Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1915 THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Matinee Each Day Commencing at 2.3O p.m. MAJESTIC THEATRE Evening Performances Run Continuous From 7.3O p.m. Three Days Only---Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday March 15th, 16th and 17th, George Kleine's Startling War Pictures Absolutely Authentic First Time Here 11 weeks in New York 7 weeks in Chicago PRICES: NIGHTS Children 15c MATINEES Adulte 15c Children lOc Joiui.son'.s Jiea.sojiN for Side-Stepping1 Afraid 3Iight Slip Soineihing in Cuba I ALLAN CUP Sensational Display of Came Up From Behind in Second Half and Won by Score of 1 to 2 Melville, Sask., March iis they have never battled before and playing Llic most sensational hockey ihat tlicy have over shown after be- ing up against, one 01 the hardest propositions a hockey team ever met, jtlonarchs of Winnipeg came limn behind in the second half and won hack the-Allan cup when they defeat- ed Melville here tonight by the. close score oi 4 to 2, the score for the series being li to 5. BEHIND Being one goal down at the atari or the pame and being outscored 2 ilo 1 in the first half the challengers vent into the second hali two goals to the bad on tho round. But thej fought a desperate battle and though their nearly superhuman cflorts to get on even terms seemed for a while to be all in vain, they were finally rewarded slowly but surely they scored goals, and when Dick Irwin hatted the puck into the net which j gave the Mouarchs the series there 'only remained six minutes to play. That Ir.st si.v minutes was a thriller to the packed ,rink. The, ice slowed up and Winnipeg simply guarded their net stubbornly against the cfio'rts of the whole Millionaire team, but the defendants never "pot within scoring distance, though they made a wonder- ful effort to pull the game out of tbe fire. NEWARK 15 SURE OF A BERTH Federate Will Positively Club in New Jersey City New York.-N.Y-, March T. Powers, who, with Harry Sinclair, owns the Newark club of Ibe Federal league, asserted today that no mutter what tho issue of the league's legal dispute with the Kansas City men, Newark was assured oC the team. In junction proceedings in Chicago io restrain the league from removing the club from Kansas City were put over temporarily -yesterday, in hopes that a compromise might he reached, the new management would leave the club iu Kansas City for the present One on Carranza General ought to sue those Havana fight promoters Tor telling Johnson they did about him. Jack Curlcy, Hie busy fight jm- a'ssario, nothing diumlcd by the failure of his plans to pull off the Jolinson-U'illarri fight in Mexico, has matched [he pair to contest for the heavy weigh L championship a I Ha- vana, Cuba, un April 4th. AVillard has consented to the, change of venue and is expected lo arrive in Cuba in a lew days. In a cable from Havana, Curlcy states thai he would not con-, vjncc Johnson thai it would he safe for him to enter Mexico. "Me was not afraid oi the United Stales, because he believes the Mann Act is not cxlraditahlL1, but he fear- ed Canauza would hold him for a ransom, if not upon entering Mexico, then upun departing. He also felt thai hot-headed TCXJIIIS al; the would pop him when he was beating Will- aid, a feat he feels absolutely sure lie can HP savs if Juarez were the only available place, he would go, hui he insists Havana will prove better financially to promoters, and offers him freedom in every way. lie offered to return to me the advance expense money rather than to "Mexico. Johnson is plentifully supplied with money and diamonds ami has two mo Lor car.s. "In training he looks well there is no ouLward change in him. He ri- diculed the idea thai any living man hold his own with him in a He is surrounded by admiring crowds wher'eevcr. he appears and is a real idol and- considered a martyr on ac- count 01.Ilis 'persecution.' As soon as the report reached here from New York-of ah-interview that a white and .1 black man could not meet in the ring the Senators called on John- son in ,a body and presented aj state- ment, signed by that the inter- view is false and that; tlirrc is posi- tively no racial question existing. Jo'hnson wired a ticket to Hob Arm- strong to go to Havana and assist him in training." .CARDSTON SOLDIERS GET IN TRIM FOR 1 FOOTBALL GAME WITH PINCHER CREEK ORILLIA NOW O.H.A. INTERMEDIATE CHAMPS Winrton, Out.. March The 1914-15 championship o' Hie intermediate O.H.A. goes to Orillln. The 'locals defeited Orillia S-l here last in tbe second game of a home nnd home series Tor the title, but a Tour-goal lead gained at Orillia gives the visitors the cup by a margin of two goals. The C squadron of the 13th C.M.R. i At the close ot the game the win- stationed at Cardston received a "ers were presented with a new foot- challenge for :i football match from tha't nrti" the A squadron of Pincher Creek. The pants ,J would be "treated result was that the boys gt Cardston to the show, which met with approv- got busy and began training for the al. The team that meats Pincher match. A practice game was arrang- Creek will bo a strong one and much ctl by Scrgl. Swift and Scrgt.-Major interest is taken in the coming event.. IJowcr who captained the teams and The teams that played ths practice put up a good exhibition of soccer, game include many LethbridRc boys, The entire squad turned out to see viz.: the game, which proved to be of a Sergt. Swift's Slew- i very high calibre of football; and pro- art, Gilkes, McLean, Payne, Ness, vided much amusement for the enthu- Perkins, II. Thompson, Tennant, D. siastic spectators. The only goal of Thompson, Aitkin. the match was scored by Hcnsen for Sergt. .Major Dower's the 'Dowers'.after a brilliant run by J. Anderson, W. Cfoacher. Glover, Grisdalc'up the field, who passed tuo Low, Tanner, Hurton, Grisdalc, P. pigskin to Hcnsen. Anderson, Hensan, 'Thompson. SOME COMEDY Then T' Parson Swore Harry C. Willis YENTKILOQ17IST THE WOULD AT YOLK DOOR Universal Weekly Hazel Dell COMEDIENNE MONDAY AND TUESDAY C o M I N G "Home, Sweet Home" 6 REELS OF LOVE, ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE REELS 6 Juct Like the Original On exhibit at the cement show in Chicago Is a ball player's head, doue in suiier-reinforced concrete. It would be libellous to name the player. PHILADELPHIA FANS DUE FOR A DISAPPOINTMENT Philadelphia, Pa., .March ;v.-ell hno'wn deptns of. despair hold 'Philadelphia's hopes for a pennant this season in the American league. Even the moat optimistic Tans can- not see themselves standing in line for world's series ducats next October. The Albletica have had the severest shake-up this winter iu their_history, find only a miracle can bring them lo tho tape ahead of the other teams. Philadelphia fana had come to look upon a world's scries as an annual affair with thai was 1 heirs by divine or something or that the crash that shot the famous aggregation into history them (o their toes. Prlie Infield Broken Up The Athletics' juslly famous 000 infield7' now Icoks like 'M some of the more bolligcrenUcven as- eert that the three should be erased. The famous' "Bnrry-lo-Colllns-to-Mc- ]mils" thnL figured dally In the box scores IB gone. Quaker fans began to sit up and take notice wlicn Bender and Plank, tlig two nien 'who have brought pennants to Philadelphia-year after year with tlielr sterling ijerfarm- Riice.s, were gone. Then came the Collins deal. Tlmt left their hopes stunned n bit mure. Before tbp.y had time to recover Frank linker, king bee bE all world's series, announc- ed that he was through. That was the proverhia'l last straw.