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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rvir.. DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL UP FATHER" By G. Me Manus I I CERTAINLY WbTED I THE AFTERNOOM HJ THSOWH THMTSMOV- .OFjH.1 THE OLO OUNK--f I NOT OWN iT- BOT J f HVELL- i VENT i WVE A, TOO MEAN' VOO REMEHeeftED K' The Sport Page II HAVREBAlLTEiHiFORA SERIES OF GAMES MIHE LOCALS AVitii the orgamuition of. senior, in- and junior baseball irell under way in the .city, some of the turning Uielr attention to the task ot organizing a twin to rep- resent the city ia any southern Al- berta league iliat be formed and to play exhibition games. Challenges are alreadv beginning to come ID '.j 4. wants a "game -Cardston Is' and 3 s ants to be in GRADE IX. Grade IX. ana Central school clashed jn at 4.15 yesterday, ijith disastrous resuUs for the Central in the rim -Cardston wants to be in Cej ganie, but a leaguB and 'unsuccetsful in scoring, then comes word from Havre. Mont wnere Heater, former manager it the Gittt Jalta team in IheNorthwesteni, it pilot, a.kmg tor m Alav There Is a-poss d t -t A storeT In the HCOBC, t but MCMi'My. taVof-Jonii, ted in lhe (he secured four runs. too, ttat'HllHiirtet might bring his being hUaked in the third, the Robins here tor a game lsd everj-body bat- training trip I r; setting, ali and one Lrthbridee lacks is s good Central ,eaine .-back desperate" pitcher, but ihis deficleio is likely (v, with the score 10 to. 0. and man to filled it the outlook is for a aged to get !kne also good The weatheT haa been put of Grade IX. had a little fool for training so far, tut merry time batting the" ball; and In the bqfs.are Celling for a game, so pulled in ten runs and twi hop 16 it Question Huudreds ,of Alberta boys who Is aiso a professional ball player. NEW YORK, April world champ'kon Red Sox UH baseball season here today against the New York Amer- Special ceremohfei marked the initial appearance of the teams in the pennant race of 1919. .Offi- cers of the army and navy attend- and there was if parade farjje delegation of the fleet now In New Vork harbV. The batteries today will New York, or Shore and Hannah; for Boston, .Mays or Jones and-Walters. never lock a cent of mttuoy in- their ives for playing a game ot any kind .'annot subscribe to the cranky amat-' cur ruling in effect in Canada today because at some time they played against professionals. If they 'didn't ilay against out-and-out professionals .hey played, against someone mho had inned by playing against n profession- al, and they are tarred with the pro- fessional brush by the C. A. A. U., and placet! iii the sime category as the inaa who has done time. is a professional .anyway? Ginger .Tones may be'a humdinger of a hockey player. He gets an offer from Frank Patrick, and goes to the Coast League, playing through the season. He takes money fqr-nlaylng and every- one knows it. Next summer Ginger Jones comes hackJo the prairtejto work his farm. aoar. Tahcr, say. He's a fair to, middling ball player and for he lore of the game he gees bnt and jrabs a place oh the Taber nine. No one ever, accused Taber ot supporting ball team. Taber nerer fntended to. Ginger Jones isn't get- ting any money for playing on team and Isn't halt as good a player as some of the other men cm the team. But the C. A. A. U. says that be cause Ginger Jones is a professional hockey player, which he admits, be which his playing doesn't indicate, and ;herctoro [be whole Taber team Is pro- fessionalized. The team conies to Lethbridge. 'lays a game with one of' the learns ot the Lfthbridge CEty League and be first thing the whole city ball eague Js professionalized. And, may- be, oii'e ot the baseball players plays soccer too, and in a couple of weeks' time Iho whole soccer league is elig- ible only to play iu the great English or Scottish league because they all professional. Ail ot which Is a true picture of the rottenness of the amateur ruling in, (bey shall not the local boys are the Dominion of Canada. Let's get j ing'to go to any length that the execu t ST. Fred Robins is Players Needed to Make Up Tie Eleven on three-bagger brine ing in runs, and here the game ended, irith acore 20 to 1 in. favor of Grade II: All Grade DC. played veil, and Hinekf played Uio star game for Central. Waddington iras The lineup: U.': r Hill r.f.; VoClaia, pltchar; Johnson, Selt- i.s.- Kemm, c.; Ahrenv, c.t.; Scott, Batenfan, l.f. lb.; Leech, aod.Dafoe. p.; OlcCambley and Difoe, Steele, s.s.; TillacX, c.- Blciell. ci.; Kessler, 3b.; llincks, A meeting of St. George's United Glut) iras held bit night, o.rtl- CTn alected and plans for seasoa by inningi Oil 6 Grade, IX. 0 0 5 The. fokii -were tie officers iPresMent. P. T..- Robins; SW secretary- treajurtr, Ceo. W. Faraoni; eiecutire, T. Oxland, J. Gurr. C.- Wakelen, R. COT St. >hare room (or a ?ew won and tkow Fishing to join eonmsnicare any of the off! rera Practice in the ball park Thurs "dar. at 7 7i.ni. COAST LEAGUE n. E. H. Salt Lake -.4, 12 1 Lot .511 and Spencer; Crandall and R II. E 7 1! 3 San frandsco......... 10 It 1 (Hrfner, )rcKendry, Vance, Larkln, Brtwfey, Plercay and Mtirray; Seilon, .TMrnock and McKDe other gao WNDMINS ON Hinrant ISSUE (Raymond. Recorder) The local members of the War Vet crsr.5 are solEdly. behind in their stand that .lherilenuon. This die Recorder learns by Interviews with diffcren individuals. U is said that thesa pec- pie should not benefit'by the sacrlHce of the last few years hud in order tha something -ivorkabie. Le.t's %tartvlt in Alberta and it will eooa spread. Let's stick out against the promiscuocE play- live may retommeail. This attilucie is of special signific ance, as It is trial of thpse qoaHfied t ing o( pUyera tafciap part in Thft district Teterans aport, YOUR LIFE INSURANCE OF THEUnpST ESPECIALLY. AT THE ENT TIME TO YOURMLR. AND FAMILY. Do you (hat tat Yalua of the of ft maa, 35, taming pw aavtm, to hi] dependents ii onr I17.W, and his iniurablt raliw With Taliw o( the dollar, the ram who, perbajw, wu imjiy fire years ajo, shoiiu day DOUBLE hli protection. Talk orer your Insuruce seeds irith your THEN SEE Agent of CANADA LIFE H J H.SKEITH Sherlwk Block Phone 1343 us make it Possible for, (rom that the Hutterlte in 'no public affairs allon, and Waldo Trench, motor machine guns; Captains Alfred Baker, machine, guns; Herbert Cochrane, medicals; Robert Hebden, 13th baltal- ion; Alfred Howell, Hlh battalion; Frederick Slowell, 12 111 Frank Taylor, Central Nigel Theobald, 7th battalion; Thompson, machine guns; Rev. Cecil Stuart, chaplains; Lleu'tenants Bey XeviU, 14th battalion; Joan Sec- ton, motor machine guns, and Arthur Whits, railways. Officer of the ot the British George Y'. M. C.A. his amateur card. Let's.make it all The several locals of the Unlteil Fanners in the Bear Lake district in Northern Alberta, have fonned a dis- trict union, and are moving to estab- lish a creamerv. -The officftra include: President, B. Shtanert; vice-presi- eur is ab less an amateur on that .moml ritetB are follow its closelr tie dent, Chaa. secretarjr-lreasur- account. have a little common' deliberations of their committee. Jerj H. L. 7 'ordinsiry horbq sense injected into the C. A. A. U and Branches. iita awm7UI valu. a .IUAKD Ii Ait .S open and ibcre hoard. If a man is a i "d out of lor professional let's mark him down as merchandne. Furthermore they as- such. If au amateur plays against Ihe-Menncnltes have some of Ihp. and heals him. hair oil htm-the bwtjand of the district. Ray- witli area of 130 square miles, where there was nearly one royal per- sonage-for every five square .-miles. These' included the reigning prince, 17 'princes and seven princesses. CANADIANS DECORATED LONDON, April {Canadian As- sociated The loliowins Can- adUns were decorated by the King investiture at Bucfciiighanl Paiace: .Majors Old Country Football Scores LONDOX, April English leaf oe football games, played Kaster Monday, pa the grounds of the first named clubs, resulted as. follows: Lonton Combination Arsenal 3, Cryslal Pslice 2. Chelsea 3, Queens Park Rangers 0. Clapton 4, Brenlfor'd 2. UlUicjll Athletics 3, Tottenham Hol- 4. Ham Z; Falham J. u '--Xliiixi Hudderaflekl Town 0, Uccoln Cilj 0. Midland Subiidlary NolU Notta (Toronto Today at the Island Stadium tlis To- ronto Leafs -will commence their train- ing season. There are only half a doz- en of the players here, hut all or most ot the1 squad-of twenty wlll.be before the end of the week. President Full! ha.? notified the clubs'Uiat final preparations for the opening of the season Trill be made at a meeting at Newark on Friday. The passage of the Walker-Maloue Sunday Ball Bill In New York State gives the International five Sunday towns, making it possible for all of the clubs to be engaged every Sunday throughont the season. Manager Gibson came to town yes- terday, hut could .nbt irtduccd to Ulk about _lfian7a ycrjng pitcher from whom he is angling'.' Southern coiiege (or CUB RAN PLTM.OUTH, Bit., April McGcortr, ot Ortioih. Wis., last defected Patrick Currr.n In 8 romdi. had received tucn that bis sftcondVtbrwr mp vpoaft. MoOoortr b a Mi4 Cur. ran a 3. Rothefkas County 1, SaeffleM Wed- nesday LanMahlre tvbaidiary Msnchwter United 2, Manchester City Oldhara I, Rochdale 0. Stockjwrt County Soulhnorl Ccu J. "Bear" In College Circle's "You've heard all these fee, or.ii Mathevrmns, but this tig lad is surely another 'Big tlie pilot. "He pitched sensational hall in collogo garnes throughout the far Southwest last season and dill riot lose a game. He is twenty years of age, a right-lianilcr and -weighs 155 The oulficldcrg wlio have Ordered to re-port to Manngcr at tli'j Island Stadium are Westlakc, Ander- son, Whiteman. Holden, JJrcckanrlfige, 'Morton and Harmon. TlrecXotiridso comes frpin Belolt, WIs., Morion from I Abdications and Dethronements Reach Astounding Total.of 1 27? People BERLIN', April pro; lessor figures out that the abdications aiid dethronements' in. Germany in- 27a persons. Bavaria leads with OILD king, .one nueen, 15. princes, 16 princ-esses. five dukes and one duchess. Prussia lias sent 33 royalties inlo-ex- ile. including the emperor, empress, twenty princes ami eleven princesses. Brunswick is nt the bottom of Hie list with only the ducal couple and their children. The two liny princi- palities nt Reuss, whose area is hard- ly one three-hundredth part of that of Prussia, hare exiled 36 royalties. The principality of: Lippe, only about 20 miles larger than the Reuss states, had a royal family.num- bering .24 persons. Most extraord.in- ary is the case of Schanmburg-Lip'pe, BARRY. England, April American steamer I.uella, In the Unit- id States .transport service, bound from St. .Xaziare for Kew York, put In here today with the- crew of the British steamer Itoscdale on board'. The HOiedale was sunk in a collision wilh the Luella.' Ths Laclli Ictt'St. Kui'liVot] April 17 a full cargo, but the only Iroops on board were two members of the ordnance'c'phvov.' She was due to' call at Barry os New York, she la 'expected to arrive'on May Tho.Rosedale is' a veaaei of tons. Her home port "Is ton, Ont. Thps. %Parry .Sound pioneer, is dead. MOTORCARS R'JSJELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING Tbt Jwk Lti 2nd Avt., opp. Httel 1544 Montreal and Harmon South Atlantic is from the He -was ovcr- OlStONS GETS DECISION SAN FJUKtilicO, April Oftbont, of St. Paul, was given a de- claton In i fourrotiml faont last night Soldier Bartlleld, They are mlddleweights. of Brooklyn. WARNING There one. or tiro tires on. tils market' that are similar In name and appearance to 'he KELLY-SPftlNQFI ELD TIRE, and we mlcrstami thai some dealern are taking advantage of the fact that there is a growing demand for KELLY-SPRING- flKLD TIREft, and are-offering these "copy-cat" tires io the puhllr. ektalag that they are the genulnu KELLY-SPRINOFIELD. for your llfwraatkm ami prbtectlin, we may sey -lhat M> gcniune have the Words "KELLY-SPRINGFIELD" In unboSKCd on Ire! lr sides of .the tire, llemembsr this, and ace Out tiien words -appear oh the tire next time you car: for a KELLY. if you wait to be sure ot getting KELLY-SPRING. F1BLD tttlity and aerrlce. LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. seas with the Canadian troops. Thn Infield will he sclectcil from Onslow. Wagner, Gonzalcs and Purtcll if last season's Gaclsby of St. Thomas and Busse of Clevelantl, From Thompson's Town pitching squad In camp will in- clude Heck. Atchele, Peterson rnd Jus- in if the 1918 Leafs, Hanson of St. [ohn, and Quinn of Bayonnc, X. J., z southpaw recommended to the Toronto club by the man who discov- ered "-Tommy'' Thompson. lanacc-r Gibson expects to do most the catching himself, hut will Itb f assisted by Snycler, secured from the] Brooklyn and Ucc of the Park Nine, Toronto. When the weather la favorable the sqriad will work from ten o'clock in Hie morning until (our In (lie after- noon. Manager Gibson bellev'c-s trial better results are secured In that maii- ner <'han by a couple: of hours In the morning, "knocking off" with tho dinner-bell ami resuming'in the altcrnoon. should .weather interfere nith (lie iircpnrslfon of the' team, tho pilcliers at least will work Indoors, perhaps on the dirt floor at the Repository. We Are Closing Out :The Balance ot Our OVERLAND CARS A Ftw M Uft at a Reduction D. S; WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FQURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIOCE Don't your Tires spoil .your pleasure, durioc this fine 'Vy'e repair them stay.; right. TIRE SERVICE Phone 40S 2nd Avenue S. I The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP U Reliable THE RADIATOR MAN 411 FIFTH CENTRAL GARAGE REPAIR ANY MAKE OF CAR, FORDS A SPECIALTY A proposal Is ztvol at Pilot Mound to Institute a branch of the ChrljtUn Men's Federation in Tin foil. FORO LIVE STORAGE DAY AND NIOHT HEAR ALEXANDRA; HOTEL PHONE 1023 FOURTH AVENUE S, OH! BOY! Tint's what you will say whim you see joir next ft Iff dose the Your tire will IraIII np'wlth Ibn best of Ireih ttew material and will receive by ettrinf' In oar new Rib dxilgit'and flnlsli that eiacdag. mini Willdrd Plain Lugoafe YooTl find tbirt quick actioa ive rate the WQliwd Station. far my Mr of oat of We have some Bargains in Second Hand Cars CALL IN ANO SEfr'THEM Ajtnt for Miller filarairtMd to five lonf mileatt. We owr own Auto the? In BIJOU MOTORS FIFTH ST.-8, tTM SOME GOOD VALUES IN BAALIM MOTOR Co. Of UNWN MM our ;