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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PEniUMHY.27, 1917 -THE LRTimnmGR .DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE HERALD SECTION Bob. Moha is the Original Hard Luck Man of Ring AHUBtEAOER Hasebiilt iVot a'lied of Hosed, He Glvc-CJii, Good Team MK MARCH 2 ON YOUR CALENDARS Auto' havo not yei'-marhed'IKei-iliLo'lu red on Utnfr altouIJ make euro IhatHliey do not forget Prl.day evenlng.'March 2, vhon Club is lo be There Is mu.cn tho proposed organliaUon, pnd (ho BUH- port of every auto owner In the Jjic club proiulsca lo bo' orig of 'the' Ifvcat aasocra- dona In Hie province, Judpe Jachson, Gcq. Ii. McKay and II. T. the com- mfUee In Tlio jnecllng IB u.t S o'clock In Ihe Chinook club, FrliiRy, March 2, Such a J, Jor fmk >licc Bread. MOUA Bob Moha, of Milwaukee, battler a nice ULJ coming. 'When be'went to he" may'be, may never lie'a I champion or 'the 'prize rlntv but he lean give most" trof the oilier lighters [cards aiid-npailes and still lead thetn rhe ny It. comes to misfortune. TJme.and again Moha lias'had lilca I bundles of coin in sight; only to have I tUfim" yanfced nway; through the per? I versencfs.bf fa to before ho.could gel Ihta books-on them. H la I rip liYork, wh'erd match after match' 'was forgotten and he new taok, Imt the old When .be; Brown In Jlujtna the otli'cr "night the housn I totalled "up and Moha he' found Ihut a waukee laivye'r It on a ho-w reodercd In' Moha's he was to have received in the (Iglit in which he foul-l -Mike', Gibbons IE HutJaon, Moha' didn't got a cent uniler a deci- sion of the Wisconsin auiircrae court, loat his aharc .of'tbe eud now liad to kick In with IJ1BO more for ths lawyer. "Moha also i Is out. J125Q "which' he wan to have rccoivcd for Uoxlng Jack. Dillon lu Uuttci 1315. Dillon'got tiia and, but'Molia paid, It surely Isn't all peaches anil cream In Ihli righting game. Geoigo C. Tltcc, one of Chicago's best posted baseball writers, recently printed a yarn to the effect that Char- ley la tlrins'of fi'ia Job as president of the Cubs and would like lo "gel out from No doubt rtlro hae printed the correctly, and when one sto'ps lo consider Wcoghniiin'i) position no otio can blame him (f lie should be golttng weary of that arc foaclod on his shoulders, Unfortunately Cor" lie Inio Uievbascball business In trou- blous tlruca. As a ftilcial leaguer he was_ up against a losing proposition from Iho Jump, and as president of the Cubs'lie round H necegsary to find a manager who would satisfy tlio fans ot Chicago. During the winter, baseball' mag- nates havo had some- very serious problems to thrash out, and, all In njl, U'ccgli inch's experiences liavc been anything but exhilarating. Itico says that WeegJunan would step down and out If hfi couM do so gracefully. BuL a TIC path stems lo be open lo him iG.wfll buckle Into Ills (asks na presi- dent Cuba with an lroti-ljoim'1 (Ictcrinlnhtionjo give Chicago a wiu- JusL Ihc Itind ot BtuFf that b'aseliaU -rayst havo, and .toilav there s not a more likable fellow'in ('lie big ongiips Charley .Weeghman. Tlial he Trill eventually co'me out. to .he goo'd ia the belief of all who knot; no'one who Is acquainted wllh the ins antl outs of the g'amo in Iho lean years could blame him for slop clown anil 'out 1C he saw. a graceful chance. I i Is lu Slil- boxing; com-' inissiott" L. Eav'e lightweight, chant Iplou the-ilmtt-of {mcfBTiment for stall ing' HlcVlo I Slltchell Kere; Welsh received a year's lfryoff.7 announces, I mprcoycr, they ivould'. refuse lo Eanclioii futn'f c' show In which lie Welsh. to "'-ryt in anra'npcar- I apce 'at 'the rioarlng- when ease CURLING Last rilEbl the'Grand Challenge '.was Curling rfiik when Hal Morgair'woTi.frorii-K. Johnson.- In the semi-finals n: Falrlay won Marrs.1 Tauigbt's draws are; J: F: Hamilton va Jack' Wales, Elli- son final. V-Y DrrMajrs vs Brew- ery final. -v. i J. Alrd vs D.' (ton semi-final. ..r'.-.'r Tomorrow aflernbon lli'e Young; anil .Stewart'rinks from Macleod -the. Cadillac. Ladi'es'- Curling V-. .One of the.most'iexciting games b[ th'e; season ,'took place last' night -be- TO-DAY'S Sport Summary PLAYERS TRADED Clilcago, Feb. Owen Wll- rlQht fielder, has been traded by the St, Louli National League team to Ihe St, Paul American Association team for Walter Crulst. TWO ATHLETICS SIGN Joe Buah, pitcher, and Amos Slrunk, outfielder, holdouts, have signed their 1917 contracts the Philadelphia Americans. BRAVES GET COLLEGE STAR Robert "Gill who, pitching for Boston college last season, made an exceptionally good record, has been algned by, the Boston Na- tfonalc. TOLEDO BUY-S PLAYERS Toledo of the' American Asso-, elation purchased Nell Brady, pitcher ,of this. New York Ameri- cans last year with the Columbus Association cud Luther Boons, New York Infielder. WRESTLING Jack Taylor, heavyweight wresl- ler -of won 'In straight falls from Charles Cutler .of Chi- cago, In .forty, minutes rind five minutes. Diamond Dust Tait Is'Here'Looking for'a-Fuss Lid Clamped 'Down Hard' x Clonie is sojourn: ing1 !n our inidstTor a'tow days.- He cams down looking lor a and found (lie lid "on." lie'Is about lined up for "a fuss "wllli' Benny Haskoll, which -wiU proViably take place in Moose'Jaw as'a'season ivlud- un' LliercJ SH'B husky loOairiB boy who .can mRke 133 ringaidc witlidut Irquljle. Fans liavc glvcu.hlm "Ilia once .bvcrihave av hunch-.Hia'ugh; that Hddic in "the 'form of an. affldant''Li'y -rqail, that-Welsh -was Buffering .from au at- tack I a letter to llie cliani- close, Eamc'7 Iplon's he declared emerged: tho vJclbr, by a'score'oi 10 RECORDS i.grlppi SKAflNG.-.RECORO L. world's TC-; Qh Carbcrry. 10 IcpM-ls snld-lo have bore v" -i I last ot.Den: I roller'akalins cridur- lance travelled 281 I S-H ralles.' The H was claim- I ed, was. 2SO done in Paris In lisos; v. fr U HOCKEY RESULTS Vancouver-5, QabliBC "B, .Oltawa AFreeTrilof PytamidPUe Treat-'- isg iOoodOld Jriend. r :'llavc TOO tried Pyrarniai If not. why, -don't- you ?v The 'r'al 'a Juet mall coupon below and ni.iy Others ara Kalalnp 1'yramM Pile Treatment as clr whr not you? Mall coupon or gct'a 606 box from .druggist- Taka no j any BMlisl F1EE SAMPLE COUPON Marshall.- Mich. s Kindly eend mo n. Freo Hamplo cf Pile TmtMBi. In rccanls -were believed to liave .'been lowered at the .Central "Amateur. Atli- letic union charanionship "swlnirning races nl'llio Detroit Athletic club night.. Fred Eforn bf-Uic-'Uctroit Y.M. C.A. 'plunged' in 46 seconds, bcUeri-.ig the, niark made by. D. U; champion, -Sam-Aeaew, catcher for Ida Uoslo Red Box, is traitilng at th Spa. Several other'- members ol Hi tips Con are1'expected repo in a. few: days, although the team lioL sclieduled to'.report until llarc George First Bas ma n'-Sch mid "who niiit tlic Uraveg Tow ,yoare ago, to retur ID -Boston Ibis Schmidt r Kcd io return ?Rubej' wji 'Brooklyn' riest Beasou." Gerieral he has a wair-pC tim of. the year, but whcu'i holdouts b carne common line at holdin out-.-jMaranville, of "the" an Scott.-br the Retl'Sox.-aeek fatter pa eu've'lopes: V If Rnicc slip stop of 'tiicvWestorh'LieaEue; mak good wilh tlip Chicago While Sox lie season, George Weaver-will he.shl eJ to third Cleveland-crlltcs Bay mo mproved -player tea :asL year Was Wambgaiiss. Fo s thinking of keepins; bim at 3ho anil Bliiftlug Oliannian.' elsewhei would never have recclv a real chanct had not'Chapmrm bro his leg., Presideiit Fraze'c; Redr' is aflontlng a. new, get h players in line. Iln t ives of all players-lo "his guests -providing hubby signs Jetic cjub" cllpiicd Lwo-fifihs of-'a, sec- played Ihe Lancashire Section .Marlcbealpr sm-Porl cra Hury.2, Blackpool p. v Kivernool, 4, 'Sonthp'ort .Central 2. JJlackburn Hov- Oldham AQiIotlc 0. North Slockport CounR-, Stoke -V T Bradrord City "5, Hull, -1'' 'J: Cheater 'Town -5 Huddersfield Town.3, >-t Grimsby Town 0, Bradford 2. City 3, Barnsley'p. v j ,1, Birmlnghani. Xolls CpuntV li Shefllcld Wednesday Uotlierliam County ojJJncoln.Citr-3. Sheffield TJniicd 1, .XoLU Forest 4. London .DrcnUorci IjyRll SonlhamTfiton 0, Ancnnl 2. Clapton Orient !3, Urf Totlcnliam Ilotspu'r -i, Cryptal .SKATING RECORD BROKEN' Troy, N. V., Feb. Rog- ers of PoughVecpsie Xvon-the" fiiihual 26-niilc staling'nia'raUiQn nt.Coho'cs today, breaking' all'-'wo'ritl's from tnoi'20111 mile.- Iria time for-26 miles was 1 hq'iir 25vjnliiutcsj22-sec- onds, supplanting tho.Mnarfc estnbl cd by John 6, l31oV Rogers! fist- esl, Uie 24tli; which ha .coy- creel 2'niinuies EX-SPOKANE STAR-fTO MEMPHIS [Mlchcr -Paul Slr'and has hcrm released tional-aErcciiiciit to' the Memphis :club of tbo Souljicrn President Bresnahan of- the -Toledo Arnericah club announced, SlrenV ca'mo Lure last year from tho Boston Nationals.- GRANTED RECOGNITION Keb' 26.-.-Sir1 Robert Dor- dqn" Kas "arranged for Hie -'ayenVa-gcnerala on. -the coroinlssion. Immigration cbm- ed -TN royal ci Palace flr.ice Walker, ot Winnipeg, originally was the only Canadian mem l.ulon Tpun, 27 Queen's Park Hangere bcr, ivhereas'carh slate had-a sepnratr- rnprescnlalivc. Millmill Alhlcllc 2. Northern Union Hull Jlnnslci Batfey i, Hull If fngatoil 0. lIuddcralleM Braniley B..V'' Drichousc 0, HnUfax ,6. 5- Rochdale 12, Oldham 0.- Runtorn 6." 6, Swlnton'7. l St. Helen's -IS, Draught) Warringlon liT Si. S, AT THE ('Y" gyhinasiuni .class and swim. J.15 Mar special Junior jymnnslum Tclaas and swlrn. Of Ih. Sy HtnbicaJ. OWMBRAND CORNllSYRUP Al all trcCTii In 2, 5. 10 ird 30 Loindllni. v Hi7( you cut M'f reelfe ar.4 lra f Jil cl toniy dlihea, easily VMn US [GUccpylaoirHwMreiLOfflcps. T J W C1UOA S7WCH tO. UHIHO V Winnipeg, Feb. jncreaalng roducllou.to .Uie very raaxlmuni west rn Canflcla IhlE year inlglit bp tho icans of (he empire. This IVBJS tho big pofnt brought out y R. H. Dennett, director general of aHonal sorvicc, at tho cdnCercnce to oal with production prdblema whlc! nened In the board room of HIQ era I xcliange lliis morning. Mr. Bennett declared that it wa hEolutcly linuoraiive that the great st crop Bliould bo raised thl. rear. IJ was ft question on which no inly the EUCCCEB of tho war depended iut, tiVen.tlie existence of the cmplr vas at staVe. The mcotlhg 'detided at the conclu Jon at discussion (hdl Die nroLlcn if ERCuriiig suTTlcIcnt farm bclp wa: me which must necessarily uo'lclt It ho yrovlciclal governments, 'tliQ iw loiml service and.the husl ness men's commlLlrjo to vcork nut. WAR LOAN Home, via Paris, Feb. announcement was" made here.; toila; that Ihc subscriptions thus., far rt ceived for the new war loan amounlc lire; pi (his lira' is new money. P. LUND SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES If you arc going- to bnilil, write us., Our agent will call npim you wltli plans, prices, We linvc (he largest mill connections in iU-itish Columbia. Distributing Yards: Macleod, Coaldale and Medicine Hat Headquarters at the LETHBRIDGE LUMBER YARDS Cor. 3rd Are. and 17th SI. Phono LcUibriclgrofAlta. P.O. Box ISO TO BUY SEED GRAIN Winnipeg, Feb. Edward Brcnvu announced Lpday that, he had made provision lo 'loan money (o rural muakfpaHtlec for Uje purposa of liuyiiiE Beod grain lor Ihe new The Bulldcga Are Gaming I Foi1 Sixty Days People Have Admired THE ELGIN 'SIX' r And NOAT They Are Buying. BETTER ORDER IN SO YOU WIUL HAVE YOUR CAR WHEN YOU REQUIRE IT. Rooiu, 305 Oth Street South EARL M. nUY.CK Distributor Prepare This fora B'ad Fine." Cfcttplr. aiid EuLIr tkc Wiik Tbc finest -cough syrup that money' can buy-r-cQstingan.lv aLout one-fifth as much ag ready-made oaaity lie made up at home. way it likes aud conquers llireat and "clipst colda wiu rrally cuke you enLLusiaslic about, it. Any druypiEt' cau Biipyily you with. ormccs of Pinci (50 worth 1'our this into a'.lp-oz. Iwlllc anil fill the botllc ivith pfnin pranulalDd aiiRar iTnip, SliaKc thproualtly and it 13 ready -ior The total- cost is about JJ centj anil pivcs you ,10 ,1 family Q most cfTcclual, Eleasaat failing rcmcJr; "It keeps per- srLlr..-, It s truly natom'slung how quickly it acts, pcticLinliay Lliroimh. every air passage of the throat loosens phleprii.' aoothcs and lieala the inflamed or Ewollua Lhroat' mem- anrt praduaHv bul eurcly. (he" annoytnjr .throat tickle and dreaded coupn a cbnlrucjt at once. Albert' (Ty) Hnriilllbn Canadian-' the League' forftier player, ivho lias Iioen working iii ;L munitions plant-'nt Thtmillon all winter, has for- warded his signed 'contract, to" the Boston Red. Sox. v" If, la reported lha( Die Providence club' has1. Powell lo Cincinnati and that thc'st. Louis Car- tiinais airo Irjing to.jnakc a deal for Plrsl Baseman Ed. Feb. antl raniunAllon. arc available, navy Ihe Atlantic: const for nil United Stales which fnay.'haTC, business In ,the'aubnrarinc are ihoso held In.re- servo Tor. the arming ol naval auxlliar-. lea[ In timc-ot war, but tlir.y-conlrl be ii3_cil-for defensive arraarncnt.for rner- rhanl ships; th.o navy otiicials appear to. agree that convoying 13 not" a prnc- licalslep. It-is pointed out DHljslr-hare'not tound it desirable. Use oC navy ships [or that .purpose would up the (feet organization much more rtinicnlt 'Ihe task or, keeping the service ready for aclual wnr. better food for tfrowing kiddies can be found than wltc .ill disapocar entirely. Nothing for -bratiiiliilisi spasnuxVic croup, lioopinjr couch or bronchial a'sthma. Pjnei i.i n ppcrial ami concen- trated compound of ccniune Norway pine Oiiract, comliincH pirtiacol ini ia known the" world over (or ila prompt effect on the thruat mctnLrancg, Avoid disappointment by.asking jour dnipwist JOT ouncoa of'PJnex" with full directions -eh'd don't acrejit nny- Lhinjr A Euarantei 6[ sLsoliiti; sat- isfaction TIT mpncj promptly refunded poca-with thia nrcparation. -Tte 1'inct Co., Toronto, Oat. Save Your Its Beatily m A Ftvi Tlnel .If you-care-for heavy hair, glistens Vlth.hcauty radiant rfithrlffc; has an incomparable -soft- ness, and Is lustrous, liy Dainiermcr' J v Just one Ooiihlps." tliie heaiily'of Sour i lammed- lately illssolvcs cycry ilan- yoii cannot-have'niccT heavy, hcr-Hlir hair tf yo'J have dandruff: This destructive scurf robs Uie hair ot Us lustre, Us strength and Its very lifr, Bjcl If not it prpduwa a fevcrishncss and Hcliing Ihe scalp; Ihc hair roots and die; then the falls Jf your hair has neglected and is thin, faded, scraggy or too oily, gel a.'25-ccnt bottle of KriqwltoVs DandcTinfr at any ilrug store "or lollcl counter; apply a litllc as anu leu inlnulss after yoirwlll say tlifs was (ho best investment'you ever made. slncofely believe, regardless ftverylhlog dac advcntacd, lhat If you Jeslre soft, lustrous, beautiful liair and lots of itching and no'more falling rrinsv use Knoivlton's'. not This is of Interest To You. We purchased several thousand dollars worth of tires at the old prices on sizes, rang- ing from 32x314 to 37x5, We; will; lip Mavch 1st, give a discount of Twenty per cent. BORDERS HAVE- OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. Also a Full Line of Accessories BAALIM MOTOR CO. 'BACK OF UNION-BANK HARRY.HOLMAN, Mor. (M: f x Eor fall and f model Gou'jiclot is a'snug, conifprtsiblc--'' car in cold weather and it'cmvbo quick- ly converted into an open car for fine dfiys. This car is the one need for all (ho rear rouni) mailer ivhRt the wcalher or roads may be lllio. Tho new design ia dlsllncUre and makes a nice turn-out, rpecwlly desirable for doctors and business men. noiv'model loday and get your order in'al FORD GARAGE ;