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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONO A V MARCH 6, 1916 TftELE'ThBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB OE Sim A HARD G Cbnoliy Was Thrown Twice in 21 Minutes-Thousands Turned Away liuttc Athletic Club Offers $40,-000 for Gotch and Stecher to Try Conclusions ButLe/Mont., March 4.-Joe Stecher ot NebraHkn, worlrl's champion heavy-welRht wrestler, defeated Pnt Connolly, the Irish chamiiiou hero last night In two atralght tails, the first In 15 minutes and the second In six minutes and Sf) seconds. Stecher won both falls with tho body scissors and arm lock. Connolly made a game Bhowlng but was outclassed. Stecher stated that Connolly Rave him the hardest match ho has had in u year. One thousands people wore turned away from tho crowded house. It was announced that tho Copper City Athletic club, under whoso auspices (lie match was staged, has offered tiotcli and Stecher a purso ot ?40,000 to settle the world's championship in lJutte during the Elks' convention in July. This Is ?5ono more than baa yet been bid by any city for tho match. FRED FULTON TO MEET FLYNN Will Challenge Champion Should Ho  � Defeat Fireman Milwaukee, -March 4.-Fred li'ulton, .Minnesota, and Jim Plyun, Pueblo, Col., were matched today for a ten-I'ound heavyweight bout hefore the National Athletic club here on JIarch 37. If Pulton wins It was anuo.unccd he will go to New York and challenge the winner of tho Willard-Moran flght for a 20-round hout in New Orleans. .WEEGHMAN AND BRESNAHAN HAVE ARRANGED COMPROMISE Clilcago, JIarch 4.-According to a story printed hero President Weegh-nian and Roger Bresnahan have come to' terms, the former Cub manager having agreed to accept $10,000, or the salary of one of the two years remaining of his contract and his unconditional release. Oresnahan is said to have concluded negotiations to get tiie Clovolund American Association franchise and move the team to Toledo. HAL CHASE POOR PROVIDER San .lose, Cal., March 4.-Hal Cliase, formerly manager of the New York American league baseball teani jind considered one of the best first basemen in the game, was arrested here today charged with falling to provide for his 7-year-old child. The complaint was signed by Mrs. Nellio Chase, his former wife. Chase was later released on 1^2000 � hail. At the time the divorce was granted in New Y'ork he agreed to pay $5$0 a month alimony for the .support of .Mrs. Chase and iher minor child. He IB not now connected with any team. Last season he was with the Eederals. DIES FROM BASKETBALL INJURIES Pittsburg, March 4.-As a result of nn injury in a basketball game two weeks ago, Charles McLaughlin, age UO, a member of a high school team, died last night. McLaughlin severely hruised his ankle, from which blood poisoning developed. FAMOUS DAM IS DEAD Lexington, Ky., March 4.-Optime, a bay mare imported from England In .1901, the dam oC the great Sysonby, died here today. She >vas imported hy Marcus Daly and was at one time tlio property of James R. Keeno. DISBROW QUITS TRACK Chicago, March 4.-Louis Disbrow. tho a,utoraoblle racer, announced Ills Tetlromont from active participation Jn the sport oolnoident with- his mar-Tlage today to Miss Harriet May Henry of Chicago. ALLEN BEATS WESTON Chicago, March 4,-Champion Ben-Jile Allen scored his first victory o� the. national pocket billiard meet today, beating Charles (Cowboy) Weston of Chicago, .100 to 8.1. Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonaid ; GUNSMITH and  , ' INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agentr 407 6th St.-8. . - Phone 103S ? ; ? ? ? ? ? > ? DARCY JOINS COLORS > � SAT WILLARD lAU OEA OF LOlu TO MORAN Noiv Vork, VU9i-. London Combination Arsenal 0; Tottenham 3. Queen's Park 1; Clapton Orient i: Crystal Palace 10; Reading 1. West Ham 4; Brentford 2. Croydon 3; Watford 0. Fulham 0; Chelsea 1. Luton 0; Mlllwall 2. Midland Section Bradford 4; Barnsley 1. H.uddersfield 1; Bradford City 2. Rochdale 0; Le^ds City 1. Rotheram 3; Grimsby 2. Notts C. 0; Leicester Fosse D. Chesterfield 3; Stoke 0. Hull 5; Sheineld United 2. ShelHeld Wednesday 2; Lincoln 2. Notts Forest 3; Derby County 0. Lancashire Section Burnley 3; Bolton 1. Bi\ry 1; Blackpool 2. Preston North End 4; Southport 1. Liverpool 4; Oldham 1. Manchester United 0; Bverton 2, Stockport 2; Manchester City 0. Northern Union Barrow, 5; Sal ford, 5. Wigan, 34; Runcorn, 0. Oldham, 2; Dewsbury 20. Swinton, 3; Huddersfleld, 5. Hull, 11; St. Helen's 11. Bramley, 10; Bradford Nor. 0. Leeds, 30; Halifax, 3. Hunslet, 37; York. 10. Batley, 14, Foatherstone, 2, Rochdale, 0; Brighouso, 0. Leigh, 3; Broughton Rangers, 2, Tho South Africans beat the NOAV Zealanders at rugby, 7 to 0. Scottish League Kilmarnock, 0; Celtic, 3. Rangers, 3; Alrdrloonians, 0. Queen's 0;-'Thlvd Lanai'k, 0. Hearts, 1; Patrick 0, Clyde, 3; Aberdeen, 2. Ralth Rovers,,2; Morton, i. Dundee, 3; Falkirk, 3. Motherwell, 1; Hlbomlans, 1. : Dumbarton, 2; St. Mirren, 0, ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? > ? * ? M6VEY WILL THY .- ? New York, March 4.-Tlie ts train- > Ing for the ohamplonHhlpbput,., ? MoVey said his reason tor "hp-�; plying to the oommlauion vj'ftB that ho did not wish to bronk any of Its rules. '5* ' , . V. ,;. > .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. ? A The Allan cup, emblematic otjtbe Amateur Hockey Championship of Cfinada, Is in possussiou of a team ot soldier boys. This is a very popular victory at this time. The holders are the 61st battalion team of Winnipeg. They won the famous trophy on their merits and not by the grace ot any concessions allowed them because thoy woaf khaki. The Allan cup has had a varied career slneo it was first adopted as the emljlem of the w'orUl's amateur hockey championship in 1908. When the Stanley cup was taken over by the professionals Sir Montague Allan donated a trophy to take its place, and it was at.onco recoivad as tho premier one In Simon-pure hockey circles. Queen's University were tho first holders of tho trophy, having won out in the,O.H.A. In tho season 1908-00. lu 1B09-10, St. Michael's annexed tho trophy. In 1910-11 the Winnipeg Victorias challonged foi' llio trophy a)id upon St. Michael's refusing to defend the Cup, tho trustees gave it to the A'ics by default. That year the Vies do-tendod it against Konora. In 1911-12, tho Winnipeg Victorias defended the trophy ugalnst the invasion ot Eaton's of Toi'onto, Calgary, and Roglna. In 1912-13 tlie Wlnnipegs won tho Manitoba title and the Allan cup. Thoy defended the trophy against, aioo.se Jaw and Edmonton. In 1913-14 tho Winnipeg .Monarchs won the Manitoba title and the Allan cup. They defended It against iCon-ora, but lost to Regina in a sudden death match. Hoglna then defended it against Grand Moro. In 1914-15 Malvlllo won tho championship ot Saskatchewan and tho Allan cup. Thoy defended it ugalnst Victorias oi; Toronto, but lost It to tha Monurohs ot Winnipeg. Tho Mon-archs made ii great buttio for the cup dotettting Falcons ot Winnipeg, Fort William and Edmonton before getting a chanco at the uup holders. 1815-10, Ols'l battalion toam defeat-od the Monarchs In tho two-gamo serins . iJy a xnargin of one goal, thereby wliinlne the cup. and then, on Thurs-day, defeated thu Victorias. OUR YOUNG WOMEN arc so often subject to headache-are languid, p.ile anc! nervous-because their blood is thin or insufficient. They are not really sick and hesitate to com-pl.iin, but ihey lack that ambition and vivacity which istheir birthright. They donot need drugs-butdoneedthetonic and nourishment in Scott's Emulsion that makes richer blood, tills hollow cheeks, suppresses nervousness and establishes strength. Nourishment aloMo makesblood and Scott's Emulsion is the essence of concentr.ited nourisliment, free from wines or opiates. If mother or daughter is frail, pale or nervous, give her Scott's for onf; month and see the bcttennent. It has a v^holesome, "nutty" flavor. Avoid substitutes. At any drug store. Scott 3c Bowue, Toroulo, Out. (C(jNnNiji:i) ..ifo:u Fuont Page) SUGAR SHIPMENT IMMENSE Cliicago, March 4.-The first train-load ot what is said to be the largest transcontinental shipment ot a single commodity over made passed through Chicago today. It is sugar from Hawaii. The entire consignment, most ot which goes to New York refineries, weights 250,-000 tons, is valued at $25,000,000 and tho freight charges will bo in Hie neighborhood of $3,000,000. Tho entiro consignment will require COOO freight cars or 120 solid trains. DOWN A WELL Sliaughal, March 4.-The poiico have found live cases of artillery am munition at the bottom of a well in the garden attached to the residence of the German who is said to Jiavo been the instigator of a plan to send war munitions secretly to India. CHANGE HOME TO GET BALLOT ; Now York, I^laroh 4.-Mrs, Harriett Stanton Blatch annouucod today that 'among' the Now Yoyk state women iwho w}ll aucorapany'liqv to Kausaa to iQstftlJllBh a resiaenoe so; they can vote ftt ttie next presidential election will ])^ J!ii'8,'Ada Mulr, ot Gazohovia, Mrs.' fVapK I'ayna ot Cornliig, Mass., Mlsu aVVle'tt fiyiie Htniira and Mrs. R. titiji'Uuui of Utoa. Wagli Away Skin Sores "To Ihm niauy, sufferers ot skin disease D.D.D, the liquid wash, has become a household word. Thoy know It Is reliable and they can depend on it, they do not hesitate to recommend it to their neighbors. It has proved Itself a remarkablei remedy for all forms ot Eczema. It Is a gormicldo that Is harmless to the most delicate skin, but still it Is Btfootlvo and quick in action, if you are a sutterur from skin' diseases, including ulcers, pimples, scales,, urust'or Eczema in any form, this vemody:wIU not disappoint yoij.. It has stood tho test and today is the master, preparation tor all skin diseases.: Come in today and ask about our guarantee on D. D. O. Also about D, D. D. Soap, that keeps the okln hotiUhy, , . l-\ V\ PO"" 15 Years LI.JLI.U* Standard "^^^^ Skin Remedy Yesterday's Services .'Vt yesterday's services two ver.v splendid sermons were delivered by Kev. Principal Graham, to large con-grcsaliona. His discourse yesterday niornlug was e.xceptionally valuable. His text was "It any comiiel theo to go a mile, ffo with him twain." He evolved the thcmo ot the'man who did things only bocauso he was compelled to do them, as contrasted to tho man who willingly "went beyond, tho firfit mile" and did things voluntarily and tor the good ot mankind. Ho dealt 1 with many phases of lito Whoroin men had proved thumsolves great by undertaking great woik for mankind because they wove willing to consec.rato their lives to the uplifting of humanity. 'I'hey were not compelled to do this work, but thoy did it voluntarily. Rev. Principal Graham paid feeling tribute to tho men who had oftorod' their lives in the service at the country in the preaenf, conflict. Thoy were the ones who "went boyottd the first mile," gave up their lives willingly in tho defence of great principlos.. These were worth many times oyer the con-aoriptfi who waro forced to light an in Gormany. In tho evening Rov. Principal Graham delivered anolher -ary strong and Inspiring address. In tho mornluR the choir rondorud tha anthem "Oh, Lord, Our.Governor." Mrs. E. P. Laytoh anug very beautl-j fully the solo, "Like as the Hart De-slreth." At the evening 'service, Mrs. Luyton and Mr. Fleming sang a duett, and tha choir rendered in splendid style tho anthem "The Day is Past and Over,'' with duott obli-gato by Mrs. Layton and Miss HazoU. Men's Banquet This evening the. men ot the congregation uro holding their annual banquet commencing at 6,30. Rev. Air. Denoon will act as toastmaster, and a very splendid program of musical sQlectlons and spoochos has boon arranged. Red Cross Tag DayWas a Big Success-Total' of "$70.00 � Was Donated i B. C, GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS ARE TO BE INSURED Vancouver, B.C., March 4.--It is an-thoritativoly announced that tho provincial government will malie the announcement on Saturday regarding insurance on the Parliamout buildings, This will take the form ot stating tliat the govornment has placed Insurivnce to tho extent ot �l,125;00O on those buildings, and that amount will bo distributed over a largo number ot com-panloB. Dotails hav� not yet been worked out. llurdett. March 4.-In Mr. A. Hamilton, .Miss Jano Ma.\well, as also Miss E. Falls, Burdutt boasted three inde-fatigal)Ie workers to uphold her reini-tation on Rod Cross day, and a happier trio of workers co.uld not well have been, found. Wo have to .'thank our genial postmaster, witli his coyly attractive co-workers, for a most respectable showing, he having' taken the nocessar)' measures to obtain Hag souvenirs, which were to be used-on this occasion. During tlio course pt tho day. the Wim of $20 was raised in Burdett. alone, many from tlie country-who happened to be in town-falling to' itho blandldimenta ot the two fair dnmoiaelles aforementtonod, and all- be it mentioned-looking fui- Irpm unhappy at haviug been tlie victims ot such approaches. Needless to say, !the male sex are purticularly. referred to. The ladies of the "Burdett Soldier's Aid" met at the residence ot Mrs, Lumbnrd on this occasion, and decided to coutribute tho sum ot ?GU to the Red Cross societ.v, which sum. was duly forwarded to the Calgary branch of the society, tor hospital supplies; tills making a grand total: of cash donations within the year of $10.1, besides numerous consignments of bandages, socks, shirts, etc. Both tlio aforementioned coutrlbu--tlons made an aggregate ot $70 ' as, representing Burdett's sharo of the, � "Hed Cross Day Fund," and-thu denl^. : zens ot Burdett and district have to"; be congratulated. Mr. Hamilton and'! his co-workers, as also the dadles -of the Burdett soldier's aid, 'bog to e.x-i' tend their thanks to all for the gan* orous contributions donated on this'; occasion, and indeed for the able sup-v port given to their efforts In this'.' direction from time to-time. ENDED IN PANIC J, D, inaiiibt��j(jpi & Co., Limited, Drusglof^i'fjIiSfhlWJtltfo. Alberta.- Advertliieiuuut.f,  .ARE STILL AT IT : , . Amsterdam, via London, Mitreli -1,-: Tho [landolflhlaa sayii that, the Gorman nourl martUil in Br'usseJa ht>B sentenced throe mora na)Hl(i)jgrr'. i^Pf) of whom was a woman, t(Js^Miyi?]})!-uient ui hard Ittbor. "", ^if.. � �  - � �� ' ' '1.' . ji ^' London, March 4,--'A .inessfieo to ,,.,-the Exchango Telegraph , �coppany,-from iiurloh says; ." vj "Oornnvn nnwHijapei'a ;pi(bll8h' AV't'e'-f i less mossagoa Irora iWivshlngton ' em- i phuslzhiB tho gravity ot tbo (Jsman-'i-i American situation.. .......i ,>jvili^,-;i> "The Frankfort bourse, wliIo]uiil-,,� variably reflects''na-(ya,;a*(9eting-,!G6i5 man high llnunce, yoBterilay-otviled" a coudlMon of piinlv,'-'. ] , ... 8259 59 69 ;