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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, l^EBRUARY 10, l-gan 'inA. Six entries, four laps. Ladies' Speed Uace-Miss Vera Kennedy st; Miss Florence Flsko 2nd. Two entries, five laps. YES-iT !S FSSSll TO STOP mmam .Rhciiniatisiii i.-i a i.-i uiciiiiiij^ ann slithborn malady, hi %omi; ca.scr. it yii.'kiv, to .1 real men t v.iii'.li is without arailiiLOtiier ca.-cs. '1,'iie (l.ittinp; pain.s, \.\mt: muscles or stifVc;ic(l joints only . ipjicnr byi.'r.ul-iK.Uy cxiK'Hiir..; the i. ;ici(.l. ami >o iiMiiy l!in!i',;iji(l-> Ilij lilrKxI-ciiricliiii;; Kmulslon that joii taillitul 11 iiil. Scott' j a |io\vcrfuI MofKlpui \Av.r iiy lurrLMsing liic led corimsilcs .mi'I it .slicii.nthciis Ihi- nrRiius to carryi.ilT tho iiciils vvbicli caisc till.- I rouble. Try St:oU.';. ICiii�I(.tu::. It Ciintiol luirm. ex- ' � n iclicvcd ay A in h;t:o;t's 'i .. ;d f,'ivo it a !Miiulsion ai'.ts as bunch, with t^.M.K. Kegan grabiiin;^',, IryfMT,u. i.,mi!(.t...i. Itciinmiih: Mill licst plac- bv an evel.isb. Vic l'''-^ l''''l�''' tb'ni-c Pode.er was secrmd. "'J'^' '"�''>. '>">K-^- ^ i hcutt nuwlic, T'lurilo. out. Some Class The men's s;.eed race going hac'.v-ward was ,i iiovcUy. Six entrants , iiiicil up at till- start. Tlicv sidvtcd ' (ro/ilward to the lirst tern, 'then Iswitc'lied to Hie iiaekward glide. T\v;o � cijiapptilors went down at thi; lirst . (urn ; it was loo ciowded. Vhc fa'ce s;:ltleil down to a go between Q.^f.S. Itigan of the Kilties and Henry .Jolin-i son. I'.cgan had the pale and Icil .lohn-i son for two laps and a half. .John-! ; son had it in him to forge ahead ear-' ly in the race, but it is a dillieultj lS-29 COBA WilS THE mw lb b to � -N'ew York, Feb. 0.-Cuba thna' to manoeuvre or a front posi- another bid ior tlie (Mvmpic tion in bacvwan ska ing, and it -(.jjp .,ffer i, i,old the ' 1016 was not until late tjiat Johnson fin- meet having elicit:d no repiv, an in-aly forged ahead of Itegan. Once ,i,^.^ii,, ahead .Johnson luK the race won It Coiibcrtin, president of Ihi- inter-was a good go with two expert back nation.al Olympic coiiiinittees, to visit skaters m competition. ! Havalia and inspect the facilities of- 'oH,r.irE.i: oPcooR.se, we. DiDWTs&e. a Docvoa.'& rig,our both mr.mack; AND I WERE. Poai-nVE-WE-HEARD .SOME-Booy MOCNIN* IW VOUR HOUSE LAST NI6HTI" ii i -1 j. "Put on some more ol that kind of .sport. It's great !" *>I'^'''''V- ': meet in ytcc'diolm. .\ot even the Echoes of Soldier Race j m.mbers^of the committee can fore-! "Sonnv" Barker took up his post cast what may oreur during the next about half a lap behind, but sliowed two or three year.s.______ the do or die spirit of tlve soldier, '.' 'r^'^ZT '."^'"TVT . . I gathered up tlie slack and made the ;** Y race a hot contest. ; ^, . ^_ RESULTS ? Podger made a game struggle to , overcome the lead in the final relay. That's what was heard on all sides w-hich won the plaudits of the crowd.; at the conclusion of the carnival at the auditorium last not so much the masq �the carnival referred to but rathoi ties gallantlv agreed to drop the races. For excitement they had celebrated ''llill" Itegan to make' ? : : : : : : : : : uuui^.. |.u, 1,,^ u ..anie here for scver-il seasons -ind in as full force as obtained at the pa- shield for a seri.s o! races between u^" th^, b� .,0^ ber\n^r sonf^^^^^^ triotic carnival, but there were a the Battery and Kiltie skaters. It is , , the overthne neZl sev iiumlier ol new costumes seen, which proposed to race three nights, two ^^al of the onm)Vin - ida?e^^^ engaged the wrapt attention of the men , side each night. A match of "arlv exl ausled spectators. Mr. M. K. Kaake appear- this kind will prove attractive. , nearij exnnusiea._ ed in a s'cilfuUv made up costume, - 1 representing a field-marshal. The de-| iVorval Bantie Patterson, the lead TED MEREDITH WINS FEATURE tail of his inake-up was minutely ex- man of the Kiltios, it is said, took a _ . . ~-- act and it was generally conceded to .cram)). "Anvone would take a cramp,'^'"'^^"'S '^"'^t SOO-'/ard Special be the best on tho ice. The judges \vit,h his oiijioncni leaving him in thel Sci;atch Race at New York had no hesitancy in awarding him soup so complttely," quoth a Bat-first prize in the best dressed men's teryite. costume event. "WHEN A FELLOW BEGINS TO STUDY THE VIOLIN"-Cartoon by Moyer HOLD ANNUAL MEETING-SECRE. TARY JOINS KILTIES-MANY IMPORTANT MATTERS TO BE DEALT WITH .Vow York, Fob. !).-Ted ."Meredith of the University of Pennsylvania OoiUrev Kischcl had a comic make-'117:0U'C A MCAXA AMCi""" feature event, a .'iOO-yard ! up that attracted a Sere is nothing so odd about the The dress displayed artiiJtic taste and Postponement, oi the baslcetimil game painstaking care.' It was ., glitter of biilleiined to take .nliico al Raymon.l metal ornaments outirely, and Miss yester.Iay helwcen the Knt^ht Acad-Ueynolds carried a ta'mborine to 'f'�"' ""'^ l-othbrumo \. .M. matcli, making a perfect combination. boys. Tlie r,old-l)ust twins-liavc often-been , I''" earn was all fixed for Athletic club games bore tonisht. His time was 5!) i-b seconds. H. ]'. Drew, of the University of ran the 100-yard In 10 seconds. W. J. Kyaii of the Uoston A. A. won the Baxter mile In the fast time of 1 minutes I .'i-ij seconds. CAMROSE MAN WINS REVELSTOKE SKI RACE Kcvc-lstokc, U. C. Feb. !).-Over a soveu-niiU.! couvso along .Mount Revel- .�saces ., ibuy, beg or steal enough of the covei .-.unt. of the race program ed fuel to beat the building sn(licleni-brought the Battcrv ami Kilties n,,- ""^l^'-- comlortablo lor spec- gether. Patterson and Stafford start- "^l,?,''^- , ,  , . ed the relav. Patterson for the Kil- ^ l"^' '"''^ J.'"ai Doiied lor ties and Si:alY.,rd for., the Hatterv. � ^V,.ek. 'luai is U, v.-iU ..e pla.vod StalTord jumped awav in the lead, ^^'l"lu winners of ilU' .Mail V ? ? ? ? > .> : > ? ? .>.;. It the Plttsburgher will lust � ? eight rounds,"' ' ? .> .^-..s. .J. .^ .> .^ �* * m ad E^"Tn' c an ad a'"' COLL '2lor2Socata CLUETT. I'lJAnODY & CO. Ine. MONTREAL CARPETBALL MEETING Tho earpetl)!ill loagUR meellnfi. Oi^n'-niose'two wc;i.ai^""a fjliriv ''"''''i^'a-S- K. game, same to  be oven dip, with tlie- a.lvantage witii l'"'>''^" '^'-'cording to previous rules. Grear. Scars for the Battery and Barker for the Kilties tiok up tho Ts borna?i!^\s"^;r^'skatJf f"'" '^'""^>- KtTide is stunc andTuMi He used l'0''tl'oned till further notice, as Iho S iudgnI^nt'ln"maS:^-the'%urns "-n engaged previously, and gathered up nearly half a lap, gained by the Battery speed incrch-1 ants in tho early rounds. The finish DILLON WINS Xew York, Fi^h. P.-.luck Dillon of Indianapolis oul/'oiij;lit lialtlin.ur I.evin-sky ()!' this city in a lil-rouml bout in Hrooklyn last iiiyht, l.iilkm widglicd in .11, Vii.':^ and LcvinsUy ai IT.";, Kl'VEP 1.'K1C ACID OLT OF .10IMS was in good hands oii both sidis, '-^"l "Dutch"' Gerbach, (U.), arid Vic Podger, (K.). Gerbach had ' an ad- f-^ ONTARIO HOCKEY Toronto. Fob. !1.-Tuesday's amateur results: Northern league, senior-Preston 4, Waterloo i. * !* *X* "t* !* J* vanla.ge of probably fifteen feet when he got away. This proved too much tor Podger. Podger dug his sHates in- DO it NOW :� to thCiioc anditore aftpr'Uis inan, but .: "Vie," has noUuui|; ^on' ',Hhii Flyiiig .> .;. .;. .> .;. ,> spe�let'.VJiiiishC!,fJ. the If HVlth nJea.sure .vou. are viewing any race with about the same margin � in; work ii man Is iloing, tli2 lead as lio started .out with. :An- If you like him or you love hlni, other riico will.bc iu'VaPRc'd, 'tls.Sftid, tell him now; in tho near futui;o. ; Don't withhold your approbation till �ConElsteiit Wlnnfte. , � , � the parson makes oration Harvey Schwcitr.or has c'stalilWhed' As ho lios wilb snowy llllos o'er hla himself supreme amonp j.jlhe s ecd' brow; i skaters of LethbSidgiJ;'HiV-has ta'u'.n For no mattor how you shout It, ho the measure of highlj' reputed rivals ,woii'i really caro about it; on every occasion that has present-.!d , Mo won't know how many tear drops itself in the past two years. The'' "^yoii have-shod; latest to fall befote younj^' SUtwOi'tver If you think somu pralso Is duo him, was Cliarlic Butler,' - skater of no now's tho time to slip It tcj'Hiin, mean ability. IIo:gavo Suhwnltzcr tho For he'can not road his tombVloAo hardest go ho has bail vot. Butler es-1 when he's dead. � � , tablished a neat lead in tho early .Moro than famo and luoro ilmn iijonuy part of the race, but' the steady plug-, Is tho commont kind and sunny; uin.u; ol SchwoitzBr oiit Butler's lead down toward the end ,.and . l.n the eighth lap SchAveitzerpassSd"Butler j at tho last turn; sped'ahead, increasing his lead as he went the last two laps, and won lianiUly. Five men entered tito race, but it ivns aU'.'ays between Schweitzer and Butler. Lively x;a A s;iecial two-li\p dash forjiiin was  added to meet the demand furnishod speed inorchants awav in a. bunch anil flnisbod in" a I .And tho hoarty, warm approval of �a friend; . . For It gives to life a savor, apd it makes you stronger, braver, ./Uid. It gives you heart and apli;lt to tlio end. If ho earns your praise bestow !t;,,lf' you like him lot him know It; .!jOt tho-v words o� tvuo oncourago-inont bo Raid; TELLS RHEUMATISM SUFFERERS TO EAT LESS Mt-AT AND TAKE SALTS Hbonmatlsm is easier to avoid than to euro, states a well-known authority. We are advised to dress wannly; keoj) the feet dry; avoid exposure; eat less meat, but drink plunty of good water. Hheumntlsm is a direct result of eating too much meat and other rich foods that prodiieo uric acid which is absorbed Into tho blood.. It is the function of Iho kidneys to filter this acid from the blood and cast It out in the ui'lne; tho pores of the skin are also n moans of freeing the blood of ,this Impurity. Ir. damp and chilly cold weather tho skin poros arc clo.s-'ed, thus rorclng the kidneys to do dou.ble work, they become weak and sluggish and fall to eliminate the uric :aeld \vhioh keeps nccumulatlng and circulating throufih the syatem, eventually sottlluB in tho joints and nuis-cies causing BtUfucss, soreness and pain callo'd rlicuiiir.tism. � At Iho first f,v,'.In-:.'> of rlicumatisni g.'it from any irhn'm-xcy about four ouueespl! .lad iSnlt-j; i:ut a t;;blespoaii-ful lU; a plasa of v.atcr and drinl: lie-foro breakfiist each morniiiK for a Wool;. '.Phln Is nald to oUiuinato uric arid Ivy stimulating the kidno.vs to normal activity, thus riai.!ing tho blood of these impurities. J.'ul Salts, in JDoxponslvo, liannless, bn .: .> :..:..;..;..:. ? LOCAL RINKS WINNING AT TABER News comes from Taber to > the effect that the local rinks > are all in the jewelry class in ? tho various competitions. ? ** ? : : : ? : > : : : : : RECIPE TO DARKEN GRAY_HAIR This Home Made Mixture Darkens Gray Hair and Remove's Dandruff lOet :tho deimind and it Do not wait till Ufa 1b' oven- imd' he's I and is boneac'.al to vour .liUluoys as o.xoitonienl galore, Ton; ' '''uhdei'nda'th the'clover,'-"''^ *"""' I"*'-'""' i" "I when he's dead, ------'-.....-' , vertineinent.. 1 COCOANUT OIL MAKES i A SPLENDID SHAMPOO j- ' -^-- If yoii want to keep your hair In good condition, be careful what you wash it with. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain , too much alkali. This dries tho scalp, makes tho hair brittle, and is very harmful. .lust iilain mulsified cocoanut oil, (jj-iilch la pure and on-tircly gryaaeles's,! Is much hotter than Iho most oxponsivo soap or anything else you can use for shampooing, as this can't possibly Injure tho hair. Simply moisten � your hair with water and rub it In.,-.Ono or two tea-.^poonluls win make an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses tho hiilr and scalp thoroughly. The lather rlnsos but e|^sllytijn(|, romoes ovory jiartlolo of ;:du'st,' airti' dandruff, and excHBslve oil. The hair-dries uulck-ly, and evenl.v, ami Iv^ leaves it fine and sllltyi bright, lluify and easy to manage. , You Clin got mulsified cocoanut oil at most any drug store. It is very chonp,- and a fovouncds is onofigli t6 last overyono In tho family for moiillis,--AdvorlisoiHeut To a half pint of water add: Bay Rum ..................... 1 oz. Orlex Compound ....... a small box Glycerine ...................% oz. These are all simple ingredients that you can buy from any druggist at very little cost, and mix them yourself. Apply to the scalp once a day for two weeks, then once every other week until all the mixture la used. A halt pint should be enough to darken the gray hair, rid the head of dandrufi: and kill the dandruff germs It stops the hair from falling out and relieves itching and scalp diseases. It promotes the growth of tho hair, and makes harsh hair soft and glossy. -Advertisement._ 000 bushels In the district tributary to Cardston. To improve the system and methods of grading grain. Deal with the coal shortage prob-lorn. As it was realized that numbers constitute strength, the membership' fee was reduced from $2 to $1. It is expected tliat the membership wilt reach 100 In the course of a fev? days. The date of moijthly ineeitlhgs of the organization-was set for, the first .Monday at S p.m. in the'coun'oll chambers. � Big Campaign for Red Cross Funds (Continued FROJi Front Page)] ^ age to the funds. "In the country districts, concertSj, dances and other fonns of entertain'--' > nients may be arranged for, aiid the-' proceeds donated to tho Red Cross. ' These entertainments to take place^j on Tuesday, February 29th, and any,'' last spring by the city from, 'the .sinking fmul, and until the status of this account is known, tho board's estimates- are at a standstill. Commissioner Grace was at tho meeting and promised to have the necessary Information .furnishod to the boi\rd without delay, and on Us receipt a specjal meeting of the board will bo ouiled. If is liopcdio have the estimates finally I struck by Feb. 15. SASKATOON WINS Saskatoon, Feb. 9.-Saskatoon kept In the hookey race by defeating North' Battleford here tonight by a score of S to 1. . ,. . , ZAM-BUKCUREDtN2MqWTHS After 2 Years' Useless Treatment.' The healing power of Zam-Buk Is so much greater than that of other ointments, that it has cured In many cases when all other ointments have failed. One such Instance Is that of Mr. Earle E. Gardiner, of Marquis, Sask., who writes: " For two years I suftored with a bad attack of salt-rh^um on niy feet. . During those; two years tried every, known remedy, but could.,, find-nothing that would! euro the disease. Then i heard oC � Zam-Buk, and commenced using. It. ; After the first'.few applications. i noticed an dmproye-ment, arid tills encouraged me,to .continue. Although I had suffered.'.ffir tw^ years, after only two rinontjia' treatment, with , Zam-Buk I 'am ,completely^ cured." ; �  , ,'' Z'am'-Buk ls>qual!y good for-eozemn, , ulcers, abscesses, blood-poisoning, piles, ';' cold sores, chapped hands, chilblains,''';! eruptions, etc. At all drug stores, 50o. m box, or from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto;*,:^ NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH Apply Cream in Nostrils'\To/ Open Up Air Passages. ' KEEPING THE BALL ROLLING ' Marks-It seems "as-though women have a mania for spending money. Parks-^I know it.' "'Wli)*,' wlibhi6vbr ray wife la too sick to go shopping she sends for the doctor. Ah! What relief! Your clogged no8 trlls- open right up, the air passasQsi., of your head are clear and you o&jM breathe freely. No more hawking?* snuffling, mucous dlsohavge,' head-^ ache, dryness-no strugglinK iavA breath at night, your c^ld or oatarrliS Is gone. I (S Doir't stay stuffed up! 'Get a small); bottle of liJly'B Cream Balpilrom-you^'^ druggist now! . Apply, a ,llttl^ ,of,,tlU8 fragrant, antiseptic cream In 1'you nostrils, let it penetrate througjlil every air passagq of the heart; soothe and heal tho swollooj .Intlaraed mujf ous membrane, giving y.ou in^tapt^r^ lief, Ely's Croam Balm'Ss^iJu^t'-w^f ,ever)r cold and oatavrb Btijfjjrflr.^f]"' 'been'seeking. 'It's 'Just''spi?)i4>i^5,l3 D. Hlglnibotham & Co,, Ltd,, 4rui -Advortlsement, < - ' ^ 06 ;