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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LB TH B ft ID G ED AIL Y HE R ALD OUT COAST FIGHTER WEETS WATER LOO AT HANDS OF FRANK CAULAHAN OF MEMPHIS Memphis, Toim., Jan. 19.-KtanVie Callahan, liehtweight of Brooklyn, knocked oat Joe RivierB o{ Los A&itft-l�s in the B�cond round ot what was schodulad to have herai an eight-round bout.hene last night. Rivers outboxed Callahan in the lirst round and landed sevmral times Bt closo quarters, hut with ^little et-icct. In the iieisohd loiind, Callahan took ithe aggressive, and n*ar the middle of the tjjuiid,,ended thfi bout with a tightswing to the jjaw. It was several minutes before Rivers revived suflicientiy to leave the ring. Both men made the feq,uired weight; 13.3 poimds at 3 o'clock. Except for a brie! period in the secoDd round, Rivers forced the fighting,'Callahan taking two blows to the head and bodr without � �turn, apparently waiting tor the opportunity for. a knockout, which came after four minutes ot fighting. When the blow was delivered, Rivers wai settling; himsclt after a clinch, Callahan's rl^ landing squarely on the ]aw as he turned. Callahan is virtually a newcomer cs a fighter, while Rivers, although ' he lost championship battles to both iV'olgast and Ritchie, was still r*-garded as a^ contender. for the light*-weight title. mm MAY GRAB 11 Calgaiy AlbertAri:' iliilrk. R�d�l of T�b�r has Weii thiJIMM |iric� Top the week mditik JMitBry 1% in The AlberUn' Football Competition. That le,ir:'Uio>(>ld Country papore do not ari'i?(l^/i�rlth rootitto any differont to thOio wh/crf op. poored In The AlboHioh ori Mon-risy. .,! �� ^:. I^oon eorroetr�4al^'ln:� eon-toot llko that of laoiywOik ii pretty good golrtg, and Mr*. Redol lo to_bo eonaratulotodt ahovhU boon in the competition for a lonH time, and both oho" and hOr hu�-band appear to know .i|ulto~a bit about tho game of, football; The namo of >Rodel himoolf oppoaro in the "also rano." im AND WtLE lilS ID MEXICAN OENERAL THREATENS TO STOP PROPOSED FIOHT "AT^'^'JUAREZ , �. >Jew York, Jan. 19.-Accordmg to dispatches received in New York today. Jack Johnson is going to find the way,(t� .JAW MAPLE LEAFS 14^6 ' Moose Jaw, .Jan. 19.-In the most spectacular hockey game ever seen in this city Moose Jaw Maple Leafs overwhelmingly defeated Regina, 14 to 6. It was a brilliant eiihTbitiOn Ot Uie national winter pastime. Hie local team with one change on the forward line-Law replacing McDonald-showed surprising strength aitd completely outplayed Regina in all departments. Owing to the fact that the Regina-Moose Jaw game play�d at Regina .on the 8th instant has been thrown out on a protest, Melville and Regina are now tied for first place. THE STANDING W. L. Regma..................................... 4 3 Melville.........................4 2 Moose Jaw.....................1 5 To he replayed: One, game between Regina and Moose Jaif. ..., CtlESS CLUB HAD QOOD SESSION LAST NIGHT will clear up yam arine-neutralize nric ectd-^isa^ve stone in tlie Slhd-der or Kidneys-stop the puin in Uie back:-and cure all Kidney and Bladder Trouble. �Ue. a box, 6 for $9.60. Trial treatment free if ycni write National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. tu Tournament Gamoo Played - Six Tabloo Brought Into Play . A good muster of chess plsiyora mot last night at tho new hoadquartero of the't�thbridKO Chess dub; changed from Room 216 to Bietmi 101, Sherlock Building, the accomiAodation here being more convenient.' Ono dr itwo nawcomors- put in 'their aTPoaranee; and enrolled theinielTOs aa iboRibon. Tournament gameo were fn-ptogrooo and 'were keenly conteatod, six tables being brought into oommtsaian. From the interoit'and enthusiasm displayed, it was evident tbat the Chess club has cemo^toatay in Loth-bridge, and it win not be long before the city wlir he represented in outside toumamonts. Bi-Woekly meetings, Tuesday and SaturdAy, at,8 p.m., have been arranged. � '..... _i^-ji_, �' CANADIAN CURLERS WON ' Duluth, Minn., Jan. 19,-^The v only Canadian entry in ;tho northwestern bonspiel, that of W. Yj Montgomery cf Port Arthur, won bdth games in the preliminaries yesterday. . In th� 8L Paul Jobbers'. ev.ent, Montgomery defeated Art Hoene'a strong Duluth rink 10 to 9 in an exciting finish. With the score tied 9 .and 9 in the twelfth, he made a beautiful draw to the house which gave him one and the game. Montgomery is playing steadily. In the Duluth Curltag, cSub entry, the Port. Arthur curlers had no .trouble defeating. Thomas'McGllIivray of Duluth by a score of 9 to Hj^: - 'Seventy-five rinks from various parU of-the United States .iind Canada Jiave been enterod for the spiel, MONARCHS DEFEATED RIVALS IN 'PEG HOCKEY LEAGUE Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 19>-The Mon ardis redeemed-'tirotaselves in the eyes of their supporters here toalglit, when for the second time this season they defeated the Wlnnlpegs in a senior league game. The score was 10 to 8, and it Just about represents Uie merits of the teami. the Winnipegs comtng'trombeliind in the seeondi period and evened up the oount'at 8 to 8, but the ohampions; came through with two- goals near the finish, and"held their two-goal lead. . E? NOT VERY BADLY ! New York-"Broke ? Nothing !" declared George Monroe apropos of Jack Johnson to-day. George just arrived from Europe. ".Xack shipped two motor cars, a 'man,' a secretary and a trainer to Buencp Ayres, so he can't be So awfully on his uppers. - "Besides, 1 personally know of ,12 Americans to whom .Johnson gave passage money so they could { home from the other side when the" war struck. He made good money in London music halls until, the .war depression killed the halls' business. 'Johnson I told me with a sober face that President Poincare asked Jaini to go to the front. " 'Sure, M'sure President,' says Johnson, 'but niy terms arc 150,000 francs, win, lose or draw !' "Johnson has saved his money and much of it is invested in Paris. Don't you ever believe he ever swam in champagne or did anything so foolish. "And, except for age, he'll face Wil-lard in as fine shape as he did Jeffries at Reno. Willard has youth, weight, reach and height in his favor-but Johnson has experience and confidence-unlimited confidence." eOYieiERGETS I SAM'S OK Winnipog, Man.-Wh;ie slaudlng talking to some friends Sunday night In the :iC.quaIlfied to play. the winner of the Banks-Jordan contest in the finals for the American championship. London,  .I�u. 19.-South Shields men, members of the crew of the steamer Newbridge, which played an important part in the "bottling up" of the commerce raider Konigsberg in the Rufigi.River, German East Africa, Iiad interastjJig e.snerlenees. to relate -When they reached England a few days ago. Wheh the Kouigsberg 'was located by the British squadron Bhells W�re rained: upon her. Tho Newbridge .was! utili^e'^to^i^lock the entrance to the rlvei'ijAnd the Shields men were ordered aslibt'e, the Newbridge being manned.by. naval men. The vessel which had coal aboard, was sunk by three"char4^*of guncotton*placed in the hold. Two .other vessels were sunk besides'the Newbridge, blockin.?; �the. navlgA^leiJchannel, and imprisoning, thfbKonJOTJjerg...... While thO/inaval men were returning- to. their,',, ship, the .Kouigsberg crew openedjjire upon them,; and the coxswain. I.of,.V:ja steam launch waH struck/ by. .a d,um-dum ; bullet, passing right throughMs body,'ltilling'him irt-stantJy. . Anop^r .coxivifaih was killed by a bullet piercing: his temple. - -T- LOCAL CHECKER .TOURNEY , . There' is a godd, entry!list for the checker tournament which wIU- be commenced at tho Y.M.G.A. this evening. Checker players of the city are Invited to participate. H. McG. Young is receiving the.entries. ; FIFTY-FOUR OARSMEN ENLIST' Vancouver, B.C:, Jan. 19.-At the annual meeting of the Vancouver, Rowing club, one of the most powers (ul amateur organizations on-the-Pacific coast, the announcement- was: made that 54 members, including members of the champion crews, have enlisted for active service. Twenty-six members: are now on- Salisbury Plain with the first contingent, and the remainder 'will go forward with the next contingent. This is a record of which few athletic organisations in Canada can boast. : GOOD PUNCH GOOD FOR A GIRL'S TEMPER; ALSO MAKES THEM-YOUNG If y ou, aic a dainty - debutante and Bome one'sllbuid hand' you. a. . Jight ho�Jk to the poiht of * your. beautiful retrousse nose would you become aa-gi-y� II you are .a'matron, Bomewliat obese, fair, and-er-^,well, 88 - your las;| birthday, do you suppose you tomy throe :d6gross cast of the tioPic of Capricorn ? ^ De Witt Van Court, -the Toteran ins'truotbi' oC-.hoxing.at the L'os.>"!An-geles JVthlet'iq � club, 'jihough neither^ a dainty debutante; nor, a fair ^matron, ans^vcrs no to the first .questibn: and yes to tlie second. . � ... "A course in boxlBig for girls," he says, "is the best. tbingMo the'world to cure and prevent bad temper; hysterics, and a "catty' dispoAition."' �: He ffoes iuitber andsayv.ttiat a,(ew three round goesyfietween;'^ matrons, both-ladies memberil -of,-this,clubr'will make them .lookjyounjger ;aiid 'mUoh more attractive-proytdipg ^you Ilk? sparkling .black' eyes:, ,, And then there, is the old arRUment that a knowledge ot the art' of self-'defense is-as valuable to ^'omen' as to men. Van Court says- that; he has, in-strubted .many:.woipen"ib^boxin'g "anfls that his statements are based on ao-itual experience. WELSH CANCELS FIGHT DATE New York; II.Y.,'Jan. 19.-"I'm man-,: aging a ]ight>relght, not Bddle Mcr Goorty," wrathfuUy exclaimed .-Harry PoUok, director of the destinies'of Freddie -Welsh today, as he indited a telegram to a Pittsburg fight club, cancelling Welsh's date there with "Red" Robinson. Pol'lok had just received a wire stating that Robinson-wanted to weigh in at 148 for his match with Welsh. GILBERT GALLANT TAKES COUNT IN THE FOURTH Bridgeport, Conn;, .Ian. 19.-Sam, Robidoau of Philadelphia knocked out' Gilbert Gallant of Boston in the'fourtli round of their sche'duled. 15-round match here tonight. 'They; are ligtt-*| weights. ONTARIOS CHANGK. NAME 'Montreal, Que.,s Jan; 19.-rl'V.hnounoe-ment was made today; by N.SiA. officials . that "Ontarioa", .(Toronta),'a.t tho N.H.A., \vil,l lusai^saM^kaown as "Shamrocks." ^ifl|��tfyWoi^;�he change in name 'v^i$iv^^t' the 'association's . meeting fHcit'e last night. : TWO HEA'b8'>'-FALL , Montreal, Que,, Jan, 19,-7t-Two, play-, ers ,on the Canadiens' ;hockey, diib, Scott and, Jette,;were ireleased today bysManager .George :Kennedy.^'lM^ey; are now free.^lances,- itvis ^ understood.-' FAMOUS PLAVERS AT EMPRESS Today and tomorrow the Famous Players will be at," home at the Empress Theatre; These pictures are released through thb Paramount Picture Co.-and are the bestTblg features obtainable.-I'The Aftermath," the pre^ sent feature. Is,*: an exceptionally strong story, featuring Virginia Pearson and rOwen Mctjore, in..thc, leading roles. Irfctl^ case of "The Chocoia^te Soldler.^f,- sK^mmm J (>0 TONIGHT ^4 ^' TONIGHT A Poetic Blend of Romance and Adventure IN TWO PARTS ^Fm0 Days A'comedy%r>^Ma that is sure.to �-vv .please: you _____ _ % >SHE GE{rS'$500O' BUT- T,HAT,il8,|Jl'T' ^'^'^'^ .s..^ .-A.^ERMNtf COME^�^:;^' V ' ^^^MMtisic by the Stated 6^ 13'. <;�,*. i :4:-'<'f'e�t|irli#~IK