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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEDRUARY 13, 1915 THE LETrrnnroGE DAILY HERALD PARE THREE GIRLS EASY Hockey Team From Medicine Hat Defeated by Score of 6 to 0 in Match at People's Rink Last Night-Many People Out to Contest-Good Exhibition Flags arc Ilying half mast in Mcdi- cine I-IaL today There is r.u joy in Iho ambitious city, the ladies' hockry TliBic was one feature of the in which l-iic, visitors hail il on locals. That uax in the mmtcr Hie Hiil girls uiii- lean, of that place, rated Lo some aLlire. niinkins in the realm of Iwtey, had i'onnerl in bluomors, while anil Kiceu t-hoir fair reputation killed here lust, will) cups 1o mutch., Uth- jiiRhl and UIUK the RUS city is thrown bridge played in skirts RFCJ- ajjto ii state sack clolli and ashes. swcalL-is and needless to say, the Tl.c Lclhbridec ladies' hockey team I .more Hie pi ilftiiiol tailed the Rivls from the The score was fi to ti. People's rink was crowded l-o Uavtuin, Cuba, Jack tho world'B chumplon hun-vy- weight pugilist, 1ms not oil here, there IB u portjluleni. rumor I that lie Is lo he talton Into custody as noon as he lauds, and plaet'd ;it UK- din- jiOHiil ol" tlit! United St silos sovcrn- mcfit. who la nUcutvllng to reach Juiirez, .Mexico, from South Am- orluu, Tor bis scheduled title untile with JUSK Willanl, if) a fugitive from justice 1'or an alleged violation ol Hin Maim Act. neciiiiso of MU! rrieiuKy rdlalioiiii ox- iaiiiiB ijKiweeii these t'wo countries, il. is believed that lliere will IK; no dispo- sition of Llii! Cuban yoveniiiieul Lo pre- runt IJjy o.Ylntdiliun cf the pugilist. role of coacli to hia team during Hit WOLGAST AND DELMONT MATCHED Three Boxes Cured His Rheumatism. 11 cost Mr. Moore's father just to ta cured of chronic Klitumutism from which lie hnd suffered for ycura. Just three Ijoics of 1'IlvIiS at GOc a box. completely cnrcil him anil tcMlny he hay not a sign of Rheumatism. KIDNEYS Newbury. Out. April HQtli. "Myhlherhailuen troubled with In-nilocluniiuul telling waa finally ntKifcrtl by a fiirml m try Bin 1'ilN. lie purchancd a. box ami after Inliihjf tlicm fo' :i week, found tlui they e him relirf. man in [jooil lir.-ilrli io aiicnil to In'. J.IV work. For lim chanre all fc AJ.J-X. Every box of Oin 1'ills is sold willi our positive of satisfac- tion or money buck. Pilli lll-nl Yt_. x, U f..r "tjlNO" I'ilk I'ano, Tex.. Feh. anil (kind Delnioiil, lightweights, today signed art- v icles for a 20-ruund bout in the v Juarez iircna March 5, the night, before the .Johnson-Wit- lard hcuvyivcifjiit cbziinpioiishiv v bout. and Ihr teams lined up six to a side. FOL fiitecQ minutes a "ip and tuck rencounter was ivitnesBt-d. After thai I.Ktrhbridge commenced Lo gel- tlie edgu on their opponentR Uiu 20-min- utR of the game Jliss Nimmons hrouglit the puclc up fuoni centre ice lo the mouth of the goal, where a scrimmage took place, which ended W Hie rubber disc finding its way home.] JSinc minutes later Miss Joan Slew-' nrl took a Pass shot the puck into thc net again foi' it Mas clean as a whis- tle. They were playing five a side at team and a number: of their friends were cnterlaincd by thc LcthbridfiC girls at St. AugusLin's hall until train time. THIS LcthbridRe C-pal Miss Jones Miss Irwin Point Sang Miss Robertson Cover I'oiiit Miss Xiinmons Ccn It e Miss J. Stewart Left Wing Miss IS. Stewart. 3Iiss Gordon (o Tainpico, JACK IN ROLE OF LAWYER Barbadocs, U. I., fob. 11. Jack Johnson, Hie pugilist, accom- panied by his wife and Frank ney, an Australian boxing .partner, sailed yesterday on the four-masted schooner Henry Kragcr lor Cienlnc- gos, Cuba, where he will connect with special boat which ivill t-ake him Miss Full Miss McGil Riglit Miss Henderson Miss Moor SLIM ATTENDANCE AT THE CARNIVAL ihe time, through a niiKhup which orerlook a Jiieiuber of t-lie icam- Time was railed ad the UiiU hcor and the score stood 2 to 0. Second halt opened up with a charge on the Medicine Hat goal. The visitors fought luck gamely and well they were unable to cope with (he weight and skill pitted against them. lUiss Stewart scored in live minutes from Uie start of this The carnival at the Auditorium lasl half; Miss Nimmons did likewise night was something akin to I hi iliree minutes later and Miss Stew-, Kaiser's attempt on :irt repeated a moment after Mission attempt. But that was noL tin Nimmons, and in the same apace of [fault of the management nor I hi lime Miss Henderson slipped in lie (promoters. The crowd was .simply no concluding tally. K-here, Though some of the attend Medicine Hat girls with a grim de-lants wore cc-stumed in Hie height o Icrmioation faced the onslaught of style, it was impossible to find 1he Lethbridgeit'Cs with skill and ei-jbcst dressed gentleman, and the pri fcctiveneas ftom then to the finish, i for that particular individual, and the locals scored no more. The "Indian" sweater, was withheld, invaders from time io lime toot The otter prizes, which were spurt up the ice and tested the skill furnished by D. "E. MacBuua'rii, were m Miss Jones, the local goal (guard. ----J ian, who was "there" with the when called upon. Miss Irwin in this opposite goal, had her skill tested more frequently and many daring at- tacks were frustrated by the uanner in which she- the fort. awarded aa follows Best gentleman's comic costume hockep stick and puck, A. G. Spence Boat dressed lady, centre-piece, Mrs Glen denning. Best lady comic costume, steel an- kls supports, Miss Frauces Penn. who ex- periments comes back to Firestones. The man of experience sticks to Firestones. Graduate now into the experienced class who enjoy MOST MILES PER DOLLAR. mt a eatV and find omt why tat cat fin (Ms txln imici ml coil. Automobile and Motorcycle Tires, Tubes and Accessories I The H. T. Henderson Garage Tlrei and Mgtor Accessories; Expert Repairing. CORNER 6TH AVE. AND 6TH ST. S., LETHBR1DGE, Black White Scotch grand spirit D. O. ROBLIN MINT TOUOHTO or; IMS way to1 -McC'arly is the champion Juarez for his bout with Jess Will- 0[ the checker tournament just con- ard.on March Ii. dudcd at thc V.M.C.A. Mr. S. While here'Johnson was made de- McRao was just otit; point behind the fondant in a suit for damages brought Here is the standing oi the by the owners of the schooner Lil- players, including thc first seven i lian Blauvclt, who contended he had "Matches violated a contract to charter the! Hayed Pts vessel. Thc pugilist acted ..s his H. McCaity 7 37 lawyer and won the case, although y. McRae pitted against tlie chief government nrandoiv counsel. J B. On (he voyage north from Monte-ij, s. Wright Johnson acted as ship's ccok....... auii prepared the food for the entire VANCOUVER TEAM STILL IN LEAD AT THE COAST Nicholson 7 James Forrest Fifteen players took part. The tournameiu for the Cup v.lU be commetifcd next Victoria, Feb. in vast- ly improved form the Vancouver team j' maintained their lead in the league Poaties STANDING OF CARPETBALL A.O.F.............. ;i SO.E....... '2 LEAGUE L. race tonight by defeating the Victoria champions. The score ivas 6 to 1. The teams weie tied the first two per- iods, but in the final session Mackay put in two goals for the leapue Jead- ers, while Victoria was blanked. It was fast and throughout'. spectacular hoclcey C.O.F.............. l ROSSLAND BEATS NELSON, 7-1 Old Rivals Poorly Matched in First Round at Carnival MELVILLE CLINGS TO TECHNICALITY Executive Uphold Referee, But ciare Coal Was Not Scared Saskatoon, Safik., Feb. the Regina-Mooae JBJW and the Regina- Mclville games must stand as played, according to the decision, of the Asso- ciation executive tills afternoon. The delegates from the six teams voted un- animously to support President Hay- don In hie interpretation bylaw 16, which was to the effect that the re- 'eree's decision is final and may not be protested. They then proceeded to two motions declaring that the official's decision In each protested [ame must stand and the protests be not allowed. 'Mr. Hoydon cast the de- ciding vote.' ROBIDEAU AND CALLAHAN DRAW St. Louis, Ufa., Feb. Robi- deau of Philadelphia and Frank Calla- lan of 9t. Louis fought eight rounds o a draw here tonight. They are light- weights. The fight -ivas marred by much holding. Rossland. B.C., Feb. 12. Kaslo and Greenwood had a hard Intermediate hockey struggle this afternoon, Kab'io winning In oveniiue, 9 goals to 6. The winner will play Rossland for the sil- ver Rossland and Nelson seniors met ir the first round of the British Coiumbhi championship, Rossland -wincing, 7 to 1. In the second round Trail beat Grand Porks, C Ic- 0- Five craclc ski racers have arrived for the Eki competitions. P. Nysetter of. Phoenix won the ski race, with E. Engeii of Phoenix second. Edward Freeman the boys' ski jump with a jump of 2G feet; Victor Quarto sec- ond, and 'Edward Robinson third. R. Grlgor's Rosaland rink won the Mines curling competition final from J. Buchanan, Trail. CHICAGO FEDERALS CUT LOOSE Chicago. Ill-, Feb. ball players were cut from the payroll of the Chicago Federal league club to- day, according to Charles Weeghman, president of the They are Pitchers Fisk, Black, and Prendergast, Catcher Block, Infielder Stanley, and Outfielders Walsh aod Jackson. The seven will be placed on minor clubs, Weeghman said. Macleod Horseman Possesses Stallion of Excellent Lineage Macleod, Feb. greai Am- gin. Maxim u-as by Musket, the sire uican stallion "Down Patrick" is of Carbine, the best horse Australia now in Macleod, having been ever produced, and purchased by the hased by J. Frantlin, the well known Dutc ot Portland anil brought to lorse breeder ol this district.' l England, where he sired Spearmint, a This horse was one ol the tore-1 winner of the English Derby. An- nost stallions in tlic United States other liorso connected with Down anil was known to all racing men .Patrick's" pedigree is Hint' great ani- hrougbont Uncle Sam's domain. He mal Gladiator, who was the first s a bav upwards oi 10 hands high, the Triple Crown, the veighs 1250 pounds and stands over Derby, two thousand guineas and St. A lot oi ground. He possesses a rave Legcr. ombinatlon oi substance and qual-' This will show hat Mr. Franklin ty and great hone, measuring better IMS secured one of the best bred hors- haii Bi Inches below the kucc. that had ever entered thc Domm- On the turf "Down Patrick" has 'on or Canada. omc ercat performances to liis ere- Mr- Franklin is widely known it amcnc them ncing the mile and among thc horsemen m Western Can- HXtcenth'Tu 1.41 and Ihrco separate and many parts of the mile races in period nt four days and J.s the greatest believer ID .ae in 1.40, I.'IOA and '1.42. Several of his frmls have also great- ly distinguished thaniselves, among them ueing "Agnes CI" who covered a mile in l.JO and the three-year-old marc "Trick Wings" who went the mile in Mexico in seconds. The i pedigree of this linrse comprises the stoutest running blood in England, Australia, New Zealand ami the Un- ited States. Among' the noted horses connected Stupendous Magnificent Inspiring "THE WRATH OF THE GODS" Oli, THE DESTRUCTION OF SAKUUA-JI3IA SIX PARTS PRODUCED BY THO-S. IT. INCK A Sdijtciiddiis iiiul Tlic Volcano of Tiniii in Action Lava Flowing Ashes Falling- Houses Crumbling Villages JJnrniiig Thousands Fleeing for Their Lives. The Typhoon of (lie Sea Sliijts Destroyed by Fire and Water. Dazzling in its Magnificence MONDAY AND TUESDAY YOUR SEATS NOW MAJESTIC THEATRE ALL LOCAL TALENT NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15th AND Ifitli. "Are You A Undei1 Auspices ot Daughters of The Empire TWO HOURS OF SOLID' LAUGHTER LATEST PATRIOTIC SONGS SUNG BETWEEN ACTS 7-5c SEATS NOW SELLING AT THE HEDLEY DRUG CO. I breeding of pedigree animals. Only the finest hill-grown teas are used in thc blendinjr of Salada tea. Lofl-'grown tens would 'ba Tar cheaper lo use. but then you would not get the distinctive Salada flavor. his pciligrcc on his sire's side arc Maxim, imported from fteu' tfsalalid to California hj- J. U..llag- 1 Don't Miit Seeing The Volcanic Eruption in "THE WRATH OF i (THE GODS" STARLAND MONDAY Majestic Tonight AT 8.30 THE RUSSIAN UKRANIAN PLAYERS (n Classic Russian Dramas Played in Native Dialect. 50c, 25c (All Reserved) ACRED CONCERT SUNDAY NIGHT STARTING AT 9.00 I EMPRESS i THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC TONIGHT ALICE JOYCE IN "THE LYNBROOK TRAGEDY" IN TWO PARTS V. V. RICHARDSON IN THE FIRST OF THE BELOVED ADVENTURES TWO COMEDIES THAT ARE DELIGHTFULLY REFRESHING HEARST-SELIG WAR NEWS AND DAY LATEST TOPICS OF THE REDUCED PRICES OJV SKATING FOR BALANCE OF SEASON AUDITORIUM RINK ADMISSION: Adults 15 Cents Children 10 Cents Afternoon and Evening (Excepting Band Nights) CITIZEN'S BAND TUESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS NEXT WEEK ___________________ JJ COMING MONDAY AND FIFTH EPISODE OF ZUDORA "The Case of the Perpetual Glare" MR. U. W. SCOTT WILL SING "SWEET GENEVIEVE" Wednesday and Thursday, The Famous Players Paramount Play, PreHnting Charming "Mary PIckford" in "SUCH A LITTLE Five Parts. On February 22nd, Return Engagement of Dainty Miss Luella Simons in Popular Songs and Dances. NORMAN" Tho NEWEST GRAHAME-WHITE FELL IN AEROPLANE RAID London, Feb. official in- 'ormation bureau todav issued the fol- "Thirty-four navu] aerop'JaJiee raid- ed Bruges, Zeebrugge, Oslend antl tllnnkenbergho (all In "Claude Clrahnme-Whlte fell. He was rescued." THE PEOPLE'S PLAY HOUSE GET THE ORPHEUM HABIT ORPHEUM Last Time Tonight SHAYLOB TURNER The Whirlwind Pianltt McCUULOUGH Brot., Novelty Dance and Sketch Act SHORTY CAMP- BELL, Trick Roper and Cow Puncher Dough and Dynamite CHARLES CHAPLIN WILL APPEAR IN THE FUNNIEST COMEDY EVER PRODUCED. The Final Impulse, thc latt and only good act in a man's lire. Shep'i Race With Death; a fine child picture that cannot fail to please. THE MINER'S PERIL, a new and thrilling way of lik- ing vengeance SCOTTY JOHNSON The Newsboy Tenor in the latest song hits. ADULTS 15 CENTS. CHILDREN 10 CENTS. Door, terearnlngly fun Bar ..Room ONLY ONE "Brema III Cur.. CoW in One D.y. Crip ;