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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 191� THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Guaranteed OCJIOOr, Klrls enjoy, '^the trlufo mill from . tcJiool on n 'Clevclanil" ' Cycline promotes hcallli -in�kM for efTictcncy tn class, Hoys'or Olrln'modrt �:� , .Men'sor Indies' " $4S CC.M Model'T" J3S lladt hc St. Louis Browns came north through the Western association (Cla.'js IJ) territory, and those little leaguers managed io whale the life out of the misfit majors on about every occasion. Joe Uenz, of the Chicago White Sox. was the first major loatjue pitcher to go tho full nine Innings in a practice game. Me went the route against Fort Worth, and shut them out, allowing only two real hits. According to a Clovelaud war �orre-apondent Chick Gandil swings the heaviest bat used in the American league. His sticks: weigh around 50 ounces. In the National league Larry Uoylo and Jack Meyers are said to use the heaviest bats. The Yankees broke camp on March 2-1 and hit the road-that Is, part of Donovan's large squad did-In a body, but there was quite a scattering of recruits who won't see the Polo Grounds this sjirlng after all their cftorta. There is still another Kvers in (ho game. Connie Alack is giving a trial to a youngster hailing from Philadelphia who bears tho lamous name. Ho Is an Infielder and.the son of a politician prominent in the Quaker City.- Cozy Dolan. who "bought" his own release troin the St. Louis Cardinals by accepting n hon.us for giving up hiB contract, has sls'ie'l with tlio In-dlanapollB club ot tho American association and will. It is said, bo used on third base In place of Herman Bron-klo. � Tho Cincinnati Reds, after making a very poor showing against the Class 11 Shreveport team, journeyed to Now Orleans, whore they found something they could heat, namely, tho Clovoland Indians. It Is said the Indians, thinking they had a chance at aomotUiug easy, loafed wnW it was too late to catch up. 8hi*ewd Davo Little DavId~"Ma, can't 1 play makln' bollovo I'm entertaining another lltUo boy?" : XllB Mrt-"Yes, dear, ot course'." Little David-"All right, GImmo ome'oftlto tor Ulm." v > ? ? > ; �;� ? : BOYS WITH SIGHT LOSE MAT MATCHES TO BLIND ATHLETES ? Kansas City, April 5.-Athletes at tho Kansas slate school - for the blind were Jubilant over the facl-tliat they deinonslraled In a wrcHllIng nialch last niglit that they are the niasteni of onpoiients with acute sight. In the matches arranged by tho ijliyslcal dlrbclor of the Bcliool to show that the senses of feeling and hearing could bo So trained that totally blind persons might engage in physical exercise, the blind defeated those with normal sight in three out of live bouts. : ? > ? ? ? .;. CARPETBALLPLAYERS N A LIVELY m Moose Lodge Team Wrest The Tropliy From S. O. E.-A Close Contest The Loyal Order of .Moose were successful in their third attempt to wrest the City Sign Works Shield from the S. 0. K. last evening, winning two straight games by 10-(i and 11-10. The games were very close and exciting all through, eadi team taking the lead and then losing It to their opponents, until in the latter part ot tlie first game the Moose scored R three end, thus drawin.;? away from the champions and winning by a margin of four. The second game wn.s even more close, being a tie, 10-10, until the last end. When half way through this end Gurr of the Sons laid a beauty which was well covered. Tho S.O.K. thought they still had a chance with a third game to play, but Clements of the Moosi- came along with a moal sensational play, which knocked the S. O. ]�:. ball out, and laid liis own. Tills play cluclied the game and gave the shield to the Jloose. The Jloose well deservcil the shield as they have persistently .tried to land it in their hall. The Moose are now open to receive challenges for the shield from any carpetball team In the city. AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT WIFE WELL-KN AOERIRCHAN D Victim of Typhoid-Farmers On The Land-New Ex-hii)iUon Secretary FAMOUS WHITE SOX TWIRLER CONFIDENT HE'LL BE "JAKE" Mineral Wells, Tex., April 5.-Ed. Walsh Is sanguine he Is going to be a regular pitcher on the Chicago White Sox staff this year. Tho big fellow insists that old ache and pain in his shoulder has gone and that all he needs is work by easy stages. "The arm feels fine," be said. "For two sjirings I was troubled with the kink in my shoulder, but I have had no traces ot that this spring. 1 am not going to work up fast, (hough. That might be fatal to ray chances. Just a gradual system will suit me. I ought to tell Inside of a week how tho ol(l souper Is going to work." MADE IN CANADA" COLLAR aforSSooDtt . CLUKTT, PKAHODY & CO, liio. MONTREAI. QUEBEC DEFEATED THE WANDEREf^S IN BOSTON Boston, Mass., April 5.-Quebec won from Wanderers last nig',U hi the iirst game of the seiao.=, ot exhibition hockey matches to be played at the local arena. Neither the Wanderers nor Quebec were playing their full regular team, which detracted from the inlor-ost ot the game. The final score was five to four. The teams play again on Thursday night and the winners will meet Ottawa liero on Saturduy and Monday. The players are playing tlie matches on tho percentage basis. CANADIENS BEAT ROSEBUDS IN GAME IN NEW YORK New York, April 5.-Canadiens. the world's professional hockey champions took the lead last night In a two game match hero by scoring six goals to throe against tho Rosebud team of Portland, Ore. Taber, April 5.-The death prcurrcrt hero today from tvplioid fever, of Mrs. Lettie Jane Hill, wife of J. W. Mill, the well-known hiudwaro merchant ot this town. .Mrs. Hill, who was fnr-inoi'ly Mrs. Ritc-liic. was well known in Taber, where she has resided for the last ten yeai.s. marrying Mr. Hill some two years ago. She leaves ono son. Jack, who i:' maiiiiglng her farm south of Purple Springs, and one daughter Annie, wife of R. G. M. Todd, ot Vancouver. Mrs. Hill was 48 years of age and was a native of Ontario, where sho lived until some ton years ago. The funeral v.ill take place on Pridav next from iho Knox Presbyterian church. y .-New Seci-elnry The directors of (he Tabor Agricultural Society met yosterdny and T. A. Sundal, the s-ecrctary-treasurer. having placed liix resignation in their hands, previous to liiM eulisting with the Amoricin Legion at Vancouver, Edward T. ^V'c.atlilke was duly elected Eccrotary-treasurer in Uis stead. . Farmers On Land The farmer;; are all back on their landagaiu. plowing and preparing the soli for this ynar's crop, after last week's snow storm which tied things up tor ;i, (ouple of days.' Already one (� two fiirmcr-. report having started seeding operations. 11 is also tho iii-tenlioii of soveriil farmers to grow corn for seod (his yo.'ir. special induce-niciits having been offered them for the piircliase of seed corn this fall by well known western Canadian seed houses Al least two farmers are preparing estimates of cost tor the erection ot silos thi.s coining summer paving (he w;iy for tho Taber district becoming the corn centre ot Canada Mny Plant Trees A niovemcnl is on fool to plant av-enue.T of tceos on several of our resi-dontial streets as a memorial to Tabor's brave sons fighting in the present war. This movement aims not only In preserving the memory of those who have gone to the front in a permanent way, but also'will be the means of greatly beautifying the town, and deserves all the encouragement befitting such a worthy object. GOTCH AT HIS HOME Humboldt, la., April 5.-Frank A. Gotch is home from Calltornia, where ho has been since January wreslUng and getting Into shape tor his contract ot thirty weeks with a ciroua, beginning April 15th Gotch will receive $1,100 per week and oxpeuses and $l,;i50 a week it he contracts to wrestle Slechor. It is almost a toro-gouo conclusion that ho will. Champion Je^is Willard also appears on a contract basis. COAST BASEBALL STARTS Tho Pacific Coast Baaobnll league la the first of tho big leaguiJ baseball organizations to gat under way t'or,tho season. Tho opening games resulted as toUowt': Portland C, San Francisco 4.  Los Angeles 5. Vernon 2. Salt Lake 7, Oakland 4. Frank Chiinco. former innnagor of Chicago Cubs, now manager ot the Los Angeles team, was put out of tho game for disputing with tho umplroi i^o% pure", the youthful skins are sensitive to the slightest deviation from soap perfection. IVORY SOAP IT FXOATS / Procl*ri Oamble Factories in Ratiiilton, Canada ^- ,� ERSMANHAS s mm An Early Record-New Elevator Now Being Built Travels. April 3.-Our farmers are not slow around here and are taking advantage of every day when it Is possible to work. One man near liere .'lowed .SO acres ot wheat laat week. ."Much work has lo be done this spring before the seeding can be lluishod, as thero was very little plowing done last tall, but tho weather is getting very favorable and the frost ia going out rapidly so that the plowing can proceed at once it no more cold weather comes to prevent. The land seems to have plenty ot moisture and we havo splendid seed grain this spring, so all arc happy in anticipation of an excellent crop. New 'Elevator The .TerwlUeger Elevator Co. are building a'uiow elevator here. Ii will soon be complctfed, which will make tour large grain elevators in our town and we understand the; fifth ono will soon, be :biijlt,i and wo need them all and more. Ulrlch and Witting have built a largo auto garage and are ready to repair.all broken machines. Louie t'ook,'llui barber, traded hia house and lot in town for horses and machinery and moved out on a tarin lo earn his broad oft tho ground instead ot from men's faces. Mr. Ly-mer now runs the barber shop. Mr. Banlatoc and partner have buill a large Massey-Harrls machine ahop. also a blacksmith shop in connection. Boy Witting' lias .just tiritshed getting his ice house filled. Thero are lots ot new automobiles in town,, the high price ot gasoline seems lo cut no Ico in this place. Our genial friend "Jlartln Fogarty is no longer d bachelor. Ho has taken for a lito partner Mrs. Grace Solbeck We wish them a long lite ot happiness and are glad this jolly couple are to live among us. Mrs. M. Qreonmun returned from Medicine lliit on Friday whore she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Graham tor several weeks. Our town Is growing and many Improvements are being made. We fuUy Intend to have ono of the best towns on this lino. Nothing but tho olem-ojits can prevent It, as we are In tlie inldst ot one of tho finest farming dis-' trlcts In Alberta. Our yield record and high grade ot grain prove it. STEAMER BREAKS IN TWO Shanghai, China, \prll 4.-The Japanese ateamer Chi Yo Maru which ran aground on tho rocks ot Lema Islands at the ontrauco to the Canton river laat wo6k', has broken lu two. The vessel broke apart between hold No 3 and hold No, 8 Tho crow and passengers previously Ua4 been taken off by a BrUlsh'warship. FEET AREN'T ACHINC on TIRBO NOW- -"TI2" U�e "Tiz" for tender, puffed-up, Burning, Callouitd F�et, and Corn* People who are toroed to atand on their feet all day know what sore, tender, sweaty, burning feet mean. They use "TIz" and "TIr" euros their f^et right up. It keeps feet In perfect condition. "Tlz" is the only remedy In the world that draws out all the polaonous exudations which putt up the feet and cause tender, sore, tired, aching teot. It Instantly-stops the pain In cornsi callouses and bunions. It's sitiiply gHorlous. Ah! how comfortable your feet feel after using "Tlz." You'll never limp or draw up your face'^in pain. Your shoes won't tighten and hurt your feet. Get a 25-cent bOK of "Tiz" now from any druggist. Just think!- a whole year's foot comfort for only 25 cents.-Advertlaoeat. Returned Soldier^s Eloquent Appeal for Prisoners of War (CoNTiNUEH jitoii Front Page) Mrs. Peter GUchrlat, Atholo Terrace, Helensburgh, Scotland, has entered oil her 102nd year. The old lady retains tho use ot her I'aoultles In a marked degree, and onjoys ft.fair measure of hotiUU, commissioned officers are not usually exchanged. He told of his surprlue on hia arrival In England lo find that tho country was not In tho hands ot the Germans, as the only war news the prisoners got, was contained In the one paper that they were allowed to receive. It waa printed in Berlin in the EngHsh language by a supposedly American neutral and was called the Continental Tiuiea, but nicknamed tho Gouttnental Liar. According to it tho Brltiali navy had been sunk twice and ten million Kusslans taken prisoners. Tho speaker told of the quantities o� aocks and cigarettes that are dally sent to the trenches. He said he himself never washed a pair ot socks, ho didn't need to, he had too many, but all was changed after he was captured. He said the men, somewhere in France were amply cared for by the government; it was the men in tho prison camps who were much more in, need of supplies and he was sure that conditions would be changed as aoon as conditions were known. Perhaps the majority ot people think that a man is taken prisoner ot war. only after he has aald "I surrender," It Is nothing ot the kind, the prlaoners are 95 per cent Avounded men who were not able to crawl to cover when^he Huns advanced or v\'ho had not a gun handy to shoot themaelvea. Many a man has put a bullet through his Uralu rather than run the risk ot going to a, German prison camp. . Women of Ijothbrldge, whose sym-palhlea wore so aroused yesterday, be not content until you have done something to help these poor men who sacrificed everything to go to light for your liberty. In some placea..namos ot prisoners, who have no friends or relatives, are obtained and these prisoners are'adopted, that Is they are sent food regularly and cheery letters are written, in fact everything done lo help make their Btay.wliioU we all hope will not bo long, in pripon camps as comfortable as possible under the ciroumstanoos,' 'S TOM SURPRISE Calgary, April 5.-To have abandoned hope of over getting moneys collected on a moirtgage, and then to recelte the Intelligence after more than 20 years that the sum of ?1,G93 had becir reposing in the bank "all these seasons, waiting for the lawful claimant and with accumulated interest sufflc-lent to bring the sum up to $2,400, la like getting money from home, and this la the experience which Mr. Prank^ Marrage, of Blalrmore, haa recently enjoyed. Property here, was mortgaged bjs the late Mr. John Scott, formerly of Calgary, and made out in Mr; Mar* rage's favor. Marriige left Calgary in 1889, leaving the matter in the hands of Solicitor Ede, themof Calgary, who was to make an effort to collect the an^ount. Because Mr, Ede hud ex^ pressed a grave doubt as to ever be* ing able to collect and because tha communication which Hr. Ede seni; to Mr. Marrage when the coUectlo:^ was finally made went astray, the lat^ ter concluded that the mortgage wa^ valueless and could only be plaoed, among bis bad debts. "Tlie man and his money have finally been broughti^ together and Mr. Justice Stuart, Mom day afternoon, issued an.^order that" the money be paid from the Bank of, Montreal, where it has so long lodged, and forwarded to its rightful owner who has these many seasons been liyA., Ing on the Pacific coast.  ; For PiljBs Pyramid File Txeatment Ii TJaea M Home and Has Saved a VMt ' Bumber from the Honor ' / of Operation.' Don't permit a dangerous op�ratlon:,; for piles until you have seen what: I�yramid Pile Treatment can do for^ you In tho privacy of your own hom�. Rtrntmbw Pin unld - Forget PiUt. No case can bo called hopeless unless Pyramid Pile Treatment has been triad and haa failed. Lottoirs by tho . Booro from peoplo'Who believed their cases liopoloBS are In our fllea. . They . fairly breathe tho Joy ot tho writers. Test Pyramid Pile Treatment your-  self. Either Kot a box-prloo 60o-�r-. �from your drutrglat or mall tho con- ?ion below right nwny for a porfootly ree trial, �:'�:.! FREE SARIPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANT, - m Fyrumld Bids., Marahull, Mloh-Kindly immi mo 11 Free sample ofi PynmidFilaTrMliaaBt. iu plulu wruppocv Name........