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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY 30, 1915 THE LETP^WinCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE CO- GRif BATILE BETWEEN LETilGE TABER RINKS WIS U Aird Lost to Ross in Final of Mason and Risch Trophy After Thrilling Contest-Consolation Only First Prize Won by Lethbridge Rinks-Fernie and Taber Capture Two Big Trophies Each Excitement reigned supreme last night it the Curling rink when J as. Aird'a rinic, the last liopc ot Lethbridge in tiie big trophy events in the district bcnspiel battled for supremacy for the IWason & Ilisch emblem. Aird's rink was the only Lethbridge squad to get into the linals, and they went up against the oracK ' Ross rinl� ot Taber in the last trial uud it proved their fate to issue scc-ric� by Fruit^tives Limited, Ottawa. EMPRESS OFFICIALS FACE AN ELECTION TRIAL CARPET BOWLING Two very interesting games ot carpet ball was played for the Barrowman Shield in the Mooae Hall last night, resulting in wins tor the Postles: Poaties IG, Sons of England 9. Posties 17, A. O. F. 11. The Postmen played, one man short against the S.O.E., and put up a splendid game. Why Show Favoritism? There is much opposition in Cincinnati to the proposed tight between Jim Flynn and Gunboat Smith, yet the citizens of that burg are willing to put up with their ball team. SKATING Auditorium Rink TONIGHT Afternoon and EA^ening GOOD ICE Medicine HSt^-AUa., aJn. 30.-Proceedings have been started to unseat Reeve McBachern, Councillors Robertson and Gregi;of Empress, owing to alleged Irre^iiatitles of. the . village clerk in declaring Ira .McLean ineligible for election.'- Trial is set tor Feb-ruary 16 at Medicine Hat. Friee To ASTHMA SUFFERERS A New Home Cure That Anyone Can Use Without Discomfort or Loss of Time. We have a Nfew Method that cures Asthma, and weVvk-ant you to tiy it at our expense; Wo � matter o whe.ther your case is of lotig-standing'or recent development, wheij-her it is present as occasional or chronic Asthma, you should send for a free trial ot our method. No matter' in what climate you live, no matter what your age or occupation, it you are troubled with asthma, our method should relieve you promptly. We especially want, to send it to those apparently hopeless cases, where all forms of inhalers, douches, opinim preparations, fumes, "patent smokes," etc., have failed. AVe want to show everyone at our own expense, that this new method is designed to end all difJlcuJt breathing, all wheezing, and all those terrible paroxysms at once and for all time. Tliisi free offer is too important to neglect a single day. Write now and then begin the method at once. Send no money. Siiup'iy mail coupon below. Do it Today. FREE ASTHMA COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., Room S09J, Niagara and Hudson Sts., Buffalo, N. Y. Send free trial of your method to Fostering Athletics in US. Schools as a Means of National Defense -New York, -Jan. 29.-The annual report of Geuiral George Wingatc, president of the.public School Athletic league, "sho.ws that during 19141 .850,000 boys and girls of the Ne^V York public schools voluntarily too'i part in athletics: after school hours. | The events held, by the league cover every soope of ?ithletio activity. In order to induce the greatest possible number of children to engage in the: activities prcecribed governed standards were given for running, jiimpinc and chinning on a bav. As against 1162 boys" Who'won suoh a badge in 1901 ^he numboi' rose to 18,554 last year, ..... In basket ball there were in competition 2634: teams, making a total ot 16,312 competitors participating in interclass competiibion. In baseball there were 1500 teams lot the indoor games and 400 class teams and 69 interschool teams for the outdoor- societies. During 1914 over 5000 boys practiced on the subtarget machines and 339 qualified as marksmen and 190 as sharpshooters. This work has been' commenced by General Leonard Wood and Secretary of War Garrison as boihg of great value in adding to the national defenses -with savoring of militarism. Buchanans : Popular Scotch A Government Standard mm MAJESTIC THEATRE NEXT MONDAY FEBRUARY 1st. The World's Most Famous Comic Opera THE CAST OF FORTY SPECIAL SYIVIPHONY ORCHESTRA SOLDIER PRICES-SOc, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. SEATS NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY DRUC-CO. MONDAY AND TUESDAY Don't Fail to sec the Last Trump in The The Trey O'Hearts The Auto dashes over the bank but no one is injured. Allan and Rose are abont to be married when lijjfht-niiij'' struck the house, killinia; her lather, and-you Avili sec it all at STARLAND. 8|)cciai Music lor this Last Episode by THE WORLD-FAMOUS The Only Authentic Moving Pictures of the War SHOWING The Burning of Antwerp, The Flooding of Lierre The Destruction of Termpnde; The Battle of Alost The Battle of Malines; The Battle of Aerschot And many other wonderful features. JVot a made up film. Not a compilation of manoeuvre view s. Not a war weekly of views at the rcar-rr-biit CONTRACT The undersigned of the first party gives to the second party permission to obtain cinematograph views of the theatre of war In Bel-glum. In recognition of this concession, and with a charitable motive In view, the second party agrees to give to the undersigned of the first party 50 per cent, of the profits realized from the exploitation of these films taken in Belgium'. The undersigned of the first party agrees to grant to no one his authorization to take any cinematographic views of the theatre of war In Bel-glum. First Party, LE DELEGUE GENERAL PRES DU GOUVERNEUR MILITAIRE DE LA PLACE, (Signed) Van Langermeersch Second Party, THE TRIBUNE COMPANY, By Joseph Medlll Patterson. Antwerp, Belgium. 4 REELS Of Pictures; Actually Taken on the Belgian Firing Line And authorized by the Belgian Government, whose Red Cross, under contract with Chicago Tribune, receives 50% of Tribune's profit-will be show n in Letli- - bridge at the Bijou Theatre For Three Days, Commencing on Thursday, Feb. 4th Adults 25c. Admission Reserved Boxes 35c Seat. Children 15c Special Matinee for School Children each day at 4.15-10c. Specialist Explains Cause oi Stomach Trouble VALUABLE ADVICE TO SUFFERERS "There are inany different forms o� stomach trouble," said a well-known specialist recently, "hut practically nil are traceahle to excessive acidity and food fermentation. That is -why the results obtained from the use ot drugs' are usually so disappointing. Admitting fermentation and consequent acidity ot the food contents to be tlio underlying cause ot most forms of indigestion, it naturally follows that the lise of a reliable antacid, such as the imte bisiirated magnesia which is so freciuently proscribed by physicians, will produce fcietter results than any kriowu drug or combination of drugs. Accordingly I almost invariably advise those V-ho complain of digeBtlvc trouble to �&t some ibisurat-ed magnesia (note tho name carefully as other forms are unsuitable for this purpose,) from their druggist, and take from one to two teaspoonfulls ot the powder, or two 5 grain compressed tablets, with a little water after meals. This by immediately neutralizing, the .acid and stopping the fermentation, removes tho cause of all the trouble and insures normal aud healthy digestion." Orei^on in - a special election chose � MiE?^.'| AT STARLAND MONDAY The miners together: with Judith, Barcus and Alan, crowd - to the edge of the cliff to see what'.has happened to the motor-car containing iTlmmy and Marrophat. The car lies overturned and a total wreck at the fogt of the cliff, the bodies of Marrppliat and Jimmy visible amid the wteckage. Hack in tho mountain rtdwn of Meg-qulte, the chauffeur' contrives to effect temporary repairs on his motorcar, and starts out with'Trine, following the road;taken by, JVtarropbat and Jimmy In. pursuit of the fugitives. Judith and Rose are about all in with reaction from the strain of the last few,days adde'd to their fatigue. The miners, offer thoih' the hospitality of tlie bunk bouse. Thpy, accept and retire. Alan enters the:bunk house, sits down at a table and falls asleep, his head ou his fo'ided arms. The miners make the trli) down the canyon and recover the bodies of Marrophat and Jimmy, bringing them up to camp, where they lav them out and cover them with canvas. , � .l.,ate In the afternoon, Judith wakes, rises with care not to disturb Rose,, and steals out of,the room, her pur-; pose being to bid a.last farewell;:to; Alan. Finding him asleep she .bends; over and kisses his cheek.'.She is suj'-] prised by Jtose, who has. been awaken-^ od by Jhdith's leaving the � room, and; \vho has. on rising, h�ilf',frantle;i.wlth', jealousy, snatched up the revolver t,SyM.S,i&.'rJ.v' Which Judith has thoughtlessly placed on the chair beside the'bed. .Tudlth mistakes the thought in Rose's mind, and, turning to her, tfears open her shirt waist, and bids her shoot. Life, she indicates,'is of "no value to her, : since a life -ivithqut love is a thing unthinkable. For the moinent-tempted. Rose lifts the revolver, but before she levels it at her sister, suddenly, turns it on herself. Suicide is averted only by Alan, wakened by the sound of their voices, who springs upon Rose. Judith pockets the .weapon with "u strange smile," indicating that Rose's attempted suicide has suggested one way out. ' ' '�; This is the story of the first reel'ot the last instalment of "The Trey o' Hearts,"- Louis Joseph Vance's won-derul serial. This;laBt episode is In three reels. Regularity ' � o( the bowels is an absolute neceih^' sity for good health. Upless; this ' waste matter from the foodv.which.^ collects there is got rid oli-;Bt;least;' once a day, it decays and poiso'na;{^he v - ' .-.whole body, caiieine:biU9usncss, indi-gtstion ai.d sick headaches. r-Sa.l65- -' the boweU'efrectively'wlthout;�e�jf--,. ;