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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THREE THE LETHBRIDGR HHRALn U'ESDAY, MAY 22, 1917 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus ME 1 DROPPED, tM 1 THIS. ARMOUR! HOT. WU 7 League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. XCK PhllBileliilila'-s Chicago Louis Cincinnati Pitlsuurs I'.C. .Gil II D AMERICAN Won. Lost. Dosion .7......fn 10 ,17-r, 10. Chicago Cleveland.......- IS .16 15 15 20 .310 Benny Kauff is Now Hitting in the .300 Class vlS 13 -17 11 IS S. 21 T.C. .613 '.G30 .011 .523 1 .155 ,433 '37J '.270 Giants Win.; New York. May York tic-, Pittsburgh lo "burfi mude a. strong finish Jscorlir; two runs In ihc ninth on a double, two singles and a forced piny. PiUsburg 3 5 New. Vork I' S 2 Jacobs and Fischer; Tesrcau and McCarty. Airlighl Ball. Brooklyn, May, Louis bundled hits-on lop of two errors "in the second Inning today, scorins fpyr rung off. Clianey, enough lo win, -as Meadows "pitched the 6 lo 2.' SI. Louis B 10 1 BrooXlyn-........ 2 73 Meadows and Gonzalcs; Cheney, jMafriuard; pen and Miller. Win. Boston, May 31.-Griffiths sacrifice fl> lo right field, with the bases full nnd, one out. In; llic lentil, allowed Kopf-lo score with the run llial "won for Cincinnati 2 lo 1. Cln- clnnali gavq- Schneider remarkable support. r Cincinnati1'......___ 2 S 0 v.v. i C 3 Schneider antl Clarke- Tvler and Gowtly. r Drops to Third Place. Philadelphia, May Chicago lost loi.ayV Knmc' to J'hlJatlsIpWn 4 to 3, and dropped from first, lo third plncc In tho Nat tonal I.eafdc race The home team von by making six successive singles off Db'uglas and Si. Louis XVaslmig Ion'. Detroit Phlfedelnhla New Yorfc-DetroU, postponed, rain. PblladcJphla-CHjvehnd, f postponed, ULJ> .Hosion-Cnlcago, postponed, rain. Louis, postponed, Chicago -I ____ Philadelphia v Douglas, Uun'aree, 3 Prcndergasl and Wilson; Itivcj- anil Kllllrcr. INTERNATIONAL. -Hicltmonfl 2, -1, 2; Montreal 3. ProvJdence 7, 30, Iloohesterv 2, v rkv post pervert, Toronla and cold uufialu Hiid wcl grounds., NORTHERNr! MlnoL 5, 11; 1; Winnipeg J, 3, .1. Warren 0, 4, 6; Fargo Moorchead S, JI. 1. N6RTH WESTERN Al 9, 11. Greal- Falls'A S, 3; Winnipeg. Mar special dts- alcli from Ottawa to (ho Winnipeg 'olcgrnni says In jtart: (COKTINUED FkOaC FEON'T MAGRATM ?.laerath. May prjng wheat was seeded Insl we the acreage will not he quite so large as last season, on accoTjnt of the back- want spring-, and besides a consider- able amount was tHeced hi, the con- MODS rains of lato however, will work "Ontario members who have return-1 wonders wlih the grain llial was totoy after spending the stubbled fn. As soon as the farmers n Ihelr conslilucneics. report sentHcaii on the again, a large mcnl Eilmosi unanimous in favor of of.flax, oats and barley will MHI.r.rii.iiAn ii bc areif that will' excess of last year. in tho vard arc exhibiting a keen interest in he large prizes (he Mormon church jre offering' for the hcsl acre >atch of and the best acre ol They liave their eyes fixed sphiiit-liko, on the 51000 prize, anc 'eel thai at least the wheat prize wil >e landed by some one in Alberta. IRON SPRINGS. Iron Sprjngs. May concerning Ihc crop in Iron Springs moving in a favorable way. The rain which came on Tuesday and Wednesday was very accept- able, although the crops were not suffering al all for.the lack of mois- ture government's, conscription policy. It ias also given a wonderful Incentive o eiilislment. It is expected that houssiids will rusli to Join tbe colors before compulsory service comes into eftccl. "The government will not consent lo a referendum nor the exemption or Quebec. If necessary, closure will bc used lo put conscription into effect at once. 'II is very probable General Sir Sam ifihes will bc chairman of the con- scription board _dnd associated ivith lim will be two prominent Liberals and five prominent Conservatives. the required age limil must register and exemptions will be made afterward. Xo class will be exempt." Spokane -t.-l, 1. Al Seattle .2, .c7- 8. 1; DIAMOND DOTS (With the District Little Denny Kauff has notr-tec prcss-agcnlcci lo death ILls sprlrtg. As h result Benny is showiiig.up lo.rauch 'ocitcr advantages with the Giants than he did at this, lime last year, and all because the baseball public Is taking him as a matleV'.'of course .and not ex peeling too 'much, of ThrouEhout the spring training trip Dt the Ginnls KnufT exhibited batting Eind fielding ability that Is with.Iiuii, and he looked 50 per cent. Letter because he dfd not have a worry In the world. _ The Knowledge that thtbasehall public was watching every moyc he his hilling most of all and column itler co.lumn lliat was wriLlcn lihi gol to bc a subject Tor no; little nmouiil or "kidding" directed at Denny by Hie members of his" own J..-W. Kvans. of Magralh. returned Sunday from the International Mining convention reported people in thd coast province most enthusiastic ever the outlook at the present time. Tho Herald spor'. .scribe Till .._ pleased lo receive roanagera of baseball club (hi'oughpuf. the Eouili news of what (he boys and the (cams arc doing -frtftn, time to', time. Tho south Is plumb ot baseball igallons this spring and we don't Card Filling up for Victoria Day Horsemen and of a good horct race al{ over the south are V praying Old Sol to get on the Job for Thursday afternoon's matinee event at fair racei will be and two run- ning. Entrin ire beginning 'to1 corpe Jn-d'the card, fooki to be a There Is nothing much elie'dilng on the holiday af-x fernoon In the.way of a big erowd will be on deck prbtiedlnaS. want thera to hide their i a Ilcporls of'matched games will be most wcl conic, 'iriho box score Is ayallabje so School loagucx ganiB.lAsl .njglil >etwecn Ilaall's and' Central, grounds.' Honoris from Slavely have It lliat Ab While, who tried out with one of he Northwestern league teams-this njing. will pilch (or the his FAMOUS MACKMEN SCATTERED Ccmnfe'' MackM''AtfiloUjca.' woii 'tbctr bat Aprtcrlcitn loAEUc'pcnnnnl In 1914, luil wcrrf.beAlen by lltC Hosfon JJra In the' wbrlrl's (icrlcs, Mack went thrriigf] the tena'dn With 54 men. Of thai number llio Inll manager stlU rc- I.ecUo pitcher; Stuffy McJrnls, flral nil Amoa Imao, A The other jnfcrnbon! of tho 1914 ctam- plonai wcro llch'ricf, Drcsulor, Coomba, bavla, MflnV, 1'ennocX, Shaw- tcy --'Wycfioll .McAtoy, fa Barry, Kopr, Oldr, WahV, Dnloy and Thomrv don. In the league today nro Shawkcyi K. Col- Uatrj', Murphy while, the NillonM (onOoonitti nml Kott. n. this district, jiradically everyone s makirc effort to get as much broken as possible fa time to get il indcr A gooa iiiaiiy have, trac- ors; since horiees arc so scarce. Soiac of the men wlia Lurn coal arc reeling Ihc effect of llic coal Flrlkc, being itilo lo secure deliveries of any kind. The making fair gress. A considerable amount of land Js being prepared for the sowing of flax and bats, but as yet compar- atively lUllc is in. Insl at N'elsou, from Spokane. "The mineral resources or U.C. have barely .been said Mr. Bvans lo The Herald, "and men, and capitalists' of ihe GRASSY LAKE. Grassy L3Xe, Hay at the seeding has progressed very .well In this spell of good weather, Ibc soil is in excellent shape and our farm- ers havo more machinery, especially engines, lhan ever before, consequent- ly more work can -be accomplished iu (he Eanie amount ef Lime. It was noticeable .all spring, that every few- days a Ira'c-lioif engine ,waj being un- loaded and taken oul Inlo Ihe sur- rounding counlry lo lilt ihc soil. and say (here iv111 bc as much acreage under crop as planned, Ihc only delay Ihis ireek was the -lltUe rain and Vinfl- miningj storm ot Wednesday, which stopjied United work one-half a "day. There were in all men al Horses are working also early the .convention, or whom 100 were late and we don't _hesilate to States are beginning'to look lo it as Wheat sowing will be completed new field for operations. There, jtlia naile hurt Kauff last year. II. hurt [were delegates (here'from New York jul dozens of other big Slates cities. tlon'l know how'raany millions of ipllal may bare .been represented." 'Mr. Evans Iho Smeller [cam. Some.. writer of .baseball in-among tho-miners, tlierc Is :oal being town. KanfT last year as hnvlng said be would .show up tbe Giant sluggers. Ho' would show 1cm how lo Jill pill. And sorno ol Ihc players look" it to ica'rl. As a result every Hmc, Kauff failed at Iho bat some of Ihc boys on the bench reminded him of "what he had said" and HID thins gbl on his ncrvci. Kluft la ''broken In" now, and he learned thai ono lip from Mc- Grav Is worth'nil Ihc, scattered erf Vice of: a many-minded basoball pub- lic- Following McGraw's orders will probably make .300 hitler out. of KaufT this'year. In liie last averages available Kauff is'hitting' exactly .MO. at Trail JIBS partly "closed downswing account of the strike which JK noy, o lack ol coal and coke, due to Ihc Blrike in district No. IS. The Vastorton .Mining Co., in H. C., ot which Mr. Evnns Is managing Ing all over In Ihe district willi (he exception of late oals or barley for feed. The seed acreage is a. rger iliau In 1010, white some have! own on the stubble. The rains of. ihc ast weok have been sufficient lo ake a good start, thus CQEUlQE a rop for thfs important }-tar licre arc a few fleids ot winter wheat hich stood Ibc winter well, ana ven is a promising crop. Tha creage in potatoes and other veget- will bc much larger than usuab the Increase in popjljiiin v.ili export trade will find a rudj, market for all (hat is grovn. above the The steam outfits arc reeling the shortage of local mines aVe unable lo supply Ihc demand and on COALDALE. Coaldale, May Orowlh la abun- dant on every hand. The grain, even n other years when seeded earlier looked teller than 'at prdfeenl very rapk seeded and HIGH COST OF.LlVtSG. yVallcr. bring lorty dollars' worth Of liaui find eggs." "We nori't serve half The alfalfa Ms making growth.' All the wheat large proportion of tlic oats. Some are already seeding flax. Tho acre- age of flax will be 'considerably lar sor this year thah bereldfoie, hut by tow. much will bo difficult, to dcler Sport Summary ChFcigo, May Dillon, wop from.Jack Me-. parren 0f Toledo, In: every round 'of round bout'at-Toledo. LCI Dirty, Auilrillin puflllit, Who been critically 111 at Memphlt. Ii to hive virtual- ly patted the ttMt. The annual regatta of the Cen- tral Amateur Rowing Af- wcljtlon here July 20 and 21, haa been called off on Kcount df war. deck tonight the- Job will be finished In fine style. Tho diamond (s 'a Ilttlo stlckr Tel but filx hours' sun will pnl II In great shape'for Thuraiky game which la called for 6.16. The iwiys .will bo oiil C.nfng, wcallicr pcrmltlluK. lasl pracllcer and tho Ifnc-tip will announced for tbo FranX Tabenkl of the world'i pocket ftiHtard cham- plarr, fn opening block of the title natch wfth Larry Stouttn- burfhf Buffalo, at Itie end 55 to 32, tin referee tilled the Mack to an end for Ihe ELKS CLUB AlberU Mack lUoltlf Romi, Haom, tttrm. 'KtfUK'.mteilifi, IK u4 VMtiK an- f W, L, cWk. Kill ltd Ralffr. AMCH MONTREAL 'o GLASGOW MACLEOD. MacIeoO, past week s given us our first ere. jusl as (he wheat is showing it The Sharp- est Razor may now feel like a piece of Hoop- iron -but wait 'til June 3rd WE STOCK BRANTFORH CROWN AND STANDARD BICYCLES, 'Filled TfiUi Dunlop Trtctlon Tread Tires and best equipment liiroufhoul. Prices-from to cuh or easy terras.. Second bao'd cycles la slock. Repairs and accessories Letbbridge Cycle Co. 110 Fltth Street S. SKIFF For Sale 'AT A BAROAI.N A foirKWrcd Lcp-Spreak Skiff, newly' Minted, has .been donated 16 (hi ALEXANDER QALT CHAPTER, f. O. 0, antt Is foV .Bale, and can -be viewed by plionta.; Mrt. W. H. Sevtnth A. t, lar ef ChafUr R" J i il ead This AND PLEASE DON'T FORGET WE ARE AT'YOUR'SERVICE, (TO PLEASE, THANK YOU.) Your Tires We have i mar (e line up your whecli and plxe tlm without extra to you. And for selection we hive Diamond, Goodytars, in any size. Heavy Chains ANY SIZE you WANT AND PRICES MIGHT. BACK or. umeii' C. ;