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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1910 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE DOCTOR TELLS JESS TO GO TO BED heavyweight champion suffers relapse-may not be able to. keep postponed date! Willard Will Have to be in Pink of Condition When He Meets Moran . (Jhiiago, Kcl). 21.-Jess Willaril Wii.s I orileml to IsPil l>y his pliysiciuiis in-j iliviKinn and the: _ �girls were captained by Mi., Mllway. i f� t^PfJ^J'^^f,' .'i'^^^ ^i^' Crowds turned out at over, and Miss Hazel Hlhbard led the In-I V-c^T'"*/"',^^^^^ the whole length of the trip :dian Head girls' team. 1 the jo^'rtSs" w^it^'^f i,/"^^^^^ to Medicine Hat. Desp out at every depot from Despite the hours, Taber, Grassy Minneapolis, Fob. .,.-Tho eighth ; j^^^;,-, [^j^^^^^^'.^^^ch interest by /ESS WILLARD The world's champion pugilist, Jess Willard, is hors do combat. The giant cowboy has beeii stricken with a severe attack of grippe. This will delay lilm In his training for his teu-rouud bout with I'^ank Moran at New .York, March 25 and another postponement of the affair will be necessary if Willard does not recover quickly.- The champion cannot afford to take chances-on his condition., Ho will have to be In pink shape to assimilate the punishing blows bl! the terrific hitting Moran. v ON'S YACHT AN AUim CRUISER TENDER TO CUP CHALLENGER NOW GUARDING THE NORTH SEA AGAINST SUBMARINES. New York, Feb. 21..-Sir 'Vhomt^s Lipton's steami yacht, the Eriu, which has often been seen in American waters as a tender to Sir Thomas' challengers for the America Cup; I is now an au.\i!i.iry cruiser in the j liritish navy attached to the fleet I that is guarding the North Sea against subniarines. This information was contained in a letter received here from Sir Thomas, in which the yacht.sinan stated that he is recovering from a long illness and intends soon to lea\e I-lnglaiul for the .United .States and Canada. WILL BE WATCHED WITH GREAT INTEREST  Arizona Organization to Raid Pacific Coast League for Players Loa Augoles, Fob .21.-After an-no.uncing his intenildn of carrying uway several-players from the OaU-land and Sun'Prnnclsoo clubs of tho ..PaolHb Coast' league, Charlie Arbo-gast of the Arizona Cowpunohers' Joague, lel't for Said, FronolHco tonight. Arbogast "saitl '.he was going: to ne-gotla,ie- 'With Jdvry 'liowns, San' Francisco seisbnd-an'ckGr, He said he hnd ttli'eady talked to Rube.Gardner, Oakland .TjtUH:r,p.layer, luid. Art Guest, Os^kian'd Bhortstop. .'I can olter ^ood i)layers a good salary o'C $2{>0 a nipnth (or playing ball, attd' an additional $150 a month lor working In the'mine at Ilayden." With tlUa statement Arbogast Is creating conatoi'natloii among Puclflc Coast Iflttguo managers. WOULD CHANGEi BOXING SCALES Welter Moved to 144j Feather to 123 Pounds, by Now York Commission >rcw York, Feb. 21.--Uoxlng rules and regulatlona .'jinnqunced today by tlie Now'York Btat'ii iVtWetIc conimis-Blon i provide for a new ticulo of weights, A^tentlou In alno glvon to tho (luestlpnoC a guarantee for bos' ers, the 'up, Burning, Calloused Feet, and Corns People who are forced to stand.on. their feet all day know what sore, tender, sweaty,. burning ' feet mean. They use "Tiz" and "Tiz" cures their feet right up. It keeps teet in per- ; feet condition."Tiz" is the only remedy In the world that draws out' all the poisonous exudations which imtf up tlie feet .and cause- tender, sore, tired, acliiug feet. It instantly stops the pain in corns, callouses and bunions. It's simply gllorlous. Ah! how comfortable your feet feel after using "Tiz." You'll never limp,., or draw up your face, in pain. Youi*'-shoes won't tighten and hurt, your^.' feet. . ,.,r Get a 25-cent bos of ,"Tlz'* ,now from any druggist. Just think! a whole year's foot comfort for': only, "t'l 2p cents.-Advertiseent. ,. ' " I J was mentioned in the secretary's re-"',;* port and it will probably be the most important matter coming before tho convention for discussion, gs all oth-er matters seem to -be running in a very smooth and agreeable manner, p International board member, A, 5?! Reese, also made his report, which; ivj* dealt mostly with international and' organizing matters. Three new locals ,. had been organiiied In the Drumhellcif 'district during the year. He referred -'v to the late convention at Indianapo-"i,t: lis and made quotations from the ad-' dresses of President White and Sec- ,1 retary Green before that body. ? ill Feb. 29th is Red Cross Day Merchants are giving a percentage of their Sales, . .See that th^y Do a Big Day's Business .. .  C..? ;