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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBI BRINGING UP FATHER* SATtimiAY, APRIC 18. lOlft 4/ By G. McM^fius COOLO HAVE AHOWHCN I TNIHK Of HOW TREAT THtia >rE% >0 UKf TO KNOW HOW THt> ,i.. ii�u i.-n-n-iv.i un- Ihf whip would do. I rtiiid" tht' ap plication, (ur tlio next (i\fRlnK Uce\� aiiil keeping her from Jumping fha (eiui-t;iaf I never tried if again Bet\v.'ver sat behind, but in order t" it 1 had to Ket (ontrol and liav. In i re>poiid when 1 toiut^^^i tho biiMnii. In (he intervHl 1 also v.tdIo Pardee, .who had reijui-ted im iP L turn voald no doubt support It. but e better kjiown after the first practice Is call-�4. That there will be gome good winning Ontario amat-1 , fine tne "atier ,^,^1 ^j^^^ ^,^^1,^, Post Mr. I'arite- hcnijtiit them just a.-i 1 diii. witlioiit set ins tUiMii. but waa a member of the famous Shasta ;eam of the Southern raclfic. It is aJv WhlHKi'�^ about that there i before he did. I wrote him that one of Latter Would Have Been Bad Medicine For Meteoric Youngster thlTd '^t *^o will I ."h;;; , .vondertm trotter I shcA �owething new in slants. He, , ,,,,_,,,,, ,fc, ,-,,,, 'iT^^Zr ''-!sror;.'^sT'su;.'!':t;,r\haT"renter played pro ball. I , ; , the 191. unifortns are be' n.veland. while 1 al.o nam- ing gathered together. -Ml those who ,j ^er in tae Jlnn,,,, racr at Coluni-hfcTp sulfa 9Ut,are requested to turn wiil be ptn Th �hape for tl^e f rs. garne Cleveland al.ou: a week l.ofore the of the season which will likely be; ,,,,i,^ ^ arranged to take place early in May. a,,vised hit,, to h,.l,l .\iah. 1 Trask ov-r A practice >* likely to be caUed shor.-: , , biia a mile in 2.10. t.ut ly when the boy. themselves will prob-; j^at did not nni>f,..s lUrn very mu. li. ably arrange for a teinporary manager, ,,^.,.,..,, .,.,,,,,l ^, .,. to pm tJMBJ throush heir paces until, o,,. .,,^0,, i,,. did. .Mul.el something is definitely settled as to;^,artec' ou a �'l.nv preparation for entering the learue. Cox Tells Story of Mabel Trask, Great Racing Nag of Circuit. *_ uya Spatdy TroHer ^rom An (owan BtHrt M� Evar taw Her and ThouBht He Had B��n 8tung~0id Not Take Mar* Long to Show Speed. 1!'16. WTien we arrived at Hartford Mr. Pardee sai:Khi brigade ('hance!tjMlt wanti'd to see Dempsiv and Fulton 111 actiiiD. In view nf the fact that i.i" i>u))tk makes fk" i>'Mis and popularizes inaLches. i&may be coiwidered thru l-'uUon and tlie promoters went wrong in niA- aft: a Uempaey 1irei THE NCW LEAGUE New Vork. N.Y.. Apr 12.- Promoters of the new Interna-tloual Haaebalt League will meet hei� tonight for the purpose of formally completing the organization, adopting a schedule and consider various financial problems arising from war conditions. 8even cities Save agreed tc enter the new ipague, Toronto. Rochester, SaKlinoro, Jersey City, Buffalo, Syracuse and Blnfhamp-(on. Newark has been Invited to eomplstto 4be circuit, but it 4 was laid loday that its entry  into the league was uncert-ln. There is an encumbrance of $9,0tiU on the old Newark club and it the new owners take ap the franchise they will also have to assume tbis responsibility. ^ THE PIONEERS OF Unique ''Gatherinf-S. S. Banquet-Work. Done By the Reid Cross (By W. H. Cocheri ~ "There she is." remarked Walter Caa. as be stopped In front of a box �tall, in the cananr colored bam near tk� entrance to the Granite State Park at Dover, N.H. At the sound of kit voice the ticcupant of the stall walked towards tba half dour, over which she studt her chestnut head wtth a couple of spots of white la the tao* and whinnied softly for sugar. As none was forthcoming she took a glance down the line at Young Todd, pyisco Worthy, Busy's Lass, and Lu Prtnceton.and turned away, while the l�(BamaD, whose skill ha^ made her kwne a household word, took up the thrcAd of the conversation and said: '*bi my opUrton and from what 1 can laani, she |a the greatest mare thatJ an ezpre�a car Srar .wore a "harness." . Later In the day. In response to an tetulry as to hoir he selected .Mabe) Vtank from the hundreds of horses Bttarcd him every year. Cox said: "I . owned her two or three weeks before I MW h�r,�Bd I have always thought that someone wished her on to me, tweansa none of the western people Ihst had seen her trained and raced MBsldered her worth bothering with BeoaU Other Hei�a side reigning spitfire, with a three-year-old record of 2:14 1-4. made over eflier dav. aiid Vdd'him to'Vet"out"to Hui"lliVWsfi.Juld Be no wails fiiarffr (J.ik l\,ik hriKhl and .�nrlv i""^ I'eaipsey camp, for Uemp- ^jjp^.^^ .,,j fey is progrt-BslnK in nice, easy fash-- lun. getting himself ready for a cbam- pion.Nor hsr he shook hi.s head and walked away. After this mile ^ I also decided to start her at ColiMnbus. tVlth but two wkn to gel her ready, she trotted second to Peter Scott, w^ile her man ners were perfect. "After that raCa buyers ware Keen competition �tn the heavy- ? A match that should prove of more than ordinary interest to the boxing fans, now that WlUard and Fulton ara signed up, will be a clash between Hilly Miske, the St. Paul Ilght-heavywelght. and Jack Uempsey, one of the contender* for the heavyweight crown. Dempsey and his manager. Jack Keams, tried every means possible to force their way to a match with Wlllard and side-track I^Ved Fultm. They tried hard to match hlmS^ with Fulton, �tth the hope that Dtempsei oilght defeat him and thus get the WtlUrd match; but Mike Collins, manager of Fulton, bad b�an after the champion a long time and had taken on too many matches to be pushed aside at the last mo-meat. Dempsey made a great splurge during the last five months, coming talk The fans are eager for I out of oblivion into* the bright sun- ' 'I never he|^ of Mabel Trask until Ma morning in April 1915, when I racalved a long night 4etter from Allan, of .Marion, la. He muat have been saving up alj^ winter to pay for that message, the substance of^whlch wa* that there were two 4-year-old Utiles by Peter the Great out in the com country that were (or sale. Ha filed the iMiuquets on Jeanette iipeed and wanted me to believe that she OOBld 'Win all the purses in the Grand Circuit, while her mate was a lit'le Mabal Full of Whims TlVben they arrived all of the big events of the year had closed, except at Columbus and Lexington. Like all of my horses, I started Mabel Traak oft with a loose check rein and did not even put the bit in her mouth. I also soon found that she was as full of JWhlmt aa a schoolgirl. She would HtoB whaytever she felt so disposed, and iloaM ably turn one way on the track, and sometime.s she would not evaa d� tUaL She history ot Champion has there been such a crowd at a Sunday school gathering. The program commenced with the pastor's greetings and prayer. L. J. Adam, then gav� a brief address on "Why we are here " Elvis Shaw, Bruce Pike and Magdalene Cnslcher favored the audience with a trio action recitation. At this Juncture a banquet ot good things was participated in by the old and young, which was enjoyed and appreciated by Keda and Blues alike. Immediately aftar the refreshments, toasts were given to the following: The winning side, by Mrs, Qqyton; to the losing side, by Miss Bullock; to our soldiers, by Geo. Dalton, to our town, by Rev. Haddon: to our Sunday school, by or A. Manhardt. During the evening Mrs. W. Williamson favored the audience with a solo, .Miss \'. Maynard with a piano solo. These two numbers were very much appreclatad and well rendered. Klvis Shaw was awarded the gold pin for securing the highest number ot new pupils. About 35 new pupils have been added to the Sunday school roll during the three months' contest. This progressive work will be continued. Champion Rtd Croaa News Continuation of Hid Cross drive. Last week mo reported 11 life members, 82 active. Additional members this week: Life, Mr. and .Mrs. J. F. Harper; active, Mrs. Alcock, Mrs. Cliainberlaln, Mr. and .Vlrs. ('laronce Davis. The local branch wishes to tender thanks and appreciation to Norls and Carlson for draying Red Cross goods from station to Red Cross depot. 254 Bed Cross garments ara being shipped to' headquarters, Calgary, this waek. Edna Orr, six yaara old, dallverad lied t'rotfs goods last week. The following ladles were present at the regular sewing session Friday afternoon: Mrs. McDougall, Mrs. At cock, Mrs. Chamberlain, Miss Brown, Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Pusay, .Mrs. Had dT>n, .Mrs. Ilaidlsty, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Ilarpor. The girls will meet for sewing next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at ths home of Mrs. J. F. Harper, Vulcan street. .Monies received last week: Clar ence Davis and wile $16.00; Mrs. Wul-rick, from selt-sacrttlee envelops 11.75; J. F. Harper and wife toO.OU. List of goods sent to headqnarteri last �eek: 1:: dressing gowns, I'J flannel binders, 71 handkarchlefs, 12 operating a(M;kB, 12 pyjamas, 12 day shiris, t-.' stretcher capi, 12 bed sheets, 12 pillow cases. 12 towels, li operating gowns, 12 nurses' aprons a slippers, 12 triangular slings, 12 per minal property bags, 2 scarfs, 12 tac� cloth s. It aocks, 1 half mitten. ' Tom Campbell and wife, ot Calgary, spent tha week-aod with Mr, and Mrs. St, Peter. Maniagaa Harbart C. Rhodes, Long Coulee P. O., was married to Edith Andrews, Troutdale, Oregon, Mar, 26. at Portland. Ore. Mr, and Mrs. Rhodes will make their hogw on tfca old Elmer Anderson place, aaat of town. Will McRaa, ChamptOB. kllas Henderson. Ontario, former acboot teacher of Blusaom achool were msrrlad on Oood Friday at Calgary. Tom Cnmpbetl. the tanMsa hgUer oi Calgary, and Qeo. Campbell M Delta, Alberta, have taken over tha ttt>ck of the Halllday Co. This business In future wilt be known as Oaapbell's, Limited. Next Hunday �eT. apeak oa "The PaaefaNnM^/' �|q* tratod with SO beautiful-sHtfes. Mar St, big Red Cross day tn Champion. Program later. Keep this date open for Champion. The Laugb-a-Lot girls wate entertained at the Motfatt residence last Thursday evening. TheSmfleof Conteni and the tmokt from a Noblemen agar are ab^ys aavn tofathen AGISIUDENT SDEPORTED Uuelpb, Ont., April II.-Santiago Abadia, a resident of Saath America who has been a atudent at the Ofatarlo Agrleiiltural College since last September was arrested WednaaEay at tho eollege by Inspector D. H, Reynolds of the Immigration departmant, and this morning In the police court was fiijed tlOO and couta or two and a half years in the penitentiary and ordered deported to bis own country, after he pleaded guilty to writing a letter to a frieniLin Colombia, which contained matter objectionable under the war measures act. The prisoner had enough money to pay his tine md is now being held pending arrangemeilts for his deportation. . Oener;,! Sandoman Carey, who, in the words ot Premier IJoyd-Qeorge, accomplished one of the most brilliant feats in the history of the British army by holding the gap between the third and'fifth army In tha first days of the German blow In Plc-ardy, with a hastily organised nondescript force, is 51 years old. He Is a member of one of the best known families In Guernsey and a son of the Rbv. Tupper Carey. Qeneral Carey was educated In the Winchester Public school and commanded a field battery In the Sontb African war. Ha was sppointad a Commander of the Bath In the present war, -An elder brother followed in his father's footsteps and is Canon ot York CathedraL Dsn �sMr TMt (SSRrwMsM m inin� ij a mmdptmmOUk Obey the LA W! Equip your ctr witk a pair ! Non-Glurt Lent. We curry all the best mak^i. OSGOODE HOLOPHONE, MACBETH AND WARNER BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OP rHB CHCVNOLET BAOK OP UNION BANK HARRY HOI.MAN, Mfr. 9k, ;