Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD THUBSDAV, KEJiRUARY ______________________.__________________.______ _ -_ ._._____________..________________1 V HELP WANTED AT EL PASO HUSKY, BUXOM YOUTHS TO STAND IN WAY OF WIL- LARD'S WALLOPS JOHNSON WANTS TO GET BACK TO U. S. Chicago, III., Feb. States officials here today re- celverl Information from an em- isbary oC Jack Johnson, -world's v champion heavyweight pugilist, that Johnson wanted to return to the United States. Johnson, who 'ieft America while under for violation of tho Mann act, desires to know the attitude of the government re- gardjug his return. Johnson could be tried on two pending charges or re-sentenced under the former conviction. It was said, but ofJclflJs refused to re- veal their course of action. El Pasa, Tex., Feb. Wil lard has the "help wanted" sign imaging out. MB wants spurring part ners, big strong lioys wlio can stand lots oi puhishinont. Tex U'Rourke ib willing cno-ugh but says no man cau lake the big hoy on evccy day and live to write about it for the papers Walter Monohiin also is getting his poundings regularly and is a little the worse for wear. Jess is taking thi uflensive mote and more in his spar- ring bouts ivith his traintrs and wil )jE .hard to handle by any boxer, big cr little, within another two weeks Al Norton and Jim Savage have summoned by telegraph to comt, at once if they expect to join the Willard camp, ami Jones is trying to persuads Willard to permit Willis, the big negro lighter who trained here ivio }'cars ago, to join his, camp and spar with him. Willis is John- son's size and fights in style about Jike that ot thi; champion. Jack Curley has revealed the terms et been filed Justice Clement agreed yvitb a'' riutn her of cilizens in a pctluoii that Ills property was faulty i The new war tat' will cost tins Oranit 'L'l'ick ovei a dollars a jcotj i.