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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 2G, 1915 THE LETHRRinfiE DAILT HERALD PAGE THRBE' ----Ifa MANY WOMEN TAKE.INTEREST IN TRAINING CAMP LIFE OF WHITE HOPE Negro's Showing in Training 6lve_VVelgha 233 Now, Will Make 215 Havana, Cuba, march lodiiy gave Jack Johnson and Jess the L'lrst opportunity lu uovural days to work in the open air, in tr.iIiiiiiK for Lholr battle for the world's heavyweight championship on April Uiicli ivuKtlist drew crowds ol' people. Willnrd trained at .Miranmr, in the presence of 500 spectators, a third or whom worn women, snd many were tourists. The challenger did an hour and a quarter of Jiard work at tlic pul- leys, piiiujhlug the throwiiig the medicine bull and boxing twelve rounds. He fucert John Cor threo rounds, Walter aMonahan for four, cncj Jim Savage for live, and.later wrestl- ed ivHh Tox O'HourJie. His Straight Left Good Wfllard has developed a good straight Ills His 'wind is only fair. partners Janrind freely today, and-.desplle the fact that they are smaller men, the challenyer waa easily thrown off hia and luxuriant. You will also discover dandruff is gone and hair has stopped falling. Gray, faded hair, though no dis- grace, is a sign of did age. and as we CLOSE MINOR LEAGUE GATES 10H desire a youthful and attractive (appearance, get ibusy at once with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur and look year's 3'ounger. Sold by J. 0. Hfgin- botham 4, Co., Ltd., Druggists. Chicago, ill., Jfarch John son'ts suggestion to gates the'' mJiior league clubs until tin change for the -better, IE likely to lit effect on baseball. Those closely allied wilh the major leagues .are sljnost unanimously i favor of the plan while the leagues most affected fear that the schem may be carried out ntfw that the heat of the American league has turned the spotlight on the existing couditiotiB. CHICAGO HOLDS LEAD IN BOWLING TOURNEY soria, HI., March Barry Kettelera of Chicago, with 2007, main tained their lead for firat place at the tournament of the American Bowling congress today. Listless shooting marked the efforts of the first shift and five-man teams who rank amonS the top notchers failed to connect on the alleys .tonight. 1-L Allen and R. Allen of Detroit lead in the douhles, with a score of 1237. Walter Cook heads the individuals with 607, and 12. J. Kelly of Chicago tope the all-events, 'with 1S70. The rolling loth today and yeater- day failed to produce anything like re- cord marks. BIG LEAGUERS AT THE TRAINING CAMPS Tiimpal has it hcen aaid Gulfport, Crawlord to- that a' team "put the same on ice." 'day pronounced the brand 6t Veathcr Tho Cubs'did yesterday, defeating the now handed out here'as 'the coldest Havana Heds, .15 to 1, with little he has ever experienced in spring frozen bedecking the field.. training. Sam .has been goint south bucks and a half came through.for a number of seasons, too. Jeti- the gate. Secretary Cook brought it i his vest Slirevcport, La. A seven-inning battle was on tap today between Tinker's regulars and tho ice melted around the low upots in the Infield. Tho mingled with the 'ShreVcp'orl nlrht social- ly. Augusta, more than a patient waiting lor a ray ol isimsliiiic, Pittsfed regulars and rpok- Jfts had a 'real, nlne-inuiiig' practice game.. Regulars won 5-to 1, Knetzer- showed excellent form .-in his pitching 'for the regulars. The team hopes that i't clear some day again. Springs'; blaits promised to hold tht Pirates back today, following A [till day of rest players divided up for a basketball game and wore on the floor when Fred Clarice stop- fed the program, rungs showed he was human by call- ing yesterday's workout. Marlin Springs, Mar- quard, a lieadlinc attraction, will play "small time" this spring way back to New Manager McGraw snid today'the secondI string 'of Gi- ants would start north tomorrp1 Rube goes with them. Daytona, trimmed the Athletics a few times, the. Suparbos arc primed for their series with the Cuban Stars, which starts today. Joe Chabclf, n rookie pitcher, who worked five innings yesterday, tractcd Manager faultless .twirling. Robinson by Savannah, .Yankees were hoping for good Weather A7 cold snap yesterday" forced thenv'Tn- to the Y. M. C. The workout ou a board yoor did not make a hit, Soldiers Didn't Play Last Night The order "Up guards and at 'cm'1 was. not given.last night at the BX- libition grounds as advertised. The battery and prison gumUs didn't hook up in that football tilt announced in last why Here is why, according to the guards' ver- sion "The battery must have had 'cold feet', they didn't show, up' for the game. However, we hope to apply the iccessary heat to have them lijxd up ryinfi; to arrange for Good Friday, n readiness for a game that we are The postponement in their estimation, will probably give them more lime to get into shape. We shall bu ready for them, at any tatf, and if the game, is played Good Friday it. will tc, as promised, 'A hummer.' Juniors Bowl fivepins at Skeith's team defeated Cascaden's two games but of thrca last night. Ehvyn was absent Irom Cascaden's team alid Waddington played as sub-, stitute. Kairhurst also pliiyed in Home's place on SkeiLh's team. The scores 32 29 37 Fa-iriurst 43 10 3S Mcllvcna 46 31 40 121 70 103 28 31 25 39. 39. 38 18 39.. 29 75109 90 Cascaden Ktmin.-........ Waddington CAR PET BA L LI The final clash for the champ ion ship of the CaipctbRlI league will be play'-; od oil Monday evening 'next at 8.157 Moose vs: A. 0. K. and S. 0. plays the The Uarrowmai Shield goes with' the Last night at the K. ol P. hall the C. 0. F. defeated the K. P.'s 13 to 10. It WH a game. ,j, ff ALLY GRAND NATIONAL London, cvrarch Grand National was won today by Ally Sloper, 100 to 8; Jaco- bus, 2u to i, second, and Far- ther Coup, 10 third. STOP SUNDAY SKI MEETS BY ORDER OF GOVERNMENT Sabbalh Entertaifiment at Ottawa Shocks Dr. Roberteon Ottawa, Qnt., March Sun- day ski meets or championship events, at which an admission entrance fee is charged, have been banned by tbe On- tario government. On Saturday' tbe officers of the Ontario Ski club re- ceived word from Toronto that the attorney-general's department Intends Lo'enforce the Lord's Day act with respect to Sunday entertainments In Ottawa. The protest to the attorney-general's department regarding., the holding of Sunday meets here, was brought by Dr. W. -M. Robertson, of the Lord's- Day Alliance. Dr. Robertson chanced to be phasing through. Ottawa en Sat- urday prior to the holding 01 n. eki meet and' saw the advertisements .foi- same in the local newspapers. PELKEY AGAIN KNOCKED OUT AI. Reich' Bowls Him Over in Third Round at New York New York, N.Y., 'March Reich of this city, former amateur vywpjght champion, knocked out Arthur Pelkey of Chjconee, -Mass., in the third round of a ten-round match c last night. Jt was a hard battle, Reich takiu? the first round and Pel- eveiiJEE it un in the second. A left to the face and n right crosg to :he jaw aent Pelkey down for a count of nice In .the third round. He arose ind boxed for another minute, but a leit Look on the head and several rights and lefts to the law ended the contest. EUch weighed 206 pounds. For Protection acainst the serious sickness so likely to follow an ailmentof the digestive organs, bilousness or inactive you can rely on the best known corrective MAJES Next Mon.-Tues. March 29-30 Dopular rices NO Scats Now Selling Higher At Iledley Drug Co, Ton! Tonight! THE THIRTEENTH -SEKIES OF ft ft THE MASTER KEY More More Exciting Than Ever FEAST OF MYSTERY; A SPECTACULAR SENSATION Sydney Drew in Professional and Girls Doesn't It Strike You Fiiiuiy UNIVERSAL WEEKLY A CIRCLE OF GOLD ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE. OF QUALITY AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE EIG AMATEUR NIGHT Real Local Talent LIONEL 4 CO. .IN "Tlie Boy of The Regiment" A Dramatic Sketch that cannot fall to pkaae. Dolly Freedman Canada's Nightipsale in the Latest Popular Song Successes The Hand of The Law A Three Part Western Feature from thfi Colorado Motion Pic- ture, Co.'s Famous Ranch. 2000ft. of Real Live Up-to-the Minute Comedy U. S. Submarine Sinks to Bottom In Manoeuvers I F.MPRESQ 15c The House of Big Things- STOP Tonight or Tomorrow AMERICA'S FOREMOST DRAMA- TIC STAR JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS Edimiud Brecsc in Tlie Master Mind The last syllable In refined; drama with thrills and punchei galore. THE GENTLEMEN CROOKS AND THE LADY The Beginning of "The Mystery" "DOWN IN THE DEEP 'L'ET ME SLEEP WHEN I Sons by Mr. Vaudrty Petrle. AT THE PICTURES Monday and Inimit- able Chaplin in "HUSHING THE Two Part Keyttone Comedy LISTEN A Two-Part Feature' A War. end Other To Emprefi Orche.lra DAY AND SATURDAY crew is alive. At sucli a depth they say the submarine must be ciustieil and full of water. TAKING OVER THE G.T.P. .Ottawa, -March' 25. E. -J. Clmmber- JalD. president of the'G. T. nnfl G.T.P.; Mr, llorley DoualdsoDr general man- ager of the latter railway, and; General Counsel BIggar, nre in .Ottawa, the primary p'jrpose of coiiferring; with the government in regard to the] taking over ol that part of syplem ruhning from tol Moncto'n, N.B., known ai the transcoutineutal railway. (Itt UnM Sih n Air b ii, U a cnu Honolulu, March Royern- .oat tug Navajo which was assisted by another tug in dragging Hie bot- tom' of the ocean wilh grappling hooks early today reported its line asl at a depth ot 35 fathoms to vhat was believed to be submarine which had not been hcntil Irom incc early yesterday, when slic was submerged during target practice, Other vessels of the submarine fleet stationed hetc immediately IcEt the barljor to dive and investigate. Pend- ing their rtLiun tlie late of the twn- ty-five nien who formed the crew- of the F-i was still a matter of tine. BELIEVE "SUB" CRUSHED WaBhinglon, March the sub-r marine iri is-slink in 120 fathoms1 (720 Icet) of-water, as Honolulu de- spatches rcoort, naval ofTiccru have no hope whatever that any her REWARD Sec Runaway June for particulars SCENE FROM "THE MASTER MIN D" AT THE EMPRESS TONIflHt ;