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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THPXETMBrtlDGfc DAILY HEIPALD SATrnDAY, APRIL 27, 1911 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING win rpcoivp a lirniiit' ' llmpis ! slioot" Inpt'l hiitfoii The old-Mnicr who make* tht> hp! a Kold lapel button In addition. Tho shooter who makes !li . .i',ix;\. �' ' a'u I'n. S.ini I'hi; H.irrisiiii of (":;Uas ' '�r showed Ma! wha' Kd Wliiii' told !!if loi-al . ;ub was 'rue. thai Marri.'on wa.s on�' o;' the bes' ui tile niiddleweiisht divHion MK'.oor-y !� in;>Tnaiion�lly rnonnized ai> lUo of the best in the business. Harrison has provn that he id just as good, wliiih means ;tia: the !..-h-bridge fun.s have had tii*' (iloajjur- oi neeing oiii' of thu nifiie-*; in thf b.iii- | Ho.-ton . . . . Cbveland . . netix.-Wa-^hmit-on Here ,s a saylnp wlii.h ..Vlevtinder wa* presofifM vu-Ua wrist ^ ^'-l''"^;'; true , ha. ' ome a trap, w.itdi by his \e�,n mates and t-"'"^'^'^'Vu. Snort ^rth^Nltion large h.-uquets bv his triends. lie, Tr J,h\,?'i.J^. rV ; ,ha then luvned in his subscription lor ; ,^,7, "f of the third Liberty Bond loan "^V"" ,'T'-... _ !,.ounoo.M-2 X \ow.inNTiNum> rmiu Fiont Caoi) ,.........., behooves everyono In tliese times | .May. sherdfu' aul Suv-.ler; Alexati'Bver>-one who r anj KilU'fer. i�noot is at holp to his country t. nci-hits 1 Phillies Keep on Winning Hoston. .\prll -; - ! Kavo irii^t'iii ui\ly f'liiv I'liil.ulclphia wlniii;iK I'lniddi Iphia . . ili.-i ! imi ;'. Ko-Iuli......Ill- 'I'll iiiii' ^' ">Lii-.i and .\da;t.-. Ilcjni-j iTcbry, .'oiiti --�!a-,oii �"A York :,a:ii- 'h' hold a� follows-. Adopted ViMlike Grip from F. Beei. But It k So (rueI Opponents Have Barred It L'u'.ii d on tlie I  oast and hopes to open up another i ttyaiDasiuiii i>ooo Kverr wrp^tler. r.n matte' linir Adept he may bp wvh t!i.- many grip* of the game, always has one coup detat Some of these holds are more famous than the men who jier-fettad them, such as the mr�ngle, hilBiner-lock. toehoUl. scissors, etc Probably no hold has / aused so mac h comiiietit in years as the \ Ic-ton� hesul-lotk employed by  Strang-inr Kd I>ew'is. This vice like grip STECHER AND STRANGLER LEMIB WRESTLE A DRAW .\'ew Vork, .Ap.-mi - The wrestling niati h between Joe Stecher and �.Straiigb-r" Lew-Is, held at Madison STnuare Qarden tonight wu* declared a draw aftei 'au uour.s irf wrestling. Jobnson Wins His f'l.-st ,\. \ iirk. -\ic:l _i - W � .� .- �� '"' if. - 'I'-'' -��) m:  . ~ II-:- '.o;;.!)-. ill t'e;!" X \\'a-:.!i'k"";i . . 1' New Vn:',: . .  in H..... Un> .111 ,in I il.i' ;. .111.i I(anri.;li Athltt'cs Lose Hard Game I'hi,aih'-i.,1.1. .April - l;...t,,t Je. ffar.-i| Phiiad' .'phi.i : t i I t" l.-.c Hosi'iM . ... lino I "li ::iiti-� _' i II Phil:ul.-'.,i'.;a fum ifn'vo -1 : 1 Le,>ni'.'i| Mid -Ajtn'-A . rerrv auil I'crliii.i Jrckson Hits Bai, H.i-d .-'i l.iji;i-. A;n : - .I.u- J.irks,.i!, s iiayait: loc jliii.> baa played .n 4';,', .iiaifch: fciiir.v-i (.':.;' .l;;o......Ion niHI-^-h In 1 .Si !,ui-- . . I'lij o'lo It-Ill-J li \'.;K:ai i- an 1 Sr.unk. Lowderaiiik .iiW Nuiiaiu.iker, I ieielMid Le roi'. po.:i)o;;ed. rain. .> - � : 'N'ew \ork 1 l'h;laiielpbi,i I'ltish-irK . . 11 .-' PACIFIC (OAST -Ai-r�iiiento U 3' �� . Salt If American fighting men are lo live up to the reputation of their fore-Main | fatbers It will hit due In a meanure today. ' to their shooting ability ! During recent years trapshootlng t"i rthas been the greatest xlnsle factor I i In keeping alive the interest in flre-and.arms and their effective use and In j matnlainlng the deadly aim of .\n\er-, j loans More than one hundred thou-; I saiid menvwho learnwl to slioot over hhe trap.smtro wearing khaki, and-" i knowing hiiv lo nhoot they were In 1 I valuable inToriiiing the new national' Los .\ugeles 3 S - . .-^.m l'rai\cis(0 -larniv. There are thousands of men who, 11 have been Rhootlng over the trapn| for fifteen years or more and are i therefore known an oldtimer.s. The | ' oldest tTapln JllH>. 'l'h�^^Wes� active trapBfc6oter" l� .Vnfly feadefrs. of Xasliinie. Tenii ('af>(. .Meadfer.s broke S!t target* from IS yards in _ j the Grand American hanillcap last j August C�p( J. F. Brl�f�t!�teln, of VeferaBsto HoldSevfral t'niquel �'>j;!"l?,if|>- .'.^li".:!*" ^"^'^ youuger (lakiancl :-,niiii;s i i:: 0; \. --S*- T.Oll I OIERS10 HAVE-BIG YEAR Shootin-Local Trappers Getting Ready 1 than ("apt. .Vleaders NATIONAL Will. Lo P Is AO cruel Md eevere thai the other i ^�->^4��^�*�� TIE CARE A man \vho has a care for his appearance must remember that the incidentals of dress require just as much consideration as the essentials. In fact, more so. lor the selection of a tie, a pin. or a shirt di play a man's degree of good taste udd acquaintance with the uu-written laws which me�n "gookl> I! 1 ((Oil 'tits 714 li-.. .'.Oil 143 ilttO Vork today, of 11 Nine Straight for Giant* Hiookiyii. .>.iir)l - J�; -.New won lis ninth straiK^i' victory j ilefi-atiim Hrooklyn by a � oi" .New Vol ,i ____ 4iiO 004 l:-i -1 1 1:1 :: llrniikl.i. n . . . .......I'l:; o,"- - .'� 11 lieinaice. Cauh'y an i Itaridi-n; .Mlti hi-ll. iliimcs, KiiS�t;H. I'lati ami Wheal Hamdton Wjs EfteoOve l'i'i.sbiir>;, 2� - i'iiisijiijt^ w-.n ih" -econil game of thi^ s'erles wiih limie.nnti iiere tmlay ' ., largely tiic,)ii�h liic effective piirliitii; of ilainilton. ricore I'lnciniiati ., . . (.....nmi ool -1 l-i I'litsburg .. .. OKoiui'ix-v ii II -Ml.m and \\'lngo; Hini.llloii and Schniidi , Alex Wins Farewell Game t^hicajjo, .A^^l 2i'.^l�ioyer, lle-,e land .Mexan'dSr pitched his fartue'ji iRy IVter p. Tarncy.) The trapshooting calendar offers something new thii year In the �'old i '.lU'. 1 S' � slo.Ots These o;il timers'" shoofs will be. staged by thi- gun clubs of 'his broad ( land tliirin^ tiic months of .May and \ .I line, and u ill m n npy lake the place of the He�;inner!*' Day shoots which -.ver'' so successfully staged the pa.sf t\v(t years. The purp')se of the old-timers' shoo;s ii to Kt'i 'onether al least oni:e each year ihe dld-tlme" tl'apahool-ers. and as many otherB as care to attend, and hold a Hhoot In honor of the veterans ii \^ a reunion event which deserves to b�' encouraged. .\n "old-timer doesn't necessarily mean an old man Tho definition of an Mid-liiiicr in inijybooting is a piH-son who liaji betp. shooting at th� traps for (iftec-n years or more. Veteran* in Every Club. Kvery gun club and every localiir where there has ever been a gun club have rheir "old-iiine' trapshfwters - ploii'-ers of the clay target game, veterans ol" !be best ot outdoor pastimes. For several voars "old-timeis' ' shoots have h. )>-!! staged by a number of ijii!)-. and have proven very successful- and Ihe success of these shoots pronipteil the Idea of making tlie oid-tliners ' sboota a national proposlMoii. XVJietliet- the sitoota will be hatidi-Uap 6v�nt� Is a taattar of Jhi- dubii j Ux�\ frapshoolers are getting rea-! dy to open the season with the arrival I of tiie Wednesday afternooii haif-ho- lid ay. The weather doesn't look any too good lor the week-end golf competition, but If it Is at all fa-vurtble it wtll be put iindar wajr this afternoon The flr*t prise will be the bent club In the store donated by the ('Qnaumers Hardware. The winner may make his own awford's Vliyin^ li"*' l�eeji the aaDsation of tha- aarly garaea of .......... The Ight Angeles Motor Parlors Limited THI HOUK OF tCRVICE UCTHBRIDQE, ALTA, The Smile of Contentment .An investigation showed tlial the on-tire el of cartrlilKe.'; was spent. The entile crt-w. ext ept the Jiecgeant. wac. woundeil. but the sergeant gathered the injured men together and they made their way through thick-etn to i!ip French positions. Both re frmii, rMr and both naftWC 'Wtr.'(racV. or' caterpillar blrt-.-uip*ttr^which the  tank rifns. iB^ 'ii>iffer uniuAd by aevaral pairs of ^tfli. ,:An�4)r plate siv�B the whi^t^iBiicliinai the apiieaVBhce of ICoNTuucTO rmoM Fbont Pasit Ottawa Agency) -It i.s admitted ihii Ihe siliiation on the north oas beei SI rloiisly worscneil as a result of tin l.i'i! two days' llghlii;:,, a-i tile eiieiii, liu � not only hehl Kcm-'ie' the h.:. i 11.1 point of observaild on the li-' ti.'.h front, hut nan spr'il '.ve^tw.'ril while he .'ilso (-,-';>' neare- I A pre* on b;)th sides of Ihrt ia.a soiilheast of ih" town at: 1 ii)rlluv8;-i However. In the neighborhood of L; C'lyito and Scbrienberg his attack have been held and the position ha not yet been established. What happened at Vlllers-Brelon neux and llangard Is not lmpo4.-.ib'i In the case of Kemmel. The s�'ve;il; l)f tho German losses has not yet b^'ei cimipeiisated by any strategical -tie (ess Kven If a further withdrawa UI Vines was considered advisabln this point would not make any iiii iiiediaie difference to the ports Tlie VproH ^IJejit wbh chlel'j valuable as a Jumping off ground fo ret livery of Ihe Flemish coasi \: tills objective is for the present iiii reiilljable, tho value of Ypres is iio only sectmdary. It is 'mportaiit ti reineriiber that iTioiith tho Itermani have, ajiparently. reverted to tliel attacks with limited objectives, ai they did at Verdun, their main ef fort proba(j^' still will be made be tween Ana? and Aiuicns and againsi the Urittalj; Thwe local off^nslvei are tondiiclod in great strength. Vor ezaniple, it is stated that dlTlalona were used on Thurgflty '� capture Kemmel. but on the dommt and furtlier south huge Qertnaa tar ces ar* waltini in the bepe thi^ th4 alUatf atrMgth wtll ~ h� diaHlMtea Klsawhare tlie object u( the jwam.i Is t'u use up the alTted reserves.' Hi has failed to separate the Franni> British arntles, but a more formld able thruBt than any hitherto uiado li probably planned in the direction a' Ainlenk^ ami the Sontma estuary, wItt the view of cutting off the mail Fredcli f^irces. Henca the reptilse o' the enemy at Vlllers-Bretonnaux It most important, showing that thi allies are htraining every effort ti maintain their Mnes astride ih" Komine .So long as this is aclilevei. retirements on tba north are not ir reparable. L: V and the smoke from a HOW Noblemen agar are ahraya Been togeflier. (2'fur-2Sc) Jim aar Wlmtlptg anW' '' iBBawrfaWaiBtiliJWta. London. .April 2t!.-it I* reported in Nationalist circles that an order in council will he signed enforcing con acriptlon In Ireland next week, says a Central .N'ewii despatch from Dub lln. Abandena Trip l,ondon. April 17.-The lord mayor of Dublin, the Dally Mail sayti. It learns, ha.s abandoned his proposed visit to Washington. It wa.s announced several days ago that iliH lord mayor of Dublin, as the representatives of Irish bodie.s op posed to Irish conscription, would come to the United States to lay his cause before the Amarican government. a turtle, or an lnv'eri�(| b^y1S> The apaed of tbes^ tankil ,;.'qrba8 oniintry ' la laM to be very stow. On-tbe higii-way, howeva�. It tt-r�ported to he much (aster.� � AVC THE BAIIESI �MP I III NASH SIX Perfected vAlve-in-HeicI moter. Value cars at vo|iune prices. These Modeb Now on Display. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF rHE ^HIVROLIT ACK OP UNION BANK HANRV HOI.MAN, Mff. 71 14671692 ;