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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETTTBRinOE HER ALP November 2, 1011. JAPAN PUGILISM IN ENGLAND GETSJOLAR PLEXUS Home Secretary Declares, the "Knockout" Route Illegal Outcome of Johnson-Wells Proposed Encounter The hr.v, if the object anil Intent of the combatants were to subdue each London. Nov. Home Secre- tary .Reginald .MoKemw. has laid down Iho law that any boxing match do.cided by knock-out shall be Illegal iiiegaTon tiiVoTner'natiiTa iu Great Hritatn.. This announce- jsparriug inau-h wherein the object was ment is the result question put toi to win by skill and not by severity of the Home Office by .Mr. Bargerine, injuries intlicted was lawful. The j player: who sought to allay the nervousness {difficulty was in ascertaining whether K of proprietors of halls who hail re-jany i-outost could be kept within thej. fused to take .on the Wells-Moir fightllaw. This depended not niercl) "Y" HOCKEV MEETING A meeting of Y. M. O. A. hockey team uu'mliers a.nd en- thusiasts is called for next Monday evening at 7.30 Iu the ''V" parlors. CHASE BALLPLAYERS OFF VAUDEVILLE STAGE Cincinnati, Ohio. Nov. 2. Baseball FRENCHMAN GIVES ROLLERJIIS BUMPS SEATTLE DOCTOR HEAVILY HAN- DICAPPED AND CROWD WAS DISSATISFIED .Montreal, Nov. 1. Raymond Cdz- eaux the French grapplor took two trafght fulls from Dr. Kollor at Homer Park tonight. The men wrest- ed at Groeco-Komait, which is tho Frenchman's pet style iinti this caused a great deal of dissatisfaction among the crowd had expected H. caten- as- cat ch-ciui struggle, and who consid- ered that Dr. who is? very pop- u'nr llerti s sufficiently handicapped, iu the major leagues will not litted to go iuto vaudeville dur- neither will they -as his opponent was heavier by some thirty pounds. The first fall was taken in forty- two minutes, a had hold in chancery ler going after Caxeaux from the etart, ill, his predecessor, iu the Earle Court! the Karle Court t the next meeting of the commis- the action of the High r-vell advised to take but the doctor, had neither the weight ill introduce the resolution. nor. the strength to down his antagon- Court iu the matter. believes that criticism by fel- players for newspapers has a bad effect on the 'game, because of the 'ill feeling aroused ticism. CUBS PREPARE FOR NEXT YEAR SIGNI UP TWO SOUTHPAWS- FIFTEEN MEN ON PITCHING STAFF Chicago, Nov. Chicago Xa- .tjoniii league ciub management has already started-in to rehabilitate its pitching slafi ioi It is under- stood that lefthaniled twirlers will be in greater favor next season with the t.'ubs and following up this idea, Man- iigcl t'iiance yesterday purchased Wal- ler Xaglf, a big.icfthaiHliT, from I he Kewaik Kastern league club. In addiiion to is the first sieneu since the banishment "f -lack Pfeisler, the Cubs havi- rallied .lake Northrujt of tin- MURPHY SETS RECORD Cincinnati, Nov. the .past reason on the grand circuit, T. W. Jlurphy estab- lished a new record for money won by a single driver during a season. All told Murphy clean- ed up the past season in nurse money, which exceeds his record of two years ago by considerable. work on both sides, but the bont was not ae strenuous as some recent encounters seen at the park. Will Send THm M Olympic Garnet Httt 1'ork, Nov. u b. rem-wentod by a trick .nd team lit tho Olympic games uext uil move In now under way to find out B best mou for each event. What stirred the wan the announcement rscuntly ohjiui would scud a team, the furm.r na- tum Is not going to be outdone In thti nutter of progress by of Its Orl- entkl neighbors when It conns to any- tmng modafn. Some time ago when Krlstian Hollstrora, of the Olympic Committee, the invitation to ,the Japa, they did ly know what to make of it, but "ir, Knno, who Is president of the high er normal schools of Japan, explained tne Idea of it to government. Ac- loraingiy the higher officials have da- that Japan will Bend a team to stock-holm, and those interested atnlellc sport In Tokio and other big cities have been notified to keep a. "no on the belt men In each locality. A committee, composed of Kano, Isoo -Me and Heigo Omorl, has been form- and they are glng to make a care- JUl record of tho best performances ot the contestants in each event and report to the government early in me winter. It is said that the most proficient athletes are in the high scnools, as they have been trained un- uer modern .methods, and it is very nkely that the team will be made up with contestants of this class. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. IHEMMAN, PHOIMI 641 THREE NIGHTS COMMENCING next, Nov. 6th Htrry D. preientt The Stock Co. MONDAY tewster's Millions" Tuesday and Wednesday's bills announced later ARRIVED YESTERDAY i Polish Wrestler Will Demand Match With Gotch Uuffalo, X. Y., Xov. Her- man, manager of Zbyyzko, has receiv-' ed word that the big Polish-wrestler arrived in X'av Vork yeste-rday. He was a passenger on the Augnsla Vic- toria which sailed from Hamburg RKiding Tri-Statt- club, a liis right- uctober ID. conies lo Amerl- MURNANE SAYS MATHEWSON WAS OVERWORKED IN WORLD'S SERIES Prominent' Baseball Authority .Gives Some Live Dope on Athletics and Giants-Both Will Repeat Next Year, saving the day by outgeneralling- Har- ry unvis, who was evidently handling game, and allowing Jack Coombs New who pick- eu the winner in the great_ champion- nip race, can now sit hack aiid look the two teams were evenly Hatched, and won the honors in their leagues with little trouble forced the fourth trip "to the" Quaker to look brave-by remaining in the Ishnder, .s-aiii to tlie real Jinds ot tin1 yrai'. All told tlic pitcli- irig stall' as now consiius (if i.) men, and otlit-rs niiiy Ijc signi'd liffore ihe teaiu embarks next spring for -tin? training camp. Y. M. C. A. Herman declares, tho avow on .purpose of foreiug Fninlc Gotcl! mro y niatctt for the world's chain- pionstiip litle. Forfeit money will be posced in York on Monday. no are pretty likely 'to lautl the moil cy once more next season. The N'ew C. 0. F. BOWLERS WILL MEET TOMORROW FOR PRACTISE BASKETBALL LEAGUE FORMED AND PLAYERS CHOSEN '] wiil 'again boom A. meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters' bowlers, and other members of the order interested in the sport, has been.ciilleU for tomorrow evening, Friday, at S o'clock at the Dominion I Howling Alleys, by ,Capt. Braithwaire. TEAMS' (for the'purpose of u work-out, and also jto decide on the team's campaign dur- the coming season. Among those mentioned for the team are Messrs. trrow I tnkin. llndigeited food and other wtftemit-. which if to AccuBuletl bleed tkc system. Dr. Morx'i Indkn Row Pilk let directly on the bowels, retubtinf the hidneyf, liviiw thin MM strenjth to flttr thi on the tliin, occnix up the For fm hnlth tike Dr. Indian From out in the west in the late 'SO's aura a 'dapper little man, quick of speech, intense of aclion, a German wtth the natural bent on his race for chemistry and experiment, who was later to give jockey clubs of all conn- tries their-most difficult problem foi player solution. This man was "Doc Ring" ma who first practiced, if he did noon the services of Ring were in as much demand as were those of crack jockeys. Bookmakers and ownen who had entries in a race had such a constant "shadow" on him that frequently be had to resort to all lortl of to his "dope" to horwi with- out difclonlnc thi tet, thereby letiw- Inf the oddft against the hone. 'He was not as to ef- ficiency of hl> preparation if It were mlmjnlstered more than minufM before the actual running of the race, nd on more than one occasion he the night at Home stable and was smuggled Into the stall when no one who might betray the secret was Music and Drama (Conducted by "THE DREAM GIRL" Well, Played by Juvenile Bostonians. Those who-did not have an oppor- at hand. love. At the end of three months returns to'lhn city; he promises to wrilc to Gwynncth, but is engaged to a city girl and soon forgets Wio :imity oi witnessing the pccfonnanc- of thc mountains. Six months s of the clever Juvenile Bostonians the dtv duriiiB their engagement here, missed p.u.t ot tho in' a genuine treat. The company con- the .mountains with friend who iB eluded, their stay here by thc uerior- the' of ,.8w mance of. a new play at the Majestic -H-.iroId and his wife Theatre last evening before an en- fhc arc who readily re- by a storm anil lose their way Ua- cognizeci thc clever work of the com-. find's'iiWlf'again in pany. The new play submitted was homc or Gwynncth to whom lie rom the pen of Mrs. Lang, the till- tol- hcr 'tfl cnted guide of the company. In view On day of the fact that thc production had directs tllenl to thdr only been rcliearsert briefly thc per- rejects all recognition ormance as givcn on this occasion kindness, sadly reflecting upon vas a glittering success. The ability the. perfidy and weakness of man's >f Ihc Juvenile Bostonians cannot bo cowardice.- ucstioiied, there being nothing wood-: TWO big; >.Car- cn or amatiiurish in their work. As.menilii the hlg western' an acting and singing unit the com- picture, and "How :She Triumphed" pany. is well, worth' the price of ad-, isvan interesting'comedy, a scream mission. It is not a cheap organic- from starl finish" tn all tihis js a tion, hut a.high class travelling Ju- program, and shooU aot be vemle singing and. acting force which missed by anyone, deserves recognition from any audi- ence. The singing of the Juvenile Bos- tonians last night was again full oi brilliancy, there being no straining after desired effects. Misses Doris Canlicld aiid Rose Henry played "and sang witli abundant vivacity, while- the good efforts of the Misses Dixie Brewster's That delightfully fascinating and brilliant comedy "Brewster's-ilillions" will be the opening bill preienlcd by the Harry D. Marr's Majestic Stock Co., who play a three-hights' engage- iVhitc and Thbmie Hcllen cauchl. the commoncinE on. Monday next, incv nf th. nnrfio p November 6, at the -Majestic Theatre, ancy of the audcncc A company of In One of w the c. Ubre oi the Juvenile Boston- ]ongest baggagc cars bnfugh ans should always make a stellar at- the Canadian railways hr.any the- ised to transport Tactlon, "The Chocolate Soldier" atrlcal company, is the enormous amount of scenery and The management of the Majestic cSef ?he 'heatre informs me that it is verJf beat stock company actors on the Am- irobable Lcthhridge wfll liave ail op- erioan stage today, hat ample scope o! hearing "The Chocolate to -show his ability a> an' artist of Soldier." This comic opera is. one of the highest assisted ihe present successes in the east and by Mabel leading -woman, s clever in its construction, both as Tne yjlcnt scene In the third act, In- 0 diajogue and music. inlI1K effects is eonajdered one of eluding thc storm at sea. with ilght- T most beautifuland best in stage At the Eureka Jchanlca. A complete and interesting (irograin The wil1 here three presented to the patrons of the on Monday, Nov- again 'last night. "Tho, OiVl "mtKr f'tK wlth prlcei tat 1 t.he is a splendid pic- ure, which has a i tragic depth, to that strikes tho. heart and pene- rates the vital. and ennobling spark love. Harold. Ur'andon, a young rokcr, seeks rest in the. mountains, is welcomed, into the home of tovirf Lewellyn, who has daughter, wynneth, with whom he (alls, in change of programme nightly. .A KIC1IEH STRIKE "Is it true that Maude refused man worth a "H is." "Was she craxj; or in She. accepted a man worth two millions." HPAlfh 10, "Joy 10, th, hd M.1 work and dilution, ;