Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MARCH 21, 1017 THE r.F, ruo PAGE THIIEB HERALD SECTION BATHE IN SIUFF IS F Seallle, Wash., Mar 21. .6 and penalized champions of Ihc I'.C. BWlillF. Into Ihclr rc'Bulcir fitrldo tonight, will won llio second gamo of Ihc world's scries by a Broro of six Koala lo one from llic Canadians of .Montreal, champions of Iho eastern league, 'Tommy Snlllh, llio velcriin Ottawa boy, saved Ihc'JYonchmcn from u toinplclo eliulo'ut by scoring a IWal Just before llio final whLsllo blew. The same, which was lightning fust for llio fjrsi iwo periods, degenerated into LI rough-house affair ajul ended In free-for-all flglit, in which players of both teams Jollied, floy Illckcy anil Couture came lordlier in center Ice about the mid die of Iho final period and (lien Lack ed off ami used tliclr f ticks, llavry .Mummery, who was on Ihe, bench at Ilio time, hopped over llio hoard ami fikatcd Into, file battle, pro cecdlug In an alterant to Ukkcy. Th nmi before ii on llie bench. Shortly afterwards Cully Wilson, ol Seattle-, and Lavtolellfl came; loRcllicr In a corner of llie I'lnk and dropped llielr slicks nnd gloves and went lo It wilh llicii- fists. George Irvtno, Judge of play. Jumped In to atop Iho flghl and I .atomic, skallng nl> lust I hen, swuiif Ills slick and cut llic of- Ijlnl Ihn face. Iteforoo Ion mmedlalcly sei! off Ihn Ice, nnd fined him ?2ii fnr hilling Irvine. I'iie game was llic most lerrible bal- le ot the year, and llio 4000 fans who crowded the arena cheered and yelled themselves hoarse. "Hoalcn by Ihc hook check, be an appropriate title of tonight's struggle, hccause it was the 'clever use of this bit of hockey cd wltll sheer speed and Eddie Franks is Kayoed in 3rd; Condition Poor Medicine Hot, March Kayo Chaliffc, lightweight champion of Saskatchewan, knocked out Eddie Franks, of Lelhbrldgc, hsre lasl evening In Ihe Ihlrd round of Ihelr six round mill. Condition told In last night's bout, Chalilfe being In perfect shape while Franks was not. A right straight to the Jaw, follow- ed by a left upperhook to Eddie's optl: put Ihe pride of Lelhbrldoe out lor the counli The bout started off at a fast clip, Frankt doing the leading. Swlnnlng wild In the Ihlrd, he left himself with the above result. Ill the preliminary, Dick Stafford of Lethhrldoc and Bert Endersley, a local boy, went three fast rounds to a draw. The bouts were witnessed by a large gathering which was Just a little disappoint- ed over the quick ending of the Franks-Challfle affray. AUSTfllANS AND GERMANS IN ACCORD Bjietll iftrcnr.o officials In cliilall iiuosllons IlerllM, Marc wlrolc Chancellor vo i llcllimaiiii-llo who recently, ent In. Vienna, two days In c< Ihcrc discuss! pcrlalnlni; to foreign, affairs, other political'mailers and Ihc military sit- uation. "In nil says Ihc Agency. "aljuilnOi conformlly nf views on both stilts boraine apparent." SOLDIERS EXECUTED SAHON nr.ws -jr.enry duspaU) from I'elrojiM'l sajs: Daion Klol.nl IICITK fired on n group of soldier from hlii wlmltj.s. Ills house: stormed- '1'ii'1 liaron wa: ml. Mi- curried lo ft1-' ic (luuy and sunnnarSy ex. Iiromplly side of cnicd. Kli'lii Mli-liacl, long ppcted as a gallon. L'UBl hilling at. llie k Kohllera promptly In.iK In. Ihat nut llio Mela on an Invaders for The Seattle men Joined in, officials could separate- crew sflck-hamllecl Ilielr way arounc tile contcslanls llio cnlirp two learns the visitors for tin early lead, and was restorc'l anil Mummery was fineJ of the. In conscirannce, some of the Irainin Many Men, Leaders of U. S., Are Among Most Ardent Trnp Arlisls Now VnrV. Mar. figures connillcil by Peter P. Carney, Philadelphia bnoster of Irap shotit- IriK. show that many men well Known In this country are ardeat ilovolces of Ihe Irap game. Among thorn ho names Vlce.I'rcsl- denl Tlionian li. Maraliall, King I'llot of Iho Philadelphia Athletics Ivvlio IE doiiendlnc on niulliif: tunic Blur hurlers -among Ilia rookie E'luad tt'nlpl i out for Ihe Athletics llila seaRcm. OWES START TO CHECKERS Dllly in Ring VI TT1J Route. A game of clicokers was (tie Ing iiolnt of Hilly MlEkc's career aa n hauler. And his rise has been meteoric. A lew monlhs ano lie was a comparative unknown. Today lie Is regarded ns the logical foe for Les Darcy. Five ycara ago Mlskc piaycil i.licck ers with a chap named Harry Brcu Ion. In Eomc way lliey'd'ot Into an argument. It was decided to settle [it wilh fists. They got llic bailie didn't last long, nystandcrs rnaheil In and slopped furllier blood ahcd__llicn. Dul' a short time late Ihu Iwo resumed llielr liatllliE. One --Kin It wns a .draw. That got me relate JllsVe. 1 f was baler Ilia Ar.d so'we kept on fighting We mixed it len limes before I wan LUBBER STAMPS Made in Letlibridge by the Herald Job Dept. PHONE 1252 able to really beat him up the way j wanted. And I won 51.50-llie side bet we made." Mtskc's success against Drenlon caused Eonio of his pals lo tell him he Imd In htm. Hie making of a peg ''So I took some -lioxine lessona got ligtils whenever I here Sack has the boh cats do not wipe them lirouehl his learn lo this progressive oul (here will lie z ereat plenty of _ _____ nl n v orn ______ i.. ii'Vinn Iho ht Ills team lo Ihls iironrcssc oul (here, w e z er For three years Connie players In Maine when the closed'sca- n-.. son expires In 1515, To protect moose as well as deer Ihc stale has placed a bounty on bob cate. iraiucu ,.L Darr's Klchl. Iral H'la iLc training will be done at llie new iiark in South 3acksctivlllc. tlerful .thliw's have been promised tori tlie new field, If is as good, as. Ihc one formerly used .by.-.Uio Packmen Ihcro will bb no complaint Oregon, Governor Ferguson ot Texas. 1Iiskc ,laB iaken'on llic hcst men John llio bandmaster, beyond rhls division ill Hie and immy, many lesser lighla in tlie )Mt tllroo or Kuj. jnQnihs nc "spot- liuullc lighl. led" Datlling-.Levlnsky 20 pounds. Anlosltrt hl won. He Theodore lloosevclt The Pcndleton (Ore.) nfdce .of the in Ihe'-Willie'Klctilinnls' camp. All the players o[ Alhlelics arc keenly -Interested In the plan to Have military training.' but there will none of Ihls tn llic-philltcs' camp. If UncleJ Sam, however aliould call biological survey hail a bonfire cenlly In which the scalps of CJT coyolea amf 32 liob c-als were used as fuel. i N'ew York has inaugurated a con- llnuous game census. The panic war- gained the uopular decision over Jack SAFETY AT SPE! In both Scries "18" FOUR nnd Scries "18" SIX, Sludcbakcr lias conceiitraled in rffining, perfecting, and strengthening onu of the best full-floating axle systcins ever put under a. car, regardless of price. In qualities of steels; in d-.vclopmciit of ilcsign; in accuracy of manufacliirc, Stude- haker could not improve on its construction, even if it manufactured a car lo sell for; The weight ot the car; the slrain of slopping, slarling and driving Ihc car; the: strain of side-thrust in turning corners nt high speed, arc all ahsorhud by the giant strong axle housing, and all of these slizhis and Ihc weight of arc carried oil this housing on big Timkcn bearings. fn Canada" 10-H. P.. FOUR 5011 I' 7-PasscnBC' SIX V. O. li. Walkcrvillo The Studebaker Garage 322 Slxlh Street, Opposite Herald. J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbrldgt, Alberta About 1500 first class breed- ing ewes in A 1 condition. Thl: Is a choice lot. Apply 1'. Fleming CAHOON HOTEL, CARDSTON Or Phone W4317, Calgary. 19-G AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL W.L. McKcnzJc Go. (PHONE 637 713 3rd Ave. 3. King's. Express anil DRAYIHG OF ALL KINDS COAL 0. 0. D. I'liouc 1050 OFFICE AT ARCADE II juni, for a corps of sharpshooters from tho ranks' of Iho ball tossers, Alexander. Killlter.-'UiiEcy, llancrofl and Mayer ivould ho lible lo iiuallfy without-any training. MnnaseV Mack bronglil his sqimd of liltclic'rs anil 'catchers. who have been training at Fort Pierce nerc Sunday and lasl night Cantaln Davis nnd liis parly arrived direct from Philadelphia. Oilier players wllo look personally -conducted, tours to Ihe training camp slrafelcd In-Sat- urday nlslil and Sunday. There arc no-camp followers, nnd not even -Hie wires In Ihc Phillies' camp hnre and there arc few persons In Mi" party except tho play- ors anil 'Ihc scribes. Davis' .snnad ivaa accompanied from .Philadelphia bv Vice 1'rMidoiU Tom Shlbo nnd Ills wife and :tirs. Wally Scliang. -Mr. Sliibe and his wife have been coming roiilli willi Iho A'tbletlcs for so many years that Ihc party would not bo considered complete without them. Mack Pleased With Youngsters Managcrsllack reports that ho Is well plenaed with lila plan of brlns- Ine some of Uls younc pitchers soiilh ncarlv twc weeks In advance of Iho l.ialn" squad. Conalo Is dsapcralely caeor lo develop somo pllchcrs. lo help out Klmor iljora r.nd Joe Hush .and he and Pal Flslierly kept'Iho smnll" siliiad on (lie Jump nl Foi J'lorcc. Jolir.crjn, who was li the parly, Is looked upon ns ccv lalu lo be one.of Iho rogulsr I dens-who, by way are. unlfpnnod _ :nd.tn observe conditions and report weekly. Most deer hunters wno really want lo preserve the species for future sport favor the one limit. buck seasonal bfrds built of clay. Larney picks out a few mayors for public 'approval who are Imp en- thusiasts Charles A. Fleming, mayor of Spokane. Wash., lie says, brok3 110 per cent, of Iho targets thrown for him at llio Northwest Sports men's association shoot last.summer. n. B Duval, mayor o[ 111 ft year ago lied for first lilaco In the Southern Trapsbootins -llnndl- c-p at Memphis. Mayor Thomas U. Smilli, of rnlla: de'lphia. is member of a gnn cluu nnd oflen lakes part In contests. All Set for Three-way Match Calgary and'Barons Will Be On Deck To-morrow al SI. Pelers- ________________ All roads lead lo the Dominion Alleys tomorrow when a real trundling fuss'is lo be staged about 8 o'clock for Ihe edification of Ihe fans. Calgary, Barons and trotting out their ptiz? duels' for the fray, nnd the pins are due lo cackle in large numbers. 'The Barons and Cal- gary doubles teams should arrive 'on the scene at noon and will spend the afternoon g'.ltina Ihe lay of Ihe land. Shovcr and Evans were doing a lillle preliminary work last nlghl, and came away quile snlislico1 with Ihslr exhibi- tion. The alleys are no strangers to Bill'Moore and Ernie Stark, the Batons duo, while word cornea, from Calgary'that the Cow Town henchmen each have for n middle name. management are clear- ing decks for n crowd of at least -1000. One will be "covered to provide accommodation for the crowd, and if the S. R. O. sign is hung out it will be sufficient .for the rabid fans who wouldn't miss the clash on 'a bet- Two sets of new tourna- ment pins will arrive lonight and the alleys are speeded up lo a nicely, so there will be no kick corning. The match will start about S o'clock, so get your seat early- lain lo be one ol llio roguiar and Schancr has looked nilgniy f e-ood in the early workonls. Schaucr had experience wilh llio Giants and lasl year -was wilh Ixnitsvllle. o( llic nllehers imvo uenefiltcd by the coaching Ihat they got. from Pat Klahorly, for the little EOiillinaw was. 'In his days, ahoul as deter a pltchJr llicro ever! wns In lleldlns his position, while he was an nrtlst 111 filching runners off first liaso. When Manager Mack called ttic roll of llie complete squad he found llio following players In his sacad: Pil- chcrs, JlilB Johnson, Home. E. Jolin- E6n Schxior, Smith, Adams. 11111. Selbold Hush, Myers, Pamhnin, Kccfc. Nabora and Noycs: catchers, Meyer llal'oy. ticliang and Plcnlclr, inliclrlcrs.' Mclnncs, Graver, Dales. Wilt Rowo illtclicll aM I-iwry; out- outfielders, SlrunV, llodie, Hamil- ton Ley and William Johnston. li will" be noticed that Connie bits' Ilirce .Tolinsoiis In Ills squad nnd as usual (here Is a "Ilulic." Since 1502, when Itulic Wadilell Joined Ihe Ath- letics, tlie team baa never been vrllli- oul a Schaucr Joining the ch'il) )usl as "liubc" liressler uaa i-cnl io Ihc Allanta club. There will be far more work done in llio Alhlellcs' camp Ibis spring lhan Ilicrc has been In several years. Atlcr he rounded up Ills wonderful combination, wliirti began winning pennants and championships in 1MO, Manager Mack did nol haic lo put on the pressure In llic spring lie fell so confidenl of his (cam lliat he Aid not wanl the players lo. BO laic llic rare tral.ic.l to Ihc minute., AUTO OWNERS WE HAVE -JUST KECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF Chains, all sizes Our prices on TIRES should interest yoni have ;i large slock. Our Special Ford Tires BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF HARRY HOLM AN, Mgr. Place BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Closed' and, healed cars for country trips. We make a specially "of. hos- pital calle. Quick Drlvcra Hurry calls at night answered prompSly. Try us. DAY OR NIGHT Phone 120G PRAYING OF ALL KIND6 COAL C. 0. D. PHONE 1345 Tunier Witchell Office al Kennedy's 410 13th 3L DRAYING 01 AH Kimls WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Freight Sheds PHONES Office 1163 Stables.......... 10H Over 700 Service Stations in Canada, Expensive uphoislery doesn't prove that a car excels in quality. The real quality of the car is determined by its powfir axles, CtC, Both .by laboratory tests and'actual service tests, the different parts compos- ing the Ford chassis have proven them- selves superior to those used in other cars. Ford Vanadium steel has never been surpassed in quality and strength.- Residence Phone Day or Night. Day Phone', Palace Confection- ery 663 Henderson Garage, The Hudson Ruto Livery A big Six Cylinder. Seven- Passenger car- Onn n'. llic besi and most conlforlalilc cars ill tho City lo ridn, in. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED "Heel us at the Palace" Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue, S. Lethbridge !3 otatoes Wa nted. CAR LQTS OR LESS Must be Good siztd, sound while stock. I'lione 732 or call at SiUinilcrs liny nun Gi'iiin Co. 12il 2nd 9.