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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tHUnSDAV, JANUARY 31; 1016 THE ^LfejTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD pXge THREB "BFtlNQING U^^ R" By G. MpManiis Bonspiel Here February 11 The Whole ^th is Invited Wright Shieid^Draw Soon - Never a winter without ourlliiK and never curlinfc wltliout a Ijoqsplfil so tlie locals aro haviftg-theirs oa February-11th. Invitations have been �ent to Carmangay, Yaber, Vulcan, Oranum, Ciaresholm, Macleodj^ Fcrnle and Cranbrook. While the dt�trict - bonspiel has already'heen held at Fernlc, stilt the curlers couUl not overlook such grand curling weather and it will provide a few days' sport (or those who ^ere unable to take in the Crows Xest spiel. There are four open competltlojia, the Brewery, the > BIHson, the Summit Llmo Works and a GonsoUaatfon with, tlie possibility of a i^uble rink competition (or the Cadillac Chal^nge which is open to all rinks In Southern Alberta. ' . ) The committee in charge ftt the spiel wilt ba L. W. Clarke, J. S. Kirk-ham, Duuc Du((, Huglf Boyd and Dr. Leech. \ . Play for'Wrl9ht Shield . What wU^bc a young bonspiel in itselC will be started tat the curling rliik about B^bruary �th. This will be an open rink knockout competition for the Wright ghiold,- omblanmtlcal of the city championship. Th& "Wright Shield is one of the (Inest trophios ever put up. in the history ot the local club, and was donated "by 11. A. Wright to be played for each year for ten yearif and to.boeome the property of the rink winning It ofteneat in that time. Hach rink will be as strong ne can be got together as the curlers are all anxious to be the first to get a Htlie engraving done (or themselves. Thistehould sob about tv^elve rinks drawn. ^ Skips will make their antrles at once to t). W. Clarke. / V '  r For the Colts another competition wlU be played off at the same time. Things will be I humming from now to warm weather at the rink. BALLPWYfRS ^ mJOBLESS Squail^ Outlook *>r^he Lower Grades In the |918 Sea-: son May, Be Straw that Breaks Baseball's Back in the Quaker City , minors are not doing business at the old stand, there will be no place to go (pr the ettra material. This will also prove a boomerang' to the majors, as the latter will not be able ta�end their surplus to th^ aseootation, as taas beeii the case in the ^unt. - It is possible that the International league will not start the-season. That will serve to relea8e-probsbly>175^more players. It la nlmost a certainty that five or six ot tl^e-.minor leagues.-whlch finished last season^111 not t>e able to oome up tor a|r again,- and that will mVke another big difference In supply Philadelphia.- The latest trade made by Connie'Mnck, manager of tUo AthletlCR, whei-bby Stuffy Mclnnls 'will go to the IBoHton Ited Sox, may prove to bo the la^t straw that will break the white elephant's back. Ba.seball circles in. this city nne rife with talk, and a boycott Of the Athletics seems imminent. Any semblance of prestige the Athletics may have- enjoyed hero has dLsappenred, and It Is doubtful whether a corporal's guard will attend ^lic games at Shibe park during the coming .season. Even the few tans who have stuck to the Athletics through th?ir trials and tribulations while Mack has been breaking down his once famous baseball maohlhc have turned against the club,/and there Is little likelihood of the club's receiving any support unless Mack performs a miracle and makes a winner ot the mediocre material he appears to have at hU command. 3uat wliat players will com6 to Philadelphia In exchange (or Mclnnls has not been announced. It is said AfacJc has not yet made up his mind. It-is unofficially reported that thcreasou for trading Mclnnis was salary d!ff�;r-' ences between the player and the club. It is understood Mack wanted to'', cut Mclnnls' salary and that Stuffy refused to agree to proposal. Mack hB3 finally succeeded In writing another chapter to "The Last ot the Mohegans." Mclnnls was the last member ot the tamoifs Athletics who at one time had a corner on the baseball championship market. , Mctmiis'jolned the Athletics in 1909 and soon succeeded Han-y DaTia as regular first baseman. While he was a member ot the team tho Macklan array won American league pennants in 1910, 1911, 1913 and 1914, -winning the world series in,1910, 1911.and 1913 The regular players on the last cbam-pionshlp team the Athletics had were: Mclnnls, tlrst base; Eddie Collins, sec; Chicago, .Ian; -31.-Lack of employ, tnentln,their chosen profession faces hundreds'' of "ball player^ the' coming season. PespitV inroads on diamond talent draft,Vthere wlUHie any number ot,baaebaU athletes, over and un* dertho ago:an AMoeiatlOii bunltr The American n^aooiation will prob- > ably seta playerlimlt.of 16 men. This havo'the effect ot turning''a number looa^ from that leigue,-and It tlie and demand. Taking It for granted that the Amer-'aud ba^e; Jack Barry, shortstop: Frank lean association, the Pacific Coast league and^Hie Sbuthern association will "go through with their-'schedules, yeiW tl^esB be^able. to .take care.ot tho surplus talent, from'IC* major league .teams?' ..-..v ',-";.'i'. RclMiM (4umeroua, ,> It mustalao be'takenlnt'o consideration tbiit tor practically every man ob-|talned.trQm'lhe majors the; class A'A 'leagues will Have ta'F^IeaBe''8otiie otiier players, and wh�re ar� these going it there are no Jeagi^es'of a lower claBsi-(Ication in: -oifera^loii?- In rthat case, Will tl>e; club having tlie players. under reserve npw be> compelled to pay the salaries ot the men? According to baseball .)aw.->they.;will, unless places can be found tor them In other (^uba. It not, they will b6com� frc^e agents, a situation for which the players have Coughtforfyeara. i Spauldln^vs Marrs, (S;L.).: AValesvs Shepherd, (S.L.). MAY CHANGE.SCHEOUI,E; (Krqm Our Own Coi-resuomleut) aiagi-atli. Jan. 30.-~On Friday evening, although the weather was very stormy, a good crowd was In attendr ance at the dance Klven in honor of Pte. Clarence Blaxall a former, Ma-grath boy who has jomed the.colors. Mr. Blaxall came to Magrath about 10 years ago from Bngland and resided here unMI about two years ago, when he moved to \'ulcan. He is well known/In this district and the people all wlsV him good luck. His mother and one brother reside in Magrath. Mr. Blaxall was presented ,, with a medal by Councilman Amos Peterson on behalf of.the cttliens of Magrath. He left on Saturday morning for Calgary and goesat once overseas. Women's Inttltute On Friday afternoon the regular meeting ot the jWoinon's Institute was held in the town' hall, Mrs. Sarah Poul-aen waif appointed delegate to the annual i convention'tr> be held In Edmonton in March. Ttie-ladies planned to'have, a mis-tit 1)�U on thev evening of February ,14th. Bvevyone Is ox^ pected to dross in ntis-fit costumes and a conundrum lunch will be served ln,~cOnnection. Reports of the late conference held in {'laresholm were given by Jleadame.s t:i*ltchfipld and Fossy and a demon.stratlon or ^Boston baked beans -was given by Mrs. Cook. The next meeting will be held February 22nd. ^ ..... On Friday evening Mrs. Agnes -Turner iwati pleasantly surprised by a uiimber' of her friends, the occasion being in honor of her birthday. An enjoyable time wiis had and a dainty lunch served. Ttrose - present wore Mesdamcs K. Rasmussen, � McConnel, Mi' -Turner, Agues J^owe�, Sarah Poul-, sen,'LaVina Poulsen, L. Turner, J. Wood, P. Mercer, and I.-Wodd.  � Mr. and Mrs. Heber Barker of Hill rSprlng-are visiting relatives here. ;Mr8. / - ' / S. DAVIS & SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. 398 I Tke liMl- Trade-Jli/tplled iitict from our Uoncouwr and' WlnrtlpegWarehomts, insuring prompt aeruice and prime condilion. I tell you how' welcome the sugar was, tnat Is something we seldom see and very often hoar about over here. I wish you would" thank Messrs, Grant and Davis tor the parcel they sent me as well as all the ladles of tho Magrath Red Cross. I aiTTyour friend forever, PTE. J. FOGGIN. Somewhere In Franco, Dec. 22na. Dear Friends:-It gives me great pleasure to arfswer your welcome box which I received some time.ago, and I don't know how I-can thank you because we don't got very many nice things like^ that to eat and we appreciate it very much and we enjoyed thj^good things arid my pals'also wish to thank you^ . We Canadians look forward to a box of" eats once In arj while and we sure appreciate them more than words can express. This is the first opportunity t have liad to write, thanking you again. ' 1 am yours v6ry sincerely, PTE. A^ ROBERTSON. . A field card wa^ also received from Corp. A. O. Ferguson,'saying he Usd reaeiTcd his parcel and would write later. Get all the comfort out; of your car possible during the winter "weather. We have a few Good Robes for cold weather driv- ' ing on hand: at reasonable prices. / , . \ Also RADIATOR AND HOOD COVEICS for all makes of cars. '  BAALIM MOTOR CO. /, HOME OF. rHE CHEVROLET . BACK O^ UNION' SANK. HARRY HOLMAN, Mf jr.,, e kaines. .li.!/Dnn'awovth BUt-fW�4i�ffcprainedanktiB,�nd A. R. De have all American -League >club�';b^gin khe season' April IC, Instead of. allowr "Just Exaaly ""As Ydu THAT 18 WHAT HE SAID WHEN HBAOUOHT^OUR 1910 FORD, .THATde WHAT YOU WIUL SAV^IiJEN.VOU ,EE THE , , . 7 \ ^OL-LOWINOi'' '. I ' \: \ 1 Elfb ftoaditor, 1917, S-paiscngcr; 1 CMmeri, 1917, Tottring. , Chicago. Jan. 30.^THera; may ,.,_______________ another change in the American Lea- Manbey. centre player on the 2nd teanv gUO schedule uoaann.'1Q10-l-�i._.^;^'.'..:.- .i-.j-.ij-.j..--: . before Johnson ot the league said today that' ho might' (ihanee things 'aga|a, and i,uB..Bu .u iu� .�v.uowi.Bu jTr.,ai�nbey,,centre piayar on the znd teanv hedula tor the Beason ot 1918 B^ralned.'his back, setting doctor's or-it is Bdopldil. President B. D. a^rs V a rest. The'tame very Hkely ulo coinmitta'e to wlthold-torjtbdirpresr dnt the' fact-that the ei(stern,iV?l^ms wore to begin, playing ball rApf 1^^1,5; instead ot one dayxlator, and the p\ipt. Itclty - given' jthe change - has annpr^'i Mr. Johnson, according'to blji'^own statement.':^''-:..-A.mr.'i'^0h, PAINTED THEM YELLOW Porkstun, 8..D,, Jan, 29,-*The'-Fltst. National' Bank nbuUdlng, generally; known as the R^mpter- Bank; -i^rfs, adorned trom\top to bot^tnDeManby: Mar-cepandiWallis; Rayvilond BmLElUng-' haqaenty ' . ^ UtPBNOE^ SENTVHCK ' POfi scRAP^v^yqK'Chasers; ^orbjifS; Jan. 30.':1'fiin'and Bkin-, ner,',tne hockey, mwiarrefted-S�tur- day.nlfltt^for rouch' tai/tlo'a on th^ ]ce.J prS ALL F|T BOOT& Regularly $5.00 FRIDAY AND SAtURDA�i TO CLEAR fifths Uiil^^A'.~''^-i7'-BM WS' 'III:' V'. � �^mf^U:7�:]V7i 12 ;