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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 191 fi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREK b ^LIGHTWEIGHT COLLAPI I BROWNING JESS WiLLARO HAS LEARiO A Tl RIWO FROM HIS HAVAi M o- 5AME SHAPE STRIPED* MADRAS C WHITE SOX E STRONG TEl IN TRAINING, HE' SHOWS MUCH OF JOHNSON'S STYLE OF FIGHTING-HOW HE IS GETTING EQUIPPED NTOSPORTSIN'S NITRECRUIIGIL Toronlo, March 3.-Tlur recruit lug rcUiniH oC Uie Sportsmen'm hiiUaltou ns Issued ollldally frpni llu' hoadqiinr-tnr.s at tlio Armories, Iidiu h'cljriuiry 14 to 2S, onioiintluK to -1111 incii- :ui,4 a (lay. Of tlioau 22;! CmiadinnH, \M KimMish, :)4 Scotcli iiiid 21 IriKli and 10 oIlifM- uatlcsnalllleK. I'Ik; total HlreiiKlli ol' the battalion is now 747 atlcHtc^d and uniformed. 'I'lie battalion started recruitinp-February 2nd. i They will probably, train at Ibe Island where aililctio meelH w!v(>ii by the battalion inombors will b(! in voKue. Chicago, March 3.-ManaKer How-land will have one of the greatest collections of stars ever signed by any hall cluh. A majority of basel):ill j)!lota would welcome the; chance to lead such an aggregation. Rowland had practically the same team last year, but failed to win the American boague pennant and his every iiiovc will bo watched very closely during the 191G race. Uowlaud will have eiglit iiitieldcrs to All .four positions. Of course several of the jobs are cinched now, as Eddio Collins and Weaver, at least, are sure ol! their jobs. Fournlor, the heavy hitting first Backer, may be shifted to the outfield if Jack Ness who broke the world's record for con-aecutivo'hitiing, come.s through. .Toe Jackson, Norao beibold, Fddle Muri)hy, Joim Collins, and Happy Fclseh are tlic outfielders. Rowland may have some trouble in selecting his regulars, for his surplus fly-idnis-ers would tit in nicely on several other major league clulis. The catching staff, witli Hay Sclialk playing the loading role, is strong whllo the pitchers, of which there are eleven, ahoulfl be able to hold their own against tlie best of the American league. \ HANS WAGNER IS 42 Si TRAINING STUNTS \Villar-One tliree-minute wrestling matcii witli Ynssif Hussane. Act. R-.iesK lays on tloor and does exercise (le.-;igued to stren,'!tli-m\ ills titoniacli (three minutes.) Act 7-Siiarring partners tlirow ]2-i)ouiui medicine ball at Wilhirrt's stomach (tlir(fe minutos.) Act .S-Willard exe/iites some thrilling back evendses (three minutes.) Y. ivi. C. A. BOYS REHEARSE "THE UPPER TRAIL" I.; . t nigiit the members of liie boys' division of tlie "V" liail tiielr lirst rehearsal of the IJiay ""i'iie Tpper'Trail," 'IVne llrst act, wlilch shows tiie ha|)-penings In a l)oys' game room of a Y. .M, (', A. were read througii by the hoys, and each boy I'ountl the part that siiltiibie for liiiii. Till! next re-liearsal will be held on .Monday nigiil at In tlie "V" auditorium. I'CANABIAN LEAGUE READY HER SEASON A IB ERE CIN G KHAKI BOYS E ALLAN Winnipeg. .March I!.-Manitoba's Allan Cup defenders, as decided by last niglK's game tit the Auditorium, will be lie- Cist Battalion h()(di(iiis two goals I down. van, v.itii head(iuarters at Leilihridge, He will open an up-to-llir'niiiiiite garage adjoining tlie Wiiiliiey li\ei-y stabler, .",rd avenue, wliere the Ciievrolet will lie on disiilay. The Cb(!Vrole( is known here liy its reputation, mostly. Tlieri! are few In this iiart of (lie country. It is a car that combines cheapness and "class" j and is rapid!:.- hemming popular all over the coin incut, Tlie car is an American iiiveiilion but recently a Canadian brancii of tlie linn was opened in Oshawa, (Jnt, and the car Is thereby mark it was pointed out today that the amateur delegation would have to depend largely for its representation upon Charles (Chick) Evans, Jr., or Francis Ouimet, if the latter player is then still In the amateur rank. LATEST MODEL STUDEBAKERS J. T. Graham, local agent for the Studebaker automobiles, is open for business now on Sixtli Street, opposite the Herald oflice. He has on display two ISlfi latest model cars, which ho win be pleased to show anybody. afternoon. ing and feinting methods that John-I son seemed to have copyrighted. 1 "Did you train in secret and learn a few of Johnson tricks?" AVillard was asked. nett, champion bantamweight )f the northwest, in the sixth round of a scheduled eight-round go here tonight. Heniiett's seconds tossed the towel into the ring. , Has Studied Game John P. (HonuR) Wagner was fort.v-two years old last Thursday. He has inissed the mark usually idlotted a ball player, but grand old Honus is still on 11)0 job. and his friends say that the 1!)1C season will see him almost as good as he ever was. This will bo Honus' twentieth year In the big league, and in his time ho has set up locords for the present and future generations of ball players to shoot ut. For seventeen cousectitivo years ho fiuallflcd as a .300 hitter, Dan Brouth-ers, with fourteen years, being his jioarost j'lval. Ty Cobb has done .;tOO or better for ton years, and Is the only player now in the Hold who has a chance to etiuill or boat tho record ot the "grand old man." In those sovoii-toon years Wagner led tho National baaguo. In batting for olght years, another I'scorcV which Is yet to ho etpml-led. I Tlie heavyweight king grinned and I said: "Well, I'll answer that by say-I Ing that 1 never have iiull training I since the day I beat Johnson. But ' it hasn't been streiinous training- just enough to keep me In shape. I don't suppose the public know that 'I\was doing some work every day, ; and tiiat's why so many wild stories ] got around about my weighing any-I where from 300 pounds to halt a ton. I Fighting Is my profession. 1 aimed i to become the best in my line and so i naturally, I have tried to develoj)'! sjieed and (deverness. How well 1 have succeeded Is something for 'he spectators to decide." I'robably the most striking change in Willard is that he has acquired conlldence in himself. Before ho became champion he always was mantled with an air of a man not sure of himself: who fears that the worst is going to happen-and looks for It to happen. But Wlllard now Is a confident youth-though not conceited. He feels within himself that ho Is tho best man in tho lighting game today -but ho doesn't insist upon you feeling tho same way about II. 1916Indian Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent, 407 5th St. S. - Phone 1032 Has Left Hand AVillard has acquired a left slab since the Johnson light. In tho other years of his career ho used,his left almost wholly for. jabbing purposes reserving the right tor the "clean-up" wallop.. That's what he did in tho Johnson fracas. But now Wlllard Is In our midst with a left-handed punch that seems to have the snine crushing force that is behind the right. "X hold Moran in high regard," said AVilhird. "I think he's tho one man In the ring who Is entitled to a chance at the title-and that's why he's getting It. I r^aUr.o that Moran has 11 powerful rlglit-hundor, but 1 am developing a defence which I feel win turn back those attacks." CATARRH of the BLADDER iMlloveil in 24 HOURS Just lot us hoar tho words most dear. That winter's gone and spring ia hero. Then let us smile and drive a mile And thus partake of golfing cheor. COLLAR a for 25if Same style in higher collar, 2]4 inches- SHORNCLIFFE The Williimi, Greene & Rome Co., Limited Mkliers of Fine Stiirti. Berlin, Ontario 1:^2 the crankcase to a sight feed on the cowl board, whence it passes to tlie main distributing pipe wliich feeds the troughs into whicli the connecting rods dip. There are pockets over each main bearing and thence wicks carr.v a supply to each of the three camshaft bearings. There are other strong features too, which make the Chevrolet a distinctive car. Jlr. Baalim sees a large field here for tho Chevrolet as did tho manager ,of tlie Canadian company, Mr. H. llors-man who inspected the province during a recent tour. Another brancli is being opened at Medicine Hat, in charge ot Mr. P. IJ. McTavish. Glass of Hot Water Before Breakfast a Splendid Habit Open sluices of the system each morning and vt/ash away the poisonous, stagnant matter. Those of us who are accustomed to feel dull and heavy when we arise; splitting headache, stuffy from a cold foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stomach, lame back, can, instead, both look and feel as fresh as a daisy always by washing the poisons and '"m tlie body with phosphaled hot M'aier eacii morning. W^e should drink, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water wi'h a ttrtJi:i) rnoii Fkoxt Page) In the music text book and must be taught. Shortage of Teachers As to the em ploy meat of teachers, that was a matter of exiiediency. At one time the siiortage in supply was so great six hundred iicrmits were issued. Tills has been reduced to about one hundred. Advertisements were iiiaced in eastern papers with good results. At one time it was not a question of getting efficient teacii-ers, hut of doing tho liest with material available. He was glad this situation was pa'ssing. Mr. Boyle said that any .Americans now teaching were men and women of the iiighest oiriciency. He also replied to criti-i cisms of the school grants and siiow-ed that Alberta gives more in projior-tion to population than any other province, and if the population grow rap- | T!ie ,"),Silth name was placed on the idly some form ot taxation might jKIItle muster roll yesterday. There have to be devised to meet the needs. ; are 11 new recruits taken on during The policy of giving the larger grants | the day and this morning still to be to the struggling schools is followed radded, so that the muster roll is now In nearly all provinces. In schools i nearing tlie GOO mark. Twelve new MR. F. J. CAVEEN 632 Gerrard St. Kast, Toronto., For two years, I was a Tictim of /Jciite Indigestion and Gas In The Stomach. It afterwards atts.cked my Heart, and I liad pains all over the body, so \ could hardly move around. I tried ail kinds of medicines but none of them did me any good. At last, acting on the advica of a friend, I decided to try 'Fruit-a-tivcs'. I bought the first box last June, and now I am well, after u.sing only three boxes. I recommend 'Fruil:-a-tive3' to anyone sufTering from Indigestion, no matter how acute". FRED J. CAVEE^T, Simple Indigestion often leads to Heart Attacks, Catarrh of ilie Stoviach and constant distress of mind and body^ If you are bothered with any Stomach Trouble, and especl.-illy if Constipation troubles you, take 'Fruit-a-tives'. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25o. At all dcilers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, ES MUSTER NG RAPIDLY teaching above Grade A'lll. a special grant, is given in lieu of charging fees to non-resident pupils. The liquor bill received its second reading without debate. It will go to the committee probably on Monday. Mr. Puffer (Lacombe) continuing recruits for the Kilties and one for the engineers is tlie latest grist. Here they are: If. V.. Close, barber, Irish; H. C. Maartman, loc. fireman, American; T. Fraser, teamster, Scotch; W. T. Barr.itl. teamster. English; .1. Reid, laborer, Canadian; ,f. Robotham, laborer, English; E. Marquis, laborer. the debate on tlio governor's speech, French; F. Foucauit, laborer, Frencli-dealt with the case of four young men ; Canadian; A. C. LaFrance, laborer, born in tiie United States "of remote .Canadian; b. McGrath. teamster, Ca-German origin, who were refused theinadian; .1. il-'ailantyne, teamster, patents for their homesteads. He;Scotch; A. Walker, teamster, Scotch, thought these were cases whicli W. Horn, merchant, a Scotchman, was should be investigated so that no signed on with the Engineers, hardship would be done. He was not I raising the question in a party spirit, but would like to see a memorial sent to the federal authorities asking them to have a special investigation made in such cases. '"We need to be care- is wonderfully invigorating. It cleans connection with aliens, but in ^s^^'a^^f StJ^'anr^^^l'^-o^^l; |[l!l,-i.., we^coiM to assimilate [splendid apiaVtitc AVm. E. Wilson, aged .S2, a well-known business man in London, is charged with bigamy. in^ Elsie .laniB, the wonderful little comedienne, who will be seen " 'Twas Ever Thus" at Starlaud on Monday and Tuesday. for breakfast, and It is said to bo but a little while unti.l the roses begin to appear in the cheeks. A quarter pound of limestone phosphate will cost very little at the drug store, but Is sufficient to make anyone who is bothered with biliousness, constliiatiou, stomach trouble or rheumatism a real enthusiast on the subject of internal sanitation. Try it and you are assured that you will look better and feel-better in every way shortly-Advertisement. an.DONCASTER ARROW COLLAR 2 for 25c Oliiett, I'eaboJy ft Co., Inc., Montroiil Be Sure To See The At The EMPRESS (TONIGHT them as a result of the superior op liortunities they enjoy in this country." .Mr. Puffer completely refuted .Air. loadlcy's contention that railway competition had not affected rates, showing that both passenger and freight rates had been reduced and material advantage resulted. Premier Sifton, replying to a quos- ion, said there were no aliens employed in the civil seiwice, so far .as he knew. He had made Inquiry and could liiui none. Two Austrians employed on the janitor's staff were dismissed some time ago. That fact was well known, as it was referred to at a public meeting in Edmonton, If you saspect Kid* ney trouble, write ns for a trial treatment. OrbuyGitt Pills at your dealers-50c. a box, six boxes for $2.30. Anglican Church Wins Suit (CoNTiNiiEii rnoM FnoN'r Page) ----- The ease was rather involved by the addition ot third parties. These were H. T. Cliorry, F. H. Penny father and W. Stanley King, who with ,1, B. AVilkic, formed a syndicate to take over tho land which Mr. Wilkio had purchased, nnd all hadi agreed to stand their share of the cost ot the property. It was therefore argued that they were rospousiblo along with the defendant named. The judgment says in this connectioii: "I have also to determine the effect ot tho defence of .the third parties. The third parties pleaded as a defence to tho claim that the defendant hud received a secret commission from the sale ot the land and a.tso had misrepresented the value of the property. I find these claims not substantiatod by tho evidence. . . . "1 am of the opinion that I cannot at this stage give effect to defendant's claims over against the third parties for contribution. There should be no order tor costs under the third party proceedings as between the defendant and tho third parties." The 80th Batt., Belleville, on Saturday onlistod Edmund II. I^lotcher, a nowapaporrauu from Ireland, Avho IB GVL- i'oot tall. _ ______ itoba Farmer and a Saskatchewan Merchant If you suffered from pains in your back aud a few doses of Gin Pills fixed you up in short order, you would pass the good word along, wouldn't you ? That is exactly how Mr. Win. S. Gilbert, of Freedale P.O., Manitoba, feels. He writes to tell us how Gin Pills quickly banished the suffering from a hurt in his back. Now he is one of the many Missionaries for GIN PILLS Mr. Gilbert walked into a store in McNutt, Saskatchewan, and found the proprietor suffering from a lame back. Mr. Gilbert .suggested Gin Pills as the remedy. The next day the storekeeper told Mr, Gilbert he was all right, and now recommends Gin Pills to all his customers needing something for a lame back, pains in the joints, swollen hands aud ankles, and other troubles due to disordered bladder and kidneys Your dealers sell Gin Pills-SOc.a box, or 6 boxes for $2.80. Satisfaction is guaranteed or your money returned. NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA LIMITED - TORONTO 29 FORTHIJ^ KIDNEY^ 1022345014 70 49 ;