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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1916 r H E L E T H B RID G E DAILY HERALD PAGE THRBK WILLARD GIVES A EART-TO-HEART TALK IN GOTH Says Fortune Has Not; Ueally Changed Him-Nothing up Sleeve in the Fiprhl With Moran POL AGl BUSY m mm AT BY JESS WILLARD Heavy Weight Champion of the World Now York, Mnr. 1.-Ah far iia I oaii juUgn tlvo princlpnl roaHoii for UiIh Htory Ik Id lot tlio folka know iliiil, I nm feollng pretty well, and .secoiuDy, that I am not so heavy as Komo oC my (Jhlcago friends Imvo Uopt InformluK tho world. As J.o rIvo tlio inside inrpr-matlon on wliothor I am KOing to oOn-qui!r Krank Morali (lulekly. TU lull you the actual truth. I don't know. It iunuses me, In a way, to hoc the way a srowd will turn out to welconio II champion. Also It makes mo fopi dooply Krntificd to notice that when a man accomplishes a liltio moro than his follow man ho ret'eivcs duo credit. rorliapH thoro wore many folks who gathered aroimd tho Grand Central Htation this morning lo see what sort of an individual .Jns.s Wlllard %vaB. My wish is that they put mo down as I feel t am-a rcKUlnr American, with no swelled l/oad and kindly toellngs toward ever/oody. Soft for Joes Now . You must jxsniomhor that it was not many months ago that I resided in this Ki'oat city and you can take my word that tho world was not runnhig as uraootUly tlieii as now. ft was a case of stick and hustlo and many times tho outlook WIS dark and gloomy. The .Tohnsou light came along and the situation changed. Now, when I come back hero to stay a few weeks I want to .lay one thing: Uoing a champion won't mako me forget those hard times and tho thoughts will keep me right down on cartli. DdHng the past few weeks I must have been a source of annoyance to any person who-took the slightest Interest in my bout with Moran. Tlioy must have read those conllicting stories of my illness witli disgust. And probably started to givo mo a genuine panning. I want to say rlglit now that Jess Wlllard was a pretty sick individual in Ciilcago. it was not ttie grlppo that bothered me, but a case of neuralgia. Thoro is one thing about that ailment-when Jt gets a good hold you're gono. Vou may bo the gamest man in tho world, but when tho streaks of fire slioot up and down your face lite Is just a nulsanoo. It it could be got rid ot in a short while it wouldn't matter. But' the'annoyance, stuck liko gluo and it had mo right. Thank heavens it has left me and now I feel fine. All I want to say about neuralgia is that I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. Meets a Million-Air No sooner had 1 reached here than 1 ran up against Tex Rlckard and tho funny part of it was that I didn't recognize him. I was going to pass by when Tom Jones called my attention lo him. I was delighted to shake hands with a man that will tako such a daring chance us to spend $100,000 to stage a 10-round bout. And ho looked such u mild individual. All 1 hope is that ho makes as much as I do out of the show, for ho Is entitled to a lot of money for lils gamoness. From wliat 1 hoar Rlckard and IVIcCracken are bound to got a nice Utile return on their iuvostnieuta. There is one particular thing about this bout and that is tho $47,500 1 am going to receive. "j^hat, you will admit, is a lot of money and though I am the one that Is going to get it, I will agree right now that it Is some coin; Still, when you consider that this Is the frenzied age, I suppose its nothing out ot tho ordinary. You know Charlie Chaplin Is going to got $500,000 per annum which makes mo look like a piker. Boxing Is now regulated on a business basis liko everything else. One is compelled to make tUa most ot opportunity aud earn every dollar possible. And ospoclally la my case when I have tour kiddies growing up who.will need every udvantago to light thoir way through tho world. Now, getting down to, tho flgli-i It-Bolf, I want to say right here that I am i'onlly In the dark us far aa planning the battle is concerned. All I' know is that I, am in real trnlning and will keep It up until 1 feel I nm in proper shape, At present 1 Up tho beam around 258 pounds. When I-enter the ring I expect to weigh around 24B pounds. MONARCHS TO PROTEST Winnipeg, Mur.'l-Tho game between thotilst Battalion and tho Men-urchs which won the Allan Cup for the Clat is to be protested by the Mou-archs, It was said by Fred Marplos, lor that team today. It is claliued that the ilrsl goal slvon tho Gist was not mado In reality, that the' puck struck tho post antl never entered the not. It this goal sliouhl be ruled out the teams will bo lied in the two games ot tlie series ten to ten. ? : ? ? ? Luiiil, Campbell, Murray and Kaiio. ? Tho locals are well primed ? for the encounter and liave ? perfected their play to an e.x- ? tent calculated to lower the > colors ot tho Invaders. A fast ? game is assured. ? A preliminary match will be played between two basket- mmmm. lei sflscflBETS" nm LIVER m GOtifELS DON'T STAY HEADACHY, CONST!-PATED; sick, with BREATH BAD 'AND STOMACH SOUR I PAYS TO BE IN Ii\ each of the first two periods, Clilef .Mofl'att of the Wostniount police, stepped into tlio goal judge's box at tho south end ot the rink and virtually rend the riot ac'. Mo warned the ulayers that the lighting must be stopped or his men would go on tho ice and make nrrosts. Canadiens won tho game 7 to 3. will start at n. ? : : ; : : ? : : : : ? CURLING A few scratch games made up the program at tho curling rink last nighl. The llnal of the Summit was Get a lOcent *ox now. You men and wonu'u who can't get fe.-.'lliig right-who havn hoBdarho, coated tongue, bad lasio and foul I breath, dizziness, cant f=loep, arc bii-{lous, nervous and upsot. bothered Willi a sick, gassy, (lisDnlt-rod stomach, or have a bad cokl. Are you keeping your bowols clean with Cascarots, or nicn.'ly forcing a i;assageway everj- I'w days with salts, cathartic pill;-, or castor oil? C'ascnrots work while ynu sleep; cleanse the stoinacli, remove the , .sour, rindlgosted, forni^'nling food 'f land foul gases! take tlic excess bile I from tile liver and iirry out of the *t* I.system all the conslipated waste mat-1 tor and poison In the bowels, A Cascaret tonight will .strai.!;hlen you out by morning-a 10-conl ' o;: from any drug store will keep your sloinacli sweet, liver .tikI bowels regular, and head rli>ar for months, ilon't forget the chlUlreu. They love Cascarrts 'because lliey taste good- never gripe or sicken,-Advertisement. WANDERERS EASY VICTIMS Quebec, March 1.-Quebecs had lit-jpostponed tiii tonight.' The gainos tie dltTiculty toniglit in defeating tho Montrenl Wanderers by a fi-2 score. Only tho brilliant work of Undsay in goal saved Wanderers from being snowed under nltog(!ther, Qur.bec played in better form than in any of their recent games at homo. Dillon, tlie pugilist, says a prayer betoro he enters tho ring, but 'tis said ho )cu\ns out that part whore tho other cheek Is turned after a swat. Yott may be deceived some day by an imitation oJ H BU4 Mayor Hardie Shows How City Can Save Money by Being In Touch With Buyers and possibly you will not detect this imitation until the tea-pot reveals it. Demand always the 4enuine "Salada" in the sealed aluminum packet, and see-that you get it, if you want that unique flavour o� Sresh, clean leaves properly prepared and packed. from now on must be played or defaulted. Tonight's games: Final Summit-K. D. Johnson vs .1. | F. Hamilton. ' Ellison-M. Freeman vs J. P. Harris; 11. U. Oavldson vs J. .\larnoch; Jas. Aird VB Hugh Scott. Friday night's games-J. S. Kirk-ham vs N. n. Peat; K. D. Johnson vs D. D. .McNabb; Dr. W. M. .Marrs vs S. J. Shepherd; inspector Chaney vs D. A. Simpson. �� �* **. NOTED LIGHTWEIGHT .f. BOXER VERY SICK .;. .;. .;. ' notes that they ottered tor the 6 per cent, live year treasury notes, and according to the bond tables this was good business as far as could be judged at Lethbrldge. Tho r, per cent, five year notes run on a 7'i%'basis and the same equivalent according to mathematical calculations would be S% for the 0 per cent, three year treasury notes. This would have been accepted ,as good businefss by the council ili Lethbrldge without the possibility of adverse criticism. However, tho mayor being In Toronto at the time, got busy for a better price and finally wound up with 9G.3,"j instead of 94.5, which on price was a saving of ?1,S50 and $2250 for three years' Interest charges on a $100,000 six per cent, three year treasury note. I think the alcove proves very conclusively that It Is always advisable for those in authority to bo as closely in touch with tho bond market as possible, and the only way Is lo visit the centres frequently. Tho bond buyer does not wait on the information for his side SIGN AN INFIELDER Chicago, Mar. 1.-Tho Chicago Americans have signed Joe Fautsch, ot Hibbing. Minn,, an infloldor. Fautsch w(is Oil the pay roll of tho Dubuc club last year but refused to report and in 1014 plnyod with '^iuona. WIEN'S SUFFRAGE b (CoN'TINUJiD VrMU FliOXT PaGE) RECIPE TO (LEAK A PIMPLY SKIN Pimples are Impurities Seeking an Outlet Through Skin Pores Pimples, sores nnd boIlM usually result from toxins, poisons and Impurities which an- generated in the bowels and which are absorbed in tho blood through ttie very ducts which should absorb only nourishment lo sustain tho body. It h'. the function ot the kidneys to fi-oni tlip blood and cast them out in Ihe form of urine but . i;i;.i.y inhthiicps the bowels create v.ore toxins and impurities than the ;itliieys can eliminate, then the blood i.^cs the akin pores as the next best :ncanB of getting rid of these Impuri-;e.'! which often break out all over lio skin In the form of pimples � . t . '!> oinifes of Jod Salt.=i and take a tablespoontui in a of hot water each morning before breakfast for ono week. This will prevent the form r :s in the bowels. It also stimulates the kidneys to normal ac tivily, thus coaxing them to filter the blood of impurities and clearing the skin of pimples. Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless and is mado from tho acid of grapes nnd lemon juice, combined with lithla. Here you have a pleasant, effervescent drink which usually makes pirn pies dissappeaf; cleanses the blood and is excellent for tho kidneys as well. J. D. Hisinbotham & Co., Ltd., Druggists. Letlibridge, Alberta. Adv. RST CiAOli 10 VICIOl 1 J Pte. Jackson, of Edmonton, Performed Daring Feat-Also , Inherits a Fortune ICLEOOIOHOLD AIl-OAYS'Fl brought lo him; lie goes out or sends out competent men regularly lo "size up" the situation so that he at all times has llrst hand information. So should cities." Yours truly, W. D. L. HAUDIE, Mayor. -Macleod, March 1.-The meeting of the Macleod agricultural society held at the town hall on Monday last, Feb. 28, was largely attended. The following ofllcers were elected: Patrons, Hon. Duncan Marshall, R. Patterson, M.P.P., and Judge McNeil: hon. presidents, Mayor D. J. Grier and George Pearson: president, Hugh .Mcintosh; first vice-president, H. G. Hurleburt; second vice-president. J. Horner: directors, W. C. Bryan, Hugh Bell, H. W. Bright, .M. Bailey, W. A. Day, Trenholme Dickson, W. Damon, J. L. Fawcett, J. E. Gardiner, J. A. Hewson, H. Maunsoll, E. J. Muldoon, A. R. McFadden, R. B. McNabb, J. R. McLean, T. Orr, T. Purdy, J. Pals-ley, J. Petrie, A. T. Leather, H. Long, J. Storey and M. Stewart. It was resolved to hold two days' fair In Macleod on or about August Srd and 4th. H. Mcintosh was elected as delegate to attend the -fairs convention to be held in Edmonton this week and on his return a meeting of the directors would be called to receive his report on same. The society now has one of, the largest ,and best board of directors than It being has over had, and it Is hoped It will Calgary. .March 1.-Pte. Jackson, D company, 31st battalion, Calgary, Is the first nativG-born Canadian to win the Victoria Cross In this world war and the first man to win the coyeted' distinction in the second Canadian contingent. To inherit $50,000 from a relative! and to win the V. C, tho greatest of, all military decorations within one' month,. does not fall to many Canadians at the front. This is the information received from a brother sold; ler in the 31st. He doesn't say much about the inheritance tor money is not; considered in the ranks, hut he has something to say about the way tha, boy won the cross. "It happened this way," writes the soldier, who is well known in Calgary and was at one lime on the staff of  the Albertan. "During a bombardment, one afternoon, an aerial torpedo tell" at his feet without exploding. On thie Itistant, Jackson plucked out the fusS," burning his hands very badly, ahil then threw tho 'sausage' over the parapet. It doesn't sound very much to read'about, does It? He saved the-lives of three or four men and most recklessly exposed himself. "A few days after on a visit of.. Bonar Law to the front, who was .accompanied by Major General Turner, ahd others, a demonstration was held In honor ot Jackson, tho battalion h0- . Ing In rest camp, were turned cut to . abt as escort." Jackson was born In Montreal. He Is about 24 years ot age. He enlisted in Edmonton on the formation of the 31 St. ,"Ho Is not a reserved young mao by any means, has unbounded confidence in his prowess and his ahillt;y -and now states that ho will swim the channel, which may occur when the war Is over. "All along the Canadian front he Is regarded as a hero and the members of the 31st are justly pro.ud ot their, comrade." TRANSPORTING HORSES ' Stockholm, via London, March 1.- Three German Bteamers have arrived at Malmo and will begin transporting 10,000 horses to Germany. TO ABOLISH GRANT London, March 1.-One of tho econ. omios in the coming budget is the aholishmont of tho government's grant in aid of the Pacific cable, which last year amounted to �23,873. now be able to put Itself on a good financial basis. LOOKING AHEAD Sydney, N. S. W., via London, Mar.: 1.-The New South Wales government has approved a comprehensive scheme tor settling returned soldlera on the laud. Steps hnvo been taken to survey  sultablo crown lands, and proposals have hecu mado to' make advances lo each settler up to �500 for improvemenl.s and the purchase of Block and farming implements. DOTHISFIRST-YOU! You know, and every physician knows, that when any sickness lias passed, whether throat trouble, ' organic disturbances, contagious diseases, or even a severe cold, a relapse . is feared, because sickness robs the system of Nature's resistance and leaves it subject to lingering germs. . Drugs never build up a worn-out body-only food can do that, and the first thing to take after any sickness is the concentrated, blood-making oil- , food in Scott's Emulsion, which feeds � the tissues, benefits the blood and , strengthens both lungs and throat. . " Physicians prescribe Scott's Emul- ; sionaftersickness. Nurses everywhere advocate it. Scott's is pure medicinal . food, without injurious drugs. Scott Sl Downe. 'roroiilo. Out. 1J-2J COLLAR 3 lor 25 o'eutt CI,Uli'ri'. I'EAUODY &C0. Iiiu. MONTaiSAt. Boston, March 1.-Tho,Bos- ? lOJi American league hasebdU ? LONGBOAT IN THE RING Two celebrated characters In tho ? club announced today that all ? sporting world clashed at the Galoty :� American and National ioagiio ? theatre, Toronto, a few nights ago, : clubs liad waived claim to For- � . � .;. .;. .> .}. .;. .}. .j. �; dian marathoner and Tommy Daly, ; trainer of tho Toronto ball club, i>nd I' St. Mlchiiel'B hockey club, and former ; battler, met In tho aquarod arena, < The bout was declared a draw, ^ . NEW.W,AR.LOAN ..-Amsterdam, via Ijoridon.Miiroh !;� The fourth German war loan will bo nia^hS"'''""" ' - Scene frOm-'ThoEternnl.aty" at Slarlaiul tonight and balance Of Ihe wpe�;'" . C$A ;