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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6. 101? Tin-: UvTJinmnriE DAILY HEHAI.D TURKU "BRINGING UP FATHER" Jy G. McManus ME I THOUGHT too OCH'T XQO EVER THINK Tener is the Greatest Man In Baseball Circles Today Curlers Hold Annual Meet Good Start for Big Season ANDERSON IN CALGARY National League President Made Hit With the Public by Opposing Ban Johnson's Plea for General Exemption of Players The Curlins club licit! Its annual meeting Tuesday nighl In the council chamber. Tho meeting was well attended. President Hamil- ton occupied the chair. The folloiv- IQR QlllcerE were elected tor the sea- ion of 1917-191S. i Hon Drucc. A. Buchanan, C. A. Magrath.' Grace, P. UurnS, John Ilorrie, Lt.-Col. SUnvarl. Mayor Har- dlc, Comm.. Freeman, John .Taylor.' George Green. H. Davidson. yirsl A. Held. Second R Simp- ion. Hon. secrelary-Lrcasurer L. W-] .Clark. J J. F. Ham-! llton, John Marnock. D. D. McNnbb.j H. Freeman. F. Burns Ice i- reeman, John IfariLock, liv. Lr. McXcnzic. Any new curlers or llioac ivislilng to laconic curlers in llie city hand ihcir names at an early date to member ol the executive or the iccrelary-lreasnrcr names will Oicn (By Shortstop) cannot help but admire his clean New York. Dec. Is about time I wholesome nature. 1-Jvor slnco he be- lo give John KLpley Tcncr. came president ot Ihc N'allonal league or the Nations! league, his just due. Tcncr waged a llfihl for clean In another fortnight Tener will be re-.baseball and open politics In the Na- ulecteti president of tlic National ]ca-iUoi'al IcaEue. guc lor another Ions term, and Irom I Cartoons of league meetings show- presonl Indications Tencr may retain ing the amount of vintage consumed the office ns long as he sees fit, never made a. bit with Tener. "1 Tcncr today stands as the biggest guess that kind o[ stuff was true al figure In baseball. lie Is a strong man one lie once (.old Shortstop, with a strong character, and an offi- "but we liave oul grown It. In a. sense cial who fearless in his duties. It Sa arc Iho steijnr.is ol America's true that Tener did not icveal his leading sport, nnd. let ua show strength until last year. There was a country that we, arc Ihc bind of men lime when many persons considered they would desire to conduct him a wMkliiis. an enll-ualasi oul of, Tnerc perhaps never was a base- Lilnce in a baseball office, wbo was a ball magnate who stood for such ideal- toy for Han Jchnaon, !istlc designs. Imagine what would have j However, sucli stories always were happened to a league president twenty gross exaggerations. Tencr was new years ago who in the baseball business, and Johnson temerity to tell Ills club owners to was an old hand, but anyone who stay out of the barroom, knows Tener knows that he uevcr i Johnzon or anyone else HP- less he first w-is convinced thai tho step to La taken was right aud just. No man cs fair play better tban Walter Antlcrjon, tbc Saska- toon ivrestlor who lias been sojourning liere has gone fo Calgary v.'hero lie will endeavor to line uu a matcli wllh. Muu- roe, Ihc great Canadian- mat artist. And era DO, who Is a guocl g rap pi or, hag uut him-clf uiuler Hie wing of7 Frank Taylor, Jack's brother, and hopes to be able to secure several goed matches during the winter. to llio Canadian Prests this morning aa' lo what ho considers the for the disastrous lie "It seems to said Mr. "that Ihe pjckers nra opposed to tho i of Ihe faniiers shipping Lhelr to their own on cor.-' slgnmcnt. This is apparent In tho; fact that several packing concerns; j bavc made statements ihat Die farm-; i ers were asking loo much for their' ilioss. This, of course, is not n. fair1' Calgary, Alts.. Dec. an ir-Ulatcmcnti 2S tho fr.rnicr cannot reparable injury hag lecn tlie for Tllc rarmcrs'' campaign for greit hay produclioa commission man doca try to ztt all (through nm recent strike- o? Imyers Ulu aie and "perhaps linn! Ojlhc local stock yards, Is Lhc opinion of morc influence- than ordinary couinila-: II. W. Wood, president of the United mpn ln kecp'ng 'he iirices up. A, Farmers ol Allierla. The loss tint _ has been Incurred has amounted In head, which on liciul man of nnotlicr firm is- not interested in celling :L Tilgh so long p.s lie is. able to sell higher' amounts to-bctween nnd iLn huya Influence is evi-' 000, Mr. Wood estimates, nnd CO per ,hc lhc pacijcrg aro: cent of this loss falls on the farmers.t to urGak dowjl> Tcncr aUD tho frlcnj of thfl player, lie ilarted life as a, player, and will nevcv gel. over it. ]lo rv- No Word Yet From Team From May Play Here Soon I j sire lo do thn right tiling n. H. DAVIDSON, Gained Many Friends President of Ihe Lethbrldgo curlers I ..Tener won many friends last sum- for season of 1917-1S. mQT able handling of Ihe Me- case. He look care of thia sit- acconipllchcd so much goort had it j been run he said only >a few M'CDks Nolhlng hceny heard from Varsity manager regarding the proposed trip of the Varjity bas- ketball quintet Lo Lethbridge fora clash -with the Jqczls on Satur- day night of thia week so It Is considered that the match is off. Local Basketball fans were all set for the fray and the Lelh- brtdc-c aggregation was quite con- The re.il will be borne by small deal- ers In the country, who had bought from ttio fanners at country polnla, to sell here. At Uic-time Ihe strike or boycott TTAS called, GO iier cent of tho fn The yards were in llio lianJs -of the United Grain Growers, who were hold- ing Ihein lo sell on commission for the farmers. Many of them were in the yards from Wednesday until "llio following Tuesday, and shipping of any dimensions Is Just commenc- ing. JJ5ils began to come in Monday, anil rriosl of Ite were sold before night at 515.25 nnd ?lo.51L One firm j shipped cight'cars oast, Butting in llamillon. Ont. Sir.-Wood gave a definite statement sudden and violent reduction of prices and thus punishing; the farmer rfho- has IIORS shipped on consignment on that flay. picVcra haTe succeeilcQ fully In accomplishing their purpose. They have also in more fn- jury ta ihe ctnnpaiEn for Rrcater pork production limn they could have in. any other way. For the harm dono the western hog producing Industry, they will have to take the blame. I cannot understand why it is thai Uia Canadian pzckcra should resort to or- ilinary slrikc meihuds. Certainly lhr-y IKIVC never approved Ihosu malhoda among organized labor, and it is :L rayatcry to me why they should em- ploy such tactics be put on Iho list. Tliis greatly son. help In forming the rinks for the sea- ual1on_ Had the. fraternity been as favorably fidenl bfr Iht result. Inclined toward the as Tenor no display ot anlmoslly ]s to the player, Kulli'3 oreaniziLion i nnd with a supcrlnrity that made Me- would still eierL a big InNucncc on the Craw's comparison of himself willi sport. J Tener rcliound back al llic Clant lead-: with double llio [orce originally ex- N.H.A. SCHEDULE Jan. 23 Ottawa at Canadicna; Wanderers nt Toronto. pended, Jan. at Ottawa; Gana- week Tener clinched his honor- L MontTCnl, Due, G. Tlic playing for IhR National slonal Hockey leaguo hag ranged ZB follows: Dec. 19 CanarJIcns it Ottawa, Toronto nt Wanderers. Dec. at Cnnadlena, Ottawa at Toronlo. Dec. at Toronto; Ot- tmvii at Wanderers. Doc at Canadfens; Wanderers al Ottawa. Jan, al Ottawa; Cana- dlens at Wanderers. .Jan. Ottawa nt Canadlcns; Wanderers at Toronlo. Jan. al Canadlena; Wanderers at Ottawa. Jan.. at Ottawa; Ttronlo at .Wanderers. Jan, Wanderers at Canadlcna; Ottawa al Toronto, Jan. nl Toronlo; Ot- tiwn at Wanderers. diens at Wanderers. I Second Half I Jan, 3o Canadicns at Ottawa1. Toronto at Wanderers. baseball's biggest mnn, With his usual Impetuosity, Johnson broke In- to print in Chicago with his ahhor- .ront suggestion that 2SS big leaguo 'players be for cacli been Fob, Canadlena; ]ihn 16 big league (cams. H might oc-j j OL'.aAS'Q at Toronto. -cur to the Average person before i ________ Feb. at Toronto; Ot- 'launching so radical a suggestion Jnhn-i tawa nl Wanderers, I son wouM first confer wllh Ihe Intermediate nnd Junior Schcd- Fcb.S.-ToronloilCaiiaalens; Wan-'. IluL arerg at Ollawa National league would Irall along j at Ottawa; Cana- dlens at WandererB- Fcb. 1G Ottawa al CaDadicns; Wanderers'nt Toronto, Feb. at Canadlcnc; Ottawa, at Toronlo, Feb. 23 Canadlens al OLlava; Toronto ni Wanderers. Feb. 21 Toronto at Canadleng; Toronta; trom "nrt at Wacdercrs. Mar. C Ollawa al Canadians; nt Toronto. ilar. at Ottawa; Cana- dlcna at Wauilerers. IBYSZKO AND ROLLER WIN York, Dec. International ules However Likely To Go Ahead liktly that a Calgary squad will shortly pay a visit to Lethbridge to-try conclusions, Bert Tailing formerly of the locals interesting himself In getting one of the Calgary teams lo come down. He Is playing a strenuous flame with one of-the Calgary squads and he would like nothing ueltervthan to clash with his former teammates. Raymond is beginning to make z noise like r'2? training and the Alberta champions of 191M7 will be heard from as soon ss the holi- day scscon ia FIVE.P1N MATCH TONIGHT There U'iU lie another match in tho live-pin lenRue tonight between the Tigers and the I.I1.0. 'Oni account ol the big ten-pin match for Ihe chani pfenahln or Canatla tomorrow fale Iind to lie clianged. ul-lcr. Tencr was abaslicil at Ihc statement. Not only ivas lie bluer against tno. scntlnicnt expressed by Johnson, but! Toronlo, Dec. the nnninl also for coupling Ihe iir.nie o! Ihc N'a- meeting o; the Ontario Hockey associa- tional league willi Ihe suggestion willi- lion here on as a out even the formality ol asking Ten-. measure It was Lgrcctl that pteycrs re- cr'a opinion. UlilInR in a lown ivlicrc there is no THB line-up for the Tigers will bo: Raps Bar Johnson Q.ll.A. team, may play In tho noircst (jiarke, Craig, Willclta, Llscomljo anu The [ormer Pennsylvania goyernor luwn or village wiih a population or smith, and Hit I.H.C., Alrd. Kreestonc, ss Ilian 5.000. Mercer, Cartler and Allen. All players mlncc words. Ills think' Sheriff Cluton was unanimously el- he on deck at E o'clock, so the eamc 'It most unpatriotic lo suggest that president In succession to Capl. may be Blartcd on time, juascliall should appear to'shirk Us Jim Sutherland, who is overojas and iiluty at this etc., must have Ino now executive members chosen 'icarcd big Dan when he read It. were: Franfc nisscte, Toronto; O. There has been'much written obout Dawson. Sarnla-. Frank Hyde, Wood- Jolmson'i patriotism since America W. A. Vry, Dunvllle. tooli Its sliie alongsWo the allies. There A "ah balance ot was waa much blarltis o( trumpets, boat- reported. Five thousand ol this will InK of druu-j as bis Ban announced he IMS applied lo the Victory loan. calch-is-catch-cin wrestling TOUTOR-! wanted to Ket right Into tho trenches There will bo plenty of malcrlal tor mont.wns besun hero to determine nnd beat Cap. Huston to Ihe front. Ho lie Intermediate nnd Junior tho chnmplon nt that jtyle of mat i wanted lo take a hack nt those Huns, lint II Is doubUul If there- win oo n. LOW FARES Add To The PLEASURE Of Your HOLIDAY TRIP By Choo.ing The Route Of SAFETY COURTESY ASK AGENT FOR SPECIAL LITERATURE W. JL SHELDON, Fn. ft Ptm. AcL. I. V.. MUKTAUCH. Fit. Jk P-. that style of mail wanted lo lake a hack nt those Huns, H Is doubKul If there will uo work, Poland, throw Gco, Ban close 'to 250 Junior league. Only the Toronto Den- Mannlch of Serbia In two minutes and pounds. Then lucre wns more heating were prepared lo nd, In 16 inliiuu-a oiler his services to Ihe war rtfparl- EXPENSES I Montreal, Doc. grns? cnrntntra of, Ihe Canadian railroads, rpAchcd new higTi figures In Xovem parsing Ihn In Octoljor by n Br.iftil margin, al- manager lo USD llie pruning knife. The -largcsl OTCT tcrortdcl for any mnnlli Aoto All Right for Hiding! Detter hire overhaul It tnd put It In first con- dlllop, Uon'l-be foolish cn- ingh to Iblnk you needn't hother with small repairs. Thoso. sriinll defects hnro ft moil uncomfortable habit of suddenly developing Into ser- ious troubles and possibly far from a garage or repair shop. Ho prompt. Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH. STREET SOUTH LETHtRIDQt, applicallon was pigeon holed, where It likely will remain Idr ths wnr. Slnco tho TTIT floTcrnor Tener has been doing much big sovernmentml In expenses, has released PHcJiera rigmos nJso rcprescnlcJ a now Ring and Heulhcr, also the Cuban ulll- iniurn. Ornnrt Trunk's lolal, howcvtr, Ity'plnyer, Cucto. Illnf goes Ln Iho "as In eovcrul months b'jtli club o( lhc Sonlhern as- of this year 'ami Itiat. Variations in soclillon. II Is probable Ihat nnelher that respect suggest the Important pftit played by lhc western grain Prepare for Cold Weather Before it is Too Late we have just received a shipment of automobile radiator hood covers. two others whom ho hopes to secure menj3 connection with bringing the differ enl lodges and bfincvolcnl a DC let fan In- lo line In support ot tho food ronaerva- V l'h- Klks' war fund.i, Ihe anllcred (rltw hir- ing rained a million dollars which fa pal Into base hogpllala. TerMr Doing Hit Bit Fo much for Tencr's war work. No Cueto joined Iho Reds In ino spring. QUERRIE SUCCEEDS MURPHY 6ne ever Hears a peep oul o. "Jlmmy" T6ronlo, Ont., Dec, C. P. n. 0. T. FL d.n-IO 33fi C. N. H. 205.6S.1 BIO SUIT DISMISSED, Maxwell D 45 McLangblia Dort Chevrolet Dodge D 35 Mclaughlin DO NOT CONFUSE THESE COVERS WITH SOME OF THE CHEAP MAKE SHIFTS THAT ARt BEING FOIOTEO ON THE MARKET, FOR THESE ARE OF HIGH GRADE MATERIAL AND WILL OWE YOU SATISFACTORY SEflVICE. BAALIM MOTOR GO. HOME OF TflS CHEVROLET- OF UNION HARRY MOCK AN, ;