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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AI'IUI, IUI? OAJi.Y 'lll'.ilAUJ I'AdKTHHKR V; HERALD EAGUE BALL GAMES KddleCicotie Pitches MrstNo-hit Game of Season-Connie Mack's Team fVocA HHs--Gianis fe from Braves V'jik, K (Inker. Hi'; tiKi't Van tin In Die jeior.'l Inning (1199 the .NiiW York on-1 Huk lili- I'lUlt rU'llYeri'il liy Pitcher ijfk. The Injury mhy keep Hake Q'lt o! ji month at U-aM BASEBALL FEVER AMKHICAX Chicago Now Vork I'hlla.WpMu Kl. Ixiiili) IJptiolP..... Cnniidlan Soldiers Iliive Inlro- if Wlilcli MukeK 0 g oil Ijo jii h Th ro rs. Now Vork, wllh tlie other rcYplutloiin that-It haa ai-cnm- jvorhl Ulirlut inil'k' base- hall. England. Vi'hero Iho Blilli onil ji'nino WBS merely cicvdiui'l lotcrqlcil' before: Iho great Uelroll ll 11 .popular, pailliuo, Klepfer, Hmllii played jjo'iiorrilly In't'vcry bno of Ihu Inga; Uolnttil, tralnliig'ViTnpft'tn Which llrltaln's Hneiicor, lion's arc' prepared, formerly witch Aincrli-Biis; plriycil baseball In'KiiB- lo'iil, Ihey were looked with rlill- tulf, Tito panic liad Ilio same Blnnil- ins In Knilsndllhot cricket has In The'- first' plfiii .of popularity ?.r for baseball In'Kiiglaml cnmo ivhcn Ilio first Canadian co'tillriEent to go lo Ihu nlvl ot 'took1 Ih.e KSTtic 'nwVon'o pi. roloitlals "for 'the front, weie. h'croVs tfbhi the nnyllilrig that they ilhJ Hence Iho suildtMi.-popularity, (or'Iho gatno, snlle.-of ;.tho'efforts-.of In- I'.iienini' "AniorlcirfB. lo' Introduce" II, IcirraorO or. less'flat wllli.llic r.c. ,w .160 tAt i Ml ,'m New York I'hllodclplila Chicago Clnilimali lil. I'lllElturg DoMlon Won P.C, bid jili by (Jlovela'nil In .the atTcntlt'hin enabled Detroit-lo win finnio, -i houtc- club got a IcaJ o( tis'o rniJA In Ihfi tltn vlillora buufheil hits oil lloland In I.OM J.OOO .WO MI MI REVENUE VOIE Ittlliv, Ajir. nl in be'b.'Ae rjulte durlnK 1111' vrr.f-.k. All with rummcrtal- or new hay >ic being allhijiJcli won llc-ld illll too wtl. The ire In ent i-oinlMloii a> to cnUrtly w'-nli KII to (linen per r.enl. grultr art l fjf r rOTiped .Ilian UeL year, There H (jk-nly of farm JatKir. VICTOIHA CROSS 16 CIUNEO ON DHEA4T Of MOTHER Frank Ifall. the lih t.iiir.lluN. ijjllsnlry al'-lniU'l In A lull, 'jlS. wan vent lilt moth'.-r by Hall Lad never wurn the trr-a in, u liui, a[ her ll weA ntil on her by flcrfll. Ja OI'.M., nr during Die (Jreat War L-unvtnU A CBEAT MISTAKE It H nilttako to iiippojc tlint Iho VMCAK 00 BETTER NORTH CARS TO THE QQPR- PREMIER GUEST OF KING Ayr. Robert Horden an a pjtBl of Kfng George a! Wind- Caitle (or Ihe week-end. i fljid lied It. 000001 1 unn. 'O'Neill. C'uuolnthani 1 1 lllll- and Two Sirjlnhl. Uroohlyn, April 15.7-l'iilladfllnhl uilc ll livo tlralght front IlrtxrtKn :AtcrdQy by hard batting Rgaliiat KmUli anil CoornVB, making 17 nils lor n.score of 11 lo 3. Jllilo was.ef- fective aU tho way am] played an Im- portant part fn Ihc scoring by lill'.lng fafcly In the eljluh when Ktlliler InlctitEonaLly pasecd to brine lilm Washington, Apr. war revenue authorization hill wai paaEcd lale'.lo'jay the houEe. The role nf Iho house wax unanimous. Speaker Ciark declaring Iliat lili vole recorder! ..SB ?ye. Hc-preeentatlvo dflii, New York, Socialist, waa Hie nly member answering prcxcnl. Plillailelphla 11 I nki Win. New York, -April Ma'nager Marty ol Hie noslon AiricrlcuhVi feiit loft haiuled Liltclior against -New York for the third tlrifnlil Jiu( Ihc.Vanka knocked I'enn6clc out of Iho'Lox u'lniiln: Ihelr Ural eanio or Iho season' to', 2. DoMon York' rcnnock, rlilgfr'aml 000 O O .7 1 '.May's and Jlog- _ British" army, men fnyo laken lo liasobill.' Tlie outcc-re, formerly played aii'd a_reu- of Iho wealthy. ones' that Itastibali js'one of 'the games lit Uio development of Cannle'siBcyi Mak'e'Qood; I1. PlilladelpWa.'- 'April Mack's now-, learn i exhibition of'hilling whpn Thlladelphla beat'.'Y.'asmr.gioilVlv to 4. Ray Hales fqrmc'rlv'-dr'. V Cat., made'.-two n' single In five times uji in six runs In "the scverilU 'drove In five runs malting a Crlplc off JamlC5on witli'lho" hil'scs liotli li'ody' Iho two' l and v. os occupied. ot every a lit an's' frame, arid trains I hi making' tiuick ileoljlpn? I Another tealu'rr-'tliat tnkkes baseball I .valuable. Isi ;nlllljary-Iralnhlg IB .the nceiifac'y .lhal" tho'-jinen -geL .lii llirow- muclroT'llie rutinlus Ql'tncK'.dc- ponds''uponTtand'grenades. 'Coi'iiltm- oils iilay on field I Ilic.soldier's' ir '.'hotnber5'''as losset's ore front I L'aiiniliaiiK '.a'n'd 'Amerlcahs 'who have 1 Lc'eri'baseball-: players., Thba'ptrlt fjT'grcatcr ctfiqienpy that jhaB sflnpH has helpeil I baseball national I when a real'.test ot I elriclcncyiror'.-lip'dy i'anJ I respect lhaii is llnic- I hbnbre'd-'rrlckel.-'.whprb the' 'playera can.'Btbp counic ;of 'hours '..for driving power. -la'-pnpttlar'tn. England haEcball ri in 'the "tight Ilille n. .W.hoi.-lhe Jw'ar. la will lib made great lltifpads Into the'popiilarEty of cricket'. will by' progressive ybnns' Eng- jiahnTch. 'Alrcau'y.-.Aine'rlcaii spertlrtg kjobtlsr ,a dcr hiahil'for.liaEeball-toggprj'" for cipbrt Jlh'at mcasureS'riol th'ah five'llniea it was .betofe tlie.'war'.'- :in Knglanii, tn irmucli B'careil In Great Drl- I b-sSwaya jfesS 111 D luilcriil' lo Ijiit'oQt'great'athiellc Iler.sole I rouble haa'he'pn fallnrc lo'speclaUEC, If tho great Ivar. leaches IhCEC-.thlrigs lo' the Bri- llsli, Uncle havo to .look Ibore than prcr'-toMils laurels .In tlie leals'ot Interriatlbnarathlclic strcngtk Waslilngton I'hlladelphla .'4-10 2 J20 000 Diinionl.1 JamleEOii, Ayrca and Gha'rrilyVj Jbhnfonj Meyers nnd Sclmng.. rM Shul put" st.-LouTi. Si: Ixiuls, 'April In uperu'.'fornt yesterday ami sliiit "St. Louis but'without .a lilt.... Mea'nwhltc Ills' tcain ntu Park froth tlie''EecbiLd'irih' 3 6 2 nizey and Kllllfer; Smith, Coombs Braves Defeated. Iloslon, Mass., April York defeated lloston agalu yesterday 6 lo 2. The Olanta hit cohEccullvely l> the fourth, h and seventh Innings Jor 'their ecorcaT llcrzog's battln; was a dominant factor. Tho Dravea scored In Ihc seventh. Netv 'Yorh 10 noetoil 6 Tcsrcau atid iTyler Hariics and dowdy, Tragrc'ssor. "Pitcher's Duel. Cincinnati, April a plteher' duel between Watson aiiil -Schneider the1 former had a shade the better o II anil 31. IxnilsVon from Clncinhal 2 to 1 and thereby broke even oil Hi nerlcs. .-IVMaon rtld' riot allow a-h nntEl Lhc seventh Inning. C 2 Chicago ,.......010 000 2 4 2. hc'r; llcndrlx 'nnd Klliott. Plllcburg Wins. Chicyio.fAiiril illllcr, aldccl. feet cheeked j- streak yesterday 'i nun. game of Hie series I jlrf -f- .looipi VB .0 lid Fischer; :llendrii .anil THF, ny.ST MEDIUM In Calgary for celling farpla or ncates ll the Calgary KowB-Telcimn. Cs3h ratt3 for "Farms For "BuilneE! and all lc a ivord, one day; zc z. word, tbreo days; 3c a word, sli days a wjrd addllloaal Send Blimps or post office; motley bnlor wjlb ycur ad to first ivns the only" local -lo bast. I'' Chicago lO'O St.. Louis .000 000 0, 0 A Cicolle ,an'd '-Schalk; cniilnEton .aiuV Hale, Park. Uoicrs, SUNDAY ''jVi Cincinnati, .April b'unelilrfg hlls in a-.fasL gania cEnnali.defeated Piitsburg' 5: to.2; Wtlsburg, TODO 001 010 Cincinnati V, SUNDAYiSXMES. Got Tvio Coveieikt., Detroit, April rom Uelrolt in.lhe secbrTd'irinlns w- day by making two runs. before lie. was. "driven, frorii Iho niOA-i-l, and .third .wild pitch by.James. Good's playlr.'s feature. Scored Chicago --.-.-rflrf-030 S10 Delroit 1. V a ScolL and.fielm.k; J.i.nea arid Spencer.- -v Coveieiki'i Grtat'-WSfk 'nllched'-airtlgQt- ball "In" .while. his' "mates 'flit' op- portunelx anil Louis In tlfe fira't'jjarnc' oL.lhc sbrles liy-i lo 6. Score: .5 I. St. Louis .Ojjp POO DOOVO' S 1 Corelwhl and O'Nrtl; 'Groom. Wcllrnan arid CQA8T 10: Salt akc, .5." .Arternoori ;elcs 3, .Oakland 3, San Francisco's. Portland Vc'rnon 3." C'T.ViZ3' .At I'ortlahd 2; crHoph lon.'fi.'lO'-l. Salt Xakt i-tviic'postpoTied, show. At San 3. Afternoon. G, -i, Paul Kansas Toledo'3, Lonisville 'Li j' r Columbus 0, Indianapolis poitcrl; snow. 0 21 i> p; 1 -'Mninaux and Kischer- Toney WIIIBO.'. Saier.Brflke, a-Leg. "Chic'isp, ..April "today, foal the, first. Game of .the series: IQ to S." First Saler. broke his leg slldinjj inlo tile in the sixth inning.'.- -Tlie same iiy'IiUUn'E'Ai- pniiprtmicly. 7 1 000 003 60o4-3 .'S ;1 Allies .nml rrendergaau.aud Our price) A full repairs 'carrle'd. In Kflent t- f the: world, D.E.MacDonald I'. --.410 4th'Ave. S. J Oppotfte Alexandra Hotel. '0, v7'' Old Counjry' Sfces: the Soldier Hockey Slars in .Toronto vs. Montreal coni (urnbuL oil y.a it (lie" iaahionaLIc Prince club to (sec .some ronl. Cannili licrls In' nn iidekcy TliaL, alteriioon 'll was Innl 'work" lo for Service OR Made to Measure. In .and one' (Man li'eariquarlerg nnd chilis" Cana- itr'lhq .Saturday Exhibition InternatlpnarLeiBue. At Drown .3.. AL 10, 0. At At 15. iTclef-' burg.2. ELKS etilJB5 V r'. ne.idlnB RooBil nil- irds. RCEUiir raeevlngs.jljl oni Thursdays. Visiting rnmbErs': i coins. r, :v l'" VV.'l-. F.Tftllcd 6. B. Fdgett, Room 4. Altertj rhctrbpplitaji while, a'-lot front; Folkslone; Shornclfffo 'nnd'cvcn flui-1 ton had "urgent, private busln'esgj1 in London: that afternoon. I .Tltc match was organtze'cl by a'bat- tallon'of'Canadian Infmilry al prcatiit' slalioned'In Iho clialtcc ol "keepIriK Ihcir hands In being top gond-to be niipsed, for in Ibis h.nltalion arc all. thc'tricmljers of the Mdiltrcal Canadicn'c who .Von I lie cltattiplonshtp jot the wprlil'cind wlio their last year to the war.- M- Prodgeri in Lineup- f. sldor-nojv.' consisted of PtpT- Scrgt. .Goldic A and Pie. Myers. IL was nppos Toronto, whoso rcnrea'c'ntalivcs .ivero Tic. Ixickhart, Capl. G. A. McKenzIc, end Ptc. was raalch. i'.-v'x ;'h-- Caine Easrly When the itsual hour .of play .was up tbe Bcorc. s'lood nl "IS" goals ail.': A minute of pvcrlinie ylcldeil Naturally the players foilnd thVrlnl: a little .soil i_n comparison with -'the tcantltnl Ice of bill II was said "very good consider .and If men were somcVyhal cranipcrt tiy.lbo sniallnc.sA of the rink I hoy nil: showed biccicling: fine fpi'ii arid tlioroiis'nly enjoyed' the maldi; iia also. dH Ihc large khaki company' sehiMcil. AN INVESTMENT Whtii you purchase a Scries IS Studc- _ baker FOUR or SIX you buy a car made in Canada by a permanent Canadian instilu- lioii. .There's a uniform price range lhat is the same to every purchaser.- And every StudcbalMr'owncr is assured of always be- ing able to obtain the necessary parts and replacements at lowest possible cost, People who buy cars as an cars with a name back of them like the nanic Sludebaker. They buy them .with a' clear view of Ihc uHimatc rchirn; V Almost any car runs good and fooke good, ;i and is fiood, in fresh new paint and shin- ing nicla! jtvork when it is but consider "j it six months from a year from or two years. from on this basis the .1 a, sounder, iu-. .vestment than any other car, But come in and sec tlie new Series 18 Studcbaker carSr-jet us show you'just why Studcbakcr leads (he world in. the produc-i lion of fine cars at a medium price. f "Made-iri-Canada" .i. EOH; P. SIX. B. The Studebaker Garage 32i2 Sixth Opposite Herald'.- :J. T. Graham, Prop. ,_'..'', Uelhbrldgc, Alberta Quality, Clothes always tailored to giye.satisr faction.-? Spring models and patterns ready for iiispectitin. Do you need clothes? If sd; it wjlV certainly pay No Need Mtiddy Water Can Have Each garment made and sold v on we have established a name and wish to retain it.; FasKibh-praft. is anpther name; for clotties L LS Lethbridge K E -E L Alberta. FORD TRACTOR On Exhibition in our Showrooms BAALIM MOTOR CO. ''LBACK_ OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN; M0r. i'V'to 'walci1 is alisohitely SAFE ;