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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBR1WSK HRRAf-R JANUARY 1920 y; "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I I m IDOJfT I RROTMFP. I IJU6TCOT "R. A. FIVE CX5UUAR I UEFT its THE KITCHEN Don'I torset to ECO (he game be- tween Hie ably filled by these never lo he for- gtiUen pinch men. Ktrang and Slc- Cotmtck, Old-timers us well as pres- ent day fans recall tho tnighly swats delivered by these- two relief men whenever they were summoned to break itp a game. Strung was with tha Giants he appeared to be a dalsical sort of person, but vvhen he was-sent up there in the pinches, my. how that good looking youngster could apply tlio old Louisville- slugger. It was-the same with the lumbering Larry. The latter was never vers- ions .'on speed, but ho could.cutf the old pill around. Those .wcru liaupy days for the Giants' manager. Now he has designs In the direction of and it looks as if the Bmil- ing coal miner is duo for the emer- work. Of course this docs less record by easily defeating Saska- mea" lhat as an toon Crescents here tonight by- player. On the contrary the score ot 9 io 2 aggresive little Coll, will bo used as Victoria r2, Seattle 1 necessary. VICTORIA -DC, Jan 3--VictoriaI AS regards. pinch Viiliers old lime defeated to 1, in Jhe can recall Jack Stivetts; oC a womau brought inlo tho police court at Kdmouton a short time ago. She was a mature woman but had the :nini! of u child. She was tho mother of nlKO children, tho speaker said, but had never been married. There are mountains, of work facing the Alberta Social Service council, Mr. Woolf said, and in his concluding appeal made a plea for. tho cooperation every mail anil woman in Raymond. The llaymond local ot tho U.fA. is a very live body and is planning a progressive iifograul 'for 1920. Tues- day night neit Mr. Jcllff, of Haley, a prominent w6rker and an ablo platTonn epeakor, deliver an ad- dress In Ihc socond ward assembly hall. He will discuss some of the big problems confronting the agricultural interests ot Canada. Tha local here was recciitly reorganized, with Ihc following corps of 6'f icers: Presi- dent Myron. 11: Holmes, --vicc-pres, Walter Xohello; secretary-treasurer, A. D. directors, T. 0. King, Arthur Dahi, Jas. Jolul Meldrurii. On Aim) LIVERY Special Service on'. Country Phones 787.....Residence 1218 tic Coast Leafeue hockey race and forged to the front of the league. Falcons 5, Brandon 3 BRANDON, Man., Jan. who pitched for the Boston "Nationals, in-the days of the great Tenny, Ixing and Collins combination. Stivelts was a sweet hitter and when he was before a crowd of nearly four fhou- "ft Pitching, ho would, bo called upon sand fans Faicons defealed Bran.lo lake up an outfield-position. Jack New Contracts Are Necessary in doll bv a Ecore of lo 3 thereby tie- was a DUrly aU'lele and could work 90 Per Cent of Big League Cases ji.ig Selkirk for the-lewl oi the .Mani- toba Hockey League. RECEIVED BY POPE JIOME, Jan. von Burge.i. the new Prussian minister to the Holy See, was received in private audience by Pope Dencdlct yesterday. Hold-outs In baseball are already appearing, and indications are luey will be 'common long before spring training trips start. For the firs'. time sinco the Federal League' was flashlnp its bank roll the major leag'ne player Is able to sit back con- lentedly and speculate on just how big an increase in salary he will be able to land next season. Al least that is tho feeling of many of the leading athletes at Ibis some of whom have said as j The reason is lhat ono year ago ibc I major league magnates uiado a bad TOBACCO SERIES No. II (Continued from'Front Match Billed to Take Place in without slowing up. In those days, as well as novr, pitchers were never" looked upon as good -hitters, but big Jack was au exception to'Lbc rule and he could hit 'em a mile. Many a lime he was called on in the last inning--and seldom, did he to re- spond. A group of fans were discussing tho the other when ono of the number announced in his opinion, Johnson was the speed- iest pitcher of nllr time. One of the group, who could go back a few years, topty to the opinion and ven Calgary on Carthy After Tail tured that Amos Kusto.hiul as much speed, and that his breaking curves were even more deceptive than those of tlie wonderful Washington pitcher. "You fellows never saw such x-; "continued the champion for the old la already in training hero wUh in a large majority of casns players were given contracts for unly' ono year. New Contracts Necessary Consequently today the magnates tv.'o sparring-prirtTiorz anil Is In such condition to enable his to step in- to the ring at a moment's notice. Word comes from Jimmy Polls lhal Tillman Amic's Speedy spped shots with his head, find lhat at least HO per cent, ot their Corking out daily ami will be In 100 DOW FN with raw leaf from plantations arriring at Warehouse. Canada's favorite for pat 60 ytari. TOBACCO Smoking and Chewing L 9. regular players have to be granted now contracts. they know n mistake was made last spring In cur- tailing the schedule, for U was a big year, instead of a tovigh one, prob- ably as big a year as baseball ever had. Also they realize the players [know owners prospered nnd, loo. that the clubs anticipate ;i big season in 1920, for Iho mag- nates have voted to go back tV> the long schedule, as well as to the long training trip and the former custom of carrying as 25 players on Ruth's Demand Example TIio declaration of IJabe Kulli, in which he boldly slated ho would nol return lo the Hostc-n lied Sox for limit per year, Is tlie most pronounced of-llio cases to dale, but Ruth's claim isn't supported by r.iany of the ctlier R'jirs, hecauso the- homo rtm record breaker Is turning down a contract lie already had signed. A ago Hulh was a hold-out and finally came to terms for r: year. He signed .1 three-year roti- Then ho went out and sballer- tho world mark for nnd. because of his great tic- -ea lo faf-l aside bin ncrennvont. i-Yw ot th'j Sox mid Cubs have signed r.onlracU lor next sea- son. Three loaders of [lie north sitlo hr.vo agreed to Kiilefcr and Robertnon, Tlio others lo IKJ signed. Only Few Sox Signed Outside of possibly ,1 tew young- sters It is doubtful if any of the Sot players havo come to terms for nozt year. Kddio Collins' five-year con- tract expired last fall. Hay Schalk 'per cent, condition when he reaches the boxing centre of dian Charlie McCarthy Is getting into wonderful condition for his scrap with Harry Anderson. CharHe had lo give up his training at Banff as tbe road fc speed, jusi ncx nugncj Jen [Conllnued from Front 1'age) work which Charlie particularly Woolf. may be necessary ft) carry craves for was made Impossible election. "If the vole is laken .......under the Dominion elections law." be declared, "the J.ord only knows what the result will bo." cently by the heavy snowfall at the famous mountain resort. CharHe has returned lo this city again nnd is nov-: linger the capable direction of Trainer Jimmy JIcKwen, Harry Anderson is working out daily at Edmonton and fully realizes the Importance of hh next meeting with McCarthy, and la leaving nothing un- done to put himself In the finest pos- sible condition. McCarthy Is exceed- ingly keen lo havo a decisive decision (is he fully intends to challenge Olonio Tall for (lie Canadian r-hamplonshin al 135 pounds. Ho feels that Tail cannot defeat him at this weight and Is holdlng-thc Canadian championship when It really does nol belong to him. the exchange, of ratifications of the Versailles treaty this afternoon is the final-act that restores before- the-war relations between Ger- many-and no' arranrje- ments have' been made by Ger- many, so far' at can be learned here, to resume peace relations with that country. Reports having'been circulated unchallenged for some time to the effect that Kurt von Lersner, head of the German delejatlon, would be designated as first German charge 'd'affaires, it had become an accepted fact. Baron von Lers- ner, told the Associated Press, this >norriinfl. he had 'not been named for the post and was in utter Ignorance .of the Inten- tions of his jo'vernment. He de- nied would, as the head of the peace delegation, leave Its quartert on Avenue Bour- donnais 'for the old embauy, after the signing of the protocol. He is still confined to his room under orders of his physician and will not leive it until the hour ar- rives for him to go to the French foreign office for the final cere- mony in the making cf peace. LEAGUE NATIONS 16TH PARIS, Jan. putting of the league' of nations into being, which.will bo one of the immedi- ate consequences of exchange of ratifications of the treaty of Ver- sailles, will take place in Paris at 10.30 o'clock in the morning of Friday, 'January 16, the su- preme council decided today. Ambassador Wallace cabled this d cision of-tho council lo President Wl son so thai Ihc president might Issu the formal notice of tho meeting o the council of the league to be "nel on tho date named. The first meeting of Ihc comic was called lo order and presided ove by Leon .Bourgeolse, tho rcprcsentn live ot France on the council. H will deliver n .short address. Ka Curzon, the llrittsli secretary, wii will represent Great' IJrllaln .at th meeting, also will speak. Regret Over-U. S. Action LONDON, Jan. over tl United States' abstention from part citation and ratification of the Ve Bailies treaty'Is again, made tlio su jcct uf discussion in (Ills morning newspapers. "America's absence." says Ihe Tel Itercrring to Ihc '.'nsalisfaclory op-igrapli, "clouds alike the prospect eration of liie pre.icnt law, Mr. Woolf I the present- and tho future. It wea FULTON AND MORAN MEET ON JAN. 12 NEWARK, N.J., Jan. Moran of rillsburg, and Fred Ful- ton will meet, lu an olght round bout r at the first regiment armory here Ion January Tho boul will bo Mor- Jan's sixth rt series of "come contests, in which he has knocked oul four of Mis five opponents. said il was a sfinme. Hrewcries and dlslillcrics were working nlghl and I day, the express companies were reap- jlng u harvest, the iJominton govern- ment was gathering In enormous re- venue from excise loxcs (JSO.OOO.ClOO lust nnd with the Jetting down of Ihc bars against inler-provinclal Iradc, thousands of the manhood of Alberta were paying oul vast sums of wealth receiving nothing lu return but a lowered mental, physical and moral standard. Ho told of the spe- cial lldiior Irain o( iJO cars that wail- ed 'In Montreal Xew Year's eve. Promptly at one minute after twelve it led for Ontario and Ihe Wcsl boar- ing its cargo of wet goods. signed a one-year contract a year ana low. If they TORONTO HETAitErtS SAY SUGAR PRICE TOO LOW TORONTO, .Ian. retailers say that 10 cents a pound for sugar fijoil by tho board of commerce. Is loo Eddie Bergcr