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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY; MAHCII 7, 1017 I.'KTimniDOK DAILY IIKIULD I'AOK THIIUE SPOUTS'ABOARD A TROOPSHIP; AUSTRALIANS GREAT OX' ,7A1' WHITTLING. four or five iveeka job anA longer jf the submarines From. Australia lo tho European wnr zone you. However, tlie .Sonthcrji Cross' comrades oi the Cnnadlane tlnd the voyage naeacs quickly with their frequent ]iu Jlt.su nnd boxing tournaments. TftKECimEANISINTO TOO MUCH SPEEOTORLOCftLS _. KnyrnoinI, March took1 -iCthbrldgc into camp last iilghl In tolh Ihc Junior and .senior sanies. Knur hundred people into Iho gymnasium to vi'iineau the bailie which will gu fi long ivay toward ile- Alberta chum- ilp. The Juniors certainly trounc- r.d Iho to a finish, the score id ti. lit the senior encoun- ter the home, tuaiii emerged with -12 baskets and Lethbridee 25. "Chick1 Tuber, referee J boIJi games, giving tylonilld satisfaction. Tho. Ju.iilurs .put -ini ft nlco same. Hul .one thing Is ceHain, .lire Letli- lads In the same classr -as-..- Ihe Jocals.. They hbl'liil tn'c'ii'acc set by "tins Raj-in'ond fjufntct, who sliovdd j-emnrknbly fine Their co'mbination was Rr'eal 'Irwiii, there w'llli his pen. .Hudson pla'yeilJa end caghd 'most'of'tbu Thc.seJiIor KI> wae'ojie of the prct tlcst and fastest-. basketball" games teen .in Raymond. .The. Raymou bolter-form >tbaii In-lh ill-falcil Lethbrldge They were on hand all the time Ihe science heat of there was. no IncJr o team. With their n prime ahs.ne, the, hoys-played rv confidence that spelled victory. Thej knew wliat was at Htafcc and played he game lifcc demons. Lcthbrldgc waa out for a scalp They worked hrllUantly, but slmpl> could not. locate the cage. Dunsworlh lid some tilfecllvn work, netting mos of the for the .visitors. Kane LWO over tifs wan and G'eorge IcKillop Kvcry minute In boiu lalves full of "excitement, both teams displayed- form Raymond Burr Fisher Homuoy Raymond Nalder Woolf Stevens Juniora Centre Guards Seruon Guards Cenire Lethbrjdge -Kratkin Irn-Iii Lethbrldge Dunswort .Murn Ijim Kah McKlllo CARPETaALL Si. Ixiuis, option on the Stj l.ouls National baseball club was oblatneil by Jaraos C. Jones, at- torney, fop the club, this Afternoon, When lie gave Mrs. ntlcu E. Brit ton, clictjuc, for as earnest money. Sixty ilnys was given to ninkc a .payment of the purchase of .Johca caldr Ixjtvevcr, lliat he would not make the second, payment unless 13 (ivaila'blc at the end of Ihe Co days' Mr. Jones said John K. Toner, eldent' o[ Ihc National league, woutii confcr'irltti lire [irumolers of the new compnny hi St. I.ouis this -week, prob- fibly right to speak for the Incoming' aald Mr tMnkAhpTC will be no change Yn (he tcajit management, illller HUB- 'continue In charge." Wolsli' inny be through and then again he may bo operating on the'theory tliat it isn't worth-while] co shoR-'-ntu bc.ft line of goods, 1o cusloinerK who liaTCn't the money io buy. The "All-Stars" picked learn; wish lo IbcS. O. E., winners of Hio Uar-- rowmau shield Barnes. Kindly arrange dale and [mulish same. U. S. Maguire. clmlnnan of ther league. CURLING The rinks shipped by McXJihb anil uucau Duff a.rc to make another try >r the Cadillac trophy held for some me bv Johnson and Alrd. The two nhs arc.well practised up, and will ul -jn a big fight tonight. Tho Ico !s and a keen contest (t-Yflrn Our Own Cojrejpordmt) Mficleod, Mar. Albert ic iloue as soon us Hie snow is gone from the fields. Jean Johnson has sold Ills Vj sec- tion 10 miles south of Macleod to W. J. Held, while Mr. Hurrows sold a Munlreal ukc." tlio following eoinmciu on the annual report the Board of annual report ol ihe bridge Hoard of Trado coutniufl wo much common sense in Htnall fuin- Hftss lliat It anUHDi Ihe mays of dDcnnuuits of thu kind wUh.Vi'lilth we urn at thfg at (liu year, It itiijjand thai ihu work ot dhtrlbu- tint; Information concern Inn labo: supply anil oiiporfunKics btinJl un lukon "by n Donilnlon-wiilc HU ripprrti'al of Dayllghl on ft nalloLinl si-alo nut uo( ffBlso, jiujne oxlvemoly shrewd observations on tho farm crtdii prnblcnia. am! the following rnilf.Ho and truthful remark upon the bnnklni; slluallon "If all thu bank era In South cm Alberta sr much of afjrJctihurc ihnl they eoulJ larin well, we would be to uinl thai all our hankers lururil rners. inr most oi our farniiiM Imvc SPECIAL! We Have Ik'ccivcd Anolhor of TIRES, 30 x 3! Will Make, :i Price I'or Ten Days j Regular I'l-ice. Special, BAALIM MOTOR CO. made iiioro money last iwc years than any bank (IB If every coniiiiuiilly "'o Eiiino u and wfaLili as Kclhbri-Jj-'o had an l u Hoard of Tcudc ay lliii of which G. MarnocJt president. Die couulry would be a goml deal Iteitcr run than It IB." E KecLion 13 niJlen from .Maclcod. Prices for nach of -these were satisfactory and law cash payments were made Chief of Police (Jillc-splc has signed, and has sonn. back Lo his f as he was not able lo secure help lo work his land. CapL McKenzie of Ihe 101st, sr.onL the week-end at libnie In Muclcud. Treasurer Hanres'oE (he I'alriolic fund, received n' cheque from farm- ers In Long Bottom district fnr The treasurer of the Ked Cross is in receipt oi a-chcquo itom the curl- ers' bonsplcl, held in aid of the fled Cross Fund. tFroin Our Own Cor respond er.t) Pinclier Creek, 3Iar. A most icurlfell sorrow has swcpl over the entire commninty In Die vassing away >f flnolncr of out- honored old-timers' Vpb. 37, Philip Jfay very 111, ahd'dii Tiics lay. Mar. Cth he succumbnil to njonJa. Jti ilic year of 1SS7 Gray came here from Martinlown, Ont., and In Ihe Ihirty years spent licre he ]ras been, a highly osleerueil citizen. bcJng' one of, our eld cat Uni- ers IIR '.via a cbarter member of the I.O.O.K N'o. 5.. His wife, one daugh- ter and one son also his broibfer, M. D. Gray, of I'incber Creek, and one slater, Mra. Margaret Sniyllie of C'orn- wall, Ont., arc lo mourn lils'loEJ. John, Iho" only son of the deceased. went overseas with the 13th C.M.fi. in June The funeral will take place, on Thursday at 2 o'clock from the fain- fly residence. The service will lie conducted by the Uev. llllUs Wright The members of the I.O.O.P. nnd thp T O O K E COLLARS IS CSNTS EACH TOOKEBROS. LIMITED MAKERS MONTKEAL (from Our Own C'arresponderO Starch at lasl on Ihe'sivire road to obtain the longed-for electric lights, for word lias Just come through troili KdniDiJ- lon that the utilities'board haiT pass- ed favoradly upon llie latest proposi- tion submitted by Hie lown council. The council has been in iomih with several electrical supply companies during the past winter, but for one rctisoii or another they have been un- able to come together, and In