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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERAlD rUESDAY. APRIL 18, t9l� i^BRINGING UP FATHER" -  * m By G. McManuB BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWUNG All Sixteen Major League Clubs To Get Into Pennant Race Today ton Am�riraa�. unJer the roanagoment > ThB WAT bM broiMlbt about a new of Ed Barrow, -tucies'or to Jack laetOT in bueball. Not only h�Te tbe ! Barry, who !� now in the naw. must' 'K^-\r.hf^ror\-^: I.T -.were, a c^n.enaer Trade.j ,Vt t*. _b..eb..V.oin. PO_P�Uc._b.. --^^--^"Vue loai tbousandi o( its regular mem * atrmgtk of the team sliould be there. Cleveland baa been hard bit. but UP CALGARY WAY Clashes With Billy Miller Four Round Go Friday. Scaler Promoting iMt baalaeaa oieaat oaly failure. QwMtien in Big iMguea. financial' *'^' speaker. Detroit In trying to deTelop a pltcbiag stalf and believes the team haa been improved by the , addition of I^ao Dressen from St. As a matter ot fact the question of: p,,i. Both thate clubs will be fac-noaatary anccaas or failure surrounds > ion,. Clark Ortffiths Washington alatoat avary big league club in the club does not look like a weakling this land as wall, it is predicted that tbl i ye,r. inasmuch as it has one of the cagfc New York and other Urge cities 1 |,,t pitching staffs in the country. wUl continue to do well from the box office standpoint because their patronage is dependent to a large extent apoa visitors. It is also forecast that Waabington. which bas never been much of a fiaanctal succeaa. will have bet tar crowds than ever because of | Fielder Jones doesn't seem to have much at St. Loals and Connie Marli's club Is already figured a.t a tallend proposition. Hugaina Haa a Chance. Millar Hoggins it the American the tovemmental activities centering, l*��ues new manager, the former la tke capital and in which thousands j Cardinal boas taking up the reins In of parsons are newly employed. From tb' Pnttt. Baker and Plpp tha aaUoa for man. more men and I Thar* >��' changes in more money to daf^t the Huna. ThU.h)>* Natleaal leafua. The acquisition oa tha face of It, doiM aot aaem a cor raet atataaieat. Profaaatoaal basabail has aaat any nambar of players Into varlatu braachas of tha aarvice. and to print a ibit ot the proteaslonal ball playwrs who have abaadoaad thalr llTainiead ta to'lata amy of tha sar-Tlea Is ahaolataiy bayoad tha ablUty �( aay wrttar �t the gama. Jual Ona Ixample. Maiplr for aa aaaaiple it auy ba nasOaaad that tha Oaup Dodga taaab which la to play at Nloollat KtotaT, to boipmH anttraly of who wara protveslonal basabail flgirara laat aaaaoa. ranking from Am-arian and Natloaal laagua roan down ta tha anwUest laacoei ia tba conn- of thaaa maajr ehaagaa In ipa of tha Tarioaa blf laacna I pra^etioBa aa to the oatcoma ot tha taeaa carry lass walgbt than aver hitoM. It to Impoaalble to tell at thla alaga what aftaet tha loaa of car-tahk playara will hara apoa certain eliAa. Tha placaa oC vataraaa are to ba fUM with racrotts who ara not aiAJaet to tha amy draft, aad tha whala coaiplasloa of tha big leagaa paaaaat hoatlera tharafora takaa oa a aaw aad rather iateraatla* aapaet. AHH to tha aaltotaeat aad' draft loaiaa thara ara tha maaj Iradaa whJeh big laagau clabs waat through dortog the a-iotar saaaoa- Theaa ara bound to have their effact ta randar-lag the flag chases dltttcuU of aolu-tloa at present. Vlhita Boa Strong-lo tbajUaarlcan. laagua tba Chicago ehamplons have lost tew men. They will entar the race with practically the aama lineup with which thi>y won the worl&'a series from the Giants TIjey 4a not saam to have added strength, tat poaaibly do not need it. The Bos- it (liiln t taVe long foT .VI Ross to get going when ho strurk Sarcec camp. Wc ."Bid it wouldn't, and �p ! THE MANAGERS.  4. - � ^ Amanean Laaaue. ^  Chicago-riarance Kowland   Iietrolf-Hugh Jenning." '  "> Cleveland-Lee Folii  Jit Wouis-Fielder .Toin>.� �  New York-Miller Huggins   Boston-Kd Barrow.  �> I'hlladelphla-Connie Mack.   Washington-Clark Gri|;iBh.   Natlanai League. �  Chicago-Fred .Mitchell  in * Cincinnati-Christy Muthowson.  ;  I'iusburgb-H�gt> Hi'?ilek   St Louts-Jack Hendricks  � .Vow York-John .M Philadelphia-Pat .Moraii   Brooklyn-Wilbert Ui-Ulnson.   � FUNERAL SERVICES FOR WELL-KNOWN RESULTS by Chicago of Klllefer, Alexander aad Paakert from Philadelphia willf^ put tha Cubs ia the front rank. A waak ladaid atay deny them a top notch ptoca. McGraw has lost Out-ftaldar Rebartaoe. and probably will loaa Baaajr Kaaff. Ha is still without ^Mcond baaaoan, bat isn't worrying. Canaty Mathawaon's club, even with-oat rnd Tonay, looks fairly formld-abta. Baadak has improved his Pl-rataa aad wlU ba in better than last pHf thta yaar. The Boatoa Bravas hava laat MarnaTiUe, Gowdy and otbera of nota. and will enter the race , ^ - , la Boaa too good shape as far as vet , selves on the synonymous vocabulary  � THE NEW BASEBALL LINOO. � In the past baseball bas been compared with everything from a one-ami quilting bee to something foraged by the cat. This year, with thousands of fan^i on the firing line, "tha gnand old game' will be affected by tbe wt; and baseball IS war. according to the musiags ot Connie Mack. Fans who liavc prided them- AiMERICAfiTitlipBUE R H. E. New York .. . .2ft�jN0 020-ti U 0 Washington .....dOt-^lb 000-o t> i Mogridge. RusssU aad Hannah; Johnson and Alosi^b. Philadelphia . OlOOOOOOO-1 4 :> Boston.......021108 00a-7 i� -Vdams aad McAvoji; Rath and Ag- new. afaaa ara eoacemad. The Pbiladel phia clnh is akot to pieces aad l> not BOW coaaidarad a factor. Robinson win bava to uso extreme measures to kaay Ma BroiAIyii Dodgers near the tap with tha piaaent liaeuii. Jack Haadrlcfcs, former Indianapc-Ito gaaaral. is tha new Cardinal cum-maaar at 8t. Louis. Huggins left hfaa a fair taam. and If Jack can get tha basabail out ot tbam, wlilch is daabtad by auay good Judges, the 0t. Loula antry will be haard from. FAMOU* RCO SOX OUTFIELD IS &ONE. vlll have to begin all Here's a tew suggestive Boatoa. April 16.-Harry Cooper waa tha oalr aiMBber of the famous old outftold of tbe Boston American Laagua BaaahaU club to appear in the llaaap aaaooacad by Manager Barrow to eppoaa the Philadelpbto Ath-latloa la tha opealag gama o( the laagaa aaaaoa Bare yesterday. Hooper appeared ta his familtor role aa leadlag �a Uto baUing order. Qt the ether mamhara of the old outfield, called br experts one of the greatest in the game, Duffy Lewis is In the aarr aad Trto Spaakar b with the Clavalaad elab. HERMAN BEAT ZULU KID. Peoria, 111. April 1.1-Kid Herman of Pekin. 111., won op poiats from Zulu Kid .>f BrooklvB. N.Y., according to newspaper critiCa In a tan round bout here la^t night. Tha men are bantamwelgiiis. ot baseball over again bosaas: Ptoyers will go OVER THE TOP unless strapped in Pullman upper berths. SO MAN'S LAND wUl be the territory Ijounded on all sides by tbe Texas league. Tbe BLdOHTY role will depend largely on the number ot wild pitches Players disagreeing with tbe um-j pires will Join the AVIATION COKP8 I under Flight Cakjt. John J. ICvers. I Any player who swings three bats I at once will be guilty of CAMOl-!FLAGE Pitcliers will he subjected aa usual to ^ARKAGK FIRE from the coach-lag boxes 111 spile of war economy. BILLETS will be malatalncd In the best hotels. NIGHT ATTACKS will reauttt whenever the-managers retire ^rnr. TRENCH FEET will prevail every time vapur arises from Walt Johnson's fast one. The CROIX DH GUERRE will be bestowed upon all players who won't look into the stands on Ladles' Day. .V SHELL HOLB Will mark tha spot wliere I'Ing Bodie hlU the dirt. POISON GAS will taint tha breeie every time the umpire misses a close one. Players who pay their 'fraternity dues will be classed with the BOL. SHEVIKl. ' LISTENING POSTS will be in-Ht ailed for the purpose of learning the opinion of the tana aneat boots and wild pitches. Vlctoriea of the Athlatig wHl be ^barged to I: BOAT atrocitfes. Detroit, (^tevatand and Ute White .Soi will employ their TANKS in centre field, respectively. HAHK RAIDS will be perpetrated w lU due respect to who's catching CHICK" ^VANS TO PLAY IN WINNtFEO. Winnipeg, April J.'i.-The Maaltaba Uuif asHuclatlun tbls morning completed arrangeraenta with i.'barles "cUKk" Evans of Chieage. Atnerica'a premier golfer, to appear hkre on May L'4. to play exhIbttlOB gamea la which the entire proceed* will ba d�> nciud to the Red Croie. CAOOOCK .DUMPS. CLIN. Des .Moines, Iowa. April 13.-Bergt. Earl Caddock of Camp Dodga. dlapoa-�d of another challei^r tor bis title here last night when ha threw John Olln, Finland's pregiler mat man, ia two straight falls. Pitching for the Senator!. Ibtt hla first game, to New York reaterdair COMPLETES CIRCUIT Newark. .\ J . Apr. 16.-The new International League ettm-pleted Its circuit yaaterday, when the Newark club aiyned a laanA for Wldenmayer Park. The playing sensun will itart May . CFrom Our Own CorrespondsBt) Magratb. April 15-Magrath clti-tans have been called upon to mourn tha loss of two good women, both well knowB aad highly respected residents of the town. The first is that c^Mrs. Nellie R. Bridge, who passed away at the Van Harlam hospital. \ Uathbrldge. on Monday. April 8th. i Mrs. Bridge leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss, be-stdaa a largo circle of relatives and friends. She was a worker in the LDS. church and also in Red Cross and othe^ public affairs. She bas been one of tbe most prominent members of the ward choir tor a number of years and wilt no doubt be missed by the members of that organisation more than in any other. The funeral services were held in the L.D.8. church on Friday afternoon. The house was ^wded to the doors with people anxious to sbow thelr respect to the deceased, and tha large audience went to show what respect tbe poople had for tbe departed aad her family. Bishop Harker was In charge of the services. The choir saag "1 Need Thee Every Hour." Prayer was offered by J, L. GIbb. Tha choir then sang "Sister. Thou Wast Mild and Lovely " Tbe tint speaker was .Mr. J. H. Elton ot Lathbrtdge. an old friend of the family. Ha said most people look on the dark side of Ufa and see the sorrows In ptoce of tbe pleasuras ot lite. He spoke on tha lite of Christ, which was not all pleasure. He had many dark hours, but always desired to bless and comfort someone. This was tru� ot the lite of the departed. Mr. Elton said ha alwaya admired tbe cheery disposition ot Mrs. Bridge and aaid we were not all blessed with great gifts to scatter sunshine through the world of sorrow. He salif on his last visit to Magrath on a similar occasion he noticed tha departed sister slnglag In the choir, spoke of her as a Red Croas worker. Mr. W. McMullen sang very nicely the solo "Face to Face." He waa ac companiad on the organ by Miss Snow and the cello by Mr. Netf. Mr. P. D. Clark was tha next spaak er. He said tbe bereaved family were vary close friends of bis. having been aaaoclated with tbam all for a number of years, and found Mr. and Mrs. Bridge both to be examples of ser vice to their fellow men, always do lr4t something to make someone hap-py. He apoke ot tbe good mother the departed had been, also spoke on the life heraatter and the resurrection of the dead. Mrs Bridge had requested, before her death, her desire that her nelce, Mrs. Alton Keeller. render a piano ae-Inctlon, one ot her favorites, which she did In excellent manner. Tha next speaker was B. W. Jacobs of Cardston, an old acquaintapca ot tba family. He said, "What a blessing to be laid away in peace by one's friands when there is so much strife aad turmoil in the world ' He gave hto Idea of heaven where we will have work to do, also what a blessing we did not know tbe day or hour we muat pass awfcy. We all have our work to do here. When we finish we will pass away and continue In another work. He spoke ot the good work and good deslrea ot the departed and also what a good mother aba had been. He apoke of tba anxiety which a mother has for her children aad the home cares. A group ot choir members, Mrs. Aug. Wood, Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Harold Wood and Messrs. Clarke and OIbb sang a favorite aong ot the de-eeaaed. "Beautiful Isle ot Bomewhere," after whkh Bishop Harker thanhed the people on behalf ot the family for thalr many kindnesses, and apoke ot tbe good works ot the departed lady. The choir sang "Home, Sweet Home," after which the baaedictloa waa offered by W. H. HIndley. Tbe floral tribut^ wore beautiful and numerous. A large tiarp wl^h a broken spring, a teksn of tbe choir members of which the deceased was a member and ot which Mr. Bridge la the leader, was very beautiful, also the token given by tha school children, many beautiful tokeas from the family and their ooaambered trleads all show the re- rt the people held for the depart-The pall bearer* were choir aieahers: Mesars. Ira riaticher, Jaa. Harker, Roy Stoddard, a. p. Taaaer, MarrM Itoltoaa aad P. V. Clarke. A isrcs sl^ certege weat to the eeaw* tery. The grave was dedicated liy A. Mechley. Mre. Parklnaon Slnglaten We very deeply mourn the 1oh!� i>f Mrs. Edith Parkinson Singleton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I'arkin-son. well respected citizens of this community. She passed awuy on Wednesday evening. April lOth. after a very short illness. She has suffered considerably with heart trouble aud this proved fatal. She leaves a father, mother, brothers and sisters, a husband and five-months-old baby. Edith was a beautiful young woman and a good girl and her reward Is sure. The funeral aervlces were held on Saturday afternoon with Bishop Har ker In charge. The choir sang, "Sister. Thou Wast Mild and lx>vely " Prayer was ottered by W Achroyd. Choir sang "Qod Moves in a Myster ious Way." The first speaker was J. L. GIbb. He expressed his sympathy tor the bereaved family and spoke of the certainty of the hereafter and ot his belief In the reuniting uf families and people who obeyed the laws of God. He told of tlie good { works of the bereaved faniliy. all good workers in the church. Byron Tanner sang "O My Father " Mr. A. Mercer waa the next speak er and be deemed it a privilege to speak ot tbe lite of purity and virtut grave was dedicated ruff. by J. P. Wood Messrs. Warreti and Clarence Taylor are here visiting for a short time. Mr Kert Wood and Mr. Strlngham of Taber motored to Magratb on Sunday .Mr. Melvin Rlrie has returned hunia after undergoing an operation In ijethbrldge recently. Mr. and .Mrs. II. Illllter have returned from points In Idaho and lUab where they have spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Witt have returned to their home here after spending the winter in the States. T TO SPEAK HERE Edward F. Trefi. orator and newspaper man, who is to speak here shortly on food control, went tn France tor the CTntted States Fotid Administration after several months [work as speakt>r for the government in behalf of the Liberty Loan aud the ot the departed. He said no fairer i I'nod Administration activities, flower had bloomed than she. was as ' Much of his newspaper work was fair and pure as a lily. He spoke of i done In Kansas City. Later he was tor the noble character of hor father, a i several years tlbld secretary for the man of God, also the good mother I Chamber of Commerce of the United and good family of children. He also' States. spoke of the plan of life and salva-; He bas unusual ability as an orator, tion SB taught by .le.sus Christ. Upland brings first hand information said the most precious Jewels anyone li"cm England and France at iwar. could possess were good- children. They were to be priced more than gold. "Nearer My God, to Thee" was beautifully sung by Miss Davis. Mrs. H Wood apd Messrs. GIbb and Clarke. W. H. HIndley was the next speaker. He said death came as a blessing to those people who had obeyed the gospel ot Christ and kept His commandments, as they were advanced one step further. He spoke of the good work ot our Relief society sisters and their work In assisting tha suffering and dying. How they assist in laying away the dead and comforting the bereaved. No day too long, no night too dark for these noble women and their splendid work. What a bleasing to be laid away with loving hands and receive comforting words of our friands. Bishop Harker thanked the people on behalf of the family for the many kind deed*, etc., toward the bereaved family. He spoke of his certainty of the hereafter, also of the truthfulness ot tbe Book of Mormon and the promise It gives to people who will read it with a desire to know ot Its truthfulness. He apoke of the good lite ot the departed, also ot tbe good family. Choir sang "Rest for the Weary Soul."' Benediction by J. T. Honlnger. Tbe choir for both services waa under the direction of .Mr. Oscar Ulu mel, and did very well. Tbe pall bearers weta girl friends and associate members In the Bee Hive Swarm; Mrs. Murry and the Misses M. Clifton. E. Shatter, R. Bennett, G Mandelkow and Gwen Flu-Uyson. The flower girls were members of the Mutual, of which Edith was an active member. The girls wore all dressed in white, as were also the lady membera of the choir. The floral offerings were beautiful. A beautiful anchor, a tribute from the choir of which tbe departed was a member, also beautiful tributes from the achool children, Bee Hive Swarm, Women's lastltute, of which Mrs. Parklnaon Singleton was an officer, and many others. A largo number Jouraeyed to the cemetery. The With tbe IT. 8. Food Administration's Commission to France, Mr. Trefx visited the battlefront la Prancr, and was also with tbe commission when the agricultural regions of Prance and England were visited. He has learned to what degree success in tbe war dependa oa big crops in the allied nations durlag the coming spring and summer, aad how much will be required from America, involving both Increased production and decreased consumption. Stories of trench life, of tha Bagllsh, French and Amertcaa armies In France, and of the general situation In both England and Prance fill Mr. Trofz's address. He has lived with tbe allied soldiers and the American troopa, eating the food that Is served at the front. And his impresalcv* of Parla and London, where he conferred with goTemmentai oiticiala, are partlcutarlf eleld. MORE RETURNIO MIN Halifax. Apr. 15.-A ateamer arrived here yesterday bringing eigU-teen hundred paasengera. Of these 124 are returned ofticera aad 1068 are soldiers ot the Canadian Expeditionary Force, and m >  the time that the province en- ^  tered confederation, but ao- ^ have statutory ground* for dl-  4 vorce. ^ � � The Nash The ear with the perfaetad valve In head motor. VALUE CARS AT VOLUME PRICES WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT Wl HAVE THESE MODELS ON DISPLAY NOW. BAAUM MOTOR CO. HOMB OP rH� eHBVIIOI.BT AOK OP UNION BANK NANRV HOkMAN. MfK 977?2334 C-3D ;