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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY MARCH 22,19ia THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE CECIL (Finer Material -Extra Wear, Sold at the better shops. Jn oealed Bo^^s (The WilliAitu Greene �r Rome Co.. Limiied M�kers olFine Shins.. Berlin. Oni&rio 127 OM OF STANLEY CUP SERES BILLED FOR lOfl > > ? ? \ar their opponents, and will S'iC them Installed as cdds-on el;oice. Playing undor llielr own r.ilea I be KoHebuds will show more conlldence and be at Uieir best form. Harbour will lie the substitute used by the coast team tonight. He was not used In the first match and will bo frnsii and (It. None of the players of either teani suffered from Injuries in .Monday's game, and all are in splendid piiysicai shape. The Herald will carry a bulletin service of the WlUurd--Moran bout at New York .Saturday night. The time when Iho first news of the go is expected to arrive here will be given In a sul)se(pient Issue, tiulletlns should commence to ? arrive not later than S o'clock. ? ? ? ? > ? : : : : ? ? GLEYS From the tropical tree to the perfect package no pains are spared to make it clean and keep it so - to protect its purity and wholesomeness, for you. Buy no other - get WRIGLEYS. TAYLOR TO MEET ROUGH GUY Georgo Costello, Admits He's is Tough Nut-Canadian to IVIeet Santel MORAN GOT ONLY $70 FOR FIGHT When He Battled Twenty Rounds With Jack Johnson In Paris New York, Afarch 21.-Frank Moran challenger of .Tess WiUard for the heavyweight boxing title, won a legal battle in court today, defeating Pan JIcKettorlck, once his manager. In a .suit brought by McKotterlck to recover $1,462 he alleged was duo him us advance money before Moran's tight villi Jack Johnson In Paris in 1914. The jury's verdict favored .Moran. Moran testified that his agreement with McKetterick called for a settlement after the Paris bout, but for that match ho received only |70. the balance being tied up by litigation caused by the European war. Spokane, March 21.-George Costello, the giant v.-restler from San Francisco, who tips the beam at 2i'7 lbs., arrived in Spokunc yesterday in time to start training for his bout wltli Jack Taylor, which is scheduled tor the 27tU at the Auditorium. Costello hears ail the ear marks of a real wrestler. "What, Kerveras rough?" he said in answov to a ciuestlon. "Say, Kerveras not In it with me. 1 am one tough guy, and I know it. Roughing it just �what I Ilka and tho rougher they get the bettor I like It. 1 learn -wrestling game by meeting rough wrestlers and now I am some rough myself. "People all say I rough, but I can't help it. 1 learned that way and 1 can not break away from it." John Berg, yesterday receired a letter from Frank Scliulor, promoter of wrestling bouts at San Francisco, asking him when Taylor will be ready to take on Santel, the popular favorite there. Berg answered that Taylor would be ready to tackle Santel either tho last Tuesday In April or the first in May. OROHTOSmLAyS LAIM TO m RECORD Toronto, .March 21.-Fred Robson claims tho world's record for r>0 yards (U) the Ice. The Toronto skater had a slralKhi awaj' course mo.tsurcd out at the Arena and two wntchcs caught him on tho line in 4 1-5 sofond.'-. liobby iMcLcan, of Chicai;o did llie HO yards in 5 iieconds flat, at Placid bake r;. Y. nobson's Caimdinn record for this distance was S-S seconds. Jtoli-son was paced last night by Frank Koan, who is out to break tho world's record for boys at 40 yards in tho immediate future. Tho veteran liobson broke like a shot and was away and linishad before, the crowd realized it. Freddie's Canadian record is 5 3-5 seconds. Robson also gave a Una c.xhibiiion of barrel jumping, clearing eight in his final effort. SaiLCa MIH-TIBHT IITE AND WELLS GO AMEVENTENROUiS HUMOR FROM THE PAYMASTER'S OFFICE The paymaster's offlco receive some (lueer epistles from soldiers' dependents. "John Bull," tho Avidoly read-British weekly, recently published the following humorous extracts from letters received by the paymaster in charge ot: a Lancashire battalion; Dear Sir,-I have not received no �pay since my husband has gone from nowhere. Dear Sir,-My husband has been away at the Crystal Palace and got a for days furlough and has now gone to tho Mind Sweepers. Dear Sir,-^Ve received yottr letter, 1 am is Qrandfathor and Grairamolher, ho was born and brought up iu this house in answer to your letter. Dear Sfr,-Mrs, -has been put .to bed with a Uttle lad, -wife of Peter Sfr,-I write these few lines for JMrs. �- who cannot ^�^lte herself. She Is expecting to be confined and can do with it. Dear Sir,-In accordance with Instructions on ring paper I have given birth to a daughter on Oct. 2Xst. Dear Sir,-Yovv have changed my little boy into a little girl. Will it make any difference? Dear Sir,-I am expecting to be con-fliiod next mouth, will you please let me knpw what I am to do about it? Dear Sir,-My husband BUI, has been put in charge ot a spittoon. Shall 1 get any more pay'? Sir,-Will you please send me my money as oarly as possible as 1 am walking about Bolton like a damned pawper and obiigo. Dear Slv,-My hunband has joined tho array and I shall bo glad If you vrlU send me his elopement money. It is well to extract a Uttle humor, if poasiblo, even from the war. BASEBALL SNAPSHOTS Long Tom Hughea, former Washington pitcher, lust year with l.os Angeles, has been signed by the Salt Lake City club ot the Coast league. It Is a signlllcant sign ot the times when a (luartette of players like Joe Wood, Ray Collins, Forrest Cady and Cliot Thoma-s, all ot tho Red Sox, are -waived out ot both major leagues. Sam Agnew, catcher with tlie Red Sox, realizing the responsibilities put on lilm this year, asked consent to go to Hot Springs early to get in condition, and was the (Irst of Carrigan's crew to report. Calvin Daubert, brother ot Jake Daubert ot the Brooklyn Dodgers, was killed in a coal mine at Pottsville, Pa., on .March 2. Jake and the dead man were close pals and the tragedy has depressed tlie Brooklyn player greatly. Uussoll Blackburne, the Chicago White Sox inliolder transferred to To-ronto, denies the story that ho will (lult baseball. He says be wlU vopovt to Toronto and put up such a game that soon ho will be back !a tho big show. Cincinnati, March 21.-Harder punc Cincinnati, O., March 21.-Harder imnching and a strong rally in the dosing rounds earned a shade tor Charley White of Chicago over Matt Wells, the ISnglish lightweight, in a 10-round no-decislon bout here tonight, according to the sport writers at the ringside. Wells did most ot tho leading, landing straight lefts and rights to White's jaw, but tho blows lacked power. White .showed to best advantage in close range fighting and scored he'avily at time with body blows. It slacks the thirst, steadies nerves, soothes and refreshes. A delicious aid to appetite and digestion. A constant friend to the teeth. After every meal. Write for free copy of "Wrigley's Mother Goose," quaint Spearman booklet for kiddies and grown-ups. WM, WRIGLEY JR. CO., LTO. Wrigley BIdg., Toronto MAUE IN CANADA Gum in the Perteci Package Tho Brooklyn National League club announces that it has returned Catcher Ed Monroe back to Topeka, from which club ho was drafted. With Chief Meyers added there was no room for .Monroe, though he was at least entitled to a tryout under tho laws ot tlie game. WELSH SHADED BLOOWl By 2 ROUNDS AT M YORK New York, March 21.-Fi-eddle Welsh, lightweight champion of the world, outboxed Phil Bloom ot" Brooklyn in six of the ten rounds in a bout in Brooklyn tonight. Welsh took the first four rounds. Bloom's asgressive-ness earned liim the next four rounds. In the eighth Welsh held, after receiving a hard right cross. Welsh had the better of the two final rounds. Welsh weighed 137 Vi, and Bloom 133V4 pounds. Champion Outpointed Leo Denz ot Butte, Mont., outpointed Al McCoy, middleweight champion, 111 seven rounds of a ton round contest. The first round was even, but the visitor outfought the title-hoWer in the next seven sessions. McCoy's best work was In the ninth. Benz weighed 15G pounds and McCoy 163>/4, CARPETBALL CHALLENGE The Loyal Order of Moose wish to challenge the Sons of England to a carpotball match for tho Barrowraan Shield at an early date. Opposition Criticism of Railways Shown, to be Absurd (GoNTiNUi-;U:.riiosi Fkoni' rAOE) 1916 Indian Fattest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best M IRAN ML DEPEND ON HIS RIGHT HAi LLOP.BUTHASDEVELO lAYMAKER Frank Moran is counting on his superb physical condition and "Little Betsy" to carry him through to a Ititochout victory over Josa WUlard ou the- night of tho 26th. "I'm sure I'll win," declared tho sor-rol-toppod Pittsburg gladiator us he tluished his morning workout recently. "If I don't I won't have any alibi D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent 407 5th St..8. - Phone 1032 fsftNTAl CAPSULES CATARRK of tilO BLADDER rollavwl In 24HOURS jBuloSoaiwtSo (Miff iiBnio J&h .___. Tiz" Puts Joy in Save, Aching- Fcp.t "My, How 'TIz- Gladdens tired,, Swol \on, Burning Feet-It's Glorious Ah! what relief. .No more tired feet; no more burning feet, no njore swollen, aching, teiidej", sweaty feat. No more soreness in corns, callouses, bunions. No matter what alls your foot or what under tlie sun you've tried wltli-out getting relief, Juat try "Tlz." "Tiz" Is the only remedy that diws out nil tho poluonouB oxudationB which puff up tho feet. "Tls" euros yo^ur foot trouble so you'll never limp or draw, up your face in'pain, �Your shoes won't seem tight and your foot will iiovor, never Tiiirt or gat scire rind swollen. Think oil it, no moro foot misery, no movo agony from' corns, callouses or bunioiis, Got'a SS-ceut box at any drug stove or department otoro and get Instant relief. Wear smallor shoes. Jitat once try "Tiz". Get a whole year's fool I comfort tor only il5 oeuta. Tliluk of to offer. I'm in shnpo to fight right now-and light 50 rounds if necos sary." Moran certainly looks fit. Tlioro'k a ruddy glow on his faoo; his wind is almost perfect, "You've got an awful job ahead of you to boat Willard," someone remarked. "You're spotting him 50 pounds In weight, C Inches in height and � 6 inches in roach." "I know it-and I'm confldeut juat the same," answered Moran. "No matter how big a man is he's going to fall it he's hit hard enough, and I'm going to hit Willard-don't worry. 'Littlo Betsy' hare," and Moran doubled his right hand and waved a huge clenched fist, "can bring down tlie biggest ones, Jess Willard Included." Figures on Right ' Although Moran figures ou his right handed wallop to finish the entertainment ou the 25th, ho hna been developing a left-handed crusher secretly- and It's a real punch. In tho past Moran used Ills left for blocking purposes, almost exclusively, but: now, under the tutolego of Willie Lowla, his trainer, lie has converted tho left Into u "haymaker." "In all my other lights >I novor had to extend myself," said Moran. "Utile Botsy' was all I needed, but this flgh't Is different. I'm up against,tho biggest champion In the history of pugilisiiTand "so I have left no stone unturned to bring myself to pertoction. I am going to assume the aggrosslvo and curry tho JlgUt to AA'lUard." the Jjlberal party could pay the government a greater compliment than the opposition in that the real causes of complaint arc so tow and so minor In character. After gently chiding Dr. Blow for dealing in chestnuts and dead issues, he said his efforts to secure, cheaper railways should be appreciated. He should also go to the other province,?, to tho United States and tile mother country. All countries would like to know how to build railways as cheaply as Br. Blow seems able to build them in his imagination. After dealing with the difficulty in getting money for the La-combo and Blindman Valley light railway, Mr. P.uffcr said the remarkable foatuic of the oppo.sition criticism was that it was directed against a company that could raise money, while the others were never mentioned. The Lacombe railway Is only guaranteed for $7000 a mile and when completed \Ylil cost $]K,00() a mile. This railway has uo' bridges and uo engineering difliculties, and could not be built tor $12,000, the amount Dr. Blow would build railways tor, through heavily wooded country with huge cuts and large bridges. -Mr. Puffer fjuoted odicial tigurcs, showing the heavy cost ot railways in other countries to show that nowhere was one railway built for such sums as the Calgary member Bubmlt-led. Indeed, railways as a rule, aro built for less money iiv Alberta than in. any other country. Dr. Blow's istatement that American railways are ballasted for $200 to $'250 a mile, indicates tho weakness of tho whole opposition case. Mr. Pultcr quoted iigures sliowlng for dlfToreiit American rnihvays that ballasting cost from $y!IO to $1800 a mile according to the distance necessary to haul. Continuing, Mr. Putter dealt with otlier opposition , criticism and , said ' he would like to see tiie department ot education go slow In encouraging consolidated schools. One district had experienced a jump from ?!(; to $30 a (luarfer section in taxes. He denied tlie opposition charge that road tore-meii are party organisers, and said in nearly all sidings the policy is to spend tJio money in co-operation with municipHl authorities, Mr. Puffer, who Is in vigorous speaker, delighted the liouso with a general deCouce of the government. Rev. S. Bacon Hillocks, North Calgary, criticizing In somewhat academic style, the syatera ot boolc-keeplng In tlie province, he being unable to understand tho Iigures. Why should wo Imvo'to have tho knowledge ot an expert accountant, ho said, to .understand Um accounts'? They aro a mysterious thing to him. He said: "It may be said by the government it is not our fault that you are so stupid It you .can't understand Uiis unitiuo systom of ours, and Mr. Speaker, I woi)ld reply that the public accounts of this province aro really more or less of .a mystery to me. �� have to the public accounts committee amid considerable levity, the house apparently not being able to take his pulpit style seriously. The budget speech, he said, "failed to ring with a note of supreme conviction." Hallway guarantees were discussed with the usual criticism only clothed \n more elaborate language. "No gov-eminent," he said, "is iusMfied In mortgaging the future or dealing in the present with the Jllcawber-lilie hope that something will turn up.' Mr. Hillocks will have the floor Wednesday. Huge Zinc Smelter at Frank May be Reopened WASHING WON'T RID HEAD OF DANDRUFF (COXTIXUED PROM FltONT PAQE) ALBERTA STANDS HIGH Ottawa, March 21.-The total enlist; meats were 279,242. For two weeks, ending March 15 tho enlistments by areas were: London 1100, Toronto 3694, Kingstoa 2009, Montreal 72B, Quebec 191, Maritime Provinces 2126, Manitoba and Saskatchewan 3873, British Columbia 903, Alberta 1450. The only sure way to get rid of dandruff is to dissolvo it, then you destroy it entirelj'. To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with tho finger tips. Do this tonight, and by morning, most, if not all. of your dandruff will bo gone, arid htree or four moro applications will completely VDER C0WTAIH8 wo MUM. � Hraa CO**! haalth agency here for the Hupmoblle. Mr,, .Sharman is sporting a new model de- � imonstrator around town today. Jt H a slick looking machine._ (Oqntinped ynoM Front Pagb) stand here and confess this stupidity, that igtibranoe, lack ot procoptioh or iioyiev of, analysis . that prevents me from clearly understanding the flnan-olal jvtatus of this province," ,.;i)gpptin�lng, Mr, HUl