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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915 THE LETHn RIDGE DAILY HKRAL.D PACE THREE Only Two More Days-- to FRIDAY SATURDAY Admission 25 cents and 15 cents at the BIJOU School Children's Matinee daily OVIC11T1ME I'EHIOD NECESSARY TO BSTAHL1SH WINNER OF ULOSK MATCH REPORTS REGARDING OLYMPIC GAMES ARE VERY CONFLICTING Grassy Lake, Kcli. -I. Al Tabor Wednesday night the Grassy Lake team pave the TabiM "Merch- their first Jolcat on their own ire hy a score of 7 to li- the lime the lioys appeared on the ice until the eml the second overtime period, ihe fast furious. Tuber lud hecn previous- ly bl'en heatcn on (Jrassy Lake ice by the score of 2 to 0, auil so they were out lo Uic return name. H was keenly contested throughout, but Mill the "hoys put up a clear, and inir brand of hockey. At the end o! lirst period tbe score stood (hassy Lake 3, Talcr 2. At the cnil oi ibe second period It tr-is Grassy Lake 5, Taner 3. Thc Tahcr boyi now life in the last period and I'anic on Hie ice ilcteniiincil to reilccm thenisslvcs. They succeeded in tally- ing uvict! ami evening the score. Ten minutes was declared lo break the tic, during which time team succeeded in mak-inp. one. (Jen flic ling reports regarding Ihc Hiatus of the Olympic fj-aiiiL-s, sched- uled for Berlin in continue to reach Llie athlf'ilc authorities of tills coniilry. An American who recently return ed. from Merlin re- ports Unit the German Olympic committee has not abandoned tin; idea of holding the international meet, und is still -working on the details and arrangements for the games. The Swedish Olympic committee, on the other hand, has begun dlslributlon of a fund pre- viously collected for this meet, be- ing apparently of the beHcf that Llie games will HOL be held at Bor- lln or elsiMVhere next year. CURLING LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMP TAKES ON CLASSIEST KIND OF OPPONENTS WELSH AGAIN TO MEET SHUGRUE Lightweight Champion and Jersey City Boy to Clash on February 9 Neu- York, Feb. SlmKniri and Freddie Welsh have been re- matched and will box al Madison Square Garden on February 9. Matchmaker Jimmy Johnston, who had Shuerne slgnou'for three bums, j forwarded a set of articles to Harry PoIIoK at Akron. Ohio, loniglll, aflnr I the manager of Welsh wired his ac- ceptance of tin; match. Before leaving for the west Mana- ger Pollok Informed .Ichnsion that he was anxious to have Wtlsli Slmg- again and wipe out the Id-round popular verdict tlie Jersey fighter ivon over the champion some time ago, Pol- loll clalminK that Welsh was stale in t contest, after a sirenuous cam- paign of five weeks meeting all rioui- To Arrange a Big Handicap Tournamenl--Progress of Present Evenl is more checkers, or draughts, being; played at the V. .11. A this winter than has been Liie cas'.1 at any uiber Lime in the insuuilion'.s his- (orv. TlitTe is a being stamen just nmv open In players of the city and r.notriLT tonrnainenl is anticipated imnifhalcly the pres- ent tourney is complr-lcd, in er3- Anderson, VXD HATCHED Fel) Welsh, and Jimmy oi Indianapolis, were matched today to box .six rounds at it, an elegiini. sihe now on exhibition at the V.M.C.A.. AUK to be known as thr. V.rifilu tourna- ment trophy, ivhicli will he competed will become the. ni play- er pounds at 1 li- ra the day of the bout. niTciiiic SIGNED WITH WULSH j's Los Anpclcs. Feb. The Pagnuelo and Summit trophies games were the centre oi attraction at the Curling rink last The Kitchie, foVrncr hghtiveight champion, tit-hit periormanCR of the evening was signed articles here today lo meet YVrislvt displayed in Carberry-Wate match i Wels1'. t-hu IiKsont title-hold- c cr, in a ttn round boxing honl al in the Pagnuelo. At !he sixlb end Malljson Garden, Xew York, McCarly................ i Wales' rink "It's Ions wliereat fighting blood was up. came Thc last-j .nit-score C-li. Another ten minute "K1 rinks golns neck So ovcrl.mc pcriuri i.as decided rjie, and "ales artists tally odgcrt eight minulcs oi strenuous hoc- it over Him opponents by one point Lev, scored on a loni; shot an extra end Score 11 to 10. [rom centre ico makinr the final score ol''M rcsul1 thc Piignuelo (Irassv Lake 7, Tabcr B. nrtacli brought out the host talent ul Miller played a steady game Hie participants, was wca hy ihr- ivay lir 9 (J Here the afternoon of .March 11 Hit-cllie heard somehody opin j agrees to Avcigh' JS.T pounds, lo Tipperary" in Cfntre for Grassy Lake, scoring iif 7 ftoals The liuc-up Tahcr ilcLcan Siiniuons Pearson A'anOrmali Findlay Goal Point G rassy Lake was wcci hy the Aint rink, which located Nelson's goat hy 9 to 7. Close and exciting games were played in the Summit trophy. Marrs heat Hamilton 11 to in J. S. Smith Nicholson j Forrest I Urandoiv...................... Harris............................... i Carr Pour games to a match, j Two points [or a win, one I ilraiv. WATCH FOR OUR SENSA TIONAL OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT I C'AXAUil.CN'M 5, QUliBKC J MANAGER Montreal, Feb. iheir i opponents at all stages of their sche- duled -National Hcckey Association fixture at the arenu last night, Ca- nadicns put Quebec practically out of I Lvons neat IJ- s- Smith 8 to 7 Johnson 6, Stacey 5 Hugh Scott 11, T. R. A. B. King Davidson 7. Cover Point W. 51. Marshall [tight Wing the running for 'the chanipionFhip when they" defeated them by a. score uf 5 tu Quebec have ROUE hack in their play since their last appearance here. They did not show the same snap and QUINN, QUEBEC WOULD HAUL OTTAWA SCRIBES ON CARPET Quebec, Que., Feb. .1. Quinn, manager of tlie lino Tvrittsn to T. EnimeLt Qniiin, presi- dent of the National Hockey ussocia- tion orotestlns apninst "scandalous CITIZEN'S BAND TONIGHT Auditorium Rink GOOD ICK and slanderin of Ottawa on attacks" in the press Llie Quebec players in at couibina- Led Wing Contre Rover CANADIAN SKATERS WIN AT SARANAC Two sheets of ta tonight will u- H t troPl'V tion were without result. Porter test, in which t-he rinks irom Tahcr! _______ will engage Clark and Aird, the tro-1 oriT W. Lynn Phv lioldprs. The rest of tbe ice will I OTTAWA BLAT lORONTOb over lo local trophy maich-l "cn- Jlilicr cs T. K. Davidson vs. S. J. Shop- herd, R. H. Davidson vs. A. lie- ke? Association, A. McXabh Culloch, thc first named in thc Sum- rail trophv and the other in the Pag- m last nights Enuie al nuelo. arena. On perfect sheet c-f. ice, (.'f-; conneeticn 'ivitli rough paying m the the NaUonal the champion to defeat hc.orc-thc Ottawa-Quebec 5ame here, Saturday laat, which Ottawa won, and demands an investigation. Manager Quinn al- leges it is wei'i known that directors in the Ottawa club are connected with some of the newspapers making the Sarnnac Luke, N'. V., Feb. als in the intaruabional outdoor ai tcur skating championships here to- day were won as follows 220 K. C. Norton, Saranac Amateur Skating association, fust H. L. Wheeler, Alqntrcal, A. A. 2nd Edward Roc, Toronto, third.. Time .30 3-5. L. Winter, first; A. J. Osickv, Cleveland, .sccoiul A. B. llcniiesacy, .Saranac Amateur Skating association, third. Time 1.25. J. Osiky, first; n. L. Wheelor, second H. H, Cody, To- ronto, third. Time 9.52. naif mile for boys of George TJaslui; Saranac Amateur Skating as- sociation, first; tied lor second, S. anil A, Gcrschcl, both of Xe-iv Yc.Tk. Time 1.31 3-5. One .mile for boys of Pasho, first A. U. Hennessey', sec- ond Louis Fortune, Saramic Ama- teur Skat-ing association, third. CARPETBALL GAMES TONIGHT AH games at 8 o'clock. Hal.-VisitorS Welcome No other draws arranged for. BIKE RIDERS SMASH RECORDS Egg and Verri Win Six-Day Grind at Chicago, III., Feb. Switzerland, and Francisco Vcrrl of at the end of tlie first period and af- ter Toronto had taken a lead in the seconiJ, tlic QUaivas took out Bene- dict ajitl put, Ilehcrt in the nets. Tor- onto failed lo score again. WANDERERS WIN" BY DEFAULT Montreal, Fell. -I. Following Carpetbn.Il lius hocoina .1 sport of morfi t.hfiu interest among the ledges of the city, nnt] the league matches are creating a sood deal of friendly rivalry. Tn-o games message from Owner Livingston, scheduled for tonight. The .Moose vs. Q'[ A.O.F. and C.O.F. games commPnce at Italy the eix-dny lilcyclp race end- tlic in winch he stateci ed here last nigbt; wlth'65 points, thai he could not possibly fill his covering a distance of 2304 miles and .scheduled engagement niih thc Wan- ulght laps, beating the -world's reconl set in New York last year of -TiH miles and nine lans. jimmy Jforan, Uostou. and Regglie McNamara, Aus- at Toronto Wednesday, T. Eni- metL Quinii; president oi the N.H.A., last night awarded tlic game (o Wan- derers by default. President S. E. traila, were second, with 58 points, and Lichtcnheim, of thc S o'clock sharp, and players are re- quested to be on deek at S. Visitors are cordially welcome. Here's a Fresh Egg Oscar Egg is ihe name of one of the cyclists ivho just competed in the siv- Clarencs Canira, Jamaica, and Frank Carey, Australia, third, with 5-1. Open Season for This. Now Is the time for all good hall Slayers to writs to their respective losses, telling- them what great condi- tion they are in, what a bear oj a game tliej- exnect-lo play the coming season, and incidentally make a little touch. advised ul this fact and has decided rflce ln Chicago. Despite the fact that the race has been in progress six days, Oscar is said to be still quite fresh. not to send the Icum to Toronto day. The .Shamrocks were left but half a team when thc three McNa- inara brothers were called to thc death bed of their iather at the Soo. JOHNSON WILL STRIKE SNAG BEFORE FIGHT 6% on the Links Bx-Presldent Tait advises against swearing at golf, which proves he is just ihe kind of golfer he was a pre- sident. PANCHO VILLA Who has realized his highest ambition. He has declared himself President of Practical and Actual? Prof C. W. Suvagc of Oherlin. has almost human intt'.lteenee; he says ccllege i'ootltal] players are pnictical- y he might have added tliat the "practical" mid "act- ual" run close to 50-50. THE "SCRAP OF PAPER" STICKS WINE AND SPIRIT CO. Largest Importers in Southern Alberta; always on hand a jnosl complete stock. Our goods arc guaranteed to be of absolute Purity and Genuine. Shipments made to all parts of the country. C. C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. El Paso, Texas, Feb. Jack Johnson, champion heavyweight pugi- list, will cuter Mexico and hy what rout.1; he irill travel to .Juarez for his light on March. Gth with Jess Will- arri was today. It was learutxl thc fcdcral officers arc prepared to arrest thc pugilist who is under conviction in Chicaeo for violation oi the Mann act., should lie attempt to pass through the Un- ited Stales. Promoters of Uin light claim thatj General Villa has promised prutec-i tion to Johnson hut at this time no port, on the cast coast is controlled by Villa and the occupation or Mexi- co City hy Carranzu troops will pre- vent him entering from Central Am- erica. Ideal Sport for Them If that anil-trust Inw goes Into ef- fect In Iowa, just watch Tom Sharkey, Tommy Burns and Tom Jones take it on the' high apeed for the Hawkcye Btate. Who Doesn't Thirst for Them! One in.ni Hiirfits for lor lova Theae gripping, hunmn nuike a cringing, Tiaast oE one a master, n genius and a hero of the other. Bn( (lie Girl. Ruth Gallon, What of Her! was the inosl nei-vo-racking, Tivld, thrilling eiperiencR of till. It. was she ivho was practically buried on cvory side with cerinin rlcalh hv nishing water, with fire, Tailing rooks, yet it siu- wlio found (Jic key to perfect happiness. This is Hie MASTER one key in all the world that every human setUs. You cnn learn of this supreme happiness by spuing the Rulilmin MASTER. KEY Bt Starland (nnight. SIXTH EPISODE THE MASTER KEY Keystone Mabel Monday A Two Reel Keystone Monday IFMPRESQ S THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC TODAY THE BROADWAY STAR FEATURE IN FIVE PARTS "The House Next Door" A PRETTY LOVE STORY CONVINCINGLY TOLD A CLASH BETWEEN CASTE, RACE AND RELIGION A SCREAMINGLY FUNNY COMEDY, AND A HEARST-SELIG WAR WEEKLY MR. G. FLEMING, POPULAR BARITONE, Tnlght and Tomorrow On Monday and Tuesday for Two Days M- V. Smith. On February R. W. Scott, of the City Bakery, In Song. Coming Beloved Adventurer" Full Announcement Mude Later. MAJESTIC THEATRE Next Monday Feb. i J.00 p.m. Matinee Daily O.30 p.ffl. Four Days Starting ANNEX TEKELLERMAN HEPTUMS DAUGHTER THE MODERN VENUS IN A ial YCB: What Is An Amateur? AJI (diialeur is one 'who can net run 100 ysirds under 12 seconds, ehnot 18 holes of golf under fl6, advance .1 Ijall The Omnan CJiRiiccllor, Betlimann JTolwcg, Iried ,lo five yards in leu downs, hit better I "scrap oi paper" cxuresalon and other incidents 'but meets than etc. I crushing reply from Sir Ed war J Grey. explain away Uie an Immediate nnd 1000 PEOPLE IN THE CAST Special Stage Setting and Musical Accompaniment POPULAR Nights (All Reserved) 2Ec; Children 15c. PBICES) 15c; Children 10c. Special School Children's Matinee Monday Afternoon at 4 o'clock. i All Parts ot the Theatre. Seats Now Being Reserved For All Night Performance! it MEDLEY DRUG CO. He'll Be Jailed .less Wlllard has been "Incorporated and if he gains much more w.eieht he will he prosecuted1 under the auti- tniet laiv. Wlllard May Too only part of the dope that gives Jess Wl'lanl a chance 16 beet 'Jack Johnson that Jim .Corbett thinha hasn't .-1. ;