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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f AGE THREE, CANADIAN PlAyERS RIOT AT HOCKE! AT ? ? ? \t : : : >> : .n hour's enjoymfnt in the society of a close friend w)icso tastes are after your own, lookina at or listening lo .'xnneihiiig which is mutually enjoyable, constitutes one of the greatest treats this life can give. "The Mu:-:-tor Kp.y," as thousands of people in thi.s city know by now, is the i;tory (if the Caill'orniii Roidmlne discovered by ti',o moil wlio liad come to hate oacli other. :?i.rials are. like some plays, (hey art; usually built around a leading character. The others arc merely filler.i-ln. "The Jlaster Key" is different. Every one of the characters are picked according to tlieir special abi'lity, and although Bob Leonard and Ella Hall are oonstitufcd the leads, the other characters are so strong in themselves that thero is something doing all the time. II is no e.vag-geration to say that from this commencement of the first reel to the-end of the last, the interest Is sustained in so marked a manner that people in-vcluutarily lean forward in iheir seats at the various incident.?. "The Master Key" will be .shown each rWednesday and Thursday at Starland. and promises to break all records in point of interest. THRILLING SCNES AT THE EMPRESS Those-of you who have-followed the thrilling career oi "ijueille Love, the (jirl of .''.lystery," at the Empress, have i Ji.'id the' nlp.nsure oi" witnessing many , sensational situations. Today we ; tire slio-viug the IMlh instalment of this serial, and can assure j-ou that halni*ictiu*e.s A Great Rolliclvinji: COMEDY SPECIAL Made for Ivauj>i�s Only ' Starland Concert Orchestra TONIGHT LUCILLE LOVE; 13TH INSTALLMENT ............. 2 REELS THE OLD FIRE HORSE AND THE NEW FIRE CHIEF 2 REELS A MATTER OF RECORD ............................ 1 REEL THE FABLE of the CHAMPION WHO WAS DELAYED 1 REEL Remember, there are only Two More Installments of Lucille Love, If you have never seen her, come tonight. COMING-Zudora, the Bisgest, Greatest and Best of all Motion Picture Plays. Each Episode Complete In Itself with one v/onderful Mijster Plot. Tonight, the Empress Tenor In "The Flight of Ages." The Arsenal 5,,Wolverhampton taken. Rev. Murrell-Wright spoke I ; Very effectively both morning and ev- ' ening, the services r,.:i both occasions being most pleasing. AT ST. PATRICK'S Very impressive services wTre held in St. Patrick's church yesterday. At both early mass as well as at' high derers 1. Birmingham 2, Leicester Fossa 0. Blackpool 1, Hull City 2. Bristol City 1, Bury 0. Clapton Orient 2, Kulham 1. Derby County 1, Glossop 1. Grinisbv Town 4, Notts Forest 0. JESS WILLARO BEGINS TRAINING Chicago, 111.. Jan. 2.-Jess Wlliard went through a few fancy steps in'a local syinnasiurn today, and announced that during a week's rest I'rom theatrical engagements in Chicago he �will pound off several surpuia jioiinds In preparation for his mill at Juarez with Jack Johnson. Wlliard now hits tiiG scale a( I'SH poiuids. 10 pounds above his fighting weight. 1 u DUFFY WINS FROM ROBIDEAU Buffalo, N.Y"., Jan. 2.-Jimmy Duffy j of Lockport outpointed Sam Robideuu of Phlladelpliia in a 10-round bout here today. Each man scored a knockdown. � Robideau was ' best at close ciuarters, but was severely punished by Duffy's straight lofts. CLYNE OUTPOINTS MARCE I t;o'iiimbjis, Ohio, ,Jan. 2.-Patsy j Clyne of New York outpointed K. 0. Mars of Cincinnati in a 12-round bout here, yesterday. They bo.\ed at 122ii pounds. Hudderslield Town 3, Preston North ^ niass, St." Patrick's church'vas nlled ... , , , !^'0 i*^*^ capacitv. A great uuraber of Leeds Cit,y 1, St^ockport County parishioners while assisting at 9 Lincoln City 3, Barasley 0. .o'clock mass received holy oo'muum- eriT-'i'iiii-'r.jv r T,'\r'Ti.' lltv. Father Minwegau saving SOL' i HERN LEAGLE ^^^^ ^^^^ ^1^.,^^^^^ ^.^^b^^ ^^^.^^ Gillinghaui 1, Bri.ghton and Hove '"as anthems. High mass was sung bV .Vlbion 3 i Rev. Father Naessens, O.M.I., t-he " Norwich City 2, Cardiff Citv 1. i'^ho'^ rendering Haller's MLssa Sextan West Ham Lnitcd 4, Exeter "Citv 1.;'" four parts. At the offertory of the! Ph-mouth Argvie 3, Lutcn Town 3.''"ass the Adeste Fidcles in the ar-! Watford i T'ortsmouth 1. ! rangement of -Noveilo was well given. Northampton 2, Swindon 'i'o-wu 3. 1 i-'ather Minwcgan then addressing Southampton 3, Southend United 0. fongrejation, considered it a very i Ho'ading 2, t^ieen's Park Ranacrs 3. siswl'^'aut, coincidence that .iust for Crvdon Common 2,. Mi.llwall Atli- 'h's Siinday he had received the first j lytic' 1 - encyclical letter of His Pope , i .Crv.stal Palace 1, Bristol Rovers 0. Benedict XV., and that this letter j i  touched upon tht; same subjcei- which I i SCOTTISH LE.\G1JE perusal of his letter could net liclp being impressed but that the Pope pointed to the rea,! and ultimate source of the present calamities of mo-dern society. Respect of religion, of Divine and human authority is in . the Pope's opinion the foundation of peace and prospcritv for every nation and country. The benediction w-it-h the blessed sacrament and the litany of tbs saints, witii prayers following for the church ami country, tlje absent brethren, anil the faithful departed, con-cUidod tiie solemn' services in the jiiorniiig. .Vt the eveniug service the Rev. Father Naessens, himself a native of the heroic little kins-^dom of Belgium, in his sermon expressed bis admira-lion .and gratitude to all that by their organized charity had come to the relief of so many thousands suffering from want of' food and clothing. He then showed liis auili'le-as and customs that if God ddas ;0d at Calgary on Christmas day by'� not soon intervene, it apptars us- ifi ioiiR goal, turned the tables yesterday i the dissolution of human society is iiUternoon, when thpy ovorwhelnied ; at hand. I the .Moiiajchii by a score of H to -1. i The disorders that have arisen, us i Tiio (-aigary team 'was outp'iaycd at j the real causes of this war are. these i every stage, especially in the last half, ' four : "The war.!- ot mutual love i whan the Albertas ran in 12 goals. 'amongst men, contempt lor author-i ---.....------'�----- iity, injustice between the diiTorent' KC3S OUTPOINTS FLYNN classes c^I society and material wel-1 Rochester, N.Y'-, i'r.a. 2.-Tony Ross j tare made the only object oi man's I of Newcastle. T'a.. out fought Jirti | activity." In a most masterly nian-Flyini of Pueblo, CelT., this afternoon ner the Poi-e, ti:aces the war back to 111 a ItJround bout. i tht^se causes. i\Yhoevcr listened to tUe mm the extreme v/eakncss often rtisuits in impaired hearinS. weakened eysigii-:, bronchitis an-d other tror.bies, but if Scott'c Emulsion is fjiven promptly, it carries strength to the oifjans sg, and creates rich blood to buiid /iK^i up the depleted forces. Clillilrcn thrive on Scotfs Emulsion. H.71 Fi^e from Harmful Drugs. C0NT1N7'EI.) FROM FRONT The men were all Kcantiiy clad and suric-r�d i;:rri-jiy from tl-:C cold dur-m.:-: tiie ail honi'.s occupied in rcachius ihiJ-e. Some died during tlie day and were p;;.-scd (.��-i (rboard. \t the arrival of ill? cuter at Lyme-itug;s at U o'cloc;; hist iiieht 'six mure were l(ji:u;tn xiii duty Iieard cries for hoip, and jiioins; Gi t-iie beach found the fii'.ler v.itli the men, none of uiioiiitcould land without assistance. .Some (if vlieni were so exhausted lhat artiiicial rcsjiiraticn ha|ios.sib)e tor t)-e.}i r-o ke-ep wnrni. The admir.'ilty ht^ consumed adds a' halfrpenny . tg^ ^jw^ fighting resources of this 'ci^UJitmP tiie consumptjou of beer Jaj.'.^HWlaiia'ij baa- alteady I'ldlen -by- 40 pfii'i'oettti'"'^^^ lifi 13832985 05 ;