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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. 1fll8 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD "BRINGING UP FATHER" PAGE THREE McM anus IT I* AVWLW NlCfeW yctO TO THINK OF TAK\NC, ME TO LONCH TO OAS* - NO THOUGHT ORDERS'. WELL" vJHAT WILU YOU HA.VE ? LIKE FC^ ME- WHAT ID UKE TO ORDER FOR TOO fbN'T ON THE BILL" VJ�LL-VH/\T "WOULD TOO 1 ,.f? 1 8L MAN- 'SOME MILL ONE. ORDER GEL \ ETSClJCVi- - * I "Baseball, She's Good Wan, She's Ver' Hard to Understand RAYMOND FRIDAY Baseball Having been introduced in France by American and Canadian sol-tilers, sailors and ambulance men, the French sporting writers are making xallant attempts to explain the game to their readers. Following is an excerpt from a French sporting journal: "The theaue is the ancient game of hall to the field modified and regulated. One can play to ten, but to well play the theque it is necessary to be 18 players. The dimensions of the ground Is Illimitable, all the same she ought not_to nave less than 300 square meters. One traces a polygon, of 3.0 meters. The bases are indicated by blocks of wood. The. first chamber (home plate) is ordinary a square o two meters or side. The post of emplacement of the lancer (pitcher) ought to find itself at four meters from the first base. The lancer ought not to eject the ball, but lance her in such a fashion that she arrive between the shoulder and the knee of the beater (batter). The role of beater is of to beat the ball, as soon as she is served In the direction which he desires (but nil the same before his field) and far enough to permit him *>f to run at least to the second base and thus soon again just to the base of return. The play of. the opposed field is to send back the ball the most rapidly possible to prevent the beater from making his run around." ? ? ? Raymond are visiting Leth-hridge with their best i'out forward tomorrow night in the first clash of the season tween the Sugar Town and local "Y." The whole countryside are coming with them and will hack their favorites to the last. Tliis particular game is being looked forward to as no other during the season'and the local supporters will also be there with bells on. There will be '-two games, junior and senior, and �either one will be worth the price oC admission. The local second team have been showing up much better in the last few practices, and can be expected to give a good account of themselves. LOR ROSEBERY * ? ? Warren Dfpew Suiters Loss Dick Kinsey Injured New Garage RAYMOND CREW 10 Toronto. Jan. 23.-A. special dispatch to the Globe says: "Jess Willard yesterday declared that Fred Fulton must redeem, himself before he can,hope to get a chance at the heavyweight title. The plasterer's showing against. "Billy'' Miske disappointed the_ champion. He is not anxious to have Fulton make a name for himself at the expense of the soldiers. Said Willard:' '* (J haven't given up hope.of meeting Fulton, but. before 1 do 1 want, to get public assurance that they consider him a worthy foe. I'm not boxing to make history for him or a name, t want to aid the hoys over there. If I do box Fulton and the show draws $100/000. 1 want that, much to go to the soldiers. . If it draws $1:0,000, I want to be sure they get it all. And to make Fulton's burden lighter I'll pay his training expenses, pay for the renting of the ring and other incidentals.'' REV. "BILLY" SUNDAY PRAYED IN CONGRESS ^ Washington-For the first tlme> in history the house applauded and yelled in greeting a prayer. The prayer abounded in such ' phrases as "We thank you," O Lord, that we. have never gone to bed hungry. We thank thee that we have never scraped the bottom of our flour barrel." It was delivered by Billy Sunday, who sent winged � shafts. "Thou kiiowest, O Lord," he prayed, "that no nation so infamous, vile, greedy, sensuous blood thirsty has ever disgraced the pages of history. Make bare thy mighty arm O Lord, and "smite the Hungry wolfish Hun, whose fangs drip with blood and we will forever raise our faces in Thy praise." WELL AT FEME Macldod.. Jan. 23.-Stewart's rink which journeyed to Fernie for the hons-piel returned Saturday evening, bringing their trophies with them. Everyone stops to look at them In the Hudson's Bay Co. window. The boys are delighted over their trip, and the manner in which the Fernie boys Treated them during their visit. Three Stewart bo>*3 and Alex. McDonald formed the rink and helped advertise Macleod.  The trophies they got were. The Macleod cup, was the coveted MEEK AS A LAMB New York. - John J. Lamb. years old, is slightly over t> feet 2 inches in height, broad in proportion and with fists that look like uncov-erod hams in repose. Down among the longshoreamen in New York, where Lamb was frequently1 in action, it was reported that those fists resembled British tanks when they got to flying about. The lion-like Lamb was drawn early in the selective draft. Did he go? Not. he. He announced grimly through his teeth that he would like to see any qualified or any unqualified policeman come and get him. "Is that so?" commented the man in charge of that first branch detective bureau. "We'd better give this world beater the once over before we call out all the reserves." Thereupon he called before him a young man. Calmly the young man from, the bureau walked right up to the lbngshoresman and. grinning hopefully, asked if his name were Lamb, followed by the announcement that !f it happened to be such he, Lamb, was expected up at headquarters immediately. Every other longshoreaman joyously waited for the explosion. It never came. After a prolonged survey Lamb suddenly collapsed in the middle section and replied, as meekly as hlsiiiamo sounds: "All right, mister, I'll come." Come he did, subsequently Going to Trot Out Strongest Line-up Possible Against Lethhridge (Special to The Herald) -Raymond, Jan. 23.-Lethbridge will have to play ball every min ute of the time if they defeat Ray- i mond on Friday. The local boys have been practising steadily since the Edmonton game and those who have seen them at workouts say they have the rudiments of the game down to a science. The players are in the pink of condition and Coach Robbins states that they should make an excellent showing. The Nneup will probably see three new men in uniform, Skouson, . Buhler and Burr. The two first mentioned have played considerably in the states while Burr is a recruit from the junior team. Walker, Meldrum and Nalder will complete the lineup. The juniors also should make a good ' showing. That team is composed of practically the same youngsters as last year's crew. The Knight Academy band and a large number of rooters will accompany the team. . (From Our Own Correspondent) .Raymond, J**n. 20.-The residence or^Varren Depew was burned*to the ground this morning. The contents of the place With the exception of' a few articles "were destroyed. The blaze started at the west end of the structure and being -fanned by the strong wind from that direction soon enveloped the place. The tire was caused by an overheated stovepipe. The pipe went through the Avail from one room into another and the flames being driven back by the wind caused the pipe to get hot and the heat was soon communicated to the wall with flames resulting. No insurance w*as carried. Injured by Horse Dick Kinsey, the manager of the Knight Sugar Co., FINE Well Planned-Two Competent Nurses Have Been Secured Some Weddings On the Sad Truth h Lord Rosebery once spoke of public libraries as the burial grounds of literary aspirations. Thousands of books lie on the shelves, unread, neglected, dusty or mildewed. r There are many parallels in commerce." Take cigars, for instance. There is only one "lasting" NOBLEMEN CIG^R, but there are hundreds of 2-for-a-quarter cigars,which come and go like summer flowers. been doing things since the be- j mingvof the year. The postponed j (From Our Own Correspondent) Cardston, Jan. 23.-The new officers of tbie Cardston Hospital. Ltd., hav ginning annual meeting was held (he 27th of December last and today the hospital is opened and ready for paitents. All the directors have been helping r.r>u the new president, Mr. C. W. Burt, with Mr. J. Y. Card as secretary, have been working hard to push .natters to completion with the aid of Dr. C. M. Fletcher and Mr. T. Wni. Smokers recognize in DAVIS NOBLEMEN CIGAR I Duce, the equipment has been secured was injured by a jand duly installed, The hospital is now falling horse on Saturday. It seems (in readiness and scarcely a month has that Mr. Kinsey was riding along when j elapsed so there is much credit due a cigar of peculiar merit and distinction. The "Noblemen" Cigar, occupies a unique place in the smoking world. IT IS MILD-YET EXQUISITELY FRAGRANT. S. DAVIS 4V SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. prize and is among the-bunch brought going also to Governor's island, where e. visitors, consisting of four the federal author home. The e ascertained. Although the National league club owners tentatively decided to pe*mit Tener to remain in the chair as president at the recent meeting in New York, they have come to the conclusion that their organization is too h'g to have him live only half his time to the duties. Needs Entire Time,. 'They feel that the task of running the affairs of the league is a big one and that the job requires all of one man's time and that Tener can not do himself or the position Justice by trying to be president of the league and at the siime time hold down another job. . The owners of the National league are looking forward to one of the best seasons in years despite war conditions.. Times have been a bit strenuous and may be this year and that is why the magnates desire that some one occupy the chair who cau give all of his time to the work. They will probably continue with Tener ns president until the February meeting * in New York, and by that time a new man will have been found and will he announced. Judge Landis Mentioned Judge Landis is one of the men who have been mentioned to succeed Tcner and it would not be at all surprising if he were offered the position. Charles W. Murphy also has been mentioned, as has .John Heydler, but what the league will do is a problem. Murphy is out of the question because the club owners do not feel kindly toward him. Because of past experience Heydler would make an ideal executive. He probably knows more about the game than any other man in it. Landis has always been a fan, is thoroughly familiar with all its angles, and it.is the belief of some that a man better qualified could not be found anywhere. LADIES' CURLING Miss Aird- won from Miss Ferguson, and Miss'A. Bawden from Miss Buchanan ,iu tho ladies* curling games' last night. Dra^.vs for 4 o'clock Sat-urday'are: - Mrs. Marshall; vs Miss L. Bawden. Miss-Aird vs Miss Buchanan. ? ? ? the directorate for the energy displayed. Well Planned l The building is well planned for the i purpose and contains twelve rooms. There is a splendid operating room j with good equipment and six beds j are now provided so that patients to j that number cau be cared for at the 1 start off. As needed other beds and rooms can he supplied. - r The directorate have secured two � graduate nurses who are well known in this district, though for a number of years past they have been engaged in the states in their chosen line. They come of a family naturally adapted for this work as they are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baker, and their mother has been known for many years as one of the most successful of home trained nurses. Tho young ladies are Misses Phoebe and Alice Baker and two other sisters have qualified in the same profession. Free Water and Light Tho town is granting free water and 'light and exemption from taxation and all the people of this locality will be pleased with this action as the need for this institution -"nasi long boon sorely felt. The company will need further funds to finish paying for tho property and to this end stock is to be sold as soon as the consent of the government can be obtained. About fifteen or sixteen hundred dollars have been subscribed and paid and this has been expended for equipment, so that tho sale of shares .at $25.00 each ought to be responded to readily by the people -of Cardston and district. All \ know the need and all will rejoice to. have a place nearer than Lethbridge where tho suffering can be relieved, and pfisslbly life saved. Some throe or four cases in tho past have been stated to have proved fatal on account of the sufferers being delayed too lout; in reaching the operating table at a, point "so 'far away. Success to this worthy effort and to all those engaged in it. More Weddings Yesterday President Edw. J; Wood, performed two marriage ccrmonles. Mr. Nels C. Nielson, of Browning, Montana, and Miss Daisy E. Rastrick, of Beazer, were the first-to he united at about 3 p.m. in the presidents office. The new couple will reside at Browning. The other parties are well and favorably known by all Cardston people and the great surprise to their many friends will be the quiet and sudden manner of their taking this very important step. Last evening, near 11 o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Steed, their oldest daughter, Miss Luella, was married to Mr. Jno. S. Smith, in the 1 presence of the bride's immediate family and Mr. and Mrs. Wood only. The wedding trip began this morning and will not extend farther than Calgary. < The delegates to the U. F. A. will be the ony ones able to offer immediate congratulations. For Cardston, Mr. Jas. H. Anderson, president: Mr. J. P. Low. vice-president; Mr. John F. Powish, secretary-treasurer, will be I The Retail Trade supplied direct from our Vancouver and Winnipeg Warehouses, insuring prompt service and prime condition,, present. Hill Spring send Messers. J. S. Dudley and Andrew Peterson, wnile Ghmwood will be represented by Messers. Edward Lcavitt, Jno. E. Layno and Orren Shipley. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Tanner and Mr J. H. Tanner from Aetna are the only ones from the district south bo far as your correspondent could learn. Mr. Chas. Cheeseman. who is now the manager of the Cahoon Ton serial' parlors, has recently installed some of the very host equipment to be found in the barber's line in Canada. The premises have been enlarged recently and the new furnishing, splendid barber chairs, washstand, show cases, cash register, etc., of the latest designs are being unpacked and placed in position. With a fine hath room opening off on tho- west, there is no place in Cardston that now compares with the Cahoon Hotel Barber Parlors. t I rp I VULCAN (From the Advocate) At the annual meeting of the ratepayers of the Vulcan school district 3 902, the chairman of the trustees. Mr. George Kobsoti, presided. The various reports of the teacher, secretary-treasurer and trustees were discussed, and the meeting was then open for nominations for a trustee, Mr. Flood being the retiring trustee. The only nomination was for Mr. Flood, moved by Mr. K, M. Carruthers and seconded by Mr. Juo. A. Gardner, and Mr. Flood was declared elected for the ensuing three years. A quiet wedding took plate'on Monday evening at the homeibf Mr. and Mrs. Southard, Mount Royal, Calgary, when Margaret Virginia Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Parker, Lancaster, Penn., and Lawrence Lcroy Walker, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Walker, of Vulcan, were i united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Kerby, The Local Improvement district No. 158 elections took place on Monday. The councillors for the various divisions are; ^vision 1, Harry Adams; 2, J. N. Johnston; 3, Norman Hlnnon; 4, T. J. Parker; 5, Alex. Smith; G, Robert Fair. Tho annual meeting.of the Ensign school district took place in the Ensign school house on Saturday last. Mr. T. J. Parker was elected as chairman, and M. II. F. Parker and Mr. N. Young were appointed in the place of Mr. R. Williams and Mr, Tucker, who have resigned. The election of trustees for the Union Jack school held on Saturday resulted in an entirely new hoard bemg elected, the new members of which are: Messrs. Henry McBrlde, Henry Spanke and J. W. Hunter. The home of Mrs. D. J. Jackson, 1017 Fifteenth Avenue W., Calgary, was the scene of a quiet wedding on Wednesday last, January 19th, when Mr. John Jacobson, son of Andrew Jacobson, of Vulcan, was united in marriage to Miss Annie Wennermark, of Edmonton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alexander Eraser, of the Olivet Baptist Church, Calgary, and the happy couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stewart of Vulcan- ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS AT COAST Victoria, B. C, Jan. 21.-"With an initial enrollment of something more than 100 members, a Victoria branch of the Army and Navy Veterans of Canada was formed at a well attended meeting held at the Belmont Block this evening. Vice Admiral W. O. Story, who presided, was elected president of tho new offshoot of this powerful hpdy. r We Have a Splendid Assortment of TIRE PUMPS 3 Cylinder Pumps .......\ ..'........ $8.50 Yankee Pumps............... ......$6.50 2 Cylinder Putnps.............. ,.. $4.50 Handy Auto Chairs $3.00 These are very useful when you with to carry an extra passenger. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET , ACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. 7 ;