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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE L E T H K It 11) fi E DAILY II E ft A L D FRIDAY, FERHUAnV 19, ]915 BAYLEY CHAMPION AGAIN _____ Vancouver, v .lor; Hiiyle-y, former MglmvulKhl. champion ui Canaan. rt'KaineU title ugiiiu luiiltfhl at PniB- Hums in a liU-round bout. Diiyjcy oulfuuh'lit his op- ponoiii all ihc way through. GREAT TWIRLER CONFERS WITH OFFICIALS OF KEES WANT BAKER OLD COUNTRY DOG DERBY RUN AT ALTCAR CLUS FLATS Uvetnuol, Feb. Thomas TJe war's "Winning Number'1 today won Lhe Waterloo Cup, the Derby lor KruyhuumlN, defeating M. G. Hale'n "Happy Challenge" in the final round, llotli the dogs in tue friuil were rank outsiders. Tlie betting before the first courses were run being 1000 ly fid afe- nlnst each Iiouud. Tbe counting look place over the flats of the AUcar Tho winning owner receives tlie Wat- erloo Cup, valued at given by tlie Karl of Sefton, and a purse of FOOTBALL WITH PLAYER LIVES HIS NECK BROKEN pel-, Hie result of an operation performiM! un Hobei't. Lay fit-Id, ii is expwied in; will recover from tin: broken neck winch he suffered In a. football game at Ucthlchem, Pa., while playing for John Hopkins, where he- tva.s Ji .stud- ent. The opera lion showed ihaL while the aplnal cord had been imrjred. It had not been severed, anil whether the young liven depends wholly upon whether (lie cord recovers its nomial condition. The physicians believe thai I be young man lias a fair diancc for re- covery. New York, Mar- ijiianl, who jumpi'd from the. New York Nationals to the llruoklvii Fed-; 'luring UK; middle of l-lic win-, I IT, bad a li'iijjlliy conterenci; today (lie Xrw York National league uf- lici's with inid yc'.Tcliiry John II. I-'csUT. Si'CTi'tary; KosLcr lo nuilio any positive, ftafcnicii; id flic1 outcome of (he inic'J'viim, "Wi1 i'aii nut vr-ry well discuss Mar- j without hull" mlniiUiuir that lie iit one iiine ccasi'il lo be un- der conlnuM with .suirt Mr. Kus- will say, however, we have reason to t-A-pcct .Mai'nuanl to t at tliL1 (1 iaiils1 I rain in ramp at Miii'tin next month.'' I'JYKIM; fUKICK I .Stvfi-t.-iiT-Trrii.siirLY of thi1 local Arnp.ricaji h-n-nc- loam, intimat- rd this afternoon that, ii ihcic was any salary rliflumice -I. Franklin linker and the 1'hilatlelphia .AihlL'titrs, lie woulil he tflail in make Connie; .Vat-k n ofi'cr (or hi.s star THE LIVELIEST SPOT IN LETHBRIDGE Change' I'icliirc.s lit WH 11. A Tv-o lleel Keys I our Coiurdy fen luring ami L'hajilin; ti surf.1 cun: for tilt1 blues. This teal u n- is ;i rfiar of CHARACTER IMPERSONATOR N. H. A. Championship Will Be Ottawas if Wanderers Lose CURLING The Otvawa, is a 20 lo Ifi iavorite over thr.-lielcl for X. II. A. championship. Thr une.x- Iicctcd defeat of Ihr Wanderers by (.Juchi'u Saturday nigM dropped J'cd Bands down lo second choicel( .._.. with only an outside chance of wiu-jlo accomplish ii they jump back ning, that chance practically dencird-! an even chance for the title. Wander- ing OH their in OLUnva. next Saturday. Senators have the very licst ni MIF sclietliiln every way you scan it. Of the four games to be play- the majoriLy ot 1-fiem are al homo. 1 Wanderers Quebec is out of the running, already have seven losses, arnl M'ill likely sustain one or more Toronto nl the minimum before the schedule' Shamrocks............... is wound tip. Cadillac games won last night through dnianlt by Scott and Dr. II. Starrs. The holders Of the fropliy failnl to put in an nl'pcar- yind Duvidson. This rup is open for challenge on Iwcuiy- lour hours' notice, and Uui holders inusl be lo meet any rinks who post their games. This Ulielher the disposition oi the ;illlR was for tvednesdav, hut QI is up n-ol ,JP at.coiinl oi s lug danh here be-I soi'i ice. The ice cummiUcc lum- tne anu Wanderers. OUa- 0[ Raines shall be jilav- ha.s yet )o be .aifd ii was impossible lo consult' Uamlcrcrs an: able, ,.vcrv u-lu-u it is convenient foi him to especially as Ihc seasc-M in so Two rinks- romc from Tahcr this lurnouii to piny in this and Tancr eviik'nlh- iiiciuis U- lake.- L. F. A -the pot home with'ihom. I Tin- Taber player.': II) 5 .106 K ti 1 till next SaLurday 1 ween Ottawa wa's home iu; nd also a hcc, which will be TH1-: HTAN'DING to play in CJue- nic arRUincnt When Vice RTss McHugh INTERNATIONAL DANCER Randolph Churchill IN REFINED BARITONE BALLADS. A Prim-oss One Keel Feature. Left in the Train Than house Cigar Butts Majestic Feature. WHERE EVERYBODY GOES Evening a( 7 Matinee u( 2 Atluli.-i .........15c Adiilis .........10c. Children........10c CliildiTii........ .5c 1 08 White Sox Owner Tells Why He Paid Big Price for Collins Dr. Leech P. C. 'Million Tnm Henderson L'. P. Couk lico. Hiving .ft. Patterson, skip C. 1C. U'Jlb'oii, skip LcLlibridgc players -lohn Bruce P. Stcwatt A. It. .StalTord Jack Wales A. Itcid .1. F. Hamilton Hugh Scott, .skip Dr. flairs, skip "REGlNA NOT OUT OF IT" Charles A. Coinisey comes out in to the fans of this country 1lie special K'ddic Collins-March num- js t-hn Rrcatesl exponent of quick- hor 01 the Uaseball Magazine with thinking, -as to why he purchased Collins. He also gives the interested public an inkling his reason for ap- Likelihood of Protested Game Melville Being Replayed With pointing; his new manager, Clarence Rowland. Comiskav says I have watched Collins come into ihc league nnri develop. While follow- his dailv perforiuaTicts in contcrKl- ing ae-a-inst. our club on the south side grounds, I havp 'become convinced thatj lie was without a doubt as great a, hall player from every as any Hegina, Sask.. 19. "AVhilc it is ilaycr 111 the [not officially announced vat, tlie in- lonuatioji has been passed along that to pive Saskatchewan Hockey league heavy hitter j championship is not settled yet. Some n-henever sucli a player appears and of the Saskatchewan league money or the East this far this week, and as a icame. It is always patrons of the Sox can be will make my ball club winniofc one. I am putting the club in charcc oi a manager this year, which may playing "the inlield today. I secured have caused surprise to some him for liie White Sox Jans simpiy) This Is always an important move, hecausc I considered him .ill-round player in hatting, hase nm- ninc and fielding. Still another advantage in Collins is his quick-thinking brain, a most essential talent in tlie hall tlub con- icmling loi- a pennant. If tlie White valnii. aiy cnerRy is expended at all; result or information and advice imics in ssari'.'iins thiOiiRli (he ininor [flnred from the authorities'consulted, leagues Jor heavy-hitting talent that it has been decided that the. proteat- .a pennant- ed game which al present elands an a for jMelvjlfe against Regine, that 4 to 3 one, referred by Clint BenneaL on January 25, ie to be ordered replay- ed. That means that Ibe standing of nt move, ihe two tennis is even, S wins and 3 __ _ f.arefully. loseoe each, and ihe replay will de- Rowlaml is by no means ;L new man ciila the chflmpionsliitj "and tlie pos- lo me, I have been watching bis work session of the Allan Gun, with Ihe most carefully in the minor leagues i right to defend ir. against Ihe woi'id on Tor the past seven or eight years, and the home ice of the winner. Lost have been greatly impressed with his nights decisive defeat of '.Melville by and his judgment- He Ileglua is an indication what -He! r, but 1 have considered Sox are fortunate enough to have his is particularly good at pickinR ball ville may espcct In the play-off of the seirfcos ULi'OLijrliOHt. tote championship players, and has sent up nuite a taw. lie to be Free season of 1915, 1 believe he will provo to the White Sox during that time. On the Firing Line and Back Again and Never Saw German CrJflfig'otv Times; A Glasgow friend gives me (writes the London correg.- pondenl of the Jfanclieater Guardian) this account of a HUJe tailor, who, de- spite a sllTf arm, was working away expertly at hie trade. Hie Blory was: "I ivas jJst n-Jiippei awa'. 1 had three days to go.lill 1 was ool o' Ihe Tleserye, when I gpl'one o1 yon blue papers, tellin' me to report mysel' at Kamlllon Ban-acks. I nnL it in Lhe fire, as by then I would be not o' my time. The next night, ivben r 'B'as at Ihe close-mouth, laltln' my smoke, u man came up to me and said: 'Arc you and I said, 'WhJt aboot It and he said thai there would toe plenty aboot it If didn't report my- self at Hamilton Barracks in six hours.. So, this is war. So I whippet awa' in two hours lo'Hamil- ton Barracks, and m six Iioore more 1 had my lui on my back, and in a train was awa' aboot England. In twenty hoorB f 'was in a pluce they MEL SHEPPARD BECOMES MILLROSE ATHLETIC COACH New York, Feb. IS. jlielvin AV. Sheppard, once the world's greatest middle distance runner, holder of many world's records and Olympic championships, get all doubt at rest about his permanent retirement from competition in amateur track athletics hy signing a contract today as pro- AUi- call Soulhampton, nnd in ihirly boors after that I was in .France, near a place that's celled -Mans. There ire re a lot o' Kent.faces in the place where ICessionnl roach for the Mlllrosc T was.put, and they cried out, 'Ho, Mac- (IdUs association. ailister, tliat'E you. Noo, take your rifle and fight for your King and conn- LUCKY LETHBRIDGEITE try.' But before I had lime to turn George Masson, 646 Sixth street round, I was my rosy is tied witti two Calgary corn- King Hnd country, Indeed, thinks I. 1 l pelitors for first prize this'week in the hadna been fightin1 an boor when ihey I Alberlan football competition. Hia got me on the ahonlder "wfj aharpnel, and the next 1 know I 'was in Stobhll] [Glasgow] Bar- racks, mind yon, and that no niony milea from where I tbe up- ihot of it WHH tlial they let me oot, and told me 1 would be all right for my (red, but no use for sobering again. Aod here am 1, my tred, tailor- ing, ten .days after I waB whippet uwa'. I canna that it was to me that a' this happened. It seemed as if it was aomebody else, and no' me., mind 'you, I never saw a German." WINNIPEG CHAMPIONS BEATEN Title Not Cup Elim- ination Sirles Next Winnipeg, Man., Feb. Vic- torias1 defeated the1 Olonarcha, o lo here tonight in the final senior league game of the season. The game had no bearing 'pn the championship ay (he AJonarchs have title cinched, The Monarchs Jilay off with the Fal- cons, -winners of the independent lea- gue, in the Allan C'up elimination cup series next Monday "and Wednesday, ihe winner to meet the winner of the Thunder Day league. HAMILTON TIGERS HAD SURPLUS OVER iraniiilon, OnL, Feb. ais- tn 1 or (he lootbH'j) .s cell on o) HnnilUoii Anmtcur Athletic nsso- ,lue Mamlol mid Joe SliueniL-, New oinlion wna held lust night. Tlie fin- Youk, lightweights, Travr. boon signed nnclal npan aliovetl (hat ufter turn- for u 30-iouinriioul. al-Ncw Oilcans over SSOOO lo iho ll.A.A.A., there Ilaicli a balance oi! pn hand. TO STOP RACETRACK GAMBLING Action Taken by Lower Home of the Montana Aiiembly Helena, Mont., Feb. Lower House of the slate asaemb'iy today ad- opted thi: minority committee report, which abolishes gambling of ;il! in connection with horse-racing in the slute. share oT the prize money amounts to BUCKSHOT Ji-ss Villanl has lolii why ,-hc sho beat Jack Johnson. We know 42 good reasons why be should bent Johnson, what we want to "know is how. to join Mir Cubs just to prove that it CHARLIE AT THE OKPHEUM TONIGHT Lelhbridge playgoers v.riii Mr. Charles Chaplin Ki'iduy and Sat- urday at the Ornheuin in tiie multiple reel, BJiiitled "The KnocltouiP" a Key sLoiiB comedy. Tjicpvord "Kfiystone" is in a class entirely by itseli, and of Ihe Orphoun) are doubly as- sured oi' a ble scream, as, in addition to Mr. Chaplin, "Fatty" Arbuekle, tbe welJ-knotvn Kcystonfi slur, excels him- self in the comedy rcle of a pugilist. Mr. Chaplin, acling aa LhereCeree in the prize ring, gels knocked out him- self, instead of the pugs. You can imagine the roars of laughter. In tui- flition to the above stde-spJitting com- edy, three more reels of pictures will be seen, end tied "Where Vice Shud- and "Left, ft) Ihe a Tlianhouser production. All tbe vaudeville acts change. W. H. Doucctt wil'i he Keen in new imper- sonations; Randolph Churchill, the popular bariione ginger, in favoriin Bongs; whilst Miss Catliie AlnEJugli win 'be, seen in an entire change oi dances. 'MUTT AND JEFF" AT MAJESTJC TONIGHT litlle nonsense now and then is EIGHT HUNDRED HINDUS MUTINY Tokio, Feb. revolt has brok- relishccfliy the lies t" of wo-'en out amcng the Hindu soldiers at men too.' The old adage is proven'Singapore, one of the Strait Settle- over iuid ever again by the continued 'beloiigin- ta GreaL Britain, ac and most extraordlnarj- success of Gus Hill's productions of "Muti and York's best citizens, but- chers, bnKers and undertakers, all turn to the "funny pictures" in the morning newspapers to see what those two fun- ny fellows "Jluit and -left" are uj) io; nor IB tho habit confined to any class, creed or status of life's success. The hanker, the lawyer and (he joy the daily cartoons as well as their less fortunate brothers, and applaud Hud Fisher's satirical humor. .Millions of tbe 'best ucople in America have laughed- at c'us Hill's Co. presenting 'Mutt and Jeff" in their various plays and will comimie lo laugh at them as long as Dud Fisher und Gus Hill can keep up the jiiicc. "Mutt nnd Jeff" have made four complete tours of the United Stales and Canada, with absc- luteiy of diminishing popu- larity and n-ill continue lo do so for "Mutt and Jeff in cording to newspaper dispatches re- ceived here today from tha Malay Arehiuelago. were landed al from Japanese and French "warships and some fighting has taken place between the. mutineers and Ihe men from the warships. The Hindu mutineers numbered 800, but 'later half of these arc reported to liare surrendered, and the revolt is said to be subsiding. J. T. PETTS gc's Poptiliir Silver Tenor WILL ENTERTAIN YOU TIIK EIGHTH KPISODK OF The Master Key THE DEEDS, WHICH COMPRISE THE MAIN INHERITANCE WHICH HER FATHER HAS LEFT TO RUTH, ARE RECOVERED IN THIS CHAPTER. I EMPRESS 5 THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC Tonight--Kathlyn Williams IN THE BROADWAY MASTERPIECE PHOTOPLAY "The Mood Hod KOHC" in Acts A MEDIEVAL DRAMA OF WHITE MAGIC. THE SECOND STORY OF THE BELOVED ADVENTURE SERIAL WILL BE TOLD. TWO DANDY COMEDIES AND THE HEARST-SELlG WAR NEWS MR. R. W, SCOTT will Other Lips" and "Bowed Down using Three Distinct Voices. XVTT'pTi Dainty Miss Luella Simons, the Clever Mlji-ili. Artjst. scotty Johnson, the boy Tenor. pJagar stiiTinff the inysiic brew. The witch, noting their ialercsi, explains Hie power of the brew, telling tliein dial H can clJiin.yn ;i liumnn bRiiiff inio an animal ur other object. the lovers ai'G at the home of the wiich, (lie Kiny of Urania and his court, while returning from a hunt see the home of Godlna, ami the King, 'who la Hiirsty, makes- liis way to the humble home for a f-lass OI- While there Godina returns, and the King imme- diately falls in Jove with Ihe fair daughter of the I'orest, This makes one o[ the most wonder- Cul stories of love, hnte and revenge POPULAR TENOR MAKING BIG HIT AT STARLAND Mr. J. T. Pells was In fine voice last night, 'when he rendered that splendid old Scotch ballad ".Mary of Argyle." .Mr. Petts is the possessor of a very flue tenor voice, and knows liow to use it. The beautiful tone color and enunciation proved him the artist that he is in the rendition of tenor songs. Don't miss the opportunity of. hearing him tonight in the latest Irish sung If all the In addi- tion to this extraordinary attraction, the Sth episode of "The Master Key" l be seen at star land today, -winch is of the same superlative worth as ihe foregoing instalments have been. MAJESTIC TONIGHT at And Twice Tomorrow AT AXD S.30 Geo. Hill Offers the New Production UTT and JEFF DASHING CHORUS BEAUTIFUL MAIDENS 24 SONG HITS EVERYTHING NEW 50 1-3 PEOPLE Positively a tiuaraiitccd Attraction. Prices: Nights 25c to BARGAIN MATINEE AND 25c SEATS NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. STOMACH IN FINE CONDITION Says Indigestion Results from an Ex- cess of Hydrochloric Acid. "Undigested food delayed in the stomach decays, or rather, ferments the same as food left in the onen air, a noted authority. He also tells us that Indigestion is caused by I-Iy- ng, there is an ax- ic acid In tho stom- years innumerable. }lexico" will not only live up to the I per-acidity, past records of plionoinenn] business, cess of 1) but will prove to be the crowning tri- umph of Mr. Hill's career. All hna'wn Tfius everything efltnn sours in the. tbe enormous popu- stomach much like the garbage sours Poor seeri oats arc very prevalent iroughout Ihe west. This fact is evidenced in many ways, and farmers [throughout southern All crta would be well to take oi the warnings Avhich are dissem- inated by the various banks through (heir local managers." A. F. Mantle, Ihc Deputv Minister, has written the following let-tec to Ihe banks, it is being given wide publicity through their branches in i the west "Our advices indicate tliat in a con- siderable percentage of cases "wliere lanncro have had their seed tested, (he result lias been extremely .disap- owing to damage by frost. A MINER'S COUGH is the entering wedge {or bron- chitis, pleurisy, pneumonia or consumption. But it is a mis- take lo take (Icoholic mixtures or drugged leave the system weaker than before. SCOTT'S EMULSION U taken b7 ibcssands of miners ft relieTcatheeolduidbuildeup the blood. JKM Depend on eWt'iEmulsion. PROOF GERMANS ARE SHORT OF FOOD Copenhagen, Feb. report is Them appears "to be a great dancer in circulation liere that, o'wing to the wless fa, ;ieceasitj. re5trict [ocd oOBSumption, rac ihe Eovernmenr intenils hMuW produce dfsnppc-'nt dering S'000-000 cituation is serious independent incomes and are ineligible for military service, to le.ive Cermany liook worm nnd grouch. Gel scats nii] club is for sale, lo Preaiilcnt Kd Barrow. tlie eaij- j coinpunv is being orgiiiiiaecj' B to take ovcv- tin; dub. bird caLclics ihe beal THE FORTUNE IIUNTEKS IN SIX PARTS STARLAND MONDAY 1 KATHLYN WILLPAM6 AT EMPRESS Paulo, a sturdy young hunUnmn, and b'eautlful, fair, blue-eyed Godina, Ills sweetheart, meet in the forest. Paulo has Just killed a fine deer, which he shows with great delight to his sweetheart. ,'J'hey decide to g-lve n haunch of the deer to iheir old friend. Hagar the witch, p.nd viail her dark and fcloomy jjrolto, I hey sec old macy four ounces bf Jad Sails and take a tablespconful in a glass of water "before "breakfast and drink while it is effervescing and further- to continue? this for a week. While'reliefs follows the first floae, it is import an L lo'neutralize the acidity, remove (Ke gas-making- mass, slart the stimulate Ihe kidneys end thus- promote a frne flow of mire di- gestive juices. Jml Salts is inexpensive and is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juige, combined with lilhiu and sodium phosphate. This harmless salts in Berlin, Feb. Russian army in BukoTVlna, reinforced by reserves, is making headway agninst the Aus- trian forces in the neighborhood of Czernun-Uz, cnyltal cf the Crown land, ___ _______ ___. according lo n dispatch to the llerlin- by thousands of people for stem- er Tapeblatl from the front. The bat- ach trouble with excellent results. For tic, is proceeding (o the and south sale by J. HJeiiibolham Co., Md. of CV-ernowitz. Dominion, Scrri Blanch, Calgary. Where oats of a qualiLy arc not obtainable, farmers would be well advised to put, their land in or some other grain." RUSSIANS TURN AUSTRIANS BUKOWINA Ready Help in time of physical trouble caused b'jT indigestion.biliougness resulting torpid liver, inactive bowels, ways given, quickly, certainly, safely J bythemostiamousofi'ajnJlyreroedJes1 BEECHAATS PttiLS 1 Unm Sml, of Aw MWlih. talS. SoU ;