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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JANUARY 15,1918 T H E L E T I? R t D 0 B D AIL T HERALD PAGE THREE REGIN'A BEAT MELVILLE U^MM CRUCIAL , HOCKEY CLASH RIVAL HOCKEY SQUADS MET BRILLIANT CONTEST AT MELVI'LLE IN Melville, Sask., Jan. 15.1n -what) V'as boyond all question of doubt the lastcst', closest, moat exciting and altogether the belit hopkey niatoh jilaycd in the Province of Saskatchewan, the Regina Vies, World's Amateur Champions, tonight defeatwl the brilliant Molville team by li gpals to; 6. MANY. BRITONS ON THE ROLL OF HONOR WERE ATHLETES OF RENOWN Ae Brlt�ln'� roll of HonOp lengthens, the d�athe on the b�ttlefieU,:or from wounds received In battle', of well-known athletes are Increasing. Among the latest athlete soldiers who have given their lives for the Empire are: Major Lord Bernard Gordon'Lennox, orloketer. Lieut. A^ E. J. Collins, famous crick-etef, who made a score of 628 in one Innings. Lieut. G. R .L. Anderson, Britain's best hurdler. Lieut. R. W. Fletcher, oarsman. Captain Lewis Robertson, football International. Lieut, G. E. DunUtervUl, a feneer. Captain P.'O'Brlain Butler, geritle-. man rider. I Captain J. A. HaJllday, cricketer and IRflPHY PUT UP FOR LAOYJURLERS Contests Tonight-Five Games in Local Competition Last Night-Curling Notes In the. overtime sessions Melville'^^^^(jgllgj.^ Ecorediand ViCB evened up again, and ^ Major W. G. S. Cadogan, cricketer. � finally'Mastel drove in the one which made the cupholders winners. As intimated above,- it was woiidct-lul hockey all the way, and the Re-gina's deserved to win .by just about ithe one-goal margin. . The score fairly represented the relative merits of the teams. There .wore no flukes tonight ; the offlcials were quite satisfactory, and, as a tei; the battle was over, "There is no doubt about it this time, the Iretter well-known Melville fail remarked af-jleamwon,'! :At lull time the score stood four-all,- and the teams forged at break-Jieck through six overtime periods of jfivc, minutes each uefDre the supremacy was decided. ' At halfrtimo, �with the score 4-2 against'thein, the Vies looked as If iheir chance was irreparably Icpt, but ithey palled ol! thcfir usual "up from under'' siacuggle, and finally landed on top, wieary but game; SEc|ms^^ BAN JOHNSON, AMERICAN LEAGUE HEAD, QOIiNQ TO 'FRISCO TO DISCUSS. PLANS Saturday is ladies' big day each week at the curling rink and this evening the ladies' branch of the curH ing club will be out in representative force to try conclusion in the first games for the H. A.' Wright trophy and other prizes put up by the well-known local jewelry store. Two sheets of ioe will be teaervod for these contests.. Here are the rinks that will meet and thfe time of play : AT 7.15 P.M. Mrs. Aird vs. Mrs. A. Bawden. ' Mrs. Sehl vs. Miss Stewart. Mrs. Bawden vs. Miss Buchanan.,^ Miss T. Patrick vs. Miss U. Nim-mons. Miss Agar vs. Miss Sang. Miss Patrick vs. Miss Kane. 9 P. M. DRAW Miss Nimmons vs. Miss L. Bawden Mrs. Dooloy vs. Miss Pound. Miss Held vs. Miss Tillcy. Mrs. Seatle vs. Miss Aird. Mrs. Stacey vs. Miss Henderson. � Mrs. Marshall vs. Miss Hlginbbth-am. MEN AT PLAY Five matches in the local competitions were played of! last night. They resulted as follows : T.R. Davidson.. 6 Jas, Aird ....... S K. D. Johnson...10 R. S. Smith ... 7 C. E. Carberry.. 5 J, S. Smith ... 7 R. R. Davidson.. 8 H. Boyd .}........11 Geo. Stacey.......12 A. McCulloch.. 8 TABER RINKS HERE Two rinka from Taber were due to arrive here today for challenge games for .the Cadillac trophy. The rinks picked to oppose the invaders will be composed of the foillowing. Jas. Aird, K. D; Johnson, \Vra. Scott, J. A. Reid, L. W. Clark, J. Marnoch, W. J. Nelson, K. P. Stew-Vancouver B. C--^''''"^^^?"I "There will be no games in the local vrorld's hockey series between the competition today it the rink, jdiampionsot the Pacific CoaBVH^^^^ John Marnoch of the key league and the National Hockey L^thbridge Curling club, reports ev- coast organizatioji, returned from Captain A. S. Nesbltt, cricketer. O. C. S. Glllant, cricketer. Captain the Hon. A. E. S. Muihol-land, cricketer. Lieut. T. E. Lawson-Smith, orlol^et-er. SE NOT TO BE PLAYED TROUBLE BETWEEN PATRICKS AND N.H.A. OVER PLAYER TOMMY SMITH Seattle yesterday and announced that the peace agreement between-bis league and the N.^I.A, had bean abrogated by the coast magnates and all intorcourso between the leagues was at an end. The refusal of the N.HA. to live, up to the terms of'the agreement in the Tommy Sml'th case caused the coast league to take this course. v TOMMY .MCCARTHY'S RECORD. Tommy MoCarthy, the veteran heavyweight, who has been making SiiffiniTirriMjf for 15 Years Until He Trirt�Fruit-a-tives" Oi A. WHITE, E�a. ai WAi.i;ACB Avs., ToxoMTo, Dec. Zand. 1913. "Having been a great .lufferer from Asthma for a period of fifteen years (sometime^ having to sit up at night for weelcs st a time) I began the use of "Friiit-a-tivea". These wonderful tablets relieved me of Indigestion, and through thq. continued use of same, I am no longer . distressed with that terrible disease. Asthma, thanks to "Fruit-a-tives" which are worth their weight in gold to anyone suffering as I did. I would heartily recommend them to slluSiifferers from Asthma, which I bclieye is caused or aggravated by Indigestion". d. a, WHITS For Asthina, for Hay Fever, for any tioublecausedbyexcessivenervousness due to Impure Blood, faulty Digestion or Constipation;' take ' Fmit-a-tives'' 50c. a box, 6'fiif $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Ximited, Ottawa: San Francisco, Jan.. 15.-Basjoroft yohnBiw,: _presidcnt^_tho Amfaican York aino* he land- 'league, purposes ^oommg^^^ Novem*er, made his early Cisco m_the_sprmg in connection with j ^j^g Nebraska, bitUter went to a plan to have a second world's championship baseball series here on !the grounds 6f the Panama-Pacifio exposition next fall; immediately after the regular series is played, in, the east. /, : , , �, . This' information. was contained- in a letter from Johnson received today.l by Wljliam A; Lange, ohairraan of' Ithe exposition committee on professional sports, who proposed the.plan. Johnson said it'iv'ould be necessary, in order to have a series here, to amend the bylaws of his league and ito obtaJn the consent of the Pacific Coast league and the San Francisco club to play oh-grounds other than ,thoso of the dub here.  He believed, however, that those details could be easily arraugt-d,. DOOIN ACCEPTS CINCINNATI TERMS Montana, and \got hlB start, the place Whei-e the late Btaatey Ketcbel first gained-fain^. McCarthy has been boxing since 1910, but his, greatest showing has been during 1914. Ho started out>by beating Jack looter, in twelve rounds at Ltfwlstoh,; Mont., and followed with a draw with, Bob McAllister, the California'^boy whom Jim Corbett picked as another champion, McCarthy repeated his victory oVer Jack Xiester and thien. weiit east with Heniry IrsUnger, whom he had beaten in one round in 19ia. Trsllngor became his manager. In New York Tommy beat George Ashe, and knocked out Jack DrlBCoIl in two rounds, and also had th'a best of 'Battling Levinsky and Terry Kellar, MoCarthy Is not a big frtlow, scaling just 184 pounds, but he hits hard enough to weigh 250. All the heavyweights are showing a very great regard fOiT hlni. dlBtriot' bonRpiel here' Tuesday, Wed" nesday and Thursday of next/Week. M0NARCH8 LEAD WINNIPEG SENIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 15.-The champion Moharcbs took the lead in the Winnipeg senior hockey race here tonight, when they downed the Victorias by the scor� of 6 to 4, after the slowest and most uninteresting game itlay-ed In the league in yearaj. The Vies were leading 2 to 1 at half-time, and had much the better of the play, but this was chiefly on account of the heavy penalties' handed out to the Monarchs, who Beldoin had a ',tull seven on the ice. VERMEULEN, BADLY , WOUNDED iLondon.--Jean Vermeulen, splen- WARREN KERRIGAN IN THE 3RD COMPLETE STORY OF THE;"TER-BENCE O'ROURKE" SERIES-THE STORY WHICH MADE THE "POPULAR" MAGAZINE POPULAR. Great War Story "The Winged God" A 2 REEL STORY OF SPIES AND REVENGE. NEW YORK WORLD:-"A story which ellnfls to the memory." U. L. WEEKLY:-"Easily the beat of 0'Reurk� aeries of complete atorlw.". ALSO The 13th Episode of your favorite Serial You Must Sec This Episode Entitled THE JAWS OF DEATH STARLAND li � THE MASTER KEY TONIGHT : : STARLAND MAGRATH WILL GROW BEETS Edmonton,-, Jin. 13.-With, the In-teiation- of � fostiering the amateur boxing game iii Edmonton, a hranch af sport that lias: been sadly neglected in the ' past fewvypars, the Edmonton Amateur Atlilejipi^ club has been organized with/jiii'iepresentative list' of responsible citizens as officers. The club has aPP^%'3i6 the Alberta Ama-�teu'r AthletiC'lifespciation for affiliation, and alientfertainraent's held under its auspicesflj^-ill conform stirictly to the rules and, regulatlbhs oi the amateur union.*jSj , . .. The club has-jioured quarters in the old St..Re^ii?rhotel, and the'dining room has b^^fttted up as a gym-n^^sium, wfth^sfibwftt'^^bSthW,'"pdnbfiing Magrath, Alta., Jan, 14.-The farmers of this district held a meeting on Wednesday afternoon to further consider the beet question. About 100 were present, and a long discussion took iflace. Eventually it was decided to support by:all means in their power the efforts whioii are being made to retain the sugar factory at Raymond. IRON SPRINGS NOTES On Monday, the Hth, at the Hunts-ville schoolhotise, the political meeting called fot a'p.m;,- to discuss election matters, had but three participants. Two 'were a farmer and his man, the third the organiser,, Seems as if the � Coyote, Flat residents don't give a-whoop for-ppUtlCB.i / � r School .%as opened'on 'Taesday at li, Kane In diryou^V Fre"nch Snce' rn"5iS'!* iid all \>ther;.tiaining- accessor- Huntsvllle. with Miss.. 1 who last summerwon theT�f.SI: ies. Louis Scaler has .'been secured as 1 cliarp__as;^^oolmutress. .. EMPRESS 1 dHai^ The Home of The Famoue Playera W^^^ MB �';,-�, TODAY . . SEVEN REELS Olf PICTURES; COMPRISHOQ TWO, TWO^EeL SPECIAi. FEATURCS, AND THREE COMEDIES. , Alao th� HMr�t-�� llg WMkly prwant Ina the N�wi of the 1 Weriitl. Monday^ will Ibo yw� L��t Chanoe to B�e Luellle Love. LuolUe will iiitro-duce the most wonderful story of the day; - Her noiBcr b; '�'  \;Zuddra''.>> (Trade Mnh). Ex^Phiiadelphia Captain Will for Herzog's Reds in 1915, , Announcement Catch Is �Philadelphia, Pa, Jan. 15.-Charles 8. Dooln, former manager of the Phll-Mdelphla Nationals, announced tonight that he accepted the offer of Manager Heraog of Cincinnati, and that he was ready to^ign a contract, with that club at any time. Herr.og f'r CARPET BALL LEAGUE OPrBNED LAST NIGHT stated that his offerrWihlch was for a two-yoav contract at |6'000 a year, sti'il'stood. The carpet ban league opened last night with a good deal of enthusiasm marking the contests. The C.O.F. defeated the SX3JB., 18 to'6, and the Moose defeated the Postles by a score of 13 to 10. , 4>  �   �  �>  �e>   ^ � meet Jesse Winard in Juarez, March 6, according to, Andres Garcia, the Carranza consul here. 'Garcia telegraphed today to the "first chief" that Johnson was a fugitive from the United States, and suggested he must present recently issued American passports before he be allowed to, pass Jhrough any port held by the Car-rania forces. CRIPPLED 5Y RHEUMATISM 4U N.y. An., WUtiaK, M. Jm. ZOth. WUJjTou plMMKsd mc  bm ef Oin PiUi? Whtn I uat for the lut boK, I Was all onMMI,|ip With Kh�iiniatMiMnil* Connie Mack does not intend to dis-^j pose of any more of his stars. Granting that Eddie Collms was the best ball player Mack ever had, even with him out o-J the Imorup Mack will have a strong aggregation next season. True, he will not 'have any veteran pitchers, but ho is sure to have some decidedly young and promising ones, Wyckoff already having given evidence of being a coming star. Kopf, the Athletics': utility infield-er, is to be prepared to take Collins' klaoo, and while there is not a chance for him to play up to the standard of hi5 predecessor he ought to fill the �bill satisfactorily, for he will be well surrounded. Bakei;,u.^B.arry and Mcln-nis are a capable lot, who are well qualified to carry an inexperienced youngster along. , Baker has announeed his loyalty to Mack. He is out with a statement that he never dickered with the Federals and that be is 'well satisfied with his berth with the Athletics, Collins really is .'the only asset that Mack has loc-t siace,his failure in tba last world series, according to Connie's own statement. He still has a most formidable aggregation, if he lives up to his announcement tha-t he will no>t dispose of any more of hi'^ stars. REPLAY RULE FOR ENGLISH CUP GAMES SATURDAY AFTER Old Country papers; which have Just been, received, throw light upon , a question a great many footballers have been asking recently. Heretofore, in the cup ties drawn games huve been iplayed oft In midweek, but this year it has been decided that the first replay in a drawn game sha'il take iilace: the following Saturday after the game. Therefore, the six games of the, flrst-Tound of the cup- . ties will be played 'today. In the draw for the second round of the competition the Pulham team is down tO'play..,, It is, therefore; apparent that Fulliam won the game from South Shields In the first round. The cable report of the game gave South Shields a win. 1 The governor of Illinois, it is rer ported, is ready to .sign a hill that will iosuro'deaa boxing. That's rather a neat way., out of it.^ , -We, wlih Ban JoSiiison would be a bit' more; explicit'In{'his. statements Cure Your Rupture tika I Cured Mine" Old Sea Captain Cnnd' Eii Own Buptnra After Docton Said "Operate or Peath." BU BtmMy and Hook lut rne. Captain Colltncs'sailed the saas foi many years; then he suBtalned a bad double rupture that soon foraed him to not only remain, ashore, but kept him bedridden for years. He tried doctor after'dootor.anatniBa after truss. No results!, Finally, ha waa assured that he must either submit to a daneerous and abhorrent operation or die. He did Baitkert He cured himself instead. "Felbw Mm ail4^Wo�mb, Ylm^ddbl Ha*� To O* Cut Up. and,You Don't Han , , ToBeTorlurod,By.TraMM,',' .Gaptaln�CpIlInBS.,made a study of. hlmsslf, of hiSiCondltlon-^and at last he' WHB rewarded by the,, flndlng . of tbo method that'soqulpkly made,htm a well, Btrone, vigorous ,ana, happy, man., ; : ; Anyone . oan\use'tllesiimo niothodi MONDAY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE "LUCILLE LOVE" On Mondav the last InstBllment of the "Lucille liovc" serial wlH be shown at the Empress. OUiiB Installment is the prettiest onditig of a story of�, adventure yet shown In this city. After adventures that took her around the world, and after many miraculous escapes from death, &he meets her lover, Lieut. Gibson. iLucllle will present to you on that date the filming, of the most Benentlonal story ever, written: the story of Zudora and her life. This story is in twenty epl-, sodes, each of two reels^ presenting the solution of' a mystery with -a great master plot running .through'the serial.: The first, is "The Mystery of the Spotted Collar," and 'presentB In a most vivid manner' ho'w Zudoca saves her lover from being'tried oii;a murder charge. ',�: ?;!�� uditoffiim Rlii � -> ,,:-;.';:.':'yi'i-:i'i>>'( Afternoon and Evening (COVERED) Citizens Band ADULTS 41 Hi it's Blmpla,' oasvi 'salo'.anj Inexpon.slvo; IBvery. ruptured '.porson.v-Jn , ty Btiouia'.have.tbo ea the in'.'ln' the = world- -.......-......- - ... Japtaln* Gpllltiigs.'hoolt, tolling all about how-: ha 'Cured himselt,! and bow.', anyone, may ,'follow the eatno troatment, In tholr- :own home: without nny troublo.-Tlipboolc and modlclne are FRKEi .a'lieyi'wiir 1)0" Bont' prepaid to any rnptjiro suflBrer.,wljo wlU nil out the bolow'coupon. /But send It rlttht nwftSr'-Tno'W~beIoro you put down this paper.' " "THE CHOCOLATE SOLOIER'V COMING SOON T0-"MA'JeSTI.9; I "The Chocolate Soldier',; is enioyln's its third season of uniihate'd popularity, and has broken the- old rule .that ^'familiarity breeds cont�mpt.'^ In the case of this. masterpiece of, Oscu Straus and the Vleimesfe' school ;;pt music, the familiarity;that the Amerji-: can people possess ofi "The'Chocolate So Idler," w Ith Its' captivating melodies and its /scintillating^: :wlt, ihUB only made them"^ more eager ^fo- repeat the experience of an evening in the com: pany of "The Chocolate Soldier." ; This explains the coming of the ex^ qulsite opera bouffe thatvOscar Straus �and ihls ^associates fashioned^ .trodi I'George' Bern'ard  Shaw's Immcrtal I comedy "Avms and tho,.1Vlan,':''tiii tha '"Miijesuc 'Iht-atrt on Monday and TuesdsL,y, February 1 and 2. Not conr ; tent with the strength of his company jlasi" Hfcivstini ;ind'the'"wK ma U'.a-LTeaso, it i'ti3^:i.-i a; the .i'0\v.ji ,1'litia spoil that the lomantic 'Bu); y;:;T at-mb;:phere nnd -the  witching mucic cuirt: over every nudWnce. ' , � Whltn'-v Oi^erii" r"''-i, is' some- . , QOOD ICE AT . ,\ \. � Tlie PMiiie'8 � � Skating: Afternoon, and ; CV^ifnfnii !l! of aueut, C. t. Parker'* of Vaacoav has been killed In action In PrahoisifMHiCTra . Newfoundland has seotired a ioaaLiat4:mri, a million dollars through th�Impettfii;g;|g| government. ,' ' :^i}/i^>'''^SSsM ".�^aaniEoY oocpoa. Cant. W. A,'ColHnB8 (InoJ ,'BoxaUv,-,Wp,tertown, JI.'Y, . ' , . bU-, �atJpq'.qn,OTy jjart,whatever. -j, Nanie ..... Address J..,~. .... i .'j;. . . � , :,:[..-of JTr.'/^ ::^vtl:'; V u-:^�:^^;^^,'-^y/:�li^� breaks, that, every-member .shall hav^ had a grand opera training. '1�il|: means a richer and.'ttdre l^tellHent rendering'(if all the subtleties of'the 5, music, .arid'Insures a.drfijhatlc uiiljcm.'^ which- iB-all-lmnortent t"o'.the'SMCcess: of an-''opera iwhieli - off,^r> ."aB'insny, ; dramatic opportunities 'as ."nMrChoCo- j-iate soIdIerii%il:^<'\::vy 46 60 64 ;