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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. MARCH 24.1921 AND MINERS MEET Game Expected, When Old Rfrmb Clash id Eihihi- tion Game Good Friday afternoon in Adams o'clock. North Lethfcrtdgs and tb. wgl meet In M cihlklOoB ot footbaU. A caaw can erpeetod u the men necnred a cooc many and wm be their tan. North DnltM caa> always dtpcndtd upon tor a (Ml cuu and their lineup will picked from tho following players- Bantam Walton, B. Earl, Whyte, X. Tnmut, Ukfe, Alf. Gurr, A. Tennant, Earl, N. Oorr, Barrio Pergmon, Appleby, Scott, D. Connor and J. Connor. Jimmy GWT KM agrMd.to referee tWs match and with both put. Ung out their best fast wm be Been. All players are requeMiid to meet sharp at at WeetnWnster school. HOT SPARKS] the Training Camps THE DAILy Canadian PAGE THIRTEBH of who brofce the world's record In the 440- i lonal Speed Skating meet held in Pittsburg, MAROON WITH ATHLETICS PHILADELPHIA, Mar. FUlaMJphla Americans will take the today against tho Atlanta team or tag association with two new iBBaJn the lineup, according to word frtom the training, camp. Frank cTftzn TTOO playod witli TV oj Grimn The change, it due to the ahowing of the recruit In Hatting. Lawton Witt will take the place of Clarence Walker In left field becauw ot tha latter'j sore back. CHAMPS AT FORT WORTH i CLEVELAND, Mar. Cleve- land Indiana went to Fort Worth to- day wherg they were scheduled to meet the Port Worth .team In an ex- hlbition game. According to advices .from wring training camp, Manager Speaker intended to start the game with George TJhie on the pitching mound and finish with Nel- aoa Pott, _the Cincinnati sand-lotter. Larry Gardner was expected to take i Place at third base for the cham- Plcns. for a salary increase, has left to join the team. He said he had reached an agreement with President Baker of the team. CHANCE 'EM OVCR CHICAGO, Mar. Chance, under whom the Chicago Cubs achiev- ed world-wide fame, looked the team over at Pasadena, Calif., training camp yesterday, according to dis- patches received today, nut refused to commit himself on the team's pro- spects. Decision Arrived At Jlelween Vancouver and Ottawa to Please Fans VANCOUVER, March l'I.-Vancou- ver and Ottawa hockey clubs will play out tho remaining games of the world'.-: series on a fifty-flfty basis so far as rules are concerned. 0'iiHals of the heads of boxing am jubilant over. clubs got together yesterday and not offered the bidders much encouragement. TORONTO, Mar. is expected that every sportsmen's organization in this city, in addition to tho stud- ents of the University of Toronto, will be largely represented at Union station bore on Saturday afternoon to welcome the Varsity hockey team, the champions of Canada and hold- ers of the Allan cup back from Win- nipeg. The, sportsmen's patriotic as- sociation will entertain the new hoc- key champions at a dinner next Mon- day night. Sir Arthur Currie, president of Me- Gill University, Montreal, has sent a telegram of congratulation to Sir Robert Falconer, president of the Uni- versity of Toronto, as follows "All McGHl joins me in heartiest congratulations to .you and Varsity players: in winning so. decisively the PERMANENT TRAWifie CAMPS BOSTON, Mu'r.' Press) is planned to make the McKee -Tacotna, Wn., boasts of a husband and both ordained who jointly share the pulpit of th Nazarene Church, one preaching i .mi, ,L u luuim allow him to return to tlic jamc is necessary it will be played Their attitude is not that of under the X. H. L. code with a fifth i "ne "kicking a man when he's game, should tho scries go that tance, under the western rules. Ottawa will start the same team tonight which started in Monday's contest, but Vancouver will go into the contest with a weakened lineup, Alf. Skinner, the hard-working and aggres- sive right winter, will out of the game. Suffering from a bad cut un- der the. right eye received in Jlon-j day's match. He entered the hospital' last tight. Skinner's absence necessitates a re-arrangement in the line-up of the coast champions. Jack Adams wil! fill the vacancy on the right wing MacKay will again start at center with Harris on the other side. Taylor, Bill Adams and Desireau wil! fill the utility roles. Tonight's game promises to attract another record-breaking crowd. It Neutralizes Stomach vents Food Fermentation, Sour Gassy Stomach and Acid Indigestion New Tork May Close Doors to Black Champion Now in Prison The dark shadow of Jack Johnson to again looming up in the background or Fistiaaa. From the federal prison at Leaven- wortlj, wHere the former heavyweight champion o.f the world is "doing a year." cmjjis a note that the globe- Held at Whittington Park7 "Sot ing. Springs, Ark., the permanent spring training home of the Red Sox, accord- ing to advices received here which state that before the'team leaves next Monday, Secretary Graver will sign a ten-year lease of the property. Baseball authorities declared that this is the start of a movement among all the major league owners to secure permanent southern training Quarters. The Soi start a barnstorming tour on Monday. It will conclude at Mew- ark April 10 and 11, following which the team will go to Washington to open the season April 13 with tbe Senators. Pratt, the second baseman )y the Sox in a trade with the New York Yankees, will report for duty shortly before the opening ot the season. Mclnnis. first baseman, is a hold- out, but he too, is expected to >.e in miform when the season opens. The 3ox' infleld, composed of Pratt, Mc- nnis, Third Baseman Vitt'and Short- stop Scott, is valued at by "razee. the morning and the other in the even "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your -Hair! Make It Abundant! O'DOWD UNDERGOES OPERATION NEW' YORK, Mar. O'Dowd of St. Paul, who made an un- successful attempt on St. Patricks night to regain the world's middle- weight boxing title from Johnny Wil- son, was successfully operated on r here yesterday for hernia. Dr. H. V. i Spauldlng, who, examined O'Dowd af- ter his bout with Wilson, said he had reached the conclusion :that, O'Dowd was struck in the region of.the groin and thus suffered tbe injury which necessitated the operation. COBALT MINE WAGES COBALT, Ont.. 'March of- ficial report will be made to the board of conciliation on the mine wage dis- pute here until the men consid- er'ed a proposal by the managers at a mass meeting on Sunday next. It is believed that a decrease of 75 cents a day is inevitable. HOW TO GUARD AGAINST APPENDICITIS ATTACK Appendicitis is an intestinal infec tion often due to old, retained Avaste matter. Even though bowels move daily poisons may accumulate in the system for months. The intestinn antis'eptic, Adler-i-ka, acts on BOTIi upper and lower bowel and brings out matter which might start an "appendi- citis" infection. EXCELLENT for gaa on the stomach and chronic constipa tion. Adler-i-ka brings out ma'ttei which you never thought wag in youi system. J. D. Higinbotham Co., ASPIRIN is only Genuine Immediately after a "Danderlno" IMIUIC, j-our hair takes on new life, loitre ami wondroua beauty, appear- ing twice an heavy and plentiful, be- each hair ueem, to fluff and thlnktn. Don't let your hair stay llfe- plain or scraggly. You too, lots of long, beauti- fal hair. A SB-cent bottlo of delightful "Dan- Mrimi" ynnr ncaln. checks luidraff and hiir. This allm- atathu "beauty-tonic" to thin lull, ftdlni that youthful bright- and abundant Irofl-tiU! Unless 3-011 see the name "Bayer" package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin at. all. In every Bayer package are directions for Colds, HeadiicliB, Neuralgia. Rheu- matism, Earache. Toothache, Lumba- !0 and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of welve tablets cost few cents. Drug- I gists also sell larger packages. Made I in Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark (registered in of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticaeidestef of DIED OF INJURIES QUEBEC, March Olfve Morcler died at her home yesterday as a result of hav- ing been run down on Tuesday night by a cab as she was returning from evening church services. The driver- has not been located. BOLSHEVIK OCCUPY BATUM OONSTANINOPLE, Mar. 24 Tho Bolshevik forces occupied flaium af- ter an agreement entered Into by the Turks with tho Moscow in which tho Turks waived all claim' to the city. FOR TIRED ANO SORE FEET Use "Tiz" for Puffed-Up, Burning, Achino, and Corns MANNIX WOULD SEE POPE Mar. Man- nix of Australia who passed Through here bound for Homo said he was ani- Iniis to see Pope Benedict and jflvn him a full report ot what he termed altuatlon in Wly go limping around with aching puffed-np to tired, chafed sore and swollen you can hardly get your shoos on or off? Why don't yon get a box of "Tiz" from the drug store now and gladden your tortured foot" "Tiz" makes your feet glow with comfort; takes down swellings and draws the soreness and misery right out of feet that chafe, smart and burn. "Tiz" instantly stops pain in corns callouses and bunions. "Til'" is glor- ious for tired, aching, sore feet. No more shoo more foot TORPID LIVER FOR OVER 4 "MONTHS The duty of the liver is to prepare .nd secrete bile and serve as a filter tc the blood, cleansing it of all 1m- mrities and poisons. When tbe liver becomes laxy, slow ft torpid it is not working properly ind does not supply sufficient biie to horoughly act on the bowels and carry off the waste products of the system, hence the bowels beco'.re clogged up, tire bile gets into the Jiood, constipation sets in and liver roubles follow. Mllburn's Lasa-Liver Pills nuicklv emove the secretions, clear awayt'io waste and effete matter by acting irectly on tho liver, ami making 'the pats through the bowels f allowing it to get Into the b'o