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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1915 THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE CALGARY VIC8 GIVEN A GOOD TRIMMING ON THEIR OWN ICE Calgary, Alia., Feb. bud- ding hope, that Culgury liad a liocltoy team with sufficient ability to win the Iirovolncial honors nud after tho Allan cap was rudely crushed down last night, when the final game be- tween the Calgary Victorian and the Edmonton Kskiinos was iilayecl at Sherman's rink. Buoyed uii with tlio showing made by the local team In the first gamo of Nie home-ami-home eeries, whon they lost out only by one Koai. playing upon the Eskimos' ice, iocs! hockey fan a had groomed them- selves to bo prepared for the fee-ling uf the hockey championship of Al- berta resting In their city. Dut when the game 'was finished the largest crowd 'which had attended a Same for a number of years, lelt. the rink Badly disappointed, while the Ed- monton Eskimos and their supporters left In a Btate of high Jubilation, for the score was 9 to 4, wot In favor of the Calgary Vies. Tho Calgary team was outclassed just to the extent that the score night Imply. BIG CARNIVAL .AT ROSSLAND Exciting Games of Hockey Feature Operiiny of nnual Winter Event >Rosaland, B.C., Feb. fast and exciting games of hockey marked the ci" Hoasland's 18th an- liual winter carnival todny. Weather conditions were favorable, except for n temperature slightly high for the beat Icc. The Rossland Intermediates ivon from the Nelson Tigers, 5 to 4. Nel- son tier! the score shortly before time TYR3 called. In the first round of tho interna- WELSH AND WHITE TO GO TEN ROUNDS FEB. 35 111., Fob. cles wfire signed lion.- loday for u Inii-ruuntl match ijKbvwcn C lie of Clileupo and 1'Ycd- dle Welwh, thu cliuni- lilon, to be decided in Milwau- kee, on February They agreed to weigh 135 pounds at two o'clock, it will bii Uiuir Bucond mcfotine, the first hav- ing resulted in a druw. 10 REFIE SAN ANTONIO SPORT WHITER SLATED IN TO BE THIRD MAN RING MARCH 6 San Antonio, Texas, Feb. cording to latest advices from Kl Frank jVoeJ, a San AnLowio wrilcr, probuhiy will ht Ihc third mail in the ring iu UIK .Johnson iVillard championship buxhig contest n Jimrev, on March promoter of (lit- fight said Noel had agreed to cferee for a nominal fee. The matter vill be-put up ty Johnson on liis at- in Juarez. ICiigenc Corri, Lhc hoxinj; eferce, wlio nat; flrsli coiiaidercd, .amed a price too high. CURLING Cadillac Trophy Changed Hands (Murk anil rinks have ;it last i.'.'id lit w to defend in CHdHlii'j coniiH'tilioii. LllSt C'ai'lHMTV Duviilsou both in their go mi's with the ci nrc JJIHV UK; prowl po.s '.ho cmlilcin. Clark and Ainl have dm'e rights Un'isii Unit's .since hr cup from TabtM-. H loukwl likr away for. Aird's rink, who hud snored (I [joinIs before Davidson not '.lie chalk, iintl (.'vcopl ing ,1 single in Llit; end, uevcv: find lo tnyrtft HANDICAP TOURNAMENT AR- RANGED FOR WRIGHT CUP ELECTED (Idem, UTS of their iK the ;i nill- A handicap checker which Ihc Cup aLic of Lite champion lo bo plau'il ul'i a I tin- luiu iLiiim'iit in vill In; Inp, is Y.M.I.1.A. pu I'- ll me. A uf a number oi t-licckci [c-t'uiM'i-slK tou't 11! are al UK- Y.M. ;C.A. last- and ;i I'hctiu-r club funuurl. Those rlni.M-i> 10 guide o (lie board aRain. I the destinies of tin.1 cliih ;in: CMai-k's rink "fell to C'urlicrry, who j Joluisi.m. played a. splendid giimct himself and i was well supported by his other I AUJi. IhrpR J 11. Mc- Dr. W.'ll. .Marrs and lliifili ScoM. Carly, U'. S. MeKaf, II. Sichulsun. have challenged the winners, and iLi Johnston, Vuiuin ;md Mc- fs rimiori'd that Olaifc and Aini urc Rue were .selected lo WK" lu Ley u Liimc-liack. i liuiidicap and four Cadillnc seen; ends; [eidi'd njujn to Uie muldi. All players Clark 021 0'20 meet one anollif-r during ULC Carbcrry ...............113 100 108 toutiiainciii. Airrf 000 Hij TJic ivM] i-> cn- ...............1100040 lil list more players lh Aird antl Clark 20 j up for (lie c.onLrsls Carhrrry aut! devotees of the i extu-rided to all in J mission of cents Llc '.i Two rinks will piohahly journey to j entrants. Tabor tomorrow a preen I Four will cnnsuunt1 a i rink .skipped hy K. A. Smith, and ;i_'two puinia r v.irj, one1 reasoned b.ind w players skipped by Scott. Don't Overlook the Big Hockey Match Tonight OTTAWAS HEAT Sl-IAMIlOCLvS Toronto, I-'cb. U ilowa before Otiawa, hy a score of 6 to 2. Many penalties were handed out for rough play anil other rule intrac- tioiis, nnd both teams ivere forced to use all ihcir spares. WANDERERS WONT AGAIN7 Montreal. Feb. their splendid supply o' substitutes, wliich pienl chances U last Hoctey. Trail liu baaten'Row- [team prepaid OK WanimTs- land Eevernl limes thi. year, hut The ilisawomtraent will and putpbv UlB Ho overrerae tonight ,vUn the Hat learn will play here at tta People's. Montieil a.cna tonight Sonieliimc ago the Young Ladies' .liockcy team ol this city journeyed to championship serien, Trail de- j Medicine Hal to. play the pick'of Hie leafed Rosuland, 3 to 1, in a brilllanl ;Eas citv's lairer sex and were treated same, b, :J, d.Happointment U, the KnU GAMES FOR TONIGHT, 8 M. Jas. Airif vs. U tl Carhrrrv, Hag. j .Jack Walts vs. D. McXabb. I K. JJ. Johnson vs. Dr. W. Il.Mnrrsj Summit. J. V. Hamilton vs. Himh ticoU. Entrants lor ihc points compp-tit-iou are noiificd thut it will lie nccessai'y lo rninplntc the contests J'Jay ivill Ijc- in order lomorroiv afler- noon. The W rifiht cup, now i'Xliibition af. the V.M.C.A., will t-umpelert for manner aniiiinily anil any pet- SOH 'siicferds ifi IJfiinij it tlirtc liinps niilV lio'ti it for TJlc touniamrni now in pro- ai ihc "V" is to be I'omplelcd loniRht. H. H. McCarly an- pears lo have the -championship tuck- ed away. MONDAY "THE WRATH GAMES IN THE N. H. A. forced co an extraordinary pace lo today. In the eecond international round, played tonight. Grand Forks -won from Yl Nelson, 4 to 3, in a spectacular game. TJie-ciirlJng competition iras begun "with rinks 'from Nelson, Trail and Ro39land participating. The first'carnlyal dance took place tonight and a successful ice mas- querade last night.'. flEAL ESTATE FIRM "ANGEL" FOR FEDS IN NEW YORK CITY New York, N.Y., Feb. not at all positive of getting- a Fed- eral league franchise next season it developed last night. Until late yes- terday Uiat city believed itself assur- ed of gaining admission to the Federal league, but a proposition was made to Hie local Federal league office yester- day afternoon by. a Bronx real estate firm, ft-Jifch, may entirely change the Situation. The name of the company has not been made public, but it IE known to own valuable lauds in the borough of the Bronx, and It is willing to give a plot of land, and agree to Imild concrete stands, it is said, if the Federal league -will award it a fran- chise and supply it with good players.) W011 for the inter-city championship, and a lively .conlcfit is looked fot. Little is known of the calibre ot puck-chasers, hut they have to go some to beat the local septette who have teen going through a gruel- ling practice for the past two weeks Don't the People's rink to at 8 o'clock, so lei the -hockej fans turn-out and the teams re- sults for their enterprise. The admis- sion fee is almost nominal, to 3, QUEBEC-BEAT TORONTO Quebec, -Feb. defeated the champion Torontos 1 to 5 in a fast and exciting M.H.A. contest lo- night. Torontos had S to 1 lead at end oi the first period. Quehecs in WANT TWO EDMONTON AMA- TEURS TO MEET ADVANCE OF PORTLAND SEPTETTE OFF FOR COAST Chicago, III., Feb. A. Comiekey, president of the Chicago Americans, and B. B. Johnson, presi- dent oE the American league, left to night for .San Franciaco, the first of the White Sox contingent to leave for :He spring training grounds. They spend a day in Seattle and Port- andp 'before going to San Franciaco. The players will leave the fJrst of next week. CARPETBALL LEAGUE MATCHES Two games are billed for tonight in ;he OaruetbaJl league. The PostJes will go up against the A.O.P. and the S.O.E. Moose hall 'will be the scene of the contests, at 8.15 prompt. Pub- ic invited. Alberta Hockey Champions Will Play Off With British Columbia Winnipeg, Feb. Colum- Mainland hockey league, the amateur Tjia's aniateiLv hockey association has hockej' organization of the Canadian decided to.have a try for the Allan coast, and wl cup and the challenge wire from Ilev. A. E. Vi decided to.have a try for the Allan r received by ert, of New lias been liled for due consideration. Ilcv. Mr. Vert informs Secretary Robinson ot the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association that the British Columbia team of Vancouver has won the championship of the be second added Tour, whije Toron- rick is (os coulri only manage one. In th second minute of the third scssio Torontos added ouc more and Que- becs followed with IAVO, making th final score 7 to 5. Edmcoton, Feb. by the inroads Portland has inailr into the Vancouver hockey team's load, Frank Patrick ivircd hi.s .Alberta scout. Fief] Whilcroft, asking. .10 have for- wards sent to coast at once. If the Eskimos an; eliminated from the Allan cup race tonight by. the Vies, it i.s likely two 01" tliP forward HUB will decide to make the jump into pro company. In event of a win, the Vancouver offer lie down, as the Eskimos have held to- gether this year-Mvit-h the .sole inten- tion of getting another chance at the Allan cup. Muwiird Dea, who has gained all his liockey 'cxpcrirncc in this city, is onu of Lhc plajcrs I'at- IN SIX PARTS Three Reacons Why This Pro- duction Should Prove a Gruac Success: 1. A Volcanic Eruption that will make you gasp and Dhudder. 2. A Love Story of the West and the East. A Western Hero and a Heroine of Far Japan. "nmnnce in its nics[ beautiful bloom. 3. A True Japanese Motion Picture played by the most cele- brated Japanese Artists. Majestic Tonight AT 8.30 AND TOMORROW NIGHT E. DOROSH PRESENTS THE KUSSIAX TIvKANIAX PLAYER8 In CfaEsic Russian Dramas Played in Native Dialect. 50c, 25c (All Reserved) The Seventh Episode of The Master Key THE Cr.CATEST OF ALL SERIALS, PRODUCED BY JOHN FLEMING SPECIAL FOR THE Stamp Photographs will be presented to every lady attending Starland Tonight. AFFECTS N.H.A. STANDING Toronto, Ont., Feb. -Montre al Wanderers 'will not claim the re- cently forfeited game by the Sham rocks. The Shamrocks owner announce! the game ie to be played in Torontc on March Gp and will count in the standing. The foregoing means that Ottawas lead the championship races by om game, as with the Shamrock garni standing a win for Wanderers the Ot tawa and Montreal cluba would be tied. PAN ZARETA BEATS RECORD Huns Five Furlongs In at the Juarez Course El Paso, Tex., Feb. Zureta owered the world's record for live urloiigs yesterday afternoon in match race on the Juarez course. Pan lareta's time was as against the vorltl's record tor this distance of .58, ield by Terns Trtck. Joe Blair, ran the race ivifch ready whenever Zareta. also ran under the world's called upon to play any elimination, record, aud made the pace for the games renuired. This news appears greater imrt of the "way. most welcome to the trustees. It I -_______ means that Alberta's champions vill be able to play oil in Lhe west and need not require the'Manitoba cham- pions to play an undue numher o[ elimination games. I AONveto WINE SPIRIT CO. Largest Importers in 8outher.ii' Alberta; always oil hand a most complete stock. Our goods are guaranteed to be oi' absolute Purity and Genuine. Shipments made to all parts of tlie country'.- C. C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. CAN'T SHOW RITCHIE-WELSH FIGHT PICTURES IN ALTA. Edmonton, Alta., Feb. Ritchie-Welsh boxing match pictures were shown to moving picture Censor Chadwick yesterday morning, and condemned on the ground that they are pictures of a prize fight. The fans are losing an opportunity to see something distinctly worth while, for the fl'lms are possibly the best that have ever been taken of a boxing match. NEW YORK WANT3 20.ROUND BOUTS Albany, N.Y., Feb. attempt ill be made in the present session of tin legislature to amend the Frawley boxing law, so us to permit the hold- ing of 20-round decision bouts in this state, according to. Assemblyman Sic- Elroy, vflio said lie intends to intro- duce a bill to that effect tomorrow. The present law penults ID-round no-decision bouts. The no-decisioh fea- ture was included in the belief thut It would discourage betting. Nelson sat in death chair at Sing Sing. If the blamed thing had gonv oil Bat would have staggered around a few jjiiniiLus ami yelled wasn't knocked out. I could have kept on lighting." Alas, poor IMng, we knew him well, a fellow of infinite, chest. He was a good fellow, even if he couldn't play is to. sign. H. A. STANDING Games Goals W. L. A. 7 -I 55 17 5 G7 47 S 39 67 Majestic Theatre Next Monday and Tuesday February 15th 16th 'THE MASTER KEY" AT STARLAND The seventh episode of "The Master. !teyr" -which is being shown today at :he Starland, continue Lo hold the in-! terest of the public to a marked de- gree. Indeed, it is not saying too j much when it is asserted that it isj vithout a doubt the most fascinating1 serial ever tinned. Ac the end of the isth episode, it will be remembered hat Dore had just rescued Ruth from; he hands of emissaries, After tne rescue Dore takes Ruth back the hotel, and after dressing in ton-owed clolhes, Ruth Joins Dore nd they go off on a shopping expedi- lou. Ruth still suffers from the ef- ects of the rough treatment accorded, o they decide lo take in one of the ight-see'aig Irips Much beautiful cenery ia shown in this instalment, he Cliff House, Japanese tea-rooms nd a distant view of the Panama ex- osition grounds and buildings being hown. ARE YOU A MASON I EMPRESS i HOME OF GOOD MUSIC TO-NIGHT FEATUKKfS" "The Lynbrooke Tragedy" IN TWO REELS FEATURING THE KALEM FAVORITE, PRETTY VIVACIOUS ALICE JOYCE AND AN''ALL STAR CAST "Lord Cecil Intervenes" THE FIRST OF THE "BELOVED ADVENTURE" STORIES. FEA- TURING MR. V. V. JOHNSTON, KING OF THE LUBIN STARS. Also A Luck, and Slippery Slim's Dilewma: Two Rattling Good Comedies, and The Hearat-Sclig War Weekly. Sorting Mondav for One Week Only: The Treat of the Mr. R. W. Scott in Ballads of the will JSING" "Sweet the home folk's favorite song, sung only as Mr. Scott can sing it. DOUGH AND DYNAMITE" AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT sure cure for the blues will be een at the Orpbeum touighti when UNDER AUSPICES OF DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE THE PEOPLE'S PLAV HOUSE GET THE OBPHEUM HABIT ORPHEUM Extra Siicciiil Friday and Saturday! Dough and Dynamite CHARLES CHAPLIN WILL APPEAR IN THE FUNNIEST COMEDY EVER PRODUCED. 2000 Feet oi Solid Laughter Positively, from Start to Fiiiish PRODUCED BY THE KEYSTONE FUN FACTORY Slmw in Town FIVE REELS OF PICTURES AND Vaudeville AT THE SMALLEST ADMISSION P3ICE IN EXISTENCE Matinees lOc Evenings 15c PATRIOTIC SONGS BETWEEN ACTS Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c SEATS NOW ON SALE AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. 'WO FEATURES AT THE EMPRESS" TODAY For tonight and tomorrow the Em- press is offering Its patrons a pro- RUSSIAN PLAYS AT THE i MAJESTIC TODAY TOMORROW The Russian Ulfranian Players will make their initial appearance in Lelh- hridge at the Majestic Theatre tonight, mid wiri present what, will constitute j the most unusual attraction ever seen in this city. Their company of. 22 I players will offer a number oi classic Russian drnmas. played in native lang- f uage iind cosiumes. An opportunity inch as this -is seldom presented to theatregoers, and to thost curious to gain an inner view and a more inti- mate idea oC the workings ol' tfae na- tive Russian theatre a visit to the Ma- jestic during the stay of this company 'will be decidedly worth while. Seats are now Belling for both tonight and tomorrow night, and the performances wiri start promptly at 8.30. harles Chaplin, the funniest mail in'gramme of exceptional strength, cm- Ictures, will be shown In 2000 feet of bracing as it does two features: the arce.cnmpdy "nnngh.and Dynamite." j first a two-reel Kalem feature entitled "ie fr. Chapiln has heen seen in many. "Tho Lynbrcok presenting wmcii-nii unny rolea, but as a waiter and bak-'the Empress favors pretty Alice %1BJTD nn T r he reaches the zenitii of his career Joyce: This Is, without doubt, the nd is one long scream from start to; most wonderful story evnr produced. :nish. What Iwvpens In therestaur- dealing with life as we find it in our nt and "later in the bakesliop can only e surmised. The Keystone Film Co. modern times, to wit. love, hate, re- ward and revenge. Tne first of "The re releasing this feature comedy, ex-j Beloved Adventure" stories will bo j luaivc of Ihe regular programme, tnld on these two days; this is the nd tbis is admittedly posiUvcjy UlB est comedy they have yet produced, 'he obliged to start at 7 p.m. B it is rp'wds. impossible to handle the big much liall, and than ivf would miss him star. tiuotty Johnson, the newsboy tenor, ho in the shcrt time he has been eve, has taken Leihbridye audiences by storm, will be heard in his favor- ite rag-time songs today and Saturday. Shaylor Turner, il'.e pianist McCullough IJros, Irish character dan- cell, Shorty Campbell, the expert trick roper cow-puncher, all change acts, together with five reels of Mutual Film Co.'s exclusive re- leases. These completb a program that cannot fail lo satisfy (he most 'jaded ihentre-Eopr. bin masterpiece, as far a? nro concerned, and picture In a most vivid manner the adventures of'Lord Cecil. Cecil is a staid English nobleman who is forced into many unpleasant situa- tions and like mosl of his race always thinks before lie and if you fol- low this serinl closely you will find (liat the old adage "Second thought is always'best" is true. Two rip-roaring comedies wll lalao be shown. Slippers- Slim will play a'return engagement for. these two dates.- and he sure gels in an awful The Herast-Selig War News will complete the picture part, of the pro- gramme. The Empress concert or- chestra IB atlll dispensing the best music in the west. ARE 'YOU A MASON." AT MAJESTIC MONDAY TUESDAY There is already a; large advance sale for both performances of "Are be present- the- Majestic Theatre on .Monday and Tuesday next, and it is advisable that intending pa- trons make early reservfttlon ot desir- ed seats. The play will be handsomely staged, the moBt minute .details are re- ng carelu'i attention. No effort to make "Are You a CARNIVAL TONIGHT Citizen's Band In Attendance AUDITORIUM KEVK THE LADIES OF ST. CYP- RIAN'S CHURCH WILL SERVE REFRESHMENTS TONIGHT j both an artistic and financial success. p.ud with the beinu donated to tiuci: a worthy cause, it is doubly deserving of the heartiest pos- sible support. All Ihe members of the company, and the ladles of tlie Daugh- ters of the Empire have been 'working on the production for some time past, and It Is certain that their efforts will not have been in vain. Seats for either performance may now be reaerred at the Hedley Drug Co. Don't Mits Seeing The Volcanic Eruption In "THE WRATH OF THE STARLAND MONDAY WHITE SLAVE CHARGE AGAINST BELLEVUE MAN Maclecd, Alta., Feb. first case under (he White Slavery Act was heard in Macleod yesterday, when a" resident of Bellevue was given a pre- liminary hearing on a charge of at-, tempting to procure a young girl under the age of IS years for pro5lItuiJoD.; The case WHS heard behind closed doors, ajut itccused 'was committed to. the Supreme Court for Irlal. being al- lowed hail in J10.000. A complete denial of the charge is ONLY ONE "Bromo that to laxative Rromo Cum a CoM in One Day; Gifin 2 ;