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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 23, DAILY IJUHAM) PAGE THUKK: Vi HERALD SECTION 1MF.1 ANDERSON IS NOT FRANKS MAY MEET HAStELL READY TO There will not be any here tytnlne between Joe Anderion, An- derian thi'lecal club yti- Wffiild not'be anX txcept the! lie had tn Seattle, and did not ftil iiimclirilly to will alonfl Ihli'way remain ID be He, bit 'IranipertBtlorT In hit pocket from VlotorJp-Jp .Lethbrldae' and In-hlt latt letter uld he after hii milch with Madden on Thun- day nliht, He hat not yet put In n'appearance, :but the club li hoping'he will make the trip, at thry 'Wrote 'him tame time ago that IF he came to Lcthbrldge he would of a couple of good, Eddie li Juit waiting for M to meet him, an'd at aoon'ai It ia known he Is "eomlnf, will begin to train, then would like nothing better than to me it tt lightweight champion, to come any time the, club the word. One thing It certain, the club will idverllM no .more matches until the partlclpiiiU are on the ground ready to do battle. They mutt'be dtyi'be-' fon .the match In order to.t'lye' the fani a chance to fit a on their condition and'ability, Bttari. no all than..one vinire the fani do not get a fair It will be known very wh'e-' ther Bayley IE golnfl.to and If not, an flfforl IB to be nitde to line up Benny Hatfctfl with Eddlt Frarika. Franks and BUtkfe-MltchiU are- entertaining the .Or- phoum tonight and-tpmerrow with of fait fitilc and are making a artai hit. Franhc would be the drawing card. of the year If EOTTH' p'Ufl 'tguld tit found who would rir.j with him for tan rotfndi. clltfoii toplgnl, Co. Irophy.'. The draws for. Wife Nbw Billy Sunday Started ,0x11 Once To Be a Preacher SuolianX'. Jan. Filz- former! chain- plon-'pUKinit'of world', la'strongly teuiplefTto become ari'eTarigellfil, As nipnB, to rneel-" fn.i week'after'kn estrangement of 20 jiaoiHhB, reconclle'd tiioir 'differ- ences dcclde'd'to take iwork .logether.. The ex-champion's a former a has la welfare-and res- cue some tlme.-FKzslniinans who. for a gagCTJienL'ivhlcIi has 13 weeks.to run -exhibited a 'alack of letters.; froai friends urging, hlra .to become writers that FiUaiourionR 'lhe' "kh herb Gort could .uso. to. work Ills and i'.'tfiat he could uiiperculDie stJestep lasclvjousuess and slip the'knockout the .rices of human -To a Spokestnari-Revlew ra former cTTarapIon can -'do, 'It 'add -get with JL 'Mr 'mil t -get me' fore -lie' 'Mr -5e a riiln was a boy I attended three a -Veck." His -frientls, are him thaflliere is Jratnhiff necessary be hcpe 16 iho "as an eya'ngallgt. .liceri toid he miiat giro up his pas life, purchase a bible and learn spec) of scripture before1 h wlil with his lecture "Vflb liii's .lejipfwsed .a .ffllliUKness t 'nrid ge'tjnl ''Iilj'sreat -ci ange i iii'c'hosls j TKO -.tiowing matches wfll'be plai ed.'il the: OomlnCo.n 'Alleys tonlghl Ojie lg five-meii team H: C. thfi thc'Slngle Men-anil the'ibthor Percy indN -.'Uob .Mercer, EiidrH. Jenrilnga. Kvcrynod taUb'vhe'tl.io .wilne8a -'AT THE-.Y. fr> .J7.30: p.m., Intermedia! clkss and swim; 8.30 p.m Senior' Ilfcnkelbftll "practice and Lalh k. 15 p.m., SiiecIal'Junfo CURLING A- start will be made in.a co'tp; re: Milling tonljht DAVIO L. FUUTZ Prr-Eldent of Ihn Baseball Pla'ycr> Fraternity America. Ho threat- ened'a strike ot-baseball players-If the big leagues do not concede to the playera' aeinaiuln. SEAI1L[ 'HAVE BIG LEAD I !E Unless the'Unforeseen Happens They Will Cop Flag in Their Second-Year ahephcrd vs W. L. Freeman. V5 Ouncah Cliaiiey va Peat. Alrd vs'Waies. Nlght'e Reaulti If. Jonnaon-bcat J. .P. Hamilton n .'tile Grand Dr. Marr? eat D. D. Jlc.Vabli-Iisi( (By Joe 3. Bain) Spokane, Jan. Eome oii throws-sand into the' machinery o the SealLle MelroyoKEang and' tliu :fflat inovlns Iculcra, Tele. Mul doon's puck chasers will, soon liu sq far out In-Iroul that (ho other teams roiHiy-L-ompetHloti. to. Johnson, Simpson, Of Lester Patrick's Canaries In Grant! Chal- Thc Seattle up -for by trouncing th (.'nnarles in'.1" relurn. engagement or SeaUle. ice. -Since-then ihe Mets have liail ciea KalJIriffr ".whining1 till Iheir; gaiiies li decisive scores. Qnco, they.slaugn cJ tie Vahcimvef 'Millionaires- i two- times thU Week they.have hand cd V.'feoun Irouticlng.- f '.V1'" Ion" Capable Officia' SpoTianeVnacliey Eana Heard-wlLli re grcl oi the" resignation of Refere I (several games-at tue Arcini and mad a decided hit by the huainessllk method In lyhteli-he conducted th It Is tru'fi "lias inflicted, great number -of penalties..- but iii piayera have come In -fo their full share .anil' 111 ere never ha been n word m" complnlnt from .Ilien -Acllnp Manager E. A, Scott of Lh Portland leain _rtid not make nn around .clrculf :by his nrlviscd protest of'thc'ScaLtle' while Presidunt Franh Pairlck :he oi the hig-raaJorlLy oi th followers of Lhe "game in not gra'ntln Scoti'3 denuiul thai laal Tuesday 5anievbe ylnyed pvir. -Spokane Meets Vancouver Seattle, has a record of'nlne game ah'il five lost and will get s Cleveland President Says There, Is Money To Be Alade In Such a jiie Jan.- Jame3; nuiin, owner of, llio Cleveland Indiana; and t'realdenj' .Weegli'iuan "of the ..Cuba aave joined .lhe for. a- pro- leealonal football lo ptair on major league. parks alter, lhe season Is over. I "I dlscoYcrert. ;1ast there uioiicy 'in Mr, Diin'n. "1'oin'for it'ond'Hlie-D1- baa [at now'l Uiiuk llic new league. i President '.a-iW: .'-'There Is no (lucsLiou hi my mind thai, as a sporting propbaillon- and irorn the flnauclal aide, a.louguc'oE that. kind can.be'i'iiade a go. .Uall clubs a Ve ly- ing idle the greater part.of'ihe year. If we- could -get a -league der.war our. parks. could'btuscfl Iwo or, three mor.ths I think money Tr'ould. roll m. ueen on years' and' Ihhik a. leBguo '.vrlli be formed." Prealdent- not think tbere'is '-inucli chance.', i "IL'.wbuId'be a great.- thing for the club if iirofesalonal [obtball could' ib'ftio a" paying "proppsltlbn- II seems to me It be hard io'get players ;for the 'leartiF.' asr should think good toolball malcrlil would' be "H Is the foulest tiling lu'Lhe, to git players.': Fred Mitchell. ot the Cubs, wlio.has hecn coach of Harvard several years, whole weak of rest before i next 'gtmc against Vancouver Sntii dar'nlglit at.Vancourer.' In the men while Spokane'meets the Millionaire ami-.goes at Portland- To kee jireYent chase Cnnarl -both games. The sea'si Jai nipre.lhan halj complete'd.-.nnri Sp kane.ivin play only three'niore Rgalnqt'thc'leaJere, which-Ji; scheduled to L'e staged-In-Spokane! CanarieiiL Need. Support' la now-that-the Canaries .'nee the financial .'arid'- moral support Snokanc'apprL enthusiasts, more-'tha other lime. .Only onco-t'h Id lha( lhe far m ere would imve'lo rjituli ilie greal.iiart of the wlierc- thai -for paying new taiee, onld be Lhreo or. four limes heavier tcr the war then they have Leeu The Increased oblfgaltot.G at Canada would be culled upon to cc would Lc met largely QDI the Boll, RuU Itifrc would there- re bo need of greater produo on. One 'general aim and purpose ould actuate tho farrneri of Canada llio present Umc, (lie and lhal( i (o aa best cy could In the winning of (lie svar, o hoped Lho of the invention would tend In that dlrcc- in. T. Ilfeiiry 1 a tribute lo e part lhe farmers uuJ (lielr fainlllcK ad alveady taken In Hie interes'.g of p nation, Qtid pofnicd out the i-asi Mjortuhlltcs now' be tore thcrn for stilt eater usefulness.and With lO.OfJO.OOO Rcrcs of arable laud In Al- ena and of hie lolal el supply In the'world, ft uas no tliat tlie fire-steel asset flf Hie rovInto was the bratvtt and ijralu of e, (Jflopte, tltc malertnl out of great elate would be ullt. II. M. B. Evans, president of llic oard of Irade. rfcclareJ that noic.of InduElries ot Albcrti or any iauortaiice, atid.Ju tlie present case the interests of the fanning were coincident with llioso of ;hc war iiicrcaaed, vs-aa behig eiriphaBl'ied as one of (bo ecreU of victory. Weed IE Chairman H. Wood, preeident' of tlie organ- alloi ror the jjast year, was uuanl- ioDsty appointed to of the c-wivcnllon. C, and were nominated. In aildl- (lon to .Mr. JVood, but both witlidrcv In favor ot prpstdent. u-boao srasn of (Jjo alluallouiindwlioaclntluialf! ac- quaJntaiicc wJlli the farmers' spoken ot by Huveral dclcgalea with appreciation. were read from H. H. iJennell, In uis double cnjtaclly ot of nalJonal sorvicfi and secret AT y for the provincial Hod Cross society. Ho thanked the United b- of Alberla for tdo excellent HP llioj' hail madn lo llm rail tor assUlance and rn-npcrallon in the paucity of ambulance- fAclU'.ics for. a remedied before tlic nfglil'was' well advanced, iitid ive- "TJu: Burprtblng Ihlnff tuo Urge number of persons whose. Injuries ul first appeared to bo serious, uwlug ,to tlic fact that they wcro and suffering from a spcclea of shelj shot, but who Inter resypndcd to our first alii attonipli anrf walked falrjy EounJ, arm or heafl (a assist In ihe relief work, "The r'lro was umlcr ctmlrol ubout but Ih6 work of Iho relief force continued until whun lhe volunteers were replaced llio mlll- and Ked LVosa workers." l ami lu ilie work of the Jlerl Cross poclcly through- out Uio year. IJotl) pjcpross- cj npprecialloii nf the altlludo the farmurs' hnd laVon tn ninttciJi, linil Mv. Heinieli hoped lhal In view of still IncreasluK needs overseas, ilie help of tlie country peo- ple (n behalf nt the Hed Crosy work not bo loBHencd but that (.heir art. of Canada approached farming (n tfforlE would rather lie Increased in Shattered Bviildings For Blocks Around Worse Than Iteing at Front rxuidoii; Jan. iio'evi- lehce tKat the cxfiloslon In Ihe ions' plant In cast London Friday light' was than (lie result qf a ire' sucli as that to wltleh any fac- J- Is The cenlMl'polnl _ (He iijthtaval was in he heaVi. of the wording district of n uLuroniL to.wri. At G.K p.m. a series of suddenly transformed lota a fiery furhaee and jreat_ masses of burning liquid and and reJ-bol iron hurled ilfili. In ih'a 'air, Mliijilerl ivilh, the leafoniiig beauts p.nil girders v.ere cries from'lhe ivorkineu.-AiMei ('error of' lliis uulie.iVJO uas Ilie Jn 'wblch the 'c-nllrc qua ricr; was' Crqivds of. relaliyes anh friends I'firuc'il into casl end disirlcl of" Ibose '.Tvillilu atricfeen -section'! ic work of res aeaaon-hnvc the recelpU'of tlie eotnealaP fe At .th cge' was slIJl in 'progr, inued "burning, .reflecting a luri fJare over all London, All'availabl ambulances wcro: reqiiisHioned the'J-ondpn police .ambulances >vcre sent to tho -School liouees ant police ..sLa.Uons wfirc-UBed as tenpor ory hospitals. Th distant and .to ''suction whore, 'fronts', we're reduc ed; id'masses of d the tent' and seriousness of the destruc- tion', mcrea'sed in qnar Ihc.exDlosion centre. Twc to th suffer in'levelled, houses One o the'-lniproviscil'-lipspilals was openc lire'carlns ,of .d .efforts rcatrictlng 'the area of tlcslruclio and .-preventing .the lire suroading lo other nearby Wnrcliousc's and factor- ICF. This .was'largely' successful and comparatively little .damago done lhe Describe! .Disaster A youas armr officer who was Iioiiic OPL leare JoM the; Associated Press correspond eh I tliat: lie had been through heayr righting oil Iho Soiiime front In bul ccthlng hu Ibere c.inic go near sliak- iiiCyrils nerf'j the'.explosion, which occurred al a point, less' than n mile froiii h's homo.. Ho -saitl: "A'Tsreat'flarc hi Ihn shy lighted up and'as" I "dashed inlo lhe ivliole sliT.'wus ablaze and stor eaw tnnny pni-hcile a! V young man who hurried hlg molhcr ml slslcr from Ihclr lionse wlicu the xiitoslon ticgan lo shako it, Eallast.from a point of vantage dcs 'Tilled it. Ihus: ''Through the centre of a, greal Ijire I Epliv P. huge while ball rise i great height and Uien vanish. I saw also ;inoILcn and blazing masses through, llic air lo-grcal dls antes." lu Ihe cejilrc of ihe road a bun dreii yards. from llio point cf sion slood a JO-lon .toiler wlitcli had liflcd over a whole lilock off lOUata. "'Aiiolher uieco of uvdcliluery was found a lialf-milc away. 'There were' wounded who had been dug out oi Hie. dehris. while olheis; were louml seriously Injured lying iindGi- 'cover; and helpless In slrcels, ami _-. oven jilaccs. Fliinies lhe Uiif uing ..uulldlngs, wliicli grew UfighVer as lime went'on gave Llio pal] of smoky, "fb'g ,iiml "dusf. There was Tlit Peps, way of trcatlaf cuuglis, and fun? und throat troubles. How? up lo now people wKli fliese elicit and throat (roubles have sw.it- losvcd mixtures, sickly and Ific like, Into Iheir ttomacftt. Sore lunys and throat Ktt nn by Joilnp tlic ucli. Peps work differently. Peps are tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when put Inlo the moulli lurn into healing These nre down direct to lhe throit and bronchial tubes not swallowed down to (he stomach, which is not ailing. Try a 50c. box of Peps for your tglrf, your coufrli, broncltltls or asthma All drutfglsls and store; or Pcpj Toronto, supply 1'ork, Jan. tho flrul camera were btginuhiB to enter for llic afternoon performance of the roinc loday one of them, alter tak- seat in (he orchestra, drew a revolver iind shot himself