Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
FUIDAY, MARCH 10, IttUi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE ENSURE PUBLIC SQUARE DEAL IN mURO-MORANGO -:--^ PromolerH Will Have to Make Suttnble Arningenicnts wilh Stale Alhlctic Commission CvT I JESS VVILLARD IN TRAINING FOR MOUT WITH MORAN Betting 10 to 8 in Favor of Wil-lartl-Assemblyman to Try To Stop Figlit \V1K(! imic'.li Tlie clium])ioii boxing in Um I'ioneor Sporting club In Xew York. Tlic New York, March it.-Willi Uio vlinv to Kal'esiiardlnff tlio |)iil)li(;'M intorusi tile Hlnto nllilutic r.oninilKHion lodaj.-Ijitorrogiitod Tox UicltunI, pvoniotor of llie Wlllard-Movun boiil, und Secretary I'Mwurds untl .Maniiscr .loliiislon | or the show corporation nnilur whoso [ atiflplcea tlie bout will be lield. It waH uwr'eod that all ticket re-o.elpts, purse and torfoUs be placed i with a Htnkoliolder amenable to tlie ' coniinlHSloners and arccplabld to the i I)romolors and loanayerH who should j paj- out no nionoy \nilil after the ligbt bad taken j)lacu and all contract conditions jierfonned. It developed that llie imrHO bad been IncreaBed t'rom $"0,000 to $71,-2,'JO, or wblcli Wlllard Is to receive i $4T,nou and .\loran $TJ,7^i>. I Women Watch Wiljard Train Tlie presciu.'e of ;naiiy women at .less Willard's training villi lite lii'.sl lew warm riiiy.s OPJ.iEl^ NOW -tiiid s^cl Uk,' i)iflc of llu' l)(>!sl cloliics. Oiif i'tiii,t,'(' of |)iill(Ti(.s wu.s inner Ik'IU'I' find wc't'c slili in n |)osllioii io onVr yoti ihc iisiiiil t>ood (iiudily tit PRICES AS LOW AS PREVIOUS YE.^RS, iiolwKli.sliiiidiiit,' (lie ndvyii-cerl prices on nil lines oT woollens. Come ill tnid let ns explnin \vhy Ave ctni (k) I Ills. SPRING SUITS Tailored to Measure $22.00 to $32.00 OFFICERS UNIFORMS WE SPECIALIZE IN MILITARY CLOTHES OF ALL KINDS OFFICERS UNIFORMS Tailored to Measure-Fit and Workmanship gimrantced, .\'r EASTERN PRICES. -WE INVITE INSPECTION- S McGuire inspector i on asking j team, played on his fii\st losing ag. ; ported. On February 1'.' gregation. I'p to this winter he haslVallance wired to Kdmont Jigured 1)11 winning teams from tbo j''or containers to be sent down that lime he sfarted to skate on the steel ^i'e might take samples of the muddy | blades. Some of the champions he i water lo be sent back for testing, has figured with are; Milton Out., liuis [These, however, have never yet ar-IftOH; Taber, .\lta., 190!l-IO-ll; Kdmon-I I'ived In Lethbridge. K. B. Owen came ton Dominions, 1913-14, and with Van-;'�'o weeks later and ordered that the couvor's world's cbampious, 1914-1,water be chlorinated. The samples; This season Vancouver were runners- ' fi'�" taken had been tested and found ! up, so Lloyd's record is still hard to ""t polluted. However, since | beat. .March 1st. ;n new cases had been re-; _:__________ ; ported, and now suspicion rests on i tbo milk. But no one dairy has en- ' The Largest E.xclusive Men's Clothing House in Southern Alberta I^FORLOIER ClPSAR[SCi meteoric. In less than a year he has scaled the top rung of the pugilistic ladder and will soon be matched with Freddie Welsh for the lightweight title. TOM FLANNIGAN'S APPOINTMENT Capt; 'I'om Flanulgaii of the Sportsmen's battalion, with headquarters at Toronto, was offered the post of phy-j.sical (liruolor of No. 2 military divis-' ion. involving the supervision of more ough cases among Its customers to cause suspicion to rest on any specllic point. .N'either is any one part of the city Infected more than another. There are seven cases among the Kil-,, .,^,,, ,� , - , I ties where pasteurized milk only is than .!0.000 enlisted mon of aie Can-|i,pi,g used. L'nder these e.ircumstan-adian expeditionary forces. He will [(.^^ thp m.h.o. thought a bacterl-accept the appointment. An enormous !,,oj,igt should be on the ground with 1 Craubrook, AlarclV 9.-E. H. Slater, a former resident of this city, arrived in town today en route home from AVaterdown, Onl., where he was called by the death of his father. -Mr. Slater is nov,- located at Chilliwack, where he is the junior partner* In the tirm of Orr and Slater, poultry breeders and dealers in poultry supplies. W. tiilclirist, manager of the P. Burns Co. branch here, has received notillcallon of his appointment to the -Macleod branch, and will leave for his new location as soon as his successor arriver. A. B. Macdonald arrived home today from Vancouver and Victoria, where he took part In the recent bye-elections. Dr. ,1. H. King la e.xpeclcd back Saturday afternoon. Kecrnit.s lo the 22r>th battalion are c(3ming in slowly. It is fell that Cranbrooks ipiola to this unit will be dllUcult to raise. The city is about drained of its young men. Olllcers of the battalion will make a whirlwind campaign sliurtly in an effort to muster the necessary. About fifteen hun- dred men have already gone from this district. Lumliermen are experiencing difficulty (n securing men for work in tb.e woods. Practically every- white lumberjack has left the country. ' . TROUBLE AT CARTHAGENA X .Madrid, via Paris/ March 9.-SIX workmen have been killed and a nuiiS-ber of other persons wotinded, til-eluding six policemen, In disorders resulting from the general strike which is in progress at Carthagena'. The strike has extended, to EI Ferrbl aiid" Barcelona. HI-Forrol'is ^tho chief navar arsenal In Spain. Grand Rapids, Mich.. March 9.^-lIorBos going to the post at the Grand Circuit harness meeting hero imxt summer will stop for purses totalling '?;i5,500, according lo the tontatlA'e programme arranged by Homer ,1. Kline, new secretary 'of the Furniture City Driving club, who has arrived here to arrange details ot the meeting. If the plans formulated by Mr, Kirne raaferlallze, (ho ?10,000 Ma-Irons stake, which featured the meeting hero last year, -will be run off hero again. Purses fof early closing events total 2,000. A dozen purses of $1000 oaoh for lato closliig events swell the tontativo total to .fSe.OOO, OLD-TIME BOXER DOESN'T CONCEDE MORAN A CHANCE Pittsburg, March 9.-.loo Cboynskl, the old time heavyweight, who Is now ho.\ing' instructor at tbo Pittsburg Athletic (dub, in discussing the coming contest between Frank Moran and .JpsR Wlllard, said that he icouldn't see where the Plttsburger had a life chance. "Not that I count '^'lllnrd a obnin-pion among champions," said Joo, "but because he Is the b^t ot tho lighters ot the present day." "I can't see where Jloran will over rearih Wlllard enough to felze him and I believe the big follow will v.-iii on points," How "Tiz" Gladcleiis Tired, Acliliig Feet - 1 NO MORE SORE, PUFFED UP, TENDER, ACHING FEET-NO CORNS OR CALLOUSES "Tlz" makes sore, burning, tired feet fairly dance with deUght. AwajT go the aches and pains, the corns, callouses, bUstora, bunions and chll-blalUB. "Tlz" diuws out Iho acids and poi-nons that puff up your foat. No matter how bard you work, how long you dance, how far you walk, or how long you remain on your feet, "Tlz" brings.restfIII foot comfort, "Tlz" Is magioal, grand, wonderful tor llrod, aching, swollen, smarting feet. Ah, how comfortable, how happy you feel, Vour feet Just llngle tor Joy; Bhoes uovor liurt or seein tight. Got a 25 cent box oi "Tlz" now from any druarslst, or dopavtmenl btore. End foot 'torture forover- wear smaller ahoo^, keep your feel treslv, gweet atid happy. Just think! a Whole yeai-'H foot comfort for only U cenlB,--Advertlsemont, PRELIMINARIES FOR BIG GO. Now York, March il,-Two star preliminaries may precede tho AVllhird-Moran bout on iriHrt^h 25. Tox niek-ard.'this promoter, wn>; Loiieful yosffcr-da.;' of securing Harry Wills and Sam MoVey, tho negro heavyweight, lo work In tho Hrst bout of the nighr. followed by a .lim Sullivan-Battling Lov-Insky raeullng. O, H. A. RESULTS Toronto, March 9.~Flrst ot homo and homo games 0,ll,A. senior final at Toronto. Hoturn gamii on iMonday. Klversldo 8, Boi-lln 1, ,;. .; �:> .;. ,;. .;. PLACE STECHER AHEAD OF FRANK GOTCH ** �* *l* ** Walter Miller, , the, nUddlswotght champion wrestler pud Charley Cutler, a good heavyweight grapplor, Iu classifying the wrestlers of this country, put Joo Steelier In flrst plneo and Frank Gotch In second place. This la touting tho Nebraska tarrnor pietty high. Ha has not yet demonstrated that he can beat Uqtcli, aiid despite the fact that Prahl; has. been ovit ot tho game tor (luite a spell and IpHearing tho 40-yettr old mark", ft loti of us are (rpin old Missouri.