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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24- 1915 THE LETHT?RIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Toronto Gamblers Failed in Attempt to Fix Hockey Games Montreal, Feb. 23.-The latest scn-Ba-tion in National Hockey Association circles is a Charge tliat several prominent men in Toronto, with a lil training are aow hedging;. Connie Mack Says He Has No Reason to Believe Slugging Third Baseman Will Retire MOTOR SPEEDWAY ON ROOF OF A Montreal, Feb. 24.-It sounds Iik� n Arabian Nights' adventure up to date to tell of - automobiles speeding along the top of a four-storey building, yet that is just what scores of visitors at the recent Montreal motor show saw, A trial track or speedway was located on the roof of the show building, and it was an inno+�-tion the maaagepaent was able to offer the public because of the fact that �tie show was held in the Montreal branch building ol the ,Pord Motor company of Canada, Limited. The Ford bulldil�e was turned over entirely to the exhibitors, and lent itself admirably to the purposes of a motor, sliow. The tirack on the roof is of ooncwsto, and was used for outdoor demonstrations. When a visitor icxpiessed a desire to experience the riding qualities of a oar and to see Ibbe machine in operation, car, visitor and chauffeur were whisketl to the root in a specially constructed lift. fPhe prospect was then given a ride around the aerial concrete track and was able to siee a, cdinplete test and demonstration. Tnis feature was certainly unique for a motor show. The Montreal Ford branch is also an assembling plant; to which the separate parts are shipped from the factory at Ford, Ontario, to be put together after their arrival. Henco the concrete^ ixack was built on top for �testing out the "assembled oars. WILLARD KICKS OVER TRACES El Paso, Tex., Feb. 33.-Jess 'WBlard, heavyweight fighter, had a tiff with his manager in a hotel lobby here today, and tbereafter announced would do no more training until Jack Johnson should appear at Ju-arei, for the fight scheduled for March 6, and now indefinitely postponed . because of Johnson's non-arrival. Willard said he feared he might become stale. ?  > ???? ture of E. W. Grove on box. 25c. Natives of the Andaman iBlan^.s , show respect for the, memory oi il^-ceased relatives by preserving their tBOth and wearmg them as neokla^^Ss ^ A loop ot wire to surround^tlie^^heel,' attached to which are, Jstaaps .i;to'' PMS over-the foot, ,hasr beei^alieni;-.'' cd lor holding overslioes'.securely. Jt ?36315 64 ;