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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta JUIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910 THE LET im RIDGE 1) A I L y HKllAUU PAGE THREE PWYERS wilt RUSH [OMMS AloiitiPiU, Keli. 21.-Wliich will t)R �tile profn.sslomil hockey cluli to spiid till! Rri'iile.st, number of men to the front when this senior prcrfosHloniil hookey season, whicli is expected (o he the last season of hoel�ey till llir Miir la /inl.shnd, is l.lic ijitesUon now heinK asked seriously. The trenil of pnhllc opinion is beRin-niiiK to insist ihut men who can Ktanil the fatlKUC anil hurtipini; of professional hockey, proicssioual hase-hall anil professional laerossi-, wresl-linjr anil prize. liRhtin)!; have shown heyonil a iloubl that they are lit to i;o to llie front as regular .soliliers, whole professional jockeys ar,-> without iloiiht lltteil, if not for - tiie treiiclics. for the aviation seivioe. The mana;!;cinelit of tlie Canailian Hockey Club toilav annnuncis that it is prcpaieil to make a wagier that it will senil more players to the front as soon aS this hocKey season is over than any other professional lioekey team. LLARO 0 COIAIS ON AS lONESOAy ECISIO (By Jess Willard) i Xow that the dale, for my match �with Frank .Monin lias been shifted fiom March N to .March :ir., I will fur-niah a reason for my insistence upon the change. It may strike many as boliiK rather llnleky, but it is correct. .Marcii Sth falls upon Ash Wednesday, a day tliat Is lielii In great respect by the Chris-tian world. I have any number of friends who would not attend a bout under any consideration on that day. Uather than deprive thein of the opportunity oC sGelns the match, I held out for a postponement. or course, If .Air. KIckard and his partner, .Mr. .AlcCrackon, had Insisted upon my meeting Jloran on the orig-lual dato t would have done so. TlioiiRh 1 had a rather severe cold, I am Batisllcd that If It were absolutely nocessnry I could have got into condition. I believe that, even if n man docs follow bo.xing tor a l^ivellhood, there is no reason why lie sliould not respect the religious beliel's of his frienils. As jnany may now remember, my light with .lack .lohnson in Havana WHS to take place on Easter Sunday. The date was changed to the following Monday, thereby respecting the feelings of the folks of, Cuba. And, hellcvp. nie, V was Jnst aa delighted as they. HOT RACE FOR HONORS W. L. Q. l-\ A. Pts Cuuaiiions . .10 7 1 c:; r>n :;i Wanderers . .10 8 0 ":! 70 2ii Ottawa ... .10 ,S 0 5) Si! 20 Qiiehoc . . . . .S S 2 G7 71' 18 Toronto 1'J 1 �0 7.'! 11 The race continues close, and while an advantage of any account is not being conceded by the Canudlens, Wanderers or OUawas, the Canadiens have the Jump on their opponents, being a point in the lead and having a majority of their games yet to be Iilayed on their own ice. , mm GE WHAIISCOK 0IHEM I'klmoiiton, l''ch. 31.-Recent ilcvcl-opments at, the Kdmonton Amateur Athletic club which culniinatcil in the professional boxin}!; bout between Cioncy 'I'ait and UourIi House Hurns on Saturnay night, did not please the A.A.W. of Canada, with which the iO.A.A.U. was alliliiited, and yesterday the club was expelled from the union after a mail vote of the governors was taken by tlie secretary, Lcroy .1. Crown. .\icmbcrs of the K..\.A.C. registered with the (-nion as amateurs, and who participated on the same ' card wit}) I'.rofcssionals, are automatically expelled, aud this ruling nfftcts Clou-cy Tait, Shuil Itoherlson, Left lirun-ner, ITuiige and Hilly Wulf!. Forest J)ay had previously forfeited his amateur card for boxing afijainst .lohnny O'lyCary al .\lhabasca ahuiit six wfclis iiRo. Tounhie Ilardic jjm' Frank Stone, also members of the rO..\..\. C, forfeited their cards when they boxed a preliminary to the SCaler-0:Leary bout on January 1. .SM'retary t'lioivn sta1� that the club was asked upon several occasions to have all men participating in Ihcir rcgiihir amateur tournaments rej;istereri, as provided by the A.A. A.t'. coniitilutuon and in many instances this was done. Tlie effect of the cancellation of the M.X.A.C.'s alhliations with the Amateur Union means that any men taking!; part in any of the bouts under their auspices will lose their amateur standins!; and cannot be at;.iin registered with the l.'nioii. American Boxer is Held in Australia are'gdtt)h;3piWeakerevery riay, because tiny parttcleH of dust th.tt float througli the air gradijally choke the breathing tiibias and finally afTect the lungs. For this re.l.son ever)' man who work.s in the mine.s should take ,-i spoonful of Scott's Jilmulsion after meals, because it peculiarly benefits the breathing tract and soothes the irritated inijrn-branes, while il.s pure cod liver oil improves the blood, strcnijlhcn.s the throat and fortifies the hm;,'s. Scott's Emulsion is helping so many men sulTering from Miners' Asthmii that you should try it at once. It is Nature'.s strengthening food-tonic,free from harmful drugs. Your druggist has it. Always insist on the genuine Scott's F.mulsion. Scott & llowiie. Toronto, Onl. r.^=:r^:;=TT:---.^:r^^=r-i COMB SAGE TEA IN LIFELESS, GRAY HAIR Mips WITH ASTHMA CAROSTON SIILL SENDING UP RECRUIIS If Mixed with Sulphur it Darkens so Naturally Nobody can Tell. HELD ABERDEEN SCORELESS Boston, Fob. 24.-The Areiia hockey SGvou tonight held the Aberdeens of Ottawa without score, while tallying themselvea three times. ? I' {. .;. > .;. .;. .;. .; �> ,;. .j SWEDISH STRONG MAN IS STECHER'S LATEST VICTIM WAR TAX WILL NOT AFFECT SPORTING CLUBS They Have Nothing To Be Taken With Probable Exception of Racing 'nie new war tax scheme proposed by Sir Thomas White will not affect the sporting world to any extent. .Most of the syorts are a long way from iinylng any dividends ami all but perhaps hor.se racing are steady los- : ers. Haseball has for the na.st fev.- j years lieen decidedly a money loser i and pro. lacrosse has practically gone out of business entirely, so far as muldns uiouey \� concerned. The j)ro. ] hockey clubs are lucky to break oven, j and in .^uy oveni. their capitalization! is much too iiiodest to come under the notice of the taxraan. It looks-as though the racotraclw are the only possible sport to bo hit by the tax. and it is doubtful whether it will . reach them. I FILIPINO BOYS TRIUMPH IN BIG ATHLETIC CONTESTS Chicago, Feb. 2:;.-Filipino boys led all the youtbful athletes of the tar east and South .America in tlio cable and mail track meet of the -Aniatcar Athletic Federation, it was announced at heaiUiuarters today. Sonie of the marks niado in the Pliiiippiiies comes close to records made by American boys of the same age. In the iilgh jump, hoys of 18, the oldest competing, were credited with i'l feet 3 inches in the Philippines: 5 feet I inch in South America; 5 feet inch in India, and t fool 10 inches in China. Knockout Brown Ciiicago, Feb. 2).-George K. O. lirown; of Chicago, who gained glove fame by sticking twenty rounds^ with r.estor U'Arcy in Australia, cannot got out of that country at present. George left this country witliout a passport or citizenship papers. Ho is a citizen of this eouiUry, but has notliing with him in Australia to prove it. They know ho Is a Greek, of course, and won't let him leave until he iirod.uces his papers. Ho has sent to thitt city for his papers, and they probably will reach him within live or six days. Grandmother kept her iiair beautifully darkened, glos.sy and abundant with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whonevor her hair fell oui or took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful offecl. I!y asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's .Sage and Sulphur (.'ojnpound," yon will get a large bottlj of this old-time recipe, ready to use, for about ,50 crfnts. This simple mixtiu-e can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid tor t'landnUt', dry, jtchy scalp and falling hair. A well-known downtown druggist says everybody uses Wyeih's Sago and Sulphur, ibecause it darkens so naturally and evenly thai nobody can tell it has been applied-it's so easy to use, too. You simiily dampen a comb or soft brush and draw it tiirough your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning tlie gray hair disappears; after anot.hei- application or two, it is restored to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and abundant. ,r. D. Higlnbotham H Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbridse, Alta.- Advertisement. ^ AH! HOW "TIZ" HELPS TIRED, ACHING FEET WELSH TO BOX \iVOLGAST .Milwaukee, Felt. 24.-^For�cits were posted today by lightweight champion Freddy Welsh and Ad Wolgast for their ten-round boxing match to be belt} in Jlilwaukee Marcii (I. Tiio boxers are to weigh i:!5 pounds at o'clock on the day of the contest, according to the agreement. Instant Relief for Aching, Puffed-up I Calloused Feet and Corns You're footslck! Your feet feel tired, puffed up, cliafted, aching, sweaty aud they need "Tiz". "Tiz" makes feet remarkably fresh and sbrc-proof. "Tiz" takes the pain and burn right out of corns, callouses and bunions. "Tiz" is the grandest foot gladdener the world has ever known. Get a 2rj-cont box of "Tiz" at any irii^. tMore and end foot torture, for -.1 whole yer.r. Never bave tired, acli-�' twtvoy, smelly feef. your shoes will lit hue and you'll only wish you lra WILLARD IN TRAINING --  .\. Chicago, Fob, 24,-,Toss Wll-Ini'd. heavyweight champion, resumed training Ijo.day for his ? coming bout wlth^Frank Mor- ; an -March 25. Ills llrsl otl'orta K'onsistod of road \Vork, It was said hp would do no boxing iin- ? til, after his arrival at New York. 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Records (30 selee* tlons, your own choice) $80.00 Sold on Easy Payments, if Desired Other VIctrolas from $21 to $400 (on easy payments, if desired) at any "His Master's Voice" dealers In any town or city in Canada. Write for free copy of our 450 page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000 Victor Records.  BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONB CO. - LIMITED. 143 LENOIR STREET ~ MONTREAL . Dealers in Every Town and City One Price from Coast to Coast Victor Records-Made in Canada Look for "His Master's Voice" Trade Mark MASON & RISCH, Ltd. The Home of The Victrola Balmoral Block Fifth Street South So far the Germans by slieer weight of men and metal have succeeded in forcing the^ French left wing back tor tiiree miles at Samogue.ux, on the heights above tho Meuse and for a shorter distance on tho right at Or-nes, but they have mad^ little imprea-.slon on the centre. Tho Hue is bent, but far from being broken. Tlie nature of tho country between Beaumont and Samogneux lends itself more to attack than to defence, and the French command appears to have brought the line baolt chiefly to avoid u.seloss losses as well as to take up positions that are more easily defend-able. Assaults ended at the height of Herbe Bois and positions of Deux Jumelles. Between these latter points passes an important road which after skirting the heights of the Meuse, ,1oins tho main road from Btain to Damvlllers. The French defence, according to mllitai-y experts, has inllicted appalling 'losses on the Germans. Prisoners taken Thursday stated that whole regiments, have been wiped out. It is expected, however, that the Germans will return to the charge with renewed fury as they desire to get within reach ot the forts. They are now Avithin two miles of that of Do,uamont, within three miles ot that of Charuy, and about the same distance of Vaux and Tavannes. IE they should succeed In their purpose, which is thought in military circles to be improbable, it wquld be at a loss of life but of all proportion to the advantage gained. The text of the offlcial French statement follows : '"I'd the east ot Vaquois, we have launched fresh attacks on tlie enemy's works In the region of Forest Ohep-py. Intermittent artillery activity lias been carried on between Mallncourt and the loft bank of tho Hlouse. In the district to tho north ot Verd.un, tho caunohado haq diminished In vlb-lence and the enemy made no attack on our positions during tho night, We have established organized positions in the rear of Beaumont on , tl\e heights gtretcJilng to ,tlie east of Cliampnouville and to the south ot Ornes. The night was calm on the remainder of the front,". TOOK NO CHANCES London, Feb. 23.-The Danish^ steamer Bergenhus fi-om Copenhagen;^:' for Liverpool, which yesterday 'wai;;; reported taken Into Stettin by a Ger*;?; man armed trawler, has toeen Hberali^v ed and left Swlnemunde for Liveif-f-; pool, according to an Exchange Tele-";' graph company's dispatch'from Cop-. , enhagen. The cargo of , the  Bergenhus ^ya8.'. untouched,- adds the dlspatob, although the Germans m'gently needed the bulk ; or it. V. WREtbKED A TRAIN Tacoraa, Wash., Fob. 24.-A' Great. ^ Northern freight train loaded withi automobiles and war supplies for, shiimient to Russia was wrecked to-, day in the freight yards by half- li' dozen or more men said to be Jixis--' trians.) ;. .. : ; : . i : ; Mr. and Jlrs. Ewing and Miss Helen Miller ot Taber, were in tho citv yesterday to attend "The Birth ot-a Nation,' and were guests of' Capt. and Mrs. Leech.' NO APPETITE-LITTLE SLEEP Symptoms of a Run-Down Condition, We have a Remedy . We ask every weak, run-down person in Lethbridge. to try our VInol, with the understanding that their money will bo returned It It does not re-establish their health. Letters like the following give us confidence: "I am in tho millinery business and on my feet most of the tinie. I got so weak and run-down, that t lost ray appetite and was unable to sleep, had a severe chronic cold, and lost my color. I learned about Vinol through a friend, and within three weeks after taking It I noticed an Improvement, and soon regained In weight, health, aud strength. I am recommending' Vinol to my friends and thoy also speak highly of It." Catherine Hoav, West Chester, N. Y. In hundreds of oases where old-fashioned cod liver oU and emulsions have failed to restore strength aud| health Vinol has succeeded, becauao.! while It contains all the cui-fttivos thoy doi Its good work 1$: itot > I'o*: torded by useless grease ancl'oUiJ^i U Higlnbotham & Co, Ltd,, drugglata,' Lethbrldgo, Alberta,-AdYortlsGiuent,' ^ ^ f 52 ;