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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1915 THE L E T1J HI D fi K r> A I, Y II15 KALI) PARE THUEE PMEY rllS II 10 OF Ml COFFEY IN BAKER WORTH MAN WHO GAVE LUTHER CAHTHY DEATH-BLOW EASY FOR DUBLIN GIANT New York, March (Joffn', Hie Dublin giant, knocked oul Artluir Pelkcy, of Mass., in Llie of I heir schuJulcd Lcn- rotmd match here- luriigltl. At the of the second round Cofi'i-y sun I iliric siiiLLshiiiK riRhls to I'clkey's two of I he blows sending kcy against tlic ropes and a Lhiu JillOCaJJlg JjJIJ] dOlVJl. Uofl'l'V IV El Jill Cl IIIKJ and 1'cUTy 208JL. I'rlifcy is Hit- mail who gave Lullu-r jVlcCarlliy his dcnth blow at Calgarv nearly Uncc years ago. That's thc Sum Connie Mack Demands for Home-Run Specialist New York N.V.. March Only is llm Yankees from gelling .1. FrilllU- Iln Maker, Connie Mack's tired .swul smith. Cul. Jacob HupiiiM'L of Uiu Vaults toduy nfl'lnni'd a re- ropcrL Uiul hi: had ufl'israd .Mack Tor llakur'H rw- k', but 'wiiH turned down. Muck wants v V1 v v v TORONTO TEAM ORDERED TO PASO UP MELVILLE FOR OF FIKHT CANADIAN I'. A. Ihivis, (lighting mmic u-ell tiiimui Canadian boxer, tlic prrlnniniii'y between Kill Trnccy anil YDIIHK O'Hoyle, liKlilwcinlil. champion oi Hie straits Sot tlrmrnls, ior Ihc litfilnTigla c'l'.nm- jiiunship of llio liist Canadian contitigent at Salisbury I'lain. is standing between the t'.vo bitxcis. MARTY O'TOOLE, WHO COST 500, WILL PLAY WITH COL- UMBUS NOW inhiiH, Ohio, March OToolp, formerly iviih the S( Aiiicriraii associiitiou clul) am iliKburs Xalicnals, yestnrdaj signed a i-oiiiracr in flay Hie Col- I iimhus American assouiiiiioii leani this AcccrJiiiC (o Calsurv ad- vices Bill HcwUi. sucretsiry of the O.I-I.A.. lias uiriid the Tor- onto Victorias teal lliev must not iiliiy Die Melville team for llm Allan Cup in Llio fiflH of Inter ifnvtlopmimLs thc standing o[ iho Mc.viilc t'jjini. The Vies arc niw en mule, and are in the west at thG present liniR. j This message! was received from Kanningham, Mass., where Sec- reiury Ouiun signed O'Toole. lie coiuos in part payment for Hiiicli- mnn and Gcrbcr, bold to Llie PiLtsb.urg clul) last fall, O'Toole was sclrl by St. Paul to th I PiLtsbui'K club In for Ihc record- price of JJcforc becoming a member of the Pirates fie sLraineii his arm in a. hard -game with Mhmenitaiis, -which was 1 i-Uyeu in a drizzle. Me never recov- Tonjnlo -Mail and erccl fully from the effects. At times U'iim were drclarcrl jn thu bijj show he showed flushes cf winders oi Lite League jji.s form, huL lie nercr ivas a con- arid iliL-reby liccami; iioltiur; of Llie sistent winner for the Pirates. Allan Cup. held by He riiia, lasl year's Sas-caluhcivaii Uiit'jrio llockcj Assjti.1 UK-HI as lil opni v.M'idrav: the rliallcngi in rlniiiipions. tlic Kiiiou mav noi nni'iits iiml may n Hint luul been of protc- RITCHIE IS CONFIDENT Expects to Regain Lightweight Crown From Champion Welsh iliiK'. NniiiH.-ation sent lasi niglil, lo Hccrclnry Hohins'jn of tlic Cuna- ilian Hockey Asjsut'ialioii j m-me lii'i-ii iiid, ne I c "Hchie, Ughtwsieai clmru' i tie en UH''A n Lt> Ef shiipe tor Ins lO-rmnid mill with Champion Freddie Welah, March 11. f CHARLES CLEAR Gaiety Theatre, London, with "Thc Quaker Girl" at the Maj- estic on Monday and Tuesday nexr CURLING Tabcr liiLs tlie Cadillac Lropliy gain. Two rinks skipped by Messrs. Ross and Gavin invaded tlie city >eMlay and sent, L. W. Clark and Hugh" Scott, the holders of the Ca- ll, ui, "If the referee 'will malic Welsh u" and fiEht am] nmke llim teei> rim, Sded there is goinj; io he n real fisht. with "The pusiiion oi II. A. was by iioinLinif uut tliat ilic Thunder Ii.i Foil. who declared Lhcmselvrs residents and, school Orillia ivlion they appliciJ I'oi cctiinr.atrs from I lib O. II. A., but veturned at once lo Knrt William' when rciuscd permission here." Vies Get Telegram Winnipeg, Man., March Victorias have arrived, and were hand- ed Llie wire from the secretary of the O.I-I.A. aa follows: "As we are nimble tc get Sankat- i-bewan to put a qualified team against the Victorias, you wi'J nluy no Allan excoiit on Toronio ice as defenders." good prospects of the LiLIe coin ing: That fJiiltimore woman who is charged with having a couple of floz- cu huebaiids aught Lo he made to ob- serve the National league's 21-man rule. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL TABLES SCOTTISH W. Celllc Rangers Ayr United. 1'arlic 17 1-1 13 LEAGUE L. n. F. 2 5 2 A... 1-1 AinlrieoiiiunE Jlibnrninns Tliird Lanark St. ftllrl-eu. KJIlnarnoCll Falkirk Clyde Dundee Rovers. A lierdeen Mothenycll Queen's Park K S il ]2 H 13 II 13 17 1-1 In 1C 15 3 20 71 73 CO a 8 57 49 -13 51 -13 -M :IG 35 i; Lls hack lo day. tlie said Willie lo- HARVARD CLEARS FROM GRIDIRON RECEIPTS Baseball Pays but Hockey and Rowing Lose Money ing tlic issue In- points. Tlic score by ends tells tlic tale B. A. Cnvin, T....220 110 000 8 L. W. Clark, L....003 Ollli 211 .lark Ross. T.......2G1 000 111 Hugh Scott, L......000 ill 000 8 Taucr's total 32 Lellibriclge's total 20 TABEK KINKS Geo. IHillar, Gco. Ewing, Tom Hen- (iersou, Jack Ross, skip. Dr. C. C. Jlahon. S. T .McColl, B. A. Gavin, skip LETHBRIDGE IlINKS IS. Doolcy, C. Woods, D. D. Mc- Xabb, L. W. Clark, skip. John Bruce, K. I1. Stewart. Alex. Cambridge, Mass., March ball rcceints at Harvard university for ScoU, Hugh 'Scott, skip, the 1913 season, amounted tn S94.49.I. i ]f are prospects of ice two and thc balance above expeuscs Avas jjctllhridge rinks go to Tabcr to- ncarly S60.000, according to a report j and to regain pos- of the atMetic treasurer for the fiscal year ended July 31, last, announced to- day. Baseball was tlie only other iMiort which paid for Hseli. with an income S22.1D7, and of ?1-1.239. Hookey Tailed to make both ends meet by rowing lost S13.000; track athletics lest J8000, and other snorts smaller suma. session of thc Cadillac. WAGNER SIGNS CONTRACT Pittsb.iirs. Pa., .March Wagner, the veteran shortstop, sign ed his IDln contract U'itli the Pitts- burg league basebp.-il cinh. here today. The contract, which calls, for per year, was the sixteenth he has made with the local clnb. LEAGUERS AT THE TRAINING CAMPS Gibbons led McGoorly in seven rounds, while firsl, second and even, in the leu-round middleweight at Hudson. Tuesday nigh't. Gibbons lipiJud the scale at 151 ft and McGcorly at AlcGoorty showed ai his hest in the second round, landing with his left several times, although v.'iilionl Lel'l- Ing effect. The [iylilcr Irictl (true ami again to laud IUK famous left, evidently anxious 1'or a Knockout. Gibbons showed greater skill at in- fighting, frequently rocKing his npiju- neiiL'B head his vicious Ucth jiien displayed .skilful footwork, although in this resjiect the St. Paul Tighter had Llie edge. Toward the end of the fight both men tried conspicu- ously for a knockout. Get Big Ovation When Gibbons and .UcUoorly slen- ped into Ihe ring, luoy were given a 'tremendous ovation. Gibbons led off, landing two light lefis, bill McGoorly immediately rushed in. trying vainly Lo land his "terrible" left. Gibbons answered 'with a lighL ?hin mid two swift rights to 'he chin. Tlie} clinched several Limes, neither seem- ing to gain an advantage. The round was abo'ut even. Honors even in the second round also. Gibbons faded away be- fr-re McGnorty's aggressive s'-viugs. H Eeemed as the Oshkosh man was tryJng for a knoclroiil. Gibbons eoc in ;i left, hook, but insl. before the round ended Ik-Gocrty reialiated with a left s'wing to Llie stomach. Gibbons Shows Clasc The third and fourth rounds iveut to Gibbons, forilinr "uV ii. ouauO, Bfld the latter decisively. Both were cau- lious when the third session opened, clinching several limes. .Mike got in H. couple ot blows to JlcGoorty's but they had little effect on the Wisconsin mmi. Except for sud- den spurts by .McGcorly, Gibbons had been the aggressor up io this point. Ducking two swings, the St. Paul fighter lauded four blows in succes- sion to -JIcGoony's head, and got in another one to tlie ja'w Just aa the round ended. Except for the ninih the rest of the rounds went to Giiibons. In the fifth the speed ot the St. Paul "phantom" seemed to trouble JlcGoorty, who missed repeatedly in his efforts io laud a telling blow. McGoorty got in a right, but Mike landed sevenri rapid- fire blows in return. Gibbons All the Way Gibbons showed even brighter in the sixth, gaining an advantage in the infighting at tlio opening of Ihe round and Ihen dropped beck for clever long range work Thc Reveruh and eighth sessions were a repetition of the sixth, although .M'zGoorty tried des- perately to land his famous left- In ihe eighth Mike staggered his man with a hard right, but iMcGoorLy re-. a ponded ii moment later with a ter- rllic right to thc ja'w. The ninth In ek- ed the action cf the previous round, i-ery lil tie damage being done by eith- "eT fighter. The session-was even. At thc beginning 01 the final which went to Gibbons, McCJoorly got n a light left io the chin; they clinch- ed, and then both tried hard for a knockout, but clever guarding- prevent- ed any material ds'.niase. Gibbons pep- pered AlcGoorty with a half dozen rights and lefts just before the con- clusion of (lie round.' TOMORROW .6th Why Joes John Dors open the letter left for Ruth Gallon by her father "to he opened on her eighteenth birthday, or prior. IF71' What treasure does the letter apeak of? Why is (t necessary to draw a certain chest out of the eea to view hie treasure? How did Wilkei-Kon get word of that chsnt? Why did he steal thc key from Ruth's heck? Who IB that other diver from Wllkerson's diver whom Wllkcrson aces an he lies his rope to thc chest and Ifl hauled upward? See the 10th Episode of the FOR THE ANSWER. TONIGHT TONIGHT IN HIS LATEST PICTURE. "HIS NEW JOB" WILLIS AND DELL The Versatile Entertainers MATINEE AND NIGHT THEO. JOHNSON OFFERS THE PLAYERS IN With Notable Cast Guy Harrington AND BESSIE MacALLISTER BARGAIN MATINEE SATUR- DAY AT 3 P. M. Night...........25c Matinee........25c and 50c Seats Now Selling at Medley Drug Co. MPRES Introducing Improved Photo-Plays. THE "The Little Gray Lady" (IN 4 PARTS) FAMOUS PLAYER PRODUCTION BY CHANNING POLLICK, FEATURING JANE GREY. You have heard of many Real Go-See-'Em- Laugh the Three will Sure Feature Will Surprise and Please You. IN ALL NINE THOUSAND FEET OF PERFECT PICTURES FOR TODAY ONLY. Owing to the non-arrival of the Mary Pickford "Behind The New York, the Empress -is un- able to show thiE picture until Wednesday and Thursday of Next Week. Miss Liiella Simons and Hcotty Johnson IN AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. WATCH FOR SPECIAL MUSICAL- PROGRAMME AT MONDAY'S SHOWS. Paso, Iioblr.5, Cal. The "Dig iug Moran's maulers to wear ovcr- ?.-I according to Manager Row- coats. 7 'nn I land is coimim back this ROAV- Gullporl, Tigers were lo .12 M 'ia TORONTO SIGNS CLYMER -Toronto, Ont., March hind said today, that in order not to spoil Walsh's chances for Hie return get their (IrsI outdoor work todar. recoli-cd from HiiJTnlo today that Pre- to torm he will Hot he given a seri- A cold wind thai sent the mercury; sWenI J. J. McCaffrey of the Toronto oils workout until he goes to Los down lo 42 prevented extensive prac-: International league t'.ub. had signed f- I Vnceles i lice yesterday, so Jennings called off [Win. Clymor as manager cf the To- the. Sv'SSLon and played yqiuc (JU holes I ronto. team for the coining season. al.-icon, hut a fciv of uf goli instead. _ Clynicr, whose hnme is al ihs regulars, thc rjnwcs1 squad broke UM Vaudeville of Quality Eleanor Moran Ths Ragtime Girl The Two Gilberts Juvenile Exponents of the Tango Little Doris Canada's Premier Elocueionfst Kirby and Moran Introducing th- Latest Society __ Dances The Tardy Cannon Kail A Two Part Reliance Railroad Drama A Dark Lover's Play A Keystone. Comedy 'Nuf Scd. 3 ATTRACTIONS Matinees daily at 2 p. m. Adults ___10c Children...5c. with first Still Anlonio, Tlicamlcr ternntionals last barre, PH., inauagud the Buffalo In- SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. D. F. M'Rlforrl IS 7 37 M'eai 7 7 -I'l Carcllfr .....14 10 4 4S 12 S 7 4ii NorLlinmpton 11 7 S BLulhainaLuu 1.1 S :l M Milhva.1 11 i 7 [i2 Uriel! ton 12 10 12 [P 11 10 Hie long winter sojourn praclici 241" Ml Jacksonville, K Uvill put his rookies and regulars their first training this altos A t Oakesan.1 u, I'.1 noon. Ihc rookies werei so exciled (-rst o[ were ago, tlio ice loilay. "lliraclc Man" Stall- Uarslad, wluiin Ilie Cleveland Indians innnngart Hie Colucibu tvas out tor practice. lrnni tiie Northwestern league, socialion t t f lumcil loose on AtUtie .loss1 delivery in his-first workout and is hailed llio JUST AN EXHIBIT anil American MATCH 4. Witll both courses within forty miles Sydney, act of co'.ulitidn Aiiftraiia, .tr.t] during 181J 507 licenses (ji tr.'.iniag soin .12 .W'ovcr iinisiwrts .that several I.rrtcred'lo'rcadcl'r'icre'.late'iSiay'jor former "Allan" to 35 33 went to sleep last night wearing uni- nvcrj thing will be Victorias'of Winnipeg staged an ex -12 p j lorins. a .given linai touches ip preparation for hibition lioelcc.j- game here touigli EXHIBITION March ig.. the oul (ji tr.'.iniag of Kegina, Evenings Continuuus 7 to 11 Adults___ I5c. Children .10c. I 1 Ob it> iri! LcOSSllC Next MON. TUES., Mar. 8-9. JOHN P. SLOCUM presents the Brilliant English Musical Comedy Succeii First Real Musical Suc- cess of the year. QUAKER GIRL with A SUPERB CAST and A REAL BEAUTY CHORUS that can sing ORIGINAL PRODUCTION 24 SONG HITS. TIMELY Floor, SOI ft 00 i ii .Balcony, 75c Gallery, 50c. SEATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT MEDLEY DRUG CO. FSisHiatsS AUSTRALIA LIKES BANGTAILS Eleven Race Courses Within Forty Miles of Sydney There are eleven licensed race Hwludoir ICxeLer..... Crystal .Palace Queen's Park. Norwich ymonth Eon then (I Urlstol Rovers flroydon 11. in his- first workout and is hailed Llm firsl eyc-uncncd among the rookies. pony racing ami trot (his were Issued by the New Smith "tVales authorities to 3S7 tracks, out- jx- side of the, 40-mile limit cf Sydney, ght j Thc revenue derived from race S7 III j Uicm. r LiCi course in the way of license fees Rr j Murlin, rookies i playing' ten minutes' overtime, lotn'iled ?GOOO, 27 .sli.ikltifs ifi their sliocs todaj-. San Jusc, Cal. Buck Weaver's with the players starring for 2T 29 John MctJmv arrived last night lo (.wo-baggcr, followed by three singles and.being unable lo break the tie, j "MIRACLE MAN" BURNS WIRES 29 29 look over his charges. Some oE Iho and u sacriJicc fly gave the Chicago the players declared that they had j 29 regulars, Loo, urc cnsling corcrt American leaguers 4 runs in thc first had ami decided that, the ceo- George Stalllngs Is said to "have sent ns at eacli other. Ilninor Hfi.'iijcGraU' ami Muggins of tbe .Cauls iato trading, inning of yesterday's exhibition ulc also had been Riven their inon- 23 Ht. I'ttLcrslniVB, will Iheir first swing Lbc Salt Lake club of tbe Paci- py's irorth, so called ofi Jiostilities he Coast league. for thc evening. Hoi Wells, Ordinals A sciential has discovered that the day messages totalling from his ranch in-Georgia, when he got 'ivind ol the proposed triangular deal In which Tyler to be sent'lo Ihe Gian'ls, Marqunrd to Cincinnati and Wiugo to thc Braves. Tyler, judging from last. around ready here gave enthusiastic grading I sun is nol set when it is set; we iin- J....J.-t, .._......-. diamond ii the weather to Manager Iliigpins when he, with I dprslnnd thai, becanep we know Fred season's form. Is several Mar mils. VcKlcuiUiy "a. row, cold wiiiil-hi.s ciicnis of basr'nall players, dis-' Welsh is not whipped when he ia ami ia probably of more vnlue can's-' mounted from Uic traiu. tvliipiicd. Jto u team than a row, cold over the Ihiiiiini; (juatlpLS. Scene fronr Gray Lady" at the Empress tonight ;