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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915 THE LETHBIHDCB DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE LETTISH FROM THE FRONT 0 SHAPE FOR ACTION UNDERGOES EXPERT EXAMINA IS DECLARED READY FOR RIGOROUS COURSE OF TRAINING liav.iim, Culm. March Johnson to1, led Hie lulcs oC his wilt orgies In I'aria tills wlicn li vaB examined by iiie bcsL known Am t'rlCHii ijliy.sjci.irr i" Havana, .me) pro UuLinceil in perfect pliyeical coiidllioi" ;uul In aluiue lo btaiul the rigoi-s of tlie ihreo wceliB1 training ft-'aicb is due fo ftis bnlllc with JCBSQ for licavyivcisJjt Theligh iy sclieilulcil Tor Havana ou the morn JniV of 'Sunday. A Et. Louis newspaper cabled Us rfi prcBeiitative liere Lo got tbe exact con tlltion cf I lie black champion. Di an American with MA big prat lice la Havana, was eayased to exam inc Johnson, and asked Lo give tht oxp.cl truth tlio negro, JIG EjiarinR the feelings of Jack Johnson or Jack Ourlcr, wbo is promoting tho battJo Jiere. "Johuann is 25 pounds Enid the [iliytflniari after nfs examina "I believe this is just tlie proper amount of weight, to carry at this time, and that with proper training Johnson be at a perfect weight when lie outers tlie ring. His heart, langs and blood arc in grand slinpc. He shows no signs of dissipation. In fact, 1 say he is thi> best conditioned man T ever have examined, and cap able of standing almost any effort to a human being will be subject- ed." Johnson has wired a ticket to Boh Armstrong, 'who trained him for his battle asainet Jim .Telfu Armatrong IH eximcted to join the Johnson camp the next Jew days, He will train Johnson, and with Frank -Hagriey of Auslrlia.. will act as sparring partner. Gus Rhodes, John- son's couEin, win he in uE tlie detail of.the camp, and Jack Curley has forced an agreement to subject Johiisoii to physical examination at anf timo before the battle, FOOTBALL London, March Following ate the results.of today's scheduled foot- liall games played at the first named club grounds I.-IKST 'DIVISION Bradford City -1, .llolton W. 3. Durnley Manchester United 0. Chelsea J, Ulnrkburn Rovers -3. Era-ton. 4, Notts-County 0. Manchester City d, Shuffield IV. 0. Jliddlesborough 3, Liverpool 0. Newcastle United 1, Ilradfcrd 1. Sheffield United 3, Astol Villa 0. Tpttbuham'.H. 1, Oldhain A. 0. .WestbrorKu-ich ,A. 1, Sunderiand SEebNiy DIVISION Uirnslty 2, Glossop 0. Hirmingiiam '0, Derby County 3. Hlackppol' 0, Lincoln' City 0. Bristol City 1, Leeds City 0. Bury City Ciriuisby Town'1, Arsehal 0. IfudrtccsfifM T. 1, Clapton Orient 1. Leicester Kcssc: 0, Wol.verhampton-3 Nottingham P. 2, Fullham 3. 3, Stockport C. 0. SOUTHERN7 LEAGUE Gillingham'3, Cr6.ydon.-2. Brighton-and IToveO, Bristol R. 0. Cardiff City Mlllvall-A. 2. Exeter-City 0, Queen's Parif R. 1. I.ilton Town 3, Southend United d. Portsmouth 1, Swindon Town'1. Plymouth Norwich City 2, ffesHiam U. 3, Sputhainplbn 0. Crystal -.Palace Watiard .1. AHEARN BEATS GANB Hew York, N.V.. Mnrch YounE Aheurn, Ennllfll, mlWie- wnlRlit champlonp .easily .defeat- ed Itullan Joo GaiiS ot BrooX- lyn in'a'10'round -bout- In Brook- lyn tonight. Ahearn was the ugprcnftor tliroilghout, Gana revering up uiul holding frc- The bell saved Cans lu Ihe BevenUi round. Second Baseman GCOXRC oi Ihe Brooklyn ijoilgcrs, !ms signet ri new -two-year contract with no -tcii- clause ,111 it. All the Brooklyn regulars are notv under icontra without the ten-day, clause. Milton Jlecil, the. former Pliilly shortstop, says he jumped' to the hccauso Charley Dooin broke his nose one day last season in a mere :ir less playful scrap in ihe club loivse. Uut since Dooin had been let out by tlld Phillies before Reed jumped, the i-v hanliy logical. Washington has some big men llliong Us rccriiils. jUasscy and irowns. the youngsters irom Texas, .ip the beam a I, IHO -and cspeetivcly, according to a report Loin CharlolUsviiic training camp. Charley Mullen or the Yankees .is infortunatc. lie had tlie light of his ile Lo beat out Walter Pipp for the "u-st base job under the most lavorr iblc cojiditiojis and now he is laid up rith a sore shoulder that is bound to landicap him in the Walter Johnson, upon reporting to he Washington training, 'camp, Hjiitl never Iclt better and that he he- iei'es this will he his bcsl, year in he He means to' get back ill he good opinion o[ Washington: fans y pitching Griffith's' team to a pcn- ani. A FflEWCEV- Cartoon by Baldomero Acosla, U ashing Leu's .ttlc Cuban outfielder, is a right nig oj' now. Kc gained .air inch in heigliL uuing tlic winter and wcighE 151 punrts. He playcii iii tKe Cuban iqnal League all Aviutct with the aaimpiou Havana "Kcils and hit lorii 353: WILL TAKE .Writei.to About Returning to.'Chfeano 'Aftfr the Johnson is'tired oi expatriation, and hopes to return .to [his home in Chicago, where he is un- Charley Herzog of the Reds, having !dtr conviction of-violaling tlie, Mann ound that lie could switch to. a new-act, according to a letter received by osition in the infield1 and make gooil his mother yesterday, "i am gettioK t npiv trying, ..plan fired of knocking, .Johnson's illi Henry G who has lieen.mov-1 letter read. "As soon as I have whip- rt .over to third, with Ivan 01- pcd t will conn'-back: to t'hi-' on taking second.' Frank. Scliuite is glad that 3Ian- cago.and take my medicine, as _ the governnient has fixed it-up tc-r United States ger Bresnhan of the Cubs has put a Clyne laughed, when Hie an'. on niearettes. Schulte says -he! anli District Attorney letter I of of lUDGIi-AFH Cousin Vons Every Inch A Hero .Alan In Tlie Vault THE GIRL AND THE SPY Fixing Their Dads Willis and Dell IRMPRESQ i BC The Home of Big Tilings STOP TONIGHT or TOMORROW A ROMANCE OF OLD HOLLAND A Beautiful Subject of Unusual ivjo Parts. One REEL OF REAL of course. The conclujlon of THE BELOVED ADVENTURER. The' world li brouaht before your eyes by THE MUTUAL WEEKLY Other good Including a song by MR. VAUDHEy PETRIE and Ir.jtrumental Music LOOK AT THE PICTURES, rdneiday and Thuriday WHAT'S HIS NAME A story of a ttruck woman, who becomes famous, but home. Friday and Master Mind, and the first.episode of the greatest at LISTEN The Myrtery, To Empress Orchestra Brief. lb.. Broniwicb; 3b j. Contra, r[ Felch, cf Chappell, If.. CatchMB.. I-itchera....... S.ubi ___'.-. CONTINUED FltpM KRONT PAGE j Minister of Ibe Inlsrior Delbrueck' asserted that he WGuId not be worthy in tlie present situation if lie to H.err 'Ledebour's.speech. "Per every one do (dared the minister, hour 'will be FOR 1915 i his bitterest memories. Herr iiittiuf Fielding eritfcism is iihcoiistitulioa: ,987 al and .insulting in form.-and is rected" t'saiTKtrthe most honored'army leader. War Hai Taught Unity THE GREATEST OF ALL SERIAL STORIES "RUNAWAY JUNE" By George Randolph for particulars. .344 .246 I3JO .27-) .304 .070 .928 .273 1176 .270 .376 ,955 .958 (By Hugh 3. Fullerton) Li.'uiod.to quit under hin own! or- i Johnson wants to come back had The''cbWtn Whit.-SdV aooear at ers Now that the orders For the. last month, there aba' t.-_ ,...._ v..._ tolhave been.more lawyers here, to h .5 !me on his behalt than Jack Johnson v-ill hi. -ihli. tn mv in vi-arc st !8 transformation that makoi the vilj DC Jbie to n .icars. .He is I .me from his hoss-he will have vo up lo them "The war has thught us. thai we are materially' and morally richer than -we a'n'd th'at the'German father-' jland is p' holy treasure for every Ger- man 'without consideration of rfe'iiEfou cr parly. Matters which divided ,us In times of peace now have been act aside Jo thie InipeHabable success, which offers new proof, to the enemy of the economic and- moral .invincibil- ity of the German people-" Lliivine more lawvcrs than" ahv roan in probatly'no record in 'rc-'i chieaVh There ceut years ,oi a major league -team going to tiic training' 'camp without ;i recruit pitcher, hut-this is. the case with the Phillies this sntine. Dc- Uiares is the only new member pi. the staft and he. is a tried player secured ill a trade. Eildie the, Toronto secDiid-baseman sold.'to thfi Boston and who.-at. first rcluse.d'to repoitr lias changed his wanted .more 'hioney 'ttian was' offered him hy became convinced that this is" not a' big mon- ey' year for recruita. Pitcher: Arthur .Mil- waukee semi-pro who '.went', south with 'dis- couraged he had no: chance panted .jiis goods' anil' departed witli- out saying good-bye to any., Npt- tlio kind of disposition, that' will inake good BNOU1SH'TEAM WON- fliascow, an inter- league' match here'today the English football. league won froni the. Scot- itish league by folir. fioa.ls to one. The lollbw.ing-aro tlie results of. the Scot- tish league football games'. played to- day -on the grouiuis'-ol. the. first nani- club.: i'.-' Hearts 3, ParllcV.Thistle 1. AVr; IJintcd 1.-." >St, iUia'cn 3, .Vsirk.Q. Hamilton'Academicals.0', Falkirk I. Kiim'arnpck 3, Dilmbli'iph i, Hiberhiaiis Motlienvell ;0. Aberdeen 3, Airdricqnians 0: VANCOUVER JS HANDICAPPED. WITH GRIFF.3 QUT-OF THE GAME TONIGHT With Si Grifiis out of the ganie with .a fractured tlie couver team in their (int. gaipe with .Ottawa lor the chftiuplonsMp toulglit. tit the coftif will .be-seriougly Tbe' captain of the coiRt chain pa WM- injured in. a recent 'svltb Port-; land. GrlfflB'Vabienoe from1..the; game tonlsht will militate; asMn the tbe Vancouver-tea to no'little-extent .League Bllrrow..p, .Brpu'gHon'Haiigcrsii, Keignley 3: Hullll, Wigan 8.: tliihslct- 3, St. s. Wiir'rliijton i. Olahum' S.-'HoddorsHeW 28. Swlntpn 5, 'Thj'tlBe'itleil It tit to VouT BO mrich- Mr. DOS RESENTS "TIPPERARV" Ovintf With j Name Who Will Be Neutral Saleni, self-respecting -Qerj nan dog, be- he dachshund or..hp, wou'jd .stand.-for anyone' BlngiiiK presence' And, :how.. what, right has.a Lilian -nained f i- I Goeppn'er te. sing The Toronto .Globcjhas .-been..- Tfry Aoem't acemTifhl. Stein is u bulldog, raised by a and dlMlpllni, busy lately principals j of amateurism in family .on isJ.time and one ofaoepiiiier'B cnce ol the.O halt to Hem published in the ;CUobr; the, ap- parent eltprt was nearly, chewed off. Goeppner 1 ancpimced, that: strict er points put and then .goes .on .16 .fixtures' played.-i Comharisoh of this-kind..is mi ly 1100 peopleV-AlfeiTJlle REVItE WREHTLihiu fjisw Vort, March Boverqlnj: dOll -STwllhij mmti .Toronto: iajBue race moro .uncertain it eurt- dea. c'hanee of n iiopelefls club to one of the.pennant pCBfllb.'jties', combined with, the smash-up of the Athletic ma- chine" makes for a Jreener; race than the .'Aiveilciin-has had In years. The White Sor are -wonderfully via. London, age was unimportant.. Four, :pL tha "truce oi am; j aircraft started "Truce of God1 Berlin, March 20; vl: so-celled one the political parties suffered, a' bad breach in the Reichstag today, leading tc exciting-' scenes, such as have been unknown since the "war be- gan, and revealing aii'apparent rift in HLLSTO CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE. of their caught them- underwits1.- lire' as-.-they; were falling back: heavy 'CAIUNTORR TORPEDOED March 22. The Britjsh. earner Cairntorx- has been, torpedoed- but the crew iras ,KEPPS RAID Paris, 'Zeppelins invadwl- this city Sunday; morning dropped a dozen dam- tbe SuciB.'ist theatel ves. the additiou Itnd and'Eddie CoJllQB; but more sc by. inspirit tliBt has not; "in the team :since the led it. "We're going flomewhere this sea- Tbmt la the express II. j CONTINUED FROM FRONT. PAGE .'feel It. The spirit was 'with them .at Paeo iproVincul .government, occupied the CI1HOONCII Oise, but _ the others .havinEf turned back. Germ'anB-Take. V Gen cording.'tp left RottBrdam ,-oii don with V and TURKS REINFORCE DARDANELLES GARRISON Athens, March- .20, London, March Turkish forces RohlM, and eierj'. j-', then It i attention, of-the coimiuss'ioners, and hu Iporeaied. the matler oi cultivation of the The .way .in which [boulevards by private citizens, and 'coast of the Gulf of Binyrha have been' land, V nilnpr' ieacuer, has .won over the sowing of grass, seed discussefl. to tlie-ii.uiiihcrjof his men, ynunj and has besn the In Uic case grass !a frontage tax reported that. ;.haye utoulidlng feature of tbf sprinj train- ivoulrt be ir.', while the costibeen sent to the..Bamspu. veteran reporters been -with the Soi year after year Write me that.they neyer felt IUOB and that it'looks like a new-team, aeti like-a new team, and' oi hpule- yariis .would, be cquiyaleiit.'tp .the put- ting-.in, oi inethbil, if it-came-tq.it, .the !'cir- cumstanccs considered the more ecp- COMPLAINT KJ1OM COMMERCE likely .The'matter.ofrthe-complaihtpi the ._; ctmbinatio'ii- village-.'of Commerce re the.cbnnec- :for mechanical have plenty, tb'..win..a .pan withitheTiise of chlotine to obviate HaMii them.fir onc-uib to danger pi typhoid. In 'tliV regulars. E Toronto, Oil., NIXT March r.: for L dec'lafpn'. HtBlan Durtai of. holder of lie ScDllIni champloasiii) of America, from Fraik. B. Hagney. who If .In Hav- WHALEiOAT BADE ON PACIFIC 1 Oakland. March wo- hM wpl o 'ctdnlb i that .he Will im'Of 20iOOb; cubic lect; and .the fraction-'of sewerage' at present was infinitesimal, beinf 1 over la.Sflfl' The cause of typhoid ai Gom- mercr wai probably such as milk.. .due to. Recent games in the -Wrinht Checker .tpurnamcnt at that he will A follows :by the mid: Wright ;o Cup c; 4 Johnatoii 'ran- j of .Torbntp-hi.'easy. la's' In! r the Hail play-off MBlTllle's today, whlcli was (ho first of tbe kind fimri. All itilpteiciiutives be pres- pnl-the-Pa'clIlCiCOESt.-. Reed 3 will: meet j 'for Wrisiit in Mocii I vs. Eullfrton, Hamlr Cirri John- :vi.Fot rwt, Bncaaji fii.-Stewart; Vouni TB. oh the Dardanelles. TAKE SALTS TO Eat Icii meat If you ftal Bidiichjror Bladder troublei -Is fine for Kldneyi.' Meat'IoniiB acid., which" excites and efforts 16 vnlter" it .frtin'.. the system. Regulareaters of Itie, kidneys pccasionajlj-.V'sTpg re- lieve tiiem lilte pbii relieve' els j 'removing all you feel dij the 'kidney region., sharp back or. sick Viind the weather hjiTe rheumatic cloudy, full channels prtt'n get obllsiiig you to.get iip two or thren Mines V durln'K th To nsulralite thex irrltBtjng tcW: and'llnih.pft t ORPHEUM I VAUDEVILLE OF Q U A L I T Y AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE Wiiiston IN A b'.QM'ESTJC THE !'FAM1LY 45 Laughi in 46 Dolly Freedmao The Nightingale of Canada. In the Clutch of the Ku Klvix KJan A Stirring Part FeMiini deillng wKh' dttperate of famoim Outlaw .u Feet of Date Miners' Benefit 'for Destitute Families cet .'about.' four' ;'Jad Salts f rpm any pharniacy take-., a' tafilR- spqpnfur rgla'ai: -'heforp breakfast ffe'w 'and'Vroiir klidneyi will (lien. act (Inc and bladder dlHjdera .This' Balta Is niade from the. .acid of .grape's aiad combiue'd with lithiaj and- has used to iijuiigis ind'stop-.biadder irritation.- and- nfakritif.'a: effervescent drink--. which of men ailil ra'ea'. take -pair kldhcy Sold by J. Llmittd. -Worner, Alia., March. mo riment "waB aroused 'this -week, wheri: known that' one of 'our business men bad boen summoned to; .assault on; a...farmer; who'i claimed begn the neck. 'The a bearyweisht, whilst the merchantjs lightweight class: Tlic. characterized' the- charger being trivial, and plainarit with the, costs; 'BO- in the ways. Cliarles: Egan, ;.whp' is' back 'after, proloEgedVvlsit to ;-the States, ihinka there lots ,-worse than' Southovn .Alberta. he enositfpQ at.. ,anli.. says" tho" Can'a j --was the' i the best on; the First ;