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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SATUKDAY. I'KBUUAKY 12, UiUi. T H K . Jj K T II 1{ K I U ti E IJ A 1 L y H E K A li U PAGE THREE TOOKE COLLAR REMARKS ON THE 8 Outpointed the Boys Decnuso the boj-8 didn't KOt enough study puintB In tholr atudlos to Jii; eligible to Iho athlollc; hoard, iithlotics .It tlie Jamaica High school in Now York state arc now controlled by the Slrls. Mammoth Sport Carnival. St. Paul, Minn., went In for a winter sports carnival on a scalfi hitherto atteinptod on this continent only in Montreal, wliorc it was discontinued some yeans ago. ilockoy, curlluK, sluing, tobogganing, snow-ahooing, ice racing, skating, etc., find prominent places on the program. Jlore than ten thousand men, women and child-len, ])ictnrcS(|Uoly garbed, marched througli the Ij.uslness streets on the oponing night. Becominci Human .lolin L'. Sullivan has been a.sUed to act aH referee in the Harvard student boxing bouts, tlie manly art liaving undergone a revival at Cumliridgc recently. Since Coach Percy Hauglitou lias ac > ; .JI ? SIZING-UP WILLARD AND ? MORAN ? ? .;. > .;. .> .> .j. .;. .;, ,> .> .j. .;. .;, Jess Willard Frank Moran 28 ............ Age ............ 2S Gft. Tin,.......Hei.ght........ lift, lin. 22.''i ...........Weight........... 20a 83% in........Beach....... 78% in. 10 in.......Ciiest, normal......42 in. l-lVj in......Chest, oxp........ 4C In, 37 in..........Waist......... 35 In. i-l in......Bleep.?, jiorinal..... l;") in. ir)i/iiin. ...Biceps, flexed... 10Vj in. 17W in.........Neck..........IS) in. SU in.........Wrisl.......... 9 In. 17Vj in.........Calf........ U,i,ft^j;^^=: He was a cruel teacher-but a Pood ^' .;. weighing over 200 pounds-fell before it aS easily as men of Willie's weight -150 pounds. To get results from this punch speed is essential. Frank Moran letids his left ; then, without pulling it back, lets it slip down, blocking his opponent's counter ; then AS ANNOUNCED, on February 21 next tlie newspaper carrier boys of this city will handle the Herald on their own account, performing the delivery and making their collections at the new rate of 10c per week. ^ In putting the noAv .system into opofation the Herald lias endeavored to ar]'an,u'e it so that a minimum of incon-venience will, be iinjiosod n])on the subscribers. It, has also been realized titat some of the subscribers will'prefer to pay for a ])eriod in advancti ratiier than- ha-A^e the carrier call every Aveek for tiio 10 cents. This' lias also been pro-* vidcd for and readers tberefore, avIio do not care to have tlie carrier call every Aveek, may haitd him, say,.20c, 30o, 40(', 5()c, or an\'- sum that is comu^nient. CI Our readers need liavc no. mlsgiYing's in paying.the lads amounts in advance as the Herald will stand behind tiie boys and be rcsjionsible for any payments ra'adc to them. yVo can't resist putting in a A\-ord for these boys. They are a hard-Avorking, industrious buncii of felloAV's and their earnings in many cases mean a Aveloome, and hy no means insignificant, addition to the family income. Hnndred.s of men luiA-e had to depend largely upon their Avages as neAvspa])er earriei's to get their start in. life. The Herald lias arranged to substantially increase->. practically double-the earnings of carriers and so place the boys on a basis Avhcre they Avill reeeiA^e the training and disci])line Avhicli Avill prove of great benefit to them later  on in life. In this Avork the lads' parents are being asked to co-operate, and if our readers Avill extend a generous indulgence and shoAv consideration to the extent of promptly paving arreai's in accordance Avith notice sent, and the. boys on their lirst call for tlie paper instalment, it Avill do much to encouraii'e the lads. LETIIBEIDGE HEKALD PKINTING CO., LIMITED. Over with the right. Good night ! ? ? > ? ? ? ? ? ? : pacific coast hockey ? ? ? : ? ? ? 0. h. A. RESULTS ? ? : : : : j-t mj-'' coast league race tonight and won by ' |;as"a'^^CJc^nian^syinplthizci\^^ LAIWE BAwlV - a score of 8 to 4. The result was a ; state that not only Mr. Van Blar- , ^ _ � . surprise and gives Uie Vancouver club com, hut his father and Erandf-athcr SdoIIs KldnOV TrOUblO now runners-up in tiio race, a clianee , ^nd great grandfather were all bom i ' in Canada, and Mr. Van Blarconi'sj There's no use puttincf on liniments and.; grandfather, B. Van Blarcom, was piasters to cure that ache m your hips or back, . , '��Tb�r of parliament for Digby , ^'^"^""L^.S'"p^if ts IZ^"^!':::^ .| County, Nova Scotia, and ^yas blier-] backache and heal and regulatetho  lit of Blgby County several terms, 1 kulney nnU bladder action. Then you get', and was holding that, oihce at the I relief, permanent relief! time of his death. His mother is ot Scotch and Irish descent. Bevond his great grandfatlur, Mr. A'an Blarcom knows nothing of his ancestry. No matter what Mr. A'^anHlaroom's ancestry four or five generations back may be, ho is British to the backbone. C. FARROW, Manager, Letlibridgc Laundry Co., Ltd, Portland . Vancouver SeatUo .., Victoria . LEAGUE STANDING 11 �!) S 3 h. -I (i S 12 Many a man and woman who has been ig pail having to stop work and lie down to get a littlti any doubled up with shooting pains in the back ^ > stop work and lie _ relief,"has found new health and comfort in ; Blanche Sweet, iho groat'Bi'oad\Yay ncti'Oss, as tlie � two sisters in a scouo'from "Tho Sucret Sin," n drain a. lU' t)iQ opium deps, nt Starlund on NOBLEFORD NEWS � Nobletord, Feb. 11.-Rev. W. C. Marsli preached his first sermon at Nobletord on Sunday, Feb. C. Ho preached very interesting sermons both morning and evening. Mrs. A. Bcnoit and little son Raphael have returned homo from Tilbury, Oat. C. WcNichol spent Saturday and Sunday with his father, Rev. W. C. McNicliol. I E. 13. McDowell, ot the Kilties, Lothbridge, spent a tow days, with liis parents, returning to Lethbridgo Thursday. A very enjoyable attornoon was spent at Mrs. K. Mowser's on Saturday last. Mrs. Mowser entertained the Rod Cross Society and other ladies of tho town to r. sleigh ride and an atternoon tea, wliich was very enjoyable. F.' W. Hunt was a visitor in Loth-bridL'o on Snt'irdav last.- , v. The Itcd Cross Society met at Mrs, R. Tackaberry's place last;Saturdav. and a very enjovablo;.-"ev(.'uinK -was spent. DIDSBURY VICTORIOUS ; Didsbury, Feb. 11.-Dldsbury -won tho central Alberta hockey champion, ship last night when,; they defeated tha Innlsfall team 6 to latter a bJttuv 'forthejl kidneys Two bo.-cescompletelycuredAriioldMcAskell, of LowerSelma, N.S. "I have never had any-trouble vvith my back since," he says. If you have a lame back-or any sign of; Kidney trouble-get GIN PILLS to-day and:' start llic cure working. 50c. a box, Six boxes' for $a.5o~and every box gjvq satisfaction or your money back. Trial treat* ment free if you write � -i; National Drugr & Chemical . Co. of Canada, Limited '-^ Toronto Ont. Sold and Kouny & Allln_____________,.,____,. 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