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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Tllimsn.AY, MAIICIt 8, 1917 Tin-: LErynnipcR DAILY PAGE THHER BIG GAME TO-NIGHT FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Lethbrldge baiketballers are determined to recover their tonight when Raymond Junior and senior learns come here for return gimes at the "Y." A huge crowd Ic expected and .spectators arj 'asked to come early to be aiaufed of a place at Ins ringside. The senior game decides the championship for southern Al- bertaj and Intense Interest Ic being taken In the match. The junior flame will commence at 6 oclock sharp, and (he senior game will conclude about 10 o'clock. Thus the dance to bo held In the S.O.E. hall after the games will have an early start. Ellison ;ind Sansuiu to the Mai There Next Ttiursdny Night KLUSON IN GOOD CONDITION FOR 00 Veteran Austin ID Ihc Ik-nch This Yi-nr' ST. LOUIS IS BALL CRAZY New York, Mnrch Jones lias a lot of confidence in Ids St. Louis Hrownlra, and although, like most managers, he Ins declined lo make predictions for them (his year, he haa bright lionrs of leading1 them Into ;i lioL finish fight for positions In the American League race. Last year llic inatl ruah 'or the Drowns which lifted them into fourth place set .tlic Mound Clly afire, SI Louis fans were wild -while ilia Drowns were on their rampage, and Ihc fighting spirit thai enabled them lo battle their into Llie first Ulv hlon and finally finish a. good fifth but sis points .bchtuil tlic Vankccs has not been forgotten. IJascbail men in general are unileJ t.t in the liellcf lliEL'the Amcritfan Lea race this year will be as hot as li'WRs in 131'J, and Iho Urowns are golnK to fliirl ptcnly of opjidsEtloii lutV ihclr fight for a firsi division finish. v v 'St. Loiila jreteran .vho may give way .oii.. Browns! lineup. If all reports are true there Is going (o be a aweet little fuse In Raymond next Thursday night, Mar. 15, when Jack Ellison, the CaHijlon g rap pier, to the mat Guy Santom, the Con- rad, Montana, middleweight. Sansorn has been wrestllfifl steadily for the pnst couple of years, while Ellison haa not been to the mat for a long time In a matched game. But the Card- Eton man hasn't been rusting out. On his farm al Aetna he hac equipped a and he has a clais of husky farmers to work on. They In wrestling and boxing every night, and this, with the of chasing his cows over the foothills, has kipt Jack 38 hard ae nails as those who law him go for three rounda with Dick Marahall can testify. Sansom may have more science than ELIiion, but llie Cardston exponent of the game will be there with the strength and stay- Ing powers. A large crowd will go from Lethbrldge to take In the fray if the roadE nre In shape for the gas wagons to navigate. TO-DAY'S Sport Summary Chicago, Mar. 9. Pitchers George Foiter and Sylvanus A. Gregg have ilgned 1917 contracts with the Boston Americans. Catcher Bob O'Farrell signed with the Peorla Thret-l league. William Louden, eecond base- man, with, the Cincinnati Nnllon- all In 1916, baa been signed by (he Kansas City Amerfcan As- sociation learn. Douglas Balrd, Infiefder, slqned with the Plllsburg Nationals. Seventy-five candidates for (he Princeton learn for the coming season reported for spring train- ing at the Initial practice yester- day. Early practice will b: held Indoors. W. E, Da via, representing Ine west In the east-west tennis tournament at LOB Angeles, yes- terday defeated Conrad D. Doyle. east 6-T, 4-6, 86, 6-1. Harold Throckmorlon and George M, Church for the cast, and William M. Johnston and John. Fl. Slrachan, westj did not finish in the doubles, darkness putting an end to the ni.atch, which will be completed Saturday. The score yesterday was to the adv.intnqe of trw easterners, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4j 7-7. Mrs, May Button Bundy defeated Miss Mary K. Drownc, west, 11-9, 6-3 In an exhibition match. John OlljV, Worcester, heavyweight, defeated John Fre- borg, Chicago, In two straight falls in a" wrestling match al Council Bluff a, Iowa. Cftlgnry, March a. citizen Calgary orders a consignment of litjuur from outside llic province for con- sumption In his oun private dwelling LOUEO, It la contrary to the llijuor act] or Mm lo go in lo ihe rxpresS; offlcoj tLiki> delivery of Um' Icjuor there and i-onvey It In person to1 ilti home, A common t-arrluj-, tttui Is lie cxjircss coiujiany oc a ornpany, [a the only legally quuliiJci] IIP am mahing Iho delivery. Tliiit Is the cuMElrucdon jilacea up- on a JiidKincnt rc'intcrcd by Chief Jus- Leo Jlsirvry, iUMiiK Jn llio ajjjicllalR division and in whlth -TustiLOi Hiuarl, h U'alsb-concur, dismissing i niinlicallon made by of ccr-; Horarl lo llio convlcliotis; Charles M. Collins for liaviiig in hU- possession aL 1'liicliftr on Ocl. 27, lOlti. a imcliago of lifjuor whlfli obtained from llio Uorninioii and whirh was oxprcsseil to him, anil which was marked as from' Uiti Michel Limited. Standard of the World Shoe Values for Sat. Only 't'' PRICES CUT TO COST ON THE FOLLOWING STAPLE LINES OF THE FINEST QUALITY FOOTWEAFt EVER PRODUCED. LADIES' HAVANNAH KID DOROTHY DODD, llutlon and lace, Cloodyoar soles, 'Jnhaii licels. -sollil A, II, C end HcRulur QH Haturdtiy only...... LADIES' MAHOGANY TAN RUSSIAN CALF BUTTON DOOTS, Dorothy OmH, Eland- craft. Cicjodyeiir wcJuirl i Culum heels. Warranted tolld leather. Width A, II, G ami U. Regular Kat Uvular fS j Qf atuiilay only INDIANS ARE LOSING "OUT Few Redskins Still Remain In The Major" Leagues thn announcement by Ihe Wlnninc-F, Mar. A. Kennedy, C.IMl. conduclor on whose case a conciliatIon hoard was re- lipntly iii-lil. will IJQ paid for 02 days lost time, caused liy roisumlcrsta ing belwcrn himself and tho aulhori- tlen of the road. As a result of a ilis- pnlc over a journal on a train run- HOCKEY riilliidolphlu National lenguc club Hint nlng bcUvcen Dunmorc and Li Charles Alberl Ilcndcr. the pltrhcr.' Eome montbs ago, Kennedy was let had been given lilt unconditional re- out. Insubordination was charged lease, nearly every Indian of notn has and hc received ten demerit marks, been ushered out of the ranks of Later demerit innrks were si ruck off major league baseball, llender is re- mid coiirluclor reinstated, ported lo have "offers from Coliinibu.sJ lie iiut In a claim for 6S days' pay Indianapolis and Kansas City clubs of while oil" duty. The union took the the American asEOclalion. pnalior up Ami llic board was "Clilcr1 John llortes Meyers Is stilrt'volDtcil. Alter Kohih' into the mat- to be on tho 'vcrga of a break with the tur, it was decided Hint Conductor champion llroohlyn Dodgers, and many Kennedy was entitled to liny for a National League a'plhoritics figure llic part of llic time lost. It was shown Mission ivarriiii-'-li'W 'Jiljoiit run bis. that Micro was a inisimflcrstandins X course-as a big leaguer, lien to his altitude af, thu llmo of the another Indian, who for several sc.v trouble. ttltOKHX LINKS I have a DO YOU KNOW HER? (London Opinion) Friend oE Rliopkecycr That's a tliein represented in Ihc big nhnw. nice cirl you liavu in your shoii. I've tailed witli the Feileral league and has Been her in the U'indon- 3everal rtays been lost (0 bight: Jim Thorpe'.will, 8.1 I passed. TO OUK OUT OF TOWN These prices arc g'oocl t'oi1 one ii' OL'dcL'cil by mail. THE NEW CUT-RATE AMERICAN BOOT SHOP BENTLEY'S OLD STAND 116 5th DENTALS AFIE O.H.A, CHAMPS Toronto, .March tho second and last or ihchomc-and-homn games in Ihc O.II.A. senior finals Lonlglit, Dentals heaL Ri'.-orsidcs 2'to 1. The Denials wonf the first game by 3 to 1, EO llio score on tho round Is 5 lo 2' hi favor or Dentals. Seven thousand, people saw the game. The champ- ions will go to Winnipeg to compete for llic Allan cup. Le on hand with the Gianls this year, worms Ecric3 on inc ccasL, win proo- n abiy be fixed for tho he 'ornier wo hi i scries, according lo Frank who returned this morning had a ,conference with the officials of the Seattle-club after' last night's match. is .have a slim Shopkeeper isn'l an employee. She's a trying to decide on a new hat. P.C., from Scat- of -the .comiuk major leagues mlnua.-the services oC a single oriEinalAmcrlcau.'" CANADIENS WIN v Montreal, March scturcd a lead over (lie Ottawa-Sena- CORNELL CARRIED s, OFF HONORS AT ATHLETIC-MEET. Lumber Town Curlers Try to Raise Fleishman Cup i in TTeraiiii ilicy put him. aiid'Jnnes Is confidtnt Fcrnte. Mar. Tlie Cranfcrookf dial he can depend on.llils Slslcr lad not being satisfied one; to piny third In Austin's nlace. dafeal hi coinpelliip with iho Fcrntcj 'If Paulnlto makes good the JJrown- lioys for tha Fleishman cup, came ies' infield combination may consist down to Fnrnle ng.-ihi last night and of thn Memphis lad al .ilrst base, home "without [he. coveted prize, Johnny Lnvan at Pratt al scc- deconttca the Llg window ioml aml'Sfel'nr'nl third. PnuleUp 1 In. the Trlles-Woods store. .2Sfi and fichled .DBC'-witn 'Herchm'er 'defeated Henderson of! phis club last year. Mcm- Cranbrook, 10-fl, and b, E. McDonald' Stevenson, n. recruit ahorlsLopper won from B. EL Howard, of Cranbrook from Lincoln of Ihe Western Leajuc, .by the uneven score' of 13-5. The ice wna In who hit .321 and scampered ''about condition, and the shortficld for" a final jierccnlaRQ .the games 'were more evenly con-' of .520, Is a, youngster who may prove tested than score would'a surprise. Digler, a-third baseman from the .Gettysburg, club of the Philadelphia. Pa., Co most all stages of thp, game, winners held a great advantage in weight and used It lo good purpose In checking Iho rushes of their light-' Dctter hockey has been shown by thtsc Iwo was exhibited tonight, but the play was spectacular at times, and ajso rather rough in places. THIS IS THE FOOD THE FANS ALL THRIVE ON Fre6iior Cat., Mar. Charles Wceshman and other direc- tors of the Chicago Nationals, watch- ed Shechard's siring of .Cubs fe'o down to a I-lo-O defeat al the hands of the flndlcnfe." The home curlers are'feeling quite' nine Ilidgc league, "will nlso gel a Sun Maids here today. "Dimy" Lewis cockey and are willing-to meet all tryout, and Jones also 'line Ernlo the Browri- com'crs who wish to have a go nl the who was with 'ft Fleishman-cup. Its li'.t year. of Ihc Boston Americans scored the LES DARCY NOW IN BAD WITH WISCONSIN BOXING OFFICIALS Milwaukee, Mareli D. .TlioiiRh there is no danger that Les Uarcyi ivlll'he linrrccl from boxing in Wls has "cpjifllcUng cngngc- ticnts lo "disentangle7before hc can In Ihla clly. HaV Two; Matches. Doth Torn Andrews and Frank dulkcrn, rival prbin.otcrs, claim to Dnrcy'u consent lo appear bo- ore Ihclr 'clubs, and ,11ns sruia HUE! be iroiicrt put hcfore he makes .Is appearance in Ihe ring. Mulkeni, .ccordinp to'Tim p'Kiillifnn, Uarcy's llcgcd" innntigeri signed Ihc an for" a "10-round content with like Gibbon9 on'April 5, while An- rc.vs, working direct, claims lo have !m lined up, for a match wilh Jeff mlth the latter pin of Ibis month. Now York's''refusal to aUnrt for arcy's appearance In tlte ring leaves Illwaukce one of the few available where'Ihe ot the An- can. get big money for ills- laying his hallllng slock. And lie- luse of (Ills'Darcy IB likely lo suf- thc TJie outcome of Ihls promoters' battle remains for tho commission lo decide, and il hns yet to set a dato when it will ink'c the matter winning run for the locals in tho ninth. "Dutch" f Leonard was pre- sented a floral pfecc by the fans be- fore (he game. The score: H.1I.K Fresno Hun Maids_______-.1 G 1 Chicago Cuba C f-nnnnril. McKfinry, ficlilnklc and Roll and, King; Zabel, Dawson, Packard and Elliott. Umpire Hildebrand. VERNON DEFEATS nn, although a r the commission held next week. Andrews asserts agrccincnl with Hie fifihllr gkca him first call on Darcy'a services, whereas there is a proviso In Mulkcrn's agreement which snys that D.ircy's first appear ance in -Hie Cream City shall hc hc- forc his clnb, and Rgalnat Gibbons, uho also gcU for the exhibi- tion. CUB REGULARS ;c the matter Pasadena, Cat., Mar. Tho. Ver- meeting of n011 Pacific Coast lengue learn de feated (he Chicago National league first tram, 14 to 9, today, in tho third exhibition game here between llic Iwo clubs. Tho Cubs had a bat ling streak in the ninlh, and ni by Salazar's wildncss, scored scvci runs. George Slqvall, manager o the Tigers, pKiycd Inday for Ihc first time. IIo contributed hvo home rims 16 Vernon'a total of 17 hits. The score: K.K.E Vcrnon 14 17 Chicago.................. 9 9 Fromme, Sala i wr. Donne and Simon; Douglas UARCY SEES GOVERNOR Perry and Stein. GETS COLD TURN DOWN Albany, N'.Y., Mar. v Darcr, Ihc Australian who WHS prevented: by Cover- s' nor Whitman froti appearing v in the prize ring in New York 0- Stale, obtained ftn audience CINCINNATI DEPART FOR SPRINp GROUNDS Cincinnati, March C. Thlrlee mcmbcrE of the Cincinnati National >r. a, cut In hla prices ;it batch of. offers comes on. Wat Guaranteed J25.CCO. v in the prize ring in New York in charge of Manager Chrialy Math The articles Ms manager signed Stale, obtained ftn audience cwson, left hero today for the snrln o Glbboiia bout guaranteed with the governor lorljy In an I rain ing camp at Shrccveport, La and 44, 1-3 per cent, of crTo'rl to Induce him to ohangc fr. They will be Joined en route hy Pi ovlng iplcturea, the Ici.t-jr clause v hla mind. The governor, how-. Krcd Toncy nnd Catcher IT inserted Jn Ihc conlracl ever, refused Tjlm reason that the films win he'cs-j'-> to psrHclpate [n at least one; In where Is An amount of in- reat In'what Darey-docs wilh tho I'hAntdm. Vor the Smith 'Andrews' Is "said 'to have guanan- :d him' _ bout herV; go It Vonld ho dcm- onstntcfl thai ho would not while the other players w! EO direct from Ihclr homes to' 'th v be a parly lo a cxhi bltlon." So fnr as most of the modern st