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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETHB|SI ?  * big bout in' mexico, mishap provided;; for New YorTt, ^.Y., Jan, 18.~ iShould .less Willard meet with un accident beforei'his 'hig fieht with Jack" .Tohnson at, fuarez, MarcTi 6, hi* place will he taken by Gunboat':Smith. JaclfCurloy, manager of the big mill, arranged today to hare Smith on hand ready to Jump In at a moment's notice it Willard is unable to fight. A suhBtltute will also be bunted �5 for Johnson,^ although his name has not yet been, announced. SHUGRUE WANTS CHANCE AT WELSH OVER LONG KOUTE New Yoi-lv, Jan. 18.-it = is tlie inr tention of I'ete Fitzgerald ^ manager of Joe Shugrue, to force Freddie Welsh into a decisicu contest with his charge. FitBgerald, to show his sincerity in the matter, wii) post a ihOW forfeit with a prominent sporting man of New York, the money to go as - a guarantee to make any weight Welsh mav narac.�-nd a like' amount will be post&d as a side hct providing the contest is for twntv rounds, or more.; "ShuRrue is more'entitled to the match with the champion than, any other man in that division," said Fitzgerald tonight, "and bis victories over. Welsh and White at - the Grarden are certainly enough evidence that he is the most formidable of the contenders." frank patrick says "no surrender" to hated easterners Vancouver; B.C., Jan. iS.^Frank Patrick, president of the i�acifie Coast league, stated today that he would under no consideration discuss a compromise with the N.H.A. in the Smith case. "We put it up lo the arbitrator witli the consent of all parties, and under the agreement were expected to accept his award. The NJH.A. violated the agreement, when they refused to part with Smith and the coast league will stick by Its guns and conduct its own affairs In future," declared the coast ofiidial today. BOUT AT MONTREAL MQjjtreal, Que., Jan. 18.-Johnny 'Lore, "the fighting Irishman" from Now York, defeated Max Lustig, also from the United States metropolis, in a ten-rouud bout hefore the Canadian Athletic club. I^ore outpointed Lustig in five rounds and i fought a draw in two.  The others were conceded to Lustig. Both toen fought hard, hut clinched and closed in-freciuently. Lore, in stand-up boxing, had the edge, but when they closed Lustig had the advantage. They are light-, weights. The Federal League Claims to Have Oraganization Worth $3,000,000 CHICAGO BASEBALL MANAGER DENIES TRADING PLAYER FOR HUNTING DOG'^MERELY A GIFT ROGER BRESNAHAN : . (Roger Bresnahan, manager of the Chicago Nationals, is charged by the Federal League (before the United States courts with ibartoring a baseball player for a hunting dog. Bresnahan.'denies . the charge and says the dog was a gift and was not taken in exchange for player Hopper. Hopper, it appears from iBresnahan's evidence, originally owned > tiie dog. tout it was secured from him %y Manager Kinsella of the Sprlngfleld. 111., club. Kinsella handing over the dog to Bresnahan as a gift tor � a:.good turn the Chicago manager had done for Kinsella in whipli Hopper 'figured. W FINAL IN'I BE STAGED IN LOND FIRST TIME IN TWENTY - ONE YEARS OUTSIDE OF SOUND OF BIG BEN Bombardment Seems Eutile Eondon, Jan; 18.-For the lUst time in ai years the final for the English cup will not be played in the metropolis.The fact will roh the -concluding event of the greatest of all English soccer struggles of- much of its glory in the way ol - spectacular interest, for which the final match, whioh meajit, the",ringing downNpf the curtain on football lot anotlterNsea-son, was associated 'many . happy, memories of Crystal Palace and-its. Burrtmdings. On account of the cheap transportation from all parts of Great. Britain iind the continent-for-one day of the year at least-all-roads CONTINUEDJpgqM FRONT PAGR the provincial govfcrnment $25, insurance, and.-.he did net sec why they should alsd^pay the city, pointing out that in court of this nature would, be similar to 'the re-, cent moving iJieture theatre license 54,case, iu which city lost 'out. NO CdNNIVING'-'". r The Ohildren's ^eltcr came in for considerable discussion. The govern- The Best and the Final Instalment of , . Lucille Love The Girl of Mysterj". 8ae,thi9 beautiful ending ot a prettyi Love Story. Also t!iP Plrst Episode of the Greatest Story ever told by'; the tfeV^, Movies: Kid^HE LIFE OF ZUDORA. i CI^I "^"^ MIRROR W b.�h�� �b. in Zudor.. Th�W. . * r'lGTulutPhotoplay j.Vwo Famous Kayttone Comedies. idl,_Yi _ M*rgu*rite Snow ai Zudora in Zudorti Thinboutei's Createit Photoplay 1 EMPRESS i - JbMH The Home of The Famous PlayerisB^M^r jsbb Wednesday and' Tbiirsday " The Afteimath " Four Parts. This is the Second of the-Fatttoiis-PIayers t'o-be'show^ this Theatre. These pictures are the famous Paramount Pictures, Keystone Coiftedies TonigM Keystone ' Comedies Tonight Medical Health Officer Says Many Parents Wish Their Children to Contract Measles CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAttE ment compels eyery city of lO'OOO or over to main a children's shelter, and a probation otllcBr, and as ',the recent census, showed the population otl-ieth-hridge to he lO.WOfithere is no way of getting out of it. Dr. Conybeare said he would lilcc" � tV s'ee the city priiried down to below 10;000, biit" the .mayor reniinded hiiri'that this would be conniving. ' The assessment department was-the J ____.-�v..., *o receive a shell of fire, but the led to'Londoji--many w'ho ^We ^not i pnly/te'tn questioned was that of "How much money has been invested in the Federal league as it stands, today ?" was a question put to Pre-Bidont Griliuore of the Federal lea- �KUC.. . ^  , . , V "Oh, I should roughly estimate the. fjuances,' including parks, players and all tangible assets, such as experience, which came high, at $a,000,000;"; .vas his ansAVer. "Well, what is the ultimate ajm ot your contere-rs V" was another question aslted. "Recognition as a major league is what we are after," said Gilmore. �'Recognition with territorial rights. 1 always have tavorea peace, but I want to tell you, hoiies;tly, that there Mover yet has b�en the �slightest chance of a peace pact being signed. All that peace stuil just before the Omaha meeting was. tominyrort. "We are ready to talk peace, on our jtcrms-not organized basebands. Howr ever, wo are prepared to flgiht for our rights and I think we are.well equipped fox the battle. Wo have the finances and the fleM'*'^^' ai'^^'"*r^'^ later we will invaiie New York with a modern plant. There is more than one miUlonaire in our circuit. As I said, we have over $8,000;000 invested. Now, can you picture, in your wildest dreams, us,quitting 7 "BASSball is .a precarious business these days. I :bav.e.been told by or-(Canizcd baseball time without ntmi-ber that we are doomedii hut ^ I wouldn't* today . trade places 'with either o( the' sooalled major leagues. And some oftheir '.supcrftstions^-: are absolutely foolish,.....Withal the only thing said by an organizied baseball man lately that I heartily approve of is Schuyler /Britton'* suggestion.that .tlie organized b^eball parks be closed tor the coming season. Now, that �listens like good sense. Why should they close up ratlicr tlian face the light that's in front of them ? Thmk of how we would starve to death if all the. major league parks closed Just imagine no place .to go but the Federal league, with the pick' of two major .l^gues In its,ranks |" , , : Gilmore polpts "c.ut that tlie National-league has already started to retrench :by'llmitjngon ,wqh^�,ljjU "' """ " ' PRESIOENT^GILMORE Of Uie 'Federalv BaselbtJl . iie��ue, who oUliinSi a; �3,000,000 iiivestiment for his organisation, whlchivis now battl-inglwlth organized IbnaebanTr^Natlonal, American and Minor lieag-aes controlled toy the N�*i  followers of the game took advantage of the opportunity to see^'the hub-of the universe," , and joined iivith the 100,000 ot soccer sports to help mike a great time within the sound of/Big Ben. ShefTield and nianchester will telephones, Mr; Lloyd thought the' assessor could 'Use the treasurer's piione, and Or. Galbraith didn't jsee why the assessor needed a phone/ at all. The hoard ot health gc\fc the search- malce a boW attempt, to-have the h6n--jl'elit,ne.vt, but theprumnE hook still or of housing the Rreat event and per-, haps the well equipped Hrvhat he was talking about, or words to that effect. Mr. Johnston said he did Icnow what he- was talking aliout, and that the cluster lights on 13th strcc-t were out half the -night and- lit. half the day. Commissioner Reid said that the only place.the street ligliting could be curtailed with impunity, was on the cluster, lights on ,3rd avenue, Filth street, 4th avenue,-and in Gait park. They might bs cut in half, hut if other lights wore cut out, the citi-'icens would raise a howl. Those present at the meeting were: Messrs. G. R. Marnoob, A. J. Bla'ck-burne, Dr. Galhraith, A. Jolinston, Lewis Moore, A. Lamesfeld, I-l. Jow-ott, C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., A. M. Marsha^U, Wm; Lloyd, City Clerk Steven, City Solicaor Ball, and Commissioners H^rdie, praoe and Reid. The' j)cxt meeting'will. be held on Wednesday night. ' , . , Mayor 1-Iardic brought up the que-s-tionof taxing the church properties in "the city, as aisourcc of possible revenue",',receiving :>vconsidcrable sup-!port from v4nous .quarters. The niat-ter';was\discussed-at-length, but a decision was not reached. OLD COUNTRY .^RUGBY: SATURDAY'S GAMES Bath Canadian Battalion fi. Northern Union League Broughton Bangers 13, Wakefield Trinity 3..... ; , , > Halifax 32, Oldham (C ' Roohdale'Horjiets.Ji Dewsbury 0. Leigh 2,St. Hele4B-6. t' .;3;uaSleti-5,.HUadeTsfield 21. . -Batley H, Silford 3. ' Hull 47, Bram-ley; 0-Harr'owj.39,-Runej�|Ta 2. ' -AVlgan 45, Swjnton^O. a,j position - to favorably.' combat disease. We- are posisesscdr of.. ii ' buildiiig' handsome and . comfortable 'as_  far as vit t;nes. It is, hO^Vever, hardly up ' to. our requirements.: If was but of a scheme that will 'meet our needs. The present building is the maintenance building and the scheme provided the erection of two pavilionS; The linancial depression has so far prevented- �their erection!' At present I have butthe one building. I cannot conscientiously place two, or more difterent:and .>| jsearohing through ' the darkness tot ' any signs of ^ German advance.'Oth- % crs crouched behind parapets;.readv | ilor instant action.. t..;" ^ -pj : HEAR GERMANS TALKING "^^i f Amid pauses in the almost, inoess- ^" i^nt.din-otithe artillery flreHhey -could s pjiear the Germans, conver^jj^g (aad-,balir|�< ,iing water out of tlieir ^'trenches I Iscarcely- a' stone's throyvffiaway^s,* ,The artillery on botfi/gides!!5lcept-on ' during thejnight.An!i0C0-asional^ping--',j5.--i pong; of single" Jshots^told^Ot-'itHeXac-'Sa tivity oi snipers. Star shells foUIre-.-!^ :'quentlyv;alluminatinj;f,the'lines;5^ft,;;�-(} Several vtimes the Patricias ^eljeJ'-J|f iSfng the Germans,' ; were approaCjliJniB^^ "opened a rapid flre'.'intoi the darkner/.\li^ Here ,and thereialong, .vthe-i-'treriolieB' were rough tops of tarpaulins iot^a{--'\5 red paper ' benga^h -which.: some^s^flwlT ^to' 'escape the - tain.' 0,1?hers ^y'sre'.butiy-i 9 ;