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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 11. 191� THE LETHli.RlDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Ml PURE BLOOD BRINGS BEAUTY Pimples, Blackheads, Boils, and Poor Complexion Vanish by Using Stuart's Calcium Wafers VALOR COLLAR S�me Etyle in finer fabric, 3 for 50c. CECIL In higher collar, 1\ inches, 2 for 25c. SHORNCLIFFE 7^ GOTC A The Willi�mi,Gfe'ene & Rome Co., Limited M�k�rtof Fine Shirts, Berlin, Ont. no EDMONTON BEARCATS ARE ALBERTA HOCKEY CHAMPIONS Calgary Victorias Defaulted in Failing to Take Trip to the Capital Calgary, March 3.-The Calgary Vies, championB ot the souHiern section of the Alberta Amateur Hookey Association did not take the Kdmou-ton train tonight^ to play off for the Alberta title and the Kdmonton Bearcats probably will be the provincial champions by default. The Vies held out for a guarantee of $125 after Edmonton had offered to give ?S0. L. A. Lambert, vice-prcRl-dent ot the A.A.II^A. kept the tele-sraph and telephone wires busy all day and Anally got the Bearcats to agree to a guarantee of ?il2. or .^125 It tlie gate \varranted it. Then Mr^ Ijambort started out to find Walter Green tlio Vic's manager, but wa.s unsuccessful in his quest. ^Their failure to make the matcli ami to play off the Bearcats for the cliani-pionship is unfavorably commented on by Calgary sportsmen tonight. SIECHER OMLABOR DAY 1 Latest Report of Meeting of Two Foremost Wrestling Artists of the World ; l)ea .MoineH. March tO.-Gene .Md-!afly, Omaha ))romotRr, is authority for ! (he statement tliat lie has options on ; botli Gotcli and Stocher, for a matcii j provided Gotcli is sure lie can come ] back and that tlio bout Is likely to be staged in Omaba on Labor day. Ho confident is Melady that" he will secure the match that ho has an option on the fair grounds in Omalia for Ijabor Day and expects to erect an arena which will bold u $li)0,000 crowd. . . I It all depends on how Gotch feels (after being in training a few weeks, I for he realizes that Iowa men will ! bet a fortune on him if he re-enters the game, and lie wants to be sure lie is himself again. FEDERAL HOUSE WON'T PROROGUE UNTIL APRIL 21 Ottawa, .March 10.-Now that tlie government Is nnliUely to permit an investigation of sliell contract dealings, the session will proliably be over by the middle ot April or soon after. The debate on Sir AVllfrid HAVEN'T GOT TIME TO PLAY FOR ALLAN CUP 'I'oroMlo, .\larcli in.-There is not miuli lilieliiiuoil of tli(' Itlvcrsidi'K. !)roHi�.'c;iv(? rbani-liioMs or tilt' (). 11. ,\. senior serioH. v.n\\VA west in (|Uc;bl of llio Alliiii rii|). S(:'V('rnl of llic (ildvcru (iiiinol. .snar*' liic tlni';, :'n(l iirefcr iicccptinj; the invi-lation �,\tnii(i(>(l I bom to visit Sew Voik for a two-game series witii tlie Winnipeg .\Ioii-;ir(>liH ill till! .St. .\iclioUis rink. iVo pioftissional team will pjfiy in ,\'(!W York tills year, ai--lording to .Manager Kellowcii. of tlie .St. .N'icliolas rink, wlio is at picseni in Toronto. ' TRIAL PACKAGE MAILED FREE j All your ilroanis oi si bcinitiful. ; clear complexion can In- madn lo conic true. It niaki" no diffiMcncc iiow spol-! toil iind dl.sfigurcil .vmir fticc niiiy be iwllli pimples, blacklH'iiils, rczcniii or WHATTHE Press Agent ' SAYS Pantages Bill ; : : ? ? NEW RECORD FOR 600 YARDS XcwarU, N. .1.. -Marili 10.-Tbn woriil's record lime for a lidU-yard run. oslablislied by Tom Hal|)in in l!llt, was bettered for tiie second l-'ivf liiKli class liirn.s, cvt'ry one a , lii'iirllliicr, make up tlip licst bill v.liicli , lias xislli'd llu; Orplicnim tlicntrc Mils | reason mid whicli opens .Mondny. 'I'll!' opening net \h lioniPtliiiig out of jllic oriiiiiiiry-llic ( iniriiioiit i'.roliici-s ; iwidi a i(>V()l\lng litilrlcr. willi soiiif . ji'lown conicdy thrown in. i i ('lial)ot and Dixon in a iinisical | varii'ly arc just above any ,���(. of a ( similar nature. Clmbot workH won- ( (Icrs on tlio violin iiiul piano. I'layiim . jtlio pfiino whili' cm ills licad iind his i playing of tlio iiioci' of griind op"ra jwlMi one liand is a masfcrpioco. Dixon. | (ills icamniate. has a aoori votcM audi ilier costumes arc particularly smart land pretty.' .lean Ward and Harrison Terry ])re-seiit a crook skctcli that is along tlio (do�r '*o''""- PlCIUiS OF BIG FIGHI New- York, .March 10.-From present indications it looks as though no moving pictures will bo taken ot the Wil-lard-Moran nght, scheduled for .Madl-sim Square Garden, New York, March �Lh. Several tnotion picture companies have been bidding for the picture privileges, but as yet no offer has been accepted by Tex Rickard, promoter of tho bout, and in all probability tliero will be no screen editions of the artair. Different New York dailies have voiced a iirotest against having the Lflglit Hlnied on account of the possibility existing that the warriors might put forth their-best'efforts In order to projong thO' bout and make attractive pictures.. Tlic tllming. loo, would necessitate the iiiesenee ot liuge lights above the ring, and this would aild lo the discomfort of both spectators and boxers. Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the.'Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest aild Best D; E. MaicDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTOflCYCLE Aflent, 4Q7 8th 8t. 8, . - Phon� 1032 Uvena will be the bugler. The principals will rehearse tonight at tho "V" at 7.30 under tho dirootion ot Mr. F, Waddlngton, A full rehearsal w'ill be held on Tuesday night at 7,30 in tlio "Y" auditorium, ATHLETES GET RICH REWARDS ilike Gibbons has earned $100,000 in tliroo years In tlio ring. He got about $170 a second for his less-than-a-mlnute knockout over Young .�\bearn. Tod Sloan earned nearly $1,000,000 in 0116 year as a Jockey. Olirisly Matbowsoti has amassed a fortune through liis coniioctlon with ARROW COLLAR .qiHntr. FmW" � On Tfnn*?-il Joss Willard hasn't been uhnuiiilon a year, yet ho has earned about $2iJ0.-000, working on an average ot two hours jier day, Willie, on the other hand, you llnd Woodrow Wilson laboring oiglil, ten, twelve (ind somotime^is fourteen liours a day I'or a pnliry $75,000! --^- SEATTLE DEFEATS TRAIL Trull, B. C, March 10,-13y a scpre ot 8 to ". Seattle, liockey teatii last night defeated Trail before a crowd ot, fully 500 people, which included delogatoa to tho Western Federation ot .Aliuers at this city. At the Majestic I F. Stnart-Whyte's magniticent tour-, ing production of "Florodora" will be the attraction at the Majestic theatre on .March lilst and �iZwd. \ The interest tliat is being iiianifest-|ed In the present revival of the piece proves conclusively that "Florodora" ! has lost none of its popularity, al-tiiongli the llrst production was made i 11) years ago, and the forthcoming oii-igageiiieiU promises to prove a record .lireaker of uuisiiutl comedy receipts at the prices. BLANCHE RING, who appears in "Tli.e_Yatikee Girl," at Starland. .Monday and 'I'uesday. � t- Stop Backaches "Fine Featiiera," wliicli appears at Iho .Majestic theatre ne.Nt Tuesday and Wednesday, teaches a lesson that | has seldom been touched upon by the I average, economists. A part of tlio ] story is as follows: Bob Reynolds, a cement expert, living with bis wife in a New York suburb, is trying to pay 1 tor his home and keep his wife on 525 a week. Temiitation to cheat comes in the way of tlie young couple, in reward for which the wil'o can escape the bitterness of n life of constant denials. She iiersiiades her husband to accept a bribe anil pass on an inferior grade of cement for a great dam then in course of construction, 'i'liliigs went well for a while; the pair were uhle. to satisfy their social ambitions, (o tlie loss of their love for one another. Then came the crash, which is yprtruyed in one ot the most draniatic. scenes ever penned. The reserved seat sale opened at Hcdleys today. At Leading Shoe Stores J-^ECKIE SHOES are made in Western Canada's lai;g-est boot and shoe iTiunufacturiiig institution. Only the very best materials-very finest leather-highest grado workmanship goes into every pair. IjiOCIvlE Boots and Shoes are made for the climatic conditions ot Westetni Canada-to give absolute comfort and satisfaction. The name LECKIE is plainly stamped on every pair .Do not accept substitutes.. Krery. penny ,you.,pay ijo.r LUCKIK Shoes is for Shoes-not torduty, Besidbs g'ettii|g most for your money you do your part in keeping Caiiia- diau inoiiey at liome-when you wear . LEOKIB'S. ,V- 1 � �' � � f 'Built for Wear, Style and Comfort' Another pro-German paper, Tyomies published at Superior, Wisconsin, has been excluded from the Canadian mails under the war measures act. : At the meeting oftlie town council of GJadstone, Man., a license ifee ot $100 was. placed' on dealer's selliiig cigarettes.' 0 SIVNTAL c^psuut!. MIDV ot tho BLADDER relieved in 34HOURS Bu1%ars tl'ie (m| iwine *�- NilJ/ KmmrrnfKamiltrMUi --------" 'ifi* , Pan't conittlnln about ),.ilus in your liack \t1i?u the Temody lies riftht to huud. Cin Pills stop ,bticktwhe4, and the] imliirol way by going tig truutile !y do it ill- nn easy :llt to the root of the Oinpills ^j^FORTHEA KIDNCYft Oiii pills net on' the kidtievs nnd the hladUcv. Tlio' hIadUcv. riioy soothe nnd heal the inllnuieii ?rgntiH, :wliit:h are atusing the suffering. Ncgl(�. "FRUIT 8AIT" -nod beware of linttattoni I Preiiitrti only by J. C. ENO, Ul, "Frait Silt" Wtrkf,LONOON, tm,. ' !>sl