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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 191(5 r H E L E T H B RID G E DAILY HER A L D PAGE THREE RED BIRD BICYCLES HAVR yoli n Ixry? Think whnln'lUaiittord* tvouUl liiive iiiMiil to you m Ills nsi'. Clean, henltliy fun, nliirdy i HlreiiKth - more relish for | �t�ily. I Boys'or tiltln'model $J0 ; 9- Men's or I^iidlcH' ~ model . . - . �45 tC.C.M. Moilcl ?35 Madfi in Cnnnda by Canada Cycle iS. Motor ii Co., Limited, Toronto, it 88-A p ilij|Nlliiilciii;i!iiii|i|iii::i:ii;i!ii|iiiiiiiiign;i:iniiu kor .'sale by the lethbridge cycle co., 110 5th St. S. JACK TAYLOR EXHIBITING HIS MJISCLES oronto G bomc onors Captures Single Championship of American A. li. C. Tourney at Toledo 'J'oledo, O., Murch 29.-Canada won lt8 first bowling title when it KntlierccI the Individual clianuiionsiilp of tlic Amorican Howling; OonKress liere to-nlsht through the proweHS of Sam Schllnman of Toronto. Schliniiuin shot .^tjl, scwljiK up the title in llie last game with two strikes and ciglu sporoB. Ben Huosman of CInclnnali, ran Beoond with 510 and Frank Shaw of Chicago, was third'Aith ITt;. The men rolled throe ganie.s for tho champlon.ship, which went to Schii-jnan, the Canadian being low man in the flrst game. HIb second saw hlin set three strikes In a row, and he was jiover headed, linesman played in fine style, but was In hard luck, three wide open HplitB and a cherry pick in tlie laat game forcing him to drop to fiecond place. Frank Shaw sliot an errorless aeries until the llnal game, when three splits cropped up, and killed oft hi.s chances. He throw his last three shots In poor stylo and made two errors. Scores were as follows: Bchllman, Toronto ir.7 201 196-oGl Huesman, Cincln'tl 171 isr> 154-510 Shaw, Chicago .. 16S 170 138-47G Chicago Cleans Up Three of the four championships �were won by Chicago, which entered the heaviest delegation from an out-�lde city. Chicago has won a fourth of the prize money offered for the five-man lirize winners of tlie American Bowling Congress tournament, landing nearly �3,200 of the $12,00 offered. "Sykes" Thoma, and ''Hank" Marl-no won the doubles with the mark of 127'J rolled two weeks ago. Thoma won the all-events with 191!), U, comparatively low score. iNING IN M mmm in t cranbrook mines STOMACH ACIS FINE! ilNDlGE8IION,GAS. t HEARTBURN. ACIDITY "pape's diapepsin" fixes sick, sour upset stomachs in five minutes late robt. davies riomlneut Tunailinn turf man and luilHonalre, wlio died on March 22, in Torcmlo. He lius ownnd several King's I'liilii winnors. and was a past vlce-pr(!siiii!iil of I hi! Ontario .Tockey Club. LAURIER NOT SATISFIED (JO.N TlNliKIl lllDM FrioxT I'A(IK) CANADIAN WRESTLING CHAMPION HAS SPLENDID PHYSIQUE COUPLED WITH SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE OF GRAPPLING AR _ Tlie former Lotlibridgn policeman has developed ii. wonderful physique since liis pioneer days on th mat in this city. Taylor, besides having great muscular development, lins great scientlllc ability. That the Canadian wt'ostiing champion doesn't depend upon his muscles alone to crush his oi)poiientB may bo gleaned from the following eulogy from the Spokesman-KevlBw. leading i)apor of Spokane. Taylor has liad a triumiihant invasion of the metropolis of the inland em-])ir� and the Spokeanian-Ueview comments as follows: "The versatility of Jack Taylor as a wrestler was demonstrated the other night when he defeated Costello in successive falls with a body scissors hold, it showed beyond (luestion of a doubt that Taylor's activity on the mat is not conrined to any one special hold, such as Steti.hcris boasted body scissors, for instance, or Gotdi's toe hold, but that he la master of all the holds known to the science of wrestling and that he can throw an opponent with any of these holds. A resume of tlie bouts he has engaged in shows that Taylor has thrown his men with dilYercnt holds, lie defeated the huge mountain of )>eef and brawn, Kerveras, with a toe hold. He pinned Westorgaard's shouiaurs to the mat with a straight body hold, and Costello succumbed to a body scissors hold, l^ndos was thrown with a half-nelson and crotch. This goes to show that Taylor does not specialize on any one hold, but is a resourceful wrestler with a largo number of tricks in his bag. Another salient feature of Taylor's performances is that none of his opponents got behind him for any length of time to do any rial danmgo. lie has usually been the aggressor throughout. There may bo a few wrestlers in the world today who can throw Taylor, but Spokane fans who have followed him in his work are not inclined to this opinion." Taylor is desirous of wrestling in Lethbridge. Ho has aKreed to throw .lack Ellison, the middleweight cliamp-ion of western Canada, three times in an hour. Ellison Informed the Herald yesterday that lie was willing to go on with Taylor and there is now good prospects of seelug a good wrestling match here in tlie near future. taylor to meet russian .lack Taylor has been matched to meet Ivan MIchlaloff, a Russian ^\'restler of some class, at Spokane, April 10. MIchlaloff is a giant, standing G feet 8 InohCB In hia Btocklng feet. Ho -weighs close to 216 pounds and Is' said to be the handaomest wrestler in the liualness. TRICK PLAY BY LALONDE AND PRODGERS PROVE UNDOING OF PORTLAND TEAM IN FINAL MATCH-WINNING GOAL AT FINISH Montreal March 30. - Canadiens the greater part of the N.H.A. season, isational rushes. Ill feeling was evident champions of the National Hockey | and who has been the sensation of the j In the nrsl. Period, but^ strict penal- TO CHANGE N. H. A. flULES The National Hockey Association r'ill take a lout from the Pacific Coast Lioaguo book of mles iiexti season. The penalty rule will be closo-ly observed and tho offside likewise. Coast hockey la very clean, N. H. A. contests have boon the opposlto. A new understanding with tho coast magnates, too, Is talked of on the coast. Association, 1915-16 seaaon, tonight won one year's possession of tho Staii-ley cup and the title of professional hookey champions of the world by defeating tho Portland, Oregon club of the Pacific Coast League by a score of 2 to 1 In the Ilfth game of tho series. Three wins were needed to establish the victors, and tonight's contest started with each club holding two victories to their credit. Lucky Work Ooldio Prodgers, who was used as a substitute by tho Canadiens through series, shares with Newsy Ualonde the world's professional championship tios quickly brought tho players into the mood to attend solely to the main credit tor tonight's victory. | game. . In tho second and third jior- With the score tied in tho last stage of the third period, Lalonde and Prodgers pulled a trick play that allowed Prodgers to got half way up the Ico before the Portland forwards know just what was hapjienlng and Prodgers scored on the play. For the remaining four minutes the Canadiens fell Ijack on tho defense and held the visitors out. Good Gams Tho play was liard and fast, but the checking was too close for sen- iods few ponaltioB wore called lor. The rule.s were those of the National Hockey Association with .�six men on each team. The teams: Canadiens Vezina McNamara Corbeau Pitre Lalonde Prodgers goal defense defense wing centre wing Portland Murray Irvine .lohnson Harris Oatman Tobin progress of uppeer trail On Monday next tho "Y" boys will have a dress rehoaraal of their play, "The Upper Trail," which, is a week before tho date of production, the 10th and 11th of April. The rehearsal last night saw things in nn improved shape and the boys got there in- their choruses around tho camp-fire. ? ? leonapo and welsh to fight tonigt .\ew York, March 31.-Bonnie Leonard, the sensational lightweight, will have the chance of his career tonight at iMadlson Square CJarden, when ho will box 10 rounds with Freddie Welsh, the world's llglitwoigbt champion. Leonard lias made rapid strides during the last season and has (llaposed of several fast boxers. A knockout by Leonard would mean a world's titlo. The bout is attracting considerable attention and Jimmy .lolinson, manager of tho garden has put up a purse of ?n',000 for the fray. Of this amount tho cliamploii will re-ceiv(! $12,000 and Leonard will get sptJ.OOO. The Value of a Bicycle like a cheque; depends on the name of the maker - brantford, standard and national bicycles, prices from $35 to $45, cushion spring $60,00. all wheels fitted with genuine dunlop tires, and guaranteed from twelve' to 18 months, cash or .easy payments. repairs, wheel a nd frame building done with the most* up-to-date tools, everything in, stock from a spoke to a complete cycle, Lethbridge Cycle Co. '  110 6TH 9T. SOUTH near hudson's bay store NSDO AN OFFER OF 13 ALIiORE FEOS EN $900,000 DAMAGES Philadelphia, Pa., March MO.-Tho Ualtimore Federal League baseball club today filed In tho I'nited States District Court hero a suit against organized baseball tor $1)00,000 damages under the Sherman AntKPrust Act. Tlie suit Is directed against tho Ijat-lonal l.,8aguu, the American League, and all their clubs, August Herrmann, R. B. Johnson, and John K. Tenor, of the National Baseball Commission and James A. Gilmore, Charles H. Weegh-man, and Harry Sinclair, formerly of tho Federal League. The Ualtimore Federal League ^ per cent from last year was made. On top ot that comes another reduction. Borrowina Pov^Br An interesting question to oonaid-er in connection with the greatly reduced assessment is that ot borrowing power. tJnder tho city charter the city may borrow up to 20 per cent of its total assessable value. Another reduction will hring the total assessable value down to $18,000,000, making the limit of the city's borrowing power about $3.'fi00,000. This amount has already been reached, 'b it la good-bye to any further copital expenditures until a boom come's along to boost up tho assessment valuation. Tho gr- tly water system may bo kissed gooabye. It Is doubtful If even the proposed filtration plant could be undertaken. The city commissioners are about satisfied that they have reached the bottom In assessment figures. The final session of the court of revision will bo held Monday, THE VALUE OF TROm Truth in bu-siness is just as important as truth in every-day life; truth creates-Tonfidence, establishes good-will and builds a reliability that will not be wrecked by the storms of competition., Through three generations people, have learned to place reliance on the advertised words ot Scott's Emulsion,, because they are untarnished, une.T-; aggeratcd truisms about a household! remedy of real and actual worth. '1/he popularity of Scott's Emulsion is increasing as intelligence advances,', because in these days of adulterations; It continues to guarantee pure cod liver oil medicinally perfected with glycerine and . hypophosphites to build strength, im-' prove the blood and stringthen the lungs... It is free from harmful drugs-a whole--;, ome food-tonic, truthfully advertised. Srott&Uowue.Torouto. Ont. lS-�': ACID IN STOMACH ' SOURS THE FOOD- BILLY W^?ks GETS MATCH Billy Wegk'^,, Cnnadlaii middleweight chamuJQu, states that ho has boon matched .with Sid MltcheU, the Australian, tor a four-round bout at SoattlQ on April 17, announcement to frenchmen By a decree of the 4tli o� February, 1916; tho Minister ot War haa decided that no further privileges will be given for delay In answering the call to tho colours, except for a limited period, and that tho privnege al-ready grouted in some cases of delay, Ing tor an indefinite period, must cease troni the following dates: 31st ot March, 1916, for those whoso beneficiaries reside In Europe and Northern Africa, (Morocco, Tunis, Trlpontaln, Egypt), � 30th ot April, 101(1, for those whose beneficiaries reside in tho other parts ot Africa, in Asia, IN AMKRICA and in Oceania. After these dates, soldiers who have not complied with the above regulations will he disobeying the military law. To Justify their position, the interested parties will have to apply at my office, 211 Grain Exchange Building, Calgary. B. de Rousay de Sales, French Consular Agent tor.Alberta, insist on literacy test Washington, March 30.-The Burnett immigration bill with Its Ittoraoy test and Asiatic exclusion provisions unchanged, paased the house late today by a vote of 308 to 87. It now goes to the sonsito, where favorable action ia regarded as assured. Sayi Excess of Hydrochloric Acid Is Cause of Indigestion A well-known authority states that stomach trouble and IndieeBtion Ir nearly always ..due to acidity-acid stomach-and not, as most tolks believe, from tt lack ot digestive juices. He atotes that an excess ot hydrochloric acid in the stomach retaVds digestion and starts food fermentation, then our meals sotir like garbage In a can, forming acrid fluids and gaaes which inflate the stomaoh,' like a toy balloon. W� then get that heavy, lumpy feellns In the Cheat, we eructate sour food, belch gas, or have heart burn, flatulence, - irater* brash or nausea. H� tells UB to lay aside all digestive aids and Instead, get from any pharmacy four ounces of Jad Salts and take a tablespoonful In a glass of water before breakfast while It is effervescing, and furthermore, to continue this for one week. While relief follows the first dose, it is Important to neutralize the acidity, remove the gas-making mass, start the liver, stimulate the kidneys and thus promote ' a free flow of pure digestive juices. Jad Salts la Inexpensive and is made from the acid ot grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia and sodium phosphate. This harmless salts Is used by thousands of people for stomach trouble with excellent results.-J. D. Higlnbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists, Lethbridge, Alberta.-r Advertisement. ladiesi secret to darken gray hair _ <, Lustre To ollrainate unnecessary move-lAieuta a French school ot gymnastics �t'tikos Instantaneous photpgraphB of pupils In action and thus is able to study tbelr Ituotlons. Above and below the air chamber lu a new French automobile tiro are sections filled with elastic strips, which come together and aupport the tire in event ot puncturo. Bring Back Its Color and with Grandma's Sage Tea Recipe. Common gardei* sage brewed into � a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn groy, streaked and.) faded hair beautifully dark and lux-i urlant; remove every bit of dandruff, stop Itching scalp and faning hair. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur re*: clpe at homo, though, is � troublesome.: An easier way is to got the ready-to-. use'tonic, costing aibout 50 cents a, large bottle, at drug stores, known as ; "Wyoth's Sage and Sulphur Cojri-pound," thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded hair lis not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive- � ness. By darkening your hair with' Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur; no i one can tell, because it does It so; natur--ally, so evenly. You Just'dampeui a, sponge or soft bntsU with It and.iJraw' this through your hair, taking'f one small strand at a time; by nvor'nlug: all gray hairs have dlsappfl^^l'ett,'J{'After another application.or-jtwo ygur hair becomes beautifully ,aark,'',gj088v soft and luxuriant and you '' ftpnoar years younger, J. D. Hlslnbothani '^ Co., Limited, Bruggista, Lothbrl(ls