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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IR LKTHnniDGR DAILY, HERALD, PAGE THREE [5ERALD SECTTfM -Wll Mnkc Supreme KfTort To Lniii'cls Luat i 'i'cav Uy Spciikcr IN TINS TRAINING CAMPS Detroit, Mich.; Mar.lcCo tor Mnrch be Detroit American IcRgiic tcnmf ?lyneJ .iis 1917 conlmcl. Tuesday. Ho rQcoivoj :i CCQt this inonev. Xow lhat McCoy and Dillon have Navln of Ihe local club, lias declared lie will not firant the increased sal- ary demanded by Vitt. oil that baseball la on llic decline. The .Reasons Why Mr. McCJlll may or niuy not be coi reel about Llic.decline of .baseball. 1 Is a big but he ia right abou llic increased .Interest of the oiic hasclinllfiins In oilier lines of outdoo BriorUiiK activities. Here are ibe rca sons ivJiy: Coif, tennis, inoLoriDg, LransIiooLins h js a aron- why sjior loving American has turned to Ihos sror'ts froci Lasoball. The inodcr young man lahes uy a sport that n to I n lo ca" llo: llc n No is Kor TO-DAYJS Sport Summary by Dlllcii on TnesaayiilEht lakes the' cllcWnF hasn'L boon so imlu LAPP RELEASED. Chicago, Mar. JacK Lapp, the Chicago American League, has been released tc thc- Co'uinbus 'dub of the American Association, Lapp played league ball for eight years. Dev- enport, "la., will hold the Thrcc-l" .league franchise this year, U -is' announced. can Ehow he lias the gootls ihcre little doubt he wJII soon spring favor. Darcy's New Manager York, March I. Los foarey. HIR Australlini boxer, today named Tacfc Kearns of Sail Francisco aa his season under a- full head 'lie hopes lo drive himself from Ayril .uiilil Ocloljer. He' uill Inkc chances on becoming alale; but lias long since, ocen child's play for Ihc Georgian... Cobb .is determined lo KO to thp limit of Ills (o regain ormlhc rohc.'of baseballilom. Ciibs Have Stiff Workout Mar. L.-r-M embers' of Ihe, Chicago National league team do tn B 'their spring training here were given n four-hour workout today at Tournament, park by Fred Mitchell, Cub manager. .The men reported at the grounds UL 11 u. in. dlid did not leave until in. They -were allow- ed an hour's rest for lunch, which was served at Ihc traliiing camp. Hitting' aiul flcltling -praclice- eon- r.iimcil' most ot the time and llic: in- fielders n'crc given {inrlic'tilar atlcn- ilon uy -Many-oC the men were suffering from 'soreness tonight. McCrcdic After CLInese Catcher Ore., Feb. '27. Malinger TV. H.-'McCrctllR of the Portland base- ball Jeam of tnc Pacific -Cozst Uasc- bait l e, is desirous of signing Kan Yen', CiiLcber of "the AU-Ciihicse team of the llawallau I stands, according to wireless reports -received here loriay from Honolulu, where thc local .loam Is doing Us'training VETOES PARI-MUTUELS Governor S. V, Stewart, of Mon- tana, vetoed the' bill permitting pari-mutuel belting in that state, after the bill had passed both houses -.of the legislature. The houGe sustained veto. STOPPED FIGHT Frank of New YorV, was awarded the referee's deci- sion o'Jer'Jimmy Haqlon, of Deri-'. veiv at New La., last night. The _ The -referee-stopped the, bout at' the ope'ning of the .'nineteenth" round o'f the "twenty-round" 'saying it was too one-sided.. SWIMMING RACES s Columbia University defeated Yale in the dual swimming meet 23 to 20, .ind won the water polo 30 to 1.- til in Australia more Ihau a year Rgo. AL'KUBIAK BELIEVED INSANE Former Pugilist .Under Close Obser- valion at Phllly Hospital PliiJadolphfa. aiiireli Al Kubfak. popular Heavyweight hoser not 'long ago, Is lielicvec] to be insane in tlic Northwestern General hospital. A se- vere cold that went. to his fist-baiter- ctl head la liclieved .to have upset land countercharges; then came o: scandal after another on world's EC Jes tickets- the cry of conimcrciallsi llic .eontiiiueil. wrangle between 11 magnates and Ibe" players, and II threat'of llio jiloyors Lo close ,up tl ball parks. of llie ma not. take as much' inlcresL in bascba a of yore. Money Harms Sport Money lias done'' raoro harm sport Llian any. other single facto Baseball is the ortrV professional sno that has thrived for. any. great peril of time. The continued arguments the public iiress over salaries nev went well with LueT fans. Idols we knocked, from and tl fans began lo stir themselves ai menial balance. lie will be put un- der oliscrvatfon. Kuhiati, who Is a. member of Ihc Philadelphia police force, became -vid- lenlly ill iiatroJJing his heal and had lo be taken to a hospitaL At- tendants were unable to control1 him, and no sooner was" he placed in a. col than ho leaped out and knocked down two nurses with his fiats. PLAN TROT EVENT look for other forms of'amuscmcn Is impossiblo for iinv-flpcrl to thrJ unless Ihcro Is learn all aroun lliorc is anything but team pi in thc baseball world now. Ko the baseball fan of yesterday the Leniiis, golf, motoring or Ira snooting of tort ay.' Athletics a cclnpulEory at nearly: every scJic and college in when 1 lio'y drifts out into tlie world he more or less interested In cue or mo branches of sport as an actual narti pant.- The dny of thrc jiroxy sport li parsed for the live-wire American. L us took tbe thing rigiit square in l face. SELLS FOR Said to be a Record Figure for Dog of This Type York, March 1. -r- L3Lcrall> worth Ins -weight gold, Kt. Swiulcy Lilien, n Pekingese, WES'sold' said lo he record figure for a don of this type, lie was adjudg- ed llic hesl loy rlog of any1 variety ex- hibited at tlic Weslminster Kennel club show here. FOR SPEEDSTERS .ChlrjiEO, March IroLllng cvenl of great, magnitude 15 being iilanncd Tor some-iilacc in America next sum-! mcr at which trotting horses which' have records of or letter will bo the only ones cligihJo. Thc stewards of the Grand Circuit are planning', (lie event. Thcrr, are only n few horses with'lerday as'well as the cuslomary a a record of but.Uie stewards' say livily our small reconnoitring pi Mierc will be enough the great- saya today's war est trolling rncc.evcr'held.-Tne 1917 menl. VEtieray aeroplanes" dropp racing" season will be a ricconl-break- bombs -without result ou'GorizTn a erf it Is predicted. on La Vallone." ON ITALIAN FRONT Koine, via Txmclon, -Feb. 2S.- us'unl "artillery actions occurred yi Clonic Tail Wants lo Meet Kddie Franks Somewhere In The Soulh NEW UNIES ORDERED FOR'DODGER BOYS York, President Charley" Kbbcls and Manager Willicrt Kubinson have Just'ordered the new imiforms which liic'UrooXlyn Nation- al league champions will wear, next season. They are the same as usiinl at home ami gray on Ihe road, the exception lhat both uniforms will have an American [lag seweil on sleeve .of cnch shirt. George M. Coliau will ivrite llic'rriusic for llic ojicnin'e day program. Clonis .Tail of i Edmonton, has worked out twice In Leihbridje and the fans are taking to him tike ducks to water. They arc wondering If the lid can'l be pried off for, Just orte more match this season. They, want to see Tail r.d Eddie Franks tangle for what they consider-would be the prTrc icrap pf the year. 'There Itn't 'much likelihood ihat Ihtre go here, I sesEOn, Is a chance I' It at "the fans may see ihc two boys In action in'some town In the south, .Barons has Itching (o stage s scrap all winter while Sweet Grass Is -about ripe (or 'another battle., A fuss ai either of bDJnls-U'QulU draw a big crowd of Liithbridge fans. Here is' a chance for the ccrap of thc sea- son, _Tail( .worked ,oui yesterday with Bfjckl; Milchc.'f and exhibit- cd a left that should bring.home He js only 19 years of age he could dispose of Hairy Anderson well within the limit. VANCOUVER AMATEURS AFTER 'ALLAN CUP Vancouver, 'MnrcV 1I--H llic Ccn- rala win llic cli amp Jon ship of Van- couver mv'Momlay night next by de- feating the Towers will go to Portland nnil contest-for llic Pacific L'oasl Amateur Hockey chanipioiishlp against Seattle and Portlanil clubs. Should they win the coast champion- ship they will challengc'for Ihc Allan cup Ivhlch Is now held ty Uie Vic- torias of _____ MrCQtLARS arc ninv sh "Made In Canada" The 1917 FORD SEDAN Out. This is a liig, vooniy nmwilli plenty of style, but il costs less to run tlic move e-xpciisivcicavis because il is light- er, easier lo, there.-is less V rich, comforlalilc and suTupluoua thc Scdnn'ls n moderate price and ono fil to grace any i l.ct us show you the ninilcl anil Ijooh your cnlcr lo Insure r- FORD GARAGE Montreal, f'eb. in a anelal {editorial lust evening's tin- uncciricnl nt Ollauii by tKe fiiianeo iiinU'r ol Lho launching of (lie third nadlan domestic loan, the Gazette, ya: N "While authority Is lacking as lo the clalls of I lie loan, Investment clr- :H here Ujok for a fivu fer cent 'enly year boml issue at about 9G, lilcli would offer a yield of about JO. In sonic quarters k is ,aL the may be lower atirl others higher, but there Is verj eneral especial Ion I bat con on 'made from ilio 'jji-i rice at the first two loans were Tore-.l. "The government Is believed. lo have een considering from iu as Ihc amount of thc ue; in term cxli ate ground may be lak i at ERRIBLE FAMINE THREATENS THE'WORLD Stephen Lcacoc-k f McOlll University, addressing tli Jon Jlouscivlres' League at tin '.oyjil Victoria'College this afternoon :iid: N "We are In sight of a terrible Tom amlne, such as the world lias neve eon. must take filoys nellnics i -c wish to avoid "national and world ide dossier. We- must at aU cost n crease our own food supply. lu Canada arc fortunate! Jaccd. have boundless resourt s In land lo drajv upon. We must GC bnt every available acre and ever .vailnblc day's labor is turned to USP gratifying (o learn that ou )ciiarlnicnt of Agriculture and ou National Service Commission are wltl an-ake to inc situation. Wo must pu lnd them the force of public opln on and the efforts of-individual clt Both (lie Series "18" FOUR and Uie Series "IS" SIX Chassis arc the evolution o( four years' experience and concentrated study. Mechanically, these cars have been refined and perfected, until today v.e believe ih'at Hie chassis represents the finest piece of. motor car on the market. This continuous study, based on the experience of owners, is manifest in simplified design and wonderful ac- ccEsibilily. Yoii can easily get at every part of llic car for adjustment or for inspcc- tion. If is distinctly tlic "Owner's the car for the owner who likes to take care oE liis own car. The dcsigtf is so simplified, the f function ol each part EO obvious, and the detail 'so easy to get at, that you can very soon under- stand your car and learn to know it, and so you arc taught by the Systematic Service System, every Sludclnker Dealer lias fablislicd for Sludebakcr owners. "Made in Cfljurfa" SMWr. P., FOUR 50-H. P., 7-Paasengcr SIX 1593. P.O. D. WfllkezriUa The Studebaker Garage J. T. Prop. 322 Sixth Streetj Opposite Herald. Lelhbridgc, ALberLa Arc) your hands chapped, cracked, or sqrc? Have you "cold crHcks" ivhich open and bleed when the skin Is drawn tight? Have yoii a cold sore, frost bite, or chilblains, whjch at times makes for you to gonbout your duties Zani'Duk will Eive yoii relief and will heel the frost-damaged skin. B, Strojsa, of East Hans- lord, N.S., writes: "My hands were EO badly chapped 1 was un- anle to put them In water. 'All remedies failed to heal until I tried Zam-Duli. Perseverance with lala balm completely healed Ihe sores." Zim-Rnkhei'UcciU.hurnj.bfalsrs. curei cciemi. plJes. chipped hicils, cald soTi.3, frost bites, and sll skin diseases and Salaries. Reloae niluicj. Al drutisliti ator Read (flhe History of an Orange" In tomorrow's paper. This is o[ Interest To Yon. inu'cliascd scvernl Hioiisand "woi'tii oi" iii'cs at flic old jji-iccs on I'i iug 'from to We up to 1st, give a discount of Twenty per r-cut. MAIL ORDERS WILL HAVE 'OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. Also a Full-Line of Accessories BAALIM MOTOR CO, BACK OF UNION BANK HARRVHOLHAN, Mgr. WILL ATTAC !I TO ANY Does the Work of Four Big Horses Pulls two-bottom gang in viv- soil at two and liour. Pulls four concave disc iii plowed field. Pulls 1'ouv. liovsc binder's- Wo clciiionsfnih: to anyone. PRICE, Xotliing bptter for heavy road Write Today for Agency. SlIPFRIOR SUPPI Y TO oujrr LJ i 1 3tli St. -iiid 2nd Arc. S. T LKTIIIJISIDGK Exclusive Ag-ents" for Southern. Alberta ;