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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta is; THE DAILY IIRRALD HERALD SECTION -BOTH BOYS ARE IN MAIN GO WILL BE FEATURE M. SidowiVI vt Kid Stafford, 3 rounds. Bob ftfePheuon vs Blackle Mit- chell, 6 rounds, Eddie vi Heck St. John, 10 pounds. i f There is, lha line-up.' for Lbnlglit, .with a couple of features to bu added, vhlclt will mjiko luo boxing carnival Dt Ilio MuJcsUc.lho yet. staged by _thij Sports Club., Tlie llrel lioiil vi'lll ,bq'staged commencing about nluV o'clock; ami Iho main go, will .linger way. al-lfl o'clock' with -Jud (he third. jiiaii tn tlio ring. "I am. going (o put icy'money Bt: said 0110 fun yeslerday. JfJcml yi'Jio lias sect) him in action lu Seattle' lolls 'mb. ho Is easily one ot (lib'tiest bays of his VeJglit'cm An coast, and tlipiks IIQ can Ucal Franks.' 1FHS1BM Ilio faslcsl game of f basketball" ever tlayed on Iho llay- tli a far, for lha local followers of llio ring have ft. nugo' ndbl'ratton for moll'l haakclball floor the Itaytnoml FrankB' aggressiveness and fipocd, and tics took" ihc scalps of Ihc local team thluJr Jio will come put ivilli a decision lo Iho luno of 34 lo 30. H was a .nip ftl Ihe ivorst. Bui all. agrees thai and-Luck affair, from start lo flnfsli middle namo af (oulglil's which Ihe Raymond boya had ihe wllli'iblB'iiwro iefl to'bHTii.'advantage In tlie first half ami tlic U lading lo be a nowschefttlQii for i I-clhlirMfifl (JQJ's second half Ilio fays Tlio'BOulherners, however, got ft-ljUlo M. Saiiowsk'l's aphcarDiico ipiilglit'moro iulvanlaKc in (lie.first liairtliqn will lJO flio first siticojlie met Charlie llic local boys could overcome In Ihc JOIICB early In Ihc winter. He la' go-, B-jcond. ing up against a nifty lad and 'tints Tlie.-HBymond floor. was prelJmJnary Vlll ho'aU'lo'lhe merryj BlranEc lo tllc ljoyB anil dlil As for tho UlacMo Mllchcll-Ruby Bob lo Le able to In the A return malch has beei> 'ar- ranged for tomorrow night at the "Y" flymnaelvrri, Both learns, Jun- ior and senior, will be on the'Job and anybody who UUs to act this game wtll be'-missing the fastest game of bathetball played here for yearj. Remember, tomorrow Thie ganjc pracUcally de- clctea the Southern Alberta cham- The local boys are that on their own Moor they will able to take the southern boys Into so out and 'root! root I root! Will Wait Till _ After the War Says Carpenter scnil-ivliidupj t eo and sep It. .They arc evenly ID niched in and Uob lacks In sctcnco alf at 1L every time Ilicy would gel1 the tall would push thpjn inlo tlio -ho makes up'ln strengtu'sml were lined up on all llo'ia an old hand a.i the wrcilllng esmo and can lake care of himself hi Ihe ring, Marquis of Quwnsbury Rules Govern Games In -Future 'games hove become so rough recenlly al the To- Arena, iliat E.--SV-; Fergus on of (lie Montreal Herald shoots tha fol- Ipwins 'safcaslic thc'.Qiieen .McNaniara'was barred from lasl The referee horse- hia'glove. "Its only for jileaded, but Itererce-V.'ood taid' IL might .not be" for -the Sport Summary DARCY AND GIBSONS Feb. Darcy, the Australian 'Mike Gibbon's St. Paul, haie been matched to'fght ten" rounds' Milwaukee .10th, pune "of The puree will be at" wjll two- thirds of trie '''moving" picture rights.. Frank 'Mulhern, of _M1I- .slage .the.Sght.j.'TJje men will fight flRyinond boya arc a very lius ky team, all but one bclnff over six feet tall. Their combination plays u'cro prellj' to ivatcli and somciinics they seemed" lp he passing'the hall over thu local hoys' heads. J For the local boys W. Murray was 'playing fii elcllar form, never. Ing ajiyUiiDg Jlko a good chanco. Diinsworlli, Itis parlrior forward, did not sccni (o be Ids hesl ringing up only a couple of baskets. Is generally conceded If he had been shoollng up to hts old form the I IHBUC of Ihe contest would have been even more undecided; Lund, Hid lo- cals' tig-centre man, played Ills .usual steady game and hold'his man down well. Tho guards were in gond shape and played In their; nest fqrro. Q. lie the local 'Jiusky, Bucceetled In holdlifg Uiclr star'shot N'alder down lo three baskets, 'making as many Carpenlterl Paris, Feu. 14, have' Leon askeil ;o tell my friends abou'l the jllily' ot niy going lo America; cr I.ani to Hfiht Ihe giant cowhoy Wllllard, ror the wonderful Auatra. Ian boy, Lcs Darey, and many other (lucsUori regardlne my plans for the 'uLure. "Hcccrilly there came lo me Trom n well known American-' promnlcr otter -lor a ten no ihe name o[ my oppon ent not staiq'd. .Much ay I w have' liked. lt> a'c'ccnL Ihls generous oinSr.] I have fell lhat, even shouM Iho arijy "aulhoritlcs pancLlon by. ac- cepttrig.-niy (Irst duly Is lo my coun- nni. a EoMler just as long ns Lhcro is any fighting to lie done. Un- less, .therefore, .something approach- Jne a iniraciC happens, I nm not solrjE Lo America. Iloilrig, can wall, bu'. I7oches cqunol. v Ihe [Ight .promoters In New York ftayc hft.uiJgji the Idea of scctn'- DON'T USE ANYTIME Jn useleYg'e'iporljneufs wllh ordta-. ary olMroenla. 'It you have any uJtln trouble wbat- ever, use 2am-Buk in Ihc first place, nod save yourself Buffering and unnecessary expense, For Iwo years-Mr. K. B, Of ManiulB, euRcrcd with fall rbeum. Then he used Xara-Jluk and was curefl. I had on my feet for Iji-o Iho I suffered at limes vaB Indescribable, I tried .ill klndfi of so-called remedies, but nolMog brouglil rno rellet until I used JCam-Buk. After tbc first fen- applications I noticed a distinct improvement, and after persivor- anrejKaM-UuJf completely cured mc.JJ KanvBiik la aleo unequalled far rlnen'orin, fcalp Eorcer old wounds, obacesseo, bolls, pimples, llcwd-poli- oulng, piles, ecalds, burns, cuts, and alJ flhln Injuries, All druggists and elorw, or Xam-Buk 'Co., Toronto. 60c. box, 3 J1.25, CHIPS FROM fHE CLAYS One of (iie moat enterprising gun clubs'.In the middle'ivcst Is tho Auto mobile Clun club of JCiinpa.i Cily, Mo This club Is o branch of Iho Aulomo bile club of Kansas City. The aim o Iho officers to make It Ike pun cJuti In Ihe world, nuj Micy an going al it In the right way. Larry Gardner, flilrd baseman' o Ihc lloston Americans, has a. hand Irap on the fender of his QU loniobile, ami he lol of SJJOT out of the "sport alluriug" by IryJn to'break tlic cby birds while the ca is in mqllon. There is a. new Irap'slioolc'r In Ore. Ho is James Evcrdin .In NO BALL'STRIKE siatcment. iBS'.Lisrf .al' New. Irimself on sudden rushes down' the floor. _ Alt., Kane 'was there witli-the goods, Jn Hie fact tLaL liis man had several' pounds 'avoir- dupois to Ills.advantage, lie made.fn York last nJght; David FuJlz, pre-' Lhc. first- a couple'of good nishes ni-v_--_.' Fi would be no yjsar, If the member's of ihe ;Fr'a-; UrnMy were': not discriminated. As Ihls haB already been Inf..'riiy. Bervices there has been n I Stronger. He weighed .eight anil one well'meant movement in Parii .to "ton he arrived-.on DC ciirc'rhy the belus cernher'3. Ills father Is Iho presldeii that all.moneys paid to mo should hoi0' Portia: 1 Guii club, anil lie 1 handed oVer to the Frcncli CFCSS. I "amed after II. It.'Kvcrdlng, Ihe to: would be willing io help that prcsiilcnt of_tlie chik ANOTHER MATCH FOR WEEK Daytori, Ohio, gob. Baseball- Players7' L ilowu that there Raymond. Uielrt,; be no Walker, stands about six fc the police-will -have no business at n the; rink iinywayl KliiBEton recruit.'ivas clipped gavotte by Eddie Livingstone: to be .couldn't swing-a enough egg. Eddie patman-.clairns'he got loilgh- encd up'by, nattllng for a street car Beat .during'' the; rush hour., -or r-salaries among the Tarontos Is'likcly.; iEddle Livingstone -nolrils.-out Iliatjprelirnin- ry iighlers seldom "get riio're (hah ?5 ]ier L: his -successful encounter n-Jlli-Kfd Oalmsn; IlalllingNQill Ncch- plso'a lias beeii offered JOQJ5 to meet Jess" -Harry.'Cameron -Is out" (or ,a .few days, .with'-broken sustained while, 'err rounds on.Iho eve of lho.rr.alch. V..'. 'ELLIOT SIGNS WITH CUBS Oakland, .Cal, Feb.' Harold 'Elliot has come lt> terms'with the Chicago Naltonals fol- lowing, rcccin't, of a eecond contract calling for "a.substantial iIncrease in '.He. announced here that lie cspcotcd Ip Join Iho. team In -Pasa- j. Baseball; Players' -Fraternity Ja to bo; affiliated with, the White Itats, was the rumor'wafted over Manhat- tan. .Wliile; flats 'and yellow 'ball players uquld piako a novel coiuulna- tlon. agreed to, the EJt' regard- ed as finally settled. -.LIGHTWEIGHTS BATTLE Charles jMelrie, ''.lightyvelght of Milwaukee, wa's given the dsciston.'. over, bito" Wallace 'of Kansas'; In'a a'1'kensas City last Owen Daly.-'clalrnant of- the' lightweight .wrestling champion- ship of the Unile'd states, lost oh- a foul-to -Milton Harnden of Bell- Insham, Wash., at that place last night. COACH.' QUITS Frank- W.'.Cav'anaugh, football Dartmouth, has reslaned after six with the He; has aniiounced- will. coach Holy 'Cross at Worcester. feet Ihree inches .In .hig was" IJie centre qf'nUraction. tall and also ,.veriy speedy, .'anil Ihc-for- well. He sure'led-Roger.Lund a-pcerry chasp., forwards -jvcre iinerrjitg-' slr'g'ts sut- t'ecdedAeryJvreirm'hQldlng.the (Le[ Tlic'boys get. llie'nairfes [ot all the but 'llioy this; N Uthbridae .Murray Hunswortll Lund McKlllov Kaue Guards' Raymond Ilamprlen Nalder Walker Elevens Wool! 3-YEAH Joe the Canadian who 'has been'acting' creWco'ach'' at' the University of' Pennsylvania.' without compensation, for several years, has signed three years'' contract to coach.the crew at the 'University. TEAMS TIED Eight, teams the six-day- blcrclc'.nct at Chicago warc.llid for. the lead at the end of the 71s{ .'hour at 1332 miles and G lapi: record for that time Is mllss'-' .arid 6 j.apa. Tiie 'preliminary inatcli was (linger.. .The. ud up against Ihc' local jiinlorsj 'willi n cjasli. Like the seniors in'Iho'first lialf Ihe I-elhbridge boys seemed nn able to make out the lay of the-land The HaymomlXboys "then" prGceeuei to .ring up allO'to 5 score. -.In the second half the locnl team sot-.'stafl ecl.'sjvl, inolc thuir-turn, in-.the scor ing, having a slight advantage. the final bell rang the score to'1-1 in favor of Raymond. The LeUi bridge 'juniors, however, are just ach ing lo gel another go'.al thein-ph bur floor. Percy -irwlri played a wliale '.ol. a game, practically all': the Lctlibridge poinls. .He wns the ecu Ire of allracllon tlurius Uie c'ritlrc game. ,The HarJiiontl forwards "TOre very good shots and took Ing down. The line-up of Ihis gathe wns: Mndtson'Square .Canlen Is' c'iiang- Ing hands-as olten 'as 'the Vtlivco Is'being played Lelhbridgp M. Saaow C. .Tones Mclvor John Shand Guards Raymond fled! Bun Flsti'ci _ riomiuei FollmviiiE- Iho games Ihc; Lclh bridge boys.- enlcrtalncd al a EiJlcndifJ iJancc. DAVENPORT BADLY WOUNDED Wm. J. Shcr- HnnijUpn, .one of Canada's greatest won ihc famoug Maralhbn'ln Greece liT 1006, he was pac'ct) Jn Ihc final "stages1 of Ihe race by a Greek prtnco ot royal blood, iiany-'jieople have fcccn nrider the Imprcaalon that iMa prince'was-Ihe lircBent'klng, Ihc erany Constantino, X BERWICK' m'ARROW 'u COLLARS; 'OKmtrutuft jxfKtly. Bullet Through His' Ches When.Rifle it Discharged v San Antonio,, Ihc Sb. Louis ,-Ameff cans' pitching-staff., scrtoual. _woundetl al Ilia hoinc Runge.'Tcx today, when his rllio wfts acctilcn'tiill; Freafmt.- King Conslanlino vtaallie prince.thai paccil'mc In the 'rom n hunt, A bullet paBse stndlum at Ihc finish o[ thc'JIara- throiiEh hla chest anil also inflicted Ihon-racc, May. isos. I met (ho stnlp wound, prcsciil king, on numerous occasions and to clear iip jioinl'llie'stnr wrote to Mr. Shcrfing, receiving the following J "Prince brother of. tho (now our. bclovcil. .Prince -Ar- chur of Connaiighl, and the' entire foyM'Creek household; were all; as- scmblcil, nnjl.'tlie Austra- lian anil Intro- cluccd to cadi of thn roj--' ally. In conclusion, mlgnt ad'tl. thai 1 ehil 11 was pot Vaceil the linlsli ot mV for ho Is so Iroajhcrorts I arn not euro but, thai he mljht liato liipjied'me, as Oicrc 'jsevcral German en- trants, fn the race'-" ttccl (or the Icarl in the six-day blcycl race at 12.30 p.m. cnd.o tho 62nd hour of the oyenl. The rid ers had covered J15Q miles'S laps, 1] miles behind the Thfi-Cr 4 f.- A. HOCKEY j> The.Bulldoga Are Cbmlngl Ollawa Quebec i'. Canadlcna' ...1. 7 AYarnlfTCrg.', ,'.i us so long as there maliis a Gernfaii to he knqclien out of''my country: "Fpv the lo.engage Studebaker Series "18" Gars Bolh POUR and SIX arc equipped with lha jaiMc big Safely-Insuring Urakes. They act on H drum with more brake area }cr pound oT weight than you find on other cars, With four years' experience on tin: same basic iltiign, wild 250jOOO cars in (he hands of owners, Sludcbakcr has perfected its system of brakes exactly as it has perfected and refined every olher part of ihc Into a perfect, smoolh -working inechsniim. Leverages have been scientifically fo that a touch ol the Brake Pedal, or on lha Emergency Brake lever, exerts great pressure oa the Brake surfaces. The Brakes are simply but ptrfedly So lhal (he pressure on bojh wheels is exactly the fame. No slipping'or one wheel; no tendency lo pkid, due ,Lo unequal brake pressure; the Instant slopping of [he car 'in a slraight thus your; safely is insured to the maximum. In short good brakes on your car is perhapi rtally one of. the most vital and accessary jn SAFE driving, H. P., FOUR .SJ29J SIX ...lliJL1. 1595 F.O.D. The Studebaker Garage T, Graham, Prop.' 322 Sixth Street, OpposHe Herald, UM1 wls monlu weeks' ouponciu'n'l 1 be long for, Jnck Ted LeJis.'-Jea Chin or ClblioiiB- Tli0 Caua.lhn cliam- "I'.hayc.'- been whether" :I oiitd meet the; American champion es, for my-amliilipn'ia.ib'be tb'e'hcsl- hllo IJul Willinrd nd 'Americans' generally 'must' no' statement to mean oon as, 1 .am'Tcleased mili' nry.. duties I sliall take tho first I shall go inlr erious training.' My phj-sical- conrti- on so far has not 'affected me; but efore I so into Involv- s a'.champlonshlp 1 lii tho.CarDentief of '1314." ..-II '-'Rigbl aflc-'r Cravfofd J.comcs fs the J, mpst QElta'tlag fancy which ilaiinU a pitcher. In'-nine W. La'rdncr's rit ol Busher's Discball Stories big Ictt hander describes- hls: first en- counter -lyllh Ihc Georgia 'Peach. made', three -bases Cobb.J It the .first .linie I over scernhim. lie hollefed at me righl ort the reel Kc, says. .You'd better-walk iiis, you'Imsher.'I says I Till walk you .hack to Ihc Schalk signs tor'.'a" spiUer. and lo him and Cobb mlss- "Then, Instead of signing (or another one, Schali; asks (or a fast one and I shook my hut >h'e v signed [or. it'again Tfnd .yell, fill something on II. ;So I Ahrowed.a fast one over second :.base. I rton't know what Weaver .was dolrig bul he never-hiaden lor Crawford siorert and-CDbb was 'on .-base. First Uifnic 1 knowed ho'had ..stole second wliile I held the ball. I Calahan yells wake up out there' .and I says don't your catch-, when thpy arc jolnj to ratcal. SchalK jays Get Jn' thcru t and and shiit your mbulh. 'Then I got mad 'and walked .'.Vcich' and Mori'arty.'bui-before-- Jlorlarty Cohb 'and Veach pulled a double steal on -v.- It is proposed to "turtlier'stiinu late the Industry of horse .breeding' avert a cut 'in 'salary hy re establishing the., ii'ari-mutucls Never again shall wo Breeding race .horses .some see him muff a .world series cliam aj-slom of bclllner seems impossible hy SprlnsHcW: fan's, Vvhb ;believe', he 1917 FORD! RUNABOUT If, you'fiuicy.v'aL-'light car' foi everyday ucw.moclel Fold Runabout lit your i Smooth running to nandle, Ihe Ruhabout'l! ready'for cr summer, aver alT kinds and it gives high mileage .on low.aatafme'coiL You-ought lo see the new model a: once if you want one this'season. Orders nave first FORD GARAGE AHCHOR-DOKALDSON LINE CUSCOWTtiPORTlAND.nE. B VnKkllluH.s. m CLAKOWnST.JOHM.H.B. .DIRECT B POflTLANDToCLAKOW DIRECT HALIFAX TO GLASGOW PIRCCT THE STCfaTbFBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARSTOTHtDOfjR PHONE 769. dispel' that racking ncural- It warnis, soothes and comforts. his Iakc. you car look like a car. Have joufsell. JJLOWOIJT CHAINS. x PATCHES: SHOES' CEMENT.''; All for thv'toijgh roads. v Also the BAALM MTOR HARRY ;