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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1915 THE LBTHRR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREI Lilt FORM. HIS FRANK LUSH TO BOX IN PROVIJJ. CIAL TOURNAMENT AT ED- MONTON JIMMY LUSH. TOO, GOING TO EN- TER-BOYS TRAIN, AT THE Y.M.C.A. 1'rosnrctivc entrants for the Alhcr- ta boxing and wrcslling chan.pion- ships, to ho held at Edmonton al the end oi Uiis-.monl.li, Who avc scck- ini; a place lo-'train, arc urged to in touch with Thompson, physical instructor at the .31.0.A. Jlorr.is Sadowski anil Uasil Chaplin arc now getting in shape at the The Ualtery boys will have a repre- sentative in Ihe light-weight hoxnifi division al llic provincial tournament. Frank Lush is going to lie the cun- tender and there is no other local as- pirant who is more capable oi up- holding 'Lcthbridgc honor in Ihe ring than this -popular unless it's his brother' Jimmy. Jimmy is going put aitci llic lighlr weighl "championship, too, if he can make llic weight. Jimmy says he thinks he can make the lie i: about- ten pounds over the limit just now, hut -boiling candy over a red hoi. stove in his hrolliurVcandy kit- chen is taking "ft nearly a pound ol avcrdnpois a day and willl a course of strenuous training he should he within the limit and m good shape in time for .llux championships. Frank Lush is ncaier the "spccia class" (135 than the light weight class ami it is possible that lie will cuter in the special weight as ivell as in the lightweight division, lie is in shape now, thanks to the perfect life ol soldiering, and a couple of good workouts will reduce him lo tin1 125 pound limit. There nre other pood boys who should (jet in line ..for the bouts in and Earl Uclsh is one ol them. DOG TEAMS WILL RACE OVER ALASKAN SNOWS Soldiers Fired Salvos at Ger- mans for Wlllard'a Victory of the defeat ot Jack Johnson, the negro heavywolBht champion, by Ms Wlllard, In Havana, was cheor- v ed uproariously along 350 miles of wench and British trendies when the news reached the front. 'Artillerists fired salvos at the German trendies in honor of the while fighter's viclory. British gunnel's, 'who used lo eal! some of their powerful howitzers "Jack have rcchristencd them "Jess AT or the United blaws or Mexico and to letters to ihe United. Kingdom, A one cent war stamp must be al- fixed to each postal note bought, while on all money orders a two cent war stamp is required. For the war taxes on cheques, notes and other hanking papers, spe- cial two cent wau stamps arc issued by the inland revenue department and must be affixed to each cheque issued. These stamps may be obtained Irom (.lie from the post olliccs or the inland revenue offices. In case ihcy arc not available the ordinary two ccut postage stamp will do. Calgary, occurred here this morning oi T. GravcllOj one of the best known younger busi- ness mcli-ot Ca.lgary. .Mr. Gravelle was very" prominent in sporting cir- cles and organized the outlaw hockey league-about which there was a great fuss" in-. Alberta sporting circles at He was engaged in the TONIGHT The Million Dollar Mystery PRIZE WINNING SOLUTION THE STRANGE CASE OF PRINCESS KHAN SLIPPERY SLIM AND MUSTANG PETE TONIGHT NOMINATIONS WILL BE TAKEN FOR CANDIDATES FOR THE SHETLAND PONY CON- TEST. NOMINATE YOUR FAVORITE. READ POSTERS. CHARLES CHAPLIN CONTINUED FROM FRONTPAGE 1 The maintenance estimates lor the year amounted to made up irom previous year's figures. During the year tills was greatly reduced, I EMPRESS 5 "CHEERFUL AND AIRY" KEYSTONE AIGHT "The Homebreakers A TWO PART KEYSTONE COMEDY "The Boss of the Eighth" A POLITICAL DRAMA IN TWO PARTS "Limping Into Happiness" BY MEANS OF FAKE ACCIDENTS The Mutual Weekly LATEST WAR AND GENERAL NEWS Last Appearance of Signoi- De Brescfc In hie Original Eicape Act J TOMORROW PICKFORD AS CINDERELLA or a exactlv 6 pounds. It can be made by melting some old lead in a cup and trimming it so that il is as round as possible! It is "put" with one hand, and in doing so the shot must above and hot behind the shoul- ders. It is not to be thrown. 'pnl MAY FORGIVE HUBBY Mra. Joe Jackion Says They Probably Will Patch Up Quarrel Greenville, S.C., April 5frs. Joe JackBon, pretty wife of the plugging' Cleveland outfielder, has not entirely forgiven him-for a eliow of af- fection for .the vaudeville 'women in Atlanta. Bhe is' moi'ilf lod, and DOW yeaniH to be .in her hu'iband's brawny arms. Mra. Jackson declared today that uil- lesB-another ripple on the.sea of mat- rimony linsetB lier boat of .bapplneSB file and Joe will .ride happily together this summer. 'will she aaid.1 '.'I'm just waiting to-hear from Joe. I got i telegram 'yesterday stating Joe joined the club in Chattanooga. He naid he-wpuld lot ine hear from him REGARDING MR.' ROWLAND It Warence Rowland, is complete boBil of, the Sox. He can do 'anything Charley Comlakty tells him to, 4-: WELSH FELL FOR, AN ,V OLD RING t Toledo; .'Ohio; April; tights ebmlng whispered BIMy Wa'gner to Freddie Welsh, light champion of the .world, In the eighth period of their 10-round bout lore the-Pth'er night. JVelsh fell for this old-trick, glanc- ed? down, and came within an nee of Icilng hiB ijllo. '.Washer' hooked an "upp'orcut "to .-his but was so surprised to find the champion- wc.uld 'fall for'the bluff, that he.-dld.n't wallop as. effectively as ho mllht done.-Wnnner made JVelsh -tight all -The champion had pitnhin shown. will .his batting .forin he' NEW WESTMINISTER- WANTS CON JONES: TO MANAGE TEAM Vancouver, April West- minster-lacrosse players and officials at their annual meeting Saturday de; cided unanimously lo approach Con JOIIBS and ask him" to again lead '3, Vancouver team against the Minto cup holders. Pat Feeney, one of the Weslmiiis'ter declared that Jones controlled :lacrpsse on thccpaSu and in the east and Jwitbout him in the running lacrosse dead. Con Jones stated tonight1 that' he was still hooked up. with Victoria in the Western Laccosse .association and would, have nothing'lo say, until the Westminster club, officials consult- eirhim; If Victoria is. unable to field a teimiihe says he will join, with "Sew Westminster if ;the latter -club puts up a bond to .guarahtce'ap'peaiar.co at all games. TAYLOR AND CHAS. CUTLER Sask., April- cbampion and Charlie Cufier) claimant'to the world's title, who have twice met previously, once iniSeptamber in when they .wrestled': 90 without a fall, mil once in Winnipeg In Novem- ber, when Taylor .won, on a. foul, have been reniatched for a title bout to be SaBkatoon on il.ay COIN TO FORCE MIKf Jimmy plabby .says he will force Bllic Qlbbong -Into -meeting him over the 20-ronnd route. The SI. Paiil phantom doclares.it will prompter Just- 17600 Itj' !7orce" him into e.ucb a battle, is made from'a circle 7 -feet .rampton Team: Figures on Coming Still at Coast (Jaleary; April d ,0. letter from Joe lonrd.. A fair "put" is one in ..which no part" of -the hoy .touches the top of ;he stop-board, the circle, or ground outside of tlic -circle, and the hoy eaves, the circle by the rear -4ia.lt, which is the half directly opposite the stoplbonrrt. A '.'put" shall be a foul if any part' .oi' the boy touches IhCrEXOund outside the front half of ihe circle before the put is measured. The measurement, is" made Irprp? -the inner edge of the the nearest- mark .on the ground or floor made by "the shot. Each 'boy. is. .al- lowed 3 trials..in the best jnf is recorded. Weight .Standard Distance 'To score 70 Points 80 llis. and under 23 feet SI to 95 Hi's. 911 to 110 Ibs. 26 leet 111 to 125 Its. 30-fceii 32 For every three inches above or be- low the standard. (70 ol deduct one point.. One credit. is al- lowed for .four pointy. The special thrower's bar may. .he Awarded to any boy securing a. total of 280 points, (i. e., 70 per cent.) in the four .events. elated. .It is. therefore, very probable that the'dipper will eventually come lere, even If legal action has to be taken against the mug pirates at the coast. RED. SOX -TIGERS STRONG Joe Cantillon' says Bcstcn or De- troit will cop In the American league this season. "Bill Carrigan and Hnghey Jennings each has a formid- able aggregation of.players and tlie team getting the best-breaks will "win is the way the Minne- apolis pilot.sizes lip the situation.. FEDERAL LEAeUE GAMES Score: -H.H.-E. Buffalo.............300 000 10W5 li Drooklyn ...........Oil 101 i Batteries Krapp, Emke, Bcditnt, Woodman and lllair Lalitte, TJpham and Land. Score K. H- K. Newark 123 10 Baltimore.........200 002 .001-5 H S Kaiserlirig and Wilhelm and Owens. No other FEDERAL LEAHUE Brooklyn Newark Chicago Pittsburg Kansas City- Sti- IibiiiB Bkltimote BiiKalo Won Lost 2 0 1.0 2 0 1.0 1.000 -.500 .000 .000 S7.000 loss than .18.13. Our 1015 esti- natcs'. have been mane .up, from, our 1914 expenditures, and.' we intend to same- rigid economy tins coming year, as the stati is fully im- )resscci with the absolute necessity or cutting out Construction' Ivork, Ciipilal "Expendl- .ture The tallowing is a short summary of the work under capital .expcndilure carried out (limns; tlic year, under ihs supervision of, this dopaut- '.oc. impt. 40, Sanitary Sewers: All the work of improve- ncnt as advertised is in North Leth- jridgE The work constructed was done only where the material already INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE UMPIRES SELECTED New York, N.Yi, April Barrow, president of .the Internation- al league, has announced'.the make-up of bis .umpiring staff for this season. Four new men Wil- liam'D Carpenter Robert Hart, John Mullen and.Peter Harrison have.been retained, while the new umpires are A J Clery and Edward Kcliman, "who 'iftlo'latcd'lii the jjew Ycrll State >ea- last year- Frank Brpwn, from the Phre'e-r league, -arid .-Bruce Freeman from the defunct Tri-State league. Mr- Barrow'tes: completed the lea- gue schedule, lAich Is expected to be adopted at-a meeting in.this city and will be made.nublic the latter part of the .week: BiGEATERSGET KIDNEY TROUBLE Take a glass of Salt, bsfor, breakfast if your Back hurts or The American men': .and women must guard kidney trouble, because too much and all our food is rich. .Our blood is filled with uric aoidrwhich the kidneys strive to filter they.weaken from overwork, .become sluggish; the; elim inalive tissues clog.and the result is kidney "trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline in.health... feel like lumps lead; your hack the.urme Is cloudy full of sediment or you are bbilgea to seek relief two or three times during the If you .suffer with sick headache Pr dizzy, nervous apellB icld stomach, or you have rheumatism when the let from your pharmacist about four ounces ot Salts; a. taWe; spoonful In glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act line. ..Tills fa- mini salts Is made from Ihe acid of (rapes .and lemon '.'.juice; combined used-for and stimulate in stock was suitable. Remarks in it. in ft. 12in. Total in ft. in it. Constructed -328 503 Not yet As advertised Subway: This contract, alter considerable ar- rangenient, awarded to the city and sublet, at tlie same prices to the Letlibridge contractors who were low- est bid'dcrs-'to'the C.P.R. This was done to keep -llic work'in the- citv. Tlie final estimate paid on, cu. yds. Excavating cu. yds. lin. it. Piling Concrete- Class I Class.-II Weeping drains High. Pressure System 952 cu. yds. 320 cu. yds. lin. Ef. To provide v'nrk, and also to furth- er tlie complttJon "of this scheme, the llin. and 12in.-stcel pipe'jn stock was laid, on .'Thirteenth, street north tiom 2nd Avenue l-p.5th Avenue, and on Fifth'Avenue from 13th Street to the foot 'of the standplpc -between 25th and 26th -Streets. 13th St steel" N. 12ip. steel Watefmaui Extensions .The only work done under'this head- ing: was .steel connected on the" of the Victoria-Park mains to''supply the district .'immedi- Total with Minis, and lias generations to Bush clogged .-.kidneys; .to. neutralize.'' the 'acids in BO H no longer is "a .source -of Irritation, thus ending Midder. disorders, 'v, Jad Salts isjineitpenslve; cannot in- jure, makes deligiitful efteryescent Itthla-water .bevtrage, amd toelonffl In home, bocBusX nobpdT cnii mfBUke by having jood.klrl- :ney liuihing any.'tlme. 'BoW-hy J. P lyVto the 'soiith. This was request- by submitted in 1912, and', submitted every year since The slQel, pipe and .fittings., were in stock. Petiliqns under 7this.heading are granted only, on an .8 per cent 12-Avc. St .'S: .Sin. steel .lolal 13 Sts- '6in: steel 690ft. 15 St. tet. Ave: .6111. steel This work had-: to be done in con nectipn .with- the subway, and started from 2nd Avc. with 24in. pipe up to -1st Arc. and a- piece, forty cignl'iwt loiig'aeroFii 13th.St. a 1st .Ave; This was only construc- tion.' work thai required the nurehar ins of 700: feet i 2 in. vilrifled pipe.was obtained from Medicine Hat. 13th St. N. to ?st --Avenue: south .2-lin. 1st Avc.' S. .'.Bolt..' 82011 j- Yours very truly, A.-M.-GHACE, Commissioner of Rubli Wotks. AT. THE .EMPRESS Tcnigbt's progTi'iline is of.the us- al Empress quality, TVlth" "The a two-part Keystone, s the principal feature. In tarried men are each flirting with the tiler's the" result'that iTb'pdy gets jnjieht nto "high politics Is gi.rpn In "The Boss of the with collection f the confidential-man of he boss falling in. Ipyo, through as- iEting a young women. nto'Happiness" is a story of a lover's uarrel, with the young-people'anxious o make up, and scheming to with, the ssiEtance of a little sister of the girl, o accomplish that end lhrousli_sym-- athy. A very interesting batch of irar' and general news is showii by he Mutual'Weekly. This will be.tlie ast oppclctunity .to see Slgnor- -de Bresck In bis" original escape act. The most popular actreBB-In filmdom Mary Pickford, will be nd. Friday, In "Cinderella." AT STARLAND A .big audience' attended .Starlind ast night to Bee the-'prize winning olution of "The, Million llys- ory-" >lt was" all that anyone .could wish for in "the'way ind unravelling of mysteries. A very.fine two-reel subject, entitled. 'The Strange Gas'e pf vas filmed, and proved Pete were at their best In the comedy. 'Slippery' Slim Gets and just iad' the '.people convulsed with lausb.- v The sai'ne ed.'tonight, and tomorrow. nlght.Char- es Chaplin, Who is undoubtedly the WQi'id's greatest motion picture- com- edian, will iuake his'ap'peafance'jn a :wo-reel "A Night Out Tonight nominaUcng he rtaken for the' St'arland Shetland ppuy 'con- gest, in which every, .boy arid girl in ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE OF Q U A L I T Y AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE FARM FESTIVAL Tbe aecond day of the biggeat ind beet festival ever attempted by any theatre in Canada. We will give.away absolutely, free within the next two 'weeks every Live Stock and Fowl of the farm. GRUNDY 4 LAZZO Colored Comedians, Singers and .Big- TlmsrAGt r ALFRED DARBY Ably assisted.by Tommy. Atklni the Verjitile Ventriloquist the clt be able to participate, and doubtless there wfa'be'a big number of as itjs the. op: pbrtunlty of a 'life: time to get :iful pony Kbsollitely'. f f ee. The second day- of the'Orpheum farm festival: .-wtiilie in'.full .-swing this evening. .give away ab- e. solutely "free .two weeks every livestock and fowl on tne farni; lucky- prize1 will -iiave the clioice-of-a ponj cr f 20.00 In. gojlti." Come and see. how lueky Qrundy and Lasio, the qleyer; team of colored .the audi- ence inia-spntinual roar of liulhter ith -thelrTclevM TinonoloiiMS, Cllcay numbers are equally good. CANADIAN EXPEDITION Jloui (south ern. party of the Canadjiiii Arctic peditlon accofdliiis-tp oVIelter here yesterdajr, Anderson1 from hersnuBbiiiid.iDr. olph'M. of the ;party.. liters wrltr: ten from: Hirtc'hellWjad.'i Bcpteidber -THE MAN WHO CAME BACK "A three part feature ;of'exeep- tional' merit. A stgry of- the South African Gold. Fields. DR. JEYKLL AND MR. HYDE A screaming comedy on new and original. llneB. THE ROMANCE, COYOTE _ mix A'comedy of .unuBual. merit from the studios of-the Mlltar 101 -Ranch. THE .ORPHEUM-CONCERT "The Bert' play any number .that :any Ofie of -our.'patrona.careii: Have your favorite musical nunw bers played by an orchestrs'that is second to'none'In .the -wfest. Grundy 4 colored who will be titri it the brphtum PROMOTIONS London, April, iBentley of the. 1Mb, Battalion; Canadian "eon1- tlngentj Is (Hietted a Iteutenant in .the .'Major D. Si Miclnnes. D.S.O., Se- ;j longing to -Hanillton, .Oiit, bin oe'ea irpnioted to wilstaiit tempprarjriraiili ft? i i adlan emilnient, recelTed wllhxlhe.] (Ith'Maiicfiwteji. Ht .s: i be; ;