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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, )avb rounds, Ijul UiroiiKlioul Kprman ii;)-' _____. puurud lo have tlio advaiitagi' in liox- : -^x IntV Bl. lonR ran,r.v, for we all i-xpi'ole-.l Hull he would be in 111'' liosintiil for a short lime nnlv and tlien return to duly, Wbi'ii Mi( kic went to llic liospi-laT I felt that bis condition was serious, but not ilaii!;i-iiuis. He shouI:e limit, yet. .'t.'i lads climb- started oh. .Neither Lieut. Lewis nor wardip fn7T sent Hill members to the Canadians pretended to he drawiuR Alh?>rt, The case oi 'i-aylor vs ihe Prince he belonfied. Besides these, there was I iront-about rui per cant, of its m- revolvers from their pockets .,nd the nrs rp^rnit� r, i," iV n, ni� , '^"Pen I'ackinR Co., was set over un- one sent hv members of the 30th every big! tire active meinbcr.ship. The crowd (Jprmans surrendered. ln,,.lp,k now l.Bii.i^^in.- p,i i -^Iiiv as was tho case of WhiddiuR- draft which rec-entlv came over from nee. in the I was in no i.i.jod to he entertained. j,^,^ Canadians i....k ti.eir rid,..., ' ^ louneu^eic. (on vs" Commonwealth Trust Co., an;' I-ethbrid�c. 1 believe it, was one of and inelics about HI years old and ban been in the iirolesitiounl game nine yoars, in �\vb|eb ho has a .^rcat advantage over i had .'ilrcad> sent Hill members to the Canadians pretended the Saskatoon man. ' '' -' -'�'�........ "-* '........- '....... �' � \\'e3tergaar(! has met wrestler of any importa :i k,......... .1. t.n luii^, icM). I.-.iHCK iiniioii. 1 aigaiy. uesrn Hiaien lo tlie iieralu del- 11 will be a nne leniner in la.v-, ucnclies now, and yesterday mv dear of Chicago, outfought and outptnntcd j that ho was on his feet tighting when '"�'K '^�"P- old dad nnl oil the King's uniiorni. "Silpnt.- .Martin of JSrooKlyn in ten ]the bout ended, and that Stewart was "Cijine on, bovs. 1 can't s;3 liow rounds hero Kuturdav nighl. Britton Joe Stecher's Defl Real Society Note; von chaps can sit back and let other weighed H.'i pounds;" .Martin Ti"ri. .loe Stecher. Xabraska sdRPor.-j art-;'"cn do vour ligbtiiig f(jr von. It vou, ---------------------------------------- announced bis entry into Now 1 have British blood ui^ vofi, get out, York in a (dialleiigo which sirnek a ! ''^'ht 'ft I'.vilain. , . iven tlie decision wIkmi be illeani) inadr^ a low bit by mistake. Dr. Louise Von Horiie. aged GO. of Spokane, killed herself by poisoning on Friday. the largest innerals ever held at. the garrison "hurch, and as you can .see from the letter which I "attach, all the details were carried out in an impressive m.inner. Capt. Wells is the chaplain who conducted the l)urial service. I mii;lil slate that the 20th battery supplied the firinp; party, the pall-hearers and everything else in connection with the funeral. 1 must st.nte also the yon have the deepest .sytiipathy from all Alickie's soldier Coimt fifty! Tour coM to head o� catarrh disappears. Your ologged aotf trlls will open, the air paBsagca Oi_ your head will clear and you c�n," breathe freely. No more snuftllnt,' hawking-, mucous discharge, dryness or hoada,ohe; no .stntggUng for treatb at night. Get a amall Tiottle ot Ely** Ctet,tn Balm from yoiu- druggist and apply a little of this fragi-ant antf�eptlo creeui^ in your nostrllB. It penetrate* throiijfW eveiT air passa�:e ot the head, soothing and healing the fiwolleo or Ire flamed mucous membrane, glring yir. .loBRph 1". lletmr.i:ek ber,s to ..............i announcR that Mr. .losepli Sleelu>r, of; '' '' ** ** ' ' ' '' '' ** '* , Dodg�, N'cb.. , lOlnilra :;. j tlip latter is inntchod'with .loe Ste- InliMinediate-Hetleville .S Picton U; j cher for the world's championship. Owen Sound tl'l7th) .Markdnle 1: \ Uouinonoff does not know lust wlieii i Fort Colbornc 7, Hamilton |{. C. j or under what conditions (Jotch and 1 Bramiiton tj, Weston -1; Sarnin S, Al-Sleeher will be niiitched, but (he fact ; vinston 1. that be has been asked to aid tlotch .N'orthern league-Ingersoll 7, Wood-would indicate ihal the iHo great stock ;!. wrestlers will meet in the not distant !-- future and that preliminary arrange-1 NEBRASKA'S FAMOUS GRAPPLER luents are already being made. i MEETING ALL COMERS IN THE EAST ]>I?ES(S AVARM AND Jack Curley Will Likely Pit Stecher KEEP FEET DKY' Strangkr Lewis ---- I .Vew York, Feb. 7.-,loo Steelier, TELLS RHEUMATISM SUFFERERS [the Nebraska bone-oraeker. who cre-TO TAKE SALTS AND GET RID " sensation when ho defeated Apir, i Ihe ".Masked .Marvel" in a wrestling URio At.,ip match at .Madison .Stinare Uarden rc- ---- cently. Is on a tour of the principal ntieuuiatism is no rospo(;tnr of ago, j New I'higlnnd cltio-s, meeting all coiu-sex, color or rank. If not tho jiiostjars. dangerous of human al'illctions it is : It is probable Unit the master of one of the moat painful.-riiose subject I the. deadly body scissors will also 10 rheumatiBm should eat los3 nicsn, ili-flSB us -warmly as passible, avoid any undue exposure and, tihovo all, driiil: lots ot pure water. , �UheutuatiHin Is oaused by uvie acid which is geuoratod In tho bowels and absorbed Into tho blood. It ia tho function of the kidneys to filter ibis acid from tho blood and east it out in tho iirlna; tho pores ot tho skia are also a means of freeing the bloud of this Impurity,- In damp iind chilly, cold Aveatlior the skin povos are closed thus forcing the kidnoyy to do double work, they booomo tvoslc and ahig-glsh and fail to ellminato this uric iiold which keeps aoenmulatiug and tdrculating througli tho system, nvon-lually settling In the Joints and mus-sles causing stiffness, bovenoas and pain called rheumatlsiu. At tho first tiwlngo of lUeumatmin get from auy pharmacy tUimit four ounces ot J(id Salts; put ,v mljlo-spoonful in a glass of water and drink heforo breakfast each mom-ing for a week. This is said to ollin-iuttte ui-lc acid hy stimulating the kidneys t� iionnal action, thus ridding the blood of thebo imiiurities. . ,fad Salts is inexpensive, .'larmloss itnd is made from tlio aeld of grapes iiul loraon juice, combined witli lithlu �nd is used wit.h oxcolloiit I'osulv.s by lliousands of folks who are onbJ(;iet to rUeumallBm, Hove you have a pleas-ant, tjffoi-vascent dvlnk which overcomes tiric aeld and hi hen-efiolal lo your kidneys as well, ,1, U, .Hlglnbotham & Uo, Ltd., druKgisfw, Lotl�bridKe, Altw.~Advui'tla�ni�nl, visit other Amerioun citiOH Cor Uu\ purpose of denionstrnting the otfect-ivenesB of bis style of wrestling. Jack Curley, who promoted the siie-eessful match at the Garden, announced yesterday that ho had signed a contract with Steelier calling for the Nebraska fai'mer's services during the month of April. U is Curley's intention to bring Joe back to New York at that time and pit him against the host man he enn tlnd, probably Strangler Lewis. INSURE BALL PLAYERS Austin, Texas.-Players In the Texas baseball league this year are to operate under the workmen's com-ponaatlon law and will bo protected by insurance ngalimt Injury or other disability incident to the gaino. This was announced today by the state industrial accident board. Sixty per cent, of the player's salary will be paid lilni during disability sulferod Willie "at work" on tho basoball field. SIXTEEN MEN PER TEAM Los Angeles, (!al.-Botii the Lus' Angeles and Vernon clubs of the Coast league will ho limited to 10 men under the JlfiOO salary rule, according lo munagors Frank Chance and llanilltoii Patterson. Chance, who returned from San KTanolseo with Pfesideiit Powers of tlio/Lop AnG�t'e.ast experience had shown ;io be along the line of least resistance. And thus (he City of Fort William lutd its bcg'mning upon the site of the I'ort of the Hudson's Bay Company. Thirty years ago the western plains Ai/ere still on their trisl as an important source of grain supply, and it was in '1888 that the first indication was given oi their fertility, the lirst warning of �wiiat t'acilities would be needed for liandJini; the crops of years to come. A crop tliat averaged over 28 bushels to the acne swamped all the -handling madiinery of those days: The Railway Company's singh?, million-bushel elevator was hastily suppleniented by a huge flat warehouse, but all that could be done hardly availed to lessen the blockade. The iiccesitity for additional storage facilities at the terminal was recosnized and, within two years, it Jiad risen from a single million to over ifive and :\ half tnilliou' busheis,' a total that'soems insigniljcant in the light of the further growtii that, has ance. taken plsice, bnt which was fairly adequate for tlio crops that followed 188S, Arid it is to be noteil that, since that date, largciy owing to tlie progressive policy adopted by the.Canadian Pacific Railway Company, the tertninal storage has iiioro than kept pace with � the ciopclc,-veiopnneht, so that -the transportation interests will not again be. caiight,naj> pk�g. nie pioneer company' .set ah example of preparedness that has beei^ inulated by all who have lollowed them. No better indication could be i{aine4 ot tbc rapid development of the areas under crop in the three [irairie provinces, and of the still more rapid increase in the abihty to handle these crops, than the bare Ugum for the yeais since IHIX), when with two and a half million acres sown to wheal, and another million to V*'. laUe.porls, it was the ptoncer in sttell construction, and to-daj^ operates .thw, largc'st smgle ' elevator in ; the. worWJ .Elevator ''D," with a capacity .ofl,i 7,'350,000 bushels under one roof,'nntr . lias also set tlio example to, the gi-pim:. trade in equipping its houses'with thts/ rr, most modem aevicea - tor cleaning, dry-': ing and treatlnK damaged grain,- ii\ ym hospital elevatort; tliat have proved ' 'i such a boon to theXarmer'gf thegpranii!]' ^".^ 90 ;