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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 17, IJ)U! THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE JiED BtBD BICYTCLES ir RST toenlc-rtliccniind. ' Held. Still 111 llK U�d. Hliirdy, .stnimcli, HhIii . ,1111- I "iUK. i:!|iilp|it(! Willi "Hercules" Omi-trr Ilrnke aie C.C.M. Almlel "I'" �5^| Made in Canada by i Canad* Cycle 4. | Motor Comoany, ^ '�III Limited. i Toronto, 't 85-A FOR SALE BY THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO., 110 5th St. S. Repair* and all accessories Nothing To It But Willard By Bob FItzslmmons Bo.ston. Murc.li 16.-I full lo sfe �wliero Ifrauk Moraii has any cliaiifo witli .Tphk Wlllanl. J the latter Is loo l)lg tor a man o:' 'Hio Moral! typo ol! fij.ilUor lo foiwiii'.';-. Wllliin; is it good puiichor, and lia? domonstrated that lio can knock otit aiiv Ol tlie pi'o.sotit white liopes if he BO denlre.s. Wlllunl IH without, doubt ijjo host white hope of the day. l-lc is biRBer, KtroDgor, haB nioro knowlcdire of the name and can asslnnUilo luoro puniKh-inent than any of the present crop wlio are inaatiuoradlng as near chaiupions. Even vvltli all that to tlie pretent champion's credit, he is a poor specimen of the championship calibre of by-gone days. AVIIIard, with lils great reach, his 240 pounds of welRht, which KivcK hlni a natural advantiiso over all the present heavies, would look like a novice against the lighters who reigned in my time. G AYS 1 IRE BEFORE MB BATTLE Willard and Moran Bngajfc Strenuous Work For Ten Round Go Famous Pilot of N.IIA. Champs THERE IS A VAST ARMY of men and wometi who really never know wliat it is to enjoy .sound, vibrating liealtli-who would be surprised to suddenly gain tiiat exhilarating vitality that robust health brings. Literally thousands without any par-ticular .sickness live in "general debility", a.s the doctors call it-have headaches, are tired and indifferent. To all such people v.e say with iinmis- Provincial Government Doing Great Dea for People ((JOi\ri.\-ui;o fiiuM Fuuxx r'.\oi;) Picking Winner in American League By Clark Griffith- ] see where a lot of folks are oouiit-iuK Washington out of the lOir, American League race. All I have to say is that a lot of these wiao ones are going to be fooled. Tliu Washington team of lia� will bo a much stronger one than that of 1915. Last year Gandll and Morgan were out of the game most of the lime while our catching stafl* was not alway.s in the beat of shape. This year I have Judge, a wonderful prospect, as a first aacker and my intleld will be niHCh more dependable. I have Janileson for the outfield and Henri Hondeau is liable to make somebody hustle for a nosition in the outfield. I have the best pitching stafl! In the ,\merlcan League and I am not doing niucli worrying over my catching de-|)artinent. lioston, Detroit, St. f-ouia (;hicago, and New York are the other loams I pick to he lu the fight from tliG start. CAr>IADIAN BASEBALL LEAGUE NOW DOUBTFUL PROPOSITION 'i'oroiilo, .March 1G.-The future of the Canadian Bospball league is still uncertain. The only club to send a lepresentatlvo to the schedule meeting today was London. Gueiph attended to "Knotty" Lee, and lie attended in behalf of the Royal City. HI. Thomas lias resigned from the circuit. Ottawa will not operate its franchise In lOtti. The Canadian-Southern Michigan merger will be more fully inquired into before any dellnltc action Is taken. New Vork, .March 17.-Willi onlv eight days more lu which to get ready I for their bout on March :;5th, AV'lllard land .Moran belicvo tiiey wil be In per-tect condition for the contest. \\ illard did more reu boxing yesterday than on any two previous days and It is his intention lo keep going a bit fastor and take on an additional round each day lo the middle of next week. He planned longer road run today and Hay.s he will surely get below 250 pounds before ho enters ihe ring, Moran, who has trained zealously is carefully watched by his trainer, Lewis, and his attendants so that he may not overdo work, either on the road or in the gyranaaiuni. Roughing It New York. iMarch 16.-in a driving snowstorm over frozen and slippery roads, both Jess Willard and. B'rank ^loran did hard work today in ;ire-paratlon for their bout. The rham-plon jogged about four miles through Central park and along nearby tlior-oughfare.*, while iVIoran's five-mile run was cross-country, near his Westchester training quarters. Neither wa� sorry when the outdoor work hail been completed. Willard went thriiugh his 'enuiar aftiji-noon stunts in the Weal Side club house, showing plenty >if vin, and spaed in shadow i)o.>;lui;, tuinl.iUng oil the mat and working the jjulleyj. Then he took on, his three sparring partners for two rounds each, and followed with a tour-minute wrestling bout with HouHsane, the Turk. The medicine ball, which was thrown vigorously by himselt and two attendants | wound up the most strenuous day of 1 his training. Moran Goes Four Rounds Moran showed much agility in bag punching and rope skipping as well as in all his gyninaatic work. Trainer AVlllle Lewis kept Jloran's boxing down to four rounds today. He had two hard three-minute sesslone with Hartley Madden and Bill McKliinon and flnlshed up with two fast rounds in which there were some heavy exchanges between the PIttaburgcr and I'Vank Kendall, of Portland, Ore., the heRviest of .Moran's three sparring partners. Somewhat Nervous Moran's traineiH admitted lie is on edge and will need careful nursing to keep in condition. Ho said he wislicd his bout With Willard was on for tonight Instead of 10 days away. anxious to keep the. rural municipalities from going into delit for these works. In no province Is so large an amount of work of this kind ? ? : REHEARSED FOUR ACTS ? OF "THE! UPPER TRAIL" ? The boys of "The Cjiper > Trail' rehearsed (he full four ? acts of their play last night. '> .Now that all the cast have > got a good idea of Uic ))lot, ? they will progress much more ? rapidly, and it is expected ? that the date of production : will Ik; llxud at I lie next prac;- ? tlce and will be duly announc- : ed. .\ rehearsal of the prin- ? clpals will be held on .Monday ? night at 7 o'clock, and at .S ? o'clock a full rehearsal of the ; four acts. Every member of : the cast will be expected to be ? present. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? MONARCHS WIN AT HAMILTON Hamilton, Ont., ."^larcli 15.-Hamilton hookey fans were treated to a real lively contest tonight, when the Winnipeg Monarchs and the Hamilton Rowing Club seniors, hooked up i in an e.xhlbltion game. The final score ' was 7 lo C in favor of the Monarchs. ? SOLDIERS WIN FIRST CONTEST I EASY FOR QUEBEC Montreal, March IC.-In the poorest hockey contest of the season Quebec defeated Wanderers las\ night li to 1. Tlio players look little interest in the game and play dragged throughout, 'riu'oe minor penalties only were iin-liosed. RIVALS JESS WILLARD Sam Harris Is 6 Feet 2 Inches Tall and Wears ^Qy^ Shoe Dallas, Texas, -Alarcli 15.-Sam Harris of FarmersviUe has almost realized Ids greatest ambition, lie has only to increase liiu girth another inch to iittvo the same circuiufereiice as altitude, and he's C feet 2 Inches tall. "I'll ineiiBiire up or weigh up with Jess Willard any day for the heavyweight championship, surveyors' tape and hay scales preferred," said Sam today. Sam is 42. He's SSVs inches around his cheat, 7:! inches aroujui the waist, 82 inches around the hips, 47 inches around the thigh, 27 inches around the calf, and requires 25%-incU annholes in liis vest. He wears a IOV2 Bize shoe. In llie first of the Allan Cup games at \Vinnipeg the Olst Kattalion team defeated the Itegina Vies liy �> to 1. The contest was a thriller. ? ? : : : : : : : ? : ? ? : JESS WILLARD ADDS ? .^ CAMERA MAN TO LIST OF > ? ? ? r.not. The camera was iiiili,urt. est In her husband's estate. At present there are two laws In effect in the province which deal with this mailer but something bettor is required. "Tho Married Women's Relief" act gives a woman tho privilege of going to court to contest her husband's will provided he has left her less than her share would bo if he had died Intestate wiiich is the whole of tho ertato if there are no children and ono-thlrd if there any. Tho Homo Protection act gives a woman the privilege to file a caveat against her husband's estate preventing him from mortgaging or selling tho homestead without her consent. In both cases the woman has to go to law before she can receive her rights. What la wanted is that the woman has inchoate right lo her husband's estate without 'having to go to law courts. The second amendment that will be asked for is equal parental rights, which will mean that the mother win bo an equal guardian with her husband of hor children. At present a man is legally allowed to will the guardianship of his children to whom he pleases, and If no will is left a mother has to apply to the jcourts tor the guardianship of hor own children. In this nmondmoiit tho women wish to have the right of ro-fuqing their consent to the marriage of minor � children, at proaotl. in the hands of tho husband only. Another change Avanlod is the abatement of the red light district. It will be seen that all those are really essential to the well-being of the home. The study of proportional representation which is quite dlBtlnot from tho second cUoloe ballot, that Is in force at the nnjhlcipal elections at Leth-bridge, will be taken up by Uie women ab tUet tUoy will be conversant with that method of votljig It they should be required to vote in that uicmnor. ��A We're After the Mail Order Houses V\'(^ M-'\sh lo ,stato to tlic people' of SotUherji Alhorta ihnt Sir. llolit, A. Parker, recently elected Grand Master of the I. 0. 0. F., hits beconie Yiee-Pj'csldGnt of our Company. We lnj:cnd to coinl.)at the on,slaiiglits of the ma'd order liouses and Keep Alberta Farmers' Money in Alberta We hope you will ^'ive n.s (lie ojiportuuity to sell yoii iiavd-ware of all kinds-We can "beat tlie mail order hou.ses to it" in iiuality anil price. The Bow Island Hardware jQo. BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA If ,.''1 <^ Jd'AM ;