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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, THE DAILY H K K A L, V I'AGK 'i'HKBK HESS WILLARD TO GET PERCENT- AoE OF RECEIPTS INSTEAD OF GUARANTEE New Orleans, Diu. Tommy Hums, who was a pnrlncr with Dom- Torlonch in (lie negotiations Jiir the heavyweight. championship lii-ht lii lie lieli'l hern Mulch 4 helwmi Jess Williml anil Fred Fulton, -aii- noiinml ioiiny that he personally iviiiild take over tor tlic anil wuulil stage it'as an independent promoter. A percentage! of the riOTipts. Hums Kuiil, would he stihstlhitud lor the lo Willar.il, win, or draw, arrnnged for in the A1HIEIE DIES SUDDENLY THOMAS L. SHEVL1N, MULTI-MIL- LIONAIRE AND FAMOUS FOOT-j BALL PLAYER: OF MINNEAPO- LI3, SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA.! GRAECO-ROMAN CHAMPION IS CATCH-AS-CATCH-CAN ASPIRANT "Ti'irlorieli said toiUiy lie would navel to do with Hie .Minneapolis. Dei. muteli unless Fulton lirst toUKlil ;iiul defeated '.lie winner (ii (lie nn-Coiiey liglit which takes place in Turk January 7. r ,j. Burns Will Stage Bout Uliienyo. Dei-.. .situation volvwl in tin; pnipnseil Wilhml-Kniton liiiiit for the world's championship at Orleans Alarcli I next was L. Slicvlin, of this cil.v, mil- Homilru luiiiberinaii ami Yali.1 football died at his lioino here fnini pnelliiHHtia this uionilliK. .Mr. Sliovlln contract- ral a eold wiiile training Vale football suund last fall. Alex tho liiiBsiun wrestler. is ii candidate (or the by Frank Ootcli Aberg is now Uio V (.inieco-Homiui mat eliampion and is V after the loading 'honors at the catch- as-cateli-can style. The ttussinn'is a forniidahle srappler, as his .work in Tjtlio tournaments at Madison V Square Garden indicates. He lias met and detailed about all of tho-liest wrestlers iu Europe and on this Hide tile Atlantic. Among those who fell before him in this country ivas HEBREW GETS C. B. brigadier (Jenerul .John Monash, C. B.r V. C., first Australian general of- ficer to receive the Order of the Hath as a reward for: meritorious conduct In the field. In civilian life he is a leader in the engineering rofession iu Australia, tie commanded the Fourth Australian Infantry Brigade and ibrought the second convoy to Efrynt. After this he went to flullipqH when his brigade was singled cut tor com- mendation ty General Gedley for its splendid achievements. us possible we can sigi articles when you arrive. "TOMMY 11UUXS." tifty-iivc minutes roeiil Aherg and Steelier would make mi- MI.! n I a Kooil pair to contest, for the cham- million dollar insurance policy on his 1110: laking the U'lcgtam inin-i carried half a rall- don't lones, in lie, "I don't w.' the need for new articles, but 1 will be in Orleans Wednesday morning. Tl'w v.ill lie no quibbling." Andrews to Scene of Battle .Milwaukee, Wis., Dee. 2S. Tom Andrews, a Milwaukee sport writer lion. Khevlin was horn in Huston, Micli., iu March, 1883. lie entered the lumber trade with the Slievlin-Car- pisntet company, oi wliicli his father, Thomas 11. was head, in ISHI7, in liHl, when illness forced liisj uiiil fistic: left_ today for i retirement yonns Slicvlin as- Or'ejns to see ii he could; the management of seven eom- Mrai.difen out Hie muddle over recognize.'! tin: world's big- jiroKS Wiilard-Fulton bout at New j lumber corporation. Orleans during Manii Gras week. at Vale Tom Shevlin won Andrcus recently signed Willard' lii'il Flillon to. the acting as for Tortoi'ich and Burns, the Nev Or! urs.proirsotrrs. Later it was Minuuncril Unit Burns mill Torloricll Tio'.dil snbstifiue Frank 31oran for fame as.-a gridiron-star, and was foEiiixeil as proiiably tlie world's; tfrraiesl.. foothall fdayer, wnhoui.- premier of ail winiiers of Yale LES DARCY WINS IN EIGHTH ROUND BEFORE PEO- PLE AT SYDNEY REGINA TEAM WINNERS .law. Dec. Sydm LK via London, Dec. Darcy, the middleweight I'hiuupion of Australia, eiisily ricfcat- t-d Kddic AfcCioorty, an American middleweight, in the eighth round of punished Editor .Scharber, of tlie Hudson, South Dakota, Hudsonite, is a German who is thorouglily di.sgiifitctl with the actions of his countrymen. Here is what he suvs aneiu tlie Cavell mur- der: "What IB there to be said OE ii piece of uncalled for barbarism like that? Don't yon think it makes me ashamed of my Ucnnan birth when to their distorted military 'minds such out- raKtious things are deemed neceasury'i And don't you know that tlie good jjeople of Germany deplore the net as mucli as I, but what can they dp witli the iron hand at their throats and a war mad Kaiser prodding them on? Cavell .nursed German sold- iers as well as Belgians and English, and jierformeu" her duties as head nurse in the hospitals impartially. Why did not. the stern Germans de- Perfect Gum- is small iu cost, big in benefit. Joy immense for 5 cents. It's toothsome, soothing, refresh- ing. Made clean--kept clean air-tight against all impurity. No wonder its sale exceeds all others. They've rhymed King Cok Till lilt poor aid soul Ku Jtaf, to take a rest; NOW throned in state King Spear the Great Reigns wisely and with zest! Write for free copy of "WRIGLEY'S MOTHER a quaint and humorous book in four colors. Addreis Wm. Wrigley Jr.' Co., Ltd., Wrlglty Bldg., Toronto. "1 c.in't understand-tlii! recent turn! .law. UBC. .Ian- middleweight, in the eiimtn round ol nurse in tlie Hospitals impartially, in affaiis." said Andrews. "I'm going- jfaple Leafs lost their fonrih straigiit their match. llcOoorty was punished did not. tlie stern Germans de- Eouth to sec ii i can't set the puz- game of the season innight, when sci severely that his seconds threw up pose her and send her about her busi- y.'.K straigliteneii mil." HUT fell victims to tlui Regina Vies, ihe sponge. Tlie liglit was witnessed ness when thev took Brussels! Why to 1. bv persons. did they: not have charily enough lo NEW YORK HOCKEY PLAYER I .18 VERY. MUCH 'IN DEMAND] rieatije, JJec. to re-j ports from Montreal. Manager Ken- tim E'rune.h Canadian club.-is niter one of the greatest '.'lick ciiascis evor develoiied iu the [fnited States. Tills jiews .gavii I'ele .Mnldooii, of the Seattle somet'.iim' of a shock, CURLING COMMENCES The roarin' game will be off to a siart at the Curling rink to- night with all four sheets going. Two games wece played lasi night and a iii a Metrouoiitan unli'drm." i iew curltrs got limbered up. ISakcr is t't ni'iisant playing wiih Tile grand opening will he on Neu- the .Nicholas New York Vc ,s Dav I'rcsidcnt's rlnts vs. and is the inainsiny of that as- Kennciiy supojsed to offer S2fti.io lor tho reason, hut this o'fer -lesemhles tlie olTer of S'JrifH) and .i.ninsportatjpn made to 3Jarris. of the .Portland club. Viec-1'rfsinent's. The following skips are requested to get their rinks in line and get liiem on the ice, for ,.v nnw a W. Clark, J. F. John hci-vve.ii n Hruce, L. Hamilton, Hugh Scott, Jas. Aird, K. D. Johnson, Dr. W. H. Marts, .lohn Marnoch, Geo. Staccy, C. E. Car- U.' HeXaiib, J. S.' Smith, N. B! Peat, Wm. Scott, R. H. Davidson, J. S. Kirkham, Huirii-Hoyd, and together for this day or for the sea- son. A bi-j; patriotic honsptel is proposed on the' same lines as the charity spiel Saturday I last year, at "a date to he announced later. WINNER TO-CHALLENGE -j CANADiAN CHAMPION j HoEshind. J5. G.. Ueu. "15-" rui'iiU boxing has been staged lictu'ctiii Aluiorson of x .Cinrko ;ilace' at Jan. 1. The; boiit will he held at Min'ers1 Union hall Jv after (lie f'ockey Hosi-Iani] mid Xeison. The winner oi" ihiK light will challenge .iohnny O'Leary, ejiampion._ lightweight of t'ai'aihi. P.olh and Clarke have htiBii given "decisions over linugh 'l-iouse Uiirus .and are very evenly jjiatchcd." GOOD SKATING AT AUDITORIUM WESTMINISTER 42; CENTRAL 17 Westminster det'eated Ceni- rul in indoor hnaohall niatch at the Y.. JVL C. A. this inornfrtg. The score was 42 to 17. It was :i_. schbal tourna- ment same and C. B. Brandow was the -imipircv Fleetwood play "torabrro'w morning. send her out of the country or plaue her in a prison instead of trying a woman on a comparatively trivial charge like that, "at five in the after- noon and like a dog at two in the morning? It JB something no one can condone and I don't: see how the Germans, with all their patriotism and love of fatherland, can, away down in their hearts, sanc- tion any such action, or expect to win the great struggle they are en- gaged in by such "I -hate to think about it, much ,j. -j less talk aiiout it and it makes me others who oan skip and get a rink I ashamed, ashamed1 of my people over there who have gone war mad, and whose sense of right and wrong is Htrahgely, terribly" distorted. Had jMiss' Cavell been a< German and had done such things she would have heen a heroine. Becaiisii" she was English she was shot to death-like a mad dog. How long will the Germans, who nnn- slder themselves the most enlightened people on earth, stand .for such iron mle! Why don't they ditch thai war mad Kaiser of theirs and take the has hccn excellent life new air or two with a swing admir- Ji' ably adapt fed to skating. The great numbers that turned out ruler such ay palling- wca- the Auditorium rink, the past- days, and despite the ill-stale ;oi reins, or goTemtueiit into their own ihi-r uuiidltions as Sloniloy night and skating tmies aiid each night a expected from now on. imay._he EASTERN B. C. HOCKEY Trail, B. C., Dec. The new hockev sclicduic -nnds much favor in' Trail as it gives tho team opportunity for that would otherwise be unavailable. Two try outs have al-readv been .held, the boys 't HOW THEY BRING HOLDERS TO TIME IN ENGLAND If a title holder in tlie Old Count! suleudiil form. Iiortation. prointees to be a star ol the! d iisst inaanii uilo, while Pnizer is show- ins astonishing ability both ill skating anil stick handling. The first 'encoun- ter will take place ou the home ice im es not .defend his -championship witbiu u certain length time be. is obliged to forfeit the same iu a hurry. The National Simrtins Club of Lori? don has a way of bringing the fight- j Tuesday, Jan.. Hossland tlie re men to time that might well be- in this country, where spmp. ua have your Skates and Boots. fix. Iheiu up right for the We have recently installed a IHVA" -Bkate Kharpencr. Skates sharpened, rivited ou and your hoots fixed up riptht. FRANK MILES 511 1th, Avo'riuu Sotitli. DOMINION" ALLEYS Basement Dominion Building Entran.ee Street WINNIPEG HOCKEY Wiuuipejr, Doc. patriotic lippkey scries ojicnetl ioniplif. with the victovtcis winner over tlits j 10 io n. The teams were comprised 1 mostly of youngsters and the jtlay I was dull ami iuiiuteve.sting. 1 _____'_ WOMEN TO TAKE PLACE OF MEN I Ottawa, cni- Kitioyp.na- who are ifit Tor service arc 'to have iho opportunity of jjuing.to j the ironl. Gen. Hughes is yuthcrins !thc names of eligible Oanadinn wo- 'man who arc capable .stenographers and good at .will be ahle to talip the places of the' ineu in the militia department 'who tiro lit for HcMve nillftair service. Mimster? of the crown at the head ul'. other de- parlments will follow: tho lead ami-a considerable lighting foroe' be the result. USELESS QUESTION (Washington Stan Would your wife vote for you us a, candidate for .r don't, think there's any uwe my bothering my head aboiit that, replied Mr, -Moelttnn. I don't bellcvo Hcnrl- OUR would let. me .riui In tho first, pH'.co. fighters 'do not defend their titles for and ofUimes longer. Recently. Oiirley Walker, holder of. the English- ban t am weight title, was called on to {lef.endV.he same for the Lord Lons- dale championship belt. AValUer de- clined to make the niatcli, claiming the purse was not large enough. The club" did not beg Mr. Walker to ac- cept or offer him more money, but simply oroceeded to match up whom it consfdered the next liest. which' was Young Fox, against Jimmy Berry over the aO-rountl route. Fox won the j battle after a hard lljtht and has been declared bantamweight chain yion of Great Britain. Now he must defend his title against, both Tommy Harri- son and Charlie claimants to the championship. Walker is out' of. tho Hsuring and will haye to start all ovei1 again if ho wants to get a crack at the title.' oilicers.' A despatch from Marseilles. Dec. 17, said that. soldiers and 750 Bul- garian, German and officers taken prisoners, by the Serb, fans, had arrived there on their way to a concentration camp. BIG DAMAGE SUIT Toronto, Dee. attorney- general, the Parry Sound Lumber Co. and the Bank of Montreal have enter- ed action "at Osgoode Hull against Mackenzie and Mann, Hie C. N. R. and Angus Sinclair, to recover damages .for alleged 'injury to forest in Street township. RE COAL INTERESTS PREPARING FOR STRIKE? TVilkesbarre, Pen., Dee. ands of tons of anthracite coal have been stored and many thousand tons will be added to the supply, ou hand before the agreement between the op- erators and mine workers expires on Tch 31 next: The coal storage was In excess of what it was four years ago, when miners and operat- ors renewed their working agreement. This movement at storage indicates that the hard coal operators are pre- paring for an emergency and leads to the belief in some quarters that the coal interests are preparine.. for a strike. Operators declare that" the last whiter was au open .one and did net permit coal companies greatly to reduce their storage supply, but they admit that there has been activity in storing to meet any emergency.-that may arise. ADVISE GIRLS TO WEAR WHITE ONES London, Dec. of black stockings; better wear them is the candid warning of the Fashion Art League to British women. Ger- man dyes are not obtainable and Bri- tish dyo cannot do the work, the Lea- gue explains. "It" pertains to-'-seyeral of colors. They'll run when wash- ed are harmful to the skin. WILLS V. C. TO HIS MEN late Capt. Francis; GrcnfeU of the Ninth Lancers, the first oflicei In the to win the -Victoria Cross, was so" grateful his men that in his will, just admitted! to pi abate, he leaves them all his. medals Cant Grenfell, who was a nolo unsettled property of gross value of SIS His will reads- "I give to my regiment, to whom, the.honor of.my gaming the. Victoria Cross -was .entirely thanUa.rtoUl-2 splendid t discipline and traditions which exist in this magnificent inenVall my medals, including the V. c; .MILLIONAIRE DIES IN CONVENT j Seattle, Dec. Mcpou- millionaire lumberman and farm- er, died yesterday in the Carmelite convent here, which he founded and of which his sister, known as ilyther Cyril, is superior. He was .73 years old. It is estimated that he gave at least to the convent. WALLACE BEATS REAGAN Kansas City, Dec. (Young) Wallace, tho Milwaukee won the decision here tonight over Jimmy Beagan, former Pacific coast featherweight, in a hard-fought teii- I'onnd bout. Wallace landed the greater number1 of cleau Reagan, after boring in from tho. start lo'the finish, appavsntly watt strong THE. AUSTRALIAN SPIRIT (Melbourne Australasian) Being in this fight, Australia has to recruit her manhood, 'young or oJd, send it forth to battle, and keep on dpiag so' unflinchingly, even though the strain were protracted until she was ready to stagger and fall from weakness. We can no more meet a call for fresh effort with a non pos- Bumufl than a fighting' man in tlie ring can drop his hands before the round is .over. To do so wouUl imply and surrender. Aus- tralia is contending for her freedom and, her future, for all that makes na- tional existence worth having, -and, once entered the nuarrel, ahe, llko't'liG.gladiator, must fight.it put so long as she can stand, and nee. Lawton, figcil 29 yeais, l.-sudden- C. C. Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Go. Only Thrse More Days to Remain in Business Here is If our Chance to Lay in a Stock of GUINNESS' STOUT At a Very Very Small Cost GUINNESS' STOUT, DOG'S HEAD BRAND, barrels containing 96 pint bot- tles, regular price 16.00. Closing Sale price, delivered to all parts of the City 65 C. C. Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Co. a'native of St. 'ly in ;