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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTIHimiDGE DAILY HRALD ll'ion'ie' and Home (iames With Cranlirook Resulted In Fernie Copping ;1Th'o' Ico Is now In excellent condi- Itloii anil the'local club Is keeping tlio Ifiainc1 roaring'ivhllo Ihc roaring Is good; JAbK ELLISON, the Cardslon mat Jlchind Toledo Record Ch cngo Leads 12-1 Tcitina i Unifies Feh. 28. Issuci tho official count of tho minjhcr clubs entertained In tlio sovonteeil annual tournament of tho Amc'rlc Howling Congress, which opens he March 3. The figurss-show that 1 five-man teams will compelo Hi yenr, llic list falling Ijchtnd Toieil recoril by 41 loams, but showing heavier entry from outside cities, a now record hcini; cstabliiiliod In respect. nrlisl, who Is pining for a maleh with uy Sansonl. ncrjln, (By wireless to von llclliinanil iollwee'e address lo the KeltllB OElponcJ from lafl week, was dcllv red' today. Tlio 'chancellor t-ald: "While our: soliilors on tho fron land In tlic drumfire of Ihe trcnclie anil our submarines, defying deall listen Ihrousli.Uio seas, white wc lomu have no no bul lo produce cannon, ammunition anil food anil to distribute victuals '4'itli justice; in tlio midst of tills struggle fur'llfo and for tlic fu- ture ol our empire, Intensified to tlio there Is .only 0113 necessity of tho day which dominates all lions ol' liollcy both foreign anil do- fight anil Ruin victory." The chancellor'uolnicd out Iliat the German In the llclclistag'E T 0.0 K E COLLARS TOOKEBROS. LIMITED MQNTIUiAl, last veto granting new credits Gr.ind Itaplds entered White is WouhdeH at Front jidmoiilonl Feb.' was re. Iceivcd'.ln the city 'Monday thai. W. F. running a zaml second, wllh 124 qlllnleis, the greatest list -that ever entered a howling meet from any town except llic one holding thu meet. Detroit also showed well, with 75 teams. Other leading entries aro: Milwaukee 93; Cleveland 30; Toledo Vi: I.oujsvillc 10; Pcoria 13; Indian- apolis 17; Gini.-iiJii.iii II; Fort Wayne 11; St. f.ouls 10; I'illsburg.11 South Uonil 15 nuil Columbus 12. nufTalo will have 5 teams; James, town, 3; Toronto 3, being the only Canadian clubs c'ntcrcil this anil the New Havens will have liolr. former champions. A lone in- demonstrated to Iho, whole wnrld Its were ready for peace "To terminate the wnr by a lasting peace whlchv will eraut us rcliarallol for.all wrongs Calcary, de lalla concerning the working o! til Non-Parlizan leasue in South Dakol wore- brought to.'Cnlssiry by Aid, G. nilttic. Aid. forme' vias t. rcslili-ni for many years South Dakota, visited friends a relatives there, and found that roue of tlio talk IB about llio doings of It Xon-1'arllzan'lcagiic wlilcli.-nt tho la; 11m rntirD state for all wrongs suiieruii ,mu the: anil future of a sirong election tho entire state BO Is our aim-nothing eminent, from governor, members ijcrmanj uidi. t less and nothing more. "Ono step further than taken by Europe-ail neutrals has Ijccn made- ami Is the United Slates of America. President Wilson, after receiving our note, of January (11, brUEituely broke off relations with us. communication about the in.nl owncrsli y of r -v. ,__ l.ni.r-Ar. ollllllnirc In filCt. COS( dividual from Everett, J While, one 'of -ttic best Ikuown. athletes ainl sport promoters lin western.Caiiida, had been wound- led n. few days' ago in the fighting on west front.' Deacon White, who was niost prominent .in western ,Ca- Ill'adii league baseball and hockey clr- ItlcE, Joined with 'an Edmonton bal- Italiori'-taking of sergeant. arrivlne InEngland he rcverled llo llio rank of.private In order moro lEpccillly 'to ket to the front, where Ihc was hltachcd to an Kdmonton hal- llallon., "He is 'reported as suffering Ifrom 'gunshot, wounds.' multiple, and lis nndergolii'g treatment in No. H gen- leral hospital, France. Ills next ot j Iklu resides in' Chicago: Monlana Grappler HiicK From WRIS Saskatchewan Reiiriy To Do Battle Guy Sansoni, Montana-wrestler, Is hack froni Prussia, Sask. .He is .vliltlng friends in Plnchtr Creek and Irylng lo hook up a match with Jack Ellison of Card- Eton. The. match will probably be held In Cardslon. A Raymond party called on the Sporting Editor on .Tuesday, ask- Mng- Sansom's whereabouts. Hf can" gel into touch .with his man- immediately .over long distance al PEhcher Creek. holds authentic c ;ons houses of tlio legislature, Lo Iho very last slate official. Straight Socialism "While the league calls Itself No said Mr. Rulfle, "In pra lice it Is straight Socialism. Th liave planned n program of gove .Sport Sumihary lArinoVncemenf of His Defeat of Culler {Surprise to Thought'Him Sick 'A cog slipped somewhere. On Mqu- Iflay this page announced'that Jack Taylor liad broken' arm ami Ivnnild be oiil of Ili'o wrestling guma j for six months. 'On Tuesday the the Information that jack had disposed of-his ancient op- poncnt, Culler, falls, In 40 snd 5 miniitl-E. the previous evening. I What's'llic answer? Did Jack llo il livilh one must he improv- ling. The only explanation is Iliat lour informant' didn't tell us when l.fnck broke Ifis wlnffr It must have I been sis .raonlbs he must Inon- be hack in Ihc ring. At any rate he mi'ist be greally Improved, for Cutler gavo him a couple of the hard- iest matches of hir-carecr in Spokane llast winter. Probably, wo. can. learn IB little imrfe about It later. THE SOUARED CIRCLE Chicago; Feb. Dillon, Indianapolis, light heavyweight, outfought.'Al McCoy of Brooklyn, middleweight champion, In seven of a 10-round bout at New York. "Battling" LevlnsVy, York heavyweight, decisively .'defeated Bill Miske, ol St. Paul, In ten rounds al St. Paul. IN The first'sqund'of .Philadelphia eight 'pitchers and two catchers, Itft today, for Flori- da for spring Contracts were signed by -.the. following players: Forrest' Cady, catcher, with the .Boston Americans; Sam Jonss, Boston Americans; Har'ry Coveleskie, pitcher, with Ihe Ameri- cans: Ivy Wingo, catcher, with the Cincinnati Nationals. he record for distance travelled. Three clubs are entered from Denver. Tile tournament will last 24 days, WOLVES STOP A SKIRMISH ,wolf hunt in which lioth and German soldiers Joined, Is described in correspondence from the Polish front: .Parties of ItilK Rian and German scouls met rccenlb and were hotly engag'cj in'a skirmish ulien a large pack ot wolves dnshcc on llic scene and attacked Iho wound ed. Hostilities were al once suspend ed and Germans and Russians instiiic lively allacken the pack, killing abon fifty of Ihc wolves. After Iho bun vlbc" soldiers separated, each party re luruing unmolested lo ils own trench- es.. Along some section's of this front hungry wolves have been particularly bold this a; real danger to outposts ot bulh armies; anil repcalcdly the combatants have-hail out hunting parties against the- common enemy. -.While at this sort of work snluing Is suspended bj o sort of tacit agreement among the opposing forces. houses, abattoirs, In fact, ownership everylhhiK possib Nine farmers out of every ten meet belong lo the league, and fl certainly arc upsetting things. lAThey even captured the supre court and district court Benches. Old Judge Kisk, who liad been a member of the state supreme court for twenty years, a fine man and s Just .judge, was beaten by a cowbell, Socialist, who went about the district'attracting crowds to his meetings.by ringing'a 'ell, and win is 70 years old him More Power at Less Cost llolli Scries "18" Studcbakcr 1'OUR and Scries "16" Sludebakcr SIX arc noled (or their great power, an.! especially their great power" in ratio to Ilicir very consumption of gasoline. It has taken Slu'dcbaker four years to improve, re- fine and perfect ihc wonderful Studebakcr motor. Jt lias been solved through Hie experience of cars in the liands of owners. It is only through an evolution like this, Iliat perfection ol power in ratio to fuel cor.-: sunipliou call possibly be developed. 'Jlicrc arc no secret processes; no basic patents; no leaturcs ol design that arc unknown or prohibited by, patents The Engineer can vise what he wishes, but he, can only know how lo use Ihc best features by con- tinually improving, refining and through Ilia experience of a motor in actual service. This is wily Studchakcr can Imthfully claim that lHa 'de'Icn of its motor is unsurpassed in simphcity.Ticces- sibilHy and power. By the refinement of reciprocating parts, vibration has been reduced to an almost unob- minimum. The bearing areas of the motor have been enlarged and increased, giving greater durability, more strength, 'still further insuring smoolli, yibrationless operation Dut you cannot appreciate Ihc splendid POWER o[ (he Studebaker car until you TRY it v RUBY BOB GETS LAMP 'LIT Clonie Tail, tho Edmonton lightweight, 'displayed his .wares to air audience of Loth- v bridgo fans yeslcrdayl .in the ,v Alberta Cafe gym. "Ruby Dob'1 v McPherson went on with him and camu oiit of the mclec with a bunged-nn. eye. Tail imnressed Ihe fans with .his speed and cleverness.' were given for his steps reached'me. ...Tbe former Unit- ed Stales ambassador hero In Flerlin communicated, only In spoken words to Ihe slate secfcthry of the foreign office word' of the breaking off of relations nnd asked' for his passports. This form of breaking oft of relations between great nations living in peace is probably precedent in his "Genllemen, since my last speech th'n military situation has hardly been changed. BvcrytfhorB our fronts arc I "South Dakota has some in its stajo school .fnnd, Ihe BTO- ory- Morally slrenitlieucil by Ibc ceeds of the sale of school laid, scoriau 're asa, 6E. nUf readiness for throughout the stale, which nn< er the pea'e on our land 'fronts safely pro- consiillitlon can be used only for leclcd by the-genius of our supreme army commanders on'our water front victorious and-many.times more pre- inred than a year ago for submarine varfare, we look confidently toward ho comiiiB iiiprithp, -wo hope-will lie.folloTjeu uy the happy crmiuation of Ih'e war- "As said the chancellor, "we'. not .declare, a blockade but established de- [jnitt crv shlpihas'.to ali'ack. escape danger is therefore eeltevident. Hut that does not change iotal success. This success we shall be-able.to ob- tain partly by sinkings, partly by ills- couragiiig neutral shipping, which al re'idy.'lias happened In-" the" widesl sense.' "Tlianks lo (he iricomrarable brav erv of onr siibinarines' are full) willing to await wilh1 fiiiy confidence further, wllich' will be onxlheN increase." in W-H. P., FOUR 50-H. P., 7-I'aiicnEer 'SfX F. 0. Wftlkemltfl -.-.T. .51293 159o The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Stree'l, Opposite Herald. J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbrldge, Albcrla Tho NEW SHIPaUILDING MANAGER HOCKEY- STANDINGS I Seattle I iFurtlanil 1 Spokane P. C. H. A. X-' "a s N. H. A. Half) i.. 0 120 _. li 111 110 .SOI 13 SJ 125 .350 Icjnehcc. Ic.anadtcns C 2 .....3 5 0 .7 Rest of fmlay, Feb. Otlaivas at Cana. Uicns; Wanderers, at Quebec. Saturday, .March al Ol at Wnmlcrcrs. Cal., Feb. Mntlonal l.cague'bascball players got into action today for the first llcie S 114 i7 .GSb jjnce nrrivnl hero last Saturday for spring training. iJespito' the muddy field the regulars nmi recruits indulged In brief hitting and Holding practice both (his morning and this afternoon. Harry AVoltc'r, ivilh the Los Angel team last year, and Eniil'llciisel, soiitlicrn league lo day to Fred !Mitchcll, :Cub manager incrcasins- the of., player bere lo 10. A. 25 .875 20 .576 33 .375 43 '.000 f'f V HOCKEY o c- -f THE LAST'GAME Seattle, Feb. cclrtrnleil Is final appearance.with the Spokane club here tonighl by blanking the orphaned Canaries lo of 7 to 0. Scallle- showed superiority at all winning easily..Scalllellias one more game lo play on Friday night ngaiiist Porlland to complele the season. If they win they take Ihe championship. If Ihcy lose nnd Van- couver wins Iwo games opainsl Spo kanc, Vancouver and Seallie will piny for Ihc honors. THE FEAST OF PURIM Purim. which Ihis year will bji cele- brated Thursday, March Sth, ig, however, on Wednesday .even- ilie 7th. Is one of.the minor holi- days-of tiie Jewish calendar. It com-, ruemorates the deliverance ot the; cws; of Persia from Ihe .power of i lamun the vizier of. King Ahasuer- Unman had cast lots (hence Ihe name "Purim" which means I o determine which month lo be et for the massacre ol all the" Jews n Persia. 5Iorilccai and Ills' niece becoming aware, of Iho plot, succeeded in deposing Hanian and in obtaining royal permission for the Jews to attack and masler .their ene- mies on the Mill 'and 14lh of Adar.; The deliverance of the Jews from the i threat ot annihilation and their vie-! lory over Ilicir enemies have ever; after, been celebrated as Hie Feast of, BODIES OF SNOWSLIDE r; :_.VICTIMS RECOVERED] Ilolse, hut two' idles have Leon recovcVcd tmlay m the wreckage left by the early nday morning snowEiijtnJ al. Ihe rtlil Star mine, near Hrilley, Idaho, icn 15 nien were killed 'and 15-in- redi The funerals will be hold Wcd- sday. TIIE GUABMTEED SHIRT guu ie now'prdposing lo amcnd htatc constihition nest year so'llmC tills money c.nn be uscil lor'llic car- TyiiiB out of Lbc various government owncrsLip iirojccts." Port'Arllmr. Out.. Feb. S. Paige, of tho Tore River Sluphiillil- ing tluinqyl cpmo to Port Arthur :is inaiuger o Arthur coni iwners! THE C. P. R. GIVES YOU TWENTY YEARS TO PAY WILLIE CRUMP Famous jockey been 'add ing more laurels lo his fame in Orleans, lli 'is well known Canadian''clrcnlls. will ba easily relieved by taking a spoonful ol RED DEER TAKES WEISER TROPHY NORTH AGAIN High River, Feb. lied Ucer rinks, skipped by J. Btcpliihson and .1. M. Campbull, were successfu 1 in lifting the Woiscr red letter troph) hcru last evening, winuirg from Ih 'local skips, Hcrt Polle and .1. Ilinil, 1) a decisive- score of 3i !o 19. This TCB the seventh lime High nlvcr dcfcnde tho cnp ngalntit InvJding curlers an their string, of viclliries. o[ six con icculivc wins is a Vficorilvlu the Ho iiliy'sJilstorr. alter each meal. It tortifiea the throat and chest whil it enriches the blood t i help avoid chilis and even pnft monia. Scott's is we worth insisting upon, An immense area of the most fer- tile land in Western Canadaxfor sale al low easy terms ranging from 511 to for farm lands with ample ed lands up to S50. down, balance if you wish wilhin twenty years. In certain areas, land for sale without scUlement conditions. In ir-ioallon dislncts, loan for for farm buildings, etc., up lo also repayable in twenty only G per cent. Here is your- opportunity to in- crease your farm holdings by gett- ing adjolnjn'g land, or to secure your friends as'neighbors. For lit- erature and particulars apply lo Allan General Superln lendcnt of Lands, Department ol Natural 905 First St East, Calgary, Alberta. Local Agents WILSON i SKEITH Sherlock Bldg. Phone'1343 I Lcthbridg lulercst To You. v" sevci-al thousiiiul (lollavs woiih'ol' tii'cs at-Hie old jii'ites on sixes, rang- ing from to 37x5. AVc will, up to -'March :i-iliscoHiit'of .Twenty per cciiT. MAIL'.ORDERS OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. Also iitnil Line of'Accessories BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK l' HARRY HOLMAN, Mar. SHILOH is good for nearly half a century tli.at has.bcen the watchword ..in thQugands.of homes. Shiloh brings tiuick-relicf inflamed cough-racked throat. It cuts the danfeerous phlegm in croup, eases a hard tearing cough and is the great preventalive of moreserious troubles. Shiloh doesn't upset the stomach. It is extremely pleasant to take .and because Small ;dost you will find it, we .think, the most'economical medicine you ever used, j Shiloh cure your next cough. 25c, SOcandSl.QO, at all The 1917 FQRfKSEDAN; Tliis'is'a'liig.'ropitiy'.'c'av xyjlli' plenty '_ :o( costs joss to ritii-tliiui the, '.more1 cxponsiyc'Ciirs1 bcciuisc it is-light- cv, easier lo'Iiamllc' nnd tbc.p is :lcss tlio lives. its rich, comtorlaliie Upholstery anil sumptucua fillings. Ihc Scrturi a illsnificil rap at a moderate jincc one fit 16 grace.any t.el us shpw' you the new model now and took yocr "order to Insure vfonipl FORD GARAGE ;