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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIHRinOE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Or 1 IF REFUSES TO ENTER HORSES BE- CAUSE EPSOM CLUB WOULD DISTURB WOUNDED London, 27. The Duke ol "Purllnnd, who for ;JU yearn been one of the leading ligurus on the English t-yrf. lins uiiuscd to he rcllcd nil his racing entries (or Lhu ISpsom track, including the. Derby tor both 1015 and 1018, because of the refusal of the association to do without tlie use oi its club house for a few days. This building now is being for si inilitui'v hospital and tlic Epsom association is shortly lo holil its re- Kiilsir meeting. When the association permitted the oct-'u pancy of Us build- ing as a hospital, it stipulated that (he house he returned (o it for iis coming meeting. Tu' a letter of protest, to ttic committee tlic duke .wrote "Sorely for ony year the fe lowers ol racing should be only gJwil lo forego their luncheons, u ay holding them it was necessary todis-j turb UritiiJi soldiers who ]mve been wounded Jor tlie sake oJ Lhcic coun- 1ry." The commill.ETc yielded partly' and ALASKAN WON DOC DERBY BY FREY AVER N'oinu, Alaska, Vcb. Aver, lirivlng a team or 11 foxhounds, -won the fi-l-mlle race, Nome )o Sulomou and I'oUirn. for dog-teiima to- dny. Ills tlniD was fi JiQlira Percy Blatclifurd; tlrivinR tha ford teuni, was second, In 6 hours ,38 minuleB. Third place bus not. yet been decid- ed, nllhougli Leonard Beppnlla is lending "Scolty" A'.ian, Uriv- iiif; the: Allan-UurUuB leain of nmlaimitcs. by a small margin. HI glil Icanis were entered. club too glwil io forego their luncheons.' il by said they would require only onu floor of the building during race week. Hut ihis did not satisfy tbc duki; LOCAL HOCKEY TEAM GOING TO MED. HAT 10 E OF mm STANDING OP CLUBS Goals V. A, Ottawa .U B 70 fil l> 121 78 8 R3 82 11 GO VO 12 73 9-1 ROSS SAVED OTTAWAS Ottawa, Kcb. Hoss saved the' Qttavvjis from defeat in Satur- day's overtime match against tiham- ITALIAN WINS GRAND PRIX AT Resla Proves Best Auto Driver in Mud, Beating Out World's Renowned Speed Merchants in Handy Fashion Ketj. u rain- I'uin itiliiccd juj'J for Ihi: drenched truck (kmgccomily slippery witJi rain Ihut fell inure than four hours of Llic nice, UcsLii, an lliil- iitu driver, engngwl his Am- erican, speed struggle, won the Grand Prix automobile'race at the I'ajianin- PueiQc exposition today in car No, race Ins average was ulily miles. Lyst year the Iri'iiuil was 31) DHH'IOII.S FACt: .START Kive entries did ii'il s'.arl, leaving who Jjcijaii the Ic spued. Soon alter tlie rate waa half i iJi.s time was 7 I over nearly halt of timsa had seconds. At tlic line he was and' at Lh" Jinish Lliure were hardly i is on the course, i uiit, about I iL'clarcil it V.MS! No..28, third, timo Gil An- luolish lo continue oh the sloppy! (ierRon, No. 5, fourLIi, time track, but the oflicials had No. 13, time that nothing but darkness would pro was 400.28511 vent a finish. One car slum rouml thiee JP.JJS in tlm leiul. ITon-nril Wilcox, in No. 2li, was oild, time, llufliie Hughes, Louis Disblo The distance nioi'R tlian a c; When De Pnhna iln the sixtieth lap, lie c slum miles. Ihrco limes on a sharp, greasy turn Before the race was two-thirds or- when skidding. Veteran drivers, wlioj er went out in iron I and stay- had withdrawn when their cars began] cd there, warding oft the rushes of to skid on the glc'.-Ky asphalt which1 Wilcox and Hughes, who fought va.1-! a major p.irt 01 the track.' lantly for the IcadL-rMiiii. Kwsta won expressed amazement alter Ihe race; tiie other four dividing r that no tragic accident had occurred. I KAIN KALLS DUHINQ Experts considered that the victors Kain began to fall an hour after the won liy reckless start. It stopped for two or Hires' OLDKIELU'S C.Ht I hours then began again and conlin-1 car went wiont; after he J lied uutil the race closed in the galh-! had several delays lie on darkness. t 25 minutes, :ind l.Ven threw up Iijs Earl Cooper raced only a and left the race, making Mic "THE HAPPY GI1SL" AND THE HAPPY G1HL The Versatile J'hil.crttiuici1 Good clean, classy Vaudeville A. iStiUllino- iuid Healistic 1'jX- [josuve of (icriiitni Barbanty. Tbis jjiclure depicts the Gorman attack on Rlieims, 'France and the outrages on defenceless wo- men and children. more than one Jap, when a broken connecting rod forced him out. Uar- iiey Oldficld was eliminated liy engine lit Ik car to retire No. 2 clarcil ivitlldran-fl a iciv minutes re .No. 11, ..'ml 7, were oilicially trouble about the middle, and Eddie, foic. I'lillen, Jast year's On tte'lweiity-tliinl Jap Lou GJIR- and Ralph De Piilma forced N'o. 7, rounding a bsncl nl, Hie retire long bcfora Die end. j head of tlie sbiddtd into the At the end of the first -U) fence, and wa'S forced in drop out of Hcsta, tliejj J eating, an the race temporal ily. XcilJjcr Gandy average of GR miles an hour, but the I nor his mechanician was hurt. The Itlcuicmo Uat liockcy t-luh is holding a benefit tournamcnti in the JJat, bcginnijig (onion'oiv. Teams from Uic iiRigliliciring towns will be HI MJC aur) an'invitation 1ms been extended to the local team.. A KLronj; Iinc-uj) of hockcyjsts has been secured, and they will likely give a good account of themselves. The line- -up thnt will go tomorrow is as iol- lows Pilling, .goal Suiitli, point; DC vine, cover Oliver, rovet Mona- ghari, centre Turcott, left WJI Taj-lor, 'right wing. Tlie loiirDauient ivill also [uriiish LeLlibridge with an- olhtir crack at the Meclicinc Ilsit tcai who defeated the local team some time ago, ami ff the boys make as good a showing as they did lasl; (imc there will he a different stoty to he told. A number of supporters arc accompanying the team, and mere are cordially invited to go along. Club train i.'ites'caii be secured. HAVANA HOPES FOR BIG MATCH Havana, Cuba, Feb. Na- tional Sporting of Cuba, which has Just been organized, hopes to stage a fight between Wi'ilard and Johnson in "Havana, the bout to be .held either in the Havana stadiuni, in the Polltonma or new atadium to be erecEed under a. conces- sion held by the club. Nothing defin- ite aa to the proHpects -will be known; however, nntll the arrival of Jack Cur- ley, promoter or the proposed Willard- bout in Jiiarex Cur- rocks at the local arena. Ed Living- xton's Irislimcn had the Senators fad- ed in the second period, in which flo- nan tied the score, and George Mac- Namara put them ahead. Shamrocks led by 2 to i at the beginning of the third period. Smith (hen benched Shore and called on Ross. Shamrock's inaugurat- ed a defensive game, nmf none of the Ottawa regulars seemed able to net through Ijtrt Ross finally bored in. and scored on a pretty play, making it Then the Shamrocks u-cateu- od and the overtime play became ne- cessary. The home team rallied and shattered the visitors' hopes -when HQSS again negotiated the net. Play certainly demo'nstralcd the honesty of UJD X. H, A. race, as Shamrocks with nothing at stake ,hattled desper- ately to throw Ottawa out o[ the race. WANDEIUCRS STILL RACE Montreal, Feb. at their form, ivJiile their opponents play- ed far below their 'standard, the Wan- (JerurK kept pace with Ottaiva in the race for the National Hockey --Asso- ciation "championship by defeating the Ciiuadiens 7 to 3 m their final meet- ing on Saturday night. The game was uninteresting after thr; first period, and dragged at the end., QUEBEC AVON EASILY Toronto, Feb. a'game which was devoid oi interest, Quebec defeat- ed the Torontos at the arena on Sat- urday night. The score was. to-4 does not indicate tlie "play. SPEECH Jey, who.Is cow, on way to Havana from Juarez, ia expected.to arrive here Monday. The National of Cuha held its inaiienral borlne meeting last night, and J'ohuson appeared In air ex- hibition.bout.' JOHNSON 'HASN'T. MOVED .Havana, Cuba, Feb. Jobn: hearyweight pugilist, who has boen attomptlng-to reach Juarez, In order to" fight Jess. for the championship oT the world. 6, Is still .In. Havana. Johusoc aaya lie Jias not signed any :agreement nor posted any lorlolt tor bout with Wil- lard In'Havana'. CHECKERS Edmonton, Alta., Fell. dent Robert Pearson, of the Alberta completed ar rangements i'or the Allan cup elimin ution games ht-tween .Edmonton .Esh mos and HJack Bros.' team of Van couver. The game, a sudden death a fair, will be staged in Regina, "IVei ncsday niglit. The British Columhi champions left for Ilegina SQnda morning, while the Eskimos will leav Ednioiiton Monday night. Tho winne of this scries .meets the winners o IUonarch-Kort William scries in a suil den death game, probably Friday ev tning, at Rtigina or -Moose.. Jaw. ner of Ihe last-named series 'then pro ceeds to Melville. Here is tho order of baMle tonight in tlie checker tournament 'going on at the Y.M.C.A, Games commence at S o'clock Stewart vs. Carr.; Fullerton vs. Wright; IJuchan ps. Moore; Penaing- IOII-VB. Heed; McRae vs. Young; VARSITY WINS ...FROM QUEEN'S Toronto. Ont., and Queen's played game of the season ficre'ygsterday af :ornooii, Varsity wiunlng by 8 to 5. A Varsity have-v alrehny; annexed the championship, np- importance was at tached to the consequently ooh a. small crowd turned VARSITY SECONDS ALSO WON .Toronto, Ont, ends easily defeated. Queen's aeconds here yesterday In the tlrst, home and home game for., .tue.; Intercollegiate "wiicatcroit vs. Forrest; Fleming VE.'championship, the score 'being. 10To 3. Uranilow Johnson vs. Hamby was a pcor..ei1iibltlon pf-hqckey olson vs. I from start toTinish. Hockey Referee Gave Toronto Arena Usher Beautiful Lacing in Locked Room Otilawei Frco Press Tlie Ottawa hockey party, irliich returned from Toronto, brought word of a terrific battle .staged by Referee Cooper an usher, of the Arena Cfardens afttr the recent Ottaira-Tpr- Quite a orowcl gathered outside, and experienced the thrills of listening (o baltie without seeing iti The rack- et insido tlio room was 'terrible and considerable of the noise sbunded very onto fracas. The usher, a big fellow, [akin being placed -in jux- nawlcd Snicaton- put Jrom the. taposition :fo tho human lace, imd "wo'iilfl.Aieat him- iip after i Iy there was a silence. '-Then .the, icy" Ihe game, licld head thu door was turned, and Sniea- ptr.tty well, .but afttr the contest tho [Iton, cool as u 'cucumber, ashed 'tho nshcr, :army of backers, friends lo come in and rc- nicfc the referee near the dressing room and said he ready for him. .'.T can't flglif'the7 BaiXl Smca-ton, "but I'll take any one Uhc -room; .and. .lock door.'! 'Thc: bit nslier 'appeared ancl the two retired lo a, room, thtt key was snapped from iicli.. 'tlio :move thcic, tliaupion. Tlic fragnients cjithered and revived with a .bucket at water. It 1s rumored the Arena Gardens ___________ ._ _____ is advertising; for a usher, an i southern training cumns. The Alh- Pittsburg, base.- )all's '-'grand old arose on schedule time today, ate the usual breakfast and went out and fed the lihickens, following the Day" dinner of .Ihe Pittsburg stove league, at which he was ftncst of honor. But he is nu longer Lo be known as silent one." They made Wagner deliver a speech, and it was iust morels long. IWany proininent baseball men. and a host of fans who had known licr for years, were there. 'All admit- ted-thai lie had smashed for- mer apecchmnkiiig. records. II lvas tiie famous shortstop's list birthda'v. are the results of the scheduled league games played today 'on tlie grounds of the lirst named clubs FIRST DIVISION Aslon Villa 3. Tottenham II. 1- Ulackburn H. i, Kliollield 1. lioltoii W. 1, West Uromwich A. 1. I.ivcrpooi .3, Burulcv 0. United rl, I-'vcrlon 2. -1-, City 0 Notts Couniy 5, Sundcrland 1. OldlKlin Athletic 0, Clielsca 0. Shcllicld U. i; .Newcastle United 0. SECOND' DIVISION Arsenal I, Eefby County 2. Barnsley 3, Nq.ttinsham" Foiest 0. Clapton Lincoln City 1. Fulliam 1, Hristbl City 2. CJlossup 0, Preston North Em! 1. Leeds City 2, Birmingham 0. Leiccsler Fosse 2, Blackpool 3. St'jckporl County 2, Iluddersfielcl L'own 1. Wolverhamplon .1, Bury 1. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Queen's Pnrk It. 3, Giilingham 0. Southcnd United 2, Brighton and -love.Albion 2. Swindon Town 0, CarditT City 0. Portsmouth 0, Exeter City 3. Lutoh Town 1, Crystal palace 2. ZUDOBA solves the Seventh. H Grime of the Task of Twenty, THIS TIME THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING SHIP A Wonderful Story of the Sea, the Home of Mysteries A SPECIAL "FLYING A" DRAMA A REAL KEYSTONE COMEDY GAUMONT WAR NEWS MISS LUELLA SIMONS and the Great In- imatDble SCOTTY JOHNSON will be seen in sn entire- change of songs. ..Mr. F. Former City Bandmaster -joins the 'Empress Orchestra Today. Hear wonder- ful Music by a Regular Orchestra of Five Pieces -1 Zudara In ZuJors, er'a Gceutcst Photoplay COMING V. The Celebrated Basso-Profundo Knox Church Commem- orates 29th Anniversary CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Croydon Common 2, Plymouth A. 2. j made Iho kcynotc'-of tltc .day one oi Bristol Rovers 1, West Ham U. O.lp'aisc and-thanksgiving.'" Watford 4, Millwall Athletic 0. In tile morning he discoursed on the Following arc the results of replay-! second verse oi the 103rd od cup tics Norwich City 0, Bradford; City 0. Hull City 4, Southampton 0. SCOTTISH LEAGUE 'Bless the Lord. 0 my soul, and for- get not all His benefits." "In these times 01 storm and lie, "it is a wonderful Buffalo, >T. Y. Feb. selec- tion of April 10 as the opening date of the Federal league's playing sea- son, four days hv advance .of the first games in tlin otlicr major baseball leagues, 'and the recommendation by Uic umpires of some- minor changes in the playing the open-! I tmi _ Glasgow, Fcb- are! ailti tealizc in Hiru hcs al' I the results 01 Scottish, league Notwithstanding the lact ball {james played today on the J somc of'tbe boya of this congrc-. gtoauda of the first, named clubs: j gation 'are wearing the tang s mil- j Hibernians 2 Hearts 2 {form, and that some of -the homes; Dumbarton Morton 3. I represented here arc or will be be-; Parbicfc Thistle 0, Celtic 2. I reaved by the tairnble conllict in bu- Mothcrwell 2, Rangers -1. St.'iUirrcn 1'. Ayr United 3. Clyde 2, Hamilton 2. Third Lanark 0, Aberdeen 1. Dundee 2, Ainlrieonians 0. !B MAJESTIC -SB ONE MBIT OfllV, Next SaWay, March fitli Theo. Johnson Offers the Celebrated English Comedy "The Brixtoh Burglary" With a Notahls cast, Including Guy Harrington and Misi Btjllt MacAllrsler.. to (All SEATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT HEDLEY'DRUG CO. Ifalkirk 3, Haith Rovers 1. Kilmarnoct 3, Queen's Park 0. Will _ Prevent AH Trade With Teutpn AUies FJtOai FRONT PAGE tlicmselvcs at liberty 'to stop all ship- ping to and from Uerniany and Wie countries of her allies. Public announcement oi this ac- tion' Vill be" made early next probably Monday. The tsxt, ot the de- claration set [or tli that this de- cision is necessary Lesausc of German j rope, our ]irinciiial kr.j-uotc today Eliould be one ol thanksgiving '11 God be. -with us, who can he against! Our .blessings conic i ing and receiving, and ivlial liovc we, that we dill not got from Him LovB (JenianrJs' appreciation.- There is nolh- ing so sensitive .anil so delicate. I[ llio great Fatliei so loved us as to give Himself Tor us, lie expects ns to bless and appreciate that. love. ;NO man is right with himrjlf, with God; or ivilii his cnvironmcnj-unless he in a spirit of praise anil' thanksgiving..! Hod 'orrtcts all things ivcll. -'All things work together. for :good to, them that love God.' Only as a mart, reali7.es the value of .a thins is. lie. rich. One may a millionaire and still Ire poor. H is the :.one who sees Ihc-nibst gooil in his. surrouodings that is weaHhy." Hcv. J'jslpr slrongly emphasized llic value of the soul, and declared tliat sessions "of tlic league's annual but_ that Great S0uls -ivere greatly needed in the meeting here ysstcrday. lig scss schedule AHhougli the injunction proceedings nstiituted at Chicago regarding the tansfcr of the Kansas City franchise o Newark prevented 'Jic fo'rmal'adou- ;ion of u.schedule, thn magnates went ahead' work with the ex- pectation 'that Newark would be. the llritain and P'rance will respect the! world. He also brought out the touch lives oi crews and -passengers in anylol individuality -in 'the- text, and concludirp- his alilc remarks, referred steps they may late. c_______...... ___ BY ENGLISH VIEW to the benefits .mentioned .in .the No special articles of commerce will! psalm. Wel'l-u'isliing. is a. benevolence ill the liritish-Krench I arid wclHIoinE. is a benefit. All of Cotton and- rnadituffs, jood's boucvolcuc church: had >Jbl.LaLlull LIIUU UU LIICl., ,n, .1 mL eighth team in this year's line-up. fe'tenns w ill. be genera I The sit Uispe nsalion..- These beiiclits. -Knclx been bvcriubkeii in benefits The tentative schedule'provide! alo at Brooklyn, and TndiahappHb vnd Chicago' at home, with St. Louis and I'ittsburg as the conti' m created will be entirely justified, j be forgotten, but occasion Newark-to'open at HaUimoK Buf: ta English be- Hc.--'wlio sest-Uiein..prai! alo at Bro6klyn, and i an was a.ftttin6 Wed. Thurs. iveiyn The Most Talkefl of Woman in the World iu 'Threads of Destiny' 5 Parts a submarine for suoh tlianKsgiving., Laytou preceding'the evening service was; appreciated cby a large number. It might be stated "con- gie'gatLo'n-was the first to a church buiidiiis Jn Letlibridpe. Other religious'hodiea used the first struc- "eanlltss of danger to the crews I The choir rendered, and passengers of ships. I 1 hems, and the. rcanpe; (turc as. a meeting place in the early suitable an- .days, and-the first ilctlibdist class ilfs. -meeting in tlic city was held in the BASEBALL TRANSPORT York, N.Y., Fen. e steamer Apache sailed for Jack- onTille, Plfl., from hero today, she irrled iv.EmBU.army.pi reriresenting the Brooklyn nrid" hi'Jadelpliia Nationals, and the Phlla- olphla Athletics, en route to their aURinentcri...their pf- ..old .KnoK. building, on the corner of 'Shipping ih the Baltic will not he! Laylon .grc alicctcd except ns Great Britain and' tectivcne'ss................n her allies prevent supplies from enter- j.that dwclleth in the ing Nunvay, Sweden and Denmark I nobtll, and the evening anthem, "lly included John D rone of their staff has Decided tho lito letica will remain at m, and is loo .strenuous 'for 'him, especially, while tlio Dvooklyns the in- ('when' h'c runs foul ofj a' .good ''Iwo- r.ill to Daylona, liud Jtauddd' lighter 'like Cooper Smeaton, St.-'Pcteraburs.riii., Dy tho' ''Tblllles" to The street'and 4th'avenue. The' first boaVd nf managers intcrscas trust, lo which ivirtually" all cargoes reacliiiig Holl- and arc'iiow gov- .criiment guarantee that they will not ;lic exported to Germany, has put its in a position .which will be declaration. "The Lord is my in splen- first VrcKuylerian serricc hclrt .in, tljc did the .mornins, mid Uic I town was presided over by P' .soprano and liazitonc duet, "Calm as [..Mackenzie in the summer of ISSii.j the was given -a i The nanios ol Hcv. Aligns-Uobertsnn icinlfring by Mrs.. Laytnii anri j and A. Cameron as cvh piifors air 'Mr, ,in tl.c evening. .A also counucleil wit! li hj tLLiau hii> organ recital by Mr.J f ORPHEUM The People's Playhouse J Where Everybody Goes' J Eleanor Movan Sweet Voiced Singer of the Pop. ular Hits Eastiis Johnson Darkey-Sinner of Old Southern Melodies Signer Tanini In Operatic Airs The Sea IVymplis A Two-Reft! Keysone Farct Comedy E-eppo A Romance of Did .Italy Tlic Widow's The Story of a Woman's Strug- gles in. (hs Mortli West. The MutuaJ All the Latest News' and ;Vis.iivs. from Eve ythhg 5c- and 1ue. 'and-. 15c. POPULAR .'PRICED PLAY- HOUSE 1 ;