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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1915 THE LETHBRlbOE DAILY HERAL6 PAGE THRB|8 GREAT WEATHER FOR Enthusiasm Reigns at Curling Rink-Crowd of spectators and Players Out Last Night in Spite of of Big Gouijfer At? traction-Who's Winning and How (five the kuigitis ot' the besom and stance cauld, cautd, tcoBty weabhcr and the cuiriittg rink is his paraidisf. Dame fortune never tempeued the �t-inosphete to the taste ot cutter with any greater nicety than ou iMs, tho occasion o( the fourth eODual bon-si>i�I o( the Crows Nost branch o! the R.O.C.C., which saw the first aot oi the '?piel staged ait the LethbriAge Culling link yestotday morning commencing at 10 o'clock, when rockB wtre cast in the Macleod trojAjf. TJiis frosty weather is ideal. It gives.lif� to the.game and puts a razor edge on the ice that the royal Soot glories in. The curliftg rink is alive with devotees of the e-arae and last night not even.'the counter attraetion. presented by the Col. Sam Hughes reception � proved sufficieot, to roh the galleries of the curling rink of an ifilere�tcd throng . of spectators, and gladifltoris awaiting their turn ol jec-4.)on.' Tight^ games, .*nd,.runa-way matches mariced the coditests yesterday. Mc-Culloch's rink took a 'all out ot the Smith rink in the mornitir and felt cicely primed for John�on's experts in the alteraioon, liut what happened to Mac and his men, 'tis a shame to relate-the score was 18 to 5 in the tenth end, and rather than prolong ithe agoihy the defeated rink thrTw up *he sponge and conceded victory to their opponents. Boyd had it over "Smo'fe" Wright 15 to 5 at the eighth end in their match, then "Smoke's" men came along at a gallop and nude it interesting for" the adversary, but failed to carry out their designs by six points. Pflend "Smoke" was heard to remark that another couple ends and there' would have teen a diHerent story to tell. The Kelson-Clark game in i*e Tuesday mdminig draw Was a' bit of a Buiprise to .both skips. Nelson was 3 tip with the last end to play, when Clark's boys; did a get-together stunt and pulled th^^fat out of the fire with �. four-end, winning the game by one point.- . - Patterson's young riek made a good showing against the veteirsm Jimmy Aiid, up to the Vth^cnd, but fell down bad in the'^hth^ when Aird scored a five-end and then on the nintb/piit throe stones nearest the .button. A consolation priz* has been fut up for competition by the lifelson; Foot Toggery in the shape of foiir pairs of slippers. Rinks knocked out in the first games in all four competitions ; -no defaults to count,-^to compete. During the plav there were several close ends, and iequltod the services of the official umpire, J; W. Wood, whose services are very much appre-ciateid, and give every satisfaction to the curlers. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 10 P. M.-Jfacleod' Trophy Staoey, (L.),.....;i'l Bruce, (L.) ....10 Ross, (T.).....:...I0 Oladdery, (M.O- S McCullough (L.).12 Smith, (L.) ... 7 Clark, (L.)......... 8 Nelson, (L.) 7 i P. M.-Macleod Trophy Olsen, (F.).........14 Browa, (,F.) ... 6 Herohmer, (F.)..14 Peat, (L.) ..... 5 Patterson, CT.O.ll Johnson, (F.).. 7 Boyd, (L.),.....:...17 Wright, (T.),...ll i P. M. MIXED Macleod Trophy Cranbrook..........12 Cummings (P.) 9 Wright Trophy Aird, (L;)..........Ig.'Smlth, (L.> .... 3 "Magrath Trophy Kv Johnson (L.).15 McCulloch (L.) 5 Mason-Hisoh Trophy Hamilton, (L.)..12 Bruce, (L.) ...10 6.30 P. M. MASON-RISCH AND MAGRATH TROPHIES Mason-Risoh Trophv Stacey, (L.)......10 Clark, (L.) .... 7 Nelson, (L.),......1.0 Herchmer (F.).12 Ross, (.T.).........16 Johnson, (F.)i. 7 Brown, (F^.).........9 Wright, (T.) ..10 Magrath Trol*y .9. P. M. MIXED �Mason-Risch Trophy Patterson, (T.). 6 Aird, (L.) .......U Wright Trophv McCulIooh, (L.).ll Hamdton (L.). 7 Macleod Trophy Boyd, (L.)......... 9 Bruce, (L.) ..... 7 Magrath Trophy f�(lRon, (L.).......11 Cummings (F.) 4 An oaily start was made today as it ynW he.necessary to have twenty-four games, to carry through in time. Olsen, McCulloch, Cranbrook, and Herchmer and Aird are in the eights in the Macleod, and Hamilton is in the eights in the Mason-Risoh competition. Help Your Stomach Why Championship Hockey Game at Retina was Protested tnatant ReMef from Gac, Indigeition and Pains Quickly Come* from the U(� of Stuart'K Dys-pepiia Tablet*. FREE SAMPLE PACKAGE TO ALL. Feeling; in the stomach is not natural. When you know you have a stomach it is time to help. it. Gas, fermentation, foul breath, etc.. Indicate this. Accept the warning and act at once. There is no o&caslon to suffer from indigestion or any eimiilar Ktomach Irotible when you can so easily get Stuart's Dyapepaia TaiMets. There is scarcely a well slocked drug or general store in the United StatM ihut what considers the.se tablets part of their staple stock. Do not (�u�er in silence. 'Fry Stu-nrt.'8 Dyspepsia Tablets and do bo quickly so that you may become your old self as soon as possirole. The reaeons why Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are such a widely used remedy are very easy to understand. These tablets contain ohnost the same elements as the gastric juices of the stomach. And when your stomach is sick and not working just right, it does not give out enough of tlie natural digestive .i-uices to properly take care of the food you eat. So If you will only give the stomach a little help by takingi a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet after meals you will relieve the stomach of its chief duty and allow It the rest it needs to recuperate. One grain of the active principle in Stuart's Dyspep-sia TaJblet digests 3,000 grains of food, whether you place it in a glass jar with cooked food or in your .stomach after you have, eaten the food. All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and once you' try them you will never again wonder what to do for a disordered, weak, sour and gassy stomach. Stuart's Dyspejsia Ta;blet8 are Cor sale at all druggists at 50c a box. Send coupon .below today and we will at once send you by mail, a sam-pilc free. FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A., Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich., send me at once, by return mail, a free trial package of Stuart's Dj'spepeia Tablets. Name........................ Street _____.................... City ............Stale ......;.. -Advertisement. PRE OF $100 RESERVE, YOUR SEATS "the Chocdliite Soldier" at Majestic . Theatre Next Monday Only '"The Chocolate Soldier," which the Wihltney Opera Co. will present at the 'Majestic Theatre on Monday next, February 1, haS'been the chief instru-tiieht in resuscitatint the dying Interest ot theatregoers in the type of light opera 'made famous by Gilbert and Sullivan. ;:l.tB succe'sB 16 iill I he moro remarkable because It was fir.-it produced at a tlpie'w.hen audiences and critics a'ilke liad become embittered by a tedious siiccesBlon of cheiiji and worthless mediorities, iinlll it seemed that they were ready to boycott light opera forever. The appearance of "The Chocolate Soldier" in New York several seasons ago under the direction of Mr. Whitney, was (?qual lo a revolution. The libretto, based upon George Bernard Shaw's ".A.rms and the Man," in which tlie wittiest Irishman ot his day vents the full force of hia wit and satire upon milltarisni, modern love, courage, heroism and othei' current topics, with the ndded finvor of a Bulgarian setting, astonished everybody by the wealth of its dramatic interest. SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM AT 8TARLAND TONIGHT The Starland. concert orchestra, under the direction of Professor J. B. Gaskell, '!>'111-Tetf'der a musical program , of the latest arid' up-to-tho-minute nov-' elties, inc'litdln^,' .lelection.s from Ihe leading! musical' comedies. Messrs. Smith and Vah'-llecke will offer a duet "The" Perfeft; Day." The big midweek featui'e', promises to be ot special Intreet to all, as the leading part iB played,by". Man' Fuller, well'known to the. mo'i.'ing' picture fans of Leth-bridge. � .The play in which she is tea-tured, "Heart of the Hilis,' is a drama of-the hill,country, in three parts. "The Baron's Bear Escape," au i.-Ko coinedy, is full of snappy, breezy fun and' real; laushter, and completes a splendid mid-week offering. Regina Leader: In a game whioh was AS uii�atisfactoiro practically admitted to me that it was not a gc*!, and I prepared to face the teams off in the disputed territory. Melville then left the ice and I also left. The goal umpire apparently -got nettl&d by the arguments of boiih teams and returned to his former statement th�t a goal had been shot. I therefore faced them ofi in centre ice and Rsgina continued the game under protest. I'lie Calgary Alhertan Foot-'I' ball competition priie of $100 I- for this week has been won by 4" a Lethhridge woma[h,'Mrs. M."^ -i- A. Tayloi^, 911 Sixth Street, 'I-J� south. 4" Mr.s. Taylor guessed correct-4- ly 16 out of 18 games played and wins first prize money. ij* 4- The prize was recently won ''f bv a Taber woman. ..J. FAMOUS PLAYERS AT EMPRESS The Empress' Theatre will present to the nSjrtlQji "jpicture- fans of Leth-Ume, .^rKH; Br Warner in "Lost Par-adlsej"?a- special five-reel Famous Players' Paramount pieture. It is a strong pictorlararguinent in beha'if of th� oppressed.jjaborers whose lives build the wealth ^of the nations. The superintendent Of the" Knowlton iron woi^ ,J8 jii^-loye with his employer's iaughter,! who has been reared in luX; ury, and is,'the .idol of her father. To save the, wcmajii from the knowledge that her fathepV.is a-, tliief,. the superintendent takes'" upon his own shoulders the,guilt;.o|'ithp father's'crime. Mi; AVamer ^rtrays the'rdlfe of a man jB^w.-.strivjiMjto,i^cOnaie\lh"p; ^ lice barracks. , ,'i^;()r*;liesti:a Coinpanyof-lO Original i^roductlQn PRICES-oOc, 75c, $iJOO and SEALS'NOW 8EL.L(NG AT HtDLEY DRUG CO. Pi STARLAND THEATRE'S , MOTTO: TONIGHT I QUANTITY BEFORE ..QUALITY. Mary Fuller "Heairtof theHir A Kentucky Melodrama , -lu Three Parts- ~ . '' cornet and trombone The Barents duet: / Bare Escape Pi^i-f^^t Pay ^ FULL OF SNAPPY,BREEZYi FUN AND REAL LAUGHTER IT'S AN L-KO, By MESSRS. SMITH AND V^N ; . . ': HECKE CONCERT 0F!P!^E8TRA  -I m ;