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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f>A(i^ SIX THR LtTHBRIDGE DAILY IfERALD THIRSDAY. APRIL 25, 1PI� BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManu8 BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING rioni* T�it Surprised His When He Polbvied Off Portland Bov ^^";:.-"! rionle Tait k�yo(..l V.ii;v -^'illiaran in the >;iiiw.>:Kii- i Willl�ni� halU from I'orrlani', OT" ' but hu b��n locktsd at Suiwrior. i �Wis. for % y�mr. H� Jnirucyed vtn' in search of big �tfn>v He tacHlad ihe touBhoat Ufktwelsiit.' ;har {iro iDOters c.inld pick'for lilm and wa� : Koing alonif nicely until he encoiint-" � j ed Tan Hi� fir�t b�iut in the vafx wa-> witivl St�Te .| whom he dlspOBed of In a hurry A ' few w�e#onaril 1:1 j  few rounds at Uihith Then he took on Pe.e Martley. of) New York, at Milwaukee, and arned 1 a draw In a clashing bIi round ''r,u; ; Hartley has beaten mich hoys i.� | Johnny Dundee. Pai-ch a �li)r) -wind aa MUchell. but we don t think Or. He had to show Just wiiat he I'Ould do and hit bout with MUchell nmye him th* cb�ac� he was longing ' for. Milwaukee is the hub or the ftfht tmme right now and according to reports frorti there the champion is In right.-Kdmontoa Journal. Weather permi'tmg. the local flelf fientff will "dulge in a Mtle comp'tit'on. the coming weekend. A doien balla will likeiy be provided as prizei. The new b''��"� �'"� �" I'id. a"d while aome of them are a little aeggy aa yet, they are a great improvement en the old bnck dust. Incidentally the .'atrway down the aouth stretch hat been levelled and rolled and it 100 per cent improved. For which all golfera are devoutly thankful. Officiala of the club detirc the Herald to atate that all taking part in the week-end play mutt turn in their cardt to the lecre-tary 19 that the handicapping committee may have a baais to work on. Thit ia very important. In "Sitorting Life." "Old Mac." interned for thre- years m Germany at Ruhlehen, deacnhet the apert in which the prisoneri participated. Next to football, he tayi. golf waa the moat popular aport. and as time went on it became a craze. A course of five holea wat mapped out. There were no bunkera or greent to begin with, but there were quite a number of golf professionals in camp, and their combined afforta aoon enlisted the interest of the interned, so much so that the m�mbership of the golf club haa now, under the secretaryship of Mr. Paehri, of Liverpool. pasMd the 300 mark. Amongat the most prominent pros were Richardson. Warburton, Holt. Murray. But-chart, Qallsway and Carter. WILLARDWILIGO INTO THE RING IN FINE CONDITION Realizes Public Demand That He Vighi and Defend His Championship BASEBA RESULTS TERRIBLE FIGHT (CoNXtNtlBD rROM FlONT pAO�) and Jumped us >ip and down �veil Ho�!on ... . ( li'vi kind . . 1> t')�.krds his 'l^-^^^ork op-tir.ucK to nmain a ni.ittor of specula- -^nicrican season hore toduy �i,.n. hi- s,,i,.. inkUnp of how the l.ig- ' * victory ..v.- W i^hUiK- f...r.,>w i.. ..ikiHK ii ..-.n Of. gained from!': . .inaomn soMie:-s. r..-;nne.| from ! patrol now , . : th- Kossip from Willaid'; traininR * prominent ;'ifesses. car-j of these me.i. who said that it was' � ri" 1 nut a Liberty Loan drive before! well worth while doing the job and: 'i)'..,, ihinK if ......'aiii i>!c >himoion ""^ dnriiig the game Hie. sum of | paying the price lo enlighten .>*omo ' h;.s staned trn.pinc for''h.- milling. 1 ��"'b-scrih^d Srore; , of the critics of the Dover patrol, ur I whi!,. he i� no: in the host o' Wnshm rion .... O0i',.H.ii.n22- 4 ! This was the spirit of all men. New York...... Ill n2i'.nnx -.t 14 1 ; One offlcer stated that he would go' An officer of one of the motor boats claims his craft torpedoed a rteatrover alongside the .Mole. He also says that a second deatroyor wan toVpedoed by another boat and that a third wa.s rammed. "My boat. ' he nald. "torpedoed and btolutely destroyed the ohl Hrlfish railway steamer Brn! nrugseL* was | the last vessel commanded by ("ap j tain Kryatf. who was executed in Jnly ' liild. after conviction by n German! �i'S ,.ouir martial for attempting to lam a' .t>6fi submarine '>*'i Some Exciting Storiea i I.�ndon. .*prll 2,'>-iHy Reiner s 428'Ottawa .\gency>-The naval raid at � '-'So I Zeebrugge continues the all-engrosn-250; ing topic here almost to the exilu .250 j sion of the battle in France. Special ' leave has been granted to the men who participated and there are col 1 umns of interviews in the daily pre.-ell. |th" cin ;e and defend his laurels I'-"^e and Hannah. ^HKiirs- the on.slanffh:k of the Minnc ! f* j not return Another, asked If 'he; s >ta ii'ia�l Ve wall Fultcin On - of th" hovs homo run into the left field bleachers, i others had their blood roused and I;, p;. k"d up around ihirago t) spar Philadelphia winning."? to 0. [wanted to go Into the mainland and him. -said during the work-ou' Boston.......OOO.OOO.OOO-0 fi 4 . figbt some other batteries. '.T.-s I had your roll. I would liever , I'hil.ideiphia oU0.000,03x-;'. .'. 1 | -Ml the men testify to Ihe gallantry figlit again  | Ruth and Agnew; Gregg and Mc-;of the commander of th" Vindictive 'i'o I'lis shot Willard Is alleged to'Avi.y. l;,.v li � tl. �WfU I don't want to. j -- Mil demands li " This re- Detroit ,\p:il 24 -Detroit opened Soon after the German baneries! opened fire on the shipH Us bridge 1 was blown away but this othcer. who! miraculously escaped with slight injury, continued to navigate the vessel. tireat praise is voiced for tlie crews of the submarines which were blown COST $5,000,000 Ottawa. April 24 -Government bills of minor importance and public works department estimate* occupied the at tent ion of the commons today. The afternoon (lilting was probably the tnoHt iinnventful of the session, the greater part of It w�a taken up with consideration of Sir George F'oster's bill duling tvltii the Iroporiatiou of hay and straw. Karlier in the afternoon third read ing was given, without further di.'icns sion. 10 the 1500.000.000 w;ir appropriation bill. .\t the evening session when the house was in supply there was con-sirternble discussion In regard to the new parliament now being loiisiruit-cd Hon. F. H. (��r�ell stated definite-j ly that the building would not be' ready for the ilext ses-sion of parlia \ incni but that It would he ii'ilized as soon as completed for office purposes The expenditure up to date he said, had been *;{.flOO.OOii. It would reach J,">.iiOii.iiou by Ihe time Ihe builillnp was completed. At a late hour I he votes for harho* itiiprovemenl.s were under lonsidera tlon when a plea was mad'' by a Tor onto member for a larger cxpendituie on the Toronto hsrl>or Mr. t'arvell alaled lhat the breakwater scheme would require the ex penditure of an additional �;i."()n.(mii All Ihe public works department votes chargeable to capital account were passed. In thi> senate the announcement was made that Mr. Samuel Gompers president of the American Federation of Labor, will address ,1 Joint session of the lommonK and the senate on Friday afternoon at five 01 lo( U I' 11 ites that .le.-is has at last Ihe local .\nierii an l^gMe season to r- . '^ii' was su( h a thing as da\ witii a to 2 victory over Cleve-, pi;',, ,'.11,on, hut i' furthfr goes to land. Ty Cobb mada his first ap-1 j-hics tl;,i- I.e lack^ the fighting heart pearunce of the sca.son and hit safely; jaiid love of t>r � ,the work of Sullivan r Itzsimmons. : ( leveland......ii0n,O20.0O0-2 10 1 1 up under a viaduct. There were six i'orbetr ;,iil others among his prede D-troit .......2ugU. prohaidv pj,tf,|,,,g; ., " ' li.^i aus'' the litlf .-.vill continue to be a! ci^icago ... __J__!- ----- - big Li.-iHt't finamially. jinl he does not kjt l.ouis .. - ~ (are to part with. He l.s confident jjoslon ... that h" can beat !-*iil'on. or lalher per- u,i.oklyn ,, haps that Fulton (iinDt r beat him In the meanwhile Colonel Miller is continuing liis (piest for a site for the' stagintr of the bcjjit but as yet no de , cislon has le" :i ieaili"d It t:* certain,,1,^ (;(;,nts winning.' �; to 2. Score: iudgiuK iroi',1 th'- pre,sent Indu aiions'1 s^,.^^. york liuii ilif liai'ie wi'l lake place It a ^ J,,,,,|,|vp wistern ' ly Millei- anl Willaid, u,ij-,ji.s. Iienuiie. and .VlcCarty; If there's Anything You Can't Find Take a look at our new Line of Men's Furnish- ings. We have the .smartest line of "hirt" collari* and ties in town, and they are all In the very latest style It's time to put on Spring Fnder wear. Our variety of cool will Interest  large number of men W. B. KESTER & CO. The Home of 20th Century ClothinB" We have a competent Tailor in charge of our pr�s�ing and cleaning department. When the H*t Days Come You'll be Glad you Bought a PC loon ,857 ,H66 ijdft fiOO ,200 142 . are turn;r;cr 'heir! e.'irs to h'-ar Hi-- bids I'roin ihi' we,it '. , . . , ,...... .Another Muestion which int'.rests' ' tie fans to a f;;eat cxf-':,! is ju;s, thi "'j'^"'"*! nutnher of rounds fjcht wilt be,V' ^ � , s.hednl.d to go V,-i,lle the prit-ipalsV" '  """.t"0.'� ges a I'-n round bout between Fulton and Williird staiid,' a Rood ,,liow of Chii ago, .\pi il '^A Chicago Cubs lo-ing a llk'-ly bit of money If is (lonhtful In the extreme whether a short figlit between the tt.'iir ^ould iittrait n;any fans other thsin the immediate vleiajty of the seen,' of Ihe en(',)uni"r T!ic previiilinr^ setiij, ment IS that there would be no lU-c: . iv�' result ill tiuit limiti'd niinUier of 'rounds, anl the outcome will he im .satIsfai lorv unless the title chanKi'-t I hau'ls or Willard dlsposeh of Fulton once ttnd for all as a confen'ter for the crown It should he .'ichedtiled for nothing less ilinn 20 Hessions. LOOKS SO FAF� AS If^ ' PAT WERE RIGHT, of them, interviewed, stated lhat his submarine was gteere, boon a motor boat picked up tbe crow. The ofticer lommandliig the motor boat said that the submarine had been ten minutes beside the viaduct before 11 was diaiovered. The (Serman Are was passing over it and in tbe meanwhile the sumbartne was attacking the famous mole from the outer side. The Germans apparently thought that it had merely lost it* way In an endeavor to get Inside the harbor to torpedo Homelhing. They consetjiiently sent up a shower of star shells which gntatly assisted the submarine 10 reach its objective. Blew Them to Kingdom Corns "Wo could see,' said one of the tuhniarine i rew. "about 200 Ger inans jumping and dancing on the bridge connecting tho Mole with tlie shore. They thought they were go lag to trap the submarine, but when It was blown up benoath the bridge you can iiuugine the damage tiiut 0( T MAN AT MACLEOD Mncleod. April 24 Word received today that Steve I^awson. formerly t'hlef lAw.ion. has been wounded In one of the r�cent engsgementi In France He enlisted about two years ago and hat been In Framte one yea- Among the arrivals in Mncleod from the front W George Hheer, who was one of the flrat to enllat when the (sll was made In 1914, and left In August of that year. After spend Ing some time at Valcartler, they were sent to Kngland and the first winter was spent In Sallsbur.v Plain Karly In ISl^ they went to Prance, where tliey have been sln( e. having only a seven and ten day leave dur ing all thl-1 time As one of the ttrst contingent hu is now on leave, having to report at Sborncliffe .July Isl of this year He says Iher-- are no' many of the original lot who left Macleod at that time living, manv having paid t!ie price with tlielr livcv He was in several of the big battles, including thrt Somme. and so far luis not been Imrf in any way. not even a day In the hospital, but the life i� a liard one and is telling on many or ihi boys lie speaks very highly of the Y .M C A and thnir help to ili.' boys, also of the good work of tlw I u l� 1: and Red Cross, and the atnoiini nH "! both bridge and the Ger fan:i presented .l:o k Hendrick. St Louis' ii"W inanag'i with a chest of silver Ilindri'k is from Phicago. St Ltiuis .....iicil.uOO.OOO^-0 1 1 Chictigo......111! 000.0 1 .Meadows and Coiuales; Vaughn and Killifer N'o others siheduled. " Imuim Hm Dimr CtnpartmcDt u VentOated. Bii^ Motor Parlors Limited THK HOUtI or IHViei rirrH triitBT outm ... wtTM�wioot. alt a. I'l-;.' (if t\n ha^eha!' \vri"oulsvllle He looks for .Mayer to (uuiu back, and 1( ibkt j/ltcber's peifornianc- iixuinst tlie Braves on 'I'liiesday is to be laki'ii as a crtterlon Moran deems to l>' lifiiit Pat says Ills ace will be Oes'iij^er He declares that oeschger is in-t getting his baseball s'nse and iliti' ii� wdll be one of nianp who liad been on It teU around U!l. "A destroyer at one time suddenly liirned its searchllghl on us so we prompt Iv torpedoed and sank her ' 'This apparently refers to the destroyer whiih was also reported to have been sid alire by grenades, 1 Carefullir Planned N'li'/al authorities emphaslxed the fact tliat the raid was not a danger-ou:s aii\eulurtt but a deliberately planned arilon. It was built on strategy of the. highest order, 'If tlie German fleet," it is slated, "contoni-platt'H anotlier sally out from here il will lie powerless of effective aotiuli mtwt ei'fcctiw ttien in the league le ilsii has hoiie; oi developing Miles M*l'iioui Its support from the left Main ,inil I'lende; ^ i.ii Into reliable pitre�k. (CONTlNOgO niOlf FgOKT P*M> about a mile, Vlllers-Ilretonneux Is �l)oul 11 miles directly east of Amiens and Is on the northern end of the latest fighting front, ritith Official Ixttidon,'April 28-The statement follows; "Heavy fighting took plaro nil night In and aroVnd Vlllers-nrelon-n^ux. and still continues. Our troops regained ground by counter attacks ana have taken a number of prisoners. "The fighting yi'Sterday on the whole of this front was most severe and heavy casualties were inflicted on the rnemy by artillery. Infantry and tanks. "Morth of the Vlllers Bretonneui St Quentln road the enemy throe times attacked nur positions, and on each oc(aMion was repulsed with loss During this fighting the enemy made use of a few tanks. "Late yesterday evening the enemy also attacked French positions northeast of liallleiil and was repulsed, Rarly- this morning the enemy renewed his attacks in thbi sector and on Hritlsh positions farther east after an intense bombardment The fighting continues In this sector on a wide front. "A raid attempted by the enemy during tbe night in th*; neigliborhood of Bucquoy was repulsed. "The hostile artlDiiry bn'4 been active during the night In the Fostubert and Robecq sectors ' BRITISH AND FRENCH "EON HOME RULE CANNOT AGREE London. April 25.-A division of views ha.s prevented the cabinet committee appointed to draft  home lulo bill for Ireland from elaborating a definite scheme � speedtiT  was hoped, tbe Yorkshire Post says In u despatch from 1.�ndon. OrtAln members of the committee �re etaadlng out for recognition of tTlsterg posi tlun. acftordlng to the despatch. Meanwhile the federal plan In be Ing discussed widely. The I'nlonlsts generally regard H  desirable ia any scheme of federalism tb�l I'lster should he included as � unit. Collars CASCO'lVtiM. ClYDE-3t�/�^ Notice to Automobile Owners We wish to annonce that our storage battery business hag been lakei; over by the Willard Storage Daitory Service Station, 311 tEVENTH ST. SOUTH, TELEPHONE 616. This station is under the management of Henry J, nentn. expert in t>�ltery work of all kinds. We ttSHure you that you ivfll receive courteous and prompt service from this organization. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOMK OP rHt CHKVROLIT ACK OP union BANK HARRY HOI.MAN. Mfh 71230014 ;