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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1915 TII LETHHRIDGE DAILY PACK THREE Championship Decision Pro' longed-Lcague Leader Outclassed Otlaivii, Ont., Fell. Wander ers sprang one ol1 tlie greatest sur prises of the sea con In Lhc National Hockey, association at the arena.liere Inst night, 'when they defeated the CH tawub by 6 goalu to 1. With Ihe Stan- ley Cup and the NJ-J.A. cliiimpJontjlilj) within their reach the Ottawas gave a ragged Ufa play. Wanderers toyed with them after the first period and ivere never lu danger. They scored Lwo on Benedict Jvom near ceutre In the first session, and led at the Interval by 2 to H. In tlio second they added two more, Hyland tallying on a pass, from Odie Oleghornr aud Sprague- Clegliorn put- ling one past Benedict from fifty feet out. Wanderers held IL four to' one U'lien tlio second session ended. The only jjou'i of tho third fell Roberts on a, pass from Sjiraguo Clegliorn. Af- that the Wanderers played such a strong game that all the Ot- la'wa attacks were futile. They some- times held five men on their own side of centre. McCarthy had little or nothing to the nets. Shamrocks 10, Quegec 6 Toronto. Ont-, Fau. goaJ tending by Leseuer and fast work by Shamrocks' forward line resulted in the defeat of Ibe Quebec team at the arena en Saturday night. The final to to G.' None of the rough play which marred some of the prev- ious professional 'games was notlce- ab'ie. The players apparently paid at- tention to the warnings given them by the police. Canadians 2 Montreal, Que.r Feb. their opponents to a -standstill in the first two periods, and for tho better part of the third, Canadiene scored a comparatively easy victory over the Torontos by 7 guaU to 2, A mere hand fu! of spectators turned out 10 'witness Saturday's 'fixture. BAKER GOES TO ST. LOUIS St. 'LoulB, Mo., Feb. Bakec, third bnHemau for the Phlladel phla Americans, who, a few Cents Children 15 Cents (Season Tickets NOT accepted as Admission.) If Solution Isn't Found Will Notify Teachers Schools Close Mar.31 CONTINUED FHOM FIIO.N'T PAGE. legally be done. If for llie pay- ment, of some form of capital expen- diture arc used security [or trea- sury notes, Uic proceeds of whose ably finish up the ftigmicllo aml Sum-1 ?ale ar'- tlcvoted Ui school expense, it mil compeltlens. J, K. B. Jolinson in tlic Summit, and Jack Wales and -loll rnect in the 1'agniitllo. h is purely and simply a misuppropriu- BIG TIME BILLED FOR AUDITORIUM TONIGHT AH the skating stunts on the calen- der will be staged at the Auditorium Uruguay, lo Uarbadoea, rink tonight. The programme made vhcre he left the vessel on February out by Manager is a novel Village of STIRLING PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given (hat the following Bylaw has been introduced in Uio Council of Ihe Village of Stir- ing and that unless within -welily cl.iys after (be hvA inscr- ion of this notice at least ten Ccsident Electors of the Village petition the Council to submit such Byliiw to the vole of the Resident Electors of the Village he Council will proceed to pass he same. Whereas it is expedient that the illage of Stirling should enact a By- Law restraining the running at large of animals within the Village; It is Hereby enacted as follows: .1. This Bylaw shall be knowu as "The Pound Bylaw." tion oE funds. II they are doing this Bruce will in Calgary, said the mayor, every is liable to be unseated if any citizen cares to protest. H was then that the financial position off Letlibridgc vas compaccd tu that ofi the other cities in the province, and it was demonstrated that although j the school board is face up against Hie proposition of closing its schools, and chartered a 300-ton schooner o lake his uarty to Mexico. The lighland Harris reached her dock here no real training while .Johnson did other cities arc keeping them open by illegal methods. Medicine Hal, for in- stance, is -using money From the sale oi debentures, which lo have gone and should prove the most at-f toward the erection of school build-j tractive oE anything yet seen on local ice. Here is the line-up: Shinny game, -without skates; _bi- footrace, ten laps; in ship board, h.ufc was careful oi his' race for gentlemen; five-lap mixed diet He expected to begin real race; gentleman's backward or the fight as soon as he landed in. Trace; 'boys' race, and fancy skating. .Johnson "explained ttiat he; That's the and as the iarl injured liis arm boxing on oard while en route from ship j promoters gay a barrel oC fun will be FOOTBALL ENGLISH GUP MATCHES are the results of today's games in the English Footba'il Association Oup gamea, third round, played on the grounds of tlio firfit-meationed club: City 0, Chelsea 1. Bradford Norwich City 1. Southampton 2, Hull1 City 2. Sheffield Wednesday 1, Newcastle X-nited 2. Birniingliam 2, QldUam ALHietic 3. Sbftffleld United.1, Bradford.0. Bqltqn. Wanderers 2, Burnley I. Park Rangers. 1, Everlori 2. LEAGUE MATCHES Scheduled gimmes played to- day resulted as Follows: Tottenham Hptspur VNotis'Couu- Snnderland 6y Blackburn Rovers 1. West Broiuwich Albion 0, Manches- ter United 0. Second Blackupol p Arsenal 2 Bristol City 0, Wblverhampton W. 1. Glossop 0. Derby County 0, Clautpn Orient 0. Grime byTown G, Sto'ckport County 1 'Hudderfffield Town 2, Fulham 2. Lincoln City 0, Lieede City 1- Notta Forest 1, Leicester Fosse 3. Preston North KjQd .5, .Barualey Southern, League GillingUani 1, Scuthund United 0. Brighton -arid Hove Albion 1, Swin don Town 3- Cardiff City 3, .Portsmouth. 2. Exeter Cily 1, Luton Tcwn flam United 1, Mill wall Atlr Plymouth Argyle 3, Bria'tbl Rovers 0. on to Buenos Aires aiid did not wish take another risk. EYPF-CTED IM CHICAGO Chicago, Feb. was rumored the federal building today that Jack Johnson, world's champion pu- Silist, undei sentence for violating the act, might appear here in a lew days. District Attorney Cline bad. PREPARE FOR RACING SEASON IN NEW YORK lor Jn other words, current ex pen-; ditures were bcins; met out of capital1 account. "There is going to be an awiul day of reckoning with these other cities some said tha mayor. Messrs. Stafford ani MacLJeth, rep- resenting the sinking fund commit! New York, Feb. Racing New York tracks will .begin on Sat- May 22. .While this date is j held out FIG hope of any proposals br- iiiR considered by th2m, although they that Uiey ivcrc open to re- ceive them., It is 'understood that tlic hoard is wort ing on p new tack, and may have something to oRcr in the way of a solution within a few I. days. If this. Jast move does not ma- nl terialiiic, q rfisblut-ion that tliR 'teach- i 1C r'7n n0t'CS March lirsl, will be drawn up aml; mor. "I would not be the sciiools will- close on the day i Match. committal iu his comment on the ru-, tentative, it was made practically i certain by the stewards of the Jockey: iurpriscd ft .John-' Club yesterday, when they limited the son should step into -my office any racing meeting in the spring at the' said Mis federal Maryland tracks to Thursday, May who immediately declined to say I' 19. This will permit the whether he'had been "notified that; horses'from'toe south to New York; Johnson would return to Chicago. for an opening three days later. With! Two indictments' under the Mann the saasou on May 38 it will give the! miners' contention -It was agreed act_ are. pending against Johnson in local four more days of'the ihat while the convention held to In tlio Bylaw, unless Ihe con- text otherwise requires: (a) Th.e term "Departmeni" shall mean the Department of Municipal Affairs of the Province of Alberta; (b) The lerni "Found Keeper" means [he person for time being in -.Lulliorized charge of the Village Pound the Village; (c) The term "Proprietor or Resi- dent" means nny ownpf or occupant in possession of any land or prem- ises within the Village under any tenure whatsoever or any agent o manager or servant or other author ized person acting for or in behalf of any such occupant or person; (d) The Lei in "Animal" mean: any horse, jack, mule, cattle, oC the bovine specie, goat or swine of anv sex or (e) The term "Owner" mean's any person owning any animal or any manager or agent ol any such, own- er: (f) The term" "Him at Large" or "Running at Large" means without under the immediate contro! of. the owner either by being secure- ly tethered or iu direct and constant charge of p. herder or by being con fined within any ibuilding, fence oi private enclosure. 3. No animal shall bo permitted to :n at large wiifim tlie Village limits and any such animal that may Miners Gut Fight Fund 'ouuil so miming at larye may be im- pounded. 4. It shall be Ihe duty of the Con. stable aud Village Council and laivfut for any person being trespassed on lo drive or cause to :be driven to the Village pound and Uiere to' be: deliv- ered to the Village Pound Keeper any animal running at large on any street, "lane, square or other puMic lo the conviction in the sport tlian last year, when Helmont tlij' principles ol co-operation tho pics- within the Village. Bella Scriber case, in which Jie tor- Itfr opwed on May 26. I cat tIniB was inopportune for embark-1 Person claiming any dam- feited his 'bond by Roing to Europe. JACK SULLIVAN LOSES TO THE DUBLIN GIANT Jim Coffey Sopped Veteran in Sixth beat Cllne New York, N.Y...Feb. Cof- fey, the Dublin giant, stopped Jack (Twin) Sullivan of'.Boston in the. sixth round of n ten-round bout here last night. Coffey weighed 202 pounds, 20 lounds more thar, Sullivan. A'right to the jaw caused Sullivan to take the count ot live in the sixth, round, and Coffey refused to hit when he ekw that Sullivan was unable to defend -him- stf Benny Leonard and Patsy -Cllne, both New fought ten fast rounds, Leonard taking the hours In eight of them. Bach map weighed 188 pounds. RULE AGAINST EMERY BALL Federal Monult Won't Permit Pitcher to Soil Ball Chicago, Til., Feb. Action to'pre- vent the use of the ''emery ball1' In the Federal league will be taken at the meeting of the league in Buflalo on February 26, according lo President Gllmcre. who returned -lo Chicago to: day. The "emery go-called re- sults from robbing the' surface of- tre ball with a hit of emery puper. The re- trajectory is said to. be" baf- on the scheme. While- the New York racine dates I jn, were only touched on in a general' District officers fwerc requested to way the dates for .the Maryland) gather data for forming ,a gencial-sick tracks were The Bmvie track antj accjdeilt will open in the south, April 1, and will continue to April days THE EIMER CASE of racing, [colliding two Thc QJf Herman Elmer, cx-sec- I ha Havre dc Grace track will tallow! retary Qi the Michel local, who is at on April 15 and will continue to present incarcerated in-tha detention camp, Vernon, B.VC., was taten April days of racin with two Saturdays. Pimljco ,wi wJJid up the season Maryiand with a i from May 1 to days; (he lays, t-imlico ,wiUj The convention adopted a sLronsly! son in the State protest affainst tte action of) a mosting extending tllE military .authorities, statins that! of racing, with three baturdays eluded. _ In7, Elmer were purely and j anti-war rematts in accordance with i the principles trades unionism inj ROLLER APPLIES TOE HOLD Gets Out of Bad Predicament by Ui of Gotch'i Favorite fling CrdydoiiXToinmoD 0: Northampton 2, Reading 1. Scottish'Ltague Hearts 3, Hangers 4. Celtic 1 Dumbarton 0. Partjck 2, Falkirtt'd. Hamilton 4, Third iLanark 2. AH-drlnoninoB 5, Clyde 1. Dundee 2, St. Mirrtu 1. Queen's Park 0, Motborwelr 3. Aberdeen 0, Hibernian rp.: RaiCh Hovers 1; iiforton 1. Northern Union Bradford? Batley tiilliBX 28, Dewsbiiry 2. Keighley 0, Kingston Rovers Leeds B, Hiid'denfleld 5. Rochdale 6, Runcorn 3, LeJgb 10., Salford 3. iWakeffHd TrfnitV 29, flfaluloy 0. Warring ton WJgan 20, Oldntm-16. St. Helena 10, S win ton 0- VANCOUVER OUTCLASSED VICTORIA TEAM Increase Lead in Qoast Hockey Lea- 10 to 3 Vancouver, ing: Uioir all stages.of the game, the increaBe.d their lead In tire Pacific. Coast hockey lea- gue :tace" last night by downing the Victoria, team by a. score" of 10 goals to 3. Victoria broke into the scoring ID the first period, Kerr'a :iuckyj ehot beating Lehman. The second period opened with Victoria leading, but'Van- couver came oaclc" and: scored five iu a.row. Ellens burg, Wasli., Feb. spectacular wrestling .match' here las ulfflit, -Dr. B. -P. Roller of Seattle wa over Nick Daviecpurt oE El ens burg m a finish match. Davis court was formerly a. Spokane Ath .tic dub amateur. Daviscourt secur cd the first fall in 27 minutes, being the aggressor all the way. After '32 minutes of terrtflc wltl Roller on the defensive, Davlacour was caught with the Gotch toe hold and was thrown. He was severely in Jured, and was unable to finish. Roller said after the match that hi could never have thrown his oppp nent'without the use of this hold and until it was applied -Roller ,not: once had Daviscourt in danger, while he hlmielf was -continually on the de- fensive, Saturday night..Roller loflt-B handicap to the same man, bring him self thrown Instead of.pinning Davis- court twice in an hoar. RECORDS SCATTERED Minneapolis, Minn., Fob, For the. second time, during the. Interna- tional Bowling tourna- ment here,'w five-man T.B.'A. re- cord was" established- last.-niglit when the Doris team of St. Paul, with a to- :al of .3104 'pQlnts went into first place n this .event The .previous high marki 61 2981 was made by the Pe- DRAW AT MONTH E A L. Montreal, Quo., Keb. Harry Condon of New York, and Steve Ket- chell of Chicago, feitherwrtgbts, fought, to s. draw In lO-vound bout at the Canadian Athletic club here, onight. Condon, -by brilljant iufltht- ag, .otliet tdnntift iad ind a ;AJripr- ty held the opinion (hit Condon hud a shade the'WtarjiX bout: KILLED AT lABCBALL GAME St: Louis, Mo., tint atHl baseball ncoldent of the jear here occurred todoy Hirry .tiow, ,17 'ears old, struck in thetslds liy B bafl and died mlniilte later; orias of. Peoria, last, Saturday.., IN ATHLETICS' CAMP 33 PLAYERS Feb., Thirty-three players' will .be "taken to for BpriliK training by the delphta AmeHcah' league baseball club. Twenty of iheao are regulars.; iCHEGiiERS for''giiiits Wright cup cliec-kcr -tnuiiiamont will pla) lollnvi: Wright TB. Carr, vHambly vs. Hraii- dow, Young, vs." TS. Mocrc, Forrest vs. jMcHae vs.- Whoatcrolt; I'ennijgtc.T vs. Full-! Buchai vs. Stewart. general, and not jit any way pro- GeEihftn.' Tlie protest went on to say that the method of laying informa- tion against Elmer was sinister aml despicable, and that his daily actions were peaccahlc and Cop- ies; of the pro test, were ordered to fcc sent to Premier McBride and to the Dominion authorities, with 0 view to 'obtaining his TAKES. H fflP Havana, Cuba, Feb. SIcVey of New York was awarded the decision over "Battling" Jim-, Johnson of Gsl- veston, Texas, at tlie end of their 20- round fight hero last night. The men are.negro heavyweights. FOR THE CUP Moose. Jaw, SaSkl, Feb. [Irat game for the -provincial hockey chaqinlonBhjp and. custody of tbe Al an Cup, win be played at Prince jert on Tuesday night, when Melville meets the northernucity team: The return game will be played at Mel- ville on Friday night The referee and udge.of play wii'i be A..Service and R. Voucher of this, city. O.H.A. FfNAL .POSTPONED Toronto, Ont., Feb! was de- cided tonight that the final of the On_ ario Hockey aaaoclatlon.champlpnahfp between-St. Michael's and Victoria, chedilied for tomflrro'w nlg-Jit. bfe post- week, 'as .boUi'leams ave several players on the disebled ABEHDEENS LOST AGAIN .'Port- Arthur, Ont., Feb. "ort William hockey team Saturday iieht duplicated Arthur's -victory ver .the Aberdeens ot Ottawa, making iio acore 7 to 5... DILLON DEFEATS MANTEL New York, N.Y., Feb', on of Ihtiiapa'pqlla'' easily "Ynnk Mabtel 'pfPawiUcket, ID 'a en-round'bout night'.'' The out .wore: ight'.'' The Dillon, 173; Chtrley Wefjnert of New-York "out pltited Porky- Fi'ynri of Boston in n en-round "bout, Klyun weighed 191 %nd Weenett age for trespass by any animal im- pounded may at any- time .before the .animal is released, deliver to the (Potind Keeper a statement in. writing showing the amount of his demand. Upon the receipt of such state- ment the Pound Keeper shall apply to tlie Reeve, or to any one of the Councillors of the Villag-c or lo a Justice the Peace who is hereby authorized and 'required to forth-.. with summons three disinterested inhabitants of the Village, and such three appraisers, or any two them shall, within twenty-fou hours after notice as aforesaid, vie- the ground, on winch the-animal o animals were found doing the dam age, and appraise the damage com the. determination of a majority of the said appraisers shall, be .conclusive as to" "tin auiouut o( such damages, add the1 shall, within twenty-fpur hours aS ter having made "the view, give, writing- tho Pound Keeper statement of the 'amount of dam ages assessed by them, and 'said amount shall, amount to be collected. the owner or to >be retained from the sale .of the an imal .or animate as .damages by the Pound Keeper! .If any Pound.Keeper impounds or assists or incites or employs any person .to impound, any animal in the Village, unless such animal was an egtray, 'or ivas trespassing upon the Pound Keeper's own land, he shall in any 'civil liability which he inay incur .by''Reason thereof, be guilty of an offence and liable on mary conviction ro a penalty .not ex- one hundred dollars, (ib) Every; :Pound Keeper shall keep the pound to which he is ap- pointed clean and .in- good -repair and shall 'supply, the animals im- pounded therein with sufficient and whdtesome sustenance- and-.provide tor them such shelter- as is com- monly provided at the .time for an- imals of similar- class, in the vicinity, and the: Found Keeper eend such animals out of. his fit times -and. to flt.placei for grazing or. watering -and 'every Pound. Keeper 'shall vbe responsible to the owner of anyr Impounded an- imaJ-1 .for. all loss or damage- occa- sioned by negligence of himself or .his agent; nb.'caae shall an open wire corral be'rogard- ed as a. suitable: pound. 7. If tlie bf any impounded maUs known, to; the Pound Keeper tue owners of such fhe deliver at or mail -by registered post to the address of such owner a notice in the hereinafter, provided. IS owner is noV or person nb- after the posting or- delivery of such ho- tice apfears at.Vpbund and. release the the pav- taunt oi.-tlic lawful fees, inilefige, raws; and claim 'for dam' ?Beaf "the sliali cause EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA Tlic Fastest Oil- L'.'iirilcr .iu the world. ill1. .Dnvis will produiio one of those Mngiii- liccnt Oil at Every' Thosu I'ictim.'s (liven Away Free to Our I'alrons. A Maslci'iriece in Hix Piu-ls. Engagement The Girl in the RED DOMINO Who Is She? V will sing at tlie Evening Performaiices for Three Dnys.Only, commencing Today, Monday, February 22nd. Billy Taylor BLACK FACE Fanny Miller THE SOH< wo THE SONG BIRD Frank Miller THE TRAMP IMPERSONATOR Her Last Chance A KEYSTONE give fiwn.y-n Real Live Baby MATINEES Children 5c Adults ,10c EVENINGS Children 10c Adults 15c 1..RMPRES THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC TODAY NEWER BIGGER THINGS IN lop fn Episode No: G you wffl .find more Thrills than in, all previous chapters. See this spectacular Event. Plenty of Comedies; Two to be precise. One Reel American .Drama and a War Weekly. ADDED ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY Miss Luella Simons, the -Dainty Clever Child Artist, And .Scotty Johnston, the _ the clevsrsst of'' Juvenile Artists ever heard in any Theatre in to.he insertetl-once two consecutive, weeks newspaper', clrculatmB. inJ the vicin- ity of the poundr; a form Notice Is hereby given fdes- oriptioo ;ot "egistered brancis, marks and; joints) .was. Impounded ria the pound the undersigned In the Village oE 'Stirling on........ .'.day'.of. Pound Keeper. 8." "Every P'duhd Keeper shall, wjth-, out'charge, in" addition to any copies of any notice -which .lie'm'ay re- quired under, this Act tg.Dost or