Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MARCH s, ins THE LETnninnoE DAILT HERALD PAGE THRB Toronto Victorias and Melville Played 8 to 8 Tie in Allan Cup Series Sosic., March, hockey all the vsjr, the Toronto Vlotorlas, winnera ol tie O. H.A. and the contenders for the Allan Cup, hold tho Melville team to in S to 8 tie In the first GMBH ol the wriea iluyed hero tonijhl. Tho gtmo was ersuly contested, llrsl one sld> then the otier tolling the ofijnslve 'In. tho play. 'Sensational work 'by the MaoKehzle brothers Vraa the .feature of .the and llnic and time again elUicr Harry or hlB brother would brine the specta- tors to their feet with dazzling end to rushes. The -work of Gordon Meeklnj at contra for the Toronto team was a re- V-alatlon to the Ifelvlllo fans. Tlie Irloky centra man was always la front of the not, and iiollod six ot tlio olgh goals floored by Us side. Notwithstanding tlio fact thi van ubovo freezing poln throughout Uio day, tba loo was fast ThlB proved a pront. asset to tlio Mel vlllo nlayora, who, mim for man, wero much faster tban the Toronto team although In tho flrat half Toronto ap pcared to hava a Blight, advantage, and there did not Beem to be much to. pick lu Uio -way of spaed between eltlier team. The homo toam wero all over too Ice, and It was only tho steady -work of'McQlften In sonl that stopped them from piling up a big lead IK the first part of the game. Tho MelrJlle team however, faded and at tho finish of the flrat half of the game It was To- ronto players who were taking the lu. Illative. Edmonton Team Badly Defeated by Winnipeg Monarchs at Regina Mareh count- Ing the thirteenth (oal scored the tone for time Bounded In the timer's box, the score of the first two elimina- tion gamog between Monarclifl of "Wln- Manitoba ciiampionu, and tlie Edmonton Eskimos, here 6 to 2 In favor of the Af anarch s. This IB official. Aa tor the merits of the fame, confidence the condition of the joe, It -was hot as bad as It mljht have teen, but "the AJlao cup deserves bet- ter hockoy thaa either team showed at any stage of the game. Etka Confident' Notwlthitandlng iMoose Jaw, Basic., March monton Eskimos arrived in this city yesterday for the Allan Cup game "with, the ilonarcbs tonight, and every member of the team IB con- fident they will win the right to meet the winners Uie -Melville-Toronto game. In spite of a six-goal lead BC- cured by their opponents Saturday night. Resta, the Italian Driver, Wins the Vanderbilt Cup Race in Masterly Style San Francisco, March owing to.the fact track was car No 9, winner oi last made slippery by. oil .emanating.fron Grand Prix, won today the speeding cars.' .Notwithstandiag STARLAND'S NEW MANAGER ITarry C. Willis, oC the vamlov.llu team Willis 'ana- Dell, wUo havo boen entertaining Starland patrons for Uio past, week, is the new manager of the Starland Theatre. The change In management goes Into effect today and Mr. Willis is out to uphold, the reputation of Starland In this city as "the theatre oC tho people." Mr. WIIHs needs no introduction to Lethibrldg-e theatre-goers. He was lero four years ago in the old Sherman Theatre, In vaudeville, and many delighted' friend's welcomed Ills return last week, and ivill be t? PAST VANDERBILT WINNERS Tenth Race Goes to Frenchman in Peugeot Car Here is a, tabulated history of the Vanderbilt Cup race, showing the daLes, cars, and average speeds for the last nine winners. Only two drivers have ever won the race twice in suc- in 1900 and 1910, In an Alco car, and De Palma in 1912 and 19H, There was no race in 1918: Date Car 1904 Packard 1000" Darracq Darracq Driver Av. Speed Heath........52.2 Hemery......61.43 Wagner......61.43 1908 Loc'm'bile 1909 Alco 1310 Alco 1911 Lcmer 1912 Alercfcdes 191-4 Mercedes 1315 Peugeot .Grant........G2.77 Grant........C5.1S aiuiroril......74.07 De Palma.....6S.97 De Palma.....75.5 Resta.........07.5 No race in 1907 and 1913. GERMAN SPY AT WORK See This Hualisijc and Timely Pic- ture at Starland Tonight What-promises to be one ol the very bost programs ever presented to the loving public of Lctb-j 'bridge will be shown ab Saarland to- night, and. tomorrow night. The leaturt picture is a two-reel dealing with >the methods em- :the 300.30 mile Vanderbilt cup race .the' course of the Panama-Paci- fic International exposition in one 61 ftlie most thrilling contests run JQ this American automobile classic. -His'-time-was 4 Hours.-37 imputes" 37.seconds. He maintained an average 67f miles ah'hour. Howard Wilcox, No. 26, was second in 4. hours S4 minutes 36 second EU- dle .Fulton .third, 4 hours 35 minutes S7 ieconda, and Ralph do Palma, No. 4 hours 33 .minutes 7 Seconds. :'Other cars finished as follows: uFifth, William .Carlson sixth, C. R. seventh, Barney Old Acid eighth, Louis Disbrow ninth. Hughie Hughes; A. H. Klein eleventh, E. A. Hearne B. McKelvy.; .thirteenth, Gil Anderson, fourteenth; Lou Gaudtl. A GRUELLING RACE It wsJ gruelliac. beartbreikmg race from start to finish. The-pace .Mid. br tlia winner subjected the cars Pullcn, who made a' game fight for second place, was-only nosed..out al- ter -the seventieth atter a won- derfully maintained burst of speed by Wilcox. Fullen was picked lor'second place, 'and his removal was one of the surprises of the race. -Pulleii. easily H'as the favorite with the crowd, his a terrlfla .straii, so-that loni be-I dare-devil driving bringing forth sal- the finish less than-half el those vos of applause -tbrpnghout ths race. ''which, 'anawercd the startvi's call De who seemed to he out of thi; money, drove steadily and' cpn- eistently- and crawled lntp: fourth this, only, one serious accideni occur- red, when Bob' Burmau turned turtle oh.-the right-angled turn.at Slachincry hall. His mechanician, Joe Cleary, is believed to have iticeived a broken thigh and may be internally Injured. INTO-SECOND PLACE During the first" five laps Resta came up from the tuck and at the fin- ish of the tenth lap was sacond. He maintained this position until the twentieth lap, when he went Into lead, which he maintained to the end. HuckstelL No. who'waa running a good safe 'third and seemed assured of that place, pverturned'at the. Massa- chusetts building rin the seventy-sec- ond lap, fpushitjg Wilcox into second ilace. lert in .the rupuing-; Every ee the pit men called on to Ax up the can. Upsists we Iiequent, .Nothing in Way Now for Staging Johnson-Willard Fight at Havana to, Leen guarantwd, and': only Willaid's FOOTBALL A ,j. TIE GAMES ENGLISH CUP COMPETITION London, March play- ing extra time In an endeavor to enter the aemi-finala ot the. English Football Association. cup, Chelsea drew with Ne'w-' casUe United, each .scoring a goal, and Oldham Athletic drew with Sheffield United, neither netting. 1 ployed by a German spy to get hold a rery important Trsat-y which has been up by Sir Edward jMay, Secretary oi State of Foreign AlTairs, and his secretary, Cyril Courtney, The spy gains admission to .the secretary's home, through a clever ruse, and eventually gets pos- session of a copy the treaty, and makes cscfipc, ojily to be fol- lowed oy .uyEif "Courtney who "discovers the .theft. Then follows a most exciting 'chase In automobiles 'and monoplanes, light in mid-air in J which the Englishman beats the spy, vour approval anil ay will be replayed neit Saturday, jiittion. Ou Wcdietdiy und Box 7Sc and Me. Seats Now, Selling at Hedfay Drug igMPRESSl IBM MBSIIIM Introauolng Improved Photo-Plays. SEE THE MYSTERY OF THE FOILED ELOPEMENT Thrills and Sensations com- bine to make this story Masterpiece of Keystone Comedies, Dramas, and War NBTTB comnlete' the 'Programme.. Geo. Fleniiiig ''.will the. music is a .specially ranged profnumhe. fit .ppeE- atlc olrs played .by; .Scepe. the' 'Rart' Famous Paraiilpunt Picture, "Behind the'.Scsnes" featuring Jars' Pictford, the daintiest and nost lovable actress known'to Iha vprld, will tell in; picture, form tlie tony ol stage, life' in five paranlount. tho Scenes." SESR_ AND JACKSON DRAW Dajrton, Wasii.; March S.1 and thestre was packed last night (or wrestling "match .between Joh tie lerg and Ben JickEen. 'For two hours hue men itniiiled without, a fall. ioth were rompleteli eibauat'cd, anil said It vould hare heen impoa- Itle to have continued. '1118 le still another match wjil be for Ister STAR CRITICALLY ILL Vsicouvsr, B.C., Marcu F. Foulkes, pliytr ot the CH E eRE R S Checker Jresujts. -in the Bright cup handicap toiiriiameiit ;played" at the Y. ST.; C..-.A. in :tW last couple days Branilow, Wright 2 Reid G, Carr 2 3j- Nicholson John- son 6, Forrest 3 Hamly 2 Young 0 ,d, PenniBetpn .4 ;--Mdpre 5, Mcllae 3 Voung 8, Ilced 0 j Bvichan 0 4, giirr. 4 :Moore 4. .FullerSon A Stewart 1 The: executive committee: of. the M. is. requested to meet this 7.30; ;Stewart vs.. J.phrison Reed .Buchan'j'y.s.. Pftclric. 'Ltwn. TonT im'ngton Mioolitlon 'IB. 1SH. who -went to 1 .Jnluisou McKa with the first Canadian con- croft vs. Ilonllj- illerron vs .Pcn- ORPHEUM Vaadeville of Quality Eleanor The .Tango Girl. The Two Gilberts Juvenile Exponents of tht Little Doris Csnads's .Premier EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION False Pride lias a Fall 3000 Feet of Laughttr. A Mender of Ways j A prama-fuH of.Sensational anil'J Dramatic Incidents. '..I Help, Murder, Police A Comedy with a Moral that le just a Matine.es dally at 2 p- m. Adults Children...5c. Evenin0e, Continuous 7 tQ WILLARD ON LOS El Paso, Tel., fijarch lard e boxing mitch "with I Johnson remains Indefinitely! po, cd left today for L03 Angeles It stated Mint Wlllanl would retnlWl a lav, days f TT1IU HIT Lirat OKI1HU1HU UlUI I r til, ill igwit. ii wrlonMy ill at Brlelol, Ens- Forrest vs. McCarty-; vWright tA. with pntuuwBli. 1 J HAYES BESTS CONLIV N'encaatle Ind If arch. CM Carr r aeciaiDa over.! rs. :Hioore j lej of Keuosh'i Wia in a Ji ig f onttst tonight.