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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATllllDAY, MARCH (i, 1915 THE DAILY HEHALD PAGE THREE OFFICIALS CAN BET ON OAME3 THEY ACT ALBERT PROTEST ProU'sl Against Melville Mayors Waived liy .East- ern Champions and Yok'd Down by C. A. II. A. OlliciaLs. Winnipeg, Muccli Vic- tcuias will play Melville .Monday and .Wrdnrsday next in .Melville lor Miv .Allan t'lip. This is I he rtsuJi of :i coutereiicr this noon lieUvnt-ii the, imiirdgcmt'ul of llic 0. II. A. cham- pions ;uu( ihc president inul ui the C. II. A. II was announced by President Taylor HIB C. A. thai the i I'lcpniph vo 1 e on I lie tl igihili ly of tlic two hoys and Sport Smith, of .Melville, lo play in Allen ('up strips, live to ana against- HIP 0. II. A., President, Vert Uri- 1 ijjli t'olumliiii; having added his volw lo tho.sp oi Thunder Har, .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, which were supported by the vole 01 M. 'Norlhoy, Allan Cup trustee. Tlic of Toronto, in view ol' vote, liui-e notified the p. 11. A. cxt'fiiuvc In- wire Unlay of the ik1- cjsiou reached to on U> Melville :ind Ihiil it is iiy Melville's request Unit ilip games are .set [or MOnday and U'cdncsdiir "of week. 0. II. A! chiiiiipions hold thai. Iher are undpr an I'x'iinise of between and Jl.iiOO making this Hip, and if they do not play (or tho cup, llie.v wiJl liovfollpd lit the and gc.t no chance to play any gtimcs at all. They also iisseri. Ihat :H-R nnt afraid of the against whom Hicv played at Kcnnra Inst year, mid though they admit their ability, ihey ilo not think them such world beaters us Lo scare them eft playing. Priiiire March of any amuteur linekcy Hus- ikiiteliewan (ran bi't all the money they on the result and still he regard- ed ;is eligible lo handle Uiu iianit1, rurding ti; I ho decision iinnouiK'Cd ui- ilay by T. H. 1'atlon, honorary pre- .sideni ui ihe Saskatchewan branch ol j (lie A. 1'. of I'., Murray Thomp- son, president, of the Saskatchewan and -I. .1. MeLcoil, secretary of the who' yesterday dealt j with Un- I'riuec: Allii'rUMc'.villo pro- j IcsL ai Jaw. 1! is understood I it was proven before the com-1 unillcc thai, SiniLii of Melville, who I I was timelieepcr at liie I'rince AihortJ game, money up un the resuH. The committee is understood io take llic giound Iliat Iherr is no rule to cover in Saskatchewan untl that therefore no game he thrown out, because of the ulliciuls belting. It WAS not explained where Ihe ama- teur status of tlic Saskatchewan As- sociation comes in at all iE ollicinls i are alloivcd to all HiRr ivyjn to on games at thi'j arc oaVials. Therefore Lhe Puncc Albert pn-tcst is in vain. Monday Monday His Country's Honor A Magnificent British War Production of Thril- ling Incidents, Scenes and Exciting Situations WILLIS and DELL Versatile Entertainers THOU SHALT NOT FLIRT An L-Ko Comedy Featuring Billie Ritchie HE IN N.HA OTTAWA AND WANDERERS ORD- ERED TO PLAY OFF WEDNES- DAY AND SATURDAY lu, Sask., .Maich Win- last Wednesday .Moiiiirchs and supporters thirty arrived here this morning in fine condition after llieir .jaunt, nipcg Montreal, Marcii dircclois 1 of tht! National 1 lockcy Associalioii ;nct this afternoon at the U'imisor lio- J Icl and arranged for the home mill home series which will lie played 10 break the tic in tlic Irague standing' between Ottawa and Wanderers. 1U was decided lo piny Hie mated between ICduionLon 'iivcr, anil tlic poor form by the Eskimos, many next Wednesday n'igh'C the an. second Hxlutc to take place ai Mont- ImmedUtth Co Metro- -white .oniidcut. arc nffi a S hold, where IIH...V .stay while in battle llic cause for this is, tun ,lioulil the sci-ics Al 10 o'clock .morning aSo Ihc Eskimos visile., championship is settled pcct the J I'C iiinp tonight. KegL__. llic Wiimipcggurs held LI light work" hipCH in' an effort to lift the Allan t, nut til the arena rink and they Ais- cup iiotn tlie Winnipeg t-lnb. and they '.-.._ ...rn fn.. played good form while limbering up. ma.le one of Lhe bids for the ft pjay Dick Irvine attraclctl considerable at- trophy ever made in Winnipeg The Joas' ol Ui, 1 a- tcntion and the rail birds were, fol- seven holding the coveted cup at that lowing him closely lo ses how he can fcorc ,so niaiii' goals. Bvcrv memiier of the eastern for the world's championship, the Tust match to take place on March 20. THREW OUT DEMAND lingent are in the best of form with1 lion. The team representing; Alberta! The directors at this meeting threw HIP exception of Tom .Murray, who is thiy year lias live of the players that -1 demand of Manager Livingstone .suffering with a sly in his eye. He played for Kdmnnton two years ago. the Shamrocks Lhat the Wandcr- j.1; being treated by a doctor and is Tonight's game will not start until ers he ordered to play the game dc- tiniii was exceptionally fast, and the made by Edmonton eslab-, lished ihcin as ;i formidable expected to hi; ready to turn the dillicult, shots tonight. DOPIA.T; IT ovr Owing to the big scoring panic BASEBALL ON NO! GOLF? THAT'S DIFFERENT Christy Matkewson of the Gianls IB a sad example of what. golf, 'will do to an otherwise Christ- ian-like gentleman. Matty, as moat r.very one knows, does not play ball on Sunday. Such an act would conflict with his re- ligions scruples. He made H n condition when he joined the Giants that he never WHS lo parti- cipate in a Sunday game. Hearing of 'Matty's stand and ad- miring it, a 3t. Louis clergyman called at the Giants' holel to con- jratulate Matty, when (he Giants were in the -Hound City recently. It "was on Sunday. Mathawsou is out, the hotel clerk told the minister. i Could you tell me, iilsase, where it can find asked the clergyman. "Yep; he's out playing golf; his second round was the reply. (1.30 o'clock so as in enable the puh-. ianlind hy the, Shamrocks on Fcbni- lic to attend. Del mage of Moose Jaw i The game was 'awarded by and Van Vnlkcnliurg oi licgina ivill i Quinn lo Wanderers by de- handle the game. fault, and the president's award was ratified at a recent meeting or the owners, and it was understood not to count in the standing. RUPPERT PROMINENT HORSEMAN fVith Father Owns Fine Stable of Trotters A great many columns of interesting things have been written recently ab- out Jiicoh Ouppert. jr., vho recently purchased the Xeiv York Yankees, but no uue has thought to mention Lliat he '22. s one or America's foremost Irottin horsemen. Together wiih his Father, Jacob Rni perl, BT., lie owns 'wlint is ARRANGE FOR STANLEY CUP ARGUMENT AT THE .COAST Vancouver. B.C., M.'irch 5. The world's clmmpioushij) hockey series be played in Vancouver during Tveek common ciug Monday, March (lie Hudson River Stock farm, situated al Poughlceepsie, NT. some of the most Here are found famous Ironing horse airea oC the country, among oth- ers Sir Marque, Oakland Baron, Btirce- ona, Great Guy and Wurtembui-g. Every season fiuds a number of clever trotters and pacers sired by these stallions, which make name anil fame for the Xariu and for the nun- [ierts. The Ruppert family also owns the PoiighlcOGpsJe Driving park, where in .he pas.U, many grand circuit races lave been itaged. Men of Big Calibre at Head Major League Teams (By Hugh S, FuMerton) The one striking improvement In baseball in reoont In facl, the improvement, the game for in nifiiiy deteriorated, the selection of higher-dags, braintar Dill Carrisan, .Bostan Tied Palrick, president ol the Coast league received a. wire Troin Em- mett Qulnn, president ai the National Hockey association last night, stating the winners of the play-off between Wanderers aad Ottawn, which will take place on Mnrcli 10 and 13, will leave for the coast on March 14, and will be prepared to play the first game on March '20, That is a Saturday night, and as Saturday night games are not In furor at (.lie coast, Presid- ent Patrick wired back suggesting that the series commence on the following Monday. That would make the dates for the games March 22, 21t 26 and in case a fourth game was necessary, March MAJESTIC THEATRE, MARCH 8-9 First Real Musical Success of the Season JOHN P. SLOCUM PRESENTS The Brilliant English Musical Comedy Success of Three Continents FIFTY PEOPLE ORIGINAL PRODUCTION QUAKER GIRL 2 in London 1 Year in Paris 1 Year in New York BOOK BY JAMES T. BY ADRIAN ROSS AND PRECY BY LIONEL MONCKTON. A STJPEKB CAST INCLUDING CHARLES CLEAR, KATI-IEIU.NE MURRAY. WILLIAM BLAISDELU MLLID. ANDRE CORDAY. HARHY JlacDOXOUGH. HELEN HOYT, PHIL. J. .MOORE, MADELINE DAILEY. HURRAY STEPHEN, DOROTHY SL.AYTOR, SINCLAIR YOUNG, CHAHLOTTB HOFF.MAN ASSISTED BY Fan. and Daueinti' Chorus of Piccadilly Beauties TIMELY PRICES: Lower and Box 75c and 50c. Seats Now Selling at Hedley Drug Co. MflJESTIC TO-NIGHT THEO. JOHNSON OFFERS THE PLAYERS IN TheBrixton Burglary With Nftable Cast Guy Harrington AND BESSIE MacALLISTER BARGAIN MATINEE SATUR- DAY AT 3 P. M. Night...........25c to Matinee........25c and 50c Seals Now Selling at Hedlcy Drug Co. FORMER ALBERTAN BEST GOAL-GETTER AT COAST ami more studious as managers, forceful, thoughtful. Success A. brief study of the managers may due to selection and handling of men. give some line on what their terms Clark Griffith, Washington Sena- ivlll be; for the team in every in> i judge-or pitchers and tance is a reflection of UJG jieraou-1 conrlition in Uie. game. Hard Joser. ality of its leader. Of course, no man-. Joe Birmingham. Cleveland ngcr can win unless bo has the tools, intelligent, good field leader. Has uad is equally true lhnt ovnn a hard proptrsition. .Hampered by iutor- leam cannot with a- bud manager, [fet-ence. J.lure's the way I see them: George Stallings, Boston Braves-- Big, impressive and thoughtful. The closest student of baseball in the EnmQ. Fair with hlB men off the field, it altivo driver on it. Pat Jloran, liionght- lul, earuest fellow. A. trifle oaay go- ing and untried us a disciplinarian. Roger Bresnahan, Chicago school of managers. Great Hugh Jennings, Detroit hard driving manager: great leader off the field. Clarence Rowland, Chicago White hustling. Jennings Fiery leader on field. Unknown quantity. Branch Rickey. St. Louis Studious, brainy leader and thinker. Joe Tinker, (Miicngo Good n aimed, "good re Wow" typo. Im-( Sutler arc urovetl greatly last year. Bill Donovan, New York Goon natured, easy going.' Student of pitchers. Connie Mack, Philadelphia Athletics The leading goal-getter, of the Pa- cific Coast hockey league is Kitty Mc- Kay, former Edmonton amateur. The standiiig of the teams and t-lin goal Vancouver. Portland............ Victoria McKay, Vancouver patinan, Portland Taylor, Vancouver Nighbor, Vancouver Dimdcrdttlc, Victoria Keur, Victoria Tlitoop, Portland Harris, Portland Mallen, Vancouver Patrick, Victoria Cook, Vancouver Tobin, Portland on, PoHland Rows, Victoria.......... Smaill, Victoria quick iPoulin, Victoria STorris. Vieloria Goals. Lost For Agst. 70 61 100 Games Goals judge of pitchers. for every-'aggressive type. Great inside man! thing, Well Ilhftsl by some players, Showed unexpected ability as lender. (JlsJflied by ethers. Charlie Herzog, Cincinnati Smartest of the managers. New school manager, using very much of the McGraw tactics. Very brainy man ojj and off the field, and good fellow. Miller Hugslns, St. Loula Cardinals' -rClever, thoughtful fe'ilow. Much im- jiroved by last year's e.vncrience. Knows the inside game thoroughly, but weak on judging pttcliorg. Wilbur Itontnsoh, Brooklyn Dodgers Btudciit of Ihc game; loo good imturcd on and off fieJd. Welder Jones, St. LouJ.'i of the greatest, and extremely popular with players. f Georgfi Stovall, Kansas City Plcrj' veteran. Too hot-tempered. Hill Phillaps, liitliBnapolls league calibre, Fine Judge of picbers. Rebel Oakas, Plttsburs ler, aggressive. Learned much last year about handling men. J Otto Knabe, Baltimore Feds A. great Teftder. Fine fellow. harry Schlnfly.'Rurralos Min- or tanglier ivJio improved. Beloiv ral- I'Yed Clnrk, Pltteburg i Ihrp cf the icaguo in experience. driving, dead In earnoGl fellow. under Ihc long strain. Wear-1 Lor AlaRCC. BrooUlyn lknown Pi.-pular 'wiiii men. Seaborn, Vancouver Patrick, Vancouver Stanley. Vancouver Matz, Victoria flcnRe, Victoria GrilTis, Vancouver 15 1-3 13 U U 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 y 1 1 111 14 JS 16 L6 15' M 14 12 12 i) 8 7 i; Brilliant Defense of Tax1 Laws of Province CONTINUED FROM FRO.VT PAGE Direct Legislation Reviewing important legislation, Mr. Mitchell said direct legislation -was en-; acted because of agitation from witli- out the house, and (he house was un- animous in accepting it. Mr. Michen-( er sometimes claimed credit for the po'iicy of railway guarantees, having i written a letter offering to support iBucli a policy. The charge of "pollcy- Btealins" is very small business. Cheaper Money .Dealing wuli cheaper money, Mr. Mitchell said question was sur- rounded with great difficulties, and if money is to be obtained to reloarr'to j farmers, the money must be borrowed, j Europe would have to supply the bulk of the money, and that country is in no pcsition now LO finance a proposition of rhat kind. Mr. Tweedie: "Are yo.u out it off Mr. Mitchell; "I am quite satisfied this country is wriling to wait until normal conditions prevail again in Europe." Mr. Tw.eedie: "Then you ure not go- ing to do IRMPRESQ i Introducing Improved Photo-Plays- POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE FOUR PART PRODUCTION OF CHANNJNC POLLOCK'S GHEAT NOVEL OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE, FEATURING "JANE GREY" IN THE PARAMOUNT RELEASE "The Little Gray Lady" ALSO YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE CLEVER TEAM Miss Luclhi and Scotty Johnson Look for Special-Musical Programme Monday REASONS, THE EMPRESS Is the BEST in the WEST We show Perfect Pictures with Perfect Projection, Perfect Lighting and Perfect Ventilation, Perfect Seating and Perfect Select Features combined with the Famous Players and Lagky Paramount Pictures make this House an Ideal Picture House. NEXT THREE FLEMING. LAST HALF OF VICTOR but was ruled out, and conlinums, Mr. Mr. MUchell: "Talk about not. said all this is asked is the WHOLE POLICE FORCE DEMORALIZED May wood, 111., March en- tire police and detective force (of one maii) thrown into unprecedented excitement bore, when Mrs. Louis' raa, wife oi the "cliiel" 'sued for divorce. Of French Invention is a rubber stopper wilb llexible projection which con be foldfiil down around the ner.k gf it bottle with additional security. barrasslng governments in these ilaies! This government has just aa great responsibility, proportionately, as Federal government. Money has to he found to carry on the af- fairs, and no one is justified by vexatious suggestion or otherwise, to suggest policies designed to create di- vision In, Hie Kir. Ttyeedie again rose io interrupt, fe_l------.-------------------------------------------! ALL SOCCER PLAYERS FREE AFTER APRIL 30 New. .March. London cable to the Tribune, says: At tho .end or the football season on April .30, the English soccer players will find themselves in. a position never experienced before, that of being out o[ work. All con- IracLs professional play- ers, n'illi the exception of a small number "who signed until Apri'i 30, 1916, will end. The signing season which he- gins on ilay 1 each year will be held over until late in Angus I, ED as lo prevent any Inducements being held out, which will interfere with the call to the colors. The Eng- lish clubs must neither offer nor pay summer wages, nor anything in the nature of a retaining fee. nor, in tnct, do anything tending to the from service. Owing to the greatly reduced at- tendance at tho league games this teas on all the clubs arc suffering badly from financial troubles, and Die Football association has called si special meeting for March 29. measure of consideration for the provincial government as is accorded the Federal authorities. Taxation in Alberta Replying to the charse of overburd- en of taxation, Mr. Mitchell said that no burden of taxation in this country was due to tho provincial government. There is a confusion as to which gov- ernment is responsible for any exces- sive taxation which may .exist. in Cities Alberta has urban municipal taxa- tion 'which, if it did not exist, taxes would never be mentioned. No one can charge the 'government wilii that. Tlie only regret is that the Municipal department was not started years sooner, and pressure put on the muni- cipalities. He didn't say there was anything wrong.. It was the style to spend money.. Then Ihere aio xihe school taxes. That is a uower at the discretion of the school district. There is the rural taxation, a per- fectly proper thing that the rural sec- tions- should have self-government de- fpite Tory opposition, am) any taxn- Lien trouble must not be held against j the provincial government. Provincial Taxation Thii eliminale.s the three most im- portcni classes of taxation from Incial control. Passing to provincial taxation. Mr. MltchcVi charged Mr. Michcner with saving that taxation had slonimd investments in the prov- ince. What decs this' investment-stop- ping taxation amount to? There are only two classes pE provincial taxa- tion n-lileh would bear on the subject: the Lands and the Unearned Increment lax, which brought m only u is not a tftx, it. is not an annual lax, and no ono.had a cent un- less lliej1 were given Uio money in a ORPHEUM Vaudeville of Quality Eleanor Monui The Tanqo Girl. The Two Gilberts Juvenile Exponents of the Tango Little Doris Canada's Premier Elocutionist Kii-by niirt Monm Introducing the Latest Society Dances The 'Tardy Cannon Bnll A Two Part Reliance Railroad Drama L i Lover's' Keystone Comedy 'Nuf SecL I ATTRACTfONS Matinees daily at 2 "p- m. Adults Children..-5c. Evenings Continuous 7 to 11 Adults.... 15c. Children .10c. Sacred Concert TOMORROW Sunday Evening' MALE VOICE CHOIR profitable deal Lo pay it with. The exemptions are so great that- it e.v- empts the actual farmer, and is hard-, ly noticeable, i Mr. Michener interrupted that it was the principle, and Mr. Mitchell said llic principle is no worse than the re- sults. Hits Speculator Only The wild lands is not a serious af- fair for the people, and there is a way of escaping- it, and that policy is in assisting the Empire by greater pro- duction on the land. To do tins would mean no taxation tinder the 'wild land Iiix. When d" man becomes a. specula- tor then he wfil have to pay Into Hie revenues of Alberta. The local improvement lax is and does not so inlo the genera] revenues' dishes an" hour. Orpueum -Theatre Doors Open at 8.30. SILVER COLLECTION IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITY of the nrovince. It is spent in the" locality "from which it comes. Tue educational tax is a provincial" tax and it is very light indeed, and gives., to a very worthy object. Mr. Mitchell will resume his speech on Monday moi-ning. The ad- journuien't ivas taken at six o'clock. Pperateu by two men, a machine in- vented oy a Chicago hotel steward will wash and dry. mpre than Nurse Proclaims Skin Cure Myrtle Halm Saj'N D. D.'D. Prexrrjption is Worth Rockefeller's Millions to Her "Ten years I suffered -with' euzema! Prescription, a .compound of oil. of years of Uiat Mrae I could not wintersreen and other soothing ele- appcar ill public. My entire body 7nents, lias .been recognized Cor fifteen was covered Tilth the disease, 1 could years as tile standard skin remedy: not eat. 1 could not sleep. J could .It always helps, end.If used according not live. I have .it last round tlie to directions, it should cure IE a.short great, Prescription D. D. D. .My body while. is clean, smooth. If (here were one All di'urgists soil slanourd ibottlc only or D- D. D. In the world! remedy, 25c and 51 a. bottle, but if you corns to us. we .will.offer you the hrst botlle with tbjj" guarantee that and I had it, Mr. Hocltefeller's mil- lions could not buy the golden fluid." Nuree Mrytle Hahn, on ap- plication. unless it'stops the' once ivlll refund the purcliaie price 'If you have any skin blemish Sold, by J. D. Hlslnbothim Co.r little do not let it develop inli; i Ltd., Druggitti, somcthtac more serious. D. D. Hi D. 0. D. iS MADE IN D. D. Soap Yonr Skin Healthy ;