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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta , THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915 T H E LE T H B RID (J E' t) A11, Y HERALD PAGE TjBREE IRE NEW RULES FOR RAM ADOPTED GRAND CIRCUIT MAKES SOME CHANGES-MONTREAL A MEMBER Detroit, Mich., Jan, 13,-Tb^ stev-rdB made several changes in tU� rules Koveming the grand circuit, but failed to adopt the four-heat racing system reoommended by the rules' committee at Its meetlngin Cleveland last month, Hereaifter each individual assodation nay adopt any ayitem it desires. Aftei: this year ellglblUty to early closing events will be detiermin-ed according to a horse's race record, whether �winning or losing. New Members Detroit, Mich., Jan. 13.-Pittsburg and Fort Brie will not be activ� members of the Grand Circuit this year. Tbe atiswards of the harness racing organization, in session here today, lirepared the 1915 racing schedule and ndded Montreal to the circuit. The Canadian city was siven two race meetings of thre6 days each to fill the gap caused by the withdrawal of Fort Erie and Pittsburg. Indianiipolis, Jan. U. - Afc least $300,000, conservatively estimated, will bo oKeied in prise money this  year for automobile racing, with tho possibility that this amount may be increased to $400,000. Indianapolis, as usual, heads the list with a guaranteed cash purse of $50,000,'and the accessory prizes and trophies aggregating $25,000 mote. The sur'e purses, carefully computed, seem to be sis tollows, in the order of their impottahce : andianapotis ........................ Sioux City.......................... Omaha.......................... Tacoma............................... Venice............................. ^Vanderbilt.......................... Grand Prize......................., Elgin .............................. El Paso-San Diego.................. Los Angoles-Phoenix .....10,000 Oklahoma City....... 10,000 G^iabufg-;.vJh...:.;......;;;;...;;.;..... 5;qoo Galveston................................. 5,000 Uniontowu Hill Glimb ............ 5,000 $50,000 25,000 ; 25,000 15,000 . 15,000 10,000 10,000 ,10,000 . 10,000 Total ..................................,.$205,000 Other purses which may be added, provided the plans of their promoters are realized, are Chicago, $50,000, New York $50,000, Minneapolis $50,-OOOj Detroit $25,000, and Los Angft-les $10,000, together with minor.M-fetings lj>y dirt tracks, such as Kalamazoo, Peoria, Grand Rapids, etc., from $2,500 on down. FIGHTE'RS INJURED IN BOUT Plynn Breaks Wrist and Reich Suffer* Sprain Now Yofk. N.y., .Ian. 13.-Jim Flynn, the Pueblo fireman, broke his left wrist, and Al Reich, former national amateur heavyweight champion, sprained bis right wrist in their 10-round bout In Brooklyn tonight. F^iynn's accident came In the second round; -and Helch's in the third, but they fought on, using their uninjured ibands'iin offensive work, and their other arm defensively. Belch had the better of It,until his wrist was sprained, and made a wild rally in the I�th, using the injured hand for several effective blows. From the fourth to the ninth inclusive, Flynn outfought Itelch. Flynn weighed 1S7 and Reich 207 pounds. "WILD BILL' AFTER TWO DETROIT TIOE'R PLAYERS Detroit, Mich., Jan. 13.-Manager "Bit'i" Donovan of the New York Americans, in Detroit today, discussed with President Navln of the local baseball club, the proposed transfer of First Baseman Pipp and Outfielder High from the Tigers to the Ne'w York team. Mr, Navln announced tonight no deal for the sale of the two players bad been completed. Manager Donovan, however, said, he expected to acquire both men before leaving here.     SHUGRUE BESTED CROSS * N�w York, N.Y., Jan. 1!? - .Too Shugnie of Jorsey City had the better of Leach Cross:: of this city In seiven rounds of their ten-rouiitl bout here tonight. 4>  4> fearly 150,000 persons have attended boxing ?xhibitiOfiS in the state," says the report. "The commission has J>�en' stringr ent in enforcing the law aiwl Wiere have been few vi�lati6ns. The clubs licensed by the commission are conducted by reputable m�n and crowds attending exhibitions 'are. orderly. Nearly 600 shows have been held siiioe the law went into effect abd there bas not been anyone seriously injurai' in any of t*ese exhibitions. "All contests are supervised by referees licmsed by this commission who enforce strictly the laWs and rules', of the,commission. Boxers are reqiiired to pass a physical examination by a physician appointed by the conunis-sion before engaging in a contest.'' RICHMOND TERRITORY PURCHASED POR THE INTERNATIONAL L^AQUE Richmond; Va., Jan. 13.-An organization of local business man today-purchased for 112,500, the Vliiginia Baseball I�ague's right to Richmond territory with a view to the traAefer here of the Baltimore International league dub. Manager Duiin. of the Baltimore clubj will confer bete tomorrow *lt,li; the purchasers. -' EDDIE MeGOORTY LIKES � AUSTRALIA, BUT OH, ' THOSE LAUNDRIES Chicago, ni,, Jan. 13.-"It is the greatest sporting Qountry in the wortd, and everybody seems to hav� money over there,"OBddteMe-Goorty said today, in discussing Australia with a party of friends. "But they have some funny ideas about things. One of the biggest hits of ray life wasaiade by a laundryman over there. When I landed there I had a, *unch' ot ftne coat shirts that I hf* made Just before I left America. "When I sent them to the laundry for the first time in Australlav they came back to me firmly sewed up .the front. Evidently they never heard of the coat shirt style over there. To rub it in an item for repair work on my fine n�w linen was Included in the bill." nNESTBILUARDmi CALGARY MAKES PROUD CLAIM 4 FOR NEW CUE PARLORS Calgarv, Jan. M.-Calgary Is to have thn fmest and most up-tci-date billiard parlors in Canada when the Ryle Billiard Parlors in the Norman block, 128 Eighth avenue west is completed.; The room has 7,500 square feet of floor space, and will have 20 tables, specially made by the Brunswick BaJke Co. of Tbronto. There will be 10 English billiard tables, four American, and six pockfit tables, all.made of Cirassion walnut and inlaid with mother of pearl. The equipment in full is the latest and best that can'ae made. The floor will be carpeted with a flne Wilton carpet made to order by the Hudson's Bay company, to fit the room. The lighting will be the very latest, which is,indirect; not ^ shadow will be seen in the entire room. Mr. Ryle is from Edmonton, where he was connected with the Empire billiard hall, which is the largest in the world on cue floor. CURLING Four matches in the local competitions were played at the Curling rink last night. The McCuUook, Mar-noch, Wales and Boyd rinks were victorious. The schore : A. McCuIloch.... 7 Hugh Scott .... 6 J. Marnoch.......11 L. W. Clark ... 9 Jack Wales....... 9 J. S. Smith 7 H. Boyd............11 Geoi. Stacey .... 8 LADIES PLAY Two ladies' matches were played last night, each being decided by a margin of three points. Mrs. Aird.......... 9 Miss Nimmons.. 6 Miss Stewart.... 5 Miss Aird ....... 8 GAMES TONIGHT �The draws for tonight in the local competitions resulted as follows : 7.15 P. M. K. D. Johnson vs. J. P. Hamilton. Hugh Boyd vs. S. J. Shepherd. Jas. Aird vs. T. R, Davidson. R. R. Davidson vs. A. MoCuUoch. 8 P. M. J. Marnoch vs. Hugh Scott. K.. D. Johfflscai vs. Wf J. Nelson. Dr. W. H. Marrs vs. .0. E. Cart�rry R. S. Smith vs. John Bruce. BONSPIEL ENTRIES Two outside towns have entered rinks already lor the district bon-spiel which commences, here next Tuesday. Three rinks have been entered from Fernic and two from Cranbrook. v The trophies and prizes for the bon-spiel. will be put on display at Wright's Jewelry store. HEAVY CHECKING WON^ CAME FOR ONTARI08 Ottawa* Ceiildn't Stand the Gruelling Treatment Meted Out Toronto, Ont.,'jah. 13.-Ottawa tonight failed to stand up under the ihard checking of thie locals, and On-, tarios turned them doT^n by a score of 5 to 3. The game at times was featured with some fast hockey, but ther� was much chopping in evidence, which marred ihe game from a spectator's standpoint Liesseu'e wonderful work in goal i tor Ontarios and Dufor's stick handlinc and shootiar for Ottawa were the outstanding features. CARPET BALL The members; of the Moose and Posties' teams will play their round, as per original schedule, Friday sight. Game starts 8.16 sharp. The Old Chestnut Ad Wolgast says he is rounding into his old-time form. The Dutchman soon will be back in the ring, break-. Ing his arms whenever he loses. �fuSMrife Snow Zudora In Tluiilioanr't CreMMt PhManhy. CHECKER TOURNAMENT AT THE Y.M.C.A. . A oommlttee,;under the direction of Mr. McQ. Ybunfl, is arranging for a checker tournament, which Is to take place at the "Y,V beginning on Wednesday, January.20. Names must be handed in not. later than Tuesday night, the 19th.-' The tournament will be exclusively for men. Rules governing the games will be "The Standard Laws" a>:^^Lee'B "Guide to the Game.of Chec|��r�.'' A prlie will be awarded the jj(ipi?�r, of the greatest number ofgarnifft .Any man wishing to enter will blit welcomed. GI^NERALS PLAY FOOTBALL Dublin, .laOi liL-rrA letter received here - ffom the.i^fwnt,says that; last week a football match was played between the staffs of the first and second cavalry divisions. Major-Qeneral Gough and Majof-General Byng played oiii opposing Bides. The result of thesmatch. is'not,.f tated. but a return match was arrajft^ie^. 'i;' football game In which two msOSr-generals took part Is probably a unique record in military operations. ORGANIZED BALL PREPARES FOR SUIT GhioagOi �111., .Tan. 13.-Representatives of organized (baseball met horo today and jplanned the defence ol! the suit brought by the Federal league under the Sherman anti-trust law, which comes up before United States District Judge Landis, January 20. CLARENCE TAKES REINS Chicago, 111, Jan. 13.-Clarence Rowland, new manager of the Chicago Americans, reached the city today and at once assumed his duties as leader. Ho announced that the squad would leave on its training trip to California February 12 or 16. BELGIAN WRESTLER HURT Montreal, Que., Jan. 13.- ofer ^Jack^i ,R IsTKeTob&cco You Chew Clean ? CHEWING TOBACCO is the only black chewing tobacco wrapped in separate plugs and iintoucbiod by it is manufactured until it^. reaches you- And the Plug is FULL STRENGTH Each : wrappt^ .:ipli|V . ^aUina r  *^ ioiert so much aoufht after for niakiBff > a variety of articles. , ing ahead with all possible, speed. Specia) trains have been' dispatched,, carrying proyisiohs and > nurses and government,officials hav^been or-, dered to provide all necessities; for the stricken people. '^^ �' SORA RAZED TO GROUND Londwi, Jah, 14, 8:35 a.m.-A despatch from Rome to the I>aiily. 'ij^vr^ j^ives the.-lollowing official 'statements' issued .therei regarding.','the �art)i^ quake : ' ' "The, .district,of .Sulmo!na..is, badly damaged "and this victims-are''ntoer-ous. Twenty persons were killed amd many injured at Vilalgo. Rescue work has 'started at PopoU and Pentina, where many houses are damaged. "The damage is extensive at Aquila and Isola, Deliri and several i other small towns in the province of Rome. "The villaKc of Sora has. been razed to tlie ground. "At fcJulmonu, the barracks, St. Dominico's Church and maiiy houses collapsed, whilo others threatened to fan. "Loss of life is feared it Chietii Teramo and other town in Abruzzi."  TRAIN DISAPPEARS '  Rome, Jan; 14.-The fate of Avet-zano, sixty-three miles east of Rome, land the surrcvmdine Abruzzi'country called the Italian Switzerland, and which has become one of tbe most fertile lands of Italy, has'plUn�ed the whole country into the deepest mourning. In thi.s section which suffered most severely from the quake of yesterday, there seems to have been a repetition of tha earthquake at Messina. It is in part a rocky and inaccessible country, and- practically all communication has been interrupted for the train which should have arrived in Ronif? yesterday morning from Aquila, has disappeared, and so far it has been impossible to trace it.' KING'GOES BY'.AUTO' * Despite the fact that � communication by carriage roads has-been inte>r-ruptcd, King Victor Emmknuel,'not-witlistanding contrary advice, intends to attempt to reach the''place of disaster by auto. News received ', from Arpino, 30 miles south'of Avczzario, says that fqrty. persons were killed there and 110 wounded. The Cicero" tower at Arpino, in'memory of the great Roman orator born there, collapsed as a result of the shock. The under prefect-of Sora, 25 .miles south of Avezzano, telegraphs thai half the town has been razed. He implores assistance.. TO-NIGHT TEMPTATION IS THE TEST OP MANKIND -"ANON" A PAGE FROM LIFE This !s a splendid portriyat>�f emotions and Is acted with that charm and finesse �o prevatenjt In Starland features. The Outcome Is a Strong^ Moral Drama, stanliig Mary Pickford Other Attraction^ -i^j! 4,' .d\ ORCHESTRA GRAND CARNIVAL auditorium RINK r^y (Coverad) ' . FOUB PRIZES Citizens Band HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR A COLD; Sajnt CtMm AfsXM i% Xoatrib ; Opmw'-Alr Paamgos Right U�. ; Instant relief-no waiting. Your cloBged nostrils open right up; the air pasBagea of: your head clear and yoi; can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness. No struggling for, breath at night; your.cold or catarrh disappears.; ' Gpt a small'bottle of Ely's' toreani, Balm from your druggist noM'Apifcl;^ a little of this fra^ut, ''-adtlseptfc, hauling cream; In your'. Jioltrllsj �'rlt penetnit'M'through ;'eyeiy'air'pas ,of ,;thp head.;,spoJt.hes the �'in�ljlmi9&''0r Bwoll^h mucous'membrane' and relief -obmes'''Instantly.�����  .,-,j.,v ', It's juit fine. Don't~^'Mif sufferer is in constant dread, the .wati er passes sometimes .with a scaldihgr^jiS^^: sensation and is very profuse r'againin-i'jlf there Is difficulty la avoiding it. � ,r'li|;';f| Bladder weakness, most folks call It," because they can^t control urlna-^.Si'b'; tlon. Whilo it is extremely annoyingviw%'! and. sometimes very , painful, ;thlBr'i8'*;(:* really one of the most simple ailr.ffiS' mjents to overcome. Get about four.%'gS ounces of Jad Salts from your phar,^K7-maclst.and take ai'tajbleapoonful'tlniaip^^^^ 'glass of water before breakfast, con->;i; tlnue this for two or three days, /WiJaSgp ,will neutralize the acids in the urine' ,80 it-no longer lB?a;B.ouroei of':)rrl):al|!|| tlon to the bladder and ,urinary �drsIM gans which then 'act'normally-a||ali|M Jad Salts is'inex^hsive.'hannleBsp and is made from the aci(di of: grii^WV. and lemon juice, comblripd'with UtHlsfiA?| and Is used.by thousaads^of folks'wKo'-'i'i -^re^sulljject to uritjaiy'.attdrdera-iaiF'' "* , Here you'have u lucssant, eif�-r cent Uthia-iK^ter drl&^T.wliicli qiiic reUevo^ 'bladS^rJ ivviblf ' t'dld fc ;