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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. .MAIJUI G, 1017 Tim LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIKRALD PAGli It was pointed out. recently llial tht -According lo Wircglmian the salaries amounted to JI45.00Q, layers nndor contra (I lo (ho HJ ma- jor loaguo. clubs drow- about OQD lii fcalurloa 1'Jai )L may fur- IJjer Interest UJD 'b'neuball public In Imow how itiut'li" rich cluli owner jintd Jila diamond dxjjerts. The talary-lKl uf the dlonla, 'not IncludtiiK wfla 11 U paid. The Ilrooh jyn clulj paid to Undo Itobbtc'e Cubs' The -DravcM received not less tlmn wlilte (ho Phlllic.1 drew nt loaai." from President W. K. Baker. Tho Cincinnati Hmla took rfown Hie Eylnry list of the SI. I-ouls Ccii'tlliialfi waa and J'iialea received, not toss than up Lhc loi.aU, It tuny without fear of contradiction that the BjJjirios nT the National league play- ere amounted to utmost In tho American rnlarics >voro higher. The "Yniikets received C'jinlahi lluslon, who on Ihn season. Tlio Jlcd payroll of "R will lio Interesting." said the provincial ireanurpr, _ "In wnlcli the dcrelojujiCMil of this jilaii, H will give thy legislature tuuui Idea as to wheth- er or not cu-ctieratlon among furmern In connection ultli (he of money for curryliiK on Uic-lr under liililiiya la feasible lo any cslenl hi Iliis provhVcc. We have no oKrallcm for (he tjurt'liufilng ol supplies ;nifl tho marketing "I produce. MuL ihEt> is tu- lively different; c6 for the and j o[ money. k I ;l very dcslniWc thins UisiL we (level. or a grand total of wna illvldcii nmonx ta crs In tlie rival circultn. In Alljer as can and this Mil IiruvJ-Jo mi excellent former President nuulc. sonic "iueli money far the first time In tlircc wilt nrurJ-Jt years' Tlio naJarJea of tjio Wbllo Sox determining nl Iho mark and Jmil n nniiporous year. In IroiL llio Tigcvrt drew more- than from Ownors ami Vaw. key, fnt'luillns Ty Cobb's salary or Tho Cleveland's jjiiyroll am- ouulcil (o jiiuf Hie Washing- ton club, Including drown ,by Waller Johnson, inld out Tlic salaries of Ihc fit. Louts Iliwns fool- ed up gso.CiQO, while Connkt Mack's AtblelkrT received at IfJist for losing more than 100 games. The Am- crlcati Icasno clubs, therefore, .were lu llio extent of whicli i than 400 Ucrie !n (From Our. Own Corrcj-nornicnt) AVarnerj 3. .Mr C. KKUII was l.ethbrldEC visitor during the week, where he appeared before thy connnlgaloncrs to tiunpovl tLc appHtiatlon for a IcntiJnal elevator at LcthbrJrJgc. Several iiromlnenl v.-cro fit LodilirMifa the' week juryincci, at Ihc of tho her CRUEL TREATMENT HarJcs wjio remained ol the wntcrliiff London, Mureli ii trorr. place or Vrnvatchha Uonyu. Ito was flelgradc announce? (lie death under sent a captive Lo Hungary, TJioro Ircumslaticos of tlio Rrcatost misery-ha died In an Internment camp al Nez- it Covan Avhaumovllcli. former clilat Elder. Ihe Serbian Uljnial jiaity and sev- sral Hmes minister and eecrc- lie Hint! ol the enemy Invasion estate of (or the relief nnd 4J15. He was dragged barefoot 125' maintenance of Eoldlers, miles as far aa Belgrade by Hungarian 'by given to those from Hold (era, wHH thirty Kcrltiin dlgnl- county, llicy attended 'an rrhuJJiul slUln court, .Mljsfi llalns accdui TO-DAY'S Sport Summary SPRING TRAINING .Chicago, March BoElon League squad arrived at Hoi Springs, Ark.j for spring trainTng yesterday. The flrst squad of the St. Paul American Association baceball team (eft yesterd'ay for Beaumont, Tcxae, spring Iratnlng will be held. Dan Grlrter and Hecs WJI- Hams, pitchers, have signed 1917 contracts with St. Paul. DEFEATS CUTLER Wladek Poland, de- feated Charles Culler of Chicago, two (alls out of three at Louis- ville, Ken., last night. Culler won the first (all. GIVEN DECISION >'Bryan Downey, lightweight, of Columbus, Ohio, was given A decision over Jack flrtlton of Chicago, at Columbus. 0 TO RAYMOND TONIGHT First ALLAN CUP GAMES Scries Start on Wednesday Night in Winnipeg ".Toronto, A. of Ihc Canadian Amateur Hocho.i- league, Jias aimounccd the ilatcij, jfor- cup, finals as fol- March 7 and 9---Manitoba defenders jilay ThLj'i'.ler Bgy challengers, March 12 and cnallciis- crs ;rlay challengers. Marih 1G and of forc- coiiicsts off. If Toronto Denials foil (o hold Ui lead of two teals over the Riversides in the. return same on ol Miu seiilor Mnnls, the 0. II. A. will not lie represented Saskatchewan will therefore play the "winners ot the Man- iloba-Tlmiiilcr Day EDrles on Marcli 12 11. LAST GAME A BURLESQUE ns Defeated by Wanderers by Six Gpnls to Three aionlrcal, -Mar. little more lhan-a J i hockey, tlic were defeated on riigh't tii ii sclicdiilcrl X.I1.A. fi'xtnrc l llic tail-enil Wamldrcrs by a score of C.lo p Tlie contest 'was witnessed one of tlio smallest croivds that lias ever attended a proFcsaional game in Honk! Konk! That will be liio nine hi ific air auout fllr o'cloek when the delegation uf rars start for Ilaynionil to ficc tlie hlg tfawe Ijohvcwi Haymond nntl I.cllibriilgc. This basket- ball match means more to Lctnbrldgc than any oilier pre- vious one for a long lime back nnd never before was the com- until Ion and rivalry so keen. From latest reports tho roads arc (juUc passable, the Journey being psily in u Hltlu ovor an hour. Several differ- ent parties havo Intimated that they were going-, so lliat a goodly crowd from. Lethbridgc is ernccfcd. II Is understood tliat a dance is being held after the games. -i- c- liat direction, hut Ihc farmer te nol asJ.'H lo hear Llic whole ot llic burden It will shared by llic province and Mr. Mitchell cmiihiisIzcO. that an) municipality ccjuhi assist In tills effort to Increase agricultural clcvcl Iho city uf 'Dion sal'l 11 could if IL clcsireil oneourasc llif! iarniovs uf tho tut'- rourjilInK Mr, Micheiicr li'itl no floubl the legislation would fill a svanl felt up to the present for instance, Uiu provision ol In reply to Mr. Mfthencr. (be jiro- vmclul treasurer made it plain :i cnuld only lie renewed for cue year, Mr. Mlcliener rcTcrrcil lo u statement by the provincial treasur- er of MamlobJi regarding the Intro- tluctlnn of a federal rural credits liill. Mr. Mitchell said ho not In Ijpsilloii to say very lunch on llic natter, hut he would he Kord cars which ..will make the Ford car Into a traclor. h'cw fiKiires from Hit) Drlllsli admlraUy made pub- JJt- (loflay.nt iho oflicu of Ihp oousul-ficiLoral of Groat Ih'ltaln show tliaL dui'iuf; February Q4 Jirldsd incr- fliani sblpH ilctilroyQil by mines sulMnarlncs. Or Ilils number Cl sliljis wore of JJOO Ions or over anil wero um ififjO tojiK. Sii to inrnh 2'J flnbing vesBcls cRLXer wcro Bunk. It wjifi aUo reported lhat rlurtiip ho ruonili U7 Ui'ilSsh merchaut vcssul iverfl uii.suC'.-c.ssiiilJy attnc-kcil by fn iiiiirines ay Khowii hy rcporle riled will Hie ailmlmKy up (o aiirl IticJudin March Figures show Hint tho number o murtliaiil vpssels of all iialhjualilic iivcr 100 Ions oath and exclusive o local JisJiiiifj craft ivlifch arriiv at and departed from DrilJEii ports were as follosva: Suls arriving 91G3; vessels sallc 'J124; lolM TIic figuics do not Jn ctuilo the IOSKCS of slilp? of CSrca tlrftiiin, Ihilnin's alJfca or tliotc of neutral naiioni; whkh, Ihc admiralty I states, are not available. Tho number of Licvjnai) submarines tamuicd or sunk, Ihn adiuiraUy says, will not. be HKKle public. Inrlicnfivo of ot< tJrcal UrUain lushes to lior more-haul inaiinu occasioueil by sub- marines and rrlne.'i. It was officially staled at the iirnsent more lliaii tons ol Is ou Ibc stocks in tlic various; shipyards, nil hi more or less advanced singes of construction. 'The general sllua- llio ailmirally amiountcd, "iy considered quite salisfatlnry." PROMOTIONS IjOndon, Mar. is made Lhat Colonel II. Ward, direc- tor of 11 ay nnd records, hag been, ap- pointed accounlant-gencral on the Canadian eiaff in Hrjlaln.' Captains G, lj. Mogiinn and G. G, Dlackslock have been anointed to' the slaff. of slate far for Owing lo hU age, 1G, AvkaumovHcli did not leave ftcrljfp, at His wife, v.Iio remafnecl In Olcd Lho day'ehc beard ot hie. end. PATRIOTIC WILL Hamilton, Onl., Mar, Silas (Jraco an aged Uundas womau, loft I rave Received AnoUici1 Shipment of, and-the .contest, was'so .tin- ami Ihc bailors In of the latter, .interesting that- a great many lelL thc.l.Mnst of the fans, I believe, arc prclLy Arena before Iho conclusion of satisfied lo Jfit things slant} jusl second period. The reniilt of solas'they are, aril all the managers in Ihc Aiiicrlcan arc very much opposed lo iiuy revision of tlic playing rules that would lay n heavier handi- cap on t'jc pitchers llwn they nlready carry. "If, however, it ever should ba lliat. more ami-heavier little importance to the Flyiug Fronch-j Ihc Aiiicrlcan men. ihal llicy played in a "don't cfirc" style, practically making Ihc a. s.'ft to (nc Uamls, it be-, InB'thcj Ijral Lhoy tiavc'woh durinp the Eccoiid'half of the schedule outside of iho default the battalion. Tom Melville and John Hrenntm wcro the offici'als in of Iho gnir.e. That discouraged feeling often a disordered stom- ach; or an inactive liver. Get your digestion and .the bile acting will disappear. You will soon be cheerful, if you take imitrovc the from Hie spectalor's llic object de- sired could very easily ho attained by add 1115 a little more rubber to the cofc of tlic linll. WUh a livelier missile In use baiting averages generally would jninp anywhere from -10 lo 20 points and, presumably, run'Storing increase In direct r.itlo .ID Die rise )n Some of the ballplayers, I bc- Itavc cxjircsscd ti fear (hafthe use of a, livelier baH would expose the Infloldois' to grave danger of serious injury, but I do nol recall that sanclfan' to cs- tensions. -Mr. Micbcner in opposing asaertoil that the company would In roJiiJiiR lo the province later on for BuaranLeea. The province, he declar- ed, had already guaranteed llic 3Ic- ArLhur lines to the extent of 300 miles ami these. extensions wouM an additional Would Ihc minister of railways, he asked. Give (he house Hie assurance llial no suar ontecs would lie given? Premier Sifton answered that his was always llic same. 1C Llic lines .were in the iiUcrest of Hic'coim- try be Rlvc a ivas .cliccrcd liy the Liberal benches, lie ijolnted out IhaL Ihe Doniinlon EovornmenL hf.d provided Cor the con slniction m (be Edmonton, Dunvogdh and IMlish Columbia railway and. Iho o.ttension to Grnnclc Prairie. The liill read a second tiinn division and (lie house adjourned. (From Our Comme n tlie near vicinity of Ihi3 placu held a most enjoyable oyster, supper and lanre Jn.tliC; school, ro'onis here last. in aid or the Bed'Cross societ The supper nrrangomeiits ivere in of Mrs. T. Crofts and ill sides were heard- favoraiilo com- nenls on the elaborate iable' and seatiiiR arrangemcnt3 anil tlic splen- did and' pnlnlnlilc repast lhat liad "icen prepared. Diamond City Orchea ra furmslied nmsfc in tltclr usual pleasing style, while Bert Gilletl made an ideal floor- manager. Coin nicrcc townspeople turned out iii Goodly Wv many as we like lo havo seen. DJnmoni City sent a jnlly sleigh and ii noticed that eren. several o dgt! people present. Door nmnunlcd lo "565.00. After al oxpcuses arc paid the Red Crosfj ROC iely will be the richer by ivould. ask the lo ;uarantce, n 'statement tliat STOCKS IN STORE AT LAKE TERMINALS Port Arlhur, Ont., Mar. 3. The statement of slocks in sloro in the terminal elevators' at Port Arthur and Fort William at last -week-end wlHi receinls and .shipmcnls during week.-is ?.s follows: In store: barley 1, ot them were greatly daniascd hand- flax Ilcccfpls': (he ncjlet. tliat crcjd iiUo Hie ma- jor leagues during tlio latter half o tlio Reason of 1911 rind (lie first part of the campaign-" v' thft people's remedy for life's common ailments. Thsy act thoioughly on the stomach, liver and bowels, and soon reg- ulate and strengthen these im- portant organs. Purely vege- contain no harmful drugs. Whenever you feel despondent a few doses will Malte took Brighter S.I. ct Ar.T HtJit; U'hcat oals li.irlpj '.932; ibx Shipnlonts: nnls liarlcy 21-.03S; Tins 23S25E1EJ AT RAYMOM) OPUUA JIOUSK Thurs09 March 18 JACK .KLLISOX vs. GUY S MIDDLEWEIGHTS rricos 1 Our TCC. .March mum March OLI correBpondcnL of tbc Winnippg Tele gram s.iys loday: Tlie parHanu-nlary silnalion con Lieiit upon llic delay tn the Imjier ial war ronforencc is em Imrmsslng and likely to upset Ine plans, heretofore in view, ncconliiig I llio latent advices. Sir Robert Uor tlen Is not likely (o be until (he middle of May. though parliament to resume on April 10. The premie went over on the recetpl of a cahlc, to come ns soon ns possible ami, be-' cause of (Iris, [inrlmmcnt "If il is nl all taken parlia- mentary prn-rani will be heavy and may ricccssiUitc mi all siimmer silling of iiarlinnient. Had circumstances I'ormiUed sossion lo so ahead, IIP thongliL Mini by llic cnrl of Una month, lirorognlion miglit luivc been in sight." Dry, Hoarse or Painful Coughs Quickly Ended You iltc Wurk Tlic prompt- and positive aciion of thU Bimiile, injjsneiibivc hnnin-madc rcinc'ly ii quickly healing Lhc inllaracd or EWollen membranes of the throat, chest or bron- cliinl tuliea and up lighl has cauEtd it to Lc used in tooro limn "atiy other yrmcdy its soolhing influence dicst airftncss -iroea, phlegm. IOQEPHB brtaLbiiiK Itccomes easier, tickling, ii throat stops and YOU a good restful Elecp. throat chest colds are conquered by it i._ _ hours or lesj. Xothmp better for bron rhitis, lioatscness, croup, ivhoopi" coupli, bronchial Rethraa or win 'fo make this eplendid coujih ponr ounces of Vines, l.iO ccnta TToilh) into R 115-02 boLtlc and fill tlm iKiLLle with plain prannlatcd suyar g X a Special Price for Ten Days licg-iiliir Trice -ISlG.flO BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, and You llion hi 1C ounces r. family of a. much teller couj-h syrup Hi an YOU could Imy ready-inndc for S'2.60- Keeps iicrfcclly a.'iil tliililrcn love ile pIcaFauf tasic. PincJi ia a special nnd highly conccn- Ira tod compound oi ncnuinc Norway pine extract, combined duaiacol I tnd is kiioivn the world over for its protnptncss, rase and cciUinlv in. orer- cominf! coitplia and cncst colda. j To avoid point mont, your ilniyjjist for ounces 01 J'tncx" with full and don't accept any- thing elw. Guaranteed (o (itvc alisolntc or money rronitillv rciuudcd. The J'iiKx Co., Torooto, The 1917 Ford Runabout Ont. If .you fiiijc.y a; light car for every day service, the new model "Ford Euuabout lit your requirements. Smooth running ant? easy to Tiandie, the Hunaiout Is always ready for action, winter or all kinds of roads, arid it gives high mileage on low gaiollne cost. You ought to Ihe new mocjei at once if you watit one this season. Orders given now have first FORD GARAGE SHERIFF DEAD Windsor) Ont.. Mrrc'ii Jolui D.ividfon. nscd 72, ot coimly, dicil loihy. ANCHOR-DONALDSON f THE NEW ATTACHMENT WHICH COMBINES WITH ANY FORD CAR TO MAKE A FULLY GUARANTEED TRACTOR, CAPABLE.OF DOING THE WORK OF FOUR BIG HORSES AND YET WHICH LEAVES YOUR FORD READY FOR USE AS A TOLJRING CAR OR ROADSTER IN TWENTY MINUTES FROM THE TIME IT STOPS WORKING AS A TRACTOR, IS THE MOST WONDERFUL APPLICATION OF LOW COST POWER EVER DEVELOPED FOR THE FARM. IT IS A TIME TRIED, OWNER TESTED IMPLEMENT THAT HAS COMPLETELY REVOI-U. TIONIZED ALL PREVIOUS .IDEAS OF ECoVjOMY IN ALL HEAVY FARM WORK. USED FOR PLOWING, CUTTING GR Al N, HAULING GRAIN, ETC. Any Ford in guild condUitm used with :i Sliuulc Mak-A- Ti-iicloi- will iiiul i-un cniitinuousl.v on high g-cai1 and no the woi-ic ot ioiu- now closing agency coutnicts. tf yon good ivrilo or phone ;il oucc. SUPPLY CO 1 fi-i 1 131U St. S. and 2mVAve. S. LE Exclusive Agents foi1 Soullioni Alli'orfa ;