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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HERAU SECTION Take Schips of Herald Quintet ByFour Pins In 606 602 Score IT WASvCLASSY ROLLING Sherlock v Holmes jiiiisLiiavG been on io ot Ills proteges a shot r6f his magic lieedle last nlglit tho irlumnlLed over tho Herald In A CoujjSe o total Rinks To Coal Ceritre For invade Coal Centre The Fray VANCOUVER ITS CHANCE Deiicr of Dululh Piles Up High Singles With 705 Pins feting club here tonightby a pcoro o 5 to Portland practically kill f chancespt Hie t the Se attic septet ant t played tho visiting team and an catty lead 111 tlie though Vancouver v desperately In the third remaining By winning itsthree remaining games Se t alllowlli inkOiHIiu Seattle must loso a game to either Spokane or and Vancouver Its three regaining games to bring about MB for the via rho Berlin Vorwaorts says thai mass oil deportation of Berlin children to the country II is intended io give tho children uflhe tlireu up per classes ot tlie schools sev eral the It Is he llcvcd that this elep will relieve Ihe food dlMlcully In the city and enable the children to bo belter It is Siopcl that agriculture will alao liu helped as tho children can do light tasks on the and other towns are Invited to Imltalo the C ami jrcsuiieci i juiiv recoru wun luu in bicyclist and uoiucr 01 me ten winning Hie cup by a marrow uiafblii wagncr and Karllcek of CliUSBo at his home It the weather remains cold it leading ilouUes with Iz34 anil the j odiiv On May In Now ho Intention of the Taher Curling jal team of Jlinneapolls Ihe fiveman j Linloy rode len miles oara with hn 21 minutes 23 a mark that Good scores were tho rule during he lie early howlers eelj 110 lUlCJLUUJI Chili to hold lls commencingon Wednesday the 21st A large numberof outside rinks pin risatch hatwas Tho Sherlock headed try W came Jout on the lone end In 01 me csl bowling otitho Tho storied OK llko a house nSe aiuiexlng the first encounter by 37 Threo ot Old Shcrlocks lorn off beiicf thai the Priulere camOright back and wood to pieces scattering the niiis for a bad tlio 37 lead thla game Ilia Printers Died plus iolhe tune 01 averaee which is some e tcaras1 entered the third stanza Schweitzer and Wallis displayed theirwares for We copping high siliglo same of the evening i with They tho and matcli by I four which was HSBOOU as a 1 million under the Bill Hawkins of the eado high scoro ot the cventagVNvilli li5 a 4Spiu aver nee Wallls of the Cops tore off J38 for second high man The Print ers want revenge some time ivlien Tommy Evan si can bowl up to Print era The arc expected to alteild as LethbrMge and Ilat clubs havepromised by send Ins eight itIs hoped Unit CarmaiiEay and liaclcod will also bo Ing away scores wnun j hose who followed to extend them PHILLIES GIVE BENDER iclves to reach lie first ten A large number of caused to UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE bowlm PMladelnhi ass hunger because tho high cost of lie promised to place before tlio boarji oi estimates on Friday their ilea thai be appropriated jy the clly to buy roods or disiribu Ion at reasonable Policemen guarding tho city ball prevented today another demonstra tion by east side women intent upon peisonailj calling to draw Mayor Mitchells attention to the Increased cost of About 200 of the women approach il the building to find patrolmen turned In the best scoro among the It has otters from the Co Spulh Dakota bowlers in the singles Indianapolis ond Kansas City with Carey also Aberdeen clubs the rolled 552 and leading bowlers and fol low Single 705 George DCS C30 Sioux C Doubles Wagner and 1234 Ueflne and Willetls Hunter Sherldck Holmes 27 37 i Bl 41 53 25 S7 C20 30 52 65130 Herald Raymond Is coming all Some people I hat cause the weather Stopped tho Ray mondiles last It this Fri day They will come by rail if tua weather is iho least hit A good following and ns reported inc Knlglit Academy rooters are not to be The LethbrWge having got in two good aolls now caiMble 2772 of sliowiiiK the best tnoy nmi Auntne junior team Is real and they threaten this tovtakc the scalbs of their fouihern Lothbridee was unable to take their best second team a so on llielr own a re inforced teara ought to make things This will undoubtedlybethe best eame the seasoiLand most likely tlio fastest gnnio played on the jsnihasiurii so dontmiss your FORMERLY GERMAN OWNBD Holisatonic Was Sold to Americsns I By HamburaAmerlean Line The steamship Hotisatonlc was for merly the the Ihe mayor with a Tlio women some of then Earlier in tho day group of women attempted to gather in th side milille square but the uolice forced them move TEcy asscm FORD TOURING CAR FORD GARAGE blcf near the city led by Marie a member of the industrial workers of the r tcck toaav This was the depending on i ft a pCCK On OnS at CCH price quoted by first class grocery in If Shelton and Jilnne 15S Llnehnn and Fiveman lerim 2Howlers Chi Minnesota Tent and Awning 2761 nice Sioux tiii ui Mies Galiz was arrested yesterday for She was solft by Iho i addressinghundreds of mianvon April 16 1915 forjwlip made the urst denionbtrauon at otiic Housalonic Steamship the city she on Pdwnnl urged the women r sTaie Street Is Iho mannot to resort to llayor Jilt J beloro seeing said he ivasnbt certain lust whatthe better rcsiilentiat Iri other parts of the city they sold at 00 cents in the west side district as lov as SO CabbaSiJ sold at 19 and onions at Other vegetables wens proportionately The Bulldogs Are Coming FlTZPATRiCK WINS lN A WALK New Harry tho Southern won five miie walking race of Hie here His UnJeTWas record is ithis state for purpose o buying German shirs under be American The oilier ihcorporators Frank itilward andHcnry Sandford is a lawyer who has represented tlio Ham burgAmerican defended Karl that t whon tried and convicted in 1515 a charge of falsifying manifests and sa i city administration could ilo to relieve Tires Tifes Tires Downing 29 33 132 176 602 Sport STRONG FOR THf YOUNGSTERS President Hlckpy of have each pithe eight clubs itihis circuit caro our young playersfor speedy ment thinks thejaus set tired of seeing oidifaccsr and that senerally I player appears jio or never Air iickey believes in TOentVof the rearing them so that th will comm 1111 d good jirlcesiwhen are to VfVJINNkSOjX DEFEATS IOWA i uni Jlinnesota defeated the liiilversUyot Iowa basketball team in a conference basketball jarrferhere ALL SIGNED UP v members of Philadelphia Na tional League with the ex ception of Grover Alexander and George ouWeldeiV have contracts for the v v v y v FIGHT PROHIBITED SOThe boxing bout between Al McCoy and Les Daircy at Madison Square Garden on Jrarch5 is prohibited by a cision of announced toniqht by Comrarssiohcr Oraney which held niyst fu fiira verbalcontract made last September with the Sporting club ot Brooklyn to box Jack Dillon at that d ut ships out of New Yorn min cargoes ihtehded supply ucrman buying tho corporation foundthat Hamburg li consequence of of the German government to forego money ohtaincd by sales rather than aqldjtp merchant inarinp of thejiprld and In dlrcctlv to Pete Neyv Orleans claimant for the worlds Harry Kabkoff of St Louis in a l Un round bout Pal lost to Jack of Cleve 3t when broke his arm fourth FrankieCallahan Johnny Dundee in icil at New they are New circuit lake much for Thts is belief of Frank one of the ucst versed nit men iii the that Ihe mints days are notlarge enough to owners to en ter their htst steppers various meetsVvlilch held around the big Theiiiianiigers seem to figure tliat Cox will havfc and that Pop Gcers eiiicr ond thai a piifse will catch says the way Ihn harness horse Hurt and it tells other Ihing why tills branch of racing has iiot Been reccivingf its iU5t public Last season and Frisco didmbre to increase popular t AHY SPEED X 0 KE IS cetiTS SACH TOOKE LIMITED fc risen dm nioru lu find interest In harness rac iiigthfc ani 10 12 trotterscom and their rewards ivero riAlcn Imisly i Theso two must either be raceufor rraiszs rang 510 ImainHn agersejllicr fail to valuoas gate refui so beraiiso can set them i it considered tliat th horses an that a fretiorall reasonabl drawing such renlrlcs as th two together wit Peter neyiiPeler Donna Lpn others whOihavo marksirangin to upon io draw thatthe meets wl th the fores gh ifth at should b H is said that such events as t the sii1 may bo moved 2 cias anil I hat other rrpmblers of the Dig purses are likely to and it seems a that the instead o providing or the best per formers taken the Tho war in madeit Im possible for AmeTitiw owners to ship their stara and there Ja an of for some of liiu racliigrneets in his In boili Scries FOUR and Scries L 18 Studcbaker lias in arid one of fullfloating axle systems ever put urulcfa In qualities of steels in devciopnicnt of ycsimin of Studc baker could not improve on its if it manufaclurcd a car to sell foe The weight car strain of sfarUng strain of in at Iiigh arc by the giant strong axle and all of these strains and the of the car are carried Oiis housing on big Timkcri V FOUR 7Passcnger 1595 f Waikcrvilk The Stuclebaker Garajge 322 Sixth Pppoiite Wberta the foci i but would lie glad women preseril any inrnUtee which comes now QliABANTE SHffiT Wall 34x4 HARRY HOLMANi MANAGER such saicswere i tacliedtoHheni of former try to interests of Attacned to any Fbrcl iii twenty PuHs2 14 in bottom Gang Plows ana all faiui Se our Orders will be filledviri Ithe der order without Gash flSJ DAYS WE HAVE RECEIVED 500 r WRITE OR PHONE t TliE FORD Distributors for LETHBRIDGE ;