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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, THE LETFrHRlDGE DAILY HERALD PAOB THREE RIVISLRY IN HOCKEY RtAlM OF LEHDGE SPORTING GOODS, TEAM HAS COMli TO fjIFE-LOOKING - FOli SCALPS RITCHIE. AND WELSH TO MEET IN NO-DECISION BOUT There was a suspicious proocssion oE puck chasors up irifUi stt&ot yes-itetday. Armed with sticks -nd sKatbs, tlio only cmiclusion a bystander could draw, was tliat' tlie aggregation had -tendance and enrolment reports could be done by the secretary-treasurer, and a large'number of Mr. Hamilton's present duties taken over by the principals of the various schools, so that Mr. Plamilton oould teach class and save the salary ol another teacher, in addition to supervising. Under the new time table for pte-vocat!onal training, he said, Mr. Hamilton is to teach certain classes. "I am satisfied," said he, "that he is doing this without the authority of the hoaifl, and it is my impression that he is doing it to forestall any action sug-gest&d by me in the late campaigp." The matter was, left o\er until the next meeting, -j'' TWO HEADS FALL That the special ciasses in elementary manual -training, and that the work of the arttpuper�isor more nearly approach the.tltle of "frills" was the following mo- A carnival thattproniisos to attract about all,the people thait the place will hold Is on. the boards to take place at the auditorium rink tomorrow night. The skaters of the city are busy preparing for the event. Four prizes are bei&g put up, tor the best dressed lady and best dressed gentleman, and for the best comic lady and; best comic dressed, gentleman. The prizes will be not less than First games will start at 8.15 sharp and second. game will start immediately after first game is over; CANADIAN SOLDIERS OUTBOWL ENGLISH TEMPLETON, OF . SASKATOON, WAS ON THE SALISBURY TEAM Montreal, Jan. 12.-In a letter re-osived from Sergt. R. C. Bach an account is given of a teh-pin match between-a .team of Canadiatt volunteers and the London Bowling club. Baoh, who is with the First Montreal regi-diecovered tfhe tion, which re&IJltod in the elimination of these�'it�o positions : Davidson; "That the elementary manual training work, and the work Roper Bresnahan, while manager of of the work ot supervisor be discon-the St. Louis club ot the National tinued  as special subjects for the league, traded a professional player, present on AptiL first, and that Miss a pitcher named Hopper, to Dick Kin- Nimmon^', art supervisor,'s, salary sella, then manager of the Spring- be reduced to $1000 (from $1200), field (111.) club in the Three I. league, for a bird dog. The "farming out" method ot holding players is considered slavery by the Federal league, also .the ten-day clause. - . , ment,i states that he ---------- f >SWcli;iSho�ld be^: worth , bowling acadMuy on Shaftesbury ave., �trying .for,, as well v as the � fun that a-six-aUey one, and .the only onc with will be gotten out of cpmpeting. i Oanadian style equipment, in Eng-A small admission is all that is to land. The word was passed through be charged spectators and the Citi- .. ,. , zens band a.s well as the fancy dress should "be attraction - enough to the people of the city. WAR PREVENTS HENLEY RACES THIS YEAR great university event ' not interrupted X since 1885 , the contingent with the result that a match was arrknged with the London Bowling club for December 22.' The Canadian team won two gatiies, 911 to 853 and 872 to 870, and lost one, 851 to 907. The Canadian players were R. C. Bach, A. Handcockj H. rage, Montreal ; J. Templfrton, Saskatoon, and W. Fay, Vancouver. N.liAr STANDING CURLING Another attempt will be made to play games in the local competition at the curling rink tonight in spite of the likelihood of soft ice. Here are the rinks due to play now; 7.15 P. M. A. McCulloch vs. H; Scott. Jas. Aird vs. T. R. Davidson. McKillop vs. Clarke. 9 p. M. H. Boyd vs. George Stacey. J. F. Hamilton vs. John Bruce, Andrew Scott vs. J. S. Smith. This evening the ladies will have a sheet of ioe at their dispclsal. Two games have been arrahgied. They are; 7.15 p. M.-Miss Nimmons vs. Mrs. Aird. 9 Pi M.-Miss Aird vs. Miss Stewart. : - commencing January 1st, 1915, and that she': be oSeied a position on the regular stall on April first at the maximum salary, it necessary suoh position to be created by the dismissal of anotliet teacher ; and that Miss Alward (Elementary manual trainingjj be c(ffered a position on the regular staff on April first if a vacancy happens to occur at that time, or at such time as a Vacancy may occur." Carried unaium'tta'sly. There was no crtticisni of the work being done by either of these -teachers ; in fact, it was highly commended, but  every member of the board looked upon the training as superfluous at the present time. The staff salaries were not touched, and these with incidental expenditures will be gone ijitA%ithin the next few days. The meeting adjourned at 12 o'clock. LoiidOB, Jm. 13,-The Da.)ly Chronicle says,it is ,officially announced that there will he no university boat race this year. The contest was hardly possible, for all the leading oarsmen of both Oxford and Cambridge have gone to the front 01 are engaged with the officers' training corps. . v . Instituted at Henley in 1829, the boat race has boeji held annually ^ Outanos without a break for sixty years. The i Canadiens last previous time it was abandoned was In 1855i during the Crimean war. A's soon, however, as the Treaty of PariSvwas signed the race was resumed, and., has been rowed on the Thames; ever since. The race in the National Foc'ey association is- cloJse. Ottawa and ihe Montreal VVamlefers are tied' ior first position now. The present standing ot the teams follows : . � \V. L. For Agst. Wanderers Ottawa ... Quebec ... Toronto ... RIFLE PRACTICE TONIGHT The Lethbrldge lUflo club will hold their regular practice, shoot this evening in the basement of the Central school at 7,30, SKATING TONIGHT Auditorium Rink (COVERED) Carnival and Band Thursday ADULi;8 ZSO^HILOREN SPECTATORS FREE 15c 41 20 U 13 17 17 24 20 20 19 23 25 DOOIN TO TESTIFY FOR "FEDS" Philadelphia Catcher Thinks He Has Just Giie^ance Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 12.-Charles S. Dooin, former manager of the Philadelphia Nationals, announced here today that he will leave for Chicago CANADIAN SOLDIER IS ATTACKED WHEN ABOUT TO MARRY London, Jan. 8.^Thi8%ally Mail reports a remarkable scene at the,'wed-, ding of a Canadian soldier at Reading on Wednesday. On,the arrival of the bridegroom and bride at the church, a man in civilian dpsss sitting near the altar rails, seized the sc'.dier and said the girl was his, and dared the Canadian to marry her. There would have been a ligUt had not officials in-terveaed and hurried the bridegroom into the vestry. The police arriving on the scene ejtcted the civilian. The wedding cerEmony then proceeded. tomorrow to act as a voluntary wit- ithe bridegroom and bride showing oh- MELVILLE AND' REGINA TIE IN SASKATCHEWAN : HOCKEY LEAGUE The defeat of. Moose Jaw on Monday night by 7 goals to 4, put Melville up with Regina In the Saskatchewan hockey league. The teams stand as follows; . Goals �W. L. F. A-Rogiua .. ... ... 4 1 28 24 Melville ... .... 4 1 88 24 Moose Jaw .. .,0.6 28 41 Ton league games stiU to ibe playod. JESS WILLARD ON THE WAY ness against org'anized baseball ii the suit of the Federal league before Judge Landis in that city. Dooin today definitely refused an offer from Manager Herog of the Cincinnati Natioials. He declared that he is entitled to an y unconditional release from the Philadelphia club after a service of 13 years. Although the Cincinnati contract was reported to call for a salary of $6000 a year, Dooin termed it a "tin can" offer. Starts Work at Excelsior Springs. Prepsration for Bout With \ Johnson In Chicago, 111., Jan. 11'.-Jess Willard, six feet seven inches In his stockings, leaves Chloago tonight to cover the first lap; of his Journey toward his Idhance at the heavyweight cha-.aipion-sbip of the world. Tomorrow, at Excelsior Springs, Mo., Jess begins work, for Jack Johnson, and while the match is nearly.two montlis away, he is going to keep training, tor .be wants to Hve up to hJs self-styled nam8^"Sav-lour of the white Pace.',' ; BOWLING AT THE Y.M.CA. Entries will close for the fli?e-pin bowling competition at.the Y.M.CA; this afternoon at 5 p.m. " Berger Feels Abusod JOD Berger is wondering what he ever did to Charley Comiskey that the "Old Roman" should sentence him to play with the Yankees. vious signs of being greatly upset". It is stated that the bride worked at the same place as the man who cr^eated the scene, and had walked out with him, but the pair were not engaged. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pllls are ust the right medicine for the children. When they are constipated -T-when their kidneys are out of order -when over-indulgence. in some,^ favorite food gives them; ind igestion -Dr; Morse's Indian Root Pills will ?u!ckly and surely put them right urely vegetable, they; neither sicken, weakenor gripe, like harsh purgatives. Guard your children's nealth by always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's ' Indian Root Fillsin.tbe house, They Kaep the CKildr*n Well 1 Everybody loves Peppermint-* here is Ld-n-g l.a.s.t.i.n.g delight-^ lots of "Pep!" - It aids appetite and digestion^ settles the stomach ^ soothed the mouth and throat ^"^^ - - - - k ^ Fresh from the WRIGLET fkc> tories - makers of the wcllv known and popular - - WRIGLEYS. SPEARMINT If you like fresh mint leaf flavor take most Both are beneficial get the ^ If you want delicious Peppennint �^MII;!lJglPl|^ BIG value for 5 cents-the enjoyment for the price! IB Made in Canada. Win. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., 7 Scott Strtet, Tonmte Be SURE It's WRIGLErSlece.-RolUcking fun, tender,'Sentiment, an-, ger, sadness, patriotlsra ^alL^have been set to delicious �atrslns. ''My Hero," "The Letter Song,""Tfi4t .WJH Be lAJvely," and a score of othershave endeared themselves to 'hundreds>>of; thousands in every part of'the land: :i: Tlie mitney Opera Co., is a-rarity among light opera organizations, for Stan are nnknoiwn In Ita ranka^; and every member Is an artist otvequal'i: importance. Many of : thaa;' bavo > ^ been rscnitted from grand apara.' "FAMOUe PLAvem* AT THE CMPRCa* The managemant ot tha KoiprMaifln,; Its endeavor to -yglTa! tha'. paopla:-ot I/ethbridga the bast la; tha n>oUon .v It is estimated that over 20,000 people witnessed' ^ho. match.  The game, wUlcli wap too' onesided "to be e?cciting.. srided in a ?hand8p,i�e.:,wIu~.i^0fe,l