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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Till'. III'.flALD I'Allli TllW'.r. HERALD V V I II b IGLMGUE BALL GAMES Cubs Pake Series from Collins Pulls a Boner 1al Louis--Reds Lose-JBad Weather and Rain T o 0 K E COLLARS XATIOXAL w. 3 0 Yorl'ri Prl. l.OOU l.oort .M7 ,3311 ,000 .oon 3'Straight For OHIcngo, Af.r. luillfllfil lioliln.l Mamaux'G -wIMncKi ami ii (heir Ililnl slrnlBlif from italiiri! toilay'D (o'-l. Itcutl'cr held, vltlloiH 10 uii'lillt. Uircc (if vlilch to Inailc'by lllni'lininii', rjj1., .1 fi c 9 0 Mnnl.uix. Csrlkon oml Suliuliill; Hou- or onil-KllloLI. In. Mltthell'Falla Down urlnnkll, 'AKr'.'W-r-Mllcliell was In tctivp In Iho lilnolio'i nnil St. Louis Iho (Mnl Rama'flf i.ho'Korlcs here ay .Slcslo flno ball ors In tlio'TilmJi InniiiB prcvcnllns 11 frtiTfi scoring a'Bhmoul. X 200 3 0 2 itfuhill H !f -Snyiler; Milchclt, Rlns TlUlil'l.: Ml ollirr games iioslpciicd. ralii. Now York. April rifle IB solne in (lie place or Ilic bal In dip linndfl nf n player In country wiihln n short tlmn, Llnificball will xel tlia Jiurdfst of Ita [ONK titid stormy career lliL' war .department starts mining It.i army by selective Uon. Tlic I'lnn roilli by Wllion will rail every ilnKlo mull between ['in ngcn ot 10 nuil 25 [o (he colors, Thlu Hclcctlou will nerirly I lie minor Iracucs, a nil at Hie eamc lime will glvu Hie Unlleil Stales' [13 husky oncl nllilcllc a buncll fjT men an war over called, Most ball, iil.iyors aro yoiirifi mnn. Tliosu In the inafore are, for Die most iinvt, Jusl above jhc limit Eel liy (lie president, hul the minor nrrt composed utmost entirely oryAUlha Just Hlnrllnc up. Stars or the name, like Coub, Speaker, Collins, Wood and otliera arc above tho llmll.- AMEIMCAX ;J .'J W. id 2.1 2 n stoil ..r ago oil adolphla I'et. l.OdO 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 >.000 .P10 .000 Eddls's Boner Apr. Collins' error 10 fjrat'wlien he took his fobt.ftlf ml as :hp In put oiiL (en lEpvp le.itl'ot one Ijeal (Jhl- i 3, t ml fiy.. 'SlBJCT liil a home Into llihVighl Held bleaclicrk, ing Miller' In 'the c 2 ..100 4 icrn'; arid Hole. ,wcathcr. neapolla'.- nsas City Koo'b 4 9 2 lunio.115 ..0 t poslnoned CO AST Kite hen f-- Mystery snoHT'rXNa they're away Jii the big show, In'l II a.grand'and' gloribiin feclln'? A The Herald otTIco Gla'nL bug antTa Clncy ft keeps (he "of, the slafT hiisv, keeping Ihcm rom_ doing a Hut It you'll lake a senile.lip" Irom 'a tlic r you'll walcli Ihe-Lwo .Iloslon PuL lhaL in ilic lcc-Wx till lost October. Our American friends say baseball 's to lie tho national-safety valve this year.-' Judging by Ihe itotse ascend- Ing from- tlie bleachers, It's? the. same klnil of valvo.ns wc-liax'O on-tnc hoi walcr wore sol Glad to sec trend' Biddy -Bishop lias'hrokcii. pul' again. By ilic .lime IIQ'and "Billy" git "tlt'ls far" west we 'sonic on how frbni'a 'Qght wltli tli'q Canadlair -V, Every Team in South' Wait in To Dump Lethbridgc This Season CtNTS EACH Record'of Pilots In Big Leagues Cluli In Sets IlrllihL Outlook for Hie of 1917 fo time o( major axerfi eliow John J. McCirau- leac all ntlicri In Ihp of games loams havo captured. f.'ojinlo Mack Is, In front In tlic uuni- pf pcimantu won; and 1'al Moran s a( top on a basis. The cluljE UuL McGraw has hamll- cd have von Mack's tairjs living hcc-n Rucccsslnl in rnyjj and Ctark GrlfTllli'B In I'at Moran'B-maDagerial pbrccntaga :6'.698, John -Mi-Graw'0 .5i2 and Clan cnco nowland'fl .591. Connlo lias won tli pennants, McGraw five. Hofne inlercstlnp eLatlblks follow: National League Pat havp won 1S1 ami .lost 124 games. Percentage .553, Finish eel flrsl .once, second once, n [joslUon In rate, 150. fie came manager In 191C. Horn in Fitcli Feb. 7--187C. of Iht trigger 'and trap are to meet on Wed- cvtitlnQ nol at the ChTncoVc club to organize for the tea ton. Thli will be the 27th annual mecllnrj ef the AlbtrU Gun club, the oldeit club In the province. Tht club had a ilrong or'sanliailon with i good memberihlp, and I Jit out- look for the coming ceaiQn Ii Juil at bright. The Htratd has It on good au- thority that the coet of eVitlTa thla tsaeon very little ad- vance over last, vo that the sport will not-be any more coElly. U Is the hope of the club to secure a lot of new members this year, and they look- to next (Jay's meeting to start the eport off-With, a bang Ihal'wlll create enthuBlaem among follo'ivtrs of the game, NEW YORK HUNTERS MUST WEAR -LICENSE NUMBERS On Jan, 1 an act passed Itic New fork legislature wont Into effect pro- viding that every holder of a hunting license wear In a. conscJpuous placo upon his lothlng a button bearing the number of his licence. John have Good Material in Cily'for I is .Needed is Some ttoosling rllanil rnon In Francisco AnBclcs ..'..V Lake '8 fan.1! have developed tlic fever. Mr took 'osacliy'Goyeii hot days Lo hatch Ihp'malady. -The setting conies-ofT Monday, highl! The. outlook, this Bcnsoif gfniws .brighter; every: da >v.Tlnj crop pi plicnoni's .turiis green with '-'_' i .i _ Lethbridge fans1 realize" Hint "Ihey will, have lo gMheT'logclher a real qriiiad this sda.spn'lt-they'are a look In wllh Ilic smajl'lown'aggre- ations-roundabout. Every, spot' on ho Iprairic. It pal; I Ing census' stalijtics over figure world-liealer m Lcthbridgc wl'h be we ran't JUST SPORT It was" Just a quarter of.n century p iqilay tliaL illiat .clumsy and un pldy tho "Ka- League, and American AsEOcln llio leagTJp.'Vfti' oE 1SOO, the old iierican aBsoclaiion started n war Iu ihyadjng Xalipnal league' ler- lory. A peace was patclicd up al Ihc 1-ae of tlic 1391'season, and an am or Llio fierlcaii ctlles being 'ad Ltcd-to'.thc National leaguo. This [elvc chilt clrciilf, r'cdtn'i Irk. Phi la ile) ft, ,Do.sL Uhlyn, pdr St; UaUimore conUniicd !n "effecL produceJhc goDds.f arlistB wIll'pHll off their annual mc'eling on -W.cdriesday evening next. Tho dopo Is. (1ml. sliclla arc going lo he ULUc. If nny', higher tban lasl year. Which" "riieahs- thai tno "blrrta" are "dual- A meeting of the baseball Tans and supporters in the city jc call-, ed for Monday evening In Herald office.- Everybody Inter- ested In the game Is urged to be', present' Plans for the season- It it the' Hope oMha'fie'who' are behind the game that Lethbridge wilt be .'on the: baieba'H-map this" year- 1 Ihc meeting will de- clde qrj local1 league this year'1 re'malria .to be, seen, but it's a i 1 going tg'; have a 'team to rep re-..- 1 .sent the city that wH.rVnake-''erii all Every in the south .country enter-; tains the'rosy vision of.trimming the big city aggregation thla sum- _ mer. Every .town has Bow Burdelt, Taber, Ray-T; Magrath, Spring Warner, Plncher- Creek, Foremost, Etzlkom, Many- berries, Travera, Stavely, and 'so ori to the end. They're all boail- Ing .about what they're going, do to Lelhbridgr. lin't. 'much-of the'old material but there are.a lot.of new.play-" many of them from .across Ihe Une, wha will be on deck for a Iry-oiit. _ Frsrrs the players 'in.! sight, the" line-up looks- rosy' enough. A little boosting by the fans will do the resL Start boost- ing by being on deck' Monday J won 1.506 and lost games. Percen- Klnlehed first five Limes, PC con d five Limes, once, fourth three limes, filth once, eighth, twice. Average' postllon In race, 3.22. LJccame manager In 185S. Horn in .Truxlon, N.Y.. April 7, 1673. George won C35 and losl 572 gaines. Percentage, .o'2S. finished' flrsf" once, eecond .twice, clghLli once, ten Hi once. Aver- age .position in race, .4.33, Became manager in 1837. Horn in Augusta, fla., Nov. 11. ISG7. Wllbcrl have won and'IOFt 259 games. .SOS. Finished first once, third once, .fifth once. Average posi Lion in race, 4.25. Became maiiager in 1002. Horn in Hudson, Mass., June 20, 1S64; 'James have won lost -413.games, {'Percentage -IC9; Finished femr'lL .once, .fflh Lwlcej slslh twlccl- Aver flge iiosHlpri In DccaiiiB 1003, Boii? in Filchburg, Mass.. March have, and ga'mcsr." Percentage, WETS REPLY JO DRYS JN B, C. Victoria, n. (X April was liio field day for the wets. A large' tlonAthjs morning waited upon tho' government to controvert Ihc arguments recently advanced Ihc prohibitionists. A. Kdward Tulk was [he clile! spolteEinan. He reviewed In considerable detail the ElatemenU of William Savage o[ Ihc and concluded by declaring that the state- ments of Mr, Savage were false, Impressed the belief that if Llio "weIE" look advantage of technical object- Ions as ho said tho had done, the vote in of prohibition as the figures now slain] would be re- duced by at least ._ The 'government will giVe a rcplv later. LIQUOR POURED [N DITCH MAKES CANINES "SEE THINGS1' oic.c. sixUi'ooce, Dbhi in Cincinnati, O., March 27, 1SSO. 'Christy1 TVO'II 25anrt' lost. 42 Percenlage 3.73. -I.FiiilsnVrt eighth OKC." A------- Wilsonburg. W. from" a.rllLch into which officers had poured a large amount or confiscated llo.uors.; a dog owned by Thomas'J. Francis of this plRCc. hecanic so intoxicated :lMt It was utiatle, to walk. -The ran- lue managetl to stagger to its kennel and "then collfljised. The "story is re- liletl hy--M'r. Franela.hiinBelf, v.'lio is a staunch "prohibHIontsl. -1 position! in- race, eightli.br In Factpry- Trapshaoling Ms' a snorts. The local like to s'cc'thc smaller 7 towns: Iri'llie soulh go In for it more. Tliis'Trcmlrt make Ihc sport still Interesting. Al Ross stac up against Eome.hccf when'-he'met New t Frank Farmer Fans will be anxious in, to hear hou- lie cornea out'wlth Eagan bnrg, Clcve- on 'Tuesday bvenlng ba'lt'e rnVnier pllotrof the ftcd ih'q .Wasnlngtpns, is powa Garlarid Jacob was .37 .years "ago !lho llllc of Tim -icarter" '.by: malting" Ibe lowly Inators pcniiftnL for "a irhlic'Iri 15D5rnmI In 1312 he led Red Sox lo'vlClory. I n'L.spVak of him In'manner Eltghl- make him b'iitl-of wit -that's bit- .....jngj Nor'laugh and, Jeer. Nor lau'nt find sneer, r '.bo's .iinorc fpuglil .agatnst-than O 4 -J IS comes from Manytie'rries llm Tiic. Norway ehaUen'ser "o loss, tips.the beam round 220, mid I .he original strong man.-.. Our frlcnil [lay, the manager, of lin niailc a mistake. looking fo JCES Wlllarri, not RosV To make little water In the bottom of'the roas Ing, P-in to make n long liicVcu tender. Jim who "will lie years old '.tomorrow, Is .now a full fledged '.The former champion opened a cafo. "I-os Angeles some ycnrs ago, hut he has soured on the booze business, and is now.'devotlng Ills piiHrc-ntlonlion to! his .entile rancli and dairy .biihlncss. I The big 'fellow's; anililtEqii Is 10 J gclhcr n herd of Holstclns that v.'ill[ outclass anyllilng of tho Mnrt hi America, and It Is said he Is already well started toward the realisation of his ambition. As n kid, Jeffries spent nn R rbnflt, and he has I Montana -Compensation Board always "been fond of Iho country end I Has Question to Decide of open' Helena, Is strictly all ills cows arc milked cleclrlclly. He hnEilotiL'inofit to' his InjtercRl tn Ihc flghl'gamc'. >ind ..Iniiitliig anil fishing ara .Jlflly colcVralp tpmof- is a fouitcc'i'-h anniversary o( lila A j orrfnitlon lo liic tnlnis- Oj Iry.'.'Dllly linil. en cVanscllat for -I-, v -f v v I 1'CJirj injfore His "sbnl- iaving career in.lSDu, five years after ic niil.nsliln llin uniform of a prpf sional .ball player. In. sentencing n newspaper man convicted of spying to a year In prison and to pay .a one dollar fine, Iho court showed judgment. N'o use fining a ncwapapcr mnn more than a dollar, If nice old ladies don't quit talking about.the brutality of boxing, Ihe fight slart-a crusade' against Ihc brutality oi knitting! Rain and showers.in tnc spring, Idler double headers bring. I lilc 'manager.In-1016.'.'- In August :12, manager in <'-Bqrhy In. Cambridge, June 1679. -r Arrierlcan League Clarenco have lost" 126 'gaTQts. Per once, Average position in race, 2-.50. Became manager In 1315. Born Fielder have won 505 and Percentage, .573. Finished' first once.-second once, third Ume's, filth once. 'Average posi- tion 3.S3. Became manager hi 1901. Boni in ShlngVchouEe, Pa., August llugli -have, won S57 'antV lost1 C73 games.'J- Pcrccntaec, limes, sec- ond! .twice, -third once, sixth twice.'; Average position in race, 2.901 Became'manager in in'Pitlaton, Pa., April 2, 1S70. Connte.; have' -tron lost snroea. P.erccn' t'agc -.548.' Finished first sis limes second times, lliinl once, fourth once, sixth twice, seventh Iwlccl c.ighlh twice. Average position in manager in, 1SD1. Horn in Dropklyn, Mass., Dec. 23, 1S62. t'lafk .won .Ip'sl" canics.. Perccn: tage, 'Finished firs; ouce, second rence, Mass., :Oct- 1.3, Len won 122 and lost 156 ,'gahieVl Pcrcchtage, 4.39, Finished sixth once, seventh once. "Average position in racc.-.C.aO. De- camp manager" Jn 1915. .Iiorn inPitts- manager hi 1917. Bbni in Mcrlden. Conu., April 26..1SS7. Whal you think are radish sei later'turn out to he wcccis. !r What .yon Hunk's a .pcnnnut hope later turns but rotten dope. What you tWrit'.a later turns CHI I a pink tea. four foiirih four nfili sixlh twice, twide. 'AyCragc position in 'rX Uccatno iTrjanagcr -in -1901.. IJofn' in Npyl.20, ISM.- have won HO arid', lost 157 games." Flh'ighcrt lourlh oncs.'fiftli once Ayeipgc In race, 4.GO.1 Be canie'Diajifiger in 1912. Born In Law Look; Over, the Our prices arc rightj from lo 960; A full line of'bicycle repairs carried In -slock. Agent for the best stoc! rnolorcyclt in.the. warld. D. E. MacDonald AVC..S. Opposite Alexandra Hotel. SOMME "Some Collar" "Sommc" isthenameof R. it is a radical change in! collar designing, Note the smart lines The points, if desired, may be slightly turned up in front, .which, stylish appearance. Two rows, of smart touch. "i of tie space.' "Stip On" sizes, the same as in other COLLARS G." R. collars, fine shirts, aud summer underwear artworlhy of your patronage. Why Put Off Making Your Will? You you should Iiavc it made. not see to it at oncieT You will not find it any trouble if coiisult our Ti'ust Officers. All iiiforniatioji gladly given without charge, TheTRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company .ALBERTA Public Official Aciignee for the Judicial Dlilrlcts of Waclecd, Medicine Hat, Cnlgary, Red Deer, Stettler. The Foot Toggery Relieves Your Foot Trpubles witH The ..Don't .hobble Get a-.properly .fitted, pair of "Foot. Easers" Arch Supports1' and you will walk as well ns ever. We KNOW how to fit them. W.J. Nelson Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING FORDTRAeTOR hoard.'is considering fty asking In I Ijo clasfcd umlcrlho'compensi- 1 liotrctt ill '3'', bowling alley, plrotel says phi- (3) ''PROMOTER" Cigeirs, for they, are equal to most 2-ror-25c. Cigars. made in 3 shapes, "Club and of uniform quality cool, bland, smooth, with ajl Jthe "nuttinciw" tKat expects in a fine Havana. r brie Modl C On Exhibition in our Showrooms BAALIM MOTOR CO. OF UNION BANK HARHY HOLHAN, Mu'r. ;