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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'R'ESDAY, 8, 1917 THE LKTIlBniDOE DAILY JIF.IULD PAGETHMZ Hon. McLean Re-nominated Big League Baseball noston St. l-ouls New York Chicago Cleveland I'lilMcliilila "Washington Detroit AMERICAN i-ost. ,11 -4 11 8 9 7 11 v IP ID 10 C G 9 11 P.O. .133 .573 .503 .40J .358 NATIONAL Last. New York St. Ixkuls '10 .333 May Falken- made his dcliul with H'llaUel- plila today'In a gaiuo wlilcli was won by New York 9 to 4. The errors or Kalkciibere and his tynii-inilea jiroveil very costly, as only oife run scored Ijv llio visitors v.-aa earned. New Yori......OOC 200 1 1 rillladollilila I G G Jlogrlilge' and NunamaKcr; Kalk berg and Si'hang. Beats Walter Johnton Washington. Slay 7. Ruth lent TVallcr, Johnson In a-pftcMng duel to- May and won from Washington 1 lo 0, ]il9 slilli succossivo game for Bos ton. Jolmson held (he visitors palely until tho eighth, when Scott doubled null went nrounil ou Thomas' buDl and Ilulh's loiiK fly. Washington 2 0 Hulli and Thomas; Johnson anil Aln- emlth. Cleveland Wins Detroit. May defeated Detroit 4 to 3 today in a loosely lilaycd game. IJagtiy find Bolmirl [jllcli- ed well bul the former received better Buiiporl. c a chance ID lie "lire score In tbo nlnthT ivliftn Speaker hauled down Crawford's drive. Cleveland.....100 201 000-J G 1 G 3 Uagoy and ttoldfld, Cuii- TlIllEhaiu and Spencer. Chlcago-Sl. jiostponcd. rain. Won. 9 li Cblcajo 'lltladtlphti. UnclDnill Brooklyn lloiton nitslmre IS R 11 E C 1 7 0 7 13 S 15 .613 .032 .591 .533 .465 .38S Win New York, May New .York Nationals wonOJielr first gpme In the lilt 12 here today, defctlluK Philadelphia bv 2 score of 2 to 1. The (COSTINUKD KI10JI provincial treasurer, who Urllvcml stirring addresses Will at tlie con- vention In the afternoon noil at a public meeting In tho evening, lnlue the legislation of the past Elon and outlining future Icglsla- tlcu of il'.o past session and outlining future legislation will bavo the attention of the SIftuu admlDlstra- tiou If re-elected. John T. Wllltnl. mayor of Taber. presided over the convention. In welcoming llio delegates, lie took oc- cvBlon to congratulate the lady dele- gates whose vieseucc augured well [or their future Influence Itlcal life of (he province. the pol- He hoped that before IOIIK ILe ladies would not only be represented at the political conventions of tbc province, but that lady members would tatce their places on tlie lloor of Ihe house. Committees on credentials and- resolutions uc- Jnji chosen, tho convention Eel about Ihe reorganisation of the district Lib- eral Association, wltli the result that C C. Snow of Raymond was president. K. II. Taiulcr of Taber, Giants won in "the fourth Inning, when vice-president; Carl Cook, district they.scored two ruus on a triple by Burns, double, and livo Inlleld outs. Both Tesijeau and Oeschgcr pitched splendid ball. Philadelphia 4 0 New York f. ..000 200 5 I Lavenfer, Oeschger and KUllfer; Tesreau and McCarty. Held Brooklyn Down Boston, May Hmlolph lield Drooklyn to five hits today, Bo3lcu winning 7 to 0. Kltipafrlck's doubio to right netted three runs In the fourth. Brooklyn......000000000-0 S 1 3 0 Sullli, Dell and Miller; Itudolph and screlary, and Messrs. Klculier of Burden. K. Drown of How Island and Pctcrion of llarnn-clt. ami Ihe four ladies already referred lo weie chosen as the ciccutlvo cotoinhlee. Raymond Man Nanrlnafnr. To C. C. Suow of Hayuioud lell the honor of putting the name of Hon. A. J. In nomination- He declar- ed it waa an honor to atteud Hie TirBl convention in the Taber riding at NORTHWESTEKN' Tncoma r.reat Falls Seattle Spokane Vancouver Uultc 1] G G 7 4 3 .SIC .GOO .545 .500 .305 .250 At Vancouver Vancouver. J K Bnlle 0 7 4. At 574; Seattle. G 10 0. At 551; Grcal F.i Us 3 11 a. lowdy. Win'For Cub. Chicago, May defeated I'lllsburg 4 10 i iooay. The locals bundled hltc behind Grimes1 and tnok the load In the sixth Inning which Hie visitors could not overcome. Cooper replaced Grimes. .1 ton and Ellloll. St. postponed account ol rain. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 1 6 0; Toronto 220. ntchmond 172; Rocliesler 343. Providence 12 in 1; Montreal i 2 H Newark 492; Buffalo 3 A '1. ASSOCIATION A merlcan As EO ciii lion OIIIc who played shortstop Tor Hie Robins last year. IB a bench wanner in San Francisco. Too many Ban Johnson Ready to Aid Joffre's Appeal for Men which lady dclcxatcs were present with right lo vole on an crjual footing with (lie men. JIc declared lhat the people nf were Justly proud of Ihe record of The Taber member ivlio liaO worked early mid laic ami loft no sioiic unturned In efforts lo tlevclop Ihc district. They were also that lie was a member o[ the Siitoii. cublncL. In him they liad had n member whom they could always as an 1ml ivlio In the counsels or Ihe gov enimeni made -himself heard. "The Talcr Jislrlct needs a man who familiar wilh the wordings of Ihe ff Tlse. TarmliLE communities need legls- lad'on such as that of last session. In lion. .Mr. McLean we have a. man who combines all theses necessary quali- ties. have therefore mucli pleasure In moving Uls nomination." Seconded Nomination. To T. 11. Walker, reeve of Fort} .Mile munJclnalKy, the delegate rep- resenting the Foremost corner of the district, went the honor of seconding the nomination. He said he had known Hon. Mr. McLean ever since tic had conic lo the country and thai lie had always respected him. ''We need clean like him for clean government. To Mr. McLean is due credit that he has Kept himself clean In all bis years ol public life." Sir. praised tho Siftcn govern- ment, for being one of llin first lo give women the right, of Ihe ballot, and declared they would do much to Alberta clean government and good Foclal legislation. "I therefore alee much ..pleasure in seconding the nomination of Hon. Mr. Mcl.eau and 10 province or stale in North Amor- I ca. where leus direct taxation was resorted to (ban in Alberta. Hon. Mr. Mitchell. Hon. 0. R. Mitchell assured Iho nieotiiif that anything tbal had been said about llio I [on. Mr. MrU'au dur- the convention was true lu every particular. If anything it fallen short ot the mark- In connection wilh Ihe Institutions over which he no- word of criticism, either from the public or from Iho opposi- tion had ever bctii uttered, whereas In other provinces those Institutions are often the Etorm centre uf debute. Hou. Mr. .Mitchell dealt with the legislation giving Tvoraen the frau- chtse. acil declared ibal It was Al- berta's lead wlilch the women Iho right to talio seals In Ihe leglslaiure. It was lirsi province lo take decisive Flop. During the last Ibo women bad -alao beea granted the right to vote on echool quealloBg on properly quali- fications of husband1 or faibcr. The Dower Act had teen uul on the stat- ute books giving them lifelong rights to the home or homestead. At the a retting melting Hon. Mr. 3111 reviewed more fully the IfgislRtlon of (lie past SPSS lo a from Uie point of view of ihe women volera, The muni- cipal Huipilals Act. with which the I women probably more- lhan Ihe men are concerucd, had bct-u passed. Fur- ther arrangements liad been made for J A Riiardian was liad great bo pea for (tic future of Alberla now lhat the ladles have cii their place with Ihe men in dlrccl- the affalra ot Ihe country, and _____ircd thoao present, lhat. If every uomlncc for legislative honors was as honest aa Uie cholco of the Taber convention could be nothing bul clean politics and.a government. "J been delegated by Premier Slfton today to to you that it will give him great pleasure and renewed confidence to know thai lion. Mr. McLean lias again been rLojco aa Liberal candidate for me Taber rid- Reviews Admimilration. Hen. Mr. Stewart then briefly re- viewed tho position of SHIon ad- ministration today in4 Us stand on the mailer of an election: no Bel- of circumstances ihai I cau eeo have we the rlghl to fall, as we ap- proach the end of our term of office, to appeal lo the votes o( tbe people of tills province, suUmii lo them our B'ev.-ardship. Alberta, lias contribut- ed nobly to ilre cause at ihc great war bolh In men and money. We have Riven of our best. The boys wlio are IgUtlng our bailies at the front have a riglit lo expect of us at home thai we will "carry on" In their absenco EO thai on llielr return, and God grant l may be soon, llicy will find tho machinery of Ihe government in or- der and lo the ques- lions which are then bound to arise I we have no reason to delay In i sa> we unit, uw____i L( Delation which la common In hreo prairie provinces. "This he said In closing, ha i beeii in powrr far a con- siderable time. Tho Liberals have jecu In almost 12 years. nit scrutinize our administration of affairs and tbc legislation wo have placed on the Blatutea, and you will rlnil that instead of becoming lax wo liave liccoiuc more and more pro- 1 RELEASE SMITH Cleveland. O.. May Cleve- land Americans today announced the release of Pitcher Clarence Srnllb, to Xew Orleani. FOR SALE Fully modern houte on ttb A.. 3. Six and bath, full concrete bailment. Pint class condition. A map for csih or would consider termi. APPLY: CONYBEARE. CHURCH. McARTHUR i DAVIDSON SS-Q appointed to look after the Interests of Infant children. Three Important rural credit bills had been placed on the statutes, the Frvrm AcL, tbe llural Co-ojiera- Hve Credits Act and tlic Cow UHI, BUbmilllng our itcwardshlp to people of ihls province. tt'e li-iw nolhine lo' fear, lf we ft vould be all tbe more reason why VD should do so. SliotjllcJlysald lloa. Mr. Stewart was ihc kcvnolc of the adialnlslratlon Oi affairs'ln Alberla. it IB the Incentive behind Ihe government lo bring itSL-lf aK close as possible (o die people of Allerta. and thus endeavor lo carry out the wishes ot the electors for Hie Rood of the whoje province. Legis- lation suERuslccl by the people iheni- sclvcs is what Ihe government liae been endeavoring lo put Into effect, Regarding- the announcement of Ing (o schedules. There Is no public President Uan Johnson 61" tho Amer- ican League, that If the war fa" on next year Ihe big league will not llhc- their season, a special lo Iho Toronio Uiooe Irom New Vork "ft will not surprise mo a bit 1C the major league parlts are kept closed host said President Don John- son of the American Lcaguo tonight. "Gencrsl .lorrrc's appeal for Ara- "erican fighting men. on ballla line In France makes me believe thai this country Is In for a tlcspcralc ivar, which may last anolhcr year. Our ball players, who have been drilling for more (Iran twa months, nrc ready (o po la the front, If uo send a big army to, France many of Ihc major lensiia rlnycrs will he In It, and that means a brcnklng up of Llic various teams. War' Before "Perhaps the strife Germany will become, so atrenuoua next year lhat Llic public will not care for base- bail, In wlileh ercul Tt will be advis- able In .close our ball parka. will play .Hi (season mil a But l now for slopping Lhc peumnt races." .Mr.'.rohnson stated his beiief ihut a majority of the American players were eligible, under the p'ro- IiDECd terms of tbc conscripUoii'-laws, and wouIJ be called upon "to sen'c in the army. Mr. Johnson lefl'for Ington tonight lo confer Go vc ru- men t aulTioritfrs rcenrrtlng the pro- pCACd tax to be Imposed .upon base- ball clubs the question of. the en- llalmcnl of -players will be dis- cussed. Wiii Watch ueveiopmenis. President John K. Tcncr of Ihe National League eaiJ Ilia L lie had nol dlactisscd Ihe proposition lo drop at close of the present season, ami thai uciion depend upon the developments of the next few monthi. He slated It as Ma'opinion'Lbat Ihu young men o[ the Slalea would be called, upon LO serve wilh the array Rnd navy, and that tbe bal! players of belli (he major and minor leagues would naturally jo conscripted owing to '.heir excellent physical condllion Sport Summary Chicago, May Lecn- New.York light weight knock- ed out Thorn at, Phila- delphia, In the rrun'd of a round baut at Philadelphia. The bout at Milwaukee at .wMch Fred Fulton ind Bob De-, vore, wcre-to'fur- .nlih'i wind-up Friday night, hat been called off. Fuifon hurt hand. l r Caddatk, for wreiHlns henort, defeated A. L. Euutt of Wichita, Kintal, In two ttralQhl ftilli at Dei William Dilhoefer, catcher, f being robbed of their homes, :hey helped in various prays lo people on the land and pro- vide for with the result lhat now Sou.hcrn Alberta Is tho best cor- ner or the North American continent Hay Knight of Raymond added his praise, ilc lias known lion Mr. McLean for 17 [md-coulr gressive. Give us men like Hon. A. J. McLean and we coutliiuo to administer the province wttli Ibe single aim of the most good Lo the most people." WE STOCK BRANTFORD, CROWN AND STANDARD BICYCLES. Fitted with Dnnlop Traction Tread Tiros and beet equipment throughout. Prices from f 40.QO to casb or easy terms. Second haod cycles a 1 way3 ID Block. Repairs end accefiEorles. Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 Fifth Street S. P otatoes Wanted CAR LOTS OK LE6S i'rjst be OJod ilied, cound whlti ttock. Phone 732 or call it Saimders Hay and Grain Co. 2nd Avenue S. Henun's Auto Livery 24 Hour Servlcf Capable Orlvera Phone 1312 Oalln Hotel and organizations like the have been responsible lor juRKesling mncli of the leslslallou which has been put on the slatuto books. LtgialaUon, He h oil el now that a start hurt been made along the lines of tho Farm Loan Uill, Hie Farm Machinery Uild the Farmers1 Co-operative Elevator Ar.t tmd similar legislation, thai tbc oinloion Govcrncqent would soon see s TV ay clear lo remove other diffi- Ultica by araendmeul to tlie Banking .ct_ The farmers, lie declared, are ic bKliuonc o[ the country. While icy prosper, the rest of Ihc province rosperg. AVheri they arr not pros- erous, the resT of IJie province snf- crs. This had teen shown in Soutli- rn Alberla in WM when Hon. Mr. IcLcan vas right on the job and dltl ylhln.fi In his nmvor. and broimtit .._ power of thc'govcrnmenL to the nsk of keeping Ihe people on ihc land ml providing for (hem tJiat they, miybt lake advanlage oi Ihe prosper- iu3 limes which jiavc follnwed. Mr. Stewart then dealt brletly wilh mailers of leglslalion and adminiftra- lan such as Ihe Cow bill, road bulld- ng and Ihc telephone service, anil v.-cnl on to warn Kic peolile thai they espccL HUlc exueudilurc on public works In the near future. Weighty Questions, "We 'are lo have weigh h'1 lesllons to deal with aftcv the when thousands of Canadians return .o Ih'eir various occupations flooding Ihe country wilh labor.' We may then eipect reduced prices for pro- duce, and a labor eurplua. Do you not' Uiinli it good business on our nlo with Grab RL Ihlrd-baio and Dave w Sheari covcrlDR the mlddlo bag. Ukme Iheir The Brooklyn KatEftnala released Pitcher Richard Durnln lo the Mgon- treal club of Inlernallonn 4 DIAMOND' JOTTINGS. It Isiup to the chjimplon Brooklyns Lo pull IbenijBelTM together mid play re drmwlnff In haril. UllInn opines that vhen Tom Hughes and Dick Rudolph (o pitch In heal form nothing can atop the Boitoh BravM. v "Bnnny" Uearce's 'Unlrerslly of Corth Cur-olfnk (earn won eleren of KB slx.teen nameg, defeating Vlrffnla for tlie firil lime In Mven Htuther, the Cubs' all-round nian, who played lirat buse unlll .Merkle Rccured b'y Mitchell following Iho Injury o_i__ ._ pitching. '.o Suler, hat back (o V The Mac km en were ihe1 first team In Ihe American Ltngue'lo reach the In base hits, and the Eay lhat his word was as good as his bond, "II we clean goycrnriicnl' he declnreri, "we must nuc men like Archie McLean in bur legislature Clean men and a clean government.' Accepla Nomination.: Midst rounds of plause lion. Mr. McLean look Ihe plat form lo accent Ihc itonilnndon. "I ts a great pleasure Id he sak "lo know lhat 1 have heen endorse! by tlio VCD lion afler representing the cllslrict for eight years. It Is en couragluR also to Ihc lad- les arc taking Iheir places In llic pol- Itlcr.l life of Ihc country. They are jound'lo have si great influence on1 those "seeking positions, and that ln- Nucncc will mako for cleaner govern- ment. During ray term of office 1 have taken a grcal intcrcsl in Ihose InslSlullons in my charge, the provin- cial Jails and the Inslitnlc for Ihc feellc jnlmlcd. In connection with the latter we have spend [o date orer one million dollars in site, buildings and We'hare neirly fiOO In- at the present tlmer so Dial Iho Institution Is proving a heavy load to .'the- .government. Jl je costing .about a year. In all my tlt- partmcnl the expenditure of part lo conserve o'Jr borrowing power so that when that lime. ive can if necessary, step into the breach, and by a large program of road building, telephone construction and effort in oilier departments, seek to providn labor for surplus men in order to tide over the period of reconstruc- tion after the war. "Do- yon not think tills is good arkrd the" JninuUer. "Materials are high now. The cost ot labor is high. The country Is prosperous. Lot us con- serve" enisles and borrowlnp order that when ihc men come we .will be able to carry ou Ihem every opporlunlly lo find a normal condition prevailing'. Yoi IIBVC probably been used IQ wllncsa- Inff'a icaianVablc flcHvily in times preceedlng clcctinns In the pasl. Yoi vill sec nothing of this In Alberta at ;ho election which we may expect ii the_jiear future. We arc husbanding our resources and we arc going to op pf al lo the people of this province on the record of our ii.aet administration and on the progressive, legislation i havo placed on the statute about unnually Icr. annually lo adn Thli Is a heavy' loud dmlnls- I hi present Income of the g'overnmcnl, bul il wonld not be were wo to be fronted cur rlehls by Otlaws. Failure of Opposition. "The opposition aVe fond of crying blue nilii, but spile of all their Evening Meeting. AL the evening meeting Hon. SUPERIORITY Considering pqwerj mechanical details, lux- ury, comfort, first cost and maintenance the StudebaLer is supreme. Here are some of the ch aracteristics that have established Studebatcr as the undisputed leader of all Canadian-made automobiles: 3jjx5 inch bore end stroke silent and economical in operation. Full-floating Rear Axle Cull equipment of Timken bearings. Loag, easy-ridiDg io front, elliptic in Sludcbakcr-TVasner 'Electrical System 1 ciiTipic, reliable, never-failing. Individual, form-fitting front scat next to driver's reversible. Armchair auxiliary seaU lhat disappear under lonneau sent