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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1018 THE LETHBRIDOe DAILY HERALD PAGETHRK^ >* 'JJ, HI "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McrManiis I UNOEI^�>TANO VOU AOVERTl^eO for AtMAN TO HAUL COAL. AND ATTEtSO T9 THE FUS4NACE - AND THE nOOR'b ARE from rOU THE APPLICANT? oh: no-m\ nerv^c, are ALU Run down' >' .11 - WELL - V/HAT Can \ oo FOR I JUt)T WAINTED TO IM /^i ..rv_ ...____ .�.'.1 . .1 F LOCALS GUESIG Have No Idea How .Good the Montanans Are-They Will ; Play Raymond A great mystery enthroudi the batketball game on this Thursday between Shelby, Montana, and the local quintet. Neither team: hai the- slightest Idea ;of what they -are stacl Rangers 2; Hearts 0. Ayr United 2,.St. Mirren 1. ' Third Lanark 2, Hamilton Academi- C^li8 1.. V ^ Morton 2, Kilmarnock 2. MATHEWSON NEEDS SHORTSTOpf I'SteSv^^^^^ Will Probably Use Itussell Blackburn, ' poiight From Toronto ., , . Cinolnnatl,,^ Christy ; Mathowsoi/, manager of th6 Cincinnati Nationals, is figuring on,'using Russell Blackburn, purcliased.troni the Toronto club of the International league, at shortstop next Sjeason; .' . - / Tho enlistment' of Kopf and Rath loft 'a hole on'>the' left side, of the'. infield and Blackburjt, who formerly plaved ^itb' the Chicago Americans,' wkf�the:%bs^^tivatlable. player. His career ln|the"*nlalor leagues was unfortunate.^ Injuries.crippled him several times,-He playe'd a bdlliant ganie, however, for Toronto last season. ' }====   *  ?        GRIFFIS IN GAM� AGAI^ Vancouver, .Tan, 14.-Si 6rlf-flB, veteran of the Pacific Coast Hockey Ledgi(e, who announced his retirement from  the, game at the' opening *of the present season; will'play point defence, hla old po'bition, with Vancouver . toAight �� in Mie game here with. Portland. Griff is expects to stay in'the game for the balance of the sdaaon. McLelland, who bos been playing in his place,' will alternate *Uli Moy-nea on the wings. FORA. B. C. lEI Three Cities Campaign > for Premier Bowling Event  In 1919 $30,000 IN PRIZE MONEY ; : ? * ? * * � CURLING TONIGHT There will ba two regular games tonlkht at eight o'clock in the Ellison, as follows: R. R. Davidson vs W, L. Mc-Kenzle. K. D. Johnston vs Jas. Alrd. Two sheets will be available for ^cratch games, DOOIN REGRftSBATTERY SALE v' .... . , Former Manager of Phillies Praises Alexander and Kllllfer ; Charles Dooln, once manager of the Phillies and-a mari who did much tol develop mij -bring out Alexander's great skill as a pitcher, calls his sale by William F." Baker to the Chicago Cubs little short of German ruthless-ness. He is quoted as saying: "I was thunderstruck when I redd the news. Money can never risplace wonders like' .Alexander and Klllifer. Alexander was the greatest pitcher in the history of the.iamo, and it is a matter of much personal pride to me that I was responsible for hla development. ,' "Selling Alexander, to myniind, Is aomethlng like tho; practice of the Germans in demolishing a cathedral or destroying priceless works of ort." All of which goes to show that there are, after all, some men in baseball who. hofld sentlmeht above price-but come to think of it, bboln Is.Juat now out of baseball." ' Cincinnati, Jan. 15.-This year's fight for the honor of entertaining tlie American bowling congress and staging tho International bowling tournament in 1918 promises to be, the hottest battle In the history of tho organization. Already the representatives of the bowling associations of Detroit, Toledo and St, Louis have shied their casters into the ring by seeking headquarters at tlie Hotel Sinton, the official rendezvous for this year's meethig In Cincinnati, and It is promised that there will be other candidates in the field during the next few days, exhorting delegates to the ..Cincinnati tournament to"^ refrain trim making u{)itheir minds until the full quapMty and quality of tlie "milk andhoney" to be found in their respective cities is revealed'to them. Clnoinn'ati IVIakes Plans Meanwhile Cincinnati ia' making arrangements to give. visiting, .bpwl-era a welcome and a series df entertainments tliat will' completely ovei^shadow anything ever offered the pin knlglit? Of America anywhere. Under the able direction of August Herrmahn, chairman of - the? national baseball . commission, and former president of the American bowling congress,, the local committee has already made; remarkable progress in laying out the entertainment pro-gi-am, as.well.as making preparations for the proper and perfect conduct (ft the tournament on the 16 standard .alleys which are being constructed the spacious* Ohio national guard armory. i Entries Close February 1 The complete' program for' the tournament and for the convention, including the distribution of $'30,000 In prize money, will be announced within the nextVt.wo weeics. Entries for the various events close on February 1. Tho .date ot the closing of entries for:/ tli6 women's national bowling tournament, which will follow immediately after the A. B. C. meeting, and on the same alleys, has �not yet been announced. ' T. READY TO DEAL TO START AT FERNIE Three Rinl^s, From Lethbridge in Contests-Thirteen Outside Rinlis Entered In Case Present Convention Fails Says London Times N-.-. London, Jan. 14. - In anticipation that the present week must see the final phase of the discussions of-the | Irish convention, the Times discusses the prospects with evident anxiety over Uie result. , "Everybody," it says, "is still entitled" to hope that the last days ot the j convention will yet produce unanimity hut;, it would be sheer folly to Ignore tho Hak of a different result or to minimize the disastrous issue which ; would follow failure. For this reason' (Special to the Herald) �\ Fertile, ^an. 14.-Thirteen outside rinks'arrived in Fernie today, which i empliasize that the plain duty ot with thirteen homo rinks, makes a the government is to be prepared for most creditable Start for the prUe's to-either event. bo won during the week. From Letli-bridge come three rinks, headed by Skips D.: MoNab, Stanley Klrkham and D. Duff. Cranbrpok sends four rinks, skipped by Cameron,, Hogarthl Ward and Henderson. Macleod hu two rinks;,Arthur Young and O. Stewart. Patterwin from.Taber, has a rink, and Law, of Carmangay, has come up to maintain Carmangay's reputation. The lce-ia:flne, all, the visitors are of the first water, and the homo boys will have a battle royal to come out victors over such a fine crowd of players. There are no recorda to report at thi^. writing, a^ the contests have not been narrowed to the sixteens yet, but all .five sheets of ice are covered all the time and tomorrow will be an Interesting day for tho rollicking sportsmen on the Ice. ' ^ TIGERS IN NEED OF PITCHERS CANADA IS BREEDinQ BUFFALO An advisory board on wild life protection has recently been appointed by the Canadian government, and special efforts will he made to preserve the fur-bearing animals and big game that constitute the chief natural resources of the northVest territories. In this Cjonneotion it"is interesting to learn that more than 51,000 head of bisons are now under government protection in Canada, 'These' include about 2,400 in the herd, originally of L,750 head, purchased, in the United [Statues in 1907 and kept in the Buffalo park at Walnwrlght, Alberta, and a wild herd of aboub^SOO in the Peace River region, southwest of Gr^at Slave lake. � :. � . ' _1 � > ^ . The Canadian government is,carry-^ ing on experiments in'crossing .bison with domestic cattle. RBQINA PERMANENT HO^E ^ OF �A8KATCHEWAN SPIEL V Regina, Sask,, J�n, 14.-r-ltegina was decided upon as the perinfinent homo of thp provincial association today. Six districts are to be formed in the EriC; Erickson, Counted On by - ,,.nings, May Join Army Detroit, - "I hear Jen- them, calling me,", writes big Eric -Erickson, the Tigers' pitcher �who tolled for Stin Francisco last year, and now Frank Navin is awaiting word most any day that this much-needed pitcher has enlisted in Ihe army, . Manager JenningS' faces his same old troubles next spring. He needs ca-pable.pltchers, men who can take their tiirn on the rubber with a fair chance InfWinning, The Tigers provide all the hitting necessBry, but the pitchers have fallen down :^oefully in the past, s ' � � � , .'   HOW PLAYERS LikE PLAN  be held. province where district bonsplels will ^   ' Various opinions might have \ WE TAKE IN SECX>ND-HAND CAR THING WE PO WITH ix IS ^END.^IT. \\H SHOP, WHERE IT 1^ THOROUOHr ' D FOR BREAKS AND Wli^R, THE TAKEN DOWN AND CLEANED. AND AMAGED PARTS pEPLACED. NOT IN PEttFEC-n nUNflINO ORPKB IS IT iR SALE. THAT'S WHY OUR EdOND 18 ARE SUCH GOOD BUYS. irVOU ARE BETTER CAR FOR LfSS MONEYrWOOK plan of dividing the world ser; "� ies moneyn Here - are ' some ^ which were probably delivered ,^ with more or less emphasiB:'' 4> This is a shame!: It is like )4> I robbing me ot $1000 next fall, Eidward T. Collins, . I am in favor of anythfng that. gives tho ballpUyer money,-; II I'm the'; ballplayer.-r-Benny Kauft, . , I'm Buro .f|ore, 1 had counted on a winner's share next-year..; -Davy Robertaon, . . \ Oarry ,Herrnfiann has l^een trying to get � slice ot that world series - money" for years. ^tHe's put it over at last.-John  v J. MoGraw.  ' Help! I've been robbed.--  "Happy" Felsh. / Toobadl This -meana;.^!'!!'^ � make very little more In Olil-,.C8KQ than I:.would have it i iiad . eitayed iirPIMiadelphia^TrsQrover 4> Chicago Nationala. Play, ort Spring training trip Chicago, Jan. '15,-Fifteen exhibition games will be played by the Chicago/National league club on its spring training trip.^ In Oalltornia, it was announced tonight. The players will leave here on March 12 for. Pasadena.- Manager Mitchell plans to take about 25 players on the trip. ' POLYGAMY-BY HUN ORDER According to despatcbeB from Rome, reportB reaching the Vatican declare that polygamy la encouraged openly by the military autborittea of Germany, . ' " '  The Catholic clerRjr. recently came, Into possession of seveiral copies ot pamphlets which, haive been distributed widely amdiic the troops at tJ�e, front.. The bbokletTare. entitled,  Quebec, Jan, 14,-Wfiether the Franr coeur motion before the assembly is in order, according to parliamentary rules, is a question that la being con' ,Bldered by a hiimber of leading, mem bers of the house. When the motion la reached, should it be reached, this question may be submitted for' the consideration of-the speaker; It Is pointed out that the motion does hot ask the house to Vote on a definite proposition but merely to express an ppinion in the evehtjof the otber.prov incea being ot the .opinion that Que bee is a drawback tp confederation. It is pointed out thatno particular provinces are Bpaoifled, nor does the mo-tibn ask that the-opinion's of such other provinces sha^l bp- aeciired, nor oven ihake any.-suggestion to the Qiie-bep government-to secur^ the,;, opin-Ions o^'the other provinces,^.. NAPOLEON IN EGYPT When the great French Soldier was in Egypt, he did not realize the wonderhil size of the pyramids, until he pitched hit camp alongside. u He CouU Then Judge By Compariaotu The'smoker does not fully realize what VALUE in cigars is, until he tries "DAVIS'NOBLEMEN" He Can Then Judge By ComparUqn^ and the difference between "NOBLEMEN" and Other 2-f6r'a N Git m ACT Ottawa, Jan, ,14,-Hon,.w. J. Roche, chairman of the civil service commla-. slon, when asked as to the report that the commission had recommended^ to ^ the government the placing of the.ont-Bldo service under the'Jijrlsdiction of the civil service act intimated that no > formal report in regard to the latter is In course,of pteparatlon. The cooir mission,.he said, at the request of thf government and following a con(�r>,' once betweqn the commisaloners und the deputy i^heads' of the, departmentv had submitted-a memoraridum�;to ; the , government containing all available/ information relating to the matter buts" no further I'eport making deflnlt&'iraf^. commendations Is contemplated St' h present, ' i,' ^JfLater^r Marriage; the only means (or vthe ,tonriati � .c9ndUioitB i>rou8ht abouit by the war. cent \bAmeri�aiiterrltorlarw^^^ ^ ^^il. > .....LSI, ' ., ' ,>......., ;1........ yS^H. The Lftw Compels You Tb Put'Noii-glare Lenses on'/ Your Automobile It Coitf ym no more to boy the best USE / vUngsDistaiiceLenti ( 74 PER^^ENt: MORE Vm,:^^^^i WK QUARA(4Tkl SATISPACTIOli OR RITURNWoURMtOMBV.' BAACIM MQTQt RACK OF UNIOI�Af/y> HARRV^^HOi: f I 'I mm 'a ?86213 ;