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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I WEDNESDAY; MARCH 31, IDIS T H E L E T H B R E D A11, Y HER ;l L D PAGE THREE "Tommies" Beat Cardston Civilian Soccer Eleven C Squadron Indulges in Many Lines of Sport-Lively Football Match Canlatoii, Squadron contains a c h The C owd of real live nter- judging from Uio Rrenl (ist in athletic events o( HVl kinds. Every Saturday seed nearly 11 very mail tnklng iin aellvi; Intercut. lu the "regular weekly contests u-ltlcli Hre held on tlio Blcoil Indian lleserve to the norLli of (own. Running, jump- ing, lug-of-wars, ami iiro only Tew ol the many events 'which are lioLly contested. Football also occupies a prominent rtiice In outdoor activities. L'asl Sat- urday the locnl Lcain of civilians niel, IL picked loam (rom Ihu ranks, twilhb-tandiiiff Jjui'.vy coal of mud which lay over the field, a very interesting game was seen. Every Idayer iraa splashed ivllli mud from head to foot, and every place the ball slush and waicr wor.'nl nptnsli in ;ill Xeverlheleaa this did not prevent, I lie players from ylay- ing the game as it should be played, nnd men went evtri SEC." to hunt Ihe- ball the hond in approved style, lioeii'less "of the shn'wer or soft mud which iialim-iliy Ilium from the besmeared ball. -In Iho linc-iniH, which follow, a nuni- nors or former 'LeLlibridge players may he nollveil: "Tom in i Ten nan I, An- derson, Baiter, P. Anderson, Thompson, Collins, Petls, Bryce, Thompson. (.'nnlsiwi .Mil'ier, Glover, Lynn, Gnaclier, Flukei'lng, Christie, IJui'lon Mention, Hindis, Wray, Tlic had progressed unly leu minutes when Thoniinjon of the "Tom scored the fivsL goal. This aivjikoiied the CivillRna, and for remainder of the game. I he mud fairly flew as the players splash- ed and fell Jti (he slush fliid water. Al minutes Uenton, llincks and Wray madB a liri'dlant run the hall (lie entire length of the field anil Hcored a goal, thus lying the store. The remainder or Ihe gamo 'wa whirlwind of fast and t'jever plays, the large crowd of spectators cheering their favorlles on in tholr en.dee.vor (fj score a winning goal, it fcoked an thongli the match WAS to be a draff until the very lust ten seconds of the game. Thompson again secured fi mid drove m the neceasary al into the net of (lie Civilians. It. is expected Mint the soldier Love ill send H football eleven to Pincher Creek shortly to play the -Tommies i'ho are drilling tbert. Today the boys arc clad in their new overcoats nnd "winter hats which ave just been issued to them. A football game will claim the attention of the'fporting blood of Lethbrldge Good Friday morning. A team from the City IB going to try concluiiont with the Battery eleven. The clafh li scheduled to take place at 11 o'clock, and the ball park will Jrkaly be selected at the of operations If arrange. .'iVie'nU can be .made, which be .definitely announced in the Her- ald tomorrow. Anything In which the Battiry boys take part a hit with the citizens of Lethbridge, and a full itand may be expected out to the game. CHECKERS George Moore, oi North Lethbtidge, s the winner of (lie Wright Checker ioiii'namcnt cup, a handicap competi- that, has been occupying ut- cntion.of checter pfavers of tlte city or the past couple of months at the Mr. Moore edged it over Johnny Johnston, "the daddy of them fjy ajiprbxiinalcly a couple oE points. It is M'orthy" of noto that the former half a handicap of 18 points over the latter, who was the Burns Strong For Willard Tommy Burns, former heavyweight clianipJojj of world, 'who lost his title to the same Jack Johnson that meets .fesa on -Monday nest, IB now in Calgary, closing up hie bus- iness affairs preparatory to his homo in New Orleans: Tommy saya Ihe opportunities for grabbing- the elusive slmolecn are bright In the South, where he ready established prosperous fight club, and thoiiKh Lhe thought of tea. ing tunnelt away from Calgary is te; o to contemplate, rhe adde wealth may In time hetl tha wo.iiriinont. luvo been made with tba, sgvernnienL and tue Dominion of dahwla'Tlifle asso- tlfltion t'of..ilie ,1190 of n .uo'rUon of the Rockcllffe rifle for the 1 the neighborhood cf for work. "Cyclone" Taylor was the cham- pion goal getter in .the1 ivorid's.eerles as h.e scored, seven himielf. TBarney .Stanley was. next In, line ,_tritli six counters. Fi'nuk1 Neighbor "tied -with Taylor .in. the matter7 of pqints by reason of hia uniejfiili methods., Hft asBiaied in Scoring than gix goals, tliouth .he only registered -four himself. Gerard Jed in the matter of: penalties durjng, tlic Official figures for scoring fotiow: Individual Scoring i -Goals Taylor Neighbor Mackny Stanley Broadbent Gerard Patrick Duford Mallen OrflJiara o. 1 -1 REFEREE'S PLAIN STATEMENT "Neiv Orleans, Jja., March 31. Welsh of San Francis- co, who ivill retcree Ihe Wil- lard-Johnson fight in Havana, April 5, arrived Jjere last nisliL. to sail [or Cuba today. "I shall not the fight on a technical Welsh said. "Only a deliberate foul which one cf the fight-. eis, c.iugc me to render a decision either way. Havana, ilaucli Flanagan ql. irlio ujauagcd Johnson when the negro heavyweight championship from "Jim .Jeffries sit-1 arrived in Havapa today. Hi says Johnson does not look quite as good as. ho did. then, but tliat he surprised at lits good condition after the lapse of live years. Johnson 38 years old -fbursday. Havana is fight mail. 'Noliiing but inigilism is being discussed in clubs, .lol-els and homes the men and WOT men iicksonvilJc, Flu., Jlarcli JelL that race trouble may lollow altercation between the white wife of .7ack Johnson and .Monica Valdez, ;i maniaurist :it Havana. John- son is incensed '-over the affair and has threatened legal proceedings ag- ainst the manicurist, while the white element ie generally hacking Monica ldez. The police have forbidden publicnticn ot the- incident by the vspapeVB. According to Reliable Havana sources, the altercation arose wlieu Uie uianicun'st refused to serve a white woman "who had mar- ried a 'Johnson's wife is Eaid io have taken tlie-matter ivith the result that blows" followed beuted words. The manicurist is said to have ff.d Sire. Jolmscu about the place liy the hair- No arreatr. 'were made Two hundred rural-police have been provided for the fight Monday, April Seats are Now Selling at The Medley Drug Co. for the Return Engagement of the Whitney Opera Company in MAJESTIC o Nights Matinees Good Friday and Saturday April 2nd and 3rd Special Symphony Orchestra Same Great Production and Cast, including The Famous Singing Chorus low Floor BOTH NIGHTS: ENTIRE LOWER FLOOR.11.00 75c, 50c GALLERY .................25c ALLAN LINE THE POPULAR .PIONEER LINE REDUCTION IN II. CABIN RATE, All Steamers ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Halifax One Day Later. S.S. CORSICAN ..........Apr. 21 S.S, HESPERIAN ........Apr. 30 Excellent Accommodation avail- able in All Classes Ticketn can be purchased in Can- ada and all arrangements made for from Great Britain and Europe. Full information from your local S. S. or R. R. Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen. N.W. Agt. WINNIPEG. Hear the boys who are on a 3000 mile hike from Calgary to New "York at the EMPRESS Tonight. BOXER: KILLED'IN RING iomes city. 'Hie American., hove are very pppulni and all touts that are held arc being well attended. The only thing that _ the Cubans-fail to understand in the light ;ame is'the clinching. The governor, of the province oi Havana has declared "April 5, the day >f the fight, n holiday alter 10 o'clock n (.he morning. Tin fight arc endeavriri] ic promo lets of the ring to have con- gtcss declare the day a national holi- day. FIGHTS WITH'MOUTH OPEN through with hard ttain- ng now and the same.may be _said oi his final hard-work-out Villarri went through all his "indoor xcrcise and in .addition tooK on hi; p.irring partners in turn for 12 fast oiinds. The liig white man went af- cr Charley llemphill. so vigorously Iiat Hcmphill was .dazed by one of is blows anil Willard was iorced to lov down. Willard's.lelt to the head nd body were his best-blows. He lys he Is afraid to USB his right gainst his sparring partners. Ring Kllowers consider that one of, the orsfc faults of Wlllard is that, he avcs his body unprotected moab oE ic time. He "also fights with his ioutli opejj. '.JOHNSON NOT AS BEFORE The big black fighter undoubtedly heavier and seemingly is slower mn he was at- Meno five years ago, it he says he is satisfied with'his onditipn- He gives his weight us 235 oiinds and says he expects to "dry ut" .an additional five or seven ounds. Nineteen-Year-Ofd Tully DTes on Way to Hospital Steubenvil'ie, OhJo, March Ihe first round :of a fight, between Clyde Sharp, ..Steiibeiivljle' welter- weight, and "Special Delivery" Tully, 19, of'Plttsburg) Jiere tonight; T.ully fel'i iinconscioug after a clinch and died shortly afterward in' a hos- pital. Sharp was arrested. CUB MANAGER DISSATISFIED Tampa, Fla., March Roger Bresnalian is not very well sat- isfied .with'the form displayed by the Cuba their, training.stunts. .The manager lias-'discovered a rn.iV.i- tiplicity oE weaknesses in his forces on the attack, and for the next three daj-s, 'ivhile they .have no e.xhihition games to olay, will try to remedy them before they start north. ,Tne poor base running.of the team is caus- ing the "manager' niore trouble than anything-else. Totals.. KELUY SIGNED CONTRACT Toronto, -Mnr. Thn signed con- ract of CatcJier BJI'i .Kelly )iag- ar H' the heidqutrtefs of the Tor onto liBBCbftli club. .That .of. Paul Kri- c.hefl, ssconrf catcher nnd tlie lea- gue's leading hitter is expected any tlay. President ;aiys l the LeuTa will lie pfaclicaVly u now loiim this aeasoii wltli jiiBt enough of 'the veterans In line to hold the en, 'together. .WHITE WINS THOMA9 .PIitlidelplilR, March White, Lho-..Chictfo lighlwaiglit. liaU (lie batter of a afjc-round bout with Charles "Kid" Thomas of this city, 'who claims the French lightweight chanipionihip, here tpnigbt. FRANKS BOXED DRAW March a 12-round bout that rather dis- appointing otving to neither boxer mixing it enough, Abe Mantel! of Win- nipeg, and tddie Franks of Moose Jaw, featherweights, boxed a. draw here last nfslit. -Tom MuJhtW, nftcr having the worst of the scrap, stppued Iron Man Claf'lfe In the fifth round of'a scheduled 10-round bout.: COFFEY BEATS -DAVIS New York, N.Y., March Jim Caffey. tlio Dublin giant, knock eil pu't ''pne Hound" Davis, the Duffalo heavyweight, with a right smash to the 'Jaw; -.after 30 ascends, of fighting, In tlie third round a tcn-roiind match. hero last night. Coftey scor- :d In (he nud' sec- ond (seconds. 'each eight MfLSANC OUTPOINTED WALLACE Now York.'N.Y., Marbh (llbane cT Cleveland, world's [either-j weJght champion, outpointed Kddje, of Brooklyn In a tcn-roiinrt go In Brooklyn tonight. The weights were: Kllbane Wallace 136. Corns Are Out-of-Date They Indicate Methods Which Are OUolete Now Folks who have corns are iollf s who pare use liquuie, or some other old-lime treatment not up-lo-dafe. Most folks don't keep corns now. When one appears they apply a Blue-jay plurier. The pmm stops instantly. In 48 hours the com disappears forever. A famous .chemist found the way to end corns without pain or soreness. Now millions use it Fully fialf the corns tfiat grow aix ended as soon cs they appear. .There-is no excuse for corns- You can't prevent (hem, mayhc, buf you can. remove (hem quickly- There will be no lasting on feet when alt folks know of Plasters IS 'Mailed Free BlMT If Black, Regarding- flic one cent tax on letters ami post in Can- ada _for delivery 'Canada, United Cnnutla 'or Mexico, and on letters mailed-in -Canada for .delivery in Uniteil Kingdom and British posses- sions generally and wherever Lhc cent rate applies A u'ar cfnt been im- posed on each loiter and postcard mailed in Canada tor delivery in Can- ada, the United States or Mexico, and oniesch letter mailed in. Canada for delivery- in the- United kingdom and-British possessions generally, and wherever the tuo eenb rate to become effective on and Irom the lath April, iflla. This Wnr Tax is to be prepaid by thc senders means- oi a War Stamp for sale by postmasters and other postage stamp vendors. j Wherever possible, stamps on which the "War .Tax" have keea'print- ed should used for .prepayment oi the War. Tasr, but should ordinary postage stanips he used for this pur- pose, Lhcy.will be accepted. This. War. Stamp or additional stamp for war.purposes should be af- fixed -to. the upper right hand por- Ition.oi .the aildrcss side of-the cnvc- llopn or close to the regu- flar postage so it may be'read- ily cancelled at the same Lime as the postage. In tli-; event of failure-OH (In; part of thc: sender through over-sight or negligence tio prepay the war tax on each, letter or postcard above speci- fied, such a letter or postcard will be sent imhiedia'tely to the nearest Branch Dead LeUer Onicc. .1 H is essential that postage'on all classes ot mail .matter should be pre- paid by means of ordinary postage stamps. The Tax stamp will hot he accepted in any case lor the prc- paynleht. of. postage. A Big Lubiu Feature "The Soldier Of Peace" SNAKEVIULE'S Kcform Wave A RIOT OF FUN MARSHALL NEILAN IN THE Tattered Duke A SELIG SENSATION "SAVED BY A WATCH" ONE REEL DRAMA OF GRIPPING INTENSITY Concert Orchestra MR. JOSEPH Conductor MISS N. Pianiste i MR. M. Trap Drummer. MR. R. VAN Cornet Soloist. MR. Trombone Soloist 10.45. EVERY EVENING 7.1510.10.45 NOTHING BUT THE BEST for f 4 SPECIAL FOR TONIGHT ONLY" Addrtsaes by Messrs. Meyers and Maher, vJho are walking, from Calgary to New -York, and who are spending the night in Lethbridge en route. Hear'them 1 I EMPRESS I AMHM The House of Big Things PARAMOUNT NIGHT TONIGHT 1 DAXIEL FBOHMAN lio iniinitiible JOHN BARRYMORE In JI. A. I3u Soujchet's: Comedy -Triumph THE MAN FROM MEXICO A SPLENDID PRODUCTION IN 'FIVE PARTS OP MOTION PICTURES ;Saiig by; Mr. G. E. Fleming The Empress Orchestra TURK PIUSONEES OF WAK AT C'AIRO Some ot Uie Turkish prisoners taken at Ihe Suez Culm barmcki at Cairo. They are Syrians. in tuo i AFTIB SICKNESS OPERITH cell and fibre of the I body demands pure blood, I but drugs, extracts and aleo- 1 holic mixtures are uselat, Naiiriihmut and awuhiM I n.tDK'i blood inb-n UM rick' nnljelul oil-food Sooit'm CmMtafienliTautkcMMito I unit the ItiOdilki ttrawtoM Mi fartrtU Kth. lilittrtii fcr scorra ;