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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Y, DECEMBER 22. PAGE THREE CHAMPION SAYS HE WAS STALE Wslsh Doesn't Try to Excuse 'Pom Showing Against .Shugrue; THOUGH NOT CHAMPION New York, 31. The. ranking I committee of the U. S. X. L. 1. A. I issued the annual list Saturday, Mali- i rice K ijBLoughlin oi California get- I ting the honored place oi No. 1 for the third' consecutive visir. In plucini! the hero or the Uivis cup nutchis 1 above K. Norm rtilliams 11, the national champion who licit Mi I Louchlin at-New pott, the commit ..u clearly state in the npotl that .lie lawing is aceordiiitt to the. acoiu Ti'rcd C. Ininan, chairman, I 1'atc and W. M. Hill, the .ommi'tet, ''The committee deems it unn-cib sarv to comment on the i-onilM son of these -ivvo" records 1 he data tells its own' story. It admits oi in, uis mission. It. csUibMu-s without on doubts whatever the recoid ovu that ol Ml and ti.c lormci has hut. Tore been awarded lust plate committee reuimmuids that the. national association piss a tule th.i in comiiiR years the national rhuu pioa be arbitrarily rate, No. 1 and that the rule be made clear whether Wine Special Combinations NO. 1. (i BOTTLES XMAS BEEN. 45 i BOTTLE OLD POKT, xo. 2. 1 BALLON NIAGARA POKT. 50 1 IMI'EJKI AL QUART SCOTCH WHISKY. X-U. 1 BOTTLE INVALID PORT. 25 i50'rTLi: SHERRY. 1 BOTTLE BRANDY. Ual. Special Vintage Port, per gallon Hudson's Bay Co. PHONE 613 SKATING HOCKEY TONIGHT The People's Rink IT WILL BE A Desperate Struggle ADMISSION" Adults 25c Children lac Including skatiiif; after closi! of Hockey Match. Don't miss tills: come early; game .will start at T.liO sharp. SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) ON CHRISTMAS DAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING CITIZENS BAND Eckatoiin limhlliig: -Athletic :jf Park'.' Spectators Fi'cc. ruie ui- or not Davis cup matches ate TO BACK WHITE Admirers of Chicago Boxers Raise Fool for 20-Rouhd Bout With Welsh Chicago. 111.. Dee. admir- ers ot Charley White, lightweight, Freddie Welsh doesn't try to excuse fishier, hare formed a pool of bib poor showing against Young Shu-1 to be wagered on White in a con- g uo was given the verdict al-itest with Freddie Welsh, lightweight most unanimously by- the New York champion The cond tions call for a and other sporting writers 'who 20-round bout to a decision. LEGAL DOT INTEfilllflni LEAGUE saw the bout. e was tired, that's said Welsh, j ringside. Cimaeo 111 Dee don't be- lieve It asserted Pre Ident James A, Gilmore of the Federal league, when U. be taken into nMount- bl. shugrue iii any ol women s list, -.iguin heancu o> niv showing' against i A telegram last night was sent to ith'e'r way. Vve been Xew York stating that White's admlr- U' lie ianL-ii siuti'rue in anv ot uer way. i ve ,-nc" The women's list, again headed bj llUeiv and I've pritc- i ers vvou'id be willing to deposl'.the Miss Marv lirovvnc of (Jatiioniia; was 6 m -rol. the I money In Xow York, where the cham- Prcparcd Mrs. B. WalUich, chair- realize 11 pion is making his headquarters, man lire. Thomas C... Uuncly ami ,uld stlllo to miss g. Mrs. IJ. f, llrigB3- TCT McI.OUGHLl.V HEADS Lib! The first' 10' men singles E. McLougtilin. Williams n. .-i-Karl H. Behr. Lindlcy Murray. r.-Wililam J. Olothicr. 6-ffilliam Johnston: M. Church. S-Fredcy-ick B. Alexander, V- Washhiirn. Foltrell. -VtSADINU. DOUBLKS. 'In doubles'the first 10 arc.-. 13. lilcLoughlin null I- M.' Church and Dean Mathev.'" :i-K. H. Behr and T, K. Bell. (iriflin. H, llaekelt. ami I''. B. Alex- Browne and Claude Wayne. 7_N W NMles and A. 8-v.v. J. .Clothier, and ,1. 1J. Gard- ner, Jr. 3-H. C. Shaffer and liinfi kmith.- Little and F. C. Inman. LEADIN'O WOMEN PLAM'.Hb 'Hie first 10 women Brovvnf. Florence Sutton. Marie Wagner. Edward Raymond. Edith P.otch. Eleanora Sears. Robert Williams.. Davis Wpod. A. Niem'eycr. Sara Livingston. ___ gone slalc Shiigrue, and found there was no sting in my punches when I connected. "Besides that, I tried the usual fool stunt of tryingito- please tile mob by mixing. Had I boxed .niy usual'rangy fight I 'wouldn't have had the shock of waking- up the next morning, and reading of how badly 1 had been out- i fought'. I'm, not trying to take any- thing away from SHiigrue. -He's a good boy, and a splendid, fair fighter. But I co'uld have gone en fighting him told that Walter Johnson, star ot STARLAND WILL BE PERFUMED BY THE FRANK H.ED- J LEY DRUG CO. WITH PALMER'S EXCELLENT PERFUiviES To-night Only THE DEBT EPISODE OF THE BEST SERIAL EVER PRODUCED GREAT COMEDY SPECIAL "TAXI 23" A CYCLONE OF LAUGHTER Other Big Attractions To-night Starland TO-MORROW Starland ROUNDING UP THE CONSPIRATORS IN Million Dollar Mystery REMEMBER, THERE IS ONLY ONE MORE EPISODE AFTER THIS. V Starland Concert Orchestra list tor had signed Am- Tc-ronto; Out.; Dee. con- James Gilmore of the Federal league, "Johnson signed a contract a couple of weeks ago to play two years witn the Chicago Federal league dull, and advance de- leaving tonight for Chicago ,he made the statement that Toronto, which has had several visits from Federal lea- gue-magnates, would be a-member of clared Mr. Qllmore. T. Mr fjiimnrr. the circuit in 1910. He further stated lled JohZu is too honorable that the Federals 'were now.busily en- L repute the contract he i rS-ltatement that' he is ,of Walter Johnson, who signed a Fed. his for 100 years without knocking: me out.-" .fear -of-.hisj The semi-final and the final will Ixe staged in' the charity bonspiel a t the- curling' rink The? still1 in the running are-: "Y.-JI.-C; __________________I Arlington Hotel, Davidson Motal ROWLAND SIGNS YOUNG STAR j at 7 P YM Chicago, .111., Dec will play the Rowland today completed his., first. ot-J stowart rink. winners of these Rmmwtrl0 i two contests will play the lin- bromwicK, a[ (jrsl. thc great char- ity bonspiel will be established. "The contests last night were. J. as manager "of Americans by slsnmf At third baseman of the Davenport (Iowa) club in the Three-1 league. Unless President Charles Comiskey, who returned today from French Lick, "liv'' and' is said to he negotiating for Eddie out. The scores Foster of the Washington Americans and Fritz >Maiael of the.Xevv York Am- ericans, succeeds in -hauling- one of the for. 'contract la 'binding may be true, but we are convinced that the option is not binding, arid 'that itjis worthless. are certain Charles president of the Cbipago .said to- night, that take oyery 'iegal jiteji possible to .jtaiforee Johnson's contract with tho Federals.. I .To Get ayYe'ar I Johnson will getHhe .cxiuiyalenl'ot a year in hoiXus' and ac- cording to Information received liter President OiUnore. .'The Federal league presidejit asserted tho Wash- major leaguers, liromwtck vylll play tiiird base. His batting average for lust season was .310. and it was his hitting, together with his -base run- ning, which was largely responsible winning the pennant. DAVIES' WINNINGS i Tlie Robert Davies' string i last season, Calgary heading the 1 list of sixteen with S2G30 Plate. Glass I won onlv ?22o with two thirds the most, part fairly evenly fought, Engineers Hudson's Bay the Arlington Kirk-ham.................. Davidson Metal Co. J. Kose Co........ M t 'AlacDonald Co. iugton. club- niust have offered gre'at pitcher more than he was .to get from the-Chicago Federals, which vyas not far from "I don't-believe Johnson Hopped un- til he was.offered a. great deal more R declared Mr. Gilmore. "His 5-kofitract with tlie Washington club I1 may''call for only J12.500 a.year, but signed him for considerably more 8 Khan that, and'I can not believe but Washington is paying him even -9 imore. My infoi-mation is that he will receive a year in bonuses a.ud The Best -Bargain Southern Alberta Hamper No. 1 Contains 1 BOTTLE SCOTCH (McKeniie'i) i BOTft'E BRANDY (Jules Coaden) 1 BOTTLE TOM GIN (Barclay's) 1 BOTTLE GINGER WINE (Bernard's) 1 NATIVE PORT (Br.lght Co) 1 BOTTLE FINE OLD RYE. Bottles for llesular price of -tS.50. No. 2 Contains 1 BPTTLE' SCOTCH (Wllker't Kilmarnock) _ v 1 BOTTLE BRANDY (Otjrd Dupy) I BOTTLE SHERRY (Dulf Gordon) 1 BOTTLE CHERRY WHISKEY (Van DerA.) M BOTTLE PORT (Santos 1 BOTTLE GINGER WINE TTLE RYE1 I BOTTLE RYE1 1 'BOTTLE TOM GIN (Barclay's) 1 BOTTLE RUM 9 Bottles for f Regular of jroods Herman SUCCESSOR TO J. 3. REUTER. 120 5th SI..S., Uthbridjt P. O. Box 203. .Phone 665. Mill Ordert' prompt Order early, .for only limited number remains. CLABBY -TO MEET GIBBONS Crack Middleweights Will Clalh .Jan- uary 21 at Milwaukee Engineers Stewart. Davidson Metal Co. Citv Oiiiccs "I can see that conditions in Tor- onto ara.mpre or less unsettled owing to the part taken by Canada, and the rest of the British Empire -ill tho Eu- ropean: said.. Gilmpye. 'Aye- think that :-itvvould not be .advisable to place a- teain in this city in 191JJ." "Our circuit .is not as .compact as we would desire, and Toronto offers the solution of the dilticinty. Were conditions normal; we would assuredly place a team here next season. Ample backing: has.ilie'en offered us here. "Our .-experiences in Baltimore and 3uf falo have shown us, that at least some, of the International league cit- ies are .ready for Federal league base- bail. There, is lip question in my mind-that .Toronto is a major league city." Alter .ihedenartnre of the Federal president, it was learned that a power- ful local corporation had offered to supply pie.uty of backing for the gue in this', city. APOLOGY DUE THE BOMBARDIER All apology is due. to Bombardier Wells. The Bombardier has been criticized and har'pooned a lot for fall TONIGHT 2 REELS 2 REELS 1 .REEL THE Clat. Colored Entertainerl. THE EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA-THE BEST MUSIC, Watch" for Special Xma. Prooramme being arranged for. STELLAR Pfl'OGRAMIVfE" 7 AT THE EMPRESS The eleventh instalment of. derful ".Lucille .Love, the Girl of Mys- tery" serial at tie. 'jrfl- preSB last night, and. proved by far the most exciting nnd-tliriliiag of this storyof sensations. Luelile her escape in an automobile driven at break-neck speed the treachei oua mountain roads of Mewo There Is also a realistic battle between the Mexican bandits ana the American soldiers, and'the theft.of. Iftrecj. hand SUlUlHla, HIIU of horses ty frtffl a rich uie u He asid "some eminent judge" will decide whether Johnson shall play for 6ver Criricizmi iuiu jiaiuuuntu u. ,.jo ure to tal'e up arms for England. Jack oi uoraeH uy American rancher. "The Helpful Sis- e Federal or the American league. is juat back from England, and Jack says, the true facts vindicate the British heavyweight IMPO8TER POSES A8 HANK GOWDY Milvvau'ee Deo -1 Negotia tons were closed todiv fora 10 round boxing match in Jamiar.y, >1 between .Timmy Clalyby and Mike. Meridian admirers of HahK- Gowdy, Uie Braves' backstop, have been. duped to the extent :of sev eril dinners anv number of treats and jn money ov a. fakir who as sumed name of trs celebrated talchir and midt- a short staj her" lasUvveek The mau who left a let 'ter addressed to R I Bremer from has three brothers in the ser- vice nud it -was reported that one had been killed recently. While they are away. Bombardier Wells is suiiport- three families as well as his own. PHESIPENT tti, -.j 'ter addressed to remer Gibbons The men ire mldcllenuglite SO liore a striking re- John Ward now arises to claim the position ol cmirman of the Society oil nose Rabbii Mar anville. rcau with much interest a ston that Gilbert nobmson made a eood showing wi.h the Btookljn club Jc- Birminglnm ought to claim i shire oi the. wmills UitnipionMmi coin on that-basis feernblaiicc to Gowdy. Suspicion was laised by man who said that'Gowdy was in another part of the country in the meantime the pseudo Gowdy fied." charges hare been made against him yet. f McVEY WINS'.FROM WILLS New Orleans, La., Deo. Mc- a-deci ston over Harry negro, 20 found hei e todaj President T Emmeit Qumn cf the dtionaf Hotkev association is turn ing inventor He has neirlj perfected a new re ferees whistle the tone of which will be verv difficult to imitate by bright sie-tators at horkev matches who like to create confusion. Largest 1 nipoi tcis in Southern Albortn, on li.uid a (oniplctc Oin to be of abhohire I'ui'it.v goods ure i Genuine. Sliipniouls jnadc (o all p.irls ol liio conn try. CO. ALBERTA. QUINN IS AN INVENTOR terhood is a. picture taken from life, portrayed b? of abilities depictinE tie of poor girl in trjing to remain honeit when associatiug with girls of rich parents. See her final fall from the iath of honestv and hoiv one. who mew shows all the girls the error of their ways This Is bes ond doubt, the greatest storv of strong heart interest ever shown The Sherrahs, the color- ed entertainers, worked their wa> into the hearts of-the LetUttlicIgCM'uWlc yesterday, and proved they are vaudc- artists ot abilitj. T TO FLUSH KIDNEYS Eat less meat if you feel Backachy or Bladder troubles l> fine for Kidneys Meat forms uric aqid which elites and overworks the kidneys in their snorts to (liter it from the sxstem Regular caters of meat must flush the kidnevs ocrasionallv You must re Iieve like pon relieve your bow els- removing all the acids, waste and poison else vou feel a dull miser) in the Kidne; region, sharp pains in the batk or sick headache }our stomach eours tongue is coated and when the weather: is bad you have rheumatic twinges The urine is cloudv full ot sediment, the channels often get irritated obliging- -vou to get up two or three times during the night To these irritating acids and flush- off the body's urinous waste get about four ounces of JaJ from anv phirmacv, take a table- spoonful in a slass oC water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine and bladder disorders disappear This famous is made from the ai id of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia and used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys and stop bladder irritation Jad Salts is inexpensive harmless and makes a dellfihttiil often esc-cnt lithia water drink which millions of men and wo- man take now and then, thus avoiding serious kiducj and bladder diseases by J. D. Hlginbotham and Co., COLUMBIA MINSTRELS 'AT SHERMAN FOR HOLIDAYS Seats aie now selling at the Hed lev Drag Co for the great holiday at- traction the Columbia Minstrels, who will make their much-heralded'appear mice at the Sherman Theatre on div md Saturdas next In accord with tho holiday spirit, a special bar- gain matinee wnl be given on Chiist mas Dav at popular prices The Columbia Minstrels present a guaranteed first class performance, fully equal in even resoect to anj company which has appeared in Leth bridge at ans time Their nffermS i" built for laughing purposes only, and patrons of the performances this week- end 'will be treated to two hours and a half of solid fun Fifteen big acts, Including the scream A. Menagerie Let make up tne programme Special mention IB made of the fact that the company is al vyhite resorting to the popular burn cork class 'of entertainment A portion of the proceeds will he donated to local relief. DANCE Don't forget the Dance in the lUirgmaini Hall WEDNESDAY EVENJNO December o'clock till-12.. 'GENTS 50c. IN IHEATi Great Holiday Attraction1 XMAS DAY AND SATURDAY December 25 and 26 THE COLUMBIA MINSTRELS NEW COMeOIANfrri COMPANY POPULAR PRICES Nights, 25c to 75c BARGAIN MATINEE'XMAS AND 50c .SEATS NOW ON SALE AT MEDLEY DRUG CO. A PORTION OF RECEIPTS WILL' BE DONATED TO LO- CAL RELIEF WORK. Slayer of Harry, Green Confesses CONTINUED FROM FRONT Sis arrest several of Hill's 'belong-; ings were found in Green's'-posses-j sion Despite the fact that a large number of witnesses were call- ed by the crown, the evidence, asi was natural perhaps, was to a more' or less extent, of a circumstantial! character This was no doubt siblc for the recommendation ol met- cv MoJgtit m by the Jiirv'. "During the past few davs who had been constantly attended by, Rev Douglas Biggs, rector of Set; Man's church, has been persistently requested-bv his spiritual advisor to- read certain passages from the Bible and uprni suUi occasions Ireqiientlv broke down anu called upon Jus er for forgiveness of his sins It not till vesterday, however, that he made a complete confession, ot his rnme hib statement being taken SOOT hv Governor Heathoote md, signed by Orccn in the presence qovernor, Itev Douglas Bigvts and W. H Green, one of the guards! -.f Connie it an unique He doesn't UT that Eddi- Is a hum tnd all lu jtut bwmwi jumped to the i L' ;