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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, lOlfi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE r>k?ht by Single Goal (ieorye Costello, Fiel^ian Giant, \'ictim of f'rowess of Great Can ad Wrestler I D N.H.A. Champs Flourish Under Western Rules-Another Game Will Settle It 0 Jess Willard So Far Forgets Himself as to Peddle Mortifying Piffle Costello a Rough Customer But | He Was Beaten at His Own Game Clilciigo. :\lavfh 28-Jksh Wlliard heavywciglil clinmpion of tlio world, iiirived lioro (odny from New York, ] HhowiiiK no ill effects of Saturday liiglifB tight, other than thai liiH right, liaiul WiiH in huiulttgcK, According to iiniiouucemenl Willard ix\\\ remain in Chicago sovernl w'oelalonde Poulln bavlolette goal defence defence wing rover center wing Portland Murray Tobin Irvine I larrm Dunderdale Barbour Oatman LIKES BENNY LEONARD Tex RIckurd says of Leonard: "This i^eonard boy is about the best boxer r have seen since the days of .Toe Gans. He is as great a ring general as Gans was, and he fights and uses the same tactics as Joe did. Leonard had to tear in the other night but in a 20-round bout I don't think Dundee could ever hit him." What Is a It is a long, mild Havana-filler Cigar with rounded head and end very blunt ^3 for25c->^ The reason for the blunt end is to give you an easy, mild, cool smoke. Blunts are scientifically correct - you enjoy the cigar to the e^d. Smoke them today. Spoltane, .Marc'ii ;r..-"O-n-o-n-ijow;" With � screech liiai. would have done credit to a wild-eyed Coraache on the warpath, (ienrge Costello went down to doffiat at the hands of .lack Taylor last night at fiie Auditorium in two straight falls. Taylor secured the first fall after 15 minutes and five seconds of gouging, biting, i)uiiching and mutilating with a body scissors hold. Taylor did not mince matters in tlie second 1)oiu after a 10-ininute respite. He went alter the 2'M pounds of beet with u zesi and a'ter three minutes and 2U secoiiiis of spirited work pinned Costello's shoulders to the mat witli a body scissors liold, the same Willi which he secured the first fall. Taylor left the ring jusi as quietly as he ontored, while ("ostcfllo left snorting like a sea lion. The latter, before the bout took place, vociferously declared he was "one tough bird." hut he tailed to prove it. Costello Picturesque Figure t'ostello entered the ring intent on picking a fight. When Dave Burns, who refeieed the encounter, and John Herg examined liim to see if ills wrestling paraphernalia w^as according to "Iloyle"-C'osteilo was dressed In a garb tliat would liave put Jacob's coat of many colors (o shame-Costello let out a raucous bellow and shifted his heel-covered arras as though he intended to deal out destruction to all within reach. He finally calmed down and permitted Burns to examine his trunks, wliile the good-alzed crowd that was present howled in enjoyment. The liout iiad scarcely started when Cofllollo hurled Taylor to Wvi canvu.s and proceeded to initiate him. He brouglit his ham-like hands down on Taylor's neck with cruel force and thumped his ribs vigorously. Not satisfied with this he proceeded to rub Taylor's nose with his knuckles nntil that member smarted and the crowd yelled for Taylor to retaliate. Jack was reluctant to start but when Costello showed no iuclinatlon to desist Taylor let go with all the tricks listed in his category and Costello cried long and loud. Burns Cautions Costello Itefereo Burns cautioned Costello to dispense with his rough tactics, but his warning only drew this reply from Costello: "You see what he do. What you think .1 do." After more rough and tumble work, Taylor worked Costello into an open position and quick as a Hash put on the body scissors. Costello could not break the hold and Burns tapped Taylor's back in recognition of the tali. The second bout was short but snap-pt. Taylor Vent after his man with 11 vengeance and after rolling liinr all over the ring again worked him into an open position and clamped on the body scissors which he did not release until Costello's shoulders were on the mat. Despite the rough tactics employed, the bout pleased the crowd. protects and preserves your teeth. An eminent dentist recently said; "Chewing gum is one of the best things possible. It gives tiie gums the exercise they need. It rubs off particles of food that otherwise would ferment and cause decay, and it strengthens the salivary glands." WRIGLEY'S is the largest seller in the world, because its long-lasting flavors and its real Mexican chicle body are of WRIGLEY quality-the best that men, money and tnachines can produce. 3ST Write for book by the "Spearmen" in colors. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrifiley Bldg., Toronto C-36 f, . the first ilection of the eastbound started I?, run ad crippled one of Pittsburg-Baltimore ' Buffalo limited, causing another section of tliat train to crash into It. A short time later, I beforq the signalman could Hag it, the fast Twentieth Century Limited, westbound, crashed into the wiockago that had piled up on the westbound track. Dayliglit had not yet appeared when the three trains i)llod up. li'armorf, and villagers rushed to the a.ssiatanco oC tho stricken passengers. The work of rescuing those pinioned under the wro(^kago was hampered by darkness, which was acccntuined by the dense log. Ambulances, automobiles and all kinds of vo hides wore rushed from lOlyrIa and other nearby points (o tlie scene of tlio wreck. The little morgue at Amherst was soon filled with bodies of the dead. Most of the injured were convoyed to hospitals in lillyriu. Tho Twentieth Century Limited proceeded on its way to Chicago. None of the passengers on this train \vore Injured. All of the dead ami Injured wero on train No. 86. the wheelers pretty bad. The dance given in John Thomp. son's new house proved a success. Tliere was a large crowd In attendance and all enjoyed themselves until daylight. ' " ' ' . .. From Germany go several wagon-loads of German history and geographies for use in the Turkish schools, but no food. A POPULAR TOOKE COLLAI^ TOOKE BROS. LIMITED V 79 6949 ?653 ;