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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEffllUAnY 6, 1915 THIS LETiintiinRE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE LAST TIME Admission 25 cents and 15 cents URES Don't Miss These, the Greatest of War Views CARPETBALL CONTESTS Two snl'-'iiflid Dailies of wore iilayni MKI nlplit in Jlnosc They resulted ds follows: Tabrr rmk, AIOOBC II, A.O.F. .Moose 1.1. C.O.I-'. Hoth were shield coiili CURLINGS Taller airlurs railed lo liH Uic' Cucl- ilhii; trophy lu'i'i! liisL The itinl vlark, dcfi-jited lite (matters Ijy a total .scoru ui JH lo K. Wright 's rink tried Uieir iii- pi'l against tin ;i .style -.vliich consists ci hallcrinu [lie linusr. lull Uic jnvailnr.s' cITuitH and Kiev wen; h clticd .00 and C.O.I''. SASK. flAILROAD TOWN IN HIGH STATE OF- HILARITY OVER CHEAT VICTORY K STANDING .Melville .Moose Jnw 1'. V. Ill S 10 6 JO L svL'nt in vain IK (o -I. 'I'liis 1, for till' oUin: !iy Dr. I.rali, liy If) to 10 ijdorioiis against Clark. I, each tuvav In ;L IjuL Clark tame, back .strong, anil in I lie lentil end wont in- to the lead 111 lo (I (lie eleventh en I pini'dl disastrous lo Clark l.eacli iiuule a lucky shol willi his last rock taking an onl 01 Hie house and la> in-4 five in for his side Clark died hard in the InsL end EFFORT TO BRING GIBBONS AND CLABBY TOGETHER BEFORE BIG BATTLE n sirs- t u cham. t, Melville, Feu. With Uic final Chicago, Keli. tlircc-llav i c-aruival, not unlike the lanioiis IJix- l-ms ot Uic hell 111 last night s on.stenV, McAiilinc-Mycrs, CurbclA- JWelrille's biggest of l.he .season' Sullivan affair at New some passed into history and railroad years hack, is fcciny, planned by the town is sulTerinR Iron, most abnoi-l Promoters Johnson Willanl bat- al state of hilarity as the result. Cat-; jie. vyveieht battle is Mnrc" enott is "eills excitement bcioic, during and lo the nusincss today was pcmlcd toda.v in the northern townbv. Tr pionship oi the worm, ll iiossiun. mutual consent and the sole topic ol i will set show conversation reverted to the h i TI c orTor [OL' Ckihbv came ities ot llie Allan Cup aspirants tak- ;.a jd ,Q mg a lall out of the ior thc "'Tlieir hopes were amply realuod as tom' Vies went down Lo defeat to Uic ol four goals to nil, the Mel- villitcs a well-dcscrvt'J vic- The Vies, up on iiipular (rain in tlie nioming, tvliile a spRfiial left Hcgina at Llirce. p. m. anil cai- ricd abouL one Imnilrcd anil fifty fans, while perhaps this the Tabcr rink put niul linislipu Uic i ROOfl. 'I ho, scDio Unglit I Dr. Leech, K. D. .lOhiLSon si rink and tlie IsiUcr aiiollier counter e (ire lo the .Unl, IS Clark, 28 Hie Airil second. TIIAIKINT, El Paso, TCXHS, Feb. Wil- lard hit the roari Ior 10 miles Jlon- tlay, did 30 inmutes of slindow box- ing and then look on Tex O'Roiitkc oi York foi: two slow rounds in riit-L sparring he has done pr.ratory to his fight vilh Johnson, Will aid up early and look his j- run alone tlie of the irri- inanyjuore were pieked up along the f-rom ,lis homc line. Everything was comfortably ar- ranged lot the "excursionists -TV! both fceating and sleeping aceorutnodatioti look away from whal would oWicr- .wisc Jiave been 'n Urlioiis journey. RINK JAMMWn TO THE DOORS Long befoi'e eighi o'clock the riuk was jiimmed to the doors Ilia Iiock-cj' management had used ev- rry available corner to accominotlate the crowd, quite n number nn- alilc Lo gain admittance. The game throughout was an inter- esting one to watch and during the halt there was little t-o pick be- tween the teams. With the score one to nothing at this time in favor of >Ielville, ifc Was hard to pick the winner, bu t in face o- the one goal lead, Melville was giving seven to live odds. The commencement ot the second period was also closely contested, hut it progressed the Vies, appeared lo giadually fall of! and during the Jast of the pJay was very much conspicuous by its repeated at- tacks into ftcgina territory. As undonhtcdly tlie game under pro- der protest wiJI he replayed, it is yet to be seen if the Northerners can carry away another win and it is the opinion of every Regina hockey cji- 'iliusiast that another story will he the valley. A great crou'd watched work out ,ind tlie intcmrban, au- tomobile und wagon roads were crowded with signtsreus goiag to anil from the camp. Out was in llic nuclo Lvophy evunl ami one in I he Suiiiinit The A. McCullouli.... 5 K- Davidscu ....12 The S. J. Shepherd. 3 T. Davidson 7 to- iol- PONIES MAY RACE AT FAIR Turf Sport May Be Revived for Sev- eral Weeke San Francisco. Cal.. Feb. re- vival running horse racing for a period of several weeks during the Panama-Pacific International exposi- tion was reported as under considera- tion by officials of the exposition com- pany. While tlie plans to bring back to California a sport which, has been bar- red hy legislation lor Hie last Tour years are tentative in nature, it was said that no betting would be permitt- ed on any of the races, but that gen- erous purses -would attract higli-class mtries which 'would assure interesting BURNS TO MEET BAYLEY Vancouver. B.C., Feb. "Ilougli- housfc" Charley 'Burns, Canadian light- i 'weight champion, today signed jmlulen lold wnen these two line up f 20-round contest with -Toe Bay- 1 agamst. one another m the coming1 K2mes. However, may the best team win and may the ultimate victor see' that (he Allan Crip remains safety harbor- ed in" Saskatchewan for another year. WILL PLAY AMERICAN COLLEGES Montreal, Que., Feb. Uni- versity's hockey team left today for Boston and New York for the annual hockey Yale. contests .with Harvard and ley, Hie former lightweight liile liolrt er. The bout will lake place 011 Feb- ruary 15, at Prftser Mills, from here. miles SOLID FRONT AGAINST FEDS Boston, Mass., -Feb. New England league, of baseball clubs de- cided today to present an unbroken front against the threatened invasion of ItB lerrilory by tne Federal league interests. A proposal that the league drop two cities and bfcrome a circuit received 110- support. Mixed-panics are scheduled For night. The draws resulted as lows 7.15 P. }I. Miss Patrick Miss A. Llawdcn.! Seatle vs. Miss D. Nimrnoii.s. j Jas. Aird vs. Hugh Boyd, Fag. I R. R. Davidson vs. C K. Carherry, Summit. 9 P, M. Miss Aird vs. Miss L Ilavvden. 'J. F. Hamilton vs. S. J. Summit. L. W. Clark vs. Hugh Scolt, Sum. The ladies' games arc for the Wright trophy. Entries i'uu the points compciition will close Monday. Word comes from Talier that Bob Patterson's rink has been awarded the Magrath trophy, one. of the four big events of the district bonspiel held here last week. The Patterson and Ross rinks of Tahcr having the trophy between them, similarly as Olson and Herchnier of Forme had the Walker trophy, decided to battle it out on their own ice. However, possession oi the trophy was not gained hy a match on ice, hut by a (oss of Lhe coin. This was mutually agreed upon by the contestants in view of a number ot players leaving town for the balance ot the winter. THEATRE I. FEBRUARY nth FOUR UEVT BIOU CCDDIIIDV M-h WITH DAYS IrlB rrnnUAnl mil MATINEE STARTING ILUIIUHIII UUI DAILY The World's Most Perfect Woman HOMER MAC DIVIDES COIN Ottawa, Feb. Hull Driving club's ice races came to a..close here jestculay attcrnoon. The feature was (.he 2.10J which fcroughi. together Ho- mer Mac, Grand Opera and Eel Di- rect. Homer Mac look the first two heats but Grand Opein. then a pall' and on account of darkness it was impossible lo finish the race. Grand Opera and Hornet the SD'jthcrn Albcrla horse, divided first and second monr.y, while third went' -so Kcl Direct. Grand Opera made track record in the third head oi the 3.10, via., 2.1.3J-. I MIKE GIBBONS AND EDDIE McGOOHTY MATCHED St. Paul, Minn., Feb. Gib- bons o[ St. Paul and Eddie McGoorty of Oshkosh, Wis., were matched today to meet in a 10-roiiud jout at Hudson, in the first week in March. THINK NO CHECK TO THI; WWJLAWTY OF U BLACK WHITE" DICK GILBERT WINS Denver, Colo., Feb. Gilbert of Denver won tlie decision over Sail- or Ed Pelroskey oi San Francisco in 20 rounds of slo'tv righting here to- night. Gilbert landed frequently throughout the bout, but his blows were not effective. Tlie boxers are lien vies. EDMONTON TEAM WON Czlgnry, Alta.. Fab. Alber- tae of 3dmonton rt-cu a. very slow game of hocltcy, .defeating the Chin- ooks by 5 goals to 4. Chinooks were gtrc 113 tlie ned by Hie inclusion of BiFhop and Gardiner of the Monarclis. Thc (ce was sticky, up the play considerably. RACING EIU, PASSES HOUSE Little Rock, Ark., Fob. Lo low horae rnchijt In Arkansas under stftto commiuHion and to permit l.hc parl-nmtucl system of betting Has [target) by the House today and aenl to [he Scnnir. Supporlers 'svould not ad- mit that HE rjiirpnflR fg tc- restore licrse I'ftclng ot Hoi. Springs, LERMAN DAUGHTER A STARTLING PHANTASY OF THE DEEP SEA pinpe Nights: (Reserved) i IbOD Matinees: 15c and IDc Special School Children's Matinee Monday Afternoon at 4.00 o'clock. lOc to All Seats. Seats Xow Being1 Reserved at Hedley Drug- Co. "It's a Long, Long Way to Tippeuary" SO THEY SAY. BUT WE KNOW THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO GO TO AND EVEN FARTHER TO FIND BETTER ATTRACTIONS THAN THOSE TO BE OFFERED HERE. Look These Over "Dough and Dynamite" The Funniest Two Reel Keystone Comedy Ever Produced. Nuf sed. 'Canada's Contribution to Uic British Empire' 5000 Feet of Film showing the Mobilization of Canada's Army from Coast to Coast, and Scenes at Valcartier Camp. H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT, on his visit to Western Canada, prior to the outbreak of war, and the visit of the Royal Party to the Dlngman Oil Well. THE SHOOTING OF THE MOOSE MOUNTAIN OIL WELL Showing all the preparations made and discharge of nltro-glycerine. Also MAJOR GEN. SAM HUGHES on his recent visit to Calgary, and intimate views of the Soldiers at Calgary Headquarters. And a host of other Livs, Up-to-the-Mfnute Pictures. SCENE FROM VALCARTIER CAMP: crossing pontoon bridge, Valcartier MONDAY Mabel Normand In a Two Reel Keystone Comedy Mabel's New Job It's A HtTcani HOUNDED A Powerful Two Reel Drama of the Underworld featuring Ben Wilson and Anna Luther A Political Mess Comedy A Troublesome Wink Oomedv Recognize Good Man English srortmen -.vlll be p'icascil to pfiV lllal a soimlryinan has been se- eded to referee the Johnfion-Wlllard 'igllt. Eugene Corn, official referee I'Jdinonlon, Feb. a deficit ons dclaj's, owing tn injuries to play- of two goals staring them in Hie face crs, play or the fastest type at half'time the score hrinj; 5 lo 3 throughout, and several ot the ai. iKiii LJIJJL., i, inp; spells were welcomed hy both: in their opponents favor, the Lilmon- j o[ lcnsion o! thi! ton Eskimos came bad' slronj in the lllatch, which at times raiscil the en-1 sccrari tali anrt ran in three straiRht ihnsiasm nl the fans to lever height, goals on the Calgary Vies, in the; t.he game was rcinarlcahly clean, only lirst game oi the provincial finals, ITCO penalties, hotll ilrawn Kski- winning out hy G. to 5. The Eamc was moS] being handed out. played at the South Siilc rink ucfore the record crowd of the season, as usual when a championship is al Spealilns or the season's greetings, state an'd the visiting team is from I Ban Johnson probably wishes Jim Gil- IRMPRESQ i THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC TONIGHT Positively your Last Chance to cee the Wonderful Broadway Star Feature In 5 Parts "The House Next Door" WRITTEN BY S. HARTLEY MANNERS; PRODUCED BY LUBIN CO. A Laughing Comedy Hcargt-Sclig Weekly COMING ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY, THE FOURTH EPISODE -OF- MISS M. V. SMITH WILL SING ON THESE DATES. Mr. Fleming Tonight Starting on the R. W. Scoll of Ihe City Bakery. of the National Sperling club of Lon- Calgary, enthusiasm run high. more everything that Kaiser den, has been nBKeu to officiate, 1 tLe same was interniptetl by numcr- noes King George. We BoxiiiR fang Ti-lio attend the John- Bon-Wlllaril (igbt will bo protected by. General Villn. Wouldn't you Just love to be under the protecting wing" or Senor Villa? Thankful for Small Favor" .A Sioux City bo-wlet. recently rolled; continuously for hniirs.-.. AB.near aa we mnkc out, all.he got" for bli trouhlo a lame arm and back.. Hon-ever, he gat tils name, In lie prinU, and that somti ;