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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHI5RIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE TONIGHT LATEST AUTHENTIC WAR PICTURES fcSS FORD STERLING Late Keystone Favorite in 2 Reel Comedy Special lac The New War Song McHUGH" Words by Pete Murphy dandy western drama The Young Brother I Thrilling and exciting Buffalo, N.Y., -Nov. Welsh, world's champion lightweight boxer, fouoht a tin-round bout with Jimmy Duffy of 'Lcck'port here to- night, upon the result of which opin- ion was 'divided between a draw and a .shade for Duffy. CUTE FOOTBALL PLAY New York, N.Y.. Nov. trick that will ranlt with that of Charles Dillon, famous Car.isle player, against Harvard, was pull- ed off with success by a Stevens player against Nov.- York Univer- sity on Saturday. Dillon's trick was against Har- vard In He received a ball on u kick-off and ran 10T. yards for a touchman, with the leather tuck- ed under his jerciy. Tlie Stevens player was ruled from the 311110 for slugging. In the next quarter a "sub" ivas sent In This "sub" had his face hid- den In bandages. It vvr.r, the ri.'.ecl- out slugger. HOCKEYISTS International Project Apparently Means Some Intiresting Claims HAS AROUSED________________ MILWAUKEE PROMOTERS j WON'T KlDHAP EBONYKID Won't Stage Him There Again, They of Monkey Work in Last Fight Jack Johnson Assured of Safe Con when He Arrives on Mexi- can Soil for Fight With Willard Monacal, NIK. the M'ltii.ual professional hockey league Nationals arc endeavoring to launcli is working quietly towards se- curing Hie services (ii leading players c-i tlic Wanderer anil Canadlen teams, is evidenced by the announcement to- day that 10-day options have been se- cured on a iiui'iiuec of star perform- ers. Hj.rry llylaml, the crack xhr.l at the; Wanilrr'cr tot ward line, is saiil lo to' unrlw option to I In- promoters of the new agreement dating back t to Tucs'tlay last. Other players sain to similarly secured an: Art Koss. who lias parted company with the Wanderers "Newsy1- I.alomle, of the Canadians Uiiiicr Vitro, wliosc own- crsiiip is mixed up between tlic Can- adieus ami fhc CoMt league, and one or two others. President Uchtcnliein, nf the Wan- ilrreis, v.ho returned lliis morning from New York, declined tn discuss the matter, the new league be- comes something wliicli isn't ethereal, mil allects my players tlicn I'll take action, anil not he said. Shatters; all Form- er Low Price Re- cords in COASTBOXINGENDSDEC.5 AT'THE AUTHENTIC WAR NEWS I AT STARLAND TONIGHT Remarkable Moving Pictures as an Added Attraction TO-NIGHT The mcsi Important liaupanlnxs of tin! present EU'wan War are photo- graphed by movins picture camera men, and collected Into reels or one j thousand feet of ff.nl. These reels are released one reel each week, and j arc, without exception, the most in- teresting set of moving pictures one j could possibly see. The first reel of I i these remarkable pictures Is being of-( fercd as an added attraction to an ex-, good programme at Star-1 laud toniyht. Some of the happenings shown in this remarkable film are as follows: Bottling the Baltic, showing England's powerful Navy, 'which is now engaged blockading t'.ic enemy's fleet: Glimpses from Hie Theatre of {War: Retreat from Antwerp; German gunfire destroys churches at Malines: Flooded Streets of Malines; .Armoured Car Returning with War I Trophies; Motor Scouts from Firing 'Line: Belgian Red Cross Caring for I Wounded: Kitchener's Army: King i George and Queen Mary witness the j departure of netv recruits for training 'quarters at. Aldershot: England's toners of War: surrounded by electri-, fled barbed-wire fence thousands of f Germans are interned at Detention Camberley, near Aldershot.. front lived and worked. In addition There are many more interesting i io ibis big feature, the Hearst-Selig scenes shown In this great Weekly Weekly will bs shown, showing the i Special, which Is only one of the many latest war pictures from the seat ol good or.es offered at Stai'iand tonight. wart and also interesting THE HOUSE OF FEATURES THE WOLF'S CLOTHING; 2 REEL FEATURE. KAN OF THE HOUR; 1 REEL FEATURE. WEEKLY. FOR LOVE; COMEDY-TO CHASE THE BLUES. V.-MISS LUELLA SIMONS IN NEW SPANISH DANCES. CONCERT ORCHESTRA. SPECIAL NOTE The Man of The Hour is a one reel Special Feature of the First Canadian Contingent. The Hearst-Selig Weekly >s admit ted the Most Reliable Weekly produced showing the latest views of the war Don't Forget that the N'ext Instalment of LUCILLE ON MONDAY is the most expensive and most beautiful two reels ever produced. fair Lp to the last minute we did nut know whether the battle would pulled off, owing to nonsensical o i Lctioi.s on this ant! that "White's guarantee was at least was .where I could gel my h nils on it-hut aftet sc-- s living anil hie hawing around frr a week escaped without putting up a foricit. Thus il he had hacked out o. the fiKht as he threatened to do tin- Ins put in the referee he wanted, nould-htue been left in a nice pickle In the future-, can hrt, all fighters, will put up IhJir guaran- tee if the} want to show Milaau- I lank MulUrn, the rnal Milwaukee CANADIAN ...SOLDIERS AT THE Tonight and tomorrow, i Wolf EMPRESS story, events of the rest of the world. mu Lomorruxv, the Em-; the Kalem favorite, iwing tlie only complete: ing dramatic story, Clothing" is a beautiful '.ove featuring pretty Alice .loyce. thrill- isinal in its wine onv compee g recofseones taken at Valcartier and theme, different from most Realise, Levis, of the first Canadian Overseas is enacted by the most I'opvilar.stars contingent and the Princess Patricia of filmdon, This ,s a clear, yhifl pic- Canadian Light Infantry, ever prodnc- lure, reflecting the earnest work ol a sd, showing how our friends at the I company of sterling players. COMPETITION CLOSES TOMORROW j. FOOTBALL The Herald's football compe- tition for this week closes with the first post tomorrow morning. Jf you haven't made your guess do it now. If you iire a football booster your en- trance into the competition will be evidence the fact. Get busy. Juarez, Mexico, just across thcl'.io; miildl Grande from Kl be the; ____ scene o[ the lonts said irrangi. men Is hail been mm. for the site conduct lo lot Johnson who is wanted by tlie United States] officials for jumping his bond. asserted tlic wore issurulj that Johnson would be lull} protect ed and .that aglnts of the eminent would get no opportunity to kidnap McVEY league leaders, which makes the race for the championship of the first round very close, as the finish draws near. him ami bet him across .the horder. PROGRESS SIX-DAY GRIND New York, .Nov. for .money prizes caused the' miles to he The second roniid: will commence next week, and will.: be run oft by a New York Nov Johnson, I quick method, three, teams mesting in he hravywciEbt champicn, has contest The cham: o-nc-1 terms for a light with Bam pions of the ;flrstr'.ainli second rounds ofoa it was an- will ploy off for the championship ab- IV Christmas. Tha.second.round will (lUoa tuill-ftll v ilk. insij iw-w---------- promoter'. UibEon, ,wlip is acting handicap -he scores .-l as l-cprL'Stntathc'.oi Havana spoiting gram from "Johnson agreeing to au offer of the match, winj lose, or draw, and 50 per cent, of the moving picture Johnson stip- that 'the light must- take place i the earth AUilkern tlie 'lo leaders had made 1 cut out the stalling and six laps haling drawn 11 miles till fir Herald Football Competition In Prizes First Prize Second Prize AND ONE PRIZE OF RULES OF THE COMPETITION may drop .the. letters; into the tin-box 111 lhe business office of the Herald or' mail them addressed to the Editor Football .-.Competition Uail> Herald HOCKEY STARS GO WEST Edmonton, Alta., Nov. Afatz, the fleet hockey forward, left on Tuesday evening for Vancouver, where he will join Patrick's professional hockej club Johnnj ex- pected to meet Llojd Cook of Taber at Calgary, the latter having also at- tached his name to a Vancouver con- tract. The first game in the Pacific Coast league takes place at Portland on December 8 Crawford..... Mcllyena... Home.. C: Butler E. Butler.. Hidpath.. CLEVELAND MAY NOT GO INTO 1 The competitor mil Till in the coupons t-clow by marking the num- ber of the team lie thinks will ne Hishts to indicate a draw, he mark X In oien case the home team is No 1 and the visiting team 2 competitor js at libertj to send as many entries as he pleases. Twent} five cents entitles him lo fill in two coupons If all live are u'ed, 60 cents must accompany the cou- pon. Thp amount ot prizes will be I -nu ueeklj, and the winners v.ill be announced Wednesday, the amount of. the, prizes each week will depend upon; the number of l.uesses received the week previous. All monies will be used as prizes. 1 Corapfltitors should write their names md addresses and Lethbrldg -5, No person connected with The Herald will be allowed to compete. 6. -All must .be .received in the HeralcT'onTce, not. later than the first, post, Saturday morning. FORM OF COUPON Thereby agree to the conditions laid down in connection: with the competition by The Herald man agement and agree to abide by any decision given by them Name Address FEDS They Inspected Site for Park but No- Further Action Taken Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. Cleveland will have a Federal league jail club next year was Giic'ussed at a two-hour conference here, AVednes: day. by President Gilmore of the FedT eral league, G. B. Ward .and W. Rob- ertson of the Brooklyn and Buffalo federal league clubs, respectively, to- gether with local men interested iu the project. At the conc'lusion of the conference an inspection 'was made of the site for a ball park on which, local Federal league enthusiasts have taken an option. GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2! ENGLISH DIVISION 2 Blackburn Rovers.-. 1 rBradford _ 1 Everton; 2 Sunderland ___ 1 I I I I 1 Manchester City 2 Aston Villa r Tottenham Hotspur; ii Manchester U. ________ 1 I 1 _ I I r _ _________ ENGLISH DIVISION 1 Barnnley; 2 Wolverlia.nipton. I I I i I__I i i I Blackpool; 2. Glossop. Omddersneld; 2 Arsenal I I I I North End; 2 Hull City. I I I I I__________1 i i _ SOUTHERN LEAGU5 roillMgham, 2 Reading and riove; S groydon Common T i T 1 Cardiff City; '2 B.rlstoljtojere 1 Cryalal Palanc; 3 SwTndon. Plymouth Argyle, 2 Watfonl 1 I I i 1 i i i FF MI i l l I Alrdrieonlans; 2 Raiigern. SCOTTISH LEAGUE l itltlc; Ayr Ui.lteT 1 Pmlklrk; 2 Clyde I 2 I r TM r 1 lartuit ThUtle, i tlmrls j I I Park INMAN'S BROTHER TO TEACH BILLIARDS AT EDMONTON .The scores .-last, 4, 107 146. 147 400. .i'oV. 81 123 HO 155 114 99 97 310 1S4 1G3 120 Boarding Club Carborry Shannon xOwens xAllbn rolled for Owens in second game Herald- Evans Buchanan Long The standing of the teams is posted at the Y.M.C.A.. and will ba published in tomorrow's issue. Bowling Tonight MacDonald is Dormiton High school vs. Knox. CHAMPIONS N H.A WILL HAVE J. MARSHALL MANAGER Appearances Fail to Indicats That He Will Manage Back to Toronto Montreal Quf Nov ger Tack Marshall of the Toronto hockey club left labt night for To- honto to arrange toi practice hours for tho coming season. Marshall has all of his signed uo, anil has called tha first work-out for tre sec olid week in December. Marshall has tendered contracts to a number English billiards. While lacking the billiard reputation of his famous bro- ther, AVu'iinm Inman -is away above the average as a player, and his en- gagement at the Empire will give the Same of English billiards a boost lo- cally. Hard Times-rWhal? They cry hard times and prove.lt by paying ?100.000 to see'. Yale ana Harvard and to watch Welsh White fight, proving that hard SALE We simply tave to reduce our stock, and if special prices and special values will do it we are not going to be disappointed. nnd i'conYmed to "per cent. Uident Oeo Ij esterday past two seasons The trip pt Marshall to Toronb dooa not: lobfc as though he 'would re main in Montreal this winter to handle the' Canadiens. Toronto wil have all of.'last aenaon's team back, with Davidson, who is non ith the tlrst Canadian eontin .Sent in Ungland No Agreement Reached Jimmy Gardner who so siicceBstul'lj managed the Canadien Hockej club a jear ago. held a conference Pre- ge Kennedy of the club Sternoon, but ialled to Strenuous Times Along with the European wa., grand .scramble in Mexico, nnd the football playeis battling on UIR grid- iron, a fight has been stirred up am- ong officials of the Amatem Ath- letic Union. Gosh, what is' the 'world coming to? Harvard Team Hopeful The Harvard football team is said fo he resting easily, and has high hopes of kicking "0 or 40 field goals in thp annual scramble with Yale. i reach ah agreement The contract Isent out to Oaidner shonetl a iedu- FOOTBALL FANS ,GENEROUS (Princeton, J4000 wCs collected between tne hahes ot Iho" Yale-Princeton football lame lost Saturday for the benefit of t'lo sufferers In the war rone Tlic contributions ranged from J cent 16 S10 and almost filled n flour barrel, nWnh'Ulf to 13927 49. llj THE CARD It Means the Choice of NECKTIE ABSOLUTELY FREE to Every Fifth Purchaser In our stock you'll find the very latest ideas and styles in everything for the "Smart Man." Space will not permit us to enumerate prices and particulars, but you can rely upon them being unbeat- able and all fresh goods Job Lines bought for sale purposes., JAS.S. 606 Third Avenue South _ii., t i ;