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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TODAY AND TOMORROW iu i Nights at 8.30 Prim' K rnces. M _ _ TODAY A Maiestic Theatre ai Ta JOHN BARLEYCORN BASEBALL Tired of Math- ewson is Not Wanted Any More NATIONAL w. Philadelphia..... Chicago Boston j Cincinnati ,V Pittsburg New York Saturday Games A special meeting of the Lethbridgo L-awn'BcwIIng club will be held tomor. row (Tuesday) night at S o clock sharp in the Board of Trade building, Gull Gardens. Arrangements for a St. Lou's new green- election of officers for the PittsburK.......... coming season, and other very import-the passengers were at luncheon .'and: no warning whatever' .was gijrcn. 'The vessel was struck'iiear-thc.second funnel and at once began to sink ..by': the head. A 6 and some-say''a third, torpe- 6'do struck the.ship, which in a few minutes began ;t6: list'jicavily, renocr- ine the'-lowering of many of She 1-oits 6 i about 20 minutes Inml ''the firing oi the first- torpedo1 ihe i Through Engine Room The first torpedo passi-d t'.t-ar through Hie engine room. One report says both the Srst and the teroiui torpedoes were lired at the starboard side, while another states that one was f roin the .port, and the second from the starboard side. i One evwitness says that before the liner made its final plunge the skrn 'stood straight up in the air lor sev- icral minutes. One survivor states the captain, who on the bridge at the time, gave the order not to lOT- icr the boats, but others say no.-.1 or- der whatever was given'and that it (I'soon hecarne a case of: each man tor 3 himself. In.all 500 people of many national- ities were landed in Queenstown and 100 bodies, have been brought here 1UI! OUUlCa lliivi: .'Uui.ii There was a great rush to the Cun- srdeen................- V lard wharf as the first boat.conveying MEET ME AT THE iEMPRESSg PICTURES TONIGHT HENRY W. SAVAGE In association with the FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM COMPANY offers EDWARD ABELES In The Celebrated Farce Success The Trillion A Paramount Masterpiece in Five Parti .'Two-Pit Thanhouser Special ''A Keystone 'Mabel. Do Not THE POPULAR LYRIC QUARTETTE will be in attenflance-They.ar. please An Added .Vaudeville Attraction has.been secured for This Week STATIFFEE AND VINE In their Original song and dance sketch We can recommend this as the best show ever seen in the City of Letnbridae EARLY Seattle NORTHERN Saturday Games First game: Superior ard wharf as the first boat.conveying jhours he rescued'berthed. Stringent refl- ations were enforced by the authori- ties to prevent congestion that might hinder the lacilities tor remov- L! of the rescued to the hotels. Eloquent Irishman Denounces Drink The Majestic Theatre was well fill- ed last to hear Pal" Patterson denounce the drmk traihc Mr Patterson is an eloquent speaker, iemg Irish and kept his au- dience it keen attention for two 3 St. Boniface Bush, Brssslcr and Schang; Morton j second game: Superior St. Boniface 393 11 10 3 FEDERAL Pittsburg cars a day, and as a new .departure lNewark...... In photo-play should he interesting to the public in general, but especially.toriKlllisa3- uie pumic gciicimi --i--------f those who own or operate motor cars. lose wuu ovvu vi uiicm.'.v. BaltimoiN The growtli of the Ford Motor Co. gt> LomS........... -t has been ao their 8 motis production is a matter of corn- moil Interest, and any moving picture which depicts and illustrates their method of produceion, views of-the fac- nctnou ot u. tory, etc., cannot fall to be of inter- is the first Ford film ever shown in Canada, and is likely to bo followed from time to Urna with other films portraying some other, interesting branch of the Ford Motor Co.'s acth- lues- U 12 10 13 3 12 10 11 11 10 14 9 12 .15 L. Pet. r Winnipeg St. Louia...... 6j Burfalo 5 Plank, Groom and Chapman; Schultz Eliemlvc and Allen. Second game: Buying an Indian MOTORCYCLE Means keeping the money In the ;country! THERE 18 NO WAR TAX PRICE ON THE "INDIAN" Indian Motorcycles BUILT IN CANADA One, Two''and Three Speed! Prices From: to Vanadium Steel Construction Tho Indian l> recoanlzed the leader other makers copy. E. MacDonaH Repairer 'QunimUh Hhwie 1032 Bth Street Saturday First game: 545 Grand Forks -591 Fort William Fargo............... .420 Sunday Games Fort WKliam.......... Grand Forks............ Virginia...... Fargo.......- Pathetic Scene the survivors were landed the Because so scene was most pathetic. Many were are there so many .saloon-keepers 7 borne on stretchers. Some were dead. I Because so many people iMati drink Others limped between naval men, If you take away the demand and stillinore walked between lines will take .may the traffic It ui tin, of people who cheered them as they moderate drinker that is the curse lapsed along without1 coats or any Ii there were no moderate drmKers omfortable apparel. there would be no immoderate drink- Most of the passengers landed irom ers. The moderate drinker is tne the Slormcock presented a sad sight, i cause of the problem because nc u Not one of-them'had any substantial the one nho puts the liquor biis.Mss garments on tliem, and the majority on its feet financially. I vian, till wlln arp. the CaUSB 01 me J1EUO- JESS WILLARD TO HAVE FIRST TITLE BOUT LABOR DAY New York, N.Y, May .TON lard, heavyweight champion of the ____ 2 1 This was the announcement madi 'and Fischer; aiosoley j here yesterday by Harry PoKock and he Dan McKettrick, club. owners of the Buffalo will fight either Jim Coffey or Crandel and Harfiey; Fprd, Blair Frarnk' Moran on Labor Day at the and Allen. Beach Sporting Club Chicago O.i Coney Island. Newark McConnell and.Rariden. Kansas City................... 8 Brooklyn.............. 5 tua -EiStoriy; Upham, Wil- son, Finaeran Pittsburg............ Baltimore..........- Hearne. and Berry; Quinn and Owens. GamM Chicago.. Newark..................... .Hendrtx and WllBon; Falkenbure and Rariden. AM. ASSOCIATION Saturday Gamea LoulsTillo B Indianapolis... 8 Kansas City. J [Milwaukee......... Cleveland Columbus Paul I Minneapolis ...11 13 The speaker first analyzed the rea- sons for' the drink traffic. He said part, "There are many de- cent respectable, honorable and upright men in the liquor busi- ness Why are they in the business are there so many shoemaners Because so many want shoes. Why of ths men were without their coats, and. carried life belts. Their appear- ance was dejected, but this was noth- ing compared with the women, who were without hats, cloaks or wraps Vancouver, B.C., May in fine shape, brown as. a. berry, and. full of of :his coming match, with .rank iBarrieau, the local Canadian, welterweight champion of "Canada, 'Johnny (Kid) Alberts of Elizabeth, N.J., whose recent victories have given him a preferred claim on the 115 pound American, title, arrived in the city on this morning's.boat, and will this afternoon commence to put the 'finishing touchei to'.hlB training for the big bout at the Vancoufer Horse Show building on Wednesday, May 12 This bout, which will brinf together two of tie clever- est In the world at the welter- weight limit, U the feature event of an all-Btar card to be staged as a ben- efit for the fund! of the Vancouver Athletic club. Warhop Unlucky Pitcher Jack Warhop, the, Yankee hurler. is of the onlnlon that he was the uniuck- iest pitcher In'the American league in 1914, as he lost five l-tp-0 games, while altogether Jre lost 11 games by a single run A little tatting behind Jack might have given him 19 vic- tories, and only four defeats on 1K> leesi men who are the cause oi the prpb- em to remove the problem. Mr- Patterson outlined the origin of the "Catch-my-pal" on scribing the idea came to him suddenly one day (the da) aitei the 12th of Jul) when he saw five drunk men standing bj a lamp post He Eot them to sign the temperancr pledge and at the same time inado each promise to go out and catui the biggest drunkard he could lay hands on and bring him along to sign the pledge The second U men came hack, the third night 31, the iourth night 101 men, and one at them the uorst blackguard and drunkard j in town. That was in 1909 The movement got an ay to a great start I and has leen productive of wonderful ORPHEUM Vaudeville and Pictures The Sherrahs Colord Enlertainera San Kike Herman Hebrew Comedian The Brute -----Three-Part A powerful portrayal of the m' tense action of Southern Lum- ber Camp. Her S.O.S. Call A Wirelew Drama 1000 FEET CLEVER CON- STRUCTED COMEDY The speaker ended his lecture by shotting the grave necessity lor de- feating tiie drink 'traffic in Alberta. Russia and France done it Bri tain soon must "If the war were to kill the liquor trade we would al- most be justified m saying, "Hunk Ood lor the war The crowd stood at the close of the lecture and repeated the words ol Salvation army band was in and meeting closed by singing "Ood Save the King." FRANCE MAY STOP ALL DRINK FOR WAR Paris, May Petit Parisien says it has been that the government will Introduce a bill pro- hibiting absolutely the manufacture, sale and transport of alcoholic drinm during the orogresi of the war, Even beverages containing propor- tion of alcohol, H understood, wjil bo prohibited. TUESDAY NIGHT EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION Mush Eating Contest FULL OF FUN Mat B-10c Evening The Ladies of St. Augustin'a W. A. will present the Playlet, Sunbonnets IN BUROMAN'S HAU. ON TUESDAY, MAY 11th at The proomb In aid of the St MUTT'S AssHcun Church, North Admlilcn Me; Reuryed, Wo, PROMINENT CITIZEN GETS TERM IN JAIL Reglna, Sask, May 8-A T. ter, one of Reglna's best known club- men and society men, was yesterdjr found guilty of forgery to six months' Imprisonment with decide The crime'of which thf cner was upon in to ie.fcet. another R ;