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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. iA!?mARY 28, 1915 THE LETHBRIDG;^ DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE I ON SIRETCH OF Played Into "Eights" Last Night in Four Trophy Events-Some Favorites Take Tvimblc-Sharp Contests in O^te-Reach Jewelry Stages-Playing After Midnight play goes inei'i:ily on in fchc Crows Nest bonspiel at the \^elhbrulge Curling rink and some great and glorious victories are be/ng won and lost. By playing into the wee hours of the morning the 8's in the Walker, JMason Ai Itiscl), Magrath and Maclccd trophy Iwve been reached. In Uie Mason and Uiscli trophy l^he Aird, Olsen, Peat, K. 0. .Joliiisfti, MoCrladilary, Hamilton and Ross rinUs survived over last night. In the Walker trophy the Brown, ftlcUIaddery, Olsen, Wright, .Aird and Cranb'rooU rinks went through with-'(lying colors. : - In the Magrath trophy t/hc Patterson, Cranbxcok, Stacey, Ross, Clark, K. D. Johnson, and Wright linew not dolcat. In the jMacieod trophy Ross, Olssn, K. D. .Tobnson, Herohmer, Boyd and the Crabrook rinl;s wcithered the fray. Tie play today will setvd a bunch i)i these, rinks to thsir Waterloo, and the surriror.'s tvill" he right into the jewelry class and the tonspiel will ho on the hom'i!'stretch. Tlie 'SlJiel is proft-ressins in good' shape and the ice remains in good' condition in spite of the hard strain .put on it. . , The great sen.sation of vest-erdav's curling tvas ths terrible fall oE the Rosy rink of Taber, lo Cummings of f:ranj:rook, in the Walktr. The Cranbrook -Mavericlis gave Mrr.'hnirr a Jo'lt v.'hen thev came back at W; iitsl: end with live and teat him to it by one point. �� The tit-bit of Ihc afternoon -n'as the Clark-Aird ganse, the eleventh end being a tie'with 8 points each, which was 'won out. bv Claiik's last rocV, K. D:: .Johnson's v.as the only iln-defcatsu rink till they met "Smoke" VVright in the early ' hours of the morning. The results of the contestii yesterday were as follows:- -' 9 A. .M/ iMagrath Trophy !\lcGlad[crJulloch ...... 3 Wright' Trophv' Cummings (K.).l.? Toss'(T.) � Stacey (L.).......14 Bruce (L.) 3 P. M. Alason-Risch Trophy - Aird....................l.'i Herc'hmer Walker Trophv ' Bovd...................10 McG-laddcry . ..11 �Olsen..................14 H. J. Johnson. 9 ..... 9 MACLEOD ENJOYS GOOD OF CUW Bonspeil and Northwest Cup Competition Staged-'The Results sun FOR HO mm RIFLE L. Dodd Won Competition of Rifle Giub in Gallery ;?Shoot 4 r.....ll- ...10 Wright................11 Nelson 4.30 P. M. Walker Trophy ' Pattsrsoii...........10 Cianbiook . . .14 Mason-Risch Trophv Peat.................,.15 Boyd ...... ....... 7 Magrath 'J'rophv Aird................... % Clark' ......' ...... 9 Jlacle^d Trophy K. D. Johnson...1.5 HamiHoa ...... 5 7 P. M. :^iason-Risch Trophv Olsnn (K.)..........12 Smith (L.) .... 3 Cunimings (F.). 7 McGl*(id�rv M.. 8 Ros,? (T.).-..........12 .Staccy/(L.) ... 3 Walkisr Trophy Brown (F.)........13 I\eat (L.) ........9 9.30 P. mC Magrath Trophv Pafcberscu (T.)..12 Hamilton .......ll Wright (T.)........13 K. D. Johnson 7 Cranbrook..........12 Herchmer ......11 Mason-Kisch Trophy Olsen...................12 Brown �...... .....10 Roller and Taylor to Wrestle at Edmonton KdiHo^htpn,^ Jan.,.gV.-Di^,.. Roller, of Chicago,, ly., one of the leading heavyweight wrestlers in America, arrived ill Kdtuonton yesterday morning, en route to Spokane, where he will wrestle Berg next -week. Louis Scaler, stf&rstnry of the Edmcaton Amateur Athletic club, lost no time in gctiiug in communication .'ivith the former -portlan-d physician, and made arrangements for u bout between frtoller and Jack Taylor, i)he Saskatoon Cyclone. This bout will be staged in the old Presbytcriau church, Srd street and Jasper avenue, on Thursdaj; eveniiig, February 18th, aUd Mill he for-blood, as Taylo'r took two falls front Roller in Saskatoon last weiii after the Uoc. had captured the first fall ot the matcli. Taylor has also a decision over Curler, won at Winnipeg sohie m&nths ago. Roller is at present a guest at the Selkirk, and was busy yesterday re-iiewMng old acquaintances for ho " has a wide circle of ftleiids among the sporting fraternity. ImiBediately his m^tch with Berg .is.,oy,er,.,Dr,. Roller, will return to Kdmouton to prepare for the bout with Taylot. . Macleod, Jan. 37.-A most interesting bohspicl took place on bhe local rinks on Friday and Monday last which resulted in A. Young and S. McCrladdery running into the final, btit owing to the lateness of the hour the deciding game has been fi-ted tor Thursday evening next. Keen interest was shown in the competition which was further enhanced by the offer of a ^^up from the Granum players as well as several other valuable prizes for the winning rink. The results of the various games are as follows : FIRST ROUND J. Baird 12, M.. C. SMcLean G. AI. S. Gray 10, J. A.Slruthcrs 1. S.i^ruGiaddery 13, Rev. J. White 8. Granum 12, T. A. Murray 7. F. McRae 8, J. N. Callie 7. SBGOiND ROUND A. 'lomg 12, W. Stewart A. B. McDonald 3, Baird 15. Gray 8, iVfcGladdery 10. Granum 11, McRae 7, � SKMI-FINAUS Young 9, Baird 7. McGladdfiry .10, Granum 1. I During Friday afternoon tea was I provided at the rinks by the ladies of I the town, which was highly appreciated by the players. A BIG COMPETITION' The annual competition for the North-Wcst Cup is now nearing completion, and up to quite recently waS in a most interesting position, but the final issue.now seems to he between the rinks skipped by J. A. Struthers and Wallace Stewart. The standing of the competition to date is as foHoiWs : NOHTH-WBST CUP COJVIPIiTmON P. W. ..I T. A. Struthers ............ 9 W. Stet^'art.................... 9 A. B. McDonald ......... J. iBaird .'.................:.. T. A. Murrav ............. S. McGladdeiy ............ A. Young .................... J. N. Callie ........... M. S. Gray.................. M. C. McLean........... Rev. J. White ............ J". McRae .......,............ A GOOD SEASON Aided by seasonable, weather club has this year experienoed one of the most successful seasons in its history, and the enthusiasm amcmg the players increases every dat'. It is probahle than another kflock-; out competition will be held at an early date,.and as soon as the North-West Competition is finished, another, competition,on similar,lines will Ta^ started tor which valuable prizes will* be hung up. Mr. 'L. Dodd w^tB the silver spoon competition of th^ Lethhridge Rifle club last niglit attthc shooting gallery of the Central school. Out of a possible of 100 the winner made 90, three points of a J^ad over Harry Pilling. The scc� much aoHrht. after fi^Dinakiniip a variety-of articles. BIG TIME PROMISED AT CARNIVAL TONIGHT Manager George Bradbeer of the Auditorium Slcating rink, says the fancy- dress. Carnival tonight at the Audito.riuin is gcJng to eclipse the previous carnival .held there by a long shot-and the previous one wat some kunkins. "There will be at least 150 people in costume," states Mr. Brad-beer, and it would not surprise him if 200. fancy dressed people are seen on the ice. The rink is being decorated in gav fashion, befitting the occasion, and the best tniisic'Jn the city is being procured. By far the best ice of the season is prctmi'sed and there is every reason io believe t'bat.a gay old time is in store for the patrons of the affair. FINAL STANDING OP SASk.,: HOCKEY LEAGUE Alelville ... Regina ..., Moose .law: AV.' .6 . 4 P. 47 SS 40 h. .55 43 47 Pct. .750 .571 .142 Should the .pitolest of the Regina club be � thrown :^ul, respecting the filial game played'Mouday night, Melville will take .pqesessioa o� the Allan Cup', emblehi of tba Hockey amateur, championsliip'of Canada. WILLIA-MS TO TACKLE WALLACE Bantam Chainpion^.to Take on Touflh Brooklyn Lad New York. N.Y..-Jan. 37.-Bantam Champlr/n Kid Williams and Bddle Wallace, Brooklyn :.featherwelght, has sign(>d articles tor a 10-/ound bout at the Broadway Sporting: club February 2. Both fighters have agreed that'the winner of the scrap is to talce on the featherweight champion, Johnny Kilbane, providing- the Clevelander can be secured fora bout at the club. MBLFORT RINK HAS WON NINE'STRAIGHT IN SASKATOON 'SPIEL Saskatoon. Sask.^ Jan. 27.-T'he unbroken winning streak of A. Jacobs' Mblfort rink continues to be the feature of the Saskatoon bonspiel. Playing witli a combinatioh of 'skill and luck, Jacobs has downed all competitors so far. I-Ie is the only rrfk entered in the bonspiel which has not yet lost a gaiue. At noon yesterday he had won nine straight games and had only one jmore to win before getting into the jewelry class in the Grand Challenge. TO CLEAN UP AMATEUR BOXING Portland, Ore., Jiii). 27.-An investigation aiid cleanup of amatraur athletics, especially boxing. In Portland, is to result from fhe" controversy involving the  four ainatetir athletic cinbs here. T. MorHs Dunne, secretary of th,e Pacific Northwest associa-flon, which embraces Oregon, Washington-and British Columbia, and is the local branch of the Amateur. Athletic association ot America, announced today that the charges that two of the local clubs had been paying bo.t-ei-a to appear, would be investigated thoroughly. A numbeir of putative amateur boxers also will be put on the carpet. "PING" BOD IE BACK-TO COAST Chicago, III., Jan. 27.-"Ping" Bodie, outfielder 6f the Chicago team of the Anierican league since ISll, today was sold to the .Saa Francisco club of the Pacific Coast league. J awn McGraw wants to testify toj organized baseball. It's lucky we saved in our scrapbC'D-k thevthinKB Jawn said about organized ball when he tried to bteak up the American lea-  *�� ? ? ? ? * AND RACING At'DITOKItM � ......' RIN^v: r :.tontoht;' � Citizen "sBajid in atienclaiice- Biesl sheet oi" ^e this season T ORGANIZES BOARD OF TRADE NEW TOWN ON SUFFIELD LINE SEEMS TO BE REAL LIVE CENTRE Travers, Alia., .Ian, 21.-G. A. Reynolds, the harness-maker, called a meeting, of the business men of Travers on Wednesday, and a Board of Trade was formed. President, Earl .[ones; vice-president, John Taylor; secretary-treasurer, II. McNeil. Eighteen members were enrolled. Debating by the members on things pertaining to the welfare of the town, follow-ed. A nuinber of ladies were present. A motion was made by L. Kuch, our barber, to the effect, that these hard times he; would; change . his price of shaving, lowering it to 15 cents, if es'-ery man in town would "shave" once a week; all agreed. The Board of Trade .will meet every two weeks. Births-A son to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Novd oil January 17; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Leary. January 15; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. L. Bruges, December 2.2. Y'ou can grow anything around Travers. Dave Nlcholls has been confined to his bed with a slight attack of the grip. Mrs. A. G. Jones returned from St. Paul and other eastern points. B'. Wilmont and AA'. Allen spent the week-end in Lethbridge, returning on Wednesday. . Mrs. G. Grenier is .having a vacation at Lethbridge. L. Surges of Fort George, B.C.. is visiting relatives. Alec 'Clark arrived back from .Medicine Hat. Miss R. Greunian is visiting in Calgary. It is reported that there are' eight cases of typhoid at Lomond. So far Travers has never had a case ot any contagious disease. It's a clean' and sanitary town. iWe have fourteen bachelors lu town -carload of ladies 'wanted, white ones preferred- � . The municipal cbuncU ine't, and was well attended. The'hail insurance and Page yire" fence questions were voted down. Mr. Duity was. returned to office as secretary-treasurer at .$500 a yeai'. Mr. Mcpherson was elected assessor at,$125 per auiium. The councillor for our district, G. A. Reynolds, appointed Mr. Rodden as weed inspector. Mr. Rodden has fufll power, the same as the provincial weed inspector, and _will. see that the weeds are kept well under hand this year. ~mo'�WS:f,or(-; the|,puri)ose was openfed-,iiil pc^btoer'last.. * Cop-tracts were ;ea;t^e.dsiiito;*ltk ulue different firra^*fp_r;�9^ipplv3mf^the: articles in �uestloa'.aji^ijtlijB'*pHce8''un'der.the contracts aifiounted i to.'.$770"i0D0.' The; total sum coll9C|ed-: by the:Princess when the fundVclosed amounted to $740,000, and ,al?oi�.t $10,000 went to office expens^e.'.'r'lprlnting and advertising "'' ' . ^ Sir Eiiieatf.Ciassel.vofi'iBred -to make up the detlcleacy.vbut the.-King decided not vto" aocaptl-the oMej-; and made good ouLot'h|8^own..,DoekeL ' siMCOE rpt>p>gTyv'4'i�5DGE ;�;.;;;�� ^ .-...WtC:' Mary Fuller IN Heart of the Hills A Kentucky Meioclrania -In Three Farts-  ' TOMORROW Germany's Audacious Raid German Cruisers make Daring Dash through England's Powerful Fleet and Bombard British Coast Towns. "A TOMORROW THE. FIFTH EPISODE OP THE 'Master Key" RUTH IS IMPRISONED IN CHINESE OPIUM DEN (janeert 'Drchestra HAVE YOU HEARD THEM? HAVE YOU HEARD THEM? lF.MPRESti| jipon'the mus'lo-loVing publ^c,aa^ Chocolate Soidier;":;-y?hloh -wiU.,^the opera's,,run in New'York; City thousands-iof col-lege ,hoys and glris' went,'to hear it,; *' net only once, but .t,\\'ice-j'and tljrtce. ; "LOST PARADISE" 'ATEMPRESS '.Today ls'paBitiyely,yoiit-Viast;5&Ktace J? to'see "The LoSi, Paradl'^eV'-.Whi'Sh is ? undoutJtediy" the greate'st^'st'orv 'ever i; filmed, dealing wlth'the Itibbr-riiuestioii ;| -depicting in rt-*?post.-stai-yinir man-. .S iii, the-eternal^ ^ar bbirifVaged be-';' t.weeij-'roaTJital' and labor; ^'picturing ' most vividly the strugg'ie-of the mass- ;, fCr"their'-dailyibread,' 'This picture I. Jalsp shows,the-loy'alty;of-theisuperib^,.| ten'derit o) the Jvnowtton iron works % lorhis'jdealfe.^l^e is la love with" his' I employer:s-,'fpampered- - daughter > andi.� takesothe-blam'e^'of her fath'er.'si thefts- \ on .b IS. own ^iffhpuldess, to., i^rcjtepther from shame.. Wie,n hi8hen -'-^-Iqi:biRffij'.-,f* P"lab9tdele .vrpwa .orfstatize..fjfttof,_.,..,,^^__. . hang around ;hi8.;dauBhter!B npck."^-JI 1- Truly this i^'a^-Sibry well w'r&'" ' ing. _ i.f . .? 78 74 ;