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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETiniH'lDflE DAILY IIKKALU Big Sensation Tonight" "The Still Alarm" The Greatest Fire Picture ever attempted Hockey PRACTICE THURSDAY EVENING. MUSIC ANDDRAMA Canadian Lightweight to 'The a Great Way Produced in London London, -G. RelnhanU's "rent wordless spectacular play. "The Mir- acle." produced last night at the Olympla. is pronounced by l.onJon critics, to be a revelation in scenic craftsmanship. The vast ball where Run Up Against Pal Moore Every Foot is Great Sensational the international horse show is hold ittd been fitted up to seat poo- Secured at Big Expense Will Defend His Title Against Munroe Tonight j Kill i Oily, Mo.. Doc. j Catch ind Alexander Munroo, British1! tltio holders, will meat tonight in Con-! vent ion Hall in this city in a fiuiili j maili The Iowa .wrestlm- has an-1 no meed that the match will be his final ippearance before the public to defend I the'mjrld title. Munroe' has said hej will-return to England shortly after his tilt, no matter what the result He sail today -there was just one other Anieri tan he would like to B. P. shoulders he would guarantee to put to the mat six 111 iitr hour. The'V. JI. C.. A. hockey team will have -Ihelr llrst practice Tllilrsilny evening the rink, starting at and continuing until All members1 of the "Y" who play ibc game and possess n stick are wel- come to Join In Iho practice. It is requested that the follow- lus players turn out: .Messrs. Daw- son, Wedd, lirooks, .Murch, .McAr- thur, Onrietie, Dobson, Mead. Wrlm- iUeswortb, Stewart. A meeting: will be he-Id after the practice. WANDERERS AND QUEBEC TEAMS CLASH FRIDAY Opening, of PrcfMiional Hockey. in the Eiit. Montreal. Dec. first game of this siiiou will he played on Friday I in igh ai Quebec between the Quebec JOHNSON Home Again and Ready to Fight Anyone Jaflk Johnson, world's champion atch weights, which pugilist, amved m Xew York leu would have to give him tea pound Europe in lime to be home in America tnc very least. The battle will b 'or Christmas with his mother, who watched by Billy's friends with con ives at Chicago. Johnson, said before slderable interest, and as excursion eavlng Xew York that he would flqht! rales are on during the holiday sea -illy man in the. world whenever purse of was guaranteed. Johnson appeared to be strenuous efforts to bring, the' pair to- gether, Billy Alleu and Pal Moore have at last been, matched to fisht ten rounds at Rochester, New Year's Cay a: 133 at C o'clock. .The Otta- wa boy will bo giving bin opponent about, five pounds. Charlie Huck, Allen's manager, has >een trying to get Billy hooked up with ihe Philudelphiii Pole for a long Ime, hut More who has always re- used to make weight, for anyone for he reason he .is a heavy lightwuigl. hamming as a featherweight, alway vanted to climb through the ropes n grace by Mile. Tronhaneva ijEon, nulte a few local sports inaj cross the line and see the battle. shape. He said that he had taken care of Ills health and was in cood condition. Reports that he welshed 'Vai dereni team, regardless ofice'aoo pounds were contradicted iy his conditions at the ancient capital, it appearance, lie stepped on the scales was announced that Ernie Russell has again joined rthe Wanderers and it is also expected that Pud Glass will join the before the first game.. which showed less than 240 pounds. Johnson said that he had been mak- ing money and was' better off than when he left Skating Now in Full Swing in Lethbridge Ska mi, I _s taken on its real up ,the few cracks Fa b he low. The weather is Just slit i-'j I st night 'quite a large nitm- of tioonlc! of all ages were invigor- nt cMldrtn', -Skate While the Skating is Cfpp'd. today for .Moose Jaw to join jlain andj success of tbe Lethhridgc city band. Morm, who went west a few days As a matter of faet, however, the will lend its unanimous support in lasl, resource uses stilts to make im i contributing towards the complete for his natural deficiencies ami is I for his natural deficiencies ami to provoke peals of 1 i' OF CAREER finite foal in view and you will In the new. league, you gentlemen 1 which includei Mooie .Tnw, Saskatoon your Work with a de-. ,.ind Prince .Albert. The Brandon jplayern are air in first, cliisa condition jnnd full .of confidence that, they ara of inittinc uj) u good -argument any assi'eniatliin that cither TELECMPHIC 'askatoon or Prince .Albert can gel, v' are Dec. Ty.C.bb He Will R.tlr. From 1 Baaabal Detroit, quit baseball when I feel that I have "1 plan to after having i year. That may be four or flic ir eight. I hope tp be In such a iKnitio, uy that Ume Mn wjthoui "I shall for remainder of. iy HO. "It is my opinion that Cy Touug ia ig decld: f'-'J'i Ty tobb, between acts ,In hisircnuinlng iu the game. He is cccd. contest Bijou Thiatre i" -self a during ,he IUMUI; rnu coiuest win ino reputations liolldayi and the seating'ca-lM! decided in tho near future. >r and it Is likely that drying room at the n gambler', chance "of coming" the "wires" will be held.today. "I will not continue. In the and n- cracks nnd Edmonton, j game a day after I feel myself bejjln-l Hrid Cy in tho :heyda.v' e r.re In comninr.iratloi, with.' the ml.tako. that verdict men, and if satisfactory of conllnnltiB nnlll (hoy lose I will he just 'poor old we made Ihe contest wllljlho reiiiitations made, "There wlll.be omy svmpMhy nVil [nlxlise." ;