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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HA OF. �ne THE LFTHBRIDOE DAILY IlKHALD WEnXKSDAY. APRIL 24. 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus BOX TMM- pioe OOT ME ViPt WONT LET Ht �bMO^E IN ^- ^KNO^T TC ^OUR HOObE V'lTH A C^^D �N IT -oNNfiN' �T*^ FROM -riOME WRNT TO Od " �?>�>: * > � * > rnt'r la^t tiUt;'. J.uiii'~ Mi DoiHiiig'ii, a fornioi- Ki' i.i'iig!i�> Ua*�brtll p1a>'-. -l. ar.l ;li.'n 'iH)k tiis own !ifi Til.; iiiui l)f�n c.-^tranK*'1 for ^om- .ini>> ? * > >  BASEBAL RESULTS AMERK AN Won I.nst IT Oki Cap Anson is *n iBrurablf boontrr of tlio ol i rliii.' b�ll player n-��iin>t ;hf star� of Ui" pres-r.: Ar. ^on ni^de varjo,i}� �'a;t':i>".i ~ uboul relali me .v tSu- p!.i> prs of i.';i> past aid ihf pn -"-nf wiiic'i do not (ir.a favor �;th u>l Tyru!*" �'obi- .t - m i>a!p I'.irinor, in th? 'nom flajrrant fJin pas tlie c&ptain >it li, le A: i Htyi that B.tly Sunday lould iiin riBf� aroi'ud Colih jnoney. 1 hail 10 wi'm k my nM riiirago r.>ani in :nmh nam.' way tlist i Conn:  M.i.-k wr.-. ked !he prt-s^nt day ! I liil;id>'lp:i;.i Athl.'tii s My team was just a.- much ! I.oiiis ... Horlian and National IcaRue^ jiisi .1 fpw years a^o �On.-.irr' 1 the onlv S- I'au!. April 21' - llu' Minnosofa li'ixiiiK ;; ilav vot.^d iiii;ininioii-I ^ lo approve ... I .' .^oii !h.' Willard-Kulton llplu ai St. Paul , , . . 1 .1 :.''), on .Inly 4;h -- Till' i ouiiiiis-iion and Colonel Miller - ritrlirr Thorniali r. u-hod an aKreeiuen' Aiurcby Wll-h'ld Ilostoii hiltesH , i-m-d and Kiilton -a-IU icicive their mniiiK today when sh,ire of ihe fi(�hi in hihPrty hond� run of the i 1. , ;ii a' In iiu- Twin Citie.u. GREAT FEAT (CWTINUKD from FRONT I'aOBJ nel and entrHnci'h lo th� two ports, tf this rould posnltily bp manaKed " In one gerond It neeined ad tf every battery In the ncinhborhood had ion oentrated In fire on thn leading irui H�T. How It was able to get ahead none of thone \vHt('hing her understood. Qreat neventeen inrh Dhelln and othern of Kmaller calibre flow aroimd her like hall He. Damaotd Crulter When Hie altacljiiiK ship and in landing pHrly had coiupletoil iheir work, the sailors and maiitie^^ were laken Hhoard again despiie i,ie damaged (onditinn of tlie (miser, wlilcli lihrii began to make Its way out of the harbor Uriiisli sailors knocked ihotti on the bead Willi 1 liibs and rlfleit and sent 'll j fare throwing the hal! Amos l{ua!l tna; was -"en In'>r. riark tiriffltu would probaldv have .\siii-w the old haiiona! le.igne,' ^ay- Arn-on ' i,een the best if iie bad bad the spe.-d ' Of the prp��nt day pitcher-- .M.-'w-.v ; He hud control developed as no .xhc: V,;, .h .nc' .n son was the greate.-i; .Mexaiulei an-: ; pitcher *ver had and knew every ha' � loade i- i�o Johnson are first clas.* perfornters j ;er in the league I Wa.hinnton ytclunelMiilcr agreed !.. rive apiroxi-I operation, continues the 'jorrospon-j ,,p ,;,,^ ,,,t ^i^e afraid to lire a ir.a,...y.. per cent o. the gross ro- dent. the concrete-laden cruisers. I ,hoi lest we reveal our exact where- - ccic !,.lhe Red ( ros^ or ilie rov- wph which It was intended to block :-i,,,,,., ,,, ,iie enerflv Vmcirentlv he .nitnent recroation fund ,u,d he also the channels, made their way through j ut.ged U for b.! ^hrew' a!,; Jo'.inson has as nlre a delivery as any pftther 1 ever witnessed, lie gets "When we took on- t\:^-around ^he world we had intende April Philadelphia ^traiKli victories over lakiniK today's gniiit^ 1 'o great speed without apparent effort. I go oolv as far as Aiisnalia The Trini  and should last for many years I of Wales, late' King Rdward Vll In the olden days we had a izcn sgropd to afren.! our ?ames -.f wc stiirs. and there are not .iv^r two now. I'oillan is probably the greates-.. with Cobb a close seeonrt "When I picked my all time all �t*r team 1 gare all the plates to th" Id timeri". and they deserved thom______ _..... _ . _...... Bvfere we had professional ball th.T� ' Jnu hi� highness replied wft* a period of twenty rears In )�hich , but cricket Is better tke player* were in the making Tlie very beat of the lot were taken for .1 iii i' Score riiiiail'li0 oOii -2 7 o Chv-laiid . . . '�"Ill njii 42x l>io. in their six round bout n.i;; hlA ' fi e here tonirtht. Tlie men are light-iKiii Kill) Out) 0 ;.'; \v-ights Avov, imnioni and, ' Brov�n Got Deelaion New Haven, April ai-Chick Hrown of .New Havea, Won h referee's decision over Kddie Wallace of Hrook-lyii, \ V . at the eni! of their fifteen round bi'iit iiere last night They fought at catch weights. Tar Babie* Battle Toledo, April 2:; -Jack Blai khurn of Ph'lmielphia outpointed Willie Langforil of llnTalo in every round ii? a twelve roiiinl bout here last nlt'ht The men are negro niMdle- V.elKht. 111 iii .4011 2.-.II 1 r.f; terrible Terry MrOov-rn. is now a ! Br'^klyn ........ boxing instructor ;u u Canadian camp | --- in Quebec I Vork. April .>:! \..',v York ______ 1 made a cl'-an sweep of their first -- " ' - ! home series, dfeatliii? Boston today for their iiixlh straight victory. Score: S. ALBERTA DEPENDED ON TO INCREASE CROP iC'iNTiNtjTO rttiiM Fbokt PAraV dred yards away from (he point threw any j number of shells around us .-M a moderate estimate betwem v.eibi auil j ! the attack will need lo remove the ohstiiK-llous from the channel and repair the diiin aged niole vary .Some assume that many days will intervene, others inanv weeks, while .still others seem to sup pieie lha! the damage cannot lie re '. pairel for a very long time taetimony of one of the observers, j ^:;;''^jJin^eY'";,,,^,;h:,V;r and' Warn, qf Disappointment were sutJk within tweuly-tUree nun-| i,rptilood. Those who retiinied to London. April 24 Admiral Loid , w i i � Kentish port also say thai Imanl Iteri sford In an interview 011 the laiii one of the destroyers or subnia ,,rs rushed into the German ilestr.iv on (Jermmi .-ubniarine bases, wlilh' er- ancliored in the liar'ior. Illkitl^ eiilogi-iing the Zeebruggo achievenien' tliem completely by Kurpiise Some as a splendid thing and quite worlb of the (iermuns burrleil up the hutch , attempting, wttins against dlsappolni The tierman destroyer which rines exploded a charge at the gates of tile lock on the (Trtigea Canal and , tbvy are believed to have been de- stroyed. Meanwhile four destroyers ,,,^4.^ j, ,(,^1^ ,ig,i , lothes but bt; ; maid all llu- sav.a' availalile lu the .lilies Is iioniiolleil i.y lha allies. A sugar board ioi cutting iwu f*. I acres under crop this jraar so that he hi one member of thu food control board who is duUtg bis. way. fore they could reach the decks, the most sanguine expectations. Notice to Automobile Owners We wish 10 annonce that our storage battery huslnni* hBI been taken over by ihe Willard Storage Battery Service Station. 311 ��VfNTH ST. SOUTH, TELEPHONE 816. Tills station Is under the luanagonieiit of Henry J, Deuin, expert iu battery work of all kinds. We assure you thai you 'Wlll reianve courteouB and prompt Kervlce from this oigani/.atlou. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOMK or rHC CHKVROLKT BACK OP UNION BANK HARRY HOLIMAN, MfA ;