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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH l.}, igifi VHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE tHREB |l FaBtest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. '107 5lh St. S. - Phone 1032 s GREAT GOALMlGIL^^A^ii:^ FEAI IN ALLAN GAl A 1 J SEATING CAPACITY ONLY 12,000 brown .;. .; ? : : ? : : ? > : : : Winnipeg, .\larcli 12. PliPMomeiim ';' Ronl-lfliiilinfi li.v I'liptain IJHrnpy \lc-1 *;' TplKiie, siipported by soriit- wondiMfnl , *;* I ilefonsivc tactics, fiiuililfid tlii' Tori I ';� Wlllliiiii ]ni(!k clmners to hold tlw I iKhari) stiooling- iniicliiriR liMn squad of; Y'iIi" 'vJnI battnlloii to a loiii' to cmr ' ';'|aiK at .MadlBoii Sipiarc ('larilen. where the bin Wlllard-.Moraii /Ifilil will be held In .S'ew Vork: Total sealinj; capiidty I^.Uiin Total receipts ____. . . .iJM.-.,,'iUU fi;�tlniated e.xpeiises .. ll,",ri(i(i Ualance for proinolers :',(),(ion l-tOO scats at $2."i each. :15,()0U 2000 seats ^t $20 each. 4u,00n ' lOOO KOatM at $ir. each. l^.OOO 2000 Hcalsf at $lu each. 2().00il 2000 Hcats at |T each. U.OOO 1000 aeatK at ki> each. 2o.ouo .'lOn seals at each. l..ioo Total receipt!^ .....$Hi-,.r,ou > ? LLON-BEAIFLYNN IN GO AT iW YORK WHAT CAUSES COLDS? 'This (|iicslioii is asked c\crv clay. A cold is iciilly a fcvci. not always caused by llie wcailin (rilcn due lo di.'iordcif^d iiiood oi l.n ly cm iihinj; tin-, blood i and .so render ilic sysicni better a1lle lo withstand ilu- vaiyinj; e.leinciit.-.. 'Ihis is the iiiiportani rea.soii why Scott's l''.imilsi(in sliovdd alw.ns Ik; uken for colds, and ii does mote- builds strength to piccent sii kness. Scott's Kimilsi'ih (ontains .N'.Ttiiie's luil cvpcnililure showin;; a surplus of rare slreiiglii-btiildiiij; f.its. so .skiilfullv *o i.:;7 l.:iu on workiiin acDuiit. 'I'lu' blended that the Mood protils fi.Mu l'lKhl> .uralin.'d with the re. J 1, r f , ,1 iHull or 111" vears me'rations. anil says every drop. Jl f>ee fnur. h.innlul i,,,, , ,,H.pavers .ould b.- iniluccd to �diiiKs. Sold at duiK sioics-always ,|, ,,11 i,,,,.); ,,x,.k the city would get the genuine. 'liave on Ininil cuoukIi nioufv lo uiaki' scull ft notiiic. �i"i(.iiin, Oiii. li-U (a bi); ri'iliiction in Ihis yal's ta.\ rale. ''I'lie sialeineiil siiliniltled b\ tile mayor --� Is .subject to audit, liiit will show lillb' TY HAS SUR ON WORKIN AGCOUN Maycii- llardic lias prf|iai''il 11 vlaie-nu'iit si'tliiiK fiM'tb the leliilioii be-iwi^Hii llic I1U."> cslliniitcs and the acl- RECRUITS M WANTEl) OM: IU .M)IU:I) Hccrnils wjmlnl ioi- the \V�',siI('rn I'liivorsilU's UjiKnrnui, Ni�. VM), K. F. SERGEANT W. J. MCKENZIE IS NOW RECRUITING FOR THIS BATTALION AT THE Y. M. C. A. THIS BATTALION IS BEING MADE UP OF PROFESSIONAL MEN: HIGH SCHOOL MEN; BUSINESS MtIN OF ALL KINDS, AND THEIR FRIENDS. mmm take a m HOLD N.H.A. CHAtlS change wlii'ii tlir amiiior's reporl is heil. It Inllcnvs: .-Surplus THE I'K; (HUINTS HIS N\ AY INTO UU.U .SOCIETY Idif \\oli^s MilaSe laxi': l";\. I'm- yi'iir , i-'ire dept. I'sl , I';x. for yar 'Sl . $ I 1 .lilMl.ltll . . ' .-'.."'IT.l.'^ ,$17.1 IT.I.S . .. :!:;.tS.l.'i;l ----------- ti:;,ii:;2.:ir' 2!i.20e.u(i ... 2T.tll.-..ll Police, lelief ami Ihilii. Siii'l. esl. K\. for yi'iir .... Now '\'ork, March 11. -.lack Dillon. ^ of Indianapolis. oiitfoUKht .Ihii Flynn j ihe ruehlo fireman, 5n a lorouud | liout here last night. At tiuie.s the men 1 stood toe lo toe and oxchanKcd fierce  head and body blows, with hMyiin uijually the aggressor. Klynn weighed 1!I0 and Ulllon 171 pounds. MISS BJURSTEDT NET WINNER Captures Double Honors With Mrs. Frederick Schmltz .New York. .March II.-Miss .Molln ll.iur8teilt, national chamiiioii. and .Mrs. Frederick Hchmitz won the doubles honors in the llnal round in the Invitation lawn tennis toiirnament. Picking Winner of A mericari Le ague OMINENIATHLBES .OCK10 THE COLORS ' .Mo/ilrcal, .Marcli 12. -Oier .";Ui)0 people wilnesseii ih" di'cisive ilefeal Of Ottawas by the Caiiadiens at tlie .Mo:ilreul arena Saiurda.v iiiKliI. Die .score being -I to 1. By tills victory 1 Ihe Cunadiens liavc aIi�i looks like a strangle hold on ilie clianipionsliip , esiiinni (If llui .National Hockey association |.;x, for vcar for tlilf aeaaon. as llii- Ollawji lewni would have to win iin- iwo reinaining ' Hcliednled game.s from trie Canadieiis to come out ahead. Tiiu l''renelimcii toned ilie pa^e from start to /Inl.'-li. � Ultawas' single score was made in tlu' second period. As tlie game pruuressed there was 11 steady procession of ulayers to the I penalty liench. niosily for minor offences. ieiilili Dt'p. : t'A, for year i-'inauce esliinale l':x, for y>'ar .... 1.7!i4.Si; 2u.i;"'.!i. I.-. 1 i.iii;',i,:;i :i,.-,7ii.l I 7.SfJ.IMI I.77s.'.Ml :j.u;'.:^. I u 7.1 L'L'.IIII 1;,.''lit.112 .".27.IIS 22! l'):; :'.,".,si7.i7 WILLARD NO LONGER ALLOWED TO WORK LITTLE SIDE GRAFT $r,4,:!7t,'.tn : Explanation Finance Surplus ilinludes interesl on arrears ta.V's) Deh, i.avn.euts allowed ..$ 1 :i0.0tiii.iiu l!iir, debits ............ nS.2U'.0� Toronto. Ont. .March one all the prominent 11.- One athletes C'hicago.-One of the real interest-Ing features of ilie new Clilcago Cub team Ilie coming senson will be the coineback of .Mordecai Hrown in .\'a-lional l.'-Hgue elides. The famous Iliree-lingered veteran showed that lie ^ '~ � - - -__ Baliiice $117!!''"it able of delivering a > victory : Thtt Pioneer Sport ing flub has been ^,,.,,,, |Vv. delk'dl allowed! .$ ;i7io(iri'.mi often last vear In Ihe Federal j auspeiided by .the .Stale Allilelic I'0111- j,,,-, ^|�,.,|,,|, ............ :.'|i,xl I,!iO i league. It is just 12 yea>-s ago this :f"'' c>"n'ging tor a bout w^^^^^^^^^^ ---------- , . . , ,',] ,|, ,gaiiist each other when have been going lately there will belnie Cnbs and Giants mot. Brown few athletes of nolo not In khaki. 1 ,.a,ie out ahead of the .(iianls" star ( t'U.\TINfi;ll ll!0.\! By Hugh Jennings Detroit, Boston, New Vork. Chicago, St, l.onis and WaRhlngloii--these are the teams I plclc lo fight it o\it for the inif) AinericaiL I-eaKue jiennant. Oetroit, Boston and Chicago should ' be the pace-setters with tlie other teaius keeping close enougli to tlie front as to he able to slip In any timo one of the leaders stumbles. Detroit, with a poor pitching slafl'. tlnished three games behind Hoston in the 11115 race. The Tigers will have a belter staff of hiirlers in liiKI and If Dauss and CoveleiTkl get some real helii we will come mighty close to winning. Look over the list: J,ou Scholcs and Hob Dibble, rowing champions; Tom I Longboat, the fuiiio\is Indian runner; 1 Dun .lohnson. holder of the auititeur ! lio.ting title; and last, hut not least, j Geo. Goulding, who is without a peer M.s � walking performer. , Goulding unlisted at last nighl's rally of Ihe Sportsmen's battalion, and he is iiy long odds the most notable recruit to Join the regiment in some lime. The Sportsmen's battalion is living up to its name. hurlcr about twice as often as lie lost. �"lioNr I'.MiK) thai He LOWERS66' YARDS RECORDS A BE HELD IN CAE' Chicago. March II.-'I'he Vanderbilt cui) and the Grand Prize automobile races were awarded lo Santa Monica, Cal.. by the contest hoard of the American .Jiuiomohlle a>;soclailon .vestor-day. Klgin. a suburb of Chicago, was a bidder for the races and Ihe Intorma-ition that Santa Monica was selected 1 was received by Ihe BIgiii promoters ! ill a lelegram from .Vew York. Tlila Us the second time that Santa Monica ihas been awarded Ihe two classics and ' Copenhagen. Mai rh 12. via London, -.-Xiiierlcan amaienr pugiilsis were 'vietorlous iiitwo of the three classes lof the American-Uanish bor.iiig cham- pionsiiips. which were decided hereJTIien came llii! news thai He was today. The winners were: risen and the world took luipe again. l2.5-pouud class-.lohu .Malouey. olf,(;o,i is workiti',; out the problems of' ;st, Rita's C'athollc club, Philadelphia, the world gradiuillv and Ilie Clirisliau Middleweight class-.lohn Karpen- ^orld Is growing in sircngtli in e\eiv ski. of'tlie Cleveland .Vlhlctic club. direclioii. Heavyweight class.-Valdeniar .len-1 -phe speaker congratulated the peo-sen, of Denmark, who defeated \\'ilj|,ip of Lethbiidge on the line ediiice. Uiam Sepngler. of the I'nion Settle-s,,(.ond anniversary of the build-iment, .New York City. : i,j. ,f whicli was then being celebral- 1 -r---=rr.-----=1 i(.(i. He declared the building was .MAW CASE'S OF "V, � f proof not onl.i of tlie faith of the peo. pie In tjieir citv liiit of their faltii In HMl^l'MATISM , NOWU'.od and the future of the Christian _____._[churdi. Says We Must i acid. Rreumatism Is caused by jioi ioaouH "Mderbllt cui> will be run on Thanksglv- of the race. Plilladelphiii. Mar(di 11. -James ,,eii �� lu.-. i�w r, The race should tie one of the great-1 Meredith, the l.'nlversily ol' Pennsyl-| ,1,1,.,, ,i,,. Hmt Calirornla has est in the history of the American j vania and Olympic champion rniiner. ; (,g|p,.i,.,i ,, ,,.om.ore tliem. The.V circuit-perhapB the greatest. There ; imnji; up a now world's record at the ! ,.,, ,,^^1 Xoveaiher. The Van lire five well liiiliincod teams and Ihe ' a,uuai indoor athletic meet of ihe addition of l^'rank Baker has made | Aiamiowhrook duh here tonight w !ien the New the "dnrk horse" j iie iownred his own , rtctirea for (itiO I yards from one minute, 2,! 2-5 seconds to 1:21 l-r> and came within one second of ennalllnK the outdoor record for the same dl.'tance held by Homer Bilker. .Meredith defeated David S. CnUhvellaud James B. Burke of the Uoslon Athletic, association, and llor-i-er Baker, unattached, Caldwell was second ami Uaher third. Merodilli led words of the te.xt. - He said there seemed at the lime to be a aurfeit of toxin, calleil uric add. which is - 'ix:-I things, which as mucli as the rated in th" bowels and absorbed inloj|m.ij ,|- niaterlal things will produce tlie blood. It is tiio function of llu limsaimiam. The pessimist is the man; kidneys lo filter this acid from ihe|^^.,,y always chooses the; blood and cast it out in Ihe urine, i'he pores of the skin are also a means ol wni>sl. The speaker then went on to deal with the value of hope in life. lll':nr!lL/V-ol.'wh,.?'""'''^ "" ! l'.'-^ "f 'h'*^ i'>H' """" the optimist lack of weak and sluggish and fail to elimin-I� "o}'" f'"'," ale this uric add which keeps arcum-1 �' *-;i"'l�'anity. Hope is that which ulaling and circulating through tiie'^'"'"'' �dverslty into victory, sysleiii, eventually settling In lhe| The Growth of Wesley Joints and muscles causing sliffnoss, i Melliodlani reached the site of l,eth-.soronesH and pain called rlienmatlsin ; bridge In .lime ISSO, wlien Hev. .lohn At the first twinge of rlieumatisni | McDougall and Uev. .lolin JlcI.ean, get Cioni nny pharmacy abotil foul j together with llev. Ale.xnnrier Snther-ounces of .lad Salts; iint a tablespoon ilaiid, general secretary of missions, ful In a glass of water and drink be jand a party of teiicliers, arrived at lore breakfasl eai'h morning for withe river hottnni here from Toronto, week. Tills Is said to eiiniinate uric i Rev. .Mr, .McLean, as the first .Method-acid by stimulating the kidneys tojist missionary in Southern Alberta, nurmul acllon, iluis ridding the blood was established on the Blooil Iteserve. of these impurities. When the mines al the river bottom .fad Salts Is inexpensive, liarmless. ]i,ai| ijeen in operation for two months JUST ARRIVED SCOTCH SHORTHORN pULLS OF THE VERY BEST BREEDING THESE BULLS WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE ' , On FRIDAY, MARCH the 17th, j WE WILL ALSO OFFER FOR SALE ABOUT �' � Head ol", marcs and ;i>('ldiiij;^.s, two d .slallion.h and al>oiU 25 i'oaVh due to 'air in a'Shoi't lime. . LOOK FOR NEXT WEEK'S HERALD' FOR FURTHER PAR' TICULARS. LETHBRIDGE SALES .BARN, 3RD STREET SOUTH H. O. ROLLOG, Prop. . J, A. SMITH. Auctioneer diaimv was the Urst In the history of the academy to win the Uitters In four sjiorls. Ho was the slar of the army-navy football game' last fall, and also w'bh on the baseball, track and baskolbaJl teams. piece "1 don't care nuich for that the ordlestra is playing now." "Why.- that's rulurist music". "Oh, is that, It'.' AVhy don't they play It some lime in the future then'.'" to hold stakes. Largest Slock in the West. Best Values Obtainable WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES ATHLETIQ'SUPPLIES � :,Ur^lFO,nMS'AtSD':$liOES GUNS AND AMMUNITION TENNIS, AND GOLF. BASEBALL AND FOOTBALL FISHING AND CAMPING BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES SKATING & WIN;]['pR |PpRTS Alex. Martin Sporting Goods Go. �7 WHOUESALii AND RETAIL 231 EIGHTH AVE., E, LIMITED CAtOAIvY taylor to wrestle at Kellogg Kellogg, idaho, March 11.-A handicap wrestling match has been sched-nled hero for .March 111, at which time .lack Taylor, llu; big grapplcr of Spokane, will go to the mat with John l.nUunen, the burly KInn wrestler of Silver King. Taylor agreeing, to throw th^ Finn three tjmes In 45 mlnnles, los angeles secures zabel. Chicago, March U.-Information w'as received here today from Tamyia, I I'Ta., where the Cubs are doing their j spring training, that Pitcher (Jeorgo iZabol has boep turned over lo the Los Angeles club of the Paclllc Coast league under an optional agreeinenl, and Is made from ihe acid of grapes and lompn Juice, combined wllii liihla and' is used witli excellent results by with Wi'.i. Stafford aa manager and (^ai)t. Bryant as aupmintendonl, llev. Mr. McLean held the-Urst services thousands of I'olks who are subject: i,ere. In 1S8I and l.S.Sii Rev, WoUing- lo rheninallsm. Here you have i-pleasant, effervescent liihia-aler drink wliich, overcomes uric acid and 1.^ henefldal to your kidneys as well. .] n. lUglnbolham & Co., Ltd.. druggists GOTCH THROWS DEMETRAL I^OH Angeles, March I r,"-Kraiik lloloh won two straight falls in his match with William DemetrRi, tho Chicago Greek, thus nUnchlug his title as the world's champion at catch-as-, calch-cun. TO BE SOLD AT Mabel-So you asked papa for my I hand',' Did he give you any encour-i agoinent'.' Arthur-Well, no, hut he gavo mo � a drink and a cigar, so I had no UlCk jf' comlne," , , Mairh 15(li, VMX The Hui'dett Social llail And Lot 1, Hlock 12. a-I.SA, BURDETT. ALBERTA To the highest bidder TERMS CASH For further liiformaiion apply to , M. E, RYGG-  : �Secretary Burdett; Social,' Club, Burdett,-Alberta. � ton Bridgman. mlsBlonary at Medicine Hat. took up Hie work opened in i.etliloldge. lu the latter year �ev. Mr, Bridgman held the tlrsi service-in the u.bper levels of the town in the billiard room of the Lethhridge Hotel, which had been oVectod by the latc'l .Mayor Mendersbn. In i8S7-8S the Urst! MoUiodlst church  was, erected In j Lelhbridge and in 1.!;?9 Rev. Jah. En-dicoti was sen! as the first student misBlonary to the city. In 190't the old Wesley church on .the corner of Hrd Avenue and gth Street was built, during the pastorate of Hev. Mr. llughson, now of Grace church. Win-Inipeg, In l!U;i-H the now edifice was j built and dedicated,- at a coat of $100,-00(1, The present chiirch was opeiicd with a inemborshlp of 'iCn, while today It boasts a tuenibership of 482. LORD DESMOND KILLED Paris. March 7.-Major Lord Dess moud rntzgerald, Klrst Battalion, Irish Guards, and hrotlier of the Duke of Leinster and heir presumptive to that title, was accidentally killed, says a Calais despatch to The Mat'ln. lie was exp'orhnontlng in his tept with a UBW kind of bomb when It expiodnd, and a fragment strucH him In the head.Mo was taken lo' a hospital and died an hmir later. . Liorfl UeAmond was; wounded In liat-! Ho lU the heelnnliie,;^!' 'tlie wfir, and was lueplloned In UespatcliBS for dl.s-llngulshod service,; Ifn was born. In 1SS1>, and oducHCid ul Ulou, i r--^---'------v 13nhi:si:k\ El) 2;',i2Vj miles southwest.of Noblelord, and 4 liiiles nortlieaat OfMonardi. ; ' Having sold Ills I'Hrm, .l.'A; Sifiiili, Auctioneer, .has receivel In-f5l ructions frpm T. lipkker to sell at public aiictloii and without reserve, the toUowing:-, , . , HORSeS-l Hay gelding, 7 years oldr I2.'i0 lbs., years old, 1250 lbs., 1 gj'ev mare, (i vears old, l;10O lbs., 1 grey mare,; ,ii yoarSjOld, l;IOO Ifis., 1 bav mare. .S years old. ' 1 bay mare, 10 yearn old, 1:1110 lha., 1 bay mare, lbs.. I bav mare, 0 vears old. 1200 lbs.. 12U0 lbs., 1 hay goldlng. ti years ol .i ' IMPLEMENTS-2 KIglil-loot Ueering binders, I 10 do'ufjle illHC A'lin i.?rnul press drill, 1 20 single disc Van Brunt drill,- 1 la-inch � ; ICmorsoii gang iilow, stubble and breaker bottoms, 1 JolinDgoro'' 1 bay marc, 7 1 grey' liiare,; �in foal, 1350 lbs., hi rears oldi';:i400 1 bay, gelding, a years old, 1 l-.O lbs, 1 geldiug, 2 r.morson gaug lu.oi,........................... Iii-lndi: sulky plow, sinbble and breaker hotloms, J J-siiCtlon Ciuup-;. bell packer," I .lohn Deere disc lii-incli 111. I ;l-8eclion. harrow. 1; 12-fool Cvcione weed destroyer. I Foster automatic tanning mill, l:r grain picklor. 1 hay rake, 1.'ti-Vopl mower, ] democrat-buggy, 4'sots  "double team harness, I, set, single buggy . iiarness, alsonpiwloa, shovels. ;i new sieel granaTles never used, 1 unloading  grain elevator. , . ^ . . IvjEW, HOUSE FURNITURE-2 Iron bedsteads, spi'lugs (iiVijr niatlresscs, 1 single bedstend, .'i x-f., H cook atov�vl-;ftt�cy.. parlor stove, I healing stove,- I, large iuxIbdsIoii table, 1 klloUeii tablBfl 10 chalis, 1 glass, cupboaiil, 1 coiuoile, I (l�lffoiii\>w,-2, largo; carpets 1 dlniiei^p^t, 1 lollet sei, I; sewing macUIne, aiiiira nmnij^rf of other Hi'ilgles.-",;j ' � ,. ,'�'' �.''V ��:',^'^'i;'iV^v'.;^.  TERMS!'-MI },uins of ^10 and undoi, easli 0\er lliHfi'amount. ' '^1 S months' erndlt imhnlilBhlnw nnnrovfil lolnt^iiotHS'ui-8v0er*0eiU;V*.'i!.>'i' except On th�' ,,'or ;ca8li. ISvorythhig i-^vUl -lie. aoid, an tlmi (nvii.�('vhpsi-i80l^ ;lvfe..;tti,f'ra(t:;fT^^^^ H, � ;J. A. .8MITHVi'A'�itt'oft8'o�S^�*�J iv&niAS';S-Sl;l'?:i^^M T. DEKKER, prop. FREE LUNCH, 1^' 4918 ;