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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONpAV, JANUARY 25, 1915 THE DAILY HB^RALD PAGE THRBB, MwtM�l,JJan. a4.-8lKwrin)saiclat-Ing reracsal of fom over all oC their previous eSorts, CanwltcnB deteatod 'febe Wanderms in their scheduled Ns-'tional Hock�y aasocia'bioti fls|yur� at, the arena on S*fc�i!day night hy a score ot 1 to 1. In winning thte �am� i:be flying F^enobmen, admintmered tho 9Bvore�(i to!js*).ng to Wanderers that they have teceiyeii this season, as both ol tbeir piovious, losses were by a^ singia goal. QUEBEC BBAT SHAftlROOKS Quebec, J�n. 24.-By the aid of Malone and Rfitobie, Quebec outplayed the. Shamtoctw in every department last night, the final score being 4 to 1. At that visitors were lucky to get away withojit a white-wairti, lot their (tC'lo goal was 3 Jhike. Ji�b before the game ended, Tommy Sntirtb, who waa in tt� oocnerbeMnd the net, ahot the pruk iabo the center and it struck Mujniaeey and r�bo�need pas* Moran, inerer giriag him a ohmiee. BOY PLUNOeH YEilWlR WB08 YOWKJ rlago of Joe Yaager, fdmaviy oni the jiKMt darioK pluaB�n)!.0B % " York tdrf. to IHlfien. ItoinaU. S'rencb Uok ^tmi^Tvf, ^f*'.!^: Bounced yMtacte^-. , Yeager �aCltT 0. Dteighton and^Il'ove 2, OaDdltt-City wioh.CityiS.jLuton Town 1. .,,.,��am Uniiisdlt; PartsnioiiWi 3. '"^jSfiwuth Argyle-3, Sviirioa town- amtiton 1,.Queen's I�ark Ran-. �m�ton 4, J Mil Iwall v 'Atlitetio slial Palace-Cfoydon Common, Ru� mm El Paso,. Tex., Jan... 23.-Tliere la no uoo^takty alt all about the JaclE Johason-Je�s Willacd bat)tte>teiiig decided at the otiier end.of the iateraa-naonal brldae on Match 6. A* least promotec Jack Curley, at i*e bead ot -the syn^ata'handliiq; the aRa^r, says! so, and the oiic��miBl�noeB bear him out in iibiii psoMlctiatt. ' Curley leaoiied bete a couple of days ago and is beglDalng to make things hum: H� opened offices at once, tiimd forces KBcl^gav to get .busy wiftb ar- (HtiitcMta.. The .seating, plan for the ai-esa i^Doady is dcaivn up and will be b^wipi5intedjt?cd�y. IBw willj^be a'bjff oatltleiaeft'a ooa-v�i�totL herethe Week ot the cowtest a��l;i+ � is e�p�ctad' this will be worth ait'latiet $20,0W to the bout ov^r the riwir. .rkck. Johnson will be in the city B^f later l/han.'lWjruary 15, his con-tra^t?balling fat at least'three weeks ol!^IW��l .twork v in Juarez before the o%4*'st.H� will o�ne up through MNJiioa, landing at Vera Cruz. Milwaukee-Thougfc Mike aibbons is generally conceded to have had the best of his ten round ko with Jiimny Olabby here last night, it is doubtful If the Hgbt will serye to settle the disp^uted queati(m of the niiddlewoiglit championship. Already there is talk of a twenty-round fight between the two men to decide tl�a ohampjonship. Statements madevby tl�e the battle follow : WHAT GIBBONS SAID Mike Qribbons :-"Clabby jil'e ma,a great light,'but I think I w** on aggressiveness and clean punci}i|iiig. I also believe I oiit-generalled him,during most of the oonte^t. In tbevtajtijlij round Jdmiiiy hit mo low and to i*expectatl�BS, ^^aum total'ot Tom Andrews' djjs- intrnjont is^a matter 01 nearly n -Mie fight.had drawn the ^j:;s'at thesgate that was expected, ihe-^olab would have reaped a neat 'jrofit. As it was, the bovw:s were the only folks to pick up any real "fat." BOXERS GOT,�lO,,Vi7.90 The'battlers who pnt up the most clever scrap ever seen in this sectiou of th� country were,paid cS yesterday ;lfi�:Milwaukie�. Gibbons and Clabby ea&jtdrew down. $5,383.9,5. Tiie state ;M|^||;|'camnii(s'ion .took .^Ui.tO for itpajare, leaving ji'total of $4,928.30 ,%i^the club. OjUt of the,iclub's share weife^paiid alHoi:p*nses?incid.�ntaV to staging the coi�te|!|.'Thisj.ipcltid�d an fmditure of ll$i,00� fiQ-iTthe � audltor-'wliere.thets^,w was,held, purses tj^c centest^t* in'the three pve-limi^Vies, adivip:tisiig and other ia-ofdeotais. It is not'rbeli�v�l that.the cluK's i.profit was i-inore than $2;500, if'it reached that sum. ALL READY FOR Ti BIG 'ITiis in- llie kind ol WBiithei t.)>at makes tlio honspiel committop juliil-ant. Tbe ice at the rink in in koo.'I shape, and Uic prospect of it lio'ding good during th� spiel are GVcc^Umit. Secretary ,Jolin Maruoch has }tfe>a busy as a l;eci the past tew clays making arrangements,'assistei' of iucal lainnl lined up for tfca buiisiiiul: Ji. McAri-tiur' (.'. McCleiinghan Allen .Taclr Kennedy ;f. S. Smith D. A. Simpson \V. J. Nelson, skip .V. B. Peal, eUlxi ,H. W. Church l!". Ford Alex. Scott * Geo. Stacey, Skip W. McKenzie Win. Scott ,]ohn Bruce, skill C. .E. Oarberry T. R. Davidson 1). D. JIcNabb .lames Aird, skip 15. C. MacKenc.le Dr. D. A. Taylor R. R. Davidson" j.F.Hamllton,sklp It. .Vrkloy H. Smith .1. WnW.s A. UcCnilooh, skip P.. Uooley S. Kirkbnm .1. Alarnoch 1.. W. Clark, skip IC. (.!. Hazell .V. H. Stafford H. .1. Shepherd K;. 1). .lohnsoii^ skip (>!�, Camphell ilii^h Scott JJiiiio Duff Uugh Bo.vd, skip TONIGHT Bn rgiar.s- ill wai'tl rotic ge I' u n ex]3 e cte d r i d e. Sen how tbis happens in ' "TRAPPED IN A CLOSET" A Htcrliug- Comedy "With the P owe I fill, Hydraulic Stream Alan foi'ceH i\loiTophat's ear over the elift" this is one of the sensations in a splendid feature showing tonight TONIGHT FOR OLD TIMES' SAKE A. Western "Drama by;, an All Star ]S"estor Oast The Qiiinte.ssence -ol" . . � PictLirography - Concert Orchestra Bam t A ATHLETES 0WQA>I(2E COMPLETE COMPANY FOR WAR Ottawa, Ont.-A movement la on f�io)ti,to enrol a complete company 6O'30 athletes from here to go to ttfeiWar with lUe third expedition-art-Iftiroe. Captain EHdie McNeill, Wiul'Ufl.o.wn in sporting circles, has called a meeting of members of the different athletic associations for Friday to make arrangemeatH. W,-.a^I^toughIln, R. Gveeho and AJex;1^^ser are amongat those al-rMid&r^onr'olled, whllo Bert Stron-aijh [andi'SfdS'Hobart are asBlstins iu jetting' recrtiita from the ath-,4atio asBOClatiou. NBW WcRLB'8 RECORD IN RELAY SWIMMING N�w Y�i*, 3\'.T., .lan. 23.-A new world's ^aoerd in the amateur 200 I'ards Mlay four-man-team swimming w�B astaWlshed Jjere last night by the N�w �'^ork , A.C.! foor, which, covered tJiap SitlABce'ln ooe minute, 43 3-5 seconds, in ooi^potltlon with the Montre-aL.A-A^. ;team. The former record inbsona minute, 45 seconds. The N.T.A.C, won.a dual meet, 32 to W, from the Montreal A.A.A., the lOcal wlmmers taking every event, except the seccer water polo match. Walter Ramme, New York A.C, won the fifty yards, time 25 1-5 seconds. Harry''Sulivan, New York A.C, wai second, and S. McGill, Montreal, thitd. Jj&eph Dunn and Albert E. Downes, NeV York, took the first and second ]E.jaG*s,v..and � A, Cameron, Jlontrenl, W"as third in the fancy diving contesl. MELBOURNE INMAN TO PLAY BENNIE ALLEN Chicago, ill., Jan. 23.-Jlolbourne Inman, 'British billiard champion, today closed a match 'with Beanie Air len, the pocket billiard champion. They will play 600 bai'ls at Kansas City from February 23 to Febi-uary 36, playing 300 balls on ' an English table, and 300 on an American. LADIES m G MATCHES Delegation to Visit Premier Borden FROM FRONT PAGE. CONTINUED The ladies' 'gameo at the rirtk Saturday night worn hotly oonlested, being won by very small margins. The game between JSiiss Aird and Miss A. Bawden required aa extra end lo decide the viotor! Mr.s. Airtl won out from Miss Patrick and Mrs. Seatle from Miss Nimmoua. Miss A. Baw-den'a rink beat lliss Aird's on the extra end by ope point, and Miss Nim-mons was beaten by'Miss I,. Bav.'dens rink, 10-12. Local Competitions The final game iu the local Brewery competition 'was played off Saturday afternoon between .lames Aird an4  Hugh B'oyd, and after a neck and neck game, Aird won ont with his last rock. In the Ellison competition, there will be a replay of tha game between Jack Wales and K. D. Johnson. If the Jatter, wins out in this game, liis rink takes the Blilsbri'trophy, but if Wales is winner, then six rinks tie with three points each, and will require a play off. -The ice .comtoitiee retjuesta that players 'j^ilf'keep off the ico tonight, so that '^e'verything wi'll he in good shape for an early start for the bon-splel. Up to date there ari- ten rinks entered looaliy-'with room for lipe or two more. going -TO. see big game iWln.^peg,'>Man., Jan. 24.-Those Ifelville and ;Regina teams a'Jc going so strong in tlie^chanipiousblp face that a party of.AVmnlpeg hookey magnates proj)oses jto see the Monday ilight game in Hegina. Claude Robinson of the Winnipeg Victorias; Fred Marples ^a.nd Iiil^,:Argu'e':'df the Moh-archs, and Billy Kean, who l.s generally fomid fielding; the ball In the, senior W.H.A, matches here, left at C o'clock tills evening, on the G.T.P. for Regina, aiid will get back home iu time, for the next big game of the W. HiA..''' iMtT'archs vs. Vicsy.'iTuesday night. - ^ � FEDERALS CHARGED WITH HYPOCRISY OhicagOi Jan. 23.-Charges of "uii-olean hands" and hypocrisy were made against the Fedatal league today by George Vv. Miller who presented what is believed' will bo -the concluding argttment on the side ot organizied ball in the anti-trust suit brought by the Foderals; He declared a temporary. iMiunction asked by the Federals would the hearmg wv'ln icht tonigh't. It was said t^at.Whao �tlie statemoat by B. F. GaiiM, ckim-sel for {/he Fbdeirala, had been concluded, probably tomorrow, Judje Jjandis wouM take the case. None of the attorneys iateteated v�-ould hati-ard a'guess as'to ' wh-en a doelsion would be aiMouaoed, CMAfcE|W#'E'Tc0 ILL TO FIGHT WELSH ...-7^. New Yoi'k, J�ji. 25.-rT^6 ien round ffght. schecluled for Tuesday hisht featuring.-e;ha^lic^White, of OhicagOi and Freddie Welsh, of Kngland, .for . th?. lightweight championship, pt, the world, was postponed., for one week-last night, when White, after ah'examination by , the' , Maidison -Square Garden officials, was;.declared.,unfit td enter, the ring because,of illness..' There goes Ban - Johnson praising Judge Laadis. They'll try. to puU that baseball stuff of bulling the umpire even iu the. federal-court, � , Jack Richardson is reported to have made a killing of ^40,000 at Juarez. If he did he has a- m^itgage on the tfie'^ReV. Billy Sund^^y's argument, an IBiseliall makes him' a- wide-open Suifllty to anyone wani ing to get back at him. flie Aihoricao aBsooiaticmJs besVav rihg-ItttbU ; that I'oledo $90,000 is T��il.:inalhey. .....,i .� Jesse 'VHlard guasses lie can Vwhip ;&am Laagtdrd.. Thaiiiy.. will pm-niit him to do all the guessing he pleases; ahd will'keep him''guessing it .Jever in tlie meantime, the unemployment situation in Alberta had become very keen, and the mayors of the various cities were called into convention at Calgary for- the purpose of laying before the Dominion government the necessity of providing work for these unemployed. Each city advanced some scheme. Calgary wanted certain buildings completed' an'd the other cities wanted various things. The Lethbridge delegation, consisting of Mayor Hardic, President Mar-noch. Commissioner Grace and J. 0. Jones, representing the labor interests of the south, advanced the Old Man river project as one that would relieve the unemployment situation in the south and at the same time -work the salvation of the farmers-in the semi-arid belt who were practically dried out. The suggestion met with the favor of the other delegates, and the labor men lined themselves up with it unqualifiedly. At the call of Mayor Costello of Calgary, the city council appointed Mayor Hardie as Lethbridge's repre-ssntative to Ottawa, but it was decided on Saturday that it would he advisable to take three delegates instead of one. Mayor Hardic and President Mar-noch sounded as many farmers as they could reach, and their choice as a delegate rested on Mr; Pearson, who has been the pioneer of the project, and who knows every phaise of it thoroughly. The three delegates' will approach as many of the irrigation and government officials as they can, and will demand a "yes" or "no" answer; It is their intention to see the Right lionoirable Sir Robert L. -Borden,' and to place before him an exact account of the situation ; the urgency of making possible the irrigation of the area in question, and to lay before him the unemployment problem in such a way that the Premier will see that by expending the amount needed tor ' the project, two birds will be killed with one stone. Mr."Pearson will tell the Premier that he is feeding three-year old straw to his stock, and that if something is not dcae immediately, ho will be feeding them on snowballs and Russian thistles,-in other words tlicy will starve to death,- while on the other side of the river, with the ! same kind of soil, under irrigation, ! tliB farmers are erecting , two-storey i dance hall with maple floors. IT. F. A. .ENDORSES .SCHEME Twelve-Mile Coulee, -23.-At a meeting oftheUnitetbFarmers of Alberta T\yelve-Mile Coulee local last night, Mr. G.'W.- Pearson was ' appointed a'delegate to'Represent this local at Ottawa" in' connection with the Old Man-River Diversion pcojeot, on the motion of J.-A'j-Currie, scc-� ended by "VV.-H, ..Elroy.: .Every farmer present signed his; name - to a resolution asking .that a delegate be hamed-to go to-OttaSVa.'.-io further- this scheme. " � ' ^ .J Mr. Pearson- was - present and la-jd before the" meeting theV urgency of prosecuting, every meaiisto induce the government,:to-' construct'the' ditch. Near the'.cidsc'6f-;the meeting- the' farmer's wives aUii-- -(laughters broke into the schoolhoiise, an-d in ten minutes all Avere gently swaying to the �strain furnished by the 12-MilD Coulee orchestra:- At: 13'-'o'fctock the lad-" i jes served:, a maghificeiit lunch, after 'which Mr.' Poarsoii'sang two songs, and was Clvee'rod' to. tlie" echo.-Need-' less to say, eyory lady presfent'insisti-cd on dancing' with the man who was to go to Ottawa. Dancing continued until 3 o'clock. 1 EMPRESS! --- JKmhI every story A feature W^lJP - M*rKuerit� Saaw Zudora in Zudora, Thanhouier's GrMtest Photoplay TODAY The Second instalment of Zudora, the Girl wdth the Mystic , Po^ver. This is your chance to see her solve 'The Mystery of llie Sleeping- House' and overcorne the second ob'. stacle obstructing her path to the man she loves and wealtti Also Hear the Hobo Tenor sing. Thie is an assured ex-'tra attraction this week, ' Chas. Chaplain in Keystone Comedy Tonight. 1-. Grand GaM^ Auditorium Rink, Ttiursday JANUARY 28TH. EIGHT PRIZES Rangrng in value from $3.00 to $6.00. watch wednesday's herald FOR full PARTICULARS., Cn IZEX'S BAND TONIGHT know by how vary narrow a margin thev escaped last time." . - , AND. DIDN'T THEV.RUN?. Tiic Morning Post says that' when the two forces came together the Germans seem to have had no other thought than flight, although the preponderance in strength was not so great as to make an action .hbpeiess',-Certainly it was not .sogreat as >vas. faced witliout'flinching by, Admttftl, Craildock m the South t^amfic. ; T>Jiis.-is/the moral importance.: Tho.Ger-^:; inans accepted their mfei.i.oF,Ltv api^ ran, with the result.that.while'yjhey., sulierert much, our ships, suffered'. IjftS. - ' K^^. -./.t'bey-modt. . Woman Lawyer Who Dresses Like a-Man rjyj^ISS LiUCILiIjB'PUGH, the New T-ui-k, who affects man" nish dress,-at,the left, and her client, Sfrs. Kathe;ine Browne Decker, . for whom she secured a-divoroe in Nenv lirork.' Mrs. Decker was formerly well knbwu on the'stage, and her husband is- the-son-and-hefr of the mlli Jlonalro milk dealer. .>.�' ' � :  - �...------ British Take News ^ - Soberly CONTINUED frojm.Fa.0NT paqb; ,-f,->�^^.>-r>-'>^- It v;ill convey the message of con-^ solation that, since tha, success of German methods will put back the hands of the clock two or three hun-, dred years, the British navy has won a notable victory; but greater:f*an-tins is the viotor;y..which has ..been won, revisnging' holpless-;.-.women and little children.." ' ' great RE The BATTL&-N1CE VENGEi , Fimos remarks .-"Admiral jthe dustlof the road. THE TREY O' HEARTS" AT STARLAND. TONIGHT Towards the end'ot the- same day which witnessed the affair of the flooded mine, a solitary motorist may be observed slowly approaclilng thei mountain village of ^^IeBllUite, m motor car -drawn by two horses. The solitary motorist is none other than Seneca Trlue. �'Repairing io'tlie-Mbun-' tain House, Mesquite's one hotel, Mr. Trine .'finds there two aides-Marro-phat and Jimmy. Seneca's gloom is change' joy when he is informed of Marrophat's brilliant coup of. the; ab-andonedTmlne; Trine has them-mado comfortable for the mght,. In theiact of bidding good night, Marrophat, feel-' iii'g in his pocket for a .match, brings forth afti'ey o' hearts. Trim?.,-in-good^ humor, #BignifieB that all is ended.^ Marrophat carelessly sails the card lout of-'the open window. It falls in This is but-the Hard Timiss Carnival AT THiE, .;i^Eo|||'s;:Ki^; Tnesdajl^llpipg; Jan, 26 lA Ba'rrejVof Fun. - �i ' HORSE AND TRAP ; to; the'^est Skating;Couple i. . . tultabliY .dresiied. ,Come, and.,have'a .g-ood timel Wear your old clothes. ADMISSION..............26c CHILDREN...............15c; Same mucic as. at .Daughters pf, the Empire Sloting Party. Beattv's: victory, is by far the most important.' naval battic of the war, not only by reason of results obtained, hulr-StiUvMdore'hy'^his gaWant'officers were the LSt-ern instruments of a righteous pimisbmeat. > -It was said after the Scarborough raid that the 0 ermans would - no^t repeat the inhuman exploit very often. They have tried again and been brilliantly cauglit. The Admiralty and command- , 'i:he second Installment or tne ers of i-thej;grand*fleet Isq^uadi-ous-'ilwod SatSojaal ^,/ ?Jldpia *6rl^ftl,.,,^wgl first ,part of IJie fourteenth episode of "The: Trey o" Hearts, the rest is too good Jto toll. Be early tonlghfaad see It for yourself, end so bo convlpc-ftd what' a aplendtd instalment-* the fourteenth really is; v-.* .A,�>,� i'THE'MYSTERY OF THE -5 '�[ SLEEPING HOUSE" AT Jf, THE EMPRESS THEATRE*] TJhe second Installment of the sen- shown at the Emoress today and -| ttjmorrow. If you'.dld'not sea the first j-' eplfeode"of this ""story, starfe"n:ow;*'as each and ovor.v installment is a coip^ plete, novel and original plot, with: one wonderfui master plot runnlp^ S through thfe entire production. a?hls " play is notable not only for they'JJi-i . genuity of the themes^ and mystenteS chosen, but also for-the sincere raaflS forceful manner in whicii the ato(!Urs# are interpreted. Do' tOtS^^iS "Zudora" solve- "The: IWyatery of^tlfp*: Sleeping House," and thus.-climb:,;jp'iii9,li'; more rung up the ladder'o�8ucqjbm;-:|j She IS one mora step nearer the'gi^I'!!; of happiness witibtho man she loyesi 5| and Wealth.a',-,.r, � , ,. ^ i .There willValso bc,.:the-usua'J. I^JsK-ri'i'?! stpn^ comedies'' shown,' The J^otfo""" Tenor has recovere^rfrqm'.hls repjj' * ' sioknesB, and.will BtSkriMsi weeki'i,~ 'cidl music;by �the"J|BMS|js''con orchestra: . ' �''*p^^fe5;S''> Jamfes'^Bourquq I'was^-I of Hull, Que,,',^and' J. 7929 ;