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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta it >FmpAY, Mi/vuv.n 3, 191(5 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD mm TEAM IS lANT AT MTBALL Defeated (Jardston Boys at the Y.M. C. A. Last Night. , Ncjirly Douhlinij: the Score Jilbilaliou volgiiH In Y.M.C.A. utii-iGtfc circles today. The norilor li�Hk-ctbnll B(iimd triumpheil oviir tlin Card-atoii coatliiKont in u j'oiihIiik till, liy !i acoro of 41 points to 22, at the. "Y" lioro Inst night. U is I ho lirnl vUv tory tor tho "Y" boys la thrcu mulch-08 plnyotl this HeuHon. Tluiy pr�vlous-ly dropped two Kiunos to I lie Knight Academy oE Raymond. Tiic victory is not accounted for by inttn-lor talent on the part of Cardston as compared to tho Raymond boys, hnt rather to a superior style of phiy tliat tlio locals have developed over fheir previous stylo. Cardston showed cUisa but botlibrldgo wont their opponent.') one belter. Tho machine-like combination play of the locals was a revelation, and they went throuKh their liusUy op-l)onent'9 defense with startling icgul-arlty. Cardston. too. put throufh as many clever manoeuvres but usually faded through lack of accurato shooting. Tho game was fast iit uU times and penalties were few. Cardston Starts Well Cardston started out. like a house afire, notchlns half a dozen points in \tho first five minutes, while /^etli-Ibrldge was drawing blanks. About Jiult way through tho ilrst half they commenced to oven up matters ami eventually the "Y" forged ahead. The close of the first halt saw the score bouril reading 21 to H in I'svor of the "Y" tenm., Tho locals had no dilli-culty in maintaining their advantage in the second half and toward tho close the scoring grow monotonous, hut the monotony was relieved hy .some excollc .it combination work. Wilfred Murray was held in reserve for tho second half, relieving Jimmy Campbell. Wilf, made the most sensational shot of the game when he located the basket with a back throw .om tho side. Girls' Contest 'I'hc preliminary contest bclweeu tho girls teams from the girls gymnasium classes was a liumnK.-r. The Reds led at the sturl nnd held the lead throughout the half, closing tho llrst session one point in advance of the Whites' score, .S to '. The ^Vhltes forged to tho front in the second half and they appeared to iiav the honors i)f victory well in their grasp, but they were doomed to disappointmoni wlien IMiss Frame made a field basket and l)iit the Heds within a point of tho AVhltes and Miss Murray settled their fate by negotiating two more points, by another lield, making tho score 14 to K) in the Reds' favor, just as the whistle was about to blow the conclusion of tho match. Harry B. McElyea rel'ereed. He gave entire satisfaction to both sides. A good crowd was in attendance, but tho gallery was by no nieuuK taxed lo its capacity. The lontesi was worthy of a greater turnout. Line-up for Main Event Cardston IjCthbridge 10. C^urlsun forward i'. Dunaworth PAGE THREE EACH TOOK SERIES N BOWLIN b Ciirdston Won Fivc-Pin Cla.^h But Were Beaten By Leth-bridge at Ten Pins ? I' ? An oven break was the result o' tho bowling series between LethbrldKc and Cardston bowlers at the nomlnloji alleys here last night. Cardston took the measure of the local trundlors In the (Ivo-pin matches, ond (hey did It with, extreme ease, llnlshiag 'Jt! pins to tho good in the two games played. I..ethbridgo trimmed the Cardston-ite.s about an easy at ten pins ns they were themselves defeated at lino pins. A margin of SU) pins sujmrated tho winners from the losers wiien tho total pins were compared. ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? ? : : ? ? HOW CAN THEY EVER DO IT -Madison, Wis., Jiarch 2.- The co-ed athletes of Wlscon-siti have been under the honor system in tho team rcKuln-tlona for feminine athletes. They are pledged (;k, cut out ioo cream and put In a certain time each day In general conditioning, depending on tho branch of sports in which 'they are enrolled. They are pledged lo report their own violation of^any of tho niles. ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? : TWO OURS TO A DRAW Santel and Westcrgaard.Wrestle Until Police Stepped Into the Ring c GES AT E CAUSE NO S (GONTINUEI) JFnOJt FUONT PaOE) Sbii Francisco, March 2.-.less West-orgaard liiid Ad Santel last night wrestled hero tv/o hours and 24 minutes without a fall. At the end of that time Iho match was stopped by orders of a police sergeant, who said that Chief of Police I). A. White had Instructed him to'close down tho show at 12 o'clock. A MARVELOUS HORSE Cardston-Cairncross Cook .. .. Potorsou .. Spencer .. Cheeseman Ten Pin Scores Totals Lcthhridgc- Shover ...... .Mercer...... Levasser .. .. TJoberBetzig .. lOvans...... Totals .. .. Cardston- .Matkin..... Carlson .. . Thomj>Bon ... Detreich .. , Cheosenian .. Totals .. .. Letlibridge- Sliover...... Carl...... Ivovnsser , . .. llobersetzig .. Ramaay .. .. 'Petals !(),-. 204 i4n 8,-.- 234 101 1 23C 122 183- 25i; ten ;:2i Clfi ($04- 1250 I no 1 n- :i4:? Mil 121- 270 2or! 154- ;-j,-,7 ir>8 141- 2n9 1.5(1 1 291 Sl(! 714- 1560 Scores �n 4S- SO 14 27- 41 27- S3 11 - fiO HO 48- 7S 182 17.-,- 3.^7 I'll 22_ 4.S MIT 'n- r,7 2(j 27- 5'� 27 n- S8 :'.o 2^_ .-.3 14.-. 114- 259 TED LEWIS CLAIMS WELTERWBGHT TITLE Victory Over Stone in Twenty-Round Go at New Orleans Reason for Claim Now (jiloana, March 2.-Ted Lev.-is of England, was awarded a referee's decision over Harry Stono cf New York at the ond of their 20-roun,] bout liere tonight. By his victory Lewis claimed the welterweight championship of tho world. .Johnson and Hamilion had a very .strenuous game for the Oxiand chickens last night at the rink. The score stood () to fi on the home stretch, when Johnson's rink laid down two, wliich ifamilton c(mld not got at. Tonight's games: J. S. Kirkham vs. X. B. Peat. K. D. Johnson vs. I). D. McXabb. Dr. W. H. Marrs vs. S. J. Shepherd... InKi>t. Chancy vs. D. A. Simpson. ! 'I* "l* J* *X� J* I* ** *l* J* EXTRA SPECIAL STAGE AUTO RACE AT SAN DIEGO Famous Drivers Will Compete in 50-Mile Grind The Auditorium rink will he tlio scene of a nil.xed hockey nnitcii tomorrow evening. Tho -Vuditorlum girls' team will play the Jlounted Police team, comnien('ing at 7.30. The betting is 2 to 1 in favor of the ladles. ? : ? : > : ; SPORTSMEN OF CENTRAL B.C. AFTER GOVERNMENT AID To Send Request that Lakes Be Restocked With Fish A. .Smith forward C. Snow centre .S. Cahoon guard i:. Thompson guard It. Lea reserve a. McKlllop n. Llind .\. Kane .1. Campbell \Y. Murray Points Scored Carilston: Cnrlson 10; A..Smith, (i; Cahoon. 0; total 22. ' Lethbridge: Dunswortli, 12; :\IcKil-lop, IG; Lund, 4; Kuno, 4; Campbell, 1; Murray 4; loini 41. While Girls Line-up Ked E. Slowarl forwards A. Murray J. Stewart forward � K. Frame G. Holt i.'ontro I^lrs. JIcElyoa M. Nlmmons guard P. FUraor :*1. ISutlcr .ward F. Dunsworth Points Scored While: Miss Stewart 4,; Ml.= '> > '> > > > The settlement of ihe row over "Homo Run" Bakor brings back this softson ono of tho shining lights of bnaeball. Bakor was missed last season, not so much by Connie .Mack and tho AthlollCB 08 by the fans, who love a free clouter. Baker has an unusual record. He never atarrod in the fluid, and brilliant plays wore npt expected from ilia corner of tho diamond, but � for tlve couBocutlvo years he drove in ' more runs than any otber player In tho Amerlcon League. .> .;. .;. .:�.; .;. .;. > COMING CONTEST IS ? MILLIONAIRES' AFFAIR ? iroiiljlo. Be Sure To See The r War At The EMPRESS Tonight and Tomorrow Night bo just as well enforced by the at-torney-genoral'a department. He denied that prohibition was not a success in tho Cardston district, and said one drunken man in a dry district is noticed moro than scores in liquor areas. He was glad and proud to say tliat after years of ex|)crlonco there was only one district in tlio province (hat rolled up as largo a percentage for the llciuor act as Cardston riding-tho Acadia district. Mr. Woolf also gave hearty approv-al of the woman's franchise. Ho said in no francblse stale that he know of did a woman aspire to an olllce ahe was not qualllied lo fill. If any woman did she would be promptly turned down by her sex. Ho could see no reason why tho women were denied the right to vote for federal candidates in this province. They have been denied that right by the Borden government. Ho could see nothing fair nor logical in the policy of the federal government. Mr. Woolf took a fling at Mr. Tweedie for his sneer at tho ladles of Calgai-y who had worked for his opponent. Mr. Tweedie had gloated over taking his opponent's deposit when the ladies had no vote, but now that the franchise is theirs ho Is making all haste to "get in out of the rain." Mr. Woolf in reply to Dr. Blow's praiae of the Borden government giv. ing seed grain relief, he said it was not a gift.- It was a first charge against the land and wasn't well administered at that. It was a good thing to lend the grain, but why shouldn't they do It. The settlers were brought here by the federal immigration policy. They were .unprepared for the time of stress and It was tho moral duty of the goveni-menl to assist. If these farmers had had the privilege to ship their grain across the line they would have been able to repay tho loan in full, and have an equal amount as surplus. He condemned the attitude of .Uossra. Borden and Rogers on the free wheat question. They are special pleaders for the transportation'interests and the millers. The farmers didn't want to injure business but could say, "Oh, Lord, how long will business continue to punish us." Geo. Hoadley George Hoadley (Okoloks) In speak-ing, dealt with naturalization and said i the value of a citizenship paper depended quite as largely on the recipient as on the state. It depended on the way the conditions were lived uv to. Mr. Hoadley spoke for some time on what he described "intelligent patriotism." He strongly opposed 1 boon and opponents would not be al machine gun fimds and argued that howcd to side-step the issue. \~>v. all effort should be concentrated on' Campbell referred to the opposition what is most important al home. It leader's criticisms on the premier as was the duty of tho government to an "autocrat," and asked it a man equip tho soldiers. who placed tho most radical legisla- Asked hy .Mr. .Mitchell who inspired tion of any virovince on (he slaluto the raising of the machine gun fund, books could be so described. A man Mr; Hoadley couldn't say. Ho wasn't who gave the province direct loslala-well enough versed on that subject. tion, womanhood suffrage and other Mr. Hoadley comhatted free wheat social nieasure.s, is the very reverse and advocated sample markets. He.of an autocrat; ho is a man of the Scene from "Tiliie's Punctured Romance," at the Orpheum tonight. charged the U. P. A. with preventing the establishment of sample markets in Alberta. The Okoloks member then devoted some time to weeds and said il was the greatest problem of the south. He wanted the farmers lo say whether they wo.uld get more money through free wheat or eradicating weeds. Mr. Mitchell said as most of tho land in tlie south this year produced from forty to sixty bushels there must have been some wheat. Mr, Hoadley said the question was impossible to answer. Considerable cross firing ensued and the speaker took cover by stating that he would reserve further comment until the estimates are brought down. Mr. Hoadley, dealing with tho railway situation Infen-entially, condemned the federal railway commission for the poor service given by the C. N. R. and that competition had not resulted in lower rates. Dr. Campbell Dr. Campbell (Ponoka) after an appreciative reference to his desk-mate, Hon. A. G. MacKay, who is slowly recovering from a severe Illness, dealt with some of the criticisms of the opposition members. He said single tax worked o.ut well in Ponoka, the town having a surplus. He defended the government taking all the Increment tax and showed that In this province the people are relieved of enormous expenditures met by direct taxes in other provinces. He charged Mr. Hoadley with "dodging the free wheat issue by raising other questions. The farmers are determined to have this people, serving the commonwealth. Robt. Campbell U. Campbell (Rocky .Mountain) after a few references to conditions in his riding, opposed free wheat as a man who deals in grain. The farmers' demand for free wheat, ho said, is just election guff. Mr. Puffer moved the adjournment. ROGERS GO GSUWIIOOEFEA scon COVER EN Regina, March 2.-Hon. Robert Rogers loomed large in the bribery investigation yesterday nnd $500,000 was the generous amount witnesses claimed they heard he had secured from brewers with which to defeat the Scott government. An exhibit covering many pages was placed in evidence, the report ot Thiel detectives on Mr. Rogers' movemeuts in Winnipeg and other places In the spring ot 1915. Only a small part of the report was road when submitted by Acting Premier Caldor on the witness stand, as he explained that was the most direct port of the Thiel men's evidence concerning "Bob" Rogers, as the minister was always referred to. This part reported tho movements ot Mr. Rogei-s on May 12. OuvlrdeGemonvillecf^tir"' f\emn>e. uREGREr LANORECOUnTjJt-'S-Xf^ ':j{jF^M0ULAINVIUE wdebeuupt cH';i/j'i::::'f, �Belrupt^ '�� o 1 OHtudimvillt^^^y^F^t)\} ROZEttlER F!P'HAUPAIHVIllE^,. 'M:^ of the Bantam battalion, was in town yesterday in tho interest ot the Bantams and is on his way to Alberta seeking recruits tor tho battalion. Twenty-^ four men left here yesterday for 'Victoria and Now Westminster, to join tho 103rd and 131st battalions. : Over twenty men havo been e.xam-ined and passed tor the new battalion the 225th. Recruiting is going on actively at Cranbrook, Nelson and Grand Forks. Al the latter place the whole force of the Independent Rifle Company has joined the 225th. Lieut. Wllford Edward Bull, of Win-nipeg, of tho '4lh Field Company. 2nd Canadian Divisional Engineers, and son ot .Manllus Bull, managing direct, or of the Royal Crown Soap Works, was serio.iislv wounded when in ac� tion. VERDUN FOREST AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY - This map shows Cliamp Neuville, only five miles north ot Verdun, which tho GerraaiiB clnlm to hftyo .captured, EVERY THREE MINUTES ONE DIES IN THE U. S. The Anti-Tuberculosis Society iliusi Irates the frightful toll of consumption by extinguisliing a light every iiirea' minutes, and shows that it is the man or woman, girl or boy, who neglecL-j colds, whose blood is impure, who feels weak and languid, who is the very one to contract tuberculosis-and. none are immune. f During changing seasons, or after sickness, blood-qualily is most impor-' tant, and if you and your family will, take Scott's Emulsion after meals it will charge your blood i.!vrith liealtlK; Bustaiuing richness,iq�lc1�e� �circulation^' �ud sticngthen both.juiigs and.tUroat. � ScQll'a is free from drugs-easy to takt -It cannot harm. Get � bottle to-day, Bwu 8; liowHc, Torenlo, Out, :; \y3n 000721 864613 ;