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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY,. JANUARY 11. 1913 THIC LET H BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE TO FBHI FflRlY-flVE MARCH 8TH DEFINITELY SETTLED A8 DATE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP. QO AT JUAREZ, MiEXICO-PRINCIPALS ON WAY TO 3CENE OF BATTLE New \otk, Jau, 9.-Jack Jobnson and Jess Willard will meet in � 45-round bout for the heavyweight championship of the world at Juarez, Mexico, on Saturday, March 6, next. Final arrangements to this effect were inade here today after other bids were received from HSivana, Cuha, and Tijuana, Mexico. Johnson has been guaranteed (80,-000, win, lose or draw, while Willard has been assured a minimum o( $15,000 and may receive a much larger sum by sharing in the altair with the chief promoter. will; FIGHT AT RACE TRACK The bout will take place in the 'Juarez race track and the management of the track promised suspension of racing for a few days if ne- cesBWFf to facilitate tha ereokton of stands there for the accommodation o( spectators, ' . When Johnson signed the articles a few weeks ago in Kutope he was handed $1000 for expenses and today $1000 more was cabled to him at Buenos Ayres, from which port he will sail tomorrow morning on his way to Juarez. WILLAKD ON WAY TO SOUTH less Willard, who ha* been in this city for a tew days, will leave to morrow for a brief stay at.Excelsior Springs, Mo., and then will t>roceed to El Paso, where he will finish his training for the contest. He will reach the El Paso quarters about January 25, in all probability, and expects \to weigh 230 pounds when he enters the ring. EARL COOPER WINS SAN DIEGO E AN AUTO EVENT WITWOUT SER I0U8 ACCIDENT-MANY MINOR ONES San IMego, Cal., Jan. 9. - Earl Cooper, driving No. 8, won the San l>iego exposition road race today over the Point Loma course, making the 305.82 miles in 4:40:10. "Bad Bill" Carlson, No. 17. finished second, one'minute and one-half behind Cooper, and Tom Alley, No. 2, finished 10 minutes behind Carlson. Oooperia average tor the race was 63.3 miles per hour, which is considered remarkable time for the dangerous course. Alley took the lead at the begin-' ning of the race, but soon fell hack as Eddie Ricbenbacher in No. 7 tore around the course at terrific speed. Richenbacher then retched the lead until the 21st lap, when a broken oon^ hccting rod put him hopelessly out. I ilt then beoame a battle among Coop-! er, Carlson and Alley for first place. In the 8�th lap Oldfield, who had been driving a consistent race, was forced out by engine trouble. He had I tieen running in sixth place. Cooper gradually forged ahead of Carlson and' maintained the lead to Ithe finish. Features were the large number of minor mishaps and the absence of serious accidents. In the flnt lap Huntley Oordon struck g. railroad cross on the hack stretch and threw three tires simultaneously. The car was put out of. the race,- but Gordon and his mechanic escaped unhurt. Harry Grant, No. 1, was unable to start on account of & broken frame. Arthur Klein failed to cross the starting wire, his car balking and almo:;it wrecking other cars behind it; Calla-ghan, driving No. 10, crashed into a pole on the first lap and was wrecked. ' / Although six field hospitals and ambulance stations were maintained throughout the race, none were called upon. "Hie race was held imdfa: the auspices of Albahr temple, Mystic Shriners', of San Die^o. ED McGOORTY BEAT BILL . MURRAY AT MILWAUKEE Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 9.-EddieMc-Go�rty ot Ortikosh, earned last night a decision over Billy Murray of San Francisco in 10 rounds. He sent Murray down for the count of eight in the fourth round. McGoorty bad six rounds, Murray two and two were even. McGoorty took the lead in the "first round, driving home several telling lefts and rights to Murray's face and stomach. in the third session Murray drove a number of hard blows ,to McGoorty's face and kidneys. The round was Murray's by a big lead. The fourth opened slowly, but McGoorty BOon stepped Inside Murray's guard and drove two hard lefts to the face and stomach, putting Murray to the canvas for the count of nine. McGoorty failed to follow-up liis advantage and missed a chance to knock Murray down for the count. The remainder of the fight was slow, Murray taking the eighth by a shade and McGoorty having a big lead in the ninth. The fight was McGoorty's by a substantial lead. FOES PLAY FOOTBALL: GERMANY FORBIDS IT Berlin, Jan. 9, via London.-The German army authorities have issued � general order prohibiting in future troops in the field from fraternizing with forces of the enemy, as they did at several points In the ~western theatre of war at Christmas. To such an extent wiia this frater-nlziuir carried out that at one place where the Germans ind British played footban on Ghriatmaa Day, they wreed tp sunpend hOBtUities 'for two day* niore. � , ,  ' � LEMDGE BOYS LOST AT HAT BY ONE GOAL BIG SCORE BUT AN EVEN CON TEST-TIM DUNN WAS IN . EVIDENCE Medicine Hat, AHa... Jun. , S.-Too much Tim Dunn spelled tite defeat of tba Lethbridfe hlcker team here tonight. The Bcere ended 13 te 12, and Dunn's defensive power and chargBig ability gave Medicine Hat the vlctoiy in the last of the three 29-mlnute per^ iods played. At the end of the fiHt period tha score stood 2 to 3, and the end of the second period found the score 7 to 6 in favor of Ijetbbrldge. Theii It was nip and tuck to the fin-Ueh, with 'j: Turcotte of Lethbrldge and Dunn of the Hdttera Standing out with their brlMlant work. A bumper crowd watdbed tlii� came and they were well satisfied with the proceedings. W. eimpeoA of L�thl>rid�e was kndcked In the first ten mlndtes of play, and the 'Hat dropped a man, making It etx a side. The game was fa�t and clean, though a number of players were burt In the enthusiasm of the play. The Lethbridge team lined up as follows: L. Turcotte, goal; May cock, point; Smith, coverppint; Manuel, rover; Turcotte, centre; Monaghan, right wing; Simpson,.left wing. iManuel took Simpson's place when the latter was hurt. COAST-TOCOAST RACE Sporting Man and Scribe in Auto Contest Long New York, N.Y., Jan. 9.-A coast-to-ooast automobile race for a >5000 wager, was arranged here today between Raaul Le Mat,. well-known In New York sporting circles, and Stanley .lames, a former Washington newspaper man. Both are attending the auto show. The men will start from New York next Saturday over the Uncoln highway route to Kansas City, and thence over thie Santa Fe route. The race will be decided on actual running. PUGILIST DIES FROM RING INJURY AT SEATTLE Seattle. Wash., Jan. S.-Ludwlg An-derscm, known in pugilistic circles as Jack Newton, is dead here, as the result of a pugilistlo encpunter with Uce Cohen. Death was caused, by a ruptured blood vessel in the head. Cohen was arrested, also the officials in connection with the bout, which took place Friday night before the Pacific Athletic club. Anderson's death, said to be the first boxing fatality in this state, put a damper upon the propoeal to ask the legislature, which convenes Monday to authorize 10-round bouts in Washington. PROTEST AGAINST LANQFOBO-MeVEY BOUT Kenosha, Wis., Jan. 9.-Protest against the staging of a lO-round boxing contest between Sam lAUgford and Sam McVey, negro heavyweiglit pugilists, here on nest Friday night, will be made to the state boxing commission by city officials, it was announced today. A. Xi. Drury, district attorney, and Owen O'Hara, chitt of police, said they would attempt to overrule the permit granted by the boxing commission. SMITH TO MEET MORRIS St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 94^-GUnboat Smith of California and Carl Morris of Sapupa, Okla., are - matched for an eight-round bout at >St. (Louis on January 26', according to an announcement here tonight. This 'will '4>e' the first heavyweight fight seen in St. Louis in yean. : . BOXING IN WISCONSIN SUCCESS Milwaukee, Wis.; Jan. 9.-^d�xihg In Wisconsin under itatemguUtions has been a success ~ and ^'the  commonwealth has; profited more, than be congratulated on the successful issue. The particulars of the contest, with the names of the rinks and skips, are given below: Round I Scotland .No. 3 (J. Balrd). 1.0; jVlan-itoba (W. C .Briggs), 2. Ohtaric, No. 2 (J. A. Struthers), 10: Ireland No. 1 (R; G. Mathews), S. . Ireland No. 2 (Rev. J. White) 10; Scotland No. 2 (J. N, Callie), 6. ' Round II. Granum (D. N. Leydeii), 9; Pearce (W .Stewart), 7. England No. 1 (A. Young), 10; Maritime ProviuceB (T. A. Murray), 9. Canada No. 4 (C. McGladdery), U; Canada No. 1 (D. J. Campbell), 9. Ontario No. 1 (P. McRae), 10; Alberta (Dr. A. H. N. Kennedy), 6. Canada No. 'A (A. B. MacDonald), 6; Canada No. 5 (A. MacDonald), i. Scotland No. 1 (H.O; McLean), 5; England No.. 2 OF. Morris), 4. Scotland No. 8 (,T. Baird), 12; Canada No, 2 (M. E. Grey), 6. Ire'iand No. 2 (Rev. J. White), 9: Ontario No. 2 i.T. A. Stnithers), 7; after a tie. ' Round III. Granum, 12; Klagland No. 1, 6. CJanada No- 4, 12; Ontario No. 1. i. Scot'iand No. 1,10; Canada No. 3, 8; after a tie. Ireland No. 2, 11; Scotland No. 3, 7. Semi-Flnal Canada No. 4, 11; Granum,'?. Ireland No. 2, 10; Scotland No. 1, .9, Finul Canada No. 4, (C. McGladdery), 10; Ireland No. 2 (Rev. J. White), 6. . SCHOOL . HOCKEY MATCH Westminster school took a fall out of the Central school ihookoy team on Saturday. A 12 to 1 drubbing was administered to the Centralltei. ICE SOFT AT AUDITORIUM �-; There will l)e no skating at the Auditorium Rink tonight, on'�cco\int ot'Mft.icf!. ',.?.�.,'"-r./i E SATURDAY FIXTURES .. Eighteen Minutes' Overtime Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 10.-After one of the most sensational games since the expansion of'the National Hockey association,-the champion Torontos lost out to the Ottawas by a score of 2 to 1, at the local'arena Saturday night. The game, which was brl'Ulantly fast at all. stages, and featured by wonderful defensive "work on Iboth sides, went 18 minutes, over time. Nevf�y^1.ilonde in Game 'Montreal/ Q\i*ii,v,tan. 10.-After playing six minutefi a'nd 45 seconds overtime, the : l^anderers won from the (Tahadiens at. ttielr .flrut meeting this season by a score of 5 to 4 last night. Baker tied the. score shortly before the call 6f. tlmey and Sprague Cleg-horn scored the winning goal for his team on an .Individual rush. The game was one of the most spectacular played at the local arena in some seasons. Five Minutes Extra in Toronto Toronto, Ont., Jan. 30.-Victory after five andone-halE minutes of overtime was Ontnrlos' reward for their hard work on Saturday In the N.H.A. game at the arena. The score was 3 to 2, Both teams resorted to heavy checking, and although play 'was strenuous,there were no. flagrant offences. ENGLISH CUP MATCHES London, Jau. 9.-Following are the results of English football .first rouml tie cup results plhyed on the grounds of the first named olub : Westham United 2, .N'ewcastle United 2, South Shields 0, Fulham 1. Bury 1, Plymouth Argyle 1. Liverpool's, Stockport County U. Middlesbor'ough 9, Goole Town 3. Blackpool 1-, Sheffield United 2. Derby County 1, Leeds City 2. Queens P^rfc Rangers 3, Glossop 1. The Arsenal.a, Merthvr Towti. 0. Burnley a, Huddersfielrt Town 1. Bolton Wanderers 2, Notts County 1. Everton.- 3,, Barnsley. (i. Croydon Common 0, Oldham Athletic 3. Bristol City 2, Cardiff City 0. Darlington 0, Bradtord City 1. Bradford 1, Portsmouth 0. Birmingham 2, Crystal Palace 2. Chelsea 1, Swindon Town 1. Hull Cltv l,-iM?eBt Bromwich AVoiioh 0. � ' � Sheffield Wednesday 1, Manchester United 0. Grimsby Town;;.0, Northampton 3. Swansea Town 1, Blaclsburn Rovers 0. . � . Preston Northond. 0, Manchester citro. : >': � Rocliedale 2, Gillingham 0. MUlwall Athletic 2, Clapton Orient 1. Southampton 3, Luton Town 0. Brighton and Hove Albion 2, Lincoln City 1. Notts J'orest Norwich Citv 4. Bristol Rovers-South End United, postponed. Tottenham Hotspur 2, Sunderland 1. Aston Villa 3, Exeter City 0. Scottish League Glasgow, Jan. 9.-^Following ai'e the results of ScottisCi �ea�ue football games played today on the grounds of the first-named clubs: Alberdflenl, Ayr United 1. Airdrieonians 1, Hibernians 'J. Ctfltic 6, Parties Thistle 1. Rangers 1, Clyde 2. Diimbarton 3, Queen's Park 0. Dundee 1. Falkirk 0. Hamilton Academicals 5, ^t. Mir-ren 2. .Hearts 1, Mortou 0. Kilmarnock 3, Ralth Rovers 1. Third Ijiainnrk L Motherwell 0. Northern Union League Wakefield 22, Batley 2. Leeds 21, Widnes 7. IDramley 2, Hull 12. Dewsbury 22, Bradford (i. York 7, HunslefS. .Salford 3, St. Helen's 9. Huddersfleld 23, Oldham 3. Warrington 4, Barrow 2. Kingston Rovers c, Leigh 5. Wlgaii 62, Broughton.Rangers 0. Runcorn 0, Rochdale Hornets 7. Keighley 7, Halifax 7. Germans and Turks Suffer Naval Losses Km TONIGHT mm TONIGHT Grand Three Reel War Story \_ 1 Terrific 1 Battles 1 On 1 The 1 High 1 Seas THE BATTLING BRITISH Rule Britannia, Britannia Kule-s The Waves ill addition lx>''The Battling- Britisir' tJicre is also to he seen at StarJand Tonight tho twelfth instalment of "The TreyO' Hearts." Jii-ditli., lashed to the hack of a runaway iiorse, Is (.'aixied. at a mad i)ace into the desert. Tiie storm and rescue scenes are without exception the most exciting scenes yet shown in. any serial. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE "On the Alsne and in tlie Cham-lagne as far as Rfeims there have ;>3en artillery exchanges. From Reims to tlie Argonne our artillery .bombarded the first line trenches of the ens-mj'and the shelters of the reserves. In driving back the counter-attacks referred to in last night's communication wc made progress and gained 200 yards in trenches. "To the north of Beausojour the enemy made a de.sperate effort to recapture the line which they had previously lost. Countcrr-attacks were delivered with energy. In each of them, two battalions were engaged, the second advancing in close- formation. Each attack was carried on with determination, but each was repulsed. "In the' .4rgonno there were some few small engagements and our front was maintained. Between the Mense and the MoBsele the day passed calmly. In the Vosgcs there was a licavy tall of snow. A machine which unreels ribbon, eews it in place and outs it oft automatically wh^n a hat has been trimmed has been Invented nie tarm?rsi.iiiay.. not -wish to aPPlyTfor irrigatipii"^yat&'Ior''all the acreage; they own," ,?syci; request that the' charges to' individual farmers for construction and inaintenance be payable only for the acreage for which they: apply tor Irrigation water." �� ' � . Mr. W. J. Lloyd spoke htiefly, stating that the best argmnent lay . on the other si'de of the river, where in the Lethbridge district fanners had made a success of irrigation for years. He .estimated that irrigation increased a farmer's revenue fourfold. Mr, C R. Daniel spoke next, endorsing irrigation in the highest terms. He had been in the Lethbridge irrigation helt for 10 years, and liked it better every year. Mr. Ben James, another successful irrigator, told of his' experience, stating that: he had purchased land in the Lethbridge district for $20. The sellers thought they-'had �handed him .1 lemon, but nowtliey' were goihg around telling their friends how^hey had given the land away: "to- give him a start," 'and aire 'thethselyes now the largest' irrigators itt the cbiint'ry, watering some . 2200' acrfl.s, of hay land. ' Chas. Hyssop "was called - upon, tut declined to enter Jnto'any argument, because he didn't'believe'.any. existed ."We are wasting time talking," he said, "Any one ot you dry farmers can cojne over to ihy fairm and spend a ;week, and I'll, .show you. You seem to think we are, all real estate sharks with something to sell you, Coiiie on rover and' see what we've done, ' and - you'll understand why we,\yant� you to get the water:" The remaining speakers were coni-pollod: to postpone their addresses, as the train was due at this juncture, hut. they'hope to be able to pay Noble a'notlicr visit, and Barons a visit, soon, when. thH question can.be: more thoroughly threshed out. Chas, Kane, "the dry land alfalfa seed expert, G, Kerr, -N, B, Han-nuin, H, E, Micbach and others from Lethbridge attended the meeting. Mr. Hunt of Noble, presided, and, the schotilhouso was crowded with interested farmers. 1 EMPRESS _ JKm^ BEAUTIFUL FAMILY THEATRE 9^i^ ISC Thahhbuicr'f Crelit��t Photoplay TONIGHT The Fourteenth Installment Lucille Love The Girl of Mustery ONLY ONE MORE chapter after this one. Next Monday and Tuesday Lucille will visit us for thc last time ^ | and she will introduce the cmost wonderful girl ever- �The Fiction Child of>'the master brain-"Harold; M'cGrath" ' -the girl with the mystic ; power. i4MI9 M iaMn�t' Her name is "THE BATTLING BRITISH" AT STARLAND TONIGHT You can see it at Starland ^today, the great three-reel "Mado In England" feature, entitled "The Battling British," This extraordinary attraction shows terrific battles- on the high seas, the deadly peril of a man-o'-war's man, also many other thri'Uing and interesting scenes, which keep the spectator Iteyed up to a frenzy of excitement. You see Admiral Nelson on his. death bed "in his hour of victory, having paid with his- life the price of our being able to say with pride, "Rule Britannia, Britannia Hules the Waves," . iri addition to this grand war-tlmo story, there is also to be seen at Star-land" tonight, one ot the most heart-gripping lopisbdes of that wonderful �serial story, "The Trev o' Hearts." Taking all in all, tonight's feature programme at Starland is one of the best entertainments ever' ofiered in Lethbridge, STORY NEARING ENb AT THE EMPRESS The story ot "Lucille'L,ove"'lsnearr ing Us end at the Emress Theatre, This thrilling aud beautlfuMo'vO/S'to-ry is truly the story ot m beautltuj and brave girl's fight tor lovp ,ana:;honor. In all her adventures With h^r'eiremy, LoubouguB, Lucille has bcen\'as not the fault oi the latter,, A novel bumper.to" stop railroad cars is made . of a: seties of curved elevations over which. the wheels pass to ,reduce their .speed, the;last; one being high; enough to halt thom.' A .receutlyi-Invented watch is provided with -an,: iHiterchangeable set of havo-raade- a mistake, having- her released from jail. Next 'week "Lucille" will make hor .last appearance in' Lethbrld.ge, and will introduce to you her successor, "the girl ot the inystlo power." This Is the greatest, biggest, and by far the most sensational. story ever published. Remember the dates, January IS and 19,^ and'her name Is "Zudora." SEE DYING WIFE Pans. Jiin, 9,-A dispatch from Copenhagen to the Temps says that Count de Buisseret, the Belgian minister at, Petrograd, on learning that his wife was seriously ill at Brnsselsr went to Stockholm, and asfce^ the Kaiser, through the American Em-bassy* for. permission to go to .Brusr. sels. The'.Kalser refuse^l.^j. ; Count do Buisseret ;w,en;t;i)p don, where h�f learned-^ -'was dead. GOOD ICE AT ' tr ' The People's Rink OPEN AIR. Skating Afternoon end Evening. NO SKATING ~ -at- AUDITORIUM BINK , TONIGHT ' ICE SOFT "II Britain Replies to U.S. j ; .CONTINUED FROM FRONT PA^ can-government's contentions, points'.;., out ,tho--diffii!ulties in; actual practlcef * refers 'to ;alleged, fraud'ulent..praticeifr byi'shippers, and cites-statistics snowWi liig. � an ' increase, .rather than; a dpv crease;; In . certain neutral rcotomercai- > in support of-Great-Brltl^n's'suspio./ ions that-.Germany and..Aus,Jrta;havo; rbeen indirectly obtaiulng'"contraband.'r through-neutral countries. , ' ,, . -Tne; notei promi5eB,\.ho.wev6r>- Vthat.rr ,Great, Britain. will, mako- redress -, whenJ: ever the action of the British"- fleet may unintentionally exceed the limits ot International law," .-'v;..,- AMBASSADOR. IN CONFERENCE Washington, Jan. 11,-The British.:-ambassador. Sir Cecil Spring-Ri�v, had separate conferences today with.''.' Secretary Bryan, Counsellor Lansm&i^ and Solicitor' Johnson;at'the staiifi'-' department. He told Mr. Bryan .'^it;.;.' would be several days hefqro'thefiiUi.v British reply to which the nbties; re^rti ccivcd yesterday is preliminar.yjij^.oulak; be delivered' at Washington. . --._-.At^.j^f � : ^� * ? ? * ^.i.^.^. ? .Eiyi'pEN CAPTAIN IN ^WALE? -r- � ' > . london,..- Jan.;.,;,j^^ji^^ . in'. Muller,;.:commwaSwS ^ n <;rpl�^T Explain. lie V $4000 �f 09 73 ;