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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 5, 1917 HERALD big basketball inalch and added at- tractions'being put on by the "Y" boys nlghl as a benefit for cd over to Iho Red Cross. Ilko lo seo a, uit management Is bchliid'lhe affair hcait and EOUI, olid It It proves Iho suc- will.: lie, Ihc Hayniond Ichin, Telegra. 10-pin Match Thurs. 'Night On Thursday first' 'tsleoraphli; bowling match of the season will be pullfd off Calgary and Lelhbrldge. Two five- man teams are being lined up in each for tho event, and Im- mediately after the game Ihe tcores will be exchanged wire. The locals are right up on Ihtlr ears to beat the crew from the northern metropolis and are trot, ting out their ten best trunnicrj, They have ho doubt of the result. public oar'rt- have' had.ihclr troubles keep- ig Ihclr Btatt of teachers up to the umber required, Tho ivar has tak- n n'1 number 'who are now In Ihcl n-'roiu Our Own Corresponacnl) ranches' wlillu cupId continues lo seek CariiiangaV, Kob. ccrnlts a 1 Bvicccssful in still In grip ot cold wealher ccir iiV'Sin- ovcii'muoiiB Ihe leach, liuslncss been alfecled, Ihe farm era i our public school. Tho cold era preferrlnz the' warmlli of Ihclr rather has had US effect on the firesides, ralher than the cold of he coal bin al the'pchooi; but so far they Consequently everyt ilng iave been stock enough around town Is ratlier quiet, ahead to keep the 'school svarm. Ono Ihlng goes on ns usual, llio Ai-lin-nni todnv Ihe Ihcrmomclcr 'roarliV games' draws just as Dig a to iW C.30 p.m. It had crowd as eler and many liitu-cirting rlsci from 20 l.elosv IS above. This, games have laken place. A partial wilii real clilnobk blowing, made Ihe larly Interest group of Bpcc-'tiurs hei is of maay lilad. iis tho lucl waclicd the games IjclwcciUlie Iwo ucsipn has bccomo a serious one, Ulhlirldgo rlnliB and Iwo local rioi'S, svhlc will lake some lime lo over- skipped by JlcNauglilon an-1 I, com" BO bal-ulL eyes arc lurned to U. Wo should lie. glad lo tie Tho Insljtulb of Technology and Art Is making: excellent, progress ii llio work'of tho industrial "anj com mtf'clal surs-ey of the province ail Ihorizcd by Ihe Mlnlsler or K'luca- llon. Wllh tho active co-operation ol the Mines'-Dranch ol tho Detriment of P.ubllc Works practically all tho uta asked for In connection with the ilnltiK Industry baa been received nd Is nusv being tabulated. It Is cs- "Pape's Dlapepsln" Tor Sour Add Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time 111 Iri five minutes all Elom- ch distress will go. No Indigestion, carlburn sourness or belching ot as acid or eruclatlons of undigested ood, no dizziness, bloaling, 'foul Iirc-a'lh or headache. Papo'B niancnsia la noted tor Us _ speed In regulating upsel stomachs. es %s- io have followed the oxamplo of Calgary and Kilinonlon and have appointed a fcv "r Iho coal miners, and Ills return lo more oiislilo rinks. ilic opening of the bs lon remedy In Iho .11U Irt llyvr lEpCCll 111 rCgUlallUB mJatiL icclcd that the report oirllils section EUrcsi, quickest and most ot tho survey will be prlnlcd ready for distribution sometime In >larch. Dr. Miller, tho principal of the In- stitute has .recently vlalted I.clh- bildsn and Jledlcluo Hat svhcro ho addressed tho Boards of Trade and Iho municipal and educational author- ities wilh Ihc result lhat Ihese cities Quintet Ready Jor 0ash withLetlibridge feb. Hay. mohllites ari, again up to their old tricks'. In' baskelball. They have', been quite slow In gelling around Ihls'year on accou.nl of Ihe' jark- age" falling 'upon' mohd. Now lamps .have conic lo Ihejr rescue and the old warhorae spirit hold or them again'bringing In that man Walker noted Mor his shahls and Jumps' at cenlre; Meldrum the two-sided gels lils'oppo- nents 'on .one1 side when they ought to be" on the other; Naldsr the-flcel-foot arnateur who always finds the hoop; Wooifc and Ste- vens wlio sit al ease on tHe guard line. Thtse together.with five Im- itating Juniors need watching. The two teams are gelling -In line for some hard and Interest- ing games vvhlili they expect to play In the near future. Anxiously they vyalt to meet the Lethbrldge champs' who have been In the drill lorig months. The fight IE going to: be hard, the 'decision close.' Walch the clash; he there when It happens. From all reports the fans are going to get their mqricv's-.worl.i this season. Keep your eye" on Raymond.... Th, saiao ,cod the nj Cal.ao. M. .rll.1. taking _ 1'lauo slaft .who In whulc world and besides It Is harm- ess. Millions of men and women now cat Iheh- favorite foodn without know Pape'a Dlapepsln will eavo them from any stomach misery. Please, tor your take, get a largo fifty-cent case o( 1'apo's Dlapcpsln from any drug sloro and put your Etomaeh right. Don't keep on bclns is too am not here long, eo make your slay productive a8reeable. Eat what and I arc assured or the came tcod accoin 1 modatlon. ot the .rural schools loss-ID ilBrt-tauiu. I-.MW digest ItJ enjoy It, wllhout dread pt rebellion In the slomtch. 1'ape'o Dlaponsdi heloogs In your home anyway. Should one of your fam- ily cat somelhing which don't agrco with them, or In case of an allack. 6E Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis "-everal ot the rural schools ars IOSS-IDB arllsls taking pan: s an J with them, or In case of an allack: oc Sansoni, Wlio Will Likely Go Mai Wilh Ellison Here, llns -Win Over Thye -.Spokane, 1'ebj M hours of grueling work. Al Ihe ex pi ration ot the two-hoar period the One Lone. "Bug" in Big Show In An cicnis' Didn't TKem Bcason; buClIi were ira'cUcaJ ipaviB .'c'fit' a. iiis frgiire Idi'giii 'pitching records las llino.was when southpaw eason 16 ot l.ld down, berths lilts iiaLj and Medicine Hat are In course ot preparation and the surves not' 'frozen? ".He smiled at mration ot the two-hrar period lie arB.uoi S. it SSa-W E JS al very ler svorkcd like a Trojan and earned decision. Xcither wrestler was able lo EfCiirtlPi Sha< Morris and mfd-1 a fall. Several vlil, to ftulll, Koobl'Nehf arid '-Schliup titlclioliler in a bad bt_hc of today, there have, been JiiEf about ways managed to regain lus an even 100 leMiandcrs who made.'when tho going looked bad. JII.I enou as major tcacua had.Thyo in a dangerous -posilion goou as majur but co.uld Iho Losviston man's shoulders mat. Pnc, He. ia's directed that as far as pojsibio lie services 'ol returned veterans h? utillied. A illspalcli from Batavla gives lie- tails tlio carlhquako on the 13; laud of. Ball. It says that great land- slides destroyed a -whole villaso with tho exception ot H persons, ipacc of 40 years. ZEIDER NOW MAG, IN MINOR LEAGUE Ir' aiid Mrs J. C. Mctge arc receiv- congratulations over the arrival of Sir son a'iul heir, rho' resorted shorlage ot fuel ifclcod has proved a benefit lo both i-nr seller., ns one firm discov coal and wood; the) have since sold UIIUH iu proceed soon as Ih'cy are coca c'situe iircEcnlotion of tho reasons for c'd Iho world war No less Ihan T1 !ar ,hoso rrappnBlWo is to six characlcrs lakc part rejn-Mfm o and compiole and report upon the various nationalities iu (e mMf Ialhev iho world slruggie, or i i carTj.. the range of the survey work al one, time V peace, etc. ,u ko p0ssiblo not only. Nalional songs will he sung uy a 111 fc Mt al-0 quicker: roalo ouartetle to add important sec-1 play, while Iho selling and curvey especially Ihose vc'-a splendid with occupatlotis In .which ood tableaux. Tlio Dar of -CHIliza b greatest nunibci on should lie for-lbo" employment i of .re; soldiers Whjrf ccply apprcclaled. audience. c lacdonold's' selection ot song IN MINOR LtAuut JIIller assumed Ihe aggressive I'nm Chlcaeo. Feb. 5-nollle Cub Ihe, slart. lie wenL after Thyt! v, Ih utility man, quit the Chicago, team ioj a- vengeance, -hut the latler beconio ci magnate, in' llifc'. minor, elusive and Dipped out of. 1 JcaguoE. Zcider has the backing ot a holds. For -Hie- first Lwii ho i men 'bunch, ol. Fort Wayno business, men' lusseled each oilier all o er tho.r.ns who are willing lo purchase tho cluh. I without much damage licliig Does advertising pay. arid'tinsmiths have hcei during tho'cold wealher, clea- ipes and tumaccs, and thiwn i pipes. -laisi u iii Tlie lasl'seaso "lelt-handers. on their pllchiugistart ,'aV could'- bo -toiuid -in the" league orsantzallons back inlSSl.; r The only team. that had a Bauth- paiv'of'aiy class'ln the National league during 1683-84'was Detroit, aid Fred Shaw; known -as Iho "Flea" was liicT was the.first iiorl'siilcf tp'flli'tiie shoes of iho fam- ous Dr. Lee Hiebmond, the daddy of all left-ha'riilcra. Richmond had. re wo nro wn Cive him interest and Install him president, r-'-.Prcsirienl. nan HJULHIBCI-- ot'liio con- sented' to 7-clder's Claris.' GRIFFITH 'GETS CRANE the .pHchlns when (ho. famous .Shaw blossomed out. as B full-flcdsed star, The'old American asspcialion. could hoast of jiisl a" single Southpaw dur- ing tho1 seasons 18S3-S1. EiHiP Jlorris was the Ind whom the Colum bus on'iis slatf arid he made tame as one of the pioneers sind-hur Icrs of southpaw.bcnilcrs. After leav In-" Columb'us Moiris was with lh< of the American asso- later the Nalional league. 1 ".Shaw Had Competition In "tho'season ot ,1SS5, in Ihc.Na- tional Circuit, Shaw had some compe- IlliiBiiiG, lelt-handcrt curves In or persons ot Laily Ilaidivin and han Casey, both joining w tkfit 'cnacnn Thn FROM BALTIMORE CLUB Washington, Grif- fith oi the WasUSnRten Americans closed a trade with Manaeer. Jack Dunii of Iho balllmoro International leaiie club whereby he will -olilBin Shortstop Sam Crane in exchange for Catcher Alva Williams, Outfielder Turney Unrbcr, and Pitcher Jack Dentlcy.' CUBS WILL PLAY In tlio last hour there iva choose Grant onler'ed an-citra minutes, alter a was in .this last period lhat earned tho 'decision, ro.ughli.s Thyc all over the, ring and Elviug the latter lllllo opportunity to even the count. The verdict was a Just one, despite Ihe howls ot a .lev, ot the sallery gods. Thye proved himsell a" very sour'ceful defensive urcstlcr but.lie does not know cnoue-liaboul the. ol fcnsive end to throw -Miller. hWE SAVE YOU MONEY! FOBYDUBSELF i FAMILY HEHNESEYi WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. CHILDREN'S FLEECE LINED SLEEPERS 85c lacuonnuis V t _r lorv Is wide in range and choice ol bar'acter. lie was heard to very Boud advantage and provided a pleasant evening tor tbc pcoplo ot Carmangaj. Wo would appreciate more pro- grauis like lhat oE ilr. nulhvcn Mac- Mr u H Taylor left'Saturday tor Chicago and other points in the luu- Slates, for an extended visil. He will visit .his old home before return- Ice to Carmangay. Daniel president of Ihc nuoy Carriage compaay, and oncer in Ihe carriase business, m nada died recenlly in Toronto, al 3 home, 30 Mr SIUIL IS JlVi.C3 ami I he survey tlin Mlaifilcr of .Educ GAMES ON 2 CJllca'O Fob. will nlay theiri lirst exhibilion gnwes on theh- iroinlns trip in Calitor.ilu on 2, II was 'announced. nuad will he'divided Inlo two lejmf, ,no playing the Ixjs Angeles.cub .at 'asadenu, aud the other Sanla Anna nt Santa. Anna. Sansoin" br'Tiipniaiiu- likciy meet Jack-Ellison ot Cardston on tho mat here early in vln over Thyc on his record. HOYT IS BY COMMISH -Watte O.'-llbyt, Cincinnati, Feb. awardcu to lho_New Ilaldwin anu iiaii "y- in Iho C the. Detroit, team..that season The by wj yl citj-.bt.lho straits secinon lo haic a; ncclicul eas Kall6nal eonv monoiiolv on southpaws dunns Hint ,cid a conlract signed period. flea like; Shaw miss on. wbiclK c iped -llio. leatu and samitloneu 10 and'.was their star'tor scycral years, conlract.: A staleinent has been' compiled by CMet inspector Forsler of the convic Sons under the Alberta" A 1'iirlrie Iho Cirst Ei.t months ,ot operaUon The total, convictions re corded -between July 1st and D.ecem her Jls vverb J13..-Thlrty-on orthose convicted of offences unde the Act were sent to prison for Mi terms. The -convictions covore all parts ol tho province and are th result largelv ot of pro v neial offers and city polico force The-asslstance given by the It. W M "P towards Iho enforcement 0 Iho'oid Liquor License Orainanca i Iho past has not been given toward results of Scollish o cntorcins the I.itnior Act. ianls sanies pjaycd on the grounds .ot ihc .Con- first mcnlionc'd club today: layer Celtitv Ilailli Hovers 0. d .was their star'tor scycral years. There .was great -rivalry betsveen these .'ilirce and they were ns jealous or .each- oilier a's a. bunch ot sou- hrc'ucs.-. '.Tlio Tom llamses made his appcbra'ncr. In llio American association Iho I.ouisvlllo club In Iho latter'pa'rf of 1SS5, and nuall- nt once he whitfcd 15 ol the Daitimbfe team. The old Metro liad on Us lineup-Ih'c'nolcd Edsvard Cushman, whose fents of pitching a baseball snd N Six Led Wanders .Up-to and Including 1SS5 w? find leagues conlalnei; JIMMY WILDE A-MINER coaies .from' London that Jimmy Wildo has been released from Partick Thistles 0 .Morton 0. 'Aberdeen 3, Hangers 1. Adrieonians 3, Clyde 0. Ayr United 0. Dundee 2. Hamilton Academicals %3, .Kilmaf- nock 0. Jllbcrninns I, Falkirk 2. i.ondon, Feb. Following arc'tlie c'lassific as follows: 1 tion' of Inc.- conviction r on, JC "lIs ot English league foot cause ho s Iho sole ,a OI, lllo Erouml3 ot famlls. and lie fk in' the coal military duly because lie Is support of his family, am agreed lo'go lo work in mines, which nre under government conirol and llius serve his .country behind Ihc lines Tiy. inining coal fol Ihe usc'ot the AGAIN -I Montreal, Feb. Olluwa Na- tional Hockey association team lasl iilght won Ihcir Ihlrd victory .of- the Jily' Ausuat Seplenihcr October Npvemher December 34 5 .g- 36 27 51 47 73 70 09 51 50 S3 30 f Cross, Bilious, Givt Fruit Laxallvc at Once. Everv mother realizes, alter gifing her children "California Syrup ol Kins that this is llicir Ideal lasalive. jcca'use they love its pleasant; I35lc and it thoroughly cleanses Ihe Itntlcr "iltle stomach, liver r.nd bowels wilh- out When cross, irritable, feverish _. breath'1.Is bad, sloniach sour, at the tonsiie, Molhcr! If coated, give r. teaspooniul of Ihis harmlcsa fniil in a hours all Ihc foul, constipated waste, soar bile aud undigested food passes out of the bow- els mid you have a well, playtul child 2 s'l5nn When its little..system Is mil 1 I ol cold throat sore, lias' stomach ache, 3 diarrhoea, iiuiisestion, a good "inside cleansing" should n.OC always bo the Ilrsl treatment given. 1" 59SOOO Millions-of motbcra keep Californ- ia Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a New Process of Mending Iialf tlic'imce aiifl m the tilmeiviVtf tubes cut, if new tubes arc can supply We carry a full line of Accessories Baailirn Go. Midland Section nirminshalil 1, I.ceils 1. Bradford 1, Sheffield United -1. Huddcrsficld 'County 0, Grimsby Town 0. Hull City 0, Hanisley 1. 3, l.eicesler Fosse 1 Nottingham Forest Chcstcrliclfl UIH e Itotherliani 0, Nolls Counly 3. only- six lett-handed season over Canadlcns o Wednesday 1, Uradtord Baldsvin Casey, Morris, Cushman and laking the Eecond game la llu last Pitching slatf ot lap ot Iho season's schedule by a score City 0. viclions were as ILdLllauj. Iho St. Louis Americans for 1916 we find 'Ihe. name's of 1'la'nk, Hamilton, Kpob and Sislcr, all (in'nll- tied nrilsls "also "a couple of Eoulli- r recnilts on the rosier ot 2 to 1. 1 QUEBEC BEAT TORONTO Vancpnver, -Feb. Si Grilfis, nw rccnilts on the rosier the veteran iletcnce mail of FranV: Pal- Today SO letl-handed rick's Millionaires, fe I ot Tiilchers.ln' ho' two big leagues a tic al Ihe arCTa last, JbouMha? n any-on Iho sideliucs or and (bus send ni! lie Bent back.to tho minors for a lilllc slep nearer Hie fleet MclTopoli ans in mTe 6easoninB. The crop of south- the race or the EOnfalpn at I ho Tiaws lias varied considerably from pcnse of the Rosebuds who 103l_one Reason to season. In (hi -season of ot the finest gamesi of the season to a JSOO iho names ot Icfl-hanJcrs score, of 6 lo G, alter ten ar.il tv halt could lie found riri Iho hov scurcs' ot Iho 'games played In Ihe Ihrco nlld nil were regulars. In Ihc GREAT oI.UM, Ihe'sccond of children ol. all ages-and grown-ups prinled'on Ihe bottle. Beware of counterfeils sold here, so don t bo fool- ed Gel Ihe genuine, mado by Cali- fornia, Fig Synif. 15, 5 45. reason ol me sccunu JLJI ui I'chib "cirtliil Jnst.fivo southpaws, I eisivc fashion .iruaiiuia, had survived the change Irs Ihc pilch-1hero Saturday night. Iho Dillldogs mics-lhe. lenstheneil dlslancc.i playing close to old-llmc forni.rresls- Kraak ICnien, OePrsi Kspsr, Wco Icrlng a 7 lo 3 viclory after Jading. Willie Cenlritugal Ulauscnjlhc h Ilirollc Lancashire Section Dlackburn Hovers I. Oldbam 1. Hb.ckpool 0, rtpchdalc 0. nury 1, Manchester United 1- Evcrlon 1, nolton Wauncrcrs 0.' fiun- 1. Manchester United 1. Everlon 1, Uolton Wanderers 0.' Manchester City 2, Durslcm 0., Stockporl 0, Uvcrrool 0 Sloke County 6. Burnley 0. SQUlhroil County 2, 1'reslon London Combination YVcslaam United 1, Crystal Palace 0 Queen's Park 0. Knlham Chelsea 0 Clapiiam Orient 2, Arsenal 2. Watford 0, I.ulon 1. Millwall 0. Tottenham 3, Southampton 1. S3 46, 63s 62 C JIos. S.days 22mos. 3T121.00 4.367.00 5 mos. heUcr of the pl.iy all llio way lliroiigli. -I M Koko-no, lul. former llauSMo7rdcslres m6rc imcher for The easiest way lo accpmplish Ibis cllncd I lie mm iilitn .no would be to let Trls Speaker follow. Snnlh club ol -lo lUtlr own: In lliat himself al I find Iho ETcat iiniijiiuiu were Ihc ones 'who mastered Ihe ncsv distance. V Gain Promincnci lllllil Jilly...... Augus't." Sepleriibcr October December, ________ 275 A comparison between Ihe two stalcmcnls would go to show that considerable energy has been put Into tho enforcouicnl of tho. new Act. Thol lafativo sniallncss ot :the amount limey collected in fines Is duo to lire'provision of TIMS: Llnuor. Act makinB a 550.00 tine the minimum or a first conviction. Tho (me is loo small and Is nol n delcrranl yhcrc Ihb crime ot bcollcKglng. Is. followed I tor the imrnoso of gain. Second cpn- vlcllons liavo been obtained In a number of cases. A third conviction meana d substantial (erm In gnol. Tho abov6 ligurcs do .not lake mlo recount conrictlons for. drunkenness unrfcr'rounlclpll by-laws, or Ihc crim- inal cilc. P-cporls and records from the various' cenlres of population In Oio" province lhal drunkenness na ,n police court crime bas-praclic; ally-disappeared. Youz lupply of Euntitt Orangoa day. are tho uniformly good oranass. Order .B today.' Uniformly Good v 1917 FbRD COUPELET I.o.b. Foid, Ont. _ ,v diiving, the ne-.V model CavipcloL is a snug, 'car ill and qiuck- ]y into1 rai open car-ior tine r iys: i 'Thl car 1 the ono you need lor all the jear round FORD ;