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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL If, 1915 THE LKT1BITIDGE DAILY HERALD PARE THRCT! lEKlYll Lut year, time, the vari- HLhletlc brnnclieB of die city put their hearts and advocated a weekly hnl't hoHi.ay -'for LplhlirMjje. Tlieir efforts brought forth fr.ull, and 'U11 ring che uuinmer month H of; laet war the Blare anil 'warehouse em- Ploy cot) cf the clly. lisd AVeduosday aHernoons off. One of those wlio v.'as tt "rime mov- tj- ".aat year 'in tho movement has pe.uicfl ii lelter to the Ilorald liis the con Lent ion for-thn hull-holiday Uiis year. JUs letter foNoK-a: Kditor, UleriiUl: -As formerly reBldaut Ju find uli'A very much interested, in its welfare, I '.rniiid like to see R renciral ul' this weekly hulf .holiday, which was enjoy- rd by the si ore and. warehouse .em- ployees during the summer months of lusi year. I believe thai 'ovcry 'one concerned lountl this Jltlle respite from luljcr of great, benefit, nncl a era at incatJure, while entailing1 no great Inconven- ience or loss. Many'arguments cun he'advanced lit tiiipjjort of siich 'a pol- icy, but Ii is no doubt needless lo do i so IKMV Unit "it hue been fliiccessfully put on trial by n portion of tim'com- munJty. Jliil ivJiy should JL not be.ex- Will buy i Guaranteed Bicycle, Midi In Canada. lnrnilBS couler brake, Holler Clitlu, Ahlilguaj-dB, Dnnloi> TlreE. Mull order lioiiBua etuinol .match this Hike lu quality or price, Come and ice MAC before you your money oul of town. THE INDIAN Tile World'e Bolt Motorcycle Prlcee from to D. E. MacDenald INDIAN Phone 1032 5th Street tended bolli durHlloii, ilnd In." the number rJurlvhig a beiiBflt? "AVhy not Bltirt in May of Supteiubcr. continue to thy end liisleod.'ol tlie shprr'rjim or lawt yenr, nnd aluo extend Us ecdpe beyond thoae employed in life stores anil lioiiscfi? To jenm that rlio small but success [ul start ol last your was but a pre- lude of great progress, tills -year, Is the cnrneat wish of 0110 wlio lifiped. P. 'J. COLLINS. Jlr. Collins is at the present tlmo out of the city, but is taking an active interest in this project wh'ch he fiUhcred here last y'eaf..'. IN MS Of STRENGTH About iiO boyi took imrt in the Sun- A. Hoberts. S. Payne, JL.Ir.viae G.'AIw- rlaou R. 'McCamhly, L. Waiiffh; W. and D. Smith day school atliletic Icngua meet on Safjrclp.y nlglit, 'li'Uio Y.M.C.A. gym: Tiio evenle iverc takoc Irora (he Canadian -hoys' standard etMci- uicy tuats, and were dJridod into three grouiis: Jumptng, throwing and run- Tile "jumping group 'was composed cf foji- evouts: SUmlhig broad, jump, three standing Jumps, bigVi jump and slanillng Jidn; atep' ainl :jiinip. In the class N'ormaii ..Whitney was the pnly lo roach llio standard. There were 110 auecweBful -compelitorn in the !tr-ihti. iii the HOlbs. Charlie Jonu was tue only auoceeafvil In tha 12GlbP. c'lass.'.wo nompetlUn s.ucceBBful in mak- 'ing the .irade, Hugh. Mctllvena and Ralph WRddiugton. .These boys will be Awarded the Canadian Boyt' Effl- ciency brcnze for jiimping. "t" lio thro wing group cpasifited of put, null throwing for .and throwing at'a target. Two DC theae-events .Were .pulled oft. In ibb slut nut tberp were-no prizes in (.he aarf flolbri ciasie's. 'jn the 110 Ibs. c.asa Chirlie ancceas- fiil, :infJ fn'liie 325lbff.cJais-H.ugli Mc- [IvpnR cailJy madt-the.fllindard. In (_____ the ?uli up, Norman Whitney, A. '-y" hpye1 department. P- tlie ol.ifia succeeded in making the siandard. W. HitlpaLh R, Johnson, T. Hnrily and R. Hardy were the "only ones Li tho Uolbs. clnEs 'to reach the Blandunl. In tho llOlbs. elms, C. Jones .ivas the only successful com- petitor, and H. Mcllvenn In the 1251bs. class, The other two events. Trhlch are outdoor events ivill be nuMed off next Sfttunlay nfternoon. the running group only one even could be pulled off indoors, and that was the potuto race. The following hoya In the SOlbs. class were suceese ful: A. Oant, Morriuon. N- Whltney; R. Johnson, R. Wilmot, W. EfaHey ond FOOTBALL London, April 17. The [olio-wing arc llio resulls of ihe scheduled gup Rumcs played today on Lhc grounds of the first named club: j DIVISION' "Vston Villa 0, Chilian. Athletic 0. Unidford Oily 1, Shellieli! U'. 0. Ilvmiicy 3, Suntierlauil L Chelsea IVe-'s'-broHnvJch AJljioirl. Liverpool 3, nrndlord 1. Citj" Jin-rron 1. BASEBALL NATIONAL I'JiiladelpJiili Chicago........................ CjncitmaU York 1'lilsljnrg St.'hull's HoEtnn......................... Brooklyn...................... W. 1'ct 1.000 .1100 .COD .500 .400 .'10.0 .33.1 .251) SATUIIDAY WAMHS New York Alexaulu and Killifcr SUuud anil Hitter. 170 IJrootclyn .1............................. i Atchisojn, Ragou wml McC; Stuiind and (iowdy. MAJESTIC FOUR NIGHTS- STARTING NEXT fjnnjl II 8. E. LANG PRESENTS THE FAMOUS JUVENILE BOSTONIANS IN A REPERTOIRE OF SUCCESSFUL Comedies OPENING BILL WEDNESDAY NIGHT THE ISLE OF SPICE F. C. Whitney's Great Chicago Musical Comedy Triumph THURSDAY NIGHT "My Tango Maid" NewjYork'i Latest 'Dance Revue 'Friday. Night and Saturday Matinee SATURDAY NIGHT "T'AVr A" 'Greateit 1 AJS 1 A A A Comic .Opera of POPULAR 25c: 35c and 50c Bargain 'Matinee Saturday ADULTS Scats Now Selling at Hedl.ey Drug. Co. I'ittshlirK Cincinnati Adams and Clark. 3 2 Drown 8 0 G 1 and G. Qrlst. In the 95lbs.. W. Rid pith -B. Kipo, N. McCarthy ,and T lliirdy were the only ones to inaho the turn's In time. C. was the onlj one in the llOIbs. clusB to qualify There were no entries in the 1251us ClaEH. sprints, which complete this group, will be run off in front 'of the association building OH Siturdaj neit at 3 o'clock, together .frltli throwing events. PartlcularE at the wJll -he in the differect times and dJalances found on the bulletin hoard inu April the Watson next and LaiTcrty last, 'are "all" there" when was-hit as easily as-.the .next. fiuliiier boy football is' they 'arc :ciir- .when it comes to base- Each baJI-' UiU'ilstoii -u-il its first ol baKcjball oi the op hiftUrnay: ivhcn the local team met a picked team-Eromi the rauka o.---the TopnnucB, "The soldirr.-boys were in ilrad eiirucBt and played their ust; xvhilb ".-.tlit: civilians, eBpacially nun- -One oi .tue interesting features o[ the fgamo was the frequent .change o! umpires. A. Stoddard.was the first "Ump" up, but cheeriully gave way- to'a man selected by. the" -McLean, were continually, being disputed .by .notti sides. He resigned and.Ohai. Cheese-' ......_ man. took iis .place. Glueseman re- pilclicr, Hediord.-.tonk tile gaiceUused to' be bulldozed by indignant and the game went' In a'n oa'iv, very Kcldom- put .any great, effort in'to Mieir playiiii: Kedtoru Is, a.ydune hushn-. wlio played the leading part' aicelr oii'.. -7 A .number former hoys be-noticed iii the lino-u; ol In --the league series i'liey are nanicd leVeral-viJlages surroUndjllE' Cardstbni-in the.order jn .played. last- year. contiolled .Jit jajiie from. etkrt to O.'Hollon Wanderers 0. NtMvcaslJe IJuitGrl 2, BlMkTjnrn R. 1 SheHicld U- 3, Manchester U..1. ToltciilJam IJ.-NoLtH postponed. SECOND DIVISION BarnElty 1, Hull City 0. Blackpool. 5-, (rrimsby Town 0. Brighton City 2, Lincoln City i. Bnry 2, Derby County 0. Glossop 0, Stockpoct County 1. H udders fie Id Town 0, Birmingham 0 Leicester Fosse 3, Leeds City 1. Nottingham Finest 0, Clapton 0. 1- Preston Nortlicnd 3f The Arsenal 0. Wolverhamptou 2, Fiilham 0. SOUTHERN7 LEACiU'lC Oniingham 3, Watford 3. Brighton and Hove Albion 1, North- Cardiff C'ity 1, .Southampton 1. Exctcu City 1. LuLon Town 2, Croyuoii Common 1. Portsmouth 3, Bristol Rovers 0. Town 1, Millwali Ath- letics '2. Southern! U. 1, Queens Part H. 1. Norwich City 2, Plymouth A. 0. Crystal Palace 3, Westham U- 1. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Glasgow, April Following arc St. Louis............................. -l Chicago................................. 0 Nichaus, Sallee and Glenn Zahcl, Cheney, Vaughn anil Archer. SUNDAY fJAMES St. Louis a 7 Cincinnati _............-.............. S 10 I Doak and Glenn Schneider. Dale ami. Clarke. SCOJIY AlUN'S BEAIEN IN BIG PittsburR............................... 1 Chjcago................................. 2 7 Cooper, McQuillan and Schang; Gib- son, Vaughn and Brcsnahiin. G'ames played oti grounds' of lust named cluh in each case. AMERICAN Boston Chicago Cleveland '_................. Washington N'cu' York Detroit ..._.................. St. Louis Philadelphia SATURDAY PcL .6B7 .600 .500 .500 .400 .400 .334 Cleveland Detroit .........'..f.......... Morton and Egan Key. 0 t 1 5 10 I) nubuc and Mc- S 0 New York Philadelphia....................... Mcljaic and' Sweeney; Bresslcr, Harper and Lapp. Nome, Alaska. April liZcpalla, ilrtving his own team of six- teen SJbiruian wolf dogs, won late Saturday the -112 "miles All-Alaska sweepstake dog team race, started at I o'clock last Wednesday inorninp. His time lor the course was 78 hours, 44 minutes, and 37 seconds 4 hours, 30 minutes ;uid J7---'Seconds slowet than the record established by John Johnson's Siberian wolves in 1910- As Zcpalki passed the finish line, A. A. f.Scotty) Allan, who was sec- ond, was just passing Fort Davis, five miles out from Nome, with the Allan-Darling team ol' male mules, owned jointly Iiy himself and airs. Charlca E. Darling ol Berkeley, Cal. Eskimo 'Joan, driving the team enter- ed by the Council Kennel club, was approaching roadliouse, 21 away. Changes in Herald Staff CONTINUED FRQJI FRONT PAGE. as much as that lie liaii on the Herald (luring the last four or five There is no question that Jlr. ong had a successful career before lim in journalism, and if he decides to forsake tiie farm later, on lie will lot have .iuy difficulty In securing a position in (.lie profession vrhich he is well fitted.' I EMPRESS i FINE, FINER AND FINEST Thsse will bear Investigation: .1. KEYSTONES nead no. boosting. 2. A DOMINO film of touching interest. 3. A BEAUTY, where-the old man wakee up. 4. This RELIANCE will make you laugh. 5. The GAUMONT it Iho btit War Weekly, 6. MR. VAUDREY PETRIE in long. 7. THE EMPRESS ORCHESTRA. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THE MAN FBOM HOME A Five Part Paramount Picture DUET BY MESSRS. FLEMING AND PETR1G Popular Local Slngera Ilpston Washington............................ Mr. Gfofi ntiw becomes :v.s editor oi the Herald, lie is well j equipped lor this position, having j i pracl.-icnHy spent all of his life since I J leaving si-hool in the newspaper j g j; sphere, Beginning as a reporter G. Kdmonton, Mr. Groli developed into the results ot Scottish League fool- ball games played today ling, Johnson and Aiusniith. one of llic nest known members of grounds of the first named club Third Lanark 0, Celtic 4. St. Mirren 1, Hearts U. Clyde 3, Queens Park J. Mpthcnvcll J, Partick Thistle 0. Airdriconians 1, Ayr United 1, Dundee 2, iRaitb It-overs 0. Aberdeen 1, Hamilton Academicals 0. i oiiu ui inc nesij Known mcmncrs ol i the profession in the capital, ami tor I 3 a time was news editor oi the Gapi-i I j tal.A few years ago ho the i Chicago' 3 _ St Louis --h-? 4 4- i I tal.A lew years ago ho dcoided .laspcr Lcvor- launch into' the' publication oi enz and.-Sevcroiii. "Tabor Times." While he had to lace father adverse conditions ever since CHESS SUNDAY. GAMES Chicago -...V..-. 7 Detroit..: B 6 3 9 2 Scott, Johnson, .Wolfgang and Schalk Reynolds, Dauss, McKee and SLannge. 10 3 ivill St. Louis............................. 1. 3 'L Mitchell and O'Neill Wcilman, Hemneas.-aud 'Games', played 01 named club in- each FEDERAL The Lethbridge Chess Club ;lose its season on Tuesday nisht when .a .lightning iournaihent teld and it is hoped that all mem- bers will' turn up. tournament will be played 'on .lie .American system and on handi- cap terms.-. 15 seconds will be. allow- ed per' move and moves have to be made at vorri .01 command. .Mr. Jas. Daivson (scratch) is the Newark winner of tihc season's handicap tour- Kansas City ament, having only lost one. game, '.pjttsburg ground! of case. last Brooklyn Chicago and Mr. Kilmer'a good seov end. BOXING Buffalo HufTaln St. Louis W. 5 4 4- 3 3 8'- 2 his advent to that town, nevertheless lie produced a bright newsy weckljv On the 1st of May Mr. Clarence Shcrloct, a member of a -well known Lethbridge family, 'will take a posi- tion it the Herald' as reporter, air. Sherlock is .without experience, but he has a, strong leaning towards jour- nalism, nnd with Ills thorough educa- tion and local knowledge will unques- tionably nil this position antislac- torily. Agriculturists Watching CONTINUED FROM. .FROXT PAGE. Application [prms lor ainnttiirl cards ijve .been received here from Edtnpn-jG'r'oom SATURDAY GAMES Chicago 4 St. 1 Batteries Pet. .607 .500; It is Stephens' opinion that the .5001 dry ssason last year.'.tended '.toward .500! the piCECrVBtion. of the eggs.- From .333 j his-mvn 'observation seeii.-'rio .3331.damage t.) winter wheat. What .3331 worms he discovered were feeding'.on j mustard preieiencc j to" the grain; and it is.-barcly possible '7 fl'that "not be a at ail.. .The .worms, although Kn-: TONIGHT A Big1 Three Reel Feature WHAT COULD SHE DO? A Most Powerful Drama "The Scapegoat" A SEUG WESTERNER Win. Henry Jones' "COURTSHIP" The Pony Contest Commences ROLL UP AND GIVi VOUR FAVORITE A (5OOD START STARLAriD In' presenting tue uiuct-tBlked ot Edison -thrco-reel -''WliiL Could She Starland is> patrons apmething out of tlie ordlbary.' "UTiat Could Sho portrays the trials knd struggles of ft refined south- ern 'girl of exceptional education and accorupIisbmeiUB, who, through the self death'of her parents, finds her- penniless and thrown on the cries llfndrix .and Wilson -i en Jhe, do. not niigrate Watson and Hartley. witb aiiy.lhing -lilio .rapiditsi ;it- 'j tending tlic niarchci I liv-ornl.J' :s of.the 'true anhy to. caws 'the 'ash their, dreams to earth Tommies -.tantalizing .curves .....WO ...222 '811 Qoniidrring the earlinrss of the ly and put tie liile.out. itason ql bolV >idet thowii bwri'forjliim the veryjup MBwrkaMytWeU: .iBfUK 'a litUc 6 11 t! Stephens .will-work wiH! Jlrr'Stricklancl; will i do allijn'-his poV'er'.to'-aid'- in the eradication, and, -of .tie 21 spread. oKlhev.vv'o'ric.yile' is "advocating tonight', every, 'other 'night 'pos-l i o 'ng the day of depicture.' Lifltte. Siaton Schultz, Krapp, hit' (he -'plowed' tat Hje' arid Tree is a MJH in trim. Yfhite hoihome-funs of HIT _. _ _ Miojigh, ithem VeiougS work The CarJiton wkich-ii noted (bt .Its' of poor hitters, to tin ball wbeneter'thty aid." numerous aid three- paie" niTi were-inMe.; It been .'sugmiGM- that a lea .TcKtffton the and ib.aiVtJie.iate pro- ceeds, .pe given to', the -fund for 'the building of the LaVitr 'Bar, Stints -Temple bete.'iTIie.pTpitoMlsieenn to be mestias with C. JOHN O BOCKEFELLBK thensihlWllon fine s pUjed -iy the BrboUrn at spii.nonii, RockofiMer Imi tn dcntibaMbajl "_ We given the "ie.ot.thrw acres-ot lino to the Poc- In itu building diamond aid .i Manner. Kerrlnn nave.a tvntj he Mr. come out and root for COLUMilA (WIMMIIU .WIN wcnthe Bwlmmlnf Trap iiere by a ecorv of u and b> 10 doln( made an- other irlpfe (le with ?or probability of a smok- i.pitisbu; held here next imk {'Kansas' wises -of the. Leth- jfoiking at'Well-: ivlierc tlie" .intiJts :seeni to.: .be Ojiiiqst. visited .Knetur ,.and Ber- the bouts Henhing, Bljctburn and Alberta bvancV of A> A. U-.'ol Easterly arorjatiu e a certaili, but it will suffice to see the. local eontogeiifc i rj'hic.go SUNDAY GAMES the L.'. Jarmrycsterdaj-' tcriipou', .-liut 'co.iilti' locate v.-orms world to battle Tor herself. The nils-" 'ortunes. and--adventures :tbat :tbis young, girl meets m'ukea. one .of lie most uuiuue presentations that .it has been the lot of .movie tons to Sydney that .eminent, .refined cbaracter ccmedian, will be seen in a screamlris domestic entitled Jones'. and.-lovers of refined'comedy have the. real ORPHEUM and .Farm Festival Only cix more daya left. Bring your'couponi and win a big prize. The Pony itHl DALE A ENTRUP Comedy Musical' Duo MISS B, PAHTELLO Silver, Voiced Vocallit TRICKING THE 'GOVERN-' WENT A Sid .Olcott Pprt ;Feet of Scnamfng i tCx.ay. There are only six more dayaS left.of the farm festival, and'.we have'" six ,'wprthy- prizes to .be. given Bring your coupons and see how lucltyj' you are. '.We still have the ......1 be.tbe lucky-winner of; .A'.western drama. "The Scape- of will KEY'aTONE: NIGHT AT IMPRESS '-.Dale. comedy duo, vfill b'e the stellar the preBeDting all-i round musical act that haa never fere .visited. Lethbridge, The .jirpgramme'for-'tonlght and -with ivhjpli'is'Euro to please, -bririgs.-Ttparp.ipf1 Joy are.unequalled i- iove for; his- sister. 'of Ills eucceas in Eecuflng forjhis L. p -.i, a u The smoking concert would be iii 1st -Louis 2: lie lorm pi bpling bouh sones, John Fischer Wilson, Dav-j etc. and a.vejy sra.ll admission lee enportiand Hartley. wnuin DC 3 .and correct, nieasures are mlt. FAMOUS BICYCLE RACER DEAD Floyd A. McFarland' Injurjn in Fight Newrk, N.J., April A. McFarland.of Sin Jon, Oal., general manager of the. Cycle Racing aaio- olttlan, ind the mioit widely known' bicycle'riden In the. cbuiitry, dlid toBlict result of Injurleii re- ceived in in iltircation with' Divld In the velodrome here, late todny. Lun- ttnberr arid a charge of Biurder made Tliere itlll a mistlnif of the city Mgue MMhe.1 this the Y.M.C.A. 8 o'clock All inler- Mled it bucbill an nrlted to on grounda'-ot named club in .eacli last v AM. ASSOCIATION SATURDAY RESULTS At OoliimbiiB4-Louisville -jw Colum- bus 0. At Indianapplit, 8, p land 3. At Kainjs St. Paul 1, S.J City.' At Milnaukee-.Minncapolu 9, waukee I. 'SUNDAY GAMES Minotapolls 8, Milwaukee 5. St. Kansas City: i. Columbui 3, Louisville 11. 1. Indianapolli I. Mil- made for Btreet'parade by the White oirlfild club on April 22, the op- day 'pf the Abierlran-lMcue sn-. Thire hundred Dilbuuue will be .'I DECLARES REVOLT BREWING IIRIDOKLYN CLUB belahaniy declarss that tbe" Brooklyn Federals 'are in a etale.of lie selil Eome hot things about Lee Jtafte, the club's is another but Uiisjohe. 'prihce-and princess from: anarchists. He :is.taken' variety stage at '.the'. pr'eseht day! B.i ;i Parteilp 'comes to. tfie ,cd as bhsi best, s ove actg' direct from. -Winiifpeg'tg: play, the pheum., nreay': j liart- featur.e .full'Of- ihril'la :and e' feaKioncd ideas, who., lnVt.ljo: h-jt BiiSit'ttmp.lqd ,rcu- bery of his bank, its fnistratipn; manager. Dolahftnty says' XIagce ri.ns o_f-.n telephone .wuich .Ills a lot of-new farigled IdeiE about'fun- uauehler's lover has: iilnga bull team tvllich the older bands tree; nwalcena tho' reault do not, kindly.'.-Afte: trouble, Arties Hqffinm left home iri' laying of the "VVsr 11 be.'.back Iii diyi.'.liut'pelahinly n.vvj.'_in i.i-.i.i Bnys hn jumped- tlie team', and he' will niako an .effort io a'gJllD 'get inlb. organized.ball.; 'f ICkL New York, N.Y., Me CaHby, Montana heavyitvejght, had the belter of every, rouiid-pf a lOTOunrl bout tonlirht piiiK Bell, 'Austra- Lfter much i home Is ifl for wife. is of the "VVsr 11 ,.There will be music Erajit'ets" and p. apng .Pettj.e, ''The-Man Krom five-part :.SHETLANO PONY -.Tbc biggest :tbe kind.ever: attempted in .a. theatre jn Lethbridge'. i ;corhmenceB today, at Starlaud, .'when JftejSligUalid Ppny, amongJUie boyj itarti off. Already there-are more, are eipected to. .beV nominlted h! tldehfiilor. The weights 'were: .Ur.CarinV, 185; Bell, ill. Msurs. :-jOne of the.. ..feature programmes triit hss yet been Beeii at Iptfrchtser a coupon fori'25" iS'otes'by June 16 1 i. The. bi d'ay. ;