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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FIU1UY. DECEMBER 11, 1914 THE LET H BRIDGE DAILY H E R A 1. P PAGE THREE WHITE WILL M Bout Contingent on White Sealing Shugrue on December 23 EIOLEIW Another Baseball Sensation-John McGftw, Manager New Yorkj Giants, Offers Nine Players for Chicago Ul> New York, N.Y., Oer.. McGraw of the New York Giant., yti- terday offend Roger Bresnahan of the ic.igo Cubs, an entire team for. Chicago, Dec. 10.-The iiostors is- KUOII by' the .Madison- Square tardeu Uhlclic club of New York, mil an- nounce as the stai attraction lor Be- l-ember Charley "Young" Joe Sbugrue. This match was closed yesl.crday. Tin! agreement not only oroides lor light, Hut tor a contest o lo low, in which White will fight Lhan- oion Freddie the sjcoiiil bout, of course, contingent.on White bas- ing the bel-lcr ol his battle witn SlTu.nie. The contest in which will be principal, will some time in January, the dale to kc Vricck-il Inter. battle hclvrecii White anil Shucruc will be the third niTCtins. the other pair ol contests taking place more than two years ago. In rich of these contests both While am. Sliuznic claimed to have the ailvan- inrc.-Since those meetings both'boys linic improved, until .today We- are considered as contenders ior the title. B'VfH FOrtlUT WELSH Roth White and Sluigrue recently touirht Welsh, the former celling a idraw with the champion at Milwiw- kcc while Shugrui! gave Welsh a 'trimming ,it -New Yorlt, winning tight of the ten rounds. Despite the fact that he failed to sign Jimmy Clabby for 'natch wilh Mike (iilihons before Jiatli- bon Square club, Matchmaker Johns- ,011 was pretty well salislic-d with 'the success of his trio here. He lias another hct match pu the lire which is nothing IMS than a bout, between 1'ackcy MeKarbml iilid Mikf f'rlbl'Mis, .or Freddie, Welsh. As imliciiiiiiK thai there is a big chance Paciicy lightins lions or V.'clsli it mny be "llt spent a goml part oi veston ay in wilh Johnston and accompany I he matchmaker when be returns to New York today. Jlcl-'arland announced that- he wmnrt l.'if, at "3 o'clock lor Welsh. That puts it U' Uclsl1- Johnslon hslicvcs the1 champion wil .grab the chance, as this card would draw a big house. i McGraw did not offer to give the 1 Now York learn but lie did tell i Roger that lie woold give him nine This was the proposition. "Rubt" Msrquard, "Ruht" Schau- wer" Grant- men the New York reserve list, Mathewson and Doylcc cxeeptetf, to bs (ilven over to Chicago in for a transfer .of Zimmerman's con- tract. JBPWLING_AT_J. M. C. A. j HERALD WINS AGAIN i The Herald team was in its best fnnn last nisht, and put it over the Battery hoys in a league match. Itut- i path's'defaulted, iilld forfeited both 'games Tim li-fraul counts 4 points land the flattery 2 points. Tlio Hat- lltrv hail a handicap at 15 plus per luarae on tile Herald. The scores: THE SITUATION IN THE EAST i Dupen..... 162 103 117 102 382 NEWLY ELECTEE! CAPTAIN OF CANADIAN RUGBY CHAMPIONS. Handicap Moos: Won Match Lasl t, Forming a League tool; of P. hall S.O.K. an( PIS fU Tin Tin carpet ball, game vlace '.1st night in the I- netttcen the C.O.F., Moos letter Carriers, i-esulted ir i liio Moose. The game citing and keenly conic d was Jl 10 10. The matter of forming i carpet> '-at-ne was gone Into, ami ci il vat" n'assod tiai .1 -vc deformed, and the .li'itK-it Tlotiea in the. ciiy are cmdiiln luii rd (oho represented at .1 in c> n fie Moose hall tonight, the A 0 are especially asked to be The City Sign Worts la V i loniiiv donated a emblematic ol Ihe championship nil shield will be here in about a BASEBALLPRINCIPLEIN HOCKEY NBA and Pacific Coast Ltaaue Having Trouble Over Drafting of Ftonan Ottawa.. Ont., 1.0 -It Bounced last night that the would ait for a special meeting ol h National .Hockey association to iv Celtic .tlio Ronan-case IIP m> QuiufnoUted. Virtm Kos ..nthal that the -I'atricfcs re I an rffcr to Ronan ami r-nat hf vouio m 10 30 west They have paid the Ot-iaWas the I" however, and Konansta'c Ihei tern, are too low He declarer, np fc'.l JnP Und chimolon out or hockey rather go to the Patricks are fish-line a ,-irle in the case, as. they i.-.p.-m iJicii i peace R-sreftment w-ith the N.H-A useless as far :as the coasi lensiii i fthe N.11.A- persists siening 'players' wjio'. refuse to The Dormitory, l.'nion BauU and Di. rectors bowl tonigbi.. TOMMY BURNS MAY TURN FIGHT PROMOTER Vac AIurta% str-rhni, outside wine i _ ol the vrgouaut Rowing Hub rush) CLARKE team wmneii or the Big Four League t the C inadlan Rug 15 -Koted aptaln Rounding Bunch of Boxers Fight" at New Orleans According; to the Calgary News-Tel- j Tommy Burns, former heavy- (ihjiiuijlou of the world, intends i taking np his residence in New Or- l leans and may purchase an interest, m the boxing club at present controll- Iml b" Tortorlch. Burns, accompanied Jim Corliott to Snoliaue a. few weeks tgo, and is now making a tour or the l cities securing likely iooKing boxers for his new club In the south. The boxiui; outlook at New Orleans is i partici.-.arly bright one. for slnoe-] I the lid was adjusted in California, the j Southern City is the only place a 20- i round bout can be staged. FEDERAL LEAGUE STAR PITCHER IN TROUBLE AT SIOUX CITY, IOWA Sioux City, Dec. bystander iwae shot and seriously injured at i Winnehaeo, Iowa, today. When Justice of the Peace ColllKan tried to arrest Johnson, Indian baseball pitcher of the Federal league. John- son was accused of being l The Indian was felled by a blow I over Cic hend by Colllgan's revolver. Tlio weapon was discharged and Her- man Elome. an onlooker, dropped with a bullet in his abdomen. Johnson disappeared during the excitement. TO-NIGHT J) HIS HEART, HIS HAND HIS SWORD This is: tin' Firsi of tlir. Terence OTvourko Series. Kerrigan in i-lie leading role. These stone? ran ihroug-li vhe J'opiilar ihignxiiie. by the iiuiliur "f Trey 0! J] en IMS. Not a Serial, but a Series Each Story is complete See the First Story Tonight STARLAND CONCERT ORCHESTRA The position th ing forces "HIS HEARST, HIS HAND, I HIS SWORD" AT STARLAND The following is a short synopsis of the first story of the "Terence O'- Rourlie" series, viz., "His Heart. His Hand, His which will be of- IfereU as one of tie bis headlines at in Poland according to laterl Russian stlirlana theatre tonight: O'Hourlte. gentleman adventurer and hero of many wars, finds himself in Paris without funds. In a spirit of recklessness he pawns a ic for "services rendered.' With the j jroeeeds he'enters a prominent Pans- ian rest-uirant to dine. There he at- Chicago i tracts the attention of the Princess de .Grandlieu, her husband, the Prmct. and Her legal adviser, 11. Adolphj London.-Prince Albert, the second Cbamhret. While-there IDc EMPRESS THE HOUSE OF COMPOrlu ISc Mr. Barnes, of New York A Drama of Love, Adventure and Romance. BIG BROADWAY STAR FEATURE IN SIX PARTS. CAST OF CHARACTERS. statements. WITH THE, ADMIRALTY; .Frederic. in Mr. Barnes, of New York........ Count Musso Danella............ M-nrms Paola, warli.......... Tomasso, her foster father...... Antonio Pabli. her brother....... Edward Gerald Anstruther....... Miss Enid Anstruther........... Andre de Belloc, French officer.. .English Principal in Duel....... His Second..................... Gaspard Lefebre................ Lady Chartrla................... Maud Chartris................... Railway Guard..... .Maurice Costsllo William Humphrey .Mary Charleson ......Charles Kent .S. Rankln Drew .......Darwin Karr .Naomi Chtlders ........J. J. Delson .......Donald Hall .George Stevent ___Robert Galllord ___Alberta Galllord ___Adele De Garde ___Albert Roccardi son of file- King and Queen, who will he 19 years old 'o'n December 11, has ucceeiied in getting hia own way-in regard lo doins" something "for hia fin's'ana he is-now ol- icially attached to the Admiralty, OtiamoreL. i occurs which earns the hatreil ot hei ;1 visor, is .in lo Two Ripping Comtdies and the Hearst-Selig Weekly will also be shown. Usual Admission Prevails. SIGNS PIRATE WELSH CALLS OFF MATCH WITH MICKEY CONTRACT Winfield, Kan., Dec. Clarke of Udall, Kan., who for 16 years has been manager of the Pitts- burg Nationa'i leasuo baseball club, today renewed his contraci-. for au- i other year with that team. e KStlier the tatter tew Meanwhile nonan Is gettmK into shape and.working out daily m ttit, llidoau canal. TOO FAR FROM 'THE GREAT WHITE WAY Champion's Physician's 'pfdere Not to Enter -Hlhg'for Thrsei- Weeks- lil-aml Hapids. MiCh., Dec. much-heralded fight between MiAe> Sheridan, the Chicago lightweight, and Freddie Welsh, world's champion, siew- yoi'k, Dec. Nan-. YO1K, Devlin probably 'will manago the Den- of Western league lie .U (CLAIMANT 'OF CANADIAN i CHAMPIONSHIP BEATEN St. Louis. Mo.. Dec. i Trendal! of this city outpointed Patsy I Urouiliard, Hg'htweight claimant of the Canadian champioushiii, in an eight- round bout here last night. ani re scheduled for Friday night, is off. Matchmaker SlorrisBej- this alter- acma r.oon received a wire from Harry Pol- WILLS TO FIGHT McVEY New Orleans, La.. Dec. Wills and Sam McVey, negro heavy weights have -been matched for a 20 round hosing match in this atatmg'-that the December 2S. Wills recently fough i.nt.. Tnrl.irlflmi i gani bangford m AngelCb, taxing Early in ion :nimto-enter -Ibi'i-tag fp.' it least three Uhe count in the 14th round. Later O'Rourlie repairs to a ing house, adjacent to the .T the Princess and party.to-.a. hall J.t._______ Hotel Ritz. As usual the young attempts to increase his of the Prince, and Chambret, results from this combination ot circumstances can be guessed at. onjy are famiiia'r to construct logical, i rpturh was honzht -nest to. Keep him at home. The young man, who is a paragon ol empire.' against. a.uvi Tlifi note ainu _ bottom lafing under hie j .win rerert to !_he rhad ich minsalf to tie avv h gripping situations. ACCLAMATION AT. WARNER of an election this year, as four or tho nominees for the position of council- lor have withdrawn, leaving Messrs- r. 2: I-cfJingAveH, L. T. Grady and E. C. .to hold the office. Messrs: 'Leffingwell and Laing are old hers of the council, .whilst Mr. Grao> i'ti-ill infuse new blood, but he i> an old-timer in the town and vrell known. Poor Nominees .Withdraw t-Wina-well, Laing and Grady the Men Warner -llta., Dec. 10 village .will not have the Perth county will pay JHOO per-, nioath to the Patriotic Fund. Ijohdon. OnL. -will vote on a bylaw to reduce the hotel licenses by six. Celling the "real thins" wm-----Q .as. a.reward, for merit. sevice _____ into fact 'that all three sevc ofthe leading men of the British Toy: ferrlng to a. rose received from the Princess. O'Rourte, not .waiting for explanations.- knocks Chambret down, and speeds away. The Princess, on her way home, is ally are -in nitlitar: ally UIB Th'e King and the-I'rince of Wales re- have, returned from the field ISil roy- j lie n 'affairs: (insulted bv the Prince who endeaT- 'of'. activity oil the continent, .and are taking an active part in the army. Former llayor Jas. Vancouver' is-dead. infiuaeu me ors to learn Che contents of the note she has received. O'Rourke hears her scream for help: he pursues in cab effects a rescue and takes the Princess home. There he is told of F Garden of I the mission which she wants him to Of course, the adventurer igrees to. lier wish, much to the ais- too far from New York." e Dcnevc -thebestremedy.madefor.tonmg thener.'es I 'eririching tlic blood, building up wasted i tissues, health, strength and en- j j deairaii'd'eleven injured is the central ertfv-_the best medicine you can use if you. OFFER 'SALT LAKE" BUARANTEE record for huntins accidents and 1 nt tho apuKnn on I 'bititAtcoV no' matter whst-the cause, it I doesn't deptcd for its upon Yn "nearly every case the or wa.8 caused by the carehisu Siaudling of a gun, left "at full cock, or without Dec, io.-pir- of the" season tit, .Toronto, Qnt., Dec. 10. l00.. if" of the Pacific Coast Baseball October 1. ,Ile franchise and the 0.Jecto o tnes nUa ?30t. ihc purcliaser. Cltj. CollinslPositixHi With White Sox Chicago, DK lO.-bddie Chicago, DC. BCLond baseman, was bought iloui published here the. I'hiladciphia club of-the Amencau llwntic soiiice bv President oi whom Charles TERRIBLE CALAMITY Calgary. Alta.. Dec. lO.-Anthony McKin'ey, president of tile. Ija- crosse associaticn, and manager Oi the Chinoois, slaws that Jieltiier hw i nor elnb were notified tba.j none. It may not n-.aks.you feel better in a few hq-jrsjbut it. will make you feel-better, we are as soon as the tonic aWd fcwi properties it contains have a chance to ttst into the blood and, through thsblood, iritc the rest of the system. Pure Olive Oil and -the Hypophosphitts hsvc Deal er.doricri by physi- 'out here, lor the first they jr.w cno prepan-r.fn a, .niiii- not noiifioii after pJ.EmnteTO rauetm? lie sav3 Bovfl had no ydju iin-Jit.sne strenjiiwn your I" f- that rijnl lo 'fne action I ckflts,