Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, DECEMBER HI, 1914 THE LETFT5RTT1GE DAILY HERALD PAGE THHEB Black Champion to be Met by Mexican General's Bodyguard at Juerez, Where Big Fight Will he Steged-Pancho s Brother in With Curley on Deal El Paso, Texas, Dec. 31.-In Gen- raco track V0t" oral Villa's gambling casino in today that John- DZ, Jack Curley signed an agreement lvas to Juarez from Buc- with Hypolito Villa, mother of the Ayres by way of some oast coast heavyweight championsliip. The con- era tract gives Curley exclusive control guard of of the lighting in Juarez and on the Fancho hirns as ;I: and other fighters at the club motors throughout their sUy m Jlex during the winter, ar.d will attempt lean soil. __________ HOCKEYISTS OF U.S. CITY BE- LIEVE THEY HAVE CHANCE TO LIFT SILVERWARE Duluth, Minn., Dec. has practically been decided that the. Du- luth Curling club hockey team will endeavor this winter to lift the great Allan cup, emblematic of the world's championship in hockey and now held by a Regina team. Until a short time ago directors ol ,the Curling club ice games were of the opinion -that the Duluth team was barred. It has been discovered, how- ever, that the cup is open to any team in the world, under certain con- ditions. The team must belong to a recognized league, and the committee having in charge the awarding of the cup must bo notified that the club is a contestant for the honor. The Winnipegs, the Monarchs and Victorias of Winnipeg, have each CARPET BALL AT MOOSE HALL 2.30 TOMORROW A carpet ball tourney will be held tomorrow afternoon at Moose Hall, commencing at 2.30. Everybody welcome. The teams entered for the v contest are: A.O.F. vs. S.OjB. v Moose vs. Postles. C.O.F. vs. Winners. Hearts of Midlothian Respond to Appeal to Join Colors Reflections havo been cast upon Haglish football clubs right and loll or an alleged lack of due interest in Sngland's part in tho war, especially rom a recruiting standpoint. Most of the criticism has been unjust, no doubt Hero is reprinted an excerpt rrom a London daily which oi.ouid aelp to put football In a better light: "Sir George McCrae and Sir James Leishman, ill the interests of the new 'battalion of the Royal Scots which the former has been authorized to raise and appointed to command, paid a visit to Tyncoastle recently, jy arrangement with the directors and manager of :ho Heart of Mldloth ian Football dub, and had a talk with the staff of players with the most happy results, no fewer than eleven of the Hearts professionals en- listing in the battalion, others are considering the matter. Of the el even players, six have been associat ed with the Scottish league team and five 'with the reserve eleven; the players being: First team-Cunte Briggs, low, Wattle. Oracle and WI1 son- A Frew, Ness, Ellis and Preston. The men were all passed by the doctor and sworn In Low and Grade have been "capped this season by tho Scottish league. "The Tynecastle players have giv en a great lead to professional play ers all over the country, and their ac tion will probably have the effect o inducing other players, both in Scot land and England, to come forward in a body and so remove the reproach that has been almost continually lev- elled at professional football sine: war began." NEW YEAR'S HOCKEY AT PEOPLE'S RINK TOMORROW ANOTHER BIG COMPETITION IS ARRANGED BETWEEN PRE- SIDENT AND VICE-PRE- SIDENT OF LOCAL CLUB Curling will start at the rink to- morrow morning at 10.30. It is an- other President vs. V ice-President competition that is booked, and the w trillthave to foot. tto has never been taken oat of Canada, a couple of tons of Dour, which win SNOWSHOE TITLE RACES Dominion Half-Mile Championship to Be Run Off With Manitoba Events on February 6 at at Winnipeg 'Winnipeg, Man., Dec. pionship snowshos races -will be held here February G. On that day the (Manitoba championships will be com- peted lor as well'as the half-mile Do- minion championship, the association having been awarded that event. Strong contingents of trampers from the Holly, Canoe and Victoria clubs are training for the events. This year the snow is better for the sport than for many years past. To show how good the snow is the Man- itoba Snowshoe association Is arrang- ing a. monster tramp for January 16 and every snowshoer in town is in- vited. 1 be given over to charity. The sides will line up as follows Vice-President's J. Wales President's A. McOulloch Alex Scott Jas. Aird J. Marnoch L. W. Clark L. Davidson H. Scott S J. Shepherd Dr. Stewart Wm. Scott The draws C. Carberry J. S. Smith W. J. Nelson Hugh Bold. E. S. Smith J. F. Hamilton Gen, Stacey K. D. Johnson Dr. W. H. Marrs There will be an intermediate hoc kev match at the People's rink to morrow afternoon, Lethhridge versu Taber, at 2 o'clock. Just how strong the visitors Wl ins up !or the fray has not been as Wtained, but they are likely to hav i team o! piaycrs c-n deck. The local hoys are going to line u as follows Goal, L. Turcotte point, Haycock coverpoint, Smith; rover, Downer centre, Monaghan right wing, Turcotte leit wing, Simpson. The locals have lieen practicing oil gently for this match for the nas week and are hound to give a goo account of themselves. While this is recognized as an i termediate contest, both teams have agreed to play a senior man i r two. The weather at the present lime is just right, but should it soften any more the ice may be spoiled for the game. L. W. Clark Hugh Scott Tom Davidson 10.30 A. H. Hugh Boyd Wm. Scott J F. Hamilton R. S. Smith Dr. W. II. Marrs 1.30 P. M. C. E. mm IN The annual meeting of tho Tlnitod armors of Alberta IB listed for lid- lonton on January 18 to 21, Inciu- Ive. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAG Secretary Woodbridgo has issued wo very complete official circulars and when occasion arises, pusn eallng with' tlho approaching con- a fcw yards forward. A entlon, which promises to bo one i.-r0neli eye witness in a description f great importance. The death of o[ thc battles from December 1C to_ ir. TroBlllus, the president, will 21 MVCS a good idea oi the kind 01 1 V1. .-or.nrilt: Alsace Village Divided oinmlttee Women's Convention The wives -and daughters of the lembers of the U. K. A. will convene i Edmonton at tliu same time, and ue arrangements are being made for hem to have thslr expenses pooled n the same 'way as the male dele- Miss Irma Stocking of Delisle, ibk., secretary of the women's sec- ion of tt-j Saskatchewan Grain Irowers' association, has offered to issist in the organization, and Miss "ranees Beynon of Winnipeg will also ake part. Pooling of Fares For a number of years, both in Al- jerta and Saskatchewan, the pra.c- ice of pooling the railway fares to hese conventions lias been adopted. Successful carrying out of this scheme depends on the various dele- gates doing exactly as they arc told n this matter. For this reason tho nstructlons of the secretary are gn- t, ;n in full, and they apply equally to Ulic.i, wncrc tne men and women delegates. Ihey ire as follows: To enable the re-solution dealing ivith the travelling expenses of the delegates to be carried out, it is ne- cessary that every delegate shall pur- chase a regular single first-class tlc- :et from his nearest home station to measures, for having the breaches ol their rilles clinked with mud they used them as clubs, and in many cas- es fought the Germans ivith their PRINCESS PATS IN FRANCE In one little French village within sound of the guns, Prin- cess Patricia's light infantry, the fust of the Canadian contingent to go to the front, are billed, waiting their turn to go into tho trenches. They were accorded a splendid reception by their com- rades in arms and the French villagers. GERMANS LOST AT BXURA With thc defeat of the Aust-rians in Galicia and South Poland and the retirement oi the Hermans across the lizura Petrocrad bclieics that the turning point "has been reached in the hiltlo of the 'Polish rivers. The chief c. Jte still offensive and have brought m, big guns. ENORMOUS LOSSES The losses in these battles have .reached enormous figures in dead, wounded and prisoners aad must have been largely added to by dis- ease, for the men fought under dread- ful climatic conditions, and m mud, Bob Leonard and Ella HaU IN THE GREATEST OF ALL SERIALS Recognizing the enthusiasm "The Master Key" will create, the Herald will publish the complete story of each episode once a wneK SEE THE FIRST EPISODE AT for which Poland is notorious. ISdmonton, and secure at the same time from the agent a standard cer- tificate. This applies only to dele- gates living on C.P.R. lines. It will be necessary for delegates from the C.N.R. and G.T.P. lines to buy a sin- gle first-class ticket from their home station to the Junction point with the C.P.n, and secure a standard certi- ficate from the local agent, and at the junction point a single first-class tic- CONTiNUErj FROM FRONT PAGE. cet to Edmonton over the C.P.R. line_____ must be purchased, and another Defore standard certificate for this portion of the journey secured. City Gets a Years Big New Gift Jlr. Grace's inventory had some of the depart- 'year were buying supplie These certificates must be secured from outside points when there was "TliTcertificates must be presented j ,__ stores department to the secretary at the convention, I In d.scussmg tteswres i and on being countersigned by him, at the council meet will enable the delegates to that the stores this year (provided 100 delegates are in at- j nan mane aj: ic aef icit w-lth more transacted was 59000. This A pooled railway rate means paid a delegates pay the same fare irrespect- city and last year Ive of the distance they come. Those month rent to tne ciij, auu ive of the distance they come. ose delegates from near at hand pay into it paid noth n also excess sauues a no jo SCHOOL INDOOR BASEBALL LEAGUE The school indoor baseball games came oil this morning as per schedule at the Y.M.C.A. The public schools played oil their final game with the result that Westminster came out on top of Fleetwood, with a score of 15 ti> 10, and leads the series. The second. High school team T'lay- C. E. Carberry JIaSMaArnodch W.' first High Dr. Stewart KD Johnson, nooL 4 P. M. OR 8 P. H. Mr ,u M. fisher will hand (-U the A. McCuIloch J. Wales' S. J. Shepherd QEO. Stacey decisions White Put Up a Whirwind Finish prestige had gone up down a notch or two. and White's The Chicago1 :KU in the stomach. In the fifth, sixth and seventh Joe frequently tige. Both men pounds at 6 side weights White, 130f. r blows to the body, as well weighed m under 133 h king lign6 artd loft to the 1 o'clock, and then ring- At fte tto toun, were bhugrue, 13di h d ft hook far head id he It was clean, fast fight. Shugrue forced the pace nearly all the way, landed a hard left hook far back on the jaw. This was white's host round. SHUGRUE BLOCKS CLEVERLY lorcea tne pace ueariy an uuc while White during thc early rounds, Shugrue Itept up his jabbing tactics was cool and secrainriy confident. He in the ninth and'blocked cleverly, hav- met Shiignie's rushes with snappy ing the best of this session, left hooks and right counters, but lib depended mainly hand. WHITE USES LEFT HOOKS Shugrue shot jab alter jab to the The final round was full of work by both men. White la Yesterday's Results In. the Public school division, West- jfl ?40 turn. m near ai. iiamu yaj iuiu j in insurance that those from far off; excess sa'anM and In may" benefit. As the convention is j which rightly should not be chargeo. never in the same city two success-j against it. ive years, each union benefits in The store more than paid expenses 'last month, and Mr. Grace expects it to pay its own way m 1915 for he has made no provision for a deficit in "'ThT'matter of heating the store was under discussion. The mayor thought that what space was utilized could be heated with gas stoves, thus saving the expense of a fireman and M- Grace started out by telling the commissioners what he had done ward saving this year. "It's not what you have done; its SPECIAL FEATURE THE minster defeated Central by a score In the High school division, No. 2 team defeated No. 1 team by 16 to 11. BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIP AT "Y" TOMORROW MORNING 10.30 The Herald and the Boarding elub will play off for the bowling cham- pionship of the Y.M.C.A. at 10.30. The Boarding club won the championship of the first half of the schedule, which started at the beginning of the white- and the Herald won the sec- ond half of the schedule. Thus post- season series has been precipitated. INDOOR BASEBALL, AT "Y" TOMORROW MORNING -9.30 There will be an indoor baseball match at the Y.M.C.A. tomorrow morning between two business mens teams, starting at 9.30. EMPRESS FOR NEW YEAR'S "Their Lives by a the first Warner feature ever seen ia this city, will be shown at the Empress Friday ana Saturday presenting Martha Hus- sell in the "leading part. A prairie schooner is seen winding its way ov- western states. Suddenly i grave is dug, and he who his last resting s a he schooner goes on. Years pass. In place of the dreary plains, we fmd cities and railroads. We find the won- derful improvements in the mining camps, showing the way the quartz miners live, their work and their Measures. now people reared a lumry, plot to obtain wealth. Af- er they receive their ill-gotten gains thev again move, this time to Mexico. This is one of the most thrilling stories ever told by thb movies. "T.he a t'wo-reei special, fea- turing pretty Alice Joyce, is alone worth the price of admission. It is a story of selfishness, love and sacri- fice, and will surely prove a favorite. Three other reels will also be shown. See this special New Year's program. some swift left hooks 'to the face, and uiu; also had the better of the inn-gHting, iate aim muu; left al which he was not so successful in hooks and short right crosses, one of the previous rounds. He used both which cut Shugrue's nose in the open- hands to advantage, tasmg the hon- ing round. At times they stood toe ore of the. round in hurricane style. VANCOUVER BEAT VICTORIA Victoria, Dec. fast players continued their winning inded 1 streak tonight in the Pacific Coast Hookey series, when they defeated Victoria by a score of 4 goals to 3, In a thrilling o ALBERTANS ARE NAMED FOR IMPORTANT POSTS IN THE AMATEUR UNION 'President Boyd of the C.A.A.A., el- ected to this important post at the recent meeting held In Ottawa, has lost no time In naming the members of the various standing coiEr.Jtl.ees for the ensuing year. Alberta Is re- presented as follows on the various committees: Championship committee: Prof. W. M. Edwards, Edmonton. Registration committee: Robt. Pear- son, Calgary. Records committee: Edmonton. L. J. Chown, UIHUIM.V.U. Boxing wrestling rules commit- o: Hector Lang, Medicine Hat. -SKATING AT THE LAKE Three acres of ice have been clear- ed for the- benefit of skaters at Hen- derson Lake. James McQueen is look- ing after things out there, and prom- ises good free skating for New Year's Day. The refreshment booth will be serving light lunches tomorrow, and the skaters can make a pleasant day Of it at the Lake, if they wish. GLEASON IS RELEASED Chicago, III., Dec. Kid Gleason, for three years adviser to James Callahan. former manager of the Chicago Ameiican league baseball team, today was unconditionally re- leased by Clarence Rowland, who re- cently succeeded Cailahan. ens started with The Cham- i and at the end of the first period were leading by 2 goals. Vancouver tied the score in the second period. Both teams tallied in the third period, and overtime was ordered, Mackey scor- ed for Vancouver after 12. minutes' extra play. It was one of the best games played this winter. MONARCHS WON EASILY Winnipeg, Man., Dec. all the skill and confidence that gave them the championship of the Winni- peg league, and; the possession of the Allan Cup for a short time last win- ter, the Monarchs opened the 1914- 15 season here. tonight by disposing of the -Winnipegs-by the score of 10 goals to 4. .The game was all and more than could be expected for an opener, both teams travelling at a lightning clip, but the. champions had the punch, and more than doubled the score on their opponents, more be- cause they had the finish than by hav- ing the best of the play. "-J Then, l Its 11UL JV-LI what are you going to said tho Mayor, "that will interest the peo- P Mr Grace said he realized that, but he wanted them to aaJtrstand and apreciate 'what he had already ac- complished in the way of saving, The commissioners continued to peruse the estimates and will have them completed before the end of day, a record never before equaoll- ed in the history of the city. They are being pared to the limit and when finished will be stereotyped and copies placed in the hands of the members of the citizens' committee. The '.layor thinks the members of this committee are due to obtain a little enlightenment in the of a city, and he does not see where IEMPRES; __ HOME OF VAUDEVILLE I________ TONIGHT Wonderful Mid-Week Programme of Six Reels and Good VaudevIllB SPECIAL NEW YEAR ATTRACTION THEIR LIVES BY A THREAD featuring Martha Russell 3 REELS THE BRAND; featuring Alice Hcaret-Selig Weekly and Two Comedies, making of Wonderful Pictures Special Music by Empress Orchestra, and, The Sherrahs, tho won- derful colored entertainers-all for 10' The Management whin you all A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. Mattlson Wilbur Chase, Lecture by Mattison W, Chase Wesley Church January 6th, 1915 This is the second number of the Lyceum course. Keep this date reserved 'THE MASTER KEY" TO OPEN AT STARLAND FRIDAY John Fleming Wilson, author of "The Master Key." is well known a novelist and writer of thrilling sh- stories that carry conviction. He en- dows all his tales with a realism which is undeniable, for he has had an adventurous life, and has experi- enced nearly all ho narrates. In "The- JIaster Key" Ibis, graphic pen artist has written what he considers his best and most absorbing TvnrK. Ella Hall, who plays the feminine lead, Until Gallon, has endeared her- self to her public as few leading wo- men have ever done. Her blonde love- iiness carries a universal appeal. She entered pictures as a portrayor of girl types, oul under Jlr. Leonard's careful direction, has proven cauauie ui Bay- ing the most difficult roles. Robert Leonard, who directs and p'iays tlio leading role of John Dore ill "The -Master is one of the most gifted of all the Universal play- ers He has reached a remarkably high pinnacle of fame with the rail- lions oi people w.ho enjoy virility in acting. For him the man with the refl bl'Wd in his' veins has a fascina- tion. Mr. has few equals in playing a role pt this kind. EAT LESS MEAT IF BACK HTJRTS Take a glass of Salts to flush Kidneys if Bladder bothers lots of water. Eating meat regularly eventually produces kidney trouble In some form or other says a well-known authority, because'the uric acid in meat excites the kidneys, they become overworked; get sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of distress, particularly Melt- they will be able to cut any further, except in the matter of salaries, and he council is fortified against this with a list of the salaries paid city officials in other cities in the west at he presnt time. deducting the deficit m he city stores, an item of for engineering work in connection with 1911 and 1912 proposed local improve- ments, which were never carried out, ind ?2000 due the C.P.R. on 1912 and 1913 water bills, the council figures hat commission government has sav- ed the city out of over which they have .direct control. tr or sorts ui ,n as ache and misery in the kidnoy region; short rheumatic twinges, severe headaches, acid' stomach, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and urin- iry irritation. The moment your back hurts or kidneys aren't acting right, or if bladder bothers you, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good pharmacy; take a tablespoonful in a 'lass water before breakfast for u few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthia, and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimu- late them to normal activity; also to neutralize the acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending Mad- der disorders. Jad Salts cannot injure anyone; makes a delightful efferveucont llthia- water drink which millions of men and women take no'w and then to keep the "kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding serious kidney disease. Sold by J. D. Higinbotham Limited. BOSTON BEAT TORONTO Montreal, Que.', .Dee. last night defeated the Toronto uni- versity seven by 4 goals to 1. The Canadians did not score until within ;en seconds of the close of play. SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK (Covered) Skate the Old Year put and tha New Year BAND 9 TO 12.15 THURSDAY NIGHT Band Friday Afternoon .Admission Friday: Adults 25c Children Afternoon and Evening. SPECTATORS FREE. SKATING! GOOD ICE AT THE PEOPLE'S RINK OPEN AIR Band 9 to 12.30 Tonight Skate the Old Year out and the New Year In. 25c; CHILDREN 16c. HOCKEY .NEW YEAR'S P.M. ONLY Taber vs. Lethbridge.