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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE PACKEY McFARLAND AND FRED WELSH AT HAIR-SPLITTING SUMMERS KNOCKED OUT London, Ue'e. Summers, holder ot iiia Lord Lonsdale belt, ft us knoekud out in the ninth round by Sergeant Bashani, In a contest bold at the National Sporting club to- ulKbt for the welterweight championship ot Great Britain. OFIU1BB New York, Dec. 13.-A question ul one pound is now .the only obstacli'- in tlie way oi a ten-round bout in this city between 1'ackey Mcbaclniin and Freddie Welsh. 1'ackey wants In weigh 136 pounds at 3 o'clock on tlie. afternoon, ot the bout, but Welsh anil his manager, Hurry Pollock, refuse to conceilo an ounce over In fact, they declare this will give Mct'arlaud a his advantage as they iiaurc he would he able to pick up; BAN six pounds between :i o'clock and 11) j at night, the hour at which would enter tW ring, whilo the chain-1 jilon himseli would not tip I he scales New York, nee. Karland said he would give the pro-1 13. Johnson, of the American League, >D. JOHNSON ANNOUNCES DE CISION OF NATIONAL COM- MISSION FMPRESSI TONIGHT A SPECIAL 2 REEL EDISON SPECIAL The President's Special Fciturlni Pretty Mabtl Trgnnelli, tht Newest Briahteit St.r In the Moiion Picture ANOTHER DRAMA AND TWO SPECIAL COMEDIES CQMINO 8HERRAHS In long, dunetl Witch Special Patriotic Announcement. Many Lethbridge Ladies Entered for Big Charity Bonspiel A goodly number of the fair sex ever thronged the rink mil fcc on have entered for the Charity Hon- hand for the iun. Don I miss spiel, which comme-ucrs tomorrow ev- cuing at Hie Lcthbridxe Uurliiu; L'luu 11 there are any more links to be rink- Thcv arc: Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. entered for the fray see .las. Sehl Mrs. Seatle, Mrs. Stacey, Mrs: Win. Nelson or .Toim Marucdi. bn-! McCartv Miss Stewart, Miss Ktliel tries close tomorrow at noon. Stewart Miss Simmons, Miss CADILLAC MATCH TONIGHT -N'inimons, Miss Pound, Miss Taber curlers have chollrnpMl the] Miss liawden Miss Kane. Miss Lethbriclgo holders of the Cadillac! Ami Miss Patrick, Miss Anil trophy and the names will he played; 1) there will likely he more. this evening; at the local rink. Two; 11 The lalHes wju be assigned lo links sheets will be resorved for thesej ihc uonsp'iel commit-ite ii they games. TONIGHT Pictures and Music THE LATEST AND MOST IMPORTANT EPISODE OF THE "Million Dollar Mystery" THIS EPISODE IS ONE BIG PART OF THE MYSTERY CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS EPISODE position a few'days' consideration ipavillg tur Chicago, aiimilteu arc 'not "alTcady affiliated with some The trophy will he ilcicmleil the] and would reach _VaUollll, Commission rink, ,p I) UAGK TAYLOR WILL MEET FAST MAN AT SASKATOON Jim Essen, who beat Doc. Roller at Montreal, will wrestle Jack Taylor tor two tails to a finish at Saskatoon to- night. teruity. The refusal of the commission was based upon a 1'ne in keeping with tlie recent policy of economy endorsed by AMATEUR BOUT AT MONTREAL! both the National and American Montreal, Qiie., Dec. araa-! gues. Johnson declared that the two tear boxing, championships of the Do-1 most important concessions demand- ilcclineil llally to entertain favorably I to'novrow'b J Mil any one of the nine demands present- a" I s cd last week by David L. j Kvcrylhing is in excellent shape so k I Ste it sident of the Baseball 1'layers' Kra-jiar for this IHR charity bonspiel" ami I I hi tropln i> I the biggest of curlers and the 11 j tmu tn biggest crowd of spectators that has, Lethbridge. A. ie Mi I skip II. McNabl ss. Oaihcrrv H. Stafford i ir challenge at Ta'jcr anil minion which were'awarded to Mon- treal by the A-A.TJ. of C. last week, will bo'held in' this city all right. The officials of M.A.A.A. hail a con- ference with police authorities on Sat.-. urday, and no objection to the ama- teurs .performing will be lodged. WHITE WINS BOUT Kenosba, Wla., Dec. White, Chicago lightweight, knocked out Jimmy Murphy, also of Chicago, in the second round of ft scheduled 10- round exhibition here, last night. Whito followed a left hook with a right to his opponent's :jaw. EVERS GETTING BETTER New York, N.Y., Dec. con cd by the union would have imposed unfair burdens. Fultz and his board of directors who. for the most, part, are stars of the big leagues, wished organized hail to bind itself to accept immediately upon purchase or draft players secur-! cd from the circuits. Tt was' inside of the Boston Braves' system also desired that the same clubs of playing baseball, and the Inside should guarantee full major league story of the world's series. (By Hush S. Fullerton) George Stallings has been telling the calaries to those players turned cluhs of lower classification. I ly magazine, is a distinct benefit to the literature of the game nnd rather a rebuke to a lot of those ball player writers, who allow someone to write a lot of slush ar.d sign their names to ________ I it. Stallings wrote his own story. It reads Stailings all tho way through. SCRIBES I is aB E'nSery "s The Herald again swept the hoards' Stalling is on the bench, last night, heating' the A. MaeDonald; Braves' Fighting Blood i AT Y M C A Aii. rt. 'of the Co. with a handicap oi 35. pins, and! stagings how he, Mitchelland i Boston the Directors with a hamli- Bvera stirred un the. fighting spirit of nnd kept, that gallant SHSSJSi SMSat The "unch of bushes battling and going cal hotel, u-iere Evers has been 111 KILBANE WON Philadelphia, Pa.', Deo. Kilbane, the featherweight champion, outpointed Willie' Ilouek of this city in a six-round bout here last night. Houck fought aggressively nnd made a good hut the champion's ring experience enabled him to come out ahead in each round.'': Kilbane 125 and Houck 129 pounds. STOPPED THE; FIGHT New. Orleans, La., Dec. re- feree 'btopped the fight here, last night, between Prankie Burns and "ChiokJ: Hayes In the 13th round, and declared 'Burns, the winner. The fieht .was scheduled ;for 20 rounds, and was announced from the ring as for the.ha'nUmweiKht championship. games anh gave the Herald a fun. The scores Edgar................. Barr.......... McCullough close at top speed. But he is a bit top motl- I est about his own part, and 'while he Hells of the-goat-getting assault upon the Athletics, he does not tell it aP 14-1. ISO; i was with Stallings'and his team vvay jn Canada 121, New vorfc the night that Smith 8fi 10B broke his the ;world's series ----------.right at hand. The injury of Smith Handicap.......................... 35 35 was a terrific blow to the Braves, and stallinss himself was very 388 talking to very brave and very hopeful whenever one of tlra 131 120! players came near. Just 146 149 team started to Philadelphia, Stallings 137 167 outlined his plan of action: 436 "We're going right at ho said. "We're going to try to rush MR BURY New Vice-PresJdent and General Manager of tlie Canadian Pacific" Hall- Horald- IJyans Buchanan McArthur Irving Stafford GRIPPING STORY EMPRESS Handicap 165 l'JC them off their feet and fight them un- HJ K'tKs Jv.nySftjS S, tonight and the Empress way. They have been a handshaking, is offerlnK an Edison two- 382 373 championship team. IE we special feature "The President's 25 there 'and hold a reception' and shake i hands all round, .they'll beat, us, GIBBONS OUTPOINTS BRENNAN Buffalo, N.Y., Dec.: Gib- bons of, 3t. Pftnl outpointed and out- Willie Brennan of Buffalo in every found of then last'nlght. 10-round hout 4 .ONG CONTRACT FOR STALLINGS Boston, Mass., Dec. T-. Stalllcjs, who led the Bos- ton Nationals to the world's .will continue as manager Of the 'club for at least five years, according to BOV.LINC, 10NIGHT The Koral Kidpath and Ln- ion Bank howl tonight "at woid signed a contract eitendlug four years beyond the coming season, when -''.his previous ff agreement will expire. Neither Siblings nor President Gaff ney would announce the salarj terms of the -ne'.w 'contract. Ir ALBERTA A.A.U. TAKE EXCEPTION. TO RULING Threaten to Show.Up the Lacrosse Action >f C.L.A. Alberta Amateur Athletic Union, ia 'annual session here, took strong i the rulings of the C X A U and the Canadian association in the [Mann Cun Kendall control em, aud there promisee to bs some interesting i developments in the near future which I will cause the public to reflect and wontler how the game of amateurism womler now He has conducted, M Edwards :was elected i president and Lerqy Chowan secre- tary of the board 'of governors for 1S15. DOPE HARD TO FIGURE XMAS. TURKEYS GET YOUR XMAS TURKEYS Turkey Shoot AT GEORGE BROHMAN'S. ON THE S, S. DUNHAM FARM, 6 MILES S. E. OF LETHBRIDGE Thurs., Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. sharp Everybody Welcome. Lunch given bj, Jlr. Brohnmn after the shoot. have then, featuring' pretty, fascinating el Trunnella, the latest shining 'esting story'pictures the strug- _ of a t'elegrauif opsriitor, who has r it. ''ibeen on'duty'forty-eiglit hours. fight- Let the Athletics Worry oK the power of sleep, "Every team that ever has on, to slK.'curai, [0- Nature's demands, the Athletics has been licked before HeJawakeng too 9 dashes by. it started. The other team has done 's- Ws-wjfe's wild'ride in an auto in all the-worrping and all the effort to prevent the wreck and Now we'll see how they like worrying iaye her bonor. This pic- and-guessing. I think if we can Four: other reels them-started and worry them they'll- be-just as liable to play bad ball as we "I'll flue any player on my. team that Hbakea hands with one of theni; and I'm going to-.send Ui'e hoys at them-blood ri'w." It was beautiful to see the Braves carry out Stslllugs' you know how it worked. The Athletics did all the worrying, and when the IJraves saw that .the champions wera; flustered they pulled off stuff .they. never would have dared try. will be shown oii'the same program. Coming next week the Sherrahs Billie' and Marie, the colored enter- tainers, in tuneful mirth, song-and nonsense.. See ths man 'with the rub- ber -face.. The Empress concert, or- chestra will contribute pleasing music. Bravet Shy on and ting but Win Anyway Another .-look at those official Na- tional league, averages, and percent- ages- agalir< proves that Old 'Grand- father Dope" is rapldlp losing .caste even in baseball. The-World's Champion Braves'stole 100 less bases during the season than the Giants, and 70 less than: the j spieed, downhroken-. and 'denatured Cincinnati team. l the same.figures again, you'll find..that DrobkSyn Jed the: lea- gue in pounding out base hits, but ac- cording to the most authentic Informa- tion we can glean, the. Dodgers sel- dom threatened 'challenge the Braves in the fluti ot the latter to the pennant. HOLIDAYS The Chrlatroas holidays in Leth- bridge will not be devoid of good the- atrical attractions, for the .now. justly famous Columbia Minstrels''will ._____ at the Sherman Theatre for two days, the 25th and 26th. with a special _____......... _____ lightweight' matinee on Christmas Day. All the champion, 'will attempt to come to be found in a first- ITCHIE SIGNS UP FOR FOUR FI8HT8 Vancouver. B.fX Dec. Kilchle, former world's lightweigi ih-the northwest within the next few' weeks. He. has signed for four 4- roimtl bouts at Eversetv near' for J5000. His first match will with the winner of the match at Seattle today. Burns recent-: ly won the Canadian lightweight title from Johnny O'Leary. class minstrel show will be seen in this attraction. Clever comedians, a fine, harmonious male quartette, in- strumentalists, lishtnlng cartoonists, soloists, dancers, and a host of other talented performers, 'will appear on the programme: To add a-finishing PHILLIES -READY TO JUMP York, NY, Dec Jt'ww learncil yesterday that- two players of the Philadelphia Nationals were preparing to jump to the Federal lea- gue. vThese arc Outfielder N. Magce and-Thihl Baseman .Hans Lobert. Magec said he would go lo the Brooklyn Federal league club, having been offered a year, twice as much a9- President Baker pays him. Lobert, according to .his CUP HOLDERS NOTIFIED Vancouver, B.C.. Dec. Coast amateur lacrosse'officials have received official won! irom the A.A.U. of C. to the effect that Vancouver of- ficially holds the 'world'ii amateur championship. Joe Lally's decision is to be ignored. The Mann cup is still here, and will not go to Calgary. ,j touch, the screamingly funny farcical "A -Menagerie Let will also be presented. Popular pric- es will prevail, and a portion' of" the proceeds will lie donated to local re- A Hippy Thought It is suggested that Tom Jones, Dan: Morgan and Dan McKeterick be com- pelled to transact their business in, pantomime In He-fnture and thereby save the guttering public a Jot of un-; necessary annoyance.. "Well, said the colonel, "I understand your club has declined to admit Julius to membership." "Dat'n a fact, returned the old dar-. key. "Ah ilnnno what de objection to team -mates, is rrepared to ko 'either Julius was, but when (ley ccme to lief work. ALBION RIDGE NEWS Raymond Welsh has disposed of his -farm' to :Ole Jorgenson of Barons, who. -will take possession next spring. School is opened again. The kiddies :should do their best, for there is no guarantee of school -vbon the 53W opens. Mr. Thicker of Tiber has taken up reildcuce on Walter Parkin's farm, and will' remain during the 'winter ;with his stock. If sonic invader were to capture fcho country and fore? the' wear fllimsr low-necked garments in tho .would be spoken oi as an ati-ocitv.. It .takis Dame Fashion to to Brooklyn oi Baltimore. vote, dey done whHeballed him.' Jet away wlMi a stunt like that. Two More Episodes Starland Concert Orchestra Clean Sweep Sale NOW FOR A SWEEP- ING CLEAN UP SALE OF MEN'S HIGH GRADE SU ITS AND O V E R C O A TS, AND MANY OTHER LINES OF WINTER WEIGHT WEARING APPAREL FOR MEN. A CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME TO BUY HIGH GRADE CLOTHING AT A SAVING OF FROM 2S TO OUR REASONl WE HAVE TOO MA NY SUITS AND OVER- COATS FOR THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR AND AS WE DO NOT DEAL IN 'CARRY EVERY 8AR- MENT HAS RECEIV- ED MARCHING ORD- ERS, AND IF PRICES ARE ANY INDUCE- MENT OUR STORE SHOULD BE THRONG- ED FROM NOW UN- TIL AFTER XMAS AS MANY OF THE GAR: MENTS WILL Bg SOLD AT A LESS PRICE THAN WE COULD REPLACE SAME FOR, FROM THE MANUFACTUR- ER TODAY. SELL WE MUST! COST WILL BE FORGOTTEN! We are Compelled to Reduce our Stock This Sale Starts Thursday, Dec. 17 And includes the best makes of Century, Fit-Reform Society Brand Clothes. Don't'miss this- sale. An investment here means Big Savings. READ! 1 lot of Men's Blue and Black Beaver Cloth Overcoats, regular J5 Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale to Sale................. Men's Tweed Men's Tweed Men's Tweed Men's Tweed S22.00. Men's Tweed 125.00. Men's Tweed MEN'S SUITS Price Sale Price 818.00. Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price 125.00. Sale Price 328.00. Sale 1'onlv Rat Lined Overcoat. Xo J Otter collar, reg. S75. Sale 1 only Blaesk-Russian Rat Lined Coat. No. 1 Labrador Olter ilegular prioo Euf Collared Overt-oats, rublier interlined, reg. Sale.. Bargain Tables-Christmas Novelties Table No. 1 Silk Ties, Jewel Boxes, Silk Handker- Mufflers, etc., etc. Ivw Your choice Table No. 2 Fancy Silk HOUM Slippers, Collir Boxes, Neckwear, Afl Your choice .......................9I.UU Linen' Handkerihleft, initialled, half m b Arm Band Sets, .Cellar Boxes, etc. Your choice Table Np. 3 ox; Silk Mufflers, Fancy Suipenders and CA NTs McKELVIE M. J Jt ;