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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE D A 11- Y H E U A L D PAGE THREE Working Girls of Spokane are Learning to Wrestle and Box for a Purpose Spokane, AVasli., Dec., 15. "To nlop mashing, smash the masher, is the war cry of 50 Spukauu girls who aio taking special physical i raining in an evening course con- ducted by Physical Director C. H. Hunt of'thn Lewis and Clark High school, and Jack Carnahau, captain of the High school football team. At the request oi the gills, a course in .self-defence has been organized by Oarnrthan in the High school gymna- sium, and everything known to tho hosing and wrestling sciences, as well as practical "svrprd" work with the umbrella and jiu jitsii tactics, will be taught tho girls, several of j weigh above the 15U-pouml mark. "The fiirlB states Mr. Hunt, "that both men and women police have, failed to stop mashers from forcing attentions on VOUIIR women, chiefly because the I masher makes no advances until he finds the girl atone. They believe that a couple .of short hookti to Hit; jaw, a jab from a skilfully liandM um- brella, or a forced back Hip hard pavement will do much more TURKEY SHOOT A real old-fashioned turkey shoot.will be hold on George BrouKhuin'w. the S. S. Dim.- miles southeast of the city, on Thursday, Oe- eember 17. Anyone interested is Invit- fid to attend. A free lunch-will lie served at 4 o'clock, and free transportation will he mipplted. rho sleighs to leave Uie Aloxan- dra hotel ut I o'clock sharp. Members of Curling'Club are Urged to Push Charily Bonspiel FOOTBALL AS USUAL treat in- asses of Association football is a islituUon in the life of tliw the English and Scottish people. I he in played from October to Kustcr. The length of the bix mouths 'season ailonlt; ample timu lor mil- lions to follow the. name with Keen- est interest. Association football y-rouses in England anil Scotland ?v enthusiasm that is not surpassed by the enthusi- asm of baseball lovers in the United .States. The Knglish- nica and Scotchmen for football does not exliiiguirtli their affection (or fair play. Hngltsh and Scottish ciowcis sewn to love tin- game f--v A conah ie really of our beat irltndo. H W.irnrt us that is inflam- iiiutlon or obstruction in a dangerous place. Therefore, when you u bud coiii'li don't proceed to yonr.ielf with a lot of drutra that im-rcly tlio cpiiKh temporarily (Iwtdeuinu the tiiroat Trtat tile tho inllanicd membranes. Hero in a home- made remedy that (rote ut the cansu and willjnuKt! an vanish more than von sibl Put thought pos- ounces of f'iis.-x (.10 rents 'its own sake. A home player who bottlo with plain fouls a visitor is sometimes hooted by the home crowd. A Canadian may come, away from the sight of an Association football match in Knghunl, evt-u dtirinj; worth) in .a Hl-ounee UtUc and fill thy Tins Kiven you Iti pleasant and elTpctivc tmul, at a cost of only rcntK. Xo bothe to prepure. Full directions with Piuox. It healn the inflaim'fl inrinhraiieB so syrup. tliu 'most dy vim ever time, absolutely unconvinced (jt does gently mid" promptly Also I wonder how or What Is a piker? A piker is one that halkts at the barrier and falls to tako the jump: turns back; turns tail; ,A piker is one who starts something and does not try-to; or a piker In one who falls to start soine- Uilng In which he should have been u leading light. The Lethbridge Curling dub to W ing a charity bonajiiel-herp imj? that such'contests should liu abc-1-j tieht cniigli stops formation of ishcd until the return of Mid- die-aged and even old men talk foot-j p. coupi. ball by day and dream lootball by of JxtrlS ?i I night. 'Die crowds arc admirable in u'nd is 'famous tlie world over their courtesy of temper and aplen- for its'uealinK effect on tbe membranes did in their respect for fair plav. TO avoid disappointment, ask your The players arc free from the tend- jdnijrRiHt for mmcea of and cncy to do anything to win. Thai j don't accent ?nythiiiu' i-lse. A guarantee tendency is the cut's? of this The Pinw Co., Toronto, Ont. I Association football would be led as usual throughout the war the question of its continuance were! put to a vote of the soldiers and j sailors on active service. Toe -sol-' Idlers' letters from the trenches A WORTHY PROGRAMME FOR WORTHY PEOPLE Tim Empress for tonight Is showing a programme cf worth, varied In its thcmoH, different and bolter than anything hUhurtn shown. IK your chance in soft tlui only tiim; Lucille Lovt; Is romplulc-'iy subjected by the mind 01 Unibowiuc.'. This in- Kliillmeut shows her imprisonment in .Mexico; her sudden, unexpected ami thrlllinK escape from her captur; the advent of tlm njysUTiomi veiled lady plot tins and fightlm; against Lucille, j "The Seventh Prelude." is u dotei'l- Ktcry so out of V.if ordinary that point of this wonderful drnnui I is in profound by Us j fiwti-Insph-ed onlookers, a drama where! right iind infjjbL provall and coiiquor j wrong and a for this world's i the passions of a tlv- mind. T'.vo ccmudifis will ti'iisioii of ihe.sV two dram- atic niasterpiecos. Tlu- Impress eon- corf, orchestra is tin; sweetest uiusk: In tbe province. BOSTON PROUD CITY wants to quit.! abound in appeals like this "If it's not too much trouble ask father to let. me know how the Clapham Oricnis are coming on." RED HOT FUN ON CHRISTMAS DAY AT THE SHERMAN ISvprybody in young and old, short, tall, lean. fat. get ready for a rip-roaring time on Christmas Day at the Sherman Theatre, when the celebrated Columbia .Minstrels will hold the boards v.-ith another of their top notch minstrel shown. Xoth- If you would be thrilled, bewitched, jolted out of every commonplace that was ever do not fail to see the "TREY V HEARTS" at STARLAND TONIGHT Hub Supreme" in Baseball, Football teg funnier has ever been 'written or and produced than "A Menagerie Let tho screaming farcical bur- Boston. .Mass., DBC. of championship don't look ninety, dusty Boston. Tims soldier or -sailor writing bis J The Hub now has floating over her letter home, breathes proud inhabitants banners denoting brelia, or a forced back flip on a The l-eihbridge Curling club in Uold-- pu.ssiblv last letter home, breathes uanners uenuuuB hard pavement will do much more charitv bSn-piel-herp iK6 iWk evidence of an undying thirst for ultimate and un mPjafhable auprem- Ihan moral suasion to make, bh'e -Thursday "arid Friday. Kvery mem- football news 'into a farewell message !acj.nhl, -r-'iPfnl inasher understand that, his presence her of the Curling old to his loved ones. The heroes of the i tJOBtoi" in the vicinity is umlesirahlr. I-is expected to take part in this j .mMiLeBt war in all hisiory pause btmiings. anu 'spiel. In fact, it Is necessary that j Of the hattlcfield- They j uuimeL-________________ lesque, offering. screami hich will In- included In the A company of really clever BOWLING AT Y. M. C. A. HANDICAP SEAT THEM The Dormitory team led the Camp- bell, Wilson Jt Home team last night in both games, but when the handicap of 15 phis was added to tho C., H. totals, the Dorms had to be con- tent 'with" second place, losing out by a, small margin. team was third in both games. The scorns: Xichoteon......... 129'2 .McBlyea 160 130 Battery- Collins.. Dupen........... 142 Heiiimdic......... 1-4 394 GampbelX 4. Smith.....'-..., itil "McTivcna...... 1M Home........... 128 Bowling Tonifcht Maci3onald. Directors and bow] tonight-at 7.15. .108 MUST HAVE KICKED 'EM Ihctiiina World's Record Terre Haute, Ind., Dec. a milch same Rere tonight Riu- pft] rolled a perfect bowling aconv ajid set what .is said to. ba'a reqord ictr gsmei. J-lis scores were 3flO, 279. 858. -He made 34 sfrilces in the framas. every member should take part, in Writc a letter home ere they RO down order to make it a success. If you j inu, Valley or the Shadow of are not in a position .to fikip a.rink, j Dcath. affiliate with one. H is best, as a j js their greiitesi and loudest anx- iety a fear that they may perish the" (teptiis of the valley Nn. The fear that haimis these men of "greatest little army that ever wore booty" iy that when they light their, way through the Valley of the Shadow of Death and come up safely on the far edge oi that valley there will be no news of the Association Too thai I matches at home. And in anguish Of their souls, old countrynien .write thus _ere they in- to action "Dear are Hie Spurs comini; on V I saw un "qllic- t-r reading a puper, uml asked him, and he told me they had tied the Arsenal 1-3. 11. is very hard having to do without news from home." Associalion football lias secured ;i great place in 'tlift Hfo of the British, people and: in the thoughts" oi tho force :LETHBRIDGE RIFLE I CLUB PRACTICE The.Lethbridge ftitle club will hold their regular weekly practice tomor- 'row evening in; the basement of the Central school ut Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'c'ioclv at the Central :scbool is the regular lime for the Rifle club prac- tices throughout the winter, unless no- tice is given to the contrary. TT? J.J member of the club thut you skip rink. Pick your talent ;JB you they do not require to take part in this cents will place anybody in good Btajiding. Line up a riiik....... Two members of each rink must bo green curlers, and do not overlook the rink Is expected to have a lady on ita personiK-3. Curlers of Lethbrirtge, take this ap- peal to BE A PIKER! Every business house in tbe city should he interested in this oharliy bor.Bpiel, and.should represented in it by a rink. Hear in mind that it is an open to body, whether they !mvv curled be- fore or not, or whether they belong or 'have ever belonged to the Curling club or not. It costs 50 "cents a play- er, or ?2.00 a rink. Line be a piker! Here is -u .list pi firms and ih'stitu- KrTfui, Nearly all rheumatism, hcadacliea. Co.. football matches would or thousands of HURTS yT 'ON SALTS Flush the Kidneys at once when Back- achy' or Bladder fohrns uric acid. No. in an or who cats meat 'regularly eau, .niiike a mistake by flusliing the'kidneys occasionally, says wcll-koown 'fiutti'brity. Meat forms urii1 srir! clogs' the kidney pores so they "sluggishly filter or strain only part of and. poisons from tlie blood, then you get sick. comedians will present this one-net comedy rlut. and a barrel of fun is promised- every member of the audi- ence. In addition, there will he an old-time minstrel show "first iii j which wi'il appear the Columbia Male Quartette, and the finest aggregation of comedians, dancers, lightning car- toonists, Eolosists and instrumental- j ists that have ever appeared before the Lethhridgo public. Numerous other features will also be presented, the whole making one of the best the- atrical attractions ever seen here.. To further add to the worthiness of ths attraction a. largo portion of tbe receipts will be donated lo local re- lief work- wi'il 'he on sale at the Frank Hedlfiy Drug Co. on Mon- day morning next, and intending pa- trons arc advised to inako re- servations. Popular prices will pre-j vail, being from 25 cents lo 75 cents j and 50 conts for the special Christmas matinee. The performance wii'i he repeated on Saturday, December 2G. City Harness, Jas. Rose' j-drcds of thousands of middlc-ag-ed Coiirf flouse, Taylor Milling CoV.-E1-! W fiml demoraUxins lison Milling Lumber Co. suhsiitutcs' fou the recreation that is Knov Church, Wesley Church, St.( now provided :ii; tlie footSall grounds. St Cyprian's Scott' Ti not. certain thai; the abolition Fruit Dallas Motel, Hick football would stinm- Co. Studcbakcr- Oacagc. Davidson i onliatments and strengthen. Bri- Metal Co., Shepherd, Dimlop Rice, jtain on or oronio 'iele- A. MacDoriald Kmpirc' Club, i Srani- _______ _________ Chinook Club, Bay Co., Doctors' Rink, Lcthbridge Herald In-, CALGARY'S WARRIOR ATHLETES ternational Harvester Co., Lethbririgcj Iron Works. Football Club Has Contrib: uted Goodly Number to the Cause Calgary, Alia., Dec. 'war has thinned our. the players in the various branches of sport in, this city to a large extent. Calgary has sent to the front baseball, hockey, middle- j football players, ami boys connected EDDIE McGQOJJTY MEET MiKE'GlBBONS Obirago, Dec. 'Kddie McGoorty, PROMOTERS STILL HOPE Ciilforniant Think There U a Chance of Saving Boxing Game New York, auti- boiing statute of California IB to go iato effect.within a few days. Contrary; to'general belief, however, the and boiers haven't be- Kiiu-to cry yot. -They are waiting until the-l3glslature meets in Januftrr, when they 'will take the law into the courts and tinker about to find aome constitutional loophole. Promoters MeCarey and Coffroth, a whole flock of pro- moters of minor prominency are aalrt to have made up a big. purse to have the new law declared unconstitutional. Some Stickers Organized baseball claims the Fed- erals cannot live, but they appear to be hanging on ivith the persistency of poor 'relations. XMAS. TURKEYS GET VOUd XMAS TURKEYS AT Turkey Shoot AT GEORQE IROHMAN'S. ON THE S. .S..DUNHAM FARM, MILES 8. I. OF LETHBRIDCST. Thurs., 17 at 2 p.m. sinnrp Everybody Waleome. Lunch given .by 'Jlr, Rroliraan weight- division, ;md' not Jimmy by, will Mike ftihbons' opponent is Aliiwauliec either-. January I or 4, with other lines of sport. Perhaps the hardest hit, ..however, or any one line of sport is football, before Frank C'utb. This was the decision reached i Dreamland! '.Up-at Victoria, park at the presiut tbere are the ulavert of the Hi'ilburst football club 'wearing the one of the dates mentioned, hut Clah-j now are by is not satisfied with the terms of Rjjj Hanson, Jack Ander r, Fred CarJeton and Wakelyn. The three boys who es ueiore tnc AHQI-CW s UIHIK AS vim- i lo lhe fronl wittl the first con- bons has agreed to..perform for Mul-j -were: Mt'A-ille, Rose and kern.This made thfe contest impossible; provan. 'This is a pretty good shew- at this time. for the Hillhurst club. The Cal- Spprting authorities hsve arc oi the Mies have also sent a few opinion this contest will draw in lhe noiglibbrhood oi and as both I fighters are working, on a -nemmtage j YES, INDEED, ALICE their Income will-he several hundreds j of dollars over the teii t-housand i If Open Betting Ic Permitted Racing mark. T Will interest Many Persons In i statement iptde.uln Gibbons. for the first time "in his career dis-1 remark, to-vit: "If puted the claim made hi is.( t n arc permitted on Ne% regards tne title HL it i frech nre he is the logical log pound lead .dieted tint ra nj. intercbt many cr but he h6 ttill nicpliptitons who hate been luki w irm CUWiA proMded lit brats Midoorti r unti oockiniking aws I his match will de idt who is thei Pdt> od I real middleueight champion oi the1 certamh would There would b6 Morld lhe t'ndiiui las 2y tinies as raan> tashiers bookkeep- igreed to terms lor such a battle be !ors Uld bettme mone-i be- the Dreamland, Club to their under tbe ____________ c ish bethnp; SKATING AT THE LAKE will tht. a all winter j TOMMY BURNS HAS BAD FALL Ex-Champion Severely Injured [n Wyoming Train Cheyenne, Wyp., Dftc. Bnrnsi ex-heavyweight champion pii-s- ilist, was severely Injured today byu- fni'I in H Pullman car near CfiBpnr. Wyo. In th1? darkness Burns stumbled' the comfort and convenience of the [twisting his left'arm and wrenching skitfrs Mi is T frrnipf I hta Bide U is thought faeTjll'bp con and onus tonsidcrable prop j nned to the hospital several ?rea it Phis wis tired thiE mttining mlrcn UK uU agreed to keep a cor tain portion of thfc lakr clearrl of snow for James MacQiicen, .prov'iriert 1 thi latter would keep the pavilion heated, and refreshments on hand for prty fin tint here HP tfirifr dmih ftoirt I il tlic esptCHs rjcsirc to skating was made' available at the lake and has agreed to prnvulc .the nLreb-jirx lie will 'open the pavilion prObablj On 1 ridaj, d bcrvr refreshments And opci it? a clifck j-ooiii, SUTTON BEATS Sfigiimw, Mich., Dec. H.r-GeorKO. Sutton defeated Calvin Demurest, 3lM TO 29S in, t chninplonehlp bllllanl plaj league mntch here "Satur- Avorajjcs nnd high lui S-157, 48; IX-maw liver trouble, nervousness, constipa- tion, sleeplessness, bladder disorders come from sluggish kidneys. Ths.moment a dull-ache in or your back hurts, or if !the urine is cloudy-, offensive, full sediment, irregular of passage or at- tended iby a sensation of scalding, get about four ounces .of -lafl Salts from ally reliable pharmacy and take a tea- Spoonful" hi a glaas. of v' jr before Breakfast for a ffi'iy days and your kidneys will then act tine. This fam- ous salts is made from -the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined littila and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to activity, also rto neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus end-; ing bladder disorders. .tad Salts is inexpensive and cannot; injure; makes 'a delightful efferves-'. cent lithia-water drink which'all regu- lar- meat eaters should take now and to keep the kidneys clean and j the blood pure, thereby avoiding ser-j ious kidney complications. Sold by J. 0. Higinbotham Co., Limited. LOVE-STRICKEN SWAIN KILLS WOMAN 'AND SELF Toronto, Out., Dec. Argles, a roomer, shot kitted Mrs. Edith Macfarliiiui, at 4-8 Crawford street, .and then, shot himself, through the -temple. '.Argles, Jiad .been recently paying Mrs..Macfarlaud; ami tonight forbade her to take her 4-year-old son to a Sunday school en- tertainment. On the woman's insist- ing, he .forced her and her mother into the oi: the house, drew a revolver and shot .Mrs. Macfarland through the bead. Heathen turned the weapon on himself. Tho doctors have no hope'of his recovery. THEATRE BEAUTIFUL 15c Toniglifrf or the Last Time LUCILLE LOVE...................................... 2 REELS This is the Tenth Installment ot this wonderful Girl of 'Mystery. This is the most absorbingly interesting story ever produced. THE SEVENTH PRELUDE........................... 2 REELS Mozart's Masterpiece is used as the theme for this highly, dramatic Detective Story. Two Comedies that are bound to chase the Blues, Also the Best Music in the Province. :OUR KILLED IN SCAFFOLD- ACCIDENT Toronto, Ont., Dec. young laborers were killed yesterday when scaffolding on which they were