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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUPSPAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1916 T H R 1. E T ir T5 lU n G E DAI Y H E T? A T, D ^AGE THREE Military Men Have your Dress Shoes made to measure OFFICERS' BOOTS REPAIRS Your Inspection Invited FRANK MILES PHONE 1717 611 4th Avenue South, iS KILL EO OMR EDMONTON WOMAN DOG FANCIER SUFFERS LOSS OF PRIZE WINNERS ONT t A Rude Awakening Where 1b tlio cold of yesterday- Till) snowbanks and the Ico? We dreamt they'd melted, but nlas. 'TwBS no auch paradise: V, CONSISTENCY? (2.15 p.m.) I love to see the children play And let their harmless snowballs (ly, I laush to see a snowball on its way And snilto a stranger smack upon the eye. (2.20 p.m.) 1 I'oe. a BUddeu blow ath^l'an the nock, And down my .'jpiiie there runs a cold, wet trail; ir 1 could only havo my way, by lieck! The UlUe Uoodluuis all would bo in jail! KdnioiilDn, Kcb. 1. - Mrs. Wm, Wheeler, ol the Victoria Kciiucls. has to rcii.cnihcr the winter show .. of llu' I'Idmunlon Kcnnul Club lor Jj some time to come. Wliile her cpntin-Uccnt of prir.e-winninK lioston Terriers was lieinK taken to tl.c .show build-in;;; f e doss started fiKhtinn and when the show huildinj; was reached I it found tliat one female was I killed and ,inollior dyinp;. Ulnndy, for whom Airs. Wlenlpr had refused $100 last \vve! ? ? ? ? ? '''' TWO LETHBRIDGE LADIES' HOCKEY TEAMS TO TRY CONCLUSIONS Nothinf) To It But The Cuban Capablanca, the Cuban cheas wlr.aid Is leading Uio masters' chess tourney in New York. Nobody expected old Cap. to do anything else. The Inter- LES OARCY'S RKORO S i ENVIABLE Oi IN 25 FIGHTS HE HAS WON 10 BY KNOCKOUTS AND 10 BY DECISIONS Tho hockey match of the seapoii is scheduled for llie Auditorium rink on Thursday ovenInK, cominencing at 7 o'clock. It will be a match be-twenn two ladles' teams. One la the original Lethbridgo snj)-teltc and Ihc other this sea-Fon'.s creation, known ns tlic AudKorlum team. This will be the first match ever played in IjCthliridgc between two ladles' teams of the city. V I EBAIL SALARIES ARE OUE FOR BIG LEAGUERS ARE IN FOR A CUT IN THEIR PAY ENVELOPES DURING 1916 Lcs Darcy, the sensational Australian champion middleweight, who may come to the United States when the mating point is, how much in tho lead. ),i|r ,var ceases, c.\i)ects to settle for Well, just as much as ho pleases to tti,e middleweight contro-make the tourney Interesting. Capa-;versv. Only recently he knocked out blanca is as much in a cluas 'by hlm-.lelf at a chess board as Willie Hoppo is at a billiard table. Salving the Scribes TUb sale of the Chicago National l.oaguo club to Weegbmun and others 1s supposed to mark tho passing, tenv porarlly at least, of Charles Webb has obtained 10 (lecisicms and 15 Murphy, and many stories are crop-,knockouts. lie lu's not lost a bout to l)Ing up regarding the former presi-i date. Here's his record dent of the Cubs. One has to do with :i hoax which he perpetuated upon baseball correspondents and promin- Mar. I,')-Billy Hapman (knic;oul) 1.1 fore the opening of tho National league season all wero in receipt of au annual pass to tho Chicago ball park. St, I.ouis. Mo., Jan. .11. - Hall players, jirepnre to get yoirs ! 'I'lie club o\yncrs liavc had to s\ya!!nw a bitter pill for two years, and now it is their turn to administer what tlicy had to tale and a livlle more. War, is what Slierman said it was, and now predictiots arc tliat they arc plaiiniUK to make tlie hii!;h-salatied athletes come down to where they want them. Immediately after the Tedcral league came on the scene, the monthly stip.nds of tlie player.s jumped, so'iie of them sky his'i. Club owners Ic'd their heads and lost many a night's sleep, but \vcre (;amc eiiouth to take it and no alonj; as lest tlicy could. Now fhcv will as'J rtain \yl.c'.her the men who caused them so iiiucli worry \yill liayc tlic courage to .stand for what was handed tliem as soon ns tlie war broke. It can be pridicted right now that there will be a lot oi wrangiing as .soon as tlic hinc-tcrm contra'^'t-s. expire. Some of tliis v.raiiglin.i; will take place before tiin scrson of lOlU rolls around, for there are many players, and stars, too, wlioho contracts end this year, 'i'l c ;e m.ii arc in for a IQi-i Onnnncnt Round'? '''""'P'"!^' magnates 1J13. Opponent Uounds ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^j,.^^ �Jan. 8-Dave Dcnan (\yon) ......... 9 ed them to s\yallow hard and often. Speaker Due AND WEDNESDAY (Afternoon and Evening) Kddie Jlcfioorty, tte Oshkosh battler, who considered one of the best in this country. It was the second trip to dreamland that Mc-(ioirty took because of Datcy. The Australian especially wants n match with Jlikc (iibbonsof St. Paul. in 23 (iglits in the last t'lrce years Darcy The First and only Presentation of the French Government's Official Motion Pictures Under the Auspices of The Lethbridge Herald Taken under the Supervision and with the aid of the Great General Staff of the French Army for the ,National Archives Actual battle scenes and conditions direct from the battle fronts, brought to this country by Baron Lieut. H. S. de Malausseul and Dr. J. R. Williams Evenings 25c 35c and 50c Children 15c at all Performances Seats on Sale at Hedley's. HourS"2 to 5; 7 to 11 WILL EXPLAIN PICTURES July 111-Reg. llclancy (knocitout) Sept. '27-.Joe ,Sh:ik(;siicaie.(k.o.).., Tris Spcaiicr, of tlu' lioston I'.c P Sox. is one of the most prominent regardloss of the city In which t'-ev I g^PasI^v'^^j'?,^;';^^^^^ 20 ball players in the ~ame and the Am-. .> .> >{, .;. : : BRUCE DAVIBS IN TRENCHES ? .;. .> vhlch vou get between tho intc'rvals of soroam-inc shot and shell. Bruce in a lormov letf^r stated that tho boys from Lethhridire sa\y to it that tho late Krwl Maehoth ^vas given special atteiiticm after dOAtU and that now a neat cross'with an apnro'ri-ete inscription upon it mar'fs Prod's grave in one of tho beautiful little town churchyards of France, TORONTO SKATING TEAM Toronto, Jan, 31,-Fred Ilobson, tho Toronto sprint and liurdlo skutov, la entering on his 22nd yoar as nu active Bkator, Ho Ib agnlu heading tho Toronto gkators for tho Amurlcan outdoor ebiimplonshlpa nt Sanmue Lake, IfBhruary 8, 0 and 10. With lilm will llkaly go the two Hoos, Cody and CoBgrave. BOWLING DOMINION ALLEYS Biitemeht Dominion Building Eriyan.ce on Sixth Street disorders uiidRr fire to the Canadians who wore nearly wiped out at Yprcsi Kocontly, whllo loading a party of nine bomb throwers ho received SO wounds from MIKE GIBBONS IS SIGNED FOR THREE IMPORTANT BOUTS St. Paul, .Tan. 31.-Miko Gibbons, of a" OoVnVan��"prenndV^vil"icil"kV^ed"\"ho A^'f"^^' contract I other members of tho squad, with tho Capital City Athletic Club of! this city, to nioet any throo (Igbtora signed by tho club durlnn tho prasont \ : ? > > ; ? > ? ? ? ? ? : yonr, tho local nilddloweight receiving a p.unrnnteo of $30,000, according to an announcemont last night. Among those bolng considered as probable opponents aro Los Darcy, .Tack Dillon, Oeorgo Chip, .Tolt Smith and Tod LawIb. ? ? ? JOCKEYS MUST OFFER SERVICES FOR EMPIRE BEFORE THEY CAN RIDE TORONTO CENtRAL Y.M. C. A. WINS FIRST TRACK SERIES Toronto, Jan. 31,-By fiO�;B will bo granted licenses and allowed to rido under National Vlnnt rules unless they have offered Iholr sorylces to tho forcuB. A largo number are already aervlns with tho colors and working in munition factories, and only theso and tho ineligiblos who havo had tholr bonos anuished nt flomo tlmo or other following tlioir profesBl'on, will be aeon in the anddlo.during tllo oou-tlnuution of tho war. Cali'-arv, Feb. 1.-The hoc'-cy sca-Sfin w.':."i reopened again after th: two wrc'is' rest it enjoyed at the expense of .lack Frost. The 62nd team broke into t'.ic win column for the lirst time last nirht wl\ca they won nitcbcd battle from th" C'u's by a >ciirc of 4 to 2. Superior combination team play, to be morp exact, and good, bullet-like Kliontlnc won for the soldiers. They passed the puck around in fine stvle, and kcnt up communication between tlie din'cre.iit sections of the battle line all ni'dit. Tlcrc were few lore attacks, and when tlicy were engi- neered the reserve forces were always on hand to r;|)ulsc ceuntcr-attac'.is. W. S. Hcmlcr.son \vas easily the star of the soldier bovs. His long range attacks were deadly, and his Khnts v.crc all of tlic deadliest variety. Ills iirothcr, IT. T., also played a fast game, .and with Latham and Car-renter piilled off some prettv combination. Put'iam, too, was much in the lim"li<'lit. IHitnam and the two Mt'ii-d rson boys mentioned arc from l..ctlil'r=d-e. sons of Mrs. W. Hendcr-'son. Puttui'n w,Ts a member of the Uoyal Bank staff. defined bre'ly what he concoi\ed to be th^^ duties of the government and opposition in this time of stress. Ho said while it was clearly the duty of | the opposition to assist the govern-j mcnt in all measures to bring to a success the imperial obiects in view it was c