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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915 THE LETT'TRincE DAILY RGRALD PAGE TKKEB Former Lightweight Champion Outfought Title Holder at All Stages of Ten-round Bout at New York Last Night CJ11C, UL Oilll I' Lillliil.n-u, lui IHLI LIIULII- piou JJKliLu'ciglil, uuiloughi and mil- pointed Freddie Welsh ut tinglaml, -tlic present title holder, in every New Yoik, 'March Till- Caliroi'nhm was coining in, IniL Kil- cliic o[ San Kisiucisco, former chum- 'Me Inid the honors of Uic rmmd ciia- ily. IJIUTON'S KOOTWOKK ClJiV Ell present title noiner, HI cvrry i U'elsJi's footwork was very clever, round of u. East id-round bout here mid enabled him to avoid a good deal .lonighl. of punishment in Uic following round, All the way through Uic tiphl Rit- ;mu in On- suili UIB Dritish boxer eh it did the forcing, while Welsh showed Lo belter advantage UK he spoiled some o! his good work by Jandcil un Ihu body and head suvcral holding in several rounds. The chum- Limes, but at no lime did he take the pion's showing was very disappoint-. lend u.wuy trum lite ing lo his many followers, who, con-' HiLcliic drove right anil led lo the lidenti ot his ability to repeal his two hotly in tlic seventh, and Welsh kepi previous victories over Uitchie. heli dancing nway to hoots from siiecla- freely at odils of 7 to 5 on Uio tors and cries of "Why don't you Kngli.stmiuri .1 gainst tlic CaJiiorjiian jighl, During the Jal-tcr part of Uitchic at no time (luring Lhc figlit- niis round Hilcliiu was chasing Welsh gave l-.is backers rtoulit of Iiisubil- Over tlic ring. In tlic eolith Hit- ily to hold Ilia own and he rushed t-hic forced Welsh into a corner ami AVclsh all over the ring, sending; lefts hooked a lianl left to the jaw, then aud rights to the head ami the buily, crossed Ms right lo tlic la-nil and ihc body punishment being Lhc more drove i.hi: same glove to Ihc body, severe. HoMi were pJuyiutf for and landing, on Welsh ducked cleverly in the open- Uic body oL the bell, ing round and the blows thai Ritchie W'ELSJI iN'OT THERE untied diil not seem to have much Ritchie kept up the same running tliiig to theiiK In the second round work in the ninlli and tenth rounds, Kitcliie stepped into u. hard right up- tarrying l.lio all the to the percul, nnd wiillc Sic forced the pace champion, who at no lime was allc Ihc Englishman failed lo open up. to gtiiu the slightest advantage, mid In the third round Ritchie aid near- failed to place a roiunl to his credit ly'all the work, his two most telling in the entire bout. Neither man show- hlows being drive oveg Welsh's cd any marks of the bloodless buttle. heart and a right cross Lo tlic jaw.1 At 3 o'clock' today both lighters Welsh kept (lucking away in (he weighed pounds, according fourth, but Ritchie landed a straight to agreement-, ami the ringside left to the iacc, followcil by two weights tonight'-sKc'ia'cd neither hail tihort right uppcrcuts. Welsh caught gained more than a pound since that Hitchic with a riglit hook as Lhc lime. T 0 P. D 0 G MELVILLE CONFIDENT Melville, Buik., March Goldlc Smith, manager of the Melville team, la quite confi- dent that Ins team wlli Huccess- .fully defend the cup, Admitting that tho Moaarchs are one of tho classiest teams that ever played here. "It Jookff like an even uet at Lhe best, iind under the Ice con ditiona, either .team la liable to get the -breaka and 'win the was tlie statement of the managers of the cup-hold- concerning, the! game Lo- night, which will dacide tlio championship of the Dominion. .TORONTO. VIC3 BEAT 'PEG VICE BY TWO-GOAL MARGIN Winnipeg, Man., "March icfe that was soft and.slushy at the Audi- torium tonight the Toronto.Vies, who failed to lift the Allan CUD at. Mel villa, defeated the Wlnnlpeggers, tall- eutlera of the 'Winnipeg Amateur Hockey league, by'7 goals to 5. "The game was slow. TORONTO GETS GRAHAM Toronto, Ont., March To- ronto International league club an- nounces the purchase oC First Base- man Donaldson Graham of the Cin- cinnati Nations] league club, Graham report to the Toronto club at Washington, April 3. Manager Cly- mer ol! the Toronto club IB now In the south selecting a training camp. BENDER SOME TRAP SHOOTER Chief Bender cannot only about 'em over the nan "but he also can. shoot some Kith Ibe 32-gnage, double-bar- reled artillery. The Chief, now with the Baltimore Federals, after years ol Hervlce with, the Athletics, is a cork- Ing trap-shooter. Tlio last four scores he has piled up In recent clay pigeon competitions have been 39, '94, 07, and of'n possible 100. SEATTLE BOXERS ARE BEST Take Three Bouts In Four From B.C, Seattle, Wash., Murch won three out of four or the three- round boxing boula at the Seattle Ath-! letic club's international smoker with I Vancouver and Victoria B.C., last nlglit. The winners were Archie Wyard, Seattle, who defeated Andy Morrison, Vancouver; Henry Glenaou, Seattle, 'who defeated Bud Soilless, Vancouver; Earl BairtI, Seattle, who defeated A 1 Davics, Victoria, t and George Ross, Vancouver, who defeat- ed Claude Scoti, ScotUe. Hoss was lo have met Tomiriv Phelns, but the lat- ter had a sore hand and Scott was substituted. RITCHIE Victory ror Willie Ritchie over Fred Welsh last nlf-hl wil'i hardly regain for the American the light wclyht cro'ivn ivhich ho lost It waa a no-decision bout, and was only of rounds' duration. However, had Hltchie scored a knock-out, he would heralded the lightweight chamnlon today. UNDER DOG (N3I3T IN STAGING OLYMPIAD AT BERLIN Parlw, .Miireh well Informed sporting Bnj'H the- Jliti'as aponrr, "it Bald that tho OlymtUr Kaniea v will not be held In Lhu United despite the rojiort lo the contrary. Tho neutral na- tions, in accord wIUi iVewldujjl PoudohlncBliy of Hit; Uonnaii Olympic committee, have dp- cidod that tlic games will be held In Jlcrllu, agreed Ihu war- upon CONTINUED FttOAf FHO.VT PAGE. BOXER GIVES SKJN FOR GRAFT an I Steele Does Heroic Thing in Tacoma Hospital Tacomn, Wash.. March Slcele, popular lightweight boxer, now conducting a school of boxing, Is in Joseph's hospital today rccover- ng from the effects of losing 30 in- ches of skin taken from his leg to jraft onto the hotly of wee Willie laukass, -burned by the flnmes of n three months ago. Paul, who ias two little children of his own, Trent to the hospital, and told the doc-: ors to take fill they needed. OHNSON vs. WILLARD APRIL 4 ack CurJey Announces New Date for Championship Contest Cuba. Mnrch icnt was made tonight by Jack Cur- ey; of the fight, that the eavyweight championship be- veen -Jack Johnson and Jess Willard take place on Anril 4, ot 11 o'- lock and not April RS pre- iouely announced, Kid Lewis defeated Frimtle Mack u a 1'0-round bout lie re tonight. FUNNIEST BASEBALL PLAY HE EVER SAW (By Mordccai The fiir.iiiesL tliins I cvnr saw liap- pfinod in an exbibition game between the Chicago Cubs and a team repre- HopkiiisviHe, Ky. started with a pretty fair team but the gams soon became a farce, as we scored, at will. Lew Richie was saving the day by his antics while BILLIARD Chicago, 111., TOURNAMENT -March William 'The gospel of inixnif farming has LJOCII jireachoil BO liiorounhly and so incessantly by the C.IMl. officials, c-s- lecialJy nfce-President.H JJnry and Hall, and Messrs. Colcman and Stev- ens, that.it woufil tie siipci-fluous for nip. to dwell very 'iong on that aubjuct, exceiil lo say that Ihiiir rtcctrinu is aklug TOOL, HJJU il is ;i ulciisurc to he m cye-wltnesa of the munificent beii- efHs obtained by thc> farmers ivho lave practised what those official, jreached." Mr. Ansley jirodueed u "jirosperity chart." which was the otijcct ol much ntcrest to the of the council. cliart shows prosperity 'waves Lo ever mere tliau four years at stretch, with a minimum of two years. Dating from IS'i-l, the chart records he periods of prosnerily and (lie Jier- otls of denression. The Ititter exujnd rom five to seven veers. most prosperous years come at intervals of light, nine and ten years, and the poor at intervals of suveh, nine and ilevcn years. The year I9iii starts the ip grjitlc, and figuring on three years is the average perJod of prosperity, is it has proven out in the past !'0 'ears, the world will undergo a wn.ve if prosperity from 1D15 to 1918. Farm- irs' trade will be the big item during his farmer wfil be the uee." Another pJicnonifinon in onnectlon with the chart, is the fact liat the firices of pig iron, grain and lork, bare been lo'w during the de- iresscd iieriods and high during the Tosperous jjeriods. The prices of all tiese products are on the up grade, la closing his remarks, Mr. Ansley aid: "I must express pleasure at being able to attend this luncheon and LO have the opportunity cf enjoying a lit- tle chat with of the .Lelhbridge Board of Trade. These KHAKJ AS PARIS FASHION Parisian girl who, liite many others, LS taken to tho fashionable color id wear [dinki as a regular walking' costume. The photo was taken in the Champs ICIysces where the fash inn- able I'arisiennes may seen dally walking about In their natty military fluJls. llth Series of The Master Key m I Whpn Willcerson opened llio clu-si wliai did ho Ilnd uf picelcBB of paper? How did tlio Indian Idol fall into Hie .sailors' hands? diil ilic Hindu Peddler seo tlic porthole? IT knew that the papers were not. in Dare's possession, why did he shadoiv liJiri? How did tin; Hind u escape from Uio iroasuru ship? How did Uorc and Jlutli happen io go lo 'lip pawnshop? SEE THE ELEVENTH EPISODE FOR THE ANSWER. Weekly nil Uic UilCKl Happenings in th0 Htar Comedy And Other Hlg Features. IIARKY C. (anil) HAZEL DELL ENTERTAINING ENTERTAINERS Coming Monday and Tuesday HOME SWEET HOME The Climax of man's ingenuity in the production of Moving Pictures AT THE EMPRESS the feature at. the Empress today and tomorrow -will be a Famous flay- ers' Paramount film, in five parts, in which Daniel Frohnmn "The Scales of ivitb Pan] McAl-j lister as lha District Attorney. This j Is one of the strongest dramas cverj i'Qven about the 'icgfil machinery j which sonietiines ennieshes Lhe Imio-i cent, while Lhc guilty arc allowed lo j escape. In this play, the young IDis- trict Attorney throws honor, position and duly Into the scales against a wo- man's love in a way which in novel, I and thuj manner in which love con-i fjuers a lie, and is stronger than death, IhriJJIngly told. In addition there 'will be a War1 Weekly and an Essanay comedy The musical programme, both to-' night and tomorrow night will include a song by .Mr. Petrie, who scored a success last night, and selections from meetings are good, and are productive well-known operas by lire Emprcs or- chestra, under the direclion of Air. E. IPMPRESQ Introducing Improved Photo-Plays. 15c TONIGHT Diitiicl Froliintiii Presents The Scales of Justice In Five Parts ANOTHER FAMOUS PLAYERS PARAMOUNT A WAR WEEKLY AND AN ESSANAY COMEDY by Mr. Vaudrcy Pctric OPERATIC SELECTIONS BY THE EMPRESS ORCHESTRA MONDAY AND TUESDAY CONCLUSION OF SHOULD BE SEEN BY ALL. of the.same beneficial results attain- ed by the meetings of ihe railway offi- cials which are Jieltl from time ro lime. The board B of trade in the country are being looked ugcn as (.lie source of reliable Information, gi without prejudice. Their own fairness to aD parties has caused this condition and 1 hope the present cordial rela- tions between Pacific and the business men ot Lcthbridge will endure. Get Wells on Farms "I think .the Board of Trade should endeavor to impress upou the govern- ment the necessity of digging; wellB on Ihe farms. A fann, without one or more 'wells, depending on local condi- tions, is like a battleship in dry dock. It may ornamental, out of no actual value without water." A hearty vote of thanks was accord- ed the sneaker, upon the conclusion his address. FREDDIE WELSH The result of the fight last nignt will p'iace Ritchie upon, a pedestal as high, if not higher, than the champion, in popular American estimation, aiiil Welsh .will.Hlcely.be forced to meet Ritchie over the marathon route iu the near future on more reasonable terms than he Ims lately stipulated. CARDSTON LADY'S NEPHEW WIN MILITARY HONORS Cardston, Alfa., March II. In a London Overseas Dally Mirror, dated February 19, just received by Mrs. Chas. G. Jarmsn of ibis town, there appears -a photo of her nephew, Ser- geant H. Cox, accompanied by the following: "For gallantry at Volaines, October 22, saving a wounded officer by carry- ing him from the trenches into cover under a very heavy fire, Sergeant H. Cox of the Corsets, 1st Batt., has re- ceived the Mrs. J fir T. Freeman, assisted Inte leader of the Cit by Mr. CHno, band. BIG AMATEUR CONTEST AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT A real old-fashioned amRteur con- test. ivi'iJ be held ai tlic popular play- house this evening. R. AV. Scott, the local singer oC merit.will head the list of amateurs. Altogether there will be eight amateur acts. This, together ivltJi the regular programme of five reels of pictures and three acts of vaudeville, makes this evening's en- tertainment the biggest and best ever offered in the city. Reudillsky, the Hussion musical Moran, "who has stayed over in the city for an- other two days by special request, ivrtl ie seen again today and tomorrow nt ;hc popular playhouse; H. R. Cooper, the baritone singer of ballads, al- so be here tonight. "The First Law of Nature" is a stirring three-part .feature oE early frontier days, showing the life of tlie settlers in the. early northwest and a big battle scene between the red men and the cavalry. "THE MASTER KEY" AT STARLAND The eleventh series of "The Master Key" will be the head liner at the Starlanrt 'tonight arid tomorrow night. Thia series shows Wllkerson and his confederates opening the chest MAJESTIC Monday, Tuesday Wed., March 15-16-17 European Armies In Action WITH MATINEE EACH DAY ABSOLUTELY AUTHENTIC WAR PICTURES J 2Sc AND 15c. 15c AND 10c. LORD ROSEBERY FAVORS RACING DURING WAR' Iluey of Chicago and John Daly, of New were "the only unbeaten contestants 12 entries' in Lhe championship three-cushion billiard tournament, which ended its third round tonight. f George Moore ol New York defeat- ed John Barnes of Denver, 50 fb 88 in 74 innings, li is high run being- u. In Ihe second evening game, Joe Cappon of St. Paul, defeated Charlea aiorfn of to 48, in (Jii Inn- lugs. CHINESE BALL-PLAYERS' WIN Stanford University, Cal., Afaycli 11. Chinese teamrqf the University or .Hawaii defeated the Stanford nine and kept the- crowd- roaring I today by a score of 10 to 7. Score: aring us lie pitched like a. girl, pitched stilt- armed, and every other way. Then Honolulu. the crowd commenced yelling; for me. Stanford H. LJ. G 6 In the ninth I went out to plc.iss iiatterles: Ako and Mark; Hoover them and; Ilicliie' went to centre fip.lil. and Landers. .1 had two strikes on the first hatter when I heard a roar ol Jaugliler and llMf. AT ThF Y turned, Richie had invented a tool DUWUINVj Al 1HL I.i song and taiiRht it; to Scliulte and Hoffman, and. the three outfielders, arm in arm, game -inarching- toward London, .March question whether nurse racing meets ought tu he suppressed -during the war is being Distinguished an's husband is a member Conduct wn'ch tue-v espected to find the price- less slip of uaner, revealing the secret ront, to spare no effort to. secure mo- tion pictures, showing 'the'flghtlne c ah.'iilies of the armies and navies cf each oE Lhe nine nations .engaged in combat. That his men succeeded in the o, JIIIB. o til iiiiiii a iiuaunuu io u. uieuuuci rcsuiL Ul Lueii ua 1.1- tuy of tbe local squailroil here, .'n-Iille ldo1' tilius, all ot which ilave1boen gsthered throu tHe orlhole how the Hniu of her brothers and five other close re- latives are at the front. Being a. true Englishwoman, she is proud of the part her ten relatives are taking In the defence of their country. through, the porthole, how the Hindu escapes from the treasure ship, and. how Pore and RutU happen to go to I LOMOND NEWS Lomond, AHa., March army warmly discussed in press ami horses left Wednesday lor Brandon. The Times; in.an advocates Sir- SlcLagean went with them as carc- thc suspension .of Uic Ascot and talretr som meets, 'at Lord Rdsc- hery has written ".pibtcsting against such a move, arguing, that 'horses are invaluable'to.. Uic- liiturc. army, and. that in case.' "'thpr-r' oughbreds" will disappear because ho man. can 'afford to keep blooded stock for. Uic lucre pleasure of looking at them in the stable." The points out that all -prcm throu iigli the French icrolu- taker. Harry .Rounds of the Leihbridge bat- tery visited Lomond Thursday. Harry "was out- on Ji week's leave. We wish him luck. arrived today on the dtdge. It is his intention to start a real estate business here. under the heading of i Armies in Action." ie management oE> the Majestic Theatre have been advised that they This series promises to be the most m .announce to the exciting and Interesting of the Inatal- of Lothb'ridSe that not one por- menta up to date, and followers this Uiese hna; ever' been shown in this city beforOj. and, that they are absolutely''- and genuine1'in every respect. For th'e benefit-of school a'special; matinee will be 'given' erich day" at 1.00 o'clock. The pictures will be I eliown for the three days each even- at 7.30, and each af- ternoon, commencing at 2.30. r_ J serial will be wfae not to miss it. A "Universal portraying tlie latest happenings all over the Tvorld, an extra good comedy, and Willis Dell, entertainers, bill. coiunlete tlie 'EUROPEAN ARMIES IN ACTION" AT MAJESTIC MONDAY The riehtiog strength of Britain and her' A'ilies. in each of their military Mr. Duffy is erecting an office In nnft are town in' which to carry on his busi- ness. This .week was a busy week here, and the car of corn ivliich came Wed- nesday Tvas cleaned out by Friday noon. The United Brethren will hold spe- Skcith's team defeated Jones' two the iiifield singing "Herd's another poor sucker games out of three, last night. Uuth teams did good bowling in the lirsl who two games, but the last was: an e'x- ie going to strike out." hibilion of. ditches and blows. Horhe I whizzed over the third strike. howled tho best average, pulling down By that time they had hcen joined two -10's and a ny the jnficlrtcrs and the wlioic bunch The scores sang while the second man struck Skeith 22 23 21 out- Inorue- 53 40 .10 Then they marched up to the Mcllvcna 28 a? .22 facing the better ami kept on sing- Ing. I tried to make that batter hit] 101 96 kut he was too weak laugbini; Jones 38 si ruck out. i..-. 10 10 Then, the singers lined nil iff front I'ullcrtoi 2'l 28 of tlic sljnd and Uic .nholc ciou'd. _ iuincd .in ,Uic 1 83 lion and the Napoleonic wars the Ep- som anil Ascot races were held regu- larly, and adds "Our forefathers did not regard it as an offense to ivil-f less horse races while at war." I The stewards of the Jockey club, weeh the evenings, is lindcrstoud, iavor the con-' timiancc of racing, have called 'a meet-1 nesday from Forme. He ia ing for JUflrcli JC to consider the wilh "is brother 1'ercy. cial services hero in the hall all next In the evenings. Hesklth arrived here on Wed- whole question in the light of the full' expression of puhlic opinion on matter that is now expected! GOES INSANE TWELVE YEARS AFTER BREAKING HIS NECK -Lacrosse. Wis., Mnrch Colo, who iurvlved a broken ueck in a foolball game twelve .vein'-ago, liafi boen committed-to the, state asylum for the insane his trou- ble resulting from" hi B injury" of "lonp Co'i'ci. 'rccoversd so completely A choir was organized here. arid Lheir firsl praclicc in the ha'il on Thursday evening, wllh. Mrs. Mcln- toah as leader and organist, aud Misa Amlay as assistant organist. Tbe Women's AuxUfary elected offi- cers on Thursday, with Mrs. A. Tul- lock, hresldent; Mrs. li. Burne, vice- president, and Miss Alulay secretary- treasurer.. 18 was nblr. to a foiiir-yeaT CARPET BALL The A.O.F. mil and XO.F. meet tonight in Jlooso Hall. r> course at the University -of WisCtin- Much interest is cenlrcd on the ]gin. mii'this .wus folJowcd his col- nera or these Tor the final 72 7U US _ clsloa of the shield. de- fully pictured In "European Armies' in the timely motion picture fea- ture, -which will he shown at the Ma- jestic Theatre 'on Monday, Tuesday 'and Wednesday ol next week. Among: the producers of motion pic- lures, name of George Kleine stands first and foremost. To him! cnn be credited, a score of the most I successful produclion tho screen has< ever men; ailing them being "Quo "Julius and other not- nblc efforts. Some two months alter the .commencement of ihc r. Kleine realized the necessity of a Bet of'films which could be preserved for ail time, ae an absolutely correct and authentic picturing of conditions Uiey actualJy, existed Jn Europe, after German "kultur1' had been let loose. It te a positive fact that MrJKlej.ro-bad no.ullerior motives lirmlnd, nor gave one thought- to uhtnclal sain from bis hftTwork bqlD? done with, the sole Abject oEpresentlng the British public will; an hletcrJca! re- cord of the world's greatest war. .Vyi'.h this' object in view, Mr. Kleine'gave his four cnmevn-mon ox- yllcit.iuBU'uClions lo uo lo tlie very NEW B, C. Cafe Now Open GOOD .MEALS ,26c UP NICELY FURNISHED, WELL KEPT. ROOMS...........25e CHOP SUEV, NOODLES, ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIOfJERV -.'V KEAX BLOCK occupied, by City Olflcei, 2nd 'Avenue ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES TO-NIGHT BIG AMATEUR-CONTEST R. W- Scott from th. of.the many The.Ruasian Muklcal Nut Eleanor The Ragtime Girl. II. R. Cooper V! Baritone .Singer ;of'Ballada. The First Law of Nntiire A Stirring Three Part Feature of Frontier Diys. Big Battle Scenei between the Red Men and the Cavalry, FEET OF REAL LIVE UP TO THE MINUTE COMEDIES. Matineei dally at. 2 p- m. Adults Children.. Continued! 7 to 11 .5c. Adults. Children lie 10e HOME SWEET HOME IN SIX ;