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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD SECTION It la (pillo wllliln tlio raiiEe o( That Hie two Iioys will .put up n tliat Lellibridgo faiit svlll irll-Ulcrllng oxMWIloir Is jirorai by: the ness; llielr flrsl wrestling malcli fact. Ilinl they liavo met once bcfa'i-u Ilio y'ear-licro sunio llme'bclwcen Feb. and two; to V dniw. fcOlh anil JIarch 5tli.' In fact it Is qulle Blllsoti in ready, any nine, and Snu- likely dial Ihcy will, fbr'last night Ouy'som is ready JusL an BOOH as DECISION FOR MULHALL Moose Jaw, Veil. Mulliatl of Winnipeg won an easy decision over ItaUIIni; Me- VoM! nf Calgary lu. (ho. city v nuilflorluin ficro night v, after ten rounds mlll- V of. Conrad anil Great Falls, hlb'wlnlo Hie clly on' His.way to Prus- where lie lias a matcJi lures hi the Uraiircss country nro over. Simoom h n great friend Taylor, tlie cop, who lias llireo'olber matches] celling near lo the loi> In ULO In that country, and on Ills ling game south of'llie line, Sa.Rfom verything Is lined up for lilm to oiocl Js.nys Jack Is lip.-de- fild, Bask, shortly.' Jack JCIIIapii, flie "Cordston. jgniiiiildvclarcs tlinl 'LcllibrMge -.'people .would hag been spoiling (or a iimtch all not know.llic former local- giauL llo vlnlcr.'- I Is developed awl. has nlLulncil Sausom ims never appeared fn Lelh- speed Jia well as weight, anil IE good liTlOgc, but lie Is one of the liest to meet 111 game. Ill's in UioMvesl. I Jack's match with, SantelJ 3lo Lccji wrestling In Motitaim all Francisco last wan .Ms licst. [ind. IB In the ntnk. Ho Is at llo Dinned Ksmtcll'R .fiUoulilers to (lie his besl at'15S7iriunrfB, 'lint 'or'six oilier flio 'ilJS': jjpJj'iid weight It 'necessary, 'falls, referee' strong, on KlllsoVlH also in training anil could j llib "native soil" stuff uind wouldn't go on tlid mat at a week's notice. Ho give tliein (o Taylor. is Ijcat at 165 pounds. He Las Lecnj Sansom left today tor .-Plnclicr lioxlng mill Wrestling all-winter Iti the Creek to see'sonic' Friends before go- CardsLoii cbuhtry. jing norlli to I'rusala, TO-DAY'S SKATING' CHAMPIONSHIP Chfcaflo, today-WJ? tfie holder of the Amateur ekatlng Championship for eepiora ae a result of matcfirs at Sar'nnac lake on Thursday, Charles Jew- etraw, Lake Y.F won the junior clianiptorishlp. JOE TINKER GETS TEAM Control of the Columbus Ameri- can Association club passed to Tinker and'jjiomas Wilson of Chicago last night for a cash consideration caid tg have been Take Fall Oul of Williams and II. C. Challenge Taken Jennings and Mercer added another uolrh to llielr rep. last night ivlieu iey Icrok Invln and Williams n doubles fixiurc pt tlic Do- ilrilon alloys. Murray WIXB In have BASEBALL. ANTIPODES Haseball is-. Iftcomltig ..iiopular .'in Australia :find" Is -crowiliug Ihc noble JCnsHsIi oi. cricket off HID iJonrds-liV Ihe-lnml of Iho tenor, to .'Gerald B. Griffin, -llic "llie sltitea'ln ville.'" Grif [fii. came direct to Seattle. rrpni'Australla'.flttcr Bevcral years In th'o Antipodes! '._[ tlic'. large number of AniuTicaiia jimy _In stim "hnECtiall 'lias attained con- snlcrahlo' npys In all (he 1ms done imicir'iq tlic game. t'A'sjlhcy-lciirii.fiiarc nbout the gamp the Australians.-are coining to prefer irto'cric'kct.. Fqr'qile, thing, it tnkes all day to rjilay-'.a game of cricket. Ihal- Is to pcrinit for.dinner arid for tea In the afternoon- has' Idtlc clmnco lo compete i .baseball for jiopu- --------.......y fixed on t ho. II si or in tcr-scliotaaUc athletic activity hi-'Aus- tralia, nughy ruolball JB but tlic American game la consTdercd too rough: There is rio'-'Icc or in tltc Micro is DO-skating or hockey. Polo- is played" In somo of the "larger cities, Swimming is one' of (lie greatest siiorta. ot the AusLrjliansT nccort'lng In Grlffir.i flock to.lliu Lcaclics. IJesptte Ui'e .fact llial sharks arc 'tlanseroits. tho surt" is' crowded ballicrg, Whon' apuears a'hell rings, .everybody cries out-and tbe bathcre nisli to the shore After th'c ,'shark lulo tlie ivntcp. ftowinii la one or the sj and water iiolo also is played. Boxing Thrives Auairalta, paradise of lo'xere'-'aiid ho lloxlng js hcM ieat Ing- from S.OOO to people Jimmy. Clubby, Kddic' George Cltip, Jimmy Uritl, jack Ilcacl Kreddlo Gilmore, Harfy--Stone many otbcr past and preson} fighters aro very .'iiopulat' Aiitfpodea. Is Ihc country in Ilio Its people 'Australla'ns liavc to learn, is. the [ine art o[ rbol; ------u lillM ,M 1JCUlll, Ing. Two Vancouver 'girls. allcmleMj nrc Lhe.uiost hosplfiiblc' r have eve. In 'Sidney'last year nntl said'-Griffin. ''They' go. out' o cut wit li some real American their way, to make y'6ur stay .plea _ Griffin is a personal friend or 1 Dnrcy. the Australian. Hghlcr, who is now In Llio Uijltc'tl .HlatesV Australia -the -same -did, coming to shorter roulo. -s- Tlic Australians haven't re covered ycL awl one newspaper fca- lured happening wHh an article u eolumn .long. In Australia they call cheering at a_bftil game uairr.ick- Jng'nml'lhc rooters'are b'arrackcrs." Gril'tlu said tunt basketball .is now TftANSFEIt FRANCHISE Efforts to obtain the transfer of Terre Indiana, Central League-, franchise, to Saglnawr were, begun last night by Edward F. Gary of Saglnaw, ivtlh formal application to the league's -executive commUlec, TWO-CEIVT 'BASEBALL President Ed. Smilh of the Send 'Central League club, announced last, night his plans for two cent baseball would be carried out, and lhat arrange- ments fia'd been made far trie city to retain Its (ranchlEe. The Best of-Everything Koes .into Ihc making of and naturally the best "sodas" you can buy c-orne out the otherk end of our modern automatic to a to delight you with their crisp- ness and flavor. In Packages Only, The Game higb.clasa materials aad Efcill make our ROYAL ARROWROOT BISCUIT 60 good lhat it is n favorite every- where, especially for the ckiMtcn. olleil with WilllarnR, hut ho was away Jalgary: find Inviji tool: his plat? 'he JcnnliiKs-McrcGr duet .took Ibiee iit of ihc five games, uut Irwin and Villianis hnitj: up llic high scores In heir 'two 35S and 3G3, Icrt-er was high man S16, and 00 liigls The scores: Minings 14C 1G4 143 17f, 78S ,lercer 200 1G5 174.153 SGG 34G 329 31G 328 335 1C54 nvln.....152 151 I8S 178 VHIiama 140 157 ITO 191 S09 292 209 35S SCO 312 1G40 Accept Challanije Tlic .1 H.' C. five man team has two nkcrs for tlieir (Jinuls iud Ihe Hankers, The I. II, O.j can .uhfi their Choice of eUhcr tcani'aiul also naoie'LIic date. FAMOUS SKATER DEAD London, Jan. death lias occurred at (Lancaster of Captain Charles Heijry Garnclt, served [Tor many years hi Canada, where lie Iiccamc fnmouVas a Bkaler. He 4 years of age.l CURLING ffortK-Wcst Biscuit Co., Limited EDMONTON ALTA. 1917 COUPELET Ford, Out. ll'or fall and winter driving, the new model Couyiclot is a snug, comfortable car in cold weather and it cyan be quick- ly converted into all open car for fino (lays'. Tills car Is the 'one you need for all Die year round service, no matter What the wciLlier or roads may ho like. The new design la dteUnctivo onil makes a nko turn-out, specially desirable [or women, doctors and bustneps mop. yce Iho Jicw model today and get your order In al FORD GARAGE teft4br Last.Ntghl's Scores Morgan'11; Shepliertl S (Cousbia- -_: Boyd.S; Alrd 0 Simpson 12; Cliancy S (Consclatipu) Diiallm'S; Pent 10 -t -t V I Clarke ,vs Simpson 'T Marrs vs'J. PI Morgan.vs Airil (G. The Baseball 'Fral What It SPORT IN ENGLAND .j. DURING PAST Sjibrt In .England In 191C under- that English dls- grace anfl very'few; grumble's; Trnil thcnit r.s with all patriots', It is the win- Viing. 6l that connla Ijcfor'n VLI llifl oulstnndine Ihc" .year: from a purely sporting point view has liecnHhc organiietl eiTort Ly..ihc sportsmen nt home to ralso Tor the-pro- of a" hundred motor, nnibu- laucc cars for strvlco. oii llic allied (fronts. In- Els iiibiillis ,thn. Ilrltlsh Sportsmen's Ambnlaiice has raised oversale (he sum a snlemliri IrJbulc lo English sports- men and to the earnest' endeavor ol Lord Lonsdale, ihc president 'of tbe fund, ariil liJs coinmitlce'. 7 T Tbe best pnrL-ot a sis-day bike ruti; Is (he Since-all this lalfe' of a, strlkp of haschall players lias' set 'the 'Hot Stove League gassing, Ihe iininUinlcU often nsk what the Frat. Is nnd where it sprang from. Tho 13asehnll Players' .Fraternity was organized Oct. 50, by David ?'ultz, Tormor RroT.'n University auil major league baseball player.-He is" now a-praclrsing attorney in iN'eiv York, 2SS players were .enrolled at" the start. V t. J-'ultz. claims between 600 aniV 700 ulnor and major leaguo players arc enrolled. The IraternJIy first gained rec_ niLlou in 1913 from the national com- mission by gaining nearly, every .one "i many ilemands. ,0n the present board or directors tire Itognr .Pcckinpaugli, Saiii Craw- ford, Rulicrt Archer, Dyrnes, iAthur Fletcher, Jghh Henry, ard Hoblizcll, Hnny Hooper, Lee Mncec, .Waller .Maranvllle, Jolm sril- ler, ,Joih Uevore and several olhpre, Edwfinl Ilenlbacli ia secretary o[ the About Your Car? i'iiH sdijply you with-Jniraulaior cover. .AVrenchcs, all sizes. The Best of Tires; Flash Lights any size.' Robes. Veneers and Polish.'ry a full line of Accessories v Baalim Motor Co, HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER NEW you ilojiot'Iniy at OTJK GKEATEST SALE.-A glance at our prices bclOAv will (cH you lunv, Chicago, Fell. was saw la d.iy lo be n world's losling' was a few tlays Ver- mont. Drives live-man team of Ihe Winilj- City League wJili .a" team unmc of 1290 and an averago tt-1151! 2-3. Tlic.i.lirec games .wore 1107, 1061 and v CARPETBALL v The games in v v Carpclball League, arc ulcrt for lonlghl: Moose vs Elks; C. O. F- vs A. 0. F. Slar; Elks ys A. O. V. Star; Moose vs C. 6- P. H. G. KILNER SI WE STORE 4.14 Street North: Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. V Felts Eelts Men's Lacd.ot ,Gaitei' Felt Shoes. Sale Pi'ke Comforters AT COST Reg. Sale Price Reg. Sale Price I! iCg. ibit.bu; JL 54.5U Over Shoes SL45 S1.95 lien's 1-buclvlc Children's 2-lnieUlc Metfs Rubbers Ncver-slip Rubbers. Regular SalfrWiee 49 c Men's OyercoatsL TO tpf Reg. Price. Reg. Price Price IF'YOU DON'T NOW YOU WILL REGRET IT. Your last'cUancc: to buy, Buster JJvo'ivn iind Hose tov, pair TRA SPECIALS '.J 10. Sets only Ci-ojvii Silver Plated Table Sets, Regu- lar Going WE BOUGHT.THESE AT A SNAP AND WE ,G IVE. YOU THE-BENEFIT.. DON'T "LOSE'.THIS OPPQHTUNITY. 15 Linen TABLE long. Woi'ifi .ii7.oO. Going Mcxk-aii Hand JMiule 1'ELT RUGS. These nigs :ive made ol' imre arc beanlil'nl in design. Special. Yon Svill luivivd) IIUIT.V as Uiere ai'e onlj- 15 in the.loK EVEIJY I'TJlJCJIAS'lJ GUARANTEED or MONEY REFUNDED MERCANTILF co 1 ILf ij ;