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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY MBRAL0 WEDNESDAY. APRIL 17. H .BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManud BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWUNG Sox and Qants Look Strongest '  -- -- Hugh FuUerton Figures It Out Baforr the big Ipaxue seasan oppned HuRh S. Kullertun. tlir noted hasp Ml fUtlitician iii�d� a thorooih analraU of lk� trenxtli of the respeetivp tMB* m Mob laMa* M they aypMired from tbclr line-up on paper Here h hit ftndlnic in tlBurcn. without ftKuring on th� kvown offPTMlve and de-f�Mlv� Mrcagtli or wealinpfii of aacti comtiinatfon: Boaten ..... nerelaad .. New York . Detroit ..... St. Ltfola ... WaaUagtan Pktladelphla Naw Tork . CtaelBBati . St. LiOttii .. Ckicago ---- > Boatoa ..... PfclladalpttU Broeklya ... PttUbnrgh . Natlanal Uaafue. Intd Outrd Cat r ritr ToUla 49o: :i4S7 138:: 1 '.m n 10944 47&� 3340 12�3 ItiOl 10860 4743 am IIW 1572 10810 BASEBA results AMERICAN Won Lost Pet Boston.......... 2 0 1.000 St. I^uig........ 1 0 l.OoO Waablngton....... 1 1 .500 New York........ 1 I .500 Philadelphia...... o 2 .000 C'blcaito......... 0 ,t .000! Detroit.......... 0 0 .000 Cleveland........ o 0 .000 (9y Ralph Ravail of "Tha Caaadtaa OoUar) Tha aarly opeaioc �f the golf sea-�OB throachoat tha Mjor portion o( tha DaalBiaa, hrlaca tha qiieatioB ot tetalUcaat haadleapptas very forcibly ta tha attaattoa ot capUlna and aea^ hart at mteb eomaiittaaa. to wboai tfca cradlBff of playars la uaiiallr'aB-tmtii th ert B. Vancortlandt, retired New York banker, who comaHtad mlclde two uioaths ago. left aa attata of between 18,000.000 ana #l,o0,0�>, So much interest hat baan arouaad over Clonie Tait's Hcrap with Hlchla .Mitchell in Milwaukee, that tba faaa wlU be glad to get a Milwaukia report of the scrap. The following it tha report of the mat( h as written hy .^am Levy for the Mllwaukaa Joaraal: Casting aside speed aad aclaace, and displaying for the (irat time in Ills career punching ability, Richie Mitchell, purl iciiiuiIng in bia tirtt rtag engagenient In ulmoHt a year, ttowed away Clonie Tait. an unknowa hare-abouts, ill eight rounds batara tha South Side A. C. laHt night. The eighth round had geaa about a minute and a half whan Mltchall ,jinapped over a rigiit acroaa t� tha In-Oian's Jaw. Down want taktag tha count ot five. So dated" waa ha when he rof^, that ha acarcaly kaaw what ha wat doing. He aaUlidiMi hia bands to hlH opponent, at if ha waate4 to escbapge grouting*. Tberau|Nlt I Ottawa. April 16.-New regulations governing tba publication of statements, raportt or opinions or the verbal espraaalon of opinions which may tend to waakan or detract from the united effort ot the people ot Canada in tbe proaacutloa ot the war, were promulgated tonight in the form of an order In couacll which received the assent of tha govarnmant today. The purpose of the order la council is to present critlcltm ot a klad that would divert attention from the object of winning tha war. Tbe provision is made tor the talaure and destruction ot presaea, plaat, machinery or ma terlal used la the publication ot any matter which, in tbe opinion of tba secretary ot state, constitutes a bin dranca to united actloa. Hon. C. J. Dobarty. minister ot Justice, in explaining the order In council to the press tonight, paid tribute to tbe loyal service of the great majority of newspapers. He expressed the vlaw. however, that the time had come when criticism ot a hurtful nature to the cause of the allies ^ should b� dealt with. Tbe idea, he aald. wat to have a clear cut law which would prevent abuses in the future. Nawtpapars. he said, were at liberty to inaka critical statements providing they ware statements ot tacts, but thay must take the respon sibllity of etUblUbIng their truthful nass. Lacroaae Enthoaiasta of Vancouver and New Westminster to Revive the Game Vancouver, Arrll 16.-About twenty-five lacroaie players and tans ot thto city met over a doten representatives from New Wattminttar here last night with a view to reviving (Canada's national pastime this summer. Tbe raault wat that Vancouver aad Naw Wattmlaator will la all probabrtllty again play for tbe MInto Cup, emblematic ot Caaada't lacrotta champlonablp. Weatmlaater't lacrotta officers ara enthutlaaUc over tha proapaoti of reviving the game but demanded that the MInto Cup ha at stake If the teams compete. Con Jonat was not in favor ot having the teams play tor the cup, but It was finally decided to Interview the ottlcialt ot tbe B,C.L.A. to find out if they have any objections to the famous trophy being played for. If, at the end ot the ssaaon an eastern team wishes to come west to play for tbe cup, the winning coast team will accommodate It. MEN WYSCHAETE (OflNTmUBb from FnovT Paob) MUST GO SLOW London, April 17-A lengthy meeting of the Unionlat war committee, which waa attended by 127 mambert. waa held in tbe bout* of commons laat night to consider the question ot Home Rule in Ireland and tbe war. An official aanouncamoat totuod after the meeting tald: "Tha ditcuttloo was a very grave one." According to the Daily Telegraph. Sir Bdward Carton, tha Ulster leader, spoka In the interett of Ulatar while tha otbar mambert urged that ovary effort ihould ba made to tacura a aat-tlamant of tha home rule quaatlon, avan at tha tacrlflca,of long cherttb-ad princlplat. No raraitttlon, tha papar taya, wat adopted, but tbe remainder of loallng waa thpt tha govara-meat mutt proceed Cuut iuusly wilb the home rule bill.    THC tAIMC SPIRIT   ,-   London, April 16- "Tha   aama spirit that carried yaar 4  araiy throuab 1914 tuttalat us   all again today againit over- 4  whelming odds,' aald rield   Martha! Halg ia a talagram   aant taday to riald Marshal  "While tba enemy hopes to frus trate our plan by forcing changes by weight ot numhara, to far tbe Incom parable ataadtaatnats ot our toldlara hat deprived tha enemy ot the fruits of his schemes. �The latest report is that tbe enemy hat carrlad Wyttcbaate and ettabllth ed blmtelf la Bpanbroekmolen There tore, although wa are on the ilopet of Matalndt RMge, tbe greater part ot the ridge ia In the enemy's bands. Hard Attaeki "The enemy is attacking hard In the direction of Materen and tbe situ ation there is obscure. From La Bassee ta Robacq the Oermans are vigorously shelling our lines. At Boy elles, south ot Arras, the enemy gain ed a footing In our trench system but a counterattack drove falm out." �ritlah Offlalal The enemy alto endeavored to de-veioit an attack yeaterday afternoon east ot Robecq. following tbe bom bardment already reported, but hit advance waa brokau up by our tire "In centequenee ot the prograat made by tba enemy on tha Lyt front, our troopt holding our forward poai-tlont eatt ot Tpraa have been withdrawn to a naw line. The witbdrawal wat carried out deliberately, without interference by tha aaemy, Yettarday arternoon partiat of his troopa, advancing over our old potitloat ware CROP CONDITIONS MACLEOD DISTRICT .Maclend, April 18.-The paat week has been one of the best for the farmer in the carrying out ot his greater production campaign. Tbe weather was all that could be wished for, bright sunshiny days, a warm went wind that dried any wet places making them so that tbe seed could be sown. The ground was In good condition, stock and tractors in good working order, and with plenty of good seed and a light shower or two ail went merry aa a wedding bell, until the report of formalin having been tampered with stopped some from the seeding for a tew hours, but blue stone was immediately used and the result was that Saturdsy saw a^ont titty per cent, ot tba ground seeded with wheat. The or^ln of the formalin story seems to ba a mystery, but many ot tbe first fields sown are now showing tha green of the plants from the taad to treated, and all are watching the germination ot the grain which so tar It all rljht. A few days ago Major Stames In charge of tbe R.N.W.M.P. here, was called to Reglna. He has alaca been heard of at Quebac with hIa men. Snpt. Tucker, who waa In command here, was called north to attend thn funeral of his brother, aad Snpt. McDonald ot Cardston It now In command. Ordera haye gone out to have all men, horses and aqulpmant ratura-ed to the post here. These will be all received during tills weak. Aa all the N.C.'s and maa have volunteered for overseas servlea, thara to still living in the hearta at thata man the hope that they will yat ba aant at a unit. Tbe number of aan hara when all are In will be hboat tt. yarhapt 40. m Bob i one t I t v( M -  , � . , > , . The Nash 'Tha ear with tha parfaated valve in head matar. VALUE CARS AT VOUIME PRICES WC ARE PklASCO TO ANNOUNCB THAT WK HAVC THItS MOOILt ON OIWLAV NOW. BAAUM MOTOR CO. NOMI OP THB CHBVflOtJIT �AOK or UNION BANK NARNV NOLMAN, Mffk ;