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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VIUUAY, KBimUAUY 1915 T 1113 L E T H it R i n r. E DAILY n K R A i, D PARE THflEE CHAMPIONSHfP BATTLE TINGED WITH AN AIR OF MYSTERY THE JOHNSON-WILLARD BOUTO- ONE THAT DOESN'T YIELD .TO THE DOPE WORLD'S 'r .4'. ijl "J. RIFLE RECORD v __________. Provided John Arthur Johnson caii transport 20U pounds of dark meat jfUo a ccrUiin bull lighting arena by llis proper date, tlie heavyweight cuiLinpiousliip is tlio one t-Lal draws ilK oinuial showdown for Ihe sporting year, In jmiiir ways u comparison ut J .Joluisoii with Willard is a son of :i Has-Uucn with a i -'Jvhis should make it or in immediate vicinity' of such. Hut earning Ibis classic combat them is' ftitii'oly too much mystery. Among t-hc list ot shadowy myster- ies might- be named the following 1. Whether the light-will even la'tij place ut Juarez or tiaruna and when, 2. Just what condition Jack Jolm- hiui is really in. 3 Whether it is on the level or a decidedly pangetit; In this, light- there seems -to be no present angje to Jiang any dope on. Everyone knows bow good Johnson was when he was right. But everyone knows be- is not within 17 kilometres of Lbc old J obnsou, for Nature doesn't operate in thai fashion. Also everyone knows -that Willard, with fine physical advantages, iii a, good bit ot a booh ai, llmt he has made Cleveland Shots Score Out of 1C-C Washington, D.C., Keb. A world's record Lor rifle Khooting was made hisl week by rlio cicrclflffd team, whluh lOiji) on I u[ van MUD MAKE IN ORDER TO BRING WELSH TO TERMS FOR 20-ROUND BOUT Chicago, Feb. Kite-hit uiutlc the suggested purse lor a Welsh-Ritchie light ot 20 voumU al, Denver look closer tonight he aimoumlccd that he would pnl up the extra himself. "If really wants lor beating said Ritchie today. "I'll that ho gets it. Tho Denver club lias ottered 1[ he Lcats me Til give him more. I'll put tliu ffO.OUli up any time. If Welsh really means business it's up to him Lo conic through ami sign un. The only stipulation I- shall make is- that i! doesn't heat iiiAe 10UO iii Lhu jjinth jnattii of Ihc" get the cxli'u Slfl.OUO." iiitercliib chitmulciiBliIp tourua- JIKMII. Thn rive nmrksmon JJUL 100 shols into a Unll'a eye tlic size of u ten cent piece ut -j. ilix- lancc of 75 ftet with .'2'1 calibre rifles. Allan Cup Draws Winnipeg. Feb. 25. .Mayor Waugh jnadc tlic draw l-hat gives the winners of the Kastcrn Oiumdiiin first Lhiince at thu Allan cuphuldcrs in JMelville, President- Taylor, Secretary Hobinaon and his worship held au im- promptu meeting at the city hall this afternoon, llr. Taylor asked the mayor to jim'orm the ceremony. A ,S 'I1 Xew York N'Y, Fcl) i-5 Ail Wol- East has liroken Ills riBlit arm again, mill bis nmtcli 'witli Lnucb Crosa lit -Madison Sfiuare Glirilen Loinorrow night'jis -Tbia :timc tlic CONTINIJKn FHOM FRONT i'AGE tin: lilndcryunuu en north sidu with a view lo retfuc- n'.iiLibcr nl" U'achPi'fl bo rufcri'- lO lllC KCllOOi WUlliiKVlllCIll COIl) III ii- and tin: mipcrliHomhjnl, they to reporl (o the board before .'ic- llou." was u sirens scullnicnl the- members of, the board as- aln.si llitj (IJbTOulJnuaiicu c'f the crulet uclion. and a .so'lullcn en (hlK j ).v jn the fonuiny. Cjiilct Jjislriic- I linn will rJv.j.. nnl.il n_r r-ivsc'jit ii'rijj iit luasl, UioiiKli ;U :i I mucb rc'tlufi'd iiotU. Tlic j jroscniilloj] (JleposL'tJ of "That thu scliuol uuinaKCinoiit CCDJ- I jnittcc ooii for Mr. Kiliuer with a! i view to alicriim his i nienl with ihu in such a way as 10 relain ;i of Mr. Filiucr's lime for tilone, ;it n sulary Cou- sidtvably .reduced, nn-1 ronon to 'the board at tlic. next Teachers to he Paid The tcachors bo jifiid c-ilhcrio- diiy or IcmorroiV. Mfiyor llnrdic ad- visuil the Hi a i IL solulion had fJj boon fouml, and that a cheque for the 'amount clue in salaries would be forlli- coming. The Mayor conferred with Lhc sink- ing fund ooniniiiteu ypstenfiiy iifLcr- iioon. but declined to assume MM; re- bponsibility of fnnilns c-ver Ihe chetiue lor S12.000 until nil the legal formali- ties had1 been cninjilcicd. Tlie auditors ndvised that tho hoard could issue de- jbentures to the extent of SS5S3, but "Wh.it steps did Wllkerson taKe to seize the mine when ne found the deeds stolen from Gallon werq utterly worthiest? What steps did John Dora, Ruth's awecthenrtt take to hold thr. mine for Ruth? Who did ths miners themselves lino up with? Who brought in Mexlcano to fight Which side won the tc-rlflc battle that followed? What did the sheriff do Dore asked him to arrest Wllkerson for the kidnapping of Ruth? SICK TJIK MXTir KPISOIH: OF (lie .AnswtM- at Toniffht Time slips dropped iii- ElJllt JenBtlnvlse between llio brualt Upon tlio ailvict 10 11 ImL One liorc the "Win- just iibo.ve tlie miildlo oi tliu forearm itllc the debentures will ncrs Jlanitolia vs. Tluindcr an- and-lbn elbow Joint. Doctors wlio ex- naj'al'le seail-aniMllj-. ilr. Davidson expressed tbc opinion that this ninoiint be donhied. A bylaw authorizing the issue wns ilrafL- ailvici; cf be MR. GEO. E. DAVIS World's Lightning Oil Fainter THIS LATEST WAK SCENES DIRECT FROM THE BATTLE FIELDS SCENES THE ITALIAN EARTHQUAKE ullicr read, "Winners 0. II. A.-lntcr- j'.iRiined-'Llio injury under the X-rays. f. _ EWS FROM WILLARD'S TRAIN- colluginlc nr tlic third was declared it-would ING GO WELL "Uiiincis Alberta vs. British Colum- I before the Cadillai be several monLbs aecrelary-trcasurcr FleeUvood re- ported tlie receipt of 'a cherj'ie lor WITH WHITE HOPE 151 [Jaso, Texas, I'ch. 25. Curler, pi'omuter o[ Llie JolmsoiirWiU heart, and. lard bout at announced tu- no effort "night that he would leave tomorrow biu." The one drawn, as previously- to remo- decided, lo he given llic and allowed l-liu first series ut lie Cadillac boy wou'.d lie 'able i --irsui the prnvinclnl--govern- .the past, find six mcntlis !nieilt. that about was before he would.-be la condition to don to come.' ___ ___ tiie mitcE Easterners came out of the -Wofsast sufttired his injury .while A communication from the Separate school board r.egartlp.ig thu payment of dvic liy joint stock companies hat, and so got first try. As for the boxing with Freddie Androivs, "die (luc ''.v joint stock cnmpanie otlicrs they nmsL ofi, und it has waukee liphL-A-ei'shl it ccnin-ed Deceived, but no action laken; ucL-n decided thai ft will be a sudden (ne closing of the last round, advised that Bh However, he ventured no prediction enough and he he should bn in "condition to .travel a. long way. MARQUARD BACK WITH GIANTS .Will Leave for MaMin, According to Secretary's List New York-. N.Y., Feb. (Rube) Marqjuard, who Jumimd to the (Brooklyn Federals early, in the win- ter, will leave i'or the (TexasJ j 1 raining camp or the New York Xa-' lionnlB, with others c[ the team, to. jQOrrffw, according to" a-list of play- elven out toolpht hy Secretary J. JJ. Foster of thu club. The list of men to start for the Tex- as'camp includes tho ifaii- agcr Marqnard. Jfurns, Thorpe, Pleh, .Devlin, McLean, Press, 'Wendell, Wllllama and Chal- mers, former Philadelphia as to tiie mi iconic of the already c'oiu- plicnteti situiition. Curley's announce- .mcnt followed his receipt of a cable- gram from Johnson, Hie contents of were not given out. i H iras announced tonight that Jess tho "white hope" who ex- pected to nicei Jnck Johnson at ,Juarez, Mexico, would reiluce mater- ially bis training uiitil something du- Jinitc was received regarding Jobu- i aon's bclateiJ arrival for Lhc figlit ori- i finally set at March G. 'Jack Curley, promoter of .Ihe bout, while admit- ting today thai, it had been postpon- ed indefinitely, would not venture league team, pitcher, who will try to come hock tc ftn lUterco! i. brij] rii (vnv detccliAe at. Catnpbeii ttn vLstcidav He nlaus of bridges rpilwiy trncke aul Iges m tlio M-UaLeilia Ilci Ucl hnd beea ittlng uusi j Fti n been in Cinatift he said since 1911 He be sent tleteuUoa ;