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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBWBGR SUILY liERAlfr By G. Me Manns "BRINGING UP'FATHER" K "HmirtjL-J M 7 r ins'liefo're Ecnatc-'commlllee In Kf's.-toa'hlsh.he ibald Stoveuson ot 'Mel was ligence bureau said today that -repre meat already have, .organized Soviets In'the Ihdustriarccntre-i of the couu and' Ddinimojis Were try anil plans, conlernplalb KUHUY, MNVAIIY 21, 1019 __. The National Isa'fue fielding arer- yesterday by tbe Asso- ciated Press show Neir rorn-fading with' a percentage of. Chicago >.ad the most number ,of. putouts. St. Louis had the most assists and errors, with- a total number of chances offer- ed of 5762. D. J. Konetchy, Boston, leads tbe Jirst basemen of tbe league with .953. Meri-le, Chicago, bad -tbe most put- oiits, 13SS, and accepted'the greatest number'of chances, 1470. Laiderus, Phlla'delphia, bad the most assists, 9S. Paulelte, of St. Ixrais made the most errors, 20. R..T. Fisher, having play- ed over 50 gamej.i the honor of leading the second basemen, a percentage of 957 Cnfbaw, Pitts- most putduts, 323; R.nq -assists, 366. Magee, .Cincinnati; road'c the most errors, (29 'fh'e third baseme? We.led by. Henry and'also leads in tbe number ol-putouts, ISO. J. C. Smith, Boston, made most 291, find, 35. 'Fletcher, Liailj Shortstops Arthur New York, heads the shortstops .with percentage, Bancroft, making th'e most pnlouts, 371; 'Fletcher, York, most assitU, 484; and Bancroft, most errors, 61 The outfielders who participated in orerv75 gines and wjio are tntuM to Iheitlree leading positions we Xeale, Paskert, Chicago, Z O Wlear, Brooklyn, 979 We Affair Tame Owing ttf Mor.jltr -Al Ross Third in Rinj N Ckmie fought a six round bout in the Pantages the- atre Jast mghl Tart Lad a slight shade in the second round, He one round went even, two went rait and'the other _rwas a co-decision brful, anfl both boxers miied it freely Irem tbe starL The IS-onnce gloves any dimigo, very ft three fielders, the chances are Caruy, Pittsburg, -Boil '384; frlriV Round Both men sparred, and' blows were landed.-Round even. 1 Round Tail, led off from tbe ot the gong and was on the offensive through- out. Mttlball.fjive faact.b'low for biaw- Both men iata a clinch ana tli'e gonj foiind jthe.m mums blows freely, with Tait j laoding a fernflc rignL flouod eveo't It there was a shade it went 4 :Round Three" Taith'ad tbe.better of-tbe going from the start and landed .some heavy bVows on'Mnlhall'B'jaw.. The wallops seemed to be Mulnall, but Tail.could do much damage. Tait's round. Round Four Jtulhall went at it from the -4 sorne.-beauties on Taifs Killifer. number of putouts, 350J 'the -catchers, W Chicago, and--W. Schmidt, played in 104 and 105 games respect- had a percentage o'f 9S2 and .951 for Schmidt. Kil- lifer had most Sctimldt most- most errors u Club Pittsburg Chicago Boston Cincinnati Brooklyn' SL Ixrals Philadelphia, 153 Cincinnati, Club Fielding G 124 12S 131 J2i 123 126 131 125 E PC 152 ,970 173, .J 1SS 184 192 193 -.S83 22A 211 .965 New lUdkter Rcptir OPENED Have been Corking on radial- on In for 6 months. THE RELIABLE RAOIATOft REPAIH SHOP Farquharson, "O" The Ttltor; !th 4. Down on Last Night's Games in Five Pin i Tans hare taten Ihe defeat of their little Jimmy IVIUlc, Pal Moore, thje Ameriran fanicU tc? IjJjniJan ataiy- ilUraaicb, fjsor- HeMti flgSB :vr ererr 31 t the" decision. So far inMho team-has bfeen a. _ i This'prbVet! ft) ife CiCsej last night Visa tba Clerks took two I fauU in outoE the thsj admits lhat he won. AiA niran-ica tn iKc rjntnJTI.-E and done says lain I won. I did win. last I never had the ible tb'takfi-jhree al -bVetl Ifo lie Che ciCsejoyslr tba Clerks took two IfauU in put oE tHree1 from the thej Mechanics dW to 1K6 Domln-: "H> anc ions, v t'Ubiit.I'm-Acert! the-first series -iast'-nlght ttie to Clerks took the (irst tivo gnmes by] slightest, doubt-that I was beating Sloan jvas highf totGl..with: 159, and V i ind hign'single with his iecond In took the first by 1C pins, the second by but lost the third tjy IT. C. Schweitzer with high aci total' of 173 and '-high slngle_of CC. scores: doVh w' bisie s'no gooa fcflk- Fortunes Good Naturedly. .Victor, and vantiulshed, however, ig war a fien- of the rin: was c and be Wt fhrqiigli tSe'legislaiuro'ai'tho coin- [n'B'fesalony.'It-Vould take iBiportmit t-batltfte yahd remove- the that 'about 'clashes between Stie towns and He advocaletl [He placios of the book, "Deep Fur- the schools. "just jfrfends 'of the veteratis as an; ithis COLt'MAX, Jau. annul! ol file- man1 luaHiuUosa) yjs last ovctAcg aca was best attended meeUu? tUn cougrcgitfon bad (or some time. The report of ,the: seas ton-an ij; liana ping ___thoso of th9 SuyJay school and Udles' Auxiliary ac'il Women's Mla- Ibat the at- auve at the services were eood that of the meuiben adherenU had bi-eu malutalned Ibrougaout iho. year. Tha financial roiwt was very, on- couraglns notwithstanding Ihe 7- break divrlus lha JTlie past i ear has been tho best lu tha history of the Sun Jay school. In tact all the departments ot, tho church haro bad a vory successful year. Messrs. D'. U. Kvans. were to Ihe inanafln? board. the uble leadership Her. V. Allan tho work Is In-splendid condfUoit.- POLO MINOR SPORT THIS YEAR Will Not Ee Revived to Extent of Na- tional Championships NEW VOKK, Jan. will' not be rcvtyert to Ihe extent of inter- national national champion games this year because of the num- htr of polo vlayers still In the service, It was announced today at tho annual ueeting of the polo association here. One JbOL'saml arid five ol the 1440 members of tbo association wont into the service, it stated, Ol that number sii are major generals and six brigadier generals. government Mr? .Si'ev'ensoir also said evidence exists, ,tbat. Germans in, United begun a posMya'r props- an in- IlueDCp would niake the peace terins'.iniposed on Germany less oner- ____ StieVparO1 introduced a resold- sh'apb Sir flsbtnfc that- anT order-1 n board (o '3 'up "to for the puratl parls of the World fignt thft cause- of riglit 'and -iusttce. You men partvin jin-epoeh-BDafcinK, event arid-ons-that never will ba frtrt 'brought; the English- spe akl ng-- races to, engagfi I n a-great national spojjL" American Officer djs.cussio tiie'iaimtni pfatform'drawn up by'.lhe tan council of agriculture and Uf'KoveraW; Lientenant Colgnel B. M. Cox. .jap- in ot the drew., a d of applaiiae >hen' he declated, "TVe ot Urn ,bf the >t' Li lai roun tp minister.-wllhout- port- folio ;vTrliose proposals will be consid- eted by Ihe peace conference Satur- v Brielly-. his. program -calls for ..the es UbliBbtuent .of an I nte rriatlana.1 .com.. mission'-made 'up of the representa- tives. .of bolli capital, for th'e aettlement.ot labor problems. This commission- is -to, be responsible .to tbe. league .of nations. Bunder- the Barnes' scbetne. ..would bo the peace conference a small commission composed of dele'-. gates from the, great' commission would convene the first labor winch in turn wouUl become the cebtral com- iniaaion tor -the betterment of labor. ii ivtifi S f item IRINO ii. All wort. nienl Tor nfm Ciit Repaira- R.D.RlfCHlE 208 13th 81.-S; Opp.-EllrtcH. Mill. f'tteSl StHg Ownership and con- trol bf? Wllways. water and aerial elt; the .word pperi- ttoh in BtUl- liek not be leased. To Itj- Idod ISe'clause which "Byp'a" gn'duaU-d-personal aubstltuto.tho (ollowing) graduated personal In- all would pay a fair J 40 Instead o( (JecSded upon expenses b'e pared -fJ6wi! by making whereby the clubs NEW METHODS- r- jampii instead xo( IBret, shrewd Athletic chief- jiaproTing, knoiwleilge- ot the tain, has clanged his rnlnd'concerning (irutt'i iytrmasium tnlf feafort of pUrti.' Among thorn'Wpre 'Under the old (acb furner, and club vhlted each Western said At tltr three tlmei durlns the season and any ratc; tne letnper'anfilalal rlnsslera vice Tersa, and ftiess visits constated jof two fonr game .acd one threfe says Ooiiaie. "With a schedule of Hfl gamea (t will cessary for each team to play erery other team twenty games instead of as heretofore, so that we one four aad two three game be a much beUer-pltri' than the two (rip schema which I a snort ijme ago." trophy by the'King of En that MiRe'O'lJowtl-... -fvuit.w fighter; -W( ai'.hV lfll I McOodrly to say what O'Ubwrt' woold say toi Ma comrades'.' gran UnE-.ptv leases ,'Ubllc auction oniri ft was ,thc case of small coal mln ....-Developed by. the not dp'jily tfrit'would wete shining the fioor ropi ,nd tjiolHr.K a lot ot, gboil I No Doubt Yonr Car We CAN oive YOU SATISFACTION AMI) WORK Your car will be overhau'eel onder thle( eipert, Mr Slwldatt, formcHy 4j30wcag tapacily garage fn Winnipeg of rtdown J CHARGES MODERATE PALACE OARAGE: M SECOND AVEIHUE 1837 T; H.' RAVEN .C. H. Matter eaiher pounding Aftor >n hour pri'S everyone concerned Jrupp then had O of 'this thing was yawning. Inspirado'ti.' He thaV r--V6uld rial: have tcr flghtef'bf' than Billy Wells, who right." HOCKEY SEASON 3PL1T IN EAST nieantrBft. Closing down arid thu add- ed eipMfe' lo ot the rail- way haK'-jlt was therefore decided to add thlf Jifdrdi, "Such public -auction nqt (o to surlaco coal mining :ook the, padding, off the Ihrev.' hall a dozen sets of glorcs onto Uie.uat.and Invited alHiandsttiv.enJoy battle.royal.-Ixon-. ard thought it ben'pMh bis A'.gMy until Clay Turner look the Invitation on tha iHen-'tde Itfiete-WrnF-' ed for a corner No battle roynl in years found such '.fer .volTo. JaaL enough <0' lay glovts on (hoHfeljyJ -ulto atlacked him. it took the comblnt-d clforU 6f Iners. and Orupp !o cal) lies. Konard'remarked "If was Tine training. ,Turncr wanted to box each, one singly alter It was over. Stanley f'up end the Nations.! 'f Ji plots. subdivided Into' 40 ;KEGINA, Jan. for im- mediate, substantial reduction in prc- Includ- ing acceptance otijie fcc'IprocUy pact be made ipon- tlie by tile iinanlrnpus' 7ple 'of'tliu "Saskatchewan "party of Lliat province for lha first time cord havlhg'foday "thrown in" its lot witb-thc goyernmcnl .on the .tariff issue.' .Xot, only did the opposition' sup1 rxirt the Harris ''Tar- hehalf of Iho soldiers' repre- sentatives in the house, announced their of the measure during the course of the .Iclmle. The Radiator Man 418'Fiftt Strict S. A, -Jan. Mijftary tyc ijpfr .Bin- Iifeia'of Ada will 'rHECmbarfe troops at the, oilier docks here .at JM_ arterncon. AWout men of tho-l-lbp oh board irlirdlseinblrV lierer' OTTAWA WINS' f.OTTAWA, Jan.. Ottawa en' .Toronto lonlglit, 3 to 2, In the 'St.ii. i dnle that the eastern 4 bi'ablc to reach tho aoasl for Ihe -world's aer Jan. Waltor'C. commla- ('resident CaUtr.-'w the N. nlghl's flilurf! In Ottawa. INDUSTRIAL LF.AOUE, BOB BROWN'S PUA li, C, Jan. 21. I (rom allorncy-gcncf Id B. Drown, prezlient ot can city, will be organized wllhln Si now before.the Canadian Jays. Four gamos a week arc plannst SERVICE "Attention, Motorist i Your battery needs during Ihfl, cola wealhcrf Our Servke Department and we vrlll send for your hAt- vlcry and stare q am e durEnR-tH wlnler at rcaspnnblft at our uplodrtlo Ilalterjr 311 7th (M Solve TRUCK PROBLEMS A Icitor from you will bring a booklcl Giving Tull ihcacATUths. TOR Ca BOX: IN OUR ;