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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta k /London, Feb. 4 -Results of the sec-ijond'round of Cogljeh foolbal'lcup are .'C �foUoWSV , .v_..,,- ,;.:., ^Ve8t)lalu United 3, PresHoii North tJnd Q; Crovve is Grimsby Town 5; 1 Swindontown 1, Wpolwichi Arsenal 0;: Biiniley 2, BaVn�iey 0; _ Wolv'erhamp-ton^Wanderere I'^'-iianchester City 0; 'l)8r1lnBton^^2f'Brfl(l{orUa;w6hoslerfleld 1, _Clel8ea*'4;;,Bm%ford City 2. Nor-\,lch City t; Bvorton 2, U^ei'ptiol 1; NewcBstlc'lliilfGd i';''Nbrlham*plon l;> Mancliestcr'UnfteS Asto^villR I; Derby'"Goun ly ; 2, s Weist Broin wlch AI-; Uiion?0;;muJlvClly_3.Oldhani Athletics 0; BiacItbVirn" Rovers 0, Tottenham Hotspur 0; Brighton andi Hovo Aibion 0, Coventry City' ;0; Ati'dUeleBboro 0, I-eiceBter Tosse 0. League games rosiiltetl as folloivs: First Division Notts.I^oroBfJ,;;�Sl�etfield'2; Bristol .one HU,iAt;> the close of.the. boards and Koss followed him two minutes later also for slashing Glimour. Howe was sent oft for hookins Small], and while he was-off Smith added another for Kenrrew^ Odie 'Cleghorn then went trom "goal to goal.and 'sl&ppedwin the eighth, Jotonstoa;and Ross -both sbelng back onithe'lcc. *:The Wanderers with five minutes to play tried'to equalize matters/but'were/ unable to ! green curlers must' ' ^. + not; delay play-off ' * ' '' tiori hy'jjWednesday so as'to ,4" 4* 'clenr~the'way tor the bonspiel.' !� The follo'jving must according" 4* to.!;order8y,play off on Jiondayrfli^ orTdefa/jltKi Liockwood vb Cope, Skelth vs Sydney Jackson, Scott\v8 -Mc.Murphy; J Jackson vs Mc-Arihur,' Courtic'e a bje, and Uoodejia- bye. * + + + * have lots -of debts. -They date back to theieartiest colonial times. ' Cutting-The debts, you mean? t cl6n't.,dv;'MdbBRN HOTEI.. AND BATH HOUSE at Boulder Hot,.SpringSf Montana, was opened to the public .Tuly 21st, 1910. 'JjlJB JI0TBl^..i8 situated In the JIOUNTAINS, with the most CI,l^BMliSG,aeENIO,SURROUNDINGS, three (3) miles from Boulder,',Aioutann; on the main line of the Great Northern Ry., and tlje.Elkharn jRranch ol". the Northern Pacific, midway between Helena' and ;^But(;e. ,V'"'-THK'jIJOT10]i is 6f.,tbe Mission Tvpe, has a capacity of 125 roomsj .Elegantly *"^urnlshed, Equipped with an up-to-date Heating PJant,.EICBtric;Lights, Hot and Cold Water, and Telephones in evijryfVoon}-,!.'Ji; ;xv-. , , _ ..-.iTHBBATllHOUSa 'which is connected to the Hotel, is equipped,>with. Private- Tub Bnths.'Priyate PJunges, Needle and Shower Baths; Natural Mineral Water'Vapors, Massage, Hair Dressing and ,Manlcm'e';,Qepartment8..i The appointments are up-to-date in all .departmentB,,-aud]incha'rge'ef competent and skilled nitSidauts.. .i,,^HH..Wi?IERAIi WATERS-of this WELL KNOWN and POPULAR REPQ.R'J^.iComo from' many .Bprings, ranging in temperature Iiom.lpO tos'lSS degrees hot and arc NOTEIJ for the CURE, of RHElJM^iTI^iM', CONSTIPATION, NERVOUSNESS, STOMACH, KIDNEY and L|VEB;cOMPiiAlNTS, SKIN and BLOOD DISEASES, and other AILMENTS. - JflJO liATES:.--ril2.50. double.^ 13,00 stalle and up; $]7.ui), per week.ahd'np,' according to'room.locntlon^iBtc. These rates Intludp ROpM,'BOARD and FREE use of THE BATHS, with BLANKETS and'TOWELS FREE. � ,THIS HOTfL is under thC.MANAGBMBNT OF J. E. ilcCOR-;MICK, who ha� had munyyeBrs* experience In handling resorts of tbis kind. Ail commuuicBtions should bo addressed to � ^ . � J. E. MeCORMlCKv Manaotr OULDER springs; MONTANA. ,111-off'with: him. I have �?nothing to' worry abouff on that score. AS I said �'before, 1 will 'be opeirto meet sFx of'the- world'fe greatest lightweights during the coming year, leavr ing it to the public to decide whom they shall be. If necessary 1 will journey to Australia or England. tQ, carry out the program and the imiHs; can be shoved together just as fast as to bid for 'thGm,.so Ipng. as they are not closer together than,a �weolCi '-.i . �, .^t,. "Welsh, Moran, Knockout Brown; One-Round Hogan, Tonimv Murphy and Danny Goodman are the men whom 1 expect the public to select'to, meet me, and I .j�'ant to put myself onf record, now as'being willing to meet the entire six in fights to a finish, ali> inside of three months,-and the sooiv er the better suits mo once I am fit again. . "Welsh is one of-the greatest boxers who ever drew on a glove or broke resin, according toi lay own observations ot him in action. Jloran is also a great .vouug lightweight, it remaWB to ibe seen how much real class Knockout Uiowii and One-Round 1-logu.n pos sees, for 'they have not been pitted yet against real clafis and may. f.nll down like the selling plater'onee they a^e. iMurphy and Goodman are classy performers Just o.ut8ide of the championship." �� � AIRD SCORES A WIN OVER DUFF Abject feir of rattlesnakes was in giained,in the heaits of two Chicago^ spoilsmen who journeyed recently ta* tlio wilds of Aiizona They Were tqjd, however, that foyr snakes^ crawled .knit had their being ,In ihV p-* glon which they proposed -fohnny; Coulon, the '.h>Bntam-wejght champion, Js tt!ot':�theis race horses owned by James ftR. KeeneSandi Harry, Payne Whitney this year. The ICeeneandiAVhituey families have been at; loggerlieads' tor^ severs 1 .years botli on" the turfiiand in the stock-market, but'-'thls will not hinder Rowo:, from' taking charge of 'their separate., inter-^ estsij. I't'was reported;that Rowe.'was; :going to Prance'to tram HermanvB; Duryea'a horses, b^^t the fact that he has beeiLjCngaged -by Keene and Whitr ney to look after their turf stars dis proves this statement. Ad. iWplgast said y,e3terday that he, would: cancel .or-^postpone vhis dates with';Jack^O'Bnon;s'.Club, if Manager Jpnes "insists..' '.-JlO' made a. provision I'lr Ills contrapt-wlth- O'Brien that ;if; he was not fit to light men of big call-,, lire in. February'he'.would defer; ithe' dates. .. "There is nothing wrong ,beiV tween-Jonesftandi'.myself;" said . Adt "Tho reason hevwants to cancel those daes is beca,use:?.ho:-thinks'I will noli get into condition to do myself justice. I will do as he says." Australia comes to the front with a candidate for the heavy-weigjit championship. - The latest fistic /woii"-der's name is Colin'Bell and hej'isidg^ scribed as a tall, raw-boned" Australian youth. Larry Foley, the veteran sporting man on the other .side of the world, has taken him in hand and save- he is a good one,' . Ijarry ought to know .a good msin when he sees one. It was he 'V/ho' gave to' the pugilistic' world such fighters iis-.-Peter^Jackson, Frank Slavin, Bob PitfsBlinpions and .Inn Hall Ad Wolgast, who'Jias ibeen termed the artful dodger of :the prize ring, intends to silence the critics who luive been pouring hot shot into him for his failure to. defend his title of lightweight champion. Ad declares that, he will engage in no less than eight battles during ithe next two months. These will be short-round bouts. The Gadll-' lac lighter will not meet Owen, Moran In any event before September. .Kn bout Is arranged between the* two he v,'il,l still insist on a guarantee of |12,-.500. therefore sallied - forth, from J'he"cJlVj lor their Western, destinatlSn^ wilh'no' misgivings The story of an adven-" ture '^hich'betook,{henf'wlilte Kinri^lti J for game ncai; the nUy of'Ph6effil3^1's* now bding retailed by ^thelr'lriehdB'Triu Chicago.^ ' X'Vt \ .'?1?4'.'''"'':|W?^''i The camp tff the fiwo'Chicafoank'wte ^ pitched In;a,wild regiom where!ond?of. the men had'mine IntereBts.'/'.lie'arain^. fhat game'.WBB ijlentlful,iii'''the'^nelgh-J borbood, the two 8port�men Blionldered' their guns one moi'iiing: and 'set'out in, qiiejt ot It" About mile''ot-hilly,, wooded country filled with f,;,uiifler-growth had'�been travelled wlwm'piie of, the hnnters'heard a noise.'-lt soiind-^ 'cd isusplclously like d rattle'and iwem-'ed to proceed from a-deriHe,patch of buBhes. i "What waslthat?" he whlspere^Vtlie fear-of snaWs"entering, his mlnd.Vnot-^ withstanding the denials his gun for, iiOBBi,ble ac'tlpn. ,,>'^he r,UBtle of the.^gun and llie'islick'ot%ljfi'lock;iis^ it^ was^cocked ,brong�t another jatfUM noise to their ears. / ' "It ain't in the buah It's right near us," shouted; the, other. .VU'B,*By�nako and I'm going to get out of here.'f ? ,Then the rout began., ",^4; .'i .The two'hunters, neither ot whom Isji of slim build, droppe'd' their weaponsd and iiwith:.; a ^combined/ sldes^ rolijngj.andrcrawling to' torn of eacIi'declivity^butpicHnl selves ^.up, after, each'" an-"^ gring'jn^^rai)id,-.fright|l/gain % standing^ their exertldiis anil li ness^ of. their retreat tlbe' roiai rattle-came'plalnly to ^thelv �r a'.'^^partlcularly hard'till'dowB 1, ot^B'^pre'c'IpItonB'cliff.' terror^trick^n. BpprtBirien. -'^^J ,V' "He ^sure^lB,;; ^echwd J Ib roi| an jwith^one' aup'-enii effort' hM [and|p^erfp,irlDR|rii men roft f^eiandid'ashed from thu spot \ak their Icainp'^'': Up and do^ if their heiil% | vIeW'Ofttheir iteiit ID ilprtlfltuc w,lngs''t�.VtlieJ? feci Ihef iiu flew'as^tJ^e^rattlinR 'loiiiid aeemad andviJiorelsuggeBtlvo of vpnom.'/A^ tlie cAmp'wiig^,^f(Eat'ie(l and they.fR th'em8eH(esl|upbn ihn ground vltM _ last'ijunce 'of *'theli atrpiiirrh J ''AB,the.^8e�niiirt mora pI�1u''iUmi^ ,eyer,jalthouKbfi|liev Mfrn in ' j^grolindiandjinaC'^BlRn of ihi>lriHte appeai;ed,ln %BliJ Wlienever hVl ed>he 86unia,t�a(hod bla Benan ;B|iuLU|past4boKrd box halt fillet 1 , ncerrltlblB iikwye'rAiIow;'what did ^oii m d'efenda'nt'talk (tboiii" nk dbcMfa^Iml'n^^^ mean wna' flid'youM' ^'TjV.-TWo\,taiked .over tho tilli Kent Discovered Drop Ball First Used Thirty Years Ago Who discovered the drop ball? - That Arthur Ciimmings was "tlie. originator of the curve is generally acknowledgefl, although there are aonie old-tlnie pl.n.vors who played ydth 'nnd against Cummlngp who refuse tO; give the old twirler ot the Stars, ot Brooklyn, the credit of being tho "Christopher Columbus" ot t;ho bender, delivery that rcvolutioni-/,ed liaaebnll pitching. .'\mong the doubting ones are "Slowr ball" Martin, wlio had a little sneaky, slow twister when he pibclied for'the Eckfords and Mutuals that was -as much of a pu^ figbtfor.vthe championship; of the; worldifnvLondon;') England diirlng, ^ , the w eek ot Ihek'ing's c'oronaCion.' Hugh, everybqdy, talks fiimiliarly�^:3;d about.thessenialiGornstalk after^onfce meeting;him#favor� tho sport-' ing editor ^ith a-.budget of information''about his plans and the W8>,yV|'' in which'.he Induces tho London fight fans' to vialt Olympia. 'C'^'SVi; "My lease of the Oljmpla annex expires "on" Feb; 24?' h#i wilten.r- i "and I am endeavoring to secure another big .building. .^Failing thl� Isshallrreturn to Australia bringingj.wlthyme;spmoiof!the beat Enf-ij-^ Ilsh boxors and shall again hold sconteatsvatelh^jSydney tadiua.V^}:ig' I shall ret\irii to England in time for the coronation .week whBiyfcj .jhopetoi bring off the world^schampionship-heavywelght o�ntq(i|. '"On Febiuary I, we have porky Flynn'ot, America'.mBirhed with , Jack Bums of Calltomia.^ Flyun will bo seconded by 8am huik^^. ford ' ' Vf.'S'-'ai ;Is It any wonder that Hugh McIntoBhicommanda.theiooiifidMM -v" m - - -----------.....-......... . bi'We'stuck to,'oun guns and.:.sold our half-crown BnA^TflTeiiatill* mgs seats and refused haU guineas by the hundredBTrrj-imlgbyiM/ by tlip thousands'" ' nii, laite of his majesty's ;na,yy|and;i|champlOtfMbfj''0*^ England,' to box the best twenty full. three-mlnuCo':roiih'dBV;EB'tM" ' Olympia-Annexe, Wednesday evenfng, .Tan 18 next;'for.Mh'er'fei quis of-Qiieansborry rules; and ittis :further/;agrei^d:that�in'Bddl^osile Alexaiv Hotel.-. ;