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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY. APRIL fi, 1915 THE LKTHHHIDGE DAILY HERALD Fight Made Records in Affairs of Will Retire From Ring and Live Under French to Reap Spoils of of Battle WILLARD EXPLAINS IT Minima. Uubli. "I have no Immedlulu for rights ill till! riilurc. I. iiui obli- glued lo llic syndicnle which' promoted Llic ami wou'ld like to rest ill home, niter The Hilvcr com, Four Amateur Teams Will Furnish Baseball Here There will a four-tuani po using entertainment buiebnVi CaiiB u[ Lethbrldjfe llite vanimor, If the ImllcntloiiB ut the mewling of bue- bnll clubn at the Y.M.C.A. last night hoi da Hocil. The tennis will bo; Com- mercial Knov, nnd UankorH. The Bunkers ware not reprcHcnted al meciinE. but IL IB well ihni. they will havs !i teum in line. II.T .Henderson rcpre- Btmteil Ihe IriivelltjrB; UerL Kit ox and II. J.1 Mciwyua, Hie Y.M.G.A. The (jlactiou of ulflcHtlB, with tlia exception of of uecrctttry and ineiiibors Tor Hie executive committee, (lofcircd iiiitfl u more roprcH dila- tive could he held, which will MuLlve commlUee. Thc oxocullvo couimlttoe will tie to lhe procuring of grounda ami olher necvstinry fnc- torn In completing tlie orflnniKiillon. The loague will Indulgo In Ama- teur ball only, and iin will be made to get lhe cluliH evenly lui'i- anced rljjht nt the H i of iho J be in abcut ii whole's ti H. H. .Mi ary trcos no. In the ln- Eelucltid aa Hell- which will not commoner until month. hull IB wlml was decid- ed upon laat nlglit no more, nn holidays included. U thought thnl thlti wi'Jl bt) the muanu of making the gainoR more poniilar. Thnrft nri; a few old debit himeball to ho squnred up around town, mid the wont on rpcord Inal night HB being lionrtHy in of UGlng Llie receipts lo n'ipn llieni off the elate. JflHCli cluh In i.he IcaeiiK will rinancn Itfi own Rtfnirs, of gate receipts. HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH_OR A COLD 'I Stjui 'Applied, In Nontrlls !I OlWRH'Air flight Up. Initant no waiting. Your oloCKwl noutrila ojicn right up; tho aii pMsftgea of your head.cluar ant; you can brcatho Xo mor0 liuw.hlng, Bniil'ftlng, blowing licodnchv. dryncbB. No tor -brealh at ulflit; your cold or catarrh dlaappeam. Get a dinall bottle of JOly'ii Cream Ualiii from your now, Apuly a little of Ihla fruKnuiL, antiseptic, cream in your noalrlls. It Iionetrates through every air passaKG of the lie.id. aootheB tliu Intlamed or jnvolhui miU'-uup mfcinbnuie and relict H'fl just flue. Don't stay sluffed-uy with a cold or nasty catarrh. For sale by J. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Ltd., Urngglaia. Advt. Illy, many of them old almost fulling aparl. are stacks of 1 and dirty and The niystery mice is now explained. He went to A lhe track lo see the j-ate money although he had no linaii- v promoted the nelil, and would Uie te money (J like to rest home after un v :illhouph He had" no linaii- j v uNliibiliun toui-. which 1 under- -ntere8t in aml ai the numl is itrojcctcd. v u k lrom visit. v SpcakliiR of Hie final round -I' v (Hal won him the victory v is re-iaon to liclleve'llial Lhe t lard Klllll riioiv mat in-uualil tho to u quick conclusion was a rislil liuud snmsli lo John- soil's bcdr early In the laat round. I felt Johnson srow limp in the next clinch, and tenew th-.it I had the chimimon- ship within reach. A loft to holly nnd a right smash to the JHU, nut Johnson tlown for Hie count." 4, .j. Uai-nna; ApriJ of Hav- nna today resuTning its cus- rouiary aspect after LUC intrusion yca- Icnlay or the excitement Incidental to the pasaiii" of [he world's heavy- iv (light chauijilonship from -lack hon to Jess WlJIard. Tonight rhe oltlzens of Havana, are plunnliiE'lo'give the new champion a public reception fliid present him with a gold waicli. SpRClalors, tourists und Oslit pro- moters are leaving the city as Eacil- Hies offer, transportation lines an; impatiently waiting to be off and the xrcaf. llgliL is i-apidly be- coming past 'history lo if was held. The men most interested in the bat- lie took small part in the celebration last night. Wlllard spent the early t'vpnJjig sight seeinp- with friends from Kansna after ivliidi he had tlin- unr aad went lo bed early. The pro- moters were at Hie race track until long after midnight counting the eatc jeueipla. The oltlrial total is not yet known. I receipts excct-dod JI25.UUU. The ab- m of Johnson led lo rumor that he wns sick in ;i hospital and1 tin- other from de- teclivt's. phius. for departure ol' Willaixl Hnrt Johnson ft pram p known lodRy. nnil promoters and Hupportera will leave here Wedrics- lay for Key West on their way north. Johnson accompfliiled by ]jjs wlfo and some Mends expoct to leave Havana tho latter part, of the week for thc French Island of Martinique In llio West Indies. More limn persons, lourists, fight spectators and others now in Havana, expect to make their way lo Key West during lhe ncxi two dnys. Boats and trains will bi3 to capacity. In fact nil travel rwiords have (broken in (he past five iliLys by the Incoming "and outgoing crowds. A record In lhe amount of news and private ca-bles moved out ol" Hav- ana in one clay also has been estab- lished. Sixty thousand words were cleared on the caiblc lines during the nasl 21 hours. WILLARD'S Los Angeles. WIFE Cal.. KNEW (Vuril ABE FOOLED HIM Portland Boxer Triad to Slip It Over Attsll Portland. Ore., April Altell. 1'ormer fc-athorweight champion, knocked Eddie Flan- iiiBiin, HII amateur welter- cold, today, when Finn- v nlgoii al'.empted to take ad van- tagc uE an opening with a hard blow. Atteli caught Klaunlgan on Uiu point of llie Jaw prompt- and knocked him clear out. AS a result of the boxing fiasco, (he amaLeur club which has Tjecn furnjaiiing opponents Tor ALtell in Ills nci. at a Port- land playhouse, has refused to lot any more of its boys go oil- Attell" nlcled the boy to his feet affer tlie knockout, Imt excused bin action by saying he had been double-crcssed. c- FIIZ WITS SUND 101 IHE Xew York, N.Y., A yell FiLzsimuions; former heavy welgiu champion o[ the pugilistic world, yus- Life on a German Submarine An Officer's Impression The following article was writ I on by a German olliccr lo popularize Uu: siibmarinc in Germ tin j in vioiv o[ Uiu of Cireal nritain. ajjpcarcd in several Oermiiii papers. to pun, ami slitlos away into "L'i? will take in provisions and clear. lor sea. Extreme economical open A few cable lengths away another H has submarine appears liiiiieward hound, yjic is Uic 1.30 reliirtiiiig iroiti a long cruise in which she succeeded in sink- ing a ship bound with a cargo oi fro- zen- mutton lor ICiiglaiul. "Good luck; old sheep sings the rytlius." fL'unnuaiiiler oi IM7 as the sister ship A first lieutuimiii, with ;icliiis; rank I passes within hail of commander, takes Mir c.nlor in tlic gray dawn of a February day. Thu hulk ol an old corvette with tbe The seas tire heavier now, and U-17 rolls unpleasantly as slic makes the Iighlshij) and answers the last salute (nun a. friendly haniL. The two offic- ers OH tim bridge turn once to look ;il the liglitshiji, iiiiCfldy aslein. then Cross o[ 1870 on her stuhliy HiremaKt his quarters in port, and on the corvette's cluck lie is presently- .salut-i ctl by his first engineer and the oHic-1 their looli beawaid. of lhe watch. On Lhr piuu the It is'iough, stprmv weather. IE thc crow of the U-17 await him. At their eggshell ahenil two or three days icet the narrow gray submarine HCB without a stop llic officers in chaise alongside, straining a lillln at her in ill gel no sleep for just that long- ihles. If it gr.Ls wiiy rougher they will he "Well, our orrtcr.s ;it last." tied to Uie bridge rails to avoid be- hrgins thn juliiii'.bsing his ling swept overhoard. If they arc of 3G, antl crew grin- For J hungry plates of soup will ue brought this is 'I'ATs lirst experience of act-1 to them on the bridge, ;md the North Tc service. She has done nothing j Sea will uttciul to its salting Tor cave trial trips hitherto, nnd has just them. overhauled for her lirst righting I .Just as ihe commander is trying to cruise.. Her siraps out ij [julance a plate with one hand and use number of orders. Provisions arc tnja spoon with lhe oilier, the watch Havana, Cuba. April .lack JohiiBOu and Jess .'Wlllard were not to meet till 12.3Q o'clock, tills af- LernoDii, Havana time, for the heavy- weight chniDpioiiHhip of the world, tlie (iftriy liours oJ the forenoon saw thousands on tlie way to the j'jice coiirse. Neither Uie black chaiupiou nor Lin co'wboy fighter changed overnight their pptimi3tic forecaste of tbe out- come. Each man wan sure he would Johnson said he was in 'at i uerformnnces. last evening, Dolly rreedmau, the nightingale, Is oii. the again for.tbe balance of--this weelr, ind will he heard in thc latest.'popular long successes. "A Mother of a part feature of Civil AVar times, feat-, irlng llic veteran oE the Ol- cctt, is the lentil re attrtiution' on 'the movie bill. Full of Jnteneo. dramatic and emotional interest VIother of Men" is one of the peat cature attractions tliBt her yet been eon at the Or rheum. "The Scenario editor's tnevmost iQiuedy ever produced, together with 1000 (eet, of solid "laughter StaTlight'fun factory, comnletee a gramme tJipt Is hard to beat. ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE.OF Q'UArLPTY AND PHOTOPLAYS TOXIGHT 24 Kidi and 4B shMB'pirticlpat- infl In'thjs contest.'- the "fun. Mauetlio Master Magician, the Myotery. Woortrow Wjlsoii: In.a laughatiJe ifcatcn "tfte'Jew and Fire "Chisf." Dolly Free'dinau-.' She'i with ect long A Mother of Men A Stirring Three Part Feature of Civil Wir Timei The Scenario Editor's: Praam The- Fantastic Comedy ever Feet of Screaming Comedy from the Starlight Studios Wsteh for the Farm Feftlval: SALTS FINE FOR ACHING KIDNEtS We eat too much which clogs Kldneyt, then Back hum and Bladder botheri, you. Most folks forget that the kidneys, Hke the get sluggish mnd'clbg- ged and need a .flushing occasionally, else :we have backache -'and dull mis-. cry in the' kidney ''region; severe heao- uclieV, rheumatic twlnee's. torpid liver, acid atquiach, sleepIeHsD.esa and: all sorts ut bladder disorders. Tou simply roust keep your kidneys active and clean, and the moment you [eel an ache or pain in the kidney' region, get about four ounces of- Jatl Salts from any good-drug storefhere; take a'tatilespt'onful In a glass of wmt- er before breakfast '.for a few v and :Tour kidneys will then act 'flu. ThlBvfRmouB salts .is .made the-- aciil pfigrapes' and. lemon bined nnd is' haljnleM to'i kidneys 'and Bormal activity.-' .It. also treHzn the. acids in the urine so longer irrltatce, thug ending bladder dlsorderE. Jad Salts is hanuleaB; incipensiTc makes a delightful effervescent littiii water, drink wlilch evpiyopdy shooli take' now tlien to'keep neya thus. avoiding serioos ilicatlona. A well-known local Be lots or Jad In foil, who leve in overcominEj.lildney while it is only trouhle. Sold D. Hljinbotliiim .UmUajt ;