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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WI'.DXKSOAY. MAUOII 1017. TJIE LliTJinniDGR DAILY IIF.BALD HERALD CTION 'A most cnlhualastlc meet [UK 'ol wlcldcra hcltl hbL cvcinng al Ilio Chinook Club wlir.n Uic tiuic Club got away to a good isliirt. Tills fa a most popular fiaiiiQ as It Is suitable for Ihc oliL aiid joung of both woxca.- Tho -city aro It tlictr licartcU support R I cv lik-iil ilrjl ll .will add iinotbor big nltractlon to Ik-uJcrson. I'ark anil will- prove a'lifg hctieflt to HIP public Kenernlly, The following officers were elected lor (lie coining stasoii; W. A. Iluclian- 31. P., .mill Ills Worship the Mayor, D. llnrfiio. Hon. I'fenl- ilcnU. .S. J. Slibplicrdj I'rcsMcnt; W. A. I'urfccr, vlcc-prosMciil; James haw- c.-treasurer; executive V. Pnapsl, Hume son, lion. rommltlce: and A. Duff. f-arllcV Commlllco, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs, lluchannri and Mrs. Ritchie. The 'officers clod oil are live wires find arc not going lo Id the srov.- under their own parllcuhir feel In gcttlne ihfugs In right shape. They lioyc to announce tlic opening nt an I'arly clalo which may lako placo on Kasler Monday, but (dither not fee will lie given n-hon the dalo Is fixed [lellnUcJj-. The clerk of llic weather wllh a surly scowl says licrfc u- permitting." AH right, old chap vilial you say goes. Smoky Joe's Arm is in Fine Shape "Both Kdinouum and Calgary have nuniclpal links nave prov- ed to Ijc successful fJnhnflally ami everyway, llierclorc, why nol Letli- Ige'; havo Just as much OIJGM air ns tliey Jiavc. inim one has described lite game 01 golf us I) el rig a game ot which you try your hardest lo loso Iho >all ami then do your host to Ilinl, U, thn tlrsl one to find his ball uettiK lie winner. H really is wonderful, .hough, tlic amount of real Vi'liolc-Eomo !un you can net out ot a hall wilh ;i coujite of chilis, to say nothing of Iho licnofit of tlio hcalth-KlvliiB cxcrt-lsc. One can KO rounil a D hole course tulco.In an afternoon and la amazed when ho comes lo cutculatu (lie distance he walked, whcrcna 1C he liail aitouiiKtd to walk the, name (lislancc willioul trying In lik tlial in, hall, ho. have glvnu up al n qunrlor of the distance. Tlicti DID keen ynu feel when you iiuiJc -A Good rtrlvo from otf the ice anil you KCC your soaring ID Uio ilJjtanco until- It fades Iron) sight altogether. The noble game ot golf Is siicclally recommended as an antidote to dull care, anxious rears, business worry and all nf that ilk. Everybody is invllcil -to haiid in (o Iho lion. Scc.-lheir Tor Ihe sea- son and lie furnish a Leaullfully eiiKravctl recctyt freu oC charge. TRAINING ..CAMP NEWS TO-DAY'S Sport Summary Chicago, March Cot- fty, Dublin giant, won from Terry Kellar, of In Ihe (lhlrd round of a ten: round bout In Brooklyn when" Kellar's Ecconrfs threw In the sponge. The men are heavyweights....Kid Williams, of, Baltimore, defeated Jimmy Mur- ray of New YorX In a ten round bout af York. Williams weighed one pound heavier than his opponent. Gus Satorlus and William Holz- schuh of Peorla, won Ihe two-man event of the American Bgwllng Congress tournament at Grand! with a ccore Ql OUo Kallusch, of Rochester, N, Y, the leader of the singles, with 633 and Henry Miller, of Oetrofl, won (he all-events The tournament closed List night. Norman ROSE of Olympic Club. San Francisco, in winning the. national amateur athletic union championship, New York, for Ihe 220 yard swim In a 25-yard tank set.a new world's record for the distance with a mark of 2 min- utes 22 1-5 seconds. WOULD CONTINUE TO PLAY POLOj Should Not Be Abandoned In Case! of War, Says Chairman Xew York, Mar. In n, tcUor ad- dressed lo A, Hazard, HCCIC- jn'ry of Llio I'oto association. 11. Icrbert, cimfrman of (lie ussucUitfon, dvccfllos Mm roniiminucc of polo In llic cvcju of var with Germany, ov'r-v arn] unilor military Mr, Herbert, "should In en- ayccJ tu iiolo will afford our a useful recre- ation u-lieii and ill the fin me I fine kayy up the eiririta of Uio 'slay sit Iiomc3.' "Tito horses, loo, it II) be kept fit for an cmcr.m-ncy call." WOMEN OF RUSSIA TO VOTE FOR ASSEMBLY lias IJPPII settled (liat women for niffnibprd of the coiiKlltuciu assembly. Willi such-ra- dical chimes here iiN a niftier course. s EQUAL SUFFRAGE Our rfiusc is Us innjc-sty iH'tiilriu.slr; Ha lofclc: Is its SUCCUKS [s y. A mournful laic comos from the camp of (lie Dclroll Tigerf. It Dial John Wood, Hie young pitcher from Lli a Virginia tongue ivlio ivas nfglily touted, shows .1 arm a. result of. working too much for his learn hi si fall in (he Virginia pen- mill raca. It lie a scout's uUfci, or II may ho Iruc llul Woorl'a man- ager alniKcd blm after making a sura Chicago friends of JOP, Tinker, Charley Thomas and Tom Witacm are) planning lo go to Col us for Uic opening clay of Ilio Assnctatlou sea- ton (licre on a special train, They' mean lo give nov; Columbus urs a groat nig send-off. Hn.vmond Mat Avlist lo Take on Montana Champion al 'HALL SAID TO HE A COMER IN THE GAME Raymond, Mar. San- Bom, the Montana grsppJtr, nnd Dudley Hall, of Raymond, are for a match (rvthe opera house- 'here, Thursday, April 5, These! boye are very well match- ed and those are in louch Wilh the wrestling game predict a tough, battle. Hall, and the Montana Kid are about .the same weight, nnd both have a good line of science. What Ihejlocal.man lacks is experience, biit'hf Ills share "of .that Jusl novV; hayina recently re- turned "from Saskatchewan he emerged best in every bout he participated in.. HE is now tram- ing for the big go here on April's, Though Cleveland ia strong DJI rJghl- haniled pitchers, Manager Leo Fohl is going lo'dciicnil much on southpaw pitching. Jle feels sure of Hochling and Comnha and thinks Ihnt Petty, tlie San Antonto recruit, may come through nn-J giro hhn a -llilrd Icll- antler. Mnnagcr Mntlicwsmi hna reversed lie ideas of hlH predecessors v.'itli Ihc] "icds1 ititchers.' Insleatl or eodtllhiR; lium alnng he lias elected to start' licm ofi haril anil live iiintiiEs' worl; eauli day Is thc'achcdulc for the heav- ers. TJio wisdcun of Ms (ilan irlll eloii later, buL Mutly ouglH to Tr-iinor Krt Larorcc or the Piltsburc 'iralcs Is slroiiK for- tennis as Ihc KauiG lo limber 'ball playcra'-In spring cainj) and part of (he iicnl of the Pitisburg Club at Coluni- jus is ;t lot ot tennis nickels and b.THs. The iMaycra will not 1m re- quired lo wear-flannels or hlazcrs. 'lie dire ncirs comes from the cast dial tlic magnates have decided to cut off. supplies of shaving so pcrfintied ualcr. fare croam, etc., in c luh hoiis c a nnd ilia t rda y ers wlio shave Ihemsclvcs will have to bu> their own salve. TliJs may for another- slriko. ll is a rca from the player's [i< of viciv, Chicngo, Mar. 2S (Special lo Chi- cago AVood, .formerly with (lie Uoslon Americans, bnl jiow with Cleveland, is back In tlie game and lifs arm Is said to lie in fine rfliano. Local Bowlers Were, "jinxed" Tommy Evans and W. S. Sliover returned ycslordaj- from I'alyory Mlor meeting Calgary uurt llaions in Hit; inler-clly liowling eS-ciit. Tlioitgh trlmiued on the series, llic locals arc not. downhearted -it all. llul they tire bothered by Itiuicli thai somebody hung a .Ihe scries. '.Spills holhcrcd them from tho linio they, slopped out for the first game hero: "During the series Shover annexed splits or mi average of nearly two a ganib, while Evaiia had 23, or about 1.5 per name. In view ot the fact that Ei'.iiis blew ,ouly S frames in Die 15 games, while tho local learn blew only 25, as against 3S for Calgary, and for Barons, the locals can't be blamed if they put Mr. Split down as their jinx.- However, the lioys are game and will be willing lo go Ihc roiile ayniti aL a later date. Economy is Gost Divided by Time The reason wliy (lie Sludcbakcr Four is llic most economical four is hccausc of llic extra quality, the extra fafcly, Uic extra power, the cxlra low upkeep. Extra safety menus llic extra feature of strength which takes the slniiu of the shod: which wrecks the small cheap car.' F.xtrn power means smooth, vinrationlcss operation, not the. jarring, jerking, rucking strains bfjovcr exerted power. Extra low upkeep is tlie sum of the ad- vantages mentioned .above, and it is tlic sum of economy, nnd that is why Sludcbakcr bt'- licves it is better to put a little more money and a great deal more quality in manufac- turing a car like the Scries IS at and at Ihe same time give you genuine leather up- holstery and tlie same quality of fitliiuja and equipment that you find in cars costing more than twice as much as llic Studcbakcr.I'our. We repeat thai the Studebakcr Scries IS is tile most economical lour in the world. Come in and lor demonstration. "Made-in-Canada" 40 II. P. 50 H. I'. SIX F. 0. lUValkcrvillc. The Studebaker Garage 322 Stxih Slreel, Opposite Herald, J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbrldge, Alberta Auction Sale Register Farmers or rancbere, If you contemplate having an auction sale cf farm ftocft it wit) pay you to see Ed. Popham, the Bar- ons auctioneer for dates. A IsfJcJ patron Is my best adver- tisement. Having had 30 years' experience In raising and hand- ling all kinds of live slock know the value of Game. This is the secret of my success as an auctioneer. FOLLOWING BALE DATES ARE RESERVED. The late Edison Simpson. Tuesday, April 3, on Sec 29-12-22J 4 miles east of Damns. HorseSj cai'.le, hogE, machinery. ED. I'OPHAM, The Barons Auctioneer AND ALL KINDS OF TRICAL WORK. W.L, Co. PHONE 037 718 3rd Avt. S, King's Express a nil Transfer. DRAY1NG OF ALL KINDS COAL C. 0. IX Phone 1030 OFFICE AT ARCADE Chicago, Mar. 28. (Special lo the1 Chicago Jimmy Clabby, Hammond, Ind., pugilist, lost his cfiancc to succeed Darcy as middleweight champion of Australia when Tommy Ureii, an antlp'adean boxer, battered him In twenty rounds at Sydney, N.S.W., the night of February 17. This information In detail, arriv- ed yesterday in Australian sport- ing papers. CALGARY AND BASKETBALL For some lime past basketball (cams in Lcthbrklsc, AfcilicJno Hat and other nieces have been hurling i-liaUciigc.1 at'Cnlgary. For the In-! formalion of. these le.inis, the address ut Inst jcr.r'a tiiiskelbaU tnain Is hero o[ Army Post Oft'Icc, London, Kng-. Challenges should LR sent direct lo that anil any team that would like lo mcci. them, 33 well fls other (cams [fi bas- Vclball or anolher game whlcli ir, somewliat the rage Jusl novr, cnn ar- range with any Calgary recruiting officer to facilitate inert gary Alucrlan. One might be led fo bejterc from (he loregohg thai ultra-loyal Calgary lind Romething Ihc recorci or Lcthbridge in rccruiUnfr. But Hog Town lias sonic distance lo BO yol Ijeture llicy rival llic records ot Lclh- bralgo, whore more than men who actually resided here, have join- id llic colors. Tn-o thoiiFaml out or a population of Is n fair record, considering the fact (hat al least of nur population in composed of foreigners, many of whom came from enemy countries. 'Awl one might nsk loo. what ultra- loyal Calgary was doing with a "champion haakfilball icam" in Ihc winter or 1D15-1E? Just a year ago -fit (his dale Ha Chase was discredited, iirnctlcally bJncklMciJ oul-of major IcngUQ play, nnd ncknoivlcilgud far and near as 100 iier cent, has-been. No one even thought of tnkiiig him on n Irainins irlp. Will someone kindly look over Ihe rocords and sec who led the Nnlional league at bat last Tall and ivas picked ns the ijcsl (trsl bus cm an In the game? The Vankocs claim Hie 'liovior' oi udiiK llio first Lo mice military drill, llcforc Charley Conilskey's drill ser- "Pal" sajs a Philadclplila writer, know any more about, baseball than a pawnbroker knows geant al Mineral Wells could impark his hit, Sergeant Gibson, of llic Jlacau rccruitinR slatiou had token hold of Hie Yankees'and lined them up. lln played no fnvbriles, cither. for cighl snorting writers connected with New York newspapers were com- pelled lo fall In right aflcr breakfnsL To show Ihel unlversnl military train- ing Is what tlie word implies. Con- tain Til Huston also drilled willi Ilio players nnd scribes. TO O K E COLLARS IS CENTS EACH BROS. LIMITED MAKERS MONTREAL What we Advertise we Sell. What we Sell Advertises Us! When Joe rcjiorlccl lo Ihc In- diana nl New Orleans hu iliacrtvcrcit that he anct Tris Snc.ikcr hail hocn assigned adjoining lockers In Ihc Hub house. "Seems like eald Smbkej- Joe. "It ts 5ust the way Jt n-.is for several jeard tlie Itcil KOI." For a few days more, only (ires. Get your chains for we! weather. your car liave (lie polish. The new style .bumper is all the rase. We liave (liein and else dalc. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY KOLMAN, Mgr. Quality In The Right Place Over 700 Service Stations in Canada. Expensive upholstery doesn't prove that a car excels in quality. The real quality of the car is determined by its plant, transmission, etci. i 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. Ford Motor Compaay of Canada, Limited 1232 Third Avenue, S. lord barage BQULTON'S AUTO LIVERY LelhhrMgc, Albtrla 'know the country thor." oughly- Wc have had the experience, is paid for. TRY US. Plione. PRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL c. O.D. PHONE 1345 Turner Witcliell Office at Kennedy's 410 DRAYING Oi'All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. R. Frelgh: Shtdi PHONES Office 1IB3 Stables ...........1064 Residence Phone Djy or Day Phone, Palace sry 668 Henderson Garage, 5SS Hudson Mo liverj; A bis Sis Cylimlcr. Passenger car. Onn of Ihc best and most comfortable can in the City lo ride in. COUNTRV 1RIPS PREFERRED "Meet us at the Potatoes Wanted GAR LOTS OR LESS Must be sized, sound urhitQ slock. Phone 732 or calr at Sa'iiiuicrs Hay and Grain Co. 1221 ;