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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD HERALD SECTION j I Mil II IIIHil Ml I I I II 1 pans .Arriving From to Attenp the Franks-St. John Go Thursday Fifteen fails from IJic soutli orrlvna In illy ycslSnlay aiirl look reservations for tlic SI. John liout al Ilio lomur- raw.iilglit. BCD Ilio arrival of a lot. more. ThL-re has not Uecli a hnilcli of callllro in l.cIlilirJilBO llila Ecaum', llmt Ma not lii-Qllilil 'fans from all parls of ilio Eonlli, llils one IB EOil'B l" Aii'iia'oxccpllan, for (lie foil'oweifi of tlio ring gome arc convinced Clint It will Ic ol cliamjilonulili] callljrc, aiid Ilio winner ivJll bo cnlltlcil to "mccl uny' lioy In Canrjla at Ilio welfht-bf lit lo 135 iioundt, KvcrylliliiE IB In readiness' for tlio fray, 'and Micro aro coins ID bft'no liUcliea. The !ioys havb Rnlclictl their Iraliilni; and are just kecjilng In condition hy llKhl work tio that ilioy will be nlilc lo ivclEh In at lilt Inlcrcsl In Ilio match lias been arousca (6 Ilio pflc'lj, H'lUi the possibility of tlm winner meellns Alilc Altcll 125 adiijng zest to the match. aiiil KlalTonl will lurnlEb the cnrlain rnlscr. 'Tlieso 'lioye are well niRlclied pud k'nou- -Bomelhlng about. tho 4elehcc'6f Iho-game'. They will go thrte lu'0-inlnulo rounrts, Tben tlie'ro will' Jib the ecmi-wliidup uclivceri. IllapNiovMHclicll atn! lluby Hob. Mv'l'lierEon, wlio Will tuiiKle for els t Tills wlH.'be lUachle'a IJrat before. llio( I.ethbrMec fans. As nil ndiled teal urc, the chib has sccurecl a promise froni- Arclilo Clark, assls'lanl jiliyslcal Instructor at ttio to'gls'o Ills famous, laiitcrn -sivlllglng drill just Ucforc'. main go. Iti an iKJejit In dub aiid the Jcaliirc Is- sure lo much appre- Challenge To Local Basketers from'Maa Hatl Elks Club Large Number of Visiling'Rinks i.citiljridgc May I honspiel Jicld EiL Taltpr commencing Thursday'l'ho ]5th.ilisl, and'11 ia cx- peeled: Iliiit n largo number of, out- Eido rinks "Jill attend, LclliuridEc' lias alrendy'firorniscd and ferule. Alapltibcl, Carniaiigay'and Me- to he rcpresurit'cd' by at, least-p'Tie rhitc froju each town.' reached its 1innl: filagcs'; Inst week .when ".from hi 'fduglit- of; ihia'gaine tied three.' Cook, and Cook HAS nlglit.. cu'ii. ivill-go to.either: ISIahon .or eaiuc lojiight- Base: Ball Salaries.In 19lo, Chance' (as. "..X SSf'i G ''Slicckard O've'rall .Schulto Kvcrs .'5000' -Kline -.-1500 Scalqii -TOGO- GOOO Pieistcr 3500 3510 Vn ,1916 Mann Voider" -Williams .Flack 4000 10 .Vaughn 4000 Prentle'rgDBt.'-lOOU iO- 3SOO CLOSD DOVVN. -No More Shooting of Grouse, pratric Chicken and Parlridge A" ciaseil son or Minnameil -Icnelli. for Chicken 'crid -pTirlritJEO passed lli'o" the .lop- '..'Isialyrc ycslcnlay." _ .Ttio- R dbclilcd lo givoMlic Question mak- Ing elk niorp, time rbr-CoVsiderniion antl'nlso Ihe propo-i- 'Al-tfl1 alloss' shooting of female i. ;nct luinhcr. from having any meat or birds or fliilmnls proLccLed by the jinaseil.' V 'clause bill providing lliaL "hunters wcnr a complete suit' Vot Inslcail of merely a ivas :D.issed. GRIND LEADERS Clilcagoi', Feb.' miles be- Mnd (lip tcjrrisi were lied three laps end of QIC ?SUi. hour ot' (tie six-day liicyclc. ..'race at today! The leiilli team, 'and 'Carmnii, Iralllng a lap tclilnd the lenders, .Tlio :rcconrfor Ihe 3SIH hour Is SOS mllca 'fjre lajis. In a Idler received today by the Sporting Editor from the Medicine Hat McClaffer- ty Issues a challenge from tHe Hat liasketbnll teairi to any baskelball team.of championship calibre In'''the "cily or Lethbridgc. Here. Is a eh'ance for.the.locale if tKey tr.lm_ up. Ray- mond A.larDf, liumner. of fans are go- Ing to "make to Raymond -wllfi tlie locals tonight.- _ The >Y" crews are confident ihey'caVtake the scalps of their ancfent.'Vne--' riles lri_ their .first encounter of. Uj5 season. If 'iticV succeetl on .Rayrnon'd Tloor.'lherc IsTTftlle IKey can "accommodate'thc Hat ELUs some time .within the couple .of weeks. if ILL CM OFF Conference flctwoen arid the Kraleniity lo Ktllle :.Thc DWficuHy Neiv Feb. cms- natcd from the meeting of the National League baseball club owners here (ate today that the strike threatened by the Baseball Fraternity ijc called Off within IS hours. It was un- derstood that 3 proposal to re- duce the Elze of the squads met with vigorous opposition, and Jt was Intimated that if this plan abandoned, as considered likely, the players were in" turn prepared to eliminate from their controversy with the various leagues all phases affecting The chubs of the two major organiza- tions. The- Players' Fraternity In communication the National League and It was Lrtlieved a fyfmal conference tr.tween Us representatives and Die club owners would he held tonight or tomorrow. 1Q i i f'i (K "V- m HEftD- ACHE jjijiJ wjicn you led depressed Iry Arj effective J.uallvc Js gentle si smooth and to take, H'fll put you rig! it, mid every niqni- iug'seuu you to (li oflicc feeling Hue. ,PAGE THREE, ABBKY'S VITA TAIU.KTS EiJK.-at earn cl Cxtli a, naymonil, Feb. a rcronl of eighty baptisms since December Elder Frank Warner, a prominent Indian missionary ol the Mormon church, pcrbujja lias more converts to his credit lln-a- like lime, than any oilier missionary In ,Uic hist pry of l'church. .Elder Warner arrived last 'week-Tram' llic Fort Peck Indian and will en lo" open ui> Q Monnuu miss- Ion uuionc the Uluod Indians. Thl3 man is rcjlly a remarkable character. .The son ct a Slioshnnc chief, li'e. iv'Qs In infancy separatee from', hli' trite during early Indian wars, falling into the liands of a'ha Ho was hvico sold, once for. a bag of corn and a goal am again, for.'twenty-five dollars In cash Eventually he 'fell into the hands of a fomtjy of .Mormons In Utah, and a (lop I (Jy of.Mo [tied irilq the .family. is renrty lor Hie big auto Irlp (onlfc'ht wlieri HID local basketball team will essay to lake Ihe scalps'of Hie star Koutliern town aggrcgalion in llieir first encounter at Ilayinond, This promises to be one of tho best _ games ot the season, so any and Hip other branches. To have'their car ready fur travel a fluent and choice com well Lo-cranlt If up Lonlglit'audiirrand and expresses Ihcn take a-run clown. The first beauty .nnrt eloquence. In commence about o'clock, when ,early -life deeply'interest (he }ocfi) juniors-will clash with Ms jiconlo, .consecrating hfs life Juniors of IlayrnomL "'The Bcconri lias filled several HUE'S cautcst is the same of'-ilio night when slack up againstUio all gtars'at Haymond: H ,wlll Le'v.-'eH Co 'tfitit Ihe same team, exactly "will go to Raymond, as last year. V- I .The junior.line-up .will he: C. Jones and J: P6rcy Invln, Goo, Melver ami M! Geoghe- gan or M. Sailowslii, jjunrds. Tlic 'line-up .of the big lorfm'wiH be: L.. Umisworlli .anil Murray, for- .a limited education diligent application to bis a t'oud knowledge o the .-various tribes br Idaho Mpntarm wards; ft. Lund, .centre; G. Drafts Froni GIass: AA and A. Kano, gdarjs. tO'Cbmc Onl.v Every "j Second Year Tint .-Edward The reason-for the early'start "is mainly Lo give'.more-lime for lli'c -York, Barrow; of tne.lnlerna- liana I League 'still 'is on ,lhe war pa Hi for (Ira nine reforms became assurer! da nee'which' will lake place just after the'fiame. Don'L'forget your autof today fnc'lfi lea keel- out, concern- ore nciL week. ing srjveit'iiew requests which Barrow hns niailo'on''lho National Commiss- ion, ifrnehhlf ot the rnlcrriatipnnranil Pacific..Coast .league's and the Aiuer-- Icah association. These reuueats he. acted or it hiecls Darrow'aslis among other things'einrfisciU'drhiViirlce of Increased, that'f'plajrers Bhall not DC subjected (jccn'two a" A club or1 that; pia'yera be suhjecl to draft only once In (.wo. years, 'tho icngUicnhit; o[ Ihe tint fling season nnd a nile nrphihituig clubs Croni cnn- celliiig .drafts- asked' ?iy the International League president arc as climinnto the oh Class AA or change the 'date-Tor beginning the draft from Kept. 15 to 25. Jiicrcasp'lhe tlrritr jjrkc on Class "v-'1 draft'players by-name instead..oT by chili, v'- Sport Sunimafy TREAT-WITH PLAYCRS ONLY New Yorki Feb. ing of the Nalional- League, ,at New Yor'x Jact night, it de- cided lo sever' all relation with lhe-DascbaU__Playira Fralernlty 'an'd. to all dealings players in'dividiials, i slates. The Gum of. Gumption Sealed Tight Right Millions of bars supplied every monih to the Army and'Navy. Every bar means more power to our forces at home and abroad. Send some in every letter and parcel to the Front. Small inA cost, but big in benefit. The Bulldogs Are Cormngl of AjV licagucs. only, -every --feecontl year .or to thtit-'ftlayers In Glass A A must have nlayctl in that cbss lor' two or more years -.Ticfore ITrcy nrc subject to dralt. the rule pro- yidlng for llic .iriimetlhito delivery of pnrclisnscil players. While.narrow will riot "holil the meeting of'the Internnllon- nt I.capjc until the Coin mission has asked the to be here next week Ond a.lao hns written to Prcstitcrit Tbomns Hiekey ol tho American Association him lo be on the ground with" as many ot his club owners as lie can bring lo .New York. OO K E COLLARS .IS CENTS EACH TOOKE BROS.' LIMITED MAKERS MONTREAL SCORES 95 OUT OF POSSIBLE 100 George NichoUl In'Amalcur Fiier.Sniiol; Kansas City', Fch.; Inlcr- untlonal Amaleur White Flier cham- tcalnfe event or "Ihe 13ili anniinl iMlorslalo shoot, won here lodny by Nicholnf ot Kansas CKy, with' a scorn or 95 oiil o( a pos- slide 100. The winner's ftursa Wiis JI576. tllley Thompson, ot Caliisvillc, was second with P4; Fourlcn- Iranla lied-tor third place with SO (nr- UMPIRES NAMED 'Umpires'lor the National L'ea- gue for the coming' season were announced as follows: Henry toilli.-im Klem, Charles" 'Rigler, Robert Emslie, William. Byron, Ernssl. Quiolcy, Al Orlh, Peter Harrison and Wm. Drans- fiEld..... It was announced at a rnceting of the Central Association, al Cedar Rapids, ycsterdayV that Muscatine and Oltumwa wuuid-r.jt retain .franchises -this. yearT thai two other cllles EDughl to keep Ihe "cir- cuit up lo eight clubs. 1U-SECOND KNOCKOUT Jfm Ftynn, Piichlo heavyweight, In -over Jack Dempsey of Salt Lak'e' in a bout at Murray, a suburb of Salt Lake. WtiQp at-lh ForL. was- tbl that JL was useless for hini to nllemii to .establish among Uia 'tribe." But tbl? .did ilamnsn ir, spirits of llie; niissiphary. Al once lie.Legaii with the result tha eighty souls' were .uapUzcd Into lh church, a- me.c'tins_lipuse has been built for'them, and; today a thriving branch is established. asked the secret of his success people lildcr Warner "said unhc'slm- iiiEly, "Thft Uocfc.o'f tt telle ot tho 'destiny of my people.-" Elder Warner is enthusiastic ahout the future of the Intliaus- lie says the tribes arc eagerly faVIng lip civ- ilized customs and the younger gen- is schooled CArefully by' the stale. Tpe're are Inilians in S. house or representatives, aiioliier Indian is a leading ofltcial in the. treasury- depnrtiacnt and every gTcenback ucars ntic1 Inioat significant7o[ all, and suggestive of clianBlng'. attitude, the hoau..ol a great "rinttoh has taken a with Indian blood in her veins. Warner deplores tho moral ami social degradation founfl in some .but lays much 'oC.tho hlame 'or. this at the door oMhe white man. lie claims lhat- the one great lliinR which has preservea" the.'rcd; man during the various scenes of war and pestilence connected" .with their Ins- :oryl.Is" tlieir ytriiic. ;In spite of "civ- ilization MivWarner poinlE oui.that today in'Glasgow, Monlaoa, be.seen women their and noses cut off as tho penalty of jreaking ihc oC_lhe trihc. There is a striking resemblance he- tw'ccn their metndd of.hanrlUng adult- "'fy'anil nnchnstlCy- ami'lhi't cmbodlcil K the'Mosatc law. Cleanses mouth and Helps dppptite and digestion- Refreshes, soothes and satisfies. WM. WRIGLEYT Jr. Wrifilcy Dldg., Toroolo Lasts I BREAKS RECORD Joe W. Bay, of Ihe Illinois Alh- Idle club, broke Ihe Amerffcan running at thsy (ndoor meet of the New York Athletic Club Ijst night selling the mark at 9.11 3-5. G. Gloomls, oT the same equalled the world's record ;-'of 7 1-5'sicbnas iiV-i seventy yard dash. BOWLING EXPERTS "Hie onjy change among the leaders yesterday .in the national bowling St. Paul WAS G.'ClMa and A, Gehtrman-. "of rSt.. took the lead'in the doubfcs with a tcore.of