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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TOESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE .BICYCLES t VOUNG InillM win ndmlre the Ktnccfiil llncB mid J Iwnutiful fiiiUh of the "nrmit-I (ord." Siiinrl. slyllsli. durable. KtiitH �nioutliIy with ^ mitc clfort, * 45 1^ I'rice C.C.M. Mndtl "I' �5 I Made > HE HATES TO SHOW UP ? TWIRLERS BUT SIMPLY > CAN'T HELP IT ? Franii Moran Didn't Get Enough -He Wants 20-Round Go With Willard -With liiH to an in- A victory for the Caiindiona loiii^ht Kive them the Slunley cuii. Should Portland win tonight iinothei- match will be necessary, and It will he the Unal. It now npixuir.s that u rousli and tumble mix-up spoiled the llosebudfi' clmnces in Saturday night's garni'. The game for the most part was played liard and fast, but in Hie final twenty minntoa there was a tinge of rowdyism which Dually brought the chief of the Westinount police and a constable on the ice. Leave It To Newsy "Newsy" Lalonde, probably the best known professional hocltey player in eastern Canada, and wlio played two season.s at the const, was in the centre of the crucial mix-ups. Shortly after the final period began Lalonde jnade an end-to-ond rush, which was termiuutod by Irvine, the Portland covoriioint. Lalonde turned on Irvine hi\T* checking him. Johnson, Portland point, charged Lalonde from bu-liind, knocking him to tlie Ice, and then started at the Canadien player with his lists. Lalonde quickly came to hl-s feet, but he was then attacked. hy Oatmnn, who jumped in to help' Johnson out. Tliis brought a general mix-up. The player.s were swinging at one anotiicr with fist and stick �\vlien Referee Pulfovd and Assistant Brennan were reinforced by Chief of Police Mdffat and a constable, and order restored. Oahnan and Johnson were benched. Killed Portland's Chance Tlio score at thi."? point was 4 to 3 In favor of the Canadiens. With Oat-man and Johnson off tlie line-np Portland lost their last chance to win after a last battle. Canadiens quickly forced them to the defensive, and twice liroko through with tallies beforo the game ended. The brand of hockey shown during the llrst and second periods was im-doubtedly the fastest and most intor-esting over seen in a local rink. The spectators, of whom there were more than nOOO, wore kept on their toes all the way. Frenchmen Made Pace From the commencement of play the Canadiens were the aggressors and forced the pace. So far as speed was concerned, however, and corabi nation playing, the Portlands had little trouble in meeting the Flying Frenchmen. The Rosebuds scored first, Oatmnn tallying with a shot from the side of the rink. Pitre tied it up before the first period ended. In the second session the Frenchmen again jumped iu hard, and this llmo they tallied first. Johnson tied It up again a few minutes afterwards, lifter which fcanadlens ran in two in quick succession. Just before the end Tobin scored again for Portland, the Second verlod ending with the score 4 to S for Canadiens. In the third period, after the fighting was over, the speedy Rosebuds were badly outplayed and never were flhngerous. Alf. Barbour, the former Taber "Chef" hockeylst, figured in the match its a subHtltute. LALONDE HEADS LEAGUE "Newsy" Lalonde, playing manager of the Canadiens of Montreal, headed the National Hockey Association In scoring during the past season. He Bcored 28 goals In league matches. J. Malone, ot Quebec, was second with 25 .goals. ___ New York, .March 27. right hand bandaged, owin Jury to a knuckle on the index linger, and nearly $10,n0U in big ),ills caie-fully tucked away about liis person, .less Willard, the world's heavyweight champion, left here yesterday afternoon, lie is going to Join his family in Chicago and he will rest until the la.st week of A|)ril, wlien he will begin a six week's tour with a circus. Speaking o!' his bout wilh Frank .Moran at .Madi.son Si|Uare Garden, Willard .said: Praises Opponent  "iMorun Is a great, strong fellow, both clever and lull ot courage, but 1 think I could have knocked him out | Saturday night had I not injured my | right hanil early in tiu; light. The doctor says I will not be iMf (o u.sc my right hand for at least two weeks. As to lighting Moran or Fulton or uny other man, my manager will have ; By Benny Kauff ? (Who Hats a Million in .Self. : Praise League) > 1' -Martin, Texas, Alarch �11.- > Watch my dust this season. > ' Watch me while 1 make Iho fans forget that a guy named > : Cobb ever lived. I'll hit that, : real speed I'll lilt them into tlio : ; centre lield bleachers. That's > : the kind of a guy I am. : : I bet one bloke that I'd hit : ? "M) In the National loag\ie. ; Say, get me right, 1 could bunt > all season and hit that much. > ? That's only a mild workout for ? >: me. It's the softest doiigh 1 ? > ever gathered. llit.?,()0? Say, : it's .100 or no count for me ? this year. - > > and as .soon as I gel tbeni, : > keep your eye on lienny. I'll > ? show these boys bow to hit. : I hate to sliow up the pitchers : ? in the spring, hut I can't help > : it. > : : ; : : : .: .;. > .;. KILTIES AT m 'FORTHEfl. KIDNEYS Why Recommended " My ca.se was vrry ccrlnun and I wa** so sick tlmt evrrybody expected niy death any dny. No stiftering coviiil ever be worse tlian what 1 had lo endure. I cmild feel at Hrst the gravel pR,s,iing throiigll niy bladtler lint now I am as .strong as ever. I weigh nboiit 20 lbs. more than when 1 started to take (iin I'ills. 1 i>eg you to pulilisj) my letter ,so that people may know what (Iin I'iUs had done for me. The first box relieved mc a good deal, eight bf�:tes were sullkicnt to cure mc entirely, and bring ine b.'uk lo perfect health. (Sjjd.) ISinHKK TIIO.MAS, , - Tillul KoaJ Glen. N.H." GIN PILLS ore .�olJ by all druggisls. 30c. a box; six boxes for 5^.50. National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. GAN WENT OUT W GHTS AT ELK'S Sie Australian Middleweight Placed Haymatter as the Cloclt Strut-It Eleven Seattle, March 27.-Sid Mitchell of Australia knocked out Charlie ligan, the Kverett, Wash,, middleweight. In the fourtli round of a loiir-ronnd hont Ht tlie Elks' smoker Saturday night. The knockout was accomplished with a riglit swing to the Jaw and was made just as the ligliLs were turned off lor one minuie at 11 o'clock In accordance witli tlio Klks custom. .AViien the lights were tuined on again , lOgan was found lying iielpless In his corner. Kgaii had tlie advantage In I till' fir.st two rounds, but after that jtho fight was Mllchell's. Opposition Offers Criticism of Salaries ANOTHER GAME FOR C' company of the Kilties battalion to attend to thai matter. 1 am willing , tacked another game to iheir string at any time to defend my title." Willard did not show a mark of the contest. Moran Talks .Moran was up early next morning and received many callers at the hotel. The Pittsburg man's face was puffed and his eyes discolored from Willnrds j left-hand jabs, but he was cheerful, lie was unwilling to admit that Willard beat him and claimed that If the seventh round had gone a minute longer he would have kno;,!ked out the champion. "I want another go with Willard," said lloran, "and would like It to be for 20 rounds or more, as I am not at my best in a lu-round bout. In six weeks' time 1 will be ready to meet Willard or any other big fellow they match with me. Believe me, I am not going to remain idle, as 1 know possess every rcciuisite to win the title." of football victories yesterday afternoon. They defeated the .\. "C. O.'s by 4 goals lo nil. The winners lined up as follows: Straltoii; Smith and Thompson; McDade, .Mullen and Craignn: II. Lin-nlng. W. Linning, Watson, Lowe and Scott. Linning Brotliors, .Mullen and Lowe scored a goal apiece. KNOCKOUT IN THIRD ROUND London, :\larch 27.-.limray Wilde, the Englisii fiyweigiit champion, knocked out Sid Smith, former fiyweigiit champion, in the , tiiird round of a lu-round match here this afternoon. PPER TRAIL REHEARSEO AT MAJESTIC LAST NIGHT The "Y" boys' play, "The Upper Trail," took on a more definite shape last night at the .Maje.stlc theatre under the direction of Manager Brown. The environment of tlie theatre helped the bo}.s to do their best, and all together the rehearsal was very satisfactory. Kvery moment is full of intense action and there is u sufiicient amount of comedy and drama to delight any audience. The next reliearsal will be held in the Majestic theatre on Thursday night at 7."n. Nothing to It but Big Jess Hero is a tip that came too late a special from Chicago-arrived at the Herald oltice Monday morning. To wit: . Chicago 111. March 22, 191G. I've been watching your dope on the Willard-Moran go with a great deal ot Interest. Willard lives just two doors from whore I do In Rogers Park and previous to his departure tor Nev/ York I managed to see quite a bit of him. He climbed out of a sick bed a few days before leaving to train, and looked bum up until that time, but he is going to win the big fight. It's a pipe, that's all. There was something in his gait, even when he was stove up with a bad cold, that gave me the tip. And it has been confirmed by his training. It I had any dough, believe me, It would go on Willard at any odds. I've seen a lot of the big boys, including Jeffries, Johnson, McCarthy, Burns, Pelky, Gans, Gunboat Smith and others and none of them looked capable to associate in the outer fringe of the atmosphere occupied by Jess Willard. I haven't seen Moran but I don't have to. Jess WiUard's equal doesn't live at the present time. Went out to see the Chicago speedway last Sunday. Hode for about four hours on the street car but couldn't find it. Takes time to get on to the ropes in a metropolis like Chicago. Best regards from, C. M. McLennan. The foregoing intelligence was directed lo the sporting editor of the Herald from our old and estemed fellow scribe. Mr. McLennan Is well-known in Lethbrldge as a reporter on the Herald staff. He now occupies an editor's chair on the "Aniorlcan Sheep Breeder," published in Chicago. Vidtor for Records April Use "Tiz" If Feet Ache, Biirii^ Piifl up Can't beat "TU" for sore, tired, swollen, calloused feet or corns. , Y'on can. be happy-footed in a mo-moiit. Use "Tlz" nnd never suffer with , tender, raw, burning, blistered, swollen, tired, aching feet. "Tlx" and only "Tl/," lakes the pain and soreness out ot corns, callousoR and bunions. As soon as you put your feet In a "Tl?," bath, you just feel the happl-J10S8 soaking in. How good your poor old, teet feel. They want to danoo tor joy. "Tlz" Is grand. "TIz" Inatautly draws out all the polsoii-0U8 exudations which putt up your I'eet nnd cause soro, iutlttmed, aching Bwoaty I'oot. . Got it 2G-oeut box of "Tiz" at any drug Btoro or doptti'Uuont store, Got Instant foot rellol', I^nugh at foot Butforers ^vho complain. Bocauso ymir feat uvo never, never going to bother or make you limp'uuy more. AilvorllHoinont. U. S. NATIONAL BODY WILL � PROMOTE AMATEUR SPORT Fifty-two American Cities Are Represented at Initial Gathering of New Body St. Ixiuls, March 27.-lioprusenta-tlves of 52 cities mot hero today and a|)poinlod a coinniitluo to draw up resolutions to form a national organization to promote amateur sports and Intor-clty contests. The first Intor-clty meetings probably will be In 1017, WINNIPEG OARSNIAN KILLED Winnipog, Maroii '27.-Word was received hero yesterday from Knglund of the ftuddeu death at Brnmshott oamj) of Capt, Arthur L. Grlllln, ot tlio Canadian army service corps. He was a son ot Fred T, Grlllln, former lands commissioner ot tho 0. P. R. Ho loft Winnipeg three weeks ago and had only boon at the camp ono woek.i No  dotuilB of Ijls death has been recalvtid. Ho was 116 years old ivnd a prunilnont member of tho rowing cUiU. A Hiost cxcellcHt vuricty and nn uiisur]iass('d (luality. All noAV, desiralile antl musicail}^ cnjo}"-aljlc. They Go On Sale Today Ask any "Hio Master's Voice" dealer to play Record 17965. It will be pleasing introduction to the many others, a few of which are listed below. Six ten-inch, double-sided Victor Records -90c for the two selections Hawaiian Love Song Burton-Carroll Sleep Baby, Sleep Burton-Carroll 17905 Hero Comes Tootsi Alice Green So Long Lotty Green-Dixon 17971 On the Hoko Moko Isle Coliins-Harlan When I'M a Sargent Man 17971 Collins-ilarlan To My Dog IJiliy B. Van Mickey the Pum-Pum .Man 179(10 Hilly U. Van At Uio l''ountttln of Youlh D. W. Quinn Hello! Boys, I'm Back Again  17935 Dan W. Quinn .Memories .lohn Barnes Wells Ono Fleeting Hour Elsie Baker 179(;S A Splendid Twelve-inch, Double-sided Dance Record The Princess Pat Waltzes Victor Dance Orchestra Somewlioro a Voice is Calling- .Medley Waltz Victor Dance Orchestra S5534 Red Seal Records La Brabanconne Marcel Journet (i-isns Beautiful isle of Somewhere McCormack (I-142S iMenuovt iu D (Violin Mischa Kinmii (14538 VIctor-Victrola supremacy is always assured by tho trade mark below. Victrolas $21 to $400 Solil on easy payments, 11' desired. Write for freci copy ot our 400-page Musical Un-cyclopedi.H, listing over , GOOO Victor Records. YoH (ail hoar as miiiiy a,"? you wish, for l;lu^, asking at any "His .MasLor's Voico" doalors, BEllLINEE. GRAM-0-PHONE CO.  . LIMITED. 143 LENOIR STREET MONTREAL Dealers In Every Town and City One Price from Coast to Coast Victor Records-Made in Canada Look for "His Master's Voice" ^ Trade Mark MASON & RISCH, Ltd. The Home of The Viclrola Bahnoral Block , Fifth Street South (iJoNTiKUHt) riioir FnoNT Pa an) was printed and distributed to tho members. This was defeated on a straight party vote. Tho position of the two parties on the sinking fund question could bo synopsisetl as follow.": The Conservative.'j advocate a sinking fund for every loan snlflcinnt to retiro tho loan at maturity. Tho Liberals contend that such a policy is inajlvisablo as it is not fol-lowed by any government, provincial or federal. It would make too big tin Inroad into general rovenuo, as an example given, tho parliament buildings were built on a ten-year loan. The buildings will probably last tor many generations. The Conservative policy would make one-third ot a generation bear the entire expense. The Liberals say that Is not fair and instead of diverting so much from tho revenue to provide a maturity sinking fund, it is better to provide for a fair proportion and spread the cost over a greater number than ten years. The same argtimont applies to all permnu-eut buildings and Improvements. The government was also criticised for borrowing Its own sinking funds, tho oiiposltion claiming It should go out of the province for Investments. The Liberals show that every government in Canada borrows any sinking funds that may exist. The item passed immediately on the house resuming after six o'clock. Criticize Salaries Better progress was made at night, very little objection being made to tlie salary list of tho executive council and attorney general's department. When the provincial secretary's department was reached Mr. Mlchener raised the question of a pro rata reduction in civil service salaries to meet tiie existing economic conditions. There was also some criticism of differences in tho salaries of deputy, ministers and chief clerks, the explanation being that the duties varied, some having greater responsibility and larger Etal'fs to Riipervlse. There was criticism of the salary of ?2400 for the chief censor of the tlieatre branch. The opposition thought the salary too high. Dr. Stanley moved that it be reduced to $1800. Hon. Archie McLean contended that the position was very important and showed that Winnipeg city salaries were in excess of the entire cost of the service In this province. The amendment was lost. -Mr. Hpadley advocated compelling the municipalities to look after the inspection of local theatres to see that no films \s;.ere shown other than those which had passed the Inspection. Dr. Stanley condemned a film entitled "The Lure," which he saw In Calgary, as a disgrace. When the department ot municipal affairs was reached Mr. Tweedie made an attack on Mr. Alt. Fiddler of Calgary as auditor. .Mr. Gariepy said Mr. Fiddler is one of the most efilcient men in the employ of the department. He is an exceptionally capable man. Mr. Stewart said he would take Alf Fiddler's audit of a set of municipal This Advertisement may induce you to try the first packet of II but we rely absolutely on the inimitable flavour^ and quedity to make you a permanent customer. We will even offer to give this first trial free if . you will drop us a postal to Toronto. BU3 L- 1 3 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Arrangements have been completed for the presentation at the Majestic Theatre, Thursday Eve Apr. 6th OF AN ARTISTIC CONCERT To be given by the world-renowned Russian Artists -Violinist -Pianist .-'Cellist ACCOMPANIST, ALEX CZERNY This promises to be one of Southern Alberta's most notable musical and society events. The theatre management v/lll be pleased ta receive mall orders for reservations now. Leo-Jan-Mischel- Cherniavsky When Drinking Men urow Fat It should bo considered a warning ot disease rather than a sign of health. Ask your fumWy physician about thla -also about the scientific "Neal Way" ot overcoming all diseased conditions caused by using 'Drink or Drugs. For full information call or address the only NRAL INSTITUTE in Western Canada, 820 Thirteenth Ave. West, Calgary (Phone W4o25), or nearest Neal Institute in 60 Principal Cities KEEP URIC ACID �'T OUT OF JOINTi TELLS RHEUMATISM SUFFERER^ TO EAT LESS MEAT AND TAKE . I SALTS books beforo he would take Mr. Twee-die's. It seemed that Mr. Tweedie did not think Mr. Fiddler was qualified for auditor because he was formerly a C. P. R. conductor' and not specially trained. Messrs. Whiteside and Puffer' also paid tribute to Mr. Fiddler's ability. There was a lengthy discussion over the dismissal of the local improvement council at Zenith and the appointment ot a commissioner. Mr. Qarlepy said such power is exercised only In extreme cases, PIncher City being the only other Instance on record. Mr. Gariepy promised to bring down bU correspondence in connection with the case. The house adjourned at 10.30. :-: DISTRICT NEWS GRASSY LAKE (From the Gazette) A public farewell at home for Mr. and Mrs. James L. Larsen, who are leaving town, was held in Perry Hall on Wednesday evening and very largely attended. Several happy hours were spent with cards, music and dancing and luncheon was served. F. W. Moore, ot tho Union Bank stalf, has been transferred to Alder-son. G. H. James, two miles east ot town; last week shot a large lynx on his place. Llout. Asquith and Ptes. Adams and Killle were in town yesterday and today recruiting for the llSth battalion. TABER NEWS (From the Times) Councillor Bateman is dangerously 111 at his home. Mr. Bateman was confined to his home some weeks ago with a bad attack of grippe, and recently complications have developed which make his condition serious. Secretary Grubb of tho Taber Riding Patriotic Fund association, has received the following sums from local branches: Stirling $100; Sherborne, $11; Purple Springs $8; Retlaw $20. The total amount In cash now collected is over $5,500. Mrs. Mary Goodman, wife ot John Goodman, died on AVednosday afternoon from typhoid fever, at the age of 41 years. Mrs. Goodman's death is the third in Taber from typhoid since tho present outbreak. The deceaseil leaves to mourn her loss besides her husband, throe sons and three daughters. PINCHER CREEK (From the Echo.) One of the most peculiar experien oes of farmers in this western country was that o� a farmer near PIncher Creek. In the fall ot 1913 lie sowed wheat. Next spring, the weather be^ Ing very dry he sowed barley in the same ground; 1914 being the year of the draught, neither the wheat or the barley came to anything. Last spring Willie plowing the land, Ue no ticed something growing. After turn ing one furrow he quit plowing and last fall the wheat sown earlier yield' ed 35 bushels to the acre. Pte. Jas. Johnston, of the 175th Medicine Hat, has had. his leave of absence extended and has been filling the' position of postmaster for Mr. Vroom, who has been laid up with tonslUtis. At the U.F.A. meeting on Saturday March 11th the following rosolutioii was unanimously adopted: Moved by A. H, Lynch-Stauntou seconded by S. P. Hunter-That in view of the fact that the Sample Market Act has been declared inoperative and Its provisions therefore not available to the farmers for the fair ami just marketing of his grain, be resolved: That tho gpvermu'ent has earned tho censure of tho farmers by- allow Ing the provisions of tho Somple Act to be suspended without the consent ot the farmers. Rheumatism Is easier to avoid than to cure, states a well-known author' ity. We are advised to dress wanrily.jf keep the foet dry; avoid exposure;; eat less meat, but drink:. plenty, ol! good water. ,' :', Rheumatism Is a direct result ot eating too much meat and other rich I foods that produce uric acid which is abB0iilating and circulating through the system, eventually settling in tho joints and muscles causing stiffness, soreness and' \ pain called rheumatism. At the first twinge of rheumatism.' get from any pharmacy about four ounces of Jad Saltsr ptit a tablespoon-; ful in a glass of water and drink before breakfast each morning for a-. week. This is said to eliminate uric acid 'by stimulating the kidneys to' normal activity, thtis ridding the blood of these impurities. Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless, and is made from the acid, of grapes: and lemon juice, combined with Uthia J and Is used with excellent results 'by thousands of folks who are subject; to rheumatism. Here you have a' pleasant, effervescent Uthla-water drink which helps overcome urio acid and is beneficial to your kidneys as'-' well. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Lfd: druggists, Lethbrldge, Alberta, r-Acl-' vertlsement. BLAIRMORE (From tho Kntorprise) Little Ituth Lyon, daughter of Lieut; Col. Lyon, has been lying In a critical condition during the past week, suffering from pneumonia.. On Monday the child ; was attacked with convulsions, and fears �were entertained for her recovery. Drs. MacDonald antl MacKenzie wore called and wore oblig ed to make use ot the pulmotor, and wo are pleased to report tho child's condition Is now improving. Lieut. HiBcocks came up from Leth bridge and has recruited seven for tlio Kilties. Recruits for tha .J.92nd are coming In from B. C, points at the rate of eight ol' ton a day. D. A, Sinclair ami A. M. Morrison went to lildmonton by Wednesday night's train, where they will try to bring pressure to. bear upon the department ot public works towards making improvomonts to tho Pasa highway. Wo understand thajt already thirteen applications have .been received for tho pastorate ot the Coleman In-Btitntlonal church which was declared vacant on Sunday last. CLARE8H0LM (From the .Advertiser) This line Is getting plenty of grai cars and' farmers are hauling it in about as fast as the cars take it away. H. Sansburn has severed his connec- ers were present. Get a Farm of Your Owii- -rr, TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land -will support you.and pay," tor -itself. An �immense' ''area ol tho' most fertile land in Western C?anada, for sale at low prices and easy terms,'' ranging from ?U to:|30 for, farm'lairds with ample '-^ rainfall-^lrrlgiated lands' from $35. Terms-One-twentieth- down,-balance within twenty, years. In irrl-,: gatibn districts loan for farm build-' ings, eto., up to |2,00"0,'also repayable'. In twenty years-interest only 6 percent. Privilege of paying In full at any. time. Here is your opportunity to Iut: crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends-as neighbors. For Literature and parv tioulars apply to. Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Lands,' Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources> Alberta and H. A. Craig, Deputy MliUj,; ister of Agriculture and other ,apeaJC5?,|| CipWANlS ^ Almond Nut Bar A rich, velvety, milk chocolate containing an abundance" of plump almonds - a quality that cannot be surpassed. Sold everywhere. A.14 Made in Canada,, ;