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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1915 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE BROS L'MITCD (mutt in Canada) WHILE DELIRIOUS New Orleans, Oct. A fashion- ably dressed young woman whose identity had puzzled police and' au- thorities at t. hospital hero to which slm was admitted early today in a delirious condition night by Tommy was identified to- Burns, formerly heavyweight champion of the world, as Irfs wife. Burns said she had nob fully recovered from the shock of a recent serious illness. Mrs. Burns dis- appeared from her home here last night. Police and charity hospital au- thorities endeavored all day to clear up the identity of an apparently weal- thy young woman who gave the name" of Mrs. Julia. King and said she came from Seattle. In a semi- conscious state, the 'patient cried for her two children and their French nurse, who she said became separat- ed from her in changing trains at some place which she could not name. The woman was taken to the hos- pital late in this- night in a- hysterial condition and has been delirious sines. She said she was the widow of Capt. Thomas P. King, a Canadian soldier, she saiii was killed at the Dar- danelles. She wore expensive cloth- ing and diamonds and jewelry said to be worth 'more than A fur- j lined coat bore the mark of a Mont- PU! CBFFEY flUIINIHIRD Giant Heavyweight Battle to Decide Man to Meet Jess Wiliarcl New Vork, Oct. Moran, of I'iUsburg, knocked out Jim Coffer, the Dublin Giant, in the third round of a, 10-ruund match here tonight. A right cross lo the jaw in the third round sent CofTcy to the (lour with a count of live. Apparently help- less, Coiley scrambled to his feet and held onto the ropes, Moran rushed at him and struck him again. Hcfcreu "DUFFY" LEWIS Left, fielder of the Boston Red Sps whose timely hitting in the third ant fourth games of the World's Stu-ius was responsible for bringing in the .winning run and giving his team the Phii Brown stepped between the men, advantage in the race Cor the world's giving Moran the technical knock-out., championship. Tonight's affair was the first battle Moran lias had in this country since his fight two years ago with Al P-alzer, whom lie knocked out, He fought Jack Johnson, in .Paris early- last year and stayed 20 rounds. Coffey 'had the advantage in but Moran had all the edgs in clever- ness, iiloran weight in at 200 poundi, CofTey at 20J. The Pitfcsburg boxer owed his vic- tory to his superior ring generalship. Coffey was the aggressor the be- ginning of the bout, but Moran, serving his strength, waited for the opportune moment. By his Moran earned the right to meet Jesse I CAME WITHIN AN ACE OF'SEND- ING DROUILLARD TO SLEEP IN SECOND ROUND Winnipeg, Oct. iron jaw Willard, tlic present holder ,of the j was the oul> saved world's heavyweight championship. It Brouillard, of. Windsor. Qnt., from was announced before the fight Willard would meet the victor. SHOT WHILE ON HUNTING TRIP Seattle Man Kiiled Alter Becoming Separated From Companions Seattle, Wash., Oct. G. Sher- man, a marine engineer, was shot :hrough the neck ant! instantly killed jy some unknown person while hunt- ing on WhitJby Island, 30 miles, north of here, yesterday. Sherman, who had become separated from other Members of his. apparently was a note stuck on a post direct- ng him where to find liis asociates, when shot from behind. The body was found when, his friends went hack, to earn whether he had found the note. 'DOC" WHITE GETS THE HOOK Will Be Succeeded by Ham Patterson at Vernon Wheel Los Augeles, CaL. Oct. real tailor, her shoes the stampoof return of the Verrion. Coast. lea- Seattle firm. The patient complained gue team, today, G-. Harris White, the --_ -former Chicago American pitcher, who took charge as manager on the death of "Happy" Hogan, early in the sea- son, was given notice of his release. of pains at the. base ol the brain, hut physicians have found no marks of an injury or other indication of the cause _-ol her condition. The .woman appear- _ ____________ ed late "Last night at the home of j "Ham" Patterson, who first James R. i'arkcrson, several" miles j base-for the team two years ago, and from any railroad station and asked i was manager this year of the .Wichita Mr. Parkerson to telephone for an (Kan.) team of the Western league, ambulance. "I have experienced a i will manage Vernon next year. frightful shock and am suffering se- vere pains in the she said. She was unable to tell -when she ar- rived here. She told a nurse at the hospital that she had two.sisters who were nuns in the St. Joseph convent, Montreal. j knockout in the second round of 12-roumf limit here tonight with Johnny O'Lcary of Vancouver, light- weight champion of Canada. 'O'Leary landed a full swing with his left on thu point of the jaw and Patsy went to the floor, but was back again fighting as hard as over after a few- seconds' rest, and was going strong- er at the finish than at the' start. But lie was outpointed for the great- er part of the distance by the clever Vancouver boxer who retained his honors in a brilliant manner. One of the largest crowds ever witnessed a boxing ..match in Winnipeg since Freddie Welsh per- formed here watched the fun and were treated to some lively though both men left the ring nc-t much the worse for wear. O'Lcary was faster and used his left to advantage. In the semi-wind up Abe Wantell, of Winnipeg, gave Louie Swartzman, of Minneapolis, a good licking, hut the American Hebrew showed lots of pluck and stuck it out to the finish. ED. HARRIS IS KILLED IN A ZEPPELIN RAID Veteran Goifcr Enlists Jack White, the winner-of the Bri- tish operi golf championship in 1904, and Scottish international for eight years, has. enlisted in the London Scottish. White is 42 years old. THE COSY ROLLER RINK NOW OPEN UNPER_NEW MANAGEMENT Admission Free SKATES, Gentlemen 25c Ladies 15c Children 15c SKATING 2.00 to to .10.30 W. BRADBEER, Mgr. WELL-KNOWN ST. CATHARINES LACROSSE PLAYER MEETS DEATH IN ENGLAND St. Catharines, Oct. of Sergt. Instructor Edward Kar- i ris, who were today notified tliat he was killed on Wednesday by a liomb When going away, by train, boat or motor car don't forget to take along this delicious refreshment that costs so little but means so much to your comfort and happiness. The Perfect Gum in the Perfect Package made clean, kept clean, sealed against all impurities: It quenches thirst, steadies the nerves, and calms the qualms of an unsettled stomach. It helps appetite and digestion MADE IN CANADA Write for copy of "WRiGLEY'S MOTHER GOOSE" handsome Jingle book in colors. It will amuse you. Address WM. WKIGLEY JR. CO., Ltd. Wrigley Bldg., TORONTO "Chew it after every meal" Sealed. Tight m BASEBALL (CONTINUED, FROM FllOXT PAGE) ROBERT "B. WARD, OWNER OF BROOKLYN FEDERALS AND 'LEAGUE VICE-PRBS. New York, Oct.. 19. Robert B. Vard, head of bread baking compan- es, hearing his name in many cities: went at with his fists, strik- and widely .known as the leading fig-j ing him ure in the Federal baseball league as'against day shift to night shift on the lath, which was an unexpected occurrence, in consequence of which was at home on that afternoon when Wat- son came to the house and knocked on the door. Instead of meeting Mrs. McCtill, as was his evident expecta- tion, he was met al the door by ilc- Gil! himself who wanted to know "what the devil he wanted there." Watson answered by striking at Mc- Gill with a whip crop which he was carrying and HicGili stated that he to tall causing he president of the Brooklyn ied tonight-at his home In New Ro- jthe sku11 ovcr tlie post of the verandah. The ustaincd a fracture temple and inert Bright Idea? Denver's going {o have-a noiseless dog show. Walter C. Cox, directing the'show, has arranged to have wooden tions placed between the cages ia n.ia anicu uu ucMiicauav oy a UUlilD Q tile prOOKIyll C1UU, and' from -a Zeppelin at Atterpool Camp, I brother, George Ward, hu England, this afternoon cabled thejington park, the home groun the dogs couver in 'ISIS. He made his debut ill won't be able to see each other, won't I senior lacrosse in 1904 and was a Quarrel, and Denver will have the member of the team which brought first noiseless canine show. A dog show, without a -bark v generate the atftiosnhere of a Cunerul. We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. L MacDonald GUNSMITH INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 402 Mh Street South. Lucky Stiff As a ball player .luck Barry is a bear. As a financier he is more than that. In the 'iast six years Jack lias cleaned up almost in world'! series melon cutting, besides the money he has made by- indorsing veg- etable compounds, hair restorers, and what not. His cut, this year, was the gestyhe has ever had; Here is the table: Athletics vs. Cubs. Athletics vs. Giants, .'3054.51 Athletics vs. Giants, 1913 3246.36. Ath'ietics VB. Braves, 1914 2031.UB Red Sox vs. Phillies, 1315V. 3825.SO Total After Alberta ith foiir teania liiied for ihb Pacific Coast Hockey.' league, Lsslcr and Prank 'Patrick must dig some new players for the Scuttle club, and aa the men sent them last year by Fred Whitcroft, their scout, proved so satisfactory, it is likely at least six men will be drafted from Alberta and Saskatchewan this coming .season. "Whitty" received a letter ;last week from Lester Patrick, stating that the Victoria magnate wpu'.d loit sbotth and that he hnped to round up half dozen players. Uoyd Cook, 'Micky McKay, all proved sensations in their first [ypar ind Patrick flguree there must ihi more good ones they cRine from Tlic Globe Shield to St. Catharines in 1005'and played at Montreal for the Mirito.Cup in. the same year. He was captain .pi the succeeding St. Catharines teams which defended it ed 'by his n C. Brenii lets and. NO EFFECT ON FEDERALS New York, N.Y., Oct. A. Gilmore, president of the Federal league, stated today that, the death of Robert B. Ward, vice-president of the league, and president and. chief own- er of. the Brooklyn Federal league up to 1813. Harris was 32 years ofj'haseball team, would not have any age and unmarried. lie leaves widowed mother and three sisters here and one brother, William, in Chicago. MURPHY IS WEAKER Toronto, Out., Oct. B. G. the Argonaut's foot- ball star, became considerably weak- er today, so much so that the doctor's decided to refrain from proceeding with an intended operation. Today he was reported HS having passed a bet- ter day, but the doctors, will go no t He is paralyzed from the neck down, and his respiration is very weaK PLAYER INJURED Mo., Oct. RUGBY St. LoniS; Scott, a Kaox College, football player, who was seriously injured, in the game with St. Louis' University -oil Saturday, was thought today to be almost beyond hope of reco.very. His. spine was dislocated in the cerevical vertebrae, "and one vertebrae was cracked, Physicians' said that if he survives he probably will be paralyzed for life. ,MIDY BLADDER Kltared in 84 HOURS _ effect upon the league. Mr. Ward's funeral will be held on Thursday afternoon, from his estate, Homewood, New Rocliel'ie, and the club; owners ot the Federal league teams plan to attend. VICTORIA Victoria, B.C., LOSES KERR Oct. 19. According to a1' statement' by -Manager Lester Patrick, of the Victoria HocKey club. 'Dubbic" Kerr urobably be.misF ing 1ms lOrr is now located at aigar> and as he has a good posi lion -in that city, the. Victoria club can- not make him -an1 offer attractive en- ough .to have him :come to the coast. salaries have been sliced on the cotst, and IE the d inflicted by fist -blows or by contact with; the post. Mr. Fisher spoke for. twenty min- utes, making a powerful appeal for his client and received the applause of the spectators in the court room, which, of course, was promptly sil- enced by the sheriff. Mr. I-Ierchnier occupied hut FRENCH BOUGHT TWELVE HORSES AT MACLEOD Macleod, Oct. of the French government were in Macleod today for the purpose of pur- chasing remounts for the French army and contrary to expectations, owing to harvest operations, a large number of farmers brought in horses for sale. Most oi the animals were, however, of a high class _breed and HULL, QUE., BARS WILL GET BIG BUSINESS Ottawa, Out., Oct ia at least'one place where hotel-men re- ceive with great pleasure and satis- faction the decision of the Ontario li- cense board to close all hotel bars at 8 p.m. This place is Hull, Que. This city is connected, to Ottawa by an inter- provincial bridge and .two lines of. street railway. The closing days and hours for hotels in the two provinces differ, and experience has shown, that when the Ottawa hotels have close their bars, there has been, a steady stream across the river to Hull, where there are some 18 licensed "es- tablishments. the piicfi offered the purchasers was not acceptable to the owners. Altogether twelve horses were piir- bo shipped to- chasert which will, morrow for the minutes in' stating the. case .of the crown, and was also apiLiuded. His Lordship, Chief Justice Hunter, in charging the jury, was explicit, and impartial, occupying fifteen minutes. The jury were out .half an hour and rnturnc-1 with a verdict ci not guilty. TD discharging thu accused .his ship congratulated him and expressed j the hope that he might he able to -.Thomas Kpp.wooii, of Sarnhi, ten at the age ci 82 years. died BRIGHTER CHILDREN Children are probably brighter to-day than a generation are they stronger? .That's a grave question. So many pinched dulled eyes and languid feeling make us wonder if they Mill ever grow into rvbust, men and women. If your children catch colds easily, are tired when rising, lack healthy color, or find studies difficult, _give them Scott's Emulsion for one month to enrich their blood and restore th'e bod} forces to healthy action. Scott s Emulsion is used m private schools. It is not simply a highly, concentrated oil-food, free from harmful drugs It cannot harm, it improves blood, it benefits lungs and strengthens the system Your drug- gist lias substitutes. Srolt 3; Kowne, Toronto. Oat. 13-21 ed on o notj accept the terms offered the clubs will bring out the this season plaju J WINTER BASEBALL San Diego." XM.1, Oct. LEAGUE A four- club: winter baseball league, season to' extend from Npvfimber. to March, has been formed In Sou their Ciluoi niBi according to announcement made by 1 Palmer local mrgnatc, todij J4nTJ Bernardino, Chicago American Giants Los Angeles and San; Diego comprise the circuit KITTY Though 2000 fiom a railroad m the extreme north o( Peg m Peg O M. Heart the de Arift, mamUitib an electric light three net icncdt h nte plant the tne Mnjcstk T'IC trc Untelit onb Australian Cadets Imperialistic, Inspiring, Musical Double Billed Extravaganza, Including the f am out military dram A "Called To The Front" Majestic Theatre Saturday, October 23rd Matinee BOYS: Eytning Performance 8.15 p.m. World's Champion Brass Band Vocalists. Instrumentalists, Gynlnasts, Comedians UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE PATRIOTIC FUND AND RED SHOES UOX PLAN AT DRUG STORE 81.00; Main Flwr tIJN, 75, SOe; Balcony 75, 50, MATINEE JSc; 50c. ;