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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAHGll 3, TIHi LETHimiDOlv DAII.V IIKKALL) PAGISTHUEE' HERALD SECTION The The Lcihbrlilga team mirt rootvrR' tamo Itomo TucEtlay iiltflit, ilcfealcj but by no means huiLtillateil. ]l a KQdA gaino >vllli buratB of on l-olh flWes, whlcli hojiL DiinKd EJC- trorucly, hitcroatlng. Tlio l.cthnrldge hoys urn confident they can fjct one hack at the llaymnnilllcB on our own llbov b'rltlay iitelil. H ought to Im'n great t'aiuc. It ivll) bo Ihc laslgaino LhlH j'cur balwacn lUcao two Icaina anil mean a H great rlcal Co -both (carnu. In tlio flreL Imil of the game T.UCB- riey night LcthhrUlBQ for Iho Clret time jnado the firs I goal. Al the end nf iiliouL iivB minutes1 play tho score -was C-2 in favor of Lelhbrfdgo. Hay. montl Mien began lo worX their com blnatlon u'nd at (he ond or about. It minutes of piny la tills half the scoro liy 10-12 In favor of tha liumo team. During Iho Jasl Jive minutes of play the Haymond lioyfi liy good raised tlia storu tu .The l.ulhbrlclge hoys went 031 Iho floor In tho second half Lwlcc before with naymouij having a ijcller than this, so wero yulto uonfldcnt of .cpiiplng off llie bacon. The Ecconil hall -xzs rough throughout, with heavy body checking1. This added greatly to HaymomVs ncl tanlage, liavlog nearly every several jjounds over their (juuoncnts. Their ndvanlagc llila soon btsaii to tell on (ha boys QDd after ten minutes of even they bCRftii lo Increase Ihelr lead till ul tho final llio Bcorc waa In favor of Raymond. MoMrum and Walker ivere mtjsL of (bo for up aeveii field baskets apiece Gco.' McKIlloji held Xalder to three ;ots. Dunsworlh-s succeeded hi :liiK 15 Hnld ami foul goals Lethbrldgc. Tlie line-up and in dividual scores ware; Raymond Forwarda Mo! drum 14 SI even 3 Woolf 3 Contra Dunsworlli 15 Murrnv 2 I.uml Kane -I McKilloii Totals; Ilaymond 42; Lolhbrldge 25, Iloforec: Chae. 'Kdwanls, Taber, Junior Game Tho Junior gnme van a much closer ihan Ihe Bcore u'ouliL Indicate for (in minutes" eilralphl not a elngU point v-as scored. U was a nip and luck affair all lliu way (n tills half The score ended !M In fuvor of Hay mond, In Iho second half IlDymond bcgai lo assert themselves a IHllg better checking well and also shooting we" They made 9 inorc points' to lirldfiC'R 2, making the rfual ecorp 18-'J. Fisher and Redd did Ihi of the For Iho visitors Ir win and Hudson did some effccllvi ivurk. The Une-ui> and B cores .were: Raymond Forwards Redd 13 Burr 1 Homncy Lethbrldge Irwin Guards Hudson Joue Shan Totals: Jtayrnond IS, Lethhridga C. TO-DAY'S Sport Summary Chicago, Alton learn yesterday awarded the Three-1 league franchlie held year by Davenport, Iowa. Harry Bay, of Peorla, former Cleveland player, will mintge iht Alloh team. ycitcrday took over the Central league fraii- chlte formerly held by Terre Haute, William Holmes has been elect- ed president and manifi'er of the Lincoln baseball aisoclatlon, of the Weitern league. Richard C. Hoblltrcl, first bate- man, sent In his signed can- tract to the Boolon Americani. II U he accepted a alight reduc- tion In salary from last year's pay, Maurice E. McLoughlln and William E. Davis, for the de- feated Theodore Roooevtlt. Pell and Vernon Slp to ait on LUu.-bcnch anrt vfaU-li some oncielsc. Job, for he ia Chockfnl of energy unil he loves base Lall, tlesnlte the- lurd lie must do behind the McCarthy, with a winning Iwun atuunil him'ifi espcclecl to belter jvdvauiagc. this yuac llan ever before. .True, i' winners last year, and Q-BW Inspiration to lip speed. The fact Ihnl he :vtn3 GOLF WILL erest In the work and rpail a Idler ran) Iho LclbbrJrJge bianuli, lltfv, Marsli followed ivlih au address nn he puriioac, work and needs of Ihe ,'aiiBrtlrtii Ued' Cross Swl'siy. It was iunnimoualy decided LC a branch to Lie known as "The Coal- Ht anrt JJlBlricl llrtinth of tho ifllun t'rons On Ihe mo Ion of u nominating L-ommiUeo the officers and corniulcccc elected: Clialnnan, J. n. Di-llarL-, vice- chairmen, Andrew SlierrcL and J. It, idhaia; torn tec, J. W. Koiih, Mrs. H. iu, Mrf. Donald MeXcll, Mrs. A. K Cunning, Mrs, J- H, Haiulhain and Ucfurs. Dr. Kosc. J. H. MelJiTtnolt L. P. "Tuff. Donald MacNell act ed as secretary for the niecttng. The Ladles' Aid already iloiio splendid work and the men of the vJl ,.e havo contributed nearly JiriO during the pafaL year. All Ibis woik and money have been scnl lo Liu LcllibiJdge branch, but it Is now fel that a Laigcr wort can Iu; undenaken through a lirancti at Those who ire Inleresteti tn llie work arc looking forward to lilg tliiuss. i Following the husincas a program of music, recitations and sames was hearllly enjoyed br all. Mrs. ilcBelb, 3Irs. Dean, Miss Mary McAllister anil Messrs. Daw anil McDonald contributed lo the' urbfjrain. The loial amounted t'J and two life members have Qualified. Mr. Founds made an cfflelenL accompan- fct mid the who to evening; was a IITO- nounceil success. 01 tlio LanTcs1 Aid served refreshments. Ar- rangements are -being mncln tor the ihorough organization of ihc work this district. (1'iOin Our Own ('ardston, Marcli Thursday jVLvnlnE next Iho I'Ujills of Joseph .tanner, will (jlvu u musical recital ;il llic m of llic new Connie Mack Disclaims State- ment Made by Jack Hen- dricks of Indianapolis .'New Vork, Mar. recent as of the' of AmericAii Association, to the effect that golf [s robbing baseball ui its palroiiasc, has Rot a rise out of Con- nie Mack, manager and part owner of Die Athletics. Needless to' Buy, Mack docs uol, agree with tlendrlck.s fn spite, of the Tact lhat he himself Is an ardent devotee of Ihe links. In the first place. Mack contends speed. TUG fact iu.ii lie -wia KOJUE thflt peopte who sa the uUendance Eood beeil off iu the 'baaohal berth. HENRY HALL BREAKS WORLD'S MARK MADE BY OMTVEDT. Steamboat Springs, March C. Tbo world's record jump set lasi yun liy Omtvedl, 01 Chicago, wns iroken nt the ski carnival here Henry Hall, ol Steamboat- .'Springs, made u ]unip ot 203 feel. First money, however, awrirded 011 points to Anders oC peiva Falls, WIs., wbo jumped Ceet. Hall received second prize Omtvcdt TCcc'vcU .third. TO PLAY POST SERIES. Vancouver, March son eerlcs of- exhibition games has been arrftnged between the Seattle and Vancouver Hockey clubs, win- ners' and runners-vip respectively. -of the'Pacific Const League champion- ship. The first grime will lake iilace on Tuesday nfehfnext at Seattle and the second In Vancouver on Friday evening. Gold m'ettnls will he c Ibstcrt for by the players Jn e; WHAT'S THE USE? George Gloom These are queer days, if rou gloves ll's too hot, and if .you don't It's too cotd; and If you carry your hands in your overcoat pockets thcv drives havo .more force, and it Is Me-'get damp. So what's tho use? CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL GAMES RAYMOND vs. LETHBRIDGE Two Games, Senior and Junior Teams. TOMORROW (FRIDAY) NIGHT At ihc Gymnasium, 8 o'clock Admission 25c DANCE IN CONNECTION A1 >S, 0. J3. Hall A Her tho Game HOCKEY in alii of llic llc-d Cross. y at tractive nuuihc-rs on lltn jirofirynt, Mrs. BlovliiEon niul Mr. [Herons will caclt aM liy tendings anil hy violin rcsjiccllvuly, These atone ulll svurlh llic price of ailmisslon. Tlio rhllilrcn ivIJI nlso rtmlcr A nsEcal drill and there ho vucnl id [nblruiiieiital inunlier.H cujitnl- oraljle merit. The caube worthy and the ino- gram good HO llml Iho he filled. Mr, Daimcr'ti musical 011- li-rtjiiMincuts always of ;i ttlgJi and for tin; aid uf olhors hie' gives Iruo, service. j Funeral of Infant Child. Tin: infant 3011 of Mr. and Mrs.' John who on wns held yesterday at tho Tabernacle' and there a large uttcndniicc of friends :md syinitalhizcrs. The ser- vices wei-e ID charge of the 1st ward IJIsliopric, Uic -Messrs. J. c. Cnhoon, Wui. Frnnk Lunvftl, lias. T. Brown nml Krncat Wyndcr. Board of Trade. There was not a quorum lu'CKont on .Monday evening or the Hoard of Trade members ami tlie meeting adjourned for one week next Monday nlfiht fn Iho council chaniljors. Tliure are ]tinny itenjB deinandius attenllnn.l IKJI the of whkli is ihc pushing' of the hospital. Nearjr ev- ery oilier day eome imlicnl is lakcn to other for irentmetsl or for] oneraltnns and llio uusinesa end of It; goes elsewhere, to say nothing of tliu Increased cost anil cxnejise to lliu sufferers, llr. U. Lynn ]s eflic- Icnt finJ, skilful ;iiid true condilioiia exisilns here should lie drawn to Iho] atlcntion of the .utilities com.iiisjioni through such an organization GR the I luard of trade. Al present Hie u'holul sohcnir is liefDg JiLiM because aliove cdiniuinsion will not allow ihc setting of stuck and It will ijo fully a year heforc liOEjiital units can Ijfi in lliis iiarlion of iliu soulh, rnennvvliilc llic Bnffer.i and tlirc-c fatal eases Lave been 'the rcotilt uf flit-re being no hospital here. WRESTLING MATCH AT OI'HKA IRK'SK t Thurs., March 15th JACK KLLISOX GUY SAXSOM M1DDLEWEIGHTS PHm anil ijiJ.UI) i.'d Alblna Cormier, an Ay liner lelcjihone Is re- CI) tn linvc hr-cn IcfL a furlune ver KiiBkulehcvi'Lin Is creating a ile- jiHrtiiujni of Midways mid nbullsh- !HB IILU lioard ol lilglnvuy cotninU- uloMers, P. LUND SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES II' you uru to hnilfl, wtile us. Out1 iigcnl will call upon you with (linns, iii'iccs, etc. We have the largest mill connections in British Columbia. Distributing Yards: Macleod, Coaldalc and medicine Hat Ucailqiiai'iei's at the LETHBKIDGE LUMBERYARDS Avc.aiiillTlhSt. Phone olfi Lctlibridge, Alia. P. O. Box 189 Vancouver 6; Seattle 4 [liimlltoii S; Kitchener 3 (first garno O. II. A. in term critic finals.) WORTH WHILE TO DRILL lall Team Best In That Line In A. L. to Receive Prize.of S500, and ''Instructor- Chicago, March clubs of tlie league, now receiv- ing military instruction' In" the snulli ern training fo compeiu j the air." for drilling ho'nora, Caplaln Franklin J- R. Kenncyr U. S. A.v In conimantl ot j recriilllag'iu Ihe central ricpartmeiiLi of tha array, annoiintecl Lonlgbt. CaplainrKeimoy said thai President B. B, Johnion ot the American league, .originator ot the military [raining plan for ball players, lias offered o BRITAIN 5TILL HOLDS SUPREMACY IN ALR, Lomlon. .Mar. to n i HUtisliun iu llie IIOIIFC of commons t'J-1 Jay, James MncPUonitm paid lhat Ihe government did nut ncccrl Ihc accu- racy ol Ihe region rcccnllj IJorlin tJint the Germans liatl brought dnwr, clglitcen aeroplanes on Lhe (crn front in one Fsilsc. meni.s such as lliesc, lie said, wcr6 mailc In order la elicit ilic Iniih. "I can assure Hit lie aJileJ, "tli-Al we sllll maintain ihc maslcrv of lwi beeil [auin- oft in Ihe 'burtal eye uiid helped --Lew to rircsant ine rio llot hnow what they are talk ng aboul. and, in Hie sccoDd place prize to the hest drilled-leam in the i hu tall taclician declares that golf, I league and a brlze of.Jlnfi (n minis ami oilier, sportA never vllljaerfcaiit insLructed the wlnnlug nafce serious inroads into baseball-He'playcra. ilao believes that the trill have The competition, Caplain Kenney Ulle effect on hascball this season.'said, will be decided in July. Aboard ml admils thai.if Hits country should of army officers will- he selected to uc encased In war nnxl year it review the players and make Ihc I probably result In closing Lhe tialllaTvard, The ?500 will be distributed as Lhe players decide. The military training plan Tor hall players has been adopted liy (lie vtiukce anil Indianapolis clubs of the? American association. GOOD AND HEFHESHMENTS Liarks. At preatnl, however, ho sees no riison for alarm. ck says that golf is one of the most fascinating games he knows, b'ul Iocs not think It is Keeping the fans airay from the b.iH parks. "As ;i nial- .of he continues, "the "at- tendance at major league games last year was greater than ever before, and the only ones kicking are those wlio did nol share in the harvest. Wo dtd not have a very good year, but T don't attribute it to golf or any other sport. "Baseball always has been and iv.l continue lo bo the loading sporl of the nation. I am enthusiastic bout Eolf. but would not.lcl U my attendance at bill games, even If I were iiol actively engapod In baseball, 1 have every reason .to llevo that nil golfers who arc base fans feel the same tvfly about It. "U stands lo reason lhat 'ive wt lose a few fans, but (or every one wti lose you will find one or more interested in It. Goll and lennls are not games lo hold oitc long. Per- sona who become interested in golf and tennis grow -wildly, enthusiastic about both spoils for a'brlcE period, but .after they reach n- certain stage they lose mncli of their enlhus anil return lo baseball. The percentage of .supporters we lose is so small thai H Is i.ot worth noticing. You mual remember that we arc drawing from the younger sencr nticn, and not one boy In 100 is Inter esled In another sport. So far as a possible war Is concerned, the Span Ish-American war had no effect on baseball In 1SSS. The effects of, such a contingency will nol be felt here for some ttmc, and 1 look (or a 50od year, though it may not he quite so good as Boms other seasons. This will ncl be duo to war, ggl( or any other sport. A combination o[ circumstances will be responsible for a poor year, If we have .Nome, Alaska, March closcil Monday niglit for the Solomon' Derby, the first of the season's classic races, which will be nm lomor- r, .Tho'course is Nome lo" Solomon uul rcluni, u dlFtance of C4 niilca. aro entered liy Webb, Fny, Fred Ayer. Leonard Scppala, "n5j% T4nrlcrson and DoTtning. The Solomon Dcrhy ranks In est as a sporting event ncxL lo Lhe j all-Alaska sircepst.Tkcs, which Trill be run Iri April over ft course mUes. NOME DOG RACE S BERWICK ARROW COLLARS art curve cut taft lilt skiaMus i WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WEARING APPAREL JkSHOES AUTO-OWNERS WE JUST KECEIVKD A LAKGE SHIPJ'IENTOF', Chains, all sizes Our 'prices on'TIRES should interest you. a large'stock. Our Special Ford Tires LOO WILSON SIMPSON MAKES ANOTHER RECORD. 'Kansas City, -Mo.. March Robert Simeon, of Ihe University of Mis- souri, TvurM's champion hlgli hurdler, record In list when, running for his school. he neeoUnlcd tlie ,SD-ynrd high hur- dles In 6 3-5 nl Ihc annual indoor meet here of the Kansna Clly Athletic Club. Tho wort clinpcil two TifLhs o[ n sccoiul off Ihc olil mart of 7 seconds, made by M. S. CiUlln, ol Lhe UnivcrsUy of Chicago, m'JSOJ. BANFF RINKS FAIL TO LIFT THE WISER CUP Tied Deer, March Deer still holds Ihc Wiser Tied Letter trophy by today tlelt.itlr.g- two Dan ft rinks by IT points. J. M. Campbell's rink de- fc.ilcd ihfl Banff-rlnJc skipped by H. Ilrell by a 22 lo S score, while W. J. Klephenson'B Tied Deer rink de- feated D. C. Bain's Uanft four by IF lo 12. The Ice was pCrlecL and though Iho vJaJtors n'orted hard UicV could not seem to lead al aoy of the game. MAKING IT PLAIN A common mistAe which some people continue lo make is to accept from a druggist in "cittacl" of cod fiTfrrlhinKingcncy. will get llic benefits of an emulsion of cod liver oil. The difference is vciy great. An "emulsion1' contains real cod liier oil, tvliich has had the endorse- ment of the medical profession for many years, while an "exlracL" 13 a product which contains no oil and is highly alcoholic. Scott's Emulsion is the standard rmiiliim of the world. It guarantees the highest grjde of real fgj liver oil, skilfully blended with glycerine and hypophpsphilts, and is endorsed ft Bomie.'Tcrvalo. New Studebaker Car For Sale NEVER BEEN USED SEE THIS CAR FOR A Apply Herald. 3 doors south ol Hudson's llnths in Connection A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK H. L. McCALLUM, Propriclor BAALIM MOTOR CO. 'BACK OF UNION.BANK HARRV HOLMAN, Mjr. The 1917 Ford Runabout b. Ford, Out. If you fancy a light car for everyday service, tlie, new model Pord Ruiinlioul lit your'requirements. Smooth running and to nandle, the Runabout is always ready for action, winter or summer, over all kinds of and it gives high mileage on low gasoline cosl. You ougM to tee the new model at if you want one this season. Orders given now have first FORD GARAGE ;