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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 5, 1915 THE L-ETFURIDOE, DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE iii! FUND ^ IN AUSTRALIA FISTICUFFS THRIVES THERE AS IN NO OTHER PLACE ON THE MAP TEAM GOING HAT SATURDAY HOCKEY, TO A representative team of 'hookey players will go to *Med-Iclne Hat from hero on Saturday afternoon on the local train to engage the 'Hat septette in the artlatlo paBtime of piick chasing. The team picked to go Is not complete in Its personnel, but Tjere Is the,ltne-up so far. aa-sured: �'h. Turcott'e, goal; Maycook, jjoint; Smith,, cover - point Monaphan, centre; Simpson and Turcotte on the wlnga. The position of rover has yet to he filled. Medicine Hat has agreed to return the matuh, irrespective ot the outcome. New Wostmlnsljer, Jan. 4. - Nick Cartior, the well known lacrosse play- j et and a former morabor ot the famous Sftlmonljcnies and Vamoouver. team,, died at Salisbury Plain of spinal jnenitigitis on December 0, ao cordiiig to word received by H. A. Stewart, of Fraser Mills, from a friend attached to the cycle corps ot the C^uiadiiin expeditionary contlng-Rut. Carter enlisted with one of tlie I Vancouver regiments when the war broke out. His death will bo regretted by a large circle of friends throughout the Dominion,  EX-champion SAVs man who can beat johnson will MAKE a- cool million START CURLING LOCAL TROPHIES TONIGHT San Francisco, Oal., Jan. 4.-Sport suffered in England on account ot the war, but in Australia there is a liif-ferent story to (ell. Boxing in particular has not felt the effects ot the awful thing now going on in Europe. As a matter of fact, the fi.st game is being used mightily in rai'sinj; money for the relief fund, according to Snowy Baker, the live wire of the Australian' sport promotion, "There is nothing wrong in Australia on account of the war,': writes Mr. Baker. Sport in all branches thrives along with commerce. Of my throe big centres,'Sydney is drawing the same big crowds of 10,000 to 15,000 people to a good fn^ht. Bris- with the ice in swell sbape, the bane is in a boxing boom suoh as it first games for the Brewery trophy never knew before. Melbourne is wait-j and the Ellison Milling trophy win ing for its mammoth  stadium to be be played tonight at the Lethbrldge roofed, a work almost complete, and Curling rink, and some stellar oon-mcantime its small'athletic pavillion tests should. result, for it is reckon-is packed. ]f there are any knockers ed that the rinks are more evenly of Australia who say that the game balanced iii strength than ever be-is not what it was they need not be fore. There is going to be' some new listened to. My books at the end of blood seen at the top when 'the cur-evcry, month show that it is still a tain is rung down-that is the feeling groat country to coiiie to if a man around the rink. 'There are ten rinks wants to earn good money at boxing. > 'lined up for battle, '.'Being so well oft, Australia is I '------------- sending heaps of money_ to the war The deceased athlete was a. member of the team which won the Minto cup for Vancouver several years ago. He was brought from Toronto by Con , : � ., , , , Jones and, with Lalonde' and Fitz- Member, I will make every effort gerald, wa? a prominent star of the seek put a---r.y,..^^,r...h,. ;eam. He was possessed of marvelous sKed, and was goneraliy cons/d-ered as one ot the best lacrosse play-^,'ers in the business. Keen regret is be-^ i ing expressed on all sides on account Vancouver, Jan. 4.-"To the clean cut youpg man who can come forward and regain the heavyweight championship for the white race, there is a million dollars waiting," declares James. J. Corbett, who is in this city oih his .\vay to Australia, crown. '%ten\'Tam�L^&aI.. T nn, .n a"'' flabby are to meet in ingt%^^orV^rf .thaTmfn: ^I'Zt'l,^^ ^ZJJrs tl^^l^^ il! �el\efnuSof^,t^M ol^^^l^ ^Tirml"^! th greater number of first class fighters case will be settled. TWO GOOD BOUTS BILLED THIS MONTH Once in a whil� there is a boxing match that is a boxing match wo^h the while. Yet two such are in sight right now. One Is the battle between Mike Gibbons, the St. Paul phantom, and Jimmy X'labby, the two claimants to j the niiddlcv^eight champiocshipf Tlw other is the clash between Freddie Welsh, the titleholder, and Charlie White, tor the lightweight 1 EMPRESS i BIBB JL^4 BEAUTIFUL FAMILY THEATRE esSB TONIGHT LUCILLE LOVE; 13TH INSTALLAiENT............. 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 Rsmember, there are only Two Mere Inatallment* of Lucille Love. If you have never ten her, come tonight. COMING-Zudora, the Biggest, Greatest snd Best of all Motion Picture Plays. Eaeh Episode Complete In Itself with one wonderful Master Plot. Mr. Flemmlng, the popular Baritone, will sing "There Is a Land" I of his premature death. of the pugilistic ladder is discovered." Bakersfield, Gal., .Tan. 4.-"Bob", , , , Burman, in a sanctioned race with the proper rnak�-up to reach the bop Barney Oldtie'id here today,, broke the ' """" ----- '� '""''"""'- official records of the American Automobile aBsociation for the five miles, 26 miles and 50 miles distances on a one-milo circular dirt track. He cut the five mile from 4.04% to 4.02 Hat. His 50 miles were done in 40.B8, as against 47.21 by Disbrow at San Jose; and his 25 miles in 20.2S 4-6, as against the previous host time of 22.26. relief tuhds'elsewhere. For the aid ot Belgians in distress the one city ot Sydney has already subsoriUed nearly half airiillion dollars. "Bo.xcrs- and boxing tans are helping a lot in this kind ot � thing. In Sydney the patriotic carnival realii-cd over $10,000 tor one night. Since then the Sydney stadium has been in use several times a week for the boosting ot some patriotic fund or another, and has been worth altogether ?20,000 to the subscriptions. "A chain of such shows, a mixture of military, athletic and boxing displays,-will be rim all around Australia, and the boxing fans will probably he found in the ciid to have put $100,000 into., the benevolent war chests, "Instead ot trying to suppress boxing, the state government, in Australia have 'given it recognition by endorsing-my schemes for training schoolboys in the use of the gloves along with their general physical culture.^' Here is the result of the draw for games: Brewery Trophy 7.30 draw, Tiiesday. J. Marnoch vs. James Aird.' T. R. Davidson vb, L, W. Clark. S. J. Shepherd vs. Hugh Scott. H. Boyd vs. A. McCulloch. Ellison Trophy 9 p.m. draw, Tuesday: Wm. Scott VB. A. Scott. .T. S. Smith vs. Dr. Marre. C. Carberry vs. K. D. Johnson. W. J. Nelson vs. R. S. Smith. Brewery Trophy 7.30 draw, Wednesday: Stacey va, R. R. Davidson. Ellison Trophy 9.00 p.m. draw, Wednesday: R. S. Smith vs. J. F. Hamilton. EASTERN HOCKEY DOPE N. H. A. STANDING Wanderers ... ... 3 Ottawa............... 2 Quebec......... .... 2 Torontos...... ..... 1 Ontarios ...... ...... 1 Canadiens .......... 0 Tomorrow night two rinks from Ta bcr will be here to engage in a little competition with the local curlers. The ladies branch of the Lethbrldge Curling association will have Wednes rtay and Saturday nights at the rink. One sheet of Ics'will be set aside for the ladies' use on Wednesday and two oil Saturday. The ladies have always had the Ibe at bhe'lr disposal every; afternoon and this privilege will continue. BURMAN BREAKS RECORDS than any other.country, ane through;' the Canadiens as they did bout. This match will take the place Saturday, beating the Frenchmen by 4 goals to 1. . Torontois, the champions of the N. H. A. last year, and conquerors ot the world of hock�y, are not living up, to their rep. this year. Saturday the Quebecs turiicd a 8 to 2 trick on the Queen City favorites, tlie second fall the favorites have been suUiected to in three games. The chances of the Torontos repeating this year are about 50 to 1. Davis Champion Ham Fighter It develops that there is a worse fighter in the world than Jim Plynn. His name is ,"One-Hound" Davis, and he was knocked out by. the fireman the other nicht. of the Freddie Welah-Charley White bout, which has been postponed until January 26. y , ^  \ SCOTSIVIAN CAPTURES POWDERHALL MARATHON OLD RUGBY GAMES London, Jan. 4.-Following arc the results of Northern Union Rugby games played Saturday on grounds of the first named club. Barrow 10, Wigan 18. ..Battloy 3, Hull Kingston Rovers 5. Bradford 6, Halifax 8. Brariilby 2, Dew'Shury 10. Hull 10, Saltord 10. Hunslet fl;' Waveficld Trinity 8. Leigh 13, Kcighloy 0. Swlnton �, i'ork 7. Oldham 35, Runcorn 3. �Widens 0, Hochdalo Hornets 13. St. Helen's 25, Warrinpton 0, SCOTTISH FOOTBALL , Glasgow, Jan, 4. The following are the results ot Scottish League football games played today on tlie grounds ot the first named club.' Bangers 0, Airdrieonians 5. Celtic a, Kilmarnock 0. Ayr.United 2,.Hibernians 1. �Morton, 1, Falkirk-0, MsCrae' Wins in Fast" Time-American Entry Third London, Jan. 4.-Fourteen runners, including Holmor, of Amerlci\, took part in tile Powdiarhall.15-mile Mark-then race at Edinburgh yesterday. G. McCrea of Bankneck, Scotland, made the running'throughout and won by 400 yards froni Willie Kolemalnea of Finland, in the-fine lime of Ihour 20 minutes 10 seconds. Holmer was third, Dinning of England fourth and Watson of West Scotland fifth. Donohue of America and A. Mcintosh of Canada also competed. The winner received 1350. Stephens of Glasgow won the final of the Powderhall 120 yards BPrint handicap in 12% seconds. Mopa(4e ot Belfast was setond and Mears'of jfcus-tralla third. , Stephen^. received" l.fiOO. KLING MAY RE-ENTER' GAME Veteran ^Ex-Cub Catcher Talks of Cin. ^ cinnati Offer iSpringfleld, Mo., Jan. 2.-Johnny Kling of Kansas City, until two years ago catcher for the Chicago Nationals, may return to the baseball diamond during the coming season. Klliig made this statement while visiting friends here last night. "I have received an offer recently from Cincinnati and several from the Federal league." he said. "If i ever return to 'baseball, it will be to play With Cincinnati," . A Harsh Sentence Tommy/Leach is (a. great ball player and a grand fellow. It; seems heartless to sentepctivJiim to servitude Hearts.3, Hamilton Acadcmioal� 0. with the Cliiclnnatl.Reds, m Alberta needs business women. And where we need tliem most is not in business offices but in the Iiomes. What we want is not so much a woman who can rim a.kitchen, as a woman who knows how much it costs to run a kitchen. The chief problem of domestic science is how to take a certain'income of money and live up to it; not over it and not necessarily under it, but how to make all of your bills balance that certain amount of cash. Naturally the only way to do this is to plan your expenditures. And the only way to know the cost of what you are going to buy, is to compare the prices at which other people are selling. These comparative prices are published in the advertising columns of this paper. No shrewd merchant hides his light under a bushel. Whenever he has anjf'thing good to ^er you, he puts it over his signature. So the first thing you gain hy following the advertising is a choice always the best that is being offered in each line. And when these merchants realize that so many of you are using their advertising day by day as the basis for your buying, you may depend upon it they are going to stretch every possible point to maintain your interest. If 3^ou will follow this plan for a short time, you will find that you are mer-chandisiiig your home in the same way that these business men merchandise their stores. You will liecoine as shrevyd at buying as they are. Your books will begin to balance, and you will discover that yo,u are the head of a big; successful institution known as a Pr.osp,erous Home, F. S.-Boii^t forget to advise your husband to let the Lethbrldge Herald Job Printing Dept. look after his stationery and office supplies. It can give him the right thing, at the light time, at the right price. CONTmUEP TOMt^ region ot Notre Dame de Lorette, to the west of Lens, we were succeissful, thanks to our mortars "�^ Haut silenced the artillery ot the Instalment of^thegreatast of all lerlal stories will be oiierea enemy. GERMAN OFFICIAL as the head-liner of an all feature programme. < , ,. ,,,. , v t , "The Master Key"-Is the most mas- ^Berhn, (Wireless),^ Jan 5. - The si^e. the most expensive serial ever German official statement on the 0,,^^ and Is a. thrilling story of Rb-progress of operatjons given out this manceand Mystery, and Is cram full afternoon declares that fighting at a of excitement and human Interest, point two miles to the^oast ot Stem- There are special afternoon perform, bach resulted in the French b^ing ^nc^,:y,very day at Starland ftom 2ito driven back. French attacks were re- 5. evening performances every day pulsed in the Argonne and near Arr from T to IL The policy of Stir, ras. In northern^ Poland the' sLtiiaitldnliand Is never altered,' the one admis-is said to be unchanged, while to' slon price always holding gooS re- the east of the Bzura river' the German attacks are progressing. Evans' Helmet was Displaced CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE gardless ol the costly features shown. TWO MORE INSTALMENTS OF "LUCILLE LOVE" After today^ou will only have two more chances ot seeing "Lucille Love'' at the Kmpress. If you hava never met Lucille start today, and see this wonderful story of love and hatei The management in looking for anotlit er serial story to follow ILucllle has picked out the latest story publlfched; in picture form and in all sincerity and believes himself that work with the pulraoter, was revived,' but three hours' hard work upon Evans, failed to brine him back to life, teils .rou and believes himself that The evidence so tar seems to estab- this feature is the greatest and best lish the fact that the helmets were serial ever produced. The tlMe of in working order when the men went this master production is "udoro" into the mine. That upon Evans had "Zudora" is a beautiful young "gi'jil been removed from his lace beloire kip and'during the serial works out 28 arrived at the open, but it see.ned baffling cases, the solution of these tiiat this had been done when he fell cases meaning a fortune to Zudonk on his face upon the rocks of a cave- Remember, Marguerite, admitted the in. The men had penetrated the tun- most perfect woman in all fildom, nel about one hundred and sixty feet, plays Zudora, each and every Instat according to the best judgment of ment of which is complete In itself, Inspector Williams.^ with one wonderful master plot. ' The coroner adjourned the hearing Starting on the 13th, the Empress until Wednesday at twelve o'clock in bas secured exclusive rights to show order that Chief Inspector Thomas all releases of the Famous Playew Graham, of Victoria, may be pres- and the Lasky productions. These plo: ent at the taking ol further evidence, tares will be shown on Wednes^iy Mr. Graham will arrive tonight or Thursday of each week, tomorroiw morning from Calgary. The funeral of Mr. Evans will take place tomorrow, the mines at Creek belOB dosed tor the day. Coal Meets With Batters' Approval The Federal league threatens to enjoin Walter Johnson from playing with the Washington, iciub next season. American leaeue feat^tB are hoping the outlaws- keep- the-wonder-, ful chuoker idle duilns.the entlre-lS^fi regime'. GERMAN EASTERN^^^ ^^^^^^ ; London, Jan. 4,-~A. Petrograd dis- � patch to the Exchange Telegraph .C^, . ^ g||.vs: �.�v.i'.'c';.-.',.':-'"*" ""t '�It is.officially ostlmate^thatf27?'/il German army corps arjB^ operating �*� v| aiost -Russia. Four h^nd^- thousand} ^J; Oormansj'*nd AuatriBnB.j.haveiiirBady ^j-. been falcen prisoners!-and their KlWerl and wounded, are three or, four tlin*' 6 78 73 ?.-D ;