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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1915 THE L E T H R R I D G E DAILY H E R A L D PAGE THREE New York, Kcli. O.-Joc Slmgruc, Iho -Jersey City lightweight, aK11'11 proved loo much for Welsh, world's champion of that class in u JO-rotiud bout at Madison Squari! (.1 union liere tonight. In Micir inccliiiK lierc, Welsh hud Uii! belter of it in only two of the lull- in battle bis best efforts earn- ed him no belter than an even break in two sixth and seventh. Shugruc led in all the others. Thr: -lioxers weighed in as aprcud under I3fi pounds at 3 o'clock this aftemoou. Their ringside weigh Us were Welsh Shugruc 135, Welsh fought faster than in his prpvioiiK battle with thn .Jersey lad lull MJmtfi'iie shuweil marked improve- ment in cleverness. In fad, UK; Jcr rev boy at tinirs oULlioxoil the elmm- piixi aiid was fai better in the mix- ups, lie met Welsh coining in will still' punches to tliu body, while the frcijuentlv sent over lefts to the face. Many times Shu Erne surprised the onlookers bv block- ing these lett-K i-aused Hie cham- pion to miss as often as lie himself did. The champion found it necessary t fight his best make a showing against the .Jersey City lad's work, Neither showed any marks of baltlo. NENLY1W-RFIY Uai'badocs, B, L, 'Johnson, the. pugilist, DEFEATS MILK SEPfElIE m Feb. Jack Warner, Kcb. In n fast, and ralli- avrive-d here, er ol hockey, Watiitr tic- today troni liut'nos Aires. lie weighs fcaled .Milk liivcr by a scure of J-15 pounds and says lie i.s in to S yesterday. This is the third condition. Johnson said he would attempt ice Ling of these learns, Wai'ncr cadi time carrying ofl the honors of Lhc charier a steamer to lake him tu occasion. A era Cruz, as no other, means is. Alilk Iliici- was strengthened con- nvailahle to him Lo Juarez, Mex- sidciahly bj- Cameron and Hillis. two ico, in tiuic for his flglit wil-h Jess old hock'cj playL-rs, hut their iendciicy Uiliard on March li. Johnson said he to it, marred the n-arnc. War- was confident, oi winning, hut was iit-r. was weakened by the absence ol -.inxious because of Llic possibility of not reaching Juarez early as he Iiad expected antl might ask for a postponement. SUIT WORRIES JOE TINKER Car Conductor Claim j Chifed Manager Assaulted Him York, X.-Y.: Feb. .Toe Tinker of tlie Chk'.'igo is ijulle troubled over the suit uroiight by a New York stroet car conductor as a reaulL of nn altercation some time afio The legal proceedings brought Joe all the way from Chicago, and may Keep Jiiiu here some time, The conductor's story Is that the ball player became enraged at some minor detail of the way the car wns being run, and knock' in! him down, causing blood poison U ensue. Joe denies the accusation. CafiiiTou and Dimmock, and Koley in goal. Foley never play- ed ;i beiorc and credit is duo him the ivay he handled himscii. Ii'or IVariicr, Davis played an extra- otiliiiiiry and was the leading jjoal ccltrr, scoring 7. Whitty and Hcrg were also out- staiitjinfi plavcrs on the Warner line- up. Shining lights in the invading sep- leUe were Hillis and McMillinn in gual was hard to beat-, only the impossible stops gcttinE by him. M. L. (.iortlon, Warner, refcrcrd the inatdi and proved an impartial CCTnpclriit official. The teams Warner .Milk River Goal KGAI Of HOCKEY M'Cutcheon Brothers on Lethbridge Young Ladies Try Conclusions With Med. Hat Fair Sex Here Fri. Lady hockey players of Lclli- brldgc and lady hockey players of Medicine Hat are going to engage ir, the first Indies' intercity hockey championship match that prs- babfy ever been staged In Al- The game in going to take place here, and the People's rink will be the scene of the contest. Next Fri- day evcninp Is the date set, com- mencing at 8 o'clock. Who's who. speaking ol the Lethfaridge team? To wit; MIsBes E. Stewart, j. Stewart, C. Jones, A. San3, 8. Nimmons, A. Bawden and Edna Henderson. They are all experienced puck- chasers, who hope to add to their renown and laurels on Friday ev- ening. Everybody In town will be at the yame. Don't miss it. CURLING Trial Close go m were right in order hist nlgJH at the rink. The follow- g are the results: I D.il.h NclBon H, D. McNabb 10 I was m lhe liam' and Strallicona Land -Syndicate Toronto, Out., A of conspiracy figulnyl liurdon .Mt-Ciil- clieon, J. II. McCulolicuii, C. MeCui- cheon and Marshall .1. Con it, all Culgnry, was licaril In iln; iiollcu court todsy. The clmrgo Is Ihiil UHSV ilid conspiro to dcfniud Herbert find others ol certain BUIIIS ol money. J. Knj'iiiour CorJcy, f'j-uivji roKOCuU'd, and .1. Hn.'iKiii'i Hnow, K.C., for Gordon .MK'iilflicon; Hartley D. Ewarl, K.C., lor M. and J. II. aicCulclieoii, anrl A. Hoconl Meri-yti .McDonald for L'cuk and JJ. S. .McUntcliGon. The Crown showed llml tlio Mi> Culchcon Co. WSIB Im'onnittilfjd in On- tario, and bewail in Toronto 1911 as western veal estate IjroU- jrs. In October, 1 they got n. mrtcr. They dealt. in eslalc and promoted syndicates, imrcluisod pro- Iterty and sold it for customers. The Crown said th'-ii- object 'was to get large initial profits by buying In tliftir own name and sdlini; amongst Lheinficlves. It wae also alleged Uml ihcy had no terest in certain lots v-'hicli they showed plaiiE of. .J. W, 'MuMurcliy, iiiuiiagfir of the N'orlliern Trust Co. of Alberta, iden- tified a marked "Muyt'air1' at ihe Kii'er. i-tc1 Bald the the Ivdmonton (Ptignutfllo.) T. R. Davidson 7, George Siaeey Ij. [Summit.) R. S, Smith 11, ,l. S- Shepherd !l, [Summit.) J. feet. It flat not good residential. Oonmiught Park and oiht-r properly was worth ?250l) to ?3000 as [arm land .said the witness. It was lislud at 000, Connaught Park iinnex, ivilness thought, was w'brtli 53200, and said that. St. James Park, near S'wilt Cur- rent, was just tarm land. I "I win "said ilic Croun Attor- jney, "it was listed at "Belvedere, another property, was worth S.SO an .AIc-Murcliy contin- ued. "The M el fort property half a mile from Melfort, they listed for ?72.- 000; It wortli ?-10 Lo an PORTLAND BEAT VICTORIA American Team Up Near the Top of the Heap Now Portland, Ore., Feb. one of the games of tbe Coast league sensoit, tile Portland team defeated Victoria here tonight by a score of to and pulled up to ivltliin one gan of Vancouver In the race. The Port- land boys came from behind, scoring the winning goal In the second period. There was no scoring in the final period. IMPALED AUTO RACER DIES Log Angeles, Ca'J., Feb. Cal- Inghan, the young racing driver-Injur- ed yesterday in a 100-mile motor cor race at Ascot park, died today. He "was impaled upon u. fence post, which rent his left side, exposing- the lung. Several ,of his vlbs also were fractur- ed. MOHA BEATS CHRISTIE MtfR-aukee. Feb Molia, heavyweight, defeated GUB Christie last night In ten hurd rounds, in the opinion of critics. a majority of ne'wspaper CARNIVAL AUDITORIUM RINK Friday, Feb. 12th LAST ONE THIS SEASON. SEE D.' E. MCDONALD'S WIN- DOW FOR PRIZES, Only Maiked Skatero Allowed on Ice until 9 o'clock. Adults 25c Children 15c SPECTATORS: Adults lac Children lOc Seaion Tlcktti Not Accepted For Admiulon, Citizen'sHand 'TONIGHT Good Ice Dcrg Davis Snapp 1'oinl Cover I'oinl CM Ire Right Wing Left Wing Thompson Hillis Cameron Johnson Stuart NTERNATIONAL WOULD INVADE NEW YORK CITY McMilliau .Moiitiedl, Feb. leaked out-iu York yesterday that, President Barrow, of the International Baseball league, has asked the National com- mission [Or to place a baseball learn in Now York City next summer to prevent the federals from making invasion there (and also to strengthen the league! Harrow also announced that Montreal and Toron- to ivoiiirf lie luick in the league next season without Tail; U'iHiam Gibson, n former local light promo ter, v, il 1 operate the Bronx ieani, if Barrow can get the consent of the baseball authorities. The proposed transfer oi the Jersey Oily club to Syracuse was (iefiaitcly abandoned today. COAST LEAGUE MAY DRAFT N.H.A. PLAYERS concessions to the Pacific Coast hockey league were decided unou at a special meeting of the National Hockey association, held in tae Windsor hotel here. As a result oC settlement the controversy over Tcmmy Smith's services, the Patricks, who, it is-now stated, were granted a short time ago, the right lo draft five men from the N.H.A. clubs this year iriJl now be given the privilege ol drafting a, man from each of the six clubs in the association. The- advanc- ing of this privilege was decided upon after thorough discussion. The asso iation sustained President T. Enmielt Qulnn In his ruling that the Wander- ers should be awarded the game de- faulted by Shamrocks. AMBASSADOR PAGE CONFIRMS LUSITANIA REPORT Washington, D.C., Feb. sador Page at 'London today notified tlie State department that the British Foreign office had confirmed to him the press reports announcing thu fly- ing or' the American flag over the Cun- ard liner Lusitania on her recent trip across the Irish Sea. .Mr. Page also included in his dispatch (he text ol the Iiress report of the occurrence. REULBACH TO. THE BROOKLYN FEDE'RALS Chicago, 111., Feb. A. Gil- more, president oC the Federal B >all league, today announced that lie iad signed Ed Ileulhaeh, former pitch er of the Brooklyn Nationals. Keul- bacli's contract is for one year. Ac- cording to Mr. GJlmore, Reulbacli will be assigned to a Federal league club ater. WILL PLAY FOR SQUASH TITLE New York, N.Y., Feb. A. Klnsella of tbe New York Squash club, and John White, of the New York Rac- I ket and Tennis club, have been match- ed to play for the .prol'eBslonal court championship of America here on Sat- urday, February 20. Announcement of the match, made i todny .states that this is the first time in the hlsory of court tennis in the TTn- ied Slates that the professional cham- pionship oE America, has been at stake. WOLGAST-SMITH BOX DRAW Columbus, Ohio, Feb. Wol- gast, former lightweight champion, and Cy Smith of Hoboken, N.J., boxed a 12-rOimd no-decision match here last night. Wolgast was unable to make much use of his right bund, which was injured in a recent bout with Fred Welsh of England, and the honors were considered about even. Grantland Rice figures that the ma- jor leagues will pay Out in .salaries. He probably readied that figure by asking the "magnates their salary totals and dividing by three. Great Detective Drama Taken In London, Eng. STARLAND TONIGHT WELSH PREFERS 20 BOUND MILLS Welsh, light- weight champions, says 20 rounds is just his distance in tlie ring. "During tlie past few weeks I have noLicrd thai many fight writers ol the country expressed doubts as lo my ability to go over ten said Welsh yesterday. "They never made a bigger mistake. I am not never ivas n ten round fighter. Twen- ty rounds has always been an ideal distance for me. I "On March H, T meet Willie Rit-' chic in York foe LO rounds. AH scon as this battle is over I be open lo meet any lightweight in the world over any route for the provided, oi course, the financial arc sufficient. "I will so to Cuba or to New Or- leans or anywhere else to defend the title against any legitimate contend- er. "In all of my ten round fights I have never been at my best in tbe early rounds. H takes six or seven rounds lor me to get properly warm- ed up." AUDITOR-GENERAL KICKS OVER NOTE ISSUE Ottawa, Out.-, -Feb. re- port of .J. A-.Fraser, auditor- general, laid on the table of the House today, contains it protest against an Issue ten railhon dollars of Dominion notes made to the Caiiadlan iNorthern Railway and six mil- lion dollars to the G-T.P. The issues were protected'by guar- anteed bonds and 'were made "3ast Sopteniber at the time of danger ot a tinanrMal panic. v The protest is based on the v ground that there was 110 legis- lative authority. v or Good Health! (By an eminent physician) Slowly. your food well. plenty of chewing gum on hand. Use it shortly after meals and chew it until the "full" feeling die- appears! Spicy juice of known the world over The NEW Double Strength Peppermint flavor offer These 1-o-n-g 1-a-s-t-i-n-g, luscious confections the most value, the most pleasure and the mod benefit possible to get for 5 cents. Good for teeth, breath, appetite and Sealed in air-tight, impurity-proof packages, kept absolutely clean and fresh, always. If you like the flavor of mint leaves, take If you prefer double strength Peppermint, get digertlon. they are Be SURE to get WRIGLEY'S MADE IN CANADA Wra. Wrigley Jr. Co.. Ltd.. Toronto, Ontario CIO If that Yankee deal hangs fire much longer, they'll trade the whole team for a dog. Don't Miss Seeing The Volcanic Eruption In "THE WRATH OF THE GODS" STARLAND MONDAY Majestic Theatre Today and Tomorrow TWICE DAILY (3 and 8.30 p.m.) LAST TWO DAYS THE MODERN VENUS Annette Kcllcrinan Neptune's Daughter A Wierd Phantasy of the Deep Sea. PRICES: Nights (all Matinees I0c SEATS NOW SELLING AT .REDLEV" DRUG CO. Majestic Theatre Next Friday and Saturday FEBRUARY E. DOROSH PRESENTS THE RUSSIAN UKKANIAN PLAYEKS (Direct from the Imperial The- atre, Petrograd) IN A REPERTOIRE OF CLAS- SIC RUSSIAN DRAMAS (Played in Native Language) Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c Seats Now Selling at Medley Drug Co. A Study in Scarlet" BY A. CONAN DOYLE. The most famous of Sherlock Holmes Detective Stories produced under the' Gold Seal Brand. Tragedy of Two Continents brought to a conclusion in Baker Street rooms of English Detective! Remarkable deductive processes of Eagle-Eyed Sleuth featured in enaction of Vendetta; begins in Utah Hills and ends in Brixton Road, London- Eng. I EMPRESS S _ THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC TONIGHT This is Your Opportunity to see the Greatest and Most Laughable Comedy Ever Written or Produced "THE MAN ON THE BOX" In Five Parts Story by Harold McGrath, the King of Novelists. Played by Max Fjgman and Lolita by the Famous Players Paramount Pictures. FAT ARBUCKLE IN A COMEDY, AND PATHE WAR NEWS Starting W. Scott, of the City Bakery, wilf ting. Coming Soon: Return Engagement of the Dainty Child Artiste, LucUa Simons In Song and Dance, Georgo Stallings has a superstitious aversion to bills, thus proving he nevec sold tickets for atrc.' a circus the- The Chicago White Sox may win a few mote games, hut they'll lose col- umns of free ads now that Ping, has gone back to bust ieticcs on the coast. MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY FEBRUARY 15TH AND 16TH Leo Ditrichstein's Notable Comedy "ARE YOU A UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE. All Local Talent Prices 75c, 50c, 25c ON SALE THURSDAY AT MEDLEY DRLQ ,CO, ;