battery man. Moyers is a catcher, whereas Bender, .Tlicup, Johnson, and Blue- are .all pitchers. It appears that the tasta the aborigine runs Strongly to the mound and the con- stant duties it entails. Oh, Well, That', Different Charley Wilts says he took up hox- Ing tor his health, but that Isn't the argument he uses waen. talking busi- ness with promoters. Charley seems to be ol 'the opinion that health comes United States Not Likely to .Send Any This Year New York, N.T., Nov. pro- priety of challenging for the Davis Cup has received careful considera- tion during the past two months by the officials and: the executive com- mittee of the United States National Ltfwn Tennis association. After giv- ing due deliberation to the influence which the war in Europe may have upon international sport next year, it has been decided. to submit to the delegates at the annual meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria in February the proposition to formally challenge tho Australasian holders of the Such ail action Is believed to be thoroughly within the ethics of the highest stan- dard of sportsmanship, and it is be- lieved that the delegates from all over the country will approve of the challenge when they understand the conditions. Paekey McFarland Lays Bare a Few Facts Here fs the way Packer McFarland. unbeaten boxer, sizes up the nght fellow who fights 20 rounds lias a strong back and a weak mind. :I prefer the 10-round route any tune. "Thc fight game was all right un- til they began to ask me If I d Johnson. Then had 1 FEDERAL DO LEAGUE WILL BUSINESS AS USUAL sion appoint all track officials will t "remove all semblance of any cion Hie public may have had." will it remove suspicion irom the commission There are a few plays that stand their portrayal ACCIDENT AND YOUNG MAN The case oi the. California man who impersonated a dead man for 20 vears may be unique, but we know several dozen (lead ones who have been 'impersonating live ones than that. KILLS INSTANTLY High River, Alia, Cay ley young1 man, named Wickson, met death wniie o'iil. hunting about 65 miles west of this town In the foot- hills He Was coming down the slops of a hill, when, in Borne manner, the .44 rifle he carried became discharg- ed, the.-bullet entering'the middle of ners m men pun.oj... his breast, causing instant death. The -in all its aspects, and] coroner went out and -viewed the re- novelist or dramatist mains, and decided that dedth was the varied i accidental The Uodj was taken to I TEN PINTS OF BEER PER HOUR London, 'Nov. Berlin .correspondent says the Berjin- er Tagdlilatt relates that in the. Bel- gian village of Beveren 160 Bavarian soldiers, who had taken part in .the siege of Antwerp, drank 1485 litres of beer within two hours. Bach Bavar- ian soldier thus drank, in round fig- ures, nearly SO pints within, two hours. FOUL 'DEED IN ONTARIO TOWN Pembroke, Ont., Nov. Robert Coxford, turnkey of the Renfrew county jail here, was murdered, and William Brown, the jailer, lies at death's door as the result of a .successful try at jail breaking by White- duck and Anthony Jocko, late this afternoon. Ths- ridskina were being held pending trial on a charge of theft from. Grand Trunk freight cars at Golden Lake. Both got clean away, and the countryside is being scoured by armed possea of special constables in search of them. characteristics of a people in one group of .pictures. So far as the Scotch rac'S'is concerned, most people will concur in'the'opinion that the most representative picture of Scot tlsh life was given-to the world by the ian MacLaren (Rev. John Wat. son, in iis immortal story of the Highlands, "The Bonnie Briar and although one or two rivals have appeared in "Bunty" and "Kitty Mack-ay" the familiar old story of Lachlan Campbell and his neighbors n the virtage of Drumtochty still holds first place In the affections of theatre-goers the world o'er, On Wednesday afternoon and Wed- nesday night, they will play the first and foremost of the Broadhurst farces, "What Happened to Jones This Is a play which keeps an auai ence laughing from three minutes at ter the curtain rises till the finale of the last act, and it is sure to be re- 'ivith great pleasure by aK in this city in such strenuous times, when one jumps at the chance to find a diversion from the every-day rout- ine Seats will be on sale tomorrow at the Frank Hedley Drug Co. Cayley. ever-fought Jack began to duck. ".Reputation is a big asset in. the ling. There's many ,a boxer I've lick- ed who 'had it oh mo save lor tns name. in the ring doesn't pay. .The ;worst book in the world will 'trim -you if you doi't pay Atten- tion to business. "Nelson and'.Wolgast have hurt the tooling boy who Doilies In now. affects a .crouch.and fprgots all about boxing. "Sameness is'insanity. I will run mvay father than .try to stop all of tlletn. "What docs a knockout get you It doesn't take nerve to finish a fol- loiv who's all in. I figure that my opponents are pretty Marly, human after all.' Why should I slaughter. .them? I "Boxing is .a greater game than, fighting and so long as 1 can win without hurting the other fellow I em going-to do it. r never st-alled or shammed in any, fight awl I never expect to. I have I heen lucky lots ot times in winning, tat I have always been on the ajnare. j VThe .fellow who uses his head for: IjV'nbl butting, the one who No Changes to be Made in Circuit In Owners Meet Chicago, 111., will be ho change in the 1915 circuit of the. Federal league, it was definitely announced before club owners to tho league today. Kansas City -will retain its fran- chise, Jaines A. Gilmore, .president of the league, 'announced. BusineHs Siea j of the city, he said, objected to hay- ing the club .transferred and had pro- raised they would .support it. It planned, Gilmore said, to build a new park nearer the city's business die- trlcL A. rumor was circulated that Artie Hpfmah, formerly with the Chi- cago and Ptttsburg clubs the Na- tional league, probably' would be tho next manager of the Brooklyn' club of the Federal league, instead of Lee Magee, -who recently was reported to have jumped from the St. Louis Na- tionals. FITZSIMMONS LAID UP Chicago, 111., Nov. .Fltz- simmons, ex-heavy weight champion, is confined to his bed in a hotel hero, threatened with blood poisoning. While attempting to show his son 'Young a foot shift', tho veter- an scrapper slipped, and in falling scraped the skin off his right shin. Hs paid no attention to. the injury, and three days ago infection i set in. BIG MONEY WON :BY GRAND CIRCUIT DRIVERS Tommy Murphy's' winnings in staked and purses the last three years have totalled J230.080. This gives him first place among the grand circuit drivers. Walter Cox ranks second with Pop Goers third with and Lou McDonald fourth With No other driver has won over In tho same length of time. Murphy, Cox and Geers have ran one, t'wo, three In regard to win- nings in each of the last three seasons. Delicious Appetizing With flavor and aroma of 'the choicest hops the Wending of the hops witli the.. best selected barley malt, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of the most enticing ages that the skill ;of man can produce. People drink It for Its appeal- ing flavor, for the refreshment that it affords, and fc-r the health that It gives; for AI-. bertt'i Pride Beer is beneficial in a variety of ailments. Any good doctor will tell you that.'' Lethbridse Beer Is a pleaslnf beverage, it is a good appetizer and it is fine for the-dlgestibn., Try a case of it at'homo. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE 5M......-.. TURK PRINCES IN BELGIUM Entertained .Brussels and Given Motor'Trip Through Rattle Linea interesting Item comes from Brussels. Three Turk princes have arrived there as the guests of Baron von per Goltz, the German military governor of Belgium On Friday last a state dinner was given in their honor." Later they were on an auto mobile trip through German Ilnei They were much impressed at the ter- rible havoc wrought by the .big Krupp SUThe cold weather Has brought much suffering to the Belgian refugees in Holland, and in some quarters the food is running short; STUCCO GOWN THE LATEST White Short Sklrte Popular Chicago, Nov. Stucco gowns or clothes with a touch of putty tint are the WtMV the weekly Fashion Art 'V White and whltfctewe spats should theee ere- Skirts sliould for slim figures o, iUAUrbjn ed for stout flgurea and medWrn in length, the tnlletln, black hat 18' to the mere popular shades which will these colors before aHwiBtef. HELD ON Sault Marie, put., Sov. M.- Rdbcrt recraUjr arrtited on chirie of coinrolttBd lor trial at asslies of the hljh court of Al- jorna dlstrlet. Death the penalty for high twaiion. It li alleged Sayre Aiwtrtsns from the United to '-'Ot n. wturn- IBg to the fitnerlMoVIm rloaUM e nilllttry restrictions eitabllihed the beginning of 'theiBuropwii over'Oennui ui AUitrtau tt ttli diitrlcL BOX OFFICE PHONE 644 MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO NIGHTS STARTING NEXT SECURE YOUB SEATS EARLY MONDAY, DECEMBER 7th THEO. JOHNSON. PRESENTS The Bonnie Briar Bush A Superb Production of lin MacLaren'i Play WED. DECEMBER 9th, Two Performances Matinee a What Happened to Jones BY G-BORGB BROADHURST TIMELY PRICES: Nights, 25c to S1.00; Wed. Matinee 25o and Me. Seats on sale Wednesday, December 2nd, at Frank Hedley Drug Co. A NOVEL Montreal, Que.. Nov TAX Lapolnte yesterday morning made it known that he would propose In the city council a tax ot one cent on ev- ery theatre ticket and every ticket, to an athletic event; in fact, on all ad- mittances for money to any event whatsoever to raise a. fund to relieve the distressed in this city this winter. Gail Kane Popukryoung actress, lately m "Seven Keys "Sterling is a gufn that cannot be praised too highly, in iny opinion. The purity of its flavor tis predominant." Pure Mint Pepsin Gum Flavor such as you have never known that only the best Mexican Chicle that appeals to _the eye and tongue, and enjoy- these you get m STERLING, the new and better gum. STERLING is the purest, highest-quality gum in the world. Good for children, adults, old appetite and digestion, gives pleasant breath and white teeth. 5c Tn annum CUM Co, or CANADA. LmrHD, TORONTO ;