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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD GIBBONS VcFARLANO BOUT SIGNING UP MAJOR LEAGI PLAYERS DESPITE PREDIC- TIONS THEY WON'T MAKE GOOD match today was set (or The men u-.eet In Vork. ir. ami will itt 'or W l'er ceEl' CURLING 1.-K1DAY..MNUAKY23. 1'JM MlGLEl T, ill Ion the the eiiiierU Exceptionally brilliant Address ln Ll lt at Convention by John Z. While, of Chicago i Piouourjced BS the eo'jndcsl thluk- Audited Financial Stalemenl Which Reveal Business Side Aiuwta. John z. wwib ot iii i l held the rapt attention of lainurs 01 AsSOClatlOn Wotk last night with oua of th; mott schol- i him a and able addresses ever u M0, J.B 'ej ou a' l-ethbrldiw platfonn. (or would bo IIILI-JC L'-- Tiie'follotiing is Ihe audlled hours, provoking a and V'a1ui, bud. ll clal etalement of V. M. C. A. for discussion on llw tinsle tost of ilvlun U- yu [lie tauJ. and us tlio land l-i bro-.istit Into use. tho be the rcnl. of uucK'cupit'd. iiicrcsscs Ihi! for tl'.i- use that land, and Ii no burden on oivuer ts it the value i'f ihi- lanJ. Appliti to the Farmer as to how tbis would tiie Mr. V.'hiie him lo iLL REGULARS HAVE SIGNED EXCEPTING COOMBS. THOMAS AND MURPHY nanaser o! Iho Mblr-tlcf. LutLOuneed laJiy Ihe jf Ihe vlayers Ibat racts for tl'.e corains baseball sea- ion. tho list all the ilih '.he e.vcepiion of I'ilehprs iud Plan'i, Catcher Thon'.as and Cap- Dan llurrhy Is away .i'.i a huotlng trio and Ibe oiher un I ilzned men will send in llielr cc-u-i lra3Jakcr. Van Deveer. Bohan and Graves jir.d tKo young catchers f'gned up arc 'OlcAvoy and Slurris. I The outneWers. besides E. MurpSy and OWring include Daley, .Thompson and BricMey. Uie latter' a .trpthcr of'll'arvart's football caiitaia. i the calendar year just closed. It jbe noteiJ that interest eats up a lotj Allitl the most a uias- and building as ksi yesr j Furnllure i lu-r of the situation In Ihal.lic had control ot his s'jbjevl. 10 BUSU.Ute vwuliMi ho in a inou delightful an.l PRESIDENT JAMES A. GILMORE Of the j mac in basvtJll tcdiy. Mr.' Gilrjore i; building uo an organiza- tion In opposition to tbe National 1 MEDICINE HAT HOCKEY I TEAM LEADS DISTRICT j ij Defeated Redlliffe by I Mnt LOCAL COMPETITION ray sbootera1 lucky numbers were much iu c'videara in ite first series of saies it" tlie curling rlak last Chicago. Jan. latives of orR tiie early-'deni------- Its management continued collemns i Major league ball players today, three yitchers as well as com-, pleting its ijuartet ot .umpires. The pilchers Eisner are: HUFsell Ford ot the Mew Yorfc Am- ericans, -n-ho wttl bo with Ihe Chlcajo Howard CamnlU. of- the 10.630.S5 I S.OOM9 igiil ill ihe games of tl Dormitory rents due Cash at bank u Ter book Cash ia hand Philadelphia Nationals, who go either to Indianapolis or Plltsburg and Ed- gar the Detroit' pitcher. who was signed by Mordecal Drown, man- j Last Not Lost Game Yet Jan. serred 1'rcs. J. A. Gjlmore 1 nb- ihu Tetjeral league today, when he read the assertion o.' Pres. Murphy of tiie Cubs. that.the t'eilerals are as scod dead. 'Ti-.e lelling'of'a conlrcct for a gacfistanJ at Indianapolis Medicine Hal, Alia, Jen. a i-cisn't look lite Ihe action 'of 'a uow have CO ,tockey game last aigbt, Medicine Hat Corpi5, Qoe3 it: 'defeated 11 to 4. and now '.federal Isa.Eue clubs heads the district by a safe margin, jihey have three victories to their credit' and no losses, Iteddlffe has a i fast team, hut are lacking in conbin- iGROUND BROKEN FOR PARK 1 Bairnr-orc, Md., -Tan. Mayor t .la'rr.ts'H. Preston today brose ground .i for the ball part of the Baltimore Fed. cral league club at Twentv-i.iuti street! near York road. ..11 ..13 ..11 ..12 .'.13 S Clark McNabb ScoU McCulloch Siepherd Sielth ning of Steve Ccsadc, bank ise.s: convincing manner. He declared that direct the-'single lax were the only methods whereby Ihe common people might resist the tyrauy of oppression, anil freo themselves of the thousand-and one wrongs to which thry are lieiuB subjected by the interests. Ho urged, tho breaking away of tiie people the ways of their fathers in .lie mat- ter of legislation, they wen- not BO that Ihey knew everything- Wo not followed their ways in other j respects. The adoption of the fun- idamenlal principles of these measures would lead to quicker, fuller and more complete freedom from oppression BURNS WOULD COME BACK Tommy Burns is one of our great-. ij est little. joSers. Having failed to s find a meal ticket in one Art Peliey, t who.saw all tie stars in the.constella- I tlon'wnec. Gunboat Smith liit'hini on the jjyr, the genial Mr. P.russo states I (for frahlicatloa) that, ho will corr.e fcaclr 'himself. Tho sacrificial lamb rejoices in'the moniker of "Battiins" tat'his record Is a dark se- cret. 7 The come-back date Is January .Sib major league players under contrac and a dozen more are ready to sisr The Chicago club will announce the] signing of i two real slars -within -a day or Catcher Killcrer of the Phillies expected to arrive at Federal head- quarters toilay and eeltlo the. arzu- ment as to what camp he is in. Pres. VVeesbam.declared today that ha has' Klllefer's signed contract but word from. Kalau-.azco indicated .thai Ixiilefer was sill! dickering with bi? former bosses. ReU -Tonight's llavidscn vs. Simpson. Held vs. Stewart. Nelson Hamilton. Peat vs. Alrd, No- 2. 9 p.m. Wales vs. franklin vs. Freeman. Johnson vs. Clark. ClarX Xu. 2 tskip'd bj vs Scott. Saturday p.m. Aird vs. Marrs. UoblnEOn vs, Da', idsoo'.- 9 p.m.' Siacey vs. Macleod. McCuloch vs. Scott. T-so sheets open for scratch games. leasm u the si----------- tho former National-leagues, who j with the Three 1 league- last ytir; 7 Jlonle Cross, tiie fomerislar indeld- c i er, and G. C. Bush, once a big league 9 umpire, President Gllmore's slaff eludes fo-ir veteran arbitrators, an Brennan having signed yesterday. Liabilities Canadian UsnV of merce own note discount 1- j anu n to live on .Uie land than Sundry uredltori including l auy that had been devlseJ. Their would mean a reduced cost of living. In fact, the speaker tho'rcsponslbillly lor this condition at tho door of 'taxation ot producls, and "dei-ivasc Ills tost of iivliiK it wo'jld remove the tax on a'.l that lie It 'would amount tn (lie same as llio abolition ot the ur- iff, in that il would increase the num- ber of courmwrs usSru; Us producls. ami provido a jwrcc uf reic-nue in lieu ot lliat supplied by a laritt. Muildlni; in Houston. wheri- tiie slcslo lax Is Iu force, iiu-rcaswl per cent, as a direct reirfl, Increaslns ihe number of consumers. Mr. While attributed the apparent failure of Vancouver to rally under he single tav to ibe fact that it cot br.on ranied far cnoush lo juil a ilori to speculallon in land values. Mr approved of free lrui> nud was viJcly cheered by the rrs. Prrliueiit questions evory plUMi of Ibcse Imi'orlant Issues were h'.mfd at the speaker unremiltcntly, nnd It chequeB current Capltnl account, As last year Add' donations received and a was very apparent thai Ibe lurists of Albcrla will con'.e l') ilemand slnslc tas. promised during year 5.22C.OO Less; for year ended as per income and ci pen fli- t-are account declared lhat the sinsle tax forever stop tlsat cry. Direct Legislation HAD A SPELLING MATCH Milwaukee-. WIs., Jan. Joe Rivers is a slight favorite In .the betting' over 'Ad.' in their ten-round; no-decision' boxing contest here tonight, Milwaukee fight fans are taking all the money Ihey can Eet on Ad. Wolgast has always been an idol with local, tipople. and bis recent come-back bouts with Kelson, Expenditure- Salaries Office supplies Postage telephone Advertising Dormitory. Membership.' i In dealius with direct legislation j Mr. White went fully 'nto ils princi- pies. Accordiug lo his idea it was carrying into the administration A public MM if "ft '-1'- responsible to his employer the people, irllhout direct iepslalion anfl all its attributes, the .5o.949.SO aud recall. The tion to betray the trust, ii 2lM.9liEaia' Part a, iholder, was stronger than human wlllj rcoiiation wa.1 17'75 i could resist. must ?el Ihe liJ- lance of power Inlo our hauls. Altu. Jan. meel- ing of tho Literary soclciy on Friday. I January was a, decided surccss. was played until 10 m. at which hour tbe literary part of tl-.i- iiroEnm commenced. len-mlcule talk was Blvon by Mr. Hush Ml-Dau- itls "Sel'Mniportauco" nno wus well --orth hearing. Then a speecli given by Mr. 11. VSisign In whleh ho proved litniself- an orator of thi! first class. After this it duet wcs sung bv Mr. and Mrs. V. U. Coleman. which called forth an encoro from a ipjrcflatlvo audience. Tlicn a he. "before we can .cipect i.. i, i the nest weekly meeting on In- January I3rd, an excellent cram will rendered Including a ilt- halo on "Woman Suffrago" captained In- professor Slcvensou on. Iho af- firmalive, and Mr. J. H. Carson on the negative Professor Stevenson's as- sociates bc-lnB Mrs. Hulchlnsr.r, and Mlsa Apncs I'ifer, nnd Mr. Carson's being Wm. nin and Arlbur K. Hulcl.inson. Evcryhoily welcome every Friday evening, rain or shine. JOHN KLING FREE Cincinnati., Jan. lien-man, president ot the Cincinnati llasOiall club, announced today that John Kllnf, t'uo calcliur was wilh Iho local team last season, liail been inicondllioaal release. Kllnx ml an agreement with the Cincinnati lub that I'.o wns to lie releasol out- right if he 'o" r.cver believed there lltraM, but he ha? nev-' a man, you II have to coniej ft a haschall same. It is Mice pianinblo niter reading much (iiffS to him to hear about, ho Ins to say to the of .th 3 hone riiiK. ar.d hunts, ami and paper. The man has tittn worting Ir, lie Tt.nirie mirfit as upll bo Ihe Itccky Mountains and will spend vritscn lor all can un-Jiis winter.-in tlir. confces of nar- Tho Fair Camp show so Boy -iJAH other income It I fei'n Ihe world nothing more than the ihn and the producls ol lihoir labor. C.1M.15 am] securities arc rot property, hence 233.M I 110i taxable. They cannot be found by the collector, nnd hero Mr. While suggested that up-to-date burglar would make the most cmciont lax col- lector. It Is r.ot (air to tax Ihe rich and not tax tho pocr. Some have he- como rich through thrift and saving, therefore it would not bo right to tax drift, as tho poor would eventually >ay for It. Wo must tax either tho and or tho product of labor. If wo ax Iho product of labor, or industry, wo levy an incrcate on Hie cost ot jroduclion, thus Increasing Ihe cosi if living. The single (axjnvolves tho taxation of land values 'or land use- fulness, and In Mr. Mille's opinion mused land Is iifcloss. The caster it is to hold land vacant, the moro will hs> so held. Tho lower Iho lot J05.SO 153.45 325.32 6S8.57 S69.20 15.25 m.s; Balance behj losb on opera tion i........... Protect Your Gun UseS-in-Oneoil Whclhcr rifle, shot pin, revolver, old or new, always oil it willi 3-in-One. This a uSe good gun oil that 17 leading fiiearm manu- facturers recommend tad pack wilh cvey gun Alt old Uricii. Thcyll Icll you 3-is-Oi.e tt'.ti tvuy ailion 3-in-Ono Prevent! Ruit on ieiide end o-l. cvnyllnr.g btijlit. retidue of powdn. ind poliAci Ihe ilock, loo. ReannUa, J-ra-Oie By cap'.lal account being nnt OM lof Uie year ended ;