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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBHUAUY 11, JS13 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT IB SAN DO 101LARO IF i CHflflMjAN M'KinRII Prominent Sportsman Says Negro Able to End Scrap Any Minute of Any Round March as Ever New don't vfanl tu pour cold water on Jess Willanl's cham- pionship aspiiutioiis, but Tor Jess1 own licuclil and us u little advice to ini'ii who will het their good iron dol- Mrs on the wliitc man I'll right now that Jnclf. Johnson will walk into the ring at -Juiu'ex with his.gol- den smile bnred to tiie yu'n and knock Willanl out in any minute of any round he wants to." Dan McKctrick talking. "I think 1 know Johnson the Johnson of than any man in went on Dan. "I've ht'cn with him, travelled with Mm and I Know positively he hasn't touched a drop of liquor of any kind for a year or more. He st us wonderful a lighter as hs ever was, crafty, clever and brainy Why, in the lUorao fight he simply handled Frank a mother would a thuce-ycar-old baby lioj-. "Johnson was afraid that lie was going, to be tricked out of his title in that fight. Coming out of n. clinch in tlic second round Johnson nearly tors Frank's Jicail oft with one ot his amazing hand uppercut.s. Georges Uarpcntier, the reCciee, took brolien ICnylish 'Do yal "Jolmscn immediately thought Ilia1 CarpenLici: migbl he in on ;i plan. l< lake his crown away on a. foul, no matter how trivial. After that John 2011 simply stood ofi and jahbtsl, jab ted, jabbed until the crowd weariw of (lie of his methods ant hisscil him'roundly. IJecauGe ot that it became the general opinion the world over, that Johnson had fought badly, :i miserable result of a Ray life io J'aris "Now don't fooled. 'Johnson is aff great as he ever was., as wonder- ful as he at Itcuo against the oncu matchless Jeffries. He proved in the Moran bout that he can whip the beat man alive with one hand tied behind his back. He simply was picious and took no chances of los- ing the Moran bout through any lit- tle infraction of the rules whatsoever. No man ever lost a world's title be- cause he jabbed the other man silly, and that's what he did to Moran. "Remember what 1 say Johnson in minute of any round he him- self selects He is the master of the world a. pair of five ounce gloves CURLING Fifteen players went through the points couiimUtluiis last night and judging by the sin all scores in ado, !s cvcrv opportunity- llusc left on the list to pick up the jew- elry. The following are the scores for lout night and yesterday afternoon Win. Scott.........28 K. S. Smith .10 Jan. J. s. L. Mackenzie.24 11. A. McCullncli....lZ J. A, Reid 18 Hugh Scott 0. Wood 20 E. Luyton 11 L. W. Clark ...20 Ifr. Taylor .23 .1. Marnoch ....21 D. Donald .15 There was a "steel of ifc IcfL vacant lost night. It was retained for the Mies' Wright Cup games, hub the ladies were elsewhere. 'Tis suid they were practicing hockey at the Peo- ple's rink, preparatory for the oig game Friday night with the feminine ice cavorters of Medicine Hat. Clark and Aird rinks have been chal- lenged to a match for the Cadillac trophy Ly Uarberry and Davidson- The ti'st will be exercised tonight tlic lina-up of battle will be i I CHALLENGERS i V. puoley R. A. SmiUi J. S. Kirldmin Dr Tavlor D. McNabb Anil. Scott C. k. Car berry K, 10. Davidson HOLDERS OK THE THOl'I-IV J. A. Rcitl K. P. Stewart Scotb W. J. Kelson K. D. Jolmson J. Marnoch Jae. Aird, skip L. W. Clark, siip WITH BESOM AND STANE AT MACLEOD .Johnson Hit: two arras, backed i en Jiis big ebony fists. I'll itand on him away from Moran and said in I that." SLED HUD By DOGS PROSPECTOR TRAVELS CN WAG- ER FROM PEACE RIVER COUN. TRY TO CHICAGO Duluth, tfeb. 3000 miles in a dog sled drawn fey "husk- to win a wager of SlOOO, Jack Huglics, n prospector anil trader iuom ,the Peace Kivct-country, arrived in Dulnth today Jrom Virginia, Minn., where he arrived Sunday. Hughes has covered auouL 2500 miles o! the 3000, aud has until Feb- ruary 20 to lini'sh the last five hun- dred mile lap. He left Fort- Chippe- in the extreme northeast corner of Llic province or Aiherta, Oct. 20, with five dogs to prove that he could reach Chicago in lour months, tlrawn by his five dogs. When he reached Duluth, Hughes' outfit consisted of hut three dogs and his law sled. Two ot the dops were worn out on the trip, becoming vi- cious nnd making it necessary to leave them at Edmonton. Tho other three, are powerful animals, are al jn pood condition, although footsore In order to win. his befc, he rmisb have at least one dog. left wnen he enters .Chicago. ARRANGE BOUT BY 'PHONE NEW YORK TO 'FRISCO Closes for Match Freddie Welsh Willie Ritchie, San Fi-auctsco, talked by long distance telephone to Jimmy Johnston, matchmaker of the Madison Square Garden Ath- letic club, who was in a booth in New York CJiy, a few days ago, and arranged terms for a bout with Freddie Welsh, which is billed for next month Such conversations are expensive. BO no words were wasted on either side. It cost. Willie to hold the conven- tion, and ao he WHE paying the bill he did not haggling over terms 'with Johnston. He said he uoiild not afford to argue about percent- age In such circumstances, BO about all he aaked was that the be sent and he would talk over the final arrangements after reaching New York. UK WILL MONARCHS TRIM WINNIPEGS 7-1 Mon- archs came back to life and gave the iWlnnipega a severe drubbing as far as the score goes In a Winnipeg senior liockey game here tonight. The score 7 to 1, but the play was even throughout, though tbe champions bad it on them in getting cloee to tbe nets, while the 'Pegs were held at long range and Tommy .Murray took care of most of the shots. "The Beverage that BenefiU" Not simply a thirst quencher, not merely a the purest, most health infusing spirit that has ever been produced. Wolfe's Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps (HOLUUIM .jF Excellent as a "pick-me-ap" Ionic and most beneiiciil ID its effect on the liver, kidneys and other organs. Vastly superior f gje. JOHNSON MAY ATTEMPT ELUDE OFFICIALS DISGUISED AS PULLMAN PORTER El PASO, Texas, Feb. 10. Jack Johnson will try to enter Mexico through the United States disguised as a slecpiug car porter. This was the information, received by the immigra- tion officials here, who were ivainec to keep an eye open for a husky p tec possessing a remarkable colled of gold teeth. A special officer went on duty at tte Union station to watch.for Johnson. Grandstand scats will COST. at the Johnsori-Willard-fight at Juarez March 6. Diagrams miiicak- that the grandstand seats will he some dis- bancc ircim the battleiront. The price list places ringside seats at f 30 each. Macleod, Alia., Feb. play- ng lu a m'oEt conBistent fashion, the rliik skipped by A. Young1 hatj' the honor dE ivinning thr, second "linoclc- out" competftlon arranged by the Mac- leod Curllns club. T. A. Murray ran Into the Tinnl heat, but proved match for the winners. The results of the games are as follows1 First beat JicRae; White beat Callie; Young beat Stew- art; Struthers beat MacLean. Second beat Mac- Donald Baird beat McG-laddery; Struthers beat White; Young beat Gray. 10, Baird G; Young 10, Struthers C. 7, Murray 3. The winning rink was composed of IV. Hoodless, R. Davis, J. -MacLaren and A. Young Winter, H. Ben- nett, J. W. McDonald and T. A. Mur- ray The Oi'ulifimn Theatre opened its last.night to ;m audience- which numhers must have brougltt joy and satJMuclibn lo Ihe manuKCiial heart. The theatce- has bean renovat- ed, ami improvements cfTcclctl art) much to the advanliigL1 of the house, giving il a bright, and adding greatly to the comfort of its patrons, ConsidcL'ing Ihe small charge for ad- inisajoii the program was of gargan- tuan pjpporUwi, and of a highly pleasing character. Vaudeville was interspersed with picture reels, lend- ing a welcome vai'icly lo the bill of fare. The JlcCulloiigh Uros. gave a very exliiblLion of Irish character ilatiuiiig, "together with tlio hornpipe was a very clevei display oi loping a meritorious num- ber on the pinno by the whirlwind artist Shaylor Turner and sinking by the newsboy tenor Scotty John- son. In. addition to tlit'sc-, there was never tailing miith provokcr, a j comedy, mid a linn set ot reels of "Canada's condihution to Ihe British Empire." But this was not all, for a satisfying program was added to by a series oi Gaumunt pic- tures. TJie Canadian piedirvs need a par- ticular reference both for their local interest and splendid character. Much as wo know, and have read, of what the Dominion has [lone in taking its part in the ivar, yet patriotic ef- forts seemed to be accentuated -alien embodied in the fine setting oi men and regiments Canada has contribute ed. Quotas furnished by Calgary, Vancouver, and other cities, together with their particular localities, ap- IORI1EO BY A handicap tournament under the American syttem will be started im- mediately by the Lelhbrldge Chess club. An anonymous donor has offer- ed an appropriate fJnt prize, ana ihe second prize will be made up in each from the entries received. The entry fee for competitors will be 25 cente, and thoat who intend to compote are aiked to communicate ae as poielble with -Mr! H. Butler, 'phone 1393, so that the tournament can be got under way at once, (n or- der that It may be completed before the end of the aeaton. "Fnffl-a-llies" Cured Paraly- zed Bowels and Digestion ST. UONIKACE DK SHA.WINIGA.N, QtK. lrcb. ;jrd. "It IB a pleasure to me lo inform 7011 Uial nfU-r siiITcring from Chronic Constipation for years, I Imvebecn cured by While I was a student at Berthier College, I became GO ill I was forced lo lenvc the liic cuiicgc. Severe pains across the continually tortured me end it came to a point when I could not stoop down at oM, and my Digestion became paralyzed. Some one advised me to take nt once I felt a After I Irad takejj four or fii't IJOTM, I realized that I was completely cured and what made- me glad, also, w.'is thai lliey were actii'p gently, causing" no paiu whatever lo the bowels. All those who sillier with Chronic Constipation should follow my example and late I'rnit-a-tives" for they are the medicine Ibat MAGLOTRE PAQUIN "Frnit'S-ti res" arc sold by all dealers at 500. a box, 6 for 12.50, trial sire, 25c. or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruil-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa. enhance imperial peared to bring liouie and Canada's contribution to tlic cause. Incidents in Valcarier 'camp and elsewhere were ol' intensely in- teresting variety. During'the performance Mayor Har- die, nt t-he invitation of Mr. Light, tlie manager of" the Orpheum, spoke r few words expressing his pleasure in the entertainment; and thi.' promise it gave of providing Lcthbridge with a c-lean and wholesome attraction. Mr. Light further announced that the pres- show was only a beginning what Jie hoped to place of (he most precise and conservative theatre-goer. "Mutt and .Jeff in Mexico" comes to the Majestic Theatre on Februarry IS and 20, with a, sixty-foot car loud ol scenery and costumes, a company o] fifty capable artists, singers, dancers and specialty performers. A cargo of blushing Mexican maidens have been imported for nf "in.Mexico" to ]eud atmosphere' to the production. Statement by Lessard CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. Chief Skelton in the ivitness box told of iiow. lie had. searched the Les- sard home. Tlic remarks made by Mrs. Lcscartl afc thai" t-irne were used as evidence, although Mr. Harris strenuously-objected. Her statements were made before sliB was -placed un- der arrest, and .Mr. Church, repre- ocfors the sen ting, the Crown, 'held thai, they public. .He had to open t-he theatre I were perieclly proper as evidence. The rather hurriedly, anil had not yet completed his arrangements with the Western Aia'nagenr Vaudeville associ- ation, but hoped to Jo so in three weeks. With the start it has made, the Orpheum has dpeftcd undei the best of auspices, and if lust night's show an embryo of what is lo follow, feel sure that the theatre will es- tablish itseir as a popular place oi attraction and fulfil a desired want. ARGUS. "THE WRATH OF THE QODB" m Parta 'v 8TABLAND MONDAY, REGtNA BEAT MOOSE JAW 'jtfoose Jaw, ,Peb. defeated Moose by 9 .to 6 Jn the aat local game of the provincial hock- ey series here. 'The game 'was keenly con tee ted, both teams playing 'very hard, but showed a form much below hat of Melville on its.last appearance lere. At one time Moose Jaw led by 3 to 1, but Reglna caught up aud pass- ed the locals at half-lime, the scoro being 4-3 in their favor. Jaw lost through the poor work of Fairraan, who was called upon to replace Ellis in goal ct the last mo-' ment. A very enjoyable wlilit drive wa icld in tbe S.O.'E. hall last ntght unde the auspices of the Sons of Eoglam and considering the number of a the attractions the attendance was ua doubtedly good.. The prizes -wer awarded as follows: Ladies' first, Mia Ivy Dawson; second, Mrs. R. W. Scotl Gents' first, Mr Geo. W. Parsons; sec ond. Mr. A. Carr; the rconsblatii prizes gdlng-to Mrs. Martin and Mr E. Scott. Mr. E. as-M.C and dainty refreshments 'were serve: during the interval, 'RECORD Jack Lavtolctte-probably set a new hockey record in hockey when he play ed ,every position on the Canadien team 'with the exception of goal In one match. Laviolette was started in centre. When Dubeau got a. penalty le was pulled back to point. When Corbeau was sent to'the fence he wa used at cover. In turn, he held down left aud rlgh twings in place of Ber- anquette and PUre, respectively.. Since the season opened Laviolette hag played every position on the team Saturday night's experience- rounded out his record. At Quebec a few weeks Ago, when- Vozlna .dre'w a penalty, Layvy was shoved Into the nets. NATIONAL LEAGUE UMPIRES The National league has signed up its umpire's staff aa followi: D. -Emslle, Wl'Hiun J. ffiem, Mi William Byron, E. C. Qufgley, William Hart and Al Orth. Geortfe Cockfll, irhp wns mapacer of the Ha r- rhbur? olub of the league, was appointed as a lubatltute umpire, but there is still a vacancy to be fill- ed on the regular staff. iJharlte Rlg- ler has not heen stined. to far. Sec- retary John A. Heydler states that no application for a position has been received from Henry O'Dey. JOE BAYLEY BEATS ANDERSON Vancouver, B.C., Feb. 10.-r-Joe Bay- ley of Victoria, former Canadian light weight chfunplon, was awarded the popular verdict over Harry Andersonl' ALBERT 8EVIGNY, M.P.' of Vancouver in n. four-round bout Member for porchefter, who has'betn ntVc lonight. Bayley landed hard .appointed ohalrman of or, iimches to the body in the third and In other deputy-ipeaker of the ourth rounds. Heuie of EXTRA COMEDY PROGRAMME AT EMPRESS This is positively your last chance io see the dramatization of the most papular novel ever written in picture form. "The Man on tlie in five parts, featuring the king of Hght com- edians. Max Pigmffh in the tit'ie part. This Is probably the masterpiece of fiction scintillating with wit, wisdom and love, showing the many amusing predicaments Bob War-burton encount- ered when, jn response to a whim, he tried to impersonate- the staid old fam- ily coachman. He gets the wrong coach number, is arrested for a drun! nnd furtouB driving; Betty, for a lark pays his fine and employe him. He becomes general servant to Betty's family. This is a real honest, legiti- mate comedy, On fYlday. and Satur- day, the first of the "Beloved Adven- ture" stories will be told at the Em- press, These features are sure to prove interesting to all. Next week, Mr. R. W. Scoit of tbe City -Bakery, in popular ballads, and the week of Feb- ruary 22, the return engagement of pretty little Miss Luella Simons. "ARE YOU A The seat sale for "Are You a Ma-! opens today at the Hedley Drug Co. for the performances in the Ma- jestic Theatre on and Tuesday next. The Daughters of the Empire are confident that the production will be both an artistic and financial suc- cess. The ladles and gentlemen as- sisting In the play- are all ivell-ltnown locally. IN RUSSIAN TONGUE MAJESTIC FRIDAY SATURDAY Chief with Detective Kane had call- ed at the home, informed Mrs. Les- sard, who admitted them, that they were in possession of a search war- rant, nnd were looking ior a seal skin coat, that she bad better pro- duce it. She had replied, "there is nothing go to or words to that eliecl. She had seated herscll on a folding davenport, and aitcr a lew inomeiitB had said, "there is no use lying about proceeding to pro- duce the coat from between the mat- tress and the springs of tbe daven- port. Mr. Hill and some of his sales- people were called from the store, lo tlie Louse, where they identified the coat as one stolen from the stor sufficiently to satisfy Chief Skelto that he was justified in placing sard and his wifa under, arrest. The court-room this morning packed to capacity. Mr. Harris wil cross-examine Chief Hkelton at th commencement of tomorrow mom ing's session. The Majestic Theatre will be given over to the Russian Ukranlan Co. of Players on Friday and Saturday next; who will present a repertoire of stand- ard Russian dramas in their native anguage. The performances he nterspersed with a number of sing- ng and dancing'offering peculiar to he traits and habits of the Russian nationality. Whilst this attraction will, of necessity, appeal strongly to he foreign element in the Iso be a distinct novelty to ish race, as it affords .'an opportunity o see something out of the ordinary. Phe company consists of 16 people, ,nd a six-piece orchestra is used, teats are now on the Hedley "Drug Co. for both nights. MUTT. AND JEFF IN AT MAJESTIC though compara- velV' old, Js ever, new, under' the lastnny management of Gus Hill, the can of cartoon comedy production. A ew vehicle is furnished every year or the exploration of tlie ecceiHrici- ies of that ill-mated pair of exaggerat- d characters, Mutt and Jeff.- Every ew book Is bused on timely topics nd important hRpiienings of national r international importance.' Mr. eeiiiB to have unlimited capacity for xtractlng comed'y even, from "a trag- tiy. Although entirely inoffensive to ny one, "Mutt and 'Jefi In Mexico" resages inucli humor. Playing as it to'the respectable middle class-, homc-iovliiff people, Mr. Hill sees to that lliere Isn't A Hoe or an action to oifend or, bring.a blush to tlic cheek SOCIALIST IN PRUSSIAN DIET MAKES DEMAND FOR ENDING OF WAR Amsterdam, via London, Feb. submitting the' budget to the Prussian diet, August 10, the minister of Fin ance declared that economically Ger many was able to cope with the irar for along time. After Herr Lentz had spoken, Herr Hirsch, a. Socialist deputy, created D scene by aserting that the Socialist parcy refused .further to support the government and demanded the ter- mination of.'the WOT. Dr. Kar! 'Liebnecht, another Social- it, interrupted the speech of the Conservative member, Herr Heyder- brand, who -was expiating on the unity of German .peoples, declaring: "You have no right to speak in the name of the'people." This utterance caused a great com- motion, ,and there were numerous cries of quiet was soon restored. The budget was sent to. committee. BURDETT NEWS Burdett, Alia., Feb. Iversoa, north oi town, who has about 3000 bushels of flax, 'was shipping through the Farmers' Elevator last week, It is understood that Jim Bigelow has purchased the Clem Hoaglin pro- party adjoining his store, and is fur- nishing it, A number of the children south of town were, absent, from school last week on account of chicken pox. Tlie ladles met with Mrs. E. E. Mnu- nirig last Wednesday, and completed some work for tlje needy ones down south. The Soldiers' Aid society was enter-1 tained on Friday evening of last 'week by litre. J. E. Campbell, Mrs. G. A., Pocle and Miss Josephine Parker. Am-! ong the guests from town were Mr. niul Mrs. Clms. Hendershott and Misa Henderehott, 'Mr. Noble, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E, Manning, Miss Ethel and -Mlas, Esther Manning Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maxwell and alias Mfflle Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkham aud children, Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfe and baby, Mr. Del Burnhnm, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hole. There were about 60 present In all, and the. evening was spent In music and dancing. A delicious lunch WHS served...after which the most .lib- eral offering of the season waa.'con- tributed, the proceeds amounting to Everybody reported a good time. Tonight "A Study in Scarlet" A. CONAN DOYLE The Most Famous of Sherlock Holmes Stories Staged in London, Eiig. TOMORROW The Master Key" THE SEVENTH EPISODE OF THE GREATEST SERIAL. EVER PRODUCED MONDAY "The Wrath of the Gods" OR THE DESTRUCTION OP SAKURA-JIMA, In Six Parts- See tlie Volcanic EruDlion, Sfarlaml's Concert Orchestra I EMPRESS I THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC tjtaij TONIGHT This is Absolutely Your Last Chance to see The Greatest Light Comedy Ever Written or Produced "THE MAN ON THE BOX" In Five Parts Written by Harold by Jesse C Laiky Featuring the Best Comedian of Modern Times MAX FIG51AIV This Is 3 Comedy that will Live, Enchant and Plate All. RCSCOE (FAT) ARBUCKLE IN FUN, AND A BRITISH PATHE WAR NEWS Friday and Saturday Sure THE FIRST OF THE BELOVED FAMOUS ALICE JOYCE STORY, COMEDIES AND WAR NEWS Next-Monday for One Week R. W. SCOTT IN-WELL KNOWN BALLADS and OPERATIC AIRS Daily At 2 p.m. 10 Cents ORPHEUM Evenings Continuous. Performance 7 to 11 p.m. 15 Cents LAST OPPORTUNITY TONIGHT TO SEE 'Canada's Contribution to the British Empire' 5000 Feet of Interesting and Entertaining Scenes of What Canada Is Doing In the Present Times Tonight. The Talk of The Town Orpheum Standard Vaudeville SHAYLOR TURNER The Prince of the Piano From Ragtime to Grand Opera. SCOTTY JOHN30N The Newsboy Tenor Hear Him and be Convinced McCULLOUGH BROS. "Entertaining Irish Character Dancers SHORTY CAMPBELL EXHIBITION ROPER Coming Friday "DOUGH AND 2 PART KEYSTONE COMEDY; Thirty Minutes of Solid Laughter Don't IWIci Seeing Volcanic Eruption In "THE WRATH OF THE GODS" MONDAY Majestic Tonight LAST TIME HERE Annette Kellerman in 'Neptune's Daughter' PRICES TONIGHT 25c and 15c Coming Next Week MUTT AKD JEFF IN MEXICO ALL CHORUS BO 1-3 PEOPLE Majestic Theatre Next Friday aud Saturday .FEBRUARY E. DOROSH PRESENTS THE RUSSIAN TJKEANIAN PLAYERS (Direct from the Imperial The- atre, Petrograd) IN A REPERTOIRE OF CLAS- SIC RUSSIAN DRAMAS (Played in Native Language) Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c Now Selling at Hediey Drug Co. MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY FEBRUARY 15TH AND 16TH Leo Ditriclistein's Notable Coinedj' "ARE YOU A UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE All Local Talent Prices 75c, SOc, 2l5c SEATS ON SALE'THURSDAY AT I--5DLEV DRUG CO. ;