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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta iwrnnaeit THB D A I h 1 HERALD Chicago, 111., Nov. ID-round mntcli between Pack- oy McFarlsnd and Freddie Welsh -for the, lightweight championship of the world, to he held at Now York, probably in January, was practically agreed upon hero today. De-. tails' will be adjusted at a meeting of McFsrland, Welsh, the present title holder, and James Johnstono, the promot- er, at New York, next Wed- nesday. FRANK BAKER AS A SCRIBE Column and Hslf on Three Short During tlie series we read cdlumni o( reviews by tall Tto -way they are written usually Is much alter the style of Frank Biker, who exported during the reoent The reporter who had the job in charge descended to the Athletics' dresiinr roonl tlle first game, sharpened his pencil, got ills notebook ready and waited for Ba- ker to' commence dictating. Baked .look; oft one. utonklng and said: is certainly some pitcher." The reporter got that down and hopefully, while Baker tore off another stocking and said: "OoSmy eertalnly hasted a couple today." Another long pause while Baker continued disrobing, and finally said: '.'Don't roast any good fellows." Result: One and one-hall cols. "By Frank Baker. SAMf OLD STORY Saturday afternoon and evening at Edmonton, Willie Hoppe and Mel. 3n- man divided on the green table. The usual happened. Prlnctton and Vale Play sooner Princeton, N.J., Nov. and Yale tied'up in soccer today; with a. soorc of 1 to 1. In California Ca1, NOT, University defeated tha Unlr.rslty of at loccer today, 2 to 0. Socc.r at St. Louis 8t. Louis is tfylnr out ilx-a-sidB to- door soccer SEND THIS TO SOME OF YOUR BEST FRIENDS If I Should Die Tonight If I tonight And you should come to my cold corpse and say, J Weeping and heartsick o'er 'my life- less clay, If I should' die tonight And you should come lu deepest grief and woe And say, "Hero's that tan dollars that I I might arise In my liirsa while cru- vat And say, If I should die tonight And you should come to my cold corpse and kneel, Clasping- my bior to show the griet you 7 Hay, if I should die tonight And you should coinft and there and then, Just even hint 'bout-'imyln' me that, ten, I might arise tlio whilo; But I'd drop dead again. King. BOWLING AT Y.MiC. A. VERY CLOSE GAME Knox teat (he Campbell, .Wilson Home team two, i'iines .Saturday night on the Y.M.C.A. bowliag alleys. The llrst settled by a margin two plus, the closest score .yet in the league. Score; Harris .v 161' 129 Prowse .163 .BonniBl! ;r. .'145- 165 -109 ampfeill, Wilson Home- Smith.. Mcllveas IBS Home.. ...i... 116 407 Tonight BoardiDK club TS.' Union Bank. Rorol Bunk vs. Herald. HI 141 PELKEY BEATS HARRY SMITH AT: PLYMOUTH London, Nov. a keenly con- tested fight, at Plymouth, last night, the Canadian heavyweight, Arthur Pelkey beat Harry African champion, on points. Sehultt Tiket Up Gold tank Schnlte, famed for his long drives on the diamond, is swinging a club on.thfl .ihise days, and get- ting just u much power behind it ai the Best In the World, and It la Made in Canada Prices: to JW.50 Not how eniaa, but hew COOD., THEY ARE QUARANTEEO D, E, MacBMID Agent Indian Motar CyelM. Phone 1032 411 tth St Expert IMte Sharpenera VERY UECTURii By. pjsjQF. MUST -WIN That' the people or Great Britain realize with every llbre (A the tlem- ocracy, that tins .been built up through the. centuries iu that old land, that Britain a war lor that! same principle' of democracy, aiul i that "they will continue to fight lor I that principle until the last man and I tho last dollar, is his opinion of this j expressed on Saturday even-- Ing at tho' Central scbool liy Prof, i and. liisj opinion'is -based, not on mere roading of .others' opinions hut from ohsetvatloas lie. maUe during a month spent., in. England after the outbreak of the ,war.. Prc-r., Kerr's address way timely and -a good augury lor the series of extension, lectures to. bft given during the winter by mc.nibers of Uie faculty of the University. -The school audi- torium held a, splendid crowd who thoroughly .appreciated the 'iirofessor's remarks. The address wai -on "Tire Begin- nings the Great War, and some Experiences- in England af- ter the Outbreak.-" Prof. Kerr start- ed bacic'-in history, and drew an an- alogy. Greece and Romehad come And' They had risen by the 'i sword; maintained their power by fche -sword, and extended their dominions by the sword. While they had great nations and had ex- tended a .measure'of good govern- ment, it had been forced on conquer- ed territory.1 rather than allowing those -benefits; to 'come from within. Prussia, :'ltpQ., has risen hy the sword, jit the expense of Austria, after having sfo- sorbed the German kingdoms round about, ipfiiflad of: being a last resort, as in democratic nations, has always been, considered by Germans as the first instrument'of diplomacy. They wanted, a .thing'; they threatened; if the "threat-did not work, they used On. the. other hand Great Britainfs expansion, has been along more ,ljne. The outstanding eveuts iu her rise to greatness are Oharta, the Bill of Rights, the Reform: Bill, the extension of the and other democratic vic- tories which 'have made her great from within. Germany' has' a wonderful defense She believes lirst that it is one of: the laws'.of nature 'the surviv- al of the fittest'; -second, that it is the--best- teaching, in discipline her young nlen can-have, and third, that it. teaches- self-rsacrifice. Prof. 'Kerr then1 went on to de- scribe events of: the past1 twenty years that have almost plunged Europe in- to seizure of Kiao Chow, the celebrated telegram dur- ing the Boer war, the forced resigna- tion of wthe French foreign secretary in 1904, the attitude of Germany in the seizure of Bosnia and Herzgovina by -Austria and the Morocco affair in 1911 At ;the conclusion of his address, Prp'f.1 Kerr dealt 'with some personal observations m England after the outbreak of .the, great war which led Kimf'toTtne'he'libf-th'at there could be- onlj one outcome oi the struggle, the. downfall of- Prussian militarism. During the evening pleasing piano solos were rendered b> Misses Aileeu Jones and Meryl O'Hagan Chairman Higinhotinun of the school board pre- sided, ASSISTED GERMAN RESERVES Canadian Soldier A mi Get- ting for Dirty Work Ottawa, Ont., Nov. military, guardman, said to ,be a Canadian citi- zen; has been arrested at Chippewa on the serious charge of assisting German reaervisUs across the border It Is said that the prisoner was re- oejving a rake-off from even man whom he succeeded in getting past the immigration authorities This IE the eecond charge of this kind laid since the war commenced, a man named Schaeffer being now held for trial at Montreal for assist ing Germans and Austrian s to get awaj The charge is treason and the punishment is death MOVE INTO HOME New York, NY, Nov P Morgan Co moved today into the building erected lor thefr exclusive use the southeast corner of Wall and Broad streets The cost of toe building and ground estimated at and the building is be- Hered the moit expsnshe of its kind In the morld The building is four stones Its exterior la of Tennessee marble and its interior of foreign marble, finish ed with Qinamental bronze In the basement of the building ft a vault of the- moat modern type for the safe keeping of securities The door of the ranlt. weighs 32 tons C H n all known CPR nflneer, is it Medicine Hat flNff IM rf ._ it! nUt. SEE THE THRILLING "COLLISION AT SEA9' Actual Scene in This is but one of the big fea- tures on.Tonight's program HOG DON'T MISS: THE SEASON'S BEST Violin To-morrow Night AT 8.30, AT Knox Church 'Under Auspices of Knox Choir, by the .following Artistes: Mr. Theodore Fossmu PIANIST (Pupil of Maurtiz Moszkovski, Paris) Layton SOPRANO Mrs. W. J. Nelson ACCOMPANIST SAM SADOWSKI Tickets 25c, 50c, 75c For sale afKenny 'Allin's, Mason Risen Piano Co., and any menv. ber also, at door of Church Tomorrow Night. RECALLED BY THE DEATH OF AGED TORONTO LANGTRY'S VISION, A FEW MORE EPISODES TO END THE MILLION MYSTERY Toronto, Nov.; death-took place here 01 M's. "VlaTgarft Iran Ruttan, wickra of the late Ruttan, and the last sumvuig daugh ter of Col Duncan Oamcrgn nho fought at Waterloo Mrs Ruttan's onl) child died long ago under peculiarly tiagii. ard mjb- tenous circumstances, a most extra- ordmat} feature of the. old lad} used to relate U that imie, in the 'bixties, Mrs Ruttan s husband clta-ge ol a chuich m the uIHge of Bradford up street and upon a certain oc- casion the late well-known Tta Dr Joho Lingtn, once rector oi Lukes Vnglican churdi, loronto, chan-ecl to lie usitmg hrothei clergjman Mrs Rutting little daughter upstairs haMng her af- ternoon sleep suddenly Dp Langtrv, who ting in the drawing-room chatting with his, hostess, and a-waiting the return ol the Mr Kuttan, stop-! ied short in Ins conversation, and stared uvedlj into the hallway near >y Then went deathly pale and tialf rose from hil chair Asked 11 he were ill, he stammered and recovered himself --Then alter a. lause hr enquired whethei Mis, Rut- tanjs little girl -was well, assured the hostess The child was resting Was she sure it was well She reiterated her previous as suianoe Then she insisted upon knowing the meaning ol the clcrgj- IMB'C strange- demeanor, and what in tin world cc-Jld hare happened to to completely upset him Reluctantly Dt Langtn then ad- mitted that he seen what ap peared to him to have been an anircl walking upstairs with the child its arms Almoit imrocumtelj afterwards the little girl until then, in good health, developed scarlet fever, and in three flais she was dead Both Dr LanKlrj jjid Mrs Knt- AT THE EMPRESS LUCILLE LOVE The Girl of Mystery The Sixth Installment TODAY Delicious Appetizing With the liavor and aroma o! the choicest hops and with the blending of the hops best selected barley %llt, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of the most enticing bever- ages that the skill of man can 'produce. People drink it for Its appeal- .iug flavor, for the refreshment .that it and for the health that it gives; for Al- befts's Pride Beer is beiieBcial in a variety of ailments. Any good doctor-will tell you that. Lethbndsg Beer is a. pleasms beverage, it is a. good appetizer and it is line for the digestion. Tr> a case of it at home Lethbridge Brewing Mailing Co., PHONE 554 revving- Ltlij tin absolutely for the au- tlKiiMit) of ilils weird happening lias since engaged tho attcu tion of more than psychologist. 7JF-T X ;