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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEPNESDAY, MARCti 15, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE' ^V\LOR Same Style in a higher Collar, 2}" SHORNCLIFFE Tl� WILLIAMS CREENE 4 ROME Co. Limited Bethn, Onririo I MAr.jHS. OF FiHi SHmrT I lis Picking Winner in American League ES OAST HOCKEY AtlONS ON lY EAS To Play National Hockey Ass'n Winners for the Stanley Cup World's Honors By Fielder Jones I linvo biieii iiway from tlio American Lcag\ie so loiiK that It is impos-Blblo for mo to flmire th� probable linisli of- my team. 1 Uo, however, believe that St. Nou)� will be ia the nmning VIkIiI from Iho start. I have one of the laatest and best balanced'aKKrcBations in the circuit, but I cannot toll In advance how it win shape up wltli llio other teams on the hall (iidd. As a matter of fact, the only place to get results is out there on the diamond. But you can count on Fielder .lones and his Browns boinp: in tlie battle from the start to the llnish. Vrom what t have heard tho Boston, Detroit, Chicago, Wa.shlnKton and New York teams are all strong. This IJoinK 'I fact, I ex.nect to see one ot tlie greatest races In ba.seball history. And don't loose sight of Mack, for Connie is liable to spring a surprise. Portlaad, March 14.-The Portland team of llie Pacinc Coast Hockey league, winners of tlie league championship for the season Just closed, left today for the east to play a world's championship series with the team winning tho championship ot tho N. H. A. The contenders In t.hc eastern leaKue ton world's series honors are Canadleus oE Jlontreal and, and the world's series will bo played at one ot these cities. Tho Portland team will stop en route to play nn exhibition game at Ilougliton, Mich., and after the series will appear in New York. ; ? > ? > > ALLAN CUP FINALS THURSDAY. AND SAT. Winnipeg, .March 14.-The Allan cup hockey series for 1916 wD! be wound iip this week, when the filsl battalion team, champions of Manitoba and lioldcrs of tho cup, will meet the HeRlna Vies, cliam-plons of Saskatchewan, In a two-game series on Thursday and Saturday nights. Opposition Flayed in the House' by Sifton ? : : > > : : ? ? : ? : : N 10 RACE CK 191] Big Man Y.M.C.A. Work Coming Here .Mr. Taylor Station, tho Y. .M. C. A. national boys' work secretary, will Visit tho Lethbrldge "Y" on Tuesday, March 21al. .Mr. Statten is the biggest figure i;i Y. SI. C. A. boys' work in the Uominion aind his presence hero should create a stir la "Y" circles. The boys' work council �will plan a suitable program for that evening, which should prove entertaining and edifying-. Mr. Statten is an authority on boys' work and will give an invaluable address. Announcements will follow shortly "giving a detailed program tor tiie evening. GRIFFITHS SHADES 3E1ECHER Cnhimbu:!, Ohio, Jlarcli 14.-.fohnny Orifhlhs ot Akron, Ohio, was given a shade over Willie IJeecher of New Yor); in a 12-round bout hero tonight. The decision v,!is made by newspap-erinou at the rfiisiKido. Tho weights wore: Grimtlis 145, Boochov 142. TOQKE BROS �  t- I M IT er o . TOOKE BROS., Limited, MONTREAL Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best GUNSMITH and INDIAN IMOTORCYCLE Agent, i107 5th St, S. - Phone 1032 CATARRH ottho BLADDER roliBvcil In' 24 HOURS Taberite on the Team Among the champion Portland team is Alt. Barbour, formerly ot the Taber "Chefs," for years Southern Alberta amateur liockey champions. Lloyd Cook, another of tho Taber "Chefs," represented Taber last year as a member of the Vancouver team, Pacific Coast champions. I.,ondon, March 14.-Sir Thomas Llpton In tt letter to the Essex Yacht Club says he hopes to compete next year for the America's cup. ; Sir Thomas in I'jiS built the yacht i Shamrock IV'., which was to liave i raced off Sandy Hook the following year with tho American cup defender Ueaoluto. The Shamrock IV. arrived In Xuw York shortly after the outbreak ot the war, but the races were postponed and the challenger was housed in a Brooklyn shipyard, where ' it now is. ; ? ? : ; : : > > : PROGRESS OF UPPER TRAIL The second act of tho "Y" boys' play, "The Upper Trail" was rehearsed last night when Norman Higlnhotham, as Mr. Hanley, the boys' work director, was very m,ucb In evidence. Tho scene Is the "Y" summer camp and portrays tho usual camp activities. The next rehearsal will bo held on Thursday night at T.l'.O and every member of the cnst should be present. .;. .> .> STRATFORD ATHLETES JOIN SPORTSMEN'S BATTALION Stratford, March 14.-Two ot the beat athletes In Western Ontario have boon accepted by the Sportsmen's 180th battalion In Toronto in the persons of Wally Reynolds and Harold Gillies of this city. Ileynolds is a star junior hockey football and basketball player. Gillies is also a member of tho Stratford auln-tette in tho junior series ot the Ontario Basketball Association. He has won many prizes In various branches of athletlcB. It is probable that other Stratford athletes will put on the uniform of the popular Toronto battalion of sportsmen. EX- ST0I1IS8E MILlIARy SERVICE victoria. March 14.-Prank Slavin, ox-prize fighter, who was arrested In Victoria on byo-eiectlon day charged with running a bllud pig, and who was afterwards turned over to the military authorities because he he-longed to the West Scots, was anm-marily dismissed from the service, and the Incidents leading up to his arrest and the facts in connection with the military authority over him are to be made the subject of au in-iiulry next Wednesday, when H. C. Brewster, leader of tho Liberal party, will ask a number of questions. Slavln was the man who put the (luietns to Frank Golch when Frank made an essay as a boxer years ago in the Yukon. VANCOUVER BOXED SECURES CONTRACT IN THE ANTIPODES Vancouver B.C., March 14.-"Rougli-house" Charley Burns, former lightweight champion of Canada, will leave for Australia on the steamer Niagara on Wednesday. Ho received a cablegram from the Australian promoters this morning instructing him to depart by the next boat. The former champion will engage In five matohos in the antipodes.  NOTED PROMOTER DEAD Syracuse, N.Y., iVJardi 14.-"Billy" Clibson, known throughout the co\in-try as a sportsman and promolor oE boxing bouts, died hero yesterda.v. Gibson, who was,a native ot Rock Island, ni., was 52 years old. He was well known In tho mlddlo west. Ho made considerable money in the Nevada gold fields ut the tima of the boom there. BAT WANTS DIAMONDS Chicago, March 14.--Battling Nelson, former lightweight champion who ha.s been granted a decree of divorce from Kay King, a Denver newspaper artist. Intimates that he may now sue Ills former wife for diamonds, which ho values at several thousand dollars which ho gave her before and during the brlof honeymoon. ZIMMERMAN GRANTED DIVORCE New York, March 14,-^A decree ot absolute divorce was granted by default in tho supreme court of Bronx county today to "Heine" Zimmerman ot the Chicago National league club, from Mrs. Helen C. Zimmerman. Custody o'f their one child was uwaided to Zinimorman.' ERTLE BEATS ZULU KID Now York, March 14.-Johnny lOrtlo of St. Paul, clalmauiol the hauium. weight championship, outfought Young Zulu Kid ot Brooklyn in a 10-round bout in Brooklyn tonight. LEONARD BEATS ROB|NDEAU I-hilndelinila, March 14, -- Benny Leonard of New York defeated Sam Kobiudeaii of Philadelphia lu a 0 round boxing contest here tonight. .;.�>> > ^ ^ ? * GUNBOAT SiyilTH , ? >> A DILLON VICTIM ? Now York, March 14.-Jack union of' Indianapolis out- ; fought Quiiboat Smith in a 10- >> raund Ijout in Brooklyn to- ? : night. Dillon weighed 17014 > pounds and Smith ISO^d; ; ; ? �;..�; per cent, would have to be added to every telephone and long distance call to provide the sinking fund suggested. Jlr. Sifton said the, s.vstem did not exist to make big m'oney but to give the people efliolont service at me least 1 possible cost. So long as he is in I charge tlie settlers will be given | phonos as rapidly as possible and at the lowest consistent cost. He said tlie system is worth far more today than it cost and Is one of the best on tho continent. So long as tho present government lasts' the cost of telephones will not be increased 45 per cent, as advocated by the opposition. About -.he Railways Mr. Sifton, replying to the opposition leader's I'enr that the province might have to pay the interest on the McArthur roads, and in the next sentence deacrtbln'g tho country traversed as the best in Alberta, said the attitude was one for surprise, but expected tho opposition would always have some such complaints to make. Mr. Sifton said he never had any doubt as to tho railways paying, and said the members would always be pi-oud of the part pluyod In tho opening up of thfe-great north country. The premier created a lot of fun in describing a trip" of loading opposition mefn-hers over the .NfcArthur roads, and in closing said no' further guarantee would be given any railway except tor Immediate construction, and In an eloquent poroi-atlon said the railways would be provided as rapidly as tho expansion of the province required. R. E. Campbell II. E. Campbell (Rocky Mountain) followed, llo read the "My Dear Sir William" letters upon which so many speechoB were baaed last year, and crltlclzofl Ihe slowness of construction of C. N. R. Hues, which he said WHS not duo to war or money, lint the comimny'a disinclination to do the work. Mr. Campbell repeated tho as-perslons on the member for Ponoka In reteroneo to paying for hit) tole-phono. 1 Dr. Campbell, rising, made a state-tnont completely refuting tho aspersion, and the speaker promptly accepted It as satisfactory. i Ah the i-opresentHtlve of the coal miners, Dr. Campbell devoted the major portion of his uddross to the coal Iridustrj', saying ho and the moth, bei- for Grouard were the only members -ivho took any Interest In tho question, ' � Hon, Mr, Boyle Hon. J. R. Hoylo who toUowed, dealt tthlefly with tho dopartinent of oduca-tldji, Ha�lold ot tho good work of tho debenture branch, which has marketed bonds to a large amount In a very satlsfaotory manner. It is not eoni-pulBory but the great majority ol the Holjpol c|ilBtrlotamilt^,o thh servloo of this 'branch, -The-'minister gave a rte-tttlleU doHoripUou of the operation of When Work Drags Just reach for WRIGLEY'S-and yotir package of take a fresh start! It will soothe and cool your mouth and throat, quench your thirst, steady your stomach and nerves, help your appetite and digestion. It is pleasant, beneficial and economical - an ever-ready friend to thirsty, tired, nervous people. Two delicious, long - laisting flavors. Every package waxed - Wrapped and sealed againot all impurity. MADE IN CANADA' Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Bldg., Toronto, for "Wrrglcy's Mother Goose" ^ book, in'colors, for the kiddies. C-34 ^| the brunch and passing told of the institution ot the libi-ary branch which Is putting an excellent selection of books in all the schools. Over one hundred thousand volumes were distributed last year. Mr. Boyle was speaking at (i o'clock and moved the adjournment. Small Debts Court In answer to questions. Dr. Stanley was told that there would be no j legislation creating a small debts i court this session as the supreme court has not yet given lis decision on the legality of tho draft bjll submitted. Mr. Hillocks was Informed that the telephone system Is not under the direct control ot the utilities commission but is subject to the same supervision as a privately owned system. Agricultural Credits .Mr. .Mlchener gavo notice that on Thursday he would move a lesolutlou declaring that the government should borrow money and loan It to the farmers under "some system of agricultural credits beat adapted to present conditions." Mr. Tweedfe gave notice of a resolution to refer the tejephono administration to tho puhlic accounts committee. Typhoid-Infected Sewage in River Water (CoNTlKUKD 7;-|lO.At PuONT PaOE) . Make Your Body Tingle with life and energy for the day's work by eating foods that contain real nutriment-that do not use up all the vitality of the body in an effort to-digest them. Shredded Wheat Biscuit supplies the greatest amount of body-building, energy-creating material \yith.the least tax upon the digestive organs. It is ja real whole wheat food, ready-cooked and ready-to-serve, coritainitig the life of the; ^heati grain-nothing ^dded, nothing taken away. Start the day rig^ht by eating Shredded Wheat with hot or cold milk. Serve it for luncheon with sliced bananas or other fruits. Made in Canada. the city supply on Sunday showed bacteria to the number of 1000 or more to iri drops. And that water had been chlorinated too.. A.percep lihlc shiver ran through his audience at this statement. This, dirt not mean, ho said, that chiorinatlon did no good. Tho amount of cliloride used, however, w-as not Sufllcient tor the water in the state it is now. The amount should be increased until the supply clears agaiu. .' As H result, of the new freshet the doctor predicted that there . would likely bo another outbreak of tyhpold In a week or ten days, The only thing to do under tho circumstances' is to take every precaution. � Not a drop of water should He used for household purposes or for drinking which has not been thoroughly boiled. Boiling is an absoluto effective against typhoid sevraa in the water. He bolleved, the milk vendors will appreciate their position and thoroughly scald all their utensils. Dr. Jamloson.'.aald too, that there were 989 chances that the Ice supi)ly would bo puro. AU Impurities are thi'own off as water treozos. He furtlier suggestod that tho oliy should send a man to tho provincial laboratories in Edmonton to taire a course of bacteriology. A layman could not show whether water or milk was polUitod. Tests c.Oiild then iio made regularly, and on tho ilrsi sign of pollution, people could by warned, the supply of chloride In the water could bo increased and ;an opiilomic nipped In tho bud. Moantlnn!, it will bo lor the peo-pie of Lethbrldge to Icoap Dogging away through whatever ilmniiel may seem best until Mucleod la possessed of a Bowago purification platitj HEAD STUFFED FROM ^'-i^ - CATARRH OR A COUPli Says Cream Applied in Nostriliil Opens'iUr Passages Rlght.Up.^S Instaut relief-no waiting. Tour clogged nostrils' open right np; the air passages of your head clear aad �you can breathe fifaelr. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache > di^tieas. No struggling for breath at night;- your cold or catarrh disappears. ; Get a,small bottle ot Kly's Creanf Oahu from your druggist now. AiJply a little of ibis fragrant, antiseptic, healing-cream to your, nostrUa. . It penetrates through evei-j' air passage of the head, aoothes the Inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief' comes instantly. It's 'Just fine. Don't stay �tufted-up with a cold or nasty catarrh. J. D. Hlginbotham, & Co.. Limited, Druggists.-Advertisement. FRENCH CANADIAN BATTALION IS PLANNED FOR ALBERTA Ottawa, Marcii Kl.-A Frenoh-Ca-nadiau battalion will likely be raised In Alberta and Saskatchewan with headquarters at Edmonton. It will bo commanded by Capt. Bdward Lepro. hon, who is nt present assoolatod with tho IfiOth ovorsoas huttallon, Capt, Loprohon was wounded at the battle of Langhomarcfj, and lator was on tho hospital ship Arabic, which was torpedoed in lh(> English qhaunel. SUSPEND CANADIAN SOCCER Toronto, Slariah U.-^^A mall vote Is being taken among the soccer hodlea lu the Dominion of Canada I<''ootbaU ' association on an luforinal proposal . of President Outhrle of the Toronto ^ association that soccer be suspended, during lOltt and the present offloaw left ia offlco for another year. The', result of tho vote will be known in. ui'^ few days. ' ' ' YESHT IS POSSIBLE TO STOP RHEUMATISM ;| Rheumatism is a tornjentitig: apd w| stubborn malady. In some cases k-lfl yield-s to treatment which is �withou^'J^ avail in other cases., , -^M The darting pains, lame muscles.; of;' stiffened joints only dhsappearhy grad-/^-'? ually e-fpelling the uric acid, atid'sgi/kx many thousands have beetx r'eUeved'b'y^'a the blood-enriching Scbt^^i^'" Emulsion that you should: giv^ vtifa.! faithful trial. 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