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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta F NOVEMBER 27, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE (LIE CUTLER COULDN'T THROW JACK TAYLOR BY FAIR MEANS SO RESORTED TO FOUL MEANS AND WAS DISQUALIFIED- 'i TAYLOH LEARNED TO WRESTLE IN LETH-' i AT WINNIPEG Ul followers of sport will he resorting to rough work at sed-to note the success ol Jack and over fans were badly dis- lor, former Letiibrid6c police con- appointed at the unsatisfactory end- got the decision over the ing. _________ ,npion heavywoigtit wrestler, Olios. lor, at Winnipeg, Wednesday SOMETHING ABOUT TAYLOK jitle'r is H" Jack Tavlor learned the rudiments [VstS i .nt. now in Ed; that it i BROUGHT UP BEFORE BRITISH HOUSE OF PERS AGAINST PLAYING ran champion, and the o .ppler as the worlds title holder years ago. London, Nov. situa- tion nt present does not demand legislation for tho suppression of said Premier Asqullh In tho House of Commons today, In replying to a question as to wheth- er such a move was nniler way. The Premier added that negotia- tions with tlie football magnates were progressing, from which sat- isfactory results were expecled. Previous Dispatch London, Nov. As- nuitli will be, asked-tomorrow if he will introduce legislation suppress- ing all professional football match- es during the continuance ol' the war. LIKELY TO STOP London, Nov. arc is extremely improvable that league football will continue. Public opinion, undoubtedly, is hardening 'ay-1 against it, while nearly every daily paper, except perhaps one or two dovotcd to sport, condemn its con- tinuance. Last night tlic Pall Mall Gazette showed the strength of its convictions by aiinoniicin'4 that lor the future it'would irahlish no ioot- lor's first match was staged at Herman theatre here about three icing yeais ago. Jack Ellison was his op-, IFeSxsi'ir? s i sag-' tf saa mutes; and therefore lost a hi 90 p match. Wednesday night the itch 'was best two out of three i THE REPORT OF BOUT Winnipeg, Man., November 25. ack Taylor, of Saskatoon, was yarded the decision over Charlie utler., of Chicago, in a wrestling tewart, when' he disqualified Cutler ir an alleged strangle hold which ias'barred. Cutler had won the liri ill after 30 minutes of the tack ighe on, an runaway tactics to wear Taylor on the subject m the House sugfi down The crowd became unruly at t-ions hang made that legislation on and the police stopped the hout. At that time Taylor was a. "ovice. He soon developed science im- 'der the tutorship ol Eckland, who should be enacted to al football that the grounds should he lor Pur- poses. The Prime llmister, TO-NIGHT Broadway Star 1'Vatnre, 4 Acts Treasure The Greatest, Grandest, Most Sensationni and Elaborate Feature Ever Produced Quantity an'tl Quality Worth Two Dollars for Fifteen Cents. Also Hearet-Selig World Pictorial and a Genuine Comedy. THIS WEEK OF PRETTY MISS LUELLA SIMONS, THE CLEVER CHILD DANCER. SEE HER IN THE SCOTCH REEL TONIGHT Willing to Meet Challenger for 000 Side But Spokane. Wash., Nov. have decided to accent DC Oro's challenge to mo at English billiards for a side bet of said Melbourne In- man yesterday while playing his vitli Willie Hoppo at Uaven; port's. "Do Oro challenged me ihronch the eastern papers hist week, and tills afternoon 1 made up my mind to accept." TO-NIGHT Big War Special All (lie; Latest Happenings Taken .011 the Line Pauline Bush in tlift 2 Act Drama by Cicorg'e Bi'onsou led1 FOUR VANCOUVER MEN DROWN- RETURNING FROM BALL MATCH -became his" manager, matched with several high class men who camo this way, taking scalp al-j ter scalp. He went up against such I and Taylor was intimates hat he limits the mat .tet of the tranislo, but loosened it whtn warn- John tlvcs meet ncx Oscar Wassem, Yussil Mahmout. He j.wholc question, defeated these men in Lethbridge and with comparative ease, his lack ol! most experience being taken into consider- "he ation- Al1 "Bfeated Taylor a coming champion. He suffered 0110 defeat in Leth- That to a man who it is. may'be left to the good sense o! the.in, arties most closely afi'ecied. Ifrom Coqi The 'football association rcpresenta-; attending Four men, two of. them prominent in sport, were drowiipcl in Pitt River, near Vancouver last fc' when returning in even- .11 automobile to discuss tin.1 liatfh to .'Taylor. Tlie bout was [tromioua. one all' the way, both men TOMORROW BOYS' BOOK DAY ton doubtless have In your hem's1 or library unused books suitable for-boys. The Y.M.C.A'. Boys' department has. arranged a convenient and nicely ajjolnud room tor-a riadinsr library, :'tho of-the library lor all inerabers of the Y. 51C.A. or you give a your donation will -be called- tor. "Phone Y.M.C.A., 547 .and your donation will be called y.M.C.Ai Boys' Work committee, R. P. Wallace, chairman; H. B. Mc- Elyea, Gordon Campbell, E. Frame', Frank J. B. Wilkie, Gage Shannon. 10 BE EVEN ANNOUNCED BY BAN JOHNSON AND DENIED BY GARRY HERRMANN pcd it. Taylor left these parts and went west. He ran into Farmer Burns and. travelled with him for a noriod, learning much on'the fine points of tllB of. -the the game from that famous mat1 ex- j worW wm of eleven RHies pert. I next year, instead of seven, andjttjc- Nov. 26. baseball took t where tlicy had Wen 'footlia.i1' match. They le wrong road and run onto the Cocmitlam shipbuilding yards whan nnd Into the. river. .There 'Were- eight persons in the .'car, one of whom jumped before the car left the wharf, and the other throe were rescued from the water. .The dead are: Strutters -Gunri, prominent lacrosse player, Vancouver. Matthew Nevin, connected with the Vancouver Golf club. Horace Skuce, chauffeur, Vancou- ver. Alexander. Burnett, South Vancou- ver. Frank Evans got' clear of the auto- mobile as it left the'wharf, The rescued, who..' are now at the Goquitlam.. Recently he located a.t Saskatoon, where he made himself prominent by his grappling 'prowess. Saskatoon ad- mirers pitted him against Cutler at Winnipeg. is. of. Irish parentage -and family rcside'on farm close to; Moose. Jaw. FOOTBALL FATAL TO YOUTH John Russell, .secretary-treasurer of ,.ie club. John -King.-jesiding at the Hotel Gifford, Owen Caliaslian. oustf _________ Gunnswas' one of the Herrmann, chairman ot the National! mosl prominent in athletic I baseball commission.: I circles in British- Columbia, and'by ext s will he lower, according Johnson, president of the league when he made public, tonight, a letter he had received from August i to 13. American HOCKEY STARS SIGN .Montreal, Quc., Nov.' and Canadian Hockey clubs of the X. H.A., announce the signing of several last year's players who have been mentioned as possibilities with the new league, .which was until lately much discussed. Wanderers have Surague and O. Cleghorn and G. Rob- erts. Vezlna has again signed a Ca- nadian contract. ONE OF THE BEST AND MOST SPECTACULAR DRAMATIC PRODUCTIONS EVER PRODUCED Here It Sterling in A CYCLONE OF LAUGHS REAL MUSIC CONCERT OSCHESTR A WELSHMEN WHITEWASH CANADIAN RUGBYISTS London, Nov. team of rugby piayors from the Canadian contingent visited Newport on Saturday, a-nd played the Monmouthshire eleven. The Welshmen had the best of things all through, winning by 24 point nil. EASTERN RUGBY STANDING Argos.. Hamilton Montreal Ottawa. Varsity Interproyincial W. L. 5 1 r, I 2 -1 0 T, Intercollegiate W. L. 1 ..3 2 0 -I y. Jot 114 M'NAMARA, HORSEMAN, DIES Evansville, Iml., Nov. Mc- Namara, aged CO years, owner of race horses and known to the fair manage- ments in' several1 states, died hera today. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL London. Nov. a first divi- sion football game today, postponed from Saturday, Manchester City de- feated Aston Villa by 1 goal, to nil. league here and- it was aniateur champion ..of the j worid, his fame as an athlete, was heralded throughout the Domi .vio vie-' Russellville, Nov. agreement was reached Johnson sub- to McOlure. 18 years old quarter-back the proposal to National club team .to ion tlie Russellville High school foot- l ball team, died today from the result of an injury received in a game with Little Rock. High school a week ago Saturday. The boy's nose en and lockjaw developed. Herald Football Competition Hcrrinann'8 owners had agreed .to the, change, ana. that a plan would be worked out ohislicd- lacrosse adoped at tta .annual meeting in J .part in uary. borne of the club, owners, g athletics, including said, had objected to assbciition foitball, bas- .prices, on the grounds that it Sail track and indoor sports. Be- decrcase the amount given the ,.W Mu ers. According to the proposed chanjc in on the players will share in the first five instead 01 tair games, so their total will probably not .be decreased. In Prizes First Prize Second Prize AND ONE PRIZE OF RULES OF THE COMPETITION may drop the letters into the tin box Iri the business office of the Herald, or mail them addressed to the Editor, Football Competition, Daily Herald, Lethbridge. 5. No person. connected with Tho Herald will be allowed to compete. 1 .The competitor, will fill in the coupons below by. mar.kins the num- ber of the team. he .thinks will win. If -he '-Irishes to indicate a draw, he will mark X. In every case the home team is No.'1 and'the .visiting team No. 2...- i 2. A-..competitor is'.'. at liberty to iicnd as many .entries .as he pleases, j Twenty-five cents entitles him to fill in two coupons. If all, live are used, must accompany the cou- pon. The amount of: prizes will be "shed weekly, and the. winners will be announced- eVery Wednesday. The amount or the: prizes each week will depend the number of cuesses1 received the week previous. All 'monies received will be usod as prizes. 4. Competitors should write their addresses clearly, and GAMES TO BE PLAYED NOVEMBER 28 ..ENGLISH DIVISION tory on many Occasions, but in vie-' love'for; rtcan. true HERRMANN DENIES IT Chairman August Herrmann, or the >fational hasennll commission, denied ing one of the most popular mem- bers of the local sporting fraternity, his loss will be keenly 'felt. Rylaiids'Men's Wear Deptto be sold at Wholesale Prices-ppsitively no reserve to 1-4 Off Everything C. HANDS HERRMANN A HOT ONE Federal Magnat.3 Says He Can Raise Quicker Garry emphatically here tonight that he had ever written-to President, Ban John- son, pi the American league, advo.- cating that .the number, iri _.....o__ the world's series' he changed from mann's Cincinnati interview, in which seven to eleven, and the prices re- he challenged President Gilmore of duced. the Federal league Jo make public "I certainly wrote no such j tho terms, of the tentative peace pro- said Herrmann... far-.as I know', I gramme .under consideration two -the matter has not even been cohsid-1 weeks ago and declared. Owner Cnar- cred by the National league club own- 'ks' Weegliman of crs. Newspaper talk on the subject, is "als couldn't the oin to buy.the ft. All selections. must he received the only information I have, and oven in the Herald oflice' not later than that is" meagre." the first post Saturday morning. FORM OF' I hereby agree to the conditions laid down In connection with-the. competition by The Herald and agree-to abide by any decision given.by. them. Name Address 1 Kovera; 2 Burnley: 1 Liverpool; 2 Aston Villa 1. Newcastle U j- -Ti- 2 Manchester City. fi ENGLISH SECOND V i j 3 Ijnry 1 i nif- t c Nmliiersfleld Town..... 1 1 uil0lti City; 2 Grlmuby 1 SOUTHERN 1 Koiithampton; 2.Gllllngham Ki.flrting: and Hove ;7i 1 .Milwall: 2 Luton 1 Queen's ParK Rangers: 2 Portsmouth 1 Sonthend United; 2, Swindon SCOTTISH 1 Jlortiin; 2 AirdrioonhJns ni.inaraooK; a'ABeraeea. 1 Hamilton Acclos; 2 Hearts... Kolklrk; 2 I llinli' Hovers 2'Dundee.. MEN SAY, "NO MONEY, NO Vancouver Boxers Refuse to Appear, Before Poor House Vancouver, B.C., Nov. there was no .money in the house, on- ly a few members and. their friends, putting in an appearance, the. bout between Bi'ily the local mid- dleweight, and Romeo Hagen. of Seat- tle, which was scheduled .as the star feature of the International Athletic clnb smoker in the Grand Theatre on Saturday night, did not materialize. Romeo and Billy shook hands outside the theatre, and then Romeo back to Seattle. They are to let it go at that. Hagen was supposed to substitute for Ivan Miller, who had contracted to substitute for Pat Dor: Ian. who could not come, hut hi: might just as well the trip. BASEBALL CLUBS TO PLAY 'IN SOUTH'. AMERICA 1915 Manager John MeGraw of the Giants has boblKd up after a month's, vacation in Maryland. He announced, that ho and Comiskey intended to take the White Sox and the Giants to South America next winter. "We will probably visit the Pinama in Francisco first and then sail from that city for the canM" .Ted. SuKivan will arrange the trip, which will take iri all. the leading Sou'th Am'- ericnn cities. The same Johnson is going to tell' the minor league' owners that merely imagine they'.arc hurt: If wint, the'argument we'll get him to, convince Uelglum it is profiting by- the war. _ Cubs set the thermometer boiling at Federal head.quarters'tpday. "I'll wager the Chicago Federals against the Cincinnati Reds, despite, -the odds, that I can .raise quicker and 'oftelier than Garry Herr- mhnn can raise' retorted Weeghman'. 1 AVeeghman further announced that .be. has signed .three big league play- ers, and that 'Manager Tinker 'will sign two more, this week. -He would not give oiit the names.' 'CHARLIE: MCCARTHY SHADED BY -NEW YORK BOXER Canadian Hockey Player Had Thumb Dislocated in Early Part of Fight Montreal, Nov. Condon, New" York, had a shade on Charlie McCarthy, the .boxerhockeyist, In their tilt over route list night Condon who bails from Manhattan'' Island; has shaded such men as Leach md Lore. In his more recent mills L-ist night's bout went the full ten rounds, McCarthy taking tilt eailler rounds by reason of his good left scoring T 1 nocitdown in the first Condon took the count of "nine. Cc-ndon did-some clever infighting towards the end of the bout, and evened things up. Mc- Carthys left tnumb went out in the first roimd, .but he cleverly concealed it from. his. opponent, anti.it was a fine performance ou hie imrt, to so ten round's under- this handicap, with n calibre. We have been forced to it. The new tenant must have the store, and we must vacate Three months' business to be done in the next 30 days. There is no other way to do it but tcf Sell This Brand New Stock Of Suits, Q'coats and Furnishings at the lowest prices ever quoted in South- ern Alberta. Investigate, then you'll buy 40, ?L7S, price. The largest stock of high grade Sweater Coats in the City selling at 95c, SI 23, Worth in many cases double the W. C. ,L. STARS, ADVANCE Bobby StscI "ith tne Moose Millers in 19H nnd Lefty Buckles, Bert Dunnes- "iron man'' .last season, have signed contracts, with the St. Louis OaraiaaU and Chicago .re- The best makers. Com- binations or separate pieces; great 'bargains at 51.95. Nothing to equal them. Underwear Shirts '..Dress or Work matter ..what .pay us exactly cost more, no less. Nothing but high grade Shoes; S5-50' 36-00 Canada's Best Man's Shoe for 85' Suits Pick'them at wholesale prices. Listen men: Doesn't sound good to you? ft 1 Overcoats when you see tlie'm. Men's 59, Big Robmy'CIiinchilla _CoatB -for'boya.Vand-men. YOU will bo surprised "Bojs1 at ?4, ?5, ?G. Gloves Hoover. 'Mitts' and Gloves for work or occasions at exactly 'what the1 factory charge us. Think Socks Heavy 15c, medium 20e, 26o, Fine Cashmere ISO, 20c, 25c; worth in some cases double tije price. RYLANDS CO, Look For The ;