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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FIWRUAIVY 20, 1017 THE LRTunnrooE DAILY HERALD SECTION 't 'r AT THE f30 llegular Junior _ gynin.attluui elaaa and BkouEon I (0-ttiQ Herald) N. i th'o'unanlmoua choice of McLapd'H Crew Takes Grand Shepherd's Quartet AVins Malo-Mahon Mug nnd the Grand Aggregate As Cup Goes lo The Hal. .nlorniodlatc -'gymnasium and swimming Tueeday, ball practice. a to tin 'Feb. The weand Unriuil bontplel came to a finiili.'lMi morning with the mil- Ihit'dl the "mugs" leavf towfTfpr' mother 'ycir. rlnh'i wnrt'sucetiBful In ctrrylno. the Grand Challenge and the cupi. A rink fay Ndrrle McLecJ Won Qrand tf 'Mtd'lelne Hat 'In a very close fli'me, "and 'Shepherd won the Malo-Mahon .cup from ;Ewlng's rink vihtch 'was sklpfir.d ay D. R. Wllllnnii. The 'Hit rink skipped by Brby. won the B. W. Wrlgh't gup from Shepherd. Shsp- herd of Lethhrldge won the grand ggngite followed by Bray nd Ewlng wtth accord and third 1 cutlera returned [ack Taylor Breaks Arm Out of Game 6 Months The luo Women's InfltUulo aa Ihefr dele- gate -to tfco forthcoming convention at Calgary. The. selection was mafic? at tho regular. iofiUtule ueelfng Iield Tuesday, 7.30 Regular tbo eec-jnd ward Wednesday, Mrs. Lnrih, president of tho local or- Eimlzatlorj, will also bo a delcgala at tho convention. Tlio women of Hoy- niond am alert to all tlio movements n tbo provlnco and are anitouft to afrtlJalp any CDUEC JauueheU lo womotc Iho- Intcreato aoil atplra- [lonB of their sei. In Alberta. Tlic local Instltule ate, studying Hie Can- adian system of government, and aru going thoroughly Into the political Issues, r ,L At llic inecllnX'iiBt weei the jireBl- ilont onlllncd various Ideas lor civic Improvement, fhey will co-opcrato tlio town council lu the cam- paign to be inaugurated this bprlne to malic llaymond a, town henulirul. They ivlll also foster a clean-up move. niG'nt'aiid. do much, oiler bnncllclal Sis Hulls Attack .Nine Ships Hut Flee'.When Rrillsli Destroy- ers Appear Smokeyjoe Goes to Indians, Fans Ihroitghout the Eo-iH] country will rograt (o lieRr'lljal Jack" Taylor, husky e.tcop of is out ol, tho mat game for Hie next six In a recent inatcli down 1n Indiana, Taylor trokc lilt Ills doctor JIBE ordered him (o suspend opera- for months at Icael. The very bctt care ntustl Ija taken of the injured H'JDg In Lh'ev bieanllme or Jack's wre.itliug days will over. Those who have seen during pnst year Bay ho Is'won- derfully n'ql, only in Us. ftpeed and elyle, aUo In build. Some Idea of hla pliyslcal rtevelop service.. Laat ecason hlhd LliiB year. I tome Saturday particularly nu-nl may be gained when It 13 known aaacd with. tHo great hospitality when bo vialls a gent's.-clothing i ,_rde4 Tnber people and iomportuni noir they have to trol out I with tbe'.irood had at the In 19-Inch collar to accommodate him. btmBpleU Naturally, tbey were also Ills development all through .13 on pleased at being able to carry away i Iho EQIEC scale. oC'lhe IropJilcs. Ths a qib oMUc best they ha I for soiaB yanrs, d attended When Ills am Is ticLLer anil he I back.ln match with Joe StecLer. he IB goiiii; after a I If Six-Footers Can Do It .Cleveland Should Cop Flag Cleveiaiiil. Fell.'- Indians ol I 1911 will include ten ali-fnotcrs, vrtth Eercn.mcn 5 feet 11 Inches lall or bet- ter. Clark Dlckcraon, from DottiaivAlri., and Clilc-Uamlll lop the- lielirj S feet 2. Allen I J Sluacailnc Ike I'tlibriesi, bonnllng'oiib-'B fe'ct G Inches. --There-13 not :a ,200-iiouhiler'Jn Ihe iiqiiailiiGuiilHj.'iSaj teln? Hie. heaviest. comes. licit, Wilh 187. ,wlille Morion, Klepfer arVJ' Chapmou ;are close up. T Seventeen and two provinces combine to provide blrttiplacea for the ilsWn! -Feniisylv.iiiis Icails with Turner, CoveleRkle, O'Ncll. Sillier anil Cdumbe. Foil arid Wanlbasahsa'are OJlloaris. Rolh boast tnot Illinois their nitivo while Kansas turned out I.ambclli" and Blllriie'. Trls Speak- anil nlckcrson.are soris ot Teiai. (he others were born: I Boelillng .In Vlr- In Iowa; Morton In Ala- Smith in Tennessee; Petty-In I Chapman in Kfans'ln Ganilil in-Min- nesola; OuUto in California; ICava- New. Jcrscyi-AIIison in Mlclil- KJn. Grnney aiiJ.DalT are the foreign born Indians; Graney hailinfe from On- tarlo.Vnlle-Daly ..was born In Xosr INDIAN MAINSTAY' Instltuto N'cw York, Feb. 21. A special des- polcli lo the Herald Trom HuenoB yres "Dc'.allR ol a naval encounter off Tarragana, SDoln, on 3unday, between armed mcrclionl vessels and subjnRr- nea, has ueeu fully confirmed, iug to R dcapntch lo.the- frcnzn from llarcetonfl, _-.p. one very excellent civic roform trom refuge by an encircling when Ilicy IriRtaUciL Iho public drink- movoment of the GcrraanB. With et- I'ng roLinlndi; and It their present ]iro- ca-pc mado I The engaBcmcnl beean at 8 o'clock In Iho morning, test, than eight mtlei from the coajt, between etx or. seven submarines and nine merchantTnen, mostly flying ot the allied VB- liong. The fight was so-near Tarra- enna (bat tho rceldenlB Ihcro observed It from the houbolopu lltTough blivocu lars, Ibe subniarlntB (Irel began firing tho vessels attempt- ed to approach (he land, bul woro cut Filax Credited Saved Lives of 51 French" Soldiers on Somnie TODAY'S Sport Summary Feb'. -'26.-r Outfielder the last "hold-' the New York National League signed 'a -1917 contract. Thomas Seaion, pitch- cr, the'Chicago Na- tio'nJal League team at Pasadena, Cal., for theM917 ieason- Sher- wcod Magee, oulRfflder, and Fred -have .signed Bos- ton Leagus, contracts for t917 '.at aaljries reduced ma- ierfally frb'm the price given them last year. ,A '.temporary. organiMtion has been effected at; Richmond, Ind., to .take over'thc Central League franchise the Terre Haute -club.-' ..TO GO TO SWEDEN -The-national .council of the United, Football, associa- tion, 'at a meeting at Providehce, R. voted permission to the'Mis- aourr. Stats .Football Association to fiend a team fo Sweden In May to lake-part in the international matches there. TO STAND -r BY.GERMAN Denid via Paris, Feb. The of Mimic Hfce Hid rrtnlifurter Xellunp, dcs thai Austria Hungary reaffirm 1 determination lo alanil by -German Jind go; through wflh Ilio the command- era Of the merchfljjt ships began Jlr- tteh- light guns. At least six hundred shots were flrad on both sldee. "The SwctliBb sloamer Sliogland was the ftrit vessel sunk by tbo Bubmar- Jnes ihe'n sank tho Giuseppe, The submarines then centered theii' attECk ou lha Brltiali steamship Jauctn "The latter probably would hare been wore ted In Ibe unequal bat- tle but for lhol appearance of five or Blx British 'dOBiroyers toirftrd the sceno at full syeed. The subuiar- lues fired about twenty Eliote at the destroyers before they .''submerged In the mJdEi of a fiisfladc from tbo lal- tar's (Ire guns. One submarlno was said lo havo been sunk. All (be mercliQnl ships in aOdillon to the two New York, Kebi 25. With the oiien- gunk were more or lets ing yesterday ot the flrLy-tivsL annual proceeded to Marseilles oml Gibraltar duj; of" the .Wefifminslcr Keniwl under the protection or the deslroy. club nL iladisori, Garden, il crs." esljmated "lltflt1 Ihere wore closef to of thoroueliLreda1 on (lie Not one of I'ue dogs lliat ,'ivas 'shbivn..- was valued at less" than ?100 many hcm were rated ivell un In the sands. Some til I'nc exhibits were Irom Canada.' ,J..'J Probably Uio most highly eatiiiialed dog-In a financial way was Matford Nevr York, Feb. Joe Wood, who Vic, the wlpe-hajrc'dj terrier, which because- oE the I'osloii American club, last year, was sold to. the Cleve- land American lea'suc olnb by Boston foclay for. GURLIN'G for years jir-succession lias judge a the breeds at tbc ue ribbon oE-llie fccnmM world this epuulrcWp'jVjs (loubtful if her i-ncr, Mrs. Hoy ..A. ilalaoy, would irt with her for 55.000. Of- the animals', on "View, none N'OTV.that.the knights of the besom have got "the bonspiel (ever worked out, an effort will be'made to run off he nnal3.tif the Ellison Milling, Brew- ery, (Jrand Challenge, and Uie ae inals and final of the Consolation. The games for tomorrow night T Dr. W- If. Marra vs. R. Knirtey; Aird vs A. Simpson, Coasola- :lon. K. D. Johnson YS Hal Morgan, Grand It. is understood Ilial Tabor send up n rink tomorrow' night" to compete for the Cadillac TRIS SPEAKER br the Cleveland iitlicins, wlib will ,'bavc plenty ot b'cliiria him" ix-foofera are included in." the -1517 mllau tcani. ._ Willard Talks Big Chicago', Feb. SG. is vlllirg to meet Frcd-Pultpn, the Mln- icarolis aspirant, In n. no decision chmnpionship battle, for the hcavy- voiglil crown lib gets seven-eighths of Hie earlli nncl the first mortgage ori the 'moon. Thiit'llic lighters aii'ci'tbelf ircrc clIsciissUiB a Ttic largest crowd IliaL ever DI! n Ixisketball: game Jn evidence last ilic locals arid Raymond clasbetl, in Ihcii Eecpnd cncoHiitcr! Not only was-t'ln crowd there, but-Iho noise they.'maili iluring thnt last exciting ten miimtci can stilt, be licnrtl cclioing anil-re ami the gyrnnaslum wnlls. Who say'n [.ellibridge lias not go Ihe I'nsketnall bug now, cb, what When over 500 people witness a pirn and nnolhcr fitly or a Iiumlvotl ".nr.1 awaj- on accoitnl of indullic seating there must be'some thins real doing. t The pconleYflre n little doublfu led on .-Saturday,, wwp'1 lun} cvtr Wo were ( much aflcr lwclvc ints Jio freighter llficlipaler were the closed door. I think we.want to give United States vessels to United', them lit for tat In Iho future. It used Stoles for diplomatic to be said thst unfon leader lationj wilh Germany j believed a policy ofvthat idnsl. 'cannot ?ay that today. Australia is s ALLIED DAZAAR GETS HUGE SUM prelected and (W standard New Feb. of living there la Iho b I sliest in the mtnt was made here today by the world. larriff fctofni or pra- nallonTil allied relief committee tbat (ho-lowering inorfl than was earned by Its of Ihc standard of life." national nllted bazJnr-In Hostou lait Jhe Bulldogs "Are Comlngl AUCTION IMPLEMENS Oij TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. M 8. at Crystal miles North Eost of 12 head of mares and gttdlngs, 4 So 12-year'a old, weight upVo 1500 Ibs. 6 or marc head good milch stock. 1 good faulf, coming lwt> years, A' Full 'Line 'of All in Good' _. 2'wagons; 2 hay racks; 3 buggies; Vdemocral; .1 3 sets double harness; ifngle .harness; 20 10 geca-; 5 ducks; 30 ih'a'rpughb red' White flock Hens' and 1, 3arn horj'c bailer; a quantity -of furiiitiire, a cook stove and a number of other LUNCH PREMISES.- SCHIMEK BROS., Props. _] "PETE LAFALLE, jAufilloneer The BuUrfOflB Are The ;