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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE I CUARANTEED BICVCUES ON" n huiry-uu toll. I rcjoli l". my Iml with one hurl'- W ' "Clcvelsni" wWr Sid sayn a wBU-ino^iiKl^r. The "aev^liisil" i'�ti3 ii90!.hly-ii'buUt inti �� B^rvlce. ?rlc� '�' ;.C.M. Model'f" Untie in Car.ada bii Canada Oycio & Motor Company Limited. Toronto. 31-A CANADA'S CHAMPIOX SOLDIER TUGGEKS. FOR SALE BY D. E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH 407 5tli St., 8. Phone 1032 II UNO BOSTON EAMS ES THIS YEAR GIANTS AFRAID OF THESE TWO CLUBS IN NATIONAL LEAGUE PENNANT CONTENTION Hot Water for Sick Headaches Tells why everyone should drink hot water with phosphate In It before breakfast. The disUiiclIon of UaviiiK llie liciivi.'Hi. body of men on a Hm-'>f-wor U-.am In .-my of tho Canadinii KxpRdllionary forcfis now in trnining in Canada 1:; claimed by tlie I IGtli lialtalion, Kingston. Ont. Tlie aggregate weiglit of the team proper, made up ot ten men. tnrnw the .scales at 2VM lbs. Tho av(!rage weight oC each man on the team without the captain Ik approximately 211 lbs. The above picture hIiow.-; the latent photo of the learn wlilcb won against allcomers in .several military carnivals and is open to aece|ii cliallengea against t\lg-of-war teams on the American continent. LAST YEAR'S WINNERS NOT CONCEDED MUCH OF A CHANCE BY THE CRITICS Tills American national game develops some queer anglen as ovideiiRed in tho cases of one of the clubs that llgured in tho last world series and in those ot somo of the players who were on the r^ival outfit. If you don't liappen to recall tho occurrenoes of last October, It may be mentioned that Boston Americans met Plilladclphlu N'atlonals, and that the latter club was beaten, four games in five, ft tall. Wood's case was somewhat similar. He kicked on be ing cut from $7501) to $5000, and Pro-Bidont Lannin got waivers on hint just to show him -vs'hat other clubs thought of his demands. When ho found none of tho clubs cared about him ho became wise. J LUB o- A meeting of City Tennis Club enthusiasts took place last night at the V. M. C A. and the attendance and spirit wlilcli obtained at the roi'cting augurs well for the game at the city courts this season. Ottlcers were elected for the ensuing year. They are as follows: Hon. President-^Supt. Peiiiiefather. Hon. Vico-Presidrnt-Inspt. Chancy. President-.1. G. Robertson. Vlce-Pre3ident--J. L. Palmer. Secretary--Pred Kenny. Treasurer-.Aliss lilthol .'\iiil. Auditor-D. .1. McSwain. Executive committee-.ludge Jackson. A. C. llaworlli. .M. S. McArthur, Miss B. .Niminons, Miss Pennel'altier. There is a likelihood ot tlie courts lieing drained this year. This will overcome a serious drawback if the club can see its way clear to putting in a proper drainage system. ACCEPTS CHALLENGE The S.O.E. Carpethali team herewith accept tlie ciiailengc oi the Ij.O.O. Moose, to play for the City Sign Works Sliield. games to be played in the S.O.K. hall on Wednesday evening, April ."illi. at 9 o'clock. STANLEY CUP FINAL Montreal, .March Tlie (iftii and deciding game ot the Stanley Cup iiockey series will lie played tonight under the X.ll.A. rules with six men teams. Portland Rosebuds defenders ot tho Cup, express conlldence In their ability to ho!d the silver emblem, but the challenging Canadiens are equally optimistic over their chances of bringing the trophy east. The latter will have advantage of more spare men to use and are ex-Iiected to set a fas^t pace for the visiting players. tJanadlens arc slight favorites in the hotting. Headacin' of any kind, is caused liy aiito-liitoxicatloii-which iiioaiis .soil-polsmilng. I.lvcr and bowel poisons called toxins, sucked Into the blood, llirougl; 111!' lymph ducts, exclti' Ilic lieiirl whicli punilis the blco;l so fast that, it ongcpi..^ in llic siiialli'V arliM--ie;; iinil veins uf I he head producing called lieadaclie. Von become nervous despondent, sick, tevcrisli and miserable, your meals sour lind almost nan.''eate yo\i. Then you resort to acetanillde. aj^pirin or the iirnmides which leniporaruily relieve but do not rid tlie blood of these irritating toxins. A gnss of hot water with a lea-spoonful of limestone' phosphate in it, drank before breakfast for awhile, will not only wash these poisons from your system and cure you of headaclu! but will cleanse, purify and freshen the entire alimentary canal. Ask your pharmacist for a quarter pound of limestone phosphate. It is inexpensive, harmless a.s sugar, and almost tasteless, except for a sourish twinge which is not unpleasant. It you aren't feeling your best, it tongue is coated or you wake up with bad laste. foul breath or have colds, indigpstiou. biliousness, constipation or sour, acid stomach, iiegln the phos-phated hot , water cure to rid your system of toxins and poisons. Results arc ((uick and it is claimed that those who continue to flush out the stomach, liver and bowels every morning never have any hoadaciie or know a miserable moment. ESS GAINS PRESI N DEFEAIiNG I CANADIAN AMATEURS WIN HOCKEY MATCH IN GOTHAM Xcw York, March 29.-The .Mou-archs ot Winnipeg defeated the Crescent A. C. hockey team on Monday night, 7 to n, at St. Xicholaa rink. The feature was tlie uiiusunlly clean work of both teams. The Monarclis will play but one more game in the United Stales before returning to Winnipeg. Negotiations are now under v,-ay with the Toronto Riversides for a contest next Fi-iday or Saturday night at Clove-laud. If the Riversides do not accept tho cliallenge, the Detroit A. 0. will be given a return game at Detroit. ? > ? !* ? > : n the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MO'TORCYCLE Agent. � W 6th St, 8, - Phone 1032 BURMAN wins AUTO RACE San Diego, Cal., March 29.~Taking the load in tlio third lap from Barney Oldfiold and never being .he'aded from that time to tlie flnish. Bob flurman last Saturday won tho Panama-California Kxpositlon fifty-mile match hero. Burmun's lime was G7.:i0 4-5, and was consldorod remarkable by experts In view of tho dangerous course. ?o sprayer; 1 lime w'art sprayer; 2 new Hoover potato di.'jgors; 1 land packer; 1 set of weigh scales, 2000 lbs.; 1 200 egg incubator nnd brooder; 2 cultivators; 1 hay rake; 1 express wagon, 1 democrat wagon; 60'rods ot hog w're; 1 crpam separator, nearly new; 1 churn; shovels; spades; I single biiggy; forks; i sots of team harness, 40 tons'ot seed potatoes; 2 hives of bees, FURNITli.RE-1 I-arge cook range; 2 heater stoves; 4 large extension tabUs; 10 bedsteads,,springs aud mattresses; 1 set o� wicker chairs At �; 1 roll top writing desk and cUalr; 1 Ice refrigerator; also u ciunntlty ot bedding; 4 dressers; � kltolieu and B dining chairs; a large quantity ot cooking utensils. TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON J. A. SMITH, Auotloneef ;