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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 191fi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRBK COLLAR TC90NE BROS  i_ I M I T fc- es . BIG BASKETBALL GAME ATT THUR. NIGHT Letlibridge Y. Jf. C. A. basketball toahi put In a hard practice last nlglit preparing for their tilt -with tlie Curd-Hton team tomorrow niglit. Team work I and Bliootlng bus beon Klvon spoclol nttontlon by the Ijojb and an .Improved c'unonstratlou or Bcientltic play ]iiH>* br. looked forward to by tho patrons o� baaketball at the 'Y.' A clpso contest is expected and nil ONPOi'ehts of highly scientific, clean amateur sport should make an effort to bo on Jiand. Tho gamo will com-menco at 0 o'clock, following the Ijowling match at the Dominion alleys lietweeii the Cardstoii -and Dominion rillcj' bowling teams. INSURE BRAVES FOR $500,000 KNIGHTS OF THE ROAl' N ACTION The ronrin' game is on again much to tire* surprise of a good many curl-.' era who thought the ice had gone. T�o sheets were In splendid Hhni;i! last night and both would have heoii used had it been possible to have Wv. good nijws published in tinle. As il was ton members had a scratch game on the one sheet. Tlio caretaker promises t(ftiavo all four sheets ready for tonight. Tho final gamo for the Sninmlt Lime Works trophy and four pairs of chickens presented Ijy ICrnle Oxland, will be lilaycd tonight hotween .T. K. Hamilton and IC. D. Johnson. The other sheets will bo open for members to limber up on. Skips will be notined it playing Friday night, and owing to the time being short games as posted will either bo pliiycd or defaulted. .;. .;. .;. ,;. .> .\. .j. .;. 12,000 SEATS FOR BIG BOUT Tex Rickarcl''Confcre With Ni Y. Boxing Commission Xew York, Keb. 2!).-Tex lUckard and others lionuoctod with the promo; it.i of the Coithcomin"g J-'rank Morun-Joss Wlllard bout here conferred today with the Now York state athletic commission and agreed to I'oiiiply with all the rules ci!' 1 u) commission. A mani-l.'iii of the tickets for the ORE OF LOYALTY OF AOSTRIAN-RUSSIANS IN ALBERTA (Continued FnoM Piiont 1'aok) for not declaring an "out and out moratorium." No man In Alberta had sultcred more from the war than .;. Jitniself. rcngland, after the war broke >'money was locked in Xew York i vaults. Ten dpllur cliampngTie s.up->' ijers are the order there. When tho Boston Management Will Be Protected Against Accidents Boston, Feb. 1!9.-The' Boston Xa-tionals were insured today for a total of $500,000 against accident of any nature, except such, as may occur on tho baseball fleld. The policy is a blanket agreement covering every member of the-team. It is understood that, in addition, several ot the more important players are insured individually against accident of any kind. A. 8. C. ENTRY LIST GREATEST Seven Hundred and Flfty-SIx Five-Men Teams to Compete Toledo, Ohio, li'eb. 2�.-With the record-breaking total ot 75G five-men teams entered- iti the annual tourney ot tho American Bowling Congress, which opens here Xfarch �!, olllcials liave-found it necessary to extend tho tournflmenl to March 28, three days longer than originally planned. WILL NOT CHANGE CODE New York, Feb. 29.-No radical changes will bo incorporated in the football code for 1�16, as the result of., the two contorences of the Inter-Collegiate football rules committee, which closed here today. The suggestion to make a mandatory rule re-qiiiring all players to wear numbers in each game was only easually discussed and no formal vote Avas taken on the proposition. RACE STILL CLOSE Ott^was are crowding the Cana-dlons for the leadership of the ^National Hockey asaoclatiofi: \X.\ L. D. F. A; Pts Canadiens . .11 '7 1 G7 �2 2^ Ottawa . . . .11 .ft 0 62 tt7 22 Wanderers , .10 ft -0 75 7ii 20 Quebec . . . . S f) 2 70 7i;' 18 Toronto .... C la 1 GO 7o l.'i ** *!* **'* *I* *�* ** *** ** ** ** *** ** *** ? HANS WAGNER ASSURED ? OF POSITION FOR LIFE > Philadelphia, Feb. 29.-Ho- ? uus Waguor was publicly ten- ? dered u life contract by Btir- ? ney J)reyf,uss, of the Pittsburg ? .^lub, at Ji ijanrinet given tho : shortstop by the Stovo Ijoaguo ? Jn celebration of his 12nd ? birthday. After the big Gor- ? roon had been told wliat an ? honor ho is to the prol'osslon. President Droj'fusN made s ? speech saying that tho Pitts-/� ff � burg �club has  a steady job  for Wagner after his playing ? days avo over. ? ? ? ? ? tan Fastest Stock Motorcycle ' on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN 1VI0T0RCYCUE Agent 407 Bth St. S. - Phone 1032 WELLS GIVEN LITTLE Columbus, Ohio, \rcro almost even T Feb. 2 ft .-Honors In the 12-round bout between .Matt Wells, Ughtweighl chiiniplon of ICngland, and .iohnny Urifliths, of Akron. Ohio, here tonight. Xeitlier had a decided advantage, but newspapermen gave drifTltbs a shade. ? ? ? ? ? jwar broke out the prospect in Al-match showB that i:i,000 have > berta was jioor and the lack of a been printed. Twelve thous- :; Dominion government spending thir- ? ? ** *� IRE GOOD SKATING AT". THE AUOITORIUM RINK teen million dollars in Alberta for seed grain this province would have been at least $260,000,000 i)oorer. The peaker also condemned the loan companies for oppressive tactics and (luoted sevorui instances of hardshi]), all of which could have been averted Ijy a 'nioratoriunj. Tlie good crop, bad saved the fanner, and tho attack is being made upon the cities. Men with ample security are being battered down because they haven't ready money. He mentioned the' Cre-dlt-Foncier and tbo Gi-eat West Permanent companies. Many are coming to tho conclusion tliat "it is no use and are leaving the country." The companies collect tho money merely to keep it in vaults. It is Skate while the skatlng's good- there'll soon come a time when you can't, and It's a long time between seasonc. The ice at tbo Auditorium was never in better shape, according to '^ell Itnown that eleven hundred mil-.Mttiiager Archie McCorvle. A good 'Ipns are locked up in vaults. Dr. attendance was on hand at the rink i ^1�^' "'"o orlHcized the banks, espec-last night for the revival of another i>a"y mentioning the Bank ot Com-perlod of skating, after a lapse ot a: which at one time imperilled couple of weeks. Pino ice is promised 'tf existence by heavy loans to Mac-again tonight and the band will be in i kenzie and Mann interests. attendance. Manager .McCorvje is de.slrous of having the two city ladies' hockey teams meet at the Auditorium again. HAMILTON STAYS IN LEAGUE Hamilton. Ifeb. 2!).-Tho Hamilton liascball directors this evening decided to. notify President Fitzgerald ot tho Canadian i^oague that the club / FIGHT POSTPONED New Orleans, Feb. 2!).-The twenty-round bout between Ted Lewis of England and Harry Stono ot New York for the welterweight champion- would keep its team In the league'"'I'iP. sehedulcd to take-place tonight at a local arena, was postponed until W'edneaday next on aecoiint ot rain. this year, i'^lnancial reports show that the club last year had been able to reduce its liabiUties by ?000. LEAFS FOR JERSEY CITY Toronto, Fob. 2i).-Manager Bii--mingham, of the Toronto baseball club, announced today that the Leafs would train this spring lit .lersey City. The club will report on April ;ird. The remedy for financial distress would bo legislation to get cheaper money for tho farmers who aro pay. ing too high a rate of interest. It I the government borrowed and loaned nt f) per cent, financial institutions "wo,uld not have the nerve to ask eight, nine and ten per cent." He also thought there should be a bank gtiaranteo by the province. puckowlnlan Member Mr. Sbandro tWhiiford) the only Russian Bukowinian in a Canadian assembly, spoke: next in excellent Bnglish and withoremarkable fluency. He claimed tha .;. ^ . JESS WILLARD RECALLED i^ -�-�> .� .;� .;. .;. .� she struggled and cried.. ^She some money in her hand at the time part of which she lost. � -. On reaching-her stopping place sTie was crying, but stated she did not tell of tho alleged attack .until later, and it was ten days or more before Chief Skelton and Probation Ofllcer Lamli were apprised of tho girl's story. Then they went with her to tho spot, where two ditoes and a five cent piece were found; In the cross examination counsel Hopes Women Will . Adopt This Habit : . AsWelhAs Men^ Glass of hot watei* each morning helps ub look and feel clean, sweet, fi;esh, Happy, bright, alert-vigorous and vivacious-a good clear skin; a nal- Agents for famous Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires The only tires to bo placed before the Automobile Club ot America for un official rollabillty tost. FORD REPAIR8.A SPEC-slALTY AUTOMOBILE LIVERY, DAY AND NIGHT Dodge brother^. MOTORCAR IMpeaksi for Itself for the accused attacked the veracity m-^i, rosy complexion and freedom of- her ovidenco on every point. It f^om niness are assured only by was endeavored to show that witness, clean, healthy blood. If only every while a waitress at tlie Arlington -jvoman ond likewise every man could hotel last spring, had riin loose with j-ealize tho wonders of tho mornlnk companions, that she had tried to Join inside bath, what a gratifying change the Khnki Girls who were playing the -jvould take place, Orpbeum during the early. fall, and instead of tbo thousands.ot sickly that hijr evidence on many points did anaemic-looking men, women and jnot coi-raspond with that,given at tho with pasty or muddy coraplo.s- I preliminary heaving.  � . - - - �  1 It was brought aut by the defence that tho girl had told her mother, Iwho was living with the girl's grandparents at Barr liill, of the alleged attaiok somo ton days after it wa^ .said to have occurred, but the mother ..apparently thought little ,of It for she ion's; instead of the multitudes of "norve wrecks" "run-downs," "brain fags" and pessimists wo should see a 'Ip. oDtimistIc, throng, ot rosy-' cheeked people, everywhere. An Inside bath is had by drinking each morning before breakfast, .glass ot real hot water with a teti' returned'to Ban-Hill the evening otlspoonfui of limestone phosphato In it Be Sure You See Thi� Car Befbre Ypu Make Your Final Choice. Xylite $1225.0(K^-  Letlibridge STANDARD GARAGE 3rd St. is., 2nd Block W. of Alexandra Hotel I tho same day without taking steps 1 to get action by tho police In the matter. I The case was adjourned at .5.30 un-\ til today, thu Jury remaining under police supervision during tho night. On the resumption of tho case ot He.\ vs Green in Supremo Court this morning, Uie girl was recalled to the stand and underwent another hour's gruelling at the hands of tho defouoo: In an effort to shake her testimony, ,It was brought out during the inorn-,ing that tho accused had inado a. [throat to his slatei'-ln-law that ho would write her mother complaining of her actions If she did. not bohavo, liiorself and quit running round lato at night. It was also endeavored to show that Probation > omoer Lamb had told her to keep off the streets. The girl's evldeuca vwas InoouBjBteat In Bomo points Buoh'as the amount ot money bhq. had in her hand the night: of. the Rttaok, the. .hour/?lio reacliqd to wash from the stomach, liver, klcj. neys and ten yai'ds of'bowels tlie prq- / ; vious day's IndigBstible waste, sour : ;? formoniations and poisons, thus r cleansing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimentary canal betorp .:� putting mQ.re food into the stomach. Those subject to alok headache, bll nuosphate at:the-drugstorq which will obst but'^a:-trlfle but-Is .i' suflioleut to demonstrate�..itUe.wlolc ', and remarkable change"lu-botU UeaUl> >' and appaaranoo av.'nltlug ithoso-wlio/, >' practice internal sanltatlot). We,muiy:', vomember that Inside � �cleanUnoBft.-:Is \ more important than outside, � \xi!\h^ -bowolB ao.~Aavems9p,ent^f^V ;