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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915 THE LETFTIRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE DGE TEAMS IDE A GLEAN-OP Taber Hockey Team Shut Out Yesterday Afternoon at Rink PeopL e's Lethbridge intermediate hockey team slipiied one ovor tlic Talicr ih-termediates yesterday afternoon at Both Taber Basketball Teams Suffered Reverses at Y. M. C. A. TAKE FIRST HONORS AT Y.M.CA. AGAIN-WON OUT NEW YEAR'S DAY (t was an oR day for Taber athletic asj)irations here yesterday. While the hockey team was liotog snowed ____________ ______ under at the People's tinlc, the has- occupying tlic centre of the "Y For two years in succession the Hwald team has won the bowling charapioDshlp of the Y.M.C.A. Yesbcrflay morning the Herald met and defcatod the Y.M.C.A. Boarding club team two games straitrht. It was- a throe-game match, best two to win, The Boarding club and the TIcrald gained the right to play off ior Ihe! title by winning the first and sec.ind scries, respectively, of the double-schedule tournament lhat has been al- ii PAI" BURNS. CALGARY'S MILLIONAIRE SIGNALLY BY IHE PO DC thfi PeoDle's rink in handsome style, under at the I'copies nnic, t-nr oas- occupying Mie centre oi tne i a^?/scMC waT t(^ 0 w ho squads were receiving similar aeys for the past three months, ties were WoUt to a c 0^^ treatment at the Y.M.C.A. at the The Boarding club won the galloiy wiS laiio hands of the local stalwarts. The'--- ^------ Smith Maycock and L. Turcotte raber boys' basketball team was de- ,r^t�tri;, L,rh fr,r +,h� TabcritcB. feated by score of 18 to 17, and the Calgary, Jan. 1. - Knight Commander of the Order of St. Gregory the Great Is the honor which has been conferred upon Mr, Patrick Burns by the pope. , This noble and honorable title be-'came his when His Lordship the Bishop of Calgary with a few friends I visited the Burns' mansion and dec-! orated Mr. Burns with the beautiful! insignia.  | The Order of St. Gregory the Great was instituted by Pope Gregory XVI. j during a period of war, revolution and disaster to which tiie present European situation bears a strange resemblance. The Order was placed proved too much for the Tatvciites, . , > ^ , , wouldbe scorers, presenting a Stone Taber girls ta.sted of the same cup wall Jnckaon dclence to the onslaught by a score of Ji to i. A bumper of the hard-wcffking and aspiring en-; crowd watched the games, emy who tried and tried to locate! The visitors' shooting was not ac-tho net, but it was all in vain-too ' curate, 'hey peltci an eight-pointed rod enam-game. j elled gold cross. In the centre is a The Herald took the second siries blue medallion tearing the image of of games without a defeat being St. Gregory tlie Great, with the ohargod against them. Their cooisis- dove, symbolic of the Holy Spirit, toncy was still with them in the whispering in his ear. On the reverse play-oft yesterday mornine, and the is the inspiring motto 'Pro Deo ct Tirincitrallv ^mith Only a very few able to locate the hole. On the other Boarding club went to their Waterloo Ilight" for God ami King. The cross times throughout the match was tho Iiand the locals were mar^ellousiy Lothliridge goal threatened. true in their direction of shots. Mc- On the local forward line, Mona- Killop scored five field haskels in the ghan an-d "Speed" Turcotte carved first half, Bonnell four, Murray two. their way through the Taber defence! In the second half j\lurray located four times in the'first of the three the right spot seven times, McKillop twenty-minute periods played. Mona- three and McKane three. No foul Baa-ghan beat them to it in the second i ''ets were made hy Letlihridge. period for one, and repeated in the ' ' by 86', pins in the first g-ame and 40 pins in tho second. Roy Buchanan was the high roller in the title games with a total oi 359, The scores : Herald-Evans ,,..................... 141 third period after Simpson bad located the billet. It wa� a clean a&d eotertaioing game, and the promoters of the match have no excuses to offer ' for taking the people's money. The crowd (tested the rink's capacity, and they made mough noise to awaken the dead, which Is some Indication of The teams sized' up and compared before tlie game appeared to be even- n,!!p. Toe ly matched: although the visitors Buchanan .................. 186 may have had a pound or two in weight over the locals. They also had a year or two senicrity if appearances spoke correctly, GIRLS' GAME The girls' game followed the boys' and again the superiority of local 161-302 IIG-289 178-359 how they appreciated the prooeedings, shooting ability was demonstrated. There was an abundance of exciting Miss J6 freely translated as follows ; 120-:-210j_-141-272 � " 500 450-950 BENEDICT XV. POPE To Our Beloved Son, Patrick Burns : Beloved Son, health and apostolic benediction. The very many and notable services rendered by you in that new diocese of Calgary, and not less, the zeal and energy which you unremittingly display in promoting religious and charitable works of every kind, manifestly prove you worthy to receive at our bauds that which your bishop so warmly recommends, a most illustrious title of honor in recognition of your merits. Wherefore, by these our letters, we make, appoint and declare you a Knight Commandtr of the Order of St, Gregory the Great, in the civil class, and we enroll you among the j number of that most distinguished, body of knights, I We grant, t/hen, to you, beloved son, the right and privilege, freely and openly, to dress in the uniform pro- ; per to this knightly order and degree, ; and to wear the insignia proper to j the higher rank, namely, the octagonal cross of gold with a red surface, bearing in the centre the image of St, Gregory the Great, to be worn i on a red silk ribbon edged with or-i ange, hung around the neck. To pre- \ vent any mistake as to the correct | dress and the right and proper manner of bearing the cross, we bid the accompanying book of regulations of the order to be transmitted to you. Given at St, Peter's in Rome, under the seal of the Fisherman, un the thirtieth day of November, in ' fhe year nineteen hundred and fourteen, the first of our pontificate, P. CARD. GASPARRI, Secretary of State (Seal of the Fisherman). �Bat 414 410-824 Each ot the Herald bowlers will be presented with a silver watch fob, emblematic of the championship of Let'tii/boyT tikreare"tolive the ' team." Miss-Ada -Murra^ louLwingln ^^J'^'-^-^. bowling alleys people a goml run fcr their ^money!; brother .Wilfred's footsteps as a shoot-i . Thus the biggest and most r,uccess- rrev did yUterdaTandgo^drat: er par exce lence, made ten points for ' f"' bowling fournament yet held at TonZisLln^ioh^^^^^ the locals; Misses E. Henderson, E, the "Y" has been brought to a close, NEW YORK MEES SOLD COL, RUPERT The Lethbridge'Players speak in! I^rame and i.. fetewart excellent terms of their adversaries,; Pomts apiece, and adjudge them as the best kind ot The game was replete with sports. Another game will bo played admirable features and the in the near future here, Lethbridge will return the match. The local line-up: L, Turcotte, goal; Maycock, point ; Smith, cover-point ; many crowd echo from cheered the girls to time to- time, Harry B, McElyea refereeS the games. There is no better hasketball i)owner,'rSTOrV MonaghM,'"centre i! omcial in the,se parts, and he upheld ' � '  -  '-� ikis good reputation yestwday, - Both Lethbridge teams were made up entirely of Knox Sunday Gsohool pupils. The personnel teams for both games were as follows : THE BOYS Lothbridgfe Right Forward Ted Turcotte, right wing ; Simpson, left wing. Referee-"Cubbr" Devine, ENGLISH SQUASH CHAMP. WINS U.S.A. PRO. TITLE New York, N,Y, Dec, 31,-Walter Kinsella, former squash tennis champion o� England, yesterday won the professional title In that sport by defeating Stephen J. Feron, the American ' champion. In the third and last match of their series here. The scores In yesterday's games, played at the Princeton club, were: 10-15, 15-12, 15-7, 15-8, Feron won the first match a fortnight ago at the Harvard club, and Kinsella the Becoait one a week later at '.^he Squash ^lub. , ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : > : ? good and ancient sport of goU will A not .sutler during the long and weary ,;. ,t, winter months in New.York City. ,|. j Tlve latest innovation there is the .;, indoor golf game. Many of Ihe lead- .;. ^, iug hotels and restaurants are pavmg ^, ^ indoor courses installed. Of course, � � : > : > � * -.'" Chicago, 111., Dec. 31.-Charlie Wlilte of Chicago and Freddie Welsh of England, lightweight champion, have been matched to fight ten rounds in New York on January 13, according to word received here last night from Wiite's manager. The message said the fighters are to weigh in at 135 pounds at 3 o'clock on the day of the fight. EUROPEAN WRESTLERS IN U.S. Tho European wrestlers are drawing heavily this year. Last week at Boston, a Russian, a Norwegian, a Bulgarian, a Swede, a Dohamian, a Ger-mari-, ail Irishman and � an AJnericto were in a big tournament. OLD COUNTRY RUGBY London, Dec. 29.-The following are results of the Northern Union Rugby givmes played today on the grounds of the first-named clubs: Hull. 05; Bradford, 0, Leigh, 7; Hull Kingston Rovers, 0, LeodB, 35; Warrington, 0. next at 11 o'clock a.m. SANDY'S ELEVEN LOST Calgary, Jan. 2.-','Sandy" Banner-man's crack soldier football squad went down to defeat before the Calgary CalUes In the Horse Show building here yesteraay. The final score was 4 to 2, Giants Scored Most Runs Off Braves The New York National league team was the only one to score more than 100 runs oft the Boston Braves last season. They put over 114, 'while the Cincinnati Reds registered 5'3. Someone has swiped Bat Nelson's evening clothes. Next thing we know they'll be stealing Kid Broad's monocle. The announcement that Mexico now has a stable government is slightly erroneous ; it should read garage government. vance. Gains at Steinbaeh "In the Vosgea we have driven back a German attack on our positions at Bremepll, three kilometers northeast of Badonvll!fr, inflicting heavy losssp on the Germans. The enemy has sustained also heavy losses at Stelnbach where our infantry yesterday occupied three new lines of houses." Petrograd, Jan. 2.-An official report given out by tho general stah last night recounts the situation In the various fields of action along the Russian front. It eays: "In East Prussia and In the region of Mlawa (northern Rueeian Poland) we have defeated attempts hy the Germans to deliver a partial 'offensive; "On the Vistula, opposite W.vszo-grod, our armed steamers oannomid-ed the infantry of tho enemy with success. Our troops In action on the left bank of tlie Bzura river hear Vlt-korltze, repulsed two nlRht attacks, "On the Rawka river w� repulsed an attack directed against Doletzk. "On Dec. 31, the enemy manifested activity wWcli was particularly in- TONIGHT ONLY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE FIRST EPISODE OF WHAT IS POSITIVELY THE BEST SERIAL PHOTOPLAY EVER PRODUCED �1 Formidable Torpedoed CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE picked up 80 and a Torbay trawler the remainder. Among the rescued are eight officers and six mldshipmeni Location Not Disclosed The British Admiralty has not announced the location where the disaster occurred and .declares that It is unable to say whether tiie ship struck a mine or was torpedoed. RETLAW NEWS Retlaw, Alta., Dqo. 28.-The Christmas tree airanged by our church peo-ule was a big success. Every child In town got something, and lots ol good things to e^t. Some in the C9mitry around R'etlaw were refeem-15 "red. I A good crowd and a good time was had at the Rolling Green U.F.A. hall on Christmas night. Our hotel.gave a free dinner to a big irowd of Invited guests on Chrlst-waei So all In all our holiday passed off 11^ a merry way to all our people. Mr; and Mrs. John Broderson, Mr, Robt. Ruthven atd daughter Ada, Mr, tjysT&Ky and Bob Leonard and Ella Hall IN THE GREATEST OF ALL SERIALS Starland THE MASTER KEY IS CRAM FULL OF EXCITEMENT AND HUMAN INTEREST SEE THE FIRST EPISODE AT STARLAND TONIGHT 1 EMPRESS i - Jka^ HOME OF VAUDEVILLE W^lt^ OB TONIGHT THEIR LIVES BY A THREAD......................., 3 REBL8 (A Warner Feature presenting Martha RumsII) THE BRAND, presenting Alloe,Joyce ................ 2 REELS HEARST-SELIG NEW� PICTORIAL AiND TWO COMEDIES. . .MONDAY AND TUESDAY The 13th Installment of the big Lucille Love, The Girl of Myattry. Only 2 more episodes; see them now. Coming-"2U DOR A"-Tanhouser's Greatest Photoplay. Big Bugs an| Big Humliugl Lecture by Mattison^ Chase WESLEY CHURCH Wednesday Next Jantiary 6tt 1915 This is tlie second number ot the Lyceum course. Keep this date reserved Dr. Mattlson Wilbur Chase. Popular Prices 50 and 25 cents. Tickets and Reserved Plan on sale Monday at Jackson & Co. Drug Store. and Mrs. E. A. Everitt were at the home of C, W. Hastings and enjoyed a fine Christmas dinner, a. good visit, and a very merry time. Our train going east for the past two weeks has been crowded to the limit with people going east and south to make their annual visit with friends. As feed is high, and so many feel they can't afford, or that it wlW not pay to buy feed for hogs and poultry, they sold off all their pigs, big and lltr tie, so It Is reasonable to look for eggs and pork to be pretty scarce in these parts tor some time to come, and farmers will miss the revenue heretofore had from them. Reports from Iowa and otliers of the middle northern States, say their winter weather is about the same as we are getting here. It is reported that Joe Bnright has bougit the Russel Marvin half-section farm, and Mr, Marvin talks of going back to Michigan, The U,P,A. held their annual meeting in their hall in Retlaw on Saturday, December 26, There were not so many out as there should have been, owing,'"no doubt, to the cold weather. It looks as if we 'will get lots of moistura, and will surely able to start a crop In good shape, and, some claim, raise one, no matter how dry the seasop may be later op. "PATS" AT THE FRpNT London, Dec. 30,-rA Canadian officer attached to the contingent confirmed tonight the report that Princess Patricia's Light-Infantry had arrived at the front, and had eaten their Christmas dinner wlfcliin a mile or two of the'flghting lino. The men, it appears, left Winchester on the beginning of last week; and arrived In France Friday. LUCILLE LOVE AT EMPRESS On Monday the 13th installment of LuioiUe Love, the Girl ot Mystery, will be shown. If you have not seen Lucille yet, start on Monday. Read the synopsis on the screen before the two reels are shown and then become an admirer of pretty, determined Ludllo This episode is toy far the most sen- . satlonal as well as the prettiest part of the story. To appreciate it you, have to see the automo/blle in which Lucille is riding, swerve hesitate, then plunge fi'om the edge of a cliff into a terrfble abyss. See Lucille as a cabaret dancer In one of > San Francisco's most popular cafes. Remember, only three more Installments of, Lucille. On the day of the last .installment of Lucille this house will show the greatest and most wonder-j ful of all Tanhouser photoplays, Zu- � idora, Jeatirring Margaret Snow and! Jimmy Cruze, the two wonderful stare' that havti made serial photoplays pos^.r Bible. 4 DRUG STORES jp USE METRIC SYSTEM--^'-London, Dec. Sl.rr-TJle metric ^ Sa-, tern of weights and moasure^s wllirbeis Ij.' come the standard for ..drug storeg;";;^' the drug trade and ph^yslci^ns ito'sy* parlo of the British Empire 'wttWu 'f^"' ^ new year, when the new, BrJ.tlBh;iI macopoeitt goes ,into etfecjt,, new pharmacopoeia', dlscard^.^' system of WQlghtM ftna^eaaM ;