Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, MARCH -I, 1915 THE LETI'nninr, EGAILY HERALD PAGE THREE EDMONTON TEAM WINS FROM B. C. CHAMPIONS Sa.st IfniL was tlBVo II I Limus fxlrt Ion Eskimos M.nvh I iil ..i M. indy Kluw, the i on iroin llic a es, and David a( scored :Jl Ulc played undev WELSH AND WHITE TO CO 20 ROUNDS Cliltneo, (II., Vnrcli round l.o u dominion hr.- -I- WelHh and -f. Cliarllo Whim fcr llie Uclil- I (.'hiimulonshlp of Iho ivoi'.d. fmicUc.'ilJy clinched List, night. wlicn NiUo Lewis, manner of While, and Hurry I'olloiMt, manager, held a telegraphic 'conferencu, and land (IfMVji tho terms for Hit; mulch. A row detiiils lull iinsoUJctl, Mr.i( ihc l wo will nt-l together now it curlainty. icani Lliis evening hy a scor in an AMi-ii puiw. At no] Tin1 train lime win; tin- play uiiyLliiug mil uf ,f I I M-'i'i'inl half was I aml M uf jr.unu CHIHI; in1 trains lined up as mlltnvs nsitinn Vancouver ordinary, ami lln- L-imvd urn-, lie llTiili'd to il liiilm-. wllilc even- i Mtiiihead...........I'uiiil ly I'liougli (lividuil, alinosl iiiiin-1 llctiiiiiniiii.......Coror...................... liMTslini; lOclmuiitim omnium Lynn..................Hover..........I. Illack I llie final scor YmiiMHivor il.................. (ioal .McLaren Hauisny j Colin Arrliilmlll Close Game of Indoor Baseball at "Y" Sulliorl-.inil llic liiilltr Irani. Tin- lirsl DIM....................I.t'Tl............ Tlmmsoii pluvcil TllnlL'r Hiilisli Ct'liiin- CHAMPIONS TO BOX MARCH 17 Plllladcliihiu, I'a., .Miii-i'Ii ilL- (lu: sixnuiiul lioiil lioLwceu Ivi'ljaiu', ivclsllil cliaiiiiilon. iinil Kid Williams, lioliicr of Ihe taiiUiiu-.voishl tllh', will lie belli ill llils rlty en Murcli IT, iniulc lasC nlgiil hy Many KiiwnnlE. of llic- Oiynijiia ivliioli 'will Hliiye Hie SHRUDRUE LOSING SIGHT OlUwa, Ont., -Mured one u! (he (M'rjLJiJf; n> hislm-v the tin- I deiealed Qurbi'c In a srnrc ni four Lo tbicc, and thus ticil up with J WiindJircrs in tlio faro the Stanley iiitd riuiiiipinii.-hip ni ihc ill. A. OLlawa led ihuiunhoui and i-lntuld liave Von In ;i [nil lliey MTU as usual unabh- u> niid ilic net. TUHO.NTO SHOULD WON .Montreal, March inure like tail-emU'l'S tfian ;i l-.rvi division j ic.iiiM, Lilt Wanderers lucky In Jitisc uul a silicic1 K'li'l lit their linal KChedukd N. il A. lixiurr! hci'c tonijfhl, when they heal UK: j Toroultw }iv n -score nj to 1. Never) singe of tin1 did ihejS i U'aiidcrtra pliu a! tjcs'i form. Tlio i niiiLiii'p sijundiul was a hnllov; for llie Jlcruld'u "rain! 'Tonmins, through arndmis to play-! m ..IcvGiilIMiour to iiluy willioul Ihe j vices in 1 lan'y L ami1 run and .lack ic'iiin at lirully inexperienced s'.'hMi lutes, Yok esbit Thaw THE MOST TALKED OF WOMAN IN THE WORLD, IN "THE THREADS OF DESTINY" FIVE PART PHOTO-PLAY TOMORROW ('HAS. CHAPLIN A TWO PART COMEDY ENTITLED TOMORROW THE TENTH EPISODE OF THE STKK KKY THE GREATEST OF ALL SERIALS VANCOUVER WINS LAST j Vicionu, U.C., Alarcll llic final Pacific Cosist hocUtiy league .'iaiilfi ol llie stiison Iicrt! toniglii, tlio cliaiupioh >'ancouverii dclonlod Vluloria in llic; lieaviest scoring gamu of (lie a score of Id II. Dun- York, N.Y., March or, Eiiiiioiinctjil lodiiy (lint lio hud canccHed all engagements owiniv lo hlindnGSt; in cue fiyci and i he danger or losing the sight of Jlio oil] or. Shrug run recently posted a. Tcrfeit for Lho world's light weight chainpionsliiii. HR waG 10 box .Inn Maiitloi in Ncsv Orleans oil March -1. Arkansas MS dry: and al'ter dcrdalc'was the haaviftet scorer with [this miring bis "lia.mm players will not five to In'a e.reilli. Miicfcaj' came set.1, j mtxiotis to go UILTC ;i nionlli ond with four. Ccok and Stanluy also I ahead of tlic lo gel into condi- j Mudville, had striiclt out. liirurtid In (he scoring. liun. A nil thai laih-il ic tho d'iiilh I'licli lo Hi I'or victory in rally of an iudiior 1 match with Ihc flllic "V" yuslurdny lictwccn five i-ml and Luwtlit-r. Uix o'clock. The. Jtol by j [lt !uiJ-cml hvnors of tin The Real Instate team was IiiiidiiiK riicus and by .S lo whc'ii UK; Herald 'went In for hist bat in the sc'veritli [SvaiiE, Carlcy and Buc-baiian scored Tor Iho Herald; and NichclKou occupied second and lliirti liases, "'ill! j livans lo bat. Tor the second lime of! Ihe, inninrs, arid t'tvo men out: a hit' would probably have scored tivo runs and tied tho score, but. Lhere waH a hole in Kvans" bat, through wiiit-lj f N.I ior the llie linal same ;ils won, u td 2, in a times was but, was unintcrcsliiig. met in The !oc- vliicli a l live of some l he- most pail BIG LEAGUERS AT THE TRAINING CAMPS baseball IKTI and to irom Delroit last Today ;i couple hundred v.ill f-ct nfrrhc, com L-Lih'hiigc diet iliey he the oni'-unii since last ccimniencfi kir'dng about llic ingLon roolcicy and mgulats tumbled liiiiiqucls limy 'iiuist undpi'so r-ut oi bed early today in the clear, I linos daily hauls' in Mie fine Virginia morning air, for their got into t- iiiglil. t'Jiarlol (csvillc, Fifteen .southrill training i'nml'K- .M-ICOJJ, Champion Hoslon arc nxpectfd litre cither to- day or i.innorrow iorv tlicir untiusl Uaminp. Man tiger SlalliiiR-s vill cniisc over his Jjoinc lo Hiijicmsi.' the Avork. Marlin, ful! sqiiart ut Gi- ants, numbering around TjO. today skirted real training. The veterans. to join the iirsL pruclicc. Prirrshurn, Phil- and Killifcr, PIlcliOT Ross sciil hii; smchiust deliv- ery-whiff whiff, whiff, iiml the game was over; Kvans, like mighiy Casey at IfcsLmt; same among ihe fratpcnal in this, hcssuii in t'ne citv. Kvcrv Friiiay uvcnine linds U fur four a largo' number of plaVcrs and spct- mga. The Herald was firsl to scoru, gathered in the Moose Hall, I.OIIK malung iho grade in the second e 1CS arp lavcd iiinlriBs The Ileii] LsUUcrs lied iiji in plavs. ;lre the third, when Stewart romued home. a, Umes ib lliBh. Thc In Hie io.irH. Stewart agiiiri came i" schedule is Fast draviiig lo a cios. j and Carlej- did likewise for the Her- amj thc are llot yet round. aid makins it two all. thc JIUOSP have their The Jlerald defence blew up in the ]ast tun matches to fiilh and their oit.uonentti scored three, while they garner one. The Heal Estaters miulc l.wo more in the sixth and the Herald Jiew a blanli. One more was added to ihe Real Rs- lalG (cam's score in the seventh and then tJic Herald canio to bat and ce'.L1- ftratcd with sufficient ardor to cause their considerable worry Mayer, here. They before they received their qiiifit.ii! lies joined "Lonesome will he in the reception committee to; jlOEa ;iml Stewart made a brilliant ivelcoruc _ 1'nl .Moran and his as a battery Tor tho Heal Ks- 1'roiit JacKaonvillt1. _ I.Late leiun. Carley and Kaiii for tiiti Herald were criuafly good: where Hi .Jacksonville, 77 hours or deck walking, the Athletics bid pjod-bye Lo the Dodgers, this morning, and started CHECKERS Bill Donovan and Iiis are today spending MHithward to Savannah, Gn., ilinv wiil be joined in a few dars hy who have, ganies Inst_ nighL au the "t M. C. A. Herald fell down was with the stick at oppnrnine moments. The Heal Stewart, Ross, Fischer, Lund, f 'arson, Johnson. Pickel. Herald Zlvans, Car.ey, Kaln, Frey, Unchanan, Long, Nicholson. Score by innings: Heal Estate 001 132 S Herald cliccket tournament 010 110 3-G postfes Car- follows-: Brandow (i, '2 Johnson. 8, tlic regular battery liCPii boiling out, at Hot .Ark. Carr 0 Nicholson '1, I'nUcrUm '1 San Antonio, ClcieJaml JIamly 2, Mooic -1, Bran- Indians arrived htrp for spring train- (low U, Mcllue 2 Johnson 4, For- toilay, finding tlie wcalher rest 0, Jtuni G, Carr "2. JiMiL, altboiiKli a bit cold i Gaiiu'-s .scheduleil for Ktiday Curr vs. WhcaLcroit Nicholson vs. ftiilfporf., skies that Jirnnrlmv Julinslon vs. Forrest; threatened rain, Young vs. I'ecd, vs. ]Jcnning- ]cd his ru'.'ruiLs and a Few regulars ton Flcmirip vs. Huchan Stnwart (Hit For their initial praclicc Lodiiy.-j vs. FulleuLon, Ilamly vs. Moore leaded in- Jim the Tigers jllamly vs. Fullcrton. Batteries Rosy and Stewart ley and Kain. The Herald nnd Business Men's teams meet next Wednesday in a lea- jjne match. DUFFY BEAT CALLAHAN Buffalo, X.Y.. March Duf- fy of had ihe hetter of Frank Callahan of Hrooklyn, in r. ten-round, no-decision uout here tonight. Duffy scored JjnouhO.owns In thn fourth and icnth round, Callahan wats groggy at end of the lust round. play. .Should I hey both llieir chances arc good to carry of! Ihe honors, hut the Posties and A. (J. F. are also in the running, and will uj) a'big liglH. Tlie S. 0- aro Ihc leaders in tue league and have an excellent chance lo win Bar- rowinan Shield. The public are in- vited lo witness Ihr gr.ihcs and an In the S. 0. E.'.- hull lasl niRlil ler ilip rfigultir S.-'O. J--. inching, the uorLh side, members challciigtd the Icagcc [cam. Two very close matches played, the north side wiiiniiiL1; HIP 'nut inst out hy a doiC I.N thr second, allcr extra ends bcuifi: rolled. The fb- the present Etand- jng of thc league teams Played Won Lost Pts. G 1 2 8 5 3 2 ti (i 3 3 6 (i ;i 3 fi 5 i -I 3 games commence at eight S. 0. E, A. 0. F. Moose C. O. F Friday's o'clock. Moose rs. Postics. A. 0. F. vs. Moose. DILLON DEFEATS McCARTY New York, V.. March Jack Dil- lon of imliiniapoUs defeated Tom -Mc- Carty of Lewis ton, Moiit., in a 10 round bout in Brooklyn toffiglit. The fig-Jit was even for five rounds, Ijul Di'Ilon oulfought JlcCarty thereafter. The WILLIS AND DELL TlU1 MAJESTIC NEXT SAT. MAR. 6th MATINEE ANn NIGHT THEO. JOHNSON OFFERS THE PLAYERS IN TheBrixfon IRMPRESQ i Introducing Imprgved Photo-Plays. Witli Notable Cast AND BESSIE MacALLISTER BARGAIN MATINEE SATUR- DAY AT 3 P. HI. Night...........25c to Matinee........25c and 50c Seats Now Selling at Hedley Drug Co. TOM The Man made the Story of Bre Will he Seen in a Four ster's Millions Part Play "The Making1 of Bobby Burner Today PLENTY OF COMEDY AND WAR NEWS Featuring Our King King George With the Army in France, and on the Battle Field of Yores. MISS Lu'ELLA SIMONS AND SCOTTY JOHNSON IN AN ENTIRE NEW CHANGE OF PROGRAMME Friday and Saturday Mary Pickford, the World's Sweet- heart, in "Behind The Scenes" THE EMPRESS ORCHESTRA, CONSISTING OF FIVE PIECES, IS SECOND TO NONE IN THE WEST. UOME OF PARAMOUNT PICTUREC 1 L The Best In The World weights: 17 McCarly, Soldier Boys at Pincher Lost at Hockey Pincher Alia., March against UiPin. There was a bis crowd Sfjundron hockey ieam and the lo men mot in llieir fixture on Monday night, nud after P. strenuous game the firemen were the victors to Llie tune at 8-3. The firemen played a little bet- ter than usual ami the soldiers not cjuHe up to tlie which accounts in "some measure for' the large score clash, and thu j "TomHUGS' seemed lo have- the 11111- J jority oi" lite The ice ivas choppy and "was responsible for some nasty spills. The firemen ployed a powerful game, the boys EDMONTON HOCKEY PLAYER DIES, RESULT OF INJURIES RECEIVED PLAYING GAME Calgary. Alta., MarL-h a re- sult of injuries, received in a hockey e played last Thursday in Edmon- ton, Waldrcn S. Harper, clerk in the Quebec Ijanl; in Edmonton, and son of E. X. Harper of Calgary, died last Sat- urday. Harper was injured in a game between the Bankers and the Israel khaki seemed to tii'u toward ihe end as five goals were chalked un against them in the-last period. ites, but ii was not thought for a mo- ment that ho was seriously hurt. He was rendered unconscious for a few jminute.s, but eventually resumed play- ing, and continued until the end of the match. He seemed muqh tfetter on Friday, and fully in tended to resume his duties at ihe bank en .Saturday. It is thought l bat Harper must have been awakened In the morning, and feeling ill, had strength enough to phone for the doctor. When the ORPHEOM oi TO-MGIIT BKi COVNTKY STORE WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE First Prize consists of Two Pe- digree Pekin ape various Grocery and Toilet Articles, (jcn. 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