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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBR1DCB DAILY HERALD CLA1MAMTSQV HEAVY WEIGHT. TITLE WHO WILL MEET AT COLMA, CAL, TOMORROW Tomoirow "111 b? a bis diy iu tho Iboiinj vorld. A number ol matches jtavo tfc.i niaik- llul elve several tiic ucar Drst-cluss toys a chacce lox wiih ibi- toiinotclers, provld- I Hradsl'au- the-1 wln arsumeuls- A. McCullixh i winner of thi I'eltfy-SmiiU sel- i to have nudisyuttd ciulni tc Itj a narrow margin ot one Wesiniinster ranic out tlie liclors in the Public school holiday btrifs (ti-o. -.s. Dr. o. .1. I'outiuv A. Adcm 11. J. Irkes'A !champtonshii> of the white race, and the ir.door baseball league morn- Pi. Campbe'll i will qualify the winner to demand a at the Y.M.O.A. gymnasium by J. Bl'etchrr' I'oul with tho "Bi; It may teaiing Klevlw'ooJ. The game'was LicTuir.g ai ieu Alien J.n-k 1 thov'll be at it, baumcr anil K. Oiivei tongs. Wto? The curlers, pi course. T Who else The auJ Vice-Pre5iJfni. James Airii K. Jrfir.slon, hr.iicg challongeil. each __ ___ _........... _ the olter. 1c a" deadly duel with Jos. I'.-Traci- J. K. Graliini I bo imagined by some thai the winner n.ost csciting of the seiies. stands arid hrocius. meet I of the New Year's day bMtle at San as it not only decided tliC issue ol tlkir ii.K-es arraytd ia baitle form- .Svolt Pr. J. S. Steiv.irt Francisco would bo an easy mark [or the nmtch, but- the chainpioiiship oi :ir.d th" bii; rreliminary of the s. K. P. Stewart 1.I11 Arthur, but Johnson certainly is Ihe Westminster's supcr- in i-urlins cliclrs will be oa. IV. A. Oailey not ns good as. Ihc day lie r.-liliiped ior plauiig turned tbe triri in their draws were made last liif'jt Ilr. Gibsou li. A. Kic'e JetTries wild alt Ills fasl living, and favor. The line-up was as follows: p-jua -it (en j I umiboat is not counted as much of a j Westminster 23 Fleetvvou.l 2S g .Ihe. ot the year, all four j 1..1S O'CLOfK JGuli since Uis triy cast. It looks i-hctts lit itT, which arc iu J. A. Ileid 1 share, busy spots. Three Scott "i drav.-s been made tor the day, A. V. CibUocs Ihe Hr-st at !il, second al l.Sfand the last at J.30. Tufntv-fonr rinks v. pirliripate. so that neatly 1M jas. 1 curlers ..will start the N'eiv Vear in Camplell Aird the. most approved fashion, according n. llarrowmau to VLC Sculclinxui's notion. j j. ibcDor.telt .The names ot tte skips wliicli a? pear at :lhe. heads ot thtir various brigades look lite times. John 3'Krrce will Le tlicie for tie start, c. 11. j; Without him on lirvV if would not Judsc Jacisou like tbo-olil same. Fev. ner.-i. Iiayc- appeared tn iar in the- 'J.M.-. Franklin although a oi last win- (j_ n_ Young ird rnen: are, cnw E Simpson as of thr.-r. own. HV- Turnrr Jos. 1'. Tracy, cor.iriiissioner oi vs. llujh Boyd'lt N'uw Year's day winner will.' j an, .las. Clfnister iiavc sbout an creu chance K. Bnrhan Johnson. A. MacKidd j prjjjig tvdsh Johnny DunJej.j. lirill mis it for ten rounds at New (iillics it -i 1 Orleans. It looks lo be all Freddie's'; A. II. btauonl [n malclj As rep- (iciger utatlon waa niaile as a 1 the advaiiJasc in K. J. Sebl Dr. il. Mans J Johu Marnoci Arthur Ilavr., pounds bclslit. and the added J "ammo" advantage of "belns a younger man liedpafii MacKeazie i wi" him the favorite 5 tills Iiayc- alt .tcr's third W S Ball C- F. il. If. Bruce I'itcher Third Base Second IJasc Short-stop Short-stop Kirst Hase Catcher Wvlie Jones Oliver fieosliegan Iligiuboiham Xlvcn Pulley Smyjhe I Galbrp.itli and Central play the I i-ommrrcc :ind .tnartmaL-iurir.r. shows jthal-lc is becoming animated and Clari lli' prove a. hravj r.right curler s. KifVhani j hcicrc the rail of vrinter. HP is play- nr. png.lead stoacs on City Robin- ;c Ciodivin ion's rjnii. '.-_- i I --The drans arc as f''- iO J '.John Hrjcc. H. Smith j K.' Ford 1 P.'. Sirupscn Gc-o. Siace1- W. li. Kfa tic Harris 0't-l.OCK. J. Xeison li.-P. Wallace A. Hijinbotluiii W. 1'. Cook bettin; j Jock Dillon and Jimmy Clabby will Mr. Freeman I hook al Lo3 U is jast garac of the series un Kriday 1 W. L. McKetizieiliarJ' lo imagine Dillou iielitiuj Clab-' night, biit it will not affect- the wiri-j Smith after way ho has always side: nir.g of tbe cbampionship by fl't-st-t 1 stepped tlie first class men in the minster. middlevcigM ranks. Althcugh Dillon'- nobison's high sdiool team von oil O'CLOCK will have the advantage of or fron, Sherlock's nine 31 to 23, D. D. I nine pounds in Clabby's this' morning, strengthening A. Jlcrorvfc i perinr cleveruess will surely make their bold on the lead, '.vith thrpc M. K. McArthur [up for .it. Dillon will find it soice games won and none lost. A. J.'.living kind of a task to hit the Ehifly Jim-j my, who fias the McCoy style of duck-1 John and jerking bis head back just j 1 McKay far enough to get out of the reach of Fred Hasten svings and upnercuis as perfect Joe Lee the immortal "Kid" liimself. vs. s j. Shcphfi-d 11. J. Oood'e It. llulhein Tom Davidson B. B. McCartv Eyery night at the cosy Cieni Ximiucns 1 K. Dco'ey .T. W.. Rawden It K. McArlhur X. T. McLeod Duncan Dufi A. Scott P. W. Wallace U. A. Simpson S. C. Hatemar Chas: Cook Dr. G. T. Marrs JLETHBR1DGE. ROVERS TAKES UP CHALLENGE >Cpens 7.30 DIFFERENT. SIZES Sense are'inen of Some arc bowling bloods, Some are Mg rotaloes. Some are merely spads. Tafcer %vill invade !j the city oa Saturday, tbe junior ag- ,f[ (legation to staci; up against the Hish scbool team and-tbe- seniors to "football inay be a great same, but- Y..M.U-A. don't snjoy reading about 'Thc vfll'te played on Sat- Why Itirrtay night at Iho Y.H.C.A. Rym- "TIic writers describe It with sucti. nasium.'Stirline.iiiiss an .scheduled a dearth of slang." to meet the lorals next-Wednesday. challenge isrsued by (he Ray- rho'n'd. Fooiiji'il club has been accepted by Ibe. Hovers. Tho game will be t-lajod at'tbo Ball Park to- morrow at 2.30. Tlio local learn will line up as follows: DaTidsoa: J_ JfcDker and Craig: KeHyV nhd MacUon- 'Buchatian, anU'GIUesnje. tvnox, Kane, .Tones LETHBRIDGE BREING AND MALTING Prominent Boxers Tell Story of Their First Fight V After axerciw, a bottle of 'No matter how hard you have plajred, no' matter how tired and may be, a ?bottie'of prove a ,certain reyivifier of lost n I THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING COMPANY, Lirmted PHONE 554 (By Ray C. Pearson) U is inlet-estiug lo figiiters discuss their doings in the ring, but nearly every one of them wants to start tits tale witli a recital of what happened in his first battle. What some of tbem hare lo say about their Initial clashes Willie Ritchie (Lightweight Champion) 'T entered Uie ring as an amateur In San Francisco a little moro than four years ago! being a substitute (or a boxer named Kid Richc.son. opponent Tvas a fighter named .Monk Enoch, and we were to box four rounds. I had had the gloiea on only a .few lime? before .that battle, and il took assistance from" niy to get me through.the rones, gong rang it was necessary, for castle. Pa. Zahuiser vas u bigger fellow than 1, and this didn't help ray mental Condition when T saw him in his corner. Hut was inside tfce ropes and T didn't see bow 1 was go" ing to cut of lighting, so I stuck iinri. I gathered all the courage I possessed, determined lo have llie hat- tie over with aa qujckly as possible, and made a daEh at the big fellow. We came "together with a thud, and then a lot more thuds, until finally in the ninth round Zahnisler stretch- fcd out on the canvas and took the ccunt. I certainly was glad when my seconds hauled me out of that ring.'; Johnny Cnulon (Hantamwelght Champion) "My first bout was in the amateur ranks when I met Danny. Goodman, whom T afterward met in tny first mm PHI CUIr" EDMONTON WILL HAVE STREETS AND VACANT LOTS CLEAR- ED OF BRUSH ou ,-nrui; boarJ." This Miin fir winter to r luont ti i in DECEMBER 31. l'J13 'uchanan's I LAOCH HITE Scotch GUNBOAT SMITH Ill" WLUlIO1 ouxiilv.vmt'ni uffici about Uio bost p os if i Wo proof llut u ewyloj in l.fliibi mluliuuui. Thu ulher mcrniug men vailed at I he office L'pfc.'o Us o'clock, all seeking" work. Tlu-y all .offei'cd tbn Jot. None Iliei. too'.; it. they Uout newl wuik ncri was tho eonuiiPin ot the or. ploy men t For n uhyn so uniuy sturii) of unemployment coming fror. oUier Canadian and I'ultcd Stalf i cltlrs, I lib ridge finds itself in i good position. While there arc sotj-. unemployed without doubt, In cases they ettlier. tiave other jobs sifsht, or they havo money in Ihc: pockets to see llieni through un'..j spring construction work comes wl; Its demands. A different story is totd In of dim: were pent out to tlio unemployed Christmas day, and iihere tho lion ol unemployment has taken on serious aspect, In Calgary L'300 apidk-ants {or e plovment liave leen received ni i-ivlc Inter bureaus within Uie thirty days. There is le-aa demand for labor i: I.c-tbbridge Just at present than-" wal, but the supply does seem be over! AGood Peg of Real Scotch Black While ami Scots Greys. Farmers in fame. GIRL IN MALE ATTIRE WORKE! ABOUT HOTELS IN FORT WILLIAM ARM JOB TURNED DOWN IS PROOF THAT IS NOT SCARCE Koit William, Ont., Dec. 31. well disguised (hat she passed ii. Fort William tor several as it man, Miss Alice Fleischer, aged was anesied'lasl right in West For William. In the police couit thi morning, wliefe-she was arraigned gassed, every man who is hon- drr a vayraccv charge, she said wants work, .will ho able 10 had found it to hard to make a Hvj .ing as a girl. She came here iron liraincrd, Minn., where slic claim' to have "an uncle, Frank Fleischer, I Kdicoiiton. Alia., Dee. lalnrday morning men have teen to >work liy t-1Cl city of Edmonton, vacant ioU and spaces of. iecs anil brush, ant! as ncllvo sler.s being taken to find sufficient cm- .ivincnt for the men wlio today are aradine the streets, unemployed, it is Ikcly that before, many moro dayy It. The commissioners have issued a arniiig to people from other cities Coking -work, to stay away, as they fatmer. Here during tlujr jnnot te employed. Only citizens of tcok place seven years ago. and Good- man I esratled each three ro'undu at the Coliseum in Clii-1 noib-'; i cago Uie verdict ny faor lay seconds to jiuph -me- .out of my j professional battle. Ijoth of us quit corner'into tile centre of the ring.; ting thp amateur class. That .'bout EO badly had tue stage frigjil gripped' ie.firal thing Knoch-did was to a slralghi Itlt- at me, ila.nded squarely on'my bring- i ing the it was a" real slicger. ibut it a good tiling'for me thai for all'the nurnb- ness and frieht ont and I wild- 1 ed Into Knoch for lair. tattled for two 'rounds ar.d part ot the tliird, the finish finding Knoch stretched oul last few wtcis she had worked abou r .hotels, none oi her employers susi peeling slie was a woman until a da; :or twn ago. Her lilacl; lizit was close j 3y cropped and an alinosi 'ne.iv suit, soil shiil, lour-in-liar.d tii, ;and men's shoes. She was sentence: by Magistrate Whaling to serve si) nionths in Mercer reformatory. lie given wort, thoso lilies being filven tbe ARTHUR PELKEY MEET K T The -final arrangements for the bu inter-Sunday School Indoor track tin is to be. tomorro-.v morn- Hrandoa, Dec. 31. John l.anie> White, ex-chief 'o! police at Trans cona, .Man., and a provincial detec tive, was sent up Eor trial here Ihr morninr; by Magistrate Uites on 1 charge ol Iheil hy extortion. Prison ing at 9.30. in the "Y" gym.- h beea completed. er went to barber ami oh tained a bottle ol whiskey alter tell ing the man he bad broken ihe events in which each boy will com- j bllt for ft ot liquor llicy pete. chai for-his Sunday school. Each contest- ant will enter Ihe following events: .e. Each boy will bo given an cqiial Squarc jt part Iticnils. Tlic mat; nco in the to make r-oinU jisiraic described accused nR a gralt ct T'isiinicd. !Young' Nelson, a WlscotipJn box- or, gave me my battle, and it was ovec so soon that 1 hardly reallzfif what, had 1 I out cold with a alralght right hand' punch in the second round. I don't think 1 was much Beared by my op- ponent or by I cer- lainly waa afraid of what might flap- pen lo'mc when my folks leatned thai I had engaged In a prtee fighl. j memLcr of n( my parents between-the first and second rounds, one] then when the second session! Rtarled I wont after Nelson and slop- ped him In a Inirry, for I wanted" to out of thai ring as comr as ,f (flrjld got homfi the fnlferf 1 lidd hoeci." I ;