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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 27. run' LETfiRnincr: DAILY PAGE THREB Leach is Most Famous But There Are More Good Ones Coming Up BASKETBALL Tho Gniin Exchange Knox tcauiii piay at the toiilglit. ami "Y" ln to ho exact. --_ W-lhch is tlic Kroatijst i from Barons over tlio phone (sounded i like Bill "Wbat'B the mailer with you Lethurlclge bowlers? Uot colil feet? Why don't you plar that return inaKJi you promlued un "W-W-nafu stuttered Tommy the ____ of :ill flKhtlliK families. 'i'liL-ro ntv cijTht brothers of etui iill of them fiKhtors. Six of tlitm In till' rlnir. l-eac-ll. Smn. S'Nii, D.ivc. Marly and Solly. Tim .Miinv Tominy Johnny, are I Evans, making the wire hot with the 1-1 years of y.'i Iin: tlii-y have ii v.-iiin I.KISI bn cliauiiiion Kit'l in vitro! in liis voice. Say, Bill, you Imve "Got cold feot? another guess ut i how as ot Wall Street. known Hint At- IIUHIKKMI- foi--his -.vas a fishier. Well. Sam liat lu-1 iiad lo enter (he rinj; i o-u. Haai's ring career was j io abrnpi ciope by a riplit-j which landed on his chin ccraii ruunil of his Oral battle, j the next lo try il.j looked very promis- i 'We'll be on the ran' strong-arm mon, and wntch our m-iiift L'omliiE up tomorrow night, of "tho New And no mercy to the Barons howlers. lie ready. Colil feel, eli? We'll give i you an iceberfi for a footwarmer to 15 morrow night." That Is the story. Lethbridgc Irawl- ers K" to i3arons tomorrow night, for the Ills return match. Wntch for Ihe blE cloml from Barons after tha match. learn will leave here on Ihe 4.on train Tuesday afternoon, re- turning the same night. All aboard! of course, is tbe mo all for 10 i-ucci'snful lirsl "class, lie came e cliamiiioniiliiy from x'ew JlRVen. Conn.. Nov. ay emerged from the loKr.HR of to Harvard anil scored :i U to victory over the Crimson foot- ball team." It was a game marked In- frequent one of which was a prominent factor in the touchdown m is VERY t'oreinoat, Nov. as threslu ing operationts recommenced after tlio t storm siiiothov snowfall no on Wednesday -Ahich rendered it .'jooslblc to continue operations. Machines will nitiHi another start by Friday, tho.'jph. fur Thursday's mm took a lot of s-'ou- away. SOHHJ fiirm- era arc "commonring to stack crops for tlio seiiscm is well advanced. Hauling is fairly brisk apaln; but an insufficient number cars are on hand and tint rU'vat'-'rr. fill up as as cars loaded. et both on da makes an active day for the elevator mon. Wo liiiic hoard of cuai-iaminos, have been threatened liy car-fa mines, sur- vived an and have recent- ly experienced n morn-famine. Speaks by Xevellc, which war. Yale's only score. Legorc rushing Harvard's territory in the second period fumbled tho ball which rolled 10 yards to Har- vard's 12-yard line where Gates, rac- ing with Harvard pounced on the ball and as it proved, saved the epochal day for Talc. Although Harvard's defenders gave strong resistance. Yale's attack bat- tered it down a yard or two yards at a time until Neville rushed over Ilia line for the first touchdown Yale has made in the past nine years of tho football rivalry with Harvard. The i Crimson had gained ;ui early advan- (age today through n field goal kicked by Knhinson from the Hue In the first period. Although Harvard by forward passing rallies and rushing charges mado occasional substantial advances, the Crimson never really threatened to overcome the Eli's lead. The game was witnessed by a crqwd ipproxiniating SO.tlOO. Our Barcns, Nov. wn threshing 25. The work of s beim making good headway imst few days ami it ia liupnd tin; weatlioi- will con- tinue favorable for its completion. .Tt will prohiibly take a of weeks to clear it all up. A good doal of luml has beoii cluvflg'- ing hands in this diatrlct at very Rood prices. M (issirs. ('haw. Grant and liiivo, run-chased what has been known as the Tjiskt.-r seven j miles east of town. cn-isistinp of three Bilious and a huif at per acre. I K. A. Grant has purchased the old Sam Nolsrm miartor i'i'.'e miles Kouth- worft at S'JS.f'O per acre. Tills In highest price which has been paid for lauil in this district. A auction and a half of the splendidly situated well 'for (he lown trade whuii it Is raw prairie just south of largo thai lliRn1 is ac-1 Centre school has sold to L. M- coramodation in tin- way of roomu amltGnmt at ?36.on per aero. Messrs, cots Cheer UP, we're growing and Bob and tins. Errlraan have each p.ur- chaao.'l a quarter section from Schln- nacher at ?40.00 per aero. The who have made these purchases are but are en- wo hear thai, larger places face simi- lar problems. Persons who conic into town from outlying districts report that the not speculators myrely. roads are in a bad shaim for travel, gaged, in the actual work of farming and also speak of "larse patches of and are amonjj the in country untouched by any threshing the country. The outfit as yet" toward the boundary thn lino. Mrs. R. GilHs lias returned to town after her suminor of recreation in the mountains at Hanff. Thy children al- are town-inhabited onco again. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walls hare tak- en up residence in town. PLANK DISLIKES ST. LOU19 Eddie Plank, veteran pitcher and member of tho St. Louis American eague club, informed Manager Fieltl- er Jones that unless tie was traded to [selves. some other club he would quit base- ball. Ho.Is dissatisfied with St. Louis, not the cluh. for a lime. ii iiiiil iiinlilUons were "I'erweight i coast hockey but his enthusiasts arc going io their first. ;uiu badly shat-j glimpse of the famous hnok shot this torcd by Johnny (Kid) Albert. season when Dr. Gordon Roberts, for- knockfjd him out iu .six rounds'. Phil j mur Wanderer star, ggts into acjion on relived io tl'.e salesman business soon Hit1 Vancouver division. Rob- rut rr ertf, created the hook In the N. is the only member of H. A. and is probably the only puck- tht: family now ilghtiiiK profeBslonally I in game today who ran nr.vO mosl pUKnucitms o! the! curve Hie disc with the same accuracy family. in a niunhcr of ring'as a hall player displays In putting did not yos-! something on the sphereoid. Roberts' Use fiiidurr-.nnp to ever make ihr j signed contrarl came to hand last ppy. sn iie retired undefeated, Kveek, and Frank Patrick Is about the who IK only 17 years old. will most contented individual In this neck TM-ver ba a fighter for the same rea- of the woods. Roberts will lie ovftr non. though he has; r-ngaged in a fewjn-om New Westminster next week to bouiK agaiiret wishes' of his bro-ijoiu the local squad. thev.s. Roberts hat} been eight years Jlariy the only one of the j fessional company and is more ofTect- family now in ihn ring, looks like alive each season.- He started to play good one. is only 22 years old and pro. hockey during, the season of h'nr, been fisluiuy but a year and with the and the next half, yet he is one or [he many went to Montreal, where he tenders for ihe welterweight title. He! played with the Wanderers over since. iias had about-40 winning 13 of He graduated in medicine from ?.Ic- PITCHING MARVEL FOR REDS ?Mftiiager Mathewson, of th'e Cincin- nati team, has picked up n pitching marvel.who is only 17 years old. His name is Febris, hails from Ripley. Ohio. In his .last amateur game Feljris struck out 19 batsmen. TIM MURNANE'S SUCCESSOR DanioV O'Neill of Hartford, Conn., elected president and secretary of the Eastern Baseball league at a meet- ing in Worcester, Jlasa., in October, succeeding Tim Murnane as president. KEEP IN PERFECT CONDITION The Yankee owners seriousl.. a pennant next aenson, and they making all plans toward that end. Stringent training rules are to he laltl down, and each IB to be asked to include in his contract an agree- ment to keep in perfect condition. tlmm via liic K.'O. route. Marty IKK! to run away from home Gill last year and immediately remov nil to New Westminster, where he to become a lighter. Leach and Sam practicing his profession. Me makes Tvould not permit him', to enter home with Mrs. Roberta at 322 ring, just as" they had refused the street, New Westminster. Roberts other brother. But, like the others, jjs looking forward to the bsst season ilarty bocanie a fighter anyway. But -m ]Ong earner. According to east- he- had to run away and join the jie was easily the class of lo tio so. Marty, like all of his N. H' A. last season and as a thcrs. was sickly arid frail. The hard g0al-getter is one of the best in the worlt aboard the Arkansas made nijmajness. With Mackay and Cook as- man of him, however, and as soon ns pitting him he should bag a lot of he pot out ho entered the ring. Hejp0jntH for the Millionaires this sea- fought Uadoiul, tho-R-elterwDight cham- son. pion of Europe, and has been prac- matched with Willie Ritchie. VANCOUVER STARS He v.-ill boar watching. MB TJUHQ'ft if JAIAo A1 GOING TO SPOKANE Vancouver. Nov. the de- partiire this afternoon to Spokane of Lloyd Corik, stnr left wins man m_., nf IJoyd Conlv, star leit umg man of tnc- Vancouver hockey club and Ran it New York, Nov. the major league players declare n' sympa- thetic striltc. becaufie the refusal of tiie National association to grant cer- tain requests of the Baseball Players' will he a strike not against tho National commission, .but against the very of baseball JlcDonald, who -was signed by Spo- kane, the muddle over rights to play- erg between the Spokane and Portland clubs appears to be clearing.. Cleui Louphlin, the Winnipeg ama- teur, is on Ms way to Spokane, but as he was only ordered there for two days he may decide to return to Port- land. He has that right for the con- tract, he signed stipulating that he play for Portland. Frank Patrick of the P. C. H. A. said today: "H Loughlin leaves Spokane and returns to Port- land it will be optional with Lester said President John K. Tenor, Patrick to call a meeting oM.he league of the Naiioual league, in a state- ment "issued hero today in reply to a Htrike threat by President David Fultz of the fraternity. "I cannot conceive that young men like our players can talk of attempt- ing to tie up Ihuir business over such trivial matter as is Involved in the tfi.spute between the players fraternity mid the minor leagues. A strike of this'kindjwould simply meail that big league players would have to hear the Mrs.-Jas. Uradiey and faml moved into town for tb' montho. Dr. Baker hat; located in town anil intends to make this a centre for his ak host farmers ii L11C sales were all made through the firm Grant Jloir. A .narty of about twenty-five motor-j ed to on Monday evening; to attend the ylay, i anil report thnmsolves well pleased; with tbe trip. W. P. ftasrntissen hold a sale of his ly furniture last Saturday and "winter [left with MB family on Monday forj AUTO 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers 1916 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers Don't forget we can sell you tires cheaper than any place in tho wost. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR IAMOND TIRES Squeegee Tread Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER work in the surrounding districts. Pte. Piper is spending a we around town and out. on the farm with his parents and brothers. The sale of 'fancy work held under auspices of 'the Ladies' Guild on Thursday. Nov. 23, was a success and the annual dance held in the evening was Veil patronized. The music was good, order WES strictly nreserv Denmark. John Keevic, an old tinier in this !nd everyone seemed to enjoy tliem- district, is paying a visit here. Harry Sansou, another old timer, has also been here for the past few weeks. Rev. G. G. Pybus who was attend- ing the Social Service Congress at Calgary this week, returned this jn morning. id I Nothing has been done as yet for the Patriotic Fund. It looks as i[ it were about time for a move along that line. WOTKIIIS well iilMl oti i HI a lieW CIUHi I" HILH n patronized. is always a conaid-j by pulling straps over erable exodus from town on train manipulates levers ana days because tho folk from both and exercises most of his Tbe two trains a week system is working well and the service is GYMNASIUM CHAIR a whole gymnasium is con- iu a new chair in AVhich country find the new -lVeights timetable right for a two days' trii> to Lethbridgo. Philip James, farmer of Ilibbert township.' aged HI, died as a result of having his right arm mangled in 11 grain crusher. FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBR1DGE 24-Hour Service Caters to Forii Business. Let Us Demonstrate AVarucr Lenses Yankee Pumps Dunlop Goodyear Dominion Tires Have You Tried Vultex? are FiiOii FHOXT PAGE) One Taber .Mine Idle ('Kpcchi'f lo ilie Taber, ?sov. 300 miners of the Canada "West mines here struck.- on Saturday noon, and at a meeting held yesterday decided io remain out until a satisfactory settlement of their demands? had been made. This is the only mine in this district idle, th t Russia caii put men on the battle line if they could he equip- ped, which up to this date has been impossible. The whole world could not now munitions for such a great number.'' Marvellous Battle Mr. Irwin characterizes the battle oC the Somme as the most j display oi: energy the world-has ever seen. For 2S miles wide and several miles deen there is a compact mass of heavy artillery- You might say, he explained, "the very flashing of the j guns can be seen for miles and miles at night. The Somme battle field is a mass of mud, and the stencil is something that the mind can hardly i. One has to be there to ap- a its terrible consequences." lames Capore, of Thorold, who de- j sorted from the 118th battalion, was sentenced to one year. operators of the other mines, the uerior, the Rock Springs, the son and Brooks mines having already granted thn 25 per cent, increase. Ready For Conference Ottawa, Nov. There have been no developments in the 'strike -situa- as the Ottawa end is concerned. It was agreed to defer the strike from Saturday until today, in order that the representatives of tho miners might take ui> the matter with the minister of labor. Up to noon the miners' delegates had not arrived .at the department of labor where the minister is ready to discuss the situ- ation with them. p Situation at Fernie (Special to the Hor.ihl) Fernie, R C.: Nov. to -the terms of 'their .ultimatum, tho miners here and tit did not re- turn to Work this .juornins. Nine hundred workers here and five hun- AVhethor (he muddle over players is