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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 0 NOVEMBER 25, 191-1 WELSH GETS AWAY WITH ANOTHER SECOND .Boston, Mass., Nov. Freddie Welsh, lightweight champion, defeat- Ed Fred Yelle ot Tauntou, tonight, in a The Taunton boy had a sllfctlt lead on tho champion in tho second round, and in tho sixth a BO was generally accorded a littlo ad- vantage. But after the seventh ses- sion tho result was never in doulit. Twice in tho eighth round, YeSle was floored by stiff rights to the Jaw, and each time he-took n count of eight. Althoush Yelle continued to exchange blows during tho latter rounds, he never .recovered effectiveness, while Welsh was strong at tho finish. SASKATCHEWAN TO BE REPRESENTED AT ALLAN CUP MEETING OTTAWA Saskatoon, Sask., Nov. chewan will have a representative at the Allan Cup meeting, to be held in Ottawa on December 4, according to A. E. Haydan, president of the Sas- katchewan associa- tion. While no action- was definitely taken at tho annual meeting In Sas- katoon a few weeks ago, Mr. Haydon has letters from seven of the twelve teams in the association sanctioning the appointment of Secretary Ehand ..of Mooso Jaw. WRESTLING. TITLE Jack Taylor to Grapple With Cutler- at Winnipeg WlnnlnoBi Man., .Nov. Saskatoon sportuulun are ar- ranging to bring a contingent to Winnipeg to cheer for Jack v Taylor In his wrontllns uout with Charlie Cutler at tho TVnlkor on Wednesday evening for tile championship of the world. Taierc will be at least a dozen In Uie party. This is local fame. Jack xayior, Ottawa, Nov. a specia THE LETHBKIDCE DAILY WINNER OF HERALD PAGE TOMB I LEAGUE TABLES English I W. D. Oidham Athlcllc.. Sheffield Wednesday. Manchester City.. ..7 4 Blackburn Hovers 7 Kverton.......... W. llrom'wicli Albion. I Bradford City...... t Aston ViKa......... Burnley Middlesborougli Newcastle United Liverpool Sheffield United..... Chelsea aunderlaml....... Tottenham Hotspur Bradford......... Dolton Wanderers Manchester United Notts Comity..... 1. Enqllsh W. U. Hudilergficld Town ..Id 'i Derby County.......R 2 Bristol City 7 4 The Arsenal .1 Proston N'ortli End... 7 Barnsley.......... 2 Fulhanr.......... 7 '2 Bury 1 -I Birmingham 5 Wo'iverhampton..... n Clapton Orient p. Miles, Lothbriugc, 17 winners. Prize ......S25.00 Andrew Tennlmt, Leth., 10 winners. 1'm.o James Watson. Hellevue, 16 Winners, Fourtceu coupons tic ior third. I'rize ior each, .50 :ial Arna-lGrlnisby Town., this! Hull City.. Stockport County Leeds City.. Notts Forest Blackpool Lincoln City..... Leicester Fossi> Glossop HONOR: CHINESE ATHLETE 'W. K. Chang First of Race to Get Numerals at Chicago Chicago, 111., Nov. K: Chang, Irahmsn of the University of Chi- cago .received today the first foot- ball 'honors -ever awarded a. Chinese il this city. Chang played with the freshmen team during last season, and with 19- others was a'wardod the "1814 numerals! WON'T CLOSE CANADIAN LEAGUE BALL PARKS Toronto, Ont., Nov. 34 of the Canadian league, upon his return from the Omaha .con- vention, denied that the league had 'made an- application to- -close its parks season. The president looks forward to at least a fair year. The only -probable change in the cir- cuit will have to deal -with- the Erie Neit year the Canadian league will a class ,C league, -with a reduced salary, ami .player limit rule ot 20 per cent reduction In sal- aries paid to the players in. the Ca- nadian will seem a great hard- ship, because last season.the salaries ran riot In the league. If B. Johnson lets W. Johnson get .out of that league, he'll need mof than.a "white paper" to explain it. meeting of the Interprovincia tint Football Union held hen evening it was decided that the Ar- gonaut and the Hamilton clubs should replay their drawn game for the championship at the Toronto stadium on Saturday next, President Phillips was in this chair, anil the delegates were Sandy Cam- eron ami George Church, Ottawa Dr S. C. Lawson and Major Heron, Ai'Eos Ben Simpson, Hamilton; The Montreal delegate failed, to show up. When the matter of the to 9 tie was taken up, Dr. Lawson moved that the game should be replayed at Toronto, on the "ground that the Ar- gos had carried out their part when ........._____ they had gone to Hamilton for one cltv..... match. Ben Simpson, on T... hand, proposed that tho match taRe I Town place at Hamilton, arguing that was an "unfinished game." Fin: -i- Mr. F. Miles, 511 4th St., City, seventeen winners in the Hcr- alil foothall competition last week and captures first prize money. The winner only guessed one more suocesi 1'. ful club than A. Tnmant, 720 1'Jth 2 22 Bt North Lcthbridgc, and one more 3 18 I than James Watson, of Hellevue, Al- 2 '18 I hnrta. Therclorc .Messrs. Tennant and -I 17 Watson will split second prize money. 4 17 j Look at this bunch of 1 16 less than thirteen of them will di- 5 vide this cash 5 lr' i W Joyce, Blairinoro; C. Kirk, F. Burton, Cardston 13 13 G 12 Stewart, Hardieville, Southern League W. D. Heading Brighton Hove A., ilillwall Athletic Watford......... Portsmouth...... Exetor City West Ham United 10 9 8 7 it inally the motion was put, "and on the vote of .President Church, of the Ottawas, it was ordered played .at the 'Var- sity stadium. Eddie Phillips ami Per- cy Roberts will again he the officials, and the gate will he equally divided. -McFARLAND CLEANS.. UP. BUNCH OF. GERMANS Packey McFarland, -the Chicago boier, dispersed an army of six Germans last week, and is so elat- ed over his success that he is now hot-foot after Freddie Welsh. Packey is of a brew- ery at.Joliet, and vUe. other day 'walked', into the. ta.D .room and en- countered six unprofessional Ger- man heavyweights' engaged, .in the delectable pastime of endeavoring to drink Mr. McFarland's Brewery dry. "Get out of. here. Go home to your'': shouted the wrathful' Packey. The bubbling sir refused to moVe. Packey then proceeded to emphasize his own- ership in six rounds ot two seconds The-six'Challengers were plung- ing .'north-by northeast when last seen, and in tho neigh- borhood of Prezemsyl by this time. Luton Town.. Plymouth Argylc 3 Southampton...... o Bristol Rovers...... 5 Southern! United.. -t Norwich City.. 2 Crystal Palace..... Queen's Park Rangers 2 Croydon Common.... 3 Gillilifham......... 2 James T S. Donaldson, T. Ramsay, Wm. Holberton, II. Hewitt, W. }n i Coupiand, F. T. Crittendcn, J. ft-. il Kirk, H. G. Kilner, Andrew Tennant, all of Lethbridge. There was an equal number of con- testants who picked lourteen win- ners. They arc F. Bettou, Calgury James Mur- ray, llacleod F. Burton, Cardston, (3V V Chappcll, Bcllevue, Thos. P I Oakley, Coal Creek, J. K. Kirk, R. Thompson Wm. Carter, R I Fairbrother. F. Jackson, W. McGrft T I." V gor, A. Needs, J. K. oil oi this city. Miles, [Hearts I Celtic........ Morton....... Rangers...... Ayr [Jnited Hamilton Acatls.. Airdrieoniaus.. Clyde Third '.Lanark.. Falkirt...... St. Mirren Rattji Rovers Dumbarton Aberdeen Dundee Hibernians.. Partick Thistle.. Kilmarnoct.. -Jlatherwell.. Queen's Park Scottish League W. ..--1-1 ........11 Herald Football Competition In Prizes First Prize Second Prize AMP ONE PRIZE OF RULES OF THE COMPETITION Chicago, 111., Nov. i Lee Magee, of the St. Louis Nationals, will sign with the Brooklyn Federals, i and that the latter expect to land McArlhur.. Arthur Shafer of the New York Na- tionals, were announcements made here today by Charles Weeghraan, president of the Chicago Federals: 1. The competitor will ill in the coupons below by marking the'num- ber of the team he thinks will win. 11 he-.wishes, to indicate'a'draw, he will mark X. In every the home is No. 1. and the visiting team No.-2. 21. A competitor is at liberty, to send as many he pleases. Twenty-flye cents entitles him to .fill in two coupons. If all five are used, 80 must accompany the cou- pon; Tile amount of prizes will be published and the winners will be announced every Wednesday. -The amount of the prizes each week will depend upon the number of guesses received the week previous. Air monies received will be used as prizes. 4. Competitors should write their llamas and'addresses clearly, and GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 ENGLISH DIVISION Blackburn Rcivarg; 2 Burnley.... ilJverpopi; 2 Aston Villa may drop the' letters into the tin box In the business office of the Herald, or mail them addressed to the Editor, Football Competition, 'Daily Herald, Letlibridge. 6. No pflrspu connected with The Herald will be. allowed to compete. 6. All selections 'must ho received in the Herald office not later than the first post Saturday morning. FORM OF COUPON 1 hereby agree to the conditions laid in connection with the competition by The Herald man- agement, and agree to abide by any deoislon -given by them. Name M.......................... Address......................... Seventeen winners is getting mighty- close to a and Mr. Miles has succeeded in establishing the best record yet in the competition. In Oider to give cacb one ot the third prize'winners fifty cents there was added to the stipulated amount. The teams played close to form last Saturday. The number of successful guessers bears that out. While the "new method adopted by Uie Herald last week meets with general approval and has raised con- siderable more In the competition, the number of entrants has not reached mark by. a good deal. If a foothall enthusiast boost it up. BOWLING AT Y. M. C. A. The Dormitory team nosed out the Directors both games last nigbt IE a league tilt. 'Both games -were cloaely contested. McElyea nulled the game out of the 8 for the Dorms in the LATEST FEDERAL FLIRTS first game by a succession of strikes at the finish. Only thirteen pins sep- arated the teams at the finish of the second game. The High school and Knox teams broke honors evenly la their settc. The consistent rolling of Price for 1 "9 11 High school-- was a feature ot the games. Prowsn of Knox was high for 49 S single game "with 191. The scores; Dormitory Nicholson.. 109 131 Allen 159 133 iMeElyea 152 114 Weeghman said that Magee already !bas given ten days' notice .to the St. Louis management. TTI i r .r 1 Manchester United; 2 Newcastle U....... 1 I z 1 Weit j3roDiTfich Manchester City... II I 1 1 ENGLISH DIVISION i I I 1 ulrmlngnam; 2 Blackpool.. I 2 I I I .1 Ulapton. Orient; 2 Bory................... T I I I 1 Derby Hudderpflelrt .Town..... j x 1 pulham'; 2 BarnsleyTT.................... 1 I I I 1 Lincoln City; g Grlmsby' 1 I I I I___I SOUTHERN LEAOUE 1 Bouthampton; 2 Ollllnghaiii----......... i 1 Heading; 3 prighton and Hove....-----.. 1 llBliwall; 2 Lutpn Town.................. 1 I 'I I I I I 1 Queen's. Park Portsmouth.... I 2 1 SoutKend Pulled; ill i I -I i___i i -i i i r SCOTTISH LEAOUE 2 Alndrieonlana. I 1 Kllmarnock; 2 Aberdeen.....: 1 1 Hamilton Acclca; 5 Hearts............... 1 J__I 2, Dundee. I J__L BRESNAHAN WILL STRENGTHEN TEAM Chicago, 111., Nov. series of trades, planned with the idea 01 strengthening the infield of the Chicago Nationals' i's possible. Eresnahan says he hopes to re- duce to 21 players the squad on the. club's pay-roll, now number- ing 3-1. Rumors that Zimmerman might "be traded owing to the alleged unfriendly feelings hetween him and the new leader are denied ,hy Bresnahart, who says he thinlis too much of the third let him go. No fear that Archer will desert to the Federals is felt, according to President Thomas, as Archer's contract does not con- tain the ten-day clause. 420 155 116 High School- Price Stewart 165 121 Murray.. 113 Bonnell..... Prowse..... Fullerton 116 128 119 S78 144 116 103 ITO ins 106 444 172 191 97 4CO 361 Bowling Tonight Campbell, Wilson Home vs. Her- ald. High School vs. Boarding club. O'DAY WILL NOT BE IDLE Chicago, 111., NOV. O'- Day, former manager of the Chicago Cubs, said today that he has three of- fers of positions for next season, but will make no decision until the tirst of the year. He declined to divulge tho nature of the offers. r _____ !0c RMPRESQil THE HOUSE OF COMFORT COMEDY TO-NIGHT A FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR KISS; COMEDY........ 2 REELS PIGS IB PIGS; COMEDY 1 "EEL SOPHIE GETS STUNG; COMEDY 1 REEL THE PROSPECTORS, DRAMA 1 MOTHER AND WIFE; SPECIAL.................... 1 REEL) MISS LUELLA SIMONS IN THE. LATEST SCOTTISH DANCE3 AND: REELS EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA. SPECIAL On Friday and Saturday, "TREASURE OF ABAR a ilroadway acts, will be shown. COMING Another bis Broadway Star Ftature, Friday Saturday, In 4 Artt WRIGLi IDOUBLESTRJEN6IHI if .11 Stutter when you say it and get in two this is double strength Peppermint chewing of Pepl It's like a Peppermint Lozenge with a .long lease of life 1-a-s-t-s! You'll get joy supreme from .WRIGLEY5, DOUBLEMIW I CHEWING GUM Made in Canada by the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. Ltd. 7 Scott Street, Toronto, manufacturers of the famous WRIGLEYS Sold around the world SPEARMINT "DOUBLEMINT.. gives you the flavor of spicy, fresh mint leaves, has the delicious flavor of Pep- strength. Take your choice are smooth-chewing and l-a-s-t-i-n-g pleasure and benefit at very small cost: 5 cents. See how much see now mucn better you win feel when yon "chew it after, every meal" C5 A BATTLE OF WITS" TIMIGIIT THANHOUSER'S IU ww" DOLLAR MYSTERY One of the fait episodes Prize Photo-Play Concert Also Other Orchestra Attractions GO TO THE EMPRESS AND LAUGH For today and tomorrow the Em- press is showing four reels of comedj- and two '-reels of drama. The com- edies are all sure enough laugh pro- ducers and It will be impossible for the blues to exist in the neighborhood of'this play house. The feature is a two-reel Sellg, entitled "A. Five Hun dred Dollar Kiss, and shows the trials and tribulations of three young men in trying to win a kiss from a supposedly heartless flirt Two try for the kiss for the money, while the third actually falls in love with pretty .This Js some comedy where the right man gets the right girl, and oil ends well "Pigs is Pigs' it the stor> of how Mr refuiHHi to pay SO cents express on two guinea nigs, and before the argument U Mt- tied they increased to 800 and Flan- nel) says "Pigs is and they an all good eaten Gets Stung" features Slippery Slim and is decid- edly Humorous Prospectors" Is the story of an orphan glri, the noble fcoMtts love o( a young pros, pector, and the black primitive pas- sion of Jin older Story of unbounUtd heart Interest and in, tense feeling; "Mother and Wife" .Is the stoij of a plain man, the son of plain peoole, and his proud prettj homelike convincingly told Calgary aspects to enrol 1000 stud- ents in Uie night school'classes, there. The question of ihterawiteliing tolls and praetices'.ls before the Railway Commission at Ottawa again. Theodore C. Hamtri, late of Conti Took, Quo., and United States consul at Durango, digd. of, smallpox. GERMANS- "FAKING" OFFICIAL REPORTS London. Nov. alleged "of tidal communications" from Constan tinople, received by way of Berlin and -Amsterdam, telling ot Turktsl successes against the British on, thi bank of the Suez Canal and against the Russians in the valley of th( Murad rivers apparently fahri; cated by the Germans, according t( notification issued to and news associations. Scotland Best ;