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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915 THE E DAILY HERALD PAGE THHEE OUST LEAGUE Vancouver, H.C., play- Ing the I'orllnnd Icum tn every period, the VnncouverH tonight captured the Pacific coaat chamtjIoiiBhlu, defeating the visitors by a acore oE 13 to :i. Port- land completely oitttiluyed, tlio new champions giving u lirllllnnl dla- and wore oln'ayg In the lead, Tho gaiiio was free from rough play, and only n few iienaltles wore hnnded out for minor offences. FINALISTS M AI Lacorabe, Aha.., Feb. the fastest imd finest game of hockey ever witnessed ,'n L-acombe woa plnyer! here, tonight between Luuonibe and Edmonton J-Iuetlers, Jn the final of the Intermediate championship Of Al berta, before the largest crowd which ever assembled In rink. The game was the first of the home and home series necessary to decide the championship, and resulted in a lie at three goals each. CARPENTIER Wounded and Captured BERLIN, Feb. 26, via GEORGES CARPENTIER, THE CHAMPION HEAVYWEIGHT PUG- ILIST OF .EUROPE.. HAS BEEN WOUNDED AND IS NOW A GER- MAN PRISONER OF WAR, AC- CORDING TO THE TAGEBLATT. HURLERS MUST BEHAVE Would Fine Pitchers for Roughing Ball Chicago, ill.. Feb. federal l-.vlrlers won't huve it so soft next summer aa -they did Vflfli, if President fJilmorc has his way. Gllmore will ask that a njJe calling for n fine of 1200 be Imposed on uny pitcher ivno "roughs" the ball. be passed at the federal meeting in Buf- faio today. CJJmorc aylu today lie was certain it would pnss. LODGE CARPETSALL MATCHES The Moose Ha'i! the scene oE two hotly contested carpetball match- es, though the winners of each had somewhat oE a :wa1k-over. The Post- ies beat the C.O.F., 13 to 7, and the S.O.R put It over the A.O.P., 21 to 3. MUGGINS SIGNS CONTRACT St. LoXiis, Mo., Feb. Unpins, manager of the St. Louis Nationals, signed late today a yciir contract, to coiiiinue in that po- sition, "and thereby 'dispelled numer-j oils runicrs that he would leave the team. Melville, Feb. Mel- iie Northerners successfully del'Rnil- ed Lhu Allan Cup here tonight, defeat- ing PrJnce Albert In the second game of the hflmc-anil-lioioe series (5 to 5, ivjnuijjg the provincial champion- ship on tlie round by :i Melville hns .scored 15 goals In the tvi'o guines, while the winners ot the northern dl- irislon have accumulated 13. The game tonight looked to he the easiest kind of cinch s'oi1 the home team, for when half-time Ciirnc around the score was 4 to 1 In favor of Melville. Tlilnss chaugnd so rapidly in the second half that the spectators could 1101 believe their eyes. GOTCH DIDN'T FORGET v Back at Mayor of Chicago for In Chicane, 111., v caiiKo of sin alleged JnsulL hurl- ed ftt lilni by Mayor Carter H. v IliirrlBon In Frank Gotch, world's wrriHtlliig cJmuipiou, turned down an Invitation to appear at a d onions I nit Ion held f.> In the Colllaeum to Ijoout the (inndldacy for re-eloc- lion. In response lc a telegram f re m I He 'n an'tlnB him to attend llio don- ontttraLlon, Clot eh replied: v "Muym- Harrison. In July, Elated IhrougU an oven- iDK pujior thai be would never permit me to wrestle In Chi- cago again. Owing to this statement, I must decline Hie Alnyor's Invitation. WELSH HUD EftS! THE ENGLISH BOXER MUCH TOO FAST AND CLEVER FOR CHICAGO FIGHTER Vanderbiit Cup Race Starters NTo. Car Driver Maxwell Ilarnny Oldiiclil Tom Alley Jack- Oablt Kddie I'ullen Gil Anderson Ci. E. HucksUL Spl. Gandy Jiarl Cooper U. Uoita Louis Nikrcnt .SjjJ. CapUin Kennedy DAVIS TO LEAD ATHLETICS Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. Davis will he cp.ntaiu of the Philadel- phia Americans this "coming season, it ivas announced by Mannger Connie Mack-. Ira Thomas, who waa cap- tain ol the Learn list season, will hare complete charge of the pitchers. CURLING YOUNGER SET PINCHED FOR "RAGGING" IN OREGON TOWN Nine Young Men and Seven Young Ladles Acted Contrary to Pendlelon, Ore., Feb. young men and sevon young- ladies, all well known In Pilot Rock, were arrested tliero yesterday because they inslHted on "rngglng" at a dance, in defiance of a. warning Issued by Lhe marshal. Four oC the nieji were tried and convicted today. The others will be tried as soon as they come to town. The girls will he tried tomorrow. Roy Michael paid his fine, but Archie McFarluiid, Howard Beitel and Twig Hinkle went to Jail. McFar- land paid his fine later and was released. The others are sLlrl in jail. Pilot Rock has an ordinance ag- ainst and "suggestive and under thitj ordinance the arrests were made. CALIFORNIA HAS NOVEL RULING ON PROFESSIONALISM Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. letes southern Callfornifl. colleges who take money in one sport are barred from ctfilege teams only iu that branch of nthlctics; they are stil eligible any other of the co-llege tep.m s. This by the executive committee of the Southarn California Intercollegiate conference. "The summer baseball problem is thus solved for southern California collegians, as the athlete playing pro- waa thp, rule adopted today Again the Cadillac Challenge trophy changes hands. Hugh Scott and D. D. ,_ iMcNabh after a brief hold on tlie cup feBsional summer Is only relinquished their grasp last night, I disqualified from the 'varsity baseball falling before Lhe onslaught of Hugh I squad. He can still play football or and James Aird. The scores Holders Challengers Hugh Scult Hugh Boyd il appear on the track. D. D. McNahb.... 8 Jas. Aird ......18L St. on I ii_'_ AUSTIN TO STICK WITH BROWNS Mo., Feb. Aus- thlrd baseman, who signed 21-Casc Spl. Spl. Loins Caleb IJrasg C. It. Xpwhoiise Arthur II. Klein Ilickenbackcr H. C. Uurant Kdward O'Donncll Jack Lecain A. IlPanic Ralph J'alina Parsons Ci rover Berpdoll Howard Wilcox -J. II. Marquis (Unnanounccd) E. Taylou Harry Grant Huntiey Gordon Milwaukee, Ms., Feb. ttelnh fiutboxti'l Charlie tr in u v ten lowid no-decision boxing contest at the Auditorium niyhL, jieconl- .if ing to tlit almost uniminium; opinion of sporting appeared v lo liiivc liud Lhe ol live v rounds, tin; third SL-vcnth incln- sluulcd opponent in Uic Jiintli and (ht first, second and eightli to be WKLSH VKUV FAST The White u.1 his incruy during jnusi di tin; light, last and r-lcicr ;nul away without pun 1Kb in cut. Wliiic was slow and seemed unable lo sulvu U'l-lsh's i whirlwind styln o[ aiUick. In the car- Her ruuiiLta U'elsli .set a lirisk' pace, but found willing io mix will] him at alt tiruei'. U'liite cai't- fully for openings, in tin: evident hope of iiliocjLrJiiK in Lfrc j'eii 'mju'ri for which he i.s Imnous, but the cliam- pioii's shift clever block- ing made many rri liis efitnts of no avail. WJUte more confiflcnt .limn in their forir.c.r and the first tivo rounrlfi sonni'd to the spec- tators to lie fairly oven. 1 Welsh's fast jaiis iln; execution in the third round and fairlr smoth- ered the Chicagoaii who fought hack wildly. Freddie landed half a dozen punches to Charlie's iacu without A wild MONDAY VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES Harry C, Willis Versatile Vcittrilotjjiiist, and ILVIM'V (J1KL" Good, CleJin, Classy Yiiudeville which will delight the Leth- uriiljt'e Public "The Bells Of Rheims" A Startling and Realistic Expos- ure of German Barbarity. This picture depicts the German attack on L'lu'ijns, France, and the out- rages on defenceless women and children, ft shows just what Ger- man "Knltur" stands for. Mayor Tells Knockers toj Put Up or Shut Up CONTINUED FROM FKONT IJAG NO IIOPK KOR PESSIMISTS "In tlie cstimaliou oi sonic pcssi- ist.s wlio ;irc walking all over juealiiii; blue ruin and saying the i tin? cliallbii- city is poing into Hie bands oi a 'rc- ger accidentally landed low but ap-. ceivcr', there is no hope. But is this parent ly did no danuino to Welsh. their view point? Are they Freddie dancnl around ihe ically so ignorant of the city's af- landing almost at will in Lhe fifth fairs or arc they a dodpc and sixth round. White continually, or are they perhaps, live the Gcr- tricd to whip in his left to the jaw mans, sinijiie a sons of hate? "Wlicllier they or really in earnest makes little dider- iiuaHty or quantity. They arc knock Jiig: (fie citi and are tmne lo brillB a stalc o[ that QWn but Welsh I caught. was too shifty to CHAWLEY COULDN'T SEE Whitfi'si cjes ucrc puffed from the cliauipion's bloivs and lie became so wild in the seventh and eighth romuls EASY Wild 111 the seventh and CliJjnth rounds o JOHNSON-WILLARD FIGHT; -SS.K them in almost without return. White ,to llllnSs as as possil Curlty Still Has Hopes of Holding It landed a cltan hard led; to the bodv tilc HMVJ- hil in Juarcz iu the 'leu MOiv legally on IhEir slioulilei Whit.-, made a dcsneraU attempt to lil1 "f lioiylers' are large- even matters in the ninth round ami V retl'iciiig the mulls hy shoutiiiK out ol his corner a rush, the housetops, ll the El Paso, Te.v., Feu. em- bargo ylaceil upon the entry ol Jack Johnson1 at any east coast nort Mexico, by General Carranza, com- bined ivith the indictments as.iinfit Johnson at Chicago, has anpareiltly shifted the jiossihiiily of Biasing" a championship heavyweight boxing bout ou March 6 hetweeu Jack .Tolrn- son and Jess Willard from Juarez, Mexico, to Havana, Cuba. Jack Curley, promoter of the fight at Juarez, departed today for Hav- ana, "to see what the matter was he bald. "I will bring Johnson to Juarez if 1 he said. swinging both hands. He landed sev- "V, lnlt cral times, but his punches apparent- P M- Iv did not serve to slow thl-. Cham- lms are clolllE lte he- f'ausc he ivuuhl siii'tly wipe them out. IRMPRESQ introducfng Improved Photo-Plays. 15c "The Kiddle of The Green Umbrella' JN TWO PARTS, FEATURING PRETTY ALICE JOYCE. THE THIRD OF THE BELOVED ADVENTURE STORIES. "AN AFFAIR OF HONOR" FEATURING V. V. JOHNSTONE PLENTY OF COMEDIES AND ONE FINE DRAMATIC TALE JUVENILE ARTISTS: MISS LUELLA SIMONS SCOTTY JOHNSTON In Late Popular Songs and Danced. COMING EXTRAORDINARY! Monsieur Victor Pietre, the Renowned BaaEo Profundo, Celebrated Ballads. Starting Next. Week Tor Four Daya commencing Wednesday, the Exclusive Paramount Pictures will be shown. Also Mr. F. Cline, the Local Bandmaster, Joins the Empress Orchestra Monday. He he miller lio obligation Imt toe to toe. him OTTAWA TEAM SUBJECT TO 1 U JOHNSON FEARG THE LAW Havana, Cuba, Feb. Indications today ii-ere that Jack Johnson, fear- Ing capture and deDorlatlcn to the United Stales, will not set foot on Mexican soil. It is believed liere the black will break his contract with Jack Cur- ley to fight Jess the ex-Kan- sas cowboy, in-a Juarez, Mexico, ring. March G. Johnson will make no statement In regard to his match, but It is known that he is dickering with local pro- moters to stage the bout with Willard here. The steamer Morja Castle, sails lor Mexican port today. Johnson had paesaffe booked aboard this vessel, and let the chips fall where they may.' WOULD FniTSTRATE'EPFOJlTS 'I The mayor has withstood the temptation to take distraint pro- ceedings or make a tax sale, because of the burden and hardship it would he on at least filly per cent, ol out citizens, hut the 'calamity howlers' arc doing all they can in frustrate Ottawa Prcc press An Ottawa the Mayor's hanking arrangements hockey player discussing Lhe local and thus force al least" a tax sale. (earn, says fans cannot realize the "Frankly, if the .Mayor could tor.ce falraiu the players have heen under a tax sale on these people without tins season. Only one contest has hurting tho other tioud he been easily won and that was the would do so and thus show them the All false position they have put thcm- of selves into and would like to put the way. "We have had no soft games others. like the he MAY COME ANYWAY i "and have had to light for every one! "The Mayor wants to say when the we won or lost. It i.s a handicap to distraint proceedings or a tax sale us in several ways, nioi'c especially the comes, (and if Lhe bankers change strain on the men. Jn the Jast month' their policy clue to the calamity hou'l-j it has beeu a case ot taking the ice ers, it may come the people 7-2 match against Quebec here. the rest were buttles every inch STARLAND Thurs. Evelyn Nesbit to The Most Talked of Woman in the World in 'Threads of Destiny' 5 Parts of Lethbridge today needs no apolo- 29 thr'ee-j-enr contract 'with the H lvas he had cancelled Final match in the PagJUjeJlo will Federals lev months ago, announc- he played tonight between W. J. that he would play with the son and John Bruce. I St. LctoJs Americans year. each contest knowing wo would have IN CANADA" Runabout Price THE FORD OARAGE V irtue 1232 3rd AVE. 8. PHONE 633. heavily. Being ahle to mil two oi It must have made Jack .ToJmsnn i "'F66. 8oalf CilCh Brcat feel right at home when he was io- a anl1 th? stran ed lodging in the Havana hotels. "Lil Artha" became very familiar witli this procedure, ivnile travelling around the United States. CHECKERS altogether. While out forwards have not heen scoring much they have been working well in the other direction, WCH SHOUI-D HELP IX CRISIS so, and beyond the ability verv serious yet, and we do of a percentage of our citimis o pay not thjnk therc is ailV riangcr of tllli at the present time, hut cectamlv not COUllCil doing'anything th hci'ond the ability of the iveaHli oi jt Lnc city to sustain. The results in ihe Wright Cup han- dicap checker tournament at the Y.M, C.A. last night 'were: Johnson 5, Moore 3; Johnson 6, u, er ng, E vcm eng ra Reed Callahan and the scene (Memphis. jeopardize its good standing. In fact, ii influence of an adverse na-1 ..._____ lure will their supposed superior f coming hack and helping the de-i "Individual wealth comes [rom wisdom in the hack oi their heads fence so that the other teams' total three sources, rzrits, and wag- and not expose it to the deUimeni of j is kept down." cs, and it is up to those who have a the city, tlic council will he able to i _________ share of' the world's goods maintain Lefclibririge's present Uian actually required to sustain lively good standing until tlic dawn- tliem, to bear the burden of others jng ol the brighter day." until times revive anil wages and profits again fcrrnmc active factors in Lcthbrmge. This is sound politioal economy, anil has the sanction of Hie ANYTHING POSSIBLE AFTER The day or miracles la not yet pass- ed. Joe Azevedo 'won a fight the oth- night, his victim being Frankie j flow 6, Penningtcn 2; Young 8, Fuller- ton 0; 5, Fleming 3; JIc- Fae fi. Reed ton 2. Nicholson 6, Pennlng- Next thing we know Jack White will ccp a victory, after which we wil go out and hocK the family jewels for a ticket on Willard to beat the dinge. profound political economist, Sniil Adam Largest Importers in Southern Alberta; ahvnys oii'haiid a most complete stock. Our goods ave guaranteed to be of absolute Purity and Genuine. Shipments made to all parts of the country. C.C.PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. LETHBRlDGE-rALBERTA.- "The financial condition oL the city A Logical Dyspepsia Treatment Importance of Eliminating Acidity and Food fermentation Almost a full school of people list- ened to Rcr. Hush Dobsoir-on Wed- nesday evening, and saw with great interest the slides illustrating the ad- dress. :Mr. Dcbsr-n fo'llowed strictly ecientific information nnd assured his audience that the surprising state- During the pasti two or three years meals were made by men' eminent in i reports have frequently appeared In scientific circles, :who were interest- tlie Press concerning the remarkable ed In the facts for their sakes, value of bisurated niagneela as an ant- not by secretaries acid; and Its ability to promote nor-'cielies interested i mal. healthy digestion by preventing food fermentation and neutralizing dangerous stomach acid lias often Uiiiuorauce so- facts for cam- demonstrated. recently paign purposes. Air. Dobson had riot "a bad word fcr unless ORPHEUM }The People's Playhouse Where Everybody GOBS Hignor Tannil Italian Operatic Star In Italian Opera and English Miss Eleanor Moran Sweet Voiced Singer In the Lat- Popular Song Hits Last Time Today Billy FarroJl The Hobo Tenor Frenchy A Two Part Majeitic Feature, Pull, of Intenaa Drimatio Interftit Lizzie Astray A Keystone that if Sure Cure for the Blues Break, Break, Break A Story taken from Tennyson's Poem of the Same Name POPULAR PRICED PLAY- HOUSE- COMING MONDAY: THE SEA NYMPHS, A TWO REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY diminished In recent years. It was very noticeable that all charts recognized the effect of alcohol on even the Mr Dobson also dwelt lit some length upon the wonderful reductions which B.TG. being made in the use of alcoholic liquors in Russia, France, Germany and Norway on account of the war. He Uiought it. not a very great compliment 'to our nation that we use enough grain in cne year to make worth of liquor. "This he said, "will end two great evils; a'cohoiism and militar- ism." A French aviator has invciilcl satety bfelt to keep airmen from be- it he the man who ing thrown from their machines and to take advantage ol ihe con-j to absorb part of the shock of a fall. drug-gisis could supply bisurated mag-. illtlons created by the war to Ret pri- nesla in powder form only, from one'inte profit. He "assured his hearers o two teaspoont'ula ol' which, taken in that many of the men who are vlc- i little water afler meals, almost in- stantly stops all fermcntulion and neutralizes acid, jbut from h stomach trouble will iho to Jcarn hat, after a long series of experi- ments, n, leading firm of nianufactur- ng druggists has now succeeded in producing a 6 grain tablet which com- lines nil the valuable antacid proper- ,les of tlio ordinary, blsnrated mag- icsia in a very convenient form. This ew tablet of bisurated inaKncsin can now be obtained, of druggists every- where and many physicians nrp al- lims or the-appetitt! Tor strong drink art; equally as good 'as' the total ab- stainer who hag not been subjected (o equal temptation. Some of Hie_ more important Hems considered, were the effects upon children borr. p[ drinking parents in vitality, .sanity, deformity, tubercu- losis, scholarship, delinquency and death rate; the relation of drink and the divorce court; u'icohol as a cause, of Immorality; how alcoJirl impairs muscle: the effect on skill and en- durance; accidents; insurance; ready prescribing them instead of the j cr to resist disease, ami its uae by the which has greatly "NORMAN Th. NEWEST ;