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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1915 THE LETHBRJ nr. I! HERALD PACE T11KEE WATCHING FOR til ARTHU" INSTRUCTIONS TROM TON TO ARREST PUGILIST- IOD SLOAN BACK IN UNITED SHIES KETUnNS PROM WAR ZONE AND; WILL ATTEMPT TO RE- j GAIN LOST FORTUNE FOOTBALL ENGLISH CUP MATCHES London, Feb. b.--English cup riv- played tits, second round, rcfiulleii as follows Swansea 0, Newcastle, 2. Hinnhiftliam 3, Brighton n. Alillwjill 2, Uolton 2. Following an: the, results of league sanies played Sutunlav TWICE DAILY-- 3.00 8.30 p. m. FOUR DAYS STARTING the M.; .Jolinson, Ihe UBS'0 ami lo nopiclicna him shonlil hn allsnii'l- to. pis'i MiroiiRli Win UniiKl SUtcs lo Sloan, isliu is now III ytars olil, is whirr, tit- is expeclt.1 to liglil visaing Irieiuls her? preparaiory In Jus IVillani on March a. II.- IVellncsilar, but Ihal Hi." ship oil which lie" is sailing is ovcrdun. The promoters of Hie iiidical- taking ail his resilience al, HuntrUig- itvji, tnfl., 10 I'airii! race luirssK iu an aLUmin lo ttin 1he toriunp. lie lias Kijuamiel'c.l (luring '.he lahl Fmv -vcdl'5- n Sloan, who, us atLracwil aL-j 2. lenlion 2'> i in.racrs LEAGUE MATCHES FIRST DIVISION Olnlsaa :j, Aston Villa 1. Bradford City 1, Sheffield I'nilcdl. fiurnlay 4, llidillrsbroush n F.vertou i, Liverpool 3. Manchester City 1, Blacllhurii 3. ShallieW Ucdncsdav 2, Oldliam a. Wunilcrlanil 1. Manchester United II. West Ilroiuwich Illadlord II. SECOND DIVISION Woolwich Arbstial 2, Leeds City 0. Illackpool 5, Clapton 1. Hrislol ;i, liarnsley I. liury 'A, Leicester Cirinishy I. 1-Iuddcrsfif.hI (I, Olos-SDp Lincoln Slocknort 2. Derby -1, Hull J. Preston North IM i', Nuns forest IJMvS MKK .1 ,vas 'idol Conn's 1enn5 verr. considered exor- bitant and I'hat unless lie agi'ses to a reduction another selection Mas proh ,v HIM iluceif "it COULI and became the C.UIBANZA V, AVIS HIM laraitn Iace 1 If IIVBU El Paso, Tex'., Fell. Car-'at the best Londm clubs anil :n a wains .Jack Johnson glnum as hew ynars ihe (orUne bad as he n'tiDls the presidency of I which he had >voii in Amenta. Jlcjjco. A brother oi Sloan, UaEh Sloaa, al- The "Ik-si, chief" has n'oufitd his so toriner jockey, died recently in a consul htrc Ilia I. neiv orders hair btin Chicago iiospital, and was buriei at issued lo liiE various military com- Converse, Ind. Tod did nol know ol lo watch for .lolmson and his brother's death until his return to arresl- him if he endeavors lo reach I America las I Sloan intends lo hi in.; light: nilh Jess Will-1 get back in the racing ganu- as an ard through a Mesicali pi.ut. I owner. MAJESTIC THEATRE TODAY WITH MATINEE DAILY The World's Most Perfect Woman ANNETTE IN FTUNE'S DAUG ft nuufie FOR IHE m TENNIS or UNITED STATES ASSOCIATION WILL TAKE NO ADVANTAGE OF WAR.STRICKEN RIVALS New A'oil, 1''eti, ,-i nici it-M fssiiP no challenge this year for international Davis cup, winch Stales BL Tcnuis associalion dp.-i.i_ meoung here today, it has liefn afl'fT J.he war. The' unaninioas election of olli vosulied as follows Vretiident, K Wrsnn New vice-president, A. I L. Hoakie.s, secretary, K. f. Torrey, Clia'ton, K. Y.; treas- urer, Richard Stevens, Hofcoken, N. SOUTHKUN fiiliinjhani 3, Purtsruoiilh I Cardiff 1, Exeter It. Norwich 1, Swindon I. West 1-lain United 8, Soiitbend 1. Plymouth I- Queen's Park I. Northampton 2, Bristol 0. Crystal 1'alace 4, Reading t. Sout.hamplon t, Crnydon 0. Sl.'OTTJSH LEAGUE Hearts'-T, Kilmarnook 1. Celtic 2. St. Mirrcn I. Rangers 3. Kalkirk II. Hamilton :i, Hibernian 1. Airdrieoniant, 4, Dumbarton 1. Dundee 1, 2. Raitli 2, Mothei ivell 1. Third Lanark 1, Clyde I. Ayr Unitea1 '2, Queen's Park I. London, Feb. Country ioi ball results Antrim shield, semi-filial and so dangerous- that slid lo Distillery -J, Cliitonville 0. certain extent ellected 3 blockade oi Olentoi'a vs. l.inlielii, ships and neutral ports in vio- grounii mini. jjatioii of international law. i "All these measures have the I vious purpose, through the illegal T T T T TVT iparaivzini; o" kfilimats neutral com-: >rs i II I I I Y! "ot tu strik5 at lhe D- AX JL> A A mnn military si.rcngi.li, but also at, the economic life of Uermany, and: finally, through itarraiioii, doom Ihe. entire population oi (iermany to de-1 struction. 30 WEEKS IN NEW YORK 20 WEEKS IN CHICAGO A STAJKTLIXG IMIA.V'J'AHV OF THE DEEP SEA Niyiits: Matinees: 15c and IDc 20 WEEKS IN BOSTON 20 WEEKS IN Philadelphia Seats Now Being reserved at Frank Hedley Drug Co. The Cellar coniftsl- ai ihe curling rink SaLucday night was put on by j Hugh Scott's rink in Lheii game with L. Clark's Scott's Salielmry, intormoiintain, S3H j ueedej three to tic in the final eiiil r did bcttEi'upiiUing the firtish- delegates choled England, Krance, Oermany and J Q Ausiralia ate eliminated by war frmii City; b! n. Scott southern, j but. T emu's competibion. 'Atlanta, Oa.: I. tt'airlner, As lo ranking, it was decided Chicaffo. winning out by LI 10 10. Carbfrry beat ft. R- UavidsoD "The neutrai X.s hiivc geneially Citizen'sBand Tonight fCE IN PERFECT CONDITION Another of those Caruivuls PKJDAY, FEE. 12tli SEE D. E. MCDONALD'S WIN- DOW FOR PRIZES. Auditorium Kink acquiesced stcjis the i Hritish lilspeciallv they tiie ari have not succeeded in inducing hot debute Thai should rated on their season's play, itrespec- lirc of the championship, and thai, the fiavis -cup matches should he consid- rred in. the. ranking. Of tepocted in tfoasury Llic associatinn, was. cn.ivcd from Davis cup matches. The. association oives Oermany .VEW G-1STS BIO TOURNEY Th-s national laivn bennia nine JIUL am.touui.vi m iiiuui.ii.ii Lli- i ing touch to-Ihe proceedings hv ujjtish government to uestorr Uie! ins [DHL- counrets in rhe house antl; German individuals and property seiz- i od in violation! of internationitU law. n certain directions sls'o they liave j 10 Scotland and Nor- way us an area (it war, so Germany now declares all the waters surround-j ing Great; Britain anif Ireland, includ-, ing the entire channel, as an.' area oi war, and thus will pi'DJCcd I aided measures which .ace irrecuucil-! against the shipping, oi the ed :to the Went Side Tennis club' oi j V 0tT; deiamtca to abic wjth Uie ,jrecripin of Hie sisa, ,iii j for this puupose, heginniuK February tbis ciU. Tte vote stood Jaa-fccNew rai..es in thafc thcyhavlf'-ottviously, undpr fte 1B, it will- endeavor to destroy] York 10 111 for Newport R T rhe ]OCeSomg Barnes uBin in Mie pressllle (lf by es-. evprv eiiemv merchant ship that is vvheic SIB BV.BU las' been h-ld tor! and Summit trophy and n-ansit the tran-, found m tin's area of war, without its! 'sib of ivaros for peaceful purposps to always being possible to avert Germany. f peril thai thus threatens persons Three games were played by ladies 5 James Airrt heat Hugh Boyd deiaultcd to and BIG OF PLEASURE Mabel Normaod In a TAVO Part Keystone Mabel's New Job HOUNDED A Part Rex Di-ania Ben Wilson and Anna Lnilicr THIS IS WITHOUT DOUBT-THE FINEST PROGRAM OFFERED IN THIS CIT.V FOR- SOME .CONSIDERABLE THE CROWDS TO STARLAND TONIGHT has Wanderers won fron Ottawa in deci- Empire billiard hall defeated w. contests were Bi've manner last night, beating tueni Inman hy 9S points, in Lhe coiiclud- wjse easjiy- (feciiied Hiss Pat-- hy a score of 8 to 1. Thrc-JRli i-bair I iap SBssion of their match for the yiet'beat Miss A Bawden 7 to 4 anri week's reslr-np the. winners want Englisli billiard champiofiship of rhe. Miss Aird heal Miss Bawden 7 to _. !he ganie Jrssh, whJle the Ottawas' province. The match wai 1800 points 5 I at, stake arid the neutral powers EJCEDI showed unmistakable signs oi the two I up, play being distributed over three j 110 satisfy themselves with a thcc-Tct- matches against in t-wo daily blocks oi 3flO f U I ical protest Therefore, in fact, they and TdiODloa. The IVauderers had (points. A crowd of enthusiasts LJl3 -L3 1 lie visitors faded a.t almost all stag-[ witnessed the concluding block' of. the' rs, although Ottawa made a gallant I match and wen Treated to the finest j rally in the second period. c.Khibition of tfae English, game ever uL tier i Laval watfarc, their becoming Breat Dr.lam pleads Ibe vital m- tornedocs dinatel TONIGHT'S 64MFS-7 L5 i >cal protsst. Tftereiotc, in lace, incy NEUTRAL -AREA D D Mciabh va 1 PaR accept the vital interests of time it is specifically! S, T as sufficient excuse for wery 1 noted that shipping north oi thej a. is. J. K. mothod of j Shetlano Ulands in the.east area ol] :Germanv inust now lo these! llie worth Ssa, aiid in a strip of atj Summit. Two sheets open for points compe- I vital intarcsts, lu its regret. Uas Hockey association, and race Tor the honors ona of most their points. In fact, they displayed Ellison interesting in the history of llro 53-! such accuiacy (hat it looked j jj w" sociation. {the the ball returned to the dc-! Summit Over people wif-nessed t-hej sjcci positiotj. fearoc i Wnv, Inman is a brother of Mcl- TORONTOS DEFEATED' AttAlN" baarnc [nman, the English cham- Toronto, Feb. 7. Scoring three pion. time? 'during the closing period of) play, the lowly Canadiens NEW INDOOR RELAY RECORD the champion Tctontos by one goal t And placed the cJiampiGnsfcip almost Beaton Runt iSlft Yirrii (n beyond (lie teach of tbe'Jocals Dn Sat-1 3.024-6 upday. rl'he-flnal accffe was 4 to S. I 1'USY. FOR QUEBEC j BQBLCU, Alais.. >ab; A therefore, sees itseli foi'ttil iu iiiil- at in 'ish pro-! The victory over the Senators ere-j witnessed in Edmonton. The feature atcs another tie place in thej of teyi playsrs1 wort their mas-i T fl p AL standing oi the clubs of tbft National I terly control of tlin red j, ball, oft! j0jm vs lack Wales PlUsnni'tary measure's aimed at makes the I-which they coHectftri the.majority oEJ w j j_ p T-lamilton letaliation against the English vs..nr. W. H. INTENT TO "Jwst as l.nsland lias designated j in along The i Netherlands coast is not imiieiilletl.-': i J. S. Smith vs. Gc.o. fitacoy, Sum. Feb. playing i world's indooi-recorrt for a relay race under wraps, :Qnnhec defeated Sham- of 1560 rirds tonishr. bj- rocks here handily Saturday mght, a B as ton Athletic quarr- hy the.- score or 9 to fi, in a game Utle in its Jinnual racft .with the New which -was TBTV slow at times, but became; fast during the later period, PORTLAND TRIMS' VANCOUVER Hockey. Qime Hird Fought Are but Vancouver. B.C., Feb. jiuck c base ir the leaso surprise tonight before the Iti-g crowd Ihe series when they oiit- plaj-ed the Vtncouver letderi through' out, and 'won by a score of 8 gotta to 3. The Americans outplayed ihe ygncou- veni in every perlocl. It was. a hard fought.game, but the were fflrr. Johnion an'ri Seaborn biixed iu the flnnl period, but players separated tUem before any damage TVRS done. MCCARTY OUTFIGHTS WEINERT New York. Tab. Me- Carty of Lewletown. 31ont., outfought Charley Welnert Or New Vork In a 10- vonnd bou! here lonlnbt. vWeinert fbuut of nine In the tbird round froai a. right cross to fhe jew. He .proved the cleverer boaer. but Mc- Carty'a VvpeHoV qualitlea brought, him the victory. 'McCarty weighed iS3 nnd Welnm. 178 pounds. York Athletic club at the invitation I nings, Forest, Ont. track and fluid of the Boston Private Charles Athlatin associatior. The ncir nmrk I lo NTo. 2 genera] Havre, with wag eel at 3 minurfis 24-5 Hacondis. j guushot wound in thigh. Next of kin, which is onp-fffth of a second (alter Swain ,41 Tleminifford wad. Cam- than Hie record rnarie by Harvard last j bridge. England. year. The record -breaking oprnhma- j Previously reported ns.dearl, now i-e- ported as.'tvoiinded dangerously: Prirate W. Thorborn, now ai No. IS stationary hadpllal Boulogne, Fi-jciice, McVEV-LANGFORD IN HAVANA latiUerinff from gunshot wound in head. The Cuban 'government, through Next of kin, William Thbrboi-n, St. President Mario G. has cou-jCuthberia. Edinbui-gh, Scotland. I SENSE ABOUT FOOD j Facts Worth Knowing. j Ii is a sometimes ;TO know just what to eat when''a per- son's is out of order and and most foods cause trouble. Grape-Nuts Food can be taken .at gi any .time wiih the certainty that it will digest. Actual experience of peo; pie is available to anyone interested.. woman writes: "T had suffered tleii-! with Indlffestioji for aboul: four years, IRMPRESQ1 JLiaJ THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC T-OKIGHT The Fourth Episode of the Wonderful "ZUDORA" SERIAL, THE GREATEST STORY OF THE MYSTIC." EVER WRITTEN. was up of Burnfi, Rose, Cald and Hal pin. firmed the concession gianted by the city of Havana, to George Bradt. to hold bpxinp contests in Cuba Ihis'yeir. It WAR immediately announced that the first match would be McVey and Sam Liihgford on Febru- ary 13. They witt tight 25 rbuudfl to a decision, and the 'winnsr will chal- lenge Jack Johnsoh, or the winner of Casualties.in C. E. F. The foIloWiug casualties in the Can- adian expeditionary are also an- nounced: Seriously ill: good until he 'ne Private Bernard lieury. McCreedy. ever Binue an attack of tynliold fever, and at times could eat nothing but the very liglilost food, and tlien sufler so my stomach 1 would wish J never had lu eat anything." "I was urged to try Grape-Nuts and since using- it I do not hare (o alarre myself auy more. .can eat it at. any time and feel nourished and sat- isfied, dyspepsia is of the past, and I aui now strong and well. husband, also had an exper- ience wlUi Grape-Nuts. He. waa very weak and sickly one spring1, aad could not altend to liia work. He was put under the doctor's care but medi- cine -did Jinl seem to do him any an to leave off or- the Jalinson-WJllBrd on March fi. firvt battalion, at No. 1 Canadiaii gen- eral lioapltal, with pneumonia. 'Next' of kin, Mrs; G. H.. 'McCreedy Clabby'i Glove Knftwiidflc InerMltd ottere.tl la teach less-Willard how ift titiould prove p. viAiiAble instructoi1, He learned a loL of neV stuff f mm Mike jibbong laflt'Veck. ar -limtftz j 645 St. Ont. j Private Charles-. -Tarry. 14th batial- Mon, at No. 1 Canadian geneml hoapl- tal. with pneumonia. Near of kin, Madine M. Lap'orle, 1P4A 3t, Laurent street. Montreal "Driver John Henry Splcer, dlviaional ninunltion column, at No. 2 Canadian general hoflpiui. with acute Next Wn.-Sfrt. Clara Splcer, 263 Kichmond street, London, Ont. diunry food and-use Grape-Nuts. It was surprising io Mie change in him. He grow better right off. and naturally he has none but words of .praiae for Grape-Nuts. "Our 'boy thinks lie cannut eat a he his Pepper is our. of O. B.'s1 lawyers; hut they need, it more-on Ihn; (liamoitd in court. meal without Grape-Nuts, and learne so faat at school that teacher comments on It. I am satis- fied that 11 .Is ibecuuse of the great nourishing elements in Gnipe-NutB." Tina mother it rlgiit. Grape-Nula food IB a certain and remarkiible re- builder of body, nen'fls and 'brain. "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letter? A new j one frcm time to time.. They are .genuine, .true; and full of human seen men unable to walk, yet ia en- magistrate argued then, that IL man "The Mystosrj: of the Haunted Hills" Two Reels of real Com- edies; .One. Biograph 'Drama of J.O7e. V. Smith will sing for Tivo Days onJj Hear her Tonight The gunner, called as a witness, tliat he was not drunk, bin merely ex- cited, lie had been told that some of the soldlere had enlisted merely to get ii grubstake for the winter, with the intention uf coniufittiiig some oftenc.o in tbe spring, such as getting drunk, and receiving llicir discharge. The gunner, ia particular, resented this ac: cusailon. very being actuated only by a spirit of patriotism to join the battery, and'so.was very much ex- cited, anyway. The appearance ot :he pickets, and Corporal and ils BubBeciueut arrest, and incarcem- .ion In "a_ civil riled him still further, arid he gave vent to expres- sions that ivere not altoffether iiplfft- ng. The defenca trleiJ lo bring-out that he sunner'lmd been refused drinks in .he bar, and thiit the last glass-ot-beer le lifld takeu, 'wnS 'snatched'of the bar. by him'' and that he had not purchas- ed (t. but It. v CiiUt Stipi'Ltiir Vua'mtamed unqimll- iedlyHhat the gilriner was drunk, lie had been brought iu to the station islhg laiiguage, and "could lot .juv.avliiB own name.''- i, YdiKhave-bcen -a-saldier, iiaven't Neit.Week; MK- R.-w: Scott vyedaesilay and Thisrs- day, "The Man On Box." fcaturiug 3Iax Figmon. aaked Mr. counsel Icr the: .replied-the-chief. IB the clvlllau aud military 'There is no replied-the chief, .'in. fact, a soldier is always given a little more latitude than a civ- ilian.-' Mr..Harris wanted to know nil about the Chiefs.service, tda'rl'Mr.VSIieIton Iiad served, seven '.was a member of tlic Cold- stream "Guiirds, fought through the Soudnu and tho Boer wars, und left the. service with the rank of. sergeant. The magistrate nud Mr. -Harris had ft lively tiff .wheri the lattel- was exam- ining Det.- Knne. The detective "pre- smnen71 that the.gunner had purclms-. cd the last ns he was certain thai if. Ijad net been given to him, and le did not know that It -was-stolen. 2tjr. Harris objected strenuously to any presumption being taken as evi- dence, The courtroom was, crowded iq.fcflp-j Kettle ;