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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1915 THE LETHBRtDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE �:;;i> CLOSE CONTESTS MARK GAMES FOR WRIGHT CUP LADIES' COMPETITION AT CURL-INCi RINK FURNISHED RARE SPORT The gamas in- the. compelition for the Wright Cup at the Curling rink on Saturday olgbt, played by the lad-lee, were fu'il of lUrills. A large as-aomblage of spectatorn witnessed the Iceenly-contested events, the curling shown by the ladies being' of a superior order. Oreat interest centred in the game between the rinks of Mrs. Seatle and Miss Alrd, whlcj) at the eighth end resulted In a tie, requiring an extra end, when Mrs. Seatle obtained ttie desired point by the 'steenth'of an inch. The foilowlng are results or the games Miss Dora Nimmons.lL, Miss S. Piit-rttk 7. Mrs. Alrd 9; Miss A. Bawden 7. Mrs. .Seatle 6, Miss Alrd 5. Miss iL, Bawden 10, iAIiss B. Nim-mons 7.. LOCAL CURLING RINKS WENT TO TABER SATURDAY AND WON MATCH Lethbridge has regained possession Of the Cadillac curling trophy. Taber took It from'Lethbridge a short while ago, and two rinks, skipped by James Aird and L. W. Clark, journeyed to the Tab^rites' home on Saturday, and brought it back after a hard contest. The Issue was decided by Just two liolnts. Alrd's rink In their contest with Patterson's quartette, played a. 12 to 12 tie, -whUe Clarke's men put It over Anderson's by a 12 to 10 scars, and decided the match. The scores: 12..James Alrd vs. R. Patterson.. 12 12. .L.W. Clark vs. B.W. Anderson. .10 24 22 It was reported Saturday that the match was to take place here; that was an error. SID ENaLISH CUP R�PtA;YS Jjondon, .fan. l8.-:-Pollbwlng 'are tiie resu'its of the Knglish Cup replayed matches Saturday: Birmingham 3, Crystal palace 0. Bristol, Rovers 0, Southend United 0. Chelsea 6, Swindon Towh 2. Manehestor City ,3, Preston North End 0. Newcastle United 3, West Ham United 2. Plymouth Argyle I, Bury 2. Following are the results of scheduled league football games played on the grounds of the first-named clubs; First Division Aston Villa 0, Sheffield Wednesday 1 Bradford 3, Notts County 1. Uverpcol 2, Sunderland 1; Manchester United 4, Bolton Wanderers 1. Middlesborougli 5, Bverton. t. Oldham Athletic 3, Blackburn R. 2. Sheffield United 2, West Bromwich Albion 0. Tottenham Hotspur 0, Bradford City 0. Second Oivdion Fulham 0, Arsenal 1. Glossop 1, Lincoln City 2. Hull City 2, Leeds City 6. ].�lcester Fosse 2. Grimsby Town 0. Nottingham Forest 3, Huddersfield Town >. Stockport County 2, Clapton Orient 0. Wolverhampton Wanderers 0, Derby County 1. Southern League Millwall Atljletic 0. Reading 1. Cardiff City 3S, Gillingham 1. Hxeter City 2, Norwich City 0. Queen's Park Rangers 4; Southampton 3. Portsmouth 1, Croydon 1. Scottiah League Clyde 3, Aberdeen 0. Queen's Park 0, Airdrieonians 1. Motherwell 1, Ayr United 1. Falkirk 0, Celtic 1. Kilmarnock 4, Dumbarton 0. Hearts 3, Dundee 8. Ralth Rovers 1, Hamilton A. S. Partlcfc Thistle 3, Hibernians 1. Morton 0, Rangers 1. St. Mirren 2, Third Lanark 0. JOHNSON UP AS' IN AIR TO ALLEQIANCE Doesn't Know Whether He Belongs to American League or Feds Chicago, in;, Jan. ,16.-Walter Johnson is said to be greatly worried. Baseball clrc'iea here today were Interested In an announcement that Johnson would issue a public statement within a few days, explaining that he now does not know wiether he belongs to the Federal league or to the American league. He is quoted as saying that Fred ClarkG, Pittsburg, and Clark Griffith, Washington, persuaded him into believlug that he belohgTB to' Washington. Since then, he has heard arguments to the contrary that put him up in tbe air. He will welcome court action to dieelde 'where, he be'iotigs. 1-+ + ^ + Tlicie will be no start made in the district, honspiel here this week. The soft turn in �the weather has blastsd ail hopes of the Lethbridge Curling Club in being able to pull oft the 'Spiel tomorrow, as scheduled, or any o\fher time tkis we�k. It has been postponed by the bonspiel committee [or one week. The decision of the committee was made knc(wn to Ibe Herald at 2 o'clock this afturnoon. ! v 'h V "J" CHESS CLUB SELECTS ROOM IN SHERLOCK BLOCK TAIN'ED -OPEN WELCOME TO CHESS PLAYERS OF CITY' RE- REGINA STRONG FOR BASEBALL THIS YEAR Regina-The fact that the national 'association of professional hasefaall leagues granted the Western Canada league perm!s.slon to. suspend o^pera-tions in 1915 does not mean that there will be no professional baseball here next summer. In securing this permission President Ploming merely took this precautionary step with the view of playing on the safe side in case conditions are of a nature that will not warrant the playing of professional baseball in this country in 1915. The same permission was granted to the Canadian and Northwest-em leagues, and yet there is a very strong pcssibility of both these organizations doing business as usual at the otd stand. LOOKING FOR PLAYERS Should there he any kind of a favorable break in the war clouds niaklnR prospects look brighter on the baseball horizon than they are at present then there is a chance of the Western Canada league coming to life. President Westman, of the local club, is anxious tor the game and up till very recently Manager Charley Stis has been on the scout for players in the hope of giving Regina a championship team in 1915. A.s the situation stands now the Western Canada league can either play or not play without being in fear of jeopardizing its interests in any way. MOGULS SHOULD ACT There is one phase, however, which the league should not lose sight of and that is that they cannot wait until late in February to come to some final decision. If there is not.to be any baseball in this, country next 'summer then the league moguls should be given plenty of opportunity to dispose of the players they now hav� in resetve. In order to accomplish this with any degree of satisfaction, arrangements should be made to have the date of the ' adjourned annual PORTLAND BEAT VANCOUVER IN SLASHING HOCKEY GAME First Defeat for Vancouver Team Coaat Leasue In Vancouver, B.C., Jan. 16.--In one of the roughest matches of the; sea* soil Portland broke Vancouver's Winning streak in the Pacific Coast Hockey race last night,..and won liy a score of 3 to* 2. TJae players mixed It freely and penalties were numerous: "SI" GritfiB was put out of the ganie in the third period and fined $10.00 for rough work. The absence' of "Cyclone" Taylor from the Van-' couver ranks, weakened the locals. The teams were even until the last couple,of minutes of the final period when Oatman scored the winning goal for Portland. The Lethbridge-Chess club has secured room number 21S in the Sherlock block as its headquarters. The mem)i*rB wiW meet^thero on Tuesday, the l$th, at 8 p.m. As at present arranged, this night will be the weekly date for meeting during the present season. Anybody interested In chess and wishing to take up.the ganie will �be welcome. The membership tee 'will be almost nominal. Those desirous of joining, and who are-unable to be pre;aent on Tuesday, can obtain all Information by applying to the hbn. secretary of the CAess club,. D. A. Smith, 621 Thirteenth street South. The club Is open to ladles; From its Ini-lal success in membership the Chesa club promises to be an attractive and flourishing centre, At present no provision is made for chesg boards and chessmen on the premises. This is a detail which will be attended to as this club progresses. So 'bring your boards and men. ' Tournament games ara now going on,-and are.open to nerw-comei-e. Matches will be arranged later. The headquarters are commodious and ceritralj with the advantage of ac-pomniodatlon b'einc^ able to be added to as the need warrants. MURRAY FOR BENTON I'rof. 'Frank B. Lakey declares everyone reaches bis highest efficiency on'June 15, and the lowest on Octo-iber IB-Connie Mack win admit this, especially the October 15. New York, N.Y., Jan. -1�.-An. unofficial rumor here today says that Red Murray, Giant outfielder, had been traded to Clncinoati for Rube Benton, who last season was the Reds' leading hurler. The rumor has neither be�|i oonfirnied or denied by Giant of-flolals. World of Sport in 1914 was Full of Freaks, Disappointments, Surprises and Troubles 'Twas a run old year.; full of freaks, disappuintments, surprises and trouble, for ithe professionals, and lair surcessfor the amateurs. Here are * few of the notable points ; worth mentioning abont the d'cceased though t^sydo sav we should speak notJiing but good of the dead:. A despi'Sed ' tall-ender won tbr world's 'baseball champidnsliip. A baseball league' appropriated $250,000 worth of assets^ without having to pay or submit to prosecution. United States developed the greal^-est tennis playec in the world, yet lost the Davis cup. ' A M'orld's ch�mpionslvip baseball factor quit the wason a money loser. J\n amateur foail^U team, Harwrd, made more coin th�n any prolesslon-al baseball club in:country.: ThelBigest crowd :at.,:piolessional haseball' game was iMiOOO an.a^^^ >i�ur.':eame^t Cleveland sttrMitod an attenaaiice estimated caralully at �f2,00Q'., � - Vr / � , 16 and 50 played, tennis than played the national game, in cities. Walter Johnson signed on contract which called, for him to receive approximately $5 every time he threw a ball to the batter. Vic Hanson fought 16 rounds, receiving apfroxi-mately �J|,cents for each blow received. He lost, too. Pitoher Bender woo 17: games and lost three, yet was unconditionally released. - The White Sox paid $50,000 ( world's record pric�) for an infieider, then hired a bush league manager. Ous Williams, once notftd as the joke of tjie outfield, did not drop a flj^ ball: during the season. Walter Lnveronz, who was met at the lioat by l^resident Hedges with a bag full oi coin, won one A^otory during the year. And' that's just a;beginning. Per^ hapB,tbeyUl be able to stralgbten out on Man Dope next season, but lie certauUy is badly bent }ittt,�t pt��- Ott't. ' ' � , Tiie. tML-Touad pame will b^Md no swh .bulldogs as.,�eW9nv,.,'ij.., V'*^'>| ALMOST-FAINTED IN THE STREET In Daily Fear Of Death-Until "Fniit-irtiftt" Brouglit Relief. CHATHaH, ONT., April 3rd. jgT3. "Some two years ago, I was a great �nfferer from XnaisesUoii. One day my eye caught a- billboard of "Fniil-a-tives" and I-- said to myself "if Pruit-s-tiyes will build me up like that, it is good enough for ine". I bought some. , After taking tliese wonderful tablets for only three weeks, I found myself wonderfully improved. In � short time longer, 1 cnred myself entjrely. My case was no Uebt one, either, Gas; would often fornin my stomach and I was in daily feir that it would get around my heart and kill me. '' Fruit-a-ti vcs'' is Uie only remedy for Indigestion". C. T. HIU... 50c. a box, 6 for $2 50. trial si;:e 25c. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-�-lives I,iniited, Ottawa. TIEINffiN.H.A THE 0TTAWA8 DEFEATED WANDERERS IN A VERY FAST GAME IN OTTAWA Ottawa, Jan. 17.-In the piesence of a record crowd, tiit; Ottawas defeated the Wanderers last niRht by '1 to 3, thus tying them Cor first place in the N. H.^A. championship race. It was fast hockey, marked by terrific checking add bc^y work, and the Ottawas Clearly earned the verdict. The crowd hattsred down doors and windows in tl�e wild scramble for seats. At 8.15 the rink was packed and the police ordered the doors closed, hundreds being turned away. About 7,000 succeeded in getting in. CANADIENS LOSE AGAIN Montreal, Jan. 17.-Showing unmis-taiiable signs of the gruelling battle which they went through at Quebec last Wednesday, the Canadiens went down to their, seventh consecutive de-teat on Saturday night at the Arena, �t: the hands of the Ontarios, to the �tune of 7 goals ip 1. TORONTO/BEAT QaEBEC Toronto, Jan. 17,-In a game which was almost devoid of any redoeraing features, the Champion Torontos before a fair crowd at the Arena last evening defeated the Quebec team 3 to 1. Citizens Cioniniittee Peel Their Gbafe and Attack the Estimates CONTINUED. FJBpAri'^jRONT^ loo.much. Mr. Llbyd thought he was due for a cut. Mayor Hardie said that a reduction �.. " w V i  of the staff in this' department was .Tm^ Sm^ t^^f.,.^=rv t^'^'m^j ^ out of the question as he had been some time m January. It will take, by the underwriters that a reduction of one -or- two men would increase the rate'5 cents, making a total of $30,000 m the insured property in the city, enough to operate the whole department for a year. The only item touched in the police estimates was the question of revenue from skit, machines. A number of ma-ehines are in operation in the- city, and apparently the revenue was not enough. They should either be cut out or taxed, It was aRjrecd tbat the committee should meet again tonight, and cverv second night thereafter, until the work was completed, >TlK)se attending were : Aleck. Johnston, L. M. Jcftnstone, K.C., C. P. P. Conybeare, K.C., Wm. Lloyd, Lewis' Moore, H. Jrtwett and F. Lamcs-feld, representing the Trades and Labor Council, G. R. Marnoch, A. J. Blackbume, Dx. McClure, J. D. Hig-inbotham, J, M. Aitken, A, M. Marshall, the commissioners, the city clerk, and City Solicitor Ball. Throughout the meeting the larger qiiestitfn, namely: "What are wc going to do if air the taxes don't come in, which they won't )" appeared with discomfiting regularity. some little time to dispose oi the players to the advantage of the different clubs and the league executive should not leave everything over until the last minute. Unless they are sold or leased by February in case there is no league here next seascti, all the players will become, free agents. BOXING UNDER BAN IN MONTANA Missoula, Mont., .Tan. IB.-Boxing in Montana became a thing of the past on January 1, when the referendum which voted out the'Kiley boxing bill became effective. Legalized boxing was staged the last two years under an expert commission, which did effective work and raised the plane of the flstio game in the state. ., � � '- � 'VARSITY BEAT YALE , Toronto, Ont., .Tan. IT.-Ya'ie University hockey team of New Haven, made their initial appearance here yesterday when they played an exhibition game with Varsity intorool-leslate teem and were defeated by 3 to 3. Two periods were played, the first under N.U.A. rules and the second under Ontario Hockey asscciattcn. Varsity's scoring was done in the first period, Yale tallying only one. BOXING BILL FOR MICHIGAN Lansing. Mich., Jan. 16.-A bill will be introduced during the present session of the state legislature providing far the legislation of 10-round boxing decision contests In Michigan, and the appointment of a commission to have supervision of Uie sport. From a poll taken of the members of the 'legislature it appears that the chances of the bill's pasBaRe are good. The Michigan measure, which is patterned after the laws of Wisconsin and New York, contains a provision that decisions bo given by tho referee, DUFFY BEAT DUNDEE Milwaukee. Wis., Jan. 16.-Jimmy Duffy of Lockport, N,Y, out-pointed Johnny Dundee of New York in a 10-round, uo-decislon boxing match last night, according to a majority of sport writers at tho ringside. Duffy weighed 136 and Dundee 127%. WHAT CATAMH IS It has been said that every third person li troubled with catarrh in some form. Science has shown that nasal catarrh indicates a weakened condition of the body; that the secretion of the mucous �leinbranea are qmckly affected, and local treatments in the form of annffs and vapors do little, if any good^ To correct catarrh yon should treat its eawr, by en(:k)ttar yoitr blood with the all-food ia a��lt'� Bmnlsion which U  Btiieittal lo94'anriMiw-tonic, ttf fawK'lwnafDlitlrufa acaipiatea:J Try it, Urn ^nmftBfwac:�MWi�,WM today';and: to-: morrow. Hugo Loubouciue; the>lnter- Jieretoforo he had used "to-.defeat those who opposed him. Plan as a J :man Willi-junfores^eniff'circumstances;:} .^rise' which: ,Nconfound"> reason ..'aiidi; place the work of a lifetime at naughty Jt .happened thupcwitU Loubouque: �iu-cllle; finally outwits him,'and. secures, the valuablesipapers from, hlm,^ aad^ dei livers tbemuto the seoretarj^-of .war,: She .also"meets and forgives rUeuti Jjibson; for mlsjuaglng her. Lou-iSiouque'wrotem his diary, "My debt.of ^ate -toward Sumpeer Love Is cancell-.odi for no hate.can outlive love in tlie .rman'who has'known Lucille." �Louljouque loved Lucille. ' 73 ;