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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HBUALI) UPHEAVAL HUE OF-1H Chicago, III., Dec. Mack 1> face to face with a tough problem lo ke.p his Athletics In the running (or another pennant next season, if baseball gossip It to be believed. Dis- sension has broken out In the ranks, and It may be necessary for Mack to dispose of all his great ball players before the trouble is rooted out. There been trouble in the Ath- lotlei' camp since Plank and other liars were let out by Manager Mack BURNS WOULD MEET WILLIAMS Jersey Olty Bantam Eager for Chance at Title NEW ORLEANS AGAIN CENTRE BOXING MAP With 20-rouml iHi'.lts and with a prospect of winter rnu- lntf lielllK renewed, till! aiwrliiiK pendulum BwhiKB hack in Now pi- leans. Hoxlm; Ill tlio CrfiBfC.it City for time, but only in limited while new the Ions route, over which championships arc general- ly seH.t'd will be at'iowcd With San Francisco eloserl io. I lie- fig-liters, llie southern city will lio'iiboiit the only uhice ol import- ance where Ions fljshls can hoi-. and naturally it will draw all Kruat title events. No mixed l.attlins will lie allow- yd That is. white boxers will no- lle permitted lo moot colored inca. Olio of the things that closed tile town lo thu I'lRhters in the old ilavB was the Dixon-Skd'iy meet- hiK. when the little blacjt boy beai the' while youngster. New Orleans, La., Dec. o tile most unique campaigns i" boxing lias been started Frankio Burns the Jersey City bantamweight, who if HOW a contender for the crown won by Kid WHllams, to cut down the lat tor's demands in the nature of a purse so that a 20-round battle tor the title will be a possibility. New Orleans in now the only city in tha country where a 20-round championship battle can be staged. Two local promoters have negotiat- ed with Williams for a match ivlth Murns. and upon receiving tho cham- pion's terms have thrown up their hands 111 dissust. Williams asks for 5SOOO Kin, lose or draw for the match. BOWLING AT Y. M. C. A. HOT FINISH IN LEAGUE The Boarding club bowlers came another atop toward the championship for the first round of Hie 1 ..M.O.A. bowling league last night, when thej i took the High school trundlers into camp The Hoarding; club have but to defeat linos twice tonight to cinch the first round honors. If they are beaten once a four-cornered tie wiu lie precipitated, with Boarding club. Union Uank, Herald and Dormitory teams in the running. If the Board- ing club drops two tonight they will Vfsoon'as this round is settled the econd round will commence, and it will run on a different plan, which be quicker and bring three teams ogetber at once. The Royal Bank and Hidpath s split even in their games last night. The scores: High School- Sloan Price.......... Murray.......... H a v e You Visited The New Men's BT. LOUIS FEDS WANT PLANK Attractive Offer Made for Crack Mack Southpaw Chicago, 111., Dsc. l.-An attractive offer has been madB io toward Plank, Ditcher for tho Philadelphia Americans by the St. Louis cMlhot the Federal league, according to Fed- eral league officials hero today, file amount "was not mentioned. Boarding Club Allen.. Nicholson. Carbery ENGLISH BILLIARDS FOP CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP Montreal. Que.. Dec. l.-Playingr the first of a serias of matches lor the En-lish bi'iliard championship o. Canada, Arnold Ibbotson defeated Ernest A. Laigh tonight, by a score of i !a tiUc-lltildcr of the lime Welsh has not nicked ins sinct- winning the title, and mrl .all comers, one alter the other. Alter; Iboxin" Shngruc, Welsh will have met! more'men in the ring "ince becoming 'champion than Willie Ititchic drd ilnrinL' his career as a champion ovrr: UvSamla hall. I p lo dale 1 after arriving from Ijoniui with i title has boxed Matty Haldwin. Ad. IWoleast. Charley Whitr airl Jimmy: jnufl'v, "Voting" llred Ycllc.______________ BRICKLEY MAY COACH AT AMES: Famous Harvard Football Player Has Fine Offer Ames, Wwo, Dec. l.-Charles Brickley, whose toe made Harvard football 'famous, may coach at Ames I next rear, says the Iowa State college j athletic board. The members of the Ames- board, chosen as a committee of the school, are now on their way to I Cambridge to meet Brickley anil lalk j the matter, over with him. Brickley will be offered at least for the first season, according lo the report, with a ocmn'Ci practi- cally of his own dictation. 407 Ridpath........ 141 C.Butler......... 120 112 III CALLAHAN GETS DECISION Memphis, Terin., Dec. Callahan of New York was given a decision over Jack White of Chicago at the end of an eight-round bout here tonight. The men- are lightweights. BUTTON BEATEN Des iUotnes, la., Dec. De- niarest tonight defeated George Stil- ton 500 to 18S, in a Billiard Players' league game here tonight. Averages and high runs: Demarest. II. io; Button, 78, 26, 59. CQCHRAN DEFEATED Oklahoma City. Oltla.1 Dec. Harry Cline defeated Walker Co- ehran, 300 to 211 In a BWiard 1 lay- ers' league match here tonight. _ Av- erages and ruua. Cline, 14 Cochran, 1011-20, 52. RIFLE CLUB SHOOT TONIGHT The Rifle club will hold a practice shoot tonight in the basement of the Central school, commencing at i.30. ROUGH HOUSE BURNS Cunadlan Champion Agreeable to Former Champ's Defj Victoria, B.C.. Dec. Mouse" Burns, the present Canadian lightweight will be the next opponent of .Toe Bayley, the Vic- toria fighter, who formerly carried the crown. Morris Condon, manager of Bayley, has received a letter from i Stirling manager of Bums, to the el- feet that the champion is ready to. take on a match with fiayley, provid-; ed suitable terms can be made to stage the championship. Burns is at present in Vancouver while Bayley is in San Francisco. COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE FOUND PLAN QOOD ONE LAST YEAR RETAIN IT COULDN'T TURN.IT Perkins, yo' been fightm 1 said the colored minister. "Yaas, I wuz." I "Doan yo' 'member whut de good sei 'bout turnin' de odder "Yas, palison; but rae mah nose, an' I'sc only got one. Livingston Lance. Victoria, Dec. syntenl of scoring assists in giving the players credit for the part they do in help- in' their team-mates to register which was introduced in the Pacific Coast Hockey association last season, will he continued in the ap- proaching series. The player who as- sists in a score by passing the puck at the psychological moment will re- ceive cred'it for it, and, while at the lend of the season he may not have i many goals to his credit, the records will show just how valuable he has been bv the number of assists he lias Micen responsible for in the seasons campaign. The new rule worked out well last season, and it was adopt- ed hy many of the eastern teams. Tommy Dundcrdale led the league with Taylor in goal-scoring last sca: ART ROSS, CELEBRATED HOCKEY STAR, PLACED ON INELIGIBLE LIST Dec. Eoss, ttK celebrated Wanderer hockey star, who recently resigned his vice-presi- ideucy in the Wanderer Hockey club of the N.H.A., lias been notified by 1'resldont Quinn that he is expelled from the association and. from organ- ized hockey.. The reason given is that he tried to get reserve players on the N.H.R. to sign contracts with clubs in the proposed new league. Doss -was verbally released by and- erers last and was not offered a contract this year. CHALLENGE FOR HOPPE New York, N.Y.. Dec. P. Slosson has challenged William F. Hoppe for Hie 18.2 balk-line bi'iliard championship. Under the rules, the match must be played within -10 doys. No date has been set, but Hoppe, now on the Pacific Coast, is not expected to return to New York until early in "HOBPB won the championship from Slosson two years ago. and has since successfully deienSeu it against Geo. Button, Koji Yainadn and Calvin Dem- arest. Break the DOUBLE wrapper find joy for your palate in its DOUBLE strength Peppermint flavor. Everybody ]oves Peppermint-- here is 1-on-g La-s-ti-n-g delight- lots of It aids appetite and digestion, settles the stomach soothes the mouth and throat Fresh from the WRIGLEY fac- of the well known and popular WRIGLEYS If you like fresh mint leaf flavor take MAJEBTIC Vi'ltll lilliut 'ii son, but he was beaten by Taylor pi. Vancouver, and Korr oi Victoria, in j V the total 'points ior goals and as, sists Taylor had 39. points to his credit. KPIT 31, and Dunderdalc 28. Their records were Games Goals Assists Pts. Tsyior... 16 34 15 3il Kerr 10 30 11 31 Dunderdale. 1C 24 i 28 KID WILLIAMS GAVE YOUNG DIGGING BAD BEATING AT PHILA Last week's and the final contest in the Herald football guessing compe- tition, was won by J. Macintosh, a-4 Twelfth street A. North Lethlmdge. lie guessed 17 winners. James Stewart" of Hardleville, land- second prize with lli winners. Five contestants' guessed 15 win- ners and therefore divided third prize money. They are: Stephen Humble, Bellevue; Thoe.. Ramsay, .Tohn Ad- J. T. Parkes, Percy Tnrnbull, all of Lethbrldge. The first prize 'winner will receivo 125; second prize winner and all those who were third.win receive The prize money will be paid over to the winners by the Herald in due I time that is, as soon as the Old Conn- mail arrives with last Saturdays games, so that the secres as receiv- ed here by telegraph, can be verified. First Results Wrong Do not judge the winners by the re- suits as-they appeared m Saturday s issue. They have been changed. Had he results of the games Saturday been correct the above contestants would not have won the money. The fact that the result of Queen's Park I .Philadelphia, Pa.. Dec. Wil li-ims the bantamweight gove 'Young Diggins of Philadelphia i such a had heating here last nlgnt, that tho referee stopped their fight in the third round. Diggins stood up, 'well under the hammering Wnliams nave him until the third round when jlio was twice floored by a ram of blows. ._____________ NO SALARIED SCOUTS Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. that the employment of regular sal- aried scouts to ascertain the playing qualities of men in minor leagues was overdone to such, an extent that it was now worthless, the board ot directors of the Cincinnati National league club; at a meeting today dc- cided to do away with ail salaried TWO NIQHTS STARTING Next Monday December 7 THEO. JOHNSON Presents a Superb Production of "The Bonnie Brier Bush" IAN MacLAREN'S GREAT SCOTTISH 'ROMANCE Wed. Dec. 9th MATINEE i NIGHT "What Happened to Jones" The Laughing Gco. Broadhui-st TIMELY PRICES 25c to Wed. Matinee 25c and 50c Seats now on sale at Hedley Drug-Co. if you want delicious Peppermint get Both are BIG value for 5 cents most beneficial enjoyment for the price! Made in Canada. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., 7 Scott Street, Toronto Be SURE It's WRIGLEY'S ONLY FOUR MORE EPISODES "MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY" It is safe to say that the popular Starland Theatre 'wi'ri be crowded to the doors tonight as "Trapped by the or the eighteenth episode of "The Million Dollar is to be offered as one of'the headline attractions. The excitement and in- i torest of this great serial story really just commences in this episode. It of the past episodes have been i thrlllingr, this episode, entified. "Flor- ence TVaptied ft? the It doubly ao. The continued interest in this remarkable serial ia duo en: urely to the merit of the pictures. The'ptlblic has found this wonderful mystery story full of human interest, thrills and excitement. BONNIE BRIAR BUSH" AT THE MAJESTIC The theatre-going nubile of Leth- bridge have been sorely in need of something in the way of high-dais at- tractions for seme time past, hilt as everyone knows, in these unsettled times, there are very few companies leaving New York, as the business re- ceived at most places does not war- rant the travelling expenses. Mr. Walker, general manager of the Maj- estic Theatre, therefore, is up ag- ainst one of the hardest theatrical producer, and he is doing his best to problems that ever faced a theatrical Ikeen attractions iii all his houses, I which includes the Majestic of this city. Next week, for three days, there I will be. n specially selected company here, and they will present for Mon- day and Tuesday nights, that well- known play of Scotch rural life, by Ian Maclaren. "The Bonnie Briar Bush." -which the Scoich race them- selves agree, is the foremost of Scotch plays, depicting the real Scot- tish life. This company is under the direction cf Mr. Theodore" Johnston, who has made a name for himself as a managing director in tile eastern cities of Canada and the United in Winnipeg, where he directed the productions of the Win- nipeg Permanent Players for some seven years, much to the satislaction of the theatre-going public of that city. We can well imagine that a di- rector with such experience will be 1 worthy of the patronage of the Letb- bridge On Wednesday after- noon and evening. Mr. Johnston has chosen a play which was made ior laughing purnoses onlv. wruten uy George Broadhnrst Happened to Jones." KvenbodJ the Eton- cf this play, and it is sure to be the "treat of the preset season The prices will be the lowest that it is possible to have for a high Oiss attraction, being 2i cents to 00 at ni'hts and 25 and oO cents for the matinee on Wednesaay Seats are now on sale at Frank Healej'B ariis store. v STRONG PROGRAMME A-T THE EMPRESS Tonight and tomorrow this popular house wVU show an exceptionally strong programme, consisting of three dramas, and an canal number of comedies. "A Diamond in the Uough a two-part feature story picturing n strung man's love for a woman, and how eventually wins her love. .The is a portrayal of a son's courage enabling him to tell the truth, know- ins it will harm his father. "The Doom of Duty" is a military picture of the South. The three, comedies will delight, acd gladden tho hearts of all lovers of this form of amusement. FMPRESQ THE HOUSE OF COMFORT ISc TO-NIGHT "A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH' "THE LIE" "THE DOOM OF.DUTY" "SOPHIE STARTS SOMETHING "SHOW BUSTERS" "CHEESEVILLE COPS..... EMPRESS CONtiIRT ORCHESTRA THE BEST 'MUSIC IN THE FEATURE DRAMA DRAMA DRAMA COMEDY COMEDY COMEDY TO-NIGHT DOLLAR Only 4 more Rollicking Comedy HIS WIFE Nothing but Laughs Stirring .Drama. WON BY WIKK .Love arid Advcutiui YSTERY Six Musicians Concert' Orchestra The Quality -Orc'lie'str i Only 4 more Chapters ;