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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1914 THE L E T H B RIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THREE T, MM.K RIVER TEAM DEFEATffC BY SCORE OF 7 TO 6 ON SATURDAY Warner, Feb. Milt River Hockey loam paid A yeturn visit Lo Warner on Saturday 1aHernoon, but wete two men short, so tha-t a gain6 of six s side was arranged, Warner furnishing the visitors with a man. Four periods of 15 minutes each were played, and in the fust the home loam scored four tallies iu rapid suc- cession. Milk River bade in lira second with three tallies to one for Warner, but; an unfortunate accident Berg necessitated his leaving the ice, and Fisher was sent off for War- ner, leaving 'only Jive men on each side. It was seen that this would i make 1-he game slow up considerable, fo in the third Art BuJman was SHU in to replace Berg. In this period each side scored one tally, but in tho laat period Milk River fought hard for victory, and within three min- utes of time they had the home team tied six each, btiti Snapp for Warner succeeded in piercing the visitors' dc fence within one minute of time. The ending .with a score ol 7 to jn favor of Warner. To the spectators the game- was practically a new one, the majority novel- seen the game played be- fore, and the exhibition of Saturday given them a taste [or more. To many of the players the game st-ranger till this winter, but foe the short -time they have been at it, they deserve, great credit. For Milk River McMillan wcited hard, but could not keep from slashing constantly. Fat Johnson played a good game, and was popular wrtfa the whilst the rest of the team did all they could. For Warner, Davis showed that he was an old timer and was the only placer to he fenced. Cameron played in professional style, whilst was all over, playing the first and last quarters for Milk River and the other two for t-fw home team, scor- ing goals for side. Berg played till he fell on his stick, cutting SOME REAL SLANG Baseball ffcna are rtinfy ID baseball talk. Their fllanj pic- turesque, and finely deHCrifrf Ive, but for real unadulterated alaoB you muit give the trapflhootera pilrn. Usten to thle from a well- known gunner: air; 1 toed the tirin, line, wit the iron to my ihoUlder, drew a from Hie box and kill- ed It. The saiicev a lazy boy, riyinp atralRnt a'way, but want to sleep and tbe pigeon- nested in the grass. The next mud- pie sailed to left quarter, but the old peashooter alraply knocked the fuzz off. The fourth dlcky-Mrd waB Bmothorad aa aoon aa Itwainktcn- ed. Tben a cripple fluttered out and died. Next came a right-wheel- ing streaker, and I pulverized [RULES OF HEALTH FOR DYSPEPTICS OiCTING UNNECESSARY There are iwo wnys ty which peo- who Buffer from indigestion, iour atomaoh, tialulenco, etc., can overcome Hid trouble. First, all ut the abovo are _or Indirectly traceable to icidlty and fermentation, tliey can eliminate from Iholr diet all which form en t and form acid, such all and sugar and foods con- ttlnlog tbem, tbufl prohibiting broad, ooutoeo, frnllH aiid moel meats. Abcut the only safe foods are gluten bread a, spinach and Bin Hi I quantities of white neat of chicken or turkey. This diet la almost a starvation one, but it ti BometlmeB quite effective. Tho second way, winch appeals cs- ?eDJu.lly to tbotte who like to eat hearty meaJs of good foods, is to gat whatever Is reasonably dipcBlable, the acid and atop form en- lion iby the use ol a good ant-acid BROOKLYN PROMOTER MADE ft ID FOR LADIES BUT FAILED DISMALLY his eyc. IMr. M. L. Gordon referee and gave1, the best uatifllacbion. The teams: 31ilk goal John- son, point Stewart, rover McMillan And Hunt forwards. goal Whitty, jioint Carauion, rover Davis, Fish- er, Snapp and Berg forwards Bui- man replaced Berg. One Warner player played with Milk River each quarter. and Ungard. Judge of and LuVer. M'FAW BENI ON CLEAN UP Vor'K, Feb. ior women simply don'c go round these parts. The gentJer sex makes its way h'ome via the New subway is willing to tackle othet things Pari- sian but when it comes do Tvatohing tivo hualries ina-iil each other around the that's another story. John Weismarttrl, who runs the Broadway Sporting club in Brooklyn, made the bid foe the women fight fans. John advertised that would put on a weekly tea party, with, boxing strictly On the side. Alter thorough press-agent ing John threw open the club lor the first affair at which tie promised feminine boxing eathusiastics would gather. It was preUj- touch ofl John. There were plenty of "gents" in their shirt- alearcs, ivbo choired gum because John had admonished them not to smoke in the. presrace oi. hut there was only one "lady" pres- ent. She confessed that she was sonfc over the bridge by New York pa- SALT WAIER CUI ILL Looked on as Good Augury- Dakota Sands Within 300 Feet such fclsurtled i.c ipoontul ot irhlch in a little waier im- after Bating or -whenever pain IB. felt, Instantly nenLrtllz.es the the fermentation and per- mltB the stomach to do Its work with- puin or hindrance. to Jin licilr, convenience and effectlve- this latter plan is now being adopted, instead of tbe old fashioned, expensive. weakening otarvatioti pro- cess. In this connection Jt Is Interest- ng to note that since the widespread ifle of bliurated magnenlft ivaa eBUb- Ished, many druggists hare arranged to supply It in 5 gr. Ubleta 2 or 3 of which are equivalent Lo a teaapocm- of the powder form and are much nore convenient to Advt. PROGRESS OTHER WELLS Travellers from CouUs arriving In the city last night, brought the word that i strong How o; salt water had been encountered In tho Scgur-Cr.T.P. well east of that ivolnt, and that drill- Ing had ceased until '.he water can he cared for. Tlie wall [a down close to 1800 feet, and last woek a strong glow ot petroliferous gaa waa struck. The j Vow Last Opportun- ity fro see the Kin- Remember, I his is (lie LiiNt; Episode ol'lliis Great Serial. 1 FLYNN SHADED ca_ drill poini ii now In the RcnLon shjUe uud It is estimated that the Dakota annda will be cut within 300 feet. The striking of'oalfc water is looked upon 'aa a good augury. The outlook is mere favorable at present ihau at any time since the well 'wan spudded in. It IB said that the water completely choked off tbe gae, but this iuforuifuion does not came from an authentic source and must be taken for what it is worth. Mr. 0. G. Devenish, president of the United Oils and Chief Driller W. H. Bickel of the-Nortliwesl Drilling Co., were in tbe city last niglit, and wen! south to -Foremost this morning, where the Unlted'H second well lias already been spudded on section 3i 5-10 tbe Mr. Devlnisli Is confident of results In that locality. It is hie one aim In life to produce a paying -well In Alberta, and every ef- fort rvil] be used to rush ihe well now In progress of rrllling. Other Wells on CM si, half cf section 24 township 11 raugc 2 west of the fifth .Well down about 200 feet. on n.e. of 22- 29-28 west of the fourth. Depth 1ST7 feet; now In eh alee, gas pressure. Drlllinc on second 'tvell commenced near Aldersyde. Cincinnati, Smith won 3 newspaper decision here tonight over Jim Flynn in a ten round bod- ing contest. "There was a lime during the bout that Smith did not! Icr drill- have a shade the better ot the argu- ment on points, but the stamina dis- played by Flynn won the admiration ol the audience. MIKE GIBBONS MAY BOX GUNBOAT SMITH WANTS TO MEET WELSH GIMONS, CLAB1V AND WHITE Chicago, MoFar land has .set out on the road to thiw erownB.Mf he negotiates aJI the high- ways" and byway's -which Fred- die Welth. Joe Shugrue, Charley White, Alike Gibbons Jimmy G.abbr built fortifications and thrown up iMies of trenches and barb- ed wire the itkig oi the stockyards hopes to enter three capitcOa and wield tliree sc.jp lightweight, welterweight and m within fche year. Paoksy and his inftnager, Emit Thitry, have declared they will begin preparfttiona immediately. Tbiery las .written to the uranajers of Light- .weijhfc Champion Welsh, Gibbons and Clabfcy asking for matches. McJTarUnd will light Clabby or Gin- bonfi 20 rounds and agree to make 145 pounds at 3 o'clock. He says be can main this weight within a few flays. He believer can'get down to ew York, N.T., Feb. Oib- bons, middleweight cliaiiipiob, will probably meet Gunboat Smith at Madi- lon Square Oardan nert month. The St. Paul phantom announced lo- !ay in a telegTam to Jlramr Jponirvn, raatcbmakar, that he was ready to in- tte Jieavrwelght dirision. .John- aton immediately assured him he meet the Gunner. Gibbons 'would probably weiRh about 155 poundc in auch a boilt, irhllit the best the Gunner-will wtleb is about 183. 3TRUNK SUED FOR tthletici' Outtltlder in Troukle Over Auto Imaihup Pbitadelpliia, Pa.. Feb. 1 Strunk, fleet outfielder of the Ath- letics, in being sued in the Philadel- phia municipal court for damag- es by A. H alone, for injuries suffered in an accident in 'which Strunk'e automobile figured. Malooe alferes that on tha nizht. of July 16, he waa driving, hli carriage at RlnnEotd and Somerset atreets, when Strunk'a automobile cpiahed into :t. Ha algo declares that ball piar- er -was driving his machine at eices- sive speed nnd failed to found a warn- ing of his approach. KILBANE FINISHED GOOD ing in Sweet Grass field let last 'Buffalo, F'eb. Kilbanc ol; Cleveland, fea-'hei.weight champion, I outhoxed-Young Kansas oi BuRalo in the last tbree rounds oE a 10-rouiK bout horc-tonight.'Kansas held ohxmpion for sfiTe.i rounds, but in ttio closing rounds. Nei- iher flffhtefs suffered much yunisli- mettt. Kilbane weig-hod 133, Kansas 123 J. Reclamation Service, Quits RIFLE PRACTICE The regular practice of.tha Lath- bridae Rifle club will held Wart- evening at the Central school, usual time. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 'in a. teatherweight? a liihtwelglit. IB a llghtweiglil.? a. welterwetgbt. a wellefwelrlit? a mlddlewairiic, IB a mitfaieweight' a nearyweti-lit. t otpmTTwelihi1; a Merely a Vexing Lttton Alter reading New York accounts' of l.ha Fmddie Welsh-Willie Bwcber flfht tbe other niglit, it appears lihat Willie owes the champion lor a 30- inute 4 nf lenon. ANDREWS AFTER WHITE 136 pounds within a lew" weeks hy strenuous training. Manager Thiery. claims to have two offecs for Packer to fight Gibbons. One is of Jimmy John- son ot New York. The other is a offer (com Tom Andrews of Milwaukee. The New York offer will te accepted if the cm be arranged for la.te in Februarr Wtuld Match Chicagoan Wiili Shugrue or Dundee Chlcato, Feb. 2. Charley FI8HIR SIGNS WITH YANKEES Mlddlebury, Vt., Teb. L Piihw, pitcher ot the York Am- cricani, slid todty that fee hid fign- a three-jear contract with that club, it is undentoad that con- trjet calls for a salary or J19.500 for thrw, WILL AT FAIR Chicago, 111, Fell. J Chicago American league bamball team will ne a feafure of the opening of the Pan sma-Paeiffc International at Ban Prancjico Februiry 20. fanehe Ltvii to Fight Oen.nl Vlllt NJI he li willing to- light.- If necMimrj, In order to a el JoSnion into Mexico, bnt, then it nerer took to Pancho Into a quarrel. Glita, ateek int. Willie Ritchie la 'back In his old- Whlte'i lint ftffht after he probably will be with Shugrue or Johnny Dundee. Tommy Andrews] .Milwaukee's lead-. ing promoter, waa in Chfctgo today to let White'! signature to a contract to riffht either of the two mentioned late White WHS reported recbverina; rapid- ly today from the pneumonia attack which prevented in New York. the Wlilte-Welsii ELKS TO AUCTION OFF WORLD'S SERIES IALL New York. N.Y., Feb. Brooklyn will bid high tonifot tor.pcsies- alon of the first ball that was put into play in the opening game of the 1914 series between Boston and Philadelphia. The ban will be sold at the opening of las new elubhouie of "Lodge No. 22, 1o whlcb President John K. Teoer of [he National league, himself Elt, has given tae historic bail. Hinaini the Public a Jack Jobnson is said taking his coming fight with 'Jur WHUrd terioullr. "Lil' Arlha" have oil his sense of humor. MfihBd In aWle's Ping Bed'.e -wants to play vitb.the ihicago Federals. be wants o jet life membership in .Charley time He uj) I WeMlmian'f atrlnr ot grnfc saother manager, liumi, WOMAN WHVLP NOT GIVE IIP Thotiffa Sickui SuiSer'atf, Al Lut Found Hcl Pinkhwn'. Ue Compound. Biehajond, Pa. Wh.n I lUrted Uking Ljdia Pinkham's Vcgeuble' Compound I was In a dreadfully rundown of health, hid internal tno- and was M ex- tromtlj ntrnaM and pnatraUd that if I had fiven in to I would km been in bed. As it was I had ftrmith at I bnei to ha