Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
TIIUHSDAY, MAltai 22, TUB DAILY UliiUUJ PAGE THHEI5 HERALD Amateur Hockey Champions v r- Old fi'fiindby of Pillsbiirg I'irnlcs Wavering tt'Jiollicr To 1'lay This YKII- TORONTO DENTALS, of wliojn Jerry I.afliimmo U captnlu, is'lio guc- r.ccrtcJ in taking HID Allan Cup to Toronto after dcfcallne (lie Saskatoon Pilgrims tiiul Winnipeg Itl tlio lijf.il scries nl Young Ross Pays Us a Visit T v Would Box Here for Patriotic Fund rhreo Itivnls Will All lie There Has (JrcuL Hopes Of Copping Get out four otj megaphone, polish up your most raucous root- Ing voice and trot along to the Dominion Alleys tonlgM, yell ycr head off for Lelh- bridge In (he first set of the matched series with the Calgary and Barons doubles artists. For il3 to' be one grand and glorious game, Shover and Evans out (o step hard on the gun and un- cork a little speed, Drown and Grny are coming down from Cal- gary with It nil doped out to break even with the couth teams here and at Barons. Then when they get on the Exchange Alleys up Cow Town way they figure on piling up a score that will bring hcme the bacon. The ganicBj of which there will be live, will start about B o'clock and the shouting should be all over by 10. Young A I. Ross, pride of the south, ts hack In the city for a few looking 'better than ever. Ross arrjved from Seattle yesterday and will be In the district fur n few daysj making arrangements for the seeding of hlv Farm at Purple Springs. He has return ticket In his pocket-and expects to return to Seattle lo continue his training school for young boxrrs, Ross stales.that, ho is willing lo appear here durinq his slay In a bout With any-gootf middleweight, all the proceeds over the actual expenses to QO Jo the Patriotic Fund. There Is at Manyberrles a coming giant who styles' himself the "Many berries who has been aching for a chance all winter to show his wares against Ross, and if the powers-lhat-bc ayreeable to a match being staged, Ross is agreeable. HOBS has been doing well at Seattle where, he says, the boxing game is rjiven good .support. TRAINING CAMP NOTES TO-DAY'S Sport Summary tiporlfiig wrftorfj with Che Cubs saj positively thru. Harry WoUer Is sure of a regular outfield berth with Fred Mitchell's team. Jimmy Archer, unattached, ahovvct1 up In the training of the St Louts Canllnnls on March 7. He ileii m n- ii I led lhal he; was looking lor Uelioit, Marcji ]lo wgs ceived "li ere; today (roni the training; a on jn camp of Inn flelroit Americans at "vicinity thai rcnuircd his presence, Wniahnciile, Texas, sny -the Detroit .All this talk trpm Martin abuul Ike liall players arc 111 sympathy with, :i' wonderful billing Llcimy-Kauff is do- hiff lh.it Jicjmy has to, abandon they concluded publicity counts after" all now- arc- receiving- :H la nnilereiood and bis start of press (fml'the Cleveland club already' hats [agents. taken sucluacllorj., Toiisilllis, Iho bane ol tall players, nave claim- claims "its first announced victim of cd thai the rfrfJfr causa eovoro slrnln the season in Outfielder Tom Griffith upon muscles not brought Into play of the Keils, who Is Ihn on the baseball diamond, ami thai Ihc In tbti train in? camp at work 'hindered1 more than it liiitf Shrcvcnorl. helped thclrplayiiig. They liavc been U is hard to lose Herman Schacter. r wEili bals'lnstcad or guns, and, x0u- he, has attached himself to the (L is understood tills das hicn un- XCH' Vork Giants and Is proving so an aid to John McfJraur lhat he is llfccly to be kept cm llic payroll popular.' Cubs Dtfcal ScalE S to 2 Siicrtiwicnto, Cal.. March Chtcago Culis evened (heir scries ivltli; Manager IMltclicll of the- Cults Is Francisco' Const leaguura today, said lo liavo counted out Herbert vrinnlriig 'on' the locnl by a fi Hunter ami Himiey Conirrcy as third (o 2'score. AVoHer's run was n 'mo nosalbtlliicii :iuil Uio situation feature. Governor Stevens inlclicil Is iiarrowinn to the iiolnt where Char- tho first ball to .Congressman Chnrlca ley Deal lias Iho call on (lie job! K Curry as IjnMcr. 1 Announcement comes from Denver Chicago Sfcbnds Deal Holtister lllllL Detroit will turn Ucn Dyer Uack Holllslcr CalI'March 20--The sec- bnL (hc "ports iroiu rto nnd team of (he Chicago Nationals confirm, Tho Iraining eariin rcrjiilrctl ID InDinga today to suMuo ou D-vcr la lnal llc third a local "4 2, each Jot) wt" t'io Tigers. 12 hits.- CJevcland glvljig i 4 12 2 Q yovnig catcher--namei 2 12 ;i Krojcl. Stan Covalcshfe. fa (lie oril Scaton, 7aticl DitlhoofTcr; Wai re, aqiiar) who knows hsv.- lo Hick-ay and Thurhcr, llironounco name and 'the other ylnycra Krcjci, Pat for short. Chicago, Mar. swim- mere Jn the dual meftt with Colum- bia at New Haven set a world's record for 200 yard relay race, Winning in 1.42 1-5, of a second under the best previous record. Henry Miller of Detroit, moved to first, place in the all-events di- vision of the American bowling congress .tournament yesterday with a mark of Leaders In other events were undisfur-beef, their marks being: Five-man teams; Birk Brothers-) Chicago, doubles: Me- and Peachey, Indianapa- lls, Individuals: Olio Kall- usch, Rochester, 698. Jack Dillon, Indianapolis has accepted ternis for a bout Les Darcy at New Orleans, on April 7. Iaii3 Wagner will ploy thin miii-on Is ilIU :i mailer of much iluubl, Kor Iho Irst time In Ills tarrcr, the veteran him npparcnlly ilrm-1'k-il to UBS up tho [rafnlng (rJp. (Ji.it of the IJucraneers svlilcli In Uiis City jmlled out at Ihc PciuiKylvaiila Station last TriilEij morning. was not with ihem Ncr wan ho nl tlic stulliin in sec nls mates off. He al local hrnd- hint hut iilcaaant.-'-tl Is quite cvldcr o UIOBO who navo talkc.1 with hli hat llornis, onco so cinhusJasttc to he Kamc, has lost'sofne uf that spir: ;incD lie dcslerled bachelordom, Wagner still hanhc-rB nflc-r a job as scouL and H may bo that he will Ii not ;it n salary ti hns hcen oHered Tor iilayhiK. A :huugh was not to receiv JID.OOO this year, he was, accordki :o Presidf.it Drey TUBS Icmlcred contract calling tor more money tha any oilier member of the Plltslmr teaiii, except AJanager Callahaa. A I'itlflburg team without We _ in the lineup will, appear strange, i deed, until Ihe fans 'become lonieil to ahsencc o[ wl has tlono more than any olher (o kei the lawu the dlaniond map, Hom ties come lo be almost n PittsLuiE slltulion, find Iho'c'slcein in is held here was shown conclusive on Iho .occasion ot Lhis forty-tbl birthday, when fnns'froin all walks of life u lifted in doing him honor. There Will NcM-r Qe Another. It Wanner has really decided to re- tire, as seems probable, lie lias Ihc satisfaction oE doing so, knowing thai liis place U ncvur likely to be wholly filled. They don't-- moult] Wagners these days. There may have been ball players Jusl as t vrbcii consideration j-lmi Lo nallvo ability, lily teinporamcni d jlJ, he Is It) n cla.53 tilmecU, ;md llko may never bu found apaJn. Sonio ot (its admirers still believe it ho will flH'l Jl t-J re- I llic cpll ot Ihe illumgiul, HIU! thai c next two or Ihrec wcohs will fiini Jil5 iT.iy Srjdbwiird. JJe liHhnalC'] thai, whether he do [OH lo play or not, ho inr.y make un tonioNJIc trip ivldi JUd brWo to Ihc iccancerri1 at Columhus, (in. CAN'T BUY MEAT London, -Vurrh was elated ID Uio ot Corrjuonfl last (hat Iho C'uuadhiu govei'nmciit nave not found In a position lo buy meal for ihc hcime guvcmmciiL, bul have lieljicd tu various other wnyfi. C'aiimlian lii'ms liovc Kent ton thousand, ums ot frozen meal lor the iirmtr.4 sliicij "N'oreciibrr, and Itic KUV- 'cnuiK-iil aro Iniylnu more as fust as RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lethbriclge by the Herald Job Depl. PHONE 1252 ECONOMICAL POWER U die very lite of your car. H is (he energy tint mates car lean in Hie instant get-away. The energy thai carries 'you swiftly and smoothly on high speed without efTort. H is Hie energy that lakes you over Hie liills, through tlic deep sand5, Ihrough the 'drifts of winter, POWER nrakcs your car easy to drive on the Road or in Traffic. Power makes yon forget llic njcctanism of your car. It meets the emergencies of travel and traffic without noticeable efforl, without faltering. That is the way SlEtfebakcr has mafic Studebafccr cars the most powerful cars cu Ihc market in ralio to weight; I They have made tlicni powerful by perfecting years Slitdcliakcr liifginccrs havn concentrated ihcir skill improving, refining and perfecting Studi-ljakcr motor designs, until loday SludcbaKcr is the most powerful car on lUo market, in ratio to size or coat i At the same time it is economically powerful. It gives you great power very reasonable gasoline consumption. "Made in Canada" 40-11. P.. FOUR .................51375 GQ-If. P., 7-PasscnEcr SIX ........5I5S3 F. 0. U. The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixlh Hf raid. SheepforSale About 1500 first class breed- ing ewes In A 1 condition. This Is a choice lot. Apply "TV. W. P. Fleming CAKOON HOTEL, CARDSTON Or Phone W4317, Calgary. 79-0 SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF CLEG- TRICAL WORK. W.L, McKcnzie Co. PHONE 637 715 3rd AVI. S. J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbrldge, Alberta King's Express and Transfer. t, GRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. 0. Plume 1050 OFFICE AT ARCADt Dlher Exhibition Results Shrovcport. La., March Leo Magcc, according lo announce- incnt. from Lho training camp of the mil Nationals 0; Slircveporl, Tesas, Yankees, is lo lie first a'ssistaul to league, I. j First Laseman Waller I'ipp. With Waxalmclilo, March Charley Mullen Rono Jlagcc will step Lrolt AinoricaBR' 5; Pallas, "Texas In It anything happens lo.Pipit, league, 2. I John McGraw his annual -j slUNl of pitching a Eamo at Martin OE course some one had lo spring'on March -1 ami his "the. Irftb- II. Grairtland Itico aiifgcsls that the I ivnn by n scoro of S til 2. Ho York .fJlnnlfl usp Marllnlhad llenny Kanff on hlg loam to help rillcs in their.military drill. ami llcnny EOt ton or a dozen hits. AUTO OWNERS Wfi HAVE .JUST RKCIEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT Or Chains, all sizes Our prices on TIRES should interest yon, AVo. have a lurgc stock. Our Special Ford Tires BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, tf.gr. BOULTON'S :_AUTp L1VERY_ Closed and healed c.irs for country (rips. We make a specialty nf pilal Quick Drivers Hurry calls at night answered promptly. Try us. t DAY OH NIGHT j Phone J206 The Ford Is T HE average man can easily afford a Ford car. It is the mo3t inexpensive car to drive. 20 to 25 miles on a gallon of gaso- line is an every-day occurrence. 33 miles ia frequently reported by Ford owners. Yearly repair of less than one dollar are not unusual. The cor is light in weight, and tiree give more mileage on a Ford than on any other car. You can buy a Ford for yourself and one for your wife for the price Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, Ooer 700 Ford Service Stations in Canada. of one car at. You can run both Fords at about the same expense as for one larger, heavier car. You can always sell a "used" Ford at a good price. You have to accept a big reduction for a "used" larger car. Go and take a ride in the 1917 model. See how comfortable it 19. And stylish, line effect, tapered crown fenders, beautiful finish. You need one for business. Your wife and children need ono for pleasure and health. Fort Garage, PRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. 0. D. PHONE 13 5 Tnnicv it Witchell orilct at Kennedy's 410 13th St j DRAY1NG Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds i, PHONES Ofllce 1163 Stables 1064 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbndge Resilience Phone j Day or Night. Day Phono, Palaie CcnffcctTon- sry 663 Henderson Garage, Itie Hudson Kutb liver) A big Sii Cylinflcr. Seven-' Oms Ih'c Iicsl and mosl coniroclablG cnra in Ilia City to rlda In. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED "Meet us at the Palace" Potatoes Wanted CAR LOTS OR LESS Viust be QjOd sized, sound white r slock. Phone 732 or call at Hay ami Grain Co. 21 2r.d Avenue 9.