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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1916 tHB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD iPAGE THREE m mm puts ANOTHER GREEK : PORTLAND TEAM PLANS BIG TRIP Kervcras Falls Victim to Toe Hold of Ex-Canadian Policeman at Spokane Spokane, Jrarch S. - Jack Taylor, llie giant Canadian ex-pollceman, won from 0U8 Kerveras, burljc Greek Irom Michigan, in straight falls at the Auditorium last night. Ho secured tho first fall in 42 minutes and 20 seconds with a toe hold. Taylor did not pin KeiToraa' shoulders to tho mat, but he caused the Qroek to gi-unt until he finally gave up. The pain was excruciating and Korveras proved himself to he very game to 8tau me trow he'em two time, forty minutes." The rest of his speech was delivered to his fellow countrymen. Preceding tho big match excitement was added by the appearance of "Young" Hackenschmidt, who challenged Tnylbr. The Canadian copper jumped up from his seat, flashed ?100 and said to the crowd he would throw Hackenschmidt twice in 40 minutes. The bet was not called. Portland, Ore,, Marc\i 7.- The Portland Rosebuds, Paci-llo Coast hockey champions, will leave next Sunday night lor Montreal to play for tho whamplonshlp of the world. After tlie championship series it Is planned to form an all-star team to play exhibition games at liuftalo, Rochester, Detroit, Cleveland and" other eastern cities. ? ? �: ? ? ? : : ? ? ? ? ? > CROWDS SEE JESS mUOTAINING Draws Color Line When McVey Goes After $50.00 Prize; Moran in Good Shape POISON KILLS GIBBS, FIGHTER Philadelphia, Pa., March 7.-WiUle Gibba, a featherweight pugilist of this city, died today from poisoning, which physicians say resulted from an overdose of a drug. Glbbs, whose correct name was Daniel Sharp, had mot such men as Kid Williams, Jimmy Welsh, jo^ Mandot, Tommy O'Toole and many others. SKATERS DISAPPOINTED Quito a number of skaters wore disappointed when they attended the Auditorium rink last night. The band that was advorUsed to play did not materialize. Only about half of the lilayers turned up and the music was "called oft.-Tho ice was somewhat watery. New York, March 8.-iPopular admiration for Champion Jess AVillard continued at hla training quarters at the Amsterdam Opera House today, the hall being tilled with enthusiastic ring followers. Tlie crowd included many women. Willard, after his workout, announced himself well satisfied with his week's work. Me thinks that he had taken off about three pounds in the week, but this Is hardly notice' able on his big frame. The champion boxed six rounds, working twe each with Jack Hemple, Bob Williams and Walter Monohan. Torn Jones has offered $60 to any one who would knock Willard off his feet, and yesterday Sara McVey showed up and started to clamber Into the ring. Willard immediately went out on the other side and later announc' ed that he would draw the color line In his tights and also In his training The boxing was. a trifle faster than it has been and his bout with Mono han was fast from the start, Willard showed shifty foot work against Wll Hams, side-stepping and ducking eas ily away from his wild swings. If Wll Hams ever happens to land on tho champion In some of these practice bouts, the champion is liable to feel It. �WHlard took-a long romp through Central Park in tho morning and he and his manager, Tom Jonas, seemed satisfied with the slow process of re diicing weight which the champion is following. Moran Fit as Fiddle Saratoga, N. Y., .March 8.-Appear ing as fit as tho huskiest backwoods man who drove to the station to bid him goodbye. Prank Moran, contend or for Jess Wlllard's fight crown, left yesterday aftenioou for New York, after spending three weeks of simple life in a camp at Saratoga Lake. Be foro packing awny his old grey flannel shirt, preparatory to getting back to civilization, Moran stripped and jumped on the scales before the gaze of two dozen newspaper men and awe-stricken fanners. The beam balanced at ^04 pounds, two pounds above his fighting mark, Moran expects to take this off with gymnasium work and boxing In Westchester in the next three weeks. Ppr three weeks Moran hasn't had a boxing glove on. He wanted to get plenty of fresh air and, harden his muscles, he said. V^om his appearance today he has SMOceeded. w TOO msim A Saya w� can't h�lp but look better and feel .better , after an Inalds bath. OF BLOOD V ntllv in a licallliv  To look one's best and feel one's best Is to enjoy an Inside bath each morning to flush from the system the provloue day's waste, sour fermentations and poisonous toxins before it is absorbed Into the blood. Jusf. as coal, when it burns, leaves behind a certain amount of incombustible material in the form of ashes, so tho food and drink taken each day leave in the alimentary organs a certain amount of indigestible material, which if not climated, forms toxins, and , poisons, which are then sucked into the blood through the very ducts which are intended to suck in only nourishment'to sustain the body. if you want to see tfie gipw^ of healthy bloom in your cbenkii, to see your skin get clearer and clearer, -you are told to drink every morning upon arising a glass of hot water with a toaspoonfui of limestone phosphate In It, which is a harmless means of washing the waste material and toxins from tho stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, thus cleansing, sweetening", and purifying tho entire alimentary tract, before putting more food into the stomach. Men and women with sallow skfns, liver spots, pimples or pallid complexion, also those who wake up with a coated tongue, bad taste, ilasty breath, others who are. bothered .with headaches, bilious spells, acid stomach or constipation should begin this phos-phated hot water drinking and are assured of very pronounced results in one or two weeks. A quarter pound of limestane phosphate costs very Httlo at tho drug store, but is sufflclent to demonstrate that just as soap and hot water cleanses, purities and freshens the skin on the outside, so hot water and limestone phosphate act on the inside organs. We must always consider that internal sanitation is vastly more Important than outside cleanliness, because the skin pores not absorb Impurities into the blood, while the bowel pores do. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Limited, druggists, Lethbridge, Alberta.-Advertisement. is the average-quaniiiy in a healthy adult, but it is the quality of the blood that determines our strength to resist sickness. With weak blood we find cold hands and chiliy feet; in children an aversion to study, and in adults rheumatic tendencies. In changing season.s get abundant fresh air and take a spoonful of .Scott's Emulsion after me.ils, Scott's Emulsion is a rich blood-food that will increase both qtiantiiy and quality of the blood while it warms the body and helps carry off the impurities. When multitudes of people are today taking Scott's Emulsion to .ivert winter sickness, and .ire giving it tc their children, it is careless to neglect Us beiiefil.i. Look run for .sabslitutcs. ScaU &. llownc. ToroiiU., Out. IJ-JJ : > : ? ? ? ? ? � � : ? ? N. H. A. RESULTS > > � : ? � ? > OTTAWA BEAT QUEBEC Ottawa, March 8.^ .> ? : CANADIAN SPORTSMAN ? ? RECIPROCATES FAVOR � > ? OF AMERICAN MOGUL ? .. J*,*? Though reciprocity as a measure was temporarily defeated some years ago in a Dominion oloction, nevertheless, reoiprooity is In actual being bo-.twaen Canadian and American sportsmen, (lis witnessed by the following .story from the columns ot an American paper; . , Ban Johnson, American league chlQf, last auroiner shipped $750 baseball paraphernalia, to Canadian sold-, lers fighting in Belgium. During _81)are moments the troops staged 'gaines. By way of reolprocatin|r, ' Mayor Chui'ch ot Toronto, consented to ship two live caribou from the Canadian wilds'^to Camp .Torome, Me|"cer county, Wis., hunting presorve of Co-mtskoy, Johnson and other baseball notables,' The camp boasts a collec ' tion of .wild- game of almost every species known to America. HAVE A CREAMERy SIAINATPICTURE BUTTE effort to fiiid some Industry which will fit In with the plant now In use and Is carefully considering a number, of schemes. The plant and building Is wortli close to half a million dollars. The only market for the present product �will be B. C, and that does not look any too tempting at the present time. According to a hint dropped by Mr. Sick to the Herald today, there Is a possibility that part ot the plant will be used In the manufacture of alcohol for power purposes. The product would be manufactured out of potA-toos. from which it can be produced and sold at 35 cents a gallon, according to a bulletin recently Issued by the United States government. All the' extra plant that would be necessary would be stills, which would not cost over |5000. With gasoline aviating, Mr. Sick thinks that alcohol as a power producer for automobiles and stationary engines would find a ready sale. Alcohol is beiiig. used extensively for such purposes in the European war and is found to develop more power per gallon than gasoline. Of course, the plan is in the embryo stage as yet, and there are many questions ot feasibility to be considered. One important matter would be to have assurance of a good supply of potatoes at a reasonable price. But Lethbridge is the centre of an Irrigation cHstrict and is tamed for Its potato production, and it is tliought that if farmers could be assured of. a steady market for pota: toes year after year that they would equip to raise them In sufficient quantities to meet tho needs of such a factory as Mr. Sick talks ot. At any rate Mr. Sick Is not going to give up tho scheme until he looks Into It very carefully. THIRTEEN CANADIAN CRICKETERS HAVE FALLEN IN BATTLE ! Toronto, March 7.-Thirteen well known Canadian cricketers were killed in the European war during 1915. They were: J. Bell, Uosedale, Toronto; C. H. Bllgh, Free Press, Winnipeg; W. J. Bowser, Victoria Xlnlver-sity, B. C; Lieut.-Col. A, ,T. Birchall, Garrison C. C, Halifax; E. C. Cameron, McGHl, Montreal; T. C. Campbell, Ottawa; A, Dow, Young Couser-vatives, Wiimipeg; Capt. J. Geddes, Winnipeg; Mado MacDonald, Rose-dale, Toronto; W. Malcolm, St. John, \V'innipeg; R, Marks, Young Conservatives, Winnipeg; H. B, Price, Quebec; W. Twyuam, Burrard, Vanco,u-vor. : 3 lor as ocntt CLUB'l'IVI'eAllODYACO.Ino, MONTRKAI. : ? : ? : > � .. > .> ^ .> j�������': Don't Merely Cough SCHOOL ENROL (Continued vnou PHOK't' Paok) mation was elicited tTiat the city had tho sale of treasury notes well under way so that the money might be expected within a fortnight. A letter was received from Metals Limited, stating: that they, In conjunction with the Dunham Co. ot *ro-rbnto, wlio installed the heating sys tem in the first place, would Increase the radiation in the Manual Training school if tlte city woiild'.lj'uy the material, which, it Is thought, will cost about $50. The labor will be-supplied free to do this work. Somo protests had been heard by, members of the Ijoard that the lavatories in the various schools were in a Hlthy condition and might'bo blamed for some of the typhoid epidemic. Chairman Davidson, however � stated that ho had Inspected personally and could And absolutely nothing wrong. However, the city sanitary inspector will be asked to investigate and pre pare a report for publication., The s|)ecial committee reported that Mrs. Stella Laylon had been engaged at a salary of l.'iO per nionth for 2'/j months to Instruct tlie school children in music in preparation for the musical festival. Instruction commenced on March 1st. . '' -An increase In salary was voted Janitor Chaplin of Galbralth school, amounting to per month. Ho was highly complimented on his good work, and it was pointed out that, even In the cold weather of this win-tor, he had kept the school warm at all times, though he had greatly reduced the fuel bills. - The attendance report tor the month of February showed: ' 191(5 Enrolment for month ...1531 Average attendance ____182a Percentage ............86,4 Enrolment for term ....1547 Number ot teachers-39. Stup tlic Thinar that CnTMM It anil ihr: Couffh itIII Stopltnitlf A courIi is roallv one of our best friends. It warns us'tliatithere is inflam-niatiun or obHtruction iii' a danserouA placp. Therefore, when you get a bad coUj{li don't proceed to dose youirgtlf with a lot of drufta that merely "Stdp" tho cough teinnorarily hy deadeaiHK tho' throat nerves. Treat the oauae-Ileal the inflamed membranes. Here is a homemade remedy that gets riRht at tho cause and will make un obstinate couch vanish more quicklv than you ever thouffbt-pOB- > Bible. " � ' , Put 2% ounces of Pincx (50 cenU worth) in a 16-ounce bottle and ill! the bottle with plain erattulatsd aumr\sy,tup. This' gives you 16 ounces of tne moat. pleasant and eilectivo remedy you ever-, nscd. nt a cost of onlv 84 centi. No bbtiier.. to prepare. .Full directions with Finex. : It heals the infli^med . UiambrAaea i so ?;ently and promptly that ybu wonder how t docs it. Also lQQ�*Bg'a-dry, hoarse op : ticbt coukIi and stops the fomatinn ot nhlegm in the throat and bronchial tubes, j, thus endinff the porWstent- loOBo' couxb;  Pinex in a highly oonoehtrvted win-pound of Norway pine, extract, rich in truaiacol, and is famous tlie world over : for its healing olTaat'on-the venbcmiM'i To avoid diaappointmeni, �ik your V druRgist for "2% ounces of ,lPlaex," and j don't accept anythinpt elte.' A KUiiraiitea of absolute satUfaotlon, or money prompt-, !v refunded, Roes with this preparatioAil Tho rine.r Co., Toronto, Ont CARELESS USE OF ' ' SOAP SPOILS THE HAIR '1915 1595 1430 89.7 1628 IN ANNUAL CONVENTION Regina, March . Si,-SI.k hundred reeves, councillors: and ' secretary-treasurers of r.ural . municipalities from all four cornel's of tlie province of Saskatchewan- assembled' in the city today for annual convention. Soap should be Used "very carefully, . If you want to keep your hair looking � Its best. Most soaps and prepared -shampoos contain too much alkali,. This dries the scalp, makes the lialr brittle, and ruins It: The best thing for steady use is just ordinary mulslflcd cocoanut oil (which is pure and greaseiess), and Is better than tho most expensive soap or anything else you can use. One or tv/o teaspoonfuls will cleanse tho hair and scalp thoroughly, Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in'. It makes an abundance : ot rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, removing every particle of.; dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive olii; The hair dries quickly and evenly,: and it leaves tho scalp soft, and tho . hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous,; fluffy and easy to manage. ,: You can get mulsifled cocoanut-ojl > at any pharmacy. It's very cheap, and: a few ounces will supply every mem-^: ber of the family for months.-Advor-; tlsement. ' i  REPRESENTATION IN, MAI�ilTOBAc WAS REDUCED BY 0NE.7 Winnipeg, March 7.-Qrand" Rapids and Cliurchlll and Nelson, two constituencies In Manitoba's added territory, are to be merged In one under the name of Rupert's .'Land, and a Ijye-el^ctlon will-be held', In'the new,) constituency next-sumtt�r. : Premier Norrls, in the legislature today, moved the second reading of bills making provision to tlie foregoing effect. GOOD TO CliABITie^ l.K)ndon, March 8.--a! dlapatoh tQi Reuter'a from Buohnreat says, that Uie late Dowager Queen 13ItzabotU of, Hii-mania, in a wlU dated OotQbep-14, 1014, loav.Qs all.of liflr property In,Rp'i mania to Rumanian clmrUaV>l8-ln(itlf tutlons. and all hpr property ;Jn Oor tnany to the (amIUos ot Prlnj)e WlJi-lam of Wlod, former'rulor of a\Vit�lftl and Prlnco Victor ot Wlod. , ^' iiniHiHniiiniinniiMiwiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiinuiuii'MiiiiuuumuiiiiiingiiHUHiiiiiumuiiiiimimiiiniiuiiiii The Crest of (he Overseas Companies Reinforcing the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry: No. I Company ' ,' ' Raisti by Capl, Qrti�tr-_^i Barclay, and ,! � No. 2 Company ': ? '; RataeJ by Cafii. ^eorje*'S' McDonald, half, part bf ihe^^ 'Princcta Pah", ii>Uh /Afi,;;?.! Canadian DiDl'lont alihe fronJiviV No. 3 Company '^-0. Ratted by CapU Evi, V, Now rcporttdIn rroiwM.: , No, 4 Company Rahed by Capt, � Eve,'-: y \ V'^.M S^(l^ lro(nln|,(n j^ng(ontf.|;'t No, 5 Company Now hting irdntdby^Mkmiit McKagau) in Mantled; ; ^oj " > No, 6 Company , - ^^vV? � . Recruiting OifceJi.', Office M Ftctory : Tbe GiU�tte Buil(U�n,^Mofttr�V.r-l" W ':�|^ffliWrr'i University Companies Rejnfoi'qngth^ . From East and West they're rallying,, these keen younig college men, to uphold the glorious record of the fighting "Princess Pats"., Taught by the experience the boys already at the Front, those training now all. have-or want-a GILLETTE Safety Razor It's a favorite gift from those left behind, for it means to the boys more real comfort and satisfaction than you could ensure for them in almost any other wfiiy. So if you, graduated so long ago that you cannot go overseas yourself, in the name of yourAlma Mater send a Gillette to some brave lad: wHo can. 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