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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGE SIX HiE UTTHBRIDGE DAltY IIERAU4 MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1919 V-BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus MS WOrtSTi.SMITH INM.VTTLE WHILE BUT I DON'T VWT THPM TO ite-TOO The Sport Page Big Controversy ih Chicago Over Change in Managers Charles A. Comlttey of tte White' Sox, broke his Ions alienee here last wcei and. gave the biMballlans ot Chlrastfa ulj surprise vhen he announced the nppointnient ot William (Kid) Gleason as his 1919 nanager. Commy's prolonged .silence bac been7 translated to' mean Rowland wonld reioam, and the -passing of the 'manater-nbo led the Soi to first pnmant slice waa n jolt.-Jt Tras> shock to Rowland's per- sonal friends, who came to bat. strong for 'tie .deposed leader" and President Goaiskey has. been more sharply" critl- 'ciied'tor action than for anything in' nearly 18 years fhat he his been crty as a clnb owner The fans and ectibee don t blame" Comisiey for appointing Gleason, but tkey do for defemng his appointment ta such a late day Glea aon ia popular wilt a majority of the IMS and will welcomed In (Hiicaso, aa mcch a> the departure of Rowland wfll deplorftd f t It may be uid that Rowland was to so ior tie reuon that he kid tke limit of four wttu Tie Old Roman u ot a Jroymg aad a chance scenery Fielder Joaea was wMJi team four seuoas and Rowland Tued the record and wai marked to go delphia kept him away. The real rea- son, hovrevsr, was declared to he a quarrel with President Comiskey about a bonus.' Tho Kid had declared he would never come hack, but soon the last world's, series Is said to have beea approached emissary of the Sox owner relative to. an appoint- ment to the managership ot Conimy's team. This will be the Initial trial ot Olea- as a leader ot a ball clnb but he teems to possess the qualities that a manager needs and should make good. The Kid is ah old-timer, one of pic- turesque characters ot ythe matloaal game, and his ascension to power as leader will bring back, .into .the game a man ill afford to lose.. The a. personal friend of the Ihicaxo scribes and hisr appointment was the only ]natificatiorn man) here can see, for Uie surprising switch and injUntly craTe- iHe wants to be on the mo'.e and stays ta Chicago only a leiv weeks on a %tretea when hfe goes to the woods or other place He >onld change iis traininc camp every year it he tcovld find one that suited him better '-Cthan Mineral Wells irliicb he xhreaieiu to ditoh eTery season Suppowtd To Be In Bad _jWhat crosaed all the here Gleason, and the writer must confess to being one ot thoee crossed, the feeling that Qleuon was 'In witn so he was practic trom discussion aa jponibte successor tc Howland He iwssn t even figured in the rnnulng is why his appointment caused snca a furore It was probabl) one of Win Three in Row From Local Ten Pin Truridlers on Saturday Somewhere up around Barons" BiU Hoore has a volt .in sheep's clothing, and everytime the Letnbrldtie ten pin topplers go np there to Jangle'with the Wheat Barons he turns it loose and it gets'their goat and it's all over bnt the slioutlng., At least that's the only solution for life consistent troanc- lags being handed the locals every time they, clash with, the Millionaires It was the same old story .last Satur- day tfght_. The rolling on the Barons side of thefrai wasn t am thing to write home atront biiOt was 205 pint than e locals coald aegregafe Tommy Itoprwsion lhat RowUnd bad. .the Net- Tore. Glan cGrtw No one here Row lan'i rniXHUlble for t'ne breiking up of Uie i last season C'ar ence vramt responBlble for the world, war and the leaping lo the service and sttpvjrdt of nil leading ball An Understudy GiewcT, via 'with Jimmy Callahan for several years and passed a period iff training aa.assistant manager lie was with the team as coach and assistant when it wonYthe' chainpionship While passed 12 years or so as leader In the minors and two seasons' In the majors before winnlnj; his, highest fame in baseball, Gleason has yet to win bu shoulder straps Tn tbe officers school a manager of a baseball club One leaves thejcontrol of a strong, temperamental'team of stars. The other 'ascenda'-to the management ot the same bunch, and he has no sine- cnre: The Kid was noted as a stickler (From OUP Giro CorrssDonfltnt ilAGRATH, Jan, of largest crowds ever as sera Wed in Ma- grath and st e c audience the proposition of the lown over the assessment and collection of scbool tar. J. (M. Crane or Crano fc Casaid.vr'Co., was present to discuss the proposition ofihe to wn buying an electric plant. Heferreit to the dlftt- culty ol running tlielr accounts from Calgary. An itemized statement of coat of plant WJJR presented and show- ed "s total of He offered plant to town [or This include all fixtures and meters but not power bouse, which belongs to tbe Ellison MlKmg Co. See-Treas. URS Instructed to write to the Utilities CorauiisaioQ in connection with this. Tho finance CQJG- mittee brought fortb recommendaftons tiaui Lmjau eniiiuaiisuc j .r waslthat met 0.1 Friday business, also outhne! to do bonor to our "returned boys." Every seat in the hall was talc- en long before tbe hour appointed for commencing1, and -standing ybom was hardly available. all was decor- ated with flags' and bunting and a large banner bearing the words, "Welcome On the platform with the chairman and reception committee ivero Mayor Ririe, Ex-Major Bennioa, President Bradshaw o! tbe Red Cross, aud Chaplain J. Gibb and the hon- ored men: .Captain. Taylor, Lieutenant Swift, Sgt. Laaaway and Pte. HudHOn. all of whom been in active SZT- vice. Then the boys who were in .train- jtig in Canada, some in Toronto, others at Caleary; Cadets Beh He4d, Clyde Spencer, Robt; Hodges. submitted for auditor's "vork and the io be used returned soldiers.- License anrt .police committee submitted and recommendations. regarding employ meni of Marshal for 1919. Matter discussed at length, after which all motions were withdrawn and matters left over until a special meet- ing to be held SaturUay at 10 and Merrill i and Privates J. T. Geo. WopUey, Guy Stoddard, and Wra. Norton 'and. Rodney Taylor ifho have been in training with .th'e S. These men all in anil straight Next Saturday night v-iding Lethbndge wllh a five and a ten plii teain.and'Lethbrldije is took their places on the platform'- amid great singing the order of tbe evening And the ont to retrieve its Jive pin match starts at seven o clock sharp and will followed byline .tec-pin tangle. .Saturday oigM's scores: Barons people entered M opening song was For the 'm the Grand Old Flag Sold e KInj, and Never Let the'.Old Flag tali were the other 'From Our liwr LEAVITT. Jan. The annual giving of to Soldiers' Reception meeting of the Leavltt S. D. No. 465 was beld yesterday, Sorecsoa, the retiring Seo.-Treas., was elected by acclamation 'for another .term. This is a fine tribute to his past services. He has been very faithful member of the Leavitt School Board and has labored hard tor the good Anoliier interesting letter, has been received by tie He-raid from Pte. J. B. Millar, who is with Uie 43nl Batta- lion on service The letter-follow If it ia not imposing oa the space ot "your I be ex- H.'Jfoore Stark "Maclean Needs Frey Schweitzer Bvans 'the reasons lor Commy's long deiay in for discipline but has the good -will of. alnng the appointment that he want all the players and he to (eel out the scribes and imooth should make a successful manager hings over I Gleaton and Rowland have several The appointment o! Oleason wortel 1 points ofthe top to come down when the- Kid was there waiting -1th the ball Like f the man he succeeds, Gletson fs a born fighter, postessei a tender heart and Is en exponent of right lltlng and a woider for promoting .-wholesome training conditions. Oteason will attend the Joint confab .157 .121 1 y .157 160 all Glory-ot cased for offering_a little in Ihe sin rB 0( tbe I hope 1hat Tonr wide Cir culatlon and the publication' of this article it may interest the average addre 9 ot reader and incidentally Ihe general first Mho the. Stem ot business board {or upply uuaui- was matter of the water for the Echoo) house. It. was raously'declded by'lhe ratepayers pres- ent and by. tie school board to hare a well drilled oil the school groumJ. Mr, (From Our Oira MACLEOD. Jan. Ing ot Ihe farmers from the nu- uiclpality ot Bright greeted chair- man ?i the hall iMUrauce lu: Ihe town ban an Saturday altenoon.: K. Malcolm tave a-very ialereel-' Ir.s aMreM on tke'.htalory ot mjuel- clnal hail In AlberU aance Its eiplained, the new lea-- ing that oely ii eeeied Is lo be paid, tamer decides that ho hall Insurance forany year, he noli- fy the secretary la or be- fore the 15th of Jam Ia tint year, of bev may any part of fcto crop covered with! Insurance a drink [south churches during Sunday, awl Get! Good Wfll in the Methodist church in Mr.- Jolni- iil-Redford ;has' succeeded! 'he evening, In the Interest -of Mount in getting an excellent well drilled oil nojal College, Calgary He told ot iiis farm in Leavitt Mr Oeorge Matlli i the educationnl advantages the col ews did the work and is proud another such a well lo his al cad) nu merous'vrells drilled in" the. Leavitt district. This last well is drilled 90 ft. deep and the supply comes from a bed of sandstone 1C thick in the bottom Vr engaged "Wr Matthews, to drill a svell on his farm j in Leavitt I The enldemlc.of.'influenza-BECBJS to completed vanished In Leavitt} lege potsesaed and the Prong eUft or professors, in charcn, ot the various Two at London, Ont, were sentenct ,f ii two vears eacti m? dcr tbVMIliUfy Service Act igO ]ci__414 Mounted tunes ooasis 01 inai com 1S4 III Pan> franlng more decorations than soldiers -who witnessed tie same 157 4 other Canadian unit Proud to of daj lof IS 511 have men who belonged to that whtn all restraint of convention we e J.U 4UU ,__ "w_. l.t_4iV.. ._ w 771, S26 Lethbrirfge 120 441 139 162 43S .110 110 122 244 ,177 133 had riot iboSt the liiere He left oif V4J 20tli, 191o anil arrived In Eigland June 0 (various cruelties on them when ne came 1 escorted a Belgian DEATHS AT P1NCHER CREEK (Froro Uie With deSfi regref report the death ot lier Henry Mohr, wKicli occurred- at -the Armory, hospital on Sunday morning "at 2 o'clock. The deceased liad recovered from his attack of Influenza sufficiently to return to his house couth ot (own_ but a relapse of'tlic drtad disease caused Ms. return to. the hospital and his demise Roy. Jlohr has been: pastor ot tho since October, during which- time he became much to hii ind made A, n. Philip AUTO TIRES Or ALL SIZE! VULCANIZED By the Famous HarwoM Sjitcn RE-TREADING REPAIRINQ _By experienced Trork guaranteed. Special ment for Rim Cut R. D. RITCHIE 208 !3th St. S Off Mill. frleutls. Two of his brothers, Mr. >Iunoare, and _ _ of Stonej Plains came to l aid hut uriablo to save their young .brother's ;life. The remains were shipped on Tuesday evenlng-to, Stoney Plains for burlil The death of1 Mrs Margaiel Hen derson, years, who lias been suffering from a- lingering .disease, We Dont Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator 418 fiftk Streets. stations Ihe reason being obvious Tney all had their German paswbrt hoiie ofearaf for the uprmnn observers. He wished to thank the Red iwllce would even tap iht'.wrfili'ot Ihe Croft for what they had done fpr him ibouats for any hidden article. Ills and the soldiers in general. Tie told .of receiving a Red Cross parcel when In the front line.lrencnes and conditions not the besl, Hut what jo? and comfort main shortages Ills last >Ar and copper, for every D Wcycleho rtrlpped off rubber, elc. We are gradually rnOTfegj.ip a !A Rhine, a.fcarce! Irora Ihe Red-Cross the various divisions .Hf'.wai proud of the record Magralh i around thin district miy be' used for had made and proud to belong lo a month i (o eoine, of otcn. lown of such noble workers, Ipatlon. To alltylate the monotony We Ury much regret the fact Ihal ,nd assist Ihe future welfare of any Gapt Beeoian was imatle to be soldier who decree H, the powers that enL He la another mai of whom hasc a cf edu ire proud, hut no doubt arrangements caiions! lessons sad on lech- wfirbe made in the near.fut.ufe and he will occupy an evVnln'c In relating ex- perlehces. All people enjoyed In a .dance and refreshment were and all pretext pronounce It the best et'er. Ceuncll The regular meeting of the town council was held on Wednesday even- Irif, Jan IB, 1919 Mayer Ririe and all members of were, present Jentea a ad Turner of Mhoo) were Mrs rtcrjticrnon bas been a known flgare In-pincher Creek for many yearK host of friends wlio losi' iral was held yeslerday_at- the; Pincher-Creek ceme- The In ternoon _ ____ .._ a Htst gatherMg liclng presefit tbelr hst respects io (fie de purled lady Hei J N Wilkinson conducted .theliant gart r.tes. The funeral was hold under the aus- pices of tho Old Timers Association J K Barter was elected Major bj Ihe Alderman of Ouclpb under the new plan of cliy government x SERVICE STATION Attention; Motorists Your battery Beeia very on- tul attcnlldo coM weather CJ Ow Scrrke Deinrtmrt and we will Mud for jtm lat- tery am) lame dorlirx winter, At at our Batiiry commercial and lines, which will highly apprcclit- ed the rMt majority ot the aoldlefi and Item on their retuu lo cirnian life again As we move tOmorroW'momrcg farther north, 1 you'll hnrrleil note We Joteph B Ceo. Sir Sim Hughes Ihe Fed- eral Government should bear Just Arrived Chevrolet Worm Drive One Ton Truck BAALIM MOTOR Co. OF UNION MNK THROW YOU R" OLD AND tUKt IN OUR HIP CROW ;