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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 1-EliUUAUV 3, 19U .T.HE. KEIHBHJPOE DAILY HKRAI.D PAGE FIVE WOLOA9T REPRIMANDED I HL Off With a Good Start This j Never Rinks Things are Lining Up !co thD wcithMmri LRS ever !.i-. Orvi tlie Icxal cutters foirt'i bonaj'.el o? il-e 1-; Curling club go', K- :i fly- sHil Qriil iiij :u (cu i-.rMi (light took lhr: ii-o to Plfty h. first roacrt cf Hit- ore tniued from WouJi. rernie, iUcleoJ and Tn'iitr. It li-tl D.A. .Sl Dr. Ma I'l K.V. IlQ-A-j- rf. Klrkhani h.W. CbtJ; T ii.fi uivKuiy T JLH.-U draws (bo Uran'J tlie lircuory. ritlit of TiibiT is in slit- (JrsMi! Itii am. This vjsiin! s' driivr J It- inado Inter. Tlie fufiowiijj; ere tl.e ilrrr.vg llirte main events, yg rtturdcd oiilil havn a rink or tivo here, j 1 Grand Challenge Milwaukee. Wis., Feb. For hitting lo clir.ehrs and la- dulgtag In ladles not -f permitted under the law. Ad. Wolfast was reprimanded to- et cororaiislou for committing 4 thwe In. llie re- cent contest ID Milwaukee Alth Joe Silvers o! CaUf'jiuta Wo'gtM was told that a re- petition of the vIoHtior-a tnv ployed. In tee Klvera bojt rould result in more acllon bt! million. by COLU- Summary uf Businew cd at Intcrnalional iion---hcate Commillce 'I he Inivrcatioaa) Coal Miners al last veel; anO'on 1 1 UK' amoug the questions of Inttrcst wfinldo an over thR a proposal ro havt tl-.o coniralt-'ls w'nat will n'.ake somtbody think a lee of uorkfng iriiner? A j good deal of the minors iu future if to arailite nilb the they are respecleJ." due thp tun lMlus ar-J i bricg or to lore auy of tl'.e i of so puverf'ji ibe slrlkcra beccrco ihai uierabers of (he house cf tarllan'-t-n'. caUprl ihe strikt tommHlee to 'the periiainent Tliis is what cau L'liltcd Slafep. This FIRE KILLS 21 FINE HORSES a suKctatlori thai i general alrite be called led all agreements abrogated. According to tUe Ir.dtanapolls Xews. tee icon important action taken at tht nilntra' eouvHiiIt'a at the lore- tioyn Belonging to icn Periih In was cf uking Iroui the tele mall or. (he cr to apyOliit (be members of tlie LincoJii, Mass.. Kab. thorouahbred to A. Henry HtRBinaoii Ion tn t fire which desti-oyed the big ricin? sUtto OIL (lie IHggltiEon (.'OUDtry estate Qn Saturday nis'ni. Oulf (our i K3vci, Thn total leas ts ttilmn- i ed at morn thun j TJiiue Hlggiaton's iblt hunters, rriiice HauiptM. Sir 1 Worcester anJ Rose v.-orth 1 IrOOO apiere! Ai-e of Clubs, j Kase. Prlisy, Gun Metal. HI Pat- 's rlct, itioroufih-'bredi. fclio committee ar.-l lue delexalti e it has been cuei rcaSder.lH of the I Contracts Are Defflndei Jamea Doyle, delegate from bfcw.if, i Okla., spoke in favor of the reso'.ii- jlloy. Hobert llarl'm. member of tlie tomnilUee. defends! tbe rccoinnie-u- dation of the committee and said the time yet tome when the mine workers would be educated to the point whero they would aak more than a were contract, but that Ihe lime had not yet arrived. Delegate Martin J. Plyzkk. Seattle. I tpoke in favor of having al! trlcts were ajpoir.ted as members ot contracts empire at the si the scale committee, she Intemallon-1 allj salj lhal lhore be a they failed to .how up. Play will continue for three iliiya Mc.Vr-.bl rl.oth.l vs. Uruie iMari lii t'he four .Clic Grand 1 WilEOn iCrunirook) ve. McCuloch Boyd VR. winners of McXabb (Irfth.) vs. "Wilson (CranbrooX) (Letll.) Bruce (Maolood) va. Caven (Teber) Iferehmer (rerniej va. Youugr (l.eth.) Henderson {Taber) vs. Olson (Fernie) Held Alrd OltaAa...... 2anadiens 'orontos Quebec Ontarios iVanderers NOBTH LETHBRIDGE FOOTBALL CHUB A meeting of the above club uill bo held In Kennedy's hall. Thir- teenth street North, on Thursday evening st eight o'clock, for the purpose of electing and decllng with ether important husi- neiE. All football enthusJsts are given a cordial Invitation, to be present. N. H. A. Scores Ontariot 6, Canaaienc 4. Torontos 5, Wsnderers 3. Ottawa 4, Quebec 3. N. H. A. Standing TORONTO MAN AT FEDERAL LEAGUE MEETING IN CHICAGO CANADIAN CITY ASSURED OF RE- PRESENTATION IN G1L. MORE'S CIRCUIT F. 45 50 60 52 42 46 WILUARD WILL RUSH GUNBOAT tee at tti? of ihe conventions. Tbe scale committee for the present tonvetUlon was made tip and announc- ed In that manner. >icwtvfei-. many of the lie-legates tooV the Uow Hal U would be wore democratic to hive tee members ot aunoutclny the toiaialt- strike to enforce the detnami.- thp f ialttec chosen by the Stick to dele- Says He U Confident Shilth July ef Belting Inters eholaslic 'Varsity 3, Mount Royal o. A 3? Chicago, Feb. 35 ni the. Federal league held a Ions session Saturday and alter it 37'ended none would discuss what busi- had been considered. President ?8 i Jas. A. Gilraore would not even give out the names 61 those in attendance. The purpose of the meeting was sup- posed to he the drafting of the sche- Jets Willard siye that bt intends to niBb Gunboat Smith si! over Iht rlns wiicn they meet July 1. 'The reason tint I didn't do teller when We met sttd the big Tel- low yesterday, "Kit my staeo frlt'nt over the 20-round route. I ueTer Uad gone that far before and 1 sure how long 1 co'Jld keep going. This tlma I will vul It ill over the Gunner from tap 6r the bell. I haven't a doubt In the world ot winning." McGILL HOCKEY TEAM BEAT HARVARD, TO I DoBton, Mass.. Feb. Uni- versity defeated HarFird at on Si'lurday ulight, 5 to 1. Tho score waa tied at' the end of two Iwnnty hiving "cor- ed for Harvard In lue flrll, and Par- 0. H. A. Intermediate Tecumseris 3, Welland 2. Msrtham 7, Vktoriss 4. O. H. A. Junior 'Varsity 5, 4. _ Inter-Provincial League Grand Mere 7, Laurentide 3. dub, but Gilmore ivoulu not adraitlio_B (or second. The .Ihis. It is not believed that the Fed- a lhlrd ot min. [erel league will announce the number u( -vHturli .corinr and another ten ol games to be. piaveu ana !be dates until the 5iajof leagues have publish- ed their schedule. The new league Exhibition 'Varsity 8, New Edinburgh 0. Sarnia 9, Detroit.4. Cleveland 2. McGl'll 2, Harvard I. hot attempt to go through a sea- son with.no regard for coynUr base- ball said. Barnej- Hepburn, reprtsonting the Toronto, club, Tvas the only oyt-of- man' at today's meeting who INVESTIGATING GRAFT CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH JOHNSON'S ESCAPE WILLIAMS STOPS CAMPI IN TWELFTH AT LOS ANGELES SECOND VICTORY FOR BALTI- MORE BOY OVER CALI- FCnriiA'J was known. This la.fr.e first limn orielnal of "Slojger he .Canadian club has reprfEttit-j "Tom dead. cd here, except bv proif. On his re- Jones asserted tome time that he .urn from ihe cast, President Gil-1 the light described in the nore tlcnlcd again that Toronto took, but declared he won, because would be- dropped from the league. He wneil' rte headmaster arrived Brown Chicago. Kch. In ansuer to Huh- j Hnrilis ol the in .ihe r-oenns issueri yestcrdas', officials uljcago oilice rontain no record of two telegraph "companies, were pre- purported l the accoldine to the iiircd'today'lo testify before tlie Ved- j telegraph officials, were in eon- GranJ Jury which is investig.it- feiencc iciletday wiili -lames II. kerson, district atloniey. In Ihc, cablegram iiiieilion, .lack ing charges against Federal ol- Hcials in connrction with the activi- ties nl Solomon former privale banter ami professional tiijmlsrnan. It understood Ihat tlir Iclc- olTicials were to be to (chilly coriCerninR receipt nl a calilcprain Irnni thr t'wii- pupilisl, Johns in, v.iio.is no'.v in I'rdnce. Los Angeles, Cal., Kch. Wit- .iamK of Baltimore, Saturday inq'clt cd out Campi of San .'_ I1IU _ erSlWlil rolBUte W1 ordered. After Another important action was Ihe defost of a resolution favoring the abolition of ill contracts between ners and operators ar.J In favor of a general strike tinder certain condi- tion The in llic afternoon voted to revoke the charier of local No. 9TS, a West Virginia' local, on the ground that It was a "sham" local. operated by the Baldwin detective agency for the purpose of obtaining Information regarding the imton'E fairs. On the lubject of changing the rue- tliod of selecting the members of the Ecnle committee the follovflns reEoiu- iion bad been submitted by Local' 2571, Fayette City, Pa.: "Whereas, Our officers not having worlted In the mine, for a few years, do not know the working conditions like the men at tha face of the coal, therefore, be it "Resolved, Tbat we, the members ot Local Unlou 2571, District 5. Penn- sylvania. demand tbat hereafter the mijority of on ocr scale com- mittee be made up of men who aro working in the mine, and shall be Minutes Pattont drove the j {IOIa the floor of tbe convea. if labor unless Ulor uot svliai It Jc- "The army and the foice aie ht: fclrongest weapons in the hands ot Ihe capitalist class." said riyzick. We ought to KO lo the men in Ihe army and the navy and the policear.ii them to desert. Let's slio'.v them that they are norkluf anil that tbey sliould not shoot down their leUotv-workers." Helm Wished to Apologize Delegate Arch Helm of Richmond. Mo., said he wished lo apologize lo the miners of Colorado and West Vir- ginia because the mtuerp of other dis- tricts continued to mine coal to sup- ply the trade white the mineia ot Col- orado and West Virginia were strike. He said under this resolution this condition could never have hap- pened, because when such conditions existed In a strike ihey would be fol- lowed by a general strike. Delegate 0. W. Lindsey, llalley- ville, Okla., opposed the resolution on the gmuaA that the United Mine Workers had made such pro- gress that to change its policy now would be unwUe. "1 want the contract jyatem until we are ready for some other aid MndEey. William H. llouslou, president of District 11, Indiana, toot "a, fall" out if thoso who predicted that unless Ihe irganization adopted their vlo'wi It rould fa to decay. Recommendation Tt Adopted "There meu al 6T6ry convention set up and thout that unlcts we pack DM I Cimtchin, tbe Htrvird 3LOQOER TAKES LAST COUNT Lor.don, Feb. 0. Jones, the In asserted the Toronto club had obtain- ed grounds in an excellent location, and now have a strong team. "TERRIBLE TERRY" had fainted. The" Rev. Augujtui Orle- bar, wj diet! tvo years was the. original to as the fight was concerned. McGOVERN IN PITIABLE ARRESTED FOB BEING IN- TOX1CATED co, in tlir. rour.d o! a scheduled 20 round bfmt. This is Ihe second lime Williams has defeated Campi. lloth fought al the limit, 11C pournls. contest- took place at Verr.on arena. Campi and his manager asserled that the knocioul blow, a vicious left as saying he the was a !oul, but N'ew York, feb. AIcUov- x-lcatlierrfeighti champion and !e aclor, was belore Magistrate [N'ash in Brooklvn this weet on a tfiarge of inloxication, and when he was given a suspended scatecce got into a tatican and was taken to a i sanitarium in Yolk City, from which he h.vl ago. GREAT OLD ENGLISH PUGILIST FOUGHT FOR PRESTIGE AND WEALTH London, Jan. Gully ia quoted In the records as ollen Eayinj; that he did cot follow tbe prize riuK for love of tho sport, but Just to gain iirestige and money enough lo go Into i paying bininess. This he after- wards did, retiring from tho ring flt the height of.his career to open a tavern, 'afterwards ;a collieries. lion." The rwolution was Eljned- by Thoi. Parkinson, Denny Blyth, Thoi. Smith, William Hynet and Ralph Chiraey. Ktcommendatlen The "commlllee on resolutions re fused to conour-ln tbe resolution, but the recommendation of the committee against the resolution was defeated on a vote. A delegate from lora offered an amendment lo strike out the provis Ion requiring the sctle committee to be composed of men worklliK In Ibe Delegate Lord offered i subEtlluli that each district .should elect II escaped several days spent in cntrrlair.iiiK two govcrriRicnt odici.ils oon-.cctfil with ty physicians disproved case while it was in progress. .lolii'stm was also quoted as saying he hail itivra a cafe proprietor (100 HI rmncolioa wilh his escape to Frai.ec from Hie. jurisdiction oi the Federal eouit. THEY WILL BATTLE FOR ANOTHER BATCH OF FLOUR Iliat tjiiMi-ic. v.hkli tn.iJ; 1rf oi the l.i-il urck. v.-herfljv .3- I'.r.nr- Liaiics, 11. on frnai Uic mill to the hospital. The city Walc.V were the losetfi and Ihey Williams showeil to poor advantage when al long range, hut. was superior Id Carnpi in mixing. ;vm round up lo Ihe ninlh was even or in Carnpi's favor. In the ninth William1; shower! lo ail- lantagc. Jn the nest two rounds the fifihling was even. Tlie Twelfth hail scarcely begun when Williams rusheil his man tn one corner anil alter a little infiphtins' sml home the left lo tlir. solar which rndM (he bat- tle. As the or.ce "Terrible Terry" stood before the bar he was In a pitiable condition. He talked in a rambling and incoherent manner. McClovcrn played ths leading part nionlli' ago in "The Dowery After ami a week later he was fe.v tureil with a burlrsquo company ir. Nevf Voik. Ho has been for some time lefercc at Ihe (low-amis Athletic club. BRITISH HEAVIES ARE NOTHING BUT NOVICES Wales, I'. c thcni- ic '.M'te inKCil ID li'itn ffliC1: lu Ilio vulgar gaze ol l.-.re liy bciiic (MtMtc-1 in by li'jr.Ur McMillan, Iir. Arl l.c.-'S.ild :il.il Mc- Vull.in, l.r.s H v ill be re; nt in Sic ll-e innlrh V.H for .i di'njlinn friatlw nl Huntsr JtcMill.in anrl his cun hnvc iircn ihn vrctims rT many s llie day tiiey Ihrougli wilh tlicir coi'lract ar.il it hehnoie.s tlirin, Hit} tliink, fcflld if.n AUSTRALIAN WINS AT ODDS OF aooo In frt niler j McMillan and force Mn bring on I 'hi.-: braves for snntlirr i-iuiilial, ivhicii [will surely see the with a ami aiiflihfr (rep ilona- I'lion uilh tilling eart hor.-e slur.t. There will be some- sl.irlcil after the hii bouspiel I 6 I'roru Mellio'.irnr, Aut-tialia, comes a story of :ue nf Ihn lare- over made by small investment on racing events. Aus- tralian offered O'Us o' 2000 pounds lo -i ppuiifls apainsl Aurifer and Poslimlua Ihe iifet namo'J lo win the C'anfield ('up and tho second to '-.in Ilio Me'.- bourne Cup. both ot which were run at Victoria. Albert Caulfield, i I a >Teltoiirnr: business inun, back-j j eil iho pair for sisty and .is each won ils rnsncctlvci race., obeli, York. Feb. Charley Mlt tlio veteran English heavy In 1S32 ownlns several elected to parlla- weight, who. allhough sick at his- home in Brighton, Kngland, has no lost interest In the game, man who fays the flgMIng !u- slinrt is dead in Great Ilritaln is a tool. "I wlah all tlie problems of lifo were as easy (o explain. The British soceilr.-l of have heon hcostcrl Into prominence: ttey have r.ot foughl their way lo Ihe As soon as they did one or two decent things In public they hail- ed an worM v.hipnoi-3, a mat- i lor ol fact, they worn little better tlmri novices, and had no right in Ibe limelight at alt." .nenl as representative for Ponte- fract. His grar.dion, 3ir William C. CJully, speaker of the houae cf commons from 1835 to 1905. In spite of tlie fact; that he had no love for llia prize ring he waa one of the gara- est men of his day. He born In Brlalol-all tlie fighters of that era seemed to come from that 17B3. His firsl bis fight was with "Tho Game Chick- Hen Peirce. lasting 6( rounds. Pearce him a wee bit. Pearce retired soon after, owing lo poor health, whereupon Gully by common consent, was conceded (he champion- ship. He had two fights with Bob Qreg- son, the lasl being Ihe better. Greg- son outweighed him 20 or 30 pounds. This fight held al Six-Mile Bol- oin. near Cambridgeshire. Oct. H. SOT. Tho ground was wet and aog- so they tooV off their nhoce, fight. rig In their stocking feet. After 27 furious rounds. Oully won iy landing a levrlfic. awing under Oregon's righl putting him oul. After Ibis flghl Gully retired lo pri- vate iifc and became ft very wealthy member of the scale committee by popular vote. Delegate Lord said under the sub- stitute the men chosen for tbe tcale committee would be. the men. who would also meet the operator! In joint conference. Secretary-Treasurer Greau made a speech in which he suggested tbat Ilia delegates from each state, on their arrival for a convention, should hold a caucus and select a member of the scale committee. President White, said the Fayetle City resolution applied only to the selection of members of the scale committee fcr the convention and that tho 1.0M substitute was there- fore o'.it of order. IJelegate Holm. Missouri, moved thst the icltsilc: from each .district hold a caucus on arrival for a conven- tion and elect a member of toa scale committee. This motion was adopted OffCic W. Va. Reiolullon The committee, rcporled against i resolution from Virglnyllie, Ya. rhlch read as followi: "Whereas, The agreements entered inlo between coal operators and mln. IlfUTTON DEFEATS W.OOCt or about: He said the odds, which in) extraordinary, ap- perieil lo him. II New Ycik, Jan. Hritlon, liicjRo lightweight, hail Ihc hctler Kay r.niipliell oi -San Francisco, In alir.o.il every round of a 10-rnund tout heto toniK'r.t. Uriltgu cleverness i COOMBS IS COLD MINE Philadelphia. .Ian. f not only an but he Is a little gold tclue." s.ild Ira Thomas, the Ath- speaking of Jack continued Thomas, because he never been really unearthed lie has a world of good pitching left, io watch him ntst season. Cofimns la almost normal In .catcher. Ooomba. "He's a soil ere result In the wholesale scabbing of cne local union upon another, one dlalrlct upon another, some time one elale upon "Whereas, The mine workers have been misled ?o long by the preaching of fake labor leaders who, with the! false methods, are tying miner with their long-term uni "Whereas, Some of: these office- holders who are so ansloas to pleas everybody, the assassins find the ri sasslnated, slaves and (slaveholder: the men who fight us with tnacbtn guns, with slate mllltla, guard judges and millions of dollan, an the poor miners who have nothln but their labor to sell; therefore, be "Resolved, That we demand th abolition of all agreements or co tracts between coal i alors; be It further "Resolved, (f another tonfllct Ilk lhal of West Virginia, .Michigan ar Colorado arises, thai a general slrll shall be the only answer and shall t Immediately declared. Tho Engll; I miners brought the powerful Bn adopt their IdfH and make them the fundamental law of the-orranizitlou we will go to ke "We heard it tglln. But von hive heard the.rwort here this time showing an of 000 In our menltefthlp. DOM ''Ibat look like decayV Kennedy- president Dis- trict siiole In opposition to the re- solution on the ground It would not bo productive of any good results to abrogate contracts. He said be believed in the Idea of a general strike but tbat under tbe vretent social sys- tem it would be unwlte. Tiie recommendation of the commit- tee to nonconcur In the resolution was adopted by the convention. By adopting, almost unanimously. ubatltute resolution offered 07 tbe solution committee, the rnlneri' saventlon, yesterday afternoon, re- sell to commit the Unite! 'orkers of America to Ihe Socialist arly. A number of resolutions had cen submitted from various sUtei eclaring that the Socialist ic or.ly real party of tbe working" ajs, and endorsing It on behill of. e mlnen' union. The resolutions immlltee, of nembiri ro SoclaliiU, was not ver, to taVs this itep. InitesdthB ommlllee offered a substitute for all solutions relating to political action, i substitute being u lollowi: 'In view of present economic ondltlons surrounding our own Iber Induilrles, and etpecliliy tlie nachlnatlons of Ihs JudjoUl po- tlcal powers thst have been d igiinit til In Alibiras, Weil Vir- Inla, Colorado, and tie Irwln Bell on 'jncouver and. ultewhe'Te, elleve thtt the nrrivei when t Is just as necessary for the workers f this country and Canada, to unite nlo'a wortlng clais orgihlzaliou on t'er IB -his IIfe.'1' he he wer b-t- Hsh govornmenl lo Its kneei throng eoal ho political Held on Ibe indmtrlal field." OppOKd by, Seme SocitlitU A number of Socialist delegate" made speeches in oppoiitlcn to the euhslllule because U failed to men- tion tic Socialist parly. But other speakers, some of them Socialists, took the poMllon that It would be tn- iriee lo endorse any particular pollll- party, on the ground tbat "you lusl not try lo drive any man Intu any political parly." Most of the Socialists appeared to be with (he Biihslltulo te- cause. It declared In favor of a class for action on the pollll- cal field, and they felt thst this was ai far Iho conrentlon should so. After a lone debate, the snbstituto offered by Ihe committee was adopt- ed. Just bow many Socialist delegates have! seats In Hie convention not dlscloaed by tho vole on this mailer, were sentenced at Montrcul lo two yenra In priMii, and will then bo deported OW< many, ;