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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta iUI'.SIUY, Al'HIJ, IV, TIIK miiiwiDGi', -DAILY tij'. (t BRINGING Ur FATHER'1 By G. McManus r. i YGOCO-DGMT UfT tit DQU'T TOO VCr THE RUDDER? ty ODER HERALD {SECTION w York 1st. Ixiuls Iciilcago'-..-; NATIONAL Vv'dll.Losl I'.C. 1.000 .667 .500 .600 -.500 .333 .333 .250 IPiltsburg Illoslon IllraokiysL V..-.. Bunches Hits Clilcago, Apr.' was mi I able lo buiichlills off Meadows Innil SI.' Louis won again lo 1. The visitors bunched lilts off .Vaughn in Itha first-ami flflli-Inntiige and ivon I easily. LOUIS and Vaughn, Car- Itcf.rPrcndDrgasl find Wilson, Easily, CJrfcy. inRlI, Apr. hit v.haTil- Tin Itlmely. brire iron easily 4, :E.xl.ra liade hlU featuredi'the Igamc. Cooper) .while hit freely, man laged lo keep tho'snfcUes'scaUcrctl. ,.022020liO-S 10 2 Cincinnati, I.Q12 000 10 2 Cooper, nrid Mitchell, Kncl- Cleveland' Boston...... A'nehlngloa Mew York I'lilladclplila. Cctroll St. Louis Lost P.O. 3 1 'I 1-' .GG7 2 .333 3 .250 ;v 4 .200 O-.i of Cannda's Most 1'oiiulai Athletes Has Commission With the Tigers W.hjte Soic Win Dclroll, Apr. held Dclrol.L lo two lilts 1Mb ariernoon.and scored a shut-mil Tor Chicago A Ip Joues had a Lad lirsl Inning; Cunning- Imui, who pitched (he final Inning! al- lowed two more through his own error. Chicago; Uelroll 7 000 OOP Fcber and Schalk; C. iilnghani and Spencer. Eller and lluhn. Shut-out F.or .Giants I'. York- shul lout Brobklyn'in'lh'c fir's I game of their Iscflcs'hjbVc 5 lo .0.; Bolh chiba I played 'errorless..ball but-the Olanls Ibunened 'fivc'hila In' the second -and Ifourtlt Innings NTcw York 9 "Jlrooklyn 000-0 5 I Bcliurjii Cadoro, Cheu- Alex .Loses One ir-'Bostolif'AprViCr-rll.arnesioiitpitchcd defeated lb' Triples, lu the Slaraiiville; Hailoy and Kon- [c'tcny cdunlcil two of UrJsioh's runs. Philadclr'ilJi >'.-000001 1 0 Hoslon V. V-.'--000.210 Opi-3 7 5 KIllKer; Barnes 'ami' llamlllon, Onl., April llariitllon bids goodbye to another, and' proli ably its most popular sportsman 'In (lie person o( Bobby. Kcrr, famous and one of the Ce> Lana-fide. amateur athletes who eve made lila- famous. with the IGllli BaltaHon. If he battle the Hun .as he ran 'Ilia grcaL tacc soyeral _ years ago; Iliere need bo-'n for. the ,ouhurn'-hatrc no cllfficully in toilay, the score being G [o'l. -Rulh kept thrs home .leani's, hlls-scatlbrcd, ivhlle'lhc visitors llielr safe drives. Dosloii 003'200010-G .S. 1 Pliiladclphla .S 1 Itntb anil Nabprs, .lolniaon.and rpsfporicd, wcl York; postponed. C'anl.-Kcrr _first. enlisted Tiger A few "iliV a.Vout'2( men, were transferred lo HfltlalSon.-, They, saw ri 'clmiicc 1 liilo llic fray-much earlier (liau'irthc hati remained with" Ihe 205th, took it. r. Hamlllonlans rcmcmhcr Capl.iKerr Washington-Xew" cold.- ASSOCIATION St. Paul 22 2 Kanaae City 3 S 5 Qrinner- and .-Glen'nj and feats on Ihc cinder as .well': Louisville 4 10 2 I 14 2 BowniMt, .Schulz and niiees niHl.CleDiona. Colunibns i._ i.. I H. 1 Indlnnapolla.......'.. 4 I Kasler. George and "Colempin; -Dale and Gossel. -._.... at Milwaukee, 'ilosliiou- cd, colJ. if ,llicy' 'yesterday, -.-1- brought credit Io himself, his fanai' and' Ills, city, and his gentleman! actions in comnclition commande the respect of all. lie- never .look mcairodvanlagc of on opponent.. 11 return from England where 'he ,ca lured thd; world's 200-meter chain .wag nccoinpaniod by the greatest receptions ever accqrde a These ESIUIO if am ton fans ivelconieu him Jjactc i Hint occflalon- will he glad loj..ta part Iti aiiolhcr and even inorc'glp bus rcceiitlon when tlio boys liii'ig home from the trenches. Jlobhy' is Hie style -of .lli tbo world a thorough 'man.' Wagner Quit Jeierecl at Him Should..It follov.'.that Ilonus Wag- the player o( all .his determination lo retire; Croni'-the :pasiimo; the Jeers of iinlhinklng.-faiis il :-tiayp been.'responsible.'. anil tlicro I'no" disposition "on'Ma part' Id qnar cr.'wIlh'-PrcsW'cnl Bnrnby' Dreyfus mat tor of there llpes the'i.bUlcf remembrance jl, after, riianjv.ycars of fallhful.nnd rlljprloiis sco'.'cc, he wns Jeered and liooldd inChis home of L-ertaln-shotlconilncs'On his parl. 1 puirifilder7 F'rank'.- Scliultc, ,of the lucs told, tlic j story Thau Ihe 'veteran '.Ilonus" Iias'rTo more ar TANK SWIMMING v-., .1 RECORD BROKEN .'-The -mccling to. organiie'a city. club did not .materialize at the-Herald ojflcelait night, .and was poitponed until Thursday. eyenTng when It ii hoped that; a large attendance ,of fans evident. The prospect! for a floo'd'. ball there- Is- good rnalerlal1 Lo the towna of are lining up .with which a schedule could be arrang- ed. "Apr.. iioimccnicnl was niado. to flay thai George. Lungan of Oak-- Ihc -worM's-prbfcs- slonal.ktank record :for ,y_nrds by. shimming the distance in seconds. AWN BOWLERS ANNUAL MEETING WED. EVENING Tomorrow night Lhc lawn bowlers, 10 have been tnlklng ami thinking vi'lial.they were; going to do "iieU nito'n" will have a chance to start Ings going once again. TO open e season's business President arko or Ihc Lcthbridge Ixift'n Bowl- s' Clnli has called a special meeting the club, [o present and members, and particularly Inosc ilie This en son promises to Lc ihc best Jn LC club's new on lid aro Jifiiroua of playing a me this season, are invited. tlie H. X. W. M. P. Harracks will Lc In good ft js necessary lliat a real live bunch of officers bo elected for tlie coming season. There DTC at least C5'lawn howlers In the city at present arid every last one of expected to attend this re- organization meeting. The meeting wilt be held in'the Elks Club rooms over Maclcoil Bros, store on XVcdncs Jay nfght at Make It a noint to he there on time, as there will be a bunch of imsiness to attend lo; Aquatic Club' Annual, 23rd tAKStlN EAST Toronto, April spring a ond wall goes up for younger Hood h tlic N.L.U. Alleged critics, who aw few If any of lasl year, lead for tlie retirement of llic us and llic Introduction of younger ilayei's. rFine! Ihe samu time liaiul tbe Nalionel lacrosse Jnlbn" .credit'for producing and de some splelidiJ rerutingfjhe theory Ilial generation la riot'enthusing over the Canadian national summer .1. .Take the --Shamrocks, for instance [t Is'dquMful If a younEcr_team ivotrthe easlern honors. They had Johnnie "Brennan, an. vet er'an and. Harry- Hylanc on .thei home, while HenrylScoLt wai ised intone or.tivo games, but fo Ihe most -parl the ShHrnrock twfelTi cbnsislcd of the specdy'.IrlslimEn, who were practically new lo the followers of .the game. Dlake, Farney, Mc- Egan, lioran, Mc- Carlyr and Walsh, just-starling brllh'auL careers. George UoLerts'is si ill .one of the greatest Jiprnc pjayers in-the grime, though_he be'en In It for "about eea- Eonsi wlille other vets .whom Coach Kayanagh used lo steady bis' green shirts, were also good.." .Nationals retained Laionde and Secours iii.uith while Lapansee, Dan- duraud, Boullalnc. Ilrossard, Doulre, and many ,plliers were just .breaking .Id Vpeak. CoruWall .has.somo Hplendid young rinterial m ..Watson, Allaii, Denennjv Slmslcr, ..Jacobs .and CariJenler, but it is doubtful :if (hey would.ha've looked so promising with- out IB few experienced players; like Fred DegHii, John White, Dallon Phe- laii and "lied" Don'ihee lo provide llic ballast.-.. As..for Lhe Ollawas, Presi- dent Kcnl.and his confreres lo. start out with a' number of but they 'gradu- ally- infused new' DLOOCI arid1 marie a progress, Roy Alt Smilh; Ifarolil Davies, Jlmmfe McCaf I'aul Sarazin, 'Cecil .Duncan Marty Qninn, Mike Quinn and man> jtliDrs being live illustrations of w .hey accomplished. In addition Jencnny, -Art Harrison .and Cliff ipring are all seasoned players, who have -lols of lacrosse leit in them ,ure! Hrlng on Ihe youngsterE, bu lon't forget that Home wasn't bull a dny.. That-should Le the aim of all (he clubs. And last' scasoi they evldonlly look a mighty long stride in that direction. H Is under- stood that Ihc if It re- sumes Ibis summer, will again issue an Invitation to all 'aspiring young players who will'again receive first call. CARPET BALL LEAGUE A final nice i ins of Ihe Fra- ternal Carrctball' League will v be In Moose Hall on ?'ri- v day evening to concludD v the season's Ijusincet. All team delegates be present. v v v c- o Tho annual general mcc'llnc'of the .elhbriclgc Aquatic Association will )e held on Monday, Ihe 23rd of April, 1017, at S.20 p.m. at the Y. M. C. A. and dis- osal o[ (be treasurer's accounts; election of officers; program for tho'lution wltcre necessary; lo transact season- lo consider and dispose of a any other "business. motion, of which due noLlco has been given, providing for a family member- ship at a yearly (ee of lo Includp husband and. wife, and children under Ihc age of 15, and to the constl- ELKS CLUB Alberta Block 'Heading Room. U riling noom. Bil- liards. RoGuiflr mccUugs, 1st "and 3rj Tours Gay g. .Visiting "members wel- come. v W. L. Clark. Eiallcd Ruler. O. B, Fdgell, Room 4, Alberta Block, Secreiary. him ever, since 1 broke in pml the very Ihonght of his J-auscs.a pang of .regret. Still, t be- licvo "thia" big fellow Is In earnest In get out.' In (act, ic i thnl-hc wns .ifrqiicjf- Ariel.It ITOS Iho Jcera "ans'cit linn o; rpach 'this., con elusion." an explonallon raf at first disinclined I o go liitoVx- alls. However! ho continued, saying: "On Ihc' 'day in Ihlngs were .breaking badly- for, John. He had Ixxitcd one or, two n rid no nnc In llic lot fell as badly asjic did. ..Twice IKrec llicre Tcrc liools Rnd Jells, from llic 'stand, Ihcsc things Icclcd at Wag-: AppareiiMy he djdn't Inind coming In from tlio licld.'aftcr an.cxtnt-lrying Innings, lie start in hooting nici- I KUCBS it's time lo get ouL.of the game.' cvcrvaihcc con- !'f havb Lccii cerlAln that was 'gouig lo.'nult. He Is of the. best fcllowx, oiic of Ihe'ercalcsl gcnllcinan, I -liavo cter jkiiown, anil ho Is'Mncere'.lu his every brforl. On top of that, ho fs Eciiailiye, and' 1 k'now Hint 'those unthinking ffiiia cut htm deeply tliat -1 Pillsburg" haa'. alwnys cbnaul- cred by to "get by." II wiM-lKTCcaUed thai Vrccl Clarke, was'hwicd several limes during Ills last season as a player, anil that this treatment hurried him.In his determination active 'par- llcIyaLJon in .the gahic.. WE STOCK B R AN T FO R D, CROWN 'AND .STANDARD BICYCLES. .Fitted.wltli! Durilop Traction Tread Tires equipment throughout. Prices from lo ?6p.00 'cash or. easy" terms. Second hand cycles always in stock. .Repairs and accessories. LcthlH'idge Cycle Co. li'6 Fifth Street S. THE FOOT TOGGERY The Home of Nettleton Shoes for Men The "Composite Last" Is a example of the scientific and practical attitude of Net Melon designers. ttecause this model Is cut TWO SIZES wider through the heels and Instep, It meets the special requirements. oE many feet. These Bhoes through quality. Till Clearert' W.J. Nelson Co. YOU CAN DO BETTER- ni Viroufll-.'l.can slaml koV-ariylhln? but Ihnt. When Ihcy OflY GOODS. MEN5WEOR. BOOTS t, SHOES riDRTH LETHBRIDGE TO THE-DDDR Look Over the iJlevejanils I Indians at MRC'e Our prices are rightj from to _J A full.line.of bicycle repairs' carried In slock- L for" the best stock 'motorcycle In-the world, D.E.MacDonald f P Ave.- s> Opposite Alexandra Hotel. Model No Need to Dririk Muddy Water When You .Can Have On Exhibition in our Showrooms BAALIM MOTOR CO. DELIVERED Ciistoiiipr.s call for (Iciiiijoliii iiiui'deliver orders. liislillcfl water is absolutely CLEARfePURE SAFE At 'BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLHAN, Mgr. ;