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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1917 THE LETIIBRinCiR DAILY HERALD PAGE TllflEB "BRINGING' UP FATHER" By G.'McManus MOT D: OLD PAL n( KNOW ME MEAN INTO CAR0 >7i'v'- vZsVfK 1 i Wit American League leader Says Confronts a Ser- ious Condition Connie Mack's Star Twirler Can SL Louis Star Picked as Ik-st Break Ihe Clay Birds Player in Ihe Major League Neir York, Dec. Sislor, Chicago. Nov. Dan D. Johnson of the American league today declared thai professional base- ball confronts the most serious sUua- lion in its history nciil year as a re- sult of conditions clue to the war. He that common sense and prudence must guide the major league baseball officials in deciding what course lo pursue. In Ills opinion 11 would be Ihe height, ol folly (o send a club owner blindfolded into the campaign of nciL season, and lie has asked (or an op fin TAKER (From Our Oivn Corrusjiondc-nl) ot fancy and useful articles, home' nrizcs Mr. Uarton iireadicil an earnest inado cooking, candy, etc., nncl ti fish1 sermon on iho lest I piaiul nt jjontl for iho uhiUlroii. Tea BCFVCU iho door and knaelt." .-.vluch no Tabcr, Dec. David Jenkins Uiroudiuut the uricriittun. Tho Mznar ma.ln appeal La all under 20 ivas called away suddenly to North well patroiiizcil and by sis o'clock DaVola on Thursday night ovcryUiing nvas sold out lo the groat news received ol (lie death ol her: prutiiicallon of llioso most Interested. mother. (The HPT proceeds were of a ire it> r.onui forward uml innke public decision fur Chnst. This was responded to by over young people. Tho meetings next ivi-ek will The. eight months old child o[ Mr. I On Thursday afternoon in 2 p.m. a I In Uie Hex theatre arid ivill i-niius to and Mrs. Ivor .Monaon tiled ot pncu- funeral sarvlco for the late Mrs. Lcona! close An Atlantic Port, Nov. Inojday night Tliu sub- envoys of French Icllowabip to their j tost three nishts are as I t-'asaillau brethren, sent by tho French the 1lcv_ A. C. Hryan, Tlie service bo- Ing held in Itc homo of Mrs George Ualn. a sister of Ihc hrlrlc. Both. Mr. Pur e ranch i was a of QCurUls accompanied by a stroke of paralysis. She leaves behind sis sons Lo mourn nor loss. Four of these i nro resident In Taber and vicinity. One i as n Leon, Is serving with the Canadian I1C3S Dec. Friday oven- "We arc here lo revive on the Ing the first activity program of the o[ tUq St. Laurence the traditional ed. will resldo near where Mr. DanTorlh' forces in France- and another George, On account of the breakdown of one I. A. was given. A large crowd vras friendship existing between us The program was not spcak the same tongue." said CanL. hyd been planned .owing sick- Duthoit. "and exalt lb.8 new fraternal; Bplrli of the corumua cause cf the al-' 1'es which Is upho'd by the sons of- France. We will tell the, people of j l other dimcuHics which nntontrollable. Tho Beo Hive was a pretty little playlet wherein 27 girh tonk The Boy Kcout chums Conn's Mart-, manaccr .1.11.0 Vlilta-'ot SI. Ixmls Drowns, has been suljec in lhat dcbl.IaAll.MlM, 'American Bisctal! pronounced Lhc bcsl" all-round player tbo wisest course may tic League Club, lias under contract a in the major leagues. Slsler was not pitcher who can hurl a baseball with [ar behind Ty Cobb and Tris Sneaker Kuril eilrapnllnarx speed that he has jH Acmrlcan league batting aver- adopted. Problem Is Difficult "Professional baseball confronts been nicknamed "Bullet Joe." Ami. ages thia year, nnd with the possible Eeritms condition and the mailer of op- ot chc lhc! afternoon of and also big couiuer attractions in the i November 30th. There was a fine dls- theatres. as It happens. Ihat Is a very appro- exception of "Stuffy" Mclnnls ot the leagues next summer will be priatc name, for Hie twlrlcr in qucs; Athletics, he was the leading first a difficult problem' lo solve. Condl- Leslie Joseph Hush, has become biBeinaii. I lions such as the war has produced i In the trap-shooting fiame. sisler's claim to Ihe all-round'lille la never existed before in the life ot I..-. IUUCl1 a11 as thl: 1 nf nr fi Boater part ol the lovn was wilhouf songs Master lilfes nabcock arid ,lulc of Taber .n of lie Thursilav, Iho piano selection hy Mrs. Jtirlc. A nlehts.' nuinncr of points will bo gained hy The'Barton" evangelistic serrlces; '-he local 51. I..A. through tho clfort bavo contlnucLl lo grow la Interest of Ibe entertainment. The ladles' aid of Knox church held atlendaiice, (Icsplto the inconven- On December 5th, 'Ihc llieir annual bazaar In the lecture icnca caused by Jack'of electric Uffht'annual meeting of the Women's Insti- lulle will be held in the ha_U_ All lion by Ihc bride" In lae capacity of secretary. Cannda how laws o[ Interuational 1 rlglu anil liumanity have baen torn. I'} pieces by tlie bratality o'r Hie Oer-; We will r'so tell them how' ilan people, and endeavor to aid Ftlmulallng i.Uani to greater cndcu- vcr" Although fiusli Is proficient wltu the on nls ablllty'to cover each of (he game and they can be met only rifle. slnklnK a bullet just aliout where ,no positions and tbe outfield, as they come to the said li slnV. tie prefers lo-use a Ilc nlso hls undoubted skill PrcsWeiit Johnson.' And with the scatter load a pile he hns gained an reputlllon one of If )n Philadelphia and vic'nity. I players in the game Hu la a ylrlual newcomer at the h'ss. nri such >meibut he shfiots.at cent. can >it right slone. occasionally Is 6: ,nch of ot the Ileioen-.inn Gunn coy.ers rignl field r And with the scatter load !a5 a pitcher. He Is a fasti "The American' league is a unit In he hns gained an reputlllon one of the most Intelligent its desire lo do the right BIG MEET FOR. NEW ORLEANS In Purses for 65 Days of Racing Chicago, Nov. 29. -r- New Orleans ia just.'fyiug her- pseudonym 'Of the On Friday evening iirizes were the Indies of tlic district arc Invited to allcjid. Officers for 191S -will 'be _ _____ ___ _____ awarded by Mr. Dnrton to the young i elected, and rerreshncnls people wJio hnd Jjecn competing1 each night In Iho bib la verso [hiding con- test. Also prizes to those who had. handed In during tho week the licst answers .to (ho question "What Is a After Iho distribution ot Wednesday, December 5, at 3 p.m. Mrs. A. Shelton left on Thursday for Ulah where- she .will spend Ihc winter. Mr. Chris. Jensen lefl" this week for tho south. .Of Camilcn, N.J.. of which tlou he Is a member- "I enjoy trap shootme In tho inter ight field ali'o has baEe now and lhErir while :Ilarold Janvrln of tbe Red Sol can 0, MJM 0 noallis. not only heMiisc I consider It _M ,5' and ScharB 0[ (ue Athletics the most inlcrcsllng nnd exciting sport i I play, ncil to hasebill, of course." rays Hush. "Bui I dp nol .shoot alone because I litfo It. I IhliiU all-ronnd auallty. r_ fact wag amply' demonstrated by, Us j'uecca of winter racing with nnnounce- w'orlc last'year. jpnienl today pt purse mlllloBS of mea to be sent offering of away France, the .man power, of, the naHo'p :dnring C5 days of the which will be'tnied lo Us full limit. The begins this year.on ThaDlisgirlng dar, time does nol Eccm opportune tor play today, and winds up on February 12. or recreation. With thai ihsughl in With confidence restored by Hie fa- mind, it was suggested last summer! vorable den'sion-on .Uic part ol the closo our gates, and all supreme court of tho state in refer- MTS. J. II. Turner an3 Jlra. L. S. Taylor worn delegates lo the annual meeting of Hie Red Cross held In Cal- jjary on Friday. They returned Satur- day evening. Don't forget loo Chatauqua datas, December 7-S-lO, In the Assembly hall. The first performance commences at 3 jun. Friday, December 7, should bend a to the wheel ecce to watering the, turf world is Mclnnls probably could cover second, until (lie war was brought'to a close, displaying the greatest enthusiasm lilrd and short although he Is best "This declaration did not have the! over the coming session, which will bo .It kccpa riie In ccmd'tlon anil prepares me for Ihc long ilininoiul campaign. Aids In Gaining Control "I ueUcye that n baseball pitcher 'inipruViMi" liis .'control by sliootlnc clay targets. Trai> shooting is simply .the co-ordlnalion of eye, arm anil mind Is precisely whal bn'scball Ing When I am OT; Uie iiiound 1 Ilrsl decide in my mlnii where 1 lie-ball to go, nnd Lhon my and "arm tTo the Job flulomallo' ally. "I rncl the same holds true or trap- shooting. AL first I hart to think how 'I would line iip'ray gun, then when] I would pull Hie 'Irlggcr, how far I 1 would fpsd (he target, nnd a dozen or more" olhcr tilings; Now, after long prncllce, I ilo all these automatically, and It's only a question of my cyc-nnd linger working "1 hopd I may be able to caalinuc lo shoot at Ihe traps every winter, and that ivhcn I retire from baseball I will liavo an opportunity lo (afce part in Ihc Grand American Handicap and other big lournamcnts." "Dull.et Joe" tyiulf'tu Connie Mack's mainstay. In Ihe pitcher's box. lie Is one or Ihe hc.it Iwlrkrs In Ihc Anierl- can league. Bush will show his true when Mack rsunds togclhcr an- ollicr charapfonshlp hill club. .Recently, Uush anil Orovcr Cleveland Alexander, the great pilchcr of the uL (he Initial corner. Selling, a great approval of Ihe and did has played thlrd'.hise ami not strlke a popular chord In-other lleft field wllh great results Foster quarters. Prealrienl Wilson said lie Washlnetons has dono good "-'u Lho Illghlnndcrs Pecklnpaugh is the sblflci) from short lo third or second. 'saw no reason Tor the 'curtailment ol work al short, second anil Ihlrn. 01 j our schedules and many of thejeaguea [ne! operated lo the close of Hie season. 'ully t 'none ol llio clubs felt its nraft nol In full force and BOWLING TOMORROW NIGHT The five pin game scheduled for tomorrow night a't.8 c'clock will be between the-Sklnnles and the Reavers. Irwln Is caplafn of the Skinnies and CTarXe of the Beav- era, and If 'the Sklnnlee are as strong Fn the five-pin flame as they were In the ten-pin, ih'e will to io tome to take their scalp. MATHEWSON 'WANTS. MAMAUX Ijclwecn Ihe Jefferson fair at Its new track and Ihe Business Men's Racing association al the fair grounds, 2S days at the former and 37 at Hie latter. That a neiy era has dawned in lurf .affairs Is well evidenced by the spirit oi friendly co-operation existing be- who arc not familiar with Ihe work-! tween Uie old and :hc now set of New Ings of barchall have no conception of Orleans turf promoters, the Crescent Ihc delicate mechanism of a major i city not yet having forgotten the bil- ue club. Deprive a (cam of a s'ln- playcr and you might remove it from (be race as a 'contender' and send 11 to lliu bottom of the list. "Could the drafl fall upon all cluba with equal force then some semblance of a favorable 'lineup' might he main- tained, ft would be the height, of folly to send a club owner blindfolded Into the campaign of next summer. ler warfare wagcil by the members of Ihe old Crescent City JocV.oy club, of which Cims. Dush was presldeDl, anil Hie ,so called Interloper? at the City Park track, of which "Curley" llrown and Ed, Corrlgan were the controlling Whal prouably more flian any other stake offering al tho old track will arouse interest among .the horsemen Common sense and prudence prompt; (3 tho cerla'n ravlval-of the Crescent Christy Malbewaon saw enough of Al Mamnux lo satisfy bis expert eye, and It is not al all surprising lo know that Malty Is laying a trapJor Iho na- tive BOH. was son______, ._ force that propelled this pilch ought to bu gooil for TUany more years, anJ Al- bert can bo. laught-how lo exercise con- trol. The former Giant star who la Guldlnfi Ihe "destinies of the Reds owes1 much of his brllllcnl achievements lo us lo get our bearings. This can only, be brought about by an open and frank discussion ot Iho subject. If the public demands baseball of the high- est erode, Ihat fact will be developed during some period in Iho winter i. Mamnux'a last ball of mcthlne lo write about. The Joe Lann'n, former Eed Sox nwner, City derby, an event .which always had a great bearing on the other up the line. Whether Iho revival will be attempted however. Is problematical, as Vice President Ilcnmson Informs mo that- It Is in- tended to make of Ihe derby a 000 race, and the giving away of this additional amount this year may Is weary of Llio International, accord-, work a hardship on tlie Business! Ing to reports, and It Is understood Men's Hacing Association In view of I'1 that he is nnxloua to sell hJs stock1 in the fact Jl (a paying off lla Indcbt-1 Ihc Buffalo club. I edncss on the Clly Park plant. I unerring aim. It Is only natural w I'lillliea, shot a malcli race nt 150 pels, and ft resulted In a tic, each (o (Iiat once hCtnai (lie riUs- brcnfclng 127 burger Malty would spend much time In Improving AVs gentral dlrccljcn. It Fred Mitt-licll of the Cubs la acout- Ing for a dcaut, nnd according Lo Ihc a slx-cylndcr scout who can rltg up promising.talent Is one the ercalsst needs of Ihc Cuba. Kdd'oiPlank's major league record from IM1 lo 1917, Inr.Iualvo, atiowa that hc'wou 320 games And lost 130. la almost superfluous to mention Ihat Al.would cnjor working under The Kallonal Baacball Federation is the name of a new organization which clnlma lo hold franchises In flf- loen cIltcB. Tho federation, which (3 R live topic, will hold a meeting In Johnstown, on Jan, IS. You Need Your Car, OP you would not have bought it Properly equipped, you can drive it all winter and i ywr car will be in better shape in the spring than if it had been standing idle for three or four months. CALL OR PHdNE US FOR PRICES ON WINTER EQUIPMENT- TOPS, HEATERS, RADIATOR AND HOOfl ttC, Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF BERVICL Flf TH, STREET SOUTH Prepare for Cold Weather Before it is Too Late We have just received, a shipment ol automobile radiator hood'covers, Ford........., D 45 McUnfyb Gray Dtrt D 35 McUmhb DO NOT THESE COVERS WITH SOME OF THE .CHEAP MAKE SHIFTS THAT ARE BE I NO FOISTED ON THE MARKET, FOR THESE'ARC OF HIGH GRADE MATERIAL AND WILL GIVE VOU SATISFACTORY SERVICE. 6AALIM MOTOR CO. HOME Of THC CHIVNOLCT ACK Or UNION BANK MAHMY MOtMAH. pi mm- Ulster time is Winter time Arc you ready to buy one? We Haye them! The real old-fashioned the is up-to- date. Ulsters IN GREYS, FAWNS, BLUES, BROWNS-SofUarm, cosy made to give the maximum comfort and service, combined with minimum weight and cost See variety before you buy. Prices: to L. KEEL LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA ;