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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'A a- V SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918 / 44 v F>h t ^ F>' * * T THE j" ** >P* - 4 I r 7, * -1 DAILY. HERALD tl PAGE anus .� _r t _ _ r 4 / \ \ OlN\Vb iCHOW PA*T-*' TONIGHT- 0 1* �; r 3f � ft ID UKETO �1T ouT,aoT.icAH�r WHEH ME WIFE s - j. _ 4 /.4 h I he :-:ti'. * * - * f 4- 4 !?3! re" U � � * F| #1 4 h i-^'i' M.L *LCNE. -SO VLL HER TO,,PH0M� XOOR. ,WiFE TO PINE! SMITH I! the. Call:! ^E^)':MRS SMITH-VOO YOU'RE ALL ALONE? WELL ^Ou JO COME OVER 'HERE .A*b, fMN yH 0*0G>AN D AND 1 WILL BE-HOME ALL EVENING-, .Vp-7 / L-J' F- � 'mill .ft THAT-COY HAVE ANY G^A^Nb-. a h + �.�Wi f 44 h i 4 4i f; j * ^4 I ^ ^ I t F 1 1 SOLDIERS BEATEN IN GAME AT EDMONTON ^ Edmonton, March 1.-The Edmonton South Sldero turned the tables on the CpJgary 78th Battery hockey team tonight in the �econd game for the Alberta championship when they won out by a score of .8 to 4. .The lead, however, was not sufficient to overcome the margin of 5 to tf whfch the ^soldiers' piled up on Tuesday at Calgary. c* .> o > C� �> O ! oxing Some time this month, probably about March 20tb, the Great War Veterans are going to stage a boxing tourney at the Majestic for the benefit of the olub funds, and hey are* already at work lining up a program that should draw the fovers of the squared circle game fron^all corners df the south. The yets have secured the aid of the 'LethbHdge Sports club in this enterprise and the matches will be. on a par with anything seen here In that line for some time. Quite a number, of Calj/ary soldier mitt artists are understood to be ready, to come for'this occasion, while an effort will also be made to line up Kiel Hoagland of Bow Island, who boxed Billy Lauder a ten round draw here a few years ago, and "P^ddy" Ryan of this city. Ryan is  new. comer and was at one time the lightweight navy champion of the Pacific coast fleet. Ryan has his eyes on the Canadian lightweight championship and wants a crack at telonle Tatt,'and if he shows at the tournament for the soldiers that he has the goods, there is little doubt that he will be given a chance to try conclusions with Clonie Talt some time In the near future. Nothing will be left undone to make the tournament a grand success and we know pub* lie support for the venture will not be lacking, especially as the purpose is to help the Veterans secure funds > > > v v v v *> > * Peerless First Station Guardian Worth Cady, Gardner and Walker Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 28.-Connie In the Adams Cor viMMr-j competition Caruerry and McNabb arc in tho finals. I TKtere is still on'e ganif* to play in the Ellison trophy for ino local club competition: McNabb v.;. Davidson. For Saturday evening there is a challenge for the dadillar cup, wheii Clark and Gaddes will uy aird lift it from McNabb and McLouil. *^ Thanks to Donors The bonspiel commit;n� wish to. thank the following for their kind  - v. Mack manager of the Philadelphia I ^^^0 in donating There. Gardner and Outfielder Walker, of tne f t out of town uAtora, whu FRED SCHUPP A HOLDOUT  Boston Americans, in exchange for John "Stuffy" Mclnnis, the Athletics' first basemam v Mack said tho Red Sox wanted him to take First Baseman Gainer, but that he insisted oq CaMy. The deal was consummated today in New York with Harry* Frazec, president of the Boston club. No financial consideration w-as Involved. - J. T. Graham McKelvie and McGuirt t  * ^ * Mack said he had not communicated 4i 1 * j with the three players, hut that he expected them to join the Athletics before they leave for the southern train- j Match Will Have To Be^About 14th-Tait Has Four Matches Lined Up Clonio Tait has wired his acceptance for a match here .with Neil Allison, but has stipulated that 'it must, be ' before March 18th as he has a Winnipeg match on^that date 'knd.wants to go east Immediately, afterwards. Allison has been cbxhmup^cated with and Ht he wiil/cpme lor about March 14 this /boutthe fans of the south are �o, eager 'for, there will be a great reason wbidiip,,' Ta.it is^trylng 't# work in three or four, .batijes before tye goes east. He is billed to tangle with Charlie Scully,' the Chicago boy on Tuesday rnext" before Al* Kirkland's Winnipeg jslub, then witlv Kayo Chalitf^f #egiiaa in-Medicine Hat, then beH wich./^lI!ison and again ih, Wiiinipeg before going east with another mittartlsC If Tait and' ( Allison can be brought together here and it looks likely, every -fan that ever saw a local mill will be on deck, for the , fans know Tait's style and 4be? ihave -Charley Cave's assurance that Allison is just clever enough to make the Canadian \ lectures in Agriculture close on March, j 2tfth and final examinations begin on. March 25th. In arts and Bciences,. medicine and pharmacy, lectures close- ( on April 10th and final examinations begin on April 15th. On Wednesday night, Athabascai Hall was the scene of a real old>fashioned party, when-Miss Geneva Mia-ener entertained the Wauneita Soc-* iety of the University at a Colonial dance. All the guests were dressed fa ' old fashioned stylo with powdered;1 hair, and the dances consisted of the graceful dances of our grandmothers' j days, the minuet, Sir Roger-de Cove*; ley and others. The novelty of-tho dance appealed to everyone and thai i evening was a truly delightful one. Friday, March 1st, is a busy dajf in University athletics. The Varsity 4 hockey team is making a trip to Ve'r-ilion to play the team of the Vermtt* ion School of Agriculture on the oc-, casion of the Aggies' Annual Alumni meeting which is to take place on that day. On the same day, the .Cain-', rose Normal School Girls' basketball team is paying a visit to the Univer-i sity and a doubleheader Is to be, play-. i' -I r l B � -r> fc,.... � f - n - ^ l held Vera Spackman to four baskets in ed in the Varsity Gym Friday nig�t, the 'first half but he got away for sev- Camrose vs. Varsity and a game by � * A HIGH LIVER "Oh,'mamma, baby is trying to eat a lump of coal." "Mercy! That child never got expensive tastes from my side of the family,  J'm, f ure^'-Transcript, his Locals .Weakened by 'of Some of Best Men Absence Score 40,to 34 A. M. Grace ....... Let abridge Mercunti'.t.1 Letbbridge Hotel............ 25.00 j Geo. B. MacKay............25.00 Consolidated Rubber Col...... 10.00 Gutta Fercha Rubber Co. ....... 10.00 Simpson Co., Ltd......i. .. 12.00 D. McNabb...............10.00 R. A. Wright...............25.00 Alberta Saddlery............10.00 Ellison tall Co. . . -.........15.00 Chinook Coal Co.....\......20.00 Campbell, Wilson & Home____ 10.00 Perry & "Reid ................ 10.00 A. MacDonald'Co.......... 15.00 W. J. Nelson............ ...~T. 12.00 Bawden Brothers............. 10.00 Jno.^ Bruce................\ 10.00 FULTON BEAT HARPER Chattanooga, Tenn., March 1.-Fred Fulten of Rochester. Minn., knocked out Jim Harper, of Kansas City, here. tonight in the second round of a sch-|rules� but tne warriors on both sides eduled 8-round bout. Harper was i made tlle Souls, and Geordle called en the last half by several open shots. When the ffnal whistle blew Stirling had the big end of the score of 4S to 35. i Red McKillop handled ;the whistle to the entire satisfaction of all, which is saying something. The only dissension .was a voice from a gentlewoman from ICipp who seemed' to think, the boys were held too technically to knocked through the ropes by a right uppercut to (he chin and was unconscious tor several minutes. x Camouflage TO STOP BASEBALL BETTING Ban-Johrison (Would, Do Away With Evil Chicago, March 1.- -Ban Johnson, president of the American league, 1b out with drastic orders against gambling in the American' league~*-parks, t'Tf any club fails to do its utmost to stamp out gambling/ it will lose its franchise," sayB President 4 '^1 4 j - -i- F _- \ - - L J% . f 4 on the forward line, dropped in some nice long shots. Bullock was the^eentre of |jheir combination and started; sevei*al successful "rushes down the/field. ' Th,e line-up and scores ^rei*e as (follows :', - V ; Lethbrldgo Taber - Forwards Ivan Harris 11 . Ira Harris 13 { Centre ' ^Johnson 4 Guards ;  Dunsworth 12 Bullock 4 Kane 4 ' M.,Harris 2 - De^thbridge 40; Taber 34.x; J- ' Referee "Chick" Edwards of Taber. TJ.mpire, H. B.^McElyea ,of Letbbridge., Stacey Lumber Co. 3j. C Teeplc..... R4 J. Baldry H. Holman...... Silver Grill..... kScott Fruit Co. . . . Plunkett & Savage W. A. Buchanan . Terrill Floral Co. . ,Geo. Fleming E. Adams ... * * m *  * t # * # * t � * 4  * � t * � * * 4  * I 4 t t * * til I � * * * it 4 4 * # * 1 t 10.00 5iL0 5.00 5.00 ' 5.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 2. t i i ? Murray 6 Young 2 Irwin 16 M 7' ^CHICAGO STAR IS SICK _-4 �l - - V j * L . v F - >1 1 I* K ' * THE FIFTH STREET. SOUTH ' 1 ' HOUSE OF 8ERVICE w - r 1 Chicago.-Manager.. RowlArid'a, "attenuated Sox pitching staff has been [given another jolt. Joe* Bern:,; whonii he, figured as a regular next season, Vs threatened with pneumonia,--Oa'Saturday joe's temperature -was 10^j but oare'rul doctoring and nursingtbrought: lthis>down to 100 Sunday afternoon. 1 The, doctors,hope to', be a�le to.brea.k 'up the, diaeaso before it gets a good  Who Shou/d Sweep The following letters 'will explain tliemsolves and decide'a poin9 over which 'considerable controversy has arisen regarding the all Important factor of curling: "Sweeping."  - The Query Sporting Editor, Winnipeg Free Press, * . Winnipeg, Man: - Dear Sir,-Kindlfr give me the correct ruling on the following, Curling. My third man is playing, his stone and it comes into the rings and raises one of ray opponents rocks 'from the third ring towards the tee. My op-pdnent'B lead jumps in and sweeps tbeir third raised rock. I maintained: Firstly that'the lead hiad no business in the ring that he should'retire to the hog line after sweeping or coming up with'their rocks. Secondly, that if the leads and seconds are allowed over the hog line that-they can not sweep in the rings after their own stone has ceased to run or hasverossert the "sweeping line. That is that their skip or third man was tho only one entitled to Iweep their raised rock-^n this case. this caused some considerable discussion and \ve could find iio point to cover in the Royal Caled. Rules 1 wish that you tvoiild give us .the correct ruling�is practised in Winnipeg. . y r � Yours truly. The .Reply?; . r ;'" Dear Sir,-In answer,,tp Vpur query re curiiug would say that-tliere is really: no rule at present in ;'the -Manitoba purling laws that prohibits a lead from -Weeping such a rock but itis'the general rule for the\skip or'third player .to take charge of a rock", like'"the-one -you mention. It is generally,, understood that the lead and second Ms-no business in the rings'but .this ' rule is not lived up to yeryVstrjctiy these days and I,have seen infseveral, oc* casions in Winnipeg, where a ;; skip who is not anuch of &*sweeper ask his leaH to do the swoeping'offrocks behind ;tho tee. If the rulo.^a;s;;priBBs�a' the lead or second realiy/ifayemo right Lethbrldgo, March Bear. Editor The papers say m � That Ad Day  * And Ray Knight. Are to manage �  * The big stampede * � -F Next July * * * And that there will be Afternoon and evening programs * * � them so everybody was satisfied. The junior game was a fast and fur* ious affair with both sides anxious to win. But the combination off the K. A. boys was superior and with Fisher shooting like a demon for eight field baskeUf'and not missing any chances-on fouls.-tfje Raymond 'boys had the ! best of the argument. For Stirling Vic Spaceman secured ..five baskets, with Addler, Mickelson and Anderson each adding some counters. The guarding on both sides was close. Stirling missed many chances on fdul throws. . An intermediate: game was pulled off with Stirling winning, the recruits of the future played" a good fast game, the score-being 16 to 25. Tho line-up and scores of the big game were: the Varsity Boys' House League. Af ter the games, the visitors are to be entertained . in Athabasca Hall. Capt. J. M. MacBachran, formerly professor of Philosophy in Nthe Uriiver* sity,'who went overseas as Paymaster of the 196th Battalion-and subsequently was paynfaster of the-Young Soldiers' Battalion at Bramshott, has gone to France and is to be attached as'-pay* master to an artillery unit. ^ v \ Major 'H. J. MacLeod, lecturer "in Electrical Engineering at Jhe Uniyer- / y,i^ sity before enlisting, who went over- - !^ seas Jn command of th.e Alberta Con> , pany of the 196th Battalion, hair -  transferred to the Imperials, :havih&; - ^ ^ recently been gazetted Captain in ^ne*' �.' v...;9^ Royal Garrison Artillery, with ' whici*'>,'; ,.;V";|| he is now serving in France. ' vtv -:'' i^Si Lieiit. A. C. Cameron, formerly* leV ' turer in Mining Engineering'and who' for some time has. been in the' Oby-.'-ernment service, has been appointed^ ^-/M lieutenant in the Engineers, Deing' at- ^| tached to the Training Depot at> St.U'^  # John, P. Q., tot a period of three';:;;/-v;^|| mpnths from the first of March with^a ' ^ view to proceeding overseas Women's University Club of -r � ^r"v*i Stirling Spaclnnan 38 Brandley 4 Forwards Raymond Meldrum 25 Burr 4 ton is putting on two plays in ;Conf the proceeds to be for the University^ And what I To know is want * * If this here starttpede * ' � * Is going to he * * * A continuous performance. If it's to be A Knight and Day seance ; *  * When are we going to sleep? * * * And won't the Factory Act s *  Get after us i If we bust 'er loose � *  Day and Knight-.  *  When we're only supposed  * * To work eight hour shifts. Centre D. Mickelson G Guards N, Mickelson Ostlund Stirling 48; Raymond 35'. Referee: George McKillop, of Letbbridge. Nalder 6 Skouson Butiler vocation Hall on March 15th and 16th; r Soldiers' Comforts Club. The playsj^t^v^ are rfThe Troth" by Rutherford .Mayh^'^^^p and "Thomson" by St. John Ha^kiio?W>km and George Calderou. ; * *':''l'J'M The meetings of the Canadian. Con-; ferenceon Social Welfare' to be held in Edmonton on tl^e 3rd, 4th and 5th of July we to take place in the Uni- ^ - %vft verslty buildings.% .^-^��s.'ufm "Well, OUTCLASSED old Crimson Gulch T L LITHUANIA IN ALLIANCE WITH GERMANY very* quiet and orderly/V said; the elling salesman.  . �� t^i^:&k$M "Yes," replied Broncho Bob. "When , so many of the boys,is. away handlings i machine guns it doesn't seem..-worthv^-'u'^ while foolin' with a little; toy'-Wke^-,-^ six-shooter."-Wasffington Star, ��'��''}^s/PM Amsterdani, Mar. 1.-Writing In the Berlin Tagelische Runschau, Mathiaa Erzberger of the Clerical Centre, says: "For* a year past I have advocated _ � - _ the idea that Lithuania should not only -! - 1 ~ w^v>$^tp| be an autonomous, but an independent no went, at my suggestion to General n: j state in perpetual alliance with Ger- Von Ludendorff at headauarters, and\^jk many; T dhuania desires a servos' of in the course of ,a. discuss!^a ^c;oin||j^^ agreements for the attainment of this plete; Agreement regarding ' the object. "I may add that the bishpp of Kov his plete' agreement^ re^arumg uie.^uw^�� pendehce of Lithuania was1 establlsi-^g^^ ^v- ed." � ; �> ^iia We hope you will Look into, this Seriously. ^ . Thankingvydu;-. ^ 11 Poilu: Poor- old,. Rene was sure unlucky. Franz: How? , - ~ ^ Po^lu: Ha'd his head shot off Jiujt .affeii'he finished shaving.^-Sun D[al.;v - �+  ^ # , BViiDi>iWrB5 ^aVtk ff �-P we .aiseaso oerore it gets, a good tne ieaa-oi-�ow�^ + : 'v, rKETHBRIDGE, ALT.A. ^' sfcart, in which case no ill effects may behind:'the tee line in : . >-.i^- , i_ w,. Jf>come-from it - - �  . i u I iinin^^linwed to sweep 1i v T ^ - ff - - % �' r-q ^ l^beiaig'Wlbwed tbMitie tee line and.then retire from the ring. ^ .. ^; :^ 'Hoping that thia will''ans-wer^youE> h 1 1 V- U 7-S . - 1 atHegiilar M J � -1 i 1 T Tl - J lr GREAT CARE TO REPAlRj.IT , PROPERLY , IF IT GOES ; WE. ARE PROUD TO ? \ F 3: A m 4 h I r 1 I r f mm mi 1