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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUBSnAY, JANtTARY 12, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD �n TONIGHT 3 BIG REELS-.-Terrific Fighting On The High Seas THE BATTUNG BRITISH Also THE TREY HEARTS, 2 Big Reels TENNIS CHAMPION A Captain Foulkes, Now at Salisbury Plain, Awarded That Honor-From Victoria Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 11.-Captain J. P. Foulkes oJ Victoria, has been awarded first place in the official ranking of the North Pacilic International Lawn Tennis associatiora, aocording to an announ 4> 4> *  RACING TO BE RESUMED IN FRANCE B.C. INTERIOR HOCKEY Rossland, B.C., Jan, 11.-Au early Winter has enabled the Kooitenay country to malca a good start in hockey. The West Kootensy Dlvlalona'i Hockey lea�ue has been re-organized, with teams representin;? Rossland, Nelson and Trail, and the schedule of games has been begun. Trail, chanii^itns of last season, has already defeated Nel-i�xn at Nelson, and Rossland � TralL gpiaylng at Rossland, Rossland defeated Nelson. Trail has the same team as last year. Rossland has halt its old team, and half of the Nelson team of last year, who have since removed to Rossland. Nelson Is using a team of Intermediates aa seniors. A noteworthy feature of the season's sport. Is that, In view of the financial stringency and'the demand for money for charitable purposes, all three teams are playing without remuneration, LEE MA6EC CASE POSTPONED TILL JUNE Cinolnnatli Ohio, Jan. 11.-After tiearlng preliminary arguments in the BUit filed by the American Baseball and Athletic Exhibition Co.,.seeking'to restnain-' Lee Hoernsbeineyer, known in basebaU circles as Lee Magee, from managing any or playing (-with aity other team than the St. Louis Nationals, ^U.S. District Judge Holllster today postponed the case until June 16. . " �  � �  4 �   � B0XINGM8 THE MONARCH >� �> OF ALL NAVY SPORTS � *� �� Wvv London.-Through a. patriot- �> gloyes were distributed at � r> Christmas'time amonc the var- v> ious ships composing the Brl- > tish fleet. Boxing still re- � > the : soldiers were*'welcomed 0> >> more than anything else. A weather permits, among the troops sent: to the reserve for ^ i� their periodical rests. ..  �  �  9' � � � �> � Havre, France, Jan. 11.- The chief race courses In Pai'ls -Longohamps and Auteuil- are to be vacated by the war authorities, and placed at the disposal of their owners once more. It a sufficient niimber; of horses can be got together/ racing will cominence at the usual spring date, beginning with steeplechaslng. i The JiUft-nrban course of St. Ofieii.ls, also being prepafecl for early use. ? [ lEIM IHOEG mESSIIII m HDI S BIG eONSP CieSE AT HAND Crow's Nest Branch R.C.C.C. Holds Annual Even': Here This Month The Medicine Hat News.speaks well of the hockey match participated in by the Lethbrldge team at the Hat Saturday. The News report: Tlie hockey game on Saturday niijht was a whirlwind. It was fast at all times and there was scoring enoufl;h to make the ultimate result always', in doubt. The first period vris particularly, fast, both teams travelling at mid-season clip. If this game'is a sample of the brand of hockey we are going, to have this winter, the old link should be packed to overflowing for every match. The final score was Medicine Hat 13, Lethbrldge 12. From the spectators' point of view the gaime was full of.pepper and there was something stirring every minute. The crowd got their money's worth several times over, and the rootii^ was strong and strenuous, no doubt helping our boys to win ait critical moments. The Lethbrldge boys all played a mighty fine game and with . little more practice will be a combination v�y hard to beat. They are handicapped at home by the smallness of the rink.they have, and this no doubt would.count against them when playing on larger ice. TKey expect to play here again in a coupile of weeks when all the hockey fans will be treated toi another real hockey match. The fourth annual Uonspicl of the Crow's Nest Branch of the Royal Caledonian Curling club of Scotland, ie billed to take place at Lethbrldge on January 19,20 and, 21. Curlliig rinks from Cranbrook, Fcrnie, Mac-leod, Taber, Granum, Vulcan, Car-mangay, Nanton, Medicine Hat and probably other points will be here for the contests. The local players of the roariti' game have been brushing up for the big 'spiel and a. good Lethhrtdge representation will be competing in the various contests. Cranbrook and Fernie curlers have always been keenly interested in this star annual event of the curling realm of southern Alberta and eastern British Columbia and are sure to send a delegation of experts. Macleod has been the scene of much curling this season, and the contenders from that quarter will be bound to give - good account of themselves. Taber, too, is getting equipped for the contests and a strong bunch is expected from there. Whether Medicine Hat will be represented is problematical but it they send anybody it will be thsir best. There is not a town that will be represented here that has not a high class rink or two anil if the weather gives the bonspiel a fair shake a great and glorious occasion will be recorded without a doubt ICK SOFT LAST NIGHT There were no competitica games played at the rink last night. Only one sheet of ice was fit to play on, which was devoted to*a scratch game between Stafford and Davidson rinks. Stafford's rink won 9 to 8. A local merchant has hinted that he is considering a trophy for ladies' competition. This would boost the interest in the ladies' branch of the curling club considerable. Ho More Piles Simple TcM Eemedy Eaaily Applied Oivei ftnickSelief-and Coat* Sothiair to Tzy. Til* Fyrudd Sarflc from a Simla TiUL  Pyramid Pile RpinsAy gives quick relief, stops itching, hleedlng or protruding piles, hemorrhoids and all rectal troubles,' in tlie privacy of your own home. ' pyramid Pile Remedy is for sale atall .dnigglsts, 50c o. box. A single box.ofteU'.cure.s. A trial tToatment will fae mailed free for tlie asking: Pyramid Drug Co., .517 Pyramid BIdg:, rMa.'-slial), Mich.-^Advt. Convention Delegates CONTINUED' FROM FRONT PAGE No Fear of Zeppelins CONTINUED FUOM FRONT PAGE HARRIERS CLUB IS THE LATEST THING IN-Y" FORMATIONS A group of cross-country runners got together last night at the Y.M. C.A., and organized a cross-cocmtry club with T. A. Donoghue as captain amd W. R. Suter in the capacity of secretary. The intention of the club is to develop interest in cross-country running, which, it properly indulged in, is one of the most healthful recreations, even it one does not follow It in the hope of becoming champion distance runner. If indulged in moderately it. strengthens every part of the body. Sonie persons have the idea that cross-country running necessarily reduces the weight. If indulged in properly it will put on weight besides toning up the entire body. Net only is it good for distance runners, but in a modified form is invaluable for football players, and those who merely want some good conditioning exercise. The first run-out of this club will be on Friday night at 9.30, directly after the senior gymnasium class, when a very short initial run'along the route of 4th avenue, 13th street and 3rd avenue, flnishiiig at.the "Y" with a good hot shower bath and rub-down. All men who are interested are invited to turn out. FIVE-PIN COMPETITION TO BE STAGED AT "Y" CUP DRAW, SECOND ROUND London, Jan. 11.-The draw for the second round pf the English Football Association, Cup, to be played on Set-urday, January 30, on the grounds of the first named clubs, was made today, as follows : Westdvam United or Newcastle United vs. Swansea Town. Sheffield Wednesday vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers. .Fulham vs. Soutbamptcn. Brigibton and Hove Albion vs. Birmingham or Crystml Palace. .Everton vs. Bristol City. Bradford City vs. Middlesborough. Preston North End or Manchester City vs. Aston Villa. Oldham Athletic vs. Rossdale. Hull City vs. Northampton. Bolton. Wanderers vs. Millwall Athletic. Bury or Plymouth Argyle vs. Bradford. Slieflield United vs. Liverpool. Burnley vs. Bristol Rovers or Southend United. Swindon Town or Chelsea vs. The Arsenal. Norwich City vs. Tottenham Hotspurs. Queen's Park Rangers vs. Leeds Citv. J. D. Higiribptham, who occupied the chair during the reorganization, called upon W. A. Buchanan, M. P., for a few woifds. Mr. Buchanan steered clear of politics, merely, pointing out, that the political truce had been broken here and in other constituencies in Alberta, and it behooved the Liberals to beiready, and by tire look of the meeting they were "Ueady, aye, ready." � The delegates . were selected from the various polls as constituted at the last Dominion election, and are as follows : Poirsi-Philip" Miobach, .Jolm Bruce. Poll 52-Cbas. Kerr, VV. R. Brown. Poll 58-H. A. McKillop, Dr. Gal- braith, F. W. Downer. Poll 54-J. b. 'Higinbothami W. H. Peebles, S. B. Mitchell, J. R. Palmer, J. Harris. Poll 55-A. G. Virtue. Poll 56-Louis' Moore, Wra. Knowl- den, Wm. Lloyd. Poll 57-C. S. Donaldson, A. Williamson. Poll 58-Steve Begala ; alternate, D. ' Sabora. Poll 59-James Moore. The meeting = closed with the singing of the Natidnal Anthem and three rousing cheers'for Sir Wilfrid Laurier. It was announced at the roesting (that the convention tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 cJi the K. P. hall is open for every Liberal in the new riding, in case a vote takes place voting will bc'Trestricted to the accredited delegatpi: S.' J."Shepherd will preside. '' * ' The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power company of Calgary, Limited, is applying for a change of name to the Calgary Gas Company, Limited. STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD S�rs Cream Applied In Nostrils Relieves Head-Colds at Once. EGAN TO UMPIRE FOR' FEDS Quits American League Staff, According to Bill Brennan The Y.M.C.A. bowling committee have 6et up a five-pin individuar competition, and the list for "entries is now. on the "Y" bulletin board; all those who are interested are leciaest-ed to get their names down as soon as possible. The highest �core to count, and a pair of bowling shcos will be awarded to the winner. TORONTO HOCKEY MANAGER STRICKEN WITH APPENDICITIS Toronto, Jan. 11,-Manager Jack Mars'hall of the Torontos was on Thursday operated on at the General hospital for appendicitis. Marshall has not been feeling "well since the Wanderer match here a week ogo. The operation proved a. Bucceas, and Marshall has every chance for a complete recovery. Ov/ner Frank Robinson of the Torontos will take charge of the team. Marsliall {frill i play no more hockey this season. Big Frenchman iHappy Lai-ry :LaJoie Is feeltng,Jtbankfui tliese days. After playint with .the. CUve^ land Naps (or lo theae many yean the great batter and second buen}Bn will at last become a, member of a real Iballolub- ,. , Chicago, 111., Jan. 11.-Jack Bgan has joined the staff of Federal 16a-gue umpires, according to an announcement by Bin Brennan^ chief of staff of the Federal league umpires. Umpire Bgan, it is said; was not offered a 1915 contract by the American league. Ban Johnson, president of the Am-'erlcan league, announced tonight that the following, would constitute his staff of umpires for 1915: Billy Kvans, Tom Connolly, "Sillc" O'Loughlln, Bin Dlneen, George Hil-debrand, OUle Chill, veterans, and Dominlck Mullany, former catcher, and Jaoli Nallin of the Iritertnediate league. If your nostrils,are clogged and your head is stuffed and you can't breathe freely .because of a cold or catarrh, juet get a; small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm at any drug store. Apply a little of tliis fragrant, antJ-septlc cream into your nostrils and let it penetrate through every air passage of your head, soothing and healing the inflamed, swollen mucous membrane and you get instant relief. All! how good it. feels. Your nostrils are open, ybiir head is clear, no more hawking, snuffing, blowing; no niore headache, dryness or strugglmg for breatli. Ely's "Cream Balm is just what sufferers from head colds and catarrh need. It's a delight. Sold by J.. D, Higinbotham & Co., Limited, Druggists.-Advt. As for an air raid on London, everybody admits its possibility and even likcJiliood, ]}ul tlie story published tj the effect that there have been many eager to rent spacious cellars well Underground i.s t))e veriest pioonsliiiie. Several tliousaiul inhabitants of Scarborougli quitted the town after the Germaji criii.sois' vi.sit. The Queen Margcii school and .several other large boarding scliools are being established elsewhere, pending the dawji of liettLT days. Those in the /ir.st night of iufjiUves have mostly returned loiu; since while each day brings fresh 'faces. They are curious folk who stroil leisurely around examining the ri.ssurf'.s, walls and e.vca-vatioiis. I Sl'IRlT OF UNITY i Arthur Henderson, M.P., one of the i soundest of the Labor leatlurs. .and,' created a I'rivy Councillor at Nev;; Year's, speaking at Manchester yes-' tcrday, said if ho had one desire above others, it wa.s that nothing should be done to disturb the ma,j!;iii-ficent spirit, of unity prevailing in the country. He therefore regretted the [�'disposition on the part of a section of the community to introduce the apple of discord'.in the agitation for conscription or compulsory service. The voluntary system was proving an unqualilied success, he said. BERLIN OFFICIAL Berlin, Jan. 12.-Severe fighting is in progress today ' for possession of positions now in the hands of Germans on the heights to the south of Cernay in Upper Alsace, according to the German official announcement i.s-suod today at Army headquarters. French attacks, which were begun last night, are reported to have been repulsed, with heavy losses, but the French returned to the attack at dawn today. In the lighting in .the eastern part of the Argonne forest during the past five days, the Germans claim to haVe taken prisoners seven officers and 1,-600 men. The repulse of French attacks in the region of Perthes and at Ailly, and the capture of a French position along the ancient Roman highway, which runs � through the Argonne, are the only otlier activities in the western arena mentioned in the report. . In norrfiern Poland the Germans claim that a forward movement of the Russians was checked. FRENCH OFFICIAL Paris,. .Jan.. 12, .2.45. p.m.-The FYench War Office this afternoon gave out a statement as follows: "From the sea to the Oise, there was yesterday an intermittent cannonading, fairly violent at certain places, "On the Aisne, to the north of Sols-sons, determined attacks have been delivered against the trenches occupied by us on the 8th and 10th. The enemy during yesteraay attacked our positions several times. We repulsed hlin, and-we took possession of more trenches. "From Soissons to Reims, there wera'-artlUery exchanges. Our lieo.vy artillery responded effectively to the batteries and' the mine throwers of the Germans. "In Champagne, in the region of Souain, there was yesterday very active shooting by our, artillery, directed against the positions of our enemies near Perthes. "Le Fortin, situated to the north of the Beausejour farm, was the scene of a desperate encounter. The enemy succeeded in setting un a trench at a point within a series of field, works, the commanding position of which was held by us. The fghtiug is still going on. "In the Argonne, and as far as the Meuse, there is nothing to report. "On the heights of the Meuse, there have been two German attacks, one at the forest ot Consenvoye, and the other afthe forest of Bouchot. Each was repulsed. "To the southeast of Clrey-sur-Vez-ouse, one of our detachments surprised and put to flight a German company, which was pillaging the village of St. Souveur. "In the Vosges and m Al&ace the day passed quietly. Bad weathei- and the snowstorm continues." 1 EMPRESS lie --~ mmmM The Home of The Famous Players j^m^ tsssm TONIGHT Your Last Chance to sec the 14th Installment of lucilie love The EIrl af Misterf On Wednesday, the First of The Famous Players: The Aftermath will be aho-wn, and next week starting Monday, the Girl with the Mystic Power will be shown. Her name is ZUDORA THE HOBO TENOR WILL SING "THE FLIGHT OF AGES" Horry Benfaara the Hero in Zudarm, Tliuilioii-er** GrcAtett Photoplar SI SKATING TONIGHT -AT THE- People's Rink Skating 8-10.30 p.m. Ice is in Perfect Condition. Admission 15c II � GASKELL'S ORCHESTRA -AT THE- People's Rink Tomorrow Night ADMISSION: ADULTS.................26c CHILDREN ...............15c CLABBY CONTINUES DRILL FOR BOUT WITH GIBBONS Chicago, ill., J�n. 11. - Jimmy Clabby, the Hammond middleweight, put In a few strenuous licks yesterday training for his scrap with Mike Gibbons in Milwaukee on January 21. Clabby isn't overlooking any chances to be as fit as the proverbial fiddle. He realizes he will meet, one ot the toughest foes in his division In 5ess than two weeks, hence the early start, The Moosier miller ;)attled. four rounds, going two against, Willie Sohaefer and two with Jac)i;> Moran. The workout, held In Bernstein's syn>-nasium, was spirited throughout. . Clabby also has a boi^t pending With, Al McCoy, to be fought durinc the^flrst week of neat moiith. Manager UelitenetetB ia negottatlng with New Yorl; prenotere, IF BACK HURTS BEGIN ON SALTS Flush the Kidneys at once when Back-achy or Bladder bothers-Meat forms uric acid. No man or woman who �ats meat reg-ularly can make a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which clogs the kidney pores so they-sluggishly filter or stram only part of the waste and poisons from the blood, then you get sick. Nearly all rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble, nervousness, constipation, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders come from sluggish kidneys. The moment you.feel a dull ache In the kidneys or your back hurts, or if the. urine Is cloudy, offensive, tuU of sediment, irregular of passag^^ or attended iby a sensation of scalding, get aibout lour ounces of Jad Salts from any reliable pharmacy and take a tea-spoonful ' In a glass of water before bi"eakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from tho acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined �ith UthJa and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to activity, also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritatioii, thus ending bladder disorders. , . Jad Salts is ,inexpensiye amj cannot injure; itjakes a delightful effervescent llthla-water drink which all regular meat eaters slibuld take now and then to'.keep the kidneys clean and thi? bloo'd^iure, thereby avoiding serious kldner coinpiicatiohs. Sold by j. o. KIslnttotham 'a Co.; Limited. . At Police Court One of the dependents on the oity, who i-RS been fed by the municipality for several days, got obstreperous yesterday, and was hailed into police court on a vag. charge. The magistrate said that he must serve 30 days in the barracks. CAPTAIN E. J. W. SPREAD Gets the new Military Cross.' He is a member of the Royal North Lanea shire Regiment, but is a graduate of Upper Canada College and the Royal Military College, Kingston, He was promoted to his present rank after be ing mentioned in dispatches. He wears the Carnegie medal for rescuing twenty women and children in the Iroquois Theatre fire In Chicago in 1904. The Military Cross ranks next to the Victoria Cross C.P.R. Putting Up Ice The C.P.R. .jce-house is the-scene of activity todKV. � The company commenced putting up the annual, store ot ice and 5000 tons will be harvested. The ice is ci fins quailtytiand^,is coming from.the Crow's Nest Lake. SKATING TONIGHT Auditorium Rink (COVERED) Carnival and Band Thursday ADULTS 25c-eftectfvA tonic fb&f-'id .�would quiokly dispel- all traces of the , i.catarrhalpolson from the system: Tbe i'|>rescrlptlon ;which.:;.waB eventually for-imulated and';whlch"'haB aroused the be- J Jlef  that ^catarrhal deainiess- and boa^'fm nijtsea-wlli,soon bp extinct ,1b. given "be-10^1 .ln::tuidersjtaadable Jorm so that-^.s^ffl "anyone; can* treat,* themselves in their/ .p\v^ homerat'Uttle: eispepse. i-iSecure �rom'your::i iworth. , Take'thls;lj6nie and add to it;, iiplnt of hot water and 4 oz. of gran- i ,ulatod-sugar; stir.vunttl; dissolved;iiiv. iSfke'one-taiblespoonful four timesSa' -ll ,'JParmint is.iiBed.in this way ijotMi>i^6m, 73 01?3 ;