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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER ill, 1911 THE' LETHfftMDflE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE FOR WESTERN CANADA RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP Reglna T-eam Invades Winnipeg and Is Confident of Today Winnipeg. Oct- of the Kcgiha Tigers, who arc in Winni- peg today in large numbers .to wit- ness the final game (or the champion- ship of Western lire con ful- l-lit that tlieir team, which has twice vim the championship already, will be able to take the Rowing Club, aianitolm champions, into camp. Kven among the followers of Oarsmen it IK conceded that the in- vaders will luxve a good chance to vin, hut the Oarsmen intend to put up a great struggle. Uegina handed the Rowing Cilib a decisive, beating in the 'final game last year, hut their. team is said to lie not quite so strong as Llic one which romped away with the lionors last year. Tlioro am lour or five changes in the lineup, but the substitutes are all good men. WRESTLER STABS GIRL YOUHO Grappler Fatal !y Wounds Sweetheart Whom He R-efuaes to Wed Chicago, 111., Oct Holllz, IP, was fatally stabbed early today by John Leschka, a-young professional wrestler, when she pleaded with him to marry her. The stabbing occurred in tbe parlor of the girl's home. After grappling with nor father. Leachka escaped. JOHNSON WAITS HIGH BID Great Pitcher, However, Denies Hav- ing Signed With Federals Coffeovltlo. Kan., Oct. all a case'of bidding. The team that has the best proposition with the most jnonoy will Ket ray services." This thi> frank statement of Wai tor Johnson, pltcber of the Wash- ington Americans, lu making denial today that he had signed a contract to nlay with the Sf. Louis Federals. Johnson eaid ho had had a confer with Fielder Jones of Ihe St. Louis team at Johnson's iiome. Jones has ijeen instructed by, his St. Louis "hackers to get Johnson at any price. MEETING OF AA-BERTA HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Red.. Deer, Oct. Maunj the secretary, announces that the annual meeting bf'the-Alberta Am- ateur Hockey asBociatioii'-wllI- held in the Y.M.C.A. at the city of "Edmon- ton, on Saturday, November 7, at 2 p.m. "NO DECISION AT MISSOULA Missoula, Mont., Oct. a hard- fought 12-round contest u'ere last ev- enins Art A'iiard of, Bntte and Jack Collins of Missbula finished their bout with honors even. Soldier Gomez of: Fort Missbula' the allotting n fight between a plurkj girl and lions, in a'feature ot such stu- pendous prooortlons that the aston- ished watchers are carried to highest pinnacle of IllglllK Jiiiuw.. 11 thrown .on tlie screen tonight. A STORY OF AMBITION AT THE EMPRESS "The the feature shown at the Empress Theatre, Is surely a true story of lite among the poor, II- uuumv literate inhabitants of the unfertile native, lowing the career of with a most thrilling LuciHe, f. The Boei parts. War, a feature ia Constipation thecamp v wider: "truest tnd ruin the mort It to imligMfon, impure blood, tad headichw, and a -jjSj- T. freauent CJUJM by taking Dr. IndUn Root Vllll ;