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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.BTHBR1DG E DAILY H E R A L M PAGE THREB MAJESTIC JS MAJESTIC LAST TIME TONIGHT MISS MARIE TEMPEST THE WONDERFUL SALISBURY WILD LIFE PICTURES NIGHT AT 8.30 "Nearly Married" Marriage Of Kitty" Edgar Selwyn'i Jolly Farce of Her Great Com.dy Success American Scene and Interest LEAGUE BATTING HONORS Night, 26c and 15c something'over .Beat him V Not with an-army corps .once he RCtt TONIGHT, Tennyson's Poem ENOCH ARDEN SALISBURY WILD LIFE PICTURES ARE WONDERFUL Chicago, May n.-Veteran, o the American leagua are assuming among it. lea-dins, according dii.laced Oroh, Cincinnati, leader HI. average ip in league, ship in the easrai so setting .the pace for- the base-steal- eri. His batting average Is .412 and he has 13 thefts to bis credit. formerly a Western o Canada player Jaw. with ENVIABLE' RECORD From the way he has started oul fly Cobb is on his way to make it nine years in a rbw. Starting in 1908 Hans Wagner led his league four yearf in succession at .hat, and thereby es tablished a record up to that date. Beginning his rush the altcr- ,1907-Cobb has led the batting order n, controlled the destiny of the. cague-New York, 1'ittsbiirg and Chi not only carried: away all' pennants lor that but vet nearly always one, two, three. But, as affairs now look, a sail cloud has conic across the (lay i their glory. The under dogs dc veloped a bite. Boston broke th spell last July, and there s-a bUiK ing possibility now ahead that no of the old-time triple, ruler will finish in the first division. All this i. logical enough. Weakucs and general decay near y always to tow in the sucpeas. T greatest trainer for the future is tb Sard luck that deve ops a capacrt for fortitude against fate. Ihe a that one breathes at the top is gen crally too rich for the.system in the way of further development. Aecordlne to the late Mr. Newton practically everything that goes up has to come down. On what scientific plateau, then, docs be array Ty Cobb, who up nine years ago and has never opmo down since Philadelphia Chicago.. Boston Pittsburg Cincinnati Brooklyn St. Louis New York 9 Maver A BIG FOOTBALL ONE OF! What London RingJollowers Said of Welsh-Ritchie Fight The oponine game of the soccer teason will take place at the ball park on Monday, May 24th, at 11 o'clock sharp, whsn Lsthbridge C.P. B. team will clash with Medicine Hat C.F.R. team for the Ewort cup. This is bound to be a great match. FThe teams have developed consider- able rivalry since the cup was put up In 1113 by the local jewelry store, signified of the cup, lor competition football In IMS Medicine Hat took possessioL of the trophy by defeating Lethbridge by a score of: 1 to 0. Last year a draw game resulted when Lethbridge attempted to lift the emblem at Me- dicine Hat. -The score was 2 to t lie "Hatters' retained the cup. Lethbridge is going out after the trophy on the with a strong team, and there is little doubt but what the Hat eleven will here with the best'that can be mustered the gas .city. BERG DEFSAfS OAVISCOURT Sandport, Idaho, Mar wrest !ing Saturday night Nick Baviscourt, Mlenshury po- liceman, and John Berg of Marie at the Sandpomt Athletic club, was ey the latter, who took four fall out ot seven at the physical Davisoonrt weighed 220, Ber Bilng 35 ownAs lighter. JEFF HAS, PHSUMONIA Los Angelas, CaiTiay IV.-James Jeffries, former .heavyweight Cham Bion if tie world, who has been ill o WuMDla for the IMffonr dayt, was StM to. be ne cold. nine days; ago, which MIMANABIE (New) .-June 17 1 MIMANABIE (New) ..July 15 MCTAAAMA ...July it For Ml partievlara aeply to any W. C. OAWY, 210 rortafo Avefiue. St. Louis................................. Philadelphia Perdue, Oriner and Snydcr and Killifcr. Pitlsburg at Boston, postponed on account of rain. Cincinnati at Brooklyn, postponed, wet grounds. Chicago at New York, postponed, wet grounds. AMERICAN w. i Detroit......... 18 New York JJ lw 12 pic- at Chicago Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia 11 30 9 .680 .867 To those who are looking for an op- portunity to spend E really protitab'.e and enjoyable two hours, the Salis- bury Wild Life pictures, which are now being shown at the 'Majestic Theatre, will prove more than accept- able. They are by lar the most won- derful motion pictures ever brought to Lethbridge, and are worthy of the patronage of everyone. An apprecia- tive audience thoroughly enjoyed them last night, and were amazed with the wonders of nature which the pictures to aptly unfold. See are worth while; THE ORPHEUM Rita 'Paul is an unueually clevei vaudeville act at the popular play house this week. Their complete )71 .4C2 .407 .357 .346 and Wilson. That the Welsh-Ritchie fight ures, which are to be exhibited he Variety theatre Friday and Sat Pprrvn- rday of this week will prove mi- milk, Perrin ensely interesting to all lovers o BoBton at lean and scientific boxing is beyond t Rroumis, eradventure, 'judging by a paragraph r two taken from a report oi the ___ ncounter the day. after it occurred, weather. "Rapid footwork and much innght- ig 'were pronounced features of the attle The British victory was cheer- Baltimore d to the echo, although there was ome dissatistactibn among, the Am- ricari spectators'at .'the .'decision, be- cause neither man was bested at the hnish. 'Although Welsh scored _ the greater number of blows, those ,01 the Lmerican appeared to be more tell- ng. It was a fine exhibition oi boxing. Neither man went to the' floor, and the struggle' during the, last six rounds was of a hurricane character. Welsh was the quicker and tapped Ritchie repeatedly on the face, flnal- y drawing blood. The American tried continually for a knockout, but, either he was short or. Welsh, got in- side and under the swing. Ritchie broke down when the deci- sion was given against him and was in tears when he went to his dress- ing room. He refused to talk then, but later at his hotel he said 'Tdo not intend to make a 'holler, but I do think the least I should have got was a draw. Welsh' was holding all the time and I was do- ing the fighting. Therefore, I don't think the decision was 'air to. me. All the old-timers are agreed' that the fight was one of the fastest and finest exhibitions of -boxing witness- ed in London in recent years; .Some Of them expressed the, opinion that Ritchie would have come out on top in a'flnish fight. The Welshman's footwork and dodg- ing were far quicker than the .Am and he preferred much of the thne to get to close quarters where ftltchie could not use his powerfu During the last four rounds Ritchie orced the fighting, trying hard for r [nock-out, while Welsh win Philadelphia those nterested in theatricals; also to the as this artistes recognfaed as the earliest interpreter of.hish- comedy 'on the English-spsaktng .tageS as a hlgljly. cultured and charming woman, who is quite as-high S-EngHlh sociallife as she Is In her chosen- profession, .privately, she is Mre Cosmo and of Lord Alexander Gor- "The. Marriage.of Kitty" that she for and then toured .the Engnsn. Scotch and Irish cities with the same success. Across, the ocean her vivacity, sense; of humor and charm of person and manner were ag- ain find lobe irresistible in this and other comedies, On .her. present tour, which extends from coast to coast, sue by her own company from the F'.ayhouse.-'London, inciuamg ff Graham Browne, who has a long 1st of successes to his credit'in Bng- and, and is also noted for several of R own productions. Mail orders for seats are now being received, and the regular seat sale wirl open at the Hedley Drug Co., on Wed- nesday next, May 19. PARAMOUNT PROGRAMME AT THE EMPRESS "The Circus a photo-play ad- apted from Georse Burr McCutcheon's famous novel "The Rose in the drew a large attendance 'last night and was conceded to the best photo- play of the kind so far shown in this city. The title role was admirably taken by Theodore Roberts, who was ably-supported by an excellent com- pany, and the play was one which closely held attention to the finish. "A Bird's a one.of the un- approachable Keystones, a man who requires a turkey for dinner, fin- ally acquires one, with. ultimate re- sults 'which' are astonishing, while the achelor brother: has trouble with "His Sister's Kiddies." The Top- cal Budget .'gives late .war news, and be popular Lyric. Quartette will slMf at nine .o'clock, the only time this even- feature for tomorrow and NOW-A-DAYS IT'S VARIETY THE THEATR.E FORMERLY THE BIJOU "The Jackpot Club" A Thrilling Drama of Crime and Criminals A Fight in the Gulch A Stirring Western Drama full of Thrills and Action Of Sersamlng sura Gloom Diapelltr Eleanor Moran Your Popular Favorits In the Latest Song Suocssat. H. R. Cooper POPULAR VOCALIST Wednesday and Thursday THE GRAYHOUND A Five Part Deep Sea Masterpiece Pearce Rancher to Stand Trial on Charge of Murder A N S WE R S J C H., Ritchie is not entitled to the Hghtwjlght title because he was given the popu- lar verdict in New York recently over Welsh. It was a no-decision bout and the only way Ritchie could 'haw.-re- gained" the lightweight crown was by a.knockout. Welsh-is undisputed cham- P1Ritchie lost his title to Welsh in London, July Positive Relief of digestion 'and from indigestion and always secureo M certain -and gentto biliousness- Beecham's Pills nK. The. Thursday will be "The Better a four-part romance by Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady, LL.D., produced un- der the of -David Belaeoo, and Mary Pickford will be .with us next "Mistress CLABBY ANft GIBSONS New York, N.y., May Gib- bons of St. Paul and Jimmy Clabby of Hammond, .Ind., claimants of the world's middleweight prob- ably open the new Brighton Beach A. C., May 31, stepping 20 rounds. Harry Pollok" has forwarded terms to both men, and replies are expected.shortly: The winner will be matched with Young Ahearn, the clever British mid- FIVE POWERFUL 400 STIRRING SCENES CONTINUED FROM FROKT The prpmoUra i are, still -.trying, to up for a A for. Labor Day, .l. A for.later.m: w. year the Brighton Seach William Barnaby, a schoolboy, aged ten, swore, however, that hearing oi the arrangement between the two men, he stood on his father's barn, some 500 yards away, and first saw ZoeCe- man ride up and get off his horse and go into the dip: Soon after Coxton rode .up from -the cpposite direction and into the dip, and almost immed- iately he heard a shot, and saw Coxson ride back out of the dip The boy told has father what he had seen and went over'to the spot, where Zoeteman was found in an unconscious and dying condition, with a number of gunshot wounds in his left eye and left side of his face. Claims Dead Man Carrlsd'Kmfs According lo the evidence of rancher, who was staying at Coison s bouse, Coxson came back, and some conversation nver school trouble, Coxson said "I went up to meet Zoeteman and met him coming. As soon as he saw me coming, he tied up his horse. I got off my horse and he came running towards me When I got oft my horse, I put the gun down, and went towards Zoeteman. I thought he had a knife, and'I ran hack and got the I told Zoeteman to keep away several limes, but he kept coming and 1 fired, and after I saw what was done I came away.' Crown Proieciitor W. M. Campbell, K.C., closely Questioned each witness1 called with regard to Zoeteman being armed, but no trace of any fii-earms or knife was apparently'known to the witnesses. MaclMd Gray appeared for the accused man. WOUNDED SOLDIERS COMING HOME IN LARGE Ottawa, Out.. question of caring for Canada's badly wounded soldiers when they return to this coun- try is the Question that, Is engaging the military department at'present. Several small dettchments ot wounded have already arrived home from the fighting in Flanders. Heavier drafts will cross in the coming weeks, to pass'upon the Atlantic the reinforce- ments which are going to take the places which ther cannot occupy igaln._________________________, ;