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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MERAI-O PAGE THItlti Toronto, Nov. 29. Playing bril- liant.rugby, both on the offensive and defensive, Argonauts defeated Hamil- ton Tigers hero yesterday by the ecore of 11 to 4 and won the cham- pionship of the Inter-Provincial un- ion- The-weather was ideal and over witnessed the match. Hamil- ton sent a contingent of with .the full pipe band of the 81st High- landers. To Piverett Smith and Jack O'Uon- nor of Argonauts, must go a groat part of the credit lot the win. The latter made a wonderful coal from the -15-yard line, and In the final period he scut the ball over the bar from the field for 3 more points. Billy Mallett for Hamilton, caught and punted splendidly. His low -bounding punts were on most every occasion good ground gainers. The Tigers had the better of the Urst quarter a? the two to one score in their favor indicates. They had the Argonauts on the defensive three- quarters ol the period. In the second quarter, the Argos' machine found itself and tied tho score 3 tc 3. In tho third quarter Argos domin- ated the play most .of flic time and only brilliant tactics by the Tigers prevented' them securing a Mg lead. In tho final quarter Smith hooted over for a rouge and made the score Argos 7, Tigers 4. Tigers had luck on loose balls, but-Argon-held thorn in their own territory until Smith booted into touch at mid-lield. Tig- ers' onside kick went to Lawson. play was worked to Tigers' five-yard lino and Ihe ball hooted over for an- other Argb single. Again Argos punt- ed and carried the ball to Tigers 15- yard line and O'Connor failing M kick it over, backed up and dropped a field goal, mazing It II to 4. Ar- gos then played safo and took no chances. The committee In charge of the Herald football competition have ctded to discontinue the contest. There Is more than one r-eafion for the action. Firstly, there has not been a sufficient Inte'reat shown to warrant a continuation; secondly, there has been no little trouble ex- perienced by the non-appearance of letters containing contest coupons >ald to have been sent to the'Herald office, and a third reason advanced for the discontinuance ot the compe- tition lies In the fact that- the 'Old Country football games are just Tribute to Young Man Who Has Led Boys Department for Three Years The Boys'1 Department of the Leth- bridgc Y.M.C.A. paid Karl Roberts a splendid and fitting tribute on Sat- urday evening last. It was on the oc- casion ol Mr. Roberts severing his connection with the local association, wvu.o-i y iuu.ua.. uu.ii-.u connection iwui likely to be stopped as not, In view of I service, to go to the agitation In England at the pre of 580. A loss was expected when the con- test started, but it was also expected that it would pick up as it grew older. Such was not the case. It remained about the same, and with the pros- member of the entire Hoys' Depart- ment was present with the exception of two or three who ivere out of the city, ur unavoidably Attained on ac- count of work on that evening, and Philadelphia, Nov. United States military academy football -team defeated the naval academy ele- ven by a score o! 20 to 0 in the an- nual service game on Franklin field today. Once the powerful and well balanc- ed army machine started its march for the initial touchdown the ulti- mate outcome of the game was never In doubt. The Annapolis combination was outplayed and outclassed in ev- ery department. CROWD OF PACKS STANDS The University of Penn- sylvania .athletic amphitheater was thronged ,witt.close to. spec- tators. Because of the cosmopolitan character o( the gathering the col- ors of "the competing academies were unusually prominent. The supporters of both the army and the navy fol- lowed every cue given by the cheer- ing squads of :the sailors and sol- diers, Hud as a result the long oval- shaped stand surrounding the field was constantly a-rlpple with the hues of either West Point or Annapolis. Each team -in turn tried "out .the opponent's defense, but there was no continuity ic the play of either eleven during the' early minutes of the game. As a result punting was re- sorted to and the army's first score came as a result ol these exchanges. RESULTS THANKSGIVING DAY FOOTBALL .QAMESl IN STATES Illinois Wesleyans 14, Normal 7. 'Monmouth. 16, Knox 6. Teias 38, Wabash 0. Williams-Vashtl 13, Illinois College 7. Christian Bros. 48, Depauw 0. Oklahoma 33, Haskeli 12. Tulane 0, Louisiana 0. Holla -63; St. Louis 0. Sowanee 14, Vanderbllt 13. Detroit 7, Ohio Northern 0. South'. Dakota 9, Creightoh 0. St. Thomas 26, Marmiette 0. Western Reserve 14, Case 6. B. Illinois' Normal 13, Jlllllikin 3. Campion 52, Si. Ignatius 6. Notre Dame-20, Syracuse 0. Cornell 24, Pennsylvania. 12. Plttsburs 13, Penn. State 3. W. fc J. 34, Bucknell 6. Brown 20, Carlisle 14. Lafayette 55, Dickinson 0. VUla.Nova Fordham 6. Georgetown 12, Oallaudet 7. F. M. 7, OettysburE a Virginia. 20, North Carolina 3. Holy Cross 7, Vermont 0. mm 11 BE New York, Nov. the bout {between Jack Johnson and Jess Will- articles for which Johnson sign- ed in Lbirdon recently, according to cable dispatches, the champion will find himselt confront- ed in the ring hy the man he has ever faced. Wtllard 6 feet Inches tall and weSghs between 230 and 240 poundi in ring costume. He is 2B years ol age and has a reach ol 8H inches. Johnion Is 6 feet i inch to weights ahout 210 pounds in condition and has a reach of 72 Inches. His age at the time tentatively set for the bout would be 37 years. -A comparison at these figures (how that. Willaid 'woaM en advantage of least twnty pounds in weight, ftve incbes in height, and over ten years in age. Then wouM be a far greater dif- ference in the physical proportiens of the holers than was the cane when 'Johnsxm-woa his title from Jim Jof- fries at Reno, Nev., on July 4, 1910. Johnson at that time was 32 years old to Jeffries' -85; weighed 20S pounds -to his opponent's 230, and had a reach of 72 inches to Jeffries' 73. Willsird's greatest advantage over Johnson would be in his youth, for in but .pne championship bout among heavyweights in modern times has there been a difference of 10 or more years between the principals. John L. Sullivan was 34. years old when James J. Corbett -defeated him at New Orleans in '1893 at the age of 26. Corbett was 31 when'Bob Fitz- stmmons at the age o! 35 defeated him at Carson City, Nev., and Flte- simmons was 37 when Jeffries wrest- ed his championship laurels from him when.the latter was but 24 years old. Fitzsinimnns lasted" 11 rounds against Jefurtes at the age of 37, but the Cornishman was a physical marvel, differing greatly, from the modern heavyweight. pect of leagues being forced to 'quit, I these sent Sieir message to their re- the chances of ever coming out even, tiring secretary by means of a mem- or nearly so, grew worse than ever. orial, dedicated to Mr. Hoherts scr- Naturally, was decided by the I vices, and signed by every member of promoters that the best time to stop j the Boys' Department. The boys was now. However, they will go at! mothers, with the help of "Big Sis- It again when the war Is over, and i tors" served the repast, and the boys the interest is likely io be greater and hard times a thing of the past. KIDNEY TROUBLE AFFECTED JIS SPINE ertarti FWj Tim MN K "Fiii-mw" BmoMTt. Osrr., OCT. 1913. "For shout forty yeara, I wai with Lame Back brought on by KMaiy and Bladder Trouble. I was nertr confintd to my litd the Uoublc, bntltaiectKlmy spine and I had to lent for a 'time. I look advertised Kaiedlei wlifch ntrcr did me any good. Then I'ltw edvjirtiMd tad -deildtd to tij them. They did me mort good this other remedy. My Kit jnfiered from the mine trouble and.freauenUy had to leave 08 working; till "Friitrl-tives" remedied it for him. 'I wiml4 itroBK'y advise anyone suffering from ind H. pORLAND jetf. boi, 6 for la.jQ, e, At all dealen ar neat on receipt of price by Frait-a-tivM Outwit. Ohlcago, Nov. for CONTINUED FROM FRONT JPAGE R, P. Wallace. Pleasing tributes to'Mr. S. were made by "Bill" Simpson, XVII.-Captaim W.A. Buchanan, M.P. Jimmy" Campbell, Kulton Bist; orttth it, between lit and Austin Skeith, Arthur Scroggie, ueo. McKillop, with pleasing recitation dealing with, his 6th aves. S. manufacturers at their wits' end. I First Musscy, then Lellingwell, and later Bpnsinger., responded, to the call of their patrons by installing the big English table in. tteir respective and now comes Bensinger with a pian by whirh he will outstrip all rivals in the matter oi equipment.; Many players who believe in the j axiom, "variety is the space of have taken to the spectacular Eng- j lish 'game which will henceforth get its share of patronage without slight-1 ing the balk-line, three-cushion car-' cms, pocket billiards or even every- game of good old straight rail. Crack o' Doom THE 6th EPISODE OF The Most Exeltlnj, and Spectacular Instalment Yet Produced HEART QR1PPINQ DRAMA The Pursuit of Hate Full of Human Interest LAUQHS GALORE IN What's The Use SIX MUSICIANS Concert Orchestra the Triangle Cluhs, etc., and Delmar, forth that- {be, (ISTmans, apparently McQueen touched Mr. Roberts' work i Ignorant of the extent of tfce Rusi.an along spiritual lines in a fine man- opposition along the Vistula, or ncr Mr Carson, the general secrc-i holding this in contempt, tary, paid a'final tribute to Mr. hob-! threw heavy, forces against the Rus- crtS' worx m connection with the oth- centre, leaving very thin of er departments of the association.: communication .between their wings On Sunday last the boys all gather- This ''crested 'a'situation said to be ed at the Y.M.O.A. and had a group without preeedjint in. military stra- picture taken, which they had en- tegy. In the larged and presented to Mr. Rob- tion of. the Russian resulted erts on Saturday evening. This came is a wedge, doHanSted by Lodz, be- as a pleasant surprise to him. In i ins; thrust Into :tbe German centre commenting upon the event with Will! -It the Germans call ijold their Unesj Frame, the master of ceremonies, the of communication 'with their wings. ISC EMPRESS THE HOUSE OF COMFORT TO-NIGHT LUCILLE LOVE, the Olrl of Mystery 2 HEELS LADDIE, The Nsw .V.rslon SOME Comedy TONE ASP PORTRAY 5VERY HUMAN EMOTION APPLEGARTH NEW PROFESSIONAL 100-YAHD RECORD HOLDER Manchester, England, Nov. A. Applegarth today wrested the world's 100-yard professional cham- pionship from Jack Donaldson of South Africa, fpr several years the world's champion professional sprin- ter. Applegarth, who Vas the British amateur champion and became a pro- fessional a few months ago, won the race bv aix inches. There was a aide hot of UEE MAGEE NOT FOR FEDERALS Louis Star Will Not the I Outlaws- St. Louis, Mo., Nov. I Magee did not jump to the Federal league, bur will play with .'the St. Louis Nationals again next season." This was the message brought here tonight by Schuyler lirltton, president of the Cardinals, upon his return from Cincinnati, where 'be a' con- ference with McGee at" the latter's home. Earlier in the week it was reported that McGee had signed or was about to sign a contract to manage the Brooklyn Federals. :r SAM IRE OUT HIS SHIFTYDPPONEEI By staying fourteen rounds with 6am Langford, Harry Wills showed himself to be no mean glove artist. the bout took place at Vetnon arena last Thursday and was booked for iwenty rounds, A left swing halfway through the round, turned the trick. Langtbrd in the first round, and in the second, hurt his left an- kle lit fell to the mat In a vicious breakaway. Twice in each of these rounds Langford took the benefit of tte count of nine. Wills' effective straight arm drives BLACKLIST FED PLAYERS Chicago, 111., Nov. will fee close to 100 hill players without Jobs before the season starts, accord- ing to a magnate with organized base- ball affiliations. 'This. was made known yesterday when It was report- ad that no one who has played with the Moral league will be recognised by any .Hague clubs belonging to the National association. FIME OUTROYI MANY NAM Augusta, Nor. uable trotting horses were burned (o yesterday, when the f. L. Do4ge racing stables hear here were destroyed by fire. Among the horses tuned were Bilk Hat, Lady Wanet and Ben. The total dam- age Is estimated at fans will not turn any trarnps away from their doors mi whiter. Ttey may he TT jjw gave him an apparent even break in most of-the rounds. Langford fought with an alert swiftness and a super- ior knowledge of 'the game that gra- dually wore .out Wills. As the soreness wore out of Lang- ford's injured ankle he kept-pace with' the shifty Wills-in leg work. The twelfth, and' four- teenth rounds showed- Laugford win- ning. His speed, judgment, and force allowed him to Wills. Tho final blow was cleanly delivered, .af- ter a torrent of right hooks and drives had' niadc Wills groggy. PUBLISH RESULTS ONLY London, Nov. newspa- per proprietors have agreed that nothing' beyond the results of football matches should be published in .any London' morning or 'evening paper. This agreement does not affect sport- ing or Sunday, papers. There has been a tremendous agi- tation aneht the continuance of pro- feesionar football, which, It Is charg- ed, distracts attention, from the war, interfering with recruiting: Nearly persons watched football con- tests on Saturday. The football lea- gue schedules may be abandoned, or at least curtailed. osers tutton Loses to Dsmsrest Des Mplnes, Iowa, Nov. Demarest tonight defeated George Button, 300 tolls, ln> billiard play- ers' league isms Averages and blgh 1114-16, 85; Herald mail, was advised that the _ fair was arranged with the greatest ease imaginable because every boy seemed determined that "Earle" Roberts should be made to feel how much him, and tiie mothers entered into the thing with the same spirit. Lethhridge is for- tunate to have -had Mr. Roberts here, >mmuhieatioii >ith their wings inract, the invaiters be able to withdraw, in the view of British ob- servers, without suffering disaster. CANADIANS BUSY Salisbury, Nov. already in- timated, .divisional: have to have -had Mr. noterw wire, uniawg, his influence will be felt for a long now .started -at Salisbury -Plain. Sat- time, but as "Bill" Simpson put it, I urday's manoeuvres .were carried out U loss is s ..gain. dressing the officers afterwards, said that tfrsatly'pleased at the steadiness aiid discipline of the men of every battalion. BOX OFFICE PHONG 146 MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO NIQHTS STARTING NEXT SECURE YOUR SEATS EARLY MONDAY, DECEMBER 7th THEO. JOHNSON. PRESENTS The Bonnie Briar Bush A Superb Production o? Ian MscLartn's Oreattst Play WED. DECEMBER 9th, THREE ACTS Two Performan'ets MOTORCYCLE RACER KILLED Omaha, Neb., Nov. .ftlilner, a motorcycle racer oX Cleveland, 0., was instantly killed to- in the dedication a new motor speedway when his motorcycle be- came unmanageable and.at a spee'd bE eighty miles an hour ran into-a-hiige beam. Milner's skull was crushed, and a number of other bones were broken. FACING BEER FAMINE Germany Only Half Enough Barlsy for Supply Paris, Nov. Figaro Joyfully announces that the supply of hear In Germany Is endangered owing to the scarcity of barley. Germany uses quintals (hunderweights) of barley In the brewing of beer every year. She produces one-half .of this quantity, and imports the other half from Rug sia. The 'Russianimporta have been shut off gy the war. HONOR VON HINOENBERG Amsterdam, via LondOn, Nov. A'telegram from Prussia, gives an army order issued by Gen- eral Hindenberg, commander 6f the German army in Russian Poland, stating that "In the severe fighting, lasting several days ray troops brought to a "standstill, the numeri- cally superior Russian army. T.he army order-repeats the con- tents of a telegram-sent by Emperor .William congratulating Von Hinden- berg on his new success; thanking him and his troops, for the protection they afforded to the eastern frontier arid promoting. the general to the rank of field marshal. What Happened to Jones" BV GEOHOE BROAPHURST TIMfLY PHICES: Nights, to 11.00; Wed. and Me. Seats on sale Wednesday, December 2nd, at Frank Hedley Drug Co. MOIEAE No matter how much is looked for- ward to from the Starlaaa ajiow io- nijht there no dii.p- pomted, for hlg femture program, is truly a per- it every of the principal hetdliiett en tonight'i bill mil be the sixth instalment of the poiular mial pkotoplay "The Trey i" ThU thiilliag epiaode entitled "Crick p1 all reports the mwy Starliai atoms can te he best instalment of "Trey O' Hearts" which has yrt ed. To those who have not been fel- owmg this master serial story It might b. nekiionea Oat the stcrv ot all the preceding instalment, will'be shown on the screen Wlore wi e owa o each >eitormaacf toelgM are many ottm to be tonight tacludiii are many ottm to be tonight tac heart Hlppini drama "T% o! is ooe of the interestliig hmman interest stories seen Jot some time. There will be laugh at in- tonight's pro- tram, Max After Is to be seen in the psctaen.ar ncreltc comedy entitled What's the Use." This corned} It.tnre wu made for laughs and it certainly One big pile of laughter from start to The Stsrlaid Concert Orchestra, which Is daily .beeomini and, FODLING THE GERMANS Here is a British ofjlcar in hid dug out trench at Hie battle front tho gun IB W midable as Uiey lock for they are- merely dummies to draw the are, are exit for- specials the most force that rings trnei eaoi. Itttle de- tail being worked out to such minute perfectneis that the audience seems to breathe the atmosphere of the Highlands. On Wednesday, December t, at both special matinee and night perform- ances. George Broadmursfa renowned "What Raopened to Jones" will be It be dIBicnit 'o imagine a more cossplt cated, ludicrous piece stage than this, the funniest of all the Broadhurst comedies. In three acts, there ie never a 1st un to thei laugh- ter, It being one of those rollicking farces In which the audience Is kept; In an uproar from the rise of the tain on the first act, till the finale of the last act. Special emphasis Is irowht to on the fact, that management the Majestic absolutely both of these attractions aa toe best which have played Lethbrldge this year. Timely prices will nreraU at all performances, being from W cents to 11.00 for nights, 16 and jnTfHio-- i orchestra now consists of six must ciaas and is as veil a balanced or chestra as one could wish to hear. reiervttioiti.. chestra as one could wisn to near. _b The following instruments are TEA KEEPS heard ,n th.s orch.sU. Vie- ear in In, piano, clwinet, cornet, trombone aM drums. EMPRC48 FCATUHCf and tomorrow the'Cmpress ids pic- stoiiK is pwtrtyrtf everr emptlda of .the human rkw-UWWIM a siotjr of Him end the tlftth Install- men at Love." Ber el- iicmv tn uririw cane MJ> Itle Mtamn, ntereat. ete, nod two 'Jell way on motlier Jetty "Some it Bar will you arottclni a "laff" Is immune ATTRACTIONS N1XT ind Tuesday mat, the alMU of Isa It's Orahdmether'e recipe te krini back ealer, thlekntss and Ivsrybody Is using It again. Gray hrir, however de- notes advancing age We all know the advantages of a youthful appearance. Your hair js your charm. It mikes of man! the face When it fa6ee. turns gray and looks dry, wlspv and strag- gly, Just a few applications ot Sage Tea and Sulphur Its ap- pearance a hundred-fold. Don't stay gray! Look young! Either prepare the tonic at home or get from any drug store a of "Wyeth's Sage an." Compound." Thousands Of commend this readr-to-eso lien, because U dsrttns tltullr and be- 1 yearn younger. a tethahl affef' application or two, m" restored It and lusi ;