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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD SECTION v ff SPORT NEWS Jtolh Kff.st and Strong. Jind Fans Expect Great itout Here r Thursday F6R r FRANKS Heck Si.; John- JisjJlarcil lifs ivares fn'-narL afternoon In llio Allju'rla Ca.Ia lio: workml cut 1) 6 f pro n .Me- riiorson, For-'wlud and strength. Rl. John all tb-the FAUS'SQCIU to think Uint'EiMIe Franks line BOHIC- bti him 'for spued, hut (ho lad U Id he. hail, 1IR Is Etacfily 'built si'J Appears as If he co'uJd" absorb a 'wliolojicck menl while waiting Lp land llio tsl producing imrict, At 'any rate the .fans' are satisfied Uio-Iirsl go ever Blaged iri Ujlhhriafic iflQ pound utlslii'lB going, to IJc'.Uio.f ffilr ever slagpd'-lirtljo clly, k >St. John 'IB golue Lo.-worii Momlnj- 'evening with a', number of ffocd lioj's so that all Die fans _ who over llic after; workout niay Bec.lilni In action I x Fnifiks fs fpl 'a strenuous course of ir'MhLiig.-'nncl vrcrk.lh the for hEs'.wlud, In (he- a'fte'rncKm. !fo'r speed, Me Jfi ready lo, gcf the -taunt route. v'x r 'l ft' local had, :from Abie Mail -'n i lell, IKiund >bpy, Kanltng .a liiiitcli of .-'.Winnipeg Franks. .Man '.Vinhlpcg .i route.- (bc.ilccfHlon ttio-Ibl.rVl- gave" a' dnuv dccLston he'.brought logDlhcr lien 'there'; lo Thur'sday :night from ri.icr' ll' looks llh'o. .business' for .v iic-it Wednesday .'at C- when tho local hoop flmlcrft .will slack'up ag'rtlriBt fast. Uaymoml learns Tlila Ijp.ojie ol.Mio bout l'. HUB ycaf.'.Tlicy will play a re-" luni giimo up hero Iho follow. Tlic local Ju'nlor -team had heller get on their batUe (pka tonight or the Rflj'hiondJuiHora 'will bn sllppliif OHO over thorn. DIil you ever play ping lioiig? It nol, you iiavc liceii iiilsKliie vi a sood lot. Any one 'deslilpg to learn a low rudlnicntfi o[ game jjlcaso. call arouiul. (tin infill lime anil Mr, '-J McG. YOUUR wlll.be only loo v glarl lo rentier; a few .lessons. Tho regular ping 'lomnninciiL lake place at liic "Y" hi tho very near fu- lure. You hrifl'- heijcr Mlco up, joing In For 20-Round [touts at New Orii.'itrift-7-Aiins 'Spiel, In Spile of Kofi Ice, NHITOWS Down In Jewelry Class OUT (Mma-lnl Lgi Uic Lftralil) Fernle, Feb. 8. The Fernle which has been (shoring on very bad Tee from .the btfll fi- ning, It fill I on the Ice with, the Challenge to-be decided tonight between McNabb and Bal; drey, McNabb having, won from Lawe In Ihe fouri. Consolation contest has 'been.on the ice all day and has narroved down to who li-s yet lo play the winner of the Ir- vine-Wallace fours. Though a little, belter than yes- terday, 'he Ice la still very heavy and sloppy, rendering fine curling 'of the question. The Cran- brook boys went home thli morn- ing without any prlzei.bui full of pluck and enthusiasm for" the game. Rtilt] Mr. Mich- ihpiild he an Investigation Into thcso charges; jmd he asserted if such a jiyc-slJfcatJojj wero tuade Jl would 1) shown that Ihc opposition were Justi oner, was filarl see' Dial Hie govurn- fnent li' yrarj. Just OIL llio of be- to iiciill7.c -lual-lUo iiad Ijccn. rlglit-.ull Ihosc yearn ,ln ail- vocaling cheajior" iiiotiey the agri- cultural jnlqreajp' of Albcrla. The IcnUcv' tlic .dpposUion was proceeding to llif; jiroposala laid before tbe; by lion. 0. It. MllchcD, 'provlnOlal frcusurcr. M-lion Mr. -Mitchell liilorjcrtcd, do not intciid to .ocoupy ihc whole loan field. I salil 'TsV would, be a lor "for the nUrj of-'Intcrcfil." Mr. dial will be that Is what'we have N'cw Vork, Misko fs one flglitcr who is afraid to fight. Having cleaned up' all llio 'available light. .hpnyywetgMs hi this' section. Ig lo Iry Ilia March .Recommend Six Man-. -.THockeyjn 191S v; l' a.-f-Tueaifay, March'. 53 will ihcr'Pa- Hockey, association to'Ibo ,-S'aUopar, Hockey asspcbtloa. for, il: -world's' scries L lictTfccn'.'the winners of (.ha PASI and wcsl.-. Presi- dent Fiink. Patrjck. of Ihc P.p.ll.A., Etaicd' Uiaf. lib "Siras V the i t Rohinson. or louts- al New Usually 'wlicn'a boxer begins to at- tract n- llUle..alJenlioJi ho. carefully the hilior arijl- riafc of a long- Mlske'is Smith early ihis nipiitli'fii Iho Cres- cent Ciiy. .This should, jiot lie a par- licularly hanl .for .tub coriimeref o'f.Jack tn Ijis enthusiasm, lias-'been; doing so mncli lighilDE.of late Ilia I lucre -Is. danger of solnK'sUile. Jack Dillon ihc promoter's rirel selection, hut, as ex pectcuV UiQ; alleged limn filler fused. YJ'IfctlKy' Dllluji Ii, ijolng back o lioi, es tie has Breatest-.reapect Paul nlan, Kiuhirnnce Js long, suit. 116 never Bccins-to lire.'no mailer how the going, doubt 'that lie- would' long fight, would Mve a good sc'Ore a'.knocl Unless Mlske agrees to fucc Ihe gijiiil Fred Fullon ,or, cnii'induce Les Dafcy. to lake him on, liicroi "will bi few ubod matched iii sight, for Mlakc, after hcl lias, taken measure Sniilli. In.lh'c few 'Bli'ort'months since hb.firsl 'made his appearances In Nci York.he'lias goho right'thrpugli ".Hie ItsLof'tlie liglilcr aiii he must cither' lake a cbanc ivilli Hie giants or hbx return matc'ic lie .dereatcij. 'Apparently Mlskevhas been Impress- ed with Pulton's lie'adr'nlts that lie is n'ol mis it up'wjlli Me? but dates; Sport Summary ChicagOj Feb. of Ihc thriB noted Boston golfers [ost his amateur.standing through the of the- executive 'ctjnv mlllee of United Slates Golf association, today was rated an AMERICAN LEAGUfcj SAFE; Indications that the 'threatened baseball players' fraternity strike not' affect American IcagUe1 were in the an- President B. Johnson. Jn'Chicago 'last night, 'thai 85.pef cent of .the', players have; signed contracts. -The "al- ml was called Mas't 'night.- by. John H. .Farrell.'JscClvsiarjr-'of the; National of; Professional ball Leagues to the article of the "National. association agreement thai all players niusl be tepdered formal contract on or" before March 1, COFFEY WON Jim" Coffey.rof New York out- boied Bob DcveVe.'pf Kansas City In-a in Brooklyn last night. foi1 au'cl lo eiipfiart to the fullest any euro along ncailn'g wilh'tiie ailmlnlslralioii of Ihc Hiiiior :icl', latter, which )ie said in'forincd him that an inspector of tho .liquor ilcpiirtmciu ImJ asked Jiim-tho--politics, of IJie rJergy- in'cn, justice Of the peace In his district- aiuV-lm nakeil vhy was that for Ihc.cn- jEorccinphrqC itie.acl? Wbai was tlic ifr. .insiver-that vcrj in regard ojjlulons o any'inlniKer. doctoj1 or justice of.tlio >'lr. "Uuf Ihis clcrgj-- inan Ilia the inspector told him HialCJlr.. Koriter JiaiJ Irjslruclcd him lo'.Bcl of-any person ivlio" had aiii'lhUig tlie 11- n.uoT i Denies Mr. Foreier will' (Led, Tho opposition to account, wlih liuld (he respect l- the charges so long as tlic I :on WUB iiol'erantcil. The only salintloii of (litlr iirc.ser. financial (losltlon.'as well as the cvn slon of the jiecesslty'ot a heavy Jlret (as (o redeem (the jirovlncial crcili waa, lie tn tha b 1917 FORD COUPELET Ihe provlucc .of natural rosourc- es. If llio opposition was returned lo power ami Ihe people thereby sup- ported the parly which had stooil sdicc ujton that solid and sound ha'als :prinelplo of jirovinclal owner- aud control of oiir resources, they ujion (Jje Issue. The by Ihe Lib- eral party of 'their provincial rights [n Ihis connection should .alone con- demn lliem before tho pcoiiJc. Premier Slflon, Iho applauso of Urn government side of the house, pointed out that 1 here was no Liberal parly in .power In 1305, It waa Ilic govcrnijiciU of; Mr. HaqltMu.- There was, added Mr. SiUon, no' Liberal gpv- cnicnctiL appearing on behalf of Iho people and the oiily, government, rep- resenting tlio ucople was lUo govern- f.o.b. Ford, Ont. Vor 1'iill winter driving, tho new. nuidcl Ooopolol is a car in cold wcntlicr it cnn be quick- ly convened into iin open car for fine days. Thla U (lie one you need (or all the year round filTVicc. no niLttcr whaL iHe weather or roadfl may be like. Tho new ilcslgn In illsllncllvo.iiml metes a nlco'turn-out, .siJEclally desirable for ivomcn, doctors and business men. Sco Iho now. model today nnd gel ypur'onlcr In at FORD GARAGE nic-iit of (lie JiorlliwcsL lorritorles rep-, resenicd by Mr. Haultaln. A. P. Ewlng. Eilmonton, asked "bad c matter conic lieforc the Icglslaluvo o[ Alberta for A. G. MacKay, Athabasca, answer- ed flial there was no ncccssfly for ratirjcatloti. The Jiialler had been disposed of. ftohcrt Patterson, Alaclcod. asked wlio was'rcsponsiblo'for Lho provlnco hehis deprived oC Us natural resour- ces? Prcmlor Slfton: "John A'1, ilacdbn- alii, aoil Hi ft premiers who have been In, iiowcr'at Ottawa-to tho -present dar.' Patterson Raid HiaL the men In 1905 went down, to Ottawa and tLcir cotinlry for A mess of pottage. 'cnj- (lie staler the 'tlcay antl ,1 -aiijalulcly I There were loud ovbrumcnt side 01 I aiij-llic iiiHiiectaiv: J .It rcjiliet1 itul Ijo noiiM ghe them llntc uab an lines t I rouiicr lo align >ou Jts, a 'western'referee'will ho Patrick .will -Ions aa.'brie of ,lhe officials, slalfrd. that so, favor- p.bly-jinpresseil'iEt.hc the-double schedule In vopic- In- '.lie '.eastern -league .that le .will move lo have, it adopted-bri tUe '.'const vncxt by -ipresW'thl' PqtricTt coucetns tliq I the Introductron oflln I-' 'aii-rnop Hip Ticst. Hi 1 N.H.A. co'ultt sug: 'gcsL' a peiiaHi- BJ-Hlerri wlilch ivoulil anil place a prcniiuin on clean7playing Instead 6E rough work ,Uui tall, man from. -.Minnesota, woulil llko'to iiiect'pank Ilic Jailer ta'n ECO "no an bnco'unlcr -slar.-.Atter hapiicticd to" Mo. ran in hisMtiatch wllli Jack Dillon he ccufine his efforts to ineeLlpK Ihc big fellows "wlio chtrnsj-' ici l as at present In'thu N'.ll.Al, lie wou'ldjit just as-soon' ns reconrinend'tHc inlroducllon of six-Ifercntiatc licUcco mnn libckey lij the- west next year. 'divot Golfers, Gets busy jind lighlcu up yojir hold'on the game: I.eL every club and-'prery. notice.- Uan-John- son, American .League- pobli-bali aud dictator tn the tlrreateiiinK (o'tnho 'upr-lhe 'ancient nKtl liononvWc game, If the chances flro he vsill try to control j.._. _J _- js able lo rllf- bunker and a n-ncsr UIONT PACE) 1 am tu wltlilraw that licuJar luit think far I in Lonrcrncf] >ro lioJ oerj rea i to bcltoc Ihe re an ckction SCtl.' not the" promier 5 rersohiillj reipDMsihlc "or tni-r Ih-it rtaUtl upon ntcinliers of tbe i whole 1 im not nrepareti and nol "hut ao there an.election staged-sintl I Ih'ink it invo off hut for men i inJ courlrj Glirk 01 Red clqclliicil lo gnc Lbc nnd said (lut 1C [iconic of Ibn'province-.ycre'p_alisliea-wHir'sucli ntliiiiiifstratioii lie Lo'stay- in Turning lo, said if hii, lo ro' lio in favor "of (i social sen Ice hoard in deparfmcnl munlo1 "1 to be tooiiiosert of Ihrce members one lo tic ipuQlntert b> ihc goernment the rouhcll of anrt the United'-Farbr Women, coiilil'not only lookf.affer. (liies of. public hccbirinJD'datlon :liul could..mika u'ccooinidnilalioris Id .the governracnt respect lo (lie fata "ironieii in the .province.' Wbi should the imc prfilcctiun lujlowcr ilghls a lif (lie bM f Tlief Tender of the; opposition Jcalt, program-of .the'gov crnraont licfore the list election and iftia.rgELUUiit hid failtil to carri J it ouL'anrt :tljat: tlic premier-had not! niaUu idb Canailiin'northern up ID iK undertakings lie. bad .-cxbausled Hie Credit', ot tbe, pro-1 multiplying to} IJeer lo tlie of loans lo set in Ihe He asVcrlcd that the McAriiiur anil north countn-.' premier's ;wUh ..McArlhur nore not in tho public inlortsl inilj recapitulating' Ilic charges miile Insl' SP" Ion he iltl Hint it the prcnner' wero ,ocs -of Ilic associates of ho cotlil not n ore gen erous'in' handirtg onl nnd'elvlnR 'away (lie credit of the uroniice to the 31c Arlliur mlcrcbls there New Process of r Mending y.ow York, Shocker, .Tfhoso pitching when a> member of Ihc (heVlntcrnMional League.-to wlilch he was farmctliout hy.: tbs lilm a reiuila- lion, "should' b'e one oif the 'tdading lirlrlers In Ibe American League ncxl EcaBOii, In Jho opinion of "Dill" Dono- van.- Slioicker pitched wonrtertu) ball for Tortbtb" Insi- season, but 'when he Yankees he ilotclopctl jylld- DOINGS AT THE ness anJ loat qomo ,close n I ways managed lo hold the opposi- tion to very (cW htls, howcrer- no- v v spite'' Hs unstcacHacss Donovan'be- lleycs .IJic I raining tills spring will serve'lo" BITC him more control and thnl. ty- the fimo the warm wea- ther arrives Shocker will-be'prepared J Yankees canj- declares JDono- iii thfi jpung pr-11--- ralural iw I ever' dW. hag -morn stuff. Ilic '.half thftn many of Ihc spllhall.ls a and il would he a. shame if tho commission msilc a rulc'lliift prohibited the USD ot such i Of course Shocker Has 'a. lot lo learn. Tic will acquire lhal In due course, however. Hut lie has a splen- did ivhlcb I have-spent a lifetime pracUcallj; In sluilylnc pitchers, drd 1 'ain surd that Id'Shocker tbe; Yanks hatff a rnan who some be "bile-cf Ihe Ertatcsl pitchers In the game. Eight- .o'clock '3 tonlghtr-Blg basVciball pracUcc. v SaUirday, 10 lo 11 regu- lar junior and swim, V f Satunlay 10 to 1'i a.m., Inr special Junior class anti v 5 mended, half tho puce nnd in half the time. No lutes tut, it new tubes i arc reqvurert we.can We carry'a full line of Accessories Baalim Motor, Co. HARRY HDLMAN. MANAGER ELGIN SIX THE CAR OF THE-'HQUR x. From Hie earhisi dawn of intelPgenctf man has striven constantly for something of better.- 'The early man was, purely, fndivid-f ual--by this is was" his own own baker, :hls his own carpenter.'.The man of only.hope lo be .T SUCCESS by segregating self from all except one He must either be a farmer, a bake a la'lor or a' other words, this Is'an age; of speciaiiialion. y In the early, '90's a blacksmith or. plumber might have been expected'to builrf an> auiomqbils- Today it'.would be absurd to .even-think of: such a thing.'Ko business 'In Iht world is more.highly spccial'zfid than the motor car industry.' properly build an automobile today requires not only one a group of specialists and each group of motor cjr specialists, like the early Is constantly something car of greater Better Car. With th's 'object in build a .better Motor for nearly Iwo years supplyirigja critical motoring .-public! With the car that has wilhstaod-lhe most grutlllng" testa .'maglrtable Builders of "Elgin Six" represent the. leading "motor car specialists of Amcrjca, They have been selected from the most successful, automobile factories In 'the men of national reputation as leaders in their particular field, nian- agers, and mechanical experts? -These are the" Masters who have made 'possible.'.the realization of our ideal in the Elgin that is f'Buill Like a Watch. Thereihas always been a strong dsmand for ,n motor car that'ein-i bodies ths. fine principles "of construction :found-preyiousV only- In the more'costly cars. The public heretofore held the big expensive car. as Iheir only criterion, of'what's' motor car snculd be, but to an automobile of this type was an impossibijtty for the family of average means It was with this purpose fn build a motorcar .of moderate price, and one embodied the "attractiveness and- durable qualities of the expensive .-cart, that the Motor Car Corporation gave the public the car that Is "Built Like a That Ihe Six" has supplied (his need is conclusively demonstrated, by its tre- mendous demand throughout, the entire country- Its rapidly growing popularity" is being heralded from ocean to ocean and from continent to continent f t SEE THIS CAR at 305 '6th ST. LETHBR1DGE EARL M. HUYCK Distributor ;