Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE THREB THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1016 Backache, Rheumatism anii Dropsy. THE NEWEST REHEDV HERALD Kidney, Bladder and Uric Add trpublM brhiit misery to nmny. Whtmtlio kkltioys weak or disoivstxf, those natural do not cloan-sotho blood, .suiilcliwtly. and tho poisons tiro carrlfU to all parts ot tlio body. Tbcro follow depression, aches snd pains, heaviness, drowsiness, Irrita- bility hauclachos, chilliness and rheu- matism. In some people there am sharp pains In the back and distress ng bladder disorders and sometimes obatm- ato dropsy. The uric acid somotlnK'a forms into gravel or kUlnoy stones. lion thn uric ucld affects tho miiselns and joints it causes liimlwso, rheumatism, gout or sciatica. This Is tho tlrao w try "Amirlc." Send JOc. for trial package. During digestion uric ucid is absorbed Into tho system from niout oaten, and evnn from aomo vcsotnblcs. Tho poor kidneys got tired and bacltachu begins. This Is a time to tako tho new discovery of Dr. Pierce for Klu- npy trouble and Backache. Kefrlected kidney trouble is responsible! Tor many deaths, and Insurance Company examin- ing doctors always test tho water of an applicant netora a policy will ba issued, llave you ever set aside a bottln uf water for twenty-foiir hours? A heavy sedi- ment or settline sometimes Indicates kid- ney trouble The true nature and char- actor of diseases, especially those of tho kidneys and urinary can often determined by it careful chemical an- alysis and microscopical this is done by export chemists of tho Medical Staff of thu Invalids' Hotel. If yon wish to know your condition send a your water to Doctor T'ierco'E Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.. and de- scribe your symptoms. It will bo ex jimined without any expense to you, and Doctor Pierce' or bis Staff of Assisting Physlciaus will inform you KNOW TITfSELF Rend all about yourself, your system, fihysiology, anatomy, hygiene, simple nine cures, etc., iu iho "Common boim Medical Adviser.1' a look of 1008 pages. Send to- Dr. V. M. Plorco, Buffalo, N. Y., SO cents fri onfi-conb stumps for y. cloth- ijouiiU copy. Custoufls prepaid. GENERAL DRAGOMIROFF NEARLY LOST HIS LEGS Defied Army Doctors to Proceed With Proposed Amputation. PUTS MANTELL OUT FOR COUNT IN: THIRD CHAMPA TEAR-IN FIGHTER-PRELIMS GOOD PHILLIES HUMBLE THE LEADERS It took Billy Weeks two rounds, two minutes and 'fifiv seconds to success- fully defend his title against Frank Mantell of Butto in the tonkouml scheduled contest last night at the Majestic theatre. A haymaker right stayed down while the referee count- ed eight on him when the hnll saved the day. The last time, in the third round, Mantell went down. He was in evident agony, and though ho couldn t Doctors may err, even in the still ness ot the sick-room. to Mantell's body near the close to the "o so. third round out tho challenger down I for the count anil Weeks was declared winner. Cries of "'foul, foul'1 greeted the de- cision. Many in the audience claim- ed Unit Weeks' last blow was low, .Mantoll's seconds putting forward the same opinion. The referee, H. F- tj- Hruoks.. sporting editor of tho Cal- gary Herald, stoutly maintained that the" blow was fair and there, were: few- ill the ringside seats to disagree, willl him. !l was just a ease of too much Weeks The middleweight champion rise In time, lie made every effort to through the ropes. He rose count of nine. He was in trouble, and just before the bell rang, Weeks tore In asain, .Mantell being on the floor when tho bell rang. Weeds' is too experienced the advantage of much j t fighter and with five pounds in weight lie made life miserable for the contender. At that Maiitell shaped up fairly well asa boxer. The opin- ion' of the funs is that Mantell against man of his own weight who is a .r-ln fighter, instead ot" a more then are. they likely to make put up a pretty exhibition. But Weeks went into the fray with the evident Intention of doing the job with as little waste of lime as pos- sible and he did it. The blow that put Mantell out wasn't the only one delivered by the champion that put Mantell In diffi- culties. Twice In the second round Mantell went to the floor. The first mistakes in the uproar of the battle field. That this Is so is shown by the experience ot. the famous Russian General Dragomiroff, who once nar- rowly escaped losing both legs. He commanded a division during the Russo-Turklsll War, ami fell in the fighting at the Shipka Pass, wounded iu several places. He was carried uneouscious to a field hospital, and came to .himself Just as the doctors were about lo amputate both legs. rjragorniroff said ho would rather take his chances of dying, but they persisted. Then he drew .a revolver, p.nii swore he would blow. out the brains of Hie first man wiio tried to use a lancet on him. He had his way, but for over a week he held that re- volver tightly clenched.in his hand, fearing that the surgeons would ye' play a trick upon him. At night ho made his. servant stand on guard rifle: He... recovered after a few weeks' illness, and the only permanent ill effect was a slight limp. Needless to say, he afterwards regarded the army surgeon as one of the soldiers' worst foes. BED! MDR REGULATIONS WITHDRAWN 27. Great. .Bri- tain lias withdrawn regulations for the. importation of cigar tobacco, which American growers say would ruin their business aiid authorized imports on the.basis of those in 101! ]514 and 1915. The Fight By Rounds Manlnll entered the ring at and took the corner willl his back to the audience. Ho was given a good re ception. entererl at 'J.-1T and was hailed as tiie Canadian champion. Manager Hrown introduced the box- ers, introducing also Keferee Brooks. Biddy Bishop. Weeks' manager, and Hiilir'y fludson, manager Wf Young Ross of who yesterday posted a forfeit of for a match willl Weeks at a date and place to be set later. .Manager Brown also spoke for the Lethbrldge Sports and Amuse- ment Club which is endeavoring to encourage clean' boxing events here, keeping everything on the square. The boxers and the referee held their con- sultation as to rules, agreeing to fight. men sparred for an Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston..... I NTc-w York at the pittslrarg NATIONAL Won 90 SS St. Louis .380 Leaders Humbled Brooklyn, Sept. 2S.-Philadelphia .OOS i Boston .607 Chicago .683 Detroit i Now York .430 St. Louis .431! i Cleveland .397 j Washington AMERICAN Won SS host Cl 60 Philadelphia 73 74 73 115 Pet. .573 .663 .51 .DO 50 Senators Win Philadelphia. Sept. d men came together ore o i" of which may Prove a decisive tactor i ed effectively. tho National League W and mixed at close quarters, m me ot may prove a clinciies Mantell endeavored to pro- tho National League pennant race. Washington.......... tec himself and playe.1 for Weeks' Philadelphia reduced Phihulelplua 1 J jaw Weeks tore away at to less than half a Uilha aim BresMel body. They broke and on coming to- TUe was an erratic and bchaug gelher Weeks shot his right to Man-; Both teams made costly Big Win for New_YorK llin blow I nlnvs. A one- noston, Sept. lork came toll's stomach following ,up the blow with his whole body. .Mantell went down and was slowly counted out. The tight was over. The preliminaries were as good as were ever seen here. In the first Charlie Jones made lus first appearance against Max Noble. His superior reach enabled him to lint over telling punches and the ref- eree gave him the decision. The boys put up a pretty exhibition. anil brilliant plays. A one- the handed catch by I'askert Holding feature. Philadelphia.......... J "ridel-' and HUlte; Cheney, Coombs and Miller. Boston Eliminated .Vow York, Sept. Boston, Sept. York came from behind today and won a 10-inning game from Boston 4 to 2. Mays weak cneil in the eighth and Now York tied tho score Walters led off in the lOtL with a two-bagger, went to third whet W1LI1 11. I Walker fumbled the drive, ana score on Mogridge's single lo left which go was by Lewis. Magee then sent Mogrldgi in the second preliminary Morris j one arm free. Round opening. Mantell was the aggressor and gave Weeks a light one on the face. Weeks feinted with his left and were" a series of cliches as the men felt each other out. They were in a clinch as the bell rang. Round even. Round went right after his man and swung Into a clinch. Weeks punished his body with his free hand After the break Weeks tore in aiid a folnt with his left and cross- In the seconu piciiiniuu'j 9 ln Sadowski and Duke Roosa mixed it for three good rounds. badoMfciii is the featherweight champion ot the city and a classy little boxer, but !trmnl League pennaiiL ,utt YPW York twice defeated the when v, .0 gave Sadowski the decision. The old reliable Jimmy Lush hook- ed up with Lyle Fairhurst for the thI'd and last preliminary. Fairhurst was willing to take all kinds of nun- Ishment and both hoys were spitting tsnment aim uuiu blood before the three rounds finisll- sists ot 1C men in.all; one sergeant BOWLING TOURNAMENT (that's my one mechanic and 14 riders who all have the rank of cor- Bert Taylor, son of Hugh Taylor.' ot Leihbridge, who is now a chief dis- patch rider of a Canadian divisiort at the front, writes to friends Here as follows: Well i am at. last on the eastern side of the North Seal English H G. KILNER SHOE STOKE 41-4 13th-Street North Repairs Neatly. Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. Channel I should say, after bucking the tiger for sur.b a long time at differ- ent training camps in England. Well, the game is not bad at, all. I am in charge of the dispatch riders of one of the Canadian, divisions. It is unite as pleasant a Job as-one could expect, when one comes to remember there Is a war on. Fritz, as we call him, (or them, i should say) keeps stralling away, and one gets a touch of high life, or speed, or what- ever you like to call it; so'mftimes both together, and you either run for it or seek shelter iu some liltely look- ing corner where yon try to figure out whether it is going to he a whiz bang or a dud. A dud is what we call a shell that does not explode, and Fritz is sending over about one'in five just poral. Yes, we have what the imper- ial war office calls "motorcycles." but not in the sense of the word we use in America. Yes. they have a name; several of them; some of the.names would hot be allowed in print. One of the boys is raving outside, just now about what he calls a--------- broncho. The roads are not just ideal for motorcycling, and riding in the dark can hardly be called a pleasure, es- pecially when you are expecting to drop into a Johnson hole any minute. The good roads consist of n strip ot pave from eight to ten feel, wide in the centre, quagmire of mud .on either side and a creek outside of that to keep you on the road. The ambu- lances ho; the hard strip in the cen- tre which is made of large stones from six to ten inches in diameter, and the rest is up to you. When yon find yourself, swimming you know you are meeting will he held'in the C. A.'tonight at S.3II for the purpose of arranging a bowling tournament. Any team wishing to enter must be repre- sented. deal, but I will be like the majority "glad" when if is all over. Yes. we have a Hreworks display every night that has "Pain's Last Days of Pompeii" backed off .the map, and aerial exhi- bitions through the day that would cost millions to imitate in civil lue. and then they wouldn't be so nice as the real thing. It is unite a busy life and one loses track of the days, as every day is the same so far as work goes. There is a buzz as one of the boys pull out, and another as some one comes in. We work any hours whenever the turn !3, _ 0 and 6 lo fL tones 'boosted the Giants' winning streak to 25 straight games. Schupp gave another finished when" Blackburn did! Kouetchy got the only hit registered by Boston. Boston.............. 3 "N Rudolph and 'o'owdy; Tesreau and Mccarty. Second i} Boston.............. J J and Schupp and McCarty. No other games scheduled. DECLARE DIVIDEND New Interna- tional Paper company directors toda declared a quarterly dividend of 1 cent on the preferred, stock, as. i against the previous rate of one-halt of one per cent._______ _ APPOINTED TO COMMAND Boston.............. Jlogrldge and Walters; Ways am Cady. Chicago-Cleveland, rain. No other games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City.......... 8 L0 Martini, Lefleld and demons; Hum phries, Cochran and Berry. Indianapolis-Louisville, rain. Toledo-Columbus, rain. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 4; Oakland 5. Salt Lake 5; Los Angeles Vernon 1; Portland 6. vourselt swimming vuu off the road- that is what I mean by comes, first in first out, and a man is having a creek to hold yon on. No, always ready iis soon as the one they have no fences. These machines ahead has left. Everything has been are supposed to be 2% horse power. O.K. so close ones some- That is when working on both cylin- times, but no casualties. The weather has been good so far, and we hope it: will continue for some time yet. expect motorcycles for dera, which rarely occurs. The ma chines we are supplied with are Doug- lases and we long for a ride on an to God "Red Ihiet" for instance. At present we are living in the of one of tho has-been aristo- cratic homes. But .have pos- session of the biggest part: of, overy.- STYLE styles are creations. They express the' trend 'Of fashion in an iuthorif tative way. They; reflect what is abso- lutely and still keep within the bounds of good taste. One of the very nice things about Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats is their certainty of correct- ness. They are always right, in style as well as in quality and tailoring. are a much more powerful machine. get "Triumph1 winter, as they substantial and R. H. Taylor, i50071S. Dispatch Rider, 4th Canadian t Division Signalling Company. France. thine around here. The ground'> 11 have' received la of the Leth- just honeycombed with holes, -and I bridge papers which mother has sent when you can't keep stuff on a clothes line it's got mo-beat.. However, this is much better than being in the .front line trenches. Tiie buildings are mostly brick, with tile or slate roofs, and we can at least have a fire and a roof over our iread: and ain-keeping in touch with.the old burg. Mr 'Justice MeKeown. who Ifas boen'elev'atea to the Chief Justiceship of New BniBWick, is the son of the have a fire and a root over our late Rev. H "f eojvn for I wouldn't miss being here for a good :a minister In the Methodist church. London, Sept. ioii has K Bed ion, OKIJI.. is :been appointed to command Canadian battalion. TAX GOES TO PATRIOTIC FUND Toronio. Sept. one-half the money raised this yea by the provincial war tax will go 1 the support of the Canadian Patriot Fund The Ontario cabinet has agree upon a grant of a million dollars. Th grant is the first direct aid given b the represents one-sixt of the estimated need for. Ontario du ing 1917. The DOMINION ALLEYS will-open for-the season and will be open in the evening only for Ihc prc-s- eiii. The Alleys have" been re-suv faced iinfl Al .condition The Bowling Balls also are m good and, New .1'ins will for-jou asenieiit .Dominion Building Sixth Street S. FOR SAI E t JT "kJ'lX 2000 Choice Calves Raised on the Mackie Ranch ENQUIRE OF A. H. Mayland LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANT ALBERTA STOCKYARDS, CALGARY PHONES: Office P. O. Residence VY1133 Drawer "S" ULUIUIUH IU LL.1 iruij) New up to That's tho dictum Billy acrobatic evangelist, roared back :rom the platform of a train bound lor Winona Lake, Ind., when, tho committee that had steered him1 around Now York and the porters and; others around the Pennsylvania ninal wanted to know fur certain whe- ther he would come to fight Gotham's of evil next winter. "I'll let you know when Ma s tnougUc; it, over." "Ma" was a hit critical of York. Not that she didn't think bad enough to be worthy of evert, Billy's prowess. She nodded ment. when her husband shouted, a few choice samples from his well, known lot of gestures, that "New Torte' people were going to hell in. bunches.''i But while fast along the path they are, she thinks, too slow) in making arrangements for Billy SuW day to come after them. You've been at it sir months she observed. "We're told that toe. Mayor is sympathetic with tho plans to get us here, but what has been One million persons to put up each to build a tabernacle that would J house is 3Ia Sunday's idea oC.r the proper gait in New York. On thpj expectation that In this or some othej, way the tabernacle will he built James i M. Speers and the Rev. B. S. Hollo. way pastor of the Hope Baptisf, t church, headed a committee that es- corted tbe Sundays around to look at possible sites. There were two that attracted Billy especially, doubtless be- cause they recalled old times and his prowess'on the diamond. One was the old American League grounds, at Broadway and Moth street, and the other the Manhattan baseball field, Jin. der BlufC. The committee declared the taber- nacle would he built and that :the campaign would begin in February. Fifty-one motorists from Toronto and Hamilton and a few American tourists were fined and costs' at Oatvtlle, for speeding upon _ the Toronto-Hamilton highway. ILL THAT WAS LEFT OF THE GERMAN RAIDER lliMMbrm McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE...... cture shows the'twisted ruins of ..German Zeppelin which .made part of a raidine fie brought down near Enficld, id which was The PincfcBack will be popu- lar this fall. It is both dressy and serviceable. E X C.L U S I V E AGENTS THE "2" M's McKELVIE- KIRKHAM BLOCK feffiS'