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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. Julv 0.1012 THE DAILY HEBALP The Best Fanners Hotel in Alberta 4 J.V License Can be Had. Apply J. W. MacDONALD. CARMANGAY, ALTA. The Wolgast-Rivers Fight Aftermath Spouts Contradictory and Amusing After the unusual uncling of the light, July 4th at Venioii arena; Angeles, uonlHcrting statements the main ollicials and principals ot the affair, which does uriylliihs.'.but help [Mitels In concluding who really nils the winner Here they are. RBF13R1SB JACK WELCH: illvers 'was on the tt.oor-.the-.full ten, seconds. 1 counted him out before the bell lang That a all tliere was, to it, 'I IUBKUUPER HARDlsn I rang -the gong ending Hie thirteenth round befoie Welsh signed to that he was the vviunei RiVers had been down about uine seconds when the bell sounded, J013 RIVERS Wolg.ist sliuclr mo a foul blow. Even at that I was on ray foot before leu seconds vjere up. Welsh ne-.ei reached ten at all Wolgast quit (lle dogging it when he went to the flooi. AD WOLOAST Uivert, knew he was whipped. Be knows it lie itiuck me with his knees when he fell The pain of that blow van aw lul I thought my legs weie five feet apait when I got to mv feet. JOE LEVY, RIVERS' Jl Joe was not knocked out He was hit down by a foul blow and oven then he was on his feet at the LOimt of eight I do not think the refeiee was competent' TOM TONES WOLGAST'S MANAGER It was a clean knockout A slomaci pinch did it Welsh's ruling was the onh one possible CANADIANS LOOK GOOD AT BISLEY Bisley Camp, Sag, July py itigun for the success of the Can- adian team provided today hv Cor poral C Moi timer, the 6th R R, Quebec, one of Its meonbeis, who car lied off first of SV1, In the Class A Squadded competition with match iifles, open to all coraeiB, of ten bhots each at and Morti- mer secured a ,it the fust range, and 49 at the longer-range In the afternoon Col GibbB, of.'the Gloucester-Bnginaers, tJie same score, but Morti- moi had three centres and Gibbs but t'wo: The weather T1 I AT IN THREE REELS. E D E M P T I O IN The Sensation of and New York, where thousands are laving over this gieat moto- graphic dally The most wonderful scenes and acting over pioduced. is a production whose ponei and strength will be felt thioughout the land foi vears to come. IT'S UP TO YOU, If You It, A Production, MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) "Beverly' on Wednesday DramuticaUjv artistically, and sceui- cally perfect the render- ed by Amy the famous critic of the Chicago News in reviewing George Barr McCutcheon's "Beverly" as produced at tlie the- atre. Th'e original Chicago Stude- baker theatre cast and piotiuctioii en route to -Broadway, York, for an extended'-engagement will appear at the Majestic theatre oil Wednes day and should and probably be greeted by a crowded bouse The cast IB corapiised of some oC the most prominent artists who ever Hppeared in this and the massh-e" scenic production requiring two foot biggage cars for Ita transportation will be used in its entirety. t x- "A -Texas Story of the Wild West Theie IB a charm about the stoiles of frontier'.life "'that makes .one forget the hurly burly of modem city enceJ and long for (.he smell of the sage brush" nnd wild desire is kindled for a taste of that wild life enjoyed by the cowboy and the ranch gul of twenty jears ago All this ,has been incorporated into tbe chaiming western play, "A Texas Han- which comes to the ilajestic for two nights starting Thursday, Tuly llth The characteis have heen clioaen from the representative tjpes of cow boys, Indians, miners, soldiers, gamb ler-? ajid cattlemen, who peopled the Mast great -west" a score of jeart, ago. The mteiest centres about R bov mine-iY.named Jack couise ot true love is about as smooth as the English Channel ou a. windy day Alter hsung killed or wounded nearly every able bodied man within a ladius of fifty miles, he is free to carrj away the lady his choice, and, it is to be hoped, "they lived hapnj er after BUILDING MORE CANNERIES This Year Will bo .Twenty In Prince Edward Picton, -Tub on bj the 'big money" mads canners thiough out Canada with litll prices, fully f is being invested in canning .in Prince; Kdward counly this year SIK new plants arc going up, small ones at South Bay, Noith port, Plctoii and Cor-secon and Well ington, with the f Go's factory at Bloomfreld ThU all me.ins gieat inroad? bv independents in to the Dominion Cnnners. This coiin- ty s list of canneries ii> jalsed to 20. The factories expect to commence cunning peis the lirst week in July Peas are looking goctl. but corn and torimtoes ;'are. not sufficiently advanc- ed to give any [den of prospects. They are two weeks behind, due .to the backward spring. Hon. been invited to present colors to the 61st in'antry of MontgomerJ, Qu-e. Majestic Theatre WEDNESDAY, JULY 10th ORIGINAL BftOA 6 WA YNEW A OBT. W: -.of THS 75c and 5Oc Next attraction July .12, Texas Ranger Majestic Theatre, COMMENCING THURSDAY, JULY 11 The king of All Cowboy JULY TEXA8 RANGER, Wonderful. f JULY SOUTHERN SKIES, A. PictltreKnue romance. o( the South, _ JULY A thrilling drsmatic production ol the notorious bandit Three of the and Production Hire tliu Seaton PRICES f1 60c, Gallery 25c _ Seat Salt NEXT Atneriei'i Gr'eatett Maslcfan NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES re entirety different from 6lhers febth tn their composi- tion thslr evieuttion without purging or 25c. L box at-your druggist's. SLEEPING BOY DISCOVERED- HANGING ON PICKET FENCE Lad 3 Years Old All Nijht From Paling on Hie Cloth ing Had Caught Neiv York, .July Tro- (leio, 3 years old, the joungcsl of nine chlUren, has a dog Last night the father of Amcricua gave him a. cent, and Vmencus 'start- ed oilt to put the raonev in clrculalion The dog wenl, too. In Stuyvesant avenue, near KosfcusKo slreet, the dog eras led undii a picket''once, and Americus climb over tlio tence after his. pet. ShoitH afler 10 o'clock tfic father and mother decided ltrvvas time: lo go to bed, and they called the -roll of the little Troderos, but Ameilcue not there Neighbors didn I know' where lie was The police of thn Gaies avenue sl.i- lion were notmed and ihry huiilw! nil night At 0 o'clock this monilns Sergeanl IIiiuli Hejnclds nctlccd somcthiiiB peculiar on a across Ihc slicel He Invesllgalcd i iu. Amoricus' clothes and he had hung there all night. When found he was sleeping soundlj, with Hie dog on guard be- neath him. IT'S HOT AT OTTAWA OUnnn, Jills diowning and" one death from heat, and numerous proitratloiu from the same cause, Is the capital's toll to the seveio heat experienced CHASE HEADACHES If your deaici cunilot supply you.f the .1 Mathltu Co, Shflbrooke, Q, sends bojt ;