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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PUIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,JOIG. THIS LETHBRIJ^GE DAILY HEKALU PAGE THREE ? ? ? : > ? > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : � ? CREE GETS PROFESSOR'S > > > ? : : ? : > t� > : :. : : > A'l all-star soldiers teaiu and a team calling theinBoivas tin: Peace River Hskluios euKafied In what nominally was hilled as a liockey inatcli at lid-inonton, but which was in reality aatil to bo a )>ot yoiirri of shinney. golf, fighting, wreHtling, slasliliiK and tripping. A summary of ttie doings: Score Soldiers 1; Poaew River 0. Boxing Bouts .1. Sutherland vk Jim lluwey, driiw In ono round. Extra Special Display of strategy, hnoklne, sUiali-ing, etc., between .7. Sutherland and Jlowey. Won by Sutherland by wide margin. IVIain Event Two rounds in penalty box between Sutliorland and Howey. No decision. Ijieut, Pearce. acting peace advocate, badly bumued by getting In tbe roud 1 of Hying lists. Casualties Jack Gordon, forehead cut open. .Timmy Steele, carried off feet first after spirited assault on tlie butt end of Dunlop's stick. Klllott temporarily laid out. >fumerou8 minor casualties, handled by field surgeons, not recorded. FOR SPOR UNII EASTERN HOCKEY PLAYERS SEEK COIVIIVIISSiONS WITH ONTARIO OVERSEAS FORCE INCLUDES LLOYD COOK Toituilo, inlod tiicniselves for enlistment in the Sportsmen's IJatta-lion. CHICAGO ATHLETE WINS HIGH HONORS Here IB tho oOlcial 1915-18 all-atar hockey team picked by President Frank Patrick of the Pacific Coast Hockey association. In whldi we arc all delighted to see the celebrated puck cbasor from Taber, bioyd Cook, included: Goal Ilugli Lelimnn .... Vancouver Point I.. Patrick .......... Victoria Cover Point 10. .Johnson ......... Portland Hover Fred Taylor ...... Vancouver Centre K. Oatniiin .......... I'ortland Right Wing C. Tobin ........... Portland Left Wing h. Cook .......... Vancouver NO INDIGESTION, GAS, OR STOMACH MISERY IN FIVE MINUTES "PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" FOR SOUR, ACID STOMACH, HEARTBURN, ' DYSPEPSIA. WILLARO TOO SICK TO RAIN FOR HIS FIG CHAMPION LOSES $10,000 BY POST-PONEIMENT OF BOUT TO MARCH 25 Time it! In five minutes all stomach distross win go. No Indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching of gas, acid, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headttchc. Papc's Dlapepsin is noted for Us speed In regulatini; upset stomachs. It Ib tho surest, quickest and most certain Indigestion remedy In the whole world, and besides it Is harmless. Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without tear -they know Papo's Diapepsin will save them from any stomach misery. Please, for yonr sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dlapepsin from any drug store and put your stomach right Don't keop on being miserable-life is too sliort-you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat wiiat you like and digpst it; enjoy it, wllliout dread ot rebellion in tho stomach. Page's Diapepsin belongs in your liomu anyway. Sliould one of the family eat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stoniacli derangement at daytime or during the night. It is handy to giro Ibe quickest, surest relief known.-Advertisement. STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD Says Cream Applied in Nostrils Relieves Head-Colds at Once. ? > : : ? > ? ? > > ? ? ? ? SUSPECT FOUL PLAY ? ? ? Minneapolis, B'eb. 17.-Poisoning by "knockout drops" was Buspooted by the police In connection with the death ot Robert Martell,- boxing announcer, who tell dying to the .aidswalk early totlay,- ; , Martell, well known'to thousands ot Twin OitieB ;|)oxing tana, and for the Jlaat tow months a pioturosquo character about the city,; wag unable to speak after he fell. It was believed he had possibly been drugged by men-who planned to rob hiin. MASCOTT AND FOX DRAW Portland, l^ob. 17.-lilily Mascott of Portland and .(inuny Kox of San Francisco, I'fatberwciglils, boxing for tile Pacific coast, ihle, went (I, rouiids to n draw decision last night. .Mast^utt floored Fox twice ,in tlie early rounds, hut Fox made up for tills by a whirlwind finish in the nt'th and sixth. Jack Grant roteroed. LANGFORD AND McVEY.DRAW* .New- York, I'^eb. 17.-Sam Langford of lloston and Sam .Mc\'oy of California fought ten rounds to a draw at Madison Squijre Garden hero tonight. Langford weighed luy and McVoy 2|2 pounds. In nnolhor match .-Viido Anderson of Chicago knocked out Georfio Rodel in tho fifth round, Anderson welgli-ed 215 and Itodel ISi'i pounds. vertlsoment. SANDPOINT BOXEfl IS WINNER Sandpolnt, Idaho, Feb. 17.-Bud Ridley, a llu-poundor of this city, last night del'oatod Jimmy Stack of Spokane on points in the fastest 10- ? round go ever seen here. Both men ? were, out for blood and mixed frooly ? from tho sound of the gong to' the finish of tho light, keeping the big ? crowd of fans excited every minute, ? This wH-s Ridley's first appearance ? Except in proUmlnarleB and his work Showed cJiainplonship (piallty, ? SASKATOON BEATS PRINCE  ? � AUBERT ; Saskatoon, Feb. 17.-Before a'paclt-ed rink tho Saskatoon hookey touift I ? ? ? ? ? > > ? ? > > ? ';�|h6re tonight by a score of i to a. Winnipeg, Feb. 17.-Captain E. O. Wlieeler, It.E., wlio has been mentioned in dispatches for the third time, i  , , ,, , ,,, has. it is announced in the London local hospital and Times, been awarded the Military Cross. Before leaving "somewhere in i Cardston, Feb. 16.-Tho local committee for the 113th Kilties is vigorously pushing the recruiting campaign and success is attending Its efforts. Meetings are being arranged at the different distlict towns and it Is expected a number of recruits will be the result. C. R. Cameron, a prominent local solicitor, leaves at the end of the month for Lethbrfdge, where he enters into partnership with W. 8. Ball. Mr. Cameron during his stay in Cardston has been highly respected and has enjoyed the confidence of the community. Mrs. Cameron will not accompany her husband at present, but will remain in Cardston for a few months. Martin Woolf, Jf.P.P., leaves on tho 23rd for Edmonton, w-here the legislature meets on the 24th inst. B. N. Barker and Rev. M. W. H. Mowat are delegates to the Anglican Synod at Calgary this week. Hyrum Gold, Mountain View,, was taken Into Lethbridge this week to undergo an operation for appendlcl tis. Indians Fined Tlio two Blood Indians, Cannot Fly and Hairy Bull, who were found on the reserve in a drunken condition, were brought up before Justices Mcintosh and Holmes. They were each fined $50 and costs. Wm. T. Bates, Aetna, from whom one of the Indians claimed thoy had obtained the lemon extract, was fined $50. Cannot Fly had his hands badly frozen, and it is thought they will have to be amputated. The two Indians are both old offenders. King Chinook has held full sway In Cardston during the past few days and the snow has entirely disappear ed. Owing to the drain culverts being full of ice, the water lias flooded the streets in some portions of tho tow-n, causing much inconvenience to the residents. Town Council At the council meeting held this evening it was decided that the time was ripe lor the laying of a sewage lino to take care of the spring thaw and the excessive rains. Acting in conjunction with the school and tem pie boards, as these two new buildings will require sewage, the works and property committee was instructed to find out the cost of laying a line from 3rd street west through tho centre of town to the creek. The probable cost would be in the neighborhood of $8000 and would likely be financed througli local improvement debentures. The committee is also obtaining information from the gov ernment at Edmonton in regard to a septic system. Frank Jlay, who is opening up a coal mine on Lee's Creek, offered to purchase from the town the old stool tracks and truck used in the laying ot the gravity system. The offer la being considered. Acting in conjunction with the parent classes of the two wards, the council will inaugurate a town boau titying campaign, wherein the rest dents will be asked to plant trees on their property. Tho -works and property committee was authorized to investigate the best trees suitable for this climate, and where to obtain same. The license and polico committeD reported the local pool halls as refus Ing to pay the license imposed by the town, claiming that their tax to the provincial government at Eldmonton covered same. Thfl relief committee reported that George Lang, who had been discover, ed In his bachelor quarters on tho outskirts ot town with one ot his feet Jrozon, had been conveyed to the was improving nicely. Tho offer ot A. T. Scotter to com Many Recruits The battalion is promises plenty o� musical amusement now, for among the new recruits is A. T. Jackson, fireman, who has made a name for himself as tlio comedian o� Leth-bridgc. Ho was sworn in this morning. Following is the list: Charles Hogg, miner, Scot.; R. S. L. Maiv ahall, broncho bustor, Amer.; A. Bro\\Ti, farmer. Can.; W. Wilson, farmer, Amer.; F. M. Johnston, stenographer, Amer.; A. T. Stratton, merchant, Scot.; C. Gordon, cnEinr6Hi" . i.- , Mlgnon Overtui-e-Part 2 Victor Concert Oroh, "WM! . ^Vhen It's Orange-Blosaom Time in Loveland Peerless Quartet Poppy Time in.,Old Japan J, Reed-J� B". "Hajtrlflon  ' Beatrice Palrfax,'TeU lie Whiait'tbdo! 'Ada'Joiies AVhat's the Use ot Going Home Murray^JCa.uflnan I'TWl^. Red Seal Record 7' k .('1.1 < "i T K[ ti/ 17 ;