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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, yfimiUAIlY 15. 1916 THE LETHBRlbGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE lEN GOICH AND SIM lET WILL THE MATCH BE A REPLICA OF JOHNSON-JEFFRIES FIASCO STAGED AT RENO, NEVADA? .WRESTLERS LAST LONGER THAN BOXERS-STECHER TALLER MAN THAN GOTCH "Wliilo Kraiik Oolcli and .)oi> Stccli-rr. avc fai' (rQin bi'-itiu; mai (.'IuhI at this timi", (!n,'; pnVili^h mv (fetter �:o that people rn.iy know what (i.-t Pills had done lor nie. The lirtt box rttlim'. .1 inc a (JpikI ttcal, c'ijj'ht boxci Wert' MiH'u i ni. tn ^ nrp nic entirely, and biin^ inu ba-.k u� jicili'it liealth. (Sgd.) IsniOKK IIHXM.SS, Tiik-l Koad lilen, N.R." GIN ril.I.S arc sold bv all drufrgists. 500. a box! ^is hux^t It National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. Shortage of Fuel at Taylorville GIVES VENT TO A LINE OF AIR IN AN ABERDEEN NEWSPAPER HOT fl It cost Tf,\- llifkarii SI 1)1,mill, in nddition ti> tioimses, \u hwn?, .liiu Abeidceii, Scdtliin;!, h'rb. 1 I.-l)f i-lariiiu; trie proniiHP bad bct'a liclil mil ; to liiiii tli.'it ]).'' v.diild bi' ppimitlcd' I'.) relutii to thi' I iiitoi! SliilfK, wluTc 1 "lio cdiild scj bis lU'ai' i)UI iiiotbi>r," 1 .lad; .Idliiis'Hi, (unr.i'r tliam|iioii iR'avy\vpi;;lit i)u.a,iiisi 111' tlu' world. iu| an iiitt'l'viow with ;\ icpvcSKnlaliiVr of tlic People's .loiiriial, 'newspaper, ironies an Alierdeeii mil !lat-fall'e in Havana, lists in v.lio general run of champion-j "I don't want, to be cliaiiipioii o: .ship matches, it j.s certain that a| llie world," said .lolmson. "H 1 won iiiiw record in. wrest!iiiK pur.scs will 1 the title aM'aiJi tomorrow I would be made when (loteh llnally siRns I'oc willin.i;ly band it to the (irsl man 1 his- Krapplo with .Slechcr. Whether the: met in the street. match will prove as disappoiutiuu to Ibosc that wHiies.s it as the .lohnson-.lebries battle did to the spectators , v.ho Kalbercd at ihb Nevada rinj.'-.side on .lulv 1, tnni, (mlv time can tell. As J, general rule wrcslU'rs hold tlicir smppllnR ability for ,1 luniber-of years beyond the point wliere h(!,hl-ers begin to slip back, .lub'ries " as as when .Johnson, at :'o a^e ot .i'i, wrested his title iroiii him. (iotch is �18 and Stechcr 23, and, while the latter has had a remarkiiblo lecurd to Hate, many thiiiV that Gofjh's long tnat career and wresUing experience will ottset Ibi- advantage of Stecl./r's youth. In fact, some wrosUiuj: experts /igure that the .Nebraska i;rap~ pier is loo young to taclile l."i;jtch. t'ei'lairi it i.s that ii study 1: tlie lalter's mat record impr".sses one with the formidable periorniaiiccs ot �the iniui ,wiiea taken in lOiniction with the well-kiiowu lact that he, lias always been moderate and methodical In his habits and trainiuK. (iolcli, Avho is 5 feet ll-i inches tall and weighs 210 pounds in condition, has won more than i 60 0! the 172 (iitie handicap or finish bouts, in ad-jlition to throwin}!; more than liUU opponents in Ifi-minute exhibition or invitation bouts in the States and Canada. HurinM; his toreiiin tour be " met and comiuored about half that number. .Slechcr iiicasures G feet I inch in 'heisht and strips at about 20b pounds. Me has wrestled more than 50 matches,^ucl has never lost a decision, al-tlioiigh held to a no-fall match by "Stratigler" Lewis and by George Turner.. Iron Made an Impression . Battling Nelson in his suit for di-vorcb asalnat Fay King-, says , she Blruck hint over the head with a ch.nnlc ol' iron. She had triod swinging a chair, a railing plu and a piece of leailpi'jie, but these I'alled to make an - impression on the dome of the ouco invincible Dane. �'I am not spealiiiiii; disrospeetfully ol Willaril," went ,011 � the former clianipion, "bccuusc 1 Ihinlv lie is a ^reat fellow-as far as bcinn a man is concerned-but ii he were as good a bo.ver as he is a man, well, be would be a great lighter. The Frame.'Jp ".Aly h.i^ht with Willard in Havana' was a liiiancial proposition. No one; knows the jiersecution I suffered at i the hands of the 'dandy people' of | the (nited Slates because they could! not lind white man to defeats me. \ "Well, lliey protiii.scd me that if ij would consent to be defeated bv Will-j ard I would no longer be molested,; and would enjoy the freedom anv oth-; er man would. 1 would he alloveil toi return to America to see iny dear old 1 Piitsliuri; lieavyweifilil liox(>r who mother; 1 would have my motor cars! pared wilii Willard, Willard stand:; �and other property restored io me,! either tilt. 1'. or dfi. 7; a;ilhoritative and evcrythinK v,-ould be made rip:hl.!will cnsaso in a ten-round battle willi "This sounded very i\ltvaelive to jess Willard in .New York C'ilv iie.vt ! me, but they double-orhssed me. 1; month. As the cut above indieales, 1 and those whu wit i .\lonin is no bunlam. AU)iou;;h he D ENCAIlPiN Df mm mi Taylorville, Feb. 11.-Coal is very scarce 'around this part of the district, almost; all the people arc having the same tlrouble, living; so far from the railroad as we do and to he without coal and then when one goes alter coal and it 'is dished out in live or eight hundred pound lots it is \ery disaijroeable. With the great amount of feed that we lia\(' here cattle and hor.scs are wint-riiip; line, despite the lone;, cold spell. The health of the people Kencrally is ;;ood. Our local musician Lester Albiston is beiii.e, enfiaued to furnish music for; the dancers of the Mclntyrc lease, will! meet viry often. l'"rank Shaw of 'I'aylorvillc, and Miss Alice Uarratt nt liaymond, were married at the latter pla'cc reccntlv. Two of TaylorviUe's promisitis pi yoiini; men, Cilen Ne'.r^on and John K. | ! \Vriy,lit, are attendini; the ICnight j .Academy. Frank" Menderson returned recently i from a visit to hldmonton. . 1 -Messrs. Kearl and Dudley are lab-j oriiu'; amon^ the people of Taylor-! ' viile as missionaries. ((.'(iNriM:i;i Ser:il,-.Major .M. Grand r'litrl.Trcli. o: roundly applauded his iiiiifoin) to ri'[)l.i briedy, sayint; 'tliai lellows cannot won: loiin. all can do t', often falls hardest 0; to remain tit iiomc. ritiiM I'ltiiNT Old-time Edmonton llrima'ombe, i ^ -r x-, . 3mn Passes Away Another Household Convenience , 'I'lic ln\-if tea on earth will siicdlily (Ictci-inrtilc il' c.vjto.siJd to air iiiid iiioii^tiire. 'J'lic oM Icail wrapiicv.^ for tea were l;oo(L Tiul the world iiiove.irrANT ALSATIAN Rebek-ih Officers Kdmotiton, Feb. 11. - The death took place al his residence, i)'J.')5' lOllh St., at 7:M0 Saturday morning,' of Alexander Taylor, clerk of the supreme court, a!;ed years, after an illness ot two days' duration from la (grippe and pleurisy. The deceased, who was in his ofhco! one of the I part ot I associated wilhj u- the tlebi-kah Asswubiy of Albc-rta. ; jj""' ''f'"'';, O")-," founding_ the] DuriiiK the utternoou ilie elective and ' t-'lnu'iton Hulletiri ; was one 01 the appointive ofllcers :ur the ousuinH ! three ordained eldt^rs 01 the First vlL-^were nan.ed v.tb the rollowin.-. j;--;> .n^^^^^^ -;,.,.or Past Pre.dei,t-.Mar.v -^.o.-j J^!;-;;/- .V-^.^^ "^i^^ti^l President--May .McUousall, Pincher ; Creek. N-o lime was lost .m .Monday by the i. f ^ """^ '^i'" ilebekaliH In gotti.i. to the ^est Known oia-timers in thi.s .usiness of the sixU, annual session ^1''' t^^'mtry. He was associatt FRANK MORAN bo.-^cd 20 rounds and those nessed the light could read betwctiU' Htands (ift. 1 the lines. It was up io me to do; records diffei something and I did that vcrv thing. Afx I said before, tlie Willard light wa,s a-linaiicial proposition ; that ami notbiUK else." Johnson was asked it he would like to have another" light with the champion and his reply was : "I have as much chance of another tight with U'illanl as I have of carrying the city of Dundee on my back." incli be an im;,. is t^mall com- Yico-Presideno- .Minuio .McJ.ntyro, I'^lmonton. Warden-Margaret Kose, Medicine lat. Appointive Officers -Marshal-:trrs. U. B. .Alorden, Leth-bridge. (.'ondiictor-Mr.s. .McKenzie, Edmonton. Cliaplaiu-Mrs, Cochrane, Clares-lioliii. Inside Guard--Afrs. Allison, Plnchev (-"nek. Outside Guard-.Mrs. Branson, Ta-ber. Welcome Delegates in the after him. He was also the promoter and organizer of the Edmonton b^lectrie Company and of Edmonton's lirst telephone system. It was duo to his elTorts that the city Wrts able to sircurc these two utilities on such good terms when they were transferred. Picks Moran In ;! very ploasint; and spontaneous nddres.s .\, 10. Dunlou. Past Grand. 1 v.olcoihed, the delegates of the Grand 'Lodge of .\lberta.' lie referred to il.mhbridge as the besl governed city roviuCe in the Dominion, ro.iolis of Southern Al-bcrta was the way be tabulated Leth-Winnipeg, Feb. It.-In a game that i liridgp. and lie was jiroud io u'clcoine had all the ear marks of a burlesqtie,' the delegates to sucli a city. Ho though it counted in the Patriotic spoke \ery feelingly of the part Odd- SEN! 10 HOSPIIAL ?p NEWS FKOM 2-15 Two-Fifteen, Feb. 12.-The chinook is quite welcome afier the prolonged cold snap. Mr. and Jlcs. I';!mer Cornet and baby daughter returned to their home ; near .Sweetgrass, Montana, Thursday, j Jlr. Cornet has hail charge ot iMr. 1 Kinder's place while be was away visitimr his former home in Indiana. Althotigh Mr. and ilrs. Cornet have been but a short time with us, we feel that the comnuinity suffers, a loss in their departure, as they were both estimable young people. Frank Mor'in i-f Pit ts'nMrL'h ,,,111 ""'"'^''y '"ague championship race, the ! fellowship ebouldulay in tliis great Hank .Moran, .11 ittbnUiKb. will be battalion team beat the Sol-, war. In replv U. A. Parker of Winni- the next champion, according to Johnson, who said Willard never would be able to defend his title. , , ., , i, Jack ,net both men and he wasn't , "'/iV '!h i.n,:^ c 1 ' � slow- to say that Moran- gave hii� '/"''UiT'-^'V'-'; i*!" \� iniieb tlio bnrdpcjt v,,t1le 1 for the filst, :\leCutchP'''> ''^ ^aken to ^dcarhlf-b^lng 1^ !ose n ^ '>��f TZ^Tf^^^ "Z .nknowti. in discussing this offer l>e. l^^-d ^^ an. Has breadbasket of Iron Vrank .Moraii. heavywoight, says tho size of an opponent doetm't bother lUm and that If he meets Jess Willard he will cut, WJUarU down to his si'/.o by pounding his stonincb. � M(3run, iif'pbably will llud that his fiqheiiie. will itol Work out. Claims that' Wlltaril has a weak "broad-baslcot" hare nerei'; been proven. facie .loliiiHon pounded 'WUlnrd's Ji)id-.soollo,n wlieu'they fought in Cuba but-(lUt ivot feay.e the big fellow. Just Hot Air .hick Johnaoii'ij' story that bis light with Joss Willard was a I'ake will bo �discredited by every one who saw the �piclures of the battle, if the battle was faked; thul'nUe, was. so cleverly accomplished 'that it iniSTit fust as ^voll huvo''l)eeu a genuine go. Fake or no fake,'the ligliti would have come lo th�'same conelUBloii. Johnsou never apptSiirod 'to belter advantage in the  ring 'than be dii:! at'Havana. He was ,iip against a better man and the in-tivUablu Imppened. JohuBi^n's atory is merely hot air � for-a(lyertiisins', ing a few days with friends in this! community. .Mrs. Al. Verberg, Mrs. G. R. Snapp and .Air., Fred CHnd were at the bedside of their sick niece. Miss Florence Olsby in Warner last week. 'Miss Otsby is 'reported to be better at this writing. Although" the weather has been , severe and the snow deep,' .school has hecn in progress for two werks with Miss Edna Colfin as teacher. We realize tho importance of school as "education is a nation's first duty,:' .ind are.pleased at Aliss Coffin's success in keeping school open in spite of the inclement weather. Win. Kinder has returned from a two months' visit among friends and relatives in Indiana. no matter Iioiv lonfr or liw l).'ul-jro to your drusKist todu.v and set a. fiU cQiit bo?: o� I'yr.araUl Pile Treatment. U will Kive ((iilolc roller, and .1 Sliigio liox often cures. A trial pacKaKo nuiilcd free In iiluiu wrapper IT you aenU us coupon below. CANADIENb BEAT OTTAWA Ottawa, Feb. 13.-Canadiens spritng another surprise in the N. II. A. nt the Arena last niglit, when they defeated tho Otlawas bv tliren goals to one, alter one ot tho cleanest i^aihes of the season. FREE SAMPLE COUPON I'VRAMin DUITO COMPANY, mo I'yi'imiiit BIUb.. Mm'.sbiill, Mich. IClndlj" Bond mo i> Free anihplo of Pyramid PileTreatmonti lu plain wi'u ppu r. Xamo ........................... Sircot.........'.................. City............____ Statu........ CALGARY RIOTS REFERRED TO IN COMMONS Ottawa, Feb. M.-Sir Wilfrid Laur-ier asked in tho house this afternoon if tho government had yet received a reiiort on the l^Jalgary riots. Sir liobert Rorden said ho understood they had not, and Sir Wilfrid said ho would repeat the (|uestion tomorrow. Hon. C.harles Marcll askod it in view of these riots it was the inten What the Alberta Red Cross is Doing ,\mDngst the supplies shipped bv the Alberta branch of tho,Canadjiaii,, Red Cross Society to the 'Lohdbii-depot during the past year are the following : , ,. ' . Abdominal binders, 1932 ; abdominal belts (llanncl), 312 ;' abdominal belts (knitted), 430 ; 'aprons, '936 ; bandages (various), G2,933 ; belts iwoven), 1100 ; bedjackot?, 2370;'b^d-soeks, 2'178 ; bedpads, 2744 ; IjcdSitio bags, 1004 ; handkerchiefs (ca^ored)'^ 4B,a30 ; handkerchiefs (white)>, 21,-7�7 ; icebags, 2DS7 ; niglitshirts. 594 ; pillowslips, 3330 ; personal property bags, 5124 ; pneumonia jackets, 1054; pyjamas. 5248; socks,,. 10,780 ; shirts (surgical), 10,188 ; shirt^ (day), 331� ; sheets, 1892 ; slings, 360 ; surgical supplies, dressiifg sots, compresses, gauze bandages, ice-caps, j pads, etc., etc., 00,704 ; towels 1868; TE"GI1SCI1RET8"1F BEST FOR LIVER AND BOW.ELS, BAD BREATH, BAD COLDS, a, March 4, lor Iho middleweight.championship. TWO GREAT FIGHTS FOR THE OLD COUNTRY FANS Licit lUirgo, the WngliBh light'promoter, will stage two chaiiipjonslilp lights al; ibo Gohlers Groon "llippo-drome in London on I'obr.uary In one ot them Pat O't'Joetp ot Ireland, middluwtdgbt ehaminon ot Kurope, will moel .llm Sullivan, the ex--cham-plou middluffoiaiit, for a purse of $2500, while lu the. other Uombardiur Wells, heavyweight chamuion oi' lOng-land, UghtB Horgt. Lick Smith tor- a J400t) piirsiv Both bouts will be for twenty rounds. CARPETBALL NOTICE Tho S, 0. 10. carpotball team horeby accopl Iho ehallongo ot the Mail Carriers, games to I)0 iilayed in tho S. O. bl. hall 01.....Wednesday evening, Fob. liith al S.Sy o'clock. ^ - %__3......* stomach, remove the sour, undlgestgtl ;food and foul gases, take the e.xcoss'. bile from the liver and carry out'all itiie constipate-d waste matter and ipoisons in the bowels. ' A Cnscnret tonight will surol'y straighten you out 'by morning. Th6y Avork while you sleep-a 10-cent box from your druggist means your hop'd lOlear, stomach sweet and your liver ' and bowels regular for months,-Ail-" ;vertisenient. -I'vH'; if I "Tiz" If Feet ) Aciie, Burn, Pull .up Can't bled at Cixlgary, where they are cm-sored and sealed and are not opened up again until they are used at the base hospitals or oa the battlenclds. Tho C.P.R. carry all Red Cross material free, both rail and ocean, and absoluto right ot way is accorded the! Hed Crosa, and second only to muni-' tions ot war. , - . Thfso figures alone 'should bo suffl.-, cient incentive to everybody to get out and boost hard for the Red Cross ilay on February 29th, and provide ____ _________ our noble women with sulhciont mon-imenl. Use "Tiz" . and uevor. suf; ey to carry oa their splendid work. j;wlth tonder, raw, bunting, {jUste, beat "TIz" for sore swollen, calloused feet or corns. ma Yon can bo happy-footed in The local branch is now ciuartered! swollen, tired, aching ieet.\ _ in the new post ollico building, and! and only "Tiz" tal^e."! the; pain Will welcome tho eommittte �workers at anv lime. It should be borne in mind that; with the incieasod demand for soldiers the work of the Red Cross ''is correspondingly ^lieavior and both workers and money will bo in grsat demand. i>:V .:, � .. Scene from "The MSjesty of the Law" featuring 'George Faweett, at etarUnnd Wednesday and Thursday, GERMANY AFTER IT Washington, Feb. 14.-That Qor. many had (Offered Nicaragua a larger Bum than tho United States for an lopllo.non the Nicaraguan canal route was urged In the senate today as,i\n argument for early ratification ot the ponding treaty. and [and only now I soreneBB out ot corns, callonaog,?,fliJitfl bunions.' ' 'i' 'r-^^j; As soon as you. put your feet>')J(a "TI7," bath, you just feel the htigli neas soaking In. How , gootf-yoilij poor old, feet fool. They ;waiij;fif' dance (or Joy. ''TIz'' Is grand,.i|ml iniSjantly draws out all n;h6!spp}s^^ ous' e.xudatlons. which .buMV up (iipm feet, anil oauBo Boro,'in�lamea; a(in}F~ sweaty, feet.. .,-:'. '.,.i.':;?;':;;v;;'.;o:i >f� Get-a 25-cent 'box ot'lTlz .itiO* drug store , or,: dopartmisntj BtdSlP Instant '-foot ;'aUet,::.''Laii'& mm sufferers Avho : oomplaliuaS Sp'^S your feet are 'ue,ver,':nev^p5^ bother- or^ malce ,you'�.iUrau'4i ~AdvertiseniouC/ � - ^  ;� 61 ;