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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, lOlfi T �T K T, F T TT n R I D G F DAT I> Y H E R A T. D PAGE THRv'^JK an. DONCASTER ARROW COLLAR 2 for 25c Cluett. Peabody : ? ? ? > ? ? : : : ? ? > : ? : ? : : i ^____________I liv na ;siin roof wafer t!n'ipiij;ii a r.r.. \,,.,l.,,.,r, I liller ic-i/re it cntrrs t|,' u.iik. CONSERVATION OF RAIN WATER rropcr attention is not a'^'-avs kiv-) en to the .sl/irase of roni water. I'oof Wilier as trsuallv inlirrtcd in , harrol or tank is foul, djr). In lolor, had ill taste and tlic (;r:'i,.'r i)(ri,i)nl of the water runs to v.-.isic- i)-. laean^j of nil over(io�', tlie haricl ri uliar ta.sle and its :,;t'ial iciil elirracier are dii,^ lo dirt � a'lied from roofs and cave ;;'.ill:'r. . iv pm-p; f aUeiitioii Uii'se ohii c. i.uraldi' ton-(lit ions may he avoided and tlir wa-t m' renik'red lit. to driiiK. Tiic sloram-of water for anv lenstli ir, tin)!' doi'S not impair its cliaracici, irnidiie.; lliat all dirt he kept out oi ihe t.uiU.' Dirl may he l;ept, on) oi llie innk^ sand SOLDIERS OUT OF RUNNING ChleaKo, I'Vh. -1. - .less Willard,! heavyweight champion, v'll l:e pahli J,I tlie rate of pir niiiiiile fori ,--, . . , hi.s ID-round liiilit with Frank Moran WinnipcK, I.e!i. j.-~Ui the la.stest in New York March 17. Willard sii;r.- �"'il .scrappiest senior content o lie I'aiiks should he hniil ai coiierelc 1, . 4 j , lu and not of wood ; llie latter (i;i\;'s a . ? > : ? ? : ? : : : When Ketchol llrat fought ,7oo Thomas, at Marysville, ("al., Koteliel siu'denly swunj; a haymaker and sent Tliomas' face down to the door. The round had fully two niinulos to go jind Referee Eddlo Smith liad counted ,up to GiKht when liio kouk rang; sial-j York, at which other details of denly and seconds oiled into the; match will le settled. riuK. A man who had a larRe hel down ou Thomas had reached over and pulled the bell. There was a iiearrlot, and by tlie time the police liad cleared the rlnR Thomas, who had been draKged to Ills corner liy liia f-econds, had recovered eom^cionsr.ess. The llRht was resumed, and Thomas nianaKud to stall for tho limit, .netting u draw, ever for a Ill-round con-; WOULD STOP 'FAKE' WRESTLERS test. j --- 'i'om .Jones, m.ananer for Willard,' Game'to Bo Pat Under Supervision i f:";''V,';V''|';'-lii' ','o';'.'''"/w.''''.'^".'1 was ^iv.-n check for $2.1ti0 hv Dave, In New York | 1 . '' o'.; "ra iViU o ( t> Lewinsohn, reprrscntiuL' Uic'.vrrd and -- , ,.t, . ,. . r �' t^-i:" Mc(;racen. According to the aRrrc- Albany, X. v.. Feb. .t.-Wre.tlinJ ^''f""'' ''�'' ninit f;2p,l)lJ0 is to he de'vjsited hy is to be under state supeiHision in the proMioters with Rohcit Vernon of .\ew York. A bill is helu- i.retiared New York, the olhcial st;ikchoIdei, for introduction in the lower house I-V! ruary .'), iuid the romainini: $25,- >)r tho legi.slature wdiich would put Olio is lo he paid Willard 21 hours he- wrcatllns under the supervision of PRICE .OF GREAT PLAYER Uy an oxriendlture of almost ?.jO,tiOO the New York Giants hasohall eleb came into possession ot three stars of the Federal league, Harry F. Sinclair turning over "fJeiiny" KauiT, loading batsman of tho luaguo; "Bill' (he state athletic commission. The increase ot fake wrestlers un-The oue.stion of a referce'is exncct-'''er names siwh as "The Masked Mar-to come uo at a conferrncj with the vol,.....fiio Terrihlo Turk' and 'The proaioleis next Wednesday in New -^'iirhty Uussiau near" demand such �- - t^iip state supervision, say those who are '.behind the bill. Willard expr .sscd himself as dc-' - Iii!;hted that tlic match had hern ar- WE'STERGAARD IN SPOKANE | l.Pun raHRed. He has been doiiiR liphl work. FOR MATCH WITH TAYLOR! i,'i()ii at the t:hieai;o Athletic association Spokane, Feb. !.-Xursing frozoa i j, 1 If) here for sotre day.s. .Jones at once ears and fairly bristling with Moii'ana 1,(;,-;(! wired Waltrr 'Monahau at Los An- zero temiieralure, .less \Vester?aard, l.SiMt tic'es lo come here and lake charge 'j;iant Swedish wre.'iUer of Dea .Moines, i^^oio of tlie cliaiiipioa's trainhic; program. Iowa, readied Spokane yesterday for 2,!(i(i It was reported lierc tiiat thi" price his bout with .lack Taylor, the former^ 3,0l)U oi sea's to the coulest would range Canadian "cop," at tlie Auditorium from $") to $2.';. ' .next Frida'^ ni.';ht. WesterKaard lias i U is tasiks will i,e er be inll, ihr -.vat.T i beiiiii; ill continual use, the tank is capahle of i-l irinic anv oan-s ov( r Ihe averai;e, thus"). in,,' tlic supply ovtr a succeedin!!; when the rainfall inav lie lelow the a'eraRC. Konf areas rcenire the followin;; sizes ot tank at Iti feet deep ; c - h.e .1(1 x 1(1 13 x ID 13 x 13 M x \-i \', x 11! 17 x 13 �20 x \-i 20 x 15 (i,2')l) 7,rdhl O.OIIII ID,5(10 11,2.')0 U:,7.'(() l.",,000 i.s.Triii 17.'. 21 3:') . 20 ! 3a^! �12 aU r>;ot to Fight Dillon ; spent the ^ireater part of the last Tom .Joiies tonii;ht denied reports''"�o weeks bucking the snows of Min-that he had matched Willard to fis^ht 'ie�ola, .Vortli Dakota and Montana. JJillon ill April. lie said he declined j-- to do so hceau'e he thought the: JACKSON MUST HIT BALL iiiatcli would not prove ., popular one Manager Rowland of the Chicago hecaus;' of the disparity in hulk ot V.'hite Sox h'i.ewirs lin, rerrcs'nting Kick- ture. .lacksoii was a dlsajipointmont ard, in opening the biddin}; for the 1" e. Sox uniform, lie cost Comiskey adiisahle to build tanks of a! size to i!:e?l probable fuUue exten-i s-.Ui.s of ro'if area.-;. | The sand lillei' should iin 11 irel \)^\ II feet hv .'1 te::i in depth, presentiai; I �I sritinre yard,; of sand s.U'l'ace. Thei srmi s'riuUl be uu'iliiai; in urain si/.e, clean ami sharp. The has? ot the filter to !c draified v.ith ordinary th;i'>ir,ct! pi C-, K'.irrouiu'cl with te.i - raxei, Uie gravel ha.-iiij; a depth of '�> iialii's uver the .vliolo j; s Karlden, ontching sensation with New-: \viiiatd_Moran bout, ol^ereil $tO,000 a fortvme and didn't deliver tiio goods.' lilter, Uias ieaviiiii; 2_!e:l S inches to be (iilf'l v.iUi saiid. The lop level of the sand to he one I'oot he-low t'le (ivrn!i'>v.' v.rir lo Hie tank, thus maintaini.iiL; a v.atrr blanket ark, and Vrcd Anderson, a right liaml- Willard. Jack Curloy, who also "owliind has other last parooners in od ".opllball" pitcher with Uuffalo, in wanted this ko, followed him with Fournier, Muridiy, l>'elsli and Liebold, exchange for tho .small fortune. In 51,^,000 and then withdrew. Curlev so .Too had belter look out. However, obtaining Kauff tho Giants imraedl- ^.^i,, ti,at the promot r.s woidd have that natural hit of hl.^ ^ylH ore ml disturhiu-e ately pain, as this youns star ot the, ,, t^ico j,, $JOO,OIJO at tie pate before undoubtedly be seen in action ''"'''"^ 1 V, .,V,..^^'^ Federals is so widely advertised lie ^),p^. ,jo,py themselves. the entire tOtO season. I I':.:.':'.h. . ! . already is a big "box olllco". attrac-i Willard will do his pndiminary--- tion. lie is a natural ball player, a trainiiiR for the next three weeks at FRANK CHANCE TO PLAY ravage hitter, a speedy base runner ^j,;, gi,^, Chicago AUil lie asso- f^rank Chance not only will manaEo and an outllolder of nhllily. McGraw ciation. He will then so to New York the Los Angeles Coast leataie ta;im during the season beginning April I, JIcGraw fiaid last summer that Kauff could bo j^f, ^^.j,,,] (f,p grind rated among tho first three outfield- j The light prcdiablv will he held" crs or the eoiintry, and evidently he jia.Usou Seuaro Garden. While scloc- er, according to stalemoiUs ^�"1 V^^^ was deferred,., there to_ him. will play, first -:peakftr whoii he made this ronmrk. 1 ^as mention made of Jack' Skelly, llu] al but he will appear at times as a play-credited iiase, at Kariden has become a groat catcher within the Itist year and handled tho precarious oiTerings oV several noted "wild men" on tho Newark Federals. .;. .: .;. :, ,: .: .J. ? *** KAUFF'S RECORD WITH .> FEDERALS : ; ? : ? : ? : : : ? : : ? 1915 TiOd 'hatters with Mi. Stole most bases, Fit. Second in run-gottlng. Second iu home ruira. 1914 Led batters with ."aco. Scored most runs, IIS. Madc most lilts, 210, Stole most bases, 75. Made most doubles, iO. Hit Sot greatest number ot bases, 303. KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent, (107 5th St. 8. - Phone 1032 former baiitaiuweight, for tion. STANDRIDGE WITH CHANCE Chicago, Feb. >'�( or tunes di'ltvi'rinu; waii'i I'l I filter (0 be ai 3 feet II inches! !a!o.e tho levil of the water blanket, s:) as to pro. iih- ot water over the sand v.hrn in use. As llu' tiltei i will (.eiiy ))ass l,(ia.'i gallons in 21 hours, or sligluly over a jraU(ui iv minute, stand-by storage mrst be; tirovided for any s.iddi'n vv;cc=sivc rainfall. .Staiid-hy storaiu" e^iual to 1 incli I 01 vain oM'r ihe roof area must tici _ i ir.ividcd. '1 hps with a i''>')f area oi: ^ j S.OflO s:niaic fret, 250 cubic ici-i oil storaije is re-ifircil, viz.: 10 fe,t by! UI feet by 3 iciit (; inches, Ih'.^ iatterj beiii.s: the depth or head over the lU-j ler siirfacf. I Filtcriiii!; water is essentially a slow procrs-i, and if the slaud-bv| storage is not suliicient to iake curej of ex[c;,sivc rain'aiils, waler will he ,\in- atlempt lo force wrtn- 'mm with "Crossing the Bar," Columbia lO-inch Double-Disc Record Al 891, $1. If you should find yourself unusually quiet as the final notes of "Absent" die away, it will be no more than n. tribute to the beauty of what we believe is unqualifiedly the most effective and artistic male quartette singing to be found in any catalog. The tone, the blending, the very, breath pauses are eloquent in tenderness. The same unanimity of purpose and per-fection of results is found in the smging of the Columbia Mixed Quartette in "Crossbg the Bar", a companion piece to "Absent." T/its One Record Alone A^ords a Supremely Perfect and Artistic Example of the New RECORDS We show below a partial list: Nothing is so well worth its price as a good laugh, "Cohen Telephones from Brighton" (No. A 1885, $l.)with Joe Hayman, the original "Cohen on the Telephone," and "Casey at the Dentist" coupled with "Casey as a Doctor" (No. A1886, Si. ) are laugh creators of the first magnitude. Latest Popular Hits (rrOU'LL BE THERE.: A IMH Peerless Quiitcite. io-i">. ___________..... 'l'n"l* DON'T BITE niE HAND THAT FEEDS TOO. Tenor duel. AI9U iivtn. Wc. A57U Asres |j..n, 51.25 GIRL IN TOUR ARMS IS WORTH TWO IN YOURDREAKS. Soprjno-Tenor duet. WHEN TOUR DANCING THE OU)-FASH:l ami renoNvci!, 'I'lin ladies will iiavo two sUcel,-} ot ice foniRht. c~A new shape Z.TG-hmVBIGMT SAME shape fN striped" ivlADRAS TOOKE BROS. Limited, MONTREAL BROWNIN MISSOURI T9WN DRY MnrysvlUo, Mo., Fob. 4.--Mar,VHVlllo Ivotad "dry" toda.v iu a looal option , olootlon, tlio prohlbl.t,lon toruoa iioll-1 iui; i!!)4 votoa to tbe,'o))poBltlori'B tOii. i BOWLING DOMINION ALLEYS Baqemcnt Dominion Building Entrance on Sixth Street lie aii.'l the whole body of sand hrolu'ii 111) iiml stiiri'd before May {-acli year. 'I'd do tliiii it i.s iicc:'.s.sary to jiPply a luuiil pump to the well between the lilt.'.r and tank and pump out ths water from the. (il(;;r. No ovcrllow should he madi> eillicr from the s(aiul-by tan!; or liltvr. li tho water overliows o er the top ot the filter then it is evident that the .s.irfacc ot the filter rciiaircs clcaninf; aad renewinu;. If after clcanJiig and renowiiiK the .sand it is vet fouiiil that tlu' lilter overliows during excessive rains, then the standby stor-ai?o 1)0 increa.sed .so that no loss ot water is sustained. Can; should he exercised in lieopin.u; all eavo nuWcis clean from uccumiilations of dirt deposits. All drains leading; from down pipes anil laid under tho p;romid s irtaco lo the inter and tank should have cement joints and bo water tiRht to prevent wast; of water or putfunce of foul wf.tir from the ground surface; Local condilions and the location ot tho storage tank will determine in each the amount of frost protection rci|uircd. AYhore there ma\- he u nearby .-ilroani, or any sonrcu of water not polluted by sewafo, but only impure trom mud, or other earthly malttr.s, such water mnv he narlort or led to th inter and provision made tor its entrance into tl e sta\ul-bv tank. Tic lilter will suc-nssfully and efflciently such water and make it lit tor iloraestic purpos s, but more attention; must Ijc givcfl to keeping � the liltn- surface clean dependinj; upon the aaioiint of .s:!,'iiiiient in the water, A lloat with .1 rod attached may bo provid'd to show at all times the amoiii t of water in the tank. The rod beinir niarked in feet and inches. .\h the lloat falls it will show on the rod the amount of water" drawn from t'.ie lank and the. amount rcmainiuK. Increased S',r;?c3 for coUtcUusraiu Water may be provided, if necessary, bv fixing sloping corrngiited iron slieHs to posts driven into the ground. The value of e\cry s juare foot of .surface being (!.| gallois of wat;>r per anuun>. Thus 3,000 sunare feet of galvanized iron sheeting erected v.-ould cost about .$300 and would vicld Ui8 bavrels of wattt at '10 gallons tho barrel p.r annum, or, valuing the water at 'Lie. tho barrel, the rooling would Iu; paid for in one year. THE FARM HOME If 111'.' boys and girls are to be kept on the farm, the larm must bo made, not onlv ,.1 financial and economic success, but also a family and civic success. .V truly succf.sHfu'l farm mutt be Yas;tly molo than a workshop. It mist lie not only a I'laeu on which to make a living, hut) a place to live on, a vital part of a rural community, ot the state and of the nation. Moreover financial success is important cliiudv n foundation for a homo and ft civic snperstructnre. AtiBr all, only tliat wealth wliicli can ho tinr.s-latcd into terms oi lilo is really iios-sessed by its owner. There arc farmers with big farms,'bii' herds', and hie hntik accounts, who seem to have no kui^ck of utilizing their llnauclal success tor family happiness and welfare. It. is not Hlwaj'.s tho wealthiest farmer vvlio has the most attractive front yerd, orchard, and garden, or the coziest and most comfortable home. Komc men's wtnitli is like a good deal of the lerlility in their soil -it is "not available."' It does not necessarilv cost much to make a farm liomcsload trim and gr. on and tlie house sanitary ami attractive. Most European farmers and many casfern fatiiicr.s', though their ineonics average less than those ot our farnurs ot the west, take more pains to beautify their home sur-ronnding.s than we do in the west. No investment of time or money pays as large a return, dollar for dollar, a.s doe.s tho comnrrati'ely small amount spent on transtorming the iiverage farm bouse and yard into an attractive country honie. Jloreovcr, when n farmer m-akes his home attractive and adds a i'ardcn that will supply tho family needs, ho Jia/i taken a long step toward making the farm a commercial and economic success. .V farm house and garden may l.o considered as constituting the huh of the wheel lo which tho other factors of the farm arc spokes. You can't havn much of ,t wheel without a .sound and sasislactory hub. Any reasonable expenditure frr making tho hoirc place more atlriictive is a real and profitable investment. LEARN TO LIVE ON A FARM By Mary L. Oborlin, Colorado Agricultural College,' Some one has said that tho turm-or's family races two probldiuB-liow to make a living ou u I'aru^, and how to Ilvo' on n farm. Althougtli many, pcoplo �'.'�-'"d answer unhesltatluBly- that every one knows how to live on a farm, while how to make a living is a very real problem, there is, after all, some doubt as to which is the greater problem. Successful living in any place do-ponds primarily upon the spiritual and mental attitude. One must be iu sympathy with the natui'al environ-raent in which he finds himself. Tho family on tho farm must have a feeling of permanency. They must be-jUove that it is the bust place I'or ' them to live, tho ideal place for a home, the place where tho cliildrou ! have the best opportunity to develop strong bodies, sound minds, and the charactorlsties that make for elHcIen-cy. They must be open minded and try to learn whatever they can that' will improve farm conditions. They must believe in wholesome recreation i;or themselves and every member of their household. They must realize that all the really worth while things,' ;, of tho city, such as household con-voniencos and labor saving devices,-opportunities (or ediioatlon, (or the -enjoyment of inusic, art, or literature^ � ami tho companionship of others, are , within their rencli at some times and- / in some forms. When they are convinced of tlioao things anil have lonrned "to love the wind and tho  rain, tho growing things, the birds, and all the rest, the dawn, the early, i morning odors, and to Hud each" pivvt v ,:y of the day, each twilight, avd each nightfall lllled with wonders.'' tboy will,know how to live on-a farm,,nnilt how to make a llylng ou'.a fnvin will; v ho less of n problem^ , Heetoi Bleclison, of MQpijlii;?^!, wa^ ;| asphy-viatcd in his room 'jii a Bmtf'1 ford house. ^ .tr^; ;