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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VHK LKTHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD T FRIDAY. APRIL 4, W9 VBfclNGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus TTLL'EM I'LL, fie DerwN VTOVE The Sport Page "ALEXANDER THE Cables From Frante He is Sail- ing and Cub Manager Smiles CHICAGO, Apr. Cleve- land-Alexander, premier pitcher of the XiUbsal League, lias sailed for hqme nii" the Bochaiimbeau and is due lo in Xev York April H. otficialr ot the Chicago XaiioiiatE "srcre advised onto and came back to Montreal the which he pss he handed to Mines. The day olfoirlnp, Miws, it is dis- appeared from GREAT FALLS OFFERS FOR BIG CO .i NEW YORK. April offer .of reached here today from 'Great Kails. Accompanied by an assurance that the.Willard-Deuipsey figbl there.. The men .who the offer assert that if. Promoter. Kickard ac- cepts this gnarantee they wEil immediately begin to construct an arena capable of accom- :niodating persons. Kick- i- now it> _ is expected io.reach this city next BY BLUFF TO SEME April Baseball was 'blutfed" into inakfnB >eace with (he 'Feclerai league', accord- ng-to testimony, today, by Jaa. Gtimore. president o[ the lat- er the Baltimore Fed- eral ClubV JJ1W.OOO .damage' suit against the National .and- America-i leagues and officials of the Federal League.' GUniore, also oiie of the indivi- IITHGiSFLSBEY ta Meet Tail in Ed- monton for Championship and Can't Meet Ingle Ualoc up a flatk: encounter in ridge is just like picking gold nuggets lip on Filtlt street. Every mstch.looks sure something .along aad suins up the wcrks and it's all off. There was'.a thriller of a, match in the offing for April 11th. George Ingle coast-lightweight champ, was ail set to'cforae. and meet Johnny Xoye of St. Paul.-'Then Xoye flivvered and Paul son, who ftUCBtiluled for him. nad to humpback. Then it was all set for Ingle .to meet "Harry Anderson, bu; Clonie decided need ed some bor office receipts and came oat of retirement to meet Anderson In BdinoEton oil' April tOth.- That''left local an available and about the onl> satisfaction local-fans will get out o the whole mU up will be forthcoming -Anderson put a tin ear on T; today." .Thii news was conveyed in a from the pitching star. .41- cuBtfer probaMy will coine'-girectlyito Chicago upfni receirmg his di'charge Officials of the Cnbs iope to hare him pitch the opening game If possible cm 4pnl 23 J' MONTREAL HOCKEY PLAYERS BEITER SEATTLE. April was raade by Manager George Ken- nedy today thai Jack JlacDouald, Bert Couture and Joe Hall, members of the Canadiens, arevstill suffering a high fever from influenza here. "Xewsy" Latonde, Bertanquetle Manager Kennedy are now well on the road to recovery! Cleshorn reported afflicted with a slight touch of the 'flu. The rest of the visiting team are well. The announcement was authorized by Manager Kennedy to put an ond to reports reaching eastern Canada the entire squad was at the point ot death. dual defeudanU 'in .the suit, the :irst witness [or the defense. He told the'jurj- of the gigantic "bluff to Corcc- pea'ce ia the baseball irorld, when it was no longer posErblE for the Federal League to contiatie. The major league officials, Mr. Gil- nwre testified. "lelll' for- the bluff and made overtures which, resulted final- ly in. peace and dissolution' of the Federal leajue.' overtures, he said, rejected; ihut he aivlMd- his Federal league ciatea ,i'Hii' tie- or ftir the e "negotfatj'oiVs, "Mr." Gilmore stat- ed, laughed at by the Major lea- 2ae Ut- erVas'hiade by ihe raajor leagues, Tjiit was rejecteil by the Baltimore club, Presiflent Rasin, of the Baltimore club, was present during the peace negotia- tion? Mr. Gi 1m ore stated, and did not dispute that-, the, Tederal negotfalion committee had (all power to Rsport e Ais evening. ly waniil'U) get.back to MONTREAL, April Ken- nedy, manager at the'Caoadleu hockey team, ill with inHueaia.in Seattle, Is reported much a' message to his wife today. Mrs. Kennedy Is leav- ing'for'Seattle' Mr. Kennedy .Montreal with' the other members of the Canadiens now sick in Seattle and a special train may be chartered to convey them home. The Truth SEATTLE, April Kennedy is greatly improved and will be able to sit up S. W. Kennedy's nurse said today over the telephone from the fcotel where (he Canadiens are' stopping. BASEBALL SUNTS have come here from Ihe east staling reported ;jlr. Kennedy was death bed The reports absolutely, false, for >fr. Kennedy, is by no means as dan. gerously ill as'Treported." Lalonde and.Bullet Pilre it was said today, may remain on the .coast to play lacrosse. Hockey Players Bettor SEATTLE, April 'fin- en players of the'Montrial and Seattle teams are all reported doing well today except Joe Hall of Mont j real, whose condition is. still serious- Manager George .s reported greatly iml is talk here that all the Montreal play erasable to travel willpleave1 for hbm Winnipeg, a man whom Ihe claim that the will prove hene polks contend Is Edward alias 'ficfal. while others claim that at his of Canada'has jiot only signed the ar- refuses to sign, despite two increases a it will cost carry the isllc public r-e intends lo go hod for the season. tbrouta jrith his bargain. _. I tarry Herrmann says' that he has lit bout will be a grand altrac- tloii i r. j trajB lutJL iiu Ud3 boat will be a grand altrac- otferfd a salary to Oulflelder Kiilie Ronsli that eguals the any oih- Charles F. Moian. alias Gordon Mar er outfielder in the National League of Montrca 'oVed. HIGH RIVEB (From the Tirart.) Perhaps the saddest' incident ta tin toll of the Jnfhienza panic which have felt obliged to cironicle, ha occurred in the family the Jat Mr. Xoah Waktiord. wflhl'ri a week' time (he lives of' Mrs Noah Wakeford and two son have succumbed to this disease, Mrs. Waketorrt dying oh Thursdayi March WDI. Hoddk of the Navy ami Ptt. Stason U Wond-Up s (From Our Own RAYMOND. April Barrus to tlunk all those who render- A 'such valaable" daring 'recent ilhaess and the death of Bafrus. Mr. Barrus, is survived ty. a'wife, two daughters and three ions. i. His second son, John, is at ircsent In England. John enlisted In he Royal Force, more Ihan a ago, aud has'-been in England or eight or more months. As soon is fully recovered from he will go back to Spring Codiee, wbfre they have a large farm. which the boys will continue lo oper- ate. Navy Man Back Wm. Huddle, son .of Chas. Huddle came hone last'night, quite unknown ;o anybody but liis own folks. Bill Joined .the'naval forces some'two vears !agb. While away some of'the Mugs he has seen and done voulf appear very interesting, in print. He oaks well andi thinks the navy is tlie KEt.branch pt the figtiling machine to 'Anothpr Soldier Home Jack Raymond man who" has been for Be ail y three years cane home pte. with: several..ptter Rayinoiid'boys triuisferfed after- reach ing'. England. Pte. 'Mehew was in England only; 'i. few days before he was sent to.France; He was ,a "ila'ciumlth :by.trade, thns he was reijy and onalitled to do lhat kind of work in Ihe array .'without the laborious training re- quired for the infantry and other parts of the army. -The basket ball clnli had the wind- ng-up game of the season Monday when the members .met at the hotel to liear' the' sec'relafy.treasurW's report and incidentally eat the.dinner irepared.by Jlr. Giicnis. :'After'supper it was proposed that a manager 'for n'eit'year be elected. This was done and Bid MeMrum wan Hie favorlle. 'Clif. Naliiir as manager gave his ftfrtwell speech beto.-e leaving tor The club bid him God speed and added a small aunt of mon- ey'for Clif to use to see sports while away. j No New Cases Developing Spring Work on Farms Has Segon in Earnest vMAGRiA-TH, April (jmran- une was lifted on-.Monday, but the Health officer would like tho people, lo be careful as ('acre are still a num- ber of honses; under the ban. School commenced .Tuesday morning, but no children attend from families where ..thrtif te.aay sickness. -People art also asked not to visit in homes where therei is sickness o( aay-kla'd, to rrevent spreading. NVnew casea o; develpptd but there is a great'deal of-Bickness among young chHJren, but no AH (lhe fannersj who have been llv- ing in' ton n' during the winter are mov- ing b'ack to" the farms, and farm worlt w-IH commence-In-real'earneEl. V Lands wire was'received frcnv A. ,1. Mercer stating that he landed In Hall- on April He .will b> hpine in a few A Triends of Mrs. Besne Pixton at the home of her mother, Mrs. on .'Mondajr to spend i the evening: with iher'. b'sfore leaymg.for her aometn Idaho: -The Relief Sbciely will hold their annual celebration on Tuesday neit, YOUR LIFE INSURANCE It OF; >-..l THEUTH05T IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE PREI- ENT TIME TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY. Do you k'itow that the capital value of the life ot a man, age earning per annual, to hU dependents Is over 517.W, and his iasurabte1 value over With the ever decreasing value of the dollar, the nan who, perhaps, was anply in- sured fire yean should to day DOUBLE hU protectloa. Talk over your inturaice needs with your SEE The Agent of CANADA LIFE H.J. RSKEITH Sherlock Block Phom 1J4I Magralh TraJlnt Co.. keirt; and T. J. Davles. wreath; J. I. Chip mail and family, cross; sprays froir Jlr. and Mrs. B. Bennlthiv Lletft. and Mrs.- R. C. Swift1, Taylor, .Mr. and Jtrs. WrighT, Mr. and Mrs. Kar- ren.LMru.Mao' Watson, Mr. and 'Mrs. I. C. Fletcher. ker, Mr. aad Mrs. Pefereon, nortnce and Mr.'and Mrs. Roberts and Hood, Mr. and '.Mrs. B. -Malkin. .Mrs. Willgrast, Mr. andv.Mrs: Norton' and .Mrs. Clyde Bennett, Mr. and! Mrs. flillier. .Mr. and-Mrs. E. .Tinner and one or two others witi no cards NAVIGATJON OPENSj PORT ARTHUR vigil Ion on Thunder opened for the season today TtTi, and Mr. N'oah on following day, then .followed .the death of the son Clinton MI the day after, ami the seconit, son away' on -Wednesday, Ilevs. W. B. Herbert 1st. -H. Wll- ford contluctert the at the homd and cemetery J'at '.'OkotoXs. There remains ot zhifff pt fire, only one little girt Vahoot tiro years old. Roush, standinB pat wllb, members of the; age a boicr sbonH be in action at a demand for salary which Herrmann and other baseball insiders have pro- nounced extrcbicly Big Kd. Konttchy, who lias been succeeded by Waller Holke as the ikaves' first baseman says he will re- tire.rather than spend is left yf iiis career in tlie minors. Kaward-JlcJiride, alias "Big'.' iM3i t-.vice a month. Ixraia Sealer will of health met on Monday afternoon to discuss the health and 'nppri the discontinuance of all ihgs, the closing of'ppjirt roomB, and other, places of commer.cing -Tuesday. Aipfll 1st, -tind nntil such time ns may'in their .opiit- was arrMtei- toSay by Chief of Detectives -Defective Joe Early in 'anuary, the police claim, mines made the acquaint- ance here of B C McCougliim, a weal- j Anderson and thy nerohapt of Toronto and Induced I the same style hi Tall for this important bout, and he is Reeking the Eervices of Tom Mill- hall (or the champion's sparring part- ner. Tail have of losing. practically ig. Tlicy rely to boy tone slock In a Meilcan'chiefly on a" short leftjali. It will be company. J. i a of one. beating the other to t A Mid ttat wltk IIOCW In a few [punch. Both ire clever ana fast and J COIlfl1 tierefore. Mr, JtcCwgfllrn returned to Tor-largnmeot. l up a grand Outfielder Ai Wlckland and be deeir.cil RunnyHcarne, of the lioslon Hraves.l Jlra.. husbsmrl hive not Elgneil. and both Insist tlialpg engaged as foremanjifttie Round. :iio iigures In their contracts most be T ranch, died at Iier twin'in'High' raised before lliey attach their auto- 1 Marty O Toolc lias been traded by to the San Antonio club of the Texas league. 11 %vas only a few years ago thai O'Toote was tho mosl lalked of pitcher in baseball. a short -Illness. t-he AT YOUR SERVICE! MCIMMR WE HAVE OVERHAULED 100 CARS To jatf.ifactlon at our customers. WMV How did we patronage? tECAUSE our charges moderate. Ail work guaranteed or no money. ON4.V THE VIRY BEST OF AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS Will kMc5Ers. llocnn Broi In 1002 -lloggan ar rtved In flls'.! Itivcr fn the district. have lican engaged in the ranchlss A.Tbhi ioduld have beea .lield 3n Marei jith, btft on account of'lite (luarwrtine'.' The i'kind June program wil! be cirrltd nut, cum- raendng ai 3 o'clock in'ihV afternoon. All married people are invited. (Mr. ani'Mra. LJpyd Satiey ".''._ Jlr. R. .W. nradshaw and f, wish to thank all .those wlio assisted -tlienv- In- their recent 'sad the many'kind words and the beautiful florat'bife'rings TrbW tlie June_and' wheel; Gladys, heart; Prof. Bvans, anchor; Richard Smith and MMr: antf 'Mrs. .Geo. 'Pingle, wreath; M. A. Coray, spray; Wra. Sa- bey and fanrily, anchor; Mr. and'Mrs. ipray; Mr. and Wra, D. T'. spray; Mrs. spray; Mr.-.and' Mrs. Kloyd Bradshaw, spray; "Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Bradshaw, Judge1-Jackaon, iir. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H; Elton, Iliy spray; Mr..aod Mrs. Z. W. Jacooa, >pray; Mr. and :Mrs. O.tlund, spray; Or. and'Mn. Bee- man, Ked-OoM cross; .Bank.of Montreal staff, harp; .PINCHEBlUREIEK (From The Ec5p) It is quite a.treaCto'Jee' Sergt.-B. W. Forster's siajlipg face lowli once more. He.arrived on Thunday .absence of :-.fojir and seven Jeft with the first batch to .his dfstricf.'and' Jotaert. 4 'Winnipeg tattalfon, v'.t A very sudden., death on Monday wnen James Therrlauff passed awaV at his home ioutii of town.- Th6 deceased, whp'hasi ilirays been.in the best of heaKliVwaa taken ill Sunday evening 11 o'clock, and In.splte'qf-'every, ellortlo iave him. died at follow- ing morning.' Mr.-TherrlagH-has.been a resident of this dls.trict for the past 25: year3 and had a.large circle 'of friends. Besides and 'three children, he leaves loss, two sisters, Jfrs, Ed: I.agrandenr, Pin- Creek, the other residing in- ,thc East.'as do irfreie brplherii. The ..funeral -Vhlch "held Wffd; neiday morning 10 o.'ctock; from 3l! Mtcliael'6 Church, was very, largely attended.'. Interment took place In the St.' it, H, Hogan >'arrlTed In town 'on Thnrmlsy'after- two'years In Franco with the Araiy- -ABfaularK-e wetki frienltkhi, town'.hc twill continue'his journey business -jlncft that Mr. in. will leate Ih6 High River district, while John will remain here lor a time.' Their man'.friends-hero ivlsli thin every success wherever they locate. Mer.sr'8. Johns ft McKar, of Brast, have disposed of their In Ihe general store at Brant to a Mr. Urquhan, of Ijcoarte, Al- berta, who cornea MfMy, re-. nUnimcnrled for Ills awl ta-' ftfnds to carry on (he buibiil fairly well along the fame of CLAIM DAMAOC8 OUT OF QUEBEC ..'QL'BBBC. April A loial of WW damages was claimed from the city ot CJuebec today as a. sequel lo tat riots last Blouln claims year. Avlla because he claims he .got a rifle. bullet in the leg and suffered amputation >M K- Hlouln a relitlre of clilmt be ctmt', he ulitei, a soldier proditcct him In back with x bayonet. The city disowns any saying al the time the city was sndiff the guan ot Ike mllltla. Roth men they peacefnlty golnf when tlify were uhfht li an on rii A Ihe -u THE RADIATOR MAN FIFTH the local .shipyards wont out o'ra.tHat run. FOR SAL6 A Nomber of Secowl- rood repaired of these casings bought between now April Tmc, SERVICE co. J The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP UReHable Gcoria FarquhariorT, Prop. Tin -Tailor, Hh S'_ 8, OH! BOY! Tint's whit you will when yon eee your next relrefcd, I( it's 'dost the "DRI KURE" WAV Yonr tiro will be built up with the best of new material wfU rwefre by curing In rmr new Rib a dnlca and fiBjsh nut ptoue iKotl i Valcanizing Willdrd MOTORISTS The dririnj narnn li drawing near. Have us call and examine your battery. We are equipped with all re- pairs to meet the reqaire'nients oJ all batteries. _ Don't tte yoQr car np because-, your battery is We win rent you one at nmall cost while your own Is being' charged. We have a full supply of new batteries on hand. Get our before purchatlnc 311 7tfc St PlMMill. Our Used Cir Department 4CtaMcrCkcmkt, 1917, Cyi-ate Oulpm, 1917 I CytMcr MeLMtU.., 1917. 1917. foe-Tm Track. BAALIM MOTOR Co. OF UNION SAlifK najj. mt aMrtM irt ,Mr you ttttntirt. will ;