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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta t'AGE TWELVE THE LETriBKlDGE HEKALU SATURDAY. MARCH ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS IZElilGHf' OF GOLF BALL IS IN G. B. wliiMi asked for tho result ot the vote llils morning. OTTAWA. liar. -ll'an. Ittas.l --Silver cjuilly. president of the CYii- tral t'aurula lliu-kt'y k'aiiiltf umi prub- jahly ihe most prominent man In fast- crn 'aniiiU'm- athU'ties, 1 then1 it" some special rea- son 1 mi tho Allan cup finals :-lionid nut be played in Itrandon." -----------_ "Tho team williiin? its way in'o the j 1 finals should surely have, Iho bonetit Brandon Making Great Stand to paying at hmmv lu- added. "There j may be roiifiKis of which we huve no knowledge, however make the I holding: of the ilnals in Winnipeg most desirable, but these, it' any. i should be ho said. For Winnipeg FORT Mar. -The Greai Waged Over Place Of Allan Cup Games Have Them Played Off in Winners City WINNIPEG, Mar. Al- lan cup games will be played in Winnipeg. Mr. Justice Curran this morning disallowed an applica- tion from Brandon for an injunc- tion restraining officials from allocating the games to city. For Brandon MOOSE JAW, liar. The Sas- katchewan amateur hockey associa- tion executive voted unanimously Brandon the Mian cup con- troversy, was the statement, of Shavve, secretary of the X. U. DUCES WIN BASKETISALL GAME! ____ i In a cl-.-or basketball game at tht Y.M.C.A. hut nlKht two Tuil4 North UUlilirldne and the ('oalilalo I .a After a stubborn battle during which excitement ran lush the Uiu'ox umorg- led victorious. The score wax v5ry IS i tennis llued-iip :ts follows La Premiers I'otei eon, I llileln'11. Urunowald. Hart. Harclay. Kersal. zer, lloult. I'arrett. 'UaMwIn vfasVhii-'h man tor Coal- dalo 4'reSv and Allen v.tis Iho star; basket pitcher iho Nortli U'th-! _. bridge team. Ueorge Duncan, Noted Pro, is Rather Partial to Lighter iWILL ASK ADJOURNMENT "LETS SEE YOU COLLECT IT' Bull OF WHITE SOX CASE For Winnipeg VANCOUVER. Mar. U'.-'-Tho Brit- ish Columbia Hockey association has i placed itself formally on record as at a I endorsing tho action of President H. nlies conun la J.' sterling of the Canadian Amateur CHAMBERLAINS A Woman's Opinion "I bavo sold Chamberiain'? modi- cine'a for fifteen years and have always recommended them to my oustemers." writes Mrs. P. H. BroKim, of Wilson, Pa. "I could not do otherwise when my opinion was asked as I know from exper- ience that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is far superior to any other, "i would not put in a week's time in my home '.Tithouc it. For Croup there is nothing that ex- cels Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy." COUGH REMEDY Hockey aaEuciation in allocating tnc Allan cup games to Winnipeg. It is not thought that any further action will by Inv the matter. For Winnipeg TORONTO, Mar. A. Itfciv-Ut, secretary ot the Ontario Hockey as- sociation, commented as follows today on the Allan cup controversy: "Allan cup challenges ffom the east were sent iu on the understanding that final games vould be played at Winnipeg. No other placo will Ije For Brandon SASKATOON, Mar. to Collins Rolton. president ot the S.A.H.A., Saskatchewan Will endorse Brandon's action in seeking to have the Allan cup games-played on the ice of the defending club. It is felt that the president of the C.A.H.A. has taken too much authority in. tUis as well as in other matters. __ an i of are the words of the illustrators and Brigdens, Limited, after a criticism Typographical appearance of ihe Annual Report of Lethbridge Board of Trade The booklet was in the Job Department Lethbridge by Amoriam dovotces ot the game. Standardisation vas at a meeting here last year tJio ittec ot" the lioyal ami b of St. Andrews delegates from the United States ind Western Golf Associations. It was vot- ed that, beginning May i. 1921, a liiill- used hi a tournament play must not weigh more than 1.62 ounces, uor have a diameter oC ICES than I.ti2 inches. The effect of the ruling was to re- tain thet size of the small, heavy ball popular 'in England, but to reduce the weight slightly. It rendered what is known in the United States as the "30" eligible to coutfctitioo, ljut red the Si-pennyweights ball used CHICAGO, Mar. stata's attorney'! office today formally announced that when the trial of the Chicago White Sox piayeri charged with throwing the 1919 world opens Monday, the state will move that the be taken frtfm the calendar and not brought back until next fall, when the baseball aeason has ended. At- tornayi the defense said they would either on an immed- iate triafVr dismissal. Judge Uandis, baseball commission- j er, when informed of the state's au-i' nouncement, said he would immed-' iately place all the indit'tcd players on the ineligible list and that none of them could piny in organized base- ball pending the trial. MICHIGAN tTATC TRQOMR It KILLIO BY BANDITS VONTtAC, Mich, Mar. Alltn, wu In. ttmtly MIM nwrnlni In t avn thrtt ef ititt cMwUkulary flvt thin ihott vurt (mhinged. Tlw Allin fell. ERIE WAGE CUTS ARE CANCELLED YOltK, Mar. Unctions in wages of common labor put into effect by the Krie Itullroad on January St. have boon wiped out and the former wage schedule restored. it was announced here today by the company. in the .New York World. P. E. I. LEGISLATURE OPENS WITH DEBATE ___________________ j CHARLOTTBTOWX, P. E. Mar. NOT GUILTY i debate on MONT HEAL, liar, verdict of i the address was opened in tho legis- not guilty was returned yesterday in i yesterday, speeches being tho trial of Joseph Herbert, accused j by E. T. Higgs and J. P. ilc- i of manslaughter- In connection with j jmyre, the mover and seconder: A. aud a Teduction oii the deljt j would'be shown in tlte uceonnts this year. The oppbsition leader criticized i the goyornnient on 'the grouiitl that i they gained favor on false pretenses by promising not to increase taxes, i which they had increased by 150 per 1 ceul. England Enish had used the "eath ot Crare K. Arsenault, leader of the br.de of Alter. jand-Premier Doll. .The premier int.- weights halls iu their home play. on ,t-" in a letter to the Times George 6truck b-v tlie Duncan, of Hanger Kill, British Open Champion, records his satisfaction with the lighter and predicts Two youthful bandits held up the station of the L. K. N. Rail- October ;3 last when she j mated that a surplus of over tilL of die accused. way at Paris and stole from' the Poisoned by Thousands L. W. Bevnr, M, D.) Backache cf kind il often caused by kidiwy oua matter end uric add ftccumulite: within tha body In OTer-work- IDC lick kldnen, Iwnca tba con-! of blood CIUIM in: the manner u a similar tion in the head cautea bemdacbe. 'You nervous, lick, fererlsb, irritable, have spots appear- ing before Un fyea, and lack ambi- tion to do things. Simply ask your droisist for "-it-' uric" (snti-uric acld> Tablets If, you aren't feeling up to thi standard. If Tou lumbago, rheumatism, drop- sy, begin the treatment Immediately. physicians and specialists at Dr. Plerce'i Invalids' Hotel Is Buf- falo, N. V., bavt tboroucblT ttattii Anude and Tou can send Itc (or tnal package. P.C.H.A. STANDING Vancouver Seattle Victoria betier championship figures as a re- sult. "I am glad that the ball is to be writes Duncan, "as the gamo will be easier to play for every one. In that the correct way to the not be so dif- ficult os with the heavy ball. I will risk a prophecy and say that the championsWp figures o( 1921 will be better than those of 1920, or of any I previous year. Not because the.- ball will go farther than it did, but for the reason that the lighter bull will be much more easily controlled." _________ CE.VEVA, Mar. n.-G titudo held by the Americans at last haya to cllter gagcment not to exceed D, Pet. 0 .5-12 1 .Jit! 1 '.-135 ASK MEMBERS OF j LEAGUE TO REDUCE MILITARY EXPENSES Everybody Smokes OLD CHUM REDUCE FARM COSTS -j One of the most vitally important features of Farm Work for 1921 is decreasing the cost of Pro- duction, by labor-saving machinery. Fuel is dropping to a -price which makes it more economical to use Tractors than horses. We have not raised our prices since 1919, and we are selling our tractors at same prices as are being quoted F.O.B. factory in the States tq- day. We handle only reliable makes which have been in use in this district for years and which are giving the service the Farmers are looking for in buying a tractor. ___ FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY, WE HAVE __ Lauson Dust-Proof 15-30 Latest Equipments. Monarch NeversHp 18-30 Caterpillar Tread, Twin City in and i-65 ALSO One 10-201. H.C. Titan All rebuilt, in first-class condition, Q A A ready to go to work, for tuOUU CASH OR TERMS A SNAP Call and Bee these tractors for special prices and terms. McClenaghan Taylor 4W FIFTH AT. S, LETHBRIDSE, ALTA. next two fiscal years total mili- tary expenditures provided for the present year, ia a letter sent to mem- bers of the League of Nations by the secretary of that organization. An-1 other letter sent to members of the league concerns a convention regard-' ing control of the traffic .in arms aud munitions In order that regions "not; well civilized" may hot receive stocks of arms which accumulated during the war. The governments have been asked to make known their attitude to the league by May 1 and tlie let- ters emphaslztT the urgency that ail enter into these agreements. into an en-1 during the j ACHE LINIMENT Just One Trial Convinces You Sloan') Linimtnt Drive.Away Rheumatic Twinges year's rules conference, when his sug- 'gestion for standardization of the i'present "28" was being considered. "The Royal and Ancient Club took the matter he writes, "and j eided, not only to have a ball limited t in size and weight for the champiou- ship, but to apply it to the game gen- j erally. A committee was appointed, and they decided upon a Floater, a very useful ball for a player of more than mature ago. Fortunately for the game, America had to be consulted on the matter, and her delegates rightly stood out for legislation for the com- ing generation ot golfers. America won on a common sense argument which was that her then open cham- pion and her amateur champion knew nothing 'about a Floater, owing to the fact that America's best golfers had learned their golf since the advent of the modern ball." Duncan expresses a conviction that the popular ball of the future will be ah near as possible to that known in England as the which is slightly lighter than the present standard. The championship committee of the Royal and Ancient Golf club, St. An- drews, having decided that al! handi- caps in the United Kingdom should be put on a 'uniform basis, is now in communication with clubs on the sub- ject. The R. and A: points cut that, in order to arrive at uniformity: 1. All sympathetic handicapping should he discontinued. 2. A scratch score for all courses should he fixed by the championship committee. i 3. The handicaps of all players should he arrived at from this scratch I score. i By sympathetic handicapping is j meant tiis custom of leavinK a player j at his GJ'J handicap, his play J has cna'ied to justify it. than I hurt his filings. This, though a nat- I ttral thins to do, makes any reliable system impossible. i As, regards the second and third I proposals, the championship commit- tee considers (a) that the scratch sfcore of a cour.se is the only .sound basis of handicapping: (b) that this scratch score should be founded ou j the par score of the course: (c) that j in order to obtain uniformity tho par I The poor suffers untold and scratch scores should be fixed iu I agony after every meal, and any one a of satisfaction in a pipeful of Old Gium Tobacco, .The Tobacco of Qualify" WHY endure pain when you know Liniment will re- Hove it protnptly? couldn't j the World's Lintmeut for wasn't highly beneficial remain years if it relieving rheumatic aches, stiff sore muscles, lumbago, lame neuralgia, strains, bruises and the ro> suits of exposure to bad Penetrates without rubbing, leaving i no stained skin, clogged pores, mussi- ness. A pain and ache liniment that i stands alone in doing what it Is meant; to do. Get a bottle today and keep it handy. All druggists. Three sizes 70'c. SUO. The largest is most I economical. Made in Canada. linimen TO BE DYSPEPTIC! Is To Be Miserable each case by a member cr represent- ative of the championship committee. Any such representative of course, rely to a considerable extent on'tha advice of local players. has dyspepsia knows what joy it j would give to eat three square meals ;i day and not be punished for U, af-! I er. Nearly every thing that enters jthe weak and even onmcli'aets as an irritant. little that is eaten i TORONTO, Mar. Spragtio Clcg- horn. defense player, formerly with Ottawa aud later ordered to piay with St. Patricks, will not play with St. Patricks iu tlie' second game of the N.H.L. play-off ou Monday night, according to information available to- day. The oinnials of tho St. PatricV: club wore not with the playing of Clughorn at Ottawa, on Thursday. LIONIZING "BABE" XKW YORK, Mar. "Babe" Kuth is beinp; heaped with honors in Slirove- port, where the New York Americans laying j Before you can cat lioarttiy, and not picl-r uiuJ A-our food, you must put your stomach Uito such a condition that, it wilt manufacture its own digestive fernirititu. For uver forty years Burdock Ulood j Bitters lias been toning un and ro-1 weak stomachs to a normal healthy condition HO that tho food no lougor causes but U linn--, oughly ditfOKtud and assimilated, and enables onu to of all tbo j wholetionio required without Tear of any unplea.sfint after oQ'ects.! Mrs. Alice Becknorth. Ont., have been a great' sufferer from indigestion and dyspep-) sin. for several years. T could not i oat anything without almost are spring training, 1t was rcporlc.I from the naiu in the pit of my storn- today. !adi. Kcdns Burdoch Until ban been, presented with a floral bat by high school students. He ridea around in an automohile.loaned by citizens and lg not required to have a license. Tho 'usual license plate is replaced Illl' inscribed "Baba ock Blood Hitters i highly recommended'! tried a bottle.: and can gladly say it relieved rue. I can cat anything now, unil urn In perfect health." B, U. IJ. in manufactured only by The T. iV'ilbiirn Co.. UmHod. Toronto Once Western Canada THE people of t great city and Its surrounding territory were unable to get their for a period extending aver ten dayi. THE business of that city was disorganized and almost came to a wildcat and most improbable rumors were circulated owing to the fact that the community'! source of reliable news was cut off.' The newspapers Had been forced to cease publication owing to shortage of white newsprint, THIS condition existed about one year 390 and emphasized beyond question the vital import- ance of the newspaper aa a factor in modern life. You cannot live according to modern stand- ards without a'knowledge of what Ts happening in the wbrld. Your newspaper brings that knowledge at a cost to you. of less than the white paper the news Is printed on. WITH its discussions of public great news gathering many .features and departments THE CALGARY DAILY HERALD has achieved a high place among Canadian newspapers and is well worthy of a every Western Canadian home. YOU SHOULD READ The Calgary Daily Herald ALBERTA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER Order from your Local Agent or direct frorti the v t Publishers at Calgary. By Mail, pep year, payable In advance. YOUR N'EWSWEH -CHEftPEglCoMflOD ;