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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 191 ({ THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and (N^fAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. '107 Sth 3t. S. - Phone 1032 $30,000 OFFEREO FOR ACK N BAD IN ENGLAND  'I* 'V *^ ,J, .J, ^ ^ 0 GET OUT OF WIRY; IRE-ROUGH SIOFF Buttle (.'reck, 'Mich., I'-c^b. :;(;,- .loBcpli Steelier defeated Paul Murlln-�yn 111 strnliflit falls In ii wn'siling 3iiutcU hero last iiiKlit. Tlio time of llie first fall was ".i'lO and the secoiul '.(.in. ilarliiisou protesliMl Hw. si-cond I'all, and Steelier ptnmul liliii to the �iiiat again In two ininutcH, At ilio toncluBlon of the lioiit, Geo. Mlack, a local i>romotor, offorori $30,0ni) for ii jnatcli between Steelier and franlc Gotcli for the world's cliampionHliip. Ulack (ieclurod Hattli- Creek eapltal-Ists had jironiliii;d to furnlsli the purao. : : ? ? > ? : : : : : NEW THREE-CUSHION BILLIARD CHAMPION J'liilaUelpllia, Feb. Clias. EJlis, of I'lttsliurg, won the three cushion hllllaid ehain-pioiiship of the world here lo-iilKlit by defeatiiis Alfredo de Oro, the title holder, liiu to IL'H. The matcli wa.s pla.ved in three WockB of 5U points each, beginning Wednesday. AVbeii play started tonight Do Oro was leading 10(1 to S!). : London, Feb. 27.-The Weekly Dispatch says that Jack Johnaon, the former heavy weight champion pugil-l.st, lia.M lieen onicrat) to leave Knglanrl and will sail for South America on .Mnrch Xo reason has been given "out fo;-the negro's banlHlunent, but it might be correctly aRSuined that he has been acting with his accustomed indiscretion. Says He Is Going to Fight London, Keb. 2.S,-.lack Johnson, negro forniiM- heavyweight champion pngilist who. according to the Weekly nisiiatch is to be sent om of Hiigland as an nndeslralile. said that he is leaving Kiigland to light Sain Lung-ford or Sain .McVev. "f hope It will bo r^angford,'' said .Johnson. "I've accepted Richard Cra-gin's syndicate offer of $.^0,00(1 including picture rights, to light in South Aiiiericii. I shall meet Cragin today to settle details." .lohnson will leave Kngiaud ne.xt 'I-'riday for lltienos Ayres, according to the Weekly dispatch, .lohnson was unable to obtain passports for America. At His Old Game .lohnson has been interviewed by agents of the white slave trailic department of Scotland Vard. .lie wa.s the authorities. Although iiy' charge informed thai complaints had been received concerning liis conduct, .loliiison's wife has been appearing at -N'ortliainpton this week in revue. She liae been seen out with a number of young women. Johnson's conduct toward several of these women reached the ears of has been preferred, says tiie dispatch, his presence in lOiiglaud is considered iindeslroble, Joliiisoii, lollowing the interview with Scntlund Yard agents, talk much aboul "persecution'' ot negroes by Jealous whiles. �^ : LEADING GIANTS SOUTH ? : : : ? : ? : : ? : ? : : > : : A Five-Cent Breakfast in five minutes 1 What a boon tQ the busy''housekeeper I Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits, heated in the oven to restore crispness and served with hot milk, make a complete, perfect meal, supplying all the strength needed for a half-day's work at a cost of four or five cents. The richest man in America can buy nothing better. Contains more real nutriment than meat or eggs and is more easily digested. Made in Canada. CHRISTIE MATHEWSON .\'ew York, l-'eb. Tlie ilrst contingent of the New York National league baseball dub left today for the training canip of the Giants at Mariip, Texas, where the spring practice will begin .Monday. There were about a dozen men In the squad, headed by Christie .Mathewson, the veteran pitcher. : : .> .;..;..;. ,j. ? NEW EDINBURGHS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP ? ? : ? > : ? : > : :� : : : : Ottawa, I'^eb. 2f,.-New Kdin-biirgbs won tho cliamiilonshi!) of the t'lty Mocliey I/eugiio liere last night, defeating the Aberdeens :i to 2, and thus cinching 11 with eight strHlghi wins. Tiiey will leave ne.vt week for exhibition matches at Boston, Cleveland and I'itls-biirg, after which they will lilay the .Uontrenl city cbani-plon.fWor the .\rt lloss l!up. GARDSTON TEAM ASKETBALL 'LAY HERE TOMORROW IS RED CROSS DAY We are Donating a Percentage | of our Sales to Red Cross Fund Wc want, overy man to conio to our slt)i't> tomorr0 Vancouver......!l ' li 7.1 (iS Seattle......., !) ii ii8 fit! Victoria ........ 7-! '102 Portland Cleans Up Vancouver, Feb. 2i).-Seattle lost to Portland by a score of five to two tonight in Portland in the final game of the Paoillc Coast Hockey association's season. Vancouver and Seattle remain tied for second place in the standings. WILLABD WEIGHS 27214 New York, Feb. 2G.-.less Wlllard, world's heavyweight champion, was examined by a physician for tile New-York state athletic commission today and prono.unced In perfect physical condition. Fully dressed he tipped the scales at 272i.L> poniids. Wlllanl said that his clothes weighed 10 lbs. He expects to train down to 2;iS. BREAKS INDOOR VAULT RECORD Kansas City, .Mo., Fob. 2t;.-The world's indoor polo vault record for a boarti lloor was broken by F. W. Floyd of the HisHouri Athletic association of St. Louis, in the annual indoor meet of the Kansas City'Athletic club here tonight, according to the announcement of otllcials ot the meet. Floyd topped tlie bar at 12 feet, SVi inches. DEMAREST MUCH ALIVE Chicago, Feb. 2r),-Calvin S. Demar-e.st, billiardlat, wlioso death at tlic state hospital for*the insane at fflgin, 111., was reported on Wednesday night, is aliviV and improving In health, according to ofllcials of the asylum today. They said they did not understand how the report of his death arose. NO BASEBALL FOR ABERDEEN Aberdeen, Wash., Feb. 26.-Aberdeen baseball fans today dlscontin-ufed their efforts to bring Nortiiwest-nrn league baseball here this season following a conterenco with Hoquiani business men. The Hotiuiam men expressed little enthusiasm tor basebtill and no liberal donations from that city could be secured. I WILL PAY RACERS $21,800 Kalamazoo, iMlch., Feb. 20.-Right early closing purses totalling ?21,S00 in value were announced today for the grand circuit meeting here .luly 31 to August ."1, ISntries I'or tiiese events will close March 27th. The purse for each will be divided .'lU, 25, 15 and 10 per cent. t'liccTv LeIow the articles yon need and come toour store tojnorrow. >surj^s oyekcoa'is itats c;a.i>s siiijirs HUSPENDEIJS riEs HANDKERCtllEES NIGHT ROBES INDEKWEAK HOSIERY PYJAMAS (ILOYES COLLARS SliOES KEELj 5th St. S. E.\L'Iiisive Agency (w '*Eashioii C!i'al'l" Clothing. ENGLISH ATHLETE KILLED Londoli, Feb. 2G.-Annouucoment was made that Lieut. R. K'. .\tkinson, well known athlete of lingland, was killed in action February 20. Lieut. Atkinson was a Cambridge university runner. LEWIS STOPS TRENDALL St, Louis, Feb. 2G.-Ted Lewis, tlio Englisli liglilweight. knocked out Harry Trendall of St, Louis in the seventh round ot an eight-round contest here. London, Fob, 2C.-The following are tho results of the Kijgllsh I'ootbftl! games played'today on tho grounds of tho ilrst nanied clubs; London Combination Clapton Orient l;' Tho Arsenal 1. lllllwaii Athletic 1; Fulham 7. Ilottenham Hotspur 7; Uutou Town �1, ; Lancashire Section Hlackpuol 4; llochdale 0. Everton 0; Liverpool 1, Manchester City S; North lind 0, Southport 5; Muucheuler Uuitod 0. Stqlvf 2; Uurnloy 2. . Midland Section Grlinsby Tqwii 2; lluU City S. � Northern Union Kuncohi 2; St, Helen's H, 17. Senforil 7; Wigan C. Hull' U'. Htttloy :i.   � BrpuBliton 3'; Hullfttx 0, ^ IVIANDOT-MITCHELL BOUT OFF New Orleans, Feb. 2G.-The proposed 20-round fight between Joe -Mandot ot New Orleans and Rilcliio Mitchell ot Milwaukee, to have been held here Ufarch 3, was called off today on account of an injury Mandot received while training. �: ? : : : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? :. ? : ot. ? N. H, A. RESULTS : ,;. .;. .;. .;. .j. .;, .;. ,j, .j. .j. ,j. CANADiENS BEAT QUEBEC Montreal, I'-'eb. 27.-Another stren-uo.us overtime struggle was put up between Canadians and Quebecs on Saturday night, in the N. H. A. fixture here. The contest, the last for this season in which the two clubs will line up against each other, was won by Canadiens 4 to S. The Ca-nadiens rertain Ilrst position still in the league. OTTAWAS LOSE TO TORONTOS Toronto, l^eb. 27.-The Torontos played all around the Ottawas in Saturday night's contest here, and v;on by tile one-sided score of fl to 2. Tho result gives Ottawa's championship asidratlons a jolt. : ? ? ? ; ? ? : ? ? ? ? ^ : O. H. A, RESULTS ? '> ? .;. .;. .;. Toronto, Feb. 27.-Week-end O, M. A. res.ults were as follows: 0. H, A. Senior Argonauts :i; Uiversldea ii. Group - Queen's University 18; Brockville :!. Intermediate Third Hound-Sarnie 11; Port Col-borne 5. Belleville -1; Oahawa 1. Northern League-Senior Second Round-Wiarton 7; Chosley 4. Hamilton K. M. C, 5; I51mlra Ii. Group-Woodstock S; IngersoU 4, OVER.WORKED MAN Bank Cashier Almost a Wreck-How He Regained Strength. LethbrUlga people will .-renllzo that this is one more link in the wonderful chafu of evidence proving that Vinol, our aellclous cod liver and iron tonio has no et|,ual to create sU-ongtli. .Mr. Chtis, A. Ogle, Monrovia, Jld,, says: "For many years I was a school teacher, thou for three years was Deputy Clerk in Frederick County, Mil., and for tJte last tlireo years I havo boan casliier of tho Mrst National Hank. My nerves got in such a bad condition, and with poor assimilation of food, I was fast hocomlng a jiliysl-cnl and menial wreck. Seeing an advertisement for Vliiol I purcUused a liottle, and found It to be exactly what I needed. It has not only bone-llted my nerves, hiit biiilt nio ttp bo(h mentally and physically, and I want to rooomiuend it to ahyouo s.ufterlns UB I did." Try a bottle oi; Vinol witli Uie uu-deratanUlng that your money will ho roturnea it it does not help you, J. D. Hlglnbothann and Co., Druggists, tothbrlde*, 'Alberta f Victor Records! for March A !is( of (itiieriiT liiliii.u' iiicTo-(lles, hdlli Nocal and iiisi nuneii* l.'il-iiicliuiiiiii' all llie, latest; ciirreiil suceesses. You never Ilea I'fl h( SIOPPEO WELSH PiClG AN EASY �Appleton, Wis., Feb. 2e.-rThG 'W^gj' .oonsiu slate boxing comralsBlon'toaajp:! refused to sanction the Freddie WelaJivi F.ovil Hunger io-round boxing oontesftv scheduled, lieve 'roi\ JIai'dh|ifl,' olalmi:' 1'ng that';Murig6r'B "claBS"' lis a 'boxorj,.)! IB iiot of aufllclent calibre to warraiiv.i a. -matou with tho llgUtwelglit * ohaij^^*' ploii. An Bftort -vyill bo made': tp;8f" ouvo another opponent forWjBlBb, \? 71 2 54 40 53745705?6 ;