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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IlflHAU) PA.GETIHIEE HERALD SECTION Willard Signs with Circus JESS WILLAHD, Chicago, the r ever, that may mitt'the clrcu htavyvveiyhl. champion, through his] on three weeks' uolice any lime a. The basketball gmnu bctwecii lclxc and Itnynioiul will In) Ktagctl or "sure Hilt; -evening. The ItuyiuomL enm clatrn lo bo'In even bettor sh dan v.-lieu was al Kay- nonO, aiul hopo Lo defeat the locfil toys on their own lloor to cinch mat- Wjiinlj Arlhur, 1 CHALLENGE HI at gf Tori bns cunlleugcil Ihc for the Allan (CONTINUED' VIIONT "Food Stock Stocke of food In (ircat RrUaLu at preaeul arc tower lliati they nver have bccn-.lJPiorc, Uujd fJcorge said.! IL WAS, l for the life of Hie na- tion, Im declared, thai every cflorl be made to i dncllon, TJte premier aJinounccrJ fiovcniniciiL would 'jruar homo lhal t'ne u price 1'lie local boys, liavlnp had two good workouts (Ms week, are owfii hat (hey can defeat the southerners m ihelr own floor, "Tho Jssl game between liiesn two .cams ended llio Rcorc 34-30 In 'avor of Raymond, on thn .latter :cnm's floor. When tlio score IB close (hero Js no doubt tlial tlic teams JTO matched. You can Lo as- sured of .seelnr; the fustcBt ganio of o Reason. Tho Junior team of-Raymond Is LI Jintldifjcr, and It IB by no .means ihclr Intention to lose- this game. Thci local boys nre very reinforced i premier Ihat' food prices were not slnco their )ast encounter, flnd Ted as thn Raymond boys rc- gardCn? (ho Iliiymond la brlnglne up their belorc, Therefore, IL was sate tcen-piccc band which BO handily en- grant' to farmers p. minimum price terlalnerl (he audience between halves over a jcrinttc period of lime, which at Ilayioond. This band la really wns the'only'way to bring nbouL hn- wortli -hearing. Lcllinrltlgo lias liaJ mediate'action, no bands around lately, BO this will Thc also proposed a mhil- ie tiremlcr Eald he vtiry! li (he cutting-of! ct.-rtnln lux- jj which tamo froni France uii'J' July.. rcsirlcllQD.s would be-, >Kfd lin'iri'edUilely, FcOil prem- ier.- Sleys wdulrj bo taken [rj prevent Biieeulallvo buying ami if iiuccs.sary food controller wouhl trol off ii coinuiodJly, Tlio rcKti'icLlons hud been carefully an-1 tic !'I tbo house lo (akc tlictn as a lo, .The premlei1 dcclarc'l he had mil the ilon'n [f Ihc progratn wore currloil uui If all could liuln in iroiluc fato the worst the enemy can do, inn! tliat Is'what we trj Lc firoiiaiv.'ii lo do." Induce Greatest Production In deallnj; wltjj ihc [junction nf jiro ductloii iH'tink-r mill: "Tlien (liajo IB tlie question, ot our homo plles of fooij. I the country lo ihal at iii'c.iPiit our siqcks arc IouF. Tills Is not iliro to KUbinar ir.ea but harvest. H U lo Ilia Ilie nation that wu forth fvt-ry clfort lo incrcnEe (on ihJfi j'L'ar. ni'C a weeks Lo sou- eprtnp uats i ley, to HIT (anncr to pasture land nf SS shilling's C jitnca for oats year, 32 shillings for the next two j-carti and twenty-four shillings Tor the ihrec [ollowihg years. The jirlcc of poialoca would LG guaranteed [or the coming seaeort otilj- at n Ion. liortulioii of aujilcs, tomatoes and Trulls will be prohibited entirely. Tlic opinion .was expressed by tho (o for a Ions Hint niter the war, Inasmuch as (Jcnnaiiy would ihcn be a heavier jmrcltaser than over he especially appreciated. mum wogc of-25 shillings weekly for Don't miss this if you Intend .wiTrkcrs. For ivlieat llic to SCO n basketball gnmo this j'car at. govcrnincnl guarantee tlic rann- er UlC following inintmum prices A GOOD TIM FOR THE ANTI-SPORTS London tipcaxlng i hv Queen's linll on Thursday ulgl on the occasion of a Kalicr Burns club entertainment to soldiers, Lord .signed an 'eight moniiis' conlrnct here today (o' ap with a circus. The contract allpulutes, lipw- lor him.' Tlio sea- son ivlll open mid close Xo- KPEGEISWTO lo i gallon skipped by Ralph blbrie, Al- gol off j Uioufrli Bo iv-.-Island -at era i the prcEcut. Lime il ts their inlenlloii build-one -this -summer -and-1 trust be able .to hold .their o.-vyn nexl ot the rock for ip'R _ ________ Curling to ihomink', and 'for Hm'nc'st three Up inhabitnnls ot Llie TWO.OL "thc-iiienilicfs will "be kept'awake at Stouc rink hnven'l ihrowii a r nlralns .up1.' and "AH con pic-of years arc giving Ihc'-lnleiillon of Uie club a very Rood account of themselves. TO-DAY'S Sport Summary Iflat tlranv at-2, oil uumhor of er.- ..Irresi-. ivilh only ;.tivo sheets of., ice available foriplay.' Hght outside rlnfcs anil ntiic local rinhs are entered. Lctli- ..bridge haa .come to the front ivllh live entries skipped br ShophcrJ, Clark. JJamUlbn ;and MacLeod. IJray and1 Collier represent" Medicine Hal Tlic following Is tbe result pf today's piny: Hudson won from Mahon and Powell in :the. noon ilnuv. Uray won from Hamilton, tiw- ing from j'jtcrson frpni Jamie- sou and Shcpliord Her lost to-Iloss a T.nird won from While and 'Shepherd won from. Cook. Stone won from i .from While.; Cot- 'Pdw.cil to .Ilray. ahJUoV Island'has sent up ati Doyd after, cohiliig'home three '.Feb. Barcj' is( lo.act as hia he'can elit Mike Gibbons before force him to fisht Gibhoul" Koln? Lo the Cream City club in Jill-1 wauKec-Aprit Ifl or Mulkcnir tlio cltib'si to know the reason why. ,IIo intimated .lhal. he had ah.fiihMng as to the reason why lio saiil he would lake bis co'nlfacL.sfpricd by Tipi O'Siillivan pi 'NP'W York; 'Darby's manager, to .In the" land, rather than let Darcy back out of the iiilll- On Uie otlicr hand, Uarcy. says O'- had no, authority to Elgn any articles-or .aercenic'iUs niia, Lhat he -will not tto tbrongh-'with tbe arroiiec- inchls. says he has wltiiesycs lhal Darcy Tcrbally cpminlsitoncil In (he ineanlinie. Ahilkcrn is hero, busil.v in preparing to X'age the hig He'baViiut Ihe'case In the 1m mis of "a firm York lawyers wiili inslnictlons to go Ihrpu lawrcry vrllli it ami lib' is conltdcrt thai when (bo bell r ring's t lie .Austral- ian, will be In .-the ring1. Milwaukee is especially, ejvgcr.-'for this fight. liiisihess houses, bcliqvltig that H ivould be thing for (lie responded itobly CATCHER SIGNS Chicago, Feb. Phlla-. dclphia National league team an- nounced that Catcher' William KHlifer will sign a contract for the coming season. Fred Under- us, first haBcman, signed up lerdaj'J rn r WRESTLING Joe Stecher, of "_Nebraaka, de- feated 'Ad- Santel, Pacific Coast i champion heavyweight wrestler, .In two straight fnlle at San Frarv CTJCO. t.-l -.j- -r. Al -Halft of Columbus, Ohio, the "world's wrestling cham- pionship., 155 pounds and the Lord. Uo'risdsle 'belt from ;Thor Olson, Kathenff. Ohio, at Colum- bus, Inking the first and third'" falls. William Demelral, Chicago, wan on a forfeit from Gus Kervaras, at Los Angeles, when Kervaras clipped'and went through the ropes, after nn hour and sixteen minutes of wrestling. Kervaras said he was disabled and unable to continue, Athlellc council of the Univer- sity of Wisconsin-refused to rt- i establish rowing and the school will not have a crew at the an-. niial'rtgalla at PoughVfepsic this year, STOPPED THE FIGHT FrnnkTe Burns of Jersey City defeated Young Zulu Kid y'of, Brooklyn, at New York, whenithe .referee stopped the bout In-the fourth round of a ten-round go, after the latter had been knock- ed down several times, Johnny Newton, 8th rejlrncntf retained his title as we Mai-weight champion of the army by defeat- Ing Jimmy Vanderwaker, 20th-U. S. Infantry, at El Paso. Vander- wafer's seconds threw in the sponge In the 7th round of a 15- round bout. Tho team will consist ol For tilc ycur. sixty Murray, L. Dunswoj-Ui.i shillings- for 1D1S ami 1910 fifty-five A. Kane and II. Lund. ror 1520, 1321 mill 1922, for The second team will be plrtcd from -ty.fivo shillingg Krowius will be cut Irrln, A, Skeitli, Arcblc jown to. barrels annually. II. Hudson, C. Jones and John Sliand. A reduction will be made in I the o.ulput br siilriU affecting' a sav- ing of Importation ,of aeralcil mineral and table waters Ic prohiWleil. Pow- ers wjll bo the board of ag- rlciilture to cbniiiel Jaiul owners lo cultivate UicirVground. The minimum ivag'e tor tfinn lalior announced by Lloyrl shllliuss a week, rep- resents nii increase of iiO lo SO per present (ircvaJJiJiK payment. Imiibrtailon or paper, Ibe an nomiced, must be curtailed by a ftir- Ihcr .tons -annually. only exceptions made in Ihe prohibliion of fruit iniporln.lioii3 will.: Ibe lii the caso of oranges and bananas amount brought in will1 per ccul. Thc same; striclioii will npnly to nuts.' Canned; luion imnortaQoiis, will bp reduced; eiini..-hlpporlullon of foreign'; an'djcocoa IB j ven" tbe. amp.uaL oj. India lea which! rentier said It was-CAyccLeil io save! JO.OOO touo "oCi-shipinrig" yearly onj The government proposes lo guar-; itcc (he or R. dofinile period, while a minitDum age'of 25 will he xed for'laborers. I In announcing .the decision to re-' rict'tlie importation of paper Lloyd! eorgc said' Uie govftrnnicnt bad nr- that a very ubilantTal reduction' was necessary nil thai. .Ihe amounl would be cut to "alf of what .now allDweil. This Id reduce the allowance' to sonic remarks which should bi laktn lo heart by the null-sport faiia tics, for said: "The nation rejoices, and tt has right ID rejoice, and I certainly am om those who wish lliat an Ions as Is anil [t is necessary the prc-sont to advance on cause, Ihnl Ihc ijno'ilu'-j amnsotncnts whether they be in the open air or i the theater, should go on as long a tbe public does not sulfcr. Let who. CWJID lioiiie Jic met checrfu faces, and lei-Ihcm feel that the lim which tlicy spend away from the iren ches is a time for amusement wine will distract them from all the ansii lies and the ilanficrs tlicy have unde gone and lit llicin for further exertion with reneivcd visor." 1917 FORD CQUPELET For I'nll mid winter driving, the now inixk'.) Conpc-lol is ;i comfortable onr in i.'oli) wcuLlicr ami jt can bo (jiiick- lv converted into an open for fine Any a. Tbld car IE lite one you liceil for nil the year round service, no mailer what the woalhtr or roads may lie like. The now drslgii Is rtlftiiictfve nnil makes a nice turil-olll, specially desirable fur woincn, iloclora anil huslnc-ga men. Hec the model (oday and get your order hi at FORD GARAGE to come here ami help to develop Ful- ton, us in all probability the blfi Jflas- terer will maicbecl ID fishi Jess Wlllard. San SHOCK FOR BOD1E Francisco, BotKc received a decided shock today v.lii'n n letter came frotn Connio Mack, manager of Ihc I'liiladclybin staling iliat he Is jircpnrltiR to mnku ;i deal willi a ('oast League cluli for ring's FcrnVes. MORRIS MEETS MOHAN IN TEN-ROUND BOUT Xe'V York, Fob. Morris, Ibe Sap.ulpn t'lant, was iDilchcd yes- terday to box Fmnk Moran ten rounds -Mnrch 13 at Garden. Tbe two rightcrs refused to accent cabled iransiioi Iron to Saui JIcYea, now in Panama, aprcal and sii rilicO to wo of tlcticts. Mulkcrn gnftrantced 000 to tlie so.ho cannotrsee whero he can' lose. _, Turned Preacher, Now a Promoter H.i'A. v V" (j-j. v v P. C, H. A. STANDING P. Pcrmis- Eion to conduct Loxitig liouls has tho Amalcur Athlcllc aas'oclHlion'bV.llic stale ing commission 011 the application of tho Her. a foTOior prize. fighter vftntl now n .preacher. This is official recognition of the' contention of Ihp. HcV. Fred It. Wcilge, who once wrte' lishlii-.cishl cliampion of Wiscon- sin, that, boiing be approved by (lie highest snorting authorities an u hlgli-clasii and elevating spoil, of manly caliber. Tlic'llev. "Kid" Wedge says tlml-hb thinks uoiing !s iiiHi..iiuiilJ be tnlight ever .is B sport. cnlcDlatcd to brlns his many FAIL TO PASS FIGHT BluL CHICK EVANS FAILS i. TO JOIN CUB CAM llciiKo, Feb. "Ctllck Jr., national open and amatci chninjtlon, not teach "baltin nrm" to" membcra of the Chicago ianals on their sfrins training trip l-Jvuns nnnounced lonlglil that 1 lad nbancloncd'his Intcntlon'of ma ng the trip at tile request o[ officia of the. tlnllcd Slates (Jolt assoclatlo n-ho sufisested lhal the'ventliro inlg alfccl his amateur sUndlng.- Vancouver Portland ,..13 12 :'S 105 0 115 .11. 107 13 77 FreV A. ,J'ct. .TO.'-'.Gl? IIS 105 ..429 11C...3S1 Rest ol the Scaion ftidir, Feb. at'' Scat !e. Saturday, Feb. al Van" Oliver. Tuesday, Feb. SpoVarn at .So titlto. i Friday, March SpoVanc at .Van Friday Match at Porl land. Saturday, March Spokane at Van rfiuvcr. i Knd of .I01G.-17 season. bUI to legalize cerlaui kinds ot nghta In rndfaiia failed to pass ihc lower Ii.o'ua'c'.'of the -legislature Ihis 0 last he waa'lctl fron< his seal by an taken up oh ihinl ushor, ,who chargetl him with having BASEBALL FAN LOSES SUIT St. Louis, Fell. A In favor of the SL -Louis American Kcs KUO Ijasehall ivaa-rcndcrec hero today in the suit ot Janice" C llcach, against lh? rompanv for 000 daraases. Itcacli nlleecd that at a game Angus BRITISHER SUNK Washington, Feb. .T ports'Ca'lilcd lo the slate dcpartrne: liy Consnl-Ueneral Skinner ai Ixuidc include the sinking of Ilie IJrllish i ganllno Nctherlon, 153 tons. ons. _ All cssonliat urUclcs o[ food, he inucd; woulil be oii. frec'llst, butt ertniJ) articles 'would be reduced or irolnbitcd. Tho stoppage of tbe im- or (at (on of coffee, tea niid cocoa, for he lime being was, duo lo tbe fact hat'large supplies were on hand. MINERS' Inhale I which weakens Itinys, 'anises ihroal troubles, untf leads to miners' consumption. All mincia shou'd tnko SCOTT'3 EMULSION during fall and tocnricli their blood and slrcngthcn the thiaat and lungs. SCOTT'S contains pure red lircr oil TTtlhput nlcohoL or harm- tjv. ful drug3--it builds strength and acls ns a bracinff tonic. Oil tslJc Stlililitu. AW Tires! Tires MALTESE CROSS Q. D. Plain, Q. D. Plain, 33x4 Q. D. Plain, 35x4 Q. D. paragon, Q. D. Paragon, 35x1 St. Wall, 35x4 SI. Wall, 61. Wall, JI7.32 526.62 Up lo Up to 520.6? St Wall UpMo and up. Diaiuouil Tires, all sizes. Also a I-'iill ol' Accessories- BAALIM MOTOR CO. HAMRY.HpLMAN, MANAGER f .how long TOU bave been afflicted .those pimples and blackheada. Don't you know lhat the periclrat- IflE power of Kara-Bilk gives Ibis rare herbal balra certain victorr over persistent akiu arTccllona. The case of Mr. A. U. Whicker, of Para- disc HID, Saek., proves this. He eays: For luury'eaiq iny (ace was coroKd with pimples and black- heads, and p.lthough 1 used numer- ous salves and blood mcdkincs, nothing could rid Die'of these dls- figurinB ailments unlll I used Zara- -Uuk. a'lhorough treatment thl6 wonderful .balm, however, the-pimples and blackheads bare disappeared, nntl my com- pldilon Is pcrlcclly clear." is also unequalled .for ulcers.abscesscs, bolts, ylles, burns, cuts and scalds. All druggists and stores, or Zam-BuW .Co., Toronto. EOc. box, 3tfor ?1.25. ThC! however, may be Ukcn nli again. laton njiascball-nhjch into tbo'sland. g -..knocked Basket Ball Game Lethbridge vs. Raymond Two Ginncs, rtunior ami Senior THE FIRST GAME WILL START AT EIGHT O'CLOCK SHARP. A DANCE WILL BE THE Q r. TWE E. rlVL'll' AFTEni ISSION i-A-lractor Attached to any Ford in twenty minutes. j Pulls 2 14 in. bottom Gang Plows and all farm machinery; See our demonstrator. Orders will be filled in the or- der received, No order accepted without a Cash Deposit. i IN U1VE DAVS WE 500 'INQUIRIES WRITE OR PHONED FORD GARAGE Distribitfors for Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE ;