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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD SECTION Think U Would He Unpatriotic to Allow Darcy to ini; Mutch In U. S. M'licn He Hun Away From Uncli> Sam's Ally in Ciise of Itrowne Claims Darcy Is >Tol a .Slacker'iincl Will Sec Whilimm Himself, N'ctv York, March 'receipt! WhHman'a statement for-! (Tta Dnrcy-Dlllaji fight, Promo-1 ter llrownc announced lie would leave Immediately for Albany to talk wlth.tho governor personally, llrownc aald lie dlil lint Vonder tit Use jjover- nor's'atatemcnt If thc.sl.ito executive believed; he Riitil true, lint lhnl InYlitid been iiilafiifonncd. Ilrawiio said Ilio bout wag uoL n Mfclit lu a Hti- lali or for a (knutkout and that the laws of-llio slate of; Now York liail been compiled with lij the articles ot ugrcciiieni. So far as Darcy concerned, Browne asserted, tlio Australian pug- _ilist lind several times volunteered his services, nuL as lie indcr aye the coiisont'or Ills "parents -was necessary before ho could join the army and his JUG (her had refused sued consent. Darcy wac aleu .under, age When he led Australia, cotisrclpllon men- sure had iiol Leon put lo volo at'the time he Eallert for tho United Slates and was finally defeated ivJieii put. lirowne suld He la couvuico governor that >ras not a "slacker." Cold .Turn Down Allj.iuy, coumilaslun erfi were Informed of the governor's not 'to Darcy (o figlil by Hi 13 executive -himself in his' prl- .vate office; snoimoncd thcmi lo meet him especially for tbo pur-, pose. lie In reli'fii iiolillcd Grant "Hueli of the corpor- under'wh'ose'ausylcea the liout ..was licltl, of the execu- tive order and; to give him an oppor- tunity; to provide a substitute for Los Darcy. Tho governor outlined poslllcm In llic following statement: The Reasons VVHy "1 have directed ULO lioxlng'com- inlaslon lo forbid ihu liolcilng of (lie b'a called 'boxing e.vlilLUIou' al 3IadI son; Square Gnrdcu gn Monrtay nlghl am ertiilibly, niforjncd [fiat ono f.cs Darcy has plnntiod, or thai lila man rs hitvc planned, that tlin con plalcil HhaJl Js known 'aa 'a to llic Ilntsli' ckuiit.' Darcy, EO 1 am Inronnccl, IE a runaway' from his country., hi, Uis guise, and under.an alias ho left 111 native land (Australia) becAUSO )n WHS afraid lo flfcljl In tJie cause lo which his follow countrymen arc ea rlficlrie their prefers t give a cxIilbUlon at sonic per sonal'riek for a purse of 'J liellovo lhal tlie tllizoiis of thL stale will support the governor an Ills luslfitencc tiiat (his thins flinl riot brt'permitted lu Fight Unpatriotic At tlic conclusion of tlic couferenc with tlic governor, Chr.lrriian Kiei of the, Athletic commissloi said Uial.lJarcy not be ncr ted to pirlloJTjatn In testa in (ills slate. "Tho governor Mr. said, "that, as tills country-Is on th verge of wiir, it would'.lie both unpa. trlotlu and unseemly to plncu a nia upon n pedestal who has Kfirtcd HID service o[ a na. lion that will be our ally In the cvei of hdaliUHcB. This ,executive .orrlc Is dlrccU'.d solely agalna' Ixis Dare and not asalnst [ho boxing IOMSILE T O O K E COLLARS nhn.son and Chirku Suci'e.ss- fully Defend It Against 'I'aherandMncleod Johnson and Clarke, the local- duo of, who have had the Cadillac trophy In their possession fee-some time, have successfully Uefefidtd It twice this week. On Wednesday two Macleod rtnfcs came down alter the mug- buL were defeated by about eight points en round. Yeelerday the Ross ard Patter- son rinks of Taker came up to try to lift the mug but they had the ame lack of success as the Mac- leod rinkt. Johnson defeated Ross 14 to 9, while Clarke trimmed Patterson. TOOKE BROSi LIMITED MAKERS MONTRKAI, Kite lien Mystery M> SPOUT (From Our Own Correspondent) PInchcr Crcnk, March being misinformed by wbai wag con- slilen-'d autlicjitlc aul'iurity ynur cor- respondent j'Cjiorted In the Issue, of March 1st sore ml cases of hcai fever In town. Medical Health Officer J. claims that then: arc no cases of the clrc-adrrj dlue; ami will bo greatly rclicvuil of r.n overwhelming worry to liavo Die cor- rection made, Tho 5 (a loin cut coif- ccnifnK llic measles, however, alas! rjnly too trun, and many citizens arn openly fitrhiK lliclr views In re- gard? lo llic ridiculousness of uioji- fled quarantine. U, 3. ARMY ftUTO BILL T11EFULLY GUAlMNTCED SlIHtf MADE IN .CANADA TO-DAY'S Sport Summary Chicago, March team gf the Chicago Nationals de- feated the Los Angeles Pacific Coast league team 9 to 7, In the opening game of the spring write, at Paaadena The tec- ond team of the Chlcragd squad wai defeated by Santa Ana, 12 to 3, at Santa Ana. Several major and coast league players in Ihe SaMa Ana team. Claude Cooper, former Brooklyn Federal league outfielder, has signed a contract with the Phila- delphia Nationals. Joacquln Rod- is, and Raymond Gonzales, Cub- ans, haVc also been signed by the Philadelphia team. "Can't ivo work a sonieliow. la the question fans aro asking since Clonie Trtlt blew into looking for a with EQHIC eligible llfihi- outlook IB inJirlUy slim, and Die slimmer It grosv.Sj the more fans are klnK a fine line of sport the ibhdgQ Spovls Cluh ni'uvldcd dur- tlio early part of Hie II may be many moons Ijeforo llic fol- io wen; of the ffsMc ait ,ivill witness another fuss to equal iho I'rauks-St.' Joha affair. Cloiile Tail stands hlsh with fans, UJacklo, Mitchell fried lilm out tlio and says from QKpcri- cnte that Tail Svill do The wrestling is due for a-llt- lie booEt at an early date. Ouj- flan- Eom IB in I'Incher Creek after a suc- cessful (rip (o .the Prussia district. A Sansom arid Jack Ellleon Lo be IH HavjjioDd on Tuesday, Marcli These two boya have a Lwo-hbur ilraw nialch hctwcea them in iJielr past Iiis-- .ory anil the Raymonil affair liound to a big crowd. r.cthhridge will surely send big quota. The trains run right for Lclh- bridge fans to match without much inconvenience, while tho inoL- oritjg from here to Raymond is tho beat. 'HcporlE from the 0. S. war taj-ra- mtnL show that about was spent Jn tho purchase and opera- Lion of motor trucks lost year. Tin; hill 010 for tho jircsent (tacal year. LEGAL NOTICES Henry Hall, of Steamboat Springs, Colo., set a new world's record for ski jumping with a mark of 203 feet In the' tourna- ment at Steamboat Springe yes- terday. 'Pint mone'y was ed on points to Anders Raugen, of Chippewa Falls, Wis-, who jump- ed 190 feet. Pekin, ill.', bantam weight, knocked out kic .White, of in tho fifth. at Pe-. kin. Dick Loadman, 'of, Erie, Pa., bantam weight, outpointed John.-. ny Cteveland, In a ten-, round rib-decision bout lit Mil- Joe .Doryr' .Racine, welterweight, knocked" 'out Joe.. New York, in.the seventh; round of an cightround b'out at" Milwaukee, Al Young, of "Okla- homa, lightweight, was.given the referee's decision over Pat Gil, bert of Salt Lake, Iri a ten-round bout for the inter-mountain cham- pionship al Utah. Xotkii lo Creditors niul Claimants. IU THE ESTATE OF ELMER JAMES MACKENZIE. DECEASED Notice IB hereby given lhat all per- sons having claims upon ihe estate of Elmer James llacKciizle, late of tho City of Lctlibridfic, iu the Province of Alberta, ivlio died on or aboul (he iClh daj- of August. A. D., 10LG, are required .-.i- _-i (o filn u'ltli ualch IBB been arranged LctnceujChurcli, MeArllinr DavldEOii, Bar- risters, Coiiybcarc niocK Lelhbridge. Alberta, the 10th day of April A., D., 1'jLT. a full'statement.'duly fled of their claims and of any serur-[ illes held by them mitl lhal afler tbatl date (Lo executor will (Ifstribute tliej assets of the said deceased among Llio parljcs entillcd tliercto, having regard: only lo lilaiiUB of which nolice' liaB'bcen so filed or which have been! brought In their knowledge. Dnled al the Cilyol Lcttibrlilgc, in llic Pi-oviace of Alberta, tlife 22nd duy of Fcbnsarj- A. D.. 1917. ConyLcare, Church, JlcArthur and DnvIiJson, tiollcltors for tlie Executor. Ad, B. Lettibrfdffc -Allierta. Phone 1666 4IO 5th St. S. TheTailor (J. U. Guerre) High Class Ladles' and Tailoring. EXPERT DRY CLEANERS AND' A SPECIALTY, FURS STORED, REPAIRED AND INSURED. HaskcLbaU.has had Lho best n lie lilslqry, cln .Lelhbriilge, aod is getting Llic IL dosurves. Tho locnl.tcfiin in the bank, with four more 'matches iilicatl, liomo and home, gardes .with'llayinonil, tolal points to decide .tlic of: Q-Jlnu, anil hume games Ihc- vfKh' the o( Mcdlciae Hal, .Tbe Rfiymqnd-juoys care- fully coached'alVwhUer'and ihclrcoin- bliiatlon -play -lb LeLbbridge In such good" condUljan, that Ihcy can stand tho gaff, and play Hay in and off Lliejr feet. The" two .ssniE3 bctweoo these teams "sre sure Lo be winners. Tin's is "a Eoort jilate to mention tlio fact tliat tbo Automobile club has been organized with a live bunch 61 men al the Five doll- ars-Is IHo membership. the five sputs roJI in in'nrcler that money may he provided the of the club. Lc-s Darcy "a stock is nbouL to- day. Porllaiid, won the rlianipionslifp of Pacific -'L'oasl [ockcy nsBOcialion huv'e tonlsht w hey defeated the Portland club in "the nost. senanttoitDl game ever staged in his city by a, score ot 4'to Bcr lie Morris went the credit ql'noL oiil> scoring the goal wliicli gave the Sc- atcle club the championship, hut also earned him the individual scoring rec- ord of the league. Guy Sansom, above, is bach from Prussia, and arrangenieirits have been made for.him to alack against Jack Ellison, the Cards ton middleweight, In Raymond oh 13lhi; These two boys vrcrd to'have met the When tho lid iveiil down ,011 box and iri Lethbrldgc till "after tho war. Thoy met before, going two hours to a OTRV ril Plncher Creek n couple o[ ycara ago, and fans aro asBurcd a good bout at Kaymond. PRAYING OF KlfjDS, COALC.O.D. PlIONK 1345 Turner Witclicll OfflCE it Kennedy'! 410 13th St. CHEW TOBACCO? CUD WILL CLEAN .THE WINDSHIELD. Do roil orcr chew tobacco! If you don't you hortl Inck J. C. an {Q a KfAlnment fellow aiilolsls lu clean Ihclr wlnilahl j a "cliaw" of the Weei Accord Ine lo XaiicJ, _. thb '.obacca .'not onlj 'cllnitnalcs Iho "dust wrlnklcg" fron Uho. glnss, hut IcclSpi Iho-shloW spot less so thai a of the road can Im.had by IIio Driver. !Jt all Ihncs la thTjs -.'flc'clares N'agcl. on rainy.or AUCTION SALE BULLS AND ..STALLIONS J. H. PATftlCK t SONS Will otfci1 for'sale Ly auction at lionnctk's bjvo'ry IJarn, Letn- briflge, ,on k 'MAKCII 11 Al One o'clock Two carloads of Ilegistcred Shorthorn and 'llcrcforJ- Also two Clyde' Stallions, bred from imporieil sirca and dams. J- H, PATRICK SONS Farmers, School and Ho'spital Trustees and Hotel Proprietors Up todate Toilet System Recommended strongly by eminent medical men as being 100% Sanitary and Free from odor. VaDcbuver-ll, Spoknno p. 0. H. A. Finals Toronto, March. and will meet In Ibe O.H.A. in- :ermtdlale finals next Tuesday anil Friday nights, goals Id count on the round. Hamilton.beat the 247th linl- lalion, of Pelerborp, tonight S lo I, after losing to Pctcrfaoro'n to 3. llatn- ilton this wins tbe round by t In llic senior series, of tlie Q.ll.A.." Dental college, of Toronto liave a lead of 2 goala, secured In the 3 loT de- feat ot IllTcraldes, of 'ori Wednesday night ir. the first of the final games. 'They meet rvgnlh nest Wednesday niglit. Kitchener Juniors heat Aura'Lee, of Toronto, 3 to 2 at Kitchener, .with the final game to bo playcit iu Toron- to.tomorrow nigln. Edraonlon, Marcb soon as is declared In (tic United Stales rraclkall.v nil the Iniluslrla] plants (or the maimlaclure o( tnunliions nlll ba taken over by lire Eovernraenl, agenta have Insl now coipplcl- ed Inventories of machinery and 3tock hi most of the laren manufacturing centres. This fad ha3 not been an- nounced In Die .American papers, bul Dr.. John F. Coar, of (he of Alberta, who is keeping n close hand hpon. Ihe slluallon across Ihe line, lella the Jnurnal he has knowledge'thaI it'Is 30. VERY 1IE SPACE LOIS OF TIE_ SPACt It's All In The Tie Space v The reason why one man has to pull and jerk his tie into place while the.other slides his around easily is due entirely to the tie space provided iu the collar. Very, few makes of collars have enough tie in the larger sizes. The design of W. G. R. collars is such thateycryinan, whether he wears size Id or 17, secures ample and uniform tieapace. W. G. R. collars are the "slide-easy" boon to mankind.1 Come, try them you fellows who have been wearing the other kind. Life is too short to be unhappy. COLLARS Also W. G. R, Fine Shirts, Pyjamas, Summer Underwear and Roys' Blouses Has been installed In a number of schools, hospitals, hotels and country homes and is giving entire aallefac- tion. Write the KausUne Supply Conipahy oPAI- berla, Lethhridge, for furt'htr Information and literature. IPrice For standard one bowl system .complete, and prices graded-up- wards for larger syslemsj.atcordmg to number of bowls required. Company's strong guarantee "stand'sback of every sale. If system "fails to give entire satisfaction after-six months' Installation, guarantee" states purchase price-and frclgiit charges repaid'in full, -v Co.Dlfetg DISTRIBUTORS ''-i 1.ETHBRIDGE i. P. 0.15ox Telephone 1680 KAUSTINE COMPANY, TORONTO WARLOI Issue 12th March, 1917 in denominations of 20 Five jicr cciiL 5.30 or Applications for this issue willbe prompt- ly attended to Yom- House. British Canadian Trust Co. IM.j Fifth Hi. !S OFFICIAL PROSPECTUS LATER Alberta ;