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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX T1IK MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. UP FATHER" By G. McManus TKERC Ht I REALLV Ht Ifc 4NIH4 UP THE IMA OF _l I'KMOw li A'iUEEP NOW IS ME CKAHCF. TO OOT- The Sport Page DEATH OFffit vHal Chase To Be Dropped By Organized Baseball I At Meeting This Month '_' ''_j____ -i mmeilialely and Malty preferred rges against blm with tho Cincin- nati club, i "Chase will never play another game of ball la the majors or min- declared Matty, who evidently cw what ho was talking about. 'There will be final disposition ot case of First Uaseman Hal Chase lha Xational lea'sus 'meeting lilj month. Chaso Till be dropped ot organized biseball. He will be i blacklisted as a result ot charges which the magnates arc er to- suppress. .But lie Clnclnn- tfl club will hand him a formal no- e of release and Chase will Had it to obtain another position the 'nimjor leagues. The minors will lloir 'einmple of the big fellows, thai-Chase must continue his et- torts hereafter to semi-pro baseball or the. Cincinnati club for unpaid 'salary, withheld after his suspension early in August claim probably "will be settled Lo avoEd au airing of the scan- dal in court. 1 A Wonderful player Lacking Good Sense. f. Ctiase- will pass Into baseball his- tory as the greatest first baseman thai ever put on a uniform. His career has-been one of lost opportunities, due to a surprising lack of good sense- Chase Is well educated and shrewd in certain ways, but be Beyer has taken i from Lhc game. Chase will uol a t put on'.trial Lo answer charges lhat his profession seriously and has bee" wagered on certain hall last n. He hap brought a suit against. AUTO TIRES OF ALL- sizes VULCANIZED By Hay-rood RETREADING REPAIRING BT. Experienced WprluBejr AJJ ffurutwedrSpeclAL'EqvlF meal Epr Elm Cat pa in, R. P. RITCHIE 3Ot 13th St. S. Opp. Elllttfi a dozen years ago he was a lively kid, nth phenomenal playing still.. He went to the front wlLh a rush and was a popular idol on theJILlltop when he got Into a rnmpua wllli the club olfi clala ami Jumped tho Learn ID niid-aeas- OD, Chase was reinstated by Ihe Nation- al commie a ion on the payment of a line, and re tamed to (he Yackeja. pro- basing io the n 1910 he supplanled'Stallings as the eadfir ot the lean) and was unjustly charged wilh empioyiEg'Lhe- "dotible -feraoTal of Stalling? had SIADVICEFREE Fa ihe CiTG of TOOT radiator and do good work it repairs are needed at a I minimum coat. ANDY "The Radiator 41B Fifth Street South for much hostile criticism. Chaso first Joined the Yankees I'elerboro Man, C. R, M. Glover, is President, Elected By Acclamation' Edgar. Francis Qulnsey, youngest son ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Quiusey, well-known residents of Iho Noble- ford district, died on Saturday morn- Ing from Spanish Influenza. Ke was 31 years of was horn at .York, Out. When a boy he moved with his parents to Chicago, an'd twelve years ago cnme with them-to the west and settled on a farm In (ne The' young man the new venture. He was married a over a year aso to a' Chicngo lady. He .was menie-CT of lie Masonic Lodge at Carmangay. His father U a very well known farmer who was former I? an officer ol the U. f. A. The funeral services lake place at the homo on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment -will' he at Water- iord, Ont. Noblelord district'. made success M TORONTO, Dec. for office In Ihe Ontario Hockey AE- soclallon closed Saturday nlsht, and, there being no 51. Glover, ot Teternofo. becomes presi- dent for tbe coming year. A. E. Copeland, of 'Midland, ad- vances lo the. position ot first ylce- and Frank Hyde, Wood stock, becomes second vice-president of Ibe association. FIHIOFTHEIM TORONTO, Dec. chances of an amicable agreement being reach- ed belw'eea Ihe Amateur' Alblellc Un- Sheriff J. F. Panon, of the ion Ol Canada and'lhe Dominion Foot- retiring president, has Accepted the ball ara raihcr Anto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1623 Old'Roller Rlnt, ur. 3rd St. 4lh Avenue 9., Lethbridge W. M. OOWLING W. S-COOK MtTEIT SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Tear battery uejeds very care- fal itteaUon dorlcj the cold Call Our Serrice Department and we-' will ,aend (or jour bat- terr and ttcre sane during the Tin tar at reasonable rales at cor np-to-date Battery Station. 111 Ttt S. Phone eie been ordered by President son for certain reasons, and "Chase was the only irailabfe man for Ib'i, ob. But manage the Yankees. He. mismanaged 'them: and !inallr was removed. RefuMd to TaWe Chance's Advice. charge-of the' Yankees in he look Chase into his coofidence and told-him lhat if-be would pay strict allenlioo. Lo blleiness he would be restored, lo Ine} management of Ihn earn at the expiration .of Chance's two years'.contract. Bnt Instead of taking- Chance's advice Chase soon insubordinate and .openly ridiculed the Peerless Leader. Chance then traded Chase to the White Eos for Zeldfir and Borlon, "the Bunion and -as the fans called [hern. Comlskey signed Chase' to an and the cracli first baseman playejl auperbly for nearly a year. But In July, 1915, Chase sud- denly'Jumped his Chicago contract and accepted a belter proposillon from the Buffalo Feds. Coralslrey look him into court and was beaten because Chase a ten days' release clause IP. hrs White Sox contract- From a moral' point ot view Chase was re- garded an 'out and .out contract Jumper and he became a marked man Narrow' Eccape From Dlifaarrnent in 1911 Before.the big leagues opened in IfflS, after having made peace with the Feds, it was generally believed thai Chase had been barred from the game aa a penalty for his treatment o! Comlskey. None of the major league clubs showed the slightest de sire for his services, and It began tc look like a game of freeze out, when Garry Herrmann, president of the Cincinnati club nnd chairman ot the National commission, Eilrprised his colleagues by offering employment lo Chase.' The laller was glad to sign and proceeded to get along fine- ly with Charley llerzag. Ihe Reds' manager. When Matty succeeded Herzog, Cause was the firat to swear 'allegiance lo Big Six. During the position ot. treasurer, br ihe retirement ol' D. J. Turner, who haa held'siuce 1913.. Fran- tls Nelson, o[ .Toronto, has beeri again appointed .A. A-'U. of C.. governor. and W. A. Hewitt has been re-elect- secretary. mole. Tne situation still, cehlres around 'Ihe playing of amaleurs 'as- alnst professionals and the control oE professional sport. neither' side apparently willing to concedE an'y- [hing. An- Informal conference was aeld on Saturday belweea represenU- NEW YORK, -Dec. Coli- rotn, national chairman of tbe'boilng programs lor the benefit of the Uni- ted War Charities, wholly exonerated Jock Dempscy for not lighting at the big benefit at Madison Square'. Gar- den. ''Dempsey kept bis part o? ihe salrl Coffroth, "which was to meet Tom Cowjcr or Joe Bonils Cowler tvou.W not meet him, LuL Bonds agreed; and that Is the way (he match was advertised. "When the'heaTywcigbts ivere ready to fight, I was surprised to Bee Joe Jeanetlc dive in .the -ring. Joe Bonds was on the but somebody- got to him and coazcd bim not to light Dempaey. The plot was to have Jeanetle meet bira, ywllh the hope he might get a wild swing over or bit lilm Illegally. ''Dempsey was there ready to go on bul I refused to change Lhc program. After some Ifllk, Dempsey and Kearns, his iranager, agreed to fight l.'ie negro (Bow Island Review) The fuueral of theJaLp John Chris- lopberson, whosev dearnfWn Innuenza was recorded last week, look place on November .32, amid every sign of regret from Ihe. cltlzeris. The cor- tege siarled from. Ihe funeral, parlors at. 2.30 u.m., ad., escorled by a long procession .of automobiles, conveying friends aiid sympathizers wenileJ Its way lo Ihe home, of the deceased, where, a very Impressive funeral ser- vice was 'conducted -by...the 'Rev. Woods, anil where the beautiful cere- mony of the I. O- O. F: lent additional solemnity to tbo occasion. The interment took place In the Oddfellows' cemetery. The casket bearing Ibe remains was made of quarter-sawed oak and had highly burnfsheii Cupper fittings. It was covered with numerous offerings Of beaulllul Dowers. Jonn .Chrlstopherson contracted Iho prevnlllng epidemic'Ol Innuenza November rith and died from Its ef feels between three and four o'clock, on the morning ot the 20lh, leaving u wife anil two young children lo'mourn Ills-death. In addition lo these he leoy'es a falher and molher-ond four brothers and four sisters. His parents ogether yith one brother and two aid- ers'reside at brother lives at 'Wairiwfisbt, .Alberta, sne Is'serYlng at the front, whilst the olher resides'In Wisconsin. Ts'o of the sisters live in' Minneapolis and _ The deceased resldeil in Wisconsin HORSES FOR FOOD PURPOSES The Alberla. llors'o llrceders' Asso- ciation haa hceli reriiiested lo ascor- aln Iho number of norses dial would ie available' lu Alberta for, food nt yc per pound, .f.o.b, owner's nearest simian. [tones must bo heal- by nnd In good cohdllion; old Bsed up Horses ore not winlcd. thcro are undoubtedly thousands ol horses in Western Canada that are misfits, un- dersized and of very llllle commercial value that" co'ulj ho utilized to help supply meat for Iho millions of people in Europe "who haVe'beeh Lo eating horse flesh and wboje nival supply Is moat seriously Inadequate, and at the same .'llm'e their use for this purpose would conserve a (remen- ijoua amount of (odder lo he uscil In raising a belter class of hordes anil other classes of slock. In order to ascertain what, quantity of horse? might be available for this uurpnse, nil i i LET HIM LIVE i i 9 4 t t 4 Below priced In the lilt. honing'Uliualch, Mahout, .Ohio. Ac- cording io Ihe Blory connected irllli II, the yum was ovidenUynrltlen by someone .In Ihal Bectkm, preautnably a youug lady, U was. pauked: In a uf things gent lo a aoldlor at iho front. Ho relurned the poem lo his homo (own lo discover the author, Tho jioeni has boon widely re printed and coinmenled upon: As long as the flowers their perfume .So long I'd let Ibe Kalsor live; IJvft anil live for i uillHim yean, With nothing to drink but Uelglan leara; With nothing lo quench uia awful Ihirst Hut Hie Balled brine of a curse. il. would let him live, ou a dinner a day, jorved from silver on a.gblJen Served with bo.lli dainty and sweet, Sorvod with thini: to cat. k I would mako, him a bed ol silken v fiheeu, coally linens lo.'lle helweeu, With covers of down nnd fillets of lace, And downy pillows piled In, place. Yet when to Its''comforts' he would yield, It .would blink with'Ihe'rot of., the ballloflerd; And blood and bralua and boneB of owners who. have l of class lhat they are1 willing lo 'dlsiioEe of should wrltfe to E. .1.. Ulchardson. tec- rotary of the Alberla Horse Drpefltrs' Calgary, gl-iing lha Mar- ination asked for ID an advertisement appearing 'elsewhere In this Issue, as. to tbo number of'anhuals, etc., tliat Ihsy would undertake lo supply 5c per pound f.o.b. their n'oar'est slatfon. II would appear as If a market might be opened up for, this clasa of horse, If Ibe -owners of horses will show suffi- cient Interest to notify the secretary of the. numbers they .will undertake !o sell. Should cover him and then- Ills pillow should cling wllli roilen Clay from Ihe grave ot a soldier boy; And while God's stars Ihelr vigils keep, And while Ihe waves Iholr wliitc sands sweep, He should never, never sleop. And through all Ihe days Ihe yca'rs. -throngb all Tliere should be an anthem In his ears, Hinging and singing snd nfsver dono From the edge of light to .'tho set ot sun; Moaning, and moaning, and moaning wllil ravished French girl's unlucky child. And 1 would build him ncatllc liy Ihu of the two bodies Fred Darter, of Otlawa. the first' president of the Dominion Football Associatin who recently relumed France afler serving three years with tbi forces .as chairman. Nothing definite ws3 agreed 'upon; nor WBs ihythlng aimed neither body of represen- tatives were authorized to adopt 'any resolutions or articles ot They probably will report alliance; back lo their respective associations at Ihe neit general meellng. when the sllua liou will be discussed further. GUN CLUB HONORS OTTAWA. Xov. Howard, the Aisinlboine Gun Club-of Winnl peg. made his debut Hubert Guii Club circles at the Westboro traps and, Incidentally carried off the high gun honors. The handicap o_ b'cing on. a strange course did not Eeem to affect the Winnipeg sbol's work in tbe least. He expects to be In Ihe capital tor some time and wllUll enter the local club. so not to disappoint bat the more I thought crowd, It Ihe angrier I became, and I put the whole matter up to the newspaper rnen at tne ringsMe, and they a'grccd that Jeanetle should not be permitted lo light Jack1 because of tho melhods used lo get him In the ring'. "These manipulators who Irled lo pull Ihfs trick off are responsible for disappointing Iho public. Out of every taken in at Ihe box office campaign of 1917 Chase led the Na- jgrj capie ;rom persons who went ci- 'Uonal league In balling and became pressly to see Dempaey In aellon. "I did not regret the stand I tcok, land I want tc say thai I will never DEMPSEY WINNER OVER 'BILLY MISKE Lssef Has Lead in Only One Round the Bout at Philadelphia. Deropsey won Ihe popular decision from Blllj Mfske'of SI. Paul In a slow slx-rodni )OUt here. Only half a dozen h'an blows 'were landed. In the Ihlr round'Mlake Jolled Uempsey. with an :hls the bout was nil in Dempsej's favor. In Ihe Etmi linal .lelf Clark of At- lantic City had the better of Sam Langford. Boston. Clark sent Lang- ford to tic mat In Ihe first round and ivas the aggressor throughput y oilremolT popular all over tho clr- culL Matty's Chirgei End Hal's Career. It was in the first wee's of lait h August that ilatty eiplofed a horab [s by suspending Chase before a game between 'he Rtsls and Glacis at the I Polo grounds. Chase disappeared i Dempsey anil Kearns tell a similar _________________________________ story. like these being used nL An ,Q hc BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS Uo Contract Rebuilding ani Overhaul any Five Pautngtr Car for 4S Extra WORK GUARANTEED OR (i'ONEY BACK. ONCE A A CUSTOMER. Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. V..'- ENGINEERS v v 4 4 O TAFT SAYS NOTHING DOING v O. Xor. 3 TriPr PrcfHant William Tflft. In an interview given out today, declared he would ontlcr no circumptancea accept t'jc po- sition of haaeMll coram'saion- cr for (he major leagues (or office ha1 bncn suggealed. I o uppercut lo the Jaw. which him DOES NOT CREDIT MINISTER'S STATEMENT Arthur tretghen, minister o[ the Interior, ;.vas jskcil lo night as lo-whelher a stateiuunl said lo have oeeu -_made- by Hon.' K. Motherwell yesterday on his return ,to Rceina from the provincial conference, ntll nine years ago, when he came thq effect that western provlnc- .-to here and Died on a homeslead ralles northwest During i them of Ihe" haiural resources worthy the last year and a halt- he has lieen'Sot consideration -by reason of reserva- witfe Mr. Beuhrlns jn .tie. garage 'regarding tie same, being made roplemerit buslaesa at Wlnnitrecl Ihe Doblnlou governminl. der the firm name..ot .Beuhrlng-and "i flo not IhlnK Mr. Molhervfell ever Jn addillon to nls such a said air. business counecllons, however, the deceased was Imbued with 3 fine pub- ic .spirit and alvays found time, to lend his. valuable aid anil, give advice on mailers appertaining lo the var- ious local of which he was a tiiember. With flls bereaved young wlfo snd relatives .every1 resi- dent EllenJj Iho .deepest: aympalhy. tcelinjr lhat in him they .have .lost-one whose sterling .worth arid-honorable and nstura vlll 'remala In tiieir memory Tor many years .to.come. Meigheri in .answer; the question. 'So_ far. as r can recall, there was no dissent whatever expressed to the res- ervHlions. Generally Ihey appeared to lie considered In Ihe !erests or all' Thn [llMj lion .on' the question of financi cial sea, lonely castle as ever could he, Then I'll show him a ship from o'er tho soi, As fine a ship as over could be; Ijidcn with water cold and ewcel, Laiien wllu overylhlng good to cat; Yet scarce docs she touch Ihe silver- ed sands. Scarce may ho reach out bis eager hands, t 1 Then a hot and liclllsh monlton shell Should change his heaven'Into hell, And Lhough he'd ivatclV by the wave- swept shore, Our IiiisllanloT would rise' no' more. "No Man'B where the Irish fell, I'd slnrt a private .hell; I'd Jab stab him, give him' gas. And In each wound I'd pour ground glass; I'd march him, out where the brave' hoys' Out past itne'lads he crucified. Jo. the fearful gloom ot his living tombs There is one thing I'd do before I was through I'd make him sing in a sllrring man- Tho ner, wouiIerCuJ words Spangled nanner. o[ tile Slar A correspondent of ]he Xew York Herald, sfgnlns himself with .Ihe InlLlals A. E. S., says William II. Van- derb'lll never said 'Th'e public be in the sense generally under- stood for Ihe last.35 years. He writes as follows: "Clarence'Dresser (a line young.' marj, hut temperamental to.a itie Hyde Park correspondent o( Iho Chicago Times In the early ciglilipi, hoarded Mr. Vanderhllt's private car j Grand Crossing, icven, o'clock In the morplhg and, pishing by the porter forced his. Ihe. 'stateroom whcrci Lbe..magnate, was i dressing. Th la'lter Iruier out of the car.'.-. "Dresser stood his ground and p6r- sialed In getting an Interview." He wanted lo know If Ihe rumor was true lhat John B. Ledy.ird and J. H. DDV'ereanx, general maugers of the1 Lake Shore, Michigan Central and VTUflKISH MONEY MISSING NOV. with Ilia dBMrture from of Turkish 'minis- ter Ibe disappearanco_o! Turkish of, public-" iunflr, placed In various noticed, according lo Ihe' .Tribune, o[ Geneva. K is believed, !thc newspaper says, that -.tue1 money transferred to bank? or carried "away, Enrcr.Paslia has' bein -.Invited by lha authorities lo leave Ihe Ger-_ man capital, srid will arrive in-Swlt-[ zerland soon. BIG MINING MAN DEAD NEW YORK, Dec. Joseph Raphael de Lammtr, financier rtnd mine owner, riled, today In Roosevelt. Itospiul of pneumo'nia de- veloped atter an operation, lie years pi age. Capl. de Lanlinnr ivas president of Ihe -Domo- Mining .Company, Vice-prcaldenl- )0[ Ihe IQ- Mlckol Company, and ft director of mariV olh'er. corporations.. HOW MANY BEANS THE JAR7 The Hudson's Co. is giving a.tlOO'.OO Victory Dond for nearest estimate. of New'. mqled lo the presidency, while the In The men icumbenls, Cornelius and V.. ,Van- derbllt, would he rafsed lo the chair- Jack Thompson of 31. Joseph, Un'o. respectively, be pro- knocked-out Jamaica Kid York In Ihe fifth round, arc negro heavyweights. Johnny Dundee or New York had the better of a sii-round hast with Joe Phillips of Philadelphia, bundee was loo clever for the local hoy iBd had the advantage En every round. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK H Eastern Canada t to ,Other Eaiterry.Points Cbi Double Dally -Train Service Tnvel on the World't Grtitcet Hljhwaj- Kandird ahd Touriit ilcepcn. i Car. during pecember are. good.for 60 dtyi., wW be'grinted by a payment ef 1540 for each extra o o U. 3. FOOTBALL, I CAMBRIDOE. Nov. Fool- ball final: Harvard 3, Brown. 6. Syracuse. 21;, 0. Cleveland .Vajal llr.terrei, 10; I'ni- vcrsily of 5. Michigan. U; Ohio Slate. 0. After acting ai rlerk of the cmirily manship ot the respective boards of directors.. "Mr. Vandcrbllt wanted lo know ot what interest (hat would be lo any- body, and replied that the P'.lbllc Was much Interested In official changes ot that character. "The public be Mr. Van- delblll blurted out, 'if you're a fair oample of the Chicago public. Young man. you have virtually broken Into my private car. at an unseemly hour, lo ask questions thel could well wail until t reached my office, and I lell you positively nothing. Tell your editor to send a gchlcman lo Ncwcll's offico in' business hours nnd be will get all the fads 'when Ihcy arc ready to be glren out. Now, get out.' was railroad edlior o< Ihe Times, of Pot-l for 42 years, liavld Klrkvixxt and Drttter toll at his eiperlonce. has rcflciie.: Wi Is ia bU Slsl yeir. Mr. very sore an4 Jlu( lo flow Vandcrbill u FOR FURTHER AND J." GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSCNBER AGENT, CALGARY. STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand Dollars Worth. We wifl wfl at a special discount up to December next. All llrca Ihia season's slock. Jlnsl make room for spring ship nienl. All the standard and sizes -Jnclocllng our. special Diamond Squeegee. This 13 your oftportunily.-Display show room. t BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION'BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSl BOX ;