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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1915 THE LETH1111IDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THREE SIFION MIS Who Furnish Summer Entertainment at Lake Get To- gether and Plan Big Things for Season' Ahead Wlf.li a live-wire sot of officials. wbaL this deficit will he 'wiped out guarding the destinies of tho -Loth- without delay, ana entail Aqutitlc c-lub, all tilings augur liyhed, In Lhu treasury from tho salo well for a bright aiwl iirosjiorouE sen- or mumborsliip cards. BOH tills nummer Rt tho lake. A rapreaeatativo gathering of aiiuat- 3c doTo'tees KaUiorod at, T. C. Fifth street, lust night and ol- ecled ofTlcors. They am: JIIB. Anli-d, president; T. C. I'-id- jiRth, vice-president; H, Shut-lock, scc- retnry-treaaurer: V. Pouyst, com- modore; executive committee-, Mosars. Kirkham, Clarke, Alrd, JJoiialdBcn, Butler nnd JIaniock. Thft report of retiring secretary, W. Reid, showed n deficit against the luilldine fund, but tbls ivas not unex- pected, ami there IB UUIe doubt but A notice of motion given wfllcli embodies an hi on to promote a more active interest umoitg the fair sex of tho city in the affairs of the club tlila aenaon, and the next meeting pfum- isea lo HOC an interesting 'Ulncusuloii on wnys and menus in that direction The club is lo attempt a big organization of aquatic teams tbls year. Societies the largest or llie cily iiiBtltutlons will lie approached, a team Lo represent them aL the lake in the various competi- tions that will hold forth undur the direction of tlie Aq.usitlc club. FIRST OF STANLEY CUP GAMES ON MONDAY NIGHT Siberians arc taking 'a special in- 1 wonderful game this season. Si Oril- '.Icrcst In the Cup conlcsls at conceded to have the edge of .Uenll at coverpoint. Broail- AJie coast billed to lake place next lo Ulc bcst Monday, Wednesday anil Friday, he- of the eastern champions, liav- jlweeu ihe Vancouver team1, Pacilic ing bulged the net on 21 occasions .Uoost champions, anil Ottawa. N. H. this ncason. lie has assisted five yV. champions and holders of the cup. liuios, bringing his total up to 29. Siberians want to sea the coast lea- JJarragh 1ms 11 goals and 2 assists yuers win, nocuusc at least two Al- to his credit, while Oerrard's total Ijcrta hoys out ol three belong ''for the seasoii is 19 goals and JO 1o tlie Vancouver team he taking sists. Duford liaJ had 7 goals 1 iiurt in (he contests. Tlioy McKay (assist. a7JtJ Cook, the Juttcr of Tiber and! The scoring ability of the Vancou- .xvirll known in Lethbridgc Lloyd Cook ver forwards is lar ahend oi that of has played ior aad against 1 the eastern team. McKay and Taylor bridge on many occasions in the past, five years, ttwugh in J 013-14 ha played hockey, iu bhe north. Moltay was an Edmonton amateur who went fio the coast wiUi Cook this season, anii startled the natives there with bia speed and goal-getting ability. On paper Ottawa looks like territory, .surely AlhcrUi i-ould provide guarantees fot railways in districts where settlers were sul- fi'wn lack of markets for tlie [large crops they wcrii producing. WAR TAX WILL NOT RAISE PRICE OF INDIAN MOTOCYCLES In trie face of a war tax of 7t% increase to the general tariff, IN'DIAN machines for 1915 will still continue to be sold at original list prices. This definite saving to the motorcycle rider is the direct outcome of the splendid Canadian factory facilities behind the INDIAN and of manufacturing resources unequalled in trie whole industry. To see the 1915 INDIAN -models and then to compare mechanically and also in price, is to see once and for all why the INDIAN is the predomina- ting in Canada as it is the world over. Let us demonstrate the 1915 INDIAN improve- ments at our showrooms. Ask for 1915 Illustrated Catalogue. SEE THE NEW "I N Dl AN" D. E. MACDONALD Expert Locksmith and Gacds. PHONE 1032. 413 ith STBEET SOUTH. each Jiavc -H of a total. Nighnor has 31, and Cook, wbo only played on the forward line ior a lew gamei, has bcpred and assisted oil 1G occasions, j Trophy Won at Henley by Harvard DANGER .IN SENDING GRAND CHALLENGE CUP OVER WATER ROCK 10 SEE It must also he Sakeri iifto consider- ation that the eastern schedule is considerably longer than that of the P. 0. H. A. Qrifni and Patrick are DUe In England June 1 mighty strong alligation, and they also ahead of Ross arid cannot be underrated in anj' depart- ment 01 l-he game. In spile ol Mc- Kay's lack of averdupois the Van- couver team is the weightier ot thfi Ihvo. A word regarding tho relative [Haying strength of the players Lehman" can easily hold his own Cambridge. Mass., March vard is to return before JUHG Merrill, re-ji. the grand challenge cup which the spectively, in the percentage second crew won at Henley last yenr, With this data, which shows the lo-I provided the ste'wurds will assume the Hocked Iu today to n__ cals to have the edge on the easternf risk of its transfer to England, ac- glimpse of the ivhite giant who is to aLP Miau wo Jltflltj U1 champs, it seems reasonable -to cording- to a statement today by Dr. bal-LiB Jack the world's burden shall not be on the shoulders pose that the western champions will Paul WJthjngion, assistant ireusurer champion April 4. go into the world's secies strong Iav-jof the athletic association, orites here, though, in Ottawa .the Jess Willard, accompanied by TJJI-: Micliericr had spoken of the lack 11 sinking tuiul in connection willi jthc lelephoiiR department iu Alberta. vnitHinl paid by each telephone jiubscriLer is 520.9lj in Saskatchewan and in >lani- Uiba SJl-Oii. That was liie result off the work of the department in keep- ing tlie down to the last possible iiuldi. The leaner or the op- position wanlud Icn per cenl. set aside Ior a sinking mud. The expens- es of running llie ilrpnrUnenl only to twchc -A ImH per cent, on llie capital iim-Hled, while in Manitoba they amounted to 154 licr cent. If Mr. M.cliencr wanted to duu- li.'c the rail's Ior the pur- pose ol pultiiiK large sums ot money in thr hank as a sinking fund, it was ins I as well tn let the people of the province know about it- Mr. iMichcn- er had said that, ihe plant vas going to pieces, hul it had been working tor some years now, and was in a better physical condition than when it was renewals having been made from lime lo lime, li the leg- islature wanted to -sell the system, it would have no difficulty in getting in at any Lime the nine millions j that Kvl nut into it by the gov- ernment. TrlK WILD LANDS TAX 1 Premier tiifluu said he was glad (o st-c- tiiitt tliE leader of Hie had partly converted on one the Lands Tax Act. lie 'said it would be a good thing for the 'country, but a bad thing for some in- (liviclitais. He also said it would as- sist in the production of grain. That was tlie iiiosli important, admission made in the legislature by a member of the opposition. At this particular time members of the Do- j minion cabinet were sending scntaLives through the country lo preach more production, and newspa- pers, lionrds oi trade and muaicipali- tics were urging the very same thing, and that was the great object of the wild lands Lax. "I am glad to continued the Premier, "that this legislature has taken a step forward in this.mat- 1er, and while this government is in existence we will see, to the utmost of our ability, _lhat the people who own large quantities uf land will ai least pay in proportion to their means, ior the upbuilding of this pro- vince, so that the larger share ol the the farmers and laboring clnssss n's'who are doing -their s'bare in the de- STARLAND 12th Series of the MASTER KEY LOVE AND DOUGH UNIVERSAL WEEKLY JERRY AND SARAH WILLIS AND DELL FULL ORCHESTRA I EMPRESS 5 he House of Big Things TONIGHT FOK THE LAST TIME The Emprets presents, without fear of contradiction, the only Authentic War Pictures ever shown in Lethbridge, namely: Great Britain Supports Her Allies in Fierce Land and Sea Battles, showing BRITONS, BELGIANS, FRENCH, GERMANS ACTUALLY FIGHTING A Guaranteed Attraction The Germs- Spy Peril and Pathe'B War Weekly are both good 2000 feet of Good, Refined Comedy, with a song by Mr. Flem- ing, and muslo by. the EmpreM Orcheatra complete a Pro- gramme never before equalled in the city. Extra War Pictures Tonight sible ciceptiOQ of Lester Patrick, the j outs, Vancouver should be in the skipper, who has played a beet shape of any time season. A1E1IC MEET Under the rules governing tho tro- manager, John Jones, and a retinue velopmcnl "5r. with Benedict, Patrick and Art ROSE'betting is 5 to 4 in favor of the east- phy. the winner is required to give a of l-raiiiers, arrived in Havana last this is an unfortunate time rre both defence men who ate about ornars. With games with Poll- bond of J3QOO for its safety and To re night and went al once to Mitamac, the measure, a time the best, in the business with the pos- Jand this week and a lew hard work- turn it before June 1. Harvard gave where training quarters had been re- [roill an ovcr the would there ,u.._..fc. ,r-------... such a boild Ust june. served for him. ue crfes [or morc food and "As the annual regatta at Henley luJlard ivas scheduled to work out arc slraininc cvorv nerve has been cancelled, o'n-mg to the today anil Llic Cubans, anxious to sec nHaiii food for the sLatvuin: mil- Bald Dr. Withington, "I should think how he stacks up, fairly swarmed to iions in devastaLad countres of it would be" better to leave tho cup his training quarters. The giant white if the legislature ever took" here, especially as there seeing to be man weighs pounds, it was an- of a fortunate time it was some danger in sending It back." noiincetl on IMS arrival. His work in the legislature of at its The cup is now aL the Harvard club the next two is expected to )ast session placed Hit'wild lands tax in Boston. being him down to 210, which figure on t..c statute hook for the purpose he expects to make by the day he of increasing the production of food meets Ihfi black. cereals in Alberta." Johnson expressed satisfaction that Hoadley "Is that the only Willarrt. has arrived. reason "Now T guess nothing can happen The Premier "If the hon. member to keep nie from handing-him n beat- OH-IlS ariv Of that class of land, he March Da-vie, jiEi" the way he commented on lvill find" annlhor -reason which, will with the Diana team of CJil- come into cftect later. He will' pay it to thft last dollar, as the ac- tual farmers have paid to the last dollar in the years gone by. Dr. Stan- Afc a recent meeting of represents tice boards ot -their respective of the Sunday schools. events are arranged in School Athletic League, it was tie- i cidcd to hold an indoor athletic meet j wil] consist oE 60 yards potato race on April 8th at 7-30 in the V.M.C.A. and sprints from 50 yards to 100 gymnasium. (yards. The events in jumping will be 'The iutcntion of.the executive broad jump. BOWLS 297 IN ONE GAME Highest Ever Recorded In American Bowling Congress j tliree standing _ _ i JD lulling WILJI llic: ulalltl ul Lvul- ittce is lo start tlieir acttvitiet in ;jumps, nmnuig high jump, and stand- cago, made 297 late last nlsht, which good time this rear. H js, anticipated that this meet Vill lie the means of raising an. interest iu l-he work of the juc among the pupils of the Sun- day schools. The representatives ol the different 'Schools will receive in- structions iBgarding tlie different schools will receive instructions re- garding the different events and are. requested to place same on the no- ing hop, stop and jump, and those in the throwing group will he, throwin for distance, throwing at a targcl jll up, and putting the shot. This meet, will he carried out i conjuuctioinvilh -the Canadian stand ard efficiency tests, and the gradm] will be according to weight-. Each bo; must come up to a certain standart before be receivos his efficiency medal Ford Runabout Price Prlcii of other Ford care an: Tvn-puMfifir Oupe.let WSC, FIve-paMcnftr TMirlng Car Plve-caiienair AM can fully igulp- THE FORD GARAGE Virtue 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. the highest individual game ever: rolled in a five-mail event in the Am- WANDERERS WON BY SMALL _...-___-n__i-__________ T- n. _ evican Bowfiug congress. lu the third gflme. Davis made 11 straight strikes. The other bowlers stopped tn see the 12Lh ball RO down alley, but it Brers of Montreal defeated Canadiens, toppled over only, seven pins. ju. gpite a'su of Montreal, 1 to 6', at hockey here of Davis' feat, the Dianas rolled but tonight. The Wanderers led at 26.51, pitting them In llth place iu the 'end of the first period, 3 Lo 1, and n OVER CANADIENS Icy, High River, moved the adjourn- ment. Now York, -N.Y., March to.uniament. BRITONS QUIT ATHLETICS ed three points to their opponents' two in the secoud period.'Canadians did better in Ihe fina'j period, sccring three points the one. The teams meet again Saturday nieht. and the team scoring the most play and Wed- Ombridge University Students Spend Spare Time Drilling tallies fcr. tlie two nights' Philadelphia, Pa.Mtanrff the 1 Quebec neit Tuesday 360 students enrolled at Cambridge I nesday. university, 2400 art Bening in 'the" British army. This was conveyed to the Uuiversity f Feimcv'ivAnia 'n n from J. H. Gray, honorary treasurer of the Cam- bridge University Athletic club, de- clining an invitation for Cambridge athletes to participate ID this year's Pennsylvania relay races, Mr. Gray added: "There are no sports; all our contests "with Oxford arc abandoned The very running ground is in use by troops training FREDDIE WELSH WILL MEET PAT DHOUILLARD Windsor, Onl., March Welsh, lightweight champion, today notified Matchmaker Glass, of the Windsor Atblatic he is wip- ing Ic- accept the terms offered [or a meeting -with Patsy DrouiMard, the young local boxer. Thfi two will meet in the ring here next Wednesday in a no-decision bout. Wolfe BOW.LING AT SPOKANE' Spokane, Waili., March Against their old rivals, the Biitte Jrill team or Outte, Mont., the Fair-, j unk.i-llorne team at Spokane tonight ed the flTe-man teams the North- vest Don-ling tournament with a total of The Spokane specials were Eccond with 27lo end Butte third with' 263-1. SAILOR FHITTS LOST New York, March leichr' former amateur heavyweight .hampion, defeated Sailor Fritts In HIE econd ro.und of a 10-round match here onight, the referee stopping the cpri- est" to save Fritts frcm fnither puil- sliment. CARPET BALL The S. .O. E., Moose and A. O. F. aje tie fcr first place in tbe Carpet- all league -as n result o[ -con- es'..3 niglll. The Postics dcfeal- (1 flie'C, 0. V. IS tn 12 anil the S. K. tlcfcjlcd tlw U. 0. V. 17 to..5. jrting gamrs will liksly'be ar- tor Qooil-Fildny. Sacred Musical Concert Orpheum Theatre Tomorrow, Sunday Ly-llie Orplieiiin Concert Orrhestra Under the leadership of Rupc- liiky. Doori open. at 3.30 p.m. Silver BY BUN Paris, Starch Pierre De Coubcrtin, ptcsident pt the Interna- tional Ohiupii: cuinmittse, now in Loiisannp, lias written a ctiiT'lo the Assnciated ljrcss con- cerning tlie Olympiad ot 1918, in which he says ''1 wish to repeat what J have .al- ready said, that, the in committee has no right tb withdraw iHc celebration of the Olympic games from the country .to jyhich this celc- liraiion has been given without con- Mil ting thai country.'The.sixth Olym- pic games remain and will remain credited to Bcriin, hut. it is possible ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE Or Q U A L I T V AND PHOTOPLAYS DE Rubelisky The Ruulin Muilnl Nut. The Boxing Bantams Giving a Scientific tion of the Manly Art of Self Defence. Across the Border A Stirring Three 'Part Realu-e of Mexican Warfare.- 3000 Feel or Thrillt and .Excitement. Stung by The Bee A Screamingly Funny Farcfl Comedy. -r" SADIE THE DIAMOND BITER A Full of Undiluted Fun wftn-a Laugh In every Flicker. Coming Monday Lionel inp Wineton In a icream- Ingly funny.aketch, "A Domeatlc Laughs In 15 mln- ulea. 'Dolly Freedman The of Canada (hit Ihej- will held In' olden i matched SituriJay In New Orleans liRics. it sometimes liappthed that it jlo twenty rounds thereon March was not possible to celebrate the 2S. according to-an announcement here. They are lightweights. games but, they did not for this rca son ccasr. to exist. "I consider all tlist is saiil and written on this subject now useless tlie international .'committee will not allow its hand .to be forced." JAMES STILL HOLDS OUT The big holdout (his vear is Big Bill WOMEN USE CIGARETTES Ona in Chicago Inveillgitort Find Evvrv 20 Smokw Chicago, III, ilarcfe woman in every 20 In tbla city ia a cigarette smoker, according to" an eEtlmate..ta- after Brave.. He refuses to sign unl.ess glv- tbe and en P. nice increase in salary, but pre- sident Gaffucy says So now BUI may become a Fed. Distributors The HudHon's Bay Coininmy. MANDOT AND Chicago, -Man- del of New OrleaiiB and "Harlflm" Tommy Jlunihj' flt Ntw York were tricls, tlie percentage of smoheri smaller, they said, only 2 per ctnt ot tlie ivomen using tobacco: j, "We covered'all parts of the city, said Hiss rChhentV. irork-' girla-or girls of the middle dm smoke.- Tlie not be r ;