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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta f IIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST FVENTS ACHIEVEMENTS OF MUGSY McGRAW Manager of the New York Has Built Up x Great Team Jiine aiust a 'considerable satisfaction to John GIcGraw, as, It Is to his well :Svishers and well wishers of tho Giants that his present champion team building and do- YtlopiuK, and as a strong j The capable managers can. velop the siuooth and potent inachUi the capable wh 'there- HcGraw, Ilk ilk fnMt liral' Hack, has an exce tlonal flft of tmtanf raw materia quickly it Is of p fcentlal worth "to .keep anci then wi skill It along until pi top notch, calibre ready to b- [yhored into regular place to kea 3UP the speed of the He It Shrewd There la much more to than, the Influence of hi to keep his men alway jtotaf, thair beat, tod his keen ey -tor manoerrlnr, for a whil thoufht to be his antir He has accomplished by shrewd trading of mater- tlntd? developed, but he hM ac- more through new mi fcarfjil an4 b; Jilj own of new Brought Out by McQraw Devorv Snodarass, Meyen MmuiArd, Shifter, geo( Jpart of hla iaew hare made their greatest Improrwent, realized their possibUttits, McQrav Doyle wu a pretty food bal ayw he oaue here, but was t Into a better one. Shafer and Irictobw kept aiwif on the bench for seven.! bat always 1m- fofbing knowledge, and the time tmme to make of; them they jumped in and more; filled the places of those they succeeded Much, that Devore knows about batting be learned from McGraw, 'who also taught him how to make the best UK of hli Chief Meyers Chief Meyers was a lumbering and ordinary catcher when he flrst cast hla fortunes with McOrmw, and was coneideicd sonetliliiff of a joke But JIcGraw euw before anybody else that Meyers not only had making' of a first qlass catcher, but vu a won-j derful natural hitter. Meyers at first' on foul-flies, but now he'is tut only food on them, but the most backstop in baseball today Made Novice. Stars It la veil known how Snadgrut was Into in outfielder, and a helpful Cettlnj factor., from oatcher- ifoGrmw's tute- when everybody else wita con- ne him, was transformed from a into A peach, Werklt, in The Dying Fisherman By WALT MASON Once a fisherman was djmg in his humble, lowly cot, and the pastor aat beside him sajinf things that hit Ihc spot, so that all his futile terrors left tho dyine sinner's heart, and he said: "The journej's lonelj, but I'm ready for the start There is just one httlc milter that is fretting- h sighed, "and perhaps I'd better tell it ere I cross the Great Diude I lot a string of stones that I've told from dij to daj, stones of the fish I've captured, and ths ones that got siray, and I fear that T hen 1 tell them they are apt to stretch a mile; and I tronder. when I'm wafted to that land that's free from they'll let me tell my stories if I try to tell them itraight, 01 nill angels lose their tempers then, and chase me through the gate'" Then the pastor sat and pondered, lor the question vexed him sore, neier a weird conundrum had been sprung on him before. Yet the courage of conviction moved him soon to a reply, and he n lahed to the fisher with fair visions of the sky; "you can doubtless tell fish said the eltrfj-min, aloud, "but I'd stretch them very little if old Jonah's in the BTOwd." W.tti.- "AFTER YOU" tbo polite mosquito snld) Iliave smoked An Elite Special Icignr, we're