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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday July THE LETHBRIPOE DMI.Y HERALD 7, FAST TIME TO ORIENT BY SIBERIAN ROUTE Billed for Monday Last, will be held at 2 o'Clock Program same as was to be held Monday, with one Matched Race added. Admission 25c. Children Under 12 Free Grand Stand Free SMITH JENNINGS, Managers WOLGAST DEFENDS HIS 1TTLE TODAY Joe Rivers Will Attempt to Wrest Lightweight Crown From the Champion at Struggle for Admission to Arena-Great Fight Los AngclfS, .lulj d "Ad champion lightweight pug- ilist, spent, the morning houri lodaj ease 111 his training camp within sight of the Ing Vernon arena, where jioarl) men struggled for the privilege of seeing ilab afternoon against ,Ioe Rivers, Ihe jo'mg I os insoles, Mexican Rivers, Ins eves'aglow with antici- Iiatioti, Remained at his quarters at Venice until an hour before the gong scheduled to sound shortly alter tw o o'clock tins1 afternoon II hq won, he said, lie w-ould be the first of the Lauji race to achieve the championship, .The formality of it w-as- said, was, delaved until the'little fighters arrived at thr Ecene aftei the las.1 preliminary Each camo'm on automobile crowd cd with towel Evungcrs and other camp followers f OP FOULING on pearance il was estimated C'arey had Wolgast was examined this morn- ing In several doctors and surgeons, all of whom stated that the wound jnadc when ho was operated on List f-'epleinbei no tromfle The champion, however, said he rx pected Riveis to plav for this sup- rosedl) weak spbt and both he and Tom Jones, his manager, told ".ft- the cast are here to attend out of the ring non.1 a butted 'phcnome had the same Vliel as the odds shortly before ring time weic still quoted at ten to six. KLVERS UNDERWEIGHT' Today's babtle is the first Rivers tias fought in the lightweight divi- sion A few months ago Be nulled twice with spiderv "Johnnie'' Ml- bane, the featherwciKhUtitle tjplder, at IPSS than 122' pounds A, short time ittei breakfast he weighed only a tew ounces less than the light- weight limit AIW OF FANS The championship battle in pros- pect brought out of I.os Angeles an aimv ot men Eight thousand at bargain counter division of the thrown on sale at JO do Long before the hour ot 10 the Huongs of July eieite- ment seekeri began to gather beiore ihe fight barn and they made n charge n the ticket booths. As soon as 'remoter Carey's men made their, ap- Where Was God When the Cyclone Struck? Come and think it ovar with me Sunday, evening, next. A. C. WATSON, Pastor, First Baptist Church Morning Subject: "A Good MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Biifgcr'a: Flnp Comedian Great things are, expected of Ham Bulger and his big supporting organ ization when this popular comediai comes to the Majestic theatre nev Friday and Saturday nights. "The Flirting Princess" contain: seventeen musical gemb of i suprno quality, which are slltc to be wins tied and hummed for weeks to conic "M> Heart's lionqtiet "do Back t (he Town Where You Were "My .lack 10' "Tell, Wet-in the Golden VNevet Choose a Girl .B'rrim He "I've Been Kissed i San ami 'Mr Moon, are numViered amongst the hits -Mortimer H. Sinsci, iimler whos able Direction "The Flirting Prin is presented, has sent the piec gathered in more than J30.000 before out' in a sumptuous and lavish man the lust prolunmarv boys entered the nfr, and everything has been done t ring Sportsmen of prominence Icom place it on a scale secoiul to none all over the west and several from Several dancing sensations have bee i todav 's introduced isco, i 'iat and 1 tior.., I' rancisco vestcrday in one boat load die Welch said Wol- gast "This Me'vican would not have dared to fight me if it was not for 1hc fact that he believed the tion weakened me "Hut I want to sav now that this fight won't no 12 rounds, and that throughout th( action o The and sect :th, ?00 fans arming from San ery arc .said to be ham some. crec lack of San ilimdrrds poured in piece. to watch ihr Mexican closely see that he did not hit foul in his anxiety to reach "the tender spot' "This is the first fight of anv con- iequercc I have had''since the night I went to the hospital the night be- fore the scVdulcd battle with Fred- DUFFY CAVE K. O. BROWN MUCH. WORST OF FIGHT Bufialo, July Duffy, of Lockport, had the better of Knockout Brown of New York, In ail but one round of a ten round bout before the Huflalo A C heie last night In the fifth Duffy closed" Brown's left eye and n the ninth opened up a two Inch gash In his cheek After that ho laced the New Yorkei uninerclfullv but failed to land a knockout punch Even in the' infighting, which Brown was supposed to excell, the fight, t no u rounus, aim uiau HJ-OWH w Hiev will take this jonng 'grener' lLockpoit boy had jll the better of it COALDALE .'uly J and Mri, I Suggitt left Mondjv to alt nd Calgary Fair. Peter.Wcgau from Seattle Hash spent last Weduesdav visiting his niece, Mrs. Alfred Haley Miss Lillian the trained nurse, who "attended Mrs. C. IK Pals, returned (o her home Wednesday in Lethbridge. Rev. and flirs. Gins Bishop arm cd hern Saturday .from ore guests of Mr. Shrumni. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOR FtmTIIT-H IM ORMATJON APPI.V TO Branch C G, K, Nourse. Mgr, Kcros, he Noith Atlantic, to the United btalos still brings the tiansit pciiod inililn that taken b) tho tians Pacific ,oute besides having the added ad lantago ot much moic fiequeiit ser- uce The Incwase In tho amount of I lout loag mill now going ,h} tho Siber Ian route has been so gieat that, slace the cost of sending mail by that loute Is gieater to tht Hong- oftlce than it Is to the all tea. aggregating '2 fiancs per 1 llo or ?193 gold per pound, there has, been a .decided change in Hongkong post office budget and tin sabject has caused considerable dis cuuion In the Hongkong legislative council Probablv -nine tenths of the originals of loiters from Hongkong builness men to the eastern United SUUes now go via Siberia, the seconds going bj the icute It Is significant tnttt while the leading American fiiins In eastwn United States dealing with China send re plies bv the same route, the great mass of American correspondence still comes bv the transpacific route, as in the loimci davs The advantage of the quicker route vaj of Siberia needs to be better appreciated in thf United States Quick Traveling Time The trans-Siberian route develop ment is a matter of world wide impoi tante While its fuithei betterment bv short-out, railway lines is planned and will doubtless soon realized present poisibllities have not been neglected and the tune of tiansit foi has constantly been shortened 7443 miles from London to Vlad ivortok is covered legillarlv In 11 davs The Journey fiom London to Japan by thiough trains, jiith coin plete sleeping and dining cars is mide ordinarily in 14 daji and less TJie trip front Pekln to London i! made in 12 days The trip from Lon don to Shanghai is made lisualls m II davs, and from London to Hong kong in about 17 davs The trips in the opposite direction are practical! upon the same schedule When the cut oft line irom the pres ent Kalgan railway line to the tiaus Siberian svstem at Watka is complet ed, the time from London to Pekin will be reduced to 1 1' das s in 110 the'trip "Mosco'w to Vladlvostol and Pekin was reduced bs five horns In 1111 the train de luxe was speede up so as to cover the route m on entne daj less With the complo'tor of piesent rallwav improvements n Manchuria the tlip to Jsnan will shortened two dais, adduction piob abls to be realized the coming smr mer At the same rate and with th Kiatka line complete ihe tlip horn Paris to Pekln will be inadD in eigh dass Even at present the servic bv rail to Central China and to Shang hai and coast ports bs steamer rail is far ihead of ans thing to be e pectf d bs the trans Pacific route now or indefinttelv in the futuie The present sen Ice icross Siben; is of practical importance to Amer can business men even dealing wit: Attacked b v. wonderful film The BlgnoBt Thriller ever offered in Lethbridge Feet HantfColored'FHm. qnicklv and anoie directlv. b> wa} Siberia to Hong Kong than bj trans Pacihc steamel, and of coime all the Chinese and Inpanese cities South Ohms, ind it should be util ed not onlj in malls to North an. Central China but to Hongkong a well TALKING 160 MILES BY WIRELESS PHONE MET AT WINDSOR- WED IN CHICAGO Chicago, July culmination of a romance begun ago at. Windsor Castle, England, came last night In the marriage on a lawn In Roger's Park o-r Alfred Duncan Mac- key, former .royal gardener for the late King Kdward and Miss Louiae C. House, who has 'been housekeeper in the York Tower of Windsor Castle Miss House arrived in Chicago only the day before the ceremony. Mr. Jlackey came to this 'country ten months ago and has since 'bought'a farm in Idaho, where the couple will make their future home. KILLED BY FREIGHT TRAIN Chatham. Ont., .July Thomas Babbitt, aged SS, assistant engineer of the Dominion Sugar Company, was killed by a Pern Marquette fiaight train at Waltucburs this morning. Long Newspaper Extract Sent Dll Anthem Sung from Brussels London Julj Announcenvenl comes from Rome of a successful ex penment m wireless telephonj over a distance of 100 miles More than a mon.h ago the wireless station on Vonle Mnrio In Itab succeadrd In sending 11 wireless telephonic message to the Island of Fonza i distance of aixtjhve miles recently, bs some improved method of transmis slon, this (listince was increased till OPPORTUNITY HARDWARE BUSINESS FOK SALE We hive foi silo the Hird ware business formeilj con ducted bv R r A Lolp of Bow islnnd, Uti The stock and fix lures amount .o about The stoie building is aUo foi sale on which we aie piepared to allow liberal terms The Town of Bow Island is rapldlv developing, and th'a Pont furn nlshes a splendid oportumty for anyone who wishes to en- gage In tho hardware business. The stock is well assorted and the business could in a short be built up to a large vol- ume The district Is a good one and draws trade from every dir- ection for mnny miles. Inspec- tion i-n-Hcd. The Inventory can be seen on the premises at Bow- Island or al our office Tor Piirticul i-s call on or ad dress. KENT SALTER Bank of Ottawa Building Winnipeg the message reached another wlretes station on Maddalena Islnnd and i is 'aid that the message was trans milled with such distinctness that long newspaper extract was hear and even i change in the voice rea ing was detected; The best previous lecoid t have been an experiment carried ou in the French nivv In November lit IreUeeu the bittleshins Tustice 111 Verite when conversations were ca lied on 01 era distance ot seventy fiv miles. Thiee jctirs earliei expeimients i wlieless telephoiv hid met with measuie of success in the Urills navs Messiges had been exchange between ships, anil bugle calls, for o ample had been reproduced at dl tances of eight to ten miles. But Ion distance conversa'tipus had-nqt ;bee found practicable; the instriimeni used were more responsive to muaica sounds V repoit appeared In Ihe electric1 periodicals last leir that message had been sent 'between Seattle an facoma, a distance of fortv miles, I the United but no detailed a count of the occurrence or the instr ments emploved had been publlshe A rurioslts in the transmisslop sound waves hfld bprn that oi sxjn ing dome bars of' God Save the. Kini from Brussels to Dnmlngham h wireless but this had been effect by an ingelliout kes board arrang nnitilted to praoticil use I to twelve months ago as n matt :of fact, the.only practical extensio: 'of wireless telephony had heen tho of transmitting musical sounds considerable distances, and spoki words to compsraiively small ones Before Mr, Marconi showed that the HARRY BULGER THE MUSICAL COMEDY SENSATION "THE FLIRTING PRINCESS" MORE NEW UNIQUE IDEAS ORIGINAL NOVELTIES MUSICAL GEMS v Thip Half a Dozen Othen Combined "Never Choose a Girl from Her Jack Been Kisied m Fruco, Atk the Heart's Egyptian Mummy "Tell Her In the Golden Moon" AND HARRY BULGER'S OWN PERSONAL "GO BACK TO TOWN" AND "WHAT US POOR GIRLS GO THROUGH" PIT mi t v-j> K-'WP T A-J Scene from "The'Flirting Princess" at the Majestic Theatre, Friday and Saturday July 5th and 6th lertylan W.IVPS, hitbeilo regarded nF iboiatoij curiosities, could be utll ed for sending signals, Sir JVIlllam Preece had tried the method of send ing wireless messages bj induced cur renls .1 good deil of A service of induced -iviietess com municltion was in aitual HFC b) the British post oirice foi some time bo een an island in the Bristol channel d the mainland Sii iltam Preeco oni> occisloi endea.oied to this method to send mesbages to h-e nd connecting parallel nlms of postal telegraph 8} stem from ni th tr south of England, ind for a shorter length from north to south of Iitland The r-xpeilment failed l the A SYMPATHETIC STRIKE Dunkirk rrnnre fulj nn ot the dockers of this pott struc'v vvork toilny In the icamsn whri have been on strike i 'i since f> wJen then demand for an increase of wages was refused bj the navigation compinies Donaldson Line Direct Service BETWEEN SCOTLAND, CON- TINENTAL POINTS AND CANADA Large new steimers Modern ind up to date operated on the ONE-CLASS CABIN PLAN Clbln Staterooms all amulship J Third cla-w passengers berthed In dlosed Staterooms. -l MINIMUM RATES, WEEKLV, SAILINGS, UNEXCELLED SERVICE 4 lor full imtictilars call on anv steamship agent or write, H E LIDMAN, 415 Main ;