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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1915 T H K L U T11 5f K If) U I) A I lit HERALD, PAGE THREE QUAKER GIRLS, Wearing Quaker Oats Smile, the Smile That Won't Come Off f (J I u f f t t V >r ,'ft f uai- BEAUTY CHORUS PftOM "THE QUAKER GIRL" APPEARING FOR LAST TIME AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT TORONTO VICS GO DOWN AND OUT Eastern Champions Eliminated from Allan Cup Series by 7 to Con- Outclassed by Millionaires. T'ie hearty co-operation of civic; or- IF WAR INTERFERES WITH FOOTBALL CUT OUT THE FIGHTING Main Lie, uy defeating the Toronto Victorias 7 goals lo 3 and 16 ta 11 on the two-game round, 'MelTillo successfully defend-nd the Allan Cup agXoBt the first. challengers here tonight. The earn e iytB exLromoly rough, and twice did free fights occur. The deserved their victory. Headed by the MacKciuIa brothers, and ably assisted by Bcnveu, JVluUins and Me-Cutcheon, they oui-sltated, out-atlck-handled and cut-geaeralled the, eastern champions, aad the final score was a (air criterion of the way t'ue play wont, Melville. -will -defend the Allan Cup afalnet Winnipeg Moaareiifl. WINNIPEG MONARCHS ENTER FINAL FOR CUP Edmonton Eskimos Tut Out of the Manitoba Champions Had Hard Fight to 8 to 5 Berlin. Murcli Ger- man authorises liave Is- sued a general Oi'iici1 prohlbit- luti in future troops in the Finld from frntornizing vith forces of the eiKiiny, aa they did at several iioints in the wcslera theatre of the at ClirlKt- mas. To such an extent was this fraternizing ciVrted out .that ai ouc ylucc, where the Germiiiis and British played football an Christmas Day, they agreed to suspend hostilities for two days more. WILLARD ON THE WAY TO SCENE OF CONTEST- Moose Jaw. Salt., liarou 8 to 5, or a total at 17 to t on the I6116E, JUonarchr.of.. Winninflff eliminated' the Edmonton BnklmoB from tie Allan Cup .race in- tonight's game here, be- ing.. tbe'hearlvBt and hardest fought battle the. Manitoba chuBflau have yet had-to go. through: That tit bet- ier: team-won. tonifht and lut Satur- day, night in RtftDajli tha candid ad. mlBsion. of. Manager Reid q( thV Ed- monton team afWr tonlffht'a fame. uMooarchB will go to Reglna Tueaday then oa to Melville to meet the in.the final aer- ies lor .tbia seftaoll. Wedneeday and Mwch Win- 'Hoaardat aai toe Melville Mil- liona1reB will do tattle for possession of the Allan Cup on the Melville ice tomorrow and frlday night. This ar- rangement was completed late last nUht between President Dr. F. W. Taylor, president of tbe OA.II-V, "who Is In. Winnipeg, and. Secretary Claude Roblnaon, who is at 'Melville. The-Monarcbs have ..been notified to lie in Melville to play on Wednesday nisht in. the rlrat contest, Dr.-Taylor was of the opinion that Tflurflday and Saturday nights would be the beat, KB it would give the play- ers an extra day fo rest after tb'elr two gruellinp struggles, but tha Mel- ville club wanted -Wednesday and Fri- dayto their wiihes were complied VaJ I with. PLAN FREE Men Have Noul Plmn on. Foot Decautr, 11L, March busl- men have opened a. campaign in KII endeavor to raise J12.000 to 'guarV untco ftea .Tfcrefrl laaguo baseball for DecBturthlg season. Under the plans, ill holiday contests excepted; irouldDt free to the fans. BOSTON IN TRAINING gauizations is a thing to he com- mended. Through the co-operation ol the Woman's Civic Club, the Y'.M.C. A. 1ms been able to incot one 'of the needs of the city. This was ably dem-' onstratetl last Wednesday night when seventy-five young ladies enrolled in the gymnasium and swimming class. Tliis realized even the expectations ol thel Wouian's Civic Cluh who has worked in a very efficient manner to initiate and organize this worthy work among the young women of this city. The fees from this class come to the treasury ol the association at a most opportune time. As the city knows, or will know within theyucxt, day or two, the Association la going I through a critical period ol its his- tory and assistance such a hody is very much appreciated. It will be necessary to form two clashes oil Wednesday. The first class commenc- ing promptly at p.-tn the day's order will be marching calisthenics, anil' The class will divide into Iqur groups, under _________ the direction oi leaders selected from [the class, and will-be instructed in Havana, March S.-A fight 'lor tlie'firaaed apparatus exercises. Group world's pugilistic cnam- j games will bring the'class to a close pionship will' take place at Havana, at 8-30- Tilc second class will com- ftatuiday April 3 between Jack meacc directly afterwards and will Johnson and Jess Villard. the duration or one hour but The last obstacle in the way oi day's order wlll.be of a slightly having the fight take-plsse here was different order such marching caU removed this afteraoon when Jack jisthenics, .dumb-bell exercises, and Curley, who endeavored to have the! gamts. Tms work on the gym Today HIS COUNTRY'S nuNim To-mght A Big-, Spectacular Three Reel War Feature THE CLUE OF THE PORTRAIT Don't Flirt SOME COMEDY Harry C. WILLIS AND DELL Hazel In Two Refined Specialties COMING WEDNESDAY----- JESS WILLARD .In THE HEART PUNCH, THE COMIN3 CHAMPION men meet at Juarez, Mexico, March j cable from Willard ately j New I door will be under the supe "Y'' physical, director start mnedlatey i'Tlle swimming, which' is'proving lot Havana, arriving hero Irom N great attraction to .the young ladies March 15. The for abl.v supervised by Mis. Holt, wh light are identical with "those ,ai1 inarrucioress of some consider would have prevailed hniV the experience. Airs. be as- ter taken place at Juarez. Mr. p[ th Icy will act as the chief promoter, K'ass. who are also expert swimmers nnd will be assisted by the intention of Mrs. Holt t gin, managing director. The site of the battle has not been 1 several places are available. Johnson began training WU- ird will probably have trnining quar- ters at JIarianao. Willard En route Los Anfjelea, Gal., ilarch 9.T-J6B3 Willard, heavyweifflit, left hare today 'for Havana, Cuba, to meet Jack John- i son. iu a battle for.the. world's.cham- .March tlie ar- pionship. Wlllard continued rival yoaterday of Fltcber Strand, all the Boston team players under con- tract tor 1915, with the exception of Pitcher William James, are here for Bprjnc training. Manager Stallinga said lie had received no further word from James, who is reported to be holding but forMnereaaed salary. two'days .injured liy, a fall resumed practice today. bcj'e the'training which he start- El Paso. STANDING PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE F. -A. I be in attendance nt the pool at 7.30 and will take, any inem bcr of the class who. wishes to tnk swimming lessons only, -The member who participate in the gymnasium ex- ercises will-take their swimming-. les- son after the closs. The best time tc bathe is immediately alter exercising Do cot cool ofi before bathing. It f uoi advisable lo stay in the swim ming pool longer than 30. The shower bath should he graded beginning'-with tepid or vaxm- am cooling slowly until there is a.slifh agreeable shock. Health, strength UH vitality do not come'by'chance bu by obedience to natural laws; 13 4 9 U 115 91 71 83 iic MEN TO DBESS WIHTE CLOTHES PAE- CUPAN ..TEAM. ARRIVES ;Tampa, Fla., March' Havana qEelaall team, champions af Cu biin National league, arrived-here to- day to begin a tour' ot "the United States. Their first game, will be olay ed with the Philadelphia. Nationals ft Si- Flo., on Thursday, CHECKERS of the Nullondl Mcrchnnt .Tnttor'B Atiocialion, In convention in Chicago, displaying on the at-eeli .of that city wKlr ten ilefren abore zero, the Uteat thing in summer suits for men. Crcmi white tnlia ot Shaatuiitf silk wilt stmv hate and OMVM ahoea dictated by Uiosu pifbitcrs .of fashion for Seven contests were staged- lasi night in the Wright cup competition last night at the suits SIcRac 5, Carr -Nicholson 2, Buchan 2-; ..Forrest Brandow- 1 McCarty.-T, Carr Pcnnington 0. 1 Reed. 6, Fullerton ?f; Young -..Games for night -Brandow vs.. JohusDH Hamby vs, Fullerton SIcGarty -vs.- Moote; Stewart vs. Penning .Nicholson vs. .Forrest; Diichan vs. Garr Mc- Rao vs. Young Fleming TS. .Rccd vs.. O.H.A. NOT REPRESENTED BY VICTORIAS Msrch fr tice.WRB senl today by wire to, Secretary'Hoblnsun" of the nadJan'Hockey. PreBldent Hsydon-ot association that'the Hockey awecUUcn had: withdrawn its for the Allan thai H rwasi- not repPMcotM'-'fcr -Tbiv ,onto Victorias.- Tbe aiitomatlca'ily tinciif helves from (be Q.H.A. latins of: the ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES Eleanor Moran The Ragtime Qlrl The Two Gilberts Juvenile of the Tango H, E. Cooper .Baritone Singer of Balladi -Little Boris' Canada'! Premier Elocutlonlit False Pride has a Fall Feet of SenMtlonal A Slender of Ways A Thrilling Drama with a Moral Help, Murder, Police A Rip' Roaring Comedy from the Starlight studloi THE PEOPLE'S PLAYHOUSE Matineta at 2 p- m. Adulta ....lOc Children...Sc, ContinuoiM 7 to H AdulU.... 1Sc. Children .10c. REQINA VICS PUT UP TO HAVE PROTEST AGAINST MELVILLE HEARD SRikaioon, Sank., Much ent1 Taylor ol the Canadian Hockey as aociation has sent out letters ta the president of all the leagues In the as- sociation, asking them to send tme- galea-to Winnipeg tor a special meet- ing on-March 16. It IB understood that the' Heflna, Victorian. have deposited t500 with the C.A.H.A. to pay the el- various the eUnj, and that tie is to reconilder the Vlci-ca8e7 utiier ques- lioua will .likely be dealt with, as Brl- Alberta, Ontario, Sas- katchewan and Manitoba all have attend. ajestic TONIGHT at LAST TIME HERE OF THE GREATEST MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS EVER BROUGHT TO LET'HBHIDGE. JOHN P. SLOCUM PRESENTS THE QUAKER GIRL SUPERB CAST ORIGINAL PRODUCTION Timely Prices: 50c to SEATS AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. TILL 7 P.M. 3 Days Starting JTeit Monday, March Twice GEO. KLEINE-S AMAZING PICTURES OF'THB EUROPEAN, ARMIES IN ACTION WONDERFUL MOTION PIC. TURE8 DIRECT FROM 'THE "BATTLE POPULAR PRICES: .15c jnd Matlrnn........ .x.. 10c and 15c UMPIRE O'DAY FREE AGENT Chicago, 111.. Jfsreli O'- serving: the National. league' an -umpire' for 16 years and ag.a manager for two.'years, has-been de- clared a free agent.. He is consider- ng otters, he said, from the-American aud Federal leafiuee. O'Day received a letter from John K. eneTi president oOhe National lea him that he was free to gn- with'. any league. He: over, .that' would not consider an offer from the National organization. The veteran umpire. war manager of he Chicago Nationals: last season. He vaa'succeeded by Roger Breahahan ENOLISH CUP DRAW JMaroh semi-final cup -tie: druv, to 'bp' playad on Sat- March made today; an4 to he as foIloWa: BvertffD i-s. Clieliea or Newcastle United; Boltbn, Wanderers' VB. Qtdham Ath.- etlc.or Sheffield United. The matches to; be play- d on the Aston Villa grounds aud the attir at Blackburn. On Saturday uext'the twrundeclded ourth round tup Ue gameg 'will be re- in jud, I IDc EMPRESSlI Introducing Improved Photo-Playi. 'H> TODAY THIS CHAPTEB OF THE iLIFC.-HISTOAY OF THE WON, DERFULZUDORA IS CONSIDERED THE SENSA- TIONAL AND THE; MOST AWE-INSPIRIWJ OF THIS THRILLING SERIAL. THE FOURTH OF THE BELOVED TALES WILL BE TOLD. A KEYSTONE COMEDY JUST TO MAKE YOU LAUGH. A. WAR WEEKLY AND A MUTUAL DRAMA. Mr. Qeo. Flemlny will ling and the Eihpran chMtra will render iclectloni from AmorlU and the Inter- "The Qolden WED. t THURS. MABY PICKFORD WED. A THUBS. OLP COUNTRY POOTBALL .allowing Old Country played Saturday. If Cup Seml-Flnal 3K.lbo.unie 0, Belfast Celtic 0. Northern. B.rroir Brwiihton U. Bradford .li. Hill; 23. d. ilf, HoiitnlMi 3; iclnton Wintiigtan i IS, 5. S. 7. DACIA CAPTUEED BY FBENCH CBTJISEB The issue relied by the is at the tramter of ownenhlp Ourlif nar been a Hwilmrg Amencan rscenUy to an AnorldH Ulirod Broitung