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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH is, ms TUB LETrlKRIDGE DAILY I1ERAM) ?AGE THREE World's Professional Hockey Championship Billed Next Week at Games Under Easlerrt and Western Rules Monduy, Wednesday and Friday o! Ross, point; Merrill, covet-point next week will see the pro hockey championship of iho world contested for nt Vancouver. Vancouver vcraus OUawn lor lljo title mid the Stanley Cup. Tho Stanley Cup was won by the Torontos last year, but was cap- tured by the Ottawa team when thoy the ft. H. A. title this year. The following .players, anil in addi- tion one or two substitutes, ivill make tho trip, and will probably lino up agninst the western champions In the initial fame: Benedict, goal Jlroadljent; Dunagli, Berrnrd anil lord, forwards. Vancouver's lineiip will be as tallows Lehman, goal I'dlrick, point Gliflis, covcrpoint Niglihor, Taylor, .MsKay and Cook, lonvards. Total goaJs will havo nothing to do with the championship, nut the team winning the best three out oi live games will win the premier hockey honors of the world. The first [r.amc will be played undor western rules, thu second under eastern rules, the end so or, third under western COiuld he unable to attend the evening ntcrtainment- There were large attendances at all1 he services of the day. Over 300 re- ._ eived communion at the early morn-1 a well-known, authority. Heat, forms service, and the church auditor- uric 'ac'UT-which excites5 the kidneys become over-worked from the TOMORROW AND MASTER MIND" A Dramatic Thunderbolt In Five Parts and Twenty-Two Jesse L. Lasky Paramount Film. MARCH 26th AMD FIRST EPISODE OF A NEW MYSTERY" THE EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA 'EVERY EVENING There are a few Carnations remaining, which will be given the ladies. Get one while they last. Come Early. fly Old June nunflway? QUIT .MEAT WHEN KIDNEYS BOTHER Take a glasi of Salts before breakfast If your-Back hurti or Bladder is troubling you. No man--or woman who. eats-meat regularly-can make a .niistaUo 'by flusli'ag- the kidneja urn was crowded at the 10.30 service, hen colemn Hlrb Mass was celebrat- d by the Bishop. On tne entrance of he Biflhop, the choir rendered the re- eptloii cbbrus, "fjcce aung as bis lordship was onducted'to the Episcopal ;tiirone, the celebration of'the mass, McNally Tiai assisted by lUe cry Rev. Father O.M.I.. Vlcar- eceral of the arch-diocese of EHmon- ahd the Bishop's lecretary, Rev. 'ather Hetheringtpn- Solemn High ass was.'sung hy .Rev. Father" Le- ne, O.M.I., of th'e Blood Reserve His- on, aBBlsted.by Rev. Father Hosen- strain, .get sluggish and. fail to filter the waate-and poisons from the blood, UiGn we get sick.; Nearly all rJieyhia tlsm, headache, trouble, uervous: ness, dizzinesB, sleeplessness and urin- ary disorders come from sluggish kid- neys. The moroeut you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts or if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedimeut.-Irregular of passage or. at- tended b'i- a, sensation of scaldinr, stop eating meat and get.abbut four ounces of Jiid, Salts from any -phar- macy; take a in a glass you fep] ?.jcbld pominff on, chard .of Macleod as al IB Rev. Father' Blan- of water ;belore -breakfast a think of the foil' BRORIO QUININE., Look for slKna-" turc ot E. W. Grove on boi. 25c. Swindon -Town 'ortsmouth. Northampton T. Exeter City Millwal] Athletic queen's Park R. .Palace jUton "town Norwich.City Argylc "louthend Un. !roydon, Common. Kovers jiUingham .8 41 9 8-12 .35.45' 28 9 7 13 15 56 25 7 10 10 40.14.21 C 12 10 42 43 24 7 7 14 29 42 21 7 7 16 41 54 21 9 3 17 43 84 20 4 7 19 30 86 15 SCOTTISH LEAGUE W D L A Pts 25 5 55 3'76 20 310624343 17 B 9 47 35 40 14'11 -8. 60 45 39 Id 7 10 52 44 36 tf 4 14 50 48 34 13 6 13 SO 1C 32 9 12 U 46 42 30 12 n 41 IB 30 14 51 13 17'46 50 11 eltic angers yr, United lortpn artick Thistln irdriponlnns nlullton Acada hird Lanark alkirlt Iberniana ilnlurnock' (t'rnhAlton t MIrren berdeeu _ _ Kbicfi COLLAR. altll Rovers- yrte otlfflrwcll ueen'n Park 7-16 BO 64" 29 49 eras 9 15 34 50 17 8 II' 34 98 IB 8 17 49 60 26 5 IB 28 48 25 7 16 -10 CO..25 S 22 26 71 13 St. lervlee MISSANABIE (New) ...Mir. it METAQAMA ...Apr. 9 Grimpian Apr. If MIS8ANABIE (New) Apr. 25 For full .pertleillire apply te any Railway or Stiitrlhlp Agent or W. C. CA8EV, General Afeht 210 Pertue Avenue, Winnipeg sub-deacon. The been Introduced _-_y. Father Roseuthal, gave a very appropriate .sermon, suitahle to the occaalon. .The choir, under the Very able leadership of Rev..Father JUin wegaa, rendered, the four-part mass. The new, get of -vestments, the finest 'gold and Bllver embroidery and donated by Mr. JVI.: Pabara, Were used for'lhe.flral tirne. WELFARE AGENT Sir Thomas Shtughnessy, president of the C. I'. R. has sent out the Following the -ncnefili .derived irqm certain voluntary igencies such es'ihe'Sfc. Associa- 1 don, the Safety First Movement, the HaiUoKd t M C A aid Athletio AKocittiom, I live decided to ap- point in officer to co-operate in the ol such orgariuitlons amongst the of the C P. R with the titlo ot Qnoral Wcllm 1 A rent "Lieut-Col R Johnson, heretofore General Suntrmtcndent ol the Aujus Shopd District, who sines be Joined the in 1883 been acthelv identified with ike jtnerjl uplilt ol Ideals aid Mrvice imongst the rtilwiy emplofWl, Will uiume tk.t j thut offi LIBEL' ACTION CalBary, Alia, Morc'h ar lion brclijht In 4pnl, I9H, bj (he News telegram Co Ltd, Samuel Bowles, editor and publish- the Publishing Co, er ol SprhigUda (Mu> lUpub- Ltd, been sellled to the IB awl, tiou of (Be ot bottt papera. few days your'Wdneys lylll act fine: This famous'Baits Is .made from-Uie acid of grapes and lemon 'juice, .com- blned wiUi and'has been used for generations.to'Ilusli the kidneys..'also to., neutralize.: the acids in urine so it no longer causes Uius' -ending bladder weak- ness. .Tad Salts. 19 inexpensive ;and .cannot injure; ar delighttul'i efferves cent lltuia-'ieter drink which everj one should take now and then to keep the. kidneys, clean-and.activ.e andVttie" blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications Sold by Hlginbotham A Co, Limited. VISIT CUARESHOLM AORICULTUBAL SCHOOL Board eF Monnhert to Make Trip Boy or Girl With Each Member An excuruon will'be made by tbo Board of Trade about March 26, to Che Prcimclel AiricvUural school and de tnonstritlon firm e.t Clareaholro It IB hoped thit every member who the trip 'will take with him a boy or i girl from the public school Full details of the Irln nil) be made ae loon tta the) are completed The Hon Duncmi Marshall minister of Agriculture, Is.e-Lpected to be present oa the tarra on fhe (Jay of the excur slon. VAUDEVILLE OF 0 UAL I.T-Y AND LUXE Big Country Store Tonight USEFUL will be The. first prize will be Two Pedutree Wliite Rock Roosteri Other prizes' consist' of'-iiseful gfocarT- and toilet, articlea. Rnbelisky Russian MuBlul Nut. Eleanor Moran The Ragtimv Gl.rl.'f.- The Boxing Bantams Giving a. pe tion of the Minly Art of Self Defencf. 'THE ,THE LAKE A Three Part Adaptation of Sir Walter Scotfi Immortal Poem 0f the eame name ,THE-; LUCKY_HOpDOO A eemmlngly Funny Comedy With the inimitable Dot F.rl.y THE BANDIT OF DEVIL'i A Thrilling..Wettsrn Dnml Tomorrow Big Amateur Night Major J. W: of Per.th, died at Windsor. He was seventy-five year's-ol age. ORRINE FQtf pMNK.HAtlT go uniformly fticc-Mffu] RFNE been In ,tlw Ibo 'Drink Hanlff oUieni b oof ndence In we ndnt 10 v ORR'NK'li OB., vis, Block. ;