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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta tim bAti.r 'TIIIMMAY, ADDITIONAL SPORT lim Thorpe Declares Himself-in Y t1' 'Favor-of Professiorial1 irisltst al .Itqi" Mayers, believes in ilic future el pro- DarlKoiXh, ui.'.'Ttie n'.-t fesslonsl For two ears now of Jlu has Lcen i.layliis wlih a j vhttj llonal gridiron trim st Canton, dolii. eistt played ten ssiurs list >T? "and Ihe paid aueurtgoce ina I ifce roni; Wire iitatern Mi Minis nol rimltlar la ihe -1 never i.liycJ so well faM vll'k and Ihe paid aueungoceifta flia i vuuiu iv always between 10.WO mij .15 llun wliea I When wo (he final of Cullile." I Veul lo Wiuburs la help Iho year I juiss then) wore 25.CN Glenn Warner with blokers. War. In and aloVis the sldellues. "The reason professional football ivas d failure In lUe oast years ago was because games wore nni allowed lo be played on Sunday in Now VorV, lloston cf PhtlaJelpliia. It Sunday Eamcs vrc-re allotted I know thst I could orgauize a professional league among ei-college layers, soil ihetr 'E-iiues-would 1am the Polo The'Conditions of-the Players Hot kei IKlhljVui to Calvary, will II- .wllh and will bo e Conditions of-the ayers te ncen. e ey'irlll-.tell you that you with ep iilayers Ihe-'pliy'slfit maile Wg'riSBnty Id sp dlilori to play good football alter Ibey'tai upon them, leave r'ollege, Don'l you believe Ir. "fh llro If Ihe-reonej- Is (hero they will keen )u sliapo'-jiist as' ibo-bsseball ulayers do- "I uave'TLevej, seen better football than my team .played last fall. I wis'h.'H.bad been possltle for us to'Brrauge ou.eihlblllon gauie.at Kew York for some charily with Yale. the sreat Ilttaburg team- I Ihluk we "iiould any cotles'lale team put together. my players, may bo judged, from the .fact that Ghee ot Dailmoutli, waa. mj- quarterbaek; 'Sou- cev, of oae ofjihe iVr was astpulftwi wh.cn 1 vunleJ Bo jnd fi) 'If you iMilM hive done ihst at Carlisle, Jim.' he said, 'we would never have lost a game.1 What "P'rp." Foolball Coils costs money lo rub professional football. But then Iho chargeJ lor tickets }s -double thai chaiseJ at a Jig ball same. It fosl Can. Iflti sw'ut a weet to run the elfiyeB'lVj15 m charge of asMp from the1 Mncideiinl. eipenses connocled o. Tho promoters spHe'brihij heavy r course, (lie colleges woulJ probably illscourase profession- ill football If It could be played on Sun- day. A Sunday game belween two all-star teams ot the Polo grounds ruljlil lake tie edje off any collegiate game played Iho day before. The difficult but beautiful cantata -The Seven Last. of' Christ" will be rendered 'Good Krlosv even- ing In by the cjtglr.ua- der lis Jlrecllon of 3Jr. Enfcst Lay ton. The cnnllti Is.Jor solo iufl chpr- usvanid wjll .commfnce el Th'c proceeds be'fq aid cliptr fuiiil. The cantata Is a partlcularly (lifi'kuli, thlos, nud accoin- panlmerjt 13 a Tvo'ndcrful feature. The choir ou Easter Sunday evening will render tlic canlatn Christ tie Victor by Uuillej- Duck. "Thai .professional football may rievep'gtjta foothold around N'ew Yorkv H 'Is practical proposition. Ibougfl. fliirt hns come lo stay In 'Iho middle ireilytic the fans In tho east ,o[ our games tliej- wouIGn'L" -banwllhout them at home 'any niore t'tau'they would dispense or the Yankees." Britisii history on iia children's mt.nds aud rnor'c foreigp bora, children's of one'itilUe alms of iht3 chapter of'-thf UauEh'Ursjbl the Empire loaned, lo-Ibe th'e Centra! the. beginning" ol ihe'jireteul-'war A. pict'urp iv TRAINING CAMP GAMES oslori ___........... ;ew: York 050 Tyler and Tragessor; Gowdy, Tyler nd Xnnamaker. nd hive Iht expert werkmen to do high gride work on all Klndl of re- paint td gac or tteam enolnel. Get your engine overhauled and put In good sSRpo We repair all kltldi cf nuchln- ery. Our deep well pump It built Tor conditions In Alberia. See It. G. KISCHKL of The Lethbrldge Iron Works. AVtiRY TRACTORS Wssess A VERY QUALITY AU TltrUliienUEN; ANO I'kOWMCN HK600. "AVEHV" SUPllllonlTV IN CONST UUCTIOH AMI) PKH ui you dilnlli. .Ttietsri day our WinrtoUM, McMAHON MACHINE CQ. LCTHQRtDOe, The canlala Cruclfijl will he rendered at S o'clock Vim1 GooJ Friday, evenlag ihe'Jntfio', chorus choir .of .Wesley he ol Mr. Claude Hiisbei. Programs wlth'lhe worJa vldcJ for the congrcgalloiiT1.'.' Dglopij-. con views will also be famous "Passrori Piny" every ten years al Ober-Amergau. There will he no admission, but a col- .ecllon will be received 'toward the expenses of the choir.Iu the musical festival at Edmonton next nest month. ROCKEf ELLEH THE NEW-GENERAL MANAGER V bFj.f H E STAN DA HO BA N K BOY, PAGE Fans-Make to Sell Pola- loes and Onions st Ball Game. Mayor Engle barili of Norwood has received appli- cations Irom five peoplq.for permits to sell potatoes and onions near Lbe gain of the Norwood ball park. Sun- day, and' he Las deferred giving' hls dccjsion pending legal ad I .The preliminary baseball .season tie opened at Xrrwood park'.on Ihat-date and. either ,a potato ah onion' will b'eV mission. Fisher taken tha opporluuily to treat his Mends. He will, have a barrel of each" ot tables near the gales flnd hts frien Brillah'.is de- cted In'aVay Ih'a .liht.tipipress tie y young- very young- xhii '.'Alterta.'-gaVe an address OQ the rea- X shown. k'iji'srhj.' the pictures' .being lauciai Post) who d "Eenenil manage bo a .As. boy scouts at the gatea. Ich'h'e nearly ;th1rly years ot his life and ifrs.: J-; Bent-'dl .lie Alexander Ga.t chapter, in a clear nay quoting large number ol foreign :-vvV-bora that have come.to make their in ibis country, there b'elug pnlrTaC per cent, of the population of Canada of British birth. The problem I of and moulding the large .number o'f is bne of the tests na- tlpnal chapter reaiizinE.thal the.hope of the Inture lies In i-; great assimilative agency, and u ..ihaltlhe only placo 'they wjll come irf r.oritacl .-with IJrilish ;.v iiiatijutions and the English laugnage is fii'thc schools, have started a cam- to edatrale them.so that they TviUi-become-good British citizens. "It "is our doty to see that every child is i- made" lo learn the Baid .Mrs. Spence. As It a well f .-linown. fad that impresafons1 gained thrpu'gh the eye longer Is read, arranged this coyecnp'n 'ol 'ptcturea ;and plannius lo have EhoTTD ttrouehout the Domin- .Sirs. Spence "explained loo, Uie libmries of historical xvorts lhat have also by the national chapler to -be presented ,lq> schools "where tiero are a large'-number ct foreign born. One ot these libraries .15 to be presented lo St. Basil's EChool, North Lelhbrldge by the Aleiander -Gait'chapter. are bound, to tfce British em- pir'eAby IndUsoluble bonds of blcod !sincevCanaaa's brave sons have given at Ihe call of Ihe mother was one o[ Mrs. Spence'a forcible stalecaents. eipJajnlng -nsceaslty of Immi- grants that have come and will come to Canada. The chairman the Calgary school hoard has announced that on his re- tlrement he will present a picture taken" from this colleclioii.lo'a school hoped lhat every "graduating also pnrchasc a picture to he left behind JD room. In this vay a collection would soon be jconv, ploted. Tho" four I.O.D.E. In Calgary are presenting a. set lo the .Calgary Normal school at a. of energy after a short period In the in- and treasiireVof BroVn's'Copper arid Brass Rolling Mills, Toronto. The new gen- eral manager Is another of the naany castern Canadians who have been suc- cessful in a big business way "io'the Country's -biff financial and industrial centres. Bnru at Bridgetown, N.S., in 1S71, he entered the service of the in.hls home that 'time hasfihceii steadily-' moving "iip 4ne adder mark th'or- tralnlng and Will Wilson Siding. Work must be dono as EOOD as Apply Boi Ills first rn'ori- later Up Glasgow, ami enlarged' his'knowledge 61 the banking business in similar posi lions at St. Jolin, OtUwa and Wln- In 1912 Mr. F.asson became general manager the BanX of New Bruns- wick, a position he held until the am-' algamatlon of the Banks ot Nova Sco- 'fiaJand-JJewSr'unswIc'k In 1913.- Alter Toronto man- sger the tall ot 1D16. ,44 Teh tons Ohio r good average, top -price for Jwitfiiriii one week. j. i F. 0. Bank of-JS'nta Scotia, he 'rcmalDed- ijitll THEFT OF POWDER dileago, 111., April Explosives tbday''-rcportcd the ol 1.000 pounds ot blasting ponrfler.froni Its .plani at ActnA, Ind. waj msde In conformltr .to a.request from Atlorney-General GreEprj tSat everything possible bo catrages.-.by, >n WFarlTifers! We .supplied you Avith in (he fail of 1916 years be- fore. WE "HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET i--YOUR'D'ErtAIID THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDCE CALGARY OFFICES. PHONE YOUR ORDERS, (412 LETHBRIDOE, MMSj, CALCARY. ,C; i'M J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE CALGARV LAB0R L, L agent (bept; of _ricultyre> for the dUtrlbujrpn of. farm' labor the 'iTelhbridge' Ditlrict has taken offices In the Board of Trade Bridge. ;_, O Hours: 12; 5. Should set In touch wlih Mr. Hartman at. once and should state wages and .classy? men requlredj, >t" Re'qulrihg work will hif-dire'cted if they'will call at the office. Prospective JIoiiieseeKcrs Will also receive Information re- oardlng aValtablt nomeiteads In Ihe province and be supplied with literature, rales, etc., by Mr. Harlman. the first bnycittia cones along-. Jfoi' part iciijiiirs; V-i ii: f _" Alcxandrh TtotelJ .PlionctlT '-V Half Section All fenced. Buildings. 21 mile's from Wlhoii SfdlnQ. 160 acrei aummerfallow, 90 acrei new breaking. All can be cultivated. per acre. EASY TERMS GOK CO. i-330 FIFTH STREET S. Gas Tractor Owners Are your cj'llnilci's worn or KtMircil. Wo cun rchoiT llit'in ;iiul HI Ihciu wHIi new pislons and leak proof rings, WE QUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES RIOHT NIVEN BROS. 216 FIRST AVE. P. PHONE 1732 AUCTION SALE of Horses, Gows, ,At Tlic Ixilhbi-irtgc IJaru ON FRIDAY, APRIL 6 AT.ONE O'CLOCK i.', 15 horscc, mares, geldings, Irom 4 tog weighing from'1 1000 to 1500 Ibs. All broVen. j 15 COW5, some-freEh and EDrne lo frclhen soon. 2-Lumber wagons. 2 Democrats. i. 5 Sets new single harnesi. j; A. SMITH' >UBLl AUCTION