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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta (TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914 HKKA.LU t'AGE THItHlS AlifFlIHA Mr. Wilson Blew So Did the Chinooks, That Enterprising Gentleman? StlLL HOPE FOR HOCKEY Olio chlnobk WBB enough for Wll ion. He, Hadn't any. idea that il could blow. no .hard anywhero .but at Macleod, Vjid' attempt- tp put-up a at Hendenon .Park -la cothlnl now, but a dilapidated -idea. Wllion had- U'. men worklni on the and one of the. workmen who Jiai been here for lotne tlmo. told Win that Idea was tapotilhle: "Jhmt'B all right, old said "I'Verput up rlnkj In GOOD: TO MARANVILLE Nov. "RablJit" Mmranvlllo of the Boston Braves and ils bride left Boston today for Geo. Italllnis' plantation in Geomla. The "Miracle Man" of the Uoslon team cleared the 'way for tho honey- moon trip by Tneans of a cheque sent Secretary Herman NIckcrBon of the Dravel, of all expens- es on tho route to Haddock, Ga. This latest present, from clilcl was tf aurprlie to Maran- and''means tint ma entire nti.vmnQn expenses will be taken by the big chief, for besides railway fares, atalerooms anil other Incidentals, will be the host as long as -MarBnvllle and his bride caro to stay on the plantation. JACK MUNROE MAKING OF EXCELLENT SOLDIER Former Miner and Prln Fighter a Front ;Wllh Canadian Fought in. But.te lmn.- erpu u BIT if the thing had BIT been would have maintd', but the- following mnrnlnr :wbit of it .wan icattored all Heriaenon like. That conTlnc- edXWIIson; and lie Immedlatelj laid tonie bin back to the timber, he-.ll-.mo time. In. tie peaceful quiet of tbe en tto other aide of the place where thefirlnd gode hsiig bilt. But thatr. shouldn't any- eicepUng perhapm who bought- Beaion tlckelB. than the tloketa will be. good on. the-, lake Juat the (Mine. -Th. only- dUtelwiee, will that the Mlden wlllinot i> .listing under cover, and- that: can eaellj .ne 'carrylnE an -umbrella.- Well; the Another Rink how -about 'hockey? ow -ao lime will be looked after. by Harron t Mlebach, who sj-e about, ready flosd. their open-aJr rlnk.on i of Second. :aTenue-: and rourti Street. 'There .be plenty 'of opportunity thoiif h left lo'wn.: Mr. Harron is buey getting-, his lumber to- nine-foot fence will lot mentioned -mround.i..e: o -wehV hailMieeni 'thoroughly graded mud In: at cottaga b-'bdni'lMed- IP .dressing room 'TBerelwin wind tethia. rmSrfa the' "tot thr lehaw which -are nSw wllUcloaeiithe: lir enter.nin ,on iODii-.aB Proat appears ikaUng tiorongliU' up-'to-dattiiiklwUL- -.Sea ion tltketi'Will 15 centi. -Jack Miinroe, the Butte miner, now in-England, as one'of the Cana dlan and-Montana has a east one', souil leprcasnlatlyo at Ui Munroer'should ideal soldier .He's a trained ir'onUerBman, a goo (hot, and'athlete'and a cool, thought ul courageous. .Munroc'has.liad ospenouce When-a boy he'began'playing lootbal on the .grcafc UuMe team, then one o the best In-the country and cliampio of-all the He "travelled througt seasons, playing m wester cities, and 'linally- moved to ba Francisco -and played; tackle on tn 31ympic .team.-.Jaolt entered the coas amateur 'bo'xing: an won -the ihcaYVWCIelit. title. Not long sifter- that he .became a professional, bift wait: back'16. prospecting. AiUr in .Idaho he went-, back to earn money to develop it..'.Hc was; a level boss when- Jeffries came, to Butte and he IouKbt': Jewries four, rounds, .winning the purse :J215 offered one wlio could; stay with him. That-made-'Munroc famous. He came east -and-iknocked out .'Petei. Maher, and 'a few others, heat Tom six-round, .bout and fought- Jack J ohnsoa- six roumls in Philadelphia. Jcllries was out for revenge.whenihe met.Munroo.in San Francisco ;in vs .return match bit-in, a of. roundsr. Munroci. fays- that evert time Jcllries -landed tfctb.ojujstii.-a hiule.had That ibout-fiBiBhedrhjs.nghtinB cnr- "ecr' Heitaoj aorne money and he'wenl pro'spectinE: for 'conper-' and usilver: in the' and .Gowganda -districts. .Here ber :ofc'Taluanlc: claims, became -''Mr. John '-person--- of: promLr nence :in. Canonise mining .allairs, -and niayor -of Elk City. Munr'oeibas gone to. war as iltfcyH'citizeir. of.Canada1. WIKE GIBBONS LOGICAL MAN TO MEET GIBBONS uch i Bout Would Determine Mid- dleweight Champion of the World New York, N.Y., Nov. Mike ihbons can be' Induced to tackle Jlnl- ly Clabby, with n relcl'co's decision t-stake, thoro should he no difficulty l deciding to whom tho middleweight title-rightfully belouEs. These two ilddlewelghts stand out from all the tbors, now that Clahhy 1ms disposed f George Chip. Hero In tho East, Clauby Is some; hlng of a stranger. When he ap- peared' here last Jia 'wns'slniyly a very -lever just a shade too heavy or tho .welterweight class. Slnco hen he lias developed Into a genuine middleweight, big enough to cope with any the' 158-pounders, but without laving to weaken himself 111 ranking a weight. In fact, Clubby always alms to build himself up instead of rcduc ng This IB nn advantage he shares with Gibbons. who Is also well with n the class limit. If the men ever meet In New lork Gibbons will probably be picked to win. The St. Paul wizard is So far above the second-raters he .has been bowling over that ho appears Invinci- ble. But Gibbons hns yet to show that he can retain wonderful form ag: alnst a first-class opponent. As a rule tho men he ruuete are paralyzed with staac frieht and offer very feeble resistance. In Clabby, Gibbons would find a mar. equally skilful, and one who could, be intimidated. That might make a world ot difference. However, there Is little doubt that Gibbons is as mechanically perfect us a lioxer can be. The only question that remains is whether he possesses the truo fighter's spirit. If he can provo that he has it he should make a wonderful champion, equal to the best of the fabled old-timers. But the burien-of proving the matter re; mains with him. If he believes in himself he will not delay in making the one match that can.tli Ills status. TO-NIGHT LUCILLE LOVE, THE OIRL OF MYSTERY.......... 2 REELS 'THE WHEAT AND THE TARES; DRAMA........... 2 REELS THE SAVING PRESENCE; DRAMA.................. i THE BATTLE OF HICKBVILLE; COMEDY. MISS LUELLA SIMONS, THE CLEVER DANCER SCOTTISH HIGHLAND FLING TONIGHT. IN ORCHESTRA. SPECIAL NOTE PLEASE NOTICE THE the Girl of Mys- tery. Th.le two reel, cost insVare the two most beautiful reel! ever .hown. Th. Wheat and 1. a 2 reel VlUgr.ph le.ture. Thl. House ady.rtlM. or any thing but Guaranteed AUraclliini. TONIGHT THE WONDER SERIAL STORY OF A THOUSAND THRILLS The Trey 0' Hearts WITH A SOUL STIRRING, AP- PLAUSE COMPELLING STORY BOWLING AT Y..M: C. A. The Boarding, club loot the mea- sure oi the A. .MacDonald company last niclit in two league games, and Ilic Herald did likewise with T- O. Kidpath's pets. The scores.alt through bad anil indilieiect. Hcic NOW FLIRTS WHMDILW ASSURANCES GIVEN SIR ROGER CASEMENT 'IRELAND WOULD NOT BE MOLESTED Herlln, by 'wireless to Soyvllle, L. I -Nov AsBurances that Qernnny desires "only national prosperity tor. Ireland have been giv- en the leader, Sir Roger Case- ment, an offlc'lai statement from the Foreign of f ice', declares In tell- ing of a vlsit'ot'tha Irish leader tare. "Sir Roger Odsement was receives at the Forejgn the statement declares, "and .pointed out statements which nave been published In Ireland that German victory would inflict were good they arc Bell 'Barr McCulloliBh Mien Shannon Jarhcrry 106 114 118 103 14.4 106 -real loss .upon the Irish people. -rea oss whose homes, churches, priests and lands -would Be at Uie mercy of an In- vading army, actuated only by mo- tives of ptlla'ee and conquest. "Recent utterances of Redmond and- pronouncements IE the English press to this effect have caused ap- prehension amons Irishmen concern- Ins the German attitude toward Ire- reply; the acting secretary at state of the.fprelgn office by order non-led ..for Ban olson -bowled for. ijhannon, seer ond.igamc.. HER'ALD- Evans.................. Long-.........' Buchanan............ E.-Butler Butler Herald Fuotball In Prizes Firit Prize Second Prize ;-V-' AND PRIZE OF fS.00 RULES OF THE COMPETlflON will i Sir in tne may drop .the: letters into the tin boi ur martWt In the business elBce of the Herald iS? Slnki win. ormalMhisB addressed to the.Edltor, he :Daily Herald eVeir toe. the home -I and tbe team A: cobipetitor is at liberty to send 'immny entries" is fljMes. cents, entltfea him to ml in two coupons. II all five are used, i 50 .celts :must aceomniaj. the cgu- of prlies will winners 1 will be f announced every Wedntaday. "i ot the prises each wesk ipon ifie number of ,...jd previous i received will used as 4. Bhould. their Mmea; Kid addreMes clearly, and S. connected with The Herald wUr be allowed to compete. 0. All wlectlons must he received in the-Herald office got later tban the flrifaoit Saturday moraine: FORM OF COUPON I hereby miree to :the conditions law down in connection with the compatUMn by The Herald man- and aim to by any dtdilan by them. Name y, i......................... AMrtja -----.scale UL 318 353 ot-the-Imperial Chancellor, officially I declared that; the German government ......repudiates thei evil Intentions attri huted to It arid only desires the Wei rail IDO .fare the Irish people and country "German troops would !iir.d lucre .134 -108 not as an of Invaders to pillase FAMOUS M'dtibrj'; PICTURE STARS COMING-IN PERSON MAJESTIC THEATRE ke moat movie to be' met with 'In Weetern- Canada- rill surely 'ha'11 the news ha.t 'two -'of the .most, pooular moving )icture stars appearlne in pictures to- In person, themselves, Theatre at a very have laujhed it the eicru'clailnily funny work ot ittle "NolU, Essanay Co.'s llfht' comedian, the lero :of-many.'a-wCBtenL comedy. Mr. Nplte ID numerous film notable being "The Romany. "The Toll of the alsoi bas -worked in conjunction., -wilt the celebrated "Al- r.li the comedies of the ime hanie.. Togetlier with. Mr. Charles Peyton, ,n ..The will recently "with'the Paths Co. i: Fs'iilB-.pi iir. Nolle pear1 at the Majestic Theatre ou De- 7, S and '9. In the two groat REMAHKABLE WAR PICTURES TAKEN RIGHT FROM THE FIRING LINE The Siege of Antwerp SEE WHAT OUR BOYS ARE DOING TO KEEP THE OLD FLAG UN- STAINED IF YOU LIKE A GOOD HEARTY LAUGH, SEE To-night's Big Comedy BRING SOME ONE WITH YOU- THERE IS TOO MUCH FUN TO KEEP TO YOURSELF ALL THE LATEST AND MOST POP- ULAR ORCHESTRAL MUSIC BY The Starland Orchestra HEAR THE BOYS WHO PLAY TO BEAT THE BAND 'LUCILLE LOVE" EMPRESS This is your Isst opportunity to see the seventh Installment of "Lucille Love, the Girl of at the Empress. This episode Is run in two reels. Two reels of sensational thrills, two reels of such exquisite beauty that it 'Is quite -impossible to describe them. Lasl week we saw Lucille and her" arch enemy cast adrift In a small boat on the -bosom of the vast and merciless- Pacific. This week shows "their rescue artists working lor the sake of art. Hiss Luella Simons made a decloed hit last night In her Highland fling dances. Be sure and see her tonight. KAISER TO RETURN TO BERLIN Deslreis to Es. -Present When Reichstag Opens London, Nov, A. dispatcli to tha Exchange Telegraph Co. from Tha Hague anya Emperor William has de- cided to return to .Berlin., shortly to be present when the Reichstag opens. The correspondent adds that instruc- tions have heen issued to the officials of the Emperor's. Berlin castle, to .pre- 167 138 121 181 116 151. -122 ijS 151 128 130 -101 132 I .BOWLING vs. Dormitory Ridpath vs. Knox. AUSTRALIAN TO LEAD STANFORD 1915 Carroll Elected Captain of the Rugby Team.- Stanford Berkeley'. Cal., B. C Nov. Australian, Daniel, u. Carroll, will rugby team next Carroll Ilfl3 one more year before college .course.. Belore coming to roll became proficient at rugby Iri'hia home city of Sydney; and'was a meiu- her of several luteniational-teama.-.... apd as forces of a tl'on good will, towards the country'alid people for whom Ger- many Jiatlqual prosperity and freedom.' FINE RECORD TORONTO UNIVERSITY RUGBYISTS Toronto riniverslty Rugby club holds a strong on the list of ners of the Inter-collegiate senior hampionship. Oilt of the .eventecn Jmes that the 'coveted title has been, eclded 'Varsity won It ten times, he victory last.Saturday against Mc- 1111 rounding out-me number. JIcGlll is neit-on the 11st with four ictories to its credit, while Queen's IBB won it twice, and Ottawa college the intermediate series, Royal Military college has won the honor ho greatest number of times, laving bur victories to its credit, while To- ronto and St. Mlchael'B have each .317 36 BE PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 i-.- ENQLiaH HAOUt-FIMT DIVHION BlackUrn Hovers, 2 RIFLE CLUB MEMBERS v. Do not forget that Uie.'liltht pf prac- tice'la" changed to Wednesday. Any member having a .22 rifle with aper- ture.sight will be doubly. welcomeTto- morrow-evening. How Jamee J. Plckr Them Jim Cprbett la becoming a owl. Having never picked a winner of a puellistlc encounter .in his. life, Jeema decided 'to-Iilhy'it-iafe when asked his opinion of the1 Welsh-White fight. In one paper, .Corbett selected Welsh to win, while'in another paper ie named White as thetboy wlio would bring home the Heine's-Chances'Slim .The -Murphy still holds the bulk of Cub Block cuts Heine Zimmerman's chances of getting those fines hack'. 1000 to 1. 1 X' a OUttllHy riTBygBiirTAium i f, mmvm i I ST...... 1 Mlddleatorouib. rflty... ,1' mnnmjnaic 'rtSffKtpri INQLISM PIVHION County; -1JII7; TwST f-feea mutHAauf I'MllwijI: 'fwStfc Part -lUMiir.r 1 .I'iitlJmaMtck; t i Hamlrua Aocmj I tiAOUi Net Jimmy Coffroth says Jt is all a mis- take. The people orCallfornla want Doling, -but marked -their baViots wrong, whlc.h fits in well with the. us- ual theory that the 'people dp no! knowFWhat .they want ;ond shouldn't have it, anyhow. P I I I 1 T I JjL I. I 1 I' M I I. .ben't Ajree Speaklnr -of tough: luck yarns: A QhlciKO man bet Welsh, got scared, bet ting agalnBt on' White, and now both men lie bet with are trylnf fol collect- from him---i3p much no-decision holing bouts." John D. Rockelelleiv Is knitting shawl! for the Belgians. oaw made a billion or two 'tending to his Colorado hit fighting a deatl blow "when It voted' the free lunch out of eslBlence. In -motor oycll.t rti won it twice. ,The following is the Hat of ners: Senior Serief university. university. university. university. university. university. xJiosJ-McOlll, Montreal. college. university. unlverslly. univeraltr. llontreal. Montreal. Ijjermtdiate Series unlverally. university. Mllitarv Military college. Military college. Military college. Michael's, Toronto. "The Bonnie Briar apcction, you realize tha beauties of and "What Happened to Jones." the story, tho courage- of Lucille In A full-carload of scenery, costumes clear, her father's- and her ind the two at: pare it for a lone. there by Eraco.'End you-feel satisfied that the eeh.at'the Majestic for some consid- Popular actress, rccenlly -scr-n ns leading woman- in ThcGovcrnor's BRITISH COLUMBIA RACING ASSOCIATION FOUNO GUILTY Overstepped Limit of Lawful NilmUr of Vancouver, B.C., Nov. with unlswfully -condnctlng race meeting where bettlne. was carried on, beyond the .limit of seven days, the British Columbia Thorouihknd association was'found guilty today at the assizes Morrl son.; The oasc was specially watch ft on belialf of. the Ontario Jockey club. 'A point was made by the de- fence that iio bitting wis carried ot eicept by the parl-mutuel and it was BtateiTby counsel thatChle Hunter had found Wat lt_waa not belting within the meaning: or Ike act Argument "wlli be heard sen- tehee IB pronouncsd. "TO OIATH Vancouver, ac., NOT., In -motor oycll.t Vrai Hare, "The best gum in the world is Sterling, fm sure. No other has ever Had the same pure and lasting fjtvpr." Pare Mint Pepsin Gum Qmpa't new and better gum plea'.for any other See how much cleaner and purer STERLING foofc all through. STERLING is as pure as the very.best materials, greatest care and clean, spick-and-span factories can make it. The finest Mexican chick gives STERLING an exquisite velvety imooihness and prevents crumbling. The delicious, oriihw mint flavor is found in no other gum. Tiy pure, delightful, healthful STERLING gum i THE STERLING GUM Co, OF CANADA, LiMITBp, IWtdNTO 5c ;