Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T H E L T rn; nr D G e DAILY HERA.-L-D PAGE THREE- KILBANE GETS MARGIN OVER PUT OP- PONENT AWAY EARLY. ol nhc greatest lislic cafjiivalB ever staged in this' country took placs Wcdncbday night, j Five six-ruunil bouts of more than ordinary interest were held by nuiii-; agcr.s' it! two rival clubs, nl one ut v.'liich brought together Johnny i Kilbane, the icaliienvciglit champion, and Kid Williams, the baiiLainu'cighl .holilcr. Kilbanc, v.ho had Uain- cit down Lo 13U pounds, the weigliL for Ihc outfought the bantamweight all the way. i At the oilier club the chief ntlrac-. lions were Charley White, the Chi- cago lightweight, and Sam HobiiJcaii of this Pity Young Ahenrii, initldlc- chanipiuu 01" Uuglaml, ainl Jimmy Ulabbv up Llainmnnd, hid., aspirant lor -that, title. Johnny Kilbnnc, (he featherweight Lliuiiipiou, outfought Kid Williams, rfic bantamweight, litlelioldcr. all tho j way in their six-round bout, Uotli incn weighed in ;it 122 pounds n half Jmur befuiu the light. The men boxed Philadelphia rules, punching till ordered to break and then break clean, kidney punches barred." The two little chnmpion.s feinted 111 HI sparred for an opening in Um lirst tiro rounds, 'luring ivJiicli fen- blows were struck. Williams gave ground continually iind bolb rounds were a succession oE clinches in which the Litlcholticr made leads for the body, Kil- banc eluded most ol Williams' lends and toward end of Ihc second round 1 Williams' Iscad with tlircc right uppcrcuis in rapid suc- cession. WILLIAMS' KALLY IN TJIUU) IJolli men.mixed it in the third round, which ended iviUi WiUinms making a rally nftcr Kilbane had jahbcd him with lells to the face. Killmn? hail all. the-better-of the fourth round, drivini-; Williams to all corners of the ring' ami forcing the IjanLaimveighL cliampion to resort to ficqucnt clinching. J missed a hard left for the face'in the opening of the fifth roiind ami Kilbanc led straight lo Wijiiamt.' howl, MIC'kilter replying with iiRht nud left swings to Kjlhane's body. The rmiml; ended with both men light- ing, furiously in the denier of "the JUST AS FLANNIGA'N .SAYS Winnipeg If .Freddie Welsh would bLIll and let-WMHb Hltchlo and oilier asplr- (ing IlKhU'elBiHs lund those much advertised Itnoclc-out he would greatly ijlciiBe as 'well ;IH K. certain number of ajtort writ- ers who niulie .ihclr. liciidqiiiii'leni In New Ybrli. To read1 the account of the' latter gentlemen pne. would suppose had a personal grievance which gave them.-great palu every limo Welsh Bide-atcppud one of tfco Jt.o. blows, "If he would oii'iy .Bly.nd'filill and fight" they keen, remarking 'and the great American public Is now inking un the cry. It Js amusing. The American .public thinks It MB a real grievance. U'nJsli is lies'. uoxGr in UiqJiglilfVcIsM brlgadis at present. The aspirants to his hon- ors are not preat-'boxers though often great fighters Therefore Welsh should not lisa his skill as a boxer. Thai's as pluiu us anything could be. As Tom Flanulgan' says Ameri- cans have not yet got over the iderv that the Jioad doivn rusli in is Hie greatest thing in ring tactics. CANADIAN WELTERWEIGHT OUTCLASSED HIS OPPONENT BOSTON FANS EXPECT TO SEE 'THEIH TEAMS BATTLE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Boston, March 18. To say that bast-bull Kins in JosIon are already lo pack i lie'stands in Heaii- for next season's world's scries iii' imLUiig it pretty strong, ana the fans elsewhere will conuctlc UosLon- iany thr, righL lo all they buL it's a .fact thai grows cicry day. 'Caking nil in all, from a viewpoint at this end of lliRilinc, both tcanis- uppcar to have splendid rhnni'us 1 IcurUiig nl the enl] of Lhu I'Jlo sea- son. 1 Of Lhc two the Hcd Sox look to in bcMer trim llmt llic Nationals, al- tlipujHi tlie Braves are toting the world's championship pennant. The Braves' chances this year, all arouml (lie circitu, are popularly sup- posed lo be of U.-e bout. The team still lie considered a young one. .Thi! acquisition of Sherwood Magcc will prove ;L great advantage both in the infield and llic plate, but, Cel- ling under (he suriacc, there are many things to lie consid'orcrf. Fur in- sIancu Frank Barricsu Stopped Tamarack Mine, Idaho, ir Prtde o Fourth Idaho Ihu-ch J rank DDIJII pndo (ha Tamarack mine, ter failed lo. come back lon.glit and was j lll 1, nocked out hy Frank .Uarnoau, the t at a calav i, clever w-eHerwcMght or Jlc js DEI'KNDS UPON" KVKR-S- levers' condition cannot he forecast willi any certainly. th-siHle ihe sunny statements thai hr, is fully recovered. and- is the as ever. It is well that Lhe .star second baseman hasn't the .strength physically, ihat he works entirely I'-n his nerves. When tin- stMsoa oi lUM'was finished, Evcrs was taken wilh a hcavv cnld :l during Uie pail of the win- from pneumonia. With nf a few weeks, he has near the close of the fourth round of! their scheduled ten-round bout. Five liLh. Should Kvers' condition j GOVERNMENT OF OLD LAND WILL TAKE OVER FAC. TORIES' 12Ui SEKTES THE JACK JOHNSON The negro prizefighter in training in Hnvanu for his proncsed flout less Willard! BOWLING AT THE Y.M.C.A. team look IJritlsIi gov- crniucnl inl'cuds I'D take over control Lhe Knglmid for the 1 jiroilucliuu uf mat.-rials. This an- iiuuiiticiuciit was nuiile hy Uavul Lloyd oE' tlio cxchciiuur, iC coiilexvncc of labor lenders, the la lives of vsii'ioii.s inrtuslrics, i ami 'Uie o( iinycrial dc- 1 IL'llL'C. In an address appealing for an in- crease in llic output of win mall-rial, j the chaiicdlur uiiiil Iiavc sfioivii UiaL tho tro- Dicndous concentration of aitillcry :firc rcciMilly-tllic greatest which has j liecn any given point I UIK whole only en-! isurcs suiJCL'SK, hui lias saved the liven of llic soldiers why made the attacks. j n' the workmen antl fac- llory owners 'Icsirc to see the. couu- Iry win, anil uic anxious to savo tlic ,'liics ol Hie Jiicn, llipy jjiusl accclcc- 'ate the output of miiiiiliuns. J "To assist iii I'lis, iiie government j has decided to lake over the wortn. .In Uoinj; l''iyi tnc government pro-1 j poses Lo iniiHtiiC a limilalion on the j ami to ask the men to relax i I trade iifjian' ngitaiion and put their 'whole into Lhc work." i Ili'icrc doins this the chancellor sug- i (jested, a. comjilete undcrs land ing I was dtsiiahlc lietu'ccn tlic employers and workers. To the lallcr he propos- ed that, with a view-to preventing a 'diminution of production hy disputes, no stoppage of work, hy strikes or loc'vouts lake plciro with respect to Mvork for goveriuncni pnrposps, I The Clyde workers, he said, had al- ready taken a ballot in favor of ac- (cuiing tiic government's proposal thai their dispute should be referred 1 lo arbitration, and in Ihc meantime I had returned Lo work. Another conference will be held to- niorrow. Master "Love and Douft'li" j Lizzie's A Cook Shop Komanco I The Universal Weekly Placing' the World Before You JERRY Was Great Is Greater SEE THEM TOGETHER SPECIAL MATINEE FULL ORCHESTRA inns' Hie Children-to .'See the.-Talking.-Dolls p I'jUJl t> UUIHLlUUll IJLUtC Ib n-u... L.JVI." M pFut 'lls "eilyler OPDO- hi from oil wilh llic team; lout, of three Ironi Jones' hoys lust to (he ilocr for (lie count Crouch-1 tu, --_.. .-_ K1LHAKK FliNfSllKS STRONG At tiie opcnnip; of the final round both hoxci'a rushed to a 'clinch. Kil- liaue held Williams oil and then sciit hard rfchls and lefts to tlie ban- tam's fact1.. was forced lo tlie ropes, hut came, back' strong. -A fnv sDConrts licforc the hell Kilhana landed a haul right and left lo (lie which jar- red .Williams considcrahlj-. night iii Lnt' junior five-pin tourna- ment at the V.JLC.A. The scores Cascaden lOlwyn Kcmm 25-02 31-S3 crewel of fans ever attending a boiit here saw the match, hundreds of 71 US 77 Another gloomy cm [.look is the Pacli I llltl K''l James hold out, us I Jones crs being present to boost Ihc Tamar-' allcady lias Should j Kullcrto; ack blacksmith. j thin actually be UIB rase Ihe.'Htavbs i Waddintrlon 3-1 "Kid" Stanley-of .Wallace knocked, w'" 'osc _ out "DJISO" Collins in ihe second' was Bill" who dhl such el- yg round of the preliminary. fcft-ivc work in year's 1 Vuth him on Ihc biile of tjie ffjiice, v.'ill to tcruvcl .some (liaiiiiicc to secure another- his 33 11-01 31 85 23 10-73 "LANKY BOB" TO MARRY' AGAIN FitzsimmonE to Wed Divorced Woman 1 of Getting License TEN IS 'MOT FAVOHED. .BY HED OFFICIALS 1 Suggestion to anoLlier point for considera- J Will 'StaUihRs liable to! Kansas Chy Hir George Kostcr, min- ister (ii trade and and vet- eran pailiuiuenlariaii in t-he ranks ol the government, wert the chief influ- j euce .within Lhc administration, there would uc no election in Canada while the prcsfnl war endures.- So much was j pretty clturly indicated by the JIG in the. house Ihis afteiiman. probably, if >Sir j George were tliu chief inllucncc hold this liiinch ol youngsters in leash TONIGHT to The Front" OH EUROPE AT FIGHTING WILL BE SEEN IN THIS PICTURE A-Guaranteed Attraction The German Spy Peril will alio be shown on thli PrognnVme GOOD WEEKLY AND COMEDY MR. GEO. EMPRESS ORCHESTRA Coniiug March 2fith and 27th The Fint Episode of "THE thrilling story of the discovery of great wealth, with 'the rirhUul owners struggling to hbld what others are endeavor- to take from them. Po not fall to cee.this episode, and to foMoVJ.the as'lt piojTilsesi to be the most interesting: seriai yet ishown .herCv 'i little doubt huL that, the give a ilc.siiciaLs (ijrht to any dues i esLc-tl iu the uroceediugs weni to tnejnot appareiltly ___ room lo hca1' a" exji'scted de- throughout tlie ranks of (liaf comes near them. j President0 Giimorc, after'the post- In0n-t mcmberSl RED SOX RESIAIN7 IX'L'ACT; pon'emej't of the decision, declared The Ucd will open with prac- that m-'tliing would bo tc in- the same lineup as they fiatl: erf ere ivith Ihe.'plej'mg ccbcilnle of fact that while Uie truce, which Sir Fitzsiinmona lives'in DiinclleD, !al the close of hist season. f'thc He stiid' Uiat several'George tuday-'urged'should be con- i ycrj., )imc (loini; in their had been-m'enared to fit the I tinned, was being religiously kept by cnnip the uast winter. AH UIB '.'do- j varioui Portland, Ore. As Pitzsimmons did noL a cer-1 tlficate.ct lila GA-D divorce the cilerlc refused to grant tiie license until it was produced.. FitzEimmons aald he would return with the: evidence He v.'as accompanied by a- young wo- man. Fitzsiinmona lives in N.J. He is 53'years oC age and'his fiancee is IIOVEIIKD'O-N THE, BRINK' This is plainly evident from the AHEARN -TOO WILLING York, N.T., .llnrc'i New York state hoxing comuiissiou to. WHITE -WINS IN ptRST Charley White, tlie Chicago light; stopped Sinn t'obidcati of Philadelphia, -'hi the first round of a. nchnliilcrl six-round bout Alter Ilobi- -ten-round boiit be.- dcau had received a terrific uppcicut lwccn Yoiins'AhoBnv and Eclcllc llc- on the point of the iaiv and liad been scheduled for Kriilay night at knocked flown three' limes -for the H club, cancelled The uc- count oC' nine, the Pbiladelphian's was tafccn as the resulfof a possibilities ivlicn might fc ing" has with tl'.e other cluus I'ow'.llii! decision. and, Lnkmy these cluing c into con- j A" suggestion Miienition. l.he Athletics, (1 e opposition last there was Tied Sox- stronger than the year" they won the hig aeries. CARPET BALL O nines .schciiulcil lo lake no cessation of the spread oE cam ten-club league, i paign literature-of tho most, violent .ncludiiig both Kansas City a.ntl Ne'iv-'! Ifind fiom the government press bur- irk: and adding aaotrsr city met lit-jean, and that later in October the Lie. encouragement-from he league of- government-Covered, on' the brink ol a licials. ALLAN CUP RECEiPTS _ iBarfng-lTc-wns-'in a contract oxhibitcd br the pro-. CatiicttuiM .tonight condition, slojipcjj the fight. moter.s or ..--rival cluli, which, showed I Muosc Hail arc as [that Aheara- hai agreed to box before. I'pstip.s. vs.' t-.- BIUTJSH FIGHTER DI5STS Young Alicurji, midiilcivc-iglil.- charn- Jiion oi won tlip popular de- cision OTC-r. .Hmoiy. .Clnijby .of Ham- for -the tille in iliaL rlliss, hi- ithcir six-round houL here tquiglit.- tlic "exception oC "tlic; first, in Olfibliy op- ened' a gash over Alictun's ,thc Tlicrc is 11 mix-up in the report of iiic ClaDby-Airearn fighL The papers invLhcAVfrsk-'-csterdiiy rcrcivc.l i ;v ieport-.Lo the effect ...that Aheain won, "arid thp evening .ph'pets recijivcd a report which read visa, versa. WfiicJi is correct, if. 'cither, tlic Hzrahl is at a loss to know, jus L' at The above is. a Morning paper report, tlic appeared Herald: yester- day. that club on further agreed noL to.engage in a con- tcyt Drevioua to that. dale. 0. vs. S..O..E.. Games start at 8-l.v; visitors v.-cl- coinc. _ general election. It'was inrther nr plain on' last at a meeting of .the. Conservative associa- tioh, at which-several members of the r fcdcriil government, and one minister spoke. -This wliicJi'is report- ed today in the Ottawa papers, was THE. CATCHER F: Kirk) TV' ho has job on c.irlli? The cu Ichor.' Who seldom gets whal lie tTlie cnLcher. tlic ffainn.ln, front cf film Bloiis.baserunncrs lirond ,of slim With pcfia right. -upper llhib? lohglia it out behind Mip bat? Who gQls-R foil I Un, in tlio LVat? ".Tho.cnt.cher.-.. IVIiq up LliGi-o, bouml lowln And .tries hla Jovol beaf to grin lU'Iien abinc. baBo-vuiiner splltea his 'shin? Tlie oflCn (ilmiy hopes to dio? The catcher.- TVho honcsitp spar up to the tljy? The cnlciier. I think' K Heaven' is too small For nil Ihc ball, Tlilfi go there fin I of The ciilcherl NoL Likely Anything Left Over Charity -Wl en' 'Are T id At' the meeting of-the- Cpnadii-.i -'.mntcLr Hooliov aBBOelsticn. In .r. -Jlfiifera] Hy Cieorsc.1V fnwlcr Con- Mbudiv Claiide msmta lor who, m KoijinEGii, announced tlial the unal: lh ilousr. "ccupics ii scat .almost im- jirococds or tlio iiino .Unii Gap aames lliai, occupied by played tuis moatli, .totalled As bu "eorie. .ind.well.w-itlnn the sound the expenses iiic ined_ i nij LI L various, games, the travelling ho- :el ..expenses of the conteiiifiirr learns .were net i impo Me lo Icr it slate, what i'.tuouut; .will be left for before tliccR will be a general dec ctarilalie objects, to ivliifli anj- resi- licipc.Ujc govcniment-will ac- due must be devoted, but U is iirett: -tbo challenge of. tlie Liberals, eertain tlmt Iho balance.will not reach OL ln ]i ltt I i-iored goin; to the jany great uam.. Teams who nave ex LII inlrV as soon iis the dc- jiiciiEe sheets to be met nT lo o Uo it Inil hti.n done de ForL-Wiiiiim nros of in ctqr d UIL in n b r for ind ancl Jd L regret moaton.Kskimc l.won scacs ''ir lowlci iclcrrcil to a sonie- liAt Mftpl Lpccth dclueiul Hen a ,r TT ''Wiir 1 C.i ih un in t'ie house ic ClJrtAl IIAIlt cwith in vInch tlic latter !nd point chiefly because ol a speecb ui-lils .voice. L VCrl K TOP 1 LI C1ION .'Irom Mic1 Mr. 11 uol be long H -'are two ol the new styles in Fit-Reform Spring Overcoats. Tlit .model on the left u'a'Vound Mail's Ovci-codt, witli inverted pleat in the hack. '-The other Overcoat is the. new. Fit-Reform GhcstCrfieJJ. Sec llicin. jVlbKelvie McGuire -F-EW FOLKS Hair that losoi its color am lustre Mu luMu slid that Hon or if fades, tiirus gray, dul] anti 'iiot go lo Belgium lr> cansrd bv i lac ot siiljlmr i ike put" in Uic but to Ihc liaii'' Our gramlrnotlior hi; liad been in Canada tlic inciubci1 Eoc 'up a mixture of Sage Tea nnd Sulphur; the-war broke out. to.keep her Joels dark and Ubrrb dcUjrod he and thoukr.nda or anil ,inl icn ifc un lie not -value than even color tint luip lo go to the front :.shade .of'i ir nWdi Is so sllncl u tlic cotclusioii of lit deorse ive; us'e only "this old-time recipe.- iroslcr.'ii speech -lliis evening, F get this r iieus c-xiroll ot Soillh Cnpe lilclnn cill asking at anj dniB store 'or k Pd -vtlcnlion to tic of pcJi uO-cent bottle of ant ticil siupcis m tie Lountrj nnd T" Sulphur CompoiiDiI fcircil to Hit nips, of Mr FoxUer the pu ivenly, that thosi m llic nobodv can poasiblj- tell it ims been Jlalj listened mil ijljuo rd of the It o'l dinilruff ,VOrds ul Su fteorge Foitcr express scalp.; itching and ulllni? hair cd cinb.irrassmchT dampen a sjloilga or loft! MANY CASES OF Says We Must Keep' Feet Dry, Avoid Exposure and Eat Leas Meat. Stay off the damp ground; avoid ex- posure, keep cat'.less meat, jdviuk .lots of and .abflVe. all take a spoonful, of salts .pcca'slq'nally to keep doivn uric acid. Ilheumatism is caused-by poisonous toxin, called rjric acifl.-whlch Js .-gen- erated in the bowels and-absorbed; in- to the blood. It is tbe kidneys, to filter this'acid from ;the ulood and cast-it out urine. The pores oC the.shin'arc alao'a means oE freeing the blood.orrthls impurity. In damp and.'.chilly..--cold weather .the skin pores are closed, thus the kidneys to do'double become anil sluggish and fall j 'to eliminate this "uric acid which coeps nccuniulalinE and circulating through Ihe1 system, eventually settl- ing in the. jolnls'-atidmuscles-causing ir'ffness, sorezjess, and paiu .called rheunialisni. At the first twinge "of'rheumatism get from any .pharmacy about: four ounces of Jad a tablespoon-, inl in a glass oC; water' and drink be- fore breakfast ea'clr.'morning for a w.cek: This is.said-to eliminate urlo ?cid lij Lite kulnevs to nonml action tliua 7iddlns the blood of these iriipurifics- Jad Silts is inexpensive harmles and Is roatle from the of. grapes ind lemon juice combined litlua j nml is nspfl nitli by thousands qf are auhjeLt to Hefe >ou a pleas ant cffervpsceTt'-lUhJi drink ftoich uric and is to our Urine) s as TI sll For sale h> T D fcismbptliam Co Ltd Diugsists Let h ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE-OF Q IT Y AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE Big Amateur Contest TONIGHT Rubehsky The Rutiljn Muilcal Nut The Boxing Bantams Giving a Scientific vjDflmanvtra- tion of the Manly Art of Self Defence: Jest Marsh Taylor In Monologue! ind: Sidewalk Patter Across thelioraer A Three. Part. Featun of. Mexican SWarfare; Thouaand of Intense and Exciting Scenea SADIE THE DIAMOND BITER A Screamingly Funny .Comedy from the famovt Starftyht Studioi STUNG; BEE Angthtr Comedy that' iiva Side Splitter CONT1NUPD and draw this through "taking one strand a! time; By. morning the hil- but what delHils the ladlea wlthWyeth s Sage and Sulphur -Js that, besides beautifully darkening the JiJiiir nftcr a ;'.lso hrlngB back the gloss and lustra, and gives it an nppeamnce of abund- Sold by J. D. Higlnbotham A. Co., Limited. SENTENCE, ACCQMBLjCEC OF GERMAN RESERVIST .TODAY NGN Nl, March lepcc win IT be lui losert lite mci vas made to upon Richard Maddtn and Air MilchcM Pook who founl ginlt> a Ful umn fmn good thins it eon pellrd m u cased proiluctnn but that it be not cnioiccd for anot'iec HID Ion 1-Mdcr nlso condemneil were He HKiHI OK the proUucc to build the lines fcithec Lnciuiril niripiituit uas nWt- to operaft or hand Jackcd 6e Jietping iniffttmi-dts from tianft.0n1yeitil The ir tlie pioiinct and lUej'M'r Honied I G- M -and dn unf iifaii 1 this oiul tlu Hnil Jjr Mi the huuilrcti to- chenci nca (po- list on was- 01 low built (jfj ind loxi comwmies saul tre Ur i Fen fhoucaini f tht, lion gentle -_.................. -ic THlh MIL mrats Jurv of 13 loi the com? t tax J ;wIJ] prosecute lot tho TTnited Stiles In helping'them under the net. Richard P. German nava' Mr.s-Michcncr didn't blame .them reservist, lo obtHln B faUe American Mr. diiln't Micltpner npxt took no the ppsi- Lion, I'nl tlic ild land Ui t If world s congress to consider tfet iiibjecl of vill be j it San 1 rauctLCo during the J lion a rcpresfut-illTft ot 1. U will Btuud. ;