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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNERDAY, IVTARCH 8,1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ThREE Wes?t Point JESS WILLARD'ARkiylNG IN N, Y. FOR THE BIG FIGHT WITH li^RANK MORAN ON MARCH 25th MANSFIELD | 3 in sealed box for 50c I jThe VVilliams, Greene & Rome Co, Limited, Berlin, Ont. 12a EDOIE 0-iLEMQRACE Lofi Aiigtilcs, Miu-cli 7.-XCiUlk: Pul-Il-ii won the George AVaKlilngloii taVcejisUikes, the 100 mile iiuto race which waA the I'oature. event, at the oponiiit? here today at the new Ascot �speedway. His time was one hour, ;iO minutes and "12 seconds. Hoi) Unrnian finished tseeond and lOarl Cooper was third. Tlielr time was l.S2.4'S and l.'.VJAi 1-5 respectively. A crowd estimated to liave nmu-lierod ;{0,(�U0 people wltncBHcd the races at the opening of the speedway. Both Ilaniey Oldlield and Hunnan  ultenipted to eBtablish wild speed records hut failed. Oidliekl circled the ' inllo course in 17 seconds and Dur-maii made the diatance iu sec- , ends. FT. WILLIAM LOSES FRANCHISE Forfeits Righto in the Northern Baseball League By Failure to Pay Its Debts Minneapolis, March 7-The .lournal toulEht says: "Grand l-'orks has been handed the I Vorl William baseball franchise in the N'orthern League. Because of failure to pay over $1000 dues upon whicli the dead line was placed for February 35, Fort William stockholders liiive forfeited tlielr right in the minor league. Today Charles Moll, special representative of President .lohn Burraolster, is closing with Grand Forks business men to handlu tlio club." VARDON, TAYLOR AND BRAID TO COME TO AMERICA THIS YEAR Now York, .March 7.-The famous Kolfing- triumvirate, Vardon, Taylor and BraJd, will come to this country lor an indetlhlto period as a result of the falling oft of interest in the game abroad duo to the war. Since the great atmggie started there has beoji no competitive golf in ICngland and very little of any kind except matches among those wall-known professionals and a few other experts, and In these cases the money derived from the matclios has been turned over to the Red Cross. Down to Eijfhts in Ellison and Brewery-Ice is (iood in Spite of Chinolv nig Jess Wlllard (right) on his arrival in Xow '.'ork. With (jim are Tex Uiekard (left) promoter of the fight, with Moran , and Tom Jones (centre) Wlllard's manager. Wlllard is.confident ,as to the outcome of the fight. i A Very onjoyablr lime was spent at [the Curling rink ln.>i| niKht. The ice � was in perfect condition and the dif-Iferont rinks, were out to win; the result wng some close games and good curling. The gaiiiPK wore all in the Kllison iMlIUng (oiiipetlllon and the jplfty la no\y down to the eights. To-; Inight'b games will deridn what rinks, tare In the Jewelry class In this competition and also bring the llrewery down to the eights. TJiere are ahvavH surprises In a curling competition. That in fact Is tl)o hire of the game. Hugh Scott's redoubtablea fell before thi; Peat aggregation by a good score. The Kirk-ham rink after getting away to a very bad start came bavk In the last two onds and almost no.scd o.ut from Inspector Chaney's four. Dr. Leech's! illWi rink had to ijuit at (lie efe;h(h ;cnd to get the last car to the park, ,'Willi the score standing one point ! against them. ! The !ce has not sul'fored from the Chinook yet and play will be continued tonight. The results of last uight't games i are: Aird 9; Carberry io. Peat 13; Scott S. .Tohnston 14; Stewart S. .Marnocli 7; Hamilton 11. OavidKon 10; Slieplierd '.>. Chaney !l; Kirkliam .S. Clarke 10; Freeman ! ? NIERNAIIONA C lEI WHEN HEIRISOVE cA new Iiphtweit TO.OKE BROS,, Limited, MONTREAL DUNN PAYS $30,000 � FOR $90,000 STANDS international League Club Secures a Bargain From the Federal Leaguers Baltimore, M,arch 7.-By Increasing his offer of a few days ago. Jack Dunn today Bocured : ENS LOOK LIKE A�NSOFN.H,A. Xow York. March 7.-In the midst of tho great European war the idea of'; Inteniotlonal sport and competition will not down. The advocates of these games are constantly advancing plans for such meetings, to take place during hostilitieg or Immediately following the declaration of peace. It is repeatedly pointed out that such friendly engagements in the realms ! of sport will either lielu In bringing j about peace oi: act as a balm for tho ' bitterness engendered by the -conllict. An example of these fre .*� Ho be held in Holland, the land of in- .....'ternatlonai meetings. This iuterost- ing idea is put forward in one of the leading Dutch newspapers by a sport I enthusiast. The writer urges that wrhen pence comes economic necessity win soon draw the present belU- The annihilation of the Wanderers by the Canadlens- Saturday uight about put the National Hockey association champIonBhi]) in tho vault for tlie l''rencli brigade. Tho Caundleiis have yet threo games to play, the winning of ono of them will cinch tho title, and they are almost sure of winning the coveted one. The BtauU-Ing: Canadlens Ottawaa . Wanderers Quebec . . Toronto . W. i;i 11 10 0 D. 1 0 0 1 P. S(l (14 SB SO SO A. Pis fiO 27 tlS 07 8U 87 Chew it after everv meal ^ Wnie to Wm. Wrigley Jr, Co., Lid, Wi-igley BItig., Toronto for "Spearmen" book SPRING STUFF! There was a young nnm named Harden Was set on possessing a garden. He .spaded and hoed Prom alley to road \\Tjile the poultry next door begged his pardon. (Foul play, umpire, foul play) Agents for Famous, PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRES Roir.U..S.Pot.Oir, Tho,only tiros to bo placed before the Auto-niobilo Club of America for an - official roliiiblllty test (Suarantood for HOOO iiiHas. FORD REPAIRS' A SPECIALTY AUTOMOBILE LIVERY, Day Phono 504 Night Phone 17-10 MOTOR CAR it:5peBks^far Itself Be s(, l^etlil)ii(l[-c V An? Third Street Soutfe Jr^VKlIl 2ND BK.W, ALEXANDRA HOT^L gerents together again and prepare tho way for international sport, which win In Its turn react favorably on the relations of those now engaged in so | bitter struggle with gun and bay-' onet. To; any pessimist inclined to ask whether tho warring nations will havo any then to snare for sport after tho preseait slaughter, tho writer jioints out that football Is still being played week by week in Berlin, that a Belgian eleven quite recently played a leading Hague team, that n football match took place three weeks ago at Vlennn, between Austria and Hungary and that football Is being regularly played behind the lighting front. Furthermore ho states that there are ut' present cycle races, cross-country and i athletic , contests being hold in war-' ridden Belgium; cycling and running races in Berlin and that Gorman sold-lors obtain leave from the front to go and participate in the latter contests. Tonight: Good-Bye to Skating Season The gi'aud (lualo of tho skating season nt the Auditorium rink will bo staged tonight-at least u.i far as Viands are concorned. This is the an-nouncomonl made to tho Herald this morning by Yihk inanagor Archie Mc-CorvlB. Of course, should the woa-thtM'- turn opposite to expectations, and should there bo a demand for move skntluK, Mr. MoCorvlo says he will readily jirepare a sheet of ice. Titus the most enthusiastic season of skating in tho annals of the cUy comas to a close. CHURCHiLLRAISESSTORM (OoNTTNUi;ii Fiio>t .Fiiox'f Page) .The Standard CihurchlU's recent announces that promotion to Colonel was in no way duo to influence, but was solely tho result of "His distinctive performance in the field." "A man wiui Colonel Churchill's genius tor administration," tho Standard adds,. "Can mHuage military units as easily as a government department. Colonel ChurchlUhas no Intention of interrupting his mllitai'y career and military men expect that he will roach the rank of Brigndior-Gen-erttl beforo long." lyiONARCHS' PROTEST THROWN OUT WliJnlpog, March 7.~Tho Manitoba AmatQur Hookey association tonight threw'out the protest of the Monarch hockey, club against the declaration t?f the Blat as chainplpns of tho province and defenders of tlic Allan Cup, CATARRH ottho � ,BLADDER 24 HOURS Each Cai MODERATOR NOMINATED Vancouver,'March 7.-The election for moderator of the general-assembly of the Prosbytery of Westminster; clean in conference at' KltsUano Pf'eabyter-i revlowhig the long iind FERNIE LIBERALS (CONTINLM::!) l-'POSt B'ltONT PaOE), Ian Church, this morning nominated Rev. Prof. A. B. Balrc^, acting principal of Manitoba college. ALL-STARS DEFEAT PORTLAND Portland, Ore., March 7.-The Pa-cUlo Coast Hockey ns.sopiation season was closed here tonight when the all-i stars selected from the other three teams defeated the Portland champions by-a score of ii to '3, Tho game was well played and was roplote' with brilliant . work on the part of both toains. chosen as the new executive committee. After routine business had been disposed of sevei'al short- aiJccclios were made. 11. \V. Wood saw the utter defeat of the Bowser govarnmont close ohead, but hoped that there would be an opposlliou in the new logislaturo. However, ho did not want a member oli tho opposition to come from Fornio. He was enthusias'ticailly in favor of A. I. Flsliei' as Fornle's next member, and was willing to do all In his power to accomplish that end. J. L. Gatos, President Stewart, Wm. Dickon, Mr, Jackson, VV. Uobson and others spoke. All were enthusiastic in their support to Mr. Fishor, Mr. Fisher was, in good' form, nnd tnSde a cut statement of his position, w^indins re- YOUR BRONCHIAL TUBES WJien a cold settles in the bronchial tubes,. with that. wetikening, tickling cough, immeiiiate treatment is very important, i. The broatli scums siiorter because b� mucous obstructions; usu-ally fever is present, your head jars with every .couglvand your chest may ache. This is no time for\experiineniing or delay-you must get Scott's Emulsion at once to drive out the cold which started the Voublc, apd it will check the voiigh by aiding, the healing process of tlia ciifeeblcti jiienibranes. If you have any .symptoin.s of bronchitis, or even a stubborn cold, always reineirlber that Scott's Kmlilslon lias been relieving liiis trouble for fnrty cord of the now discredited govern-menL and an outllnb of what Mr. Prowstor stood tor.. .While he felt that the defeat of the Bowser machine was sure to be the result of a general election, he cautiono4 his en tUnsiastic supporters that It was no lime to sleep, and that to malce victory sure'all sho.uld work with a will. Tho secretary was instructed to wire a message of conlidencc and congratulation to Leader llrowster. The meeting closed with threo cheers and a tiger for A, f. FIslier, and the victorious candidates it) Vancouver and Victoria.' U the feeling manifested last night is an Indication of the toMng throiigli-out tho riding, there is another minister of the Bowser government riding to u hcav;' fall. i ' . 0NEF0T7R NEWS Customs returns at tho BerJln, Ont. port for February totaled $79,923.87, nn incroafie of ?35,390.4t5 over the same month in 1915, �  For Young and Old Keep Your Digestion Perfect, Nothing Is Qiiite So Safe and Pleasant as � Stuart's Dyspepsia'Tablets FREE TRIAL MAILED ON REQUEST Tliousands or men and women have found Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets the safest and most reliable preparation for any form of ludlgestion or stom-" Health. Onefouf, March S,-Milt Duncan is cooking at the Blaoktall Hauch. Mrs. Geo, 11, Whltosel and the children , havo returned troin' a visit at New Daytoii; � ;> T. 1j. Duncan hfts .cojiipleteti an addition to-his house-and'his .listers, �Misses Etnnm an(l TlUa, have'ii|oved in I'runi tho Mtu'sUall-place, The news that the UHhbviat;o"'W*y-burn lino is to ho comtilotpd,.?' has wanned up this dlstrloi;,. itnd: ;thtf .siui 1 Blilues brighter' oil'Oiiofoui'^())^S^^^^^^^ . ' The Illaolctali Raneli proiiciaes''to. years. It is fvee iroin hanntul tirugs, I seed r.oii acres to crop this: aqason. to I Uefuse hubhtiliites, , i bo cut gioen I'or )(uxt tyliliert'W i Ifor their gri'tti hurd of cft|(li:i,! ' I \ nch troublo. Bi�t. the Tablets' just as good tor little folks as their oldors. Little children '�whQ^nr'f, palo, thin and have no  appetlt(l 'ho tronbloB 11-the child is aiUug'ii).^^ way. Mail coupon tor trial,' FREE TRIAL COUPON? F. A. Stuart Co.,'226, Stuart "BmIW Ing, Marshall,'lyiloh.i /Sena' me Aaf. once a I'j'ee trial paokagrit;: of' St art's PysDupsltt Tttblets, ' Ninne .........>^.>, Hireiit 03 7881 ;