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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 191G THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE it S/, BOUI HEASEATSI.PA JOHNNY O'LEARY'S PUNCH TOO WEIGHTY FOR OTTO WALLACE St. I'aul, Minn., Kcli. 5. - Joliiiny O'Leary, liglilwciKlit cliaiiipion uf Canada, was never in any (liinnPi: of losing iiis title at the St. I'aul Auditorium last night, when he fout;lit Otto U'jiliace, v Wallace, who was knocked down twice in the lirsl two rounds, anil stagRcrcd ,a half do/.ui tinics (lurinK the ten rounds. O'l.nary won live rounds by a v/idi; margin, Kot a shade in two, and tlucc were even. In the first round Wallace look a count of three, and in the second he was down for nine. Near the end of the ninth round, O'I.eary had him urosffv and IiaiiKiiifi on, but the bell came to his rescue. > �:. : ^vonilerful skatinR I'layini; a brand of hockev that would do credit to the l)est teams in the country, tin- lianlicrs and llattirv l)oys claslu'd in their second Kanio tiis year uj which the former won (i to 1. The came was one of the best that has been played in parts for some timr", and from-a specta-of view was full of life V Afontrral, l''ol). Tlio answer to "the call" .-.till (iocs on, and .HoniRliincs in a manner that caiiBCS great liorturlmllon, lor we.ok the Hl-year-old son of the president of tin; Dominion I''ootball associal ifin dis-appeared from liome as coni-plelely as If swallowed by Iho earth. Afler.four days' snarcli-iUK jie was found, a niembi;r of the'T:!r(i HiKhlanders, wliorc, in C tiomjiany. lus Is itiunvn as Ptc. Doiigla.s ('ral(; (.'umpbell. The. boy stands 0 feet Inch in ills .'^tocliijiBs, iind lips the scales over ir,ii nounds. DouK-las ("ampbcU jdayiul a few soccer frjuncs last season, and at sUatiii); and basketball ia no mean performer. ? ? ? : : ? : ? : ? 1 took the contest by a of points. Moth the challenninp; rinks secured a six-end apiece durinK the match, which put them iakc on the sliite. Holders (.'hallenKcrs Johnson............. fl McNabb .. Hamilton...........10 Ainsworlh and stick 1!) 2Kj Ladies' Gam:os Saturday ! 'l"hc results of the ladies' wimes at the curlinR rink Saturday nifilit were as follows : Miss Patrick beat Mrs. Shepherd H to 5. Mrs. Schl beat Miss A. Bawden fi to 5. Tonlqht's Games Shepherd vs Scott in the semi-final of the Summit Irophv at 8 o'clock. In the ICUison Milling the following rinks will clash at 8 o'clock : M. Freeman vs C. F. Harris. K. 1). Johnson vs D. A. Simpson. Dr. W. H. Marrs vs L. W. Clark. liandlinn on the part of both teams was swn. In this respect the Bankers' forward line, consisting of Turcot t:-, Kasson, Oliver and Henrich, had it over the boys in khaki, ,ind -! were continuallv batterinj; the de- ......fsmes of tlu' Mattery. � '2_i Sherlock, the Battery'jroalie is bc- ins con,i;ratulatc(l (ui his showini; and the way in which he manaijed to keep the score as low as it was. He was the Battery hero. So'.ne Goal Keeper CRUSH AT E FIG WILL CHARGE $25 FOR BEST SEAT AT THE WILLARD-MORAN GO Xew York, Feb. S.-Tex Uickard, who is promotinu; the \Villurd-:Morau bout that is to take place here .March 17, said today that Willard's The first period ended scoreless. ' manager, Tcnn Jones, would bo here REMARKS ON IHE SIDE An Eve to Business "I believe,'" said the dislinKuished looklnfe stranKor," that it is the duty of every map in this city to be present at the hockoy (-amcs oven though the weather 1b cold and there Is a possibility of catching the Krippo." "Aha! then you are a liockoy fan?" � "No," ho responded, "1 am a" Bot,h teams were working niclv and the spectators realized ihat^ they were in for a real hockey match. 'I'he Bankers were the aiiKressors frr the most part, and many brilliant rushes and pr."tty individual woriv ended hopelessly' at the Battery goal, \\>herc Sherlock reigned supreme. Scoring Commences The sec(nul period was a disastrous one, however, lor the Battery. "Slic';y" Oliver, who was determin-: nd to start something, obtained tl.e rubber from a plav near the Battery goal, and by a nice piece of stick handling, took it across the ice where be vvas followed by Turcolte, who liad no diMiculty in .scoring, Tur-cotte came along with another one in and I intend making reservations so short or(irr, as did Kesson soon af- as to protect visiting sportsmen as ter. The Batterv obtained tlieir goal well as local patrons from specula- next week and the final agreement for the contest would be signed bv all parties conccruca at a meeting W'cd-ncsilay. "1 have iiot neai ajiprised oi the! exact agreement arri\ed at in. Chi-1 c:igo vcstcrday," said Uic. ard today, "but 1 am going ahead with my ct-i forts to Iind a suitable place to stage i the bout here. I wocdd like tp. bring j it oh at the Madison Souare G'ard'en. "I am sorrc that, I could not ilcfcr I the meeting of Willard and Moran un-j til summer, as I am sure tlicv would i then attract 10(1,00(1 spectators with I the bout staged in the o; en air. "1 have decided that- the tip price for ihe be it seats will ijc S25 each. Eh, what? Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! A .Medicine Hat man is wondering �why his wife telegraphed her con-1 gralulatlons and best wishes in re-: Bponse to a telegram of his. 1 He loft home and his trip Included ! a night's ride in a Pullman. Ho had engaged a berth ahead of timu and was coml'ortably fi;;ed. At one of the stations an old lady boarded the train, but the berths were all taken. The rMcdlcIno Hat man's chivalry came to her rescue and lio save the old lady his berth while he sat up all night In the smoking car. Next morning lie sent the following .telegram to his wife: "Gave berth to an old lady last night. Am all in." in this period, when, an easy shot dribbled brtwecn the posts. 01i\er got two and Turcottc one goal in the third period which was principally at tlie Battery end. The line-up : Bankers Long M. I). Smith tors, so." as far as it is pes.-iible to do A. On the Inside Looking Out It Is sweet on a cold winter morning. With blanUots arrayed round ,your hide �^^'hile snowstorms are madly adorning The streets and sidewalks outside. It is sweet when the snowllakos aro sweeping And breezes howl hither and fro; It is sweet to bo roused from your sleeping By somebody ahovolling snow. Though tho rasp of liis scoop as ho labors To vanish the snow and the sleet May bo rasping to all of my neighbors, To me It la mblody sweet. It fUlB rao and thrills me like music It runs Ulco a song through my head When ho Is out there in th'o cold winter air And I'm In my warm little ibed. P. AV. L. Portland ---- ...... Ill 10 Vancouver .. ....... IS 1 Soattlo ...... ...... i;i i) S Victoria ..... ...... 13 3 10 KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald QU,N3MITH and INDIAN "motorcycle Agent, |'i07 5th St. 8. - Phono 1032, ^ BOWLING DOMINION ALLEYS Basement Dominion Building Entranoo on Sixth Street IJ. Smith Turcot te Easson Oliver Henrich Ooal Point Lieut. Point Features Billed for Carnival Wednesday Night Cover Rover Centre �Right Winp Left Wing Tlie Bankers are slated to play the KiH e; next. The day has not yet bc,->n fixed. Battery Sherlock Naismitli _ I Speed skaters of the .3!lth Battery Downer a,|| ti,p natu Kilties are _ , urrang^nients for a match s^vating Ciorbrach j-ac- at the carnival Wednesdav night at the Auditorium rink. There is con-,^e.irs siderable rivalry between the two local khaki ccnting.'nts respecting their iricer c'omparati'.e speed skating merits and the matched go should prove a fca-Staflord event of the evening's entertain- ment. (TiiSbtSbtKi HKN tho BIk Man cllinbcd ^\vr^ Into hl.^ berth In tho ( VV Windsor .Station on Mon. 6^ %i day ho W(u5 feeling Lipiaicejcaj lumk. W-.i, sir, pnnU. ll'.-i a iHi'lly good word to doacrlbe a nimrs al lio hoped to put . through. And geitlng to It-that long wonder-roud across two thousand eight hundred and oinety-elght miles of scrcaniingly prosperous co�ntr.v-despite tliB war-.getting to it was nothing under Ursa .Major but Dvo days at the Siiiu of tho Dyspepsia Tablet! b^itacSDca OMFAVHICRE In the ragged �S ^ !? rock country to the east 'f1 O ^ of .Nortii Uay.a llUlesiin-tg go beam ao bigcor round ^i^nffW than a pencil, slipped in under the blind and tickled the Big Man liehind the car. He woke up, consignL'd the sunbeam to Halifa.v-via the C.O-UJM).Q.-and when ho found that not even a C. P. IL pillow was soft and dreamful enough to make lilm go to sleep again, he got up and drcss-ul In tho mood of a nian who'd rather be shot. "Well, heaven lie praised, there's breakfast. Something I can do to fill up threc-nuarlers of an hour anyhow," he said to his watch, "and yet -oh hang it. if I don't cat 1 get a headache; If I do eat 1 draw down dyspepsja. Why can't you liibernato across continent, I'd like lo know- -get a hyjiodermlc ot forgetfulnes.i along with your transportation? "Car for cataleptic cnrpEos leavcE at sharp'-how's that tor an ad'.' Soma Ftunt. ch?" So saying, the Rig .Man wpnded his way lo the diner and soatod hlnu^^elt 111 front of Uio];nDii pcirtr.ait of (,'hateau l.aku Ltuiiae that decorated tho dreaded-and-adored nieuei. Ho looked at the el^ht str.iwberriea on tlio Inuidc cover, cheoU-liv-Jci'wl-ing It In Iront o( a tool rule, lie y machinery. .\nd then. Wearily and warily, he oiiem.-d to the bill of fare and out lloppeil a young while booklet that was new lo hini. " "fbe Why of tho Dleletic- lllended Pood'-lun, morn 'Die fad-anisl tliiuks he'll turn his pen into u soup spunn does he, and iiiak'.: iiio eat goo. Not on your next year's lid. "Hm-'Travelling by train or boat for a day or more, one needs only about tv.'o-thlrds of tho quantity of food which would be aaslmllatoil v.'iiile euKiij;ed in the ordinary ocou-(intion at home'-I got you, Stephen -'Icuiptation 10 devote more time to the labin' -right you are. What you going til lio ahmit It, though? 'A meal so balanced that tho needs of the digestion will lie supplied without burdening the system with any urinoccj.sary materia!-Dr. Harvey 'i T wfll go (o dinner and sec wliat (Iiat Wllcy mnn says I gotta eat.  ��**� ftacSji^S the tr.iln drew Into Chap- ^ lean, the Big Man came % /\ g to anchor for his dinner, g 1 By this time ho and tha tSPqSfuSJc^ waiter were quite chum-iny over the Wlloy-per-Bon, and a man from Ottawa, horee- Onl floppoil a jroiing uliltc booklet Uint new lo him. "Tim-why don't be .iilx 'em? Cereal and bacon, now. Or why don't he-" bis eye strayed across beyo tho confines ot tho suggestions "Nope, that's tho broad road that leadeth to destruction-particularly over tbe page and into the wine list, I suppose. Me tor the straight and narrow-just for to-day, mind-and see how it works out. If I'm sick, I'll get transportation south as .soon's I come homo and wring this Harvey-person'-; neclc." The waiter grinned when the Big Man ordered Breakfast Number One. lie was the sort of Big Man you could grin at, or he wouldn't have had the sense to place such an orde':. K mnn frnni Ottarra Iind been 1n .;, QUEBEC IN LEAD Quebec, Fob. I!.-By defeating Wanderers hero Saturday night by a score, ot 8 to 5, Quebec moved up into llrst place in the N. 11. A. .Moran's place was lUled by Hoohon, of the St. Patrick's city league club. AiUuj:;jT,h a trille nervous, Ilochon guarded tho nets well. Excepting tho "no-decision" fixture botwoen Canadleus and Quebec on .lanuary lU, the gamo was the fastest and most spectacular ot tho sGssion. Wanderers, although minus tho services of S. Cloghorn. played clever anil determined liockoy, and were in tho fight to the last gong. CANADIENS DOUBLED SCORE .Montrhal, Fob. 6.-In last night's National hocke.v fixture Canadlens de-teatod tho fail-end Toronto team by a scoro ot 10 to .1. Never at any staga ot' the game vvore tho Toronto players able to keep pace with the locals. CARPETBALL TONIGHT The A. O. F. and S. O. K. oiirpet-ball teams will meet tonight In tha Oddf�llowB Hall in a malch tor pos-[session of tho Barrovvnian Shield. Tho public'ni'e invited liiid the gamo will commence at S,15 sharp. EXTREMELY CLOSE FINISH TO HUNTER MILE OF BOSTON Roatoii, Feb, 5.-From the obscurity of fourth place, 80 yards from the finish, D. S. Caldwell of the Boston .'Vthlotlc association, rushed past an amateur cham)iion and two other lleot runners to victory by a margin of Indies In the famous Hunter mile race at tho annual invitation games of the Boston Athletic association tonight. Afore than 300 athletes competed. The lormer ' Intorcolleginto luilf-milo champion, trying his pace over the mile distance for the llrst time in recent years, apparently ^diiid been run Into the ruck by, the changing spurts, LACROSSE PLAYER DYING Toronto, Feb. -Eddie Carralchael, home i)layor for the Tocumseh* Lacrosse club for tho last three years, is dying of consumption. Ho has no relatives, and it was not until yesterday that his condition was discovered. A subscription was taken up by his friends and lie will spend his re. malning days at Gravonhursl, Ho was the star attack man of the Tepum-sells. coming year : March 3-Lecture', "Cardston Beau-* tiful," K. N. Rarker. Demonstration; on Tea RiscuiLs, airs. May. April 7-"Cardening," Mr. Bett^' ridge, Demonsiration on Nut Bread;' Mrs. F. Best. . . May !)-"Poultry," Mrs. ?ameroa<: Demonstration on Kgg Dishes, Mrs. D. Spencer, Mrs. R. L. Folsom', Mrs. H. B. Scott. , June 2-"Canning, Preserving, Jel-' ly Making," Mrs. U. Spencer, Mrs,'! K. B. Cook, iVIrs. Ferguson. Demon-; stration "Reception Sanilwiohes.'.J Mrs. Wakelv. Miss J. HoliUfS, Mi;s.t Dr. Christie. t^WB ^\u\ 7-Lawn Sewing Day. � .';ffii .'Vugust '1-rlVomaii's Institute Pii � .SBptembor 8-"Pickles," Mrs,. OftS. zier. "Canned Vegetables,''- -Mrs. Bates. October 6-"Dovclopmont of Can: dian Music," Miss Pickup. Demo: �stration, "Candy Making,"- Mr; iFlotcher, Miss F. Wood. - a| November 3-"Comforts and''iCogsl veniences in tho Home," Mrs. .H..,Tf Folsom Jr. Hints for-XraoSiQ-il " open discussion. ' J^j Docenibor 18-Annual meeting,.'''^ Meetiiigs first Friday o? each mp' in tho Masojiic Hall PITTSBURG SELLS TWO Pittsburg, Feb, 5.-lufielder Walter Oerber p.nil Catcher Leo Murphy ot, the Pirates have: been sold to tho Columbus club of the American-RsBooln'^j tlon, it was nimoimcod tonight, I 63 7 ;