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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Dollars saved by Bovril Bovril used . in the Kitchen iiieaiis liollars saved in tho Bank. It inikesnciitishing hot clishds out of cold food which wotifd not otherwise be c;Uen. I'.ut sec ih;a you };et the. real lliiiij:. If it is not in (he iJovril bottle it is not Bovril. And it wi(s/bo Bovril. Sport Outlook in East jNot Over Bright mmm of b m up a HAVE NO AVAILABLE PLACE TO PLJT'ON BOUT SCHEDULED , ,  FOR MARCH 17 Xew Vork, Feb. }ie it ever so Lumble, tliete's not. an abandoned car barn nr .slaii^hler house or theatre in \ow York overlooked by Tex Uiekanl in his'(iiicHt fpr a jjlace to holil tlie AVillaid-lloran lisliU. -Manager .Jipnny Jolmsloii of Madison Kr|Uare (iarden, liaviuR laiij^heil a I .slavey lauRh at the oilier of $700(1 as rental for his swat niom, Kiekard; UMs iii> in the air for a sile. Tlie pro-1 tiiotcr.s were expeelcd to seimr tlie' town ill taxis tddav. Uickard was dp-timi-stic; UioiiRh tlie $70,000 attraction is little more- than a monthi awav. / -(obnsfon said tliere were only two open ilciles at llie (iarden, anyway, neither oi tlu'iii on the desired dal'r, -Alareh 17. He Iia.s iiiaiflied Ted Lewis to onht, .laek Hrivtoii 10 rounds on SI. Patriek's day, but has not rx-plaiiied how he evpeels to' run llie bliow with the (ianlen encased. : : ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? .;. . ; WHERE BIG LEAGUE : .;. CLUBS WILL TRAIN ? : > ? ? ? ? ? ? American Leaque Hostoii - Miireh 10 ;ind 17, at Hot SliriuKK., C^lin-dlanil -Ix'bniary 111 and March 1, at .\'(iw Orleans. WaKhinHtoii-.Mar. I, at Charloltos-vllln. .\cw York-Fob. 22 and Mareh 1, at. Maeoii. Detroit-.\lareli 1, at Waxaliaclile. (Iiieago-.Mar. 12 at Mineral Wells. St. I.oiiis-I'eb. 2S. at PaleHline. I'liiladelplila-.March U, at .laekson-viUe. National League ' Khlladelpbia-.Mareh (i, at St. I'et-ei-sb.urK. St. Louis-Feb. 28 and .Mareh ti, at .San Antonio. Nc!\v York--Mareh 1 and .Mareh I, at .\larllu. (,'inelunati-.Mareh (!, at Hhreveiiort. Ciru'ugo-.Marcli 7, at Tampa. Uobtoii-March 1. at .Miami. rittsbui-K-.Mareh {!. at iJawaoii. ICy. lirooklyn-.Mareh 10, at IJayionu. N. H. A. STANDING Montreal, Feb. I.'j-Saturday iiigbi's Kamo ill the X. II. \. asaln cbangnd the alignment of llie teani.s in tins HtandlnK whieh follows: W. J.. IJ. F. A. I'l.s Ciiiebee .. .. S li 2 62 ti.7 18 Wanderers .-. ;i 7 ii 70 ti.") IS Canadiens ... f. l i,"> .tI n OltawHii .. .. S 7 (I Ki n; Toronto .. .. -l It 1 SO iju :\ REIRKS ON THE S Puzzling to Mamma .\ teacher was tiyiiig- to explain thb mHaiiitiK of the word "relaxation." "Hessle," she said, "supiiosc.. your pnpa liad worked vei-j' hard all day, he would bo tired and worn out, wotildn't he?" "Ve.s, raisa," . . "Then, when night conies, and his �work is over for the day, what does lie do?" "Oh," replied Resale, "that's just yhat mother wants to knowl" Promoters Take Big Chance Here are the real facts regarding the eoiniuK lO-ronnd battle between Jess Wlllartl and Frank Moran, sehe-thileil to be held in New Y'ork on JIarch 17: .less Wlllnrd Is to receive $47,500 win, >]oso or^draw.' Frank JMoiun Is to receive |22,500 �R'iu, lose or.-draw. ' In addition Wlllard is to receive .11 per cent of the 'picture, privileges. Moran's end of the i)ictur�s will be taken care of s'al.i.'ifactorily by 'I'e.v lUokanl. All tWat'V'^inalns to bn done Is the selection of a suitable site. This' lathe cru\vpf the whole situation, for unless .the right building is secured, Tex Rlckard atid-li'ls eompuniouB face a terrible loss. At tho very loa.st the Hiost oi: runnltig tlie light will be close io tho 8107,500 mark. And this does not include .unforeseen obstacles, such �s ppstponenionta, Ineleiueiit weather, or the thousands of other llttlo things that ..crop .up. ^une.xpectedly. VER WILL STAY N BASEBALL CIR BOB BROWN DENIES HE WILL SWITCH HIS CLUB TO GREAT FALLS N'aiH-ouver, B. C, 1->1). la.-"I'n-lesK ilipic. isi ;i very decided oxprcK-.sioii of piiiilic' Kcntiijimt against a coiitiuuuiice of proicssiona! spotl diiriiKT the period of the war, the Vancouver bu-sehall club will operate rjtflit here In \'aiiCouver tliis coinint; season,'' said I'resideiit, lirov.ii oi tho Vancouver Nortliweslcrn league dub today in discussiufi; reports that the Vniicoiiverclul) niii;bl be transferred to Great Kalis. .Moiit; ' ' "Itepcirts to the clTcct that 1 am considcriii):; a sale cf niy plavers atid looking for a manugerial bertli- elsewhere are manufaclnVed out of wliolc cloth. .\s far as flreat Falls is con-fi-rued 1 have not been approached wiili ally proposition to move over there aiid have never given the rumors to that elTcet one minute of ^el�-ioii.'q tlioURlit." .Soijie .sentiment against professional sport on aceoiiiit of the war hav-inij; evidenced itself. Brown has for some lime past been nuietlv feeliii.i; out the situation to find out how strons; it is, but says he as failed to discover that it is .serious enough to iiilertere with prolcssioual. Ottawa, Feb. II!.-The outlook for 1010 in sport IS decidedly poor, so, poor, in (act, that it is douhlIul~ifi there will be anythinn doinn ia those' cueles jit all, Tiiere will be no Big Kour football.. That's a certainty, and it is also; tlioiin;!)! that when the season rolls' around Die oilier unions will lind Ihtir r.uilcs so dc|ih'le(l that they will also have to call off their names for a' .s.^^.'joll. Tiie 'I'iRprs, that is the nia-l ,iorily of tliein, will he enfaned ini the most serious oecu|iatioii oi sCor-i in;.' loijclidoivjis nn the 'iermans, aud' (he ,ither Bif, I'Viur otila&ottimtK (kllO' Denver, Colo., Feb. 15.-It can be auilioritativeiy announced that Frank (idlcli, the ki'n.e; ot wrestlers, has decided to come out of retirement, ,aud meet .Joe Steelier, the sensational Nebraska wrestler, just as soon as the right olTer presents itself. Kather, (loteh has oontraeted to go touring with a circus, starting out the last, week ip April and showing for IjOO (lays if business proves tiEOM*''^ nro'DaBJ' ' MONO' iioyajfila-i)nf^tf^nM-,if^(^ � this term.  I VOICE CULTliFBB> f*, PIANOFORTE, AWn HARMOhiy Coaching Of Songs fyxi VxislatH^W I Studio I Jloom 1, ConseiCTfttoiij^ J Bnilding *' PHONE 765 anci 1242t QUICK WORK SAVES BIG BATTUEaHlff' -Philadelphia, Fob. IB.-Quick ..wotfc', , by sailors on the battleship Norw^'.'O Dakota, at tho Philadelphia navy,' yard, .saved the .sUlp.'-from ..'seTlousf*' damage'by Are last night. They Jum^',; ed from their bunks at the sound, of.;; the ftre alarm, and oxtingulshetl a iv" slight blazo In the onglno TOOm Jn about three minutes. Tlio Are 'w^'a Started by the blowout of a fuse. la)R dynamo, which ignited some oils find, J started the-woodwork tobtirn,.. ) '' ' "4 TheServantProblem-Whp ever heard of it in the-hon;id'-i where the house'wife kpp'yvi.y. Shredded Wheat? :*Jp^X| /minutes you can .prepare; wholesome, satisfyingft^ripSltl^ with Shredded Wheat :JBis- ^ cuit without kitcheq'AjVOrry j or work.' For breakfasfcheat '4 the Biscuit in ^'the;;.9ye^^^ restore crispness and serve with hot milk. For ItinchJ serve with sliced: bananas or other fhiitsi Madei. in Canada. ?13661 2737 ;