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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Mia THE LETIfB DAILY HERALD CtABBY jEN-ROOND, NO-DECISION BOUT AT MILWAUICKE-NEW8-' PAPER VERDICT MilWa^Uiee, 'J�B.; 22.-Mike Gibbons cif 'St.'PauV^ bW a shade over Jimmy Olabbyl'the Hammond, ]jid.; mlddle-#ele*t,'ln t�n round , no decision boxWbout tonight, accoKding to the majoti'tisr o( sporting writers ait the ring-Bide.. Oibbons displayed marvellous ioot-work and wai more clever in ducking Ithan hia opponent. Both men used itheir lefts eRectlvely, Gibhjons' blows being mainly directed to the head and body, wliile Clabby played mostly tor. the body, Both men were strong at the flnisfa. Oihbons appeared to have the better ol six rounds, it wo -were .even, and two were Clabby's. Clabbf weighed 1535 and Oibbons ISA. INTERESTING .V8JXUATI0N INi NATIONAL HOCKEY AfiSav Montreal, Que;, iahV siWxhe race for leadership-in the!N.H.A; was further tied'up %;,the; results Wednesday night. Ottawa and the Wanderers remain even- for first place, each team having won six and .:lost , two. u games. Quebec Shamrockr:,who''we� Wen: In'sec^; ond position, botli' dropped a game , tonight aiid  Tbrbfctos; .tron, which brings the three teaAs to-gether.'won four, lost fbtlhCan-adJens remaju. at the tall-enft, riy>ne won, lost eight. . CURLING FIRST ROUND IN LOCAL COM-; PETITION FINISHED -CAD- ILLAC TROPHY CHAL-^ LCNGE � THE FEDERAL HAGUE APMENtS HEARD ELEVEN POINTS IN BILL BEINQ PRESSED AGAINST OROAN-iZED BASEBALL 5 'H'- B. OFT. PUTS BAN ENGLISH FOOTBALL PLAYERS UNRULY Londoa, Jan. 21.-Cup ties have resulted; in a number ot unpleasant incidents, a number of players being Bent ofl the field asd the tullowmg suspensions inflicted : G. Harrison, of Kverton, one month ; R. N. Parker, til Everton, one week ; F. Darson, of Bamsley; one mclath ; J. H. Orme, of Millwall Athletic, and W; Jonas, of ClaptoB Orient, two weeks ; F. Martin, ot Grimsby Town, two months; S. Davidson, c^f Middlesbrough, and Llnford, oi Colletowii, soroiely cautioned. GAMES IN THE N.H.A. Ohicago, Jan. 31.-The powers that control organized haaeball, or at least are said to contrql it,'were described as oppressors of minor . Joa-' gues and ball players by Keene Add-ingtott, chief o( counsel for the Federal League, in his opening address today in the anti-trust .sit against the National CommiEaion, the American League, ^nd the Katioual League Addifigtt^ cited features of the National agreements, decisioae of-ithe National Commission, and..general practices o( ba-sebsU authoritiesr ."^to show that the game isgovetoed by a group having almost absolute power, with authority to make laws, judge of mtractions ot the laws, and impose penalties foe infraotiona. FEDERAL CLUBS' SUIT The suit was filed in the name of the Federal League o� professional baseball clubs against the National League and its eight clubs,, and the American League and its eight clubs, August Hermann, Ban'Johnson, and John K. Tener, member ot the National Commission. ' / The bill includes eleven points on which players ask for relief, the chief ones of which are as-follows :- 1. That the' .National Agreement and the rules, of the National Last uiight's games finished the first rounds in the Brewery and the BSllson oompetltlons. In the Brewery, Alrd beat Shepherd, 9-8, and Stacey piled a huge score on Hugh Scott. Tom Davidson's rink was victorious in both games In this competition, having Clark and Marnoch for his victims. ,. The Ellison trophy provided the tightest game, the two Smith rinks tieing up at the tenth end,.and In the extra end, J. S. won out from Bob by one point. ; Two rinks only are left In the Brewery-^Boyd and Alrd, both having won four games, with one to play. .T. Mar-nooh's rink is runner-up in. this competition. . Boyd and Alrd will play off for the pot on Saturday afternoon. : Six rinks are left In the KUlson: J; Bruce, J. Wales. J. S. Smith, K. D. Johnson, W. J. Nelson and J. P. Hamr Uton have three games each to their credit. The play-off for this trophy will be played Saturday afternoon or night, as arranged. W. J; Nelson' and K.D,-Johnson and Jack Wales and J. P. Hamilton. The winner of the former game plays J. 3. Smith, and the victor in the Wales-Hamilton plays John Bruce In the finals. The holders of the Cadillac trophy wUr have to defend their rights tomorrow night at 7.30. Hugh Boyd and D. D. McNabb have challenged the holders, J. Alrd and Wallace Clark to mortal combat. Challenge rinks: Dr. Campbell T. Davidson Hugh Scott And. Scott Dune Duff J. P. Hamilton H. Boyd, sklD D. D. McNabb, skip . Rinks holding the trophy: J; A. Held K. P. Stewart Wm. Scott W. J. Nelson K. D. Johnson J. Marnoch Ji Alrd, skip L. W. Clark, skip ' The ladies played one game In the afternoon, Mrs. Alrd winning from Mrs. Seatle by 7 to 5. Two sheets open for scratch games tonight. CONTINtTBD." FROM FRONT PAGE followiBg members of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire and members^ ot the Lcthbridge Cadet! liattallon: "; I.O.D.E. Membara Who Are Eligible , . for Certificates Mrs. Seatle, Mrs. Donnan, Mrs. PIsher, Mrs./Marrs, Mrs. Whiddin-g-ton, Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs, L. M. Johnstone,, Miss Nimmons, Miss Hardy, Miss Conn, MIbs Hentley, Mrs. Shepherd,. Mrs. Brotlte, Mrs. Lundy, Mrs. Roy-, Mrs;: Robertson, Miss S. R. Smith and Miss li. G. Buchanan-. Mrs. A. M. PlRhet made the highest soliore,-iher-atiarkB totalling 100 per; cent. MiinyfTcachcd 08, 05, 90 and' 85^' ����r.-i.'-'-v.v Cadets'Who Passed Lieiit OTTAWAS KEEP PACE ' Ottiwa, Jan. 21.-Ottawa hockey Hioam kept pace with i*e Wanderers for the leadership of the N.H.A; last night, sdetebting the- Ganadlcns by 3 to 1 at the Arena. The ice, was fast and there was good, hockey at times, hut 'the teams appeared to-be playing I oiwly. uiiderwraps and never extended.themT' ^ selves. There wea.noL'score m the mission be declared illegal, and the defendants enjoined from operating under them. 2. That the defendants be declared to constitute a combination, conspiracy and monopoly in contravention ^ot the anti-trust statutes and that they be enjoined irom further aoing business as a Part ot satd mour JEWELRY AT DULUTH Duluth, Minn., Jan. 21.-Rochon, ot the Winnipeg Thistle curling club, won Com"' Great International Cup in the Back to the Land Movement Wiil Occupy Most of its Attention For the year 1915, the Lethbtidge Board of Trade will confine its activities to big questions, the ultimate solution of which will benefit the community at large. This was the text of Pre8id�yb Mar^ --- noch's address to the council yes- Filmer; .iCapt. Millard Robi- terday afternoon, when the matter of son, and Cadets; Norman Higmboth-am,, Oliver PuUerton, Austin Skoifch, Martin O-coghegan, John Shand, Bryan SmythB, .'Wade Ridpath, James Wilson and � Arthur Mcllvcna. :The ex'aminations were held last irionth, Dt. Cauipbe!] being the e.v-amincr.. , Germans Fear For Metz CbNTlNUED FROM FRONT PAGE a front,: have bieen' forced to give way in only..one tcgioii-that of Soissons. They are being put to a test, however, similar to that which obliged them to i rfctirc fcom north ot the AiSTie, near Soiss.^'Ms, because the Germans, realizing the danger of their communications with Metz as a re-sulti: of the Frendh advance near Pont-a-Mousson,' have;* sent reinforcements there and'have- Ijegun a battle for the the annual meeting came up lor dii posal. The most important question to; come before that meeting will b� that of finance. i\1r. Marnoch said that the Board had. several projects along the lines of better farming la view, and he mentioned the Old Man river diversion project, Avcll water supply, demonstration lieldsand farmet'g clubs. In a more practical way, the Board has Inittaited the Lethbridge Livestock Guarantors and the B ck to the Land movemimts. In North Dakota, these better farming schemes had received the undivided support of the banks with large sums of money, and in North Dakota they had done double along these lines than we have in southern Alberta. The hankers here ivould do well, if they were satisfied With the line-up of officers for 1915 to take some practical steps to help out the Board of Trade'fmanoes. Aside from- the activities already outlined, the board has mtereated it^ self, and used its inaUence toward. oftensfve .operatidns against Mlawa, a townwhioh has changed hands often Since-the commencement of the war, and it appears, as If they will again attempt-to envelop the German forces which are holding the line of the Mazurian Lakes .and avenge tbem- 3. That the dofendaJits be declared to have conspired to injure and. de- play down between'the tour teams at .their  airships-In-'droppmg bombs^ on the Northwcst'ern .bonspiel today. The -- - - - two Canucks who took tlje trophy in Wednesday's play from the United States players, settled their civil strife tcKlay in the most spectacular battle of the entire event. a positions v/hioh they lost during the past week.:-The'ilGei-mans apparently �'i!^l,J^'^J^^"^J"':;'''Zi\i.J'i'^ have.-.regained-a.portion ot them, and ?fil"Ar*^,rr,?if'- ^^^^ ;gJ^i.iof >e^ai�der Is now in S^S^^'^^^^-fli^^i 'A^E RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN i^l^^^ t^^^S^'^ ^ The Russians Jmvc renewed^ th�ir other accomplishments" ot an'uncon- troversial. nature which have turned, out tqr be of benefit.to the whole community. But other things, civ^c affairsJor instance, Mr. Marnbdi said, had been discussed at Board of Trade meetings. Just liiere was thedividin- line, because; these questions ar� corttro-; versial ;� some think � "oiie way' and' some another. This is'Mr. Marnoch's personaLsiiggestion,. and^ it.met.with considerable favor : that the time is ripe and-^opportune for having , the Boarf of' Trade "confine - itself entirely to matters upon which the community as la'';,whole wsis agreed, because when it'crosses the border-line and goes into matters on which there is a division:of opinion, its effectiveness sufters. If a ratepayers'' a,ssociation could be formed^to have civic matters under advisement ^id the Board ot Trade stand -clear of anything selves for the. defeat of Tannenburg. On the rcst1of"thc .Polish front- and in Galicia,' the Austro-German attacks are becomiog more intermittent, according to ..--the . Russian report whifch, 18 : generally brief when big evenits- are happening. The Russians continue to make'-progress against the Austrian ,'outpQjstsm the mountains between^ Bukowma and Transylvania. BABY KIIibERS EXPLAIN The Germans^i^xplain the action of towns and-.villauBes in Norfolk, Eng. bysayingrtha-fef^hey h^d tsen fired on. British airm'ijn, m turn, have TONIGHT The Fourtb Instalment of THE MASTER KEY A llirilling Story of Mystery and Romance DON'T MISS IT EXTRA r YOU'LL regret it EXTRA BIG WAR GAZETTE The Latest Sea Fighting^ Giant launched at Newcastle. England ii been-busy m Bglgium and according which might interfere - with lining up to a report froia Holland have ven- the whole community, on other, lax-tured.as far as jfessen, Rhemsh Prus- ger affairs, the advantage would be Coming home In the last three ends ' sia, where they rfeptroyed some build-- great. rirst pcHod. In the secomd, Broadbeot ste^^ _ , . , tallied-two tor Ottawa, after which, joined from continuing their conspir-Laviolette fooled Benedict on a long acy, particularly .from saymg the shot.: In the 'third Canadlens : had! plaintiffs are .financially responsible many chances to tie, but they were � and from threatemng with ^ black-unable to shoot. Pitre did a lot ot|list" any players under Federal,con- the rinks were tied. Carson played a ings.. great game,'and twice saved-himself KAISER. HASP TOTrSA'ri|&If.Y with hob shots through a port; de- - Berlin, Jan. 21,i'Via London, 7:56 I uiiuic auu u^- teating his enemy's rock With the last. p. m.-The olllciali Korddeutsche AU- husinesK and en-' stone. The contest went into the thir- gememe Zeitung today announces that teenth end,'and again the last rock Lieut. Gen. Erich ;Von Falkenhayn, saved the day and. won the cup. Ro- chief.ot the German'general itaff, has chon played a beautiful^ draw to the^ resigned as minister .ttf war. Emper- And so the Board ot Trade will Steer cltfar of municipal altairs this year, it Mr./: Marnoch xemamB at* the helm. The nominating committee was appointed as follows, and the date for the annual meeting set for February 2nd: Messrs; J: M. Altken, George tract. 4. That all contracts with players heretofore made by the defendants effective work, but his shots were wild.-,:" ';""' '  � - Lalonde and Don Smith were -taken, out in the second-period, LalMide hav-. under the National Agreement be de-]iig a sore shoulder and Smith a lame dared, as to the plaintlfls, "null, knee.'Ross played only a short time void and of. no. effect," and-that the for Ottawa., ' -defendants be enjoined from, seeking In the ,third Merrill clinched there- to, enforce such cc(ntracts against suit on a-fluky.'goal tor Ottawa. He players later signed by the Federals. ' � - � ' 5. That the defendants be ordered tee and counted, on* atid took the or William on accepting von Falken- Kerr, A. B. Stafford, T. P. Bletcher to dismiss the various actions pending against players. 6. That they lie restrained now from seeking by injunction, threats or pro-1 r/"^*'^'^ mises to prevent other players trora sholi it out from behind'and it cai-omed-olt Dubeau's stick into the nets. Play was veryclean^^ WANDERERS EASY VICTORY � Montreal, Jan: 21.-rrSendiiig : their best securing machine in against Que- Performing their several* cdntracts, bee, the Wanderers.kept pace with the' Section 7 advocates a preliminary Senators last -night, defeating the injunction covering the various mat-players from the ancient capital by-a ters, while sections 8 and 9 ask for scoreof 5 to 2. The Wanderers play-, damages and relief lor injuries done cd at their best-forin and had the the Federal League by Its rivals See-edge on Quebec at all stages of -Hie " sixty minutes playing penod.v They slowed down in � the final session; which gave, the visitors the appear-^ anceof finishing strc�iger than they started. � , The.' game. was � practically won in the opening perlcfl, when the Wanderers scored'twice and held their opponents without a 'tally.In the next session, the Wanderers , scored three , more atid' held-Quebec to: two tallies. jewelry. A tremendous crowd watched: the play. Both tlie' teams took their fult share 6t the applause. In the Patrick-Duluth event Rochon beat PliillipS:' entry 17 to 7V Ohis-lioline.beat-MacGregor,' of Butte, ,18 to 6, and Rodel of Phillips beat Carson 11 to 10 in 13 ends. The � McNabb Grand Rapids entry breezed into the finals pt the Duluth curling event tonight. "The Whyter hayn's resignation, appointed him general of infantry. Major General Wild von Hohenbom, according to the announcement, has been appointed minister-of war.  The Emperor, in relieving Lieut. Gen. von Falkenhavn, at his own request, of the ollice ot minister of war, sent him the followmg order : ' "I agree, with your reasons regarding the appointment of a new -war and J. N. Ri-fcchie. DE8CARRIES IS NOMINATED Montreal, Que., Jan. 21.-^J. A. Descarries, K.G., was selected at a Conservative convention here this afternoon-as a candidate for the Federal constituency of Jacques Cartler, to succeed the late Hon. F. O. Monk. Ad- 01 I'ori Ari�nur, iviiiier and i*aie Superior, are still going strong. ROUGH STUFF AT TORONTO Toronto, Jan. 21.-Tordnto won from Shamrocks -4". to 3 � tonight. It cannot, be said that-the champions were lucky, but it. is certainly true. Ithat ilast season's' tail-enders were unlucky;" :�,,. � - :;;,;,;; :. In' the last period, with the score thrcb all, Snilth secured'the puck and >vith.only.Holmes to beat, skated up r-loscto the- mouth of'the goal. As -tlons 10 and 11 jisk that writs of. in-; junction and subpoenas be issued; The text, of/ the Nationnl'-agreBment' is appended to the bill of complaint. BRITISH GOLFERS TO - TOUR THE STATES Boston, Mass., Jan;  22.-^That the leading golfers of England will visit America this year-V play exhibition matches and compete -for tlie open championship of the United' States, is Intimated In recent advices from-England. Harry Vardon.'iBdward Ray and George Duncan Intended to make- a trip several months ago; it was stated, but nothing developed, and- no'W" arrangements are being\made by these three English players to come to America this year. /NEW BOWLING RECORD Detroit, Mich., Jan; 21irr^Tl}6 ?Detroit he was about to shoot, two. or three Journal bowling team today, claimed a of the Toronto's players threw their' world's record for.a.singlo.game, hav. sticks and: spoiled Smith's shwt. The penalty of the offenders was the put-^ ting pfl '^of McQilTin and his replace- � mentOiy another-man. �:. The .game was. strenuous throughout and .the penalty bench was seldom iinoocupied. Shamrocks, had the . major, portith of the. penalties, WOLQAST TO FIGHT NELSON Cadillac,' Mich., Jan. 21.-Ad Wol-' east- ? today:, wifed Promoter Jimmy Johnston of Ne%'York that, he Would, t^ocept the termsf offered for a' fight �> with -BattHng, Nelson on February 22, the fifth anilflversary of the forty-:round..:battle at Port'Richmond, which' ::tave :Wolgast the -lightweight cham'-�: VplonsUlp.;tThe scrap-will be staged In >tadlsop Stiuare Galrden.: Wolgast. al- -bo �has::agreed to fight Joe. Mandot In' 'New Orleans on February, ,,f',Y.M.'0,A. CHECKER^/TbURNEY , ^Entrants ot the chepker.tournament' ,, now'being held .af.the'vy;'^. .are re-' minded that gam,eB,nrfi tjlayedjyefli,, Ing made a total of 1240 ;pllns In, a five-man team match on local alleys last night. The prevlousf record isi said: to have Deen 1213. Inasmuchvas the score was made In competition, accompanied i.by officlal.,scorers, 'It Is claimed.the record skould stand. The high. Individual score was 279, made by Captain John Ilikglns. CANADIAN LIGH'TW.EiGHT CHAMPION 'IN "EVEN GO Vancouver, B.C, Jan. 21-Charley Bums, Canadian !iehtwelght champion; had a dose, call for his title: tonight; when Billy: Soules,J;ex-amateuri champion, ot the northwest, held him, oven in a-: whirlwind- four-round; battle. It was a sluggipg matphifrom start to^ finish, -with honors even. ! N E W U Ni PI RE .^FOR' NATIOnA i, \ .Harrl^burg, Pa., Jan.' 21-:-iQeorgo Cocklll, jmanager of the iKtarrlsbn?g Trj-State team, U'as been/iappolntea; an .upjp\re.-lii the 'NaiJonwl' loagu'e tbday-by :^resident'John I^^:.r Mr. Flentlng, Baritone Sololet, will alng. 1 :; : MONDAY The Second Epiaode of Zudora. Read the story in the Weekly Telegram-then see the film. ' Thio is the beet oe^ iai ever published^; m The eleventh provincial bonspiel opened at Calgary yesterday, and like) neutrality-ofithe air has any import-any unadvertised event gives promise i-grtfce it; oatmot le dOubt-ed" that the ot being a "Illvver." There are only 35 rinks entered, of which number 29 are from Calgary, making a: dainty little draw of six rinks for the Visitors': competition. Of the Calgary clubs, Victorias' have eleven rinks entered, the Thistles nine, and the Civlcp sevf en. Fourteen sheets of ice arein use,-six of these being- situated on Hornby's lake In Victoria park. The committee in charge of the. bonspiel ad^ vertises itSOOO In trophies and prizes;, so nearly every curler competing should carry home at least one prize, making It the most satisfactory bon. spiel m Alberta history.-Edmonton Journal. NEWARK TO IN GET PLACE FEDERAL LEAGUE . New York, N.Y.,.Tail. 21.-While, sport writers and baseball -men, have been disposing of "old Arthur Irwin,'' deposed Yankee scout, Irwin has been busy organizing a syndicate In Newr ark, N.J., to take over the Kausas City franchise of the Federal league, according to reports from Newark., The admission: of Newark, with Sunday games. Is -said to have found 5favor with Federal magnates.- Under this arrangement, Newark, Brooklyn, Baltimore and Buffalo would constitute the eastern half'Of the ^league,; with Pittsburg shifted to the western sec-, tlon. . , , :*::�..-::-. �: RECORD Zeppelins violated it on their return from ;th�\.Norfolk raid, says an Amsterdam despatch to the" Times. Reports- from man v points agree that two, German airships passed over Dutch ternrory. . i t', � FAMOUS GUINESS IS DEAD i:Dublin,Vila London, 'Jaaj 21.^The death' is annduuccd of Lord Ardilaun CArthur Edward Gulness); who was tajmousifor his charitable, and phil-, anthroplc 'works, and who at one time ,was theJiead ot the: great Guiness breweries, which he and his brother, BdVard, inherited. He waa born in 1840. ONEFOUR NEWS Ouefour, Jan. 7.-Mrs. August Flora is visiting at the'Hat. The dance at tlie farm home of Pete Borgnes, Corarey, New Year's .night, was a giaat social, success. Amajjg the guests from Onefour were Mr. and Mrs. O. D. GreenO, Misses Maggie and Alice Greeno, Miss Myrtle Weth-erelt, and Ted Southworth. The One-tour orchestra furnished the music. T. L; Duncan gave a spread to the bachelors on New Year's Day.The principal i items on the bill of fare were poultry,'pork,; potatcis, pickles; pie squash; preserved citron, all raisr ed in Onefour this dry year ot 1914, "and: nobody hungered when the table was: cleared away. There was also.some pot cheer and pedro-the latter, an interesting : game played with cards printed m varied? designs. FOR PINS FIVE. AT .Y.M.C.A. .1 High record Ktr the game of '0> flve-plns; was huU'g up at the 4i Y.M.C.A. last night by L. A. Car]ey;;ln. artournament game. i^,: He made 8Q^pln^ .ln;ione''game. .This not only stands as a city ^record; but'Itistands' highest at\-announce to tliefcjtootUm'i-plc.-' ture fans of IiethbTldmitt#t r ^ " secured the rjitat , pi i ,.lh� i, which thatJiliMg^ti.Bt)ili?#Sli-_ -acts herbsatirole, "i^aMf^ Blenii'^lln "The PrimftlyVlMtincti'^ TWb' 1b, a beautiful\BtorY;, aPPlptlng;.1n.'tf- m�^t; startling manWr the dreama ot fc ih^: em Bocety'.'wbibiui tritnB�>nted back to tbe Mve'agea.'' Elena, the'-'wlte^of, a' world-rendvned^ surgeon.; decHee to leav^ her'hutband; because,her, bus-band nelectB'her for hlB-soiencef in: TlBltlng the"-'Btudlo'pf-'^her former Bweeth�art;"8he^ laU^^-tHfleePf-and' has: a'�i��oBt',wonaiPVB.dTsam,,^ln.whicK aha bees''hersell and. b^fjfgndfl w,e wet� thousandB'^'of yei^fk?;!'ln. the stpne age.' tBlena'B dr^apSStttfjlijSw^-tlve man's attaoki,upon �',Uoii;^^6,.f% ther'B rescue of" tUe,, ba&y^,Irap; the; raging flames,-, are ixiat'-a, t^'^M IncldentB t;bat make thtaltte most re-fnarkable production of'.the'year., The Hear�t-S(3llK Ne'ws Pictorial i�hWB; the latest "aad best plcturps.'v Remember, the orchestra Is,agalnS,T}nder'.theJe�d-ershlp ot'B. F.'-PreemaKi ; "THE* .MASTERi, KEY-f , J , 'AT'%8T,A,9tA,Nft;( A mad-plunge. o%Rv- the'-motintain .slde^l Ink-bridge iotpJa-^CT gp?l's''bvt^Wi�CA?�! Weekly, "'.Trhldh' oontalna; esting BcWes from tWfuu clUding'^theilBunchii! ..... ' lBnt,,the' B-34++D 39 ;