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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1016 T H E L E T H B RID G 1? DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE iCORO OFlMilGH IIILE SINCEOAYS OF OHN L. lUiAA'i: MOMENEGIUXS FKHIT OX AGAINST BIC; ODDS. N'itz.simi�oiis, 1! rounds, Nov. ,'1, tSilfl-Al Coney Islaiiil, N. ^^, .James .leririe.s svon from 'roiu Sluiriii'V, clu.lleiua'r, 20 ronuds. .May '11, IStOtl-At Coney Island, \. v., .la.mes .Jeffries ktioelied uui .lim t'orliett, eliallent;er, ronmls. .Itily U.'i, lllO;]-\i San l''raneiseo, Cal., .lames .Jewries knoe!;ed out Hob l''it:',slniiiions, eluillr'i!j;er, eli;ht. rounds. Au.nust 1;!, lilo:;-Al San Fraueis-{�(I, Cal., .lames .lefiries kuoelied our .Mm Corbett, eluiilent;er, U) rounds, I .VUftusl 'Jli, IIIO-I-At Sail l''ranei: | fo, Cal., .fumes .lelTries knoeked oi , .,)aek >lonroe, eballeui^er, two round; .inly Ilbiri-lames .lellries, |nv ' viously bavinij aniiouneed Ins reliri j nienl, oHieialed as referee at l{e�o, \ev., and deidared Marvin TTni ebampion, when llie latter kuooKr (inl .laek Hoot, \'i rounds. ' !'"et)rinire .\t Los .\ne;eles, Cal '(�(iinmy iiiirns won from Marvin liar' i 2b rounds. {  Mily I, i!bl7-At C(ilma, Cal., Toll mv Hums knocked out Hill Siiuire' one round. Dee. -Ztj, ]i)08-\t Sydney, .\ustr; � lia. ,laek .Ipimson won fri'in 'I'omm linrns, M.iiyiinds rielolier It*., iniin-At Colma, Cal,. .lack .Inlinsoii knoeked ont Stanley Kelehcl. i'J rounds. .Jnly 1, Win-.Vt Tieno, Nev., .lack .hdinson kjiocked out .James .Jeliries, l.'f roiind.s. .July I, 1012-At Las Vegas, X. M., .lack .Toliiison won from .)ini Klvnn, nine rounds. .lune 27, I!)M-I'aris, f.-ianee, .Jack .lohnsfMi won from Frank Mor-an, 2n rounds. April a, iUl-j-At Havana, Cuba, .less Willard knoeked out .Jack .lobn-son, '211 roimd.s. BURNS WILL RE-ENTER RING tommy intends to challenge winner AO 10 SIE N AT HOCKEY 1 b (Htaua, Fell. 211.-I'oliee inler',':'-eiice necessary to, curb roU(;,h \.ork in the OItawa-Torcuito j'.anie a! the arena last, night. Ottawa w.,, Uy a score of ;> to 2, llotli u-ams were bailh' haltered. 'I'lie 'I'uruntos wen-1 the a;;.e,ressors, lull after one or I',Vii , of Ihe ehainpjons bad been hurt, the' local player,^ retaliateil at ''V.;ry ; I lurn. Al. one lime in the I'lrsl |ieriOd I I �the peiiallies (lew so thicic and fast' I tliat the supply of snbslitutes were; ] exhausted, and tiiey pUi\ed for tlireej I miimtes with four iuen each. ' ; ' Ottawa li'd bv :) to 1 al the end of' the second period. 'I'lie second was ! .scoreless. ' Wanderers Now Lead r ,\lonireal, Feb. 2e.-Fresh from a i ghost of past hovers w.-'i'k of rest, anil greatly strengthen-! en by the .srrviees uim nelil Satiiiilay was a holdout, i Waniii'iiTs worked their wav to the! iron'l in liie ,Satinnal Hockey association race Ihrougii a decisive victiuy IHE GREAT "Frult-a-tlves" Gleans, Purities, Enriches Fruit juice ifl Nature's own remedy. "FUUIT-A-TIVKS," i/ie famous fruit medicine, keeps Ihrj blood puro and rich bncauso it keeps the wholo system free of impurities. "Fruit-a-tivcs" iiit/iroves the Skin j4ciion, Anahles tlKi.stpnmch to,digest food properly ; makes llie bowels move regularly; and relieves the strain on the Kidneys. By its cleaniniT, bealinp powers on the eliminating organs, "F'ruit-a-tives" rids tho system of all waste matter and thus iii'iurfs apiue blood supply. 50o. a box, 0 for ixa, trial size 2(5c. At b', iup.rcb'd to the rear. �\*ot,c ibc diffu nil nature of tbe ground in the Taraboseb Mountains where the Montenegrins made a gallant det'eiici' of Scutari. Says We Must Keep Feet Dry, Avoid Exposure and Eat Less Meat I ; ^;^^^;^^!;^Slev over baseball at butte TOMMY BURNS Tommy Hums ihrentens to enter tlie ring again. If be beats a second-rater, or two bo liilcndH eliollengiiig the winner of tlie WlUard-.Moran light. W'e have a picture of Tommy being ( Caiiadiens Saturday night. Wanderers won ;i to 1. Maker scored two of tlic ihree seals. I,indsa.\- of llie Wanderers gave a .-ipectacnlai' rs'hibi-tion of goal-keeping tluit has perhaps never been e(|UaIled in a iueal mateli. Hell iif the Wanderers given ids second me.teli foul of ihe season, entailing a line id ^l.'i. for ivtlaekinij, McXaniara of tbe Canailiens' defence witb liis lists. Keieree llarVey I'ul-ford had a spectator named tiender-.son arrested, on a charge of disorderly Conduct, for abusing him. ENTRANCE OF NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE HAMPERED BY SOME BACK DEBTS MATCH WESTERGAARD-SANTELL GOOD ROADS W. MUIR EDWARDS, Professor of Civil and Municipal Engineering. Aims to Challenge Winner of Willard- Moran Bout ' Now^ Orleojia, Feb. 20.-'rommy lUirns. fonner heavy weight ehaiiip'ion, wlio retired a few years ago,, in a statement issued here, aunoiinced that ho inteiidod In re-enter the ring and will .start training at once. Burns said be would seek matches willi tome of tiie lesser lights in the heavyweight class and if Huccessl'ul will Sehalleuge tbe wdnner of the coming \\'illard-Moran contest. introduced al tbe big light, ehalleiig-Ing tile winner, and Llien-roars of laughter. Tommy recently elcanea up on "Porky'' l-'lynn in"a street scrap, following tiie Flynn-Fiilton go, which Hums lefereed. Hurhs gave tlio decision to Fulton. This little notorious side-issue is prifliably what inspires tbe former heavyweight champion with the idea tliat be is stilla factor to be reckoned with in the roped arena. This picture of Tommy was taken wlien lie was in his prime. He is bog fat now and lias a like a full moon and otherwise hears evidence oil soft living. Willard or "Moran could probahlv trim him witli one handji lied. Will Take Frank Gotch's Place on February 22 Spokane. Feb. 20.-.less NVester-gaard left last nighl for San Francisco, where be will nieel Ad Sautell February 22, 1111 ing an engagement that was scheduled for Frank Goteh. (lotcb bud been granted a !0-day iiost-poiiement. Westergaard has been in Spokane lor a week since his match with ,/ack Taylor at tlio Auditorium theatre, which he lost in two straiglit falls. I'.uile, .MoiiL, t'cb. 21),-The comniit-lei- in charge of having HuLle in the Northwestern iiaseball lea,gue received a format demand tor ,$2]on yester-da.v from an attorney wlio said he represented tlio ball idayin-s unpaid by those that controlled tlie Butte territory in the Union association two year,s ago. Tlie iiniiaid salaries, It is Isaid, is the "teciinicality" tlial prevented tlie committee and Joo Mc-Ulnnlty of Taconia from coming to an ingreoment on the managership of the ; team this year. It Is expected that | borliood is linanciallv out ot the ques-despile tlio positive attitude of local �� '  - supporters of the baseball team nut 10 pay balances of salaries for which SECOND ARTICLE In the fust article in tliis scries the general principles governing tlic economics of roadway construction and maintenance were dealt witli and a elassillcation based on tlie nature of tiie Irahic was made of main high-wa>s, liranch highways and country roads. It,is with the latter that it is proposed to deal iu the present article. , . In dealing with country roads as classilied above it might be well to point out that the use of material other than that found in the neigh- Stay off the damp ground, avoid exposure, keep feet dry, eat less n.eut. " ilrink lots of water and H;bove all fake a spoonful of salts occasionally to keen down uric acid. Rreumatism i/i caused by 'joi'ionons , toxin, called .uric acid, wliicli ia g'jito- . rated in llie bowels and absorbed ir.lo I tliP blood. It is the function of the � ! kidneys to filler ibis ai'id from Uie , hlood and it out in the urine. Tlie ' pores of tho skin are also a means of tjie blood of this impurity. In, clay soils so prevalent in the province this type of work is of uncstion- ireoihg able utility. In sand roads it V.'ould | damp chlliyr cold weather "the skin'  he distinctly harmful since' a sand i jyoreg-are closed thus forcing the kid-� ,' road is llie one exception to the gen-; i-.oys to do double, work, they become.' eral rule regarding ' Tbei weak and sluggish and fail to eliinin- retenlion of tlie moisture is the feature to be aimed at in the operation of such a road. Initial construction and drainage are so closely connected that a discussion of one must include the other. Without therefore devoting any further space to the first two essentials in road building we might con-! sider the third which applies more' ato ibis uric acid v.bieb keeps accumulating and circulating through the. system, ev^entually settlin.g in tho � joints and muscles causing stiffness, � s'oi'euess and pain called rbeumallBm.. At the first twinge of rheumatism get from any pharmacy about four ounces ot Jad Salts; put a tablespoon-ful in a glass ot water and drink be-roro breakfast each morning lor u' ; weak. This is said to eliminate uric. i^J^ ^^^.^ i :. li-3. :Mur-ray and Man meet Tuesday for the title. rVciiieduct, June 24 to July Empire July 12 to .Inly 29; Helmont I'nrk, August 2s to September 0. MACKENZIE WON FIGHT : Enormous Expense for Willard-Moran Bout Tiie following table shows tiic enormous expeiiiie necessary to condudt the Ion-round-bout: bolwoen Jess Willard and Frank Moran, In New York; Willavd's share,...... $l7,noo .Moran'H 'shnvo' . .�..... 22,500 'ttenl and cost of arena ],"),000 ���'StAto tax ..�......... 7,."i00 > KxponscH (printing, odl-ccH, advertising, coal , to ifocuro signatures, . > etc.) ...,........... t.-|,00(i , ; � Total .-. ,�.........$l(l7,n00 ? ,*Tbia lax Is based on gate > roeoipts' of $100,000, showing that it the light (joes not draw Ibis amount tlibproinoters suf-toi'a llnanclal loss,  .;. .;. .;. >,.,..,.;, .;. .;. taylor to meet londos .lack I.ondos is billOd to meet .lack Taylor in Siiokano some time tills week In a handicap wrestling match, Taylor will attempt to throw Lopdos twice in an hour. Loiidos weight! t,sod to T ;,ter if allowed to re-^'''''T' � T] , , "It;; and proportioning ot culverts Surface drainage is accomplished by; n,ight very well hi dealt with, crowning the road. Hie s ope from � space permits only a retcrence to tbe centre to the sides should bo, ^j,p matter varied to suit the material used. ( ' ' From i-inch to 1-inch of fall per foot] Grading Earth Road of road width measured from the cen-! Grading an earth road can be-done tre will give satis actcry results, t for less than $150.00 per mile, main-loo Mat a crown temls to poor diatn-. tonance including dragging might he, whilst too steep a side slope 1 placed at $15.00 per mile per year.-mav rut the roadway and also will, jt jg quite possible that additional encourage t^mduotraHic on the centre, cxpensis may be fotmri to be justified portion. This "tracking" ot vehicles i, surfacing country roads with a jti-means increased wear at one spot ,,ieious mixture ot sand and clay, and is a frequent source of destiuc- discussion of this might be left tioii to the roadbed. ., I to be considered in dealing with more Having shed the water to � the side i expenses may be found to beiustifled of the roadway,, it is equally import-i hil^hwav construction and will be mil: llml. n rrnn (rm>in��1c l,o ti^'irln 'fr,v , . , , . ........ - ant that arrangements be made for tbe satisfactory progress ot this water in the roadside ilitches. Although the slope of tliesc ditches may bo fairly jilt the, water should flow to " so be carried liborhood ot �-the article ot Telegiaphic advices indicate that . _ the money guarantees for the bght- a deliniw outlull and S( rrs arp up in tiie Willard-Morau away from: the neighbor bout : No � one has beard aiiythiiig roadway. -It might sesm ciuite unne-j r"oad oTthe "thinl amrp'osstblv''"ot"lhe iibouta guarantee tliat tlie public ^ ce.ssarv to emphasize such, an obvious i ggeo^d class with a moderate initial will get its money s worth. matter as an outlet for the sidoi anj, ,,,;,,tenance charec. Considering dealt with in the third this series. Referring to the classification ot roads made in the first article it might be pointed out in conclusion that in most sections of the province it is possible to obtain a country 1 ditches hut strange to say this tea-not a bibiture is totally neglected" in many .'Villi Frank Moran is , . - -...... afraid. Ho says he doesn't care how , pieces of road work. Due to the soak- j.^,^^, u^oaauiL- ii, .m big or small the litleholder is. Ho .i,ge of vviitor from tlicso hlind ditch-i seasons tor slow and for the greater has mapped out course which, ac- es into tho_ body o the_ roadbed bad; portion of the time for all type? of and maintenance charge. Considering the many months ot lino weather With which we are blessed in Alberta a I road ot this class, passable at all cording to him, will cause a transfer, spc.ts are developed which Mast long in the owjier'ship of the championship j into dry periods, belt. Froii'i reports gleaned by glancing over the newspapers from various sections of the country it would appear thiit boxing is on the upward tilt. Tho grand'Old game of swat is Just now dnjoying ir period of healthy pros-pierit^;,- � ilf, ,Iei*s Willard knocUs out Frank Xlor'alv attor a few rounds and with ijjofO' or less ease, bo there will be no Inlk of a lucky blow, tlie iiiiblU" \ylll'ht< satlsllDd mid will not ask tiiu lijeseni; ehamplon tollglit again, ,less I.eanthDn rotiro to llio cow range, the CBbaret or circus, as iio ploasaH, for there will bo Uu ouo olso to flsht. Subsoil Drainage .Subsoil drainage is often necessary where the road runs across low wet ground. If the surface of the subsoil water can lie lowered a Inn foundation tor the roadbed may be obtained. Drainage.of this typo is usually quite expensive and in many cases niay ho classed wit-h bridges nr.d other permanent provinolal undortaliings, .\notli'or tyi'e of subsoil drainage is tliat oi the roadbed itself. Tile drains are placed on one or both sides of tlia roailwftV at a depth of 3J to 3 font below the. surface. The moisture in tlie roadbed i.s drawn oh,, tlius increasing its bPaciiig power and less-oiling Uu) eft'ecl of trost ixMon, lii tho trallic, is, in most cases, all that is required. Having been successful in olitaining these we might then consider the necessity of and it advisable undertake a more expensive type of conslruction for the main lines of communicationi  " " - ' s; 0.-H. A.-,RESU;.X$/ -r--,;-^ . Toronto, Feb. 20.-"Thei-.jatfiateijr hockey results: ' ' ' 0. H. A. Senior . � Frontenacs 5; Queen's University 2. O. H, A. Intermie'dlato ' Wlurton 3; Port ColhorueL Belleville 11; 93rd bnttallou 3. Midland 8; 76th buttullou 2. Westou 5; Brampton 0, Glenwood News Glunwood, Feb. 18. - The infant baby, ol G. L. Stringhani djed this' morning. It was only a ^veek old. A jolly crowd gathered at the school house on Monday evening and participated in a valentine dance. The Chinook has had the efiect ot making all tbe farmers start to get ready for spring. James Layton has .announced ins Intention of putting, in a stock ot groceries and common necessities m his store building in Glenwood. The building has bcen-idlo, now tor about-a year and a half, since Mr. Savage vvent.x'iit, ot tho grocery business. It;, will be a credit to our litllb town to once more have a store and havo these vacant buildings in use. german assurances " only applied; to- - ' . � unarmed vessels ;!; Washington, Fob. 18.-Gorupany'S'- ,J} to tho latest request of the,i tfnlted States for assurances thatr^ssj subraarlno warfare will ho conducted' 4. [ in ; accordunco with eatabllshod'pi'lu-- ^; ciples of international law, Is expects i! G,d licre to he a flat statement that' "f i assurances previously given In thojt ^ Lusltaula and Arabic oases had tol, ? do only with unarmed vessels, ; an4i * ; that the Gorman government must feeV. / certain that Us BubumrinoB who ,^Ya^ra^� a merchant ship will not bo attacked,. Furthermore, the Berlin foreign oltioo' probably will ask tlio United States  tor It^ definition of defensive anni",v meut. / ,, ' FIVE KILLED IN,A,C0LL)8,|Q.N';0Nj . THE NORTHERN PACIFIC-'. '? '.Spokane' Feb. 20.-Five .peraonsi 4 wei'e killed and six injureflr thV&e.SertruJ.; iQUBly, when Northern ,Paolfloi)jft8tL,i- �^'i ger train No. 2,;known as,t\te'';Norlh ' f Coast^Wmlte'd,' easlbotind, .rorii^Uoa into the rear end;q?i;'NQVtUevn,.g,aoIllo^ BuvUn'gton No; 42,''oaRt))Oun"tlr!ati?,BgutU,f Cheney, ."Washington, 'IT' niUsB lf�"OBij'|| Spokane; ^^^^^ v;1 A$B 5397 ;