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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIIBIUDGB pMUt HBItAUl THITRSDAY. WML tl. tiNGING tJP FATHER" By G. McManus 14 1*1 ootrr xoo ever "J^'NK or ANVTHINC OUT CClNc: OUT'* "YOO LET MF. AO OUT THEN  V/OHT HKVK TO i'HtNK ^ A�ty>o"i �T- VI -V ritiHm- WITH HW T^OOMV' -) ALONB.!  Hopt I An HE'S ^ONE-^ BASEBALL BOXING . RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF POWUNG Vulcan Ball Meeting on Saturday .-- -- -*- Local Fails Meet Friday Evening On Saturday afUmaon r�|w� MnUtlvM of tiM kaMball alwb* f Vulcan, Champian, Carman-Stavaly, Lamand aiM Lalh-�rid|a will maat at Vulean to diaeuaa th� fonnattan e� a Mrth-rn Alharta laaatw. To data l.atlikrid�o tana havont th���M- mHali akout kaMftail. tra hard to feat a lino on tho �wallabta matarlal and alill hard-r ta rind MtyoMo in a paaltion to Nhndia a toam. Howovor a faw of tha fano hava daoidod that a �Mating ahould bo hold to throah Ml tho MHOatioii. on Friday vonlnt at olfht oc'oloek tho b�|a TO aakod to foroflothor at tho Horcid oHieo U talk It evor. Thoro la eno thing, Lothbridfo wlH hava a taam thio. aummor. but ��h�thor It will bo ^raly lo-oal or whothor � mattohng of paid playora will bo brought in lo anothar ^woollen. It it a foro-goM ooMliMlon that if Lath-bridlgo gooa into a laaguo with Vulcan and tho othor tewno along tho Irtio. a good battory will hava ta bo aaiMWid. Tho othor toama aro out aflor ^ayora now. ut Lathbrfdgo will hava a ball ciMb and tho big roaaon la daylight aavinf and tho nood of a ilttio rearatlan. Evoning gamoa wlW b� OMy undar f�M timo. Urtififl at �:4f (old timo j>:4S> tho |wno will bo ovor and tho orowi avtay boforo aundown. to no ndttar whst tho dociolon aa rogarda tho loagua tha fan* will �aa aamo (aod bail gamoa horo thIo OHWimor. 1WQC8BBS0N tlGERS'ROSIER I for aa bvoraco of naarlr .400. fortiiaatoly  Tlgor �cout �aw wtillo Jio wu In the mid^t of battiag agroe. Maohanical Work Coed. Joo'a aaelisaioal work i� all and him that RAYiiiin HERETOMGHTFOR lASIGAMESEASON Big Crowd WIU Bt Out To Sec Old Rivals Clssh-Dance After IH Dtcide to Carry Joseph As Well iyr�s This as Waxaliachle, Toxaa, April 11.- ttncbia Jennins* boa donnitely ddod to rotain Joe Cobb on tho Tlgor roator, for a part of Uio aeaaon St laaat, and tbo Dotrolt toam will ow havo twa Cobba aa attractloaa. taatfad of oao. It ia quite a Jump for a yousator, to coine from a CiMB D laacoo to tbo majom, bnt tka former Blue Ridso leaguer haa torsod tho trick. )a aiw Joaoph U ntich amaller taan Tynit. bat in Uie buab be wielded a. bat is the aame atyle aa bia MMiro famotia autoaake. The fore| psrt tt l�8t seaaon young Cobb wasi witk a taMoty team Ib Eaatem Pena-oylvanis. Along towarda tho fag end o( the ooaaoB tbo maoacer of the Cumborland toam of tha Blue Ridso Idscne ooedod a oatehor, ao ha algned ObU>. Althonsh tha' kid only caught ta a few gaoMa, he slngsod tho ball could bo aakod of a catcher with no I nor* oxperleoco, and it han ao im iprooaed Joaalasa that he la con-1 fldont that the boy has the maVinga ' of b btg-laagno catcher. He haniliek. !*bd what hla name was in the original tOBftto one can only surmiae. Wfean '^raa reported to the team, ono of tbo flrat thinga he asked waa which tolkm waa Cobb. The proa-eaco of tke two will likely prov� an added attraction during ttie early port or tko oMUon. and they will furaiah mnmi toaturea to the writers la othor cittoa. Baaketball fane will hava their laat o(lpa�tunlty to ooe a game thia aeaaon tonight when Raymond again invadda. Raymond-Loth-bridge gantoa can be aaid to �l-waya have been tho moat inter-eating thia year or laat. The rivalry between them ia the very koenoat and it ia pretty hard to aaaart with any apeeiai accuracy who will win beforehand. Thia ia abaolutaly the laat game thia year and la a befitting way to cleae the aeaaon. Baaketball for four ntontha haa taken the attention of a large number of enthualaata in Southern Alberta and ita popularity haa been greatet thia year than ever. There will be. a dance Immediately after the game in the 8.0.(. hall. MONTANA WANTS BALL. , Croat Pnlla, Mont.. April 11.-.Moi tana will have a atate baaeball loagiw. it plana do not fail, to In clttdo Butto. Oreat Kalla. Helena, Mla-aoula, BUUnsa and LIvtngaton. Tho laasue would poet>ibly be only BoaAvMSaailooal In cbaractei*, but it U tolt that it would be aelf-aupport ias> which ao profeaaional league haa baoa la tbo atate tor many years. Bscbaagoa of Tiowa between the d-tloa namad are aald to give hope of orgaaUatloa. TtCHNICAL KNOCKOUT Collars rOR 8PMWO CAfCO-lVrii. CLYMOMlla GREAT THINGS ARE EXPECTED FROM YEAR'S COMEBACKS (."olumbua in 1917 wUl bring him back bettor than over before. Jonoa will alao give tha ToneraMo LNarrow iBCBpc From Fire-Red Cross Work .(Prem Our Own Corr�spond�nt) Taber, J^prll 10.-On Friday laat Mra. Bvelyn Col well, wife of John Col woU, dlod auddenlv from a paralytic atroka. The doceaaed was purauing tko roatlBO of her daily work when tho fatality occurred. The remalna ware -ooftVoyod on Saturday by the htiaband and aon to their former home la tha United Statea where the body will be interred. We hava alao to record the death of liOttia Langel from typhoid, accom-paalod with hemorrhagea. Mr. Langel waa a minor of aeveral yeara reai-donco In town^nd leavea a widow and toor children. The funeral was held on Wodneaday morning from tha Ro- (CoNTtsosb wmU PkowT Passi Parallel with Matty'a case la thg^ man Catholic church. of Bill Donovan, who, depoaod aa manager of the Taaka, is back in a Detroit uniform. BfH was algned aa a coach for pitchers, but lie haa aB> nounced that he will get into shape to l)ltch a few gamea if he is needed. -T- Ever Fee! This Way About It At the Seventh Hole? Man in Chicago, atatea a veracioua exchange, topped three ��w balli, one after the other, intO'~ a atream that cuta /bla home courae. Than he threw hia midiron after tbo balta, chucked hla bag of cluba after tha iron and. howling with rage, cbaaad hla raddy to the clubhouae. What a terapeatuous aort of place Chicago must be.-Philadelphia TelegraiM>. Thia chap muat have boon tho twia brother of the golfer who aomo ydars ago arrived at the pond or home bole at Garden City all aquaro with hla opponent Tne latter with the honor to get off a fine too raaahle over thn water to the groen, 144 yards away. i The other player put his flrsf ball into the pond. His second followotf suit. He gritted his teeth and oaM, "I'll get over that dog-gaatad pond jf it takes an day ' Ho had fonr more balls In hla bag and these ho played into the pond. "Caddy." ho aald, "go over to the clabhoUM and get me a (fbaen new balls. I'll aa� whether thlb darned lako'll get me." When the caddy returned tho player's nerves were In a slate of frakilo. so there was little wonder that be put tho ireah 12 Into the wator. Before the ripples from the laat ball Had widened out. tho golfer atoppod off the tee. tooli the bag ot clubs from the The annua! ory in baaeball campa Is "what will the comebacks do this yearT" From the standpoint of 1918 the question Is more Interesting than In former yeara because of the number of players, particularly pitchers, who win attempt to do a Brodle back into select circles. The call ot the nation which took almost 100 playera and recrulta from the two big leagues hit pitching staffa of a number ot clubs especially bard The result? W^by. the old boyt* who used tu more or less fool the swatsmlths up there and gradually 't'''^otVnl"^^',^.,�r^.2;:^/'^".fr"'^dd7�and marchmg down to tb. or coaching are preparing to oil up , .^..^^r ,w-,,, .^p outfit intn th* nnnd the old Boupbones for another whirl ritL--*-"^^^^ Sllaaaapelio, April 8.-Billy Miske of St. Paal, wea a technical knockout over Tom Cowlar, English heavy-walgbt, la Uio aavanth round of a ackodulad toB>roand, ad daclaion con-toat kara toalskt. Attar the �2giish baser bad boaa knocked down twice tor tbo const of nine, the referee stogpad tko fiskt to aava Cowler from furibar paaiahmont.' Mitchell Springs IjWk front and rear, are af the shock aboorbint type. That ia, the l>eek| Joe Wood 1.4 Maid to be rounding In s)iape in New Orleans, Wood* ability to pitch or his la Teacher Raaig'ia. Miaa Marjison. teacher of the first grade in our public school, haa tendered her reaignatlon to take effect the end of April. .\s Mias Marjtaon Is one of tho oldest and most efficient and popular members of our school staff and has always taken a live interest in everything pertaining to the town's welfare, her departure will be greatly regretted. Another estimable citlien that Tabor will be losing the end of the month is Mrs. E. McCaliuni. She has felt the call of duty and goes to keep house for her eldest son In I'tah. Mrs. McCallum haa been a realdent of Taber for over ten yeara. and is widely known and highly respected throughout the district. She will bo eapecially missed in the Presl>yterlan church, where she has been a faithful, ronaiatent and active member. She will bold a sale shortly ot her Ilonaebold effects and in the meantime haa loaaed her home to Mr. Richard King and family, newcomers from Grand Valley, Ont. Dr. O. B. Rose, recently of Coal-hurat. began to practice In Taber on Monday. Hia office will be In the Tabar Drug building. He comea highly racoramended both aa a phyaiclan and aurgaon. Mr. Oaorga Bain, electrician at the Canada Weat mine, who a week ago Monday auaulned a aerioua tall from an aloctric light pole, ia progeaalng alowly. Some of the nerves at the baa� of tho aplne having been Injured, cauains partial paralyala. He ia in the lonal hoapltal and under the care of Dr. Hamman and of Dr. Connor of Lathbridge. . Rad Croaa. The Red Cross society have pur-cbaaad three sewing maehinea tor uaa in their headquarters in the Tens-well building. Oh Wednesday, April :ird, the Rev. A. C. Bryan united in marriage Mr. James Pappas and Miss Emily Sibu-llah, both of L�tbbridge. After spending a day in Taber Mr. and Mrs. Pappas went on to Medicine Hat to visit friends there. Congregational Meeting. Laat werek the Methodist church held tha(r annual congregational meeting on Tuesday evenlnr As a buslneaa and aocial gathering it waa the beat held in the history of the cause here. All obligations have been met tor the year, and it ia expected that by May lat the church will be entirely out ot debt. Mr. Phllpa, the pastor, has been Invited to remain another year and his aalary Increased ll'OO. On Tuesday evening Mr. Hawkins gave a very Interesting and instructive Ulk to the United CB.B.T. claaa on 'The -Making ot the Garth." We woirfd auggeat that tha Forum exacu-tire induce Mr. ilawUns to repeat hla addroaa at one of their public maatlngs. Mr. Charles Hllliar of Coal City ia to dallvar the next talk to tho boys' claaa, tha subject being "Campcraft." Wonton'a Inatltuta. The Women's Inatltute la having a farewell'party on Friday in honor ot Mra. T. Bates, one ot ita moat faithful and roapected membera, who la leuving ahurtly to realde la Calgary. Narrow Baeaps. Dr. Hamman's home hod a narrow etcapa from tiro on Wednesday murn-lag. 1� some way tha chlTdren'a play kottiw, adjoining the horow: cautfxt fire asd but tor the apeedy arrival ot tka ni^ prigade the whole property would tiave been deatroyed. Mt. Cecil .Mkbon haa rented the b�me it Mr. W. Lauo aad will be meylBB in right away. fEba gorambla for houaeii to rent eaBUnnSi unabated- Cap Lathbridge spsra ua a doaen or motif The Klag a�ors� iiot4 ll cloaing would bo heavy aaougb. It therefore resolved itaelf ao tar Into a matter ot compromiaa. Naoo tndaraaa It Alex Roaa apasklns on behalf ot the labor orgaaliatlona aald they were generally asreM on tho principles underlying tho bin. The majority of the inen employed In other industries than the railways were ouite agreed on abondoding under certain conditions their common law rights, but they claimed a larger indemnity. The tirat mlaiinr pointed out that under pruent cAndUlons organixed labor had lo tight t^e Inaurance com-panlea for the (oDiiwniatlon. but un- ita dining poofl^ an4 will run henceforth aa a attalSkt rooming houae. Mr. >Iack and Mr. Chrta Donaldson were visitors from l.