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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 19M THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY HE11ALU PAGE THREE ALLIES ABLE 10 FORMER CHAMPION REGAINS TROPHY PRESENTED HIM BY BOSTON ADMIRERS ON HER UST LEGS PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN' LEA- GUE PAYS RESPECTS TO FEDERALS Chlciigo, 111. Oct. U Sal- llvmi, once heavyweight champion, has sot bach the licit that the1 citi- zens of Boston save him back In Ji.8.1, DOOM after he bail defeated Paddy Ryan and become diamplcm of Am- belt lias been In various hands, passing out of Sullivan's when he be- came hard pressed for funds. redeemed it. anil men let it again. It has been In Chi- cago several times, and now goes back to the veteran gladiator.and Ins part- oe'iyit is said, at a price of Chicago Man Buys Trophy The last man to gel it from Sulli- van was a New Yorker, who obtained It at a price of S2000, it is said, with Wile chance of any redemption com- ing. Tom Donnelly of this city Knew of'its whereabouts, and after some dickering Is said to have obtained the licit at about the same figure. He nought it live years ago, s.ud prized it highly. He advised John L. that he Jiad the prize, and lately Sullivan evinced lively'interest In. the trophy and several months ago entered Into negotiations for its return. Donnolly listened to the. old-timer's pleading and after much correspondence ant. the personal trip here of a close friend of Sullivan's, who said John was will- ing to pay to regain possession. It was at this figure; it is said, that the belt changed hands, and was re- turned to tile-original owner. This belt, .supposed to he emblem- atic of the world's heavyweight box- ing championship, 'was presented to Sullivan over 30 years ago by the citi- zens of Boston, and the money 'o pay Jor it was obtained by public sub- scrip'tion, headed handsomely by some of the leadjng citizens of the Bay State metropolis. It was given to Sullivan to lie his personal property, and there were no conditions covering it at ail that iie be reciuired to defend it against challens- Belt Coat The belt originally cost and a real goni of the jewelers' art of that day. it. was heavily studded diamonds and other precious stones, and is said to have had fliOOO worth of embedded in its ample folds. Sullivan displayed it frequently during his lours tit the Country, and it was 'mficu Hdmirstl. Finally- some rough days vbefell .the champion and he 'was; forced to part it. New York, N.V., Oct. Johnson yesterday: voiced his usual belligerence toward the independent cause. "The Federal said he, MB Blmjly carrying out the hlut'f It lias been making ever since it took the field. It boasted last spring that it had corralled 50 or 01) players. It got only a handful of men who were worth a cent to organized baseball. And you will find that It will be every bit as unsuccessful next season. "The Federal league is on its last concluded Ban. "It may start next season and. it may. not. Hut it has been a financial frost from start to finish, and will continue so as long as It tries to buck the two major lea- i sues. There Is no room for three ma- j jor circuits, ami nobody knows It bet- ter than the public. Tlie National and American leagues are well establish- ed and have the confidence of the pub- lic. Wherefore they will continue to receive due patronage." Bail Johnson was somewhat disap pointed with the sorry allowing of the Athletics against the, Boston Braves hut looked upon the matter Quite phil- osophically. "Naturally I thought my represent- Itivu far ti'.L- he, "but nothing could have happened to heighten the interest in 'the sport more than the rather unexpected vic- tory of the Attempted Advance of the En- emy Has Been Kept in Check BELGIANS ARE ACTIVE TONIGHT Is lie Jones (the TONIGHT OLDFIELD ENTERS RACE Los Oct. cial' success of the 7th annual Los Angeles-Plioenix road race, November 9 19 and is assured by the receipt ny Chairman L. T Shettler of the guarantees for-the purses. Chairman Shettler is confident there between IS and 25 cars to compete. The veteran Barney Oldficld T pKot the Stutz he drove at Indianap- olis; and. has made'the declaration he would rather "Win the Phoenix race than any other, with thejpossible-ex- ception of the. international speedway- event. AT Y.M.C.A. Big Bowling League Commenced Last Night Th? iirst match in the Y.M.C.A. bowling league was played last night. The Hoarding Club trio gave the Dor- mitory team an awful drubbing, de- feating them in tiie first game by a total nf 8S pins, and in the second game 61 pins. THE SCORES I Carhcrry I'' J-JJ Mason }lj Shannon 461 190 81 134 137 152 158 London, Oct. overnight] war summary is as follows: The Germans are attempting not only to advance along the <'oast of the North Sea to the French ports, tut have attacked the Allies at many points from the extreme north to the heights of the Meuse to the south of the battle front. In the north the Holgian army has held Us ground with remarkable ten- acity: while at bahasse, around Ar- rus, between Peronue and Albert: to the east of the Argonne ,aud along the Meuse the German offensive tactics have1 been repulsed. This is the sub-1 stance 'of the Frencli official report, j and in a measure it is in agreement with the German official report, which, while not attempting any de-; tailed description of the battle, de-j Clares that the German forces have met 'with strong opposition at .the Itlver Yser, where the fighting lias continued since Sunday, but that otherwise the situation rather favors the German arms, particularly in the j of Lille, at which point the French have been attacking for sev- j eral days witii desperation, and have been repulsed with heavy losses. j Thirty thousand Germans are re-, ported to have occupied the coast be- tween Ostend and Nieuport, and to have dug trenches along the dykes from Middlekirke to Westende, but later advices declare that they have been repulsed near the latter and that their guns are HOW near Os-1 tend, which to'wn they still occupy. The Russian commander-in-chief an-- nounces tersely that there is no change in the situation, although the Russians are in contact with the i enemy at various points in Galicia and east Prussia. With this the Ber- lin official bulletin is in agreement. A Rotterdam dispatch says that the German marines are leaving Antwerp to join the fleet, and that the ships at Kiel have been extensively provision-1 eel, pending activity of the German; Navy, which has been for the past two.j months at rest in Germany's well-pro-' teeted harbors. THE MYSTERY The mystery is becoming clearer-don't miss this episode Also Many Other Attractions II :spisode of Early the great War Happenings 3 Part Dm ma from the novel by Booth Tnrkington Good Comedy Allen Nicholson 373 420 Clta? Caflierry was the high roller of the evening the handsome average ot'187. SOME LEAGUE The league is a including 10 learns They are Boarding Club, Dormitory, Bankers, Ministers, High School, V. M. A. -Board of Di- rectors A. MacDonald Co., Hoyal Bank, Knox Hlble Class, Herald. Two roundswiH.be played, all teams, playing each other twice. The first round ot the schedule will be completed Nov. 33, and then the sec- ond round will be off Two games completed a match and two matches will be played oS sim- ultaneously on most occasions. A M. Marshall has donated a prize tor the high individual bowler lor the entire tournament. The prize will consist of a pair of bowling shoes. an -effort is great as any yet made since the opening of the war to hem withdraw. The power of the British fleet ana England's mastery over tilt sea, ans slowly-becoming more and.more fac- ors in the great-war. England has been fretting .in the ace of a situation which so far has irecluded any general engagement with the German fleet. Thus the men- ion of British ships as actiye.l off the Belgian coast is hailed with lartfcular public satisfaction. All reports that the Allies had re- aken Ostend proved incorrect, .and not much faith is placed in the dis- patch saying they had occupied Jruges. If they have done so, it would mean that the German line has been pushed so far back as to be vir. :ually cut forces in the vicinity of Nieuport isolated. DEVORE NO. GLUTTON Boston Outfielder WilTin to Let SOFT JOB FOR FULTZ New York, N.Y., Oct. Base- ball Players' Fraternity announced yesterday that David L. Fultz hod re-elected president for a term of three years at the annual meeting of the board of At this meeting the'.number of vice-presidents members of the advisory .board watlnSed.from four to six, class pathy to left-handed He was 5A and class A'leagues being given sitting on the Boston bench tooktag representative each. I across toward where the Athletics Mdwar'd 5K P.eulbach was elected Mann Play in His Place JOsh Devdre has a well-known anti- pathy to left-handed pitchers.' He was tecretary; I CANADIAN RUGBY HAMILTON Tho HEm R.C. LO'OKS GOOD 'Rowing club team o E practically cinched "the championship of the Ontario Rugby Football Union, Saturday afternoon, when they de- feated St. Patrick's by 9 to 2. As they Jiave won both their out-of-town games and now have the 'balance of their schedule at home, it is hard to see liow the Tiger-Alert combination can lie beaten out. Saturday's game took lilace on a rain and mud-covered Held. Wheeleri Lead Keeping up 'their aggressive tac- tics throughout the greater- period of their second meeting with Ottawa, Montreal repeated their decisive vic- tory of the previous -week by beating the Capital players on the Westmount grounds on Saturday by a score of 21 to 11. Through winning this match, the Winged Wheel players assume the leadership oi the _ Inter-Provincial Rugby Union, a position that the club has not held since 1907, when they carried off the honors. Champs Win Easily In a rather unsatisfactory game Sat- urday Regina defeated the Robin Hoods by 13'to 6, in the Saskatchewan Union series. Owing to chang- es which disorganized the team, the Robin Hoods did not come up to ex- pectations. Regina won on Its merits, ioint- mtchers were up. "Who Baid Plank-waa all he de- manded of Wnitted. "That ain't Plank; that's Bressler, remarked Whitted. "Is that demanded De- looking more closely. "Sure." "And Bressler ain't good enough to get into this series, so Planlc will do the "Yep." Devore sat silent yelled to Mann. "Oh, -Les, you play." pecaons. eg but Its showing was also disappoint- ing. Wilson was the best man on the capita! city team. Both half-back di- visions muffed .considerably. Arnos Formidable e vco naut'! over the Hamilton Tigers on Saturday bv 7 to 5, augers tor tlie Toronto team in the Inter-Proviu- Clal Union. a then This is the fifth world's scries in which Johnny Evers has participat- ed Folir tim'es while a member o the Cubs he took part in games for the championship of the diamond The. years were 1908, .'08 .and Larry pt the Naps, made over hits during his long career as a major league plaj er Lairv is fasl.neanng the, end of his baseball' days. This season may be hie iait as a big league star. He has. given" evidence of up during the .past year. Jim Coffey, the Dublin giant, will 'heavyweight aspirations, is now in New. for a busy sea son. Jim expects to go to the posi shoitly with some pood heavies. Fo the coming season ho plans to go through' meet the best in the At caused a stir vhci he was brought out as a white hopi The Argo- ine vitiurv nut Uomhardicr Wells, is in i anyin; noa out Uombardicr Wolls, is in the ring again, and hiltllne fairly well in two west. He will go after bigger gamt I this winter. Allies Drive Back Germans IONTINUED FROM FRONT TAQE COL. SAM SEES LORD KITCHENER London, Oct. Sam Hughes, minister of Militia for came p yesterday from Salisbury to see Lord Kitchener. Subsequently Inter- viewed at the Savoy Hotel, Col. Hughes said he could not reveal the object of his conference with Minister of. War, -but he volunteered Jio information that Lord Kitchener and he were" in accord' on all points. Col. Hughes expressed his complete satisfaction with the arrangements made so far for the Canadian troops ,t Salisbury Plain. UNITED STATES PROTESTS TO GREAT BRITAIN Washington, Oct. United States has protested to Great Bri- tain against the seizure by a British: warship of the American tank steam- er John D. Rockefeller. This 'was an- nounced today Acting-Secretary Lansing of the State department. THEY MURDER Drink or DrugUsers Their helpless women and innocent children who make, rely or act upon the pernicious .claim that the serious diseased condition of alcoholic or nar- cotic drug poisoning Is "ONLY A VICIOUS HABIT." suppoit of this the Hon. J. B. Bruce, "I refer to the medical and scientific history of tlie world and the' bitter experience of mankind which .proves that-the poison of Drink or Drugs retained in the sys- tem causes disease untimely Do your duty to self, relative, or friend. The. Neal Treatment elimin- ates the poison from the system, cre- ates a loathing for liquor or drags and soon restores normal mental' and physical conditions. For lull information call or address The Neal Institute, 820 13th Avenue West, Calgary; Phone W4525. 60 NEAL INSTITUTES IN PRINCI- PAL CITIES FRIDAY 'Daniel Frohman pre- .sonts Carlyle. Black- in the Nautical V Ciomecly-Draffla The Spitfire JFo'ftr Keels Laughs and Thrills It cosl tlie, producers; I more i It cost tlie Exchange more to buy it; It" costs 'The Bijou more to show it; I tt will cost 10 and 20c to.see But It's WortU It. Sherman Theatre Oct. 24 ONCE ONLY THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY" TONIGHT Twelfth Episode of Mystery Story Be- ing Shown..at Starland The following is a short synopsis of .he twelfth enisode of "The Million Collar which, is being of- 'ered as., one of the'headliners of an all-feature programme at Stafiand to- night: No. Elusive Treas- ure treasure box is raised by the anchor of a tramp sttamer. A sailor spies gets it. Ar- riving at. the Bahamas tries to steal away, hut fights and the box falls into the sea. lines has a mysterious call- er. They are spied on -by Braine and Olga. Braine, excited at the identity of this person, levels his revolver. Florence fires, and Braine, shot in the wrist, rushes wildly away. Vroon learns "about the treasurt box and re- covers it from the sea.. At a meetius of the "Black just as the box-is about to be smashed open, the lights go ensues the lights are turned is gone FUN Oh You Laugh Hungry! Eichard Pringle's Famous Georgia Are Coming to Town headed by Clarciicc Powell The Highest .Salaried Minstrel Star in America The" Beau Brummel of Comedy And 40 Others A Revelation in Minstrelsy YOU'RE BOUND TO LAUGH! 75c 25c. nd with it three members. Who are they Again the box is rr.ysterirus hands' treas- ure chest sinks from view! Ten; thousand dollars in cash'will be given- for the -best 100-word solution of this mystery. See the picture here. Read the stor yil nthe paper etaoinh Read the story ia the paper. THE EMPRESS THE HOUSE OF QUALITY Wednesday and Thursday Quick Sands' THE STORK VISITS SLIP- PERY SLIM ,_ Some Laugh For Reel Kalem Feature All And Three Other Reels Surpassed by None. STOP, READ, AND REMEMBER THE DATE Friday-Saturday, "The Gamblers" BY CHAS. KLEIN The .Most Successful Drama :ever staged in the Movies. A Broadway All Star Feature in Five Complete Acts. A "Special Attraction Par Excellence. The Hobo Tenor.will MacRce, Hear Him." MINSTRELS OF YE. OLDEN TIME. Away -back in the feudal ages, when tne old feudal barons-ensconced them- selves In their castles, minstrelsy was their favorite form 'of amusement. In days of peace, haying nothing hut leisure, time would have hung heavy on their hands indeed, but Jor the minstreis__who came with their instruments to play and slag. Many were the gay scenes within _the grim old castle walls, when lords and. ladies fair, sat around the big old fire- Maces, with flagons well filled, listen. ig to the merry minstrel. As wine improves with age, so min- strelsy .lias come down through the ages, richer and better. It has under- gone many changes since the day of the grotesquely costumed troubadour of the middle ages to the smiling cir- cle of a modern first part. Each in his tlmeiand place by Tv-it and channbf. voice'and' nimble feet- Richards- Pringle's Famous Georgia Minstrels have retained the old-time flavor-in a beautiful setting. The company will parade the prin- cipal streets at noon, and Fred Samp- son's Challenge -Band will give a classieVcoiicert the theatre at 7.30.'o'clock oh the date of-the company's appearance here, Saturday next, October 24, at the Sherman. Theatre; ______ DON'T FAIL TO HEAR Ole Theobald! World Famous Violinist Supported by Miss Steizel, Vocalist and Miss Helen Keller, Pianist In Wesley Church TONIGHT Popular 50 and 25 cents. Seat Plan at Kenny and Allln's "THE GAMBLERS" The Empress Theatre promises the people of Lethbridge a. Broadway star eature of unusual merit on Friday and Saturday, when they present the moat successful drama of love 'and crime of recent years.. "Tie Gambl- ers" is a five-act photo-play, dealing with life in the upper world, showing the methods used -by the financiers of modern times; illustrating in'a most nvid manner the different modes of banking, showing the spec- ulator as well as the conservative man of business at work. "The Gamblers" is truly-'a. lesson, with a wonderful moral, a story that teaches us all that honesty in busi- ness, as well as In love, Is sure to overcome the difficult harriers placed in the path of life. jBcene'from "The Gambler' at tlie Etapraw, Saturday. REASON'S FOR USING BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as- a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at nieitl time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of'all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle clnira, but one that .we can'back up by prool. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited ft V ;