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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta m j\I0N6AY, FEBUUAIIY If, 191(5 *r II E L E T H B RI D G K A I I, Y HERALD PAGE THREE IE IN FIFIY MINUIES CANADIAN WRESTLER DEFEATED A HIGH CLASS MAN IN CON-0 TEST IN SPOKANE TAYLOR IN FINEST FORM CHIEF BENOER BACK 10 LADELPl mmWl OEFEA KIIIIESBYOE GOAL {hockey match at the police i barracks required over-; time play SiiokaiiP, Kci). 12.-.lack 'I'liyloi' luiik Oil like 11 |)ios|iij3l.ivc I'liamiudii (ivcv t-'vcry iniuulu of lln' louti^ in liis ini^teh with .Ii'ss \YOnU'ij;iu\i(l, tin-De^ Moinps Kiiiiit., in tli> iiriui\i I tlu'alru liis'l niglil. tlu (topiicil Ui''; burly Scandinavian wWv, in ;i lolalj vreitliMK ti'iitt of m'tnurs, . --------- i!i taster lliaii any American wrest-: , ., ,, . , l''ranl; Ciolcli was,Tver iMv 1o do. ll 'iie liofkev tealiis pcoa'd thenisclves look C'nlli'r, w)ioni 'raylor reeenllv cvenlv niaU'lied Salaniav ailcrrioon wrestled to a t.wo-iiour draw, 7(1 niin-i, ti,",,!,- ^,,,,, Uie barracks. A nivK to Keli tAvo fa Is ofi W^sterKuard , , . - ., , i in liulte two weeks a^o. Ilotl, of. "1 ''.J',! nVn "'"v' , Taylor's falls were obtained bv a'''77;^^''"I'l'sb Me . doidilc bar put on in from, in ' tlie V -" ^1^'""^"''' I'V oiliciiU time of 3(1:30.and l!):.3(i, re-| "' " , 'Some lioekey' is wlial tlie spee- capablanca wins chess tourney N'ow York, Veb. 12.-JoSe l{. (.�apa.bUinea easily won tlrat jiri/.c In (be Hieo memorial (�l\e.ssinaBt.i>rK,' lournanienl tUat onded lien:- yosl.orday with a seore ol' It points svon to tliree lost. ? ; > sycetivclv. , 'i'aylor was masLyr ot \Vestpri!;aard' '�''m's ^I'id about 1be same, at every .slase and took main- luore  llaviiiK been once defeated at ilic elunees than lie diil witli iMitlcr, bands ol llie .Mounties, tlu; bo'. s in \ilien bo SL-eined fejirfill of Ibe latter's kliaki came IjacU with a vim that; iibilily. Wlii))- nol so rou^b, i llireateiic.j lo put tlu? Mounties awa)-last niKbl's was a niucb more sptc- baek on tiie bcncli, btit llie Mounties taeular matelt than tlie one with Cut- were also tliere with the necf.'-isary ler and sent tliiv Iji.n crowd lioiur iu ! Iiep, and wlien Ibe tiiiu; was called iii till' la.-i(: period, the score stood a 'lie I and l. LMERS PROVED LIGH NCH FOR BATIERY SOLDIERS RAN UP SCORE TC DOUBLE FIGURES-OPPON. ENTS MADE ONE far better liunior. Taylor's Work Remarkable Tiie captains of the two teams nol Those, in particular,-who have been I tuu,ctlier then, ami after a leniUhy Rradualli- cnniins to bcliejiT .lack' ariiinnenl, as to whether tlicv should 'I'avlor belcnus rU;hl ^ in the front � iday off the li;- or m)t, the Kilties rank, found rr^pecial K'^tilicalion in weie indncpd lo play two more live-bis handlias of tlu' formidable lowan. i miiuite periods to decide who really Tliev know Westergaard's record ami; was the best team? ttiev know that Tavlor-wasilast nij!;ht ! At tliis point, of llie 'j^huh:. the r.\-coii'siderablv tbe better man. It was citement became very tense, find the I SOURNESS, HEARIBURN, GAS OR INBIGESTl A SUCCESSFUL YEAR FRilll, IHE GREAP. OR CARDSTON THE MOMENT "PAPE'S DIAPEP-SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES. i Cardston. Keb. 12.-Tbe vcar Do some foods vou cat hit back-' Pt'-spcrons in the | '1 lio si taste � o . ml worlVba,m ronne^ ^""�''""'1' As-, 1 and into Bt^.liborn lumps and cause a, sick,, �'>|on both ,n palronasc as well .sour, stomach? -Vow, Mr. ,, 'is output,. 1 he assocjatlon upon in-Mrs. Iiyspeptle, Jot Ibis down: I'ape's i �'"',"'iV"'l ^pitalv.ed at Sa.OOd, Dlapci;Hin diireatK evorythlns. leaving; iff'' , "' . single shares, nothing to sour nnd upset you. There, fe"iVe tlicn the va nation ha-s doubled Healing Powers of Fruit Pfoyeil by "Fmlt-a-tlves" ' n";;;. ^v;^ ';;;;:;tbi;^B 'i^o sa^^y ,ui^i \ - ^^tt'^i x^^ arc so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you will Kct hai)i)y relief in five minutes, but what pleases you most is that it HtrenKtiicns nnd reBu'ates your stomach so you can eat your lavorite foods without fear, j Most remedies sivc you relict | new VliO-lli. cluirn, already shipped, |.sometimes-they are slow, but not i will soon be in place, bringini; the .53,000 were added last, year or now under way. This includes a new modern ice-bouse costing $1(>00, an oirice, testing 'room, and addition to make room, have also been addid. The capacity of tbe Crcamerv has been doubled as a Tlio simple juices of apples, oranges, ' prunes, when trun.uforracil into 'I''ruit-a-tivcs' will relievo discuses of the .SVowiar/r, J.ivtr, Kidneys and Skin. The truth of tliLs stntoraent has been � proved, in thousaads of cases of' of, Indigestion, Dyspupsia, Torpid Liver, There was notbing to it but the' Hattcry in the Imckey till at the fair grounds Saturday afternoon. The s(|iiad (u' players representing the lawyers displayed scintillating acliv-ilv iiere ami (here, hut us a team proved nil match for the soldiers. '/"!:e score ran n\i into double llgutcs, ^jiid to be tl to 1. 1 'iialtcrj-.Sherlock, f.oul ; (Icrbrach,' )ioinl ; Xaismith, cover ; Turcolte, lover ; Sears, centre ; StaO'ord, ri};ht wiiit; ; (irier and Davics, left wini;. Lawyers-f Players shitted several' ^_ times'); JlcArthur, f'oapst. Virtue," suufrVas^n"' i WITH PHILLIES THIS TIME ar!';;;;i�J Joth^y';;^^ mmadelphia. Feb. 1..-Chief Ben- i sure. "Papc's lliapepsiu" is quick, I positive and jiuts your stomach iu. a ! iioalthy condition so the misery won't 1 come back. i You feel different as soon as r'Pape's IJiapensin" comes In contact i Willi tlio stomach-distress just van- |isbes-your stomach gets sweet, no .nearly lOO.i'iOU lbs." lii 1014. $;5�,-Ifra.sos, no belching, no eructations of, i^g^of, ^^..J j,) i-^^nwrii for total capacity up to 110(1 llis. Two new systems of cream ripening pasteurizers are bein(5 considered, one of which will be installed. In ItIM tlie butter output reached 1().T,0IM1 llis., while the l!)l.''> record reached 261,(100 llis., an increase of t'on.sligation, Kiilnoy and Illaddor v TrouViles, .Skin Diseases, Hhcumatiani, y Keuralgia and Chronic Headaches. The enormous sales of'Fruit-a-tivcs,' :� arc tho boat proofs of the value o/ . . thi.^ fruit mcdirinc. � ' ."JOc. a box, i; for if^.fiO, trial slie 23c. At dealers or sent postpaid on reoeiptof i price by Fruit-a-lives Limited, Ottftwii. ^ undlKG.sted food, your Ijead and you foel fine. Go now, make ih'' best investment vou ever made, liy ?eUing a large fifty-cent case of "pape's Diapepsiii ' from any drug store. You realize iu ' (ivo minutes boiv needless it'is to I suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or .'any stomach disorder. - Advertise-\ I ment. The Chief r.esriay. providinu; there is ic;'. Talici:: der. one of tho star jiiicliers on the Taylor's .seccmd victorv over Wester-i Kilties certainly had tlit! best of tlii', ^vill iVnini tlic .game here iraard and (he Iowa man was ex-i i'jr league com-many in the uniform of the Piilladel-phia National leasue. lie agreed' on Icrius for a onc-^/cai" contract yester- EKCIIEMENT lEN ALLEGED SPY IS ARRESTE sionai!-,- he varied this attack willi a hoil\ scissors. \rv\- good jiainc. The two teams may play again iu . liic near futun', but tlie next team Winner in Fine Condition ; ti,p Mounties take on will be the Hat- 'i'a.\ lor was in ma.giiilii'Cnl condition' tery, v.lio once handed it to 'the and "was liardiv blowing at the cud Mrimties. 'i'lic Hattcry will likely see ill spite of the fact that; he was ac-i a dll'icrcnt team iu Ibe Police the next time the two meet. II is very probable that the next i7,.\7, '7nr".7"onr-ivar\ont'rn7r vester" i ^'^ ^^''"^^ '^"""^ "f more than a lit-leam skating race between tlic It^'^- i''\,,}.?n ^^'^ excitement when t-lje man, Strony, lerv and the Kilties will take place i'lay at a eonJciG|�;ip- oZiNU l5ll. A1 iViilUlLllNL' vouches for the excitcmert part ofi , , paid Clears i ^^^^-^^ cream, as against $38,000.00 for last year, an increase of $23,000.00. This mtiins an average ot $3,000 paid to the farmers of this district each month during the year. Tlicre arc at present .'58 creameries operating in the province, and outside of the city institutions the Cardston creamery is the largest producer ot butter. In tite provincial contest last year. Manager H, Mcintosh of the local creamery, captured fifth place for the best average grade of butter. Willi the exception of supplying a few of the district wholesalers and tbe local stores, the entire product of the Cardston Creamery Is handled bv the Department of Agriculture. This applies so far to the summer months only. From May to tlic 26 th of September 1(11,07.1 lbs. were sold to the department at an average price of 27.7 cts. per lb., bringing a total of $41,-Gl(i.93. Cheques as high as $2500 have been received weekly from the department. The Cardston district each year is going in more for winter dairymg,y and of the three silos erected in tbi>' province last vcar, two were locatodV in this district, belonging lo lidw'atd ^ .1. Wood and O. l'",. Cahoon. 'I'he ncparlnicnt of Agriculture is',  doing all possible for the advancement of the butter industry of this-province, and as ., result Alberta is capturing the trade which formcrUv; belonged to New Zealand. ^ The annual meeting ot the Cards-ton Creamery association, was held on Saturday! The regular dividend of 10 per cent, will be pai(l> to the stockholders. BRITAIN HAS THE WORLD'S GREATEST HOSPITAL SHIP-* 'London, Feb. 12.-Britain has tha biggest hospital ship In the world.' ^lio Is the new 48,000-ton liner Brltan- � nic, which was built at Belfast for the White Star line. As soon as com-plelod she was taken over by tho Ad-^ mfralty, towed to Liverpool and con--verted into a hospital ship. The �Jfauretania and At'uitania are also being used tor hospital service. " -. Only One "BROMO QUININE" ' To get the genum", call for full name LAXATIVE BROJIO QUININE. Look for signature ot E. W. GROVE. Cures a cojd In One Day. 25c. (hi llicip being ice. The match' r,ici' belv.c?u I'.omb-Dinvner, Bailer.x. and Srrgt .-.Muinr l'"i;aii 111 tiie Kilties, Is on tlie boards . for Wednesday niglit. However, there, is sonic tall; of the go bt'in.g skuled : . . ^ , , ^ . , ^ it, for he was on the train at the HAT AT TAI HARY i time ami witnessed the whole affair. ______ i man's shoes for a good many hundred dollars," said Mr. Harvcv to SL'nd hockey the Herald on his relarn. "There O '^'"'^y iiiitiitie of the ,'i ^ fast a.-, a Cat, shifting-lik 'lU. He was like lightning from u'lie liold lo the other and slipping like a Hash out of danger whcn-i iioint ; Ki'ood, rover; Uaxter, cover; evt.M- Vi'esterguard was on the aggrcs-1 J-'cmicfanier, 1'., left.Wing ; Pcnneia-i sive, v.iiich was nol often. 'l"he Aliiunties' line-up,: Sproulc, goal ; CIra.tdcii, centre ; Lavasscur, (�al!;ur.\. \i.-'fii i ofi in ciiii.iuiictiiMi Willi tbe team re-';ii>am definitcd liie .Mii:wa\-li:; of Medi- were about 130 soldiers standing la;. 'I'licsday, as Homli^ Downer will;cim' Hat ni.-itiirday in a great same, , i-oiind ^nA they were feeling mighty be going ii. Tabei WriinesilaV 1cplayi'.,y ilie .^i;:orri of II. to li. i, angry. 1 believe that it anyone had Iiotkcy with tlic lialtery team. j [�j,,.. .\ionarchs a.-c t!ic Winners of ^ lost his bead and started anything ----- !ihc lint series cud >ls the team to 1 there would have been trouble right there, and Strony would have come WILLARD SIGNS SIX SPARRING PARTNERS |icancmua-i, i ., .;i.,. n.i>;, ,-iumiH- j , CixV^.^jy winners. 1 there,- and Strony 1 ler, \\,, wing. U-erce, Corp. nrr\ pUTD Qf HRF^ A Tim S:;ud ulavcd a close check- out a bad .second." : llolmcs;, t,apl. .Ken and bLU. Lnlr OLUlXLO P^\uy.: .^-m-m. and wc,h-' the puck all | Mr. Harvey had b jlonst. i.\son. ^ KNOCKOUT IN 4TH '"''''^""'' inommion Urcedcrs' PAYS $50,000 f-OR PETER THE GREAt' S. Fletcher of Indianapolis Buys Racehorse of Renown Chicago, Kcb. 10.-.Juhilanl as a cliiid Willi u uevv toy over tiic [act . that hp'lias landed the largest ever offered for a . 10-round boxing match, .Jess Willard'started with a vengeance training ' for his battle will! Krank Movau in New York in i\i;:reh. � fti.x sparring iiarlners, all oi Ihem piiit,'.sbmeut assiniilators of the huskiest, variety, have hceii engaged by ilic cliunipion to' tradti blows witli him: Despite the'fact that ho has an cnornuiUK advantajjr in size ovfiv his fair-haired opponeciti Willard is not mid9revt,imathig Miiran's st.rengUi Heje,e leaGUERS at hot SPRINGS dcclarcil today he expects to conduct' his training in ti indianapolis, Feb. 12,-Stougbton Fletcher,  an Indianapolis banker and race horse breeder, tonight announced he had purchased Peter the Great, the noted sire, from W. E. D. Stokes of New York. The price Is reported to have been .tSCOOO. been attending the ilif! lime. iJomiuion breeders' association con- j t'or the Monarchs, Kdickton and vention at Toronto, and got on the ___ iSmiili starred, ICdickton shooting two same train with .Strony, riding Ij^oals and Smith tbe other one. \V. | with him to Windsor, where New York, Feb. 12.-(leorge Chip ! S. llenderKon and W. T. I-londerson, j tbe examination occurred, of Ncvxcasli'e, Pa., former middle-! Warren. C'arijcnter nnd Latham for j This little hit of exciti 2,000,0001 weiglit champion, knocked out frank;the S-'nd all took .siicc-GSEfiil shots at Notl(\r of .New York in the fourth! goal. At half time tbe score stood round of a 10-rouiid match in Hrook-'."; to. 1,. , Ivn tonight. Chip weighed 158 pounds | 82nd--,\IcAlli;itcr. Putnam,. H. T. and -Votter Jit. .'; Henderson, W. S .Henderson, ^Varren, .Joe t'hip, hrotlier oi the fornicr,, Ijatbam. ^ " Medicine Hat-Fallows, Smith. Mc- J^aws, Diiiui, Edickton, Jloore, Corey excitement enliv- inost catelul manner pos^tblc. He will continue his work at* the Chicago AlhU'tic associ-atitui for three weeks, going In Ncw Viuk about .\larcli 1 lo nut the liiiish-liig touches v,n his training. J. WILLARD'S COLD IMPROVES Clilcago, Keb. 12.-Joss . Willard's cold, from which ho bad .sulTwiad for-HOVoral dtiys, was improved today and light nssociation gyinnalslllm. Will Start to Get Into Condition for Spring Training Hot Springs, Ark., l'"o.h. 1-',-'t'lu; vanguard of tlu^ major league baseball jdayers who will get into condition here to bogiu training for the. lilin season arrived today, in the per-sous of Grover Cleveland Alcxandor. Hie Piiiladelphiu Nationals pitcln^r: \,riVr.vmVV li If. �ind look ol her i ^''"''1 ^'e Uostou Americans' '^e^d^^tU thfci to Atb^^lue ^�'��''"K �ta,r, and Clyde Milan, the . . . , .' Wiis iinut-oii .'Vincv cnii oiitfledor. cliampiiiii, oulfought "Kid" .Mberis in J, 10-rouiid match ia lirooklyn. lie knocked bis opponent down three times. H^ef oiiec,'. Dalley; Stcvvarr,. Judge ot lijEW AMATEUR BASEBALL BODY l.oiiisviUe, Ky.. Fell. U'.-A now national amateur baseball orgaiil'/'.atioii came Into cxistonco here today after delegates to tlie annual mooting of lUe .National Amate.ur BasehaU association of America had split fnto two factions at tlic morning tmssioii. '!'lic new liody. styling iisclf llic A'atiooal Amateur Uaseball I'odm'ation, elected C. (;. 'J'owncs of Clovoland president, it begins operation with a moniber-slilp o!' nine cities. The liplit came over u controversy dealing with iiroxies. CURLING CANADIAN SK'ATER WINS HONORS AT NEWBURGH Nowburgli. N. Y., Fob. l;J.-11. T. Logan, of Moutr�nI, won the honors ycBtevday in tliii'eastern speed skating charapionahipB here by taking tbe il.uartor and one-mile events on an ulglit Jap traclr.- V > ? 4 ? 'J* > ? ? �. O'LEAiRY OI,iTPOlNlTS LUSTIfe ? i'Nflinioapolls, li'ob, I'i.-.John- ? iiy O'Leary ot Seattle, Oanii- ? dijan' lightweight ' ehainpion, ? baslly outpointed ,lolinny Lus- 'O 12.-The iutoruutional outdoor � amateur skalln.g champlonslnp was won yesterday by flurry  . V V DOING VERY WELL Brunford, Out., Feb. 12~-Wlth $167,-(ioo raised, this clty'.s whirlwind three-day. campaign lii l)ehaU' of the tUtna-dlun Patriotic fund came to a close last nfivbl.- Only 8100,000 was aimed at. LANGFORD WINS IN 19th ROUND New Orleans, Fob. 12.--Sam l.ang-fohl'knocked out Harry Wills in the IDth round of a sclioduled 20-round bout'at 11 local arena toulsht. L'litll (,110'Ku9eluiut blow neitlior llghler BOBinelV'to 'hnvo tlio advantage. 'HARVARD BEATS YALE Boston, Feb. 12.-Harvard dufeutod Yale 2-0 ut hockey hero tonlubl. member, and so on, and at intervals ttio band would strike, up a popular air in which the soldiers joined with ,e:reat gusto. It they were conflntsd, the boys of the 89th intinded to make the best of it and throughout llie whole evening'the best of good humor prevailed. At the barracks ot the 137th similar seines were in evidence, one young private hero almost broke bounds In falling from tho win-dotv. Ho .was haranguing tho throng to "Come inside, ami join" when he nearly over-balanced himself. Last eveiiing tho same scenes were enacted outside both tho . barracks when the question was asked, ".\ro we down-hearted lliero was a deadening roar of "No." The crowd star(>-cd pinging iu which the soldiers vigorously joined, nnd the hand again struck up a variety ot tunes from "Onward Cliristiah Soldia's" to "Tipperary." One thing is certain, >Mie soldiers hail Uio place of "Company and made the best of the cir-cunistanccs. At Victoria Park har-rac'is the men pass;d the time in art etiually ' cheerful maniiei''. There was much singing nud ipUiety and the evenings wore spent in i ibis manner until turniiig-'in .time arrived. TWENTY-FIVE KNOWN DEAD India, I'o.un., Feb. 12.'-:-Slx bodies : today''^wi'ro mldful to the Ifi already i taken from the mUiu of the Jolterson i Cleiirlluld, Opal and Iron company at' ICrnest, vlMieru luv explosion occurred lalo Friday. 'Tiiis brinas tho total Uuown dead to -0, ' to generously contributed in the British Empire and the Uaited States, the neutral Belgian Relief� CommiBsion has imported '  enough v/heal, ^our and other foods to feed the whole.nation so far. The gtpat majotily of the:?,0,00,000 Belgian*.left,in , ,> the country have been able to pay for Jiheir .daily allowance of bread-but a steadily growing .^number have no money loft. - ; Unless we are \villinB to let these hundreds of thousand* of ' women, children and old. nien starve,' they tnust be fed at the expense of the Belgian Relief, Fund. To make this possible , someone must contribute neatly $3;000,000 a month-every ' month-all this winter! No people under the Allied Flags are as well able to contribute, genetoiisly as we Canadians! No cause has ever been more/ deserving of help! In ihename.p' Justice and Humanity-for the sake of, our >own self-respect-let us give all we can to help our martyred Allies! Cheques to be made payable to "THE TREASURER" BELGIAN RELIEF FUND, 59 St. Peter Street, Montreal, or to local "Committees. $2.50 Feeds A Belgian Family A Month. i �A statement by John H. Fahey Pres. of the Chamber of Commerce 'of thz United States It there are still extant men who ask the question: "Does U pay to advertise?" I know their thinking Is of. tha kind which would. lend them to light factories with candles and inslBt upon the advantages which would accrue if the residents ot: modern cities still di-Qw their w;ater supply by bucket from the town well. AVhon nations in the greatest struggle ot history advertise for armies; when kings and emperors and Bultaps ; coino down fropi their thron<;s,^to seek tbe attention of, the world and present tliolr pjeaa and defences throueli . the press; when tj.iias bocoiuo tUe dally bread of a largo part ot tho world's Vmslness, it is Indeed a man of limited-mentality who still quoBtlouB tho power ot publicity',. ,5 -From "System" tho Magazine of BuslneBS;'' j4 ;