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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LtTIIBniDGB DAILY IIEnAtJP 11 KSDAY. APniL 23, lOlR BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus 3VfiC�. ^ rN^�N4 WHO HE "'"O LET Hti^ ME 00t irr.v T!i in uricini-a tion. adniinUtriitiDii. omi.pmen' inil 'il>o!i)tiiU'-the iiilli's :n liehrlnK spirit, wiiich pf'set* ilifiii aii One \;ii�t-ican or onp I'rtnailian ran lii'k anv s.x (iermaiK ihat j-vtr \'.\-a\ Toftetiicr fiipv" rhaiiiiuoii'* - .ilon*' tiiey ! as yellow as jaiindti> ' 1 � Banebil! iriakr"-" wonij.-fiii 5>iidiiT� ; II' tea.'iie? n mai; 'o ;(ri niiickly ami; on hln Dttii initi.Tivp I woulJ rither; nave a iouii'i*" ''f li'inilr-ii lull ii.avers ; in (>n� repim*-!!' (iian thr iMrk oi 'uoj ileiman ilivi!�:;)ii- BASEBA RESULTS EVERS THROUGH AS FUNERAL TABER MEN VERY LARGE Geo. Bain and Samuel Francis Arc Buried-.Services Held in the Churches Al Rom. now a member of the 7tth battery in training at C�l-(ary, d'ama to have wen a home for himself with the boxing fans in that eity. Only a few of the Catgary fana ever appreciated the calibre of bout* ttagad here the patt two winter teasont till they �aw Rosa in action balore Ser^t. Kid Scaler'* club on Friday evening laat. The Calgary "Canadian", report haa the following compli-jnantary thing* to (ay attout the Lethbndge battler. If It were for nothing elae than the reault cf these prelim-arie*. the evening'* entertainment waa a howling uccca*. But no. The main boutt ware among the beat ever �een in Calgary. Thi* boy, Al Roaa. of the 7�th battery it a bear. He %\irt\y lived up to his reputation of cni Clev.'land defeating :^t, I,cuts todav �roJii.4iix S n (I Havenport. [.eiiield and .NuuauMk-er. (.'ovelski and ON'eill. Ci-.M-'je Koiiter. pitrher. lo the Reds, nu'uus just cue tbiDK of any importance li means, beyond question that John Kver*. former >;reat seeand basonian. has reaebed the end of the trail He is through �rf a playinu .-ei-I'lid lia-i' man. Thei-- .ir'- several re.i-ons for this � on( liision The iirohahly is that .At t''" elo�e of thf servli tFrotn i*ur nwti Cnrrr^pon If^nt> Tsber. .\pril - The funeral on Thur.-tday afternoon at :". o i loek of the late George Haiti was one of the largest e/er lielil In Taher. beInK attended by citizens of every i laas Including a large number of miners aninnK whom Mr Hain wa.s deservedly popular. The service was conducted in Knox diurch and was in charge of the pastor, the Uev .\ ('. Hrynn. as ' sisted by the Rev. Thos I'hllps, and the Rev Mr. Taylor .\tter ifciyinK a tribute to the sterlInK character and ' worth of the deceased and expressinn | the profound sympathy of tlie whole I comtnunlly for .Mrs Hain. her clilld ren and the sorrowln;; relatives, Mr Bryan preaihed an appropriate sermon from First Samuel :t � Thero Is ''III a step between me uml death ' the "Dead The .Vnierican li^asue .iaa;n sk.niie'i lliB National leami." aliv.- in the sprints tnrerlea^iie se-i.'s playr'd durin; the pas; three weeks .\s ih!s years schedule was th>- mo�t elaborate ar ranited i>y tiie teams representing tiio two leagues and 'ouk in all ilubs witli the eicjptl.Tii of tl.c rwc^ Chicago teams. t!ie games se.-ni k) bear o:i' the fact that ti.e American leaci-^ has a d�clded edge on t!ie Nauoiials. as already has he.^n evidenced hy th.-younger league* victories in ^eveu oT the last eight world s series Th" Bostop Braves and Cincinnati Ueds especially were r:)iited by their .\merican league opponents, while th-Brooklyn team saved itsiiif a roui iiy a great comeback .-ifter the Hostoii Red .Sol had won �U games our o: the first seven. The series ended I iiostoii, \pnl MottriilK'- s'oiiped Hostoii'.- V. iiHiinK slr.-ak uf'".- it luid ; ('allied six and New York won II lo i4 Score- -\''-w Vorl, Ho-^ton . .Mopi- igt Jor--- and .\f,'!i"v,- , rn-;..UMi,:',cil - 11 �J'M'.tillO.Olt^- * ^ 4 .iiid Hunnah; I.ooiiaid. l-lvers. himself, declared last winter whi'n !io was trying to dispose of his -i-rvices tiia' lie didq r know whether !)> would be able to play next summer The admis.slcin meant that he realized he was app'Din hing the end. hut wanted to make jne more fling at it Shean's acquisition means that Kd j Hallow iias discovoied tile weakness March in SauP was played while the congregation were withdrawing from t'hii,i.ifo. \pril Bv pIttyinK in todays game, won easiii hv r>etroii. from ChicaKo 7 to :!. Kddie ColUn.-i tied tho major leagiii- record made by ;Sam Cr.iwfoid of Detroit, for a number of consecutive games -iilayed. I'ol-lin- ha.s played in 472 i^jme.- without a inNs. siiirting in W \ with the Phila-d'-Iphia .Siore: Ueiroi-.......licj(Uiii.4Mii -7 \\ \ Chicago .......oiiliiiiii iiii:; -P, .', .; ......._............ . James iiiid .''tiinage, ('ifotte. Dan seven games to five in Roston's favor. ' f"""''' ""'I ^> Spring 8i. liouis sertes The Ysnkee� and the Detroit Tigers inflicted brutal punlshraen^ on their .National league opponents, and th'ir decisive victories gave the .\mer.cans the big edge. The '\'ankees won seven out of eight games and scored runs asainst l.'i (or the Braves. The Uraves were shut out three times, anil only twice in the series did Bosion score mure than three runs a gamo Detroit won nine out of iwelve Washington. Johnson lost hi- of the season b . . _ adelphia bunched liits with errors in the sixth inning and defeated Wnsh-ingtoii .1 to 1. Si ore: rhiladelphia . . . iii'iii.'in,-,,iiOil \Va.9hlngton .. .. Dud.iilii.iinu- l I'erry and Perkins, Johnson .\iiisniith. and ,NeA Vork . Philadeljiliia I incinnati . gapu-s from Cincinnati, and in 'io^i'K i p'n's'lfiu-p . ' NATIONAL Won IJeut "Bi;!!" O'Hara. who signed in the Raus l>er Kaiser league while playing the Toronto outfield, has en listed with the .National I>efenri- so defy in .New York and Is actively aM Ing in recruiting when not engagfd on the lecture platform In a recruiting speech last J^ieut. O Hara said. "Ulieri the kaiser is piicning lie throws 'em straight for yoiir head and there's smoke on his fast on�." "When you meet a Boche on the bases you ve got to act quickly. ' "The only way to tag a (lerman Is | Toronto, April 22 -On account of to put the cold steel on liim and see i the new call for man power the To ', that he stays put The (Jermans oh-1 ronto and district and provincial foot-! serve no rules-Spalding is a dead ball leagues are seriously considering i language to them and yau might as the proposition of forming an aina! j well throw the rule book away" gallon and operating as one ieagim , "The gr.mes at the Sonime convinr ' this season. Special meetings have; nd a lot of us that thli> series wouldn i been called and a joint session will be a walk-away As thmg aro going , be hold Thursday night to decide tho now, I thing the outcome will depend ' matter. , ho ran up S". runs to 45 runs for i Cliu ilinatis 1 The .\merlcan league teani" dur night ' ing the aeries won thirty two (jami-s I against sixteen victories for liie .Na I lioual league outfits, for a perpfiii I age .607 NEW CALL AFFECTS SOCCER w.;s pulled oi'r Harro>v needed a [second sucker anil had ' an unruly ___ I pitcher on his iiatids. He offered \a o. ^^-^Ijp,.! swap the obstreperous one for the hiiil straight game ' sacker and .Mathewson snap- iodav when Phil-; "f '^"P'-'*' '" reacii terms with Ko.ster. in tase Ko.^tr should consent to I report to the Reds there isn't a ques-, I tion hill 111 It 111'' Cincinnati stock, now at a Uigli level, would he even better. Foster is a preat pitcher, smart with plenty of -tuff." lie would supply void in tli" Cincinnati makeup Kv.'ts main valin- to the Red Sox nit�'r tli'> Hoston team hud signed him to a iiig lontrail, will consist of his coachlnt? ability, ufs playing will he done largely on the coaching lines this year, but lie \\,11 continue to draw a iiiige salary toi Uis efforts, even '!iou*fh ihey do i: ,i amount lo aa much as in years (.�.om- l>v .lack llendrick- was quite eager to ----- - I gel !:vers I'or tb" I'ardlnal.H, hopin� I .N.'w York, - .New York ; that the veteran isould be able to play ; mams liie only undefeated leain ia the'( part uf the liiue .md would be a val I major |ej�.'iies. when they won from i iiabl^ addition to I he Cardinal,'* because j Bosion her'- today hy a score of 4 lolof bis ability to teach youngsters, ' L' Score; illendridts Iniii'ld lacks a real high-Boston .......I'iiii,(i0u_ndl-tion of .fohn. IT WAS A FAMOUS MEKTING ,\noilier governor has refused to permit Wlllard and Kulton to tight ill hi� slate, thii^ litne Oovernur Gun-ler, of Colorado It is nojv up to the governor of .North Carolina to con-1 fer once more with the governor of day by winning the second game ofiy,uth ( arollua the series to 2, Score; Chicago......(iU(>,(>0 to I. .Score: Pittsburg......(lOn.niO.IOl ."i 14 ,e biMly was burled In (he Taber cemetery Th.' funeral dlreclors were Messrs Loumls and l'"etterley Funeral Mrs, Francis On Thursday aftrrntem also at l' i) nv the funeral of .Mr Samuel rrances , an old and respected citizen of Taber was held. The service was conducted In the .Mormon church, of which Mr ^Yances was a member, and was In ch'rge of lilshop llaynes Tiiis service too was largely attended Many persons comlngJn from the sur rounding country. The obsetiules were in charge of .Mr, Justice Layton. .Mr Frances was 7i> years old and passed away on Satiinlay. .>\prll l:tth. In .Medicine Mat hospltak where he had undergone a severe opeT*tlon� He le:ives behind three sons of whom John and Kdward reside In I'aber. and four iliiughters .Mrs .lohnston eparlmBnl of Ihe Y. .M. C. A. Me win return during Ihe week and complete arrangemenls. AT MAGRAIH A (From Our Own eorrespondunD Magrath. .Vpril 2i� -One of the best Iiairiotic progrnras ever held In .Magrath was that given on Tuesday evening under the direction of the M. I. A. The subject of the evening was France The opening prayer was of fered by A Mener. The National .\nfheni of FraiK e 'The Marsellalse " was v.-rv nicely sung by a ladieri chorus as follows Mrs Fletcher. .Mrs. Babcock. Mrs Karl. Mrs H. Wood. .Mrs Leavitf and Miss Davis .Mr. K P Tanner gave a very good address, his subject being tho "Friendship^ of France and I' S " Me spoke of the revolutionary wtr and gave some very Interesting facts concerning the I'nlted States and the present war The story of "Joan of Arc " told by Miss Watson, everyone listened with lapl attenlion after which the lireit> little soMK "Joan of .^rc we are Calling You" was sweetly rendered by /elpha Harris The display and explanalion of the French ilag was given by Miss .Mercer. This was extremely interesting and enjoyed by all A very ;;oorl solo hy llrant WooUey "Gooii By Broadway. Hello France.' was nexi in order Deeds of French valor and a dcscrip tion of the battle , ' -Mirni" was givtyi by Mr. Karf A very good men tul picture was drawn by him and bl.s listeners were well pleased with the remarks The Boy Scouts then i losed tho evening entertainment with Ihe rousing chorus "Over There." .Not as large an audience'was present as was anticipaleil by those in charge hut however, we hope In the tuturo these rallies will be better attended, :is they are very Interesting and in structlve. The ne�t will convene at 7 20 Tuesday evening. April 23rd. Mrs. !-' Karren was pleasantly surprised on f-'riday afternoon by a number of her friends. Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Taylor spent tho week end visiting in Cardston. .Mt. Orlando Rich will shortly open up a vulcanizing shop here. His headquarters will be alon for 1>1�. We Carry the Most Complete Stock of TIRES in the City Our new ipring ihipmentf contUt of ^ sizes for all CVS. .>�bMi�4�MikUattMI4KJlia<4 BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOMC OF TNI CHIVnOLIT BACK OF UNION BANK HARRy HOI.MAN, W�A 528276 666046?4 ;