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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1915 THE LETHnniDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRI BELGIAN WAR PICTU RIIOI T THFATRF Thursday, Friday and Saturday VX 1 1 1 1YI_I 3 fn 1 1 n m. 1 fir 7 i 2 to 11 p.m- 2 to jl p.n ATTOPFASTCANHMKEI! OF N.HA; II .HAT Toronio, Jan. Torontps dc cil the Wanderers here tonight and Bulled the iUonfcrcalcra out of the tie for first position, leaving the Otta- was out in front alone. The score was fl to 2 and the easy mannct in which Torontos dcfDated the Wanderers .made the fans sit up. The Torontos back checked so bard that the visit- ing forwards found it almost impos- sible to get away for a clear rush. The game began with the unexpected Carpenter, who does not often find the nets, went through and scor- ed the first for the Torontos. Hyland uas injured early when he collided with Wilson- OTTAWA BEAT QUEBEC Quebec, Jan. 31. For the third time this season the Ottawa team defeated Quebec in a well contested game Saturday night, the final score bcinK 3 to 1. The game was rough on both sides and the hockey was therefore some- what ragged. Tommy Smith filled the; centre position for Quebec, but iicjhavo a minor league was too well watched to do much. President James A. Gilmote announc- CANA.DIENS WON ANOTHER definitely hero late loday, after a .uunurrai Jan. 31.-Canadiens won conference with baseball men. The their second match of the season in tcams af ibe new leaZue K'llJ be CIBht the N.H.A. at tbe Montreal arena on'ln number, he saLd, and will be put Saturdaj- night, when they defeat-fid lllLo towns whcre organized basefcaH FOOTBALL ENGLISH CUP MATCHES London, Jan- 30. following arc the results oi cup tie Barnes played today in the second round of tlie ting- Iteh football association cup, on the grounds of the first named club Newcastle United 1, Swansea Town 1. Sheffield Wednesday 2, Wolverhamp-i ton Wanderers 0. j Fulliam 2, Southampton I Brighton and Hove Albion 0, Hiiin-' _________ ingham 0. j Kvcrtoji 4, Bristol City 0 Neiv Jan.. American, Qldliam Athletic 3, Rochdale 0. Mull City 2, Northampton 1. record !or the twc-mile indoor walk minutes 35 2-5 seconds w'as made tronlght by George H. Goulding or the Toronto Young Men's Chris- tian association at t-he games of the Diocesan union in Brooklyn. This time bettered his former record, made- March 30, by 3 1-5 seconds. .John J. Kller of'the Irish-American Athletic club, New York, made a neiv American record in the 100-yard faur- ecconds, one-Hith hettcr than the for-j mer record, held hy himself. Boltbn Wanderers 0, MillwaH Ath- letic U. Bradford Cil.y 1, Middlesbrough d. Manchester Cnv I, Astonvilla 0. Norwich City 3. Tnf-tenliam Hot- spurs 2. Queen's Park Hangers; Leeds City l.'nilr-d J, Liverpool iJ. .Bury 0, Bradford I. dies, coming the distance in 11 4-5 j Burnley C, Soutlinnd United 0. ChelEea J, The. Arsenal 0 The above ties resulted ailev extra i Lime hud been pJaycri each game. FEDERALS TAKE STEPS TO PUT MINOR LEAGUE IN I LEAGUE MATCHES TONIGHT Fail To Sec Lasl Trump of The Auto (laslics over the dill, but uo one is injured. Allan and .Rose are, about to be married when lightning strikes house, and will see it all at Wtarlanci. Doctor's 'Orders AN OCEAN COMEDY EDNA MAISON 'Heart String's' A STRONG DRAMA Special Music Special Music CMfT A NTH I FoUowtoK arc the results OL league] U L A IN L' j ganies playod today OD lbe 1 01 the firet named clubs N'evv Haven, COIID., Jan. j "edcrat League HanebaM league the Shamrocks by 4 goals to 3. The attendance was comparatively small MONTREAL SKATER STAR IN THE BIG MEET AT CLEVELAND Clevolanil, Ohio, Jan. Wheeler of Montreal was the star of the first night's International Skatios TJnlcn championship matches, captur- ing the three-quarter mile race and the mile race events. Alter winning ihe quarter-mile race and finishing aecpnd in the three-quarter mile event. Ben Osloky, Cleveland ice sprinter! was put out oC the matches by' a col- lision in the final event or the night, ibo mile race. His left knee was cut and several ligaments torn. i REGINA BEAT MOOSE JAW Negina, Saslt., Jan. re- versing the form shown in the recent game at Moose Jaw, when they were defeated to tile tune of 14 to 6, the Re- Eina Victorias, in the game here last niEht defeated the Moose Ja'w Maple .Leafs, 8 to 2. Dummy MolIsW, wuo appeared for the second time with the "Victorias this season, showed that he deeerred a place on the team, three of Heglna's goals going to hl3 credit. JOSH DEVORE RELEASED Boston, Mass., Jan. De- rorg termed the luckiest man In base- hall, because of his connection with the New York Giants and Inter with tile Boston Braves, when these teams participated in world's championship series, was given an unconditional re- lease by. the Boston Nationals today. A desire to allow him to sell Ms ser- vices In the best market was given us the reason for the release' of the little outfielder. is now played. After tho meeting reports were cur- j-enfc that New Haven, Worcester, Marttord, Springfield, Providence and Manchester, N. H., 'might be included in league. This coiilrf not be con- firmed, however, President Gilmorc stating that the circuit would not be definitely made until alter March. Each-club is to be financed locally, Air. Crilrnore said, and UK Federal league is to furnish the players. Be- tween 30 anti 40 players are now said to bo available. Each club is to be lucnislwd with six players as a nu- cleus for building up a team. The clubs will pay to the Federal league WOO a month, for each player, the parent league paying the difference! when the player's salary is in excess of that amount. K1RST DIVISION Manchester United 3, Notts Counl-v SECONU DIVISION' fiarnsley 1, Iluddcrsfield Town 0. Glossop 0, Grimsby Town 1'rcston North End 1, Blackpool 0. Stockport County 3, Derby Counlv 2 Leicester F'osso 1, Clapton Orient 1. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Cardiff City 5, Crystal Palace 0. Swindon Town I, Westliam United 1. FRANKIE FLEMING WON Montreal, (Joe., Jan. c Fleming, the Canadian featherweight champion, added another victory to his list last night, when he decisively outpointed Willie Warren of Newark in nine rounds of a tea-round bout be lore the members of the Canadian Alb letlc club here. The men fought at catch-weightj. Fleming "weighing 124 pounds and Warren. 127." VANCOUVER WINS AT HOCKEY Defeats Victoria After Losing Three Straight .Games Vancouver. B.C., ,'lnn. 'er's puck-chasers -came bade in bril- iant form in-a hockey, match last nfght after three consecutive defeats and downed the Victoria champions by a score of 12 goals to 5 in a match eatured by brilliant goal keeping and sensational plays. Victoria held the leaders without a. score for nearly 15 minutes, Lindsay playing a. wonderful game, while the Victoria forwards kept the Vancouver defence busy. TOMMY SMITH WILL HETURN TO CUEBECS Quebec, Que., Jan. ments have just been completed. bi tween Manager Qlilnn of tbe Quehe Hockey club, and the management o n'heraby Tomm; of contention he GIBBONS MAY MEET McGOORTY Chicaso, 111., Jon; Gib- bons and Eddie McGoorty will meet In a 20-rouni boilng contest at Havana, Cuba, In Mareb, if they can agree on terms with-th'e promoters. MATCH FOR TAYLOR Saskatoon, Jan. heavyweight wreitler. The recently defeated Cutler and Roll er, last night wired accepting an of- fer to meet Lincoln; Neb., on February 23.. BICYCLE RACER INJURED Chicago, III., Jan. the 34th hour of the six-day race, Clarence Car man fell off and was car ried from the track, but later WBK re- vived and re-entered, Speed was not Improved up to noon wheii the eight leaders had coverec 739 miles in 37 hours, or 43 miles eeven laps behind tbe record.. The four other contestants irere lap be hind. CURLING SCRATCH CHNES TONIGHT Kverybody who frequents tiro Curt- Ing rink anil who is theatrically cimed'is going to'see "The Chocolate The rink will he almost de- serted oF cullers -and all competitions have heca called oil lor tonight. Ice will'lw'-6pen-for-scratch Daniel. Tornorrtnf- night (he Wales and K. rinks- will-'try conchiHians lor posBfssioii of the Elliion Milling Co. trophy. If Johnson's rink wins' the trophy will he theirs. Should rink ivin 'bul 'a -number of) Itie Shamrocks, Smith, the bone tween the Facile Coalt league and tb National Hockey association, 'will turn to his oil club and finish tbe sea- son with Quebec: MANOOT TO MEET BROWN Superior, Wio., Jan. Joe Man- dot of Neir Orleina and Pal Brown ol Minnesota are matched to meet in a LO-rbund Superior on February 36. Terms have been agreed on a.'d article! forwarded to the They weigh 133 pouud> at 3 o'- clock on tbe afternoon of'the contest. CALCARY CHINOOKS WON Calgary, Alta., .Tail. won from Sfbnarchs in the Calgary Senior Hockey league last niEht by a score ol 13 to.7., game was clean, nna n'lthough. quiet 'was pretty. The result has no on thfl ultfmtto championship, which lias been won by Victories, BRITTON OUTPOINTS GRAVES New York, M.Y., Jan. Brit- on or Chicago outpointed-and out- Should fouiht "Kid" of Milwaukee In fwt and clerer 10-rbund bout in sighed tints will be tiod up in tin baltlp 'BrooWyn tonight. Brlltqh -weighed lor and (Jfayw ponndi. Luton Town 3, G-illuigham J. Oroydon C'ommcn 4, 1 Portsmoulli 3, I'Jyinouth Argylc 1. SCOTTISH I.E4GUE Celtic 1, Hearts J. Falkirk 2. Airdrieonians 1. Patrick Thistle 2, ATI United 0. Morton Third Lanark 2. St. Mirrcn 3, Clyde I. Kilmarnock 1, Hamilton Aces. 0. Molherwell 1, Dundee 1. Hibernians 1, Hangers 2. Dumharton 3, Aberdeen 2. Queen's 1'alk 1, Raith Rovert 3. IRISH nouxo Distillery 4, Glenavon 1. Linfleld 3, Cliitonville 2 Shelburn 2. Glentoran 1. Celtic 4, Bohemians 0. NORTHERN UN10.N Barrow 21, Swinton 0. v Dewsbury 16, Hull 10. Halifax 12, Bradford 6. HudderBfield 79, Bramley 0. Kingston Rovers 20, Waicfielij Trin- ity 2. Hunslet 32, Saliord 2 Keighloy 2, St. Helens 20. AVarringLmi i, Gidham 0. Widnes 9, Leigh 5. Wigan 73, Huneorn 5 _ York 6, Leeds 23. "CYCLONE JOHNNY" POLICE CHIEF Cbicago, 111, .Ha. it wiil be Chier ol Police Cyclone Thomp- son, and not. claimant or challenger for various pugilistic titles. Recently the chief of police of Sycamore, 111., Thompson's liome town, 'was shot by a thug, and has since been unable to perform his duties. The citizens, de- manded that a be.placed ot the.head of the police department. Thompson was the first citizen sug- gested. He immediately was appoint- ed for one year, and If he makes good he will be appointed for three years more. Johnny said it was a tetter Job than fighlms, and no asserts he has all the "toughs" in his town tamed. IFMPRESQ I5c EVERY STORY A FEATURE THIS WEEK'S WONDERFUL PROGRAMME: MONDAY AND TUESDAY TODAY TWO KEYSTONE COMEDIES MUTUAL WA'R WEEKLY J Wednesday and Thursday Famous Players Paramounl KEYSTONE PATHE BRITISH Friday and Saturday CAPTAIN ALVEBAZ ESSANY HEARST-SELIG WAR NEWS, Mr Geo. Fleming will sing all week. COMING Mr. W. R. Scott, of the City Bakery. The Enemy U-21 Adds Four More Vessels to Her List of Victims CONTTNTIED .FROM FRONT PAGE. are left to speculate as to the route by 'which the U-21 "reached the scene ot her latent exploit. We can- not suppose that she has been in west- ern ever since she destroyed the two ships off Havre. She must have returned to her base, otherwise should have to imagine her estab- lishing a base of her in Gome re- mote and seldom-visited cove some-" where on our own coasts. German submarines, as we know, have recently gone aa far-west as the Straits, ami :hey have from time to time been leard cf off tlia-norih "of Scot- land, where one was sunk in Novem- ber. Object Clyde Shipyards "German submarines lately have Fleetwood, England, German aubmarine has torpedoed the North Shields steamer Ben Crunchen, off this port. TJie entire crow.ivas landed here. The same submarine reported to have sunk two other ves- Bfe'ls in the same vicinity. What Berlin Thinks Berlin, Feh. exploits of German submarine U-2L in the Irish Sea have awakened a lively satisfac- tion in Germany and they are gener- ally looked upon as inaugurating a serious campaign of submarine war- fare on British commerce. The dem- onstration that German submarines can operate on the coast of Eng- land is treated in achievemeo t of Berlin as an utmost imports ance, it being the opinion of German naval men that it is likely- to make the British policy of starving cat, Germany recoil of Great Britain. EWS regarding the land operations 10 Hi -in tlie east atvd the west is scarcer today than usual. There is. a tendency on UK; part of German mili- tary experts to watch closely develop- ieen reported "in Norwegian "waters, fmenls in t-lie Carpathian: mountains, HAM HYATT WANTS TO GO BACK TO BUSH LEAGUE Aberdeen, Waah., Jan. tfyatt, for last six years star pinch litter for the Pittsburg Nationals wants to Blen.up with the Aberdeen Slack Cats. Ham hue a chance to 90 nto business for himself here and will ake it providing he can secure a re- ease from the St. Louis National club, o which he wss sold last season. iyntt has already wired a request lo be released. -He probably intends., to purchase a local cigar atoro and pool- Jom. Ham's choice is influenced a good dear by he played Jiis Lrst baseball' here. and it is possible that they have, un- known to ihe Norwegian government, found resourcee there. cculd then pass down the 'west coast of Scot- land, hoping to do damage off the Clyde, and then through ihe north channel to reach Sea. There are great shipyards on tbo Clyde and at Barrow, where warships are built, and perhaps the very enterprising cap- tain of the U-21 may hope to do dam- age among them. MANN CUP CONTROVERSY Saskatoon, Jan. ent Hiydon of the Canadian Amateur rosse aEiapciaiion, has decided to the Canadian Amateur association o decision in regard Co lie amateur of Kendall at he .lime he played with Vancouver Calgary In the Mann eer- s. He believes the amateur body was not lp poiieMion of all the facts, nd contends that if the cup is taken rorii Calgary it should be awarded o B ramp (on, as that (earn heat Van- ouver In one garac, He points out hat played two other !n- llKlbles ai Kendell when it efeited Brimpton, where further successes for the .Aus-.l tuo-German forces arc expected. U-2T Sighted? Keb. i, p.m. A despatch received here this after- noon from SouUiport says that a German submarine, supposedly the U-31 was i-esu off ihero early this 1 seaside resort ot land ;in Irish Sea 18 miles En nor t-li oi .Liverpool. MAJESTIC THEATRE At 8.30 Sharp TONIGHT Ai. 8.30 Sharp The Whitney Opera Co. Present THE COMPANY OF 40 PEOPLE CHOCOLATE SPECIAL I SYMPHONY I ORCHESTRA j _____I SOLDIER 75c, and SPECIAL reservations will be held after 8 p.m. Plan will be at Theatre Box Olflce after 6.p.m. No phone in theatre. AJESTI THEATRE c1 Four Days Starting Next Monday Feh. 8 3.00 p.m. Matinee Daily 8.30 p.m. I Universal Motion'Pictures Present LLERMAM in NEPTUNE 'AThrilling and Enchanting Spectacle7 set amid Wondrou's and Bieautiful Scene The photoplay that turned away! the public of Montreal, Toronto and Winnipeg at' every performance. Special Prices during thli Engagement: Niglit Trices (all reserved) 25c; Gallery loc MATINEE !5c. CHILDRHrJ 10c. Special School Children's Matinee Monday Afternoon at 4 10c to All Parts of the House. critics in every city where 'this picture lias been shown acclaim it "Tho most brilliantly elective screen pro- duction ever projected either in' this .country or in Europe." After Measles Vhoopmg or Scarlet {'-'ever the extreme weakneu often raulu ID imnaun) hearing, weakened eyesifint, bronchitis and other troubles, but if Scott't Emotion'it given prompUy. it carries itrerigth tc the and rich blood to build JPflt up the depleiwl S- Iff Fret frog Hmafiil Diuet- Scene Daughter in Annette Kelltarniau, perfect the yofiA, will ho jeen soon. "ZUDOHA" SOLVES HER THIRD MYSTERY AT EMPRESS Today aiid tomorrow the wonderful girl .with the mystic power, makes .her third appearance" at., the EmoresB Theatre, and succeeds. JH saving :lier .lover John Stcrin trom a lonp prison term, by her 'unravelling of "The Myjjteryof the Dutch Cheese- Zudora: Hie ao'liition after the dramatic" gle with the aged Zudora immediately'goes to the police station where'-her lover Is abpnf'to 'he ralgned for the lie'Is reteaB- ed, and onco -more Zudora ious over her.scheinlng iinclei :-Two fftl moiiB Keystone "comedies will'., be- sliown on the same programme. Jn order, .all the-lat- est uews of-the'-waTithir theatre -will, throe wa'r'weoklies every week: the-flrat-'two days; Patlie'a SKATING TONIGHT RINK f CITIZEN'S Monday, and Friday GOODICE tish the niidrite o[ the week. the -Picfo the week-eud.1 PASSE3-TO GREAT BE YON I Jan.. a: Creek General stomach on Thursday comparatively, flhprt The deceased, waj dent of P.prt'Doyer, mains ;