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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 11, mis THE LETHTlRinfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB First Game of Tlnal Series for Allan 4 to Ice Made Contest Slow MONARCHS1 MANAGER K> it- CONFIDENT OF VICTORY ICE IN POOR SHAPE But under the Ice .conditions llio scoring was more or Itss ot chance than good play, as Jor Llic pact of tlie play it "lyas. particularly ..MdtlUe. SftBk., March impossible lot star.' playetB to Iniaku any ice was v sticky, at the and soon sot Malinger Fred Murplua of th6 Monarchal this morning, made the following statement about fi> the game last night: jfr' "It was'a good.bard game ot (jfr. and 1 wag perfectly BatlBtlad -vvlth tUe Hhowlus our (fr boys made, Tho ice, which jfr was 'very soft, bothered our boys cqnslderably. All our (fr1 players came through the t'amo Without injury .and I am confl- Jfr dent that wo can beat Melville 'on-Friday "by ft biE enough Bin to taJte tho Allan Cup back "to Melville, Saflrr., March to'menal goal-keeping by D'Aruy Smith, ex-Toronto' goal custodian, and won- derful baclf-cbecklnff, gave the Mel- ivllle team margin over tlie Winnipeg Monarchu here tonight, in the tint, struggle In a series for the 'Allan Cup, and the title of world's hockey-champions. The score was 4 to 3, and.It waa oniy because the de- fenders took advantage of openings of- fered them that they get Irit.o the sec- ond game-with-the one goal lead. The Ice and slushy, and Ihe (jame was by no means hr. Mushy, but was faster after being cleaned off at hall time, but at no time V.-3.S it good enough for cither learn to show its possibilities. The first halt was an oven affair as far as the play went, though tho cup hold- ers had the -large end of. a 2 to 1 score. The homesters came back and secured another goal'ia 14 seconds Ihe start ol" toe second period wus disputed, the Winnipeg umpl calling it no and the referee ru ing it a goal. 'After that 'the 'Pegge had much the bettor of thp play, a: after a terrible bombardment of t! Melville citadel, finally succeeded beating Smith with two couhte which tied up .tlie score. The cuphol crs then came to life tiDil fought bat hard, a long shot by Billy McKenzi which went through the Wtsnipcg d feusc giving the locals the final go and the margin for the night. The teams lined up as follows Melville Posi tion Memarel Smith................Goal............ Murra iUcCutcJieon ......Point............'A. Irv Ualliu Loughl M. McKenzi'o......Rover.......... Alaxwe Mullins .............Centre.......... D. Trv W, Wing.........Marple Bowcn ............Right Ha EX-CHAMPION WILL TRY TO RE- GAIN TITLE BY HARD HITTING Leading Teains of N. H. A. Battle for cliampionshii Game of 4 to 0 Ottawa, March 10. Outpraying, landed in'the net- before McCartri their-opponents-from start to finish, ic? rnj thefr fcbe Ottawas gaiced a lead of four the Wanderers, thous goals "pvcr .Wanderers at tho local prcna tonight .in 'the first of the home und home games Lo decide the cham- N. H. A. The score at' the sixty minutes' gruellinc key was lour to nothing tor the home iteam.. Wanderers' were never danger- ous. .Seven thousand people were in at- Sendaricej and they went nearly Itio as. the Oltiwas ran in the goals. Uirragh scored..the last shot of the -match .on a-'golfer's drive from cen- tre, which hopped along the Ice and they were crippled in the" third per ibd by injuries to Duroro1 and' Ger to wjld ing: anil chopping by slash Ulrir.l Art Boss again starred against hi foruior team-mabes, scoring the firs poal on an end'to end rush. Ottawas Position Wanderer Benedict McCarthy Merrill S. Clegl.pi HOBS..................Cover......... Prodger Duford -Hylan Btoadbent ...Right.Wing-.O. Cleghor Gerard Wing......... fr. STEWARDS TO TAKE UP THE QUESTION OF HORSE-RAClNfc London, 'March Stewards tot Club have called a meet- ing for March 16 .to conHlder-the ques- tion of conttnulhg horse-racing during .the war; _ It ii underiitood. that the..Jockey Club favors a. Continuance racing, a full expression of public opinion on .the. queatjon before jiving a. decision lii; the matter over, which the. club eiercJiea lupreme control .Hence-sncther week will be allowed to elapie before R decision 'is made, ne war ape re are full, of on the subject. Lady .'lAiliBen. Roberts' in a. letter io the that her father held the commencement .of (ho war.'and held {t very deeply there should no race or football-meetings If bile .the nation was engaged In a Ufa NOTHING TO BRAO ABOUT 'Jim ;Coffey ifhijned Arthur Pelkey tie olber.nltlit, but we ilncerely.hone will bout of this lifTii Vahlnci the Tnrana iHoser tald to be In of the Cubi. He cu Ilrs -laijfiisJIivBJpytr.' Churley Murphy A- Chlcmgo on decided titt kwn cu be real sport on EOcenti AVe'vo men Korin who did It 'r NEW WINNIPEG MANAGER Minneapolis, Minn., March Patterson, former Miller pllcher today Blglied i contract to ratnies the Win nlpeg'bMeball club :bf the Northern league for 1816. H. C. Webb bM been dickering with Patterson for i month or iad 'Pitterssn "promlaed aboii a week to'ilgh and today made his word good. He uiumm charge o the team ImmeiJiaUly. AUTO CROWDS OUT HORSES Ore., March The> State fair board, In BEBSfon '.here today, de- cided th'it. after the 1915 fair the Ore gpn futurity races, ahall be wiped from. the Tie move made. neces iary of automobile EO rapidly tiklKjtlis of the Lorsa that- of Has become -almost ft thing of the pait. For the.fliVdiiyB'of rwlng this fal Lhe board' will offer ii'cird'Qf 18 events with cjuh toUlllnj- J1S.MO. BAKER: MAYtjckV TO FARM It" is 'underatodd Run1 Baker iB-wIlline to 'pass uji the pleas of Ipbklnr 'after neit sum mer if .Connie Mack, ;of--'ab'ma other Magnate .wlirboost hls.'.pay envelope W the'.e'i.tent. of .J26oil5" It J. Franklin 19 'wailing.. 'for SlcGlill- iuddy-to intc'lt yort of looks is' though 'he VwoulQ'jpend 'the hoi mpnthv fookjngy after his 'co'ws and chlckem. COMING TO' A TERRIBLE. PASS a .man. L. Siil- Iran- Introducing an flglit nj bill In New.'York.. The, neit thing .running or a ieat IB the Albtrta ieglilatu're on a OUT, IfaV March foras.r 'G' tenatr has MfkW iaaM of Tit ta o( MMmithMli'kt bla ta WUHatuaurf anoordlm In tka artnBl WU. Hli freateat mr wai ini, irkM Ka wnrat tka o( litv waa tllcklng far oliik. Aflor tkat Law baian to tladlnc. Ia 1911 cane to Kaotai Cllr in Italtbat Jim MMM -with and'ltit he lUrted afmin. But the did ability Wu and club could with rtpilarlty wu Paul, a (eat av pluiher iwrform Jut year. Toward end ot the was.' iblpirwl to 3Ioui City, he made a fairly good record; He refuMd to 1915; mtt tbc Sltrai for to tbu Pet; NBTV York, N.Y., March Wil- lie lUtclilc is IIB good a ns Jn Is D. flglitcr, (hen ivo shall liavo a an liehtweleht champion Thursday crenlug. TaKc it from llllolilo, Freddlo Welflh 1 no longer hold the domineering hand in (lie division' after their meeting at the Garden tomorrow. Ititchle Is in hopes of emulating tliu (ate lamented Stanley KetchoJ, who, alter relimiulsing his middleweight iltlo to Paphe, retrieved it In .heir next battle, It will be recalled that Ritchie, uu to July 7 last, was the proud possessor of tbc lightweight championship. Ritchie Talks Willie reached here two days ago, and Immediately took ui> training juarters to complete bltj preparatory work" Tor tlie bo.ul. The c-rst- whilo champion Is Talrly "bubbling over -with confidence." But H applies, as will be gleaned from tlie following unsolicited speech by llltchie to sev- eral sporting men: "I confidently expect to regain my tltlo when I clash with Welsh Thurs- said he. "I have fought Welsh twice, and am thoroughly conversant with his style of fighting. :His game Is to tap his opponent lightly and then run away.. "This time 1 am going to start off full speed, and I am going to beep right aftsr him until he IB prone on i his back, or until the final bell ends Suffer From Piles matter how long or how bad go to your dniffffJst today and get a 50 cent .box ot Pyramid PIlo Remedy, It will ylva quick relief, mid a single Ijox often cures. A Lrlul package mail- ed freo in plain wrapper it you seed us coupon bciotv. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DHTJG COMPANY 518 Pyramid Uldg. Marshall, send mo a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Remedy in plain wrapper. Name Street City ............Slate....... ma COKIED The Herald'team, like the hire in :hc iabulous race with the tortoise, became alive to the issue too late in the race, and lost out in their game with the Business Jlcn. iu an indoor baseball league clash at the Y.M.C. A. early lust uvcning. The score end- ed 8 to II. In the fourth innings the score stood 10 to 3. In the fifth the IJusi- preferred to tackle Welsh over the Derby route 20 rounds but as tUaL was impossible be next best thJnff a round affair. lULchi Welsh, or win on a Mil back his lost laurels. Welsh to Swap Punches Welsh is not trying to "lay any f his sparring partners, but lie 'is keeping them busy every day at Oceanport, N.J. Harry TIiunmsF going four ro.unds each, with him daily. The Britisher today reiterated his statement tliat. he would stand Loe to two more runs. The Business Men were goose-egged the seventh and toe with Ritchie, and Tight him all the way Thursday night. and Buclianan then hit safely. The excitement grew apace in the Herald ranks wltli twq men on and only one down. Chances for evening up and ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES TO-NIGHT Uig- Country Store Pint Prize, one Alberta's Pride Turkey. Othar Prizes consist of Useful Grocery and Toilet REUBELISKV Russian Musical Nut. DORIS AND JOE Juvenlls Exponent of the Tango H. R. COOPER Earltono Slngsr of Billadt LITTLE DORIS Canada's 'Premier Elocutlrnlil THE BLAZING SEA Three Stirring Parts of Ro- mance, Fire and Explosion! WA WA THE WILD MAN A Side Splitting Comedy THE MOUNTAIN GOAT A Comedy that ll a Comtdy TO-MORROW BIG AMATEUR CONTESTS Matinees dally it 2 p. m. Adulti Children...5g. Evenings Continuous 7 to 11 Aduld.... 1Sc. Children .10c. Did Prinz Eite! Sink American-Owned Ship CONTINUED FROM FKONT PAGE lodged unsuspected and unharmed in- to this port through a Eauutlet of elligerent warships, whose witelcss ignals liad betrayed tlieit proximity, THE EITEL'S RECORD la the wake of the German waiship the hulk of an American merch- .nt ship ia th'c South Atlantic with he debris ot seven ships, ot ISngland, iTance and Russia. In the Pacific iccan, through which the Eitel PUGILISTIC GOSSIP o- Chicaeo, III., .March who cannot be shaken trom the. opinion that be wo.uld prove superior to Champion Freddie Welsh in a." 20- round Joust, yesterday agreed to Leach Gross over tho n York on March Manager Nat Lewis, for White, accepted terms for meal aammy-ttobldeau on St. patriot's Day n Philadelphia, where th'e ;bout Is'to lurnish a rival card, to the 'KJlb'ane- LVllllamft set-to. Jimmy Clabby also was matched to meet Abeam" as part, of a Ipuble Both "PhJlade'lphla matches were ;Eddie. McCroorty blew, "into- .CMcago cceterday-to start active training for iti git-round bout with "B.uck-1 Grouse ri Plttsburg- on .March 17, and for a en-round clash, with "Yoiing'l'Aiiekrn1 n New York, on March 29. AT CONNOLLY TOO SQUARE FOR THE WRESTLmC -OAME an't Gat a Match Unleii He to "Fix" Kansas Mo., .March.. Connolly, the Irishman -who wrestled Y.usaiE. Huasane r, Is the latest'inat artfst-to confirm he charge that the wfestHnj'gamo-lB one crooked match' after another-" >at Bays that he can't eet.a match'un ess he agrees .to and that he bsqlutely refused to nut-b'iB.shoulder's the mat for hny man un'Iess tiiere.ia qrne pressure in -tlief Pat says a cerlain promoter con- rolg wrestling, gamp- and'that. It 6 a big trust! He .Bays.that becauao e 'won't "flop" .'-for any bod jr.-he.'has eon by. nd that" he can't even.sq.uirm through matcli.of The wrestler aays; he beat Am us twice in Vancpuyer, .B.C., er, the secorid time -in atraigit (alls, 'hen. four days' o Kansas City, billed'ag'the cliampidii 1 'tbe world, and wrest'ed ZbyBzckp perchance winning were ploughed for months belore, there mjiy- havc hcen other triumphs war but the lips of officers of the German vessel were scaled as to conquests The liitel still hart on board today victims of the hazards ol war, and her master, Captain Thicrichsen, content with a work well done, has asked American officials lor time to repair his ship, .-.The captain thu. American sailing Frye wife arc said to be also 'on board. the.Pnnz Kitel Friedcrich. The command- rd by Capt, Kiclnc, sailed Irom Se- attle on Nov., G for Queetistown has not heen reported since she pass- ed Tatoosh, Wash., the following day. While-details are lacking, it is said the Frye, which carried grain, was one..of the ships the bottom by ;the. Priuz Eitel Frjedericb. With Captain Klelne and his wife axe oth- er members of the crew. jsy every dny at butj alas, the next two up failed to One-Round Hogan, connect- with good effect and the two 3d Griff Da vie arc ambitious runners were left stranded on the bases'. Tho Herald played in indifferent style in the first hair oi the .game. They put fire into their efiorts in the last three ihnings. which .should, have been prominent'.-earlier'. Last season, the Herald, captured- the indoor baseball cbampipn- ;jship' at is" the second-' A I game'they thia season.: out as many played. Veiily one stock jis 'going down. lO.-rChariie I Score by.inning: Bnsiness Men :.043 -3.10 JLJerald -101 132 1 The teams Jess Willard In The HEAirr Fools Pyjamas SoJiic Comedies EDDIE'S BATH Peg Legs Will A Two Keel Western Drama Featuring Francis IVml jnid Grace Cimanl TWO WILLIS-DELL TWO ACTS Versatile Entertainers ACTS Friday and Saturday llth Series of The Master-Key TWO OTHEK BIG FEATURES 555 D. Johnson, Ra- Brymner McElyea, Davidson. Carley, Kane, Fray, Long, Nicholson, Buchanan... 1 ind SUvart; Carley anil Kane. V CHECKERS Tho results -ol -the last ght.-in .the. Wrlglit Checker ament at the Y.M.G. A. were. Aa '-1 Johnsoa 8, .Brandbw 2 nJlcrton 4; Hamly, Moore .2 'i- fi, Forrest 3. Oamts tor Friday: Carr. vi. Fleming Nichplspn pore; "Johnson .VeV 'pcnnihEt ainljr' VB. '.McCarty eeh; Tom .Wright; Univ WHAT is THE ORIGIN OF 'fl THE WORD any one can tell a curioue public and a still more curious coterie 'of col lege professors what the word "jitney1 means and whore came from, he y btep forward "and receive the latlng gratitude of thoae who thirst for truth. Over mt the University of CaliEornia a .half dozen or more memb-srg df the faculty have given the word the once over and the up and down, and have at .last arrived jar this conclusion: "There ain't no eucb'" animal." Professor W. Hart..declares that It; ,ls riot Engllih aiid that after a thorough search of EnBHsh etymology rie.has been unable toi find the eat eicuBe for its. existence. Professor C. Vf. WeJto.thinks it IB a foreign 'hybrid, but prove -It iecause he is unable'to show clime it halls froniiV. ProfesBor C. R.'KoyeB of the flepart- ment of Slavic languaeos, denies that the stranger comoe from. Russia, aa bas often bean asserted. ;'Prpfeasor VV. Hooper of the depart- ment of Slavic languages, frowns up- on thoae who la of Yiddish'origin. there you are. is word a country. V' _ GOES TO FINLAND Petrograd, hqlfts loft Petrpsrad "today for Hel- ingfors, Promise of Natural Re- source; Not Kept CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAOH A HirculftM Job j. Yitli drouth Mr: KemiuU aald the provincial gov- ernment WM to for the suffer- becBiiae they ihould have known early' ID J'uly about" it, and; they let the' Dommipn covernaent f.nd out for tberoBelvea. They gave no assistance to.' .the Federal; government! He thought some meaiurefi should be de- vised to itore up and conservft the wa- ter from melting'inow in the eoutb. It would tiiVe millloiiB, but some scheme should be thought ,aut to help tbe Bet-. .water -would..roll oft the, I and Hike 'water pfl a roof IE not con- served. -Another Slim for. C.N.R.. Mr. Kemmifl alep attacked the Can- Northern for; not bulldln? thair BO many are out oFvorK. predicted tiiat'the prorlnca would, laye over the C.N-R. branch] give them to some other coin-j r__. KemrnlSj-whp allowed the WJld Land .Act to pas's last "year with- out, opposition, attacked Jt ioday, pre- dlptlnk It would feiiilt in ii lot of land bnr the fforernment'i IRMPRESQ iS Introoucing Improved Photo-Playi, TONIGHT ONLY Mary Pickf ord Tha Brightest Stir In the Motion World In th> Five Plrt Famous Para- mount Picture BEHIND The SCENES A Good Blograph Com- edy, a War Weekly, with Beit Music In the city, miking an Ideal Programme. Scene .from "Behind The Mr. Vaudrty Petrle will tonight and the of the week. THE BULLY BOY, KAISER WILHELM, WILL BE SEEN IN A GOOD CARTOON PICTURE TONIflHT. TO HIE The Hague, via London, March 9, The German loreign'. offlco has sent, through Jimif Lhe American ambassador in Gcr- y, an expression ot regret and an explanation to Henry Van ttie Anerican rr.iniater :-ia Luxemburg, regarding tiaa ol Dt. Van DyiB ence with Luxemburg; and the interrupr correspond- landa: Kemmls. blamed tbc gov: t'onent n. Buchaii; Mcilae iht-1.' RELIAiLE HOMJC THIAT.MINT The ORBINB. trutmut for the Drink Habit can-fee wltk akw liiU.emndence. II dMtnra all dfilri for whlik.y, beef or otlur Tbouaaiiff lurty used It and mtoret lo of wbrtety aad DHfulDMC Can bo ilven omjy of Indiana athletes are enimeDl. for.caterlhg top much '.to. the arnierB. A prpvince can't be built up by fanners alone. Bad Seed Grain Mr. 'Puffer of .Lacomne, who IB an excellent followed, rlth qaeltloos promioe'nt Jn the de- the settlers are .payjng he Dominion goyernnieht a imhel for seed badlj vitiated with wild oats and, mustard. .Mr. Puf- fer a rlforoui ipeMh on rallr way loaranteei, and made a. Slj hH by replies to iBterniptloM from Mlcneesr Lowry. Mr. Putter show- ed clearly that the avaramtee mpney is oaly a tortlon ot the total of bolldlnr a railway. 'Thla, with flaaaclaj aeeouilB cesMtlon In railway bulWlni. Sad the floor at adjourameat. TRY TO MOVI THAW Nw York, Altonjeji for from will w ret unded. Jfanr ot Stan- for! twlaj tkelr flnt ittempt ti tMtlmonr otmcemlng Ing whippet hound, r'acemakeri abenl O1MUN1 auto hU ncort of.hlB fw ror ionBnlrtln tin from the but th'at'B not sien tjiat' Iho track ?rui criminal iDHJie at HiUftwiji. The atterept WM itn- The-trouble ia. attributed; tp a understanding on .ithe. part' ol. '.-tlie military cornmnndant. at Treves, ciiid ii is stated that orders have been is- sued -to 'prevent uurrinfi agaiu. A despatch .from The. Feb- :uary ilj said Ur. Van.Dyke'had ap- >ealed to the 'gdveininent at Washing- ion to protest to -Germany against; nierfercnce with his minis- ,er to the grand duchy of Luxemburg. The .German cpfflmanfltr at Treves, .he. said, hacf refused lis-letteri to pass because: they -WDM sealed wlUi the seal of .the' egatlon. The minister, added .tint, lor cvftral 'days he had been trying jhrough the mediation of the: German ninister a> The Hague-to obtain an inya- ion of his' diplomatic, priyilegea, but answer-.had. 'been receKed [rpm the capital. The the .receipt bf-.-Mr... Van, Secretary. Brynn announced ;thatv> formal protest..had.' been Berlin.'- V- v- TIME EXTENSION DOMINION OtUwa, OnL, March njl- way committee of tto moralDg- reported tlU lo Uia time for.oDVtruetlab of sair and Ftmlo ut iJia Blviot a Urae txtuflqn Oui- ndlaa Western Rillwar, an lent. Somo TTM nsld out that the ckptul would itoiirvd prp- Beed with oonitwetlon work the cgmlni A Ul) lirtac m; Southern RnUway wu HOW AVOID By T-Jdng LydlaE. "M; M (or NTCril jtat that -I upected .to km B. C- CAMPAIGN ISvON Vancouver, meellflg of the was held to The rumor, Sir.-Bowser, the 'not be a Victoria. tlbgrals .Delta riding today nominatedcX.'D'.' Pater their Mr Patenon ii a irie; late lieu- teBftnt-ffOvenmr of 'BritiBh Columbia The cohventiort for Varicou rtr will liieJr be held It bM definitely decided. to ]'ererj- seat'in the -province. FROM SUBMARINE "LiTerpool, London, The Una itMmer MacRiie chased 'tit iubiiiarliie bolt olt' the -Merter, if the Irish ,Bea yeaterday The eteamer eBcaped by starting at full ipeed. The Clan MiiiRao left Port Liverpool. ta Uon, but tk. bottle I took of tori if then 'wai anything I to help aad wai nothing that tbtjr nnr ot thankful for rtefa food ONdT will Alwan flyVit the UfhMt H. 1M Haoorw, ud i doctor advlM.ii my bubud tot LjOi II OmpooBd vrf 1 a la like a MW paraw and ow Hit'. d.y'. wotfc not (i; It> to WIND MM I tm thray. nrty uoi wtftaff M a fMd word for tW CiiBigMil." viMStMk't.r ;