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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1918 THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD .PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMatius iMYDRA CHIPK Ifl BE UniE n UL That the world's. champion White wW depend on whether Reb Russell Sox will go through next season prac- wUI stage a come-ftack. It the big tically intact I was Inferred from the left-hander should be'',able to Iron out rcpon made to congress by Geijoral his pitching arm during the winter Crowder, provost marshal general. General Crowder reported that the^ policy had been formulated to ex' ompt all married men,or others with dependents In the cdmlng military  draft. If ^the order should be applied to the Sox the champions would stahd to lose only two of their regular pjay-ers, not. counting the recruits. The Cubs, however, are likely to be hard hit, as out of 41"^men 15 are unmarried. The majority of the veterans will come under the marripd classification,/so the blow la softened con-ulderaWy./ .., . '�''^TwbSdV Eligible Among the Sox players Who were on the payroll last year only First Baseman Jourdan and Urban. Faber are eligible for the draft. All^the rest have fariTlIies. Grover Cleveland Al'exancfcr heads the list of unmarried players on the fiiih iteam. Grover, however, claimed oxeniption in the first draft, as he had a mqther to support. Here are the Cub players who are eligible to the draft: Pitchers-Alexander, Albrldgq/ Carter,, WoaVer, Bailey and Boehllng. Cnlchers-Elliott, Daly an.a O'Far-rell. Inflelders-Hollocher, Kildutt, Pech--~ ous and Lear. Outfieliftrs-Baker and McCabe. Should nil the above be/found in the net Alanager Jlitchcll''8tlll 1ms th6 nucleus tor a strong team lel^t In Pitchers Vaughn, Hendrix and BouKlass; Catchers IClllltev and Wilson; Inflelders' Doyle, Merklo, Deal, Zelder, Wort-�man ^nd Leslie and Outfielders Plack, ' Mftnii, Woltor and Paskert. Among the recruits Pitcher Walker might till in. , Exemption* Are Sure Several of Ae,players listed as ell-glbio' as far as^age l4 concerneawould uodoiibtedly' lie .exempted' on the ground, of dependents, and It is almost a-certainty thai enough would be left toiinak^ up the limit of 22 men-all a team may carry; diiriaii the season.  That iOip White Sox ^wHl be better off than most any team in the Amerl-' can league Is certain. There is not a single team in the league with such a " Ijirge percentage of married men. Bedsides, throe of Rowland's champions ; are; paat the military' age-John Col Una, Clcotta and Benz. Catcher Jen kins, Pitcher, Scott and Payne and Kaiser, recruits, are already in the - army. Naturally, the blggest^ loss td the Sox would be the drafting of.Fabor, who had considerable to do with winning both the rtonnantand the world's \ tlas, A6 long as Gandll Is In harness Jourdan cduld ba spared. i  . - Up^to Ruiaell ' 'The amftlng/of Faber w.ould prac tically put the, Sox out of the pennant race unless Camisltoy could pick up u . couplQ ot pitchers of more than ordl Rowland would have little to fear even If the brick-topped lowan should bo compelled to spend the season hoisting grenades at Friti. How "dependents" will be Inter proted by the government. Is still unknown, but It Is certain that the great majority ot Sox and Cull players would qualify. Not more than three of th^Sox players are known to have a competence which'would provide tor their families It they were called to the colors and two. ot these are above the age limit. None of the others have been able to lay up any groat' store of wealtli, although several have lost--small-sized fortunes through unfortunate Investments. None ct the Cubs are In the millionaire class and a number of those who aro single have dependents, so It is likely that some would be exempted. In comparison with the Giants, picked as the real rivals of the Bruins in the pennant race, Mitchell's team is likely to fare pretty well. McGraw has a numbfer of regulars who are eligible for selection. Cincinnati also is likely to be hard hit In this respect, so there is little to worry about on the North Side. , OF millONS (gpcclal to tlifi Hcrnt.n Fernic, Jan. 16.-The second day of the Bonspiel here has increased the Interest and all the rinks were kept full all day by an animate4 lot of con tenders. The ice still is fine with a slight tendency to softening, owing to the continued rise in temperature. In the Slaclood cup competltlon''YounB, of Fernle, Ste^\art of Macleod, Hogarth, of Cranbrook, and Herchmer of Fernle, reached the slxteens. -In the Magrath competition, James Johnson, ot Fernle, McLaren ot Fernle, Patterson of Taber, A. Young ot,Mac; leod, McNaughton ot Carmangay, R. M. 'Young of Fernie, McDonald ot Fernle, and H. J. Johnson of Fernle, won out In the first competition, as did al so Lawe of Fernie, Beck and Baldry of Ferule, and Henderson, of Taber, and Herchmer of Fernie. In the Trltes-Wood competition, Henderson, Tabdr; Wallace, Fernie; \Yard and Hogarth, Cranbrook;. Mac-nelU, Herchmer, Liphardt, 'Voung Beck and Baldry, of Fernle, and Stew art, Macleod; Kirkham, Lcthbridge; McNab, Lethbridgc; Jas. Henderson Cranbrook; Cameron, Cranbrook; Mc-ponald and Beck, of Fernle. Henderson, "Taber, and Hogarth Cranbrook, have won In the slxteeas in this competition. ' ' In the Walker Cup 'Contest, McLar en, Young, Greenwood, James John son and MacneiU, ot Fernle, have won In the first, and Stewart, M'lcleod; A Young, Macleod; McNfib, Efethbrldge; Ward, Cranbrook, and Jas. Henderson, Cranbrook. After the, six o'clock draws have been played" this evening, a smoker will be given the visitors In ^Victoria Hall. The C. S. E. T. class at the "Y". s Thursday evening will start at 7.30, for the one night only,, owing' to the Shelby-4>" Lethbtldge basketball game. � � . (. The conegesiare In New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. ',. Awards in the Poultry Show Canadian Headquarters in France, Jan. 13.-(By the Canadian ^Overseas Correspondent)-While the llnfe has been more active there has been tio cessation In either entertainment and concerts,for the men, or in the educational woik being carried on at the-{ University of 'Vlmy Ridge. ' After months of trial, In yhich every, phase of aAlvlty contemiiTated In work of the linlverslty has been tested, the institution Is a pronounced success. Itk work h^^ been carried on b()th when the division is in and out of the line. Fourteen lectures have been delivered altogether when, the dt^'islon haji been in action. Special classes in agriculture, bus'iftgs efficiency, applied science and physics have been held nightly, some' In a French public school house, others In a tent in a shell shattered village and in an abandoned brewery. ' During the last ten days three reading robms have been, (gene's, thanks to the generosity and cooperation of the Y. M. C. A. which has lent books and tents of theH" equipment. Applications from un'verslty undergraduates, or other students for courses in advanced reading have been referred to the central committee in London, which represents the Canadian educat-onal institutions, and the courses have been outlined. An ' indication of the active'interest wh'ch the men are taking in the .university is given in the weekly report ot. one'.reading room, which shows an average daily application 6f 96 for books and pamphlets, and the total attendance Is 200. OF AIDING M Montreal, Jan. IS.-r-President Calder r the National Hockey League has ned Lalondo and Denenny |16 tor 'le scrap they pulled off in Saturday's ime between Ottawa and. Canadtens ere. "The offence came under .the ule regarding match fouls. Lalonde -as (li;^ed an additional flO as the ^lief .Offender. Both men are report-r to have grievances against one an- her>8 a result/Ot lacrosse dltfer-ices. . ' I President Calder bas also sent a let-ir to.'all N. H. A. clubs warning them .at fi/jhting among the players dur- g the games must stop. NewVorlC, Jan; 15.-Methods adopted in Australia tor the rehabilitation ot returned soldiers wer^ described by Crawford Vaughn, former premier of south Australlai^in an address at the Harvard clqb: - Each'soldier at the front has been asked whether he de sires to settle on-the land on his re turn from active service. More Hianl tUty per cent bay^ answered this in the affirmative and-tor that reason the governjrnent has decided to test the capabtUties.ot thasoldiers as farmers; before making aUotment. Soldiers' traiiiirig farms have beon established at 'vbldh the men are given courses lasting "frbijn tour to six [.months. HARRV GREB WON BY K.O. unry promiso. Of iourse everything-by the series coming,up. when we take; in a second-hand thr FIMT thin.q WB 00 WITM_,IT IS send IT TO Tfie'RepAW Wop, WHBRi iV i� thorouoh. LY.bxawinbd FOR break*, AND WBA�. THE : - BNail^e '18 taken DOWN AND CtKANKD, and WORM OOlPAMAGUD PARTB replaced. NOT WNTIi: IT ll IN PERFECT,runmnq-ordbr 18 IT OpVerEO FOR BALE. that'S why our second H^NO CARS arb such GOOD ,buv8. IF you ARE wanting better car FOR LBSS' �flONBY. look ..Oims OVER. IT will PAY you. TRYING TO QET LAJ,oie Chicago, Jan. 14-Charles H. Weegh-mann, president of\tl>'e Chicago Na-tlonalaf said tonight he had opened negotiations to sign Larry Lajole, the former American league star, who managed the , Toronto cliib, pennant winners ot, the . Internatlonalleague last year. He w^nts him to play flrsj, base part ot the season, and plana to, use him as a pinch, hitter.- :, ' DUNDEE GETS OECrsiON' New Orleans, La, Jan. 14.-aoKnny Dundee of Philadelphia, was awarded a referee's decision over Pal Moran ot Now Orleans, at the conclusion ot thelH 20-i:bund tight here tonight. The men are lightweights. ' ^ > � �� � > � boxing AT ''Y" Charlerol, Pa., Jan. 15.-With a blow to the stomach after a minute and a haU of fighting, Harry Greb ot Pittsburg , knocked out Battling Kopin of Jamestown, N.Y., in the first round ot their' scheduled 10-round bQut here {o-night; The bout began with the mei. fighting on even terms. Following are the poultry show awards made by the judges Tuesday: . . > Partridge Wyandoiter Cockerel-1, E. N. Harding, Taber. Pullet, 1 and 2, B. ti. Harding. Any Other Variety Wyandotte* Cock-1, P. J. and A. D. Tlmms, Calgary. Hen, 1, �, 3, Tlmms. Ceqk-erel.' 1 and 2, Tlmms.- Pullet, 1 and^^, Tlmms. Aufi Orplngtffm Cock-1, Sol SpaKord, Calgary; 2, A. M Beattle, Wafdo; B,0,; 3, J. B.-j Rlrle, Magratb, Hon, 1 and 2, Bpaf-tord; 3, Percy 'Waterhouse, Lethbridgc. Cockerel, 1 and 2, Spatford; 3 P. H. Ashcroft, Lethbridgc. Pullet, 1, 2,.3, Spatford. Black Orpington Cock- 1 and 2, E. P. Tusoji, Leth> bridge; 3, Mrs. Woods,*-Brandon. Hen, 1, Tuson; 2, Humphries and' Hamilton, Lethbrldge; 3, Mrs. Woods. Cockerel, 1 and 3, R. Jones, Fernle, B.C.; 2, A. M. Beattle, Waldo, B.C. Pullet, 1, 2, 3, E. P. Tuson. Silver Spangled Hamburg* " Cock-1, I. H. Emmerson, Leth' bridge. Hen, 1 and S.'Emmerson. Pullet, 1, Emmerson. Golden Spangled Hamburgs Cock-1, Emmeison. Hen, 1 and 2, Emmerson. Light Brahmas Cock-1, and 3, Horace King, Lethbrldge; 2, N. A. McKellar, Taber. Hen, 1 and 2, King. Pullet, 1, King, ?ark Brahma* H^-1, and 2, N. A. McKellar, Taber. , , White Langshan* Hen-1, 2, 3, A. Graham, Lethbrldge. . Golden Sebright Bantams Cock-1, H. K. Fawcett, Xialgary. Hen, 1, 2, 3, Fawcett. Cockerel, 1, Geo. Prache, Lethbrldge. Pullet, 1- and 3, Frache, ' and 4, Fawcett. Silver Sebright Bantam* \ : � Cock-1, J. E. Wilkinson and Sons, Edmonton; 2 and 3, H. K. Fawcet{> Hen, 1 and 3, Fawcett; 2,\WilklnBon. Cockerel, 1 and 2, Fawdett. Fallot,' 1 and 3, Fawcett. Any Other Variety Fowl Cockerel-1, J. E. Wilkinson, Edmonton. Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds Cock-1, W. A. Moore, ,'Medlclhe Hat; 2, Geo. Jones, Listbbridge; 3, L. H. Hopper, Lethbrldge. .Hen, 1 and 2, Moore; 3, J. B. Rlrle, MagraUi. Cockerel, 1, Moore;.:3,-3. 4, Hopper. Pullet, 1 and 3, Meore; 2, R. B. Hunter'and Sons, Edmonton; 4, Hopper. ' Single Comb R. I. Reds Cock-1, J. L. Olivier; 2, A. Good-fellow, Calgary; 3, J. B. Ririe. Hen, 1, H. V. Grainger, Calgary; 2, R. B. Hunter ajid Sons; 3, J.B. Rlrlo. Cockerel, 1, and 3, P. W. Asp; 2, Grainger; 4, Hopper. Pullet, 1, Olivier; 2, Grainger; 3, Hunter; 4, .Olivier; 5, Goodfel-lovc. Pit Games Cock-I, 2, 3, John Graham, Lethbrldge. Hen, 1,'2, 3, Graham. Cockerel, 1, 2, 3, Graham. Pullet, 1, 2^ 3, Graham, , ' , Buttercups Hen-1 and 2, N. A. McKellar, Taber. Cockerel, 1, MbKellar. Pallet, 1,. McKellar. Silver Camplnes Cock-1, J. Morrison, Crossfleld; 2, J. E. Wilkinson, Edmonton; E. N. Harding, Taber. Hen, 1 and 3, Morrison; 2, Wilkinson; 4, Harding. Silver Campines Pullet-^1 and 2, Morrison; 3, Wilkinson; 4, Harding. ^ Golden Campines Hen-1, Harding. Cockerel, 1 and 2, P. Stevens, Calgary; 3, Hdrding. Pullet, 1,-Harding; 2 and 3, Stevens. Sliver Laced, Wyandottes Cock-1, J. Currle, Medicine Hat. Hen, 1, James Benton, Lethbrldge; 'J, J. Currle. Cockerel, 1,'Benton;.2, Currle. Pullet, 1 and 2, Gurrie; 3, Benton. ' . White Wyandottes Cock-1, N. Northwdod, Calgary; 2, J. N. Wilkinson, PinchertCreek; 3. R. Scott, Lethbrldge. Hon, 1 and 2, Northwood; 3, C. F. Brierly, LeUx-brldge. Cockerel, 1, R. Scott; 2, No; Ji-wood; 3 and 4, F. Senior, Lethbril-^s. Pullet, 1, Scoct; 2, Tom Parker, Win-nlfre'd; 3, C. F. Brierly; 4, Northwood. ' Black Wyandottes- Hen-1 and 3, Petar Smith, Letii-brldge; 2, P J.;and A. D. Tlmms, Calgary. Pullet, 1 and 2, Tlmms. White Orpingtons ^ Cock-1, B. P. Tuson; 2, S. Hlng-8ton, Calgary. Hen, 1, 3, 4, Tuson; 2, Hingston. ' Pyle Gam* Bantam* He'n-1 and 2, Humphries and Hamilton. Cockerel, 1, Humphries and Hamilton. Pullet, X, 2, Humphries and Hamilton. . Any Other Vsri*ty Gam* Bantam* -Cock-1, Ralph Hall, Lethbrldge. Hen, 1, and 2, Geo. Fraqhe, Lethbrldge; 3, R. HolL Pullet, 1 and 2, Geo. Fruciie. >� , ' caddock gets match Bnoti Motor Pkrlors There w'll be a boxing meeting . tonight ^t the " Y." All Des Moines, Iowa, Jap, 14.- Earl Caddock, oC Iowa, no^. in the national army at Camp Dodge, will meet Zbys-zkoin match for t^e world's;'heavy-Veigbt wrestling championBhlp here, February 5, it was announced here today/ Vhrt are interested are urged' sent rate It Is Indicated In Wnshlngton > to attend. ' ' . � ' that the United Skates w|ll - have * , ^ ' \ ; ^nll)lonvm'*n(ln FranceUetore the end  ��,��'.'.of tboTrear.'^ , Buffalo, NvYv, Jan. 15.-Poulr industrial plants employing more than S.OOO aien^closed today because ot-lncl^t coal, it ^ - was announced by' the indus-> trial fuel department ot the chamber of  commerce. One concern, it was salt}, was working on Bhlp'fi-amea tor t,.the' emergency fleet  corporation and the others were enga^iad NOW London, Jan. 15.r-Slr:Bdward Kemp, writing to the: Pall Mall Gazette, says that whatever may be the outcome ot the war in other respects, one thing is plain, viz.: That there will be linlty, and accord between Great Britain, the \J))ited States and Canada. -John Beeiant, an employee of the postal.department,, was sentenced to three years In jail by Magistrate McDonald la the' city; police court this morning. He' pleaded guilty to atealiag registtred-inalL .....Vkmn'm '�iiiiiiirs' wholly or in part on Koyern-.,