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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LRTironiDOE DAILt HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manus DECEMBER i WHADWS CAVI llU AC The Sport Page DEATH OF WELL I Hal Chase To Be Dropped By Organized Baseball At Meeting This Month j There will be a final disposition ot tht case of First Baseman Hal Chase tfttriag the National league meeting tfcte Chase will be dropped tit ot organized He will Mi be blacklisted as a result of cer cbarges which the magnates are to the Clncinn club will hand him a formal no of release and Chase will find it to obtain another position the major The minors will How the example of the big that Chase must continue his ef i hereafter to semipro baseball or tire from the Chase will not the Cincinnati club for unpaid withheld after his suspension early in claim probably Will be settled to avoid an airing of the scan dal in A Wonderful Player Lacking Qeod Chase will pass into baseball his tory as the greatest first baseman that ever put on a His career hasbeen one of lost due to a surprising lack of good Chase is well educated and shrewd in certain but he never has taken his profession seriously and has been a target for much hostile AVI UIUUU UU3111O Cl put on trial to answer charges that Vnen chaso joined the Yankees wagered on certain ball games last a years ago ne was a kid He hae brought a suit against AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Br the Famous Haywood Syctm RCTREADING REPAIR I NO By Experienced All York Special Equip ment or Rim Cat RITCHIE CM 13th St Elllton ADVICE FREE We will advise yon re the care ot your radiator and do good it repairs are needed at a minimum ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street South With phenomenal playing He Went to the front with a rush and was a popular idol on the Hilltop when he got into a rumpus with the club offi cials and Jumped the team in midseas Chase was reinstated by the Nation al commission on the payment of a and returned to the pro fessing new allegiance to the In 1910 he supplanted Stallings as the leader ot the team and was unjustly charged with employing the double The removal of Stallings had been ordered by President Ban John immediately and Matty preferred charges against him with the Cincin nati Chase will never play another game of ball in the majors or min ors declared who evidently knew what he was talking 01 OFFICERS Peterboro is Elected By Acclamation Kdgar Francis youngest son ot and Joseph wellknown residents of the Noble ford died on Saturday morn ing from Spanish He was years of and was born at When a boy he moved with his parents to antl twelve years agp came with them to the west and settled on a farm in the Nobleford The young man made success tt the new He was married a little over a year I ago to a Chicago He was a i member of the Masonic Lodge at His father is a very well known farmer who was former ly an officer of the The funeral services take place at the home on Tuesday morning at 10 Interment will be at Water for office in the Ontario Hockey As closed Saturday there being no of becomes presi dent for the coming of ad vances to the position of first vice and Frank Wood becomes second vicepresident of the Sheriff the retiring has accepted the STILL MOVER V chances of an amicable agreement being Beach ed between the Amateur Athletic Un ion of Canada and the Dominion Foot ball Association are still rather re and Hewitt has been reelect ed Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd A 4th Avenue Lethbrldae DOWLINQ COOK son for certain and Chase i appointed of governor was the only available man for the But Chase didnt manage the He mismanaged them and finally was Refused to Take Chances When Frank Chance assumed charge of the Yankees in he took Chase into his confidence and told him that if he would pay strict attention to business he would be restored to management of the team at the expiration of Chances two years But instead of j taking Chances advice Chase soon became insubordinate and openly Coff ridiculed the Peerless Chance national chairman of the boxing then traded Chase to the White Sox programs for the benefit of the Uni for Zeider and the Bunion i ted War wholly exonerated and the as the fans called jndk Dempsey for not fighting at the Comiskey signed Chase to an position of made vacant by mote Tne situatioll centres the retirement of who has held the office since Fran cis of has been again SERVICE STATION Motorists Tour battery needs very care ful attention during the cold Call Our Service Department and we will for your bat tery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our uptodate Battery 111 7th Street Phone 16 contract and the crack first baseman played superbly for nearly a But in Chase sud denly jumped his Chicago contract and accepted a better proposition from the Buffalo Comiskey took him into court and was beaten because Chase had a ten days release clause in htfc White Sox From a moral point of view Chase was re garded as an out and out contract jumper and he became a marked Narrow Escape From Disbarment in Before the big leagues opened in after having made peace with the it was generally believed that Chase had been barred from the game as a penalty for hit treatment None of the major league clubs showed the slightest de sire for bis and it began to look like a game of freeze when Garry president of the I Cincinnati club and chairman of the National surprised his colleagues by offering employment to The latter was glad to sign and proceeded to get along fine ly with Charley the Reds When Matty succeeded Chase was the first to swear J allegiance to Big During the campaign of 1917 Chase led the Na tional league in batting and became extremely popular all over the cir Mattys End It was in the first week of last August that Matty exploded a bomb by suspending Chase before a game between the Rods and Giants at thu Polo Chase disappeared big benefit at Madison Square Gar Demijsey kept his part of the said which was to meet Tom Cowler or Joe Covvler wouUl not meet but Bonds and that IB the way the match was When the heavyweights were ready to I was surprised to see Joe Jeanette make a dive in the Joe Bonds was on the but somebody got to him and coaxed him not to fight The plot was to have Jeanette meet vwith the hope he might get a wild swing over or hit him Dempsey was there ready to go on but 1 refused to change the around the playing of amateurs ag ainst professionals and the control of professional sport with neither side apparently willing to concede any An informal conference was held on Saturday between representa tives of the two bodies with Fred of the first president of tbe Dominion Football who recently returned France after serving three years with the forces as Nothing definite was agreed upon nor was anything aimed as neither body of represen tatives were authorized to adopt any resolutions or articles of They probably will report back to their respective associations at the next general when the situa tion will be discussed FUNERAL OFTHEIAH Bow Island Review The funeral of the late John Chris whose fleam mm influenza was recorded last Jook place on Noveiriber amid every sign of regret from the The cor tege started from the funeral parlors at ad escorted by a long procession of automobiles conveying friends and sympathizers wended its way to the home of the where a very impressive funeral ser vice was conducted by the and where the beautiful cere mony of the lent additional Holemnlty to the The interment took place In the Oddfellows The casket bearing the remains was made of quartersawed oak and had highly burnished copper It was covered with numerous offerings of beautiful John Chriatopherson contracted the prevailing epidemic of influenza en November llth and died from Its ef fects between three and four on the morning of the leaving a wife and two young children to mourn HORSES FOR FOOD PURPOSES The Alberta Horse Breeders Asso ciation has been requested to ascer tain the number of horses that would be available in Albertn food pur poses at Oc per owners nearest Horses must bo heal thy and ift good condition old used up horses are not There are undoubtedly thousands of horses in Western Canada that arc un dersized and of very little commercial value that could be utilized to help supply meat for the millions of people in Europe who have been accustomed to eating horse flesh and meat supply is most seriously and at the same time their use for this purpose would conserve a tremen dous amount of fodder to be used in raising a better class of horses and other classes of live In order to ascertain what quantity of horses might be available for this all owners who have lornns of this class that they are willing to dispose of should write to sec retary of the Alberta Horse Broadcrs giving the infor mation asked for in an advertisement appearing elsewhere in this as to the number of that they would undertake to supply at 5c per pound their nearest It would appear as if a market might be opened up for this class of if the owners of horses will show suffi cient interest to notify the secretary of the numbers they will undertake to I LIT HIM LIVK brothers and four His parents together with one brother and two sinj MOT rocmr ters reside at another uut8 NUT CRED1T brother lives at one Is serving at the whilst the other resides in Two of i the sisters live in Minneapolis and MINISTERS STATEMENT Arthur i minister of the was asked to The deceased resided in Wisconsin night as to Whether a statement said to have been made by Motherwell yesterday on his return to Regina from the provincial until nine years when he came to the effect that the western provinc here and filed on a homestead Jive es did not consider the transfer to mllss northwest of During them of the natural resources worthy the last year and a half he has beenof consideration by reason of reserva with Beuhring jn the garage and tions regarding the being made implement business at Winnifred un der the firm name of Beuhringand In addition to his business the deceased was imbued with a fine pub lic spirit and always found time to by the Doblnion I do not think Motherwell ever such a said Meighen in answer to the So far as I can there was no dissent whatever expressed to the res lend valuable aid and give advice Generally they GUN CLUB HONORS of the Assiniboine Gun Club of Winni made his debut in Hubert Gun Club circles at the Westboro traps incidentally carried off the high gun The handicap of being on a strange course did not seem to affect the Winnipeg shots work in the He expects to be in the capital for some time and will likely enter the local DEMPSEY WINNER OVER BILLY MISKE Loser Has Lead in Only One Mound cf the Bout at Dempaey After some Dompsey and won the popular decision from Billy his agreed to fight tho negro Miske of Paul in a slow sixround so not to disappoint the bout Only halt a dozen Ward but the more 1 thought of it the I blows were In the third angrier I and I put the whole round Miske jolted Dampsey with an BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS We De Contract Rebuilding and Overhaul any Five Passenger Car for 45 Extra WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY ONCE A A Palace 2nd tTQQOAUT 4 ENGINEERS matter up to the newspaper men at the and they agreed that Jeanette should not be permitted to fight Jack1 because of the methods used to get him in the These manipulators who tried to pull this trick off are responsible for disappointing the Out of every taken in at the box office came from persons who went ex pressly to see Dempaey in j i did not regret the stand 1 I and I want to say that I will never I permit methods like these being used when 1 can prevent An apology is coming both to the public and Ufiinpsey and Kearns tell a similar I TAFT SAYS NOTHING DOING uppercut to the which gave him the advantage in thin After this the bout was ul in Dempaeya In the plark of At lantic had the better of gam Clark sent Lang on matters appertaining to the var ious local organizations ot which he waa a With his bereaved young wife and relatives every resi dent extends the deepest feeling that in him they have lost one whose sterling worth and honorable and manly nature will remain in their memory for many years to appeared to be considered in the in terests of all The discus sion wau on the question of financial U a pmrn printed IS the honlit corrilnR to the story connected with the PWK was written by someone M Wcmimbly a young It wu yaclKt in a box of Bflnt to M aoldler at the He returned the poem lo his homo town to discover the The rmem been widely roprlnted and commented upon As long an the their perfume So long Id let the Kaiser live Mve and live or a million With nothing to drink but Belgian tears With nothing to quench his awful thirst Hut the salted brine of a Scotchmans 1 would let him live on a dinner a Served from silver on a golden Served with things dainty and Served with everything but things to I would make him a bed of silken With costly linens to He With covers of down and fillets of And downy pillows piled In Yet when to Its comforts he would It stink with the rot ot the battlefield And blood and brains and bones of men Should cover him and then Ilia pillow should cling with rotten clay Clay from the grave of a soldier boy And while Gods stars their vigils And while the waves their white sands lie should never And through all the throngh all the There should be an anthem Jn his Ringing and singing and never done Prom the edge of light to the set of sun and and moaning wild A ravished French girls unlucky And I would build him castle by the As lonely a castle as ever could Then Id show him a ship from oer the As fine a ship as ever could be with water cold and Laden with everything good to eat Yet scarce does she touch the silver ed Scarce may he reach out his eager Then a hot and hellish moulton shell Should change his heaven into And though hed watch by the wave swept Our Lusitania woilld rise no No Mans where the Irish Id start tuff Kaiser a private Id jab stab give him And in each wound Id pour ground glass Id march him out where the brave boys died Out past the lads he the fearful gloom of his living tombs There is one thing Id do before I was through Id make him sing in a stirring man The wonderful words of the Star Spangled BIG MINING MAN DEAD NEW Joseph i Raphael de financier and mine diedtoday In Roosevelt TURKISH MONEY MISSING Hospital of pneumonia which de with after an He wns L mer President William Howard in an interview given out declared he would under no circumstances accept tho po sition of baseball commission er for the two major leagues for which office ho had boen 4 OF PUBLWOAMI A correspondent of the New York signing himself with the initials says William Van derbilt never said The public be in the sense generally under stood for the 35 He writes as follows Clarence Dresser a fine young but temperamental to a the Hyde Park correspondent of the Chicago Times in the early boarded Vanderbilts private car at Grand before seven oclock in the morning pushing by the porter forced his way Into the stateroom where the magnate was Th latter naturally much incensed and ordered the in truder out of the Dresser stood his ground and per sisted in getting an He wanted to know if the rumor was true that John Ledyard and fonfto tie matTn the Tirstround and JH general managers of was the aggressor Lake Michigan Central upd Jack Thompson of St i Boe were to be pro knocked out Jamaica Kid of New woted to the while tho in York in tho fifth The men j Van are negro Johnny Dundee or New Vork had tlin better of a nixround bout with Joo Phillips of was too clever for Ihn local boy and had tho advantage in every the departure from Constantinople of r years of Enver former Turkish minis ter of and his the j disappearance of Turkish pounds of public funds placed in various banks was noticed according to the of It is the newspaper that the money has been transferred to neutral bankn or carried EnvervPasha has been by the Berlin authorities to leave the Ger man and will arrive in Swit zerland de Laminar was president of the Dome Mining Vicepresident the In ternational Nickel and director of many other HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving a Victory Bond for the nearest Foot ball final Harvard 21 Cleveland 10 Uni versity Of M Ohio would be raised to the chair manship of the respective boards of i Vanderbllt wanted to know of what interest that would be to any jiud Dresser replied that the public Was much interested in official changes of that The public be Van derbilt blurted if youre a fuir uample of the Chicago Young you have virtually broken into my private at an unseemly to ask questions that could well wait until I reached my and I will tell you positlvuly your editor to send a genteimui to Neivells office in business hours uiui he will get all the facts when they uro ready to be given get After acting an clerk of tho county J was railroad editor of the of Ierl for 4J David Klrkwaod and Dresser told of Sis has resigned was very sore and he was go is in hU Ust J to show Vanderbllt SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Train Service Double Daily Train Service TranaCanada to Toronto Cerrespehdlng Farce to Comfortable Travel on Other Eastern the Worlds Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Standard and Tourist Excellent Dining Car x Tickets told during December are good for 60 Extension wKI be granted by a payment of for each extra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 512 DISTRICT PASSCNGER STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand Dollars We will sell at a special discount up to December All this aeanons Must make room for spring ship All tlie standard mokes and uizett including special Diamond This Is your Display at our show BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRfS AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;