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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1!)16 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE 11 BEFORE YOU BUILD, REMODEL or even RE-PAPER YOUR HOUSE MINING & AGRICUL-TURAL SUPPLIES BARB WIRE HOQ FENCING HAY BALE TIES WELL CASING THRESHER BELTS BAR IRON IRON PIPE VALVES AND PIPE FITTINGS BOLTS, RIVETS, ETC. BELTING AND HOSE BOILER TUBES WOOD SPLIT PULLEYS WASTE AND MANILLA ROPE WIRE ROPE GARLOCK PACKINGS FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY TOOLS QASOLINE ENGINES STEAM PUMPS BOILERS PENBERTHY INJECTORS AND REPAIR PARTS Let us Show You the Beautiful Effects and Explain the advantages of using For Walls and Ceilings :: Never Cracks Makes the House Warm in Winter and Cool in Summer :: Easily and Quickly Put Up :: Send for Samples and Prices WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES DEAVER DOARD improve Pure Wood Fibre :: Wil any Building :: There are 41 Great Advantages of using Beaver Board on Old or New Walls Very Strong FOR SALE BY ALL LUMBER YARDS Or Direct From ALSO MINING AND AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES TELEPHONE 7 5 5 WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS LETHBRIDGE......ALBERTA Office and Warehouse 1245 2nd Avenue S. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES LIME BRICK AND TILE CEMENT NAILS PLASTER PLATE GLASS FIRE PLACES AND GRATES MORTAR STAIN SHINGLE STAIN ROOFING PITCH BUILDING PAPERS PREPARED ROOFINGS CONCRETE MACHINERY STRUCTURAL STEEL CORRUGATED IRON METALLIC SHINGLES AND. SIDING SEWER PIPE BEAVER BOARD HEAVY HARDWARE. TOM LONGBOAT, FAMOUS INDIAN lUNNEK IN I NIFOKM CANAOli BOXER MAKES A HI! ACROSS THE LIN Edmonton, Feb, 2S.-.rolinny O'Lea-1 ry seems to bo getting lots of matclios ; since lio went acros.H tlie border after ; meeting LouiB Scaler hero on New Year's Day, In a wire to the Rullo-tln Sporting Bditor last night from I'hlladoliihia, O'Leary sayi?: "I won my first fight here in I'hila-delphia last night, beating Solly Rums, who fa considered a great boxer here in tlio east. 1 beat him in every round and floored lilm tor the full count six different tin)es. 1 box either ,Ioe Azevedo or Vic Jloran, who clalmod a decision over Charley WHilto, in a few days. On St, Patrick's Day f box either Johnny Dundee or ,Tohnny Kllbano here at the National Club," ? ? ? ? MARY PICKFORD TO SEE THE BIG BOUT ,;.,> PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY ,\'ew York, Feb. 28.-Wlien the seat snlo for the Moran-Willard (Iglit opened, one of tlio llr.st to put in an order for seats was Alary Picktord, who intends to treat a number of ber friends to a box iiarty at tlie bout. A number of prominent golf professionals now in . thirf rMy engaged another box for the bout. GOULDING EN NEW LOW RE LED TO MARK Anniversary Second Ward Celebrated The celebrated marathon rminor at tlio SiHirtarauu .s lialUilion liuadquartPi-s, transfer from the Branlford Hatialion to the Sportsmen's Battalion nf Toronto, centre of the group. Longboat, it is said was refused Longboat will,be seen in the : : ? ? : : ? ? ? TAYLOR HEADS WESTERNERS Morris of Seattle Is the greatest goal-gottor of the Pacllic Coast hockey league, Taylor of Vancouver, however, according to the coast method of rating, Is the leader, by virtue of a greater number of assists. Here is the standing of tho toi)-notch players at the close of the league season: G, A. Pis Taylor, Vancouver .. .. 22 IS 115 -Morris Seattle .. ., ,. 2.1 !l 32 Tobin, l^ortland...... 20 S 2S Patrick, Victoria .. .. .. V.'. 1.! 26 Kerr, Victoria......,. 10 10 2G Cook, Vancouver...... IS I! 21 Oatman, Portland .. .. 11 10 21 Nichols, Seattle...... 11! 8 21 Walker, Seattle...... 18 (; 19 McKay, Vancouver ., .. 11! (! 19 H.iinderdale, Portland .. 14 4 IS Wilson, Seattle...... 11 5 IC Harris, Portland ...... 10 fi 16 New York, Teb. 28.-Amateur Athletic Union ofllcers are consitlerlng the question of whether George F. Goulding, of Toronto, should receive .special credit for hie feat in recently equalling his indoor mile walking record of fi minutes 28 seconds, made in this city under the International Athletic Federation rules. In this event Gouldiffffiequaiied his previous record made at Buffalo in 1911, although he walked close to eight yards further in Now York than he did at Uuffaio, owing to the difference in the syptom of track measurement. Tho case luis been tho subject of much discussion among track and Hold authorities, and the concensus of opinion among the experts is that since Goulding, under tho international system of track moasiireijient which now prevails, covered nearJy eight yards more than ho did in tho Uuffaio event, special mention should be given the performance, which is virtually a new record. THREE DIE OVER PLOT PACT Cardston. Feb. 28.-The liiird anniversary of tlio organization of tho Second Ward was celebrated on Friday by a banquet and fiance, in the Assembly hall, wliicli was beautifully decorated for tho occasion. The capacity of tho hail was taxed to tlie limit to accommodate the somo HOO guests wiio thronged tho rooms and danced to the splendid music of tho combined two orchestras. At the conclusion of tho banquet a musical program of merit was much enjoyed, which IncUulud songs, recitations and instrumental uumherR. M. A. Coombs was master of ceremonies. On Saturday, the following afternoon, the children of tho ward were entertained. In connection with tho concert by the Royal Welth Male Quartette, to be given on .Marcli lltb in the As-Bombly hall, several numbers will bo contributed by the Alberta Stako choir. The 'double attraction promises to be a great success. Tho ro-organlzation of the First Ward y.M.M.I.A. took place yesterday. Following are the officers for initi: President, Wm. Burt; 1st Councillor, Golden Woolf, 2nd Councillor, Gerald Brown. Jleotings are'held each Tuesday evening. lyessons-Conditions of Success. n m o u ) ^ rnmld I'iln 11 mcnt Xow Offered Free to Prove - -What It WIU' Uo (or Yon. ^ Pyratnia VM-T r eatmont-Ktvea quick re.-" lief, stops Itch-,. 1 n (J, blecdinp: or protrudlne: plies, hemorrhoids and all rectal troubles. In tho privacy of. your own home. 50c a box at nil JlruBglsts. A sinBln box often cures, rreo Nuniple for trini with booklet mailed freo In plain wrapper, it you ' send us coupon below. ? : : ? ? ? ? ? ? I' ? > ? ? MALONE LEADS EASTERNERS Joo Malone, of Quebec, leads as a goal getter In tho National Hockey League though he is pressed close by Cy Denenny of Toronto. Tho loading scorers stand as follows; Malono, Quebec ................ IS Denonny, Toronto .............. 17 rioberts, Wanderers ............ IC Smith, Quebec. ................. in NIghbor, Ottawa ............... H Lniondo, Cnnndiens............ 13 Hyland, Wanderers ............. 12 Keat�, Toronto ................ 12 Smith, Wanderors.............. 12 Cqr, Denonny, Toronto ......... 11 Pitro, Canadlons ............... 11 Darragh, Ottawa ............... 10 OlogUorn, Wanderers ........... 10 ANOTHER GREEK TO OPPOSE JACK TAYLOR AT SPOKANE Spokane, Feb.- 29.-Ous Korvaras, a giant Greek from San Francisco, is coming witli a rusli in response to an urgent call from the Greek colony of Spokane to redeem tho defeat of .lim Londos, tho speedy 185-pounder, who succumbed two falls witlxin a wrestling time of 41 minutes at the hands of brawny Jack Taylor at tho Auditorium theatre Thursday night. Kervaras weiglis 225 pounds stripped and is about an inch under six feet. He is In California now seelc-ing a match with Santel and iirlor to that ho competed in tho New York tournament with Cutler, Aberg, .^m-oricus, Hussans, CoUossus and others. Tho young ladies' gymnasium class which was Held at tho V. M. C. A. during the fall of last year will resume its regular class sessions tomorrow night at S o'clock. These classes have been well attended and have met a need in the lives of the young ladies of this city. .Many have secured much benefit from the regular and systematic exercises. This class will meet every Wednesday night at eight o'clock and tlie following rules will govern tho class: Prospective members can only visit the class with the consent~of the secretary. No visitors are allowed in tho swimming pool room. With the exception of the committee in charge, only members taking swimming privileges will be allowed in tho swimming pool room. Members are reciuested to take a shower bath before tho swim, and to tuvn off the water after .using. Special swimming lessons will be given Irom 7.30 to 9.00. The members /of tliose special classes will leavb the pool at 9 o'clock. No swimmer will be prohibited from using the pool at any time but must respect the wislies of the committee in charge so as to keep out of tlio way of non-swimmers. It is not desirable to take the swim before the gymnasium class. There is always the danger of a cliill. Nor should one remain in the water too long at a .time. Remember that too m.uch water is enervating. The regular gymnasium suit will ho white midd.v, dark blue bloomers, black stockings and black rubber shoes. Tho Information above was ghen to the Herald for publication by .Mr. .Tames Tliompson, general secretary and physical instructor of the Y. M. C. A. . Decatur, 11!., Feb. 2C.-William H. .N'orman and wife, Bertah Norman, committed suicide after Mrs. Emma Harris was fatally shot by Norman in his home today. Mrs. Harris, in . an ante-mortem statement, said the ishootin,? was a ros.ult of a plot be-jtween her and her friend, .Airs. Norman, to prove unfaithfulness on the part of the husband. According to 'Mrs. Han-is. Norman drew a revolver when they accused him and shot .Airs., Harris. Ho then turned the gun on himself. Mrs. Norman's father accused her of doing the shooting a few minutes later and in reply she picked up tho same revolver and sent a bullet through her brain. Owen Brown, manager of the Gaboon Hotel, left Saturday for a two week's visit in Idaho and T^tah. Ho was accompanied bj- his cousin, Nyle Brown,- who will probably locate In Weazer, Idaho. The engagement Is announced of Antris, daughter of Jlr. and Mrs. .�\dani Gedlainan, of Cardaton, to Mr. Brlgham Low, son of Mrs. Mary Low, Cardston, the marriage to take place early In March. CELEBRATED ENGLISH-AMERICAN NOVELIST DEAD London, Feb. 28.-Henry James, tlie novelist, died today. FREE SAMPLE COUPON FTRAMID DRUG CO^IPANT, 629 Pyramid Bide.. Marshall, Mich. Kindly sond mo a Preo sample ot PyrnmidPiloTrculmont, In plain wrapper. Narao ........................... Street ........................... City................ Stato........ PRESS GALLERY ORGANIZES ISdmonton, Feb. 27.-Following tho; offlclal opening ot the legislature on Thursday the newspapermen present held a meeting in their room adjoining tho press gallery and elected tho following ofllcers; President, Mr. Burgess, Edmonton B'ulletin; secretary., \\'. C. A. IMoffatt, Calgary News-Telegram; executive, Roy Kelly, Calgary Herald, T. AV. Quayie and A. M. Chap. ' man, special correspondents. Tho sec-: retary was authorized to notify the'. .speaker ot the house of the organiza-^ tion of tho association and to draw to his attention, several matteru of in.-tereat to the fraternity. SOLOIERS TEAM AT WINNIPEG LIFTS ALLAN ' TIZ" EASEfiJ TIRED, �ORE SWOLLEN FEET INSTANT RELIEF FOR SORE, SWOLLEN, TENDER, CAL-LjOUSEb FEET AND CORNS Why go limping around with aching, pul'fetl-up feel-feet so tired, chafed, sbro lind swollen you can hardly got your Hlioos on or off? AVliy don't you got a 2ri;cont box of "Tlz" from tho di'iUg store now and gladden your tortured feet? '� "Ti/." makes your feet glow witli comfort; takes down swellings and drawa tho sorenesfl and misery right ' out ot feet that chafe, sniart and iburii. "Tlz" instantly stops iialu in corns, (lallDuses ami bunions. '"I'iz" ia glor-jouH, for tirod, aolling, soro foot. No inoro shoo l.ig;htnesa-^uo more foot toi'luro.-Adyortiaouiout. 0 ? THE "BAD MAN" OF HOCKEY > �: ? : : > ? > ? �> ? : : > : ? : Hercv is a compliment the Vancouver Sun liands to i.v famous eastern professional hockey player: Who has got a solid coco? Bad Man Hall. Wlio is little less than loco? Bad Man Hall. , Who, to iiaraplirnse 1"). Runyan, lias a bleak and bllghtod bunion Whore should sit a bralnful onion? Bad Man Hall. Wlio distills a peck ot trouble? Bad Man Hall. Who Is diacontentmciU's double? Bad Man Hall. ' And who's favorite predeliclion Is con lined to malediction .And to framing foolish friction? . Bad Man Hall,  Wliou ho would he, quite a star is Bad i\lan Hall. . Pullet-pusher sun a par Is I Bad Man Hall. Ho can play tho game, h'golly, Wlion ho Isn't olT his trolley, Tlioii ho talks too much llko Polly, Bad Man Hall, 0l Winnipeg, I'"'eb. 2S.-After the moat thrilling and lieart-breaking hockey contest ever waged in Winnipeg, tlio Cist battalion hockey team won the .Vllan cup from the Monarch^ hero to-niglit by the majority of one goal, which was scored just ten seconds before tho call of time. The Mon-archs won the game 7 to G tonight, but lost on (he round 12 to 11. To tie tiio sooro with just two miautos to go and tlien see tho cup go flitting away on a long loose shot from tho side, was tho fate of the Monarchs, who have, protested a goal allowed by ^FGRTHE^ KIDNEYS Why They're Bought "I can certainly say the Gin Pills have done a lot of goocl for me. Some four years ago I could not walk up stairs, my feet and ankles were so swollen,,but T took three boxes of Gin Pills and the trouble has never returned. My mother, 82 years of age, is taking them and feels fine. MRS. J.n. SALSnURY, Camden East," GIN PILl^S are 500. a box, or fiboxes for $3.50 at all druggists, Sample .sent free if requeKted. jo Notional Drug & Chemical Co. of CanAda, Limited. Toronto. tho umpire which nobody seems to' know but the goal umpire whether it reached the net or not. | Dick Irviii starred for the Mon- i archs, while Bobby Jlorrison, iii goal, j and Alf. Jlorrlson, at rover, woro the pick of the soldiers. , Quality First DRAWS COLOR LINE New York, Feb. 2S.-The stato athletic commission announced today that it has decided not to rescind the rule prohibiting mixed bouts between white and negro boxers in this stato. Tlio vote was rtaken rit a meeting ot the commission yesterday. Several iognl authorities have advised tho chairman, F. A. AVenck, that the rule is iinconstitutional, but tho commissioners; were, convinced that a majority ot these having tho host interests of boxing in mind are opposed to mixed bo.uts. VANCOUVER BOXER TO MEET V/INNIPEG BOXER AT CAPITAL lidmouton, Feb, 28.-Billy McKen-zio, ot Winnipeg', who is to meet I Harry Anderson, tho Vancouver light-weight at tho H. A. A, C. arena in a ' ten-round bout nest' Saturday evening, arrived in town last night troni Saskatoon. All plans have been laid. We are ready to go ahead. The most important addition of the year has been made to the roster of Canadian b|g business. The Chalmers Motor Company of Canada. Limited has been incorporated under the laws of Canada for $1,000,000. That,means a Chalmers factory in Canada. It means Chalmers quality at Chalmers prices without excessive duty.- It means greatly multiplied Chalmers sales in the Dominion. It means big profits for Chalmers dealers who get in on the ground floor. There is a great field of choice sales territory now open. We are looking for partners in this business. If you sell motor cars or think you can sell motor cars, you will be interested ,in knowing what we have to offer. to A REMINDER "The old-fashioned boy used mind every word his father said." "Yes," replied tho rather cynical youth, "but you must remember that tlio old-fashioned boy had ono of tl;ioso tljcughttul, old-fashioned fathers." The Chalmers Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. Temporary Headquarters, 18 Bloor Street East, Tord'nto. BiSB 3779 49 ;