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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1915 THE LETIiniUPCE DAILY HERALD THREE JOSH CAPABLASCA PLAtS 81 OPPONENTS AT THE ONB TIME AND .LOSMS BUT :KIVIO GAMES WILLIE LEWIS f, KNOCKED OUT Havana, Cnlih, Feb. Young Alieurn ot Brooklyn knocked out Willie Lewis of New Yorli in the second round of tlielv 20-round match here tonight. York, Fell. 13. 1'layniB against, S4 chess opponents at H.I hoards in Ilroolclyii -ycsl-crday. J.nsc R Uapablauca, till) Cuban champion, made a scorn wins 12 drawn ramus and live losses, and thus es- tablished a new American record Ioi simultaneous chMS. Capablanca s feat Bliruasseil the previous recotd held by Kranli J- Warslmll, linilcil f-.talcs rhampion, who plajcil sanies al PittsUure in 1913. Capablanca's performance was ac- complished in nearly seven lioul'5 ol continuous playmir. i Capablanca defeated all of Lhe AT WHINE MULLEN IN NO CONDITiON TO MEET SllEHlir.1'' STEPS IN Wallace, lilaho, Feb. schc- Uulcii 10-ronnd bout between Frank men chess players who were number- ed amoUR his opponents. STAGED AT TORONTO Toronto Ken Only strenuous efforts on the part 01 Referee Marsh and his assistant prevented the N.H. 1 thajnpion welterweight VaM011vel. and Mullen, a' tonight, was slopped by Dcp uty Sheriff Joe Itaincy in the lirst round. Ilarrienu entered the.ring i- tlie pink of condition, and Jlulle shortly aderv.'ard appeared intoxicat- ed, which was not noticed until he -.ittempled to flRht. He was knockei through the ropes 117 Barrieau immediately afterward sent to floor for a count of seven. Referee Charles Wiligrist awardM (ho fight to liarrirau. Depdty Sheriff Goggin seized the gats receipts, amounting to S258, and is holding came. Arena last night from c. developing into a free-for-all light. The n- WAS INJURED ]N LAST RACE JilGHT WORLD'S HECOKD8 London, Feb. Suudav Chron- icle correspondent, writing from near the Herman Irc-nller, says "1 learn that besides Hi': published German naval losses there are eight destroyers and two submarines writ- Icn oil the official lists. Two ol the destroyers were lost in thu channel on September '1. tlnt'C on tlio Den Dank another, the H-inu, in Asi- atic waters. One of the submarines sank nil Wcslendc and our near the Dogger ilank. Two others have been lissing for over three weeks. "The al'nicd auxiliary cruiser Kron- rinzessin Cccilic is also scratched on he official tables. Ths slalrnienl nadc by German blueiackels liter the Heligoland naval lialtle of January 21 that the cruiser d by the local Fod- ........._ Baltimore this after Lll ...i... noon. The bill redman is Ibc picture striking a German nnac in health, and says he will win at Jaltic c.i November IB. H sames for Otto Knabe cnown that tllis vessel had KOHL' season' he bottom, but the manner of itsj Brajer declared that Eddie Collins will .be a serious loss to the Mackmen. "Eddie Collins' loss will be the worst kirn! cf a blow to the I'iag aspir- ations of Connie asserted Hen- der. "Collins IK a wonder, and will make the Chicago 'White Sox have a powerful infield. If I were asked tc (IcliniLcIv ;ONTINUED FROM 1'RONT said the mayor, whereupon -Mr. Smith that it was ohercd without L-hc Mayor- Has Warm Time In replying to Mayor Hnrdle's ad- dress. President Phf.liDB, in sarcastic terms, referred to it as one with the viewpoint of the class to which the Mayor belonged. He ivould like to see him on a Socialist platform, if he :iad the courage to go there, for it would do bis soul good. The Mayor, be continued, belonged to a class which was in a minority, and which, the speaker hoped, would continue to be iu a minority. The miners repre- sented the majority, the brain and brawn of tae nation. The minority, wltb the views, they held, would soon become extinct, and become murnmi- Cled exhibits in our museums. Socialist Speaks While the convention 'was waiting for the credential committee, the ses- sion was Alt Budden on "Reminiscences of the farm life." The subject was dealt with in satiric vein, and the address was interrupted, ac- cording to arrangement, by the arrival of. the credential committee to report progress, although 1n its delivery the speaker entertalned'and interested his audience. Committees Appointed The following were the committees: Committee on officers' Burke, Bellevue; B. Taber; R. Garlett, Corbini M. Logan, Leth- bridge; E. Ainsworth, Fernle. Constitution Johnson, Coleman; H. Beard, ..Michel; .T. C. Smith, Fernie; n. Oakes. Ba.nkb.ead; D Coa'.hurst. Grievance EarwicK, Bellevue; Max Hutter, Georgetown; W Archer Blalrmore; H. Lloyd, Chin- ook ;.F. Allett, Frank. Resolutions G. Har- r.i s Passhurg; M. Warren, Canmore; J. Dudley, Hlllcrest; J. .Morris, Nord- I. A. Price, Carhondale; John pick the star players of the world I would name Collins first and Ty Cobb second." YANKEES COP CURLING MEDAL Ulica, N.Y.. Feb. Gordon ntcrnaticnal culling medal, which has >een held by Canadian curlers for liree years, was recaptured iby curlers ot tho" United States in a match llial ended here last higllt. The filial score was 183 to US. ladies played three games and some ess', 1. A. Price, Carbon ol them found it pretty hard work Loughman, Beaver limes with the broom after their exertions Iteating and' entertaining Medicine Hat hockej-ists Friday night. Miss D. Nlmmoas showed no mercy to her sister, Miss B. Nimmons, beating; her rink so 6adly that the phil- osopher and friend of the male sex who skipped them is liable to lose his job. Mrs. Aird beat Miss L. Bawdoo 7 to 6 and Miss A. Bawden won from Mrs. Seatle, S to 3. Challengers for the Cadillac are coming along, three separate pairs of rinks bsiug lined up to play for this cup. Dr. W. H. Marrs and Scott get first crack at Hoy-David- son and Charley Carberry on Wednes- day night. Cieo. Staccy and S. J. Shepherd challenge the winners of that game [or Friday night. GAMES FOR "TONIGHT. L. W. Clark vs. K. D. Johnson. Summit Trophy Pagnuello Trophy C. E. Carterry vs. Jas. Aird. Jack'Wales vs. John Bruce. W. J. Nelson vs. Hugh Boyd. DORVAL JOCKEY CLUB DECLARES OFF DERBY WITH PURSE Montreal, Ont., Feb. meeting of the DorvttI -Park Jockey club yester- day decided to declare off the Interna- tiona! Derby, with a purne of which 'was adopted last year ai the an- nual feature of the Dorval spring, meet- ing. The reason Is scarcity of entries. The time for entering was extended beyond the original date, but produced an unsatisfactory list, it. IB'Bald. iLast year's entry list was satisfact- ory but oulv five horses went to- the post. cism. Press Grimm, J Larsen. .While it was arranged that officers of the district should not he on the committees, the rule was waived for the press committee under the special jireunratances. The first-named on :ach committee is the convenor. On the motion of J. Burke, it .was resolved that the resolution to elect members of the scale committee from the floor of the house be tabled. The convention adjourned, to open for business tomorrow morning at 9 This was also a cause for crltl- BOSTON BILL JAMES SHOWS SKINS OF JOINING Boston, Mass.. ,Feb. James, ono of the men who pitched the Boston Nationals to a world'a championship last fall, wrote to a friend here today that he was nego- tiating for an increase In salary. Hli three-year contract algned last July when' the Braves .were atni lav In the league standing, calls for a year, U U understood that the big Calltor- nlan wand In the letter James laid: "It li my present Intention not to rsporl thle season unless my rie- Diandi are granted." President Gaffney. according to Sec- retary Nlckerion, has Jqld James, that; he ornotblni. Faces as Fair as A Summer's Day Are Possible If Stuarl'd Calcium Waf- ers Are Used for a Short Time. After Each Meal. Many people Irave foeen heard to say that they used creams'and lotions for years without effect, yet after five or six days of Stuart's Calcium Wafers their complexions wrc perfectly clear. o'clock. The Delegate John Johnson, Coleman; J. Morris, R. Cc-rhin; Wm. Archer, Blairmore; J. A- Price, Car- bondale; B. Nugent, Taber; R. Oakes, Bant head; M. Warren, Canmore; J. Dudley Hlllcrest; J. Loughran, Beav- er Minos- M. Logan, Lethbridge; T. G Harries, Jassburg; H. Lloyd, Chin- ook Mines; F. A'llett, Frank; D. Mc- Nab Coalhurst; J. Barwick, Bellevne; J Burke Bellevue; B. Ainsworth, Fernie; J. E Smith, Fernie; H. Mar- tin, Fernie; H. Beard, Michel; Mas Hutter; Georgetown. _ L.. president; Wm. Graham, vice-president; A. J. Carter, secretary-treasurer; D. Rees, International) board 'member; Frank Wheatley, Harry Martin. W. Hnysom and J. Larsen, board members. BURNS BEAT SIMONS New'Orleans, La., Feb. Burns of Jersey City'was given a de- cision over Arthur Simons o! New Or- leans at the end of a Ground bantam- weight TJout here last night. "1 Got Rid of Elackheadl In a Jiffy by Using Stuart'. Calcium Wafers." It's easy to understand why. Creams and lotions only get at the surface while Stuart's Calcium Wafers go right into the blood and instead of a sluggish deposit in the. skin tie. Im purities that cause ekin diseases are destroyed in the perspiration that is exhaled through the nprcs in the form of invisible vapor. You'll never have a good, completion without pure blooii but you positively will have a fine beauttf'Jl completion if you use Stu art's Calcium. "Wafers. They contain no poisonous drug o any perfectly harmless am can taken with absolute freedom and they work almost like magic. Cal cium Sulphide, their principal Ingredi ent, is .the greatest blood-cleanser science. No matter how ibad your skin mas be, Stuart's Calcium Wafers wll quickly work wonders with it. It's goodby to (blackheads, pimples, bolls, rash, eczema and-- a dirty "filled up" complexion.. You can get o. hoi ot Stuart's Calcium Wafers at any drug store at 50 cents a box, and ypi w'ill be positively delighted with thel wonderful effect. A. small sample package mailed free by addressing F A. Stuart Co., 175 Stuart Bldg., Afar shall, Advt. DUMA SESSIpN ENDS Petrograd, Feb. session cf the Duma has been suspended by Im- perla'i ukase .until the- middle of -De- cember or later. ofteo weaken) eren a stroaj conititntion M in nervodj syraptonK, laa- gsar and repeated colds. SCOTT'S EMULSION ia helping thousands every dali Its rare oil-food enriches ttio blood, aide the is a tonic free from harmfnl d J Always Rely on Matin's Forest and of all and gennicidal in its qualities, Hamlln'eWiinrd Oil has been a favorite with doctor! and nurses for over 60 years. Its high quality ingrediento have wonderftl ticiOlnB power. Innldililt far rhtiQnia- Bra. fealdt, lUK.jolnT.. haduhc. lnttrn.rp.lpi All drunicti. Fanwwf HAMLINS WIZARD OIL CO., TORONTO Tonight "The Wrath OK, THE DESTRUCTION- OF SAKUKA- JTMA. IN SIX PARTS A stupendous and gorgeous specific. The volcano of Saluna-Jinia iu crumbling; llceing for their lives. The (yphoon at de- stroyed by lire and water. This Fenture was acclaimed a Masterpiece by all the New York Critics during its Reeord-Bj-eaklng Engagement nt the Strand Theatre. D3NT MISS THIS SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION AT STARLAND TONIGHT K- 5.1 MYSTERY OF THE PERPETUAL GLARE" THRILLS! The Mystery of the Twenty Million Dollars Us proving the Most Swonderful serial ever is much bet- ler than Dollar Mystery, and is First in Stars, First in Beautiful Setting and First In Photography. "Florence Muriel Ostriche and Mlgnon Anderson have been added to the already large list of Motion Picture Stars In the cast of ZUDOR-A. KEYSTONE Greatest Laugh Producers in the World, and The Mutual War News. MR. R. W. SCOTT WILL SING "SWEET GENEVIEVE" The Empress Programme ie always First in'the Minds of the Public.--We follow. Majestic Theatre TONIGHT AT AND TOMORROW NIGHT "ARE YOU A Under the Auspices of-The' Daughters of the Empire. All Local Talent, Prices: 75c, oOc, 2oc SEATS NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. THE PEOPLE'S PLAY HOUSE GET THE ORFHEUM HABIT W. -H. DOUCET rStar Comedian in and Parodies.oc the Latest Song Hits. Randolp. Churchill Scotty Johmpn 1 The Orphcum Dane- Baritone Singer.ot Ballads. Newsboy Tenor in .fiagtline Songs. Ing Girl Preniisre DanseuaM "THE FACE CIS THE BAR ROOM FLOOR" Another Keystone Scream with CImrtes Chaplin. Trapped by a Foreot Fire; a thrilling and .caring "adventure in i.Ioreat lire. guiie'S New Shoes A .Beauty. with a laugh in ev- ,ery line. The End of tho Galley; a two part Broncho feature that cannot fail to please THE BIG "P1 THEATRE Evening Adulti. Children n PRICED LAYHOJSE Matineer Adults.....-10c Children-----tc LIKES. RACJNG, INVENTS CAR, WILL DRIVE It HIMSELF .IN NEXT SaO-MILE EVENT for the next Indianapolis 600-mile race now total ten an unelpected entry'having been received frcm W. W. Brown, a Kan oas City sportsman, who'will drive a car of Wa own design. Experts who have examined. .Bro'wn's .machino nro-> uounce it an extremely high uabs pro- duct, being fashioned Biter tho latest foreign models Brown, though without aationi! putation, Is considered quite aoma driver in his own- having' won several conteste in- eluding the n ft Collins tronhy con- test at Kansas City, in which tut ally finished a mile ahead, ;