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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY. FEMUJAItY 8, liMh "BRINGING UP FATHER the .lethbridge daily herald page three B y McM anus p OK ^UKiN'? U ' I I I'M CR^INO * VOO HEART't�b BREAKIH': v/hav t> THE i .MATTER? o you vod wetc soin^ to move into /k MORE. EXPEN*Wt APART W\EtHT THAN r VE DON'T HAVE TO - A' THE LANDLORD THE. RENT- 1 f 1 ' > KM* 1 -I r + 9 Miller Huggins Not Likely lo Use it So Much-Yanks Tried 2H Times in lf> 17 s84is in two, Elmer Miller in I wo, Norman Culhip in onn, Al Walters in one, .Walter Alexander in one and Joe Ged-eon in one. The teams the Yankees of l!i]7 worked the squeeze againsl were Detroit, eight times; Washington, seven times; Boston, four times; Philadelphia, three times; Chicago, three times; Cleveland, twice, and at, bonis, once. In two of the successful squeezed pulled by- Pitcher Shocker he hunted on what would have been his- third strike-on June 23 and September II, against Philadelphia. .Mack's batteries on these dates were Sehaucr and Haley and Noyes and Meyer. o > > > �> *? v > > *> o v v Ranks With Harrison, So  a I Clawsy Bout is Coming Up Tail Match Vnder the Huggim*. administration the Yankees are not likely to use the squeeze play as frequently as they did �when their at laclc1' w as direct ed by "Wild Hill' Donovan, .Miller James a slight believer in the squeeze as a meant? of scoring, employing it only six times last year and so winning two games. Hugh llezdek, the Pirate chieftain, likes the squeeze, and his men worked it successfully eight times during the year. When Jimmy Callahan was the Corsair commander the PiUsburgs got away with the play twice. Put Moran's Phillies worked the squeeze on their opponents twice, ami so did Christy .VlaUiewson's Hods. Ceorge Stullings' Braves used the play once, but the Superbas. under Wflberi Robinson; the Giants, under .John Mc-(Iraw, and the Chicago Cubs, under Fred. Mitchell, nad no use for this scheme as a means 01 acquiring runs, and never once tided it. The only double squeeze of the year in .the National league was worked by the Phillies^ at the Polo grounds in the sixth inning on April 27, and became a double squeeze because Jeff Tesreau fumbled to the ground in picking up Ctoorge Whitted's bunt. Bancroft, had scored by the lime the ball reached the New York pitclrer, and Stock followed Davy homo when he saw Tesrean on the turf-a wild throw front a MUiiiff posture making Milton's voyage to the plate easier. Huggins' Cardinals were the only National league team to win games with the squeeze, gaining a victory over the Pirates on July �( and one over Hie Reds on September ft. On the first named .date Gonzales squeezed Cruise in from third, and on the last mimed date .Meadows did-the bunting and Gonzales the running. The opposing batteries were Jacobs and Schmidt and Toney and Wingo. Bill Donovan's Yankees worked the squeeze seven .more times last season than did all the eight National league teams. They got away with the trick -S Umes, winning three games with the play and saving themselves one shutout. The triumphs were over Washington, on April I!'; over ifostou. on June 2U, ;md over Detroit, on July 22, the three opposing butteries being Johnson and Alnsmith, Leonard and Thomas and Klunkc and Stallage. Maisol ami Miller collaborated in the squeeze play that defeated the Senators.' Nunamaker and Pipp were the heroes In the triumph over the Red Sox and Mavsans and Pipp starred when the- Tigers were beaten.' Urban Shocker was the batsman in fput of the Yankees' 28 successful squeeze plays. Lee Magee in four Les-]ie Nunamaker in three, Fritz Maisel in three, Roger Peckinpaugh in three, 1-1 ughey High in three, Armando Mar- I Mercer and Wallis Won by Narrow Margin-Dominions Beat the "Vs" 1 Fans are anxious to get further1 particulars about "Spider" Wolfe who is to be Young Ross' next opponent in the ring here. The Chicago gladiator, about whom morte particulars wilj be available shortly, is another of the Harrison style. That much can be banked on for it comes from an official Chicago source. The fact that he met Mike Gibbons and gave a good account of himself is enough. Ross continues to train religiously for the coming bout. He is going to win, he says, but iChe should happen to lose he will have no alibi to offer. Meanwhile negotiations are being carried on for Tait's appearance here early in March. So the fans have two great mills coming up. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? TWO "Y" TEAMS WILL INVADE RAY-MOM D TONIGHT The basketball* teams of the local "Y" with a gnud crowd of rooters will embark this evening for Raymond, where the return match will be played. Weather permitting a half dozen or more cars will be lined up, and the moral supporters of the "Y" teams will he there in full force. Raymond are without a doubt laying low as never before for this game which if they lose quells their championship aspirations, - and if they win gi*cs them an even chance with the local "Y." The local juniors have been showing plenty of pep so far1 this season and have already won two games for the sugar town aggregation, and are going down to repeat these performances tonight, expecting nevertheless a stiff'er game than ever. v ? ? v v ? WAR TRADE BOARD ON THE WAR FRONTS OF CATTLE CO. ? Toronto, Feb. C.-Sensational evidence was heard today at Osgoode Hall in connection with the liquidation of the British Cattle Supply Company, Ltd.. which was incorporated a year ago. with a capital of $2,500,000, and after an existence of J* | eight months went to smash. A reference is being taken by the master-in-ordinary. v ? ? {OoNTrXTTKU FfiOM FfiONT PaGB) duslries as distinguished from those of a less essential character. , "i. To investigate and keep recordset the country's stock of raw materials, partially finished products and finished products, and. when necessary, to direct their distribution so as to obtain (|he best results in the National interest. li. To consider and recommend methods* of curtailing or prohibiting the use of fuel or electrical energy in the less essential ind�B*tries. 7. To direct priority in the distribution of fuel, electrical energy, raw J materials and partially finished products. 8. To investigate generally coudit- \ The company 'was incorporated in ions of'trade, industry and production February, 1917. It started with an i (except food production), and to make > * > *> ? * * > > : > > * Febi authorized capital ot* 2,500,000, which was afterwards doubled. Thos. A. Neeley, R. 11. McElroy, M. P. P.; O. P. MeHugh, f. ,R. McKe>own were names, associated with the venture. Examined at Osgoode Hall, Samuel Hisey told of his investment, of a WINNERS AT THE recommendations with regard thereto. 0. To work in co-operation with the Canadian war mission at Wash-I ington and through that mission or otherwise to co-operate with the war irade V�aTu' of the United States or other bodies constituted for the like cr trip "to Ottawa of the promoters, of j purpose with a view to securing the being introduced to Hon. Martin !Tost effective unity of action by the f I Mercer and Wallis took two out of three games from Sloan and t'eber-setzig in the doubles competition at the Dominion alleys last night, but the latter were high un total pins, getting aM to 055, or eight pins to the good. It was a great game, and tlie result was not decided until the last frame. Mercer and Wallis fell down in the second gaino which they lost by 40 pins, and although they had a lead, ot US in'the first and third it wasn't good enough. Sloan and Sherlock Wallis split, even for high total with 501. Sloan had high single game with 11*4 although Wallis was tramping on his heels with Tonight Aird and Raymond-, will meet Williams and Jennings and on Saturday night Green and Clark will take on Irwin and DeAlanbey. Last night's scores: sioan......... it;:: i, Poile, Higli River; 4, McLaws. Civics. Burrcll. minister of agriculture, and of another trip when he we/it back to be "sworn in as a member of the 'National Livestock Board.' " in#a Bedroom The "swearing in," it was slated, was staged in a bedroom of tV^ Chateau Laurier, with Senator Pope as master of ceremonies, and with a senator' from Alberta and Senator ! Bostock in attendance. Mr. Uisey told of having made investigations through a solicitor, and two countries for war purposes. BRITISH FRONT London, Feb. S.-The German artillery has been active north of St. Quentin. according to an official statement from British headquarters in France and Belgium, issued foday. The statement reads: "The hostile artillery was active during the night in the neighborhood of Flesquicrs. On the remainder of the front there is nothhig of interest to report." ON EASTERN FRONT Paris, Feb. S-The official report from the French war office last night on operations in Macedonia reads: �*Array of the East, February 6: In the environs of Sokol, Serhian infantry repulsed an enemy reconnoitering party. The artillery was active north of Monastir. "Allied aviators have bombarded with success enemy encampments in the valley of the Vardar. Two enemy airplanes were brought down." French front Paris, Feb. S.-Following- is today's official communication: "There is nothing to report with the exception of a successful raid by the French on a small German post' west of Forges, on the Verdun front, west of the Mettse." Lo n d o n, Feb. 8.-A n e plan h a s I New York. Feb. S. - Justice Hen- ��*ns Trophy-1, Fdgar. Innisfail; Uriel: in the supreme court here toda* Shortt, Olds; :;, Andrews. Granites; i declared the New York state anti- 4> ^outts. Civics. ^prizefighting law constitutional when Tucketts Trophy 1, Miller, Civics; | he dismissed a writ of habeas corpus IBrett> Bailt'r: " Mt^illop, Civics; -1, ! obtained by a boxer who had been ar-! rested for taking part in' a ho lit to I which an admission fee had been ; charged. It was claimed the boxer did of the party which was organized to ] been made for dealing with category j '')V men amongst the Canadian drafts | i not know the audience had paid to see I the exhibition. Featherstone, Xanton. A. McKillop Trophy-1, Bcgert, Castor; 2, Stewart. Maeleod; Campbell, Ded Deer; 4, Harper, Youngstown. Purity Flour (Visitors) - I, Edgar, Innisfail; 2. Stewart, Maeleod; :i. Sad- go west over the Canadian Northern Railway io look over the land. The party wa a organized by R. H. McElroy, T. A. Neeley, he thought, tmd Hon. Mr. Talbot. There were 25 to in the party. Senator Talbot took them to the experimental farm at Vermilion, and there automobiles coming to camps in England. "B" men who cannot be usually employed as such, or have been rejected by a conducting officer, are to be embodied in a separate division. There they will he given a course of remedial training and treatment under the supervision of were waiting for them. They rode j the medical officer to make them fit: over 10 or 15 miles of ranching j (At For employment in one o� the .Mercer ... Wallis 32U 120 151 :us- 17(1 157 S�63 454 �501 342 2S0 33u-ao5 .Dominions Beat "Y" A team of trundlers from the "Y" took on * crew from the Dominion alleys last night in n ten pin struggle with the result that lift "V" went down to defeat by 171 pins. Shover was the only man to get above the 500 mark and he pulled off 525. No one broke into the magic 200 class. The return game will be played some evening next week. Following are the scores: Y. M. C A. Toll ........ i;^ Moore........ 0 42 .H'O Nelson........ 140 MS Fifzpatrick .... 144 Rh) Murray....... 105 3 2:-> "When a mam Participates in a spar- dmgte-n, Banff; Begart, Castor, ring match it seems to me mjite rea- l)- K- lilack ii'opby--1, Brett Knlinhl* tn nvn^limn Hint ho mimt lrnmv SaddlllgtOIl, Baiilf; 2 ShOI'tt UIUl Go sonahle to presume that he must know whether he is giving the exhibition gratis or whether he receives compensation," declared Justice Hendricfc. "If the latter, it is only a step to the presumption that he must know the sources from which the money is received. If there is no admission fee, no offense is committed. If there is a fee it is so nearly a part of the exhibition as to render the"parthdpant amenable to the penalty prescribed. "Sparring in itself is not inherently .wrong. The legislature has not undertaken to declare it so. Nor is sparring as an exhibition for money in itself an and Good-er, Olds. Premier-1, Stewart, Maeleod; 2, Bowness. Cranbrook. Consolation - 1. Gardiner. Civics; 2, Gates, Oyen; ;i, Cashing, Thistle; 4, Bryant, Granites. CURLING grounds. Afterward they were taken to the parliament buildings at Edmonton and introduced to the members of the legislature. "It sounded well," he added, "looked patriotic, and so fyth, and 1 was led to believe that =- ihe Dominion, Ontario and Alberta governments were all behind us." Think* it Was Bluff Mr. Hisey's view was that the land could v turned over at, 100 per cent., even / the cattle did nothing. He asked halt a dozen times unsuccess-1 fully for maps of the lands. branches of the service requiring men of category "B", or (B) until they are unlikely to benefit by such treatment. The period of training is to extend over four to six weeks. TO INSTRUCT IN II.' S. As fur a* the probe has gone. It L 1 lillliax- hfl; S--rhe to�owiug_are appears that there is some $37,0001 ' the names of the officers who arrived pad-up stock, for which the, public i ?n � 8t,f �ieV yesterday and are going has subscribed, and thai-a block of 10 th(e V,nite.d S'a,te8 ? mstftct- 140-422 :i Gt\-46$ 140-414 DEATHS IN U. S. SPORTING WORLD PAST 12 MONTHS 7:;o Oits Dominions I Dickson ........ Needs .. . Freestone Frey Shover *  4 *   t *  4 frtt It*   i;jo in 4 'W8 i2:t 125 145 j r>s 170 OiUi 348 177 21'w -454 -414 -474 r. o 745 721 SUS-2304 of a motor is a. great help when repairs are necessary whether you do them yourself or have someone do them for you. It means that the engine is easy to take down and set up, and you are not payiiiK out a lot. of money for time. It also means that there are not a lot of parts to get out of order. THE MITCHELL ENGINE IS EXTREMELY SIMPLE. Soldier Johnny Shaw, boxer; David j Hispiiam, jr.. A. T. Humphries, jrM Major 11. B. Lewis, all gentleman jockeys; William Lacken, hockey player. Died From Natural Causes 'Boxing: Chariest. While, referee; Koiteri Kitzsiinnions, Leu Darcy, Dick Koche, backer of .John h. Sullivan; Bob Vernon, stakeholder; Al Palzer, killed; Join* h. Sullivan. Baseball: Tim Mufnaue, baseball writer; William G. Weart, secretary of the liaseball "Writers' association; W. V. Temple, who gave the Temple clip and who originated the world series. Lawn tennis and golf; Dr. James i Dwifiht, called "the father of lawn | tennis;" \?illle Smith, open golf ! champion of the United States in ' Track athletics: Evert Jansou ' Wendell. Wrestling: Frank Gotch. Thoroughbred racing; Schuyler L. I Parsons, Philip J. Dwyer, Oscar Lew- ; isohn, .lohn Husgins, trainer; Arthur ; Hedfern and Joe McCahcy, joekers. A good start was made in the play for the Wright shield competition. There was some fine curling on the ice and some of the most judicious criticism offered front the bench skips who are always winners and can see shots that the short-sighted skips on the ice have overlooked entirely. That is one advantage of sitting while you think. There was the usual dog fight m the waiting room to fill in the odd moments between ends. Carberry won 32,499,300 stock was transferred for � land said to belong to the British j Dominion Lands Corporation. Whether | these lands have any tangibility, has not been sufficiently ascertained. The creditors' claims are in the neighborhood of $60,00(1. Claims to the extent of $12,000 are not disputed, it is said. Paid Cash For Stock Toronto, Feb. 7.-The investigation of the affairs of the British Cattle Supply company continued at Osgoode Hall before. Master-in-Ordinary Alcorn today, .lohn II. Fussel, one of the di- from Spalding in a thirteen-end tussle.  recU*rs eiect�d at Hie inauguration Kitchener won also. Leech won from Wales, Marrs won from McNabb and Hamilton won from Nicholson. The Colts competition will be started tonight. There are five rinks in the play with the following players: Ouilbault, Oxkuul, Miller, Harry Smith, skip. H. G. Clark, Wilcox, Murray and Dr. GibsOn, skip. U. Livingston, Theobald, Cameron, and W. L. .McKenzie, skip. .hid. Virtue, J.^Taylor, A. V. Gibbons anif H. A. Smith, skip. Jas. Livingstone, Cummings, Ains-worth and J. C. Hendry, skip. The weather having turned colder brought joy to the curlers and everything looks good, for the bonspiel starting Monday. Kvery effort will be made to wind up the Wright Shield games by Saturday. The following games will be played (tonight; Leech vs Carberry, Nelson vs (Aird, Kirkkam vs Davidson, MuKenzie ors to the American troops. Major H. 13. MeDougall, Captain H. L. H. Ooodny, Captain A. H. Cabim, Captain A. B. Campbell, M.C., Captain W. E. Hunt, Captain W .K. Mclntyre, Captain W. C. McDonnell, M.C., Lieut. H. Aird, Lieut. .1. L. Austin. Lieut. W. J. Brothers. Lieut. H. C. C. Beaumont, M.C.. Lt. W. C. Bryan. Lt. V. C. DoavI-ing, Lt. M. K. Duval, Lt. II. T. .Munch-ius. Lt. A. A. McQueen,'M.C., Lr, J. A. Mackenzie, U. W. O. MorrK Lt. F. G. Stuart, Lieut. t3. G. Sandell, L.ieut. H. Salishurg. Lieut. W. K. Shier, Lieut. P. H. Whitney. Lieut. W. T \. right and Lieut. ^V. L. Warrell Loudon, Feb. S.-At a Buckingham Palace investiture the King bestowed the undermentionetl decorations on Canadians in addition to those already cabled: Military -Cross-Majors W. Kippen.. E. Schmidlin, Engineers; L. Learce, ^lachine Guns; Claude Pote. Captains J. Cartwright, H. Smith, F. Caldwell. A. E. Cdoe D'Arcy, Railway Services; A. Da\vs, Field Artillery; J.^MacNeill, C.A.M.C.; J. Stephen, Railway Services; H. Strachan, Fort Garry Horse; Lieutenants J Galbraith, J. Gillespie. 9. Ross, R. Sellars, J. Acheson, T. Allan, W. Bate, Engineers; H. Deane, A. Leslie. Artillery; D. McCaskill, G. Mcknight. C. Medley, Railways; M. OTIalioran, Artillery, A. Pollard, N. Sharpe, R. Williams, Railways. (All infantry unless otherwise specified). s meeting, testified that on the strength of the prospectus he invested- $2,S00 and signed his name to the prospectus of the company on the advice of the solicitor. He was the only director on the board that paid any actual cash for stock. R. 11. McElroy. M.L.A., said that he held four offices in three companies, all of which have been mentioned in the proceedings. Involves Britton Cook Regarding the prospectus, he said j that he thought that Britton Cook,; Toronto newspaperman, had a good deal to do with it. CALLS FOR HELP An Atlantic Port, Feb. 7.-Calls for help from a steamer in distress off tho Newfoundland coast were picked up by another ship today, and relayed to' government stations. The nature of the vessel's trouble was not revealed by the authorities. Edmonton, Alta., Feb. G.-Tho annual synod of the Edmonton Anglican diocese, held here today, voted to amend the canon and mako women eligible to election as members of the parish vestries, provided, however, that not more than one-third of the total membership of a vestry shull be composed of women. The synod also voted to appeal to the provincial minister of education for legislation which shall provide for religious instruction in the public schools. The new canon providing for the establishment ot an annuity fund for superannuated clerymen- in the diocese is under discussion, and, it is believed, will be adopted. The age limit was fixed at 65 years and the amount of annuity at, $400 per year. v ? ? > > > > ? >