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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'HURSDAY, MAItCli 2li, I'JKi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE mmm URNTABLES Rose Buds of Porlland Beaten by One Goal in Second Tilt of Stanley Cup 'Series of Iho iiioHl. gUirliiK rRversnlH of form ever seen In u contpHl hero this season, C'nnartlonH defenled I'oilhind 10 1 tonliflil' in llm second giune of the Slnnloy i'up hciIoh. Tlie hohIh wore nil scored In tlio opoiilng porlod. IJiiring the last two jjerlods llie oppos-Inti sBplranta for the world's chatn-plonsliip (It profcsRional hockey hut-tied hiird, but neither was ahle to Bet the puek throuRh an Iron defence for a tally. The play u-ns under fa-clflc (lonst Hockey uBsoclutlou riileH. hut the (^anadlens. accualomed to Individual cfforlK under the six man Ktylo of hockey, continued at their own style, and tlirotigh fvirlous play LARO IS FAVORED STRONGLY IN IH BEIIG Moran Stock on DecJine and Even Money is Likely lo Prevail That He Will Be Knocked Out JE.! New Voik. .March \k lime for the I)1r liRhl a|)pro�(heH. Willard appears more and more firmly e^lahlisli-ei� home town league-tho Mobile (he strict oincials. Portland this Ume j suffering most heavily. In the last ^ , , lour minutes the visitors played five fjcotle, Deiroil product and men agalnsi Canadlens' seven, .lolin- '"^'''f," '""^"='' '";:;''"'�� ^onr (earns -son and Irvine having gone to the box ' > I for roughing it-.Iohnson for bodying ''"'k--wl 1 furnish most ol the excite-| .\rbor Into the fence and Irvine for >"e�l'"'hfi KUt. American league pen-1,,,] ,iu. main interest of the fans ceu Ktrlking Petrie. '''^'olto 's one person who U,,,. around (he llnancial angle of the Vbout 4'>0() persons paid their way ! T" S'-f"''" �>'�' 'Hv-| :,ti-,i,.. Th|'o score. Third period-No score. I tlio .N'alional two scintillating gems i arose to fame. Mamaux came into his Arbor, own and was Ihe big find of ;iie year, Ca- Leon Meadows ot tho Cardinals loomed up like another Doak. 1 DEFEATED BY m Port Colborne, March 22.-The Win-Jiipeg Monarchs, o.v-Allan Cup-holders, played an exhibition game hare laut night with the local O. H. A. intermediates and were defeated five (o four. Tho vlaltors scored two goals In the first and second periods, while ! J'ort Colborne was unable to tally, in i (he final period, however, the locals i jiotchod five gonla, while Monarch.s j tailed to acoro. The Ice was soft. ; Dick Irwlti, who was injured in tho first game Mouarchs played on their (our at Detroit, was in unitorm for the first time since his Injury, and held down Ills position at centre ice. Tlie MonarchB will play another exhibition game here Thursday night �with a selected team and then reauina thoic tour. Details of Iho Klnerary �wore not available tonight, but it is believed that aflor Thursday's game here the Winnipeg players will go lo Now York. COLLAR 2 (or 35 sent* CLUETT. t'KAllQDY & CO. Inc. MON'TllRAf. JOHN McGRAW Leader of the New York Ciiants. The Giants have broken u:) their training camp and are now proceeding norlli 111 two seotions preparatory to the opening- of Ihe season, Aindl 12. McQraw has a llnB-u|) this year that bids fair to jiut bUn back on Ills former high pedestal as a leader of a jiennant contending team. KauCf, M\-derson, Harlrten and Kouscli are the new Giant acquisltious whom .McCirnw Is doiionding upon to put new llto into the team. STILL BREAKING RECORDS. Tho limit ot uulo speodiug liaB not boon reached yet. IJarnoy Oldflold lowered the world's record for a mllu from a (lying start by almost throe (jiiartora of a sacoiid, and Bob Hiiriniiii clipped 4 A-ii seconds off the world's roeord tor the same distance troin u Btandlng start, uccordiiig to tho odi-clttl time, at the Now Aenot spoedway at Lob Angolos, Sunday. Kddlu O'Dotv-noil won tho (Uty niilo sweepstake, the feature oveut of tho day. Jn the Austcalluu pursuit ragij Jus. Parson crashod (it the track vftlllng, but uHciiped iinhuvt. The rueo was won by 'i'eddy Tel'/.laff. The financial details are itemized as follows: Wlllard's share ..............$-17,.".lMi .'\loran"s sliare ................ '~0 Reiital of Garden ............. 7,000 Filling up hall .............. 2,500 State tax ....................10,500 Advertising ................ 5,000 i-Ioli), printing, etc............ 5,rt00 Referee ..................... 1,000 Preliminaries.............. LOOO General promotion expenses .. 10,000 Total'..................$li;-;,250 Highest possible receipis ----:i;iri0,00e I'romoleis' profits ............ :')('i,750 priddomaticnl. AT TRAINING CAMPS OF BIG LEAGUE CLUBS High Class Men Who Drink TflY ".XKAL WAY" ai only NliAL INSTITUTE in prairie provinces, 820 Thirteenth Ave. \V�sl, Calgary. Hold this as our asieoment that unless .voii are "back on the Job" on the fourili day Willi a good appetite, ability to sleep naturally, work vigorously and a. loathing for liquor we will refund ytni the entire amount paid. Call, write or iihone, W'1525 for full information. 60 Neal institutes in Principal Cities MEMPHIS BEATS BROWNS '.Memphis, March 22.-Koob's wild-ness (uiabled the .Memphis Boutliern associall(Ui loam lo score five runs in (he clghlli inning today and del'eat Ihe Si. Louis .Vmericnns, fi to K. PHILLIES WIN THREE STRAIGHT Tampa, F)a., .March 22.-The Philadelphia Nationals defeated the Chicago Nationals, il lo {', in u 12-lnnlng oxhiblllon game hero today, making jI three straight victories for tho Phillies In (heir spring contests with tho C 111 ps, HOUSTON WINS IN 13 INNINGS Houston, Texas, Aiarch 22.-The 1 loiislon Texas loague club today shut out the St. Louis Nationals, 1 loO, in lo Iniiinea. URIC ACID IN MEAT CLOGS THE KIDNEYS Take a Glass of Salts If Your Back Hurts or Bladder Bothers NO BOXING IN KENTUCKY Frankforl, Ky., .March 22.-The bill to license boxing exhlblilons and pro. vidliig for a stale aihlotle board ot control, was dofuated in the senate last iiiglu by a vote of 1(1 to 12. The |)ropo�ed moasiiro previously had pasfied llie lower house, and It- was ihought that it had an excoUont ohaiici! to pnsH in tho senate. It was proposed to ponnit fifteen round bouts. Stnge Bouts In Toronto Tho Canadian boxing championalilps will be held this year In Toronto, lii-atoad ot Montroul. The dates deojiled uiion are April 21 and 22, and ten thousand souvenir programs will be printed, tho proceeds to go to tho soldiers' fund. If you must have your meat every day oal it, but flush your kidneys Willi salts occasionally, says a noted authority who tells ns that meat forms uric acid whieli almost paralyzes the kidneys in their efforts to expel it from the blood. They become sluggish and weaken, then yoii suffer with a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp iiains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach spurs, longue is coated and when the weather i^ bad you liave rheumatic' twinges. The urine gels cloudy full of Bediniout, tho channels often get sore and irritated, obliging you to seek relief two or tliree times during the nfghi. To neutralize these irritating acids to olottuhe- the kidneys and flush off the body's urinous waste get four ounces ot ,1ad Salts from any pharmacy hero; take a tabloapooutul In a glass of water, before breakfast tor a tow days and your kidneys will then act Vine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthia, and has boon used tor generations to flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize the aolds ,in urine sp it np longer Irritates, thus ending blaUrtev weakness, Jad Baits Is lne.\pen8ive; cannot Injure, and oiak'e'fl^a delightful efter-Yesoent lithla-water drink.-J. D. Hlg-Uibothuin & Co., Ltd., druggists, Loth-l^fldB'e.'AlberUi.-Advertisement. .Mr. Casgrain said that llie total increased cost of the ' department by reason of the eslalilishment of the rural mail delivery between i;il2 and 191.1 was $855,000. witli $:^05,000 for rural boxes, being in all $1,100,000. Boxes are resold to the jjublic, so thai the government in time will get all this money back. Mr. Ca.sfe.,-ain staled that another i ""ff^:;'^.^l-^'V-L'lt' i'*'''!"''' '^^^ force of laws unanimously passed by parliament in 1912, 19K1 and 191-1, increasing the salaries of employees. Still greater increases in the cost of service took place at the beginning of the year 1914 by reason of the change in rates paid by the railway companies for hauling mail. This cliange, wliich was submitted to parliament, had never been challenged by the ol)l>osltion. Still another reason for increased expenditure was (he expansion ot the loiter carrier service. Cities like Toronto, .Montreal and Winnipeg are conlinually adding to their boundaries, and it is necessary for the de-Iiartnienl as the city grows lo extend its service. Establishnienl of tlie parcel post has greatly increased the work in llie poslofflce department, anil has required (lie sea-vices ot a largo additional l'o!-co. There was a sincere etfort on the part ot the department to cut dow-n the expenditure as much as possible. Morning Sittings Start Ottawa, Jiarch 23.--Formal notice for morning sittings of Hie House of Commons, starting on .Monday ne.xt, betokens tho end of the session of liarliainent. As a rule, liowever, morning sessions do not begin till a few days afler they are first scheduled. Prorogation by Easier is aimed at. mils based 011 the budget will be disposed of In a few days and Sir Wil-trid l-Riirier's pioiiosal for an investigation into shell contracts will be voted upon next week. As lliore is not much government legislation now before th^ house and no shell inquiry Ih prospect, tho conclusion of the session before the ISaster holiday seems a fairly easy portorniauce. The war vote And the new pension plan for soldiers have yet to bo introduced. , THEY REFUSE TO EAT Ax periods in most childrens' lives theyfail to relish their meals and refuse to eat even the delicacies prepared to tempt their appetites. They lack am-liition. and growth seems impeded, which causes anxiety and worrj-. 'J'o compel them to eat is a grave mistake, because nutrition is impaired. Healtltful exercise in fresh airairdsun-shine is important, but etiually important is a spoonful of Scott's E(nulsion I three times a day to feed the tissues I and furnish food-energy to improve (heir blood, aid nutrition and sharpen their appetites. The highly concentrated medicinal-food in Scott's Einulsiou supplies the verv elements children need to build up the ownership ot s-evoial London Ihea- , Llieir streugth. They relish Scotfs-it is ,,.,, I free from drugs. Avoid substitutes, y______ Seolt ft. Bbwne. Toronto. Out. .li-H THEODORE ROBERTS in ".Mr. Grex of Jlonle Carlo." at Starland to-niglil for the last time. OFFERS COMPLETE HOSPITAL STAFF London, Onl.. March 21.-President Braithwaito, of the Western llnivor-Blty, this city, left tonight for Ottawa to offer to the govornmoiit. In behalf ot tho Instltntion,-a complete Held hospital staff tor overseas service. President Braltwnlto >yii8 ut one time lioad of the college in' Calgary. GO MEN BIG IRISH STEW DEAL CLOSED Cline, "Wis,,  March 2L-An Ban Claire canning company has closed a deal with a Canadian finu which calls tor 500,000 cans ot "Irish stew" a week for a year, according to an-'uounoement today. Tlie "stow" is calculated to consfitute a complete ration tor a.soldfor hi tho Held, WANTED^ 13th O.M.R. INCREASING STRENGTH TO 1100 STILL A MOUNTED CORPS .M.iijor Bi'fiwn will visit Talier and all (ow'ji.s.sDulli of Lollihridgc wJlhiii thenoxttwo week.-'', ijicut. TTiUeliisori and Lieut. Ijam-IxM'l will recruit at; Maeleod. and Pincher Creek aud,along the Calgary and Crow- lines.  liecjHiiting ^Yill be euntinued unl.ll the establishment is coniplote. The regiment will go overseas as soon as, recruited to full strength. ^ " 2521 ;