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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JIONDAY, MARCH im r-KTimnwGE DAILY HERALD 'PAGE THREH HERALD cliaimn, .Mrs, thly. Tonight, MeHHbb and Kalrloy will >lay tho holdorB of tlic Cadillac cue, Clarka and Aird. One sheet will IJG open for Bcralch Connie Mack's Athletics are The Enigma of Baseball Philadelphia, March The .enig- ma of UIQ biiEfiliall ivorld IB C'otmlu Mnck'h team pf Athletics, Whether tl to aliow of fn'nn predicted for 11 by HH7 Ijy .Mack Vk'hcm hu bct'uiL. lih historic dlsinem-' benuent of Ihc famous old Alblelks 1s n thai many Ijascuall follow1, trs urc trying to fathom today. .Mack has tho hasla for n gaoil base- ball cluh. Unlcbii ho dollhcralcly wrecks what lie- Ins Accomplished elnco.KydUi Collins and' collabora- tors departed from riilfadclphla lie undoubtedly have it better chance to finish out'of eolith iilauu Ilih year than was tho ease In 191U. .Mack has pieced together a very fair team, of college baseball hi young l.awloii Mio 20-year, old yoiUli nicked up more limn n year nso by Mack, Ihy oloncaloil louder baa one of ULC inostVi'C'nilsfnE mficM- erj who lias broken Into tho American Ir-ngutJ In yoars. Ho is aagrcsalvc, can Ilk and fluid like a'Jleiul :unl bis Lead, On tliird base Mack promises to liliifc a minor league recruit named 'Advance nollces t-ii'cak very WKlily of liliii. The outrield svill be o[ Hodle, 'Hiraslier Strunk who have been hoIdoulK. While Mack has nro- inlseil ilia vcterati tilrunk a r.ilsc, he hat promise-it Hotlie IL Jong vacation uiitcss lie TJira.shej- Is a ctult, but U H.I Id to be a powerful liil- has tinkered ho re and thero add-! ler ant) a, clc.'uij fast ficTdc-r. It Is Ing Gome minor leuguCG uuil retaining hanl lilt Ling trio, with the experience snuio cogs In tlie old machine until he lias a club Ibat cannot 1m counted: out by any means, Tho foal ol the AthloLIcs In twice humbling (he Yapkeoj Jn u single day, last summer was considered a Jofce by n great many, but Ihcre'ls than and critic at llio game flaw Ju lunt a foreboding of Uilngu to coinc, a relur'n power that ODCO rrslcrt brlho sllonl brain or Mack, Mack has an iufield that laeka u "deal of being a' fllvcr. Almost iiny manager ID the American league kc to part many (iollara to bavo Stuffy Mcliinla liold- STIE down firat liase. At sccornl base n youngster, Is destined to perform and ho Las built up some- thing of a reputation. HvcrytMi'er (s icady for Jtaymoml tomorrow evening at C o'clock (ItiJ local b.isV'tUjallcTfi and dr., will U-avc tho "Y" for llic coulh town Invasion. If Die per expected thut a ol will go regular own ED priori Itic Ijoyu In this the in on 1. lin l of Hie year. The (COKTIKUEII TROSl FKO.VT The miners feel Uiat widi (he tor- inluallun of all contracts based the prc.icni agreement at. the cud of tho monlh, tho oijerators thontd be It) a pOHlllon, to liccurc IIGM' contracts at that will Justify lliu claims of UIQ miners for a substantial in liaacd uiion ure'jent i tint! probtiblu tost of living growing out of the renditions brought atout by iho world war. Tho fcollns anwiiff the convontloii delegates in one of ton-1 .'iiul no :i ilcjHro was muiiitost Ly any of tliem. Tho oulslde deletes went away svitli hludJy fur warm u'tJ- come and tourjeous aeoord- "RAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" IS QUICKEST, SUREST STOMACH RliLIEF JT! Tliuo It! Papc'a UliWiLii will di- scs i iuylhlng you cat ami overtone i> bour, gassy or out fjf-onlcr stomucli burcly within fivo pilnuU-s. If your meals don't, ill or wilal you oat lies Ilka :L lump of [cad In voui'ntoinuch, 1C you that, is a of liiillgcj- [un. (Jot from your [ihannarilst n fifty- caso of Pauo's I Xow York, Mar, 3.--A despatch lo Ihc Tribune- fruni" Kl I'aso, Tc. sciya there are three German residents of Mexico, pledging "all tot the ustng moiioy, threats :tud [iromlscB to array Moxicang of every faction against Ibo United States. Tho society o( iho Iron Cross In MoxleOj comyosefl of practically every (Jcnuan In tho hns, according lo tlfla rlcaiiLlch, 75 branch- es In .Mexican cities. Americau sec- ret KervICR aKcnta bavo learned, (hat no effort has been madn hy Iho Car- activity. crnmunt lo curb tho Gerrnnu gamo start at In order lol maize lime for the dance v.'hlch it Is t-d them by IlicJr I'erjiie fellow miners l ttic public In b nil. umlevhtood will take place after the gamei. Tlio teams ate now In the Most (if shape and, after a week of coaching Agent H. Ifowai went up to on Friday anil In Ills the cases of liirco (Jerman aliens who hart In Itvo of tlio gardens. Tho jnlchlng staff undoubleJlj- BOO no faLTK, Joe Ilu.Hli and El- mer Mycrti undoubtedly wll] bear Ihc brunt of the bnrdcu, with sovcral pro- mising coltti to fall bain. upon. Two more ijllchei'B wlio could iicrform con- slsteully would make the Athletics n greatly feared club. Johnson and N'a- liors uro the most promising otuer nkcniuerz of llio staff. ScUang, lleycrs, riciiiLcli-anU llaloy will fight for catching bcrlliK. Athletics iJreEcnt one of the failed to report as" required hy the ami costs to Lett. Tho. two paid strongest hilling combinations Inl FriOay. baseball. Tliay'll score plenty of runs against almost any kind of a baseball for ihem If Ihey do, for Raymond s.urc has a cratih Jiuitor-icum. If you want (o help ihci. local hoys to win, gel your Tin Lizzy Into work-, ing order, crank up and ect sail [or] Itayruimd tomorrow evening, nay- inond brought up over ono hundred supporters; why not LtthurCdce? .A-neutral referee lias been secured hi the person of Clias. Edwards of Tahcr, who will officiate :iL both games, I ti 1 laymond ,Tucsday and Ihnlr flues and Loti rustling arouml to secure 525 with, which lo i out lils tasli lo meet his purl ol contribution. All three o[ these n came from near K'Jmonton, Alia, club. Jf they 'can reasonable pitching it la fair to oaaumc they will not fluisli In lapt place. TO-DAY'S Sport Summary MILITARY INSTRUCTOH WJTH TEAM Chicago, March Chicago American League baseball team Is today on Ita way to Mineral Wells, Texae, Tor spring training. Twenty-six players antf 36 olher persons were on'the which left here last night. About a dozen more players will Join the team at the spring quarters, A military training Instructor accom- panied the Learn. "Big" Ed. Walsh, the veteran was nol in lli'e squ'a'd which left. SPRING TRAINING CAMP The., SI. Louts National League team arrived, at San Texas, last night for spring train- ing. The full.squad of 27 men is expected to report SOLD TO TORONTO E. Robert Williams, catcher the Louisvilte American As- sociation team last season, hns been sold to Toronto League chub. BASEBALL IN TRAINING The Chicago National League first team from Los Angeles, Pacific Coast league team, yes- terday, 7 to 1. The second team defeated Taft, Cal., team 6 lg-3. SENDS SIGNED CONTRACT James E. .shortstop, nas sent in his signed contract lo Ihc. PiLlsbiirg Nationals. He played with Rochester in the Irv ternallonalNLeaguc last season. WINS AUTO Earl Cooper won RACE the George Washington swtcpslakcs 100 m1 automobile race at Los -Angeles yesterday, his average speed was miles per hour. Scottish League Celtics 3. H.ingera J, Aberdeen 0. Alrilricoiilans 3, I'.irlick Thistle 1 Ayr United 0, .Morion 3. 61 MldloMilnn 1, St. Mirren Thinl Lnnark 1, Jlibenuans 1. Kilmarnock 2, Clyde 0. Moilicrwcll 1, Falklrk 0. HoHh RoTera 3, Duiulcc 2. DiLinharlon 0, Hamilton A. 0. London Combination Arsenal 3, Clanton Orient "I. Branlford. 3, Chftlsea'O. Crystal Pnface I, U. 3. Puec'ns 1'arK 0 MlllwnK Athletic 2. Watford 2. Portsmouth" 1, Southampton 0. 3, Lulon T, Midland Barhslcj- 2, ShoCficlil United 0. UjrniJngliam 3, iX Jhil) City 2, Lciccslcr VOFSO I. Kccds City l. Chesterfield' 0, Sheffield 1, nolhcrham 0. Lancashire Section Blackburn Hovers 0, Liverpool 0. Illackroo] 2. nurnley Evcrtnn "Riirrlcy 0. Manchester C. 1, Manchester U. Ilorhrtalc I. Preston .Northern) 2. Soulhnort I, Slockporl 1. IG A BRIGADIER-GENERAL ttr .Toly. Ixilbinlerc la Bazcllcd A chief engineer and temporary tlicrgcncral. H. A. INTERMEDIATE FINALS NEXT WEEK Toronto, March anil ilclicner will meet in. the in- rmcdiato finals next Tuesday and rhlay nights, goals lo "count on ilii; iiiiiJ. Hamilton lieat the 2-f7th llal illon of Pcterboro lonlglil. S to 1, rler iDsins .it Pelerboro 0 lo 3. Jlain- ton, thus wins the round by one goal. Iii Ihc senior series of (lie O.H.A., cge, of Toronto, have a goals, secured In tlie'3 lo defeat of Hivcrsiries of Toronto on nlghl in the first of Ihc nal games. They meet again nest Vciliu-silay night. Kilchencr JunlorK beat Aura-Lee, of 'oroiilo, 3 (o 2, at Kilchcncir, with tho inal to be played iii Toronto omorron1 nlyht. In (he set ofilal Coll ad of two just o.s ail yoii i'an. will no auur lirro i jcli-hlni; of tcd food nn'xiiil u'illi i-.tUI, JID i, gas or lurarllturn, or (u Ihu Jiau- ;ea, doliilHaiiutc headatlipH, or grlfitiig. This will ull go, Ihoro will Ijc no left oi'tr in (he Rtomnclt (o iioisou your hrealli with nauseous Is n cerlaln euro for oul-of order Etomadis because It lKf-sts Jt stomach ItelieC in five minutes from ull nloin- ach jj foj- you at any drug store, Thcso large fifly-cent cases contain cnougii "Papc-'s Ulapepsln" to kenp the ciiliro family frco from stomach dlsoider.s and indigestion for many monlliH. IL Ijr-longs lit your home. Advertisement. v hol'l your food just Hid i-aiim aa 1C your oi' raoM FKOXT LADIES CURLING -CY WAS PIE Umpire Scatty Chestnut hr.s made'a eputatioii in advance for Pilclier Cy 'ioli tbal will kccirihat worthy in'tlio yes of Dlxiu fans. I'ich is slated to ilay with Mobile this season. Chcst- iQt, as an .umpire in the International .eaguc last year, saw much ol the iLlchcr and has ncildlcd sucnc of in's niprcasiona to Soulhern tliroiigh he medium of Harry Vanco lirniinEham News. "I ivas one'same by my- says Scotty. "Car- renter ill anil I had to fo it alone. 'y worked In this game and they tcfc'aii to knock -'cm down-his Ihroal. Did you ever sec Ibc llkjo, said Cy. '7 never Jinil more stuff on tlio ball n ull iny lito than [bat big Indian Tincuji .pvci3'IjiDVot'ou Ihc is tipplhs riiy "jjjjiiala off, him gel be longs.' 'J.. "I looked over and tho by the way, will be with Lllllc IlocK this season, was out of tlio coachcr'f I waved him back and toul him Cy liail accused him of stealing his signals. cliirpcdi Tincup aa he swilched his tobacco lo the oilier Jaw 'can you imagine any ball club trying steal'thai Ham's signals? .Why, a feller could come out here at mid lit wrthout any moon and knock Umt guv's brains out. Stealing his we SHTC Ihat kind o: stuff for real "The homlianlment, (oiiliniicd ant Cy's manager told hlm'it another run was scored he would" fine him Tlic-run was proiluccd in miick order and I am told that (he1 fine went. 'DiIi33 llawdeii, skip. Miss Lindsay, Mrs; -Mrs. A. M. Marsliall, Mrs. Aird, skip.'" Mrs. Hamilton, Miss Xellic Miss Proclor, Miss Aird, skin. Mrs. Gray, Miss Llngard, Miss Du- TODfl .IHE DIM Otlaw.i, i 3.- -After flowers aplenty in bis In LetlibriilRC, and he even experi- mented to a certain extent success- fully wllh the'Browiug-.ot fruit. Grew Fruit Trees-Successfully "It is (o Father VanTighem ivc owed llic first trees in said J.. D. IKginootltam this morning, recalling the old days MiiKe :i Hpcrial Ti'ice fm- Ten -Price 816.00 BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOLMAN, Mgr. BACK OF UNION BANK AUCTION SALE 10 Heavy ;uui AT BARONS On SuCdiiy, MniTli 10 Commencing 1- p.m. Shar[ About half the above arc marcs. Ail gentle and broken. BONNELL LUCKEY Owners favor of the .immediate application o the militia net lo raise men for Hi front hi France, Lleut.-Gencral Si Sam Hualios, ai an Orange oanquc here last poured ridicule on tlie fear of trouble ivitli Gcrraan-Ameri- cfiiia on United Stales, bonier. "The present asitniion to tleTend Canada's bnrrjcr is declared Sir Sain.- "I often wonder there jough lunatic asyjums in Canada.-" 'by, if (here a little border raid Canadian baseball team coulti clear up in a day or LTVO. There has not cen an oven" act aKfiinst Canada, un iL lias teen carrinjl out by some lercenary paid hy German paid." To belp out tho rccruitins; and labor roblcms General llughca said there ere many idle men in Canada, and icrc "were ''liaritiiutrs, race track norls aiul thousantl.i upon thousands aelly available If called unon." Ihc Studcbakcr Scries "1SU car is nn evolution and perfected piece of mccliariism. That is wliy you can FORGET many little lltings ?.Kout SLudchrtkcr that liavc lo RILMIiMBER and care for on other cars not so highly developed. For instance: the coolinc; system of the Studcbakcr "car will work in any climate, at any temperature, pro- yiding you keep water in the radiator. TJic lubricslion system of a Sludcfakcr car. will work unfailingly in absolutely all conditions, it j-ou will remember, lo put oil in Ihc crank case occasionally. The electric lights, and the electric slarlcr will never fail you if a lililc distilled water is put in the battery from time lo lime. You will not liavc to paint your tody frequently (d it looking nice, because Studcbakcr'a finishing yrtfrk i; ilic sum oE years of experience. You won't have to rcnciv the leather on your cusiiions, bccai35c experience ins taught Studcliafccr liow to select and Luy ilic holiest quality of Icathcr- 1 You wonTt need to Trorry about making a grade willi a Sludeliakcr car, because the Sltidcbakcr inolor has perfected inlo tlic most powerful motor in the .world in ratio to gasoline consumption. You ivon't liavc lo continually worry about lion, and Basing parts of j-Qur car, because cvtry part is equipped jwilh ample capacity grease cupj. TEiesc arc ilic things that make it a delimit lo own and nm a Sltrdcliafccr.ear. anJ cjusc you to say, "j- pever have any trouble with it." "Made in Crtiiarfa" 40-H. P., 50-H. p., 7-PasEcnEer SIX 1595 K O, D. The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixlh Slreel, Opposilc KeralJ. J. T. Graham, Prop. LsHibridc', Albcrla In The 1917 Ford Touring Car f.o.b. Ford, Out. i You doji'fc estraviigant clnims to justify "your choice when you Iniy the Ford.'. The new model Five-passenger Touring car at Is slandard automobile value. t We don't need to make "claims" in offering you this car. We show .you the car, Itself and give reasons. The quality, the price and the service It gives makes I1 satisfaction sure. You can on tht Ford. Let us show you the new model FORD GARAGE THE NEW ATTACHMENT WHICH COMBINES WiTH ANY FOJ1D CAR TO MAKE A FULLY GUARANTEED TRACTOR, CAPABLE OF DOING THE WORK OF KOUH BIG HORSES AND YET WHICH LEAVES YOUR FORD READY FOR USE AS A TOURING CAR OR ROADSTER (M TWENTY .MINUTES F.ROM THE TIME IT STOPS'WORKING AS A TRACTOR, is THE MOST WONDERFUL APPLICATION OP LOW COST POWER DEVELOPED FOR THE FARM. IT IS A TIME TESTED IMPLEMENT THAT HAS COMPLETELY REVOLU- TIONIZED ALL PREVIOUS IDEAS OF ECONOMY IN ALL HEAVY FARM WORK. USED FOB PLOWING, CUTTING CHAIN, HAULING GRAIN, ETC. Any Ford in "-nod condition used with Trador Avill slavt and run continuously :.6i> high gciiy do the work of I'ourbig horses. now closing If-you want a good thing write or phone at once. St. S. and'Snd Arc. S. LETIIBKIDGE Exclusive Agents for AHicrla ;