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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDA,Y, FEBRUARY 9, r H K l/t; l' H � U 11) 0 W IJ A 1 L Y HERALD cA new /iphtweipht COLLAR TOOKE BROS. Limited, MONTREAL REMARKS ON MSI Snowed 1h' ir you (lou'l liU� tlie following Tint It on your initsic rack: "An idler who Xlvml in :i Jiovol 111 poverty meekly would grovol When the snow 11 lied the walk Ho would whiiilnKly talk It's no iiBc, for I ha\'on'/t a shovel." ;Young at the. Game Joe Steelier of Dod|,e, Neb., the champion wrestler, who may meet (""�rnnlt Gotch, hus been wrestling only thrfio yours. Although posscsped of a comparatively sIIkIiL frame, the strength ot his hands is such tliiit onoo ho gets a grip of .any kind on an opponent' It takes trciinendous power to break It. Stecher. huls a reach, forc-urnis and hands of a giant and the manner in, which hei uses thoniln connection with ' his scissora hold makes tilni the most feared man in the mat game. Australian Boxers. Heed Call Australian boxers ibavo responded to the call of tlie war in droves. According to information collected by "Snowy" Baker, the promoter, more than five hundred men have exchang-od the padded glove for the nuiskot and until recently were in the Galli-PoU trenches. As it this were not enough tho stadiums of Sydney, Melbourne and various capitals of Australia are being used nightly for carnivals to raise Kunis to aid the soldiers at the front. .Most of the American boxnra over there now are aidins tlie movements. Theso include -VtcGoorty, Clabby, Fred C.llmore, George "K. O." Brown, Fritz Holland a,nd otliers. There Were Goats Aplenty They suspect Charlie Van I^oau, the tlctiou writer, but they never hnvo been ablp to prove that he did It. It happened during the last race meeting at the. old Ascot track at Los Angeles. .Everyone know it was all ott v/lthjracing ?it,Ascot and the meeting prow so bad- disinfectants were needed. Still .several honest horsemen were sticking around with their stables, hoping to win. feed and getaway money. . One morning a junk man drove into the'grounds with a great wagon load of tiu'cans and proceeded to dump a hundred or two In front of each stable. � There rt'as a protest, aijd the junk man. Whoso English was bad, was called to account. Unable to explain he was dragged from the wagon and before the superintendent, where, in broken English,- ho managed to tell tha.t someone had given him |5 to haul the cans to the track to "feed the goats out ot that were racing there." Freddie Welsh, says Cliarlie White has only one punch. Other fighters say that's enough.- The record book Indicates they ought to know. Popular outdoor sport-shovelling snow and sasslng the policeman that makes you do it. "Tiz" Puts Joy ill Soi'e, Aching Fc^t "My, How 'Tiz' Gladdens tired, Swollen, Burning Feet-It's Glorious All!''What rolleC' No moru tired foot; no more burning feet, no nioro swollen, aching, tender, swoaly feet. No more soreness in corns, callouses, iTauuIons. No matter what alls your feet or what under the sun you've tried .without getting relief, Just try "Tiz." "Tiz" is tho only I'omody that draws out all the, poisonous exudations which puff MP the feet, "Tia" �cures your foot trouble so .you'll never limp or draw up your face in pain. Your shoos �won't seem tight and your foot will never, nevev hurt' or get sore and ewollon. THiult of it, no more foot misery, no more' agony from corns, callouses or Imnlons. Got a 25-cent box at any drug store or department store and get Instant relief.. 1 Wear smaller shoes. Just once try "Tiz", Got a whole year's foot : comfort for only. 25 cents. Think of � it,-Advertisement. keep your money in the country AND buy the FAMpUS Automobile Skate lAT mac'S. akATEs I'Houiiow ground 'ifSUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent,' ' 107'9tli| St.S.^' - Phone 1032 NLYI L AMOUNT OF MONEY TO BE GIVEN PRINCIPALS OF THE COMING CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT AT NEW YORK A hlglj water mnrU will lir set in the juiuiils oi piiciUsiii wlit'u Vlio \Vi\l-ard-Mcraii bout in New VdrK, .Uardi 17, becijiiics bislury. The purse i.s the liir,i; liiat lias ever been ont'tuil for ;i icu-romiil liiilil.. It is tl;o iaii:;-est niirsf thai liii.s ever heuii put up for ;i buttle ol' ativ lciif;lli, luuriui; the .JoliiiKou-.lellrii ti no ;it lU'iio. Hc-sldcs ii [iercOiilfi)iO oi' l.ln; moving pit-iuri' rinlils, Williu'd will foceive ?-l7,^ 5IK) and .Murati will reci ivu cool %2{j,om Uw hi.s- pail . ill tin' :illair. Tbi'V K >: : ? ? : : : : : ; ? ? : > ? "^ - CARNIVAL NOTES . ? �: : >: ? ? : ? ? : : ? ? ? ? ? ? A swell sliect of loo Is announced hy .Manager McCorvle tor the carnival tnnlKhl ai the Auditorium rink-ice iiiade with tinillu.i; water. l'",voiyliody. whether iti eoHtiuut! or (lot. will be fKiriiiillf'd to skati,' CVOiu s to [ A feature o' the' carnival will he the mntch rclny nee between the Kiltlco and the Battery. Arrsnge-ments were completed for this race! this irorninp with the Herald Sporting Editor 'by representatives of botli parties. Four men from each side will take part and they will no three laps apiece. Each man v/ill mnko a standing start and will receive a handkerchief from IiIb team -nate when it Is his turn to railroad. j .hulniii;^ of llic costuuies '.vill lalci l>liice riom ,s.::ii to \) (i' Ari-ilo-ctvits' )icr(.> by a hruf- oi ,s to 1. 'I'hn KCdi'c ii^ a fair imlica'or of the [ilay. ABERG GRAECO-RO-MAN WRESTLING CHAMPION Jclirics-Coriictt ............ Britt-Nelsoii ai'Of)) ......... Gans-Britt ............... .fRfrrics-Fit/siiiittions ...... Brltt-Nclson (I'JOt) ....... Hurns-Squircs ............ Corbetl-Kclsna (19 *  in the game." A very excellent iirogram of songs ami other. feiiture,s was jirovlded for the entertainment of thi! men. There were songs by Sergt, Thompson, W, 0, Smith, H. ,1, 1-1, .Skeith, A. T. .lack-son, Air. Parsons, R. 'Ji. Brymner, Bandsman Slott, cartoon sketclios hy It. Oitrrowmun, a reading by Lieut. ach sours, tongue is coated and'when the weather is bad you have rlieu-niatic twinges. The urine guts cloudy full of sediment., thu cbanuobi oft'ea Pto. S. W. Tnclavell. of Dio ,s2nd, convfiyiiig .t-^ruotiii.^s from the men of that unit, and urging the men ot Luthbridgo to llll up without delay tho gel sore and' Irdtatod, obliging you j.'''"*'^" of tho MSth. .V very spocinl to seek relief two or three tiine.s dufT iiig the nlgbl. To neutralize these Irritating nt'lcls lo oloanso tho kidneys and flush off tho body's urinous waste got I'pur ounces of ,Iad Salts from any pharmacy hero; take a tablespooni'ul in a glass of water before breakfast.for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made Irom the acid of gniiies and lemon .lulce, oomblnod with llthia, and has been used tor generations to and stlmnlato sluggish kUlnoya, ulsd to UQutrallno tUo acids In urti\o ,so It no lonsei' Irrltntos, thus on^liiig binddor wealtness. ,lad Salts is inoxpenslvo; cannot Injure, and makes a delightful tjfror; voacent lithln-water drink.-J, D.Hlgi featurfc of the entertainment was tho eonlrlhutlon of the actors ot the I'an-tages vuudevlllo who came acro'ss to tho hall from tho Orpheum, Their acts were cheered to tho echo. Thoir reception was aiicli as only a soldier audience can give. CHAMPION SCHOOL STANDING Champipn, Feb; !!.-The following is tho standing ot grade eight and grade ton pupils for tho month of .lanuury;' �� '' Grade Einlit .Yora Duncan 07; 'Doris Seal li^; .Jfyrtle Ulrieh OS; J'ear! MoLoan 5G;. Vdirn Smith ,55; Cadi Boduzisl 40. Grade Ten My.rtiaLob'jau 7S; Vera Bttlrd 7li; _____ Rotha  Matlock 06; LaNona Cooper InboUmm & Co., Ltd., druggists, Leth- 05; Ruth Boose 65; Kdlth Boose 50; bridgo, Alberta.-Advortlsemont, Artlmr Wnruor 50^; Earle Pitts 45. (CoxTiNUHi) FPthr Fkont Paoe) clear except on narrow technical grounds. He .said there was no doubt that the v.Iicat was grown by the derendant, that he considered it a contract and knew it called For deli.cry in I'JH), He ar,;ucd that the contract must l-e read in the lifiht of _ ^ reason as well as law. He held thati ' to play at raymond it did not come under ,tho Grain Act The Letltbridgo Y. M. C. A. basket-, hut was an ordinar.y every-dav con-Jjall team Is scheduled to play tho ^ " . ofyKnight Academy team at Raymond-^ WHY EYESIGHT FAILS BY A SPECIALIST Poor sight and bad teeth are due to ibe same ctiuso-noglecL We neglect our teeth and they decay; we neglect out oyoK and pur sight grows dim. .Alo.'it peoido know how to preserve their teeth, but few know what to do for their eyes. Some who carefully clwiii their teeth do nothing to help thoir eye.'-, carry tho awful strain put upon them by ino'dern life. Our eyes need care, and if we refuse to give it to them, wo pay the pntialty In suftering and poor eye-slglil. A soothing, cleansing, healing lotion for tho eyes that 99 out of a hundred should use twice a day or ot-teuor is made after this proscription: Dis.solvo .') grains Boii-Opto in two ounces of water; use us an eyo bath. It sharpens the vision, relievos irritation, allays inflammation, makes the eyes feel smooth and tlno as it well lubricated, Alany who use it find to their great surjirlso that they, do .not need glasses. They regain pijrfect sight and eye comfort, ('sod early in the morning it makes the eyes fool fresh and smooth; used at night it brings comfort and n soothing sonso of sweet reliot from strain. After an automobile ride or a picture show; a day of close hard work/or an hour's reading that tires the Qyes, an application of this solution sootjites, comforts and rests tho.eyes. Your druggist can fill this prescription or tlio ValinaB Drug Co., of Toronto will fill it for you. Any physician familiar with the formula, even It ho has-nGVeriireBorlbbd It, will toll you. that It la perfectly hnnnless,- Advertisement. tract for the purchase aud sale grain. In giving judgment, His Lordship said lie would treat it as an ordinary sale and purchase of wlieat. The date of delivery appeared in common sense to call for October 1015, and not 'Hi, '17 or some succecdinp; year.; He held that the Canada Grain Act (did not apply. Damages were therefore fixed at the loss on 7000 bushels of wheat at 17S cents, being tho dif^ ferenc; between the contracii price oE 85 cents and the price ot 1,01^- at W'hich Billings and Co. could have bought in the grain on Oct. 31, together with one cent commission. Huns Pound A way ai'British Lines London, Feb. 8.-Kxcept' bh' the ! front In France and Belgium, Uttla lighting .has been reported, Paris tells of the bombardment ot German poiJitions near Hetsas'� and Steen-strneto in Belgium; the destruction of a Cior.nan blockhohse ' betwoon' the ! Oisne and the .'ViBue, and of effective �work by French batteries in the Ar-tols and Champagne regions,, li'ranch shells on the former-caused enormous explosions northeast of Arras and a great lire in the Champagne nea:r Challerange, The Germans have been busy with their artillery against the British around Loos, while the British in return have bombarded German trendies near the Ypros-Roulers railway. Tho Vienna war ofllce reports tho situnllon unchanged on all the fronts where the Austro-Hungarlan troops are lighting, Nothing now has come through concerning tiie reported concentration of troops ot tho Teutonic allies in the region of tho Greek border,. , .. . Kiel Is Alarmed A Copenhagen dispatch^ Indlontos that tho autliorlties at Kiel (jre feftrful of an allied air raid tli^ra.'., tho liOu-i ulace has been notitled- tliat � a steanV siren will give the people > fidvnnae notice ot an air raid, and that'in case the raiders como tlte people' should not unduly expose tl\emselyes. Uov. H. H. Uaymond, tlnancial agent ot Wyclifi'e colloEO,'"'T6touto, has beoii appointed vicf.r oi Trinity church, Barrio, this evening. Starvation Will Not - \ Cure Dyspepsia- But Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Will', � Give Your Stomach the .Rest it h Needs without Starving It  �:. SEND FOR FREE TRIAL NOW lilvery person knows that to live in? a healthy, happy manner we must � eat. Diet, starvation, precligestetl food, etc., are not tho correct methodS. of eliminating digestion disorders.' "No, that steak isn't large enougji'f I eat like a horse since I'm using;! Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets." . '.^i^ In cases of dyspepsia, catarrh ot tho stomach, gastritis, heartburn," rash, foul breath, bowel complaln^j; stomach troubia, etc., u Stuart's X>y^A popsia Tablet taken .after each luealf will do more good than anything) yo^f have ever tried. ' J Thousands ot stomach sufferers'aU| over this country, who havo. boent relieved of all kinds of. dlgestlvga troubles are the influences whloi' have made these tablets so famous, Go to your druggist today aml.^oi tain a bo.x. Price 50 cents. It jr.p' prefer to try them first, nmll'bolo^ coupon: V. FREE TRIAL-COUPON'-' ''A F. A. Stuart Co,, 223'Stuart-Bulld4 Ing, Marshall) Mich,,: isend/; ine^ifttj onco a fr^e � tvlnl pacHaga -ofs^SitU' art's Dyspepsia TaWetB.'4 Nttine Street City...... 26970178 10 ;