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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1914 CURLERS HAVING EXCELLENT SEASON-CUP CONTEST NOW HOLDS CENTRE OF STAGE-ARRANGING BIG CHARITY BONSPIEL New York, Dec. .t. Shugrue of Jersey OMry, out- fought Charlie White o! Chi- cage, in a ten round bout at Madison Square Garden to- night. Shugrue had the .j. of seven rounds. X I 4. more "Blowing have banded in Played Won Lost I rUlll Uliv i.v ti j' have already been played and the present standing of the competition is as follows Skip Struthers Stewart 'McDonald, A. B. McGladdery Callie, J......... Murray, T. A. liaird Young Maclean McKae......... Kev. J. White Grey, M. G. 4 3 3 2 3- been Canada No. 3-A. :B. McDonald. Canada No. '4-0. McGladdery. England No. A. Young. England No. 2-F. Morns Scotland No. 1-M. C, Maclean. Scotland No. 2-J. N. Calhe. Scotland No. J. Baird. Ireland No. R. G. Mathews. Ireland No. 2-ReVi J. White. Ontario No. P. McHae. Ontario No. 2-J. A. Strutters. W. C. Briggs. Maritime T. A. Murray Gwrium-n. N. Leyden. W. Shanks. W. Stewart, CHARITY BONSPIEL A charity bonspid has also _._ arranged, which will on the International principal, and is mcet- inc with kreat support from ths town ,1 sutuim nineteen rinks tart, al- P-bab.y and is glimes will start on'New ISil a rink.' and at least tl morning, and it is hoped that will come Irom the. town. BROAD INVITATION, second team from THE; DA-ILY HERALD TONIGHT THE LAST TONIGHT CURLEY MAKES PREPARATIONS FOR GO IN MEXICO-JOHn- 4 SON AT BUENOS AYRE8 MILLION MYSTERY FINISH OF THE MYSTERY StaMishcTa line ol we- L d D 23 _.sir Gilbert Par- tion of Germany as the South was dit aty the First National bank and tcday aftoOie civil war in the United made Willarii Dght. letter'which he has received from Sir is tto CTa to which we must rnrlev -mnounced that he would Wilfrid Laurier, in which he says that aU )ook forward to. I am surprised erect abiB arena lor the fight, as bo sentiment in the United at my own ideas but this is a con- iub _. stronger for the allies test, between civilization and eruuii a U'H tucim is afraid that Mexican bull ringsi arc IOC EMPRESS THEATRE BEAUTIFUL ISc TONIGHT THEIR LIVES BY A THREAD fe you ha. .unimarUed in (amlllar ,utll the Ameri, from a statesman who .has Mt tht iay m which the ciated all his lno with work, by coming through Mexico by some east coast port and that he has as- can papers 1JUii tit m iurances that he will not be molest- Bemng poil in particular is hand- peace. Ji in his promoting the fight, game Gcnnan proles- the parer contii across the Rio Brando. sorss 1S masteriul How could it be satisfied that this is a vwr otherwise It is sirnplj absurd, if gression for several causes not absolutely insane, in view oi the first place Canada, like the oTlufc Kaiser "ami the'corman proles- of aggression in that it kn tho progress that has, been made JOHNSON I. BUENOS AVKES d -.of of tbe allies. Let struggle we stand Jor SKATING GOOD ICE AT The People's Rink OPEN AIR Skating Afternoon and Evening HOCKEY New Year's Day P.M. ONLY TABER VS. LETHBRIDGE and republic for some time and r series ft exhibition ans to bouts vMory but complete cshaus- raU.ed to our standard. us chin music-the women There were in the neignbornooa 01 movement wouW bo a dead twenty ladies present at the Johnson, who left the Union States e women of the world.wwld and this is adjudged as an elo-mcnt i on accolmt o( slave trouble, is vote they are alter without Indication of the enthusiasm the fair tired of Paris, where he haa Their CtS----tl1'1 SBY ll; tnkine in the Eame. it Will DC tnr vparR artfl IS US to Dne u.i.u uu ut alter without Indication of the enthusiasm the fair tired of Paris, where he la would be n sut- sex is taking m the game. It will for two years, and is ui faforing oac of the principal of the sideplay t them wT be baSot gammon to enlist many more; lad-, as he he is It lust took about'half an hour loi _. seriously thinking of making Buenos the of ttiis city to form a After the meeting the: ladies went felmmmi nome. hir sex of tills city to form a Alter cne meewnB wio timps that lonK for the men to have D. Johnson and Jas. Ami. times long iot iu ___ a nleasant time i accomplished the same amount of work as tbe ladies put over. They formed a thorough organization, too A president, 1st vice-president, 2nd viceVesident, secretary-treasurer, ex- nun p A a pleasant time was had. It has been not unusual to see a goodly number of ladies curling in afternoon at the rmk. This satisiaotory altogether. The seriously unnnus ui twm A} res his permanent home. BRAVES NEW PARK TO BE LARGEST YET not omnittee and patronesses ies wanted .to curl when the .men ourl- 'Aird, Mrs Downer. Seatle. 1st J. Stew- art. TAB6R LETHBRIDOE BASKETBALL AT "Y" NEW YEAR'S advised to organize and thus we have the Ladies' Branch o( the Leithblidft Curling association. DIES Pneumonia Takea Leonard E. Ware New York Broker The Taber senior basketball team wRl plftj a. return game with the Knox boys In the Y. M.C.A., New Year's after- noon 'mmediately after the game between the Taber girls and the Knox girls, which starts at 3.30 sharp. tne BpeiJiau" plete In detail and strongly, character- istic of the west, are those laid around the "Master Key'' mine and the littli. village below. Not satisfied with limply showing a shaft and dump car, the director, Bob Leonard, en courage! by the expressed willingness ot the Universal to (spend any am ount of money to have the seria. drama iar superior to anything done .before, has Sad constructed a thriv- ing mining camp There are a halt- dozen or more shafts sunk into the which consisted of aide ot the mountain at various rill to Permit Brigade and h however, never got used for beaming the tunnel., anu fir5? JiJtfiS SUf who dSovTihem by shells Boston, Dec. new grounds ol the Boston Nationals in Allston will be the largest m the country in size and seating capacity, and will cost more than' any baseball P'int constructed, President James E. ItrUucll a ocot ai Brigade w 1 defence of th tiiuu u' hich took part m shacks for the miner, seiport a brother of Alex, and of Sir John was very destructive, and Mr. Prim- rose .tales that he saw a ONLY ONE GIANT LEF1 New York, NT., Dec. New Yorlt National league club today re- ceived tbe signed contract of Arthur rromme, one of the club's veteran pitcher. The only Giant regular now'unsigned Is Larry McLean, catch- f i Delicious Appetizing With the flavor and aroma of the choicest hop's and with the blending of the hops with the best selected barley malt, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of the most enticing bever- ages that the skill of man can produce. people drink It for its appeal- ini flavor, for the refreshment that it affords, and tcr tho health that it gives: for Al- Pride Beer beneficial m a variety of aliments. Any good doctor will tell you that. Lethbrldae is a pleaaias beverage. It Is a good appetiser and it Is fine for the digestion. Try a caso at it at home. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE 554 X Elizabeth, N.J., Dec. I B. Ware, New York broker and form- Iier tennis champion, died of pneu- t.' mania, at his home today after an 111- 1 ness lasting less than a week. A Winle an undergraduate at Harvard A In 1898, Mr Ware won tte national X ooi 1W championship G. P. X Sheldon, jr., the intercollegiate don. X.bles championship with M. D. Whit- man, and the intercollegiate singles cbampionsbip He had been one of the intercollegiate doubles champion for two years before that date, and one of the national doubles cham- Iiions in 1897. Hs was born in Eoibury, Mass, in 1876. A widow and three children survive hirn- ANOTHER VICTORY FOR SMITH New York, Dec. Smith of California so far outclassed Chick 6arsey of Philadelphia, that the re- feree stopped the contest In the third round, last night. The weights were: Smith 186, Carsey 1S3. Willie Beecher, a local lightweight, knocked out Tim OWIH of Holyoke, Mass, in one round.' Both were scheduled ten-round matchei. New Vork, N.Y., Dec. olf took -a Mg jump into the fore- round liere today, following a coa- est held on the roof of the Aster Hotel. High over the city, on the lass-enclosed roof, a representative mdy of society people watched 15 contestants in a gold medal play for orm. James Maiden of Nassau, L.I., won tie playoff, after Jour contest- nta had tied for first. .LLAN SCHABFBR TO MANAGE ANGELS Chicsgo, HI, Dec. Schaeter, who recently -was released by the Washington cUib of the Amen- oan league, has been offered the man agement of the Los Angolas club of the Pacific Coast league, It was an nounced today. Schaefer also said that he was con siderlng ail offer to join the we" York Nationals as coach. U.S. COLLEGE CHESS New York, N.Y., Dec. bia university defeated Yale, 4 game to nil, in .the oneniag rounds of the annual intercollegiate chess tourna ment herfe today, while Harvard match, against. Princeton resulted in a victory for the crimson, to 154- Columbia's clean' sweep came as surprise, inasmuch 86 Yale won, tni year.' The seeon roound will be played tomorrow when Columbia jvill play, frinceto Mid Harvard will oppose Yale. 'PETERBORO' TEAM' peterboro, Dec last night, leaving tho Bowmanvll! intermediates, 'by 10 to S. defeateu the visitors .1 T rtf her of noticed a couple of Jeppelins circ i'his upnnncH to the Stir- which says impression with the spec- num tator that ne has witneeted the work. re the fisbting among sailors, the fire and wreck ,'ollowine also demana -mention before passing. They are eaualled, in their perfection, only by other pictures done with TJniversal SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) Skate tie Old Tear out and the Nesr in BAND 9 TO 12.15 THURSDAY -P NIGHT Band Friday Afternoon AdmlMlon Friday: Adults 25c Children Afternoon and Evening. SPECTATORS FREE. plans by the board -other the thoroughnegs. with money, ._ _ ----1 i-i---1 onMtory grandstand, so construct- and others bomb-prooi. rar i-iimtote pontoon onage wiiii uyuaiuiw. with the four doctors attached possession. He was, however, at once I rtnalt with, and SO Was EXTRA SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S The Empress management (have se- another spy wio was caught. During the whole time ,ne was cured the celebrated Warner feature witnessed feature company. me aauvu uj. though he piay takes Its watchers to New York, LAY GOLF ON Ifteen Contestants Take Part .Event In New York CUP TEAM BEAT JAW Reoina by 7 le 4 en Maple of Race Jloose Jaw, Bask., Dec. gina 7, Leafs 4, was the score onight In the provincial Hockey match here. The score 8-0 for Redna at half-time.. With ten min- ute, to to the local boys put in three n a row, an. prevented a rout. Incidentally, the mateh-practically puts the Maple Leafs out of the Al- an CUB SaakateJii Team Lett Saskatoon, keenly-contested game, which opened northern nlTi.loo ef the Saekat- inewan Amateur Hockey league, Hum- oldt defeated Saskatoon, 6r-2, Hursboldt LONGER AMATEUR Skating Champion Admlta He ciived Money from Sport Chicago, 111, Me- Uan, international skating cham- nltn. holder ot all amateur records froi MO yard. W to two miles, con- ceded tonight he wa. no longer entitl- ed to an amateur standing. McLean admitted he received a week and other perquisites for enhibitlon skat- ing on artificial Ice Chicago I Your Health Question BEEPING matter of keep- ing every orgaa utivn. Uvers that down atoroacri'ttbat falter need thii tonic the shelling of the city, did not see the gunners. After having a good n' Oitenrt, 'the Naval force Sunday and proceeded gunners. to. the mines of Nevada, ana 19 ivieii- i good night's rest at ico. It is one of the -plays fal embarked on eTer written- or produced dealing ,Y. r- to told in a MASTER COMB SAGE TEA INTO GRAY HAIK Ladie.! Try Mini Darken, beauti- fully and nobody can back its gloss and Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxur- iant; remove every bit of dandruff. stop scalp itching and falling hair. Mixing the sage and Sulphur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easter.way to get the ready-to-uso tonic, eosting'aooul. 50 cents a large bottle, at drug stores, known as Wy; eth's Sage and' Sulphur thus avoiding a lot of muss While wispy, gray, faded hllr is not BinM, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and ness. By darkening your hair Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it does it so naturally, evenlv You just dampen a soft brush with it'and draw through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; iby morning hairs have disappeared. After mag other application or two -your .-half become? beautifully dark, glossy, soft 000 JOINS HIS -Jame. Brown left England with his regiment in August Bis terrier dog became very restless, 'gtierrahs are prei On September 27, he disappeared programme from his home In Hammersmith, and songs mei0a Mn..-Brown enlisted the police force In an effort to find him, but without successr Nothing" was heard of the dog then unui sae received a letter rom her husband before Ypres this popular star a wonderful scope i dlsHav her wonderful acting. I -A Hearst-SeUg Weekly, comedies vin also be' shown, and the are preparing a special mus- jrainme 'of old plantation igs Limltea. rom her usan eore nt a man brought him the pet from the trenches. How the animal got across the Channel is a mystery. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills enaetly meet the neiiil which so often cdKine Tele VITA TABLETS timt Tgnle SOLO BY J. O. HWINBOTHAM CO, LIMITED. "MILLION DOLLAR- MV8TERY" FINISHES AT STARLAND For two daye only commencing to- exaeciy races vnc .rises in every family for a mcdKine rtopenupandiegulate the bowels. Not only are they effective In all caies of Constipation, but thty.help in broking up a Cold or U Grippe ky cleaning out the system. andpuriiying the blood. way they relieve or cure Bi'ieusifcss, Sick Headache., Rfceam. attira and ether common ailments. In the fullest tense the Dr. Indian Root an n ror iwo aaya vuty night the public of Lethbridge 'will. I have their only opportunity of wit- I nesslne the last two of Million Dollar Mystery." This thrill-1 'ft episode show, the round-up of all, the conspirators, with the exception of Countess ,Olga, -who etcapes Jus-, does she really get oft scot free? ?ee the tonight. FIDS AFTER MARANVILLE The Oilmore orgaolutlod now has designs upon Rabbit! MaranvBle of the champion BraveH.f.The star short- stop oi tie Hub team, Is to have received the very flattering offer of a year for, three years, the money to M placed in.tlS bank when the .lined.' -So far hH la Good Dealers Gladly Sell You BLACE WHITE ;