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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915 THE LETHilltlDG E .DAILY II E R A L tf PAGE THREE KILL OFF WINNIPEG TEAM SCORED BIG VIC- TORY IN ALLAN CUP MATCH Winnipeg, Man., March 1-1 goals.to Ij, the disposed of Iho Fort Williams liockeyisls in the ro- Lnni games on tho auditorium rink 10- iiighl, thereby winning the round by the -score of 1C 10 in, and enter the uext round of the Allan Cup series. Overcoming a three-soul lead, gained Uy the Fort William learn on tbeir liomo ice, the Monarchs HOGII took i.be jump on tlielr oiiuoncnts in (he first j half and had run the margin up to il to 1 on tbe game and fc to li on the series nt the half-way mark. After that they simply ran away from their advcrsHiies und in the sec- ond half pilod up goal after goal, and only scnEiitionnl {-oal-linepins by Me- 'J'eigue eared the visitors from a ter- rible walloping. This young player Ntopped 43 sholu, ant) imiJuriLy of them were of tho sibling variety and Bumc of hin stons were simply wonder- ful. EL PASO BUSINESS MEN ANXlOUb FOR TIGHT IN' BRAVES' MAINSPRING NOT IN GOOD SHAPE DON'T BET ON BIG FIGHT, SAYS EXPERT Hugh Fullerton Warns Sporting World Aqainst JohnsOn-WII- lard Go Hugh. Fullerton, tlio celebrated spurting writer, IB not iJiirtltular he tiny a about tho .lolmsou- fleli'l- Here lb hlb 1alosL: "Whether Jack Johnson mi a JHBB Willard Tight at or Havana on March or any other date, here IK IJie liest tly on Uic battle: Don't liel, a cent! The conditions surrounding ihc match ni'C, to the least, snfi- picioiiB, tins recent hctlinc; among lliosu alleged-Jio be close to the principals and ihe promoters is more so, ;uid the cut Ire atmos- phere is bad. There are rumors and gossip among tho sporting fra- tcrnlly that hint at a big job beins pulled oIT: I have hoard it slated in several ivjiys, (jut ivliollier or not the match is on Uic level it is Iho beat one of recent yours to avoid in a betting sense. Paso, March Promoters oi the .TohnSQii-Wil- lard boxing contest announced today that a commit.tee o! Kl I'aso business men had Lelc- graphed Jack Johnson a Riiac- antce jor. siuc conduct to Juarez and return, offering a cash bond as assurance. Tom Jones, Jesse AVillard's manager, said he ivculd not take his boxer to Havana unless there put up a sufficient cash guarantee. CURLING Hugh Scott and AV. L. Clark made a fine cleim up 1n the Cadillac tropfly lust njght. The scores: IJiiGlL Scot! 14 Jus; Airil 3 L. W. Clftrl; 19 Hugti Boyd.. 4 BS 13 Two strong rinks conic from Taber to play tor the Cadillac tnnight. Their personnel: S. Y. JlcCofl, Gcorso En-ing, Jack RGBS, Tom Henderson, skin; J. H. Kobinson, C. C. iMalion, B. Wright, B. A. CairOG. skip. JOHNNY EVERS MAY BE LATE Bravei' Captain Not Recovering as Quickly as Expected OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE TABLES FIRST DIVISION D I, V A Ht Cldham'-Uhlr.lie 13 8 5 58 42 34 Evcrton' 13 7 7 (53 31 33 Itlanchesier City 12 B 33 26 33 Sheffield Wed. 12 9 li 47 40 33 Wackourn Rovers. 13 C 9 64 -47 32 W. Broinirich A.....12 f, 8 35 21 30 Sheffield United 11 8 7 32 25 30 Sunderlanil H 2 11 63 59 30 Bradford City S 12 6 41 32 Midtileslioro ,9 'ewcaslle United. 4 9 40 47 20 5 10 11 Sit 26 (i 11 43 52 34 5 12 40 38 23 12 32 36 20 Chelsea.................. !i 10 10 32 41 20 Bolton Wanderers. S 4 14 51 58 20 Manchester United 5 10 12 35 44 20 ohnnj' Evers, captain of the Braves written 10 a friend expreaslne doubt that he will uu able to start tlie seaeon the team. Vlo he is uot recctering as rap idly ns he expected from tho pneu monia which he contracted last D cember in Neiv York, but expects to go south for spring practice. He says that It he finds in the south that lie is not strong enough he 'will be idle un- til lie can do the Braves justice. Jsow he is at a camp trying to huild up. Gaffney Is malting every effort to strengthen the Braves, in view cf Ev- era1 ii'jiiess. Whltted was kept from the Philadelphia, club in order to act as Evers' substitnle. Refreshing, quieting to nerves, steadying-, to stomach. They help to keep thirst away. They give you pleasure in double measure 1 The wax-wrapped package keeps all its goodness iffi and every particle of impurity oat.. Each stick, too, is separately wrapped in waxed paper it -is doubly protected and preserved. Two Delightful Flavors: has the inviting flavor of fresh mint leaves. has the New Double Strength Peppermint flavor. LARRY PIPER TO PLAY IN NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE Lurry Piper of the.Calgary baseball team will play this season ivHU the Aberdeen clulroF tile Northwestern league. "The crisiJialed from Tor- outo amateur ranljs, 'going to tbe lipeg .Maroons in play his first irot'esaional ball. Three years ago 16 joined the CaJgary lironHV. AIR PRINCE ALBERT PROTEST AGAINST MELVILLE TODAY Notts County .ToUcnlram ti 1-1 17 20 1-1 30 00 VI SECOND DIVISION Saskatoon, Sask.. March dent A. E. Hayilcj! staled tonight lhat he was giving both Prince and Derby County .......18 Arsenal. 15 Preston North li.. .13 K 7 38 34 32 Harnslcy 15 2 10 -10 32 Birmingham 13 4 7 50 25 30 Hudilersficld Town 13 3 11 11 33 20 linry.................... 11 7 10 48 44 23 County. 13 5 .H -II 43 29 Bristol City 12 10 40 36 38 Clapton Orient 10 8 10 33 37 28 Volverliamjitim W. II 5 11 40 27 Hull City 11 3 0 39 38 25 Fulliam 10 5 10 37 32 26 Lincoln Cily 3 7 10'34 37 25 Leeds 10 4 M -19 43 34 Notts Forest 8 8 13 37 55 21 10 a 15 .10 47 23 Melville nn opportunity of having delegate each meet with the protest F A 1H committee in 'Moose on Wednes- <1 (10 24 42 day to present both sides of the Ills 0 5G 30 31 pule. Further, he made' it plain that These economical goodies: brighten and preserve the" teeth, moisten soothe mouth and throat, aid appetite arid digestion. IN CANADA, Win. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd, Toronto after every meal" FELL' DOWN IN LAST FIFTEEN MINUTES .AND LOST BY TWO GOALS HOCKEY MATCH AT HAT IN AID OF PATRIOTIC FUND Lethbridge iailcil to come home with he .bacon from Medicine Hat. The LetJfhridge hockey sepictto was in j lopr condition and heeause of that I 'act the home team won by a score of .13 to 11 in the patriotic matoli played :iL the Hat last nicht. Lethhridge led the for a score of a'to 'I in the first period, and at :the end of the second period Ifcey still ahead.and looked like casr winners the score was 8 to 5. In the third period.LcLiibriilgc scor- ed another, and wivh only fifteen min- utes, to go tjhcy had it oil'the Hat to hut right there the Lous commenced to hit tlie tobog- gan, Tim, Dunn, of the' Hat, came throueli with one and then another and another, and Corfi, his team- mate, did the same. Lct'ubridgc fought against the tide, but it ol no avail. Jt proved an eleventh hour vic- tory for the. Hat when.the count was made ai the with the home team two up. Monaghan ami Turcottc did nearly all ilie scoring for Loth bridge, get- ting all the counts but one apiece scored by Davine and Taylor. Tlic the local team Pill- goal Smith, cover Devine, i coyerpoinl. Taylor, left wins; Tur- icotte, right, wing; Oliver, rover [Monaghan, ccntrc. CLUSHOUSE BURNS DOWN Ont., .Jlarch iCaiioe club's new clubhouse went up [in smoke yesterday morning. Tbe fire, it is suspected, starled from tho workmen's stove. The men liafl.to jump into the water to escape. The old clubhouse xas burned out two years ugq. and the new one, which was- to cost was all but com- pleletl. The damage done is eatimntecl at GEIS BESI OF NEWSPAPER DECISION GOES IN FAVOR OF THE ST. PAUL MIDDLEWEIGHT Hudson, WiB., March Oib- bojiH of SI. I'iiiii was awnraed ;i news- luipcr decision over Kddiu McCJuorLy or Win., iii .1 1C iio-decl- slon bout lien.1 tonight. Cilbboiifi iintl McGooity liad met once beforu, the ]niter winning a popu'iar decision In their New York buttle In ilic fall of J9J2, There wns vory llltlo bolting on Hie outcome of tonight's af- fray, although it IB said some even money was placed. Frank Noel may referee tho Juarez fiffht." We never thought It of him. Ilia record has Leon uublumiBhed. Still hope lio Is fair and lakes at luxnl six Beeonds to count leu If Johnson Is knocked down. TIE IN THE N.H.A. Montreal, Quc., Mai'cli Tlmt die Waiiclerom and Otla- wiis ..i-ti nrjy; on terms for the National Hockey Mini L'JmJiipJojikhlp was assort- ed ItiBt night, wlien President Lichtenhcln of the U'audarers announced that Uie 'would not play off the game wltli Toronto Shamrocks, de- faulted by the latter time nso. SliouM the tied luams bolh win tonight's games, Wanderers from Torontos and OtUuvas Croiu Quebec, the'icad- en; play off for the diuin- piOHBln'JJ. ORPHEUM Vaudeville of Unalitv Change ot Program TO-DAY Geo. Kirby Monologiat and Varlsty Entertainer Eleanor Moraii Sweet Voiced Singer of the Latest Song Successes LAST TIMES TONIGHT: Higiior Tanni In Italian Operatic Selections The Howcr Reaps A Beautiful Two Part Story of Intense Emotional Interest That Minstrel Man A Keystone Comedy with a Laugh In Every Foot The Motherless Kids A Beauty Comedy Drama, Just a Little Different From Most Keeper of the Light A Princess Drama of Timely interest. Matinees dally at 2 p- m. Adults Eveninga Continuous 7 to 11 Adults ____ 15c. Children... 5c. Children .10c. Big1 Country Store Tomorrow Evening MAJEBTIC NEXT SAT. MAR. 6th MATINEE AND NIGHT THEO. JOHNSON OFFERS THE-PLAYERS IN TheBrixton Burglary With Notable Cast Guy Harrington AND BESSIE MacALLISTER BARGAIN MATINEE SATUR- DAY AT 3 P. M. to (1.00 Matinee .Z5e and 50c Seats Now Selling at Hedley Drug Co. EDWARD 1 The Man'that made the Story of. Brewiter's Millions Famouc, Will be Seen in a Four Part Play "The Making of Bobby PLENTY OF COMEDY AND WAR Featuring Our George the Army in France, and orvthe Bittle Fjeld of Ypret. MISS LUELLA SIMONS JOHNSON IN AN ENTIRE 'NEW CHANGE 'OF PROGRAMME Friday and Plckford, the World'! "BeTiindvTh'e Sce'net" THE EMPRESS' 'OF FlVi PIECES, isjaecaNp TO NONE IN THE WEST. UOME OF PARAMOUNTIPICTUREC 11 The Best In The World U Lciccstrr Fosse R 13 34 3 18 because of the great lack or time Hie decision of the protest, committee would be absolutely final. GILMORE TALKS FIGHT St. Lcnis. Mo..-Mnrch President Gllmore of the Federal league today said the leaguo would build a perman- ent ball pai'k in N.J., and find no Intention of Ei-ansferriug the Newark club to Now York. Another club would bo transferred V to New Tori; next year. 'President Gilmorc uald the Federal yd league' still slaimot} James Austin, (he -.9 67 In ba 17 23 15 DRAW SECOND ROUND NORTHERN UNION CUP March Following is .the draw Tor. the Becorid 'round of the Northern Union be played Sflt- urdnv. March 13: SwintoirrB.SU Helena; Urbuehton Rangers vs. Hull Kingston Rovers; Hull vs. Wnrrlrigton vs. Sal- ford; BrAdford (Northern) vs. AVIdiiee vs. Keiehloy vs. Barrow; Itoohdfllo irprnctn ya. Brpugli- ton Moor Uullcd, baseman who 'jumped from tlie Pittsbui'E Federals back Co the St. .Louis Americana, and lhat" if Judge Landia in liis approaching decision upheld tlie coul.cn tlcn of llio Federal league, tbe league -would light for Aus- tin, Waiter. Johnson and. other players who signed with tho outlaw organiza- tion, nnd then went buck to organized GIANTS ARE TRAINING- Jlarlln, Tcy., Match- Regular spring training 6C the New -Ycrk Giniits begun today, A five-Inning garab between regulars, and recruits vrill he tho afternoon programme-dally for (lie Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Wife of Harry K. Thaw, and her son, Russell William Thaw, featured in The Threads of Destiny A magnificent 5-part photo play. Don't fail to see this woman who has set the whole world talking. This is her firs.t ance in Western Canada and it may be her last, so be sure and come early tonight Willis and Dell Versatile The Piano Mover Comedy Majestic Theatre Next MOM. TUES., Mar. 8-9. JOHN P. SLOCUM prw.nl. the Brilliant EnglUh Mutickl Comedy Succeis First Real Musical Suc- cess of the year. QUAKER GIRL A StlPEp CAST A REAL BEAUTY CHORUS that can sing ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. 24 SONG HITS. TIMELY PRICES--Lower Floor, Gallery, 50c. MATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. ;