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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta US Auditorium Rink Crowded,to Doors Last Night---TwoiLittle-Girls^ih-Blue Costume Pick of the Ladies' Make-Ups-An Indian Costume Won Gentlemen's Prize The Auditorium Rink, "made good" Wltli tlieir carnlvallaat night; so good that In,a fortnight they will put on another, . Every �In'oh ot available space was claimed by the spectators, and It 'itieBtimated that' clcae to 600 people'were out to see the fun. ' Prizes were given for the best-dressed lady, and b^st dressed gentleman, best comic costume worn by lady, and best comic costume worn by gentle-men. v' ,'� The.-beat dressed lady's prize was won jointly by Miss Hunter and Mrs. McCorvle in a costume ot the two little ^Irls.'in blue; Miss''', P'odBei" captured the prize given for Uie best comic costume. She Wore'ft'fclownish outfit. / An Indian costume worn by'J. Gll-lis carried off first prize for the best dressed gentleman, and Bert Taylor dressed a^ a- millionaire tramp, was awarded first for the heat comic makeup. ' AU the familiar stage characters were represented on the vice; theiJew, the negro minstrel, the Iflshman, the down. Some of the nations were represented, too, Canada being :conspic-UouB in a clover muUe-up. The judges were, Messrs. Hugh Taylor, James Smith, \Vm. Minor.' They had their troubles making a selection, so close were the.competitors In the matter' of excellence. The judging commenced at 9 o'clock, and concluded about 9.45. During this period only those In mask were allowed on the ice, and there was a merry throng seen cutting a daaii on skates. The ice was In splendid condition, and the citizens .band played good music. The people of Lethbrldge evidently like this form of amusement. .-' I LAWYERS AT MACLEOD CURLING MATCH IN WHICH MEN OFrvLAW CAME OFF VICTORIOUS Matleod, A!ta.i Jan. 14.-An interesting curling-match took plade at the Macleod Rinks yesterday afternoon, when4he Bankers and Lawyers of the town challenged, one another to a con-. test.., learned friends," however, were far too good for the custodians of the .people's money, and ran out easy^victors by^lS to 4. The teams were composed as follows: liawyers-G.' R, Davis, W. S. Gray, J. AV. McDonald, D. G. McKenzie (skip). . � Bankers-A. H; Allen (Commerce), H. Bennett (Commerce), P. McHae (B.NA;), >M. E. Grey (Northern Crown), skip, v ^ CANADIAN DEFEATS FRANK BARRIEAU KNOCKS OUT BILL LULOFF IN SIXTHi ROUND Wallace, Idaho, Jan. 14.-'Frank Bar-rleau, champion welterweight ^of. Vancouver, knocked out Bill Luloff, oham-IPlion middleweight of Montana; at Burke, Monday night. In the middle of the sixth round of a sciieduled IE-round bout. Barrieau was'2C-pounde lighter thati Luloff, but had his heavier antagonist on the defensive from the tap of th-e gong, and pummeled him to all corners ot the ring, A punch to the kidneys and a right to the jaw ended the fight. A large crowd attended. Dan Hunt was the third man iri the ring. :-\r BIG lINE-yP FOR r FIVE-PIN UP �� ^ �> St. Mike's, showed them all to be ^whittled off a difference of one-sixty-fourth of an inch. "When we took the Ice, I noted that Nagle, Henry and the others were unable to turn. A� soon as Nagle went on, he fell down and hurt himself with his stick," said Father Stanton. The management Jiad sharpened the skates sideways, and it-wasn't till wefll Into the second period that the boys wore the edge down and got going. ''' Skates Disappeared Last year before the second game in Cleveland, Angus Duford left his skates to be sharpened. It was exr plained ten minutes before the game that the sharpening plant was broken down, and that the skates had to be sent out for sharpening. They were iiot ready for the game, and Angle had to perform on Manager Shannon's 1803 model Lunns. College broke the attendance record In their last game at Cleveland. Forty-two hundred was the official attendance on Saturday night. This is 500 In excess of the former record, also made by College last year. � PAGB^-.OT!lS!B;^'i|ip TURNS D mm FED OFFER H.^a FAITH IISiG 1914 IN BRAVES REPEAT-PERFORMANCE IN . 1915 Twenty members have signed for the flve-pIn'bowling competition at the "Ir." The score sheet has March 6, between the challenger and the title holder. �> * * ? �   ? GURLING : Boston, Mass., Jan. 14.-Hammering Hank Gowdy has received and turned down an offer of f30,000 from President Gllmore of the Federal league. For some weeks, it leaked out today, scouts from the independents have been on the trail of the Braves' catcher, whose stick work last fall obtained- ohampion8.hlp honors for Boston. Hank admits receiving the offer direct from Gllmore, and it is said a bonus was mentioned, too. Gowdy, however, declared; he felt bound by the terms of his three-year contract with Jtfanager Stallings, and that he was not over anxious to take chances, especially as the prospects of Boston winning th� pennant' and getting another chance at the world's series money looks good to him. COZmNUEpC^OM FRONT PA(}E mlnloii government by wire, to use ovwy. Dllort ,'to secure the raising of the American? embargo. The advantage of American,markets was again sfngularly demonstrated when the western woolgtowor.s, through the courtesy-of UniiW'Sam, received 17 cents fot thelir^Vool last year, when 1;he highest price oftcred by Canadian buyers was 13-cents, their total pro-nt being .abd:ut-|.$80,000. The relief from tariR .BurdlenSj brings in. umall independent^'buyit^,'and so with free i wheat, wo would have an influx ol small indoiwhdent millers. Many of the Western Conservative members oi parliament; -after endorsing free wheat, iistraycd thei'conlidence of their constituents and 'after being subjected to' the machinations of the Millers' association, voted against it. Let special privilege ;and the manufacturers take., care o( Ontario ; the west needs menMn parliament who will stand by theit convictions. � ,THE NAVAL ISSUE Dr. Warnock -discussed the naval question thoroughly, and said that the Liberals would stand where they did in;1911. No Conservative could answer this .question. Three dreadnoughts in the- North Sea might be all right for the man in the shelter of the Rocky Mountains, but not for the people, on the.coasts, who were down on their knees at the outbreak of the war tovthe Japanese, praying for protection. Hon. J. D. Hazen had said that the ships proposed by the Liberals, would be-obsolete before they could be completed, jet the British admiralty Is, using^ the same type of ships m the proftection of our coasts. II the war has done nothing else, it has- demonstrated't'that the Literal naval policy was'right.  PROMISES NOT FULFILLED Touchmg on government relief, Dr. Wamock'Said that this question was TONIGHT ATSTARUND AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS Ladies w31 Receive Art Photos Tomght si Trustee Davidson CONTINUEfi FROM FRONT PAGB ftlr. Fleetwood not only foregoes his 1915 increase' from $1300 to $1400, but IS reduced to $1200, besides taking on the new duties outlined above. The economies eflected so lar include the foregoing by all grade and high school teachers of their annual ulcreaso, and reductions of $50 per annum m the salaries of Mr. Dobson and Miss Fisher oi the High school stall; Mr. Jennings, school carpenter. Was given notice that his duties will end Feb. 28 ; Medical Inspector $200, WANDERERS AT THE TOP LEAD. NATIONAL HOCKEY ASSO-CIATJON-^TI? WITH OTT/^. WAS BROKEN .'faylor's salary is decreased ^ . , -.-^ ... u -ji � T and the Nursing Mission takes $250 bemg made strong handle in Leth- instead of $400 as formerly.. The board also decided that school up to, Its-pronni^Bs, although It was repairs and-ground improvements will designated.as the all merci ul ^v- be practically abolished for this yea?, erntncnt that hands out gifts The .^^^^^ ^ost aboiit$4000 in 1914. manuer.in which, they arc handling It The question of the position and IS a disgrace. .,to the Conservative salary-'of Supt. Hamiltia was set party. They.-had promised seed grain over to every farmerrin need, but were -i-ue board will make an etiort to S^J':,^.^!f'*i"%iitlS?h/�JivT"'ti,?,^h' "avc the. audit of the 1914 accounts patented tofeest^ads only, as the oth- ^^de within the next 10 days, so that the estimates for the present fams tius Jea?.^" y*'" ho attacked without delay. Dr. Warnock was loudly cheered at the - conclusion oJ\fhis,-,hiehly mterest-ing address.^ ; ' NEW "ORG ANIZ ATION . The organization- of the association was effected, rthe:;followmg being mam-tjd;: Presid�rtr.-myor N'. O. Holmes, Glaresholnfeiif'i'lhce-presidentsi, Paul Clarke, OtttanmiVA. H. Knight, Lund-brock KisCrrlidy, Macleod, ;�.R:-A. V^^Uacc, High' Bii^r. Secretary, J. W. McDonald, -'^Macleod. - Executive Committee,, Aleclf-iMorrison,, Coleman; LETHBIGE PRAISED EOR ITS GENEROSITY ., (Calgary- Herald) The provincial h^ad office of the Canadian Red Cross sopiety for Al-Capt.-W. .\. Be*lie,'!Blairmore ; W.iberta today received a magnificent J. McGowan; Frank ; D. L.'-.McIv&i;-,'(contribution from the people of Leth-CoiwlEy;; J. PI. Si^tt, Pincliei; Creek;;jfb'rjdge in the form of a bank draft for 1 EMPRESS iS �m- mmtm^^ The Homo of The Famoui Player* P^^F gssBi TODAY THE MYSTERY OF THE SLEEPINQ DEATH........ 2 REBLS (Featuring Alice Joyce and Tom Moore) THE 8EVEN SEALED ORDERS................ 2 REELS WHEN MEN WEAR SKIRTS; COMEDY............. 1 REEL SLIPPERY SLIM AND HIS TROMBONE ........i.., 1 RSELi HEARST-SELIG WEEKLY; LATEST WAR NEWS.... 1 REEL ii Mr. Badman, the ' MJ MANnAV And tho Emproaa Tramp Tenor UW JIlUlll/Al ' Orehootra Tonloht THE MYSTEiRY OF THE SPOTTED COLLAR THE FIRST INSTALMENT OF THE WONDERFUL ^1 SERIES Burnt beeomoo excltisd In tlie Myttle Room; gr^ibo the ondo of th� Revolving LIghUvand' la killed -by express .our ^^^^ Alberta.Provlnclar Red Cross BiALL CLUB CHANGES COLORS Qiants Will Drop Violet Trimmings for Black Next Season QFFptWORLiyS SERIES Chicago, 'Jan,'-13;-With a view .to oRsetting the world's baseball sBrics, cash, prizes .arc -to be oKored players in the. Federal leaguia, This world's series has been one-of;the stumbling blocks in the new league. ' � i President Gilmore, of the new or-gani/,atidn, and officials of the Vari-- ous.clubs, have practically agiced up- ______ Of red to arouse their fighting j l?��.Stayeley ; Paul-Clarice, Granum; New York, N.Y., Jan. 14.-So badly do the New York Giants fepl oypr the loss of last season's pennant they are going to flaunt their sorrow'; in the faces of the fans next season; /-�,.,. Violet trimmings, always conducive to complacency and peace,, are to be torn from the Giants' uniforms and instead du'U sombre black will serve as a constant reminder ot the catas-rgyally enter-itrophe of 1914. Next season when the Giants fare st sympathy .with the attitude deeL__. 61 Sir Wilfrid Lautier, because in calling a truce to'all poftitlcal strife and' in his endeavors to cement together all pete in"a six-day race, to be held in raeans.to the strengtiheniag and solidi- This leads us to headquarters of $10,422.50. We Hope He Won't Crack O. Egg, a Swiss cyclist, will com- fying of the Empire/: in this hour at danger. "We the deleraies of- the Liberal convention called m; session ^ in Macleod on Thursdaj', January 14th hereby desire to express .our deep sym-r pathy to the family of-the late J. O. Drewry. F,'P..McDonald, R. L. McMillan, W. A. Beebe. .... Among those who expressed their views on the great issues confronting the nation were : Mayor. Holmes, of Chicago next month, to suspect that this a shell game. PUT STOMACH IN FINE CONDITION Says Indigestion Results from an Excess of Hydrbehloric Add. Undigested food delayed In the stomach decays, or rather, ferments the samo aS food left in the open air, says a noted authority. He also tells u� that Indlffestlon is caused by Hy the nation were . aiayoi,nuuuc!., '-^..^jiv mpnnlrie there Is an ex- cr ton 3as. Glendonning, M.P.P., Nan-A. Morrison,, GOileman; G. Al- D a oharice, with.the exception of the one Iinishing.v last.': .-This plan .is to ofler a purse -of $3a,00'0: or'?33',000 to be split seven wiys. 'flio pennant-winning team .wiU> win'$8iOOO,' to be eijually . divided, "amiing th?- players'. TJhe second tea-m will win ^7,000 i -tho third, �.5,0Q0 ; the loufcth, $4,000 ! Wie fifth, $3,000 ; the'^lxth, $2j000, and the se.enth, $1,000'.-T}iis' Woiild make a total of .*30,00J3l./Th8 oihqr plan is to give $35,000, splltfSl'O.OOO; $8,000; $8,000, 000, $3,000,"$a,000 and $1,000.- . sion. "The coniniitteo in charge of affairs : .W. JivNelson, Hugh /Boyd, Jas. Aird, L. � W. Clark, Wm. Scott, Messrs. Scott and Nelson are tho leading' lights of the cntertainmmit bustlers. LACOMBE BEAT EDMONTON , HOCkEYi'TEAM BY- 4 -TO 2 Lacomhe, .,^Ita;,,,Jan. 14.-The La-; '(ombe> Hookeyts^m, which cut such .Wiiie;')�5v'ftth,9,-^pl "pi'ovlnclal 'league *lrcl&8 last'BeftjonjMB rapidly rounding llpto form', andw^jsj night defeated the �tustlars, who. aVe. leading tho Bdmoji; n division,' by.A'spre, qf 4 to 2, Tli:a " ' ' hlbitipn of ... b>Bfey# tnessed hore.'ond. tb'e. fans were 49;, aghtervtti^to&niftf ^ - K&va^i Was va .fa'st.-iCiCah oxhlbiti 6ook9y;*ih'4aa^?.one!j03f th,e b^st ES Joo'Jeanette and John Johnson'Stalf] Throuah Tame Bout;. 4'; .-Iv-:- ','� - � 'New York.-.Toe J,eane'tto and.'John Lester Johnson, negro heavywetgiits, stalled through ;ten weary rounds of boxing'liero last night. - . ; Johnson had the better of the early milling, but Jeanette made up for It later. Both fighters, .were hooted. . ' . A, Financial Vlotpry': I �. Attbis distance it looks as. though the suit the Feds have "^broughtag-. aiflsfVorganlzed baseball would?;)�sult in , a groats victory for th^i-la^yyers. Those attorneys don't-care :hqw.rIops dash spirit red. The SOX are to toe black and YANKS TO MAKE BID FOR KAUFF Will Get First Chanceat Federal Star In O.B. Raid Tom Scott, Pmcher Greek; J. GobhranO, Granum ;F.B. C; Metge, Stand-Off ; M. Matheson, Jumbo -Valley ; Michael Rossi,: Blairraore ; Mr. .Finch, Olson Creelf rJ. R. McKinniBi I Nobleford, and J. McDonald, Mao-, leodi There were over. 200 present: New York; 'N;Y;; Jan. 14:-i-In J the: proposed raid on, the. Federal leaigue by organized::baseball; it: is understood that the Yankees have been giv en first right to �gtt-^fter'i Benny Kaatt, the star of the Independents.: While; in the American league Kauff was member of;the.:New York Americans, and w^s allpwed to drift^back to the minors. The salary that ttfe'Indianapolis club: hasvpald Kauff in advance can^be returned ta the ownerp^ in' case Kauf should be weanipd' away: In this rafd, which Jp to be in;the' nature of a reprisal,'the olijbs of briftA-Ized .'basfebaU: -will hjive -.to'^get togeth er;;Bnd apportlonii^he players wanted Because: 'Kauff--was;- >on$!e,'with" "the CQ.UNCILLORS -JtOR .L.I. ELECTED DISTRICT No. - 69 : Maclepd, Alta., Jan: 15.-rThe election of-.Councillors .for Local Impr$>.Y.e-uiept- district No. 69.'are now comRJiJti-.aiid' the, ponfldence Iri the' old council is fulljr sbown by the.faot that flve-out. of the six councillors were re-elected^ by ,acclamation. Fpr the sixth place T.:.rB,jBailey jwaB elected by acclaima:. tlon: to fill' the. vacancy at Glenwobd-vllle,' whicli was cauBed.trough pirt of the district. represented J.-�BilllngBly 'bel^g transferreiS to ;th� Cochrane dlsttlct. 'The new-/co-uncil Will be composed' as under: T. Et ed. 'Ba^levr GlenwoodVlUe; .ToUii:Moloney; -he, Wm.L,B][(agener R, B:-MoNab, !an�l.vH: ach which prevents complete dlges lion and starts- food fermentation. Thus everything eaten sours In: the stomach much like the,garbage sours' in a can, forming acrid fluids : and gases wbilch Inflate the stomach like a toy iballoori. Then we feel: a Heavy; lumpj^ misery in the cheat;:,We belol^ I up;gas, we 'eructate Bout, food or 'have' heartb,vim, flatulence,-,; water-byash: or nauaea. ' ' *,  \ He"te!ls us to lay 8Blde allldige^^ aid and instead, get' Iroib any' pharmacy .four ounceB'^ot'Jad Salts and take a tabl6Bpdoaf^l' In a glass o >�> v;r�sistiac, tisBiic-^tiw slyesMna^ia cuntiTV nq^d Weaiinc,. while the eomUkod emit, slon strengthens tho laaga to aTcrt lung trovbi�i i , REFUSE SUBSrmiTESairf 144� IW3BT ON SCOTTS MHOO REBECCAS , INSTAt OFFICERS Macleod, Alta.* Jan.-'\14.-A splen^ didly. attended meeting/of the, mem; bers of the Rebecca Lodge took place on iuonday evening, w'hen the'foUow-'-lng officers werc Installed' by District Deputy President Mrs. J. E. RodgerB:. N.Q., MlBB Wilson; V.G-.c.MrSi, R. J.; B. Gardiner; rec. fieo.,  Ej? �Foi'Bteri Brown; fin. sec, MIbbv, MacLaren; treasurer,; MlBB Eva Pearaoh; R.SHN.-; G;, Mrs. B. Rodgers; L.8.1J:Q, MlssiPi: Baird; R.S.V.G.. Miss J.;'l8 In a most flourishii^'',condUldnJ5y-As a result of a visit 'from :^.burf]larss,in J the early hours ofW^ednesday vmornlhg, the hardware; store ofiW^Bopwlck apd R. T. Barker's 'dry goods Stbre, were entered; and :an attemptsij^aB niade ojq thevfahoysgoods;store bfeloinglrig to R. T. 'Barker.? .As a:result> of the visit Mr. RenwlckilbBt;�5.0Qi.|rpni ,hlB till, but Mr;i:Barker :cannot;irace that anyrj SKATING ' TOMORROW Auditorium Rink (COVERED) Afternoon and Evening ' Citizens Band f ..Monday Night ADULTS 250-CHILDREN SPECTATORS FREE 160' S K ATI N^^ GOOD ICE AT lit The People's Rink Skating Afternoon and ~ ' HI iiMyMifiiy^VfA /the Sfeeping V* ii'''. ^teaturInK , Altee ~ Joyce' and ' '.S JXeath/'. .featuring , Alice : Joyce , wd iirom'iM.�>rpWAth*';t�07reol j-B^ Trnrr-o, . i.gi.jsi,IthaiEmpresB for today; and:tomoRnw. MAci Knn RiiBAi aW'^bIiJiv'^H' TFo;rComsdles will' also be, ,shown; MACLEOD BUROLAR8;5.9y8;y;,,^;;.;t,jgy*-^,3, rt,5^rhen Men,,Wear. Skirts."  -^'�^f.i ' ' ''and* "BU^pery Slim and .HJs Tomb. � ~ ~ - stone.''. iThe:Hearst-Sellg.news:p Btimjilkte '^^he kidneys and jOiuB promote >:free ?low of p^ire di- goBtlye jiil> /v''-.- ' , Jad'eallp'sls lAeJtpOnHive-and iB made' fropa the j^afeli^i*)f, grapes -and lemon 3uipe;-i*, Thl^ harmless ; salts 1� used by. iliqpBfa)d8''0f p^qple for stom-^ " bl^^iihl^4eU^tu-^Ults;FoX the and.,_-.,... . _...... operation; was: tried on Mr. Barnes' 8tt.ra: )t)ie marsi(derSi "-^u^irom intorma-tlbn^ln the 'bands of the'Chief'of Police it Is evident the same parties have been : operating -invivLethbrldge, Grassy Lake and Taber,'for In each of these towns :burglarleiB .have: recently ibeen committed, and exactjy.the same method ot entry iwe'retofted to. ' * ,.acb^|?^ . -Bobby 'McLean,' iliousands ot dollars - ^/ tising, nbw decides* to^ .jtuin prpfes-,'ai9nal skater }> arid 'tlCe:^4t!ib'Kbly 'w'i}l "his'-''��^ '"m THE NURSINGrMISSiCi Provides visiting nnrsei^ifor-mtfI nlty and all nedlcar and bui^ cases-Jexcept contagious^dlsaaapNi).., and cuarges aceordlog 'to^. tha IdiS; cumstances - of tho' pati^t ,<4'.?00fi; patienU oared for tre^'vOtV^hycm.'-0�'^duate;nurses.fo/prl�a��'',i|uiy, also-.orovlded.- .For further-narBo* (Miss)^%�*fe^lley/|^jj'j,^^J!�r.i H 457785 39 ;