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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUES^A^ JANUAIl1^.26i 1915 THE LET HPRIDdE DAILY HERALl^ mm m R 4T03 WANDERERS AND OTTAWAS STILL NECK TO NEGK New Amateur Hockey Champ-j ions of World-Game Protested Toronto, Mani 24.-Kor T tw6'  periods last night Ottawa threatened to Xake t-hc lezd in tlie N;H.'A. championship race. They outplayed the Torontc"5 and led them 3 to t, for forty minutes ol play. But. the, locals caine to life in the final period, notched.thjee goals, and won 4 to 2. The result is that Ottawa'and Wanderers are still tied for first placri, through the Wanderers losing to Can-, adiwis. S'l'ANDlNG OF N., W. A. ' VI. L. F. A. Wanderers ......................� 3 (10 '10 Ottawa ........................... fi 3 i Quebec ............................ r> 4, MARATHON ON ROLLERS Dalutli, Jan. 24.--Franlc Bryaul ol! Duluth and Ra.vmpnri Kelly of St. Paul, lowered the " world's unofficial I'eoord I'or rolay roller sltatlng -when they flnialied thwlr 24-hour grind here early today. The team skated 343 miles a*i,d 8 laps. I'Yed Martin, oil Milwaukee, and frank Bacon, ol De troit, made'the former i-ecord two �weeks ago at die MadUon Square Gardens, Vivien they took li�8 nillea. Kegina, Jan. 35.-In possibly the loronto.s- ........................ ^ most hotly contested game played, bhamroclis ..................... 4 liere this season Melville nosed out a : . 29- 41 ARLIE S SERIOUSLY ILL Popular Chicago Pugilist Has Attack of Pneumonia I TOSONTO BEAT-CLEVELAND Clevetand, Jan..24.-Victorias of Toronto defeated tibe Cleveland A. C team, here by a score'of 5 to 4. New York, .Jan. 28. - Threatened with pneumonia, Charlie White, who has been compelled to call oft his �bout with Freddie Welsh, the lightweight champion, which was scheidul-ed for tonight in Ma'dison Square Garden, is confined to his bed with two physicians constantly in attendance, and it is doubtful whether he will be able to box again; for spQie v/eeks. White gained prominence in the ring by outpointing Willie Ritchie in a ten-round go at Milwaukee. He later fought Freddie Welsh and made an even' .showing against the ohampion, which gave his name a boost in pugilistic circles. .White has succeeded Packey McFarlane as the idol of Chicago in things pugiiistic. Chica.go is his home. He was due to fight Freddie Wel'sh tonight ten rounds at Madison Si^uare Gardens. PAGE THREB| Theatre, S Bfcn. Feb. 1 The Whitney Opera Company In the world'!5 famous comic . opera, TJie Chocolate ler Special Symphony Orchestra, carried by company. Best singing chorus on any stage. Company of 40, original production PRICES: 50c 7Sc $liO0 and $1.50 Owing to great demand, seats are now on sale at Hedley Drug Co. Opening guns of the fourth annual bonspie! of the Crows Nest brauoh of the R.C.C.C. -were fired this morning at the Lethbridge Curling rink at ten o'clock. The Fernie Curling club, true to its word, came as strongly represented as they intimated thsy would. They said they would send live rinks; four have arrived and one is on the way. That means a rffprosentation of twenty Fornie curlers in the city today, for the Iiui which will last till well nigh to the end of the week. Taber, too, is well represented; liiree riiits are in line from that point. Macleod has sent one and Cranhrook is said to have a rink euroute. Calgary will not be rftpresonted at I Lethbridge. the 'spiel. Sam Savage was going to come with his rink, but the earliest he could arrive would be Wednesday ; too late. He wired to have the draw left over it possible till tomorrow, but that was found to be out of the question, with the other rinUs from outside on deck hero ready to start on time today. First rocks thrown were for the JVIacleod trophy. Here are the results: Ross of Taber, heat Gladdery of Macleod, TO to 5. -  Staoey beat Bruce 11 to.lO; both ol Lethbridge.- McCulIough beat R. S."'Smitfi; 12 to 7 ;both ol Lethbridge. Clavlv beat Nelson, 8 to 7 ; both of Scene from the Chocolate Soldier at the Majestic, Monday, Feb. 1st. INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING New I-Iai-en, Conn., .)ah. 25.-In the first international awimming meeting which the iBlue swimmers have taken pan in two years, Yale defeated tJie Montreal A.A.A. team at the \aig swimming pool last night 29 to .19. Yale also took the water polo from the Canadians, 8 to Q; , j � - KILBANE BEAT MOflGAN Philadelphia, Jan. 34.-Johnny Kil-bane, champion featherweight, defeated Eddie Morgan, Enelish champion, In a sLx round bout here Saturday. The bout was fast throughout. KUbaue'. Iiaving the best of 'the first "four, rounds and Cllorgan dividing- with him the fifth and sixth rounds. Russia Ready to Strike Hungary .CONTINUED .FROM FRONT PaGB. erument,. according I o the official statement,'iifczprder to safeguard the bread supply-�'nmtlj the next harvest. This measure, it is.said, was made necessary by the fact that the people have railed to economize. The slocks will be distributed, according to the population of the various communities. A NEW HURDLE RECORD New York, Jan. 24.-John^J. EUor, of the TriEli American Afi., esta/bliah-ed a woi'kl's record In the 120-yard hurdles at the Brooklyn college games in the IStli regiment armory in Brooklyn last night, making the distance in 14 seconds flat. The former record was 14 2-5 seconds, held by himself. JUDGE CONSIDERS PRAYER' OF FEDERALS FOR INJUNCTION CblcttBO, Jan. 34.-JudRc bandis Oast night took undtr advisement the prayer of the Federal "l.,e��ue for a totaporary, iujunotion acaliiet tho lead-ins bodies of otgatiijea baaeball to reatmfn tlieai. from intwferlhB with its', players and from proseoutilig the several suits aij*ln�t, them. Final argument on the motion was ina4'e by B. HJ. Gates of Indtftnapolis, for the Federal Leaswo, and the court then graated tho defendants twenty days in which to file aam'cr to the crigina! hill of complaint. Should the court grant or deny tho temporary Injunction, the case will be tried on ils merits. VARSITY WAS EASY Toronto, Jaji. 26.-Riversides had little difficulty in .beating Varsity seniors, 7 to 3, at the:, arena yesterday afternoon In a senior O.H.A. game Riversides scored thij ten seic-onds. and were never afterward in troutole. AMERICAN AMATEUR HOCKEY PLAYER GOES TO OTTAWA Cleveland, Ohio. Jan. 24.--Arthur (Paddy) Sttlllvan, star hookey player of the Cleveland Athletic Cluib team, left for Ottawa, Ont., today, where he will become a professional. BOUT WAS POSTPONED 'New Orleans, L*., Jan. 24.-.Bad weather made necessary the post-poiiement of;the Gunlboat Smith-Battling Lovinsky 20-round battle, scheduled for this afternoon at the West Side Athletic icluib. It will take place on Wednesday alight.. RIFLE.CLUB MEMBERS The prize competition before men tloned will he held on Wednesday evening commencing at 8 o'clock, al though members are requested to (be there as soon after as 7.30 as possible to agree upon handlcaPv-'-Tlie ,22 call tore rifles eqiiippjitljivltli aperture sights.will^be u;sed:;ralgO tl'ie 100 system of scorliig; � D. I. GUB, , . Se.oretarj'. OLD FO0TBAIL LEAFS' N[W MANAGER A stranger met Kid McCoy in San Francisco and asked him if he did not remember the time he bought a drink in the Kid's saloon. If he had been, the fellow who once ^vot a drink on the house the Kid would have remembered it. ^---yt;;.' . � ... Jellicoe's 13.5 Inch Guns ^CONTINTJED FROM FRONT PAGE. the North Sea. \Ve possess ten of these 'Ships, and Gftrmany has oiily 'four remaining. THE DKCISIVE TE.ST . ...The Daily Nnw.s says : "It has been suggested that the Cfennau (leet controls-the North Sea, and that the British battleships are  hiding from its vengeance; that (he invasion of England is accomplishable at any time. These stories have now had their decisive test. T-lie German sailors fled not from lack of courage but from knowicdg-c of facts.'' ; "The Daily Chronicle congratulates ,Lord Fisher" on lUo triumph-of his reliance upon drcailuought cruisers. � "They were .called bastards by, the itarland TO-MORROW MARY FULLER �'In The Hearts : of : A Kentucky Melodrama in Three Parts V 1 EMPRESS i _ JILaJi EVERY srOBY A FEATURE W^m^ -sssa. Marsaetite Snaw � Zudon in Zuddr*� Tlunhouser's Greateit Photoplay Wednesday and Thursday ' This Tlieatre will present the Greatest Soclologic Theme of the moment. The question: "Labbr vs. Capital" This is the next of the Famous Players Paramount Plo-tures. Tonight ThB second of the,marvelous "Zudbra" Pictures, .See her solve the Mystery of the SJeeiptng H'owse, Also Hoar the Hobo Tenor sing. This is an assured extra attraction this week. Chas. Chaplain In Keystone ; Comedy Tonight. 11 critics, neither cruisers nor battle-ship.s. There was a strong, disposition in some quarters � to stop building them altogether. .. REV. PERCIVAL- JENNS DEAD Vancouver. B.C., Jan. 23.-Rev. Per-cival Je.uns, for twenty years a clergyman in the Anglican .Church at Victoria, died last ,night,.aged B4. Principal Mclvenzie, o.f tlui Red Deer Public schools,' has resigned, Lcflidon, Jan. 35.-Following arc additional results' of football. gaiiws played in the Old Country Satur-tlay: SCOTTISH LEAGUE - Aberdeen I, Falkirk"2. ' , ' Airdrieonians 2. St. Mirrcn 1. - Ayi United-Celtic, postponed,' Clyde 1, Kilmarnock 0. � Hangers 1,. Dumbarton 0: Dund'fee^ .1,, Mortori 1. Hamilton xj.. ij,A-iupen's Park 0. Third Lanark 2,. Hearts 2. 1-Tiberii'ians- I,'-Motherwell' 3. Raith Rovers 2, I'artick Thistle 2, NORTHERN L MOX LEAGl^E Batley 7., Hunslat fi. . , Bradford 11, Leigh 0.- Bramlev 11, Keighley 2. Huddersfield 7, Wigan b. Kingston Kovors i;i, Barrow 0. Leeds lO.Dewsbtliv 0. - Salford 0, Warrington U. � 23 Fourth 1910.......;,.-.... 80 72 5311 �Fourth- ' 1 Oil..,.,;....-;�;,: 9d !)9'614 Third  lUl/i 91 62 395 Fusf 1913 70 -83 458 Seventh 1914 71 1(9 58b FouiUi - i CLEVER ACTRESS WILL WEAR WONDERFUL BULGARIAN WEDDING BONNET A Bulgarian 'wedding bonnet, "such as plays a picturesque' part in "The Chocolate Soldier," is not a matter of momentary se'ieCtion, a' tiling of a handful of imis'iin and a spray of or-Minge blossoms; but a question of al-1, most lifelong thought and aeripusnesS. ' It must be worn by law of the little j Balkan State on the wedding-day, and;, then only, whether the bride-be maid'' or widow, and it must conform to cer-, tain rules of construction. ' i l, On a franiewbrk of gold-en wire,-fit-1 I ting closely around the face; is wrapped a covering- of giJt gauKO or lace, with as much as possible visible., and to her v/hose nimble fingers and ingenuity can make this head-dress" sbiiiB like an aureole conl'es the ful-'-some praise of her village mates. Tena Rasband, wuo plavs the character of Nadina ot the Draiiomaii Pass in "The Chocolate Soldier." wears one of these bonnets, which was made by a Bulgarian peasant .girl, .whose in-^, tended husband was killed In one ol the frequent native feuds the day be-fare the wedding, and fox that reason the girl was 'willing to part -witii her' work and years of thought, though these head-dresses are usua'ily treks-' ured as heirlooms, and supposed- to bef'-pregnant with suggestions "for the :enerations to come. � � r �� "The Chocolate Soldier'..',, will be' seen for one night only, February'!, at the Mu.iestlc Theatr?: i."' - ;. AT THE'- iPEOPLE?s mnk: Postponed tillitomoErow^ evening, January/27 A Barrel of - Fun. . PRIZES'-' HORSe^A'ND'TRAP, to the 6e8t'',8kating Couple suitably-dressed. Come and have'ia,lgooditime!ivW Wear your old,clothes., ADMISSION .. ,^�'t^?,. J... .^.-JBci CHILDREN ...V.'.*.yr,'-.'h-.�.i^.15c; Same muaic aa.i'at; Dauglrteni. of the Emplre^Sk�Yni'^P�^y,3'r''i i ' Band boys pleaae takeAnetio*.,  SEE . MARY rtJLTiER AT ST'^RLA.ND . TOMORROW smg. all' this week as an, extra add-, ed dttidctipn. Blua Label men, he is one ol us. MARY FULLER, .AT .STARLAND The patrons ol St'Arland'-'.theatre will have the-pleasure X'f seeing Mary Fuller tomorrow, in a Kentucky melodrama, entitled "Heart of th' Hills." Miss Fuller plavs'the Part 01 a !noun.lain lass who learned, that, prospectors from the cast had bought her-tath-er's land for - a, mere fraction' of its real value.. The son-of the purchaser-falls in love with Mary, and the other girl tries todisgraco 'aier and Ayin the son � he marnes.the child of the hills. Also,-he'tnalfes his we-al-Ihy father square matters-with-Mary,'s dad, SO; it IS an all-round triumph for; tlid- mountain lass-in land' v.iluusi and love. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AT THE EMPRESS Yesterday this tiieatre lived up to HALTS FINE FOR ' :: : AGHING KlbNE�S:"% We eat too much meat,' which cloga" '!?'s| Kidneys, then Back" hurt* and' '5^^^^^ Bladder botherB.ypu. - Siost folks forget theft the  kidneys,' '''J'-.-liko tho bowels, get-aluggish.-auddojS'-j v ged and need a flushing occasiona/Ij-, { � else we have backache and dull mis-f'i'-ery In the kidn6y region,,severe'head-i',';;' aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver/.-acid stomach, sleejilossness . and all sorts ot bladder disorders. You simply must keep your-kidneys ..j, active and-clean, and the. moBoent,y6a ,:''J feel an ache or pain Jn tho kidney, ..h? region^;�"get about four ouucca of- Jadt-Salts uCrom; any good drug.storc here, - j tiikft a tablespoonful in a,glass of wat--. I er bfifore'.'breaklast- for';a'iew'-idaysja .| and your.,kidneys 'wJJh tbM ;;ai;fc.,.;fln,ei,s; i This famous salts,is ina&e-;:frqin-the-:(ii acid of grapes and lemon; aulco,,com�-s i The Iwisky dusky champion displays his ^muscles.. Johkson's height-is' � f t... U i>' lah'or^ pfgfeHit diiy, Tlfe Hobo'Tenor'iwM Jad salts is harflil^,e:,/mexp�nslve, makes a delightfAit ej^eTveHoent^JltlUa' water drink ivhicU"flV^33rJjody .sftould take -now and'then td'-keep^'t^Cif l:Id�^f^^-^ neys'clean, thus avoWlag^aeri�u�oom-;fc pUoationSi �, ' - - - - 'A well-kBt)W.n lo( B^lla lo,ta,.ot jad gal Ue've jn;,OYevoD}nln while lt'ironly';-t� 73 ;