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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PhXiE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" - m -  By G. McManua HAVE TOO BEEti -OUT VALK1N' TIME? VJELL - I STOPPED IN THE PARK TO WATCH THE SQUIRREL* IT* V/ONbERFOL TO THE UTTI-E. A*�lMM_�b PLAMN6-THET WOOt,D COME R\EE Trie DEVOTION OF THE MOTHER TO HER LITTLE CNEt> - I JOW SAT THERE. AH OREAMEO~~ Mfc 01C! WNTV MOORE i m' VAHT6TO KNOW IF v0OR CONSCIENCE HURT* -T-^voo - t3^T HEAR THE, AHDULAfHOl BASEBALL BOXING RACING 1-SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Kirkham Wins First Golf Round] i--�- -c- -*- Course Being Put in Good Shape J. S. Kirkham, first, 4 points.. A. Mara and W. Crawford, tie, sec-ton d, 3 point*. ' H. A. McKillop, third, 2 points. Inspector Chaney, fourth, 1 point. Above is the result of the play in jfthe first month's week-end series 'which is to decide the winner of tUe Captain Hume trophy. The play took place over the week-end, 36 players taking part. Following are the net f'scores of those who turned in their cards: J. S. Kirkham S5, A. Mara ST. W. i Crawford 87. H. A. McKHlop 88,Insp. t Chaney 89, J. S. Cather 91, T. Oxland T. W. Fox 92, P. W. Pennifather i 93, G. H. Toll 93, N. T. McLeod 93, E. i H. Wilson 95, R. G. Dinning 95, M. S. rMcArthur 96. J. Adams 98, R. R. Davidson 106, H. G. Moore 106, R. Hincks 106, W. McGregor 107, F. Waddington 109. Captain Hume himself *s not a contestant but he turned in the very creditable score of 90, a 43 and a 47, easily maintaining his position as scratch man of the club. The play will continue the first week-end of each month up till September, the high man at the end of the Beries winning the trophy. The members who played round on Sunday are greatly pleased with the new greens which the committee is having laid. a�o. 1 green was completed and the sand and oil combination is proving a great success. There is also a movement on foot to have the course harrowed, dragged and rolled, and some grass seed sown, and if this is done, with the completion of the new greens Lethbridge should have the finest nine-hole course in the west. E T Will Resurrect Them From Cold Storage-Some Great Bouts For the Screen $50,000, claiming Ball had them with "laying down." charged    BASKETBALL *  * The basketball season is very near , a close for this year, and never has I the game thrived in Southern Alberta : or all Alberta for that matter more i than this year. For a wind-up the  Lethbridge team's oldest and keenest rivals have consented to visit our fair ; city in a last effort to dethrone their  conquerors this year. The news of a ' Kaymond-Lethbridge game is enough }in itself to assure a good turn-out and t the keenest kind of competition can : always be expected. Raymond added another star in ttheir crown when a week ago last [Saturday they defeated the Browning [Indians by the score of 31-28. Extra (time was played in which the Ray-jmondites scored the winning three [points. The Browning, Montana, team J consisted of three pl&jiers who were 'team mates ir Carlyle University, the (biggest Indian College in the States, ...... l*nd had speed, to burn. The game ! J*** n#e_iB 8aVi thtt]e ruling and Ping Bodie was a pretty sore pas-tamer when he heard that Connie Mack had disposed of all his stars. But that was before Ping bad been transferred from the Athletics to the Yankees. In Bill Stumpf at short, Pittsburg may have picked up another "ball hawk." Chuck Ward is a ball hawk and a mighty fine shortstop in many respects if he gives himself the beat of it. The action resemblance of these two players is remarkable, there is not an inch difference in their heights and their weights would be almost identical. Stuinpf was a better bitter on the Coast, many of his, drives being of the long-distance variety-.- Pittsburg Gazette-Times. Outfielder Harry Heihnan of the Detroit Tigers has been put in Class 1A by his local draft board at San Francisco and he won't appeal. Instead, he ;tu played inSOardaton. After this 1'victory they feel confident-of sticking 1�M over Lethbridge. A dance is ar-Irasjged for in the S.O.E. hall after-i wards and a good delegation is ex-; seated from the Sugar City. Thursday , night of this week is the day scheduled for the game. keen for service, although he regrets he will be called away from an invalid i� * BASEBALL GOSSIP.  >>�> � * : ? ? * : * ? : * ? > ? * � * R. H. B. Fort Worth, Texas league 10 16 2 Chicago Americans....... 2 10 3 Batteries-Pat'tee and Woodail; Benz and Lynn. Cincinnati Nationals..... 7 7 2 Detroit Americans....... 8 11 3 Batteries-Schneider, Jacobus and Allen; Erickson, Kallio and Stanage. Dallas. Texas league..... 6 12 3 Chicago Amer. tregulars) 5 9 1 Batteries-Kinney, Lewis, Wilson and Bowie; Cicotte, Faber and Schalk. Boston Nationals......,.. 3 3 7 New York Americans..... 7 10 .1 Batteries �- Tannevan, Raman, Hughes and Henry; Monroe, McGraw and Hannah. R. H. E. Pittsburg Nationals...... "> 6 0 Philadelphia ............. 3 S i Batteries-Jacobs, Steele, Sanders and Schmidt; Geary, Myers and Mc-Avoy. FRED TONEY INDICTED. Nashville, Tenn. - The federal grand jury returned an indictment hero today against Fred Toney, a pitcher of the Cincinnati National league baseball club, for the alleged violation of the selective service law. The charges grew out of Toney'a claims for exemption on the ground of dependent relatives. He was placed on trial today. WINTER WHEAT IN U. S. Washington, April 8.-Winter wheat production tills year will be about 500,000,000 bushels, the department of agriculture estimated today in its report showing the condition of its crop on April 1, to be 78.C per cent of normal. Rye production will be about 86,-000,000 bushels, its condition April 1, being 85.8 per cent of normal. ALL-STARS WON. from PBONT PaOH LIVE AUTO CLUB President Green of Local Club Assists-75 Attended the Meeting Taber, Apr. 6.-As per arrangements Mr. V. E. Green of Lethbridge, visited Taber to effect an organization of an automobile club. The meeting was presided over by Mr. D. Lloyd, calling upon Mr. Green, who gave a very concise and interesting outline of the purposes of an organization of this kind, and the benefits derived therefrom, told of the good done /by Lethbridge and other clubs and that the affiliation with the provincial league would be of a two-fold benefit, placing of road signs, thereby assisting all over the best roads, etc, Mr. Green is very enthusiastic and the crowd, numbering some 75, very much appreciated- hip assistance. The following officers were elected; D. Lloyd, president; H. F. An-nable, 1st vice-president; Robt. Ibey, secretary-treasurer; directors, John Anderson, Thos. Martin, Thos. Henderson; committee chairmen, membership, Mr. H. F. Annable; good roads, Mr. H. A. Beard; entertainment, Mr. Peter Hammer. Mr. J. H. Prowse, Mr. R. Ibey, Mr. Billingnieier were elected as a committee to draft bylaws for the club's guidance. VETERAN DOCTOR DEAD the resolution submitted to the house. He said he would not object to belns present at the bonfire suggested by the leader of the opposition but. did not think it would take place for some time yet. R. L. Richardson of Springfield, Man., moved to strike "hereditary" out of-the resolution by making it apply to all titles. The proposal was approved by other members including Levi Thompson of Qu'Appello. Sir Sam Hughes, while favoring the resolution was inclined to think that the aristocrats of England had done more for the cause of the people than the people themselves. Sir Robert Borden in closing the debate drew attention to the fact that an amendment had been moved to the resolution which if carried constitutes a request for the abolishing of all titles in Canada. He thought careful consideration should be given to the wording of the resolution and pointed out that a large number of titles and decorations which had been granted to Canadian soldiers for service overseas might be cancelled by carelessly worded resolutions. He therefore suggested that the debate be adjourned pending preparation of a new resolution. ' Sir Wilfrid Laurier asked that tho premier arrange for another day on whicli the debate could be continued and this Sir Robert promised to no. Levi Thompson of Qu'Appelle, approved tho amendment. Hon. R. Lemieux referred to the conferring of the rank1 of baronet upon Sir Max Aiken who he said had libelled the province of Quebec. Sir Sam Hughes wanted to know from Mr. Lemieux how Lord Beave,'brook had libelled Quebec. Mr. Lemieux referred Sir Sam to the epitome of the war written by Lord Beaverbrook and published in both French and English. Sir Sam Hughes warmly defended Lord Beavdr-brook. Labor Real Autocracy While declaring himself in favor of the order in council and the resolution. Sir Sam emphasized the democratic stand taken on numerous occasions by the British aristoerary. The real autocracy of Great Britain, he said, was the labor unions. Flavelle The Cause Some member of the house mentioned the name of Flavells and Sir Sam came back with the remark that "Flavelle was the cause of all the turmoil." Hume Cronyn, London, supported the resolution but wished to dissociate with any reflection made on English institutions. Hon. W. S. Fielding, while expressing hearty support of the resolution could not occur in all that had been said with regard to the titles. Sir Robert Borden subsequently move! the adjournment of the debate. St. John. N.B., April 8.--Dr. Boyle Travers died Sunday, 94 years old. He was one of St-. John's most prominent physicians and tho oldest in his profession in New Brunswick. He had been 65 years in active practice. _RROW Collars FOR SPRING CASCO-2Vtin. CVtDl'V/$li? Cleveland, April 8.-By defeating Toronto six to three Saturday night at the Elyseum, the Canadian All-Star hockey team won the series both by jrames and goals, taking two of 'the threB contests and scoring twelve goals to ten. It was by farthe besUcontesfof the series. (j j which would, he said, provide for a ,j, j civil service commission, and a classi-,;. j fication of the service. ,j [ Venereal Diseases Free diagnosis, treatment at the government's expense, compulsory examination of! people getting within tho power of the law, providing means for getting entrance into suspected places for the purpose of making examinations, and putting an end to quackery, and advertising were, said Hon. G. P, Smith.. Uie ii�9sP features of the pre-. Do Not Waste Energy On Aii Old Tire Pump We Handle All Types from $2.50 to $15.00 BAALIM MOTOR CO. 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