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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TH.K LRTHBillflifiK DAILY ,IP^RAT.T> rucMJay, JD� took iho tmeasure of .all the loamo around lie country, and finally decided to ex-I tend the limits of their conquest.s. over was before, hut 1 am gutting They challenged for the famous alowfr. The old get there' spirit is ntuR. Ax lha.t time the Phoenii bunch not present. The other night, for in-|expected that the two Patrick boya stance, when 1 wrestled [Jeell. 1 re-j would play for them, but the Patricks ccgnized that 1 was going back a 11.- are busy with their own affairs, and lie. In the old days, when a man tore the Phoenix team will not see them, into me as Beel did I would have torn iThe challenge has not been heard of right into him. Hut the other nighi 1 this year, aiul the trustees of the cup merely side-3lepped and bided my expec: to hear no more of them. lime. Now that was not my style .wol - or three .vears ago. - DRISCOLL-MORAN GO "That is why 1 have made up mv | MAY STILL BE STAGED mind to (luit ll)e game in the near fut ure. r I keep at it long enough some man will come along who will down London, Dec. 11.-Plana are under way here today to thwart the Knglisii me. Of course, if some logical oppo-1 authorities who recently declared the iiont shows me' up In the ne.xt few ^ proposed Owen .Moran-Jem Drlscoli months I will take him on, bu! it will match illegal, by-holding the bout in! have to be soon, as I Intend to retire a ] jirivate,' providing 200 spectators will champion, i shall not meet with Jim iguarantee ?200 each. Falling in this. Jeffries' fate. �ie," None of that stuff for the rival Britishers will come to America to atago their bout. Baseball Stars Have Pecularities DIAMOND LUM,INAHIE8 ASPIRE TO GRACE DIFFERENT STATIONS ' ON'^'eXti FIELD Chicago, Docil 1.-"Star ball players are seldom content to play their position," declares Billy Evans, American ^lefigue umpire. j'ftjjifiolderB hanker foi; ^he inlield or ine- pitcher's job. In-Tielders v.ant to play.the oiritield or go on iha^ mouud^* Few long to be catchers. -f;' "Ty Cobb is perhaps the greatpst outHelder all things considered, the game has 'everV;known. He always wanted to be a' pitcher. It is not un-oommon to see him working with a catcher instead c*f cavorting in the out field. Cobb, by the way, ha-j a varied assortment of slants. "There is Hal Chase, premier first baseman. Hal has designs on second and may play there next- season. He scoffs at the idea that iet'.-hander can not play second and make double plays. He also likes to pitch and ;usually goes to the rubber in exhibi-.^tions. I " 'Doc' White .is s'rong for the out- ,"The Talk of New York-One (terhaps midht be allpwwl to draw attention lo the (act that "The Talk of'Ni'w Yolk" did not make its flrsl appearance in Canada licre lasi evonin}>. The play has been heard in Canada many times before. It is possible, however, that the Particular version oi the play produced in tlfe JMajeslic theatre last night murtc its firsl appearancK in Canada. George Cohen i.-* a gi'eat mixer as everybody knows. The cmnpanv pri--senting the play on this occasion it sciMns to have appeared here some time iiso in "Vii .\tin\ites From I3ioa '� eariiesuicss and gusto manifested by I the company in the parfonnance last I i\ii;ht lOveryone seemed anxious lo d, I well and the result was a liighly creditable entertainment. i "The Talk o.'. Xew\ Vork" will be presented again at the Majestic .he-atre this evening.    ,Dl^Je Jubilee I Singer* on Saturday Jhet Winnipeg Free Press says of ihe concert, given by the tOriginal Dixie Jubilee Singers, who appeared at the I'irst Congregational chitrch in that city: "The visit of the Dixie Jubilee Singers proved to bo a musical feast. Such an aggregation of harmony it has not'been the pleasure of our people to hear for some time. In the flf.5l place they have the voices, and in the second place tliey have the discernment, which proves to tliem that nothing pleases belter than the old songs, so the majority ot their selections were negro melodies and fam-tllap,alra, although several classic num bers wei^ given. The soprano, alto, Morris I Protpranime Toniglit STABILITY AND'NOTABILITY (Sallg) WOOING WINNIFRED (Vltagraph Comatfy) REED AND EARL Singera and Ouncflra, ALONG THE DANUBE (Pathe Scenic) . _IT SERVED HER RIGHT Ediaon) . -LADIES' SPECIAL MATINEE WlONESDAY^ Shew Commene*a.7 p.m. BEAUTIFUL POUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA . Grand Evening Concert Thursday, December 14th by the Orpheus MaleQuartette Assisted by MISS FLORENCE itRUCE. Contralto, of Calgary Under the auspices of The Overseas Club New Morris Theatre Tickets 7iSc and SOc Booking at Rochon's tif.d and spends time playlnb the gtv-1 tenor and bntv* wore particularly fine den. Although a high class aouthpaw [and the jolos *y each of these were "FraDkle" Burns, the Now .It-rswy lightweight. 1-s a clever boy, and several good Judges predict a bright future for when  his cunning deser'.j speed r.nd batting make good. "Joe Birmingham, one of the g-ime's ,oou juufcc-. iM^v.v.. .,..B..v .-w. greatest throwing outtieldors, prefers he boxer from the laud of skeeters. \ played second as a llurns Is anxloiis to lie up with the' best boys In his class. Fat Contract For Jennings played bush leaguer and wants to got baclt lo the first line of defense. ,loc had a notion to turn catcher and tried the job one spring, only to pass it up. He didn't fancy gazing through a masit for nine Innings. "Barnoy Petty, when right oBe of the best pitcherj in the American league, jlikea.the infield. His work at third lii.m. Hlsjtett^ was compelled to answer encore f liim look iafter encore, and their imitations caused uproarious bursts at applause. This was also the case when the full chorus sang the pa-'.riotic number. The Hlngora were most gracious and never rofuaod an encore." Thl-J splendid company will appear at the Majestic Theatre on December 16. and short Is excellent, but his batting Dec. II.-President'is so light that ha will scarcely land Scranton Pa., .Vnvin. of the Detroit American league an infield 'oh when he gives up piic.h-team, is here to see Hugh Jennings, >. the iJuroit manager, now oonvalesc-1 "Altboiigh one of the greatest c! ing from injuries received a week ago'shortstops, Hans Wagner likes the in an auto accident near tlouldsboro. outfield" bf.U. He was of such value'oontralto voice, will aslat In the pro Xmas Photographs Photos Taken DAY or NIGHT by Electric Light $1.50 P(er Doz. EMPIRE STUpiO Next'door to Morris Theatre, Round Street , Orpheus Quartette Concert at New Morrla Theatrt on Thursday The concert-to be given by the Or- gramme given. The world's chain- by Ijie Sclig Co., "Stability and ! pionship baseball seriea,, llUl, was the , Notability." These, with two other I big headllner iind is without doubt the' coineilies, ,inil clever: singers and i greatest Bportliig I'lim ovev produced, 'dancers, make the show this week � showing as it does all. the important i winner events of both gftmes In New York ai^d [ _ ^ pheus Male Quartette In the new Mor-1 Ph'larte'Phla. and featuring such stars ris Theatre, on Thursday evening, un-: "a Marquard, Bonder, Mitthewson, der the auspices of the Overseas oiub,, Coombs, etc. The fl'lms are very clear , ^ is attracting much attention. The'and distinct and aliould bo jeen |,y | �'�>"'�|. woue piajuip Jn the latcnen A 3-year-oid child, named Haul .Manalko, of Montreal, sot fire to hia quartette is composed entirely of local everyone. Tonight will be your k.^t , hAsnltnl amateur taleiw. Miss Burns, of Cal- oppcrlu.|ity. The management have � �� gary, the possesor of an attractive secured for Wednesday the big sonaa- llonal feature "Fighting Blood," and for Friday and gatiirday the \isual big wook-ond programme will be given. ' and was ao; badly burned that ha Navin is coupling business with thc.lo Pittsburg ai. short that be was call. He has tendered a contract lor ! simply forced to play there, a three-year period to Jenning.-i, and | "Bobby Wallace plays a brilliant the figures are $18,000, or i'A.OM for shortfiold. but is partial to third base, the term. Jenninss' closeyt friends, He thinks is .easier than second, here say. iJimmy Austin wants to"" bo an om- JennlngK is now-alilo-io receive call-jfol'l'"". Hube Oldrlng was made into 'an oulfiolder by Mack, who found him ors. Ills brogen left arm muat be robroken and prbi'iei'ly liot, .\inoiig tiie '�'cr-slon the llnoH of the book are well pro-�erved, and the play is in every way wortliy the attention of the public, which loves clean drama. hay lieeii talioii to make it so. Mr. Miirris re)!;ri'ts that bis now front has noi vn arrived, but, states that it. is 1:11 It;; '.vay from Scotland, and will, when iiihtallHI, bo one of llie prcUi-esi in tile West. A now pict'nre ma-cliino of the lateri type is hehiR in-�Klalliid loduy and .wiili tlie class ol pictures that Mr. �. Morrl.s always sjluiws in coniioction with the vaurtc-;'\''illc maVcs this eo'/'y theatre ^ home Wciold' Ba�eball Series Made a Hit, t'for everyone seeking Dninyiiient. A llocord-breakinR crowds afteiideij, .ticantifii! picliiro will !� shown l,o-StttHand yesterday and went away | nii^lit, ".VIong the l)nind)p," by llie �)Ktoedingly well pleased with the pro-' i'athft Co.; also tyjplher big (cature CURED OF COKSTIPilTOR Mpw Andrews praises Or, Moree'e Indian Reel PWo. Nr. Oaorgc Andrewa of HalMai. N.ft, pritta: ' "For many ycai^ I have beta treublcd with chronic Constipation, ' Thb all-mcDt Btvar comes siu|lc-haadtd,.and I bavc betn a victim to tht oiany IhMaatf that constipation bringa in ita train. Medicine after medicine t have takaa ia order to find rcliaf, but one and all left me ia the aame hopeless eonditioa. It Mcined that nothing would npd froa me tlie one ailment tliat cauacd ao vuch irotible, yet at last I rtud about tlMi* hidbu Root Pills. That waa indeed a iuclcy day for mc, (or I was so impressed with laa alatc-nienta mada that I dctcraiiacd ta give them a fair trial. Thay hara rtfulated my ftomachand kawala. I am curid of coaitjpatiaa, and I claim lbty.'iuiv� a* anal u  oidi-cine." > � Far over half a century Dr. MoaK's Indian Root PilU have been cuftaf ooB� itlnation and clogged, inactiverkidmya, with all the ailmeHt.i whicb raault fn>ai then. They cleanse Ihe whoW lyatani aad^urify the bload. Sold evaywlMra s � ;