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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURPAt;. JANUARY 9. 1915 THE LETHBRrD.GB DAILY HERALD PARE THREE BATTLING BRlTKH '^^ I^'^ '"^^ Also Monday "The trey CHearts"-Better Than Ever MONDAY Q GAVE HER A FORTUNE AND THEN HER LieERTY BOB FtTZSIMMONS ALLOWS WIFE DIVORCE IN cAmE SPIRIT AS; HE YIELDED COIN "Why should I ftgbt this divorce BUit ?" asks Boh Fitzsimniohs, {orm-i!r heavyweight champioQ of ' the worW, in tones of bitterness. "1 have done everything in my power to make my wi/e haPPJ', and give her everything I-could give her. Now she wants ito be free from me, and 1 suppose she must kfave thfet, too. "I met iSJrs. Fitzsimmons at a ttc-ntre,'' .fcc continued, rerainiscontly. !"She was Miss Julia GilTord, you remember. AVhen we were married I looked.forward to a lifetime of bap-jiinesB. I sent her to Paris to bavo Jier. voice trained and gave her $5000 and .a lettcr'from the president of the tJnited States to the American consul at the French capital. I found out afterward that she never used the letterJ-I bought her French gowns of the latest vogue, paying as much as $3000 for one of them. In Dublin I bought her a gown for $2000. "1 also bought 3 .farm at Dunellcn, N.J., and gave her a half interest in it, bpsi'Sea one of the .fastest automobiles then made. "It has all been of no avail. She would ..hot be happy.. I can do no more. .What is the use trying ? None." ot short passes and one must be quick of eye to follow tbe ring and.quick and' accurate of motion to place the CHd of the stick in the opening of the ring as it is speeding across t\\o floor. The possibility for the exer- ' cise of judgment and the chance tor team play are unlimited. During the winter term great inter-�3t has been shown in the senior class, and much benefit derived from I the exercises. It is the intention to keep up the high grade of work, and make it as varied and interesting as possible. The efforts of Physical Director Thompson are bearing good a,nd a,bun-dant fruit under circumstances that are not the most favorable. COBB SAYS HE WILL QUI! BASEBALL IN FOUR YEARS WE'VE GOT MOST OFMIIFUL Greater Amount Here than Any Place From Winnipeg West MR. MARNOCH IS BACK KILBANE BESTS DALEY Has All the Bettor of a Ten-Round ' Contest at Toledo Toledo, Qhip, Jail. 8.-Johnny Kil-bane; champion ' featborwelghtj outi fought and out-boxed and out-dodged Frank C. Daley of Latarobe, Pa, in a ten-round'paatchjiiere tonight. Both Weighed under 133.pounds. Under this rules of the Boxing Com-misBion no decision could be given, but tlie-Ipopular decision at the ringside was that th'e: champion had won by a comfortable margin. ART ROSS SIGNS � WITH SENATORS Moutreali Que., Jan. 9.--Art Ross, the well-known hockey player, whose two weeks' suspension by the N.H.A; magnates was up yesterday, last night signed la; contradt with' the Ottawa olub, and .Vvlll report in Ottawa immediately. Manager Kennedy of the Canadleus has been after .Ross' services, and had waivers from a'U clubs but Ottawa and Wanderers. In the meantime, however, differences as to sal-nry are understood to have developed, and Ross reopened negotiations with Ottawa,.With which" club he had been negotiating, when the trouble develop-led wfch the league authorities. Thousands of persons religiously hold,the belief that If the bright spotr light of publicity were denied him Ty Cobb would freeze to death.. v They see in Tyrus a vain, boastful, elephantine-beaded egotist. Tbey are all wrong. . Cobb Gentlemanly Fellow Off the field Ty is first a Bentlemanv, affable and retiring. He's.not the bdl-Ifcose, blatant butcher-beater that he has been pictured. On the contrary, he's ;wihat Robert Burns would.call a "discontented ghost-a perturbed spirit." Ty has a grievance. ; I Cobb was located at his hotel after i a particularly brilliant performance ' on the ball field one evening, with the hope of ascertaining how mucjj money the "greatest player in baseball" had appropriated from the Bn>�lan fields of frenzied basebEtll finance. T)ie .subject does not appeal to Ty. who, I however, was anything but �.loath to be interviewed. ' � AD. WOLGAST FEARS . HANDS ARE GONE Doubts If He Will Be Able to Meet Joe Shugrue January 13 at V New York Caidillac, Mich., Jan. 8.-tWhile it has been announced from New York that Ad. WoJgast and Job Shugrue are to box 10 rounds/ in New York oil January 13, Wolg'ast says bo Is far from certain that be will be able to enter the ring by that time. Ad's physicians have advised him to rest until at least ten days after the date _set for the Shugrue fight. ."It'my hands were in good shape .I could make ?50.000 this winter," Woi-gaat complained today. "I have offers from New York, Milwaukee, Grand Rapids, Toledo and Cincinnati clubs to fight the best men in the game." "I ihave saved my money, and I have invested � it, well," said Tyrus, "and besides I have been well paid, and 11 will'tel'l you a secret: My mind is set ^ on; quittirigijbaseball in four more' years,' no riiatter what my services on the diamond., niay command at the .time.'. latt-ZT-years old, and physi-bally fortlhedVl believe, to go on as long as Wallaee bnCajole. But I have , set 1918 as the absolute limit of further particlpation'ln baseball. "I haven't beien treated any too well. I have been succpssful, it is true, but my feelings � too' often ihave been wounided by uiidesirable notoriety. I will Kiplaln:; '' V;  "J have been .pictured a 'tough' fighter, a usei-vof.i'fcpld steel,' so often that loads of people, with whom I am not perspnally,..,ao^�inted regard me almost as a barroqin gladiator. That's putting it rather; strong, but It's my aggravated view o.f a serious matter." McQOORTY GETS DECISION Mllwauk�e; Wis., Jan. 8.-Eddie Mc-Goorty of Oabkosh, contender for the middleweight title, tonight earned a decision over Billy Murray of San Francisco, in ten rounds.  McGoorty sent Murray down for tbe count of eight in the fourth round. MoOoorty had Six rounds, Murray two, and two were even. -�,. � .i -:--:-- DEATH OF PROMINENT ENGli^SH CRICKETER London, Jan. ir-J^ .p.Jonesr.: captain of the Nottinghamshire County Cricket eleven since 1899, died at the residence of his brother at Dunstable .recently after a somewhat lengthy 111-'ness from lung troiible contracted In -(iuRtralia on his visft 'there with the M.C.C. team. INGBR80LL WON St. Thomas, Ont., Jan. 8.-IngersoH ST. : MARY'S WINS St. Mary's, Ont., Ja:n. 8.-St. Mary's ALLAN CUP CHALLENGES Official notlee is given that the Thunder Bay Hockey league closes Its Bohedule on Februarj- 17, and will then hB.rA in a ehaillenge for the Allan Cup. This makes at least six challenges In sight, for others>are coming from Quebec, 'Ontario, Alberta, and two from Winnipeg teams. Reglna Will be kept busy holding the tankard. VIC8 BEAT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 8.-Coming up from behind in the second half and ucoring the winning goal in the last minute of play, the yictorlas nosed out a brilliant victory over the Win-iiipegs iby the score of 8 to 7, in a Winnipeg Senior league fixture bere jast night. McVEY-LANGFORD JANUARY 15 Chicago, III., .Tan. 8.-Sam Langford �nd Sam MoVey, negro heavyweights, were matched here tonight to box In Kenosha. Wis., Friday, January. 15. The,'ban against' negro matches was recently lifted by the Wisconsin boxing commission. FLEMING DEFEATS HOUCK Featherweight Champion of Canada Wins at Montreal I/' FRED LAKE RELEASED Ottawa, Jan. 8.-It is said Fred Lalte of the Ottawa Hockey olub wilt be released, as he has not come up to expectations. MoKE|4ZIE. IMPROVING iReglna, Sask.> .Tan. 8.-Advices from Melville last night say Billy McKeu. zie was not so badly Injured as at first thought; and will not be out of the game Jong. TOM DONOGHUE, NOTICE Mn W. Suter wiH be pleased to meet Mr. Tom.Donoghue at the Y. M.C.A.: Monday 'evening at 7 o'clock, to oonslAoF-'liKe formation of a haiv rlers' club In'th'e." o.lty, as 'proposed �n tho Hprald-receatly..'� " Montreal, Que.j Jan. 8.-Prankie Fleming of La Prairie, Que., featherweight boxing champion .of Canada,' outpointed Tlommy: Houtok of New York in seven rounds of a clever ten-round bouH; for the title before the Canadian Athletic association here tonight. The two fought at- different styles, Houck depending on infighting and Fleming more, inclined td stand oft and box. The men weigh'ed. In at 126 pounds. In the fifth round Fleming went down for a count through an apparently unintentional foul. Houck wae warned, and Fleming given time to recover, the bell having rung Just after h'e went -down. ' Thereafter the tight was tflean and very fast. CARPET BALL MATCHES MOOSE HALL LAST NIGHT Four interesting - i/ame^ of carpet ball were played at Mooee Hall last nigiht. The results ^- ; . Moose 3, PoBtleS'5. - ; C.0;F. 6, Postles 11. A.0.F.3 S.O.B. 6. Picked Teani 11, ACF. 10. The"Shield'' games start next Friday night.  ... shut out St. Thomas, 10 to 0, here to- defeated New Hamburg, 8 to 7, here night in a senior Northern Hockey lea- .to-night in an intermediate O.H.A. gue fixture. game. "There is more snow I)ctwecu Bow Island and Lcthbridgc, than anywhere from Winnipeg west." This is the encouraging news President Marnoch brought back to Leth-Sridgc with him from Winnipeg, where he had gone to confer with Grant Hall, general manager of Western lines of the C.P.R. and to urge the completion c-f the Lethbridt,e-Woyburn line this year. , The farmers in southern Saskatchewan and Alberta, Mr^ Marnoch says are satisfied that they are living in the best of countries. Men who haiiill^ �' m ;