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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIS THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FHIDAY. APRIL 12, lOlR -BRINGING UP FATHEr By G. McManus KNOV >rOO FEEL 5AD ENO � ^'""^'^ .Milwaukee auea; Mm forced hlaempo^^^ ^ ^^i^ich will he in- II V.*^i^ ir^rfffni! "'h�'-""n8 to Lethhridge Fan. the Braves by James E. Gaffney to , ^^ Percy DHa��hton afforded another, .j,,^ ^ 1^,, ^^^.^ ^^^^.J^ opportunty to demand a raue. whl, , jj,^^.,,;^ Mitcheli and (Unle Tait. sent L^-j^' Haughton agreed to,,^ Periscope by .loe Jl..�0�. . . ,, _ ">an.^' Kdmontonians will "�.v*'**'/l-.*f*''ll''' ^''*^-i*hen ho worked for Bob and .Mm When Christopher Mathewson was, ^^^^^ ^.^^ ^ j^^^i^, ll*"^"^ laation waa mainly responsible fur their success l.ethbrldge once more brought d.)wn a Raymond hnskethall team to .i.n'eat. in a fast and furious game at tin- �V" last nlRht, to the tune of '>1--'S'. .\ last pai.e \rat set from the wui'd go and the Raymond tillers of tlie soil were unable to liold U in the hmggie over Hug'e terms when the latter named them So the Yankees' hHtling leader will take down twice as much salary as he received from the Cardinals. Fielder Jones holds an iron-clad contract with Owner Ball of the Browns, which runs up to Oct. 15. It provides for an annual salary of $20,000. Jones put his signature on tbta document in 1916, but his managerial achievements have been rather disappointing. The Browns fialahed'far down In the race last j himself. Mon and Ball loet a lot of money. Jones, with the advice of Business Maoager Robert Quinn. has reconstructed the team, but nobody dares to i^redict tucceas. It la belteved Hugh Jennings, manager of the Detroit Tigers, has been drawing about $10,000 a year in real money. Perhaps Owner Com-lakey of the White Sox has raised Clarence Rowland's pay to a � reward tor last year's triumph over the atants In the world's series. CUrk Griffith of the Washingtons Is BMher tlO.OOU man. according to AMrtcsQ leaguers. Connie Mack, manager of the Ath his team should win the some day he'd probably demand more' salary. But just at present Hig .Six declares that he is well satisfied with nearly $100 a week. As the iliants greatest pitcher, by the way. Matty never received more than IIl'.hOo .i year. Unlike other star boxmen. he' ?f�"*�-itook thrt trouble to return with the photogr;ip!i. Tait told iiie he was weighing i:iT pounds when he first, came here hut today i April .".) at :'. oo p.m . when he weighed in. he tipped the scales at 141'j pounds. Mitchell's jweiKht was l.U. Vou kn.)w some fighters do not like to train any too 'l well. didn't believe that it was fair to stick up his employers for more _ money than he coneideied he was! j^peakltig of the bout Joe savs: worth. But Christopher MaUiew.on; , ,, in that respect, stood in a class by , Tait-.Mitoheli fight tonight. It was a good fight up to the eighth round when .Mitchell caught Tait on the jaw and put him down with his right for the count of eight. When Clonie got up. in-stead of sQuarlng off. FAREWELL BANQUEI To President-Prominent Business Men Present-High Ideak of League Last evening at the headquarters of the Chinese National Party, a sumptuous banquet was served as u farewell to the retiring president Fairman Wong A distinguished body of clt-Uena also had responded to the invla-tlon to ik) honor to the president who haa taken an active part in extending the work of^he Chlnere National party. After Justice had been done to the splendid repast provided. Mr. Blng Wo. the vice president. In � neat spoech, thanked the guests for the honor the society felt had been done them In accepting the Invitation and coming out to dine with them. )(r. Harry Uawsor. the chairman, then took charge and In a well thought out speech appealed (or a closer unity ot all races, who were lovers of liberty, in order that the great trouble maker of Europe might be effectively silenced. Mr. Dawson then railed upon Dr. Conybeare. who. In a brilliant speed, replete with wit and sound common sense, gave a historical resume ot Chinas past and some sound advice as to her best course to follow in the days, that are to comf. Other speakers included .Mr. Ball. Mr. Palmer and Mr. Cocq, ea.h In their turn giving some good practical advice on the best ways and methods of obtaining the very best system ot government for China. Mr. Van Pin. a visitor from Vancouver, then spoke a few all he receives. Wilbert Robinson's ctwtrsct with the Brooklyn club in ISlC, wbeB the team won the pennant, netted about |9,000. including a 16.000 honus. Cncle Bobble's sal-lary Cor the year may exceed $7,5uo, tatlcs, is a half owner of the club's .jje exact amount cannot be Salariea of Other National Leaguers. Patrick Moran. It is said, signed to manage the Phillies la VjV> tor not more than $4,000. The Phillies won the pennant that year, finished sec- ,,g hands out to shake with , last night. Some speedy work wa� ond la 1916 and mi., �^'o''"^ P'lf*-i Ritchie, being a Uitle dared yef from ' ,ione when guards and forward* all ent -contract with the- Phi adelphla; knockdown, but Mit.heli was not � took the offensive NaUoaal lewne club probably yields' ^ands at this juiicture, and at leaat |l,500 a year, If not more. I p,, ^^^^ Canadian to tlie mat again Uoraa i� one of the most capable, , straight b-ft. ClonlB Intended teaai hBlMara in baseball and la worth | ^^^^ sectrad count, as was his .. whk.,. nThi�.�n'. ^.^jjj jl^^ referee stopped the bout and ordered Mitchell to his corner as the winner. Tait got right to hl.s feet and said afterwards he the intermingling bewildc'inent of the passes to visitors. Evenly Divided The shooting (Duors were t>rett)r evenly divided on the l.,ethbridge Bi4e. L. Dunsworth and I'. Irwin both negotiated � field baskets. .M. Dunsworth taek and probably receives as much aa Jennings. Rowland and Griffith. If Mack has not invested practically all of hi* baseball earnings In the Atblatlca he might have accepted Praak J. P^rrell's offer of $20,000 a jraar to handle the Yankees, made ioflt before Frank Chance was en-gaged at $20.000 per annum in 1913. Bdwmrd Barrow, the new asanager of the Boaton Red Sox. may get as much as $T..'>i>0 for bis services, -while Vae Kohl, the Clevelands' field maraball. is said to be under con- ^ tract for $ a year, la Hugglns  worth the money that Col. Ruppert  h�e contracted to pay hlra? Smart baseball men will answer this query in the affirmative. MeOraw Leads Them All With $30,000. John J. McOraw tops the list of high salaried managers U is taken tor granted that his contract with the owners of the Giants, which has four foars to run. calls for a salaiy of fM.OOO. Considering the prusporlty of the New York National league secured 2. while the guards each thought the referee aliould have at i rammed in 3. Geo. McKillop was In his glory last night, holding Meldrum learned. Prod Mhcheli of the r-ubs and Jack Hendricks, the new manager of the 6t. L T. PAUL BALL GROUND � St. Paul, April 11.-Repre- � sentatives of Colonel J. C. Mil ? ler, promoter of the Wlllard  Pttltoa boxing match, confer ertcan Associittiou Basetiall > Club, looking to the possi field counters. The visitors brought new faces on their team Introducing their two Junior guards. Homney and Jenson. The shooting was divided between Nalder and Burr mainly. .Nalder aecurlag 7 field baskets and Burr r.. Meldrum got their other two. The Uneup and s. ores were at follows: Lethbridge Raymond I'.irwards 1,. Dunsworth l.i Meldrum Jensen Lethbridge 51: itaymond 29. Heleree. II. Hudson; umpire, A. R. de .Manbuy. A good preliminary waa wltaassed when two local girls''teams clashed in a mighty struKgle. the Whites emerging from the field ot battle wtth banners flying and honors tucked away. It t^as a good game and with Babe' Murray again on the job some excellent shooting can be expected. She secured six Meld baskets, Margaret Gibbons, too, had a shooting streak and dropped in a couple of real long field shots, also gettlog t> baskets. M. GIIHcm and M.. Wlaters alift) had something to do with the scoring. The Whites' guards, M. Hrs-sop and A. Ilardie were rery much in evidence and Kuvcd the situation on many an occasion The llno-up am' scores were as follows: Redo loi-wards .M. Oibbons 12 M. Winters 8 Centre J. Btaby Guards M. Hyssop N. MacL�od A. Uardle M. Baskerrin* O. Pltspatrlck S. MobsrtS WbUvj IB; Itods ^4 Whitss .Murray V. Gillies r, THE AutoStrop Siifety Raztjt is aluays ))i the pink of condition- so perfect that"otice over" will remove with comfort every particle of iiair. It is kept in that excellent condition l�y means of its stropping feature-it is the only razor on the market that sharpens its own blades automatically CsarsBlssd le Sstlsty coMHETE otirm �.oo AT Au note AataSlray Safety iUsar C�.,M�itad lS4T0Bkslt,-T�ffato.0sb words expressing his pli'Hsuic at being iiresent and at the good n-ports of the work of the society as .avrie^ on in the city. The retiring i>ro�ldi known as private wire houses wer.* made io�lay by Food Administrator H.Mivor. replying to BotificaMon by grain exchanges of sMf-lmpoaed restrictions effective today, tdt June and July trading. Obey the LA W! TfVt vritli a pair of Non-Glare Um. Wa earrjr aD IIm bait makas. OSGOODE HOldPHONE. MACBETH AND WARNER BAAUM MOTOR CO. HOMB OP THB CHBVROLBT BACK 9P VNION BANK MAMIV HOI.MAN, 72 98 44 ;