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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HtiftALft MAY 1018 BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manna VOU BET THE WOULD TO HEM TO HAVE HE UTTUE IN THE IF VOU KEEP THAT UP BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTH HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Tommy Burns To Fight Fulton Will Meet Him At Vancouver May exchamprion heavyweight pugilist of the arrived here passed his medical exami nation and leaves for Vancouver this afternoon to join the forces as a phy sical instructor at Hastings Fark Sums announced that he intends to do battle with Fred claimant of the heavyweight title in a six round match in if such a go can be staged in aid of some war Tommy says four weeks training will put him in his old time form and he thinks he can make Ful ton step Eastern Class A A Magnates Would J Have Benefited by Redistricting New minor league baseball magnates who last November to sanction a redistrlcting of minor leagues during the meeting at Jjouisville probably are beginnig to I the light it is too Several leagues which are steering flearer and nearer the rocks of de struction and those which went over the brink might have been saved if bad gone The day has gone now when a con certed effort can be made to save the They must live or die to gether and the territory they leave when they succumb may be picked up when better days come The International one ot those to vote in favor of redlstricting offers an object lesson to other lea When this league skidded around the corners of midwinter and voted to the territory was toft open and players were declared free The Toronto for in loot heavily when Napoleon Lajoie signed to manage the Indian apolis and several other play ers were snapped up by the Ameri can If the best cities in this league had been combined with the best cities in the American As sociation there would never have been any The teams dropped from each circuit could have been embrac ed in stronger and more compact or Now Lincoln and Denver have faded from the scenery in the Western Providence has gone into the Eastern league in the Richmond has been left without a Montreal has no baseball of the professional These cities could have been taken cire of in the districting plan figured out by The men who fought the redistricting knew they were ready for the but they grimly held hoping against I hope that something would LEAGUE IS Tacoma and Spokane Poor Attendance is Cause of Early Smash are coming early in the minor league formations this Spokane and Tacoma have been drop ped from the Pacific Coast Inter national as the following from the Spokesman Review will show the an nouncement of Russ Tacoma that he would withdraw his club on account of poor the magnates met here today before TheVancouverSeattle game and de cided to drop Spokane from the Robert president of the upon receiving Halls decision last called the meet ing of Dugdale of the Seattle Bob Brown of Vancouver and Jack Sullivan of at which U was decided to further reduce the league to four Last night president of the Spokane eaid that he had received a telegram from President Blewett of the asking him to report in Seattle yesterday for the The telegram con tained the information that Tacoma would from the Farr did not receive the message un til too late to Farr received no further word from The Spokane club waa scheduled to leave for Portland but now that Spokane is out of the league many of the players will remain Several will hook up with other teams of the FULTON TO MEET May cording to a telegram received here today from Mike who ia in Fred of heavyweight has ac cepted an offer to fight Jack Demp sey 20 rounds at on July The message also announced that Pulton will fight Willie Meehan in San Francisco Friday Oeschger Pitcher Oeschger of the looks to be a much improved twirler since the close of last His 1917 record wai 15 won and 14 The Is irtant MICHEUN RED TUBES ARE CURVED TO FIT THE Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL New York 23 Chicago 22 Cincinnati 21 Pittsburg 15 Boston 15 Philadelphia 14 Brooklyn 12 Louis 11 to H 1G 15 IS IS 21 23 Frederick Fred Mitchell Rouses Interest of Baseball Fans May made a clean sweep of the three game series with winning again today six to Score 12 0 9 2 Hearne and Wilson Jac obs and Only two games The baseball world has never heard much about Frederick But there are seven managers in the National league who have a wholesome respect for and he is better known as Fred manager of the Chi cago the Miracle is the AMERICAN Boston 21 New York 19 Louis 16 Cleveland 19 15 Philadelphia 14 Washington 15 Detroit 10 IB 14 17 16 18 20 17 way some writers refer to and though Frederick may not be able to perform it is not altogether within the pale of possibility that he will perform wonders with the Chi cago Mitchell is a He has the squarest jaw iu the National And like moat follows who ac complish he is of few and ob servant to a high MitcHell isnt the easiest fellow in the world to warm up in an But once he does the interyjewer is im I pressed with the fact that he is chin ning baseball a wno caa his May made it three out of four in the series today when Boston won one to Bush allowed Chicago only one Score 1 0 5 0 Clcotte and Lynn Bush and May won the final game of the series here to day four to Score 9 1 Washington 8 2 Erickson and Stanage Haus en and May milk held Philadelphia to four hits to and Louis won three to Score 13 2 Plays and Studies Philadelphia 4 0 Lowdermilk and Nunamaker Perry and TheCub pilot has been a player and a student of baseball ever since he was old enough to toss a ball Born in abou 40 years Fred Mitchell grew up among a j crowd of lads who dreamed and devoured When he grew old enough he aspired to be come a great pad although ho never set the world afire with pitching he finally arrived at a position of One of Games Great As a coach of ballplayers he ranks as one of the greatest in the He was chief lieutenant in this line under George Stallings of the Boston Braves and Stallings was loath to part with him when the Cube started out to grab him as But gtallings was able to aee Mitchells opportunity to forge and he did not stand in the way when it came to a Mitchells 1918 Cubs are a rival of the Giants In this The Cub pilot is a con genial manager with his but New May won he demands the best there is in them the last game of its series with New York today on home run drives in the seventh the score being 3 to Score 6 1 New 7 0 Bagby and ONeill ridge and Mog AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 3 Paul Louisville 3 Kansas City Other games INTERNATIONAL Aberdeen 3 Vancouver INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First 1 Tor onto Second 1 Tor onto Buffalo 2 Jersey City Rochester 2 BlnRharapton Syracuse 1 Baltimore PACIFIC COAST Sacramento 0 Los Angeles Vernon 2 San Francisco Oakland 1 Salt Lake 1000 every and ho generally gets That he will get results with the Cubs is a Mitchell started his professional ca reer wiih Concord in He next went to Lawrence and did so well that he waa taken on by the Red From Boston he wont to the Athletics and later to the Dodgers and Toronto It was while in Toronto that pitcher to a change came a he changed from H and with the change in As a catcher he hook ed up with the and later went to Stallings was so impressed with that ho took him to Boston and Fred played his part in helping cess in tin Braves to sue LONG SHOT Belmont NVw May paying 10 to won the Metropolitan handicap Old Koemig and Prigcilla Mulllnn Time Omar Khayyam waa among the HUN May are Gorman prisoners of war in OrBftt ll waa anuoimced in the hoyse of commons today by Jameii Ian Me parliamentary secretary ta the war Of he were employed in farmlns and other work of national importance more had been designated for similar PUBLIC PREPARED May The British pub New May thousand j He received tho of the resurap all Jewish refugees from Hon of the Gorman offensive with less wero drowned when the i manifestation of anxiety than waa tttuamship carrying u olwerved luring this critical days last j KIMlist of was recently sunk In At that time the i according to a cable sprang u surprise as the British poo ROGER the slugging shortstop of the Louis announces that he will retire at the end this and live on his farm at Fort BURDETT the Bow Island Repairs effected at the Burdett Ho tel since the recent fire have again placed this hotel in a thoroughly ser viceable Brown has gone to considerable expense in re fitting the rooms and those who have been accustomed to stopping here will find the new conditions satis factory in every It has since been learned that the damage caused by the fire reached over Bird left on Monday to visit friends in the One of the largest deals ever put through in this district is now being and probably within the next few davs announcement will be made of its The deal in cludes the purchaee offive and a half sections of lying about fifteen miles south of the selling price being twentyfive dollars per Walter Strowger of Roch ester is conducting the purchase on behalf of a large syndicate and the aale is being arranged by of both whom arrived here this week after making an inspection of and the staying in town a few days to make final U is the Intention of tho new we to break acres this year and sow to Brown will probably get the con tract to supervise tho As a fur ther indication of the interest shown in farm lands around Uurdett It may be of interest to mention Ryge Js now endeavoring to locate acres in this vicinity in behalf of some outside and Swaitz will take over the management of the Burdett commencing with June and Brown will probably re aide in the Millanl It will be re membered was recently seriously In lured in an auto has now wfflclently recovered to return tie Is Htill very but It is hoped thut with strong constitution he will soon regain his former good grain received and printed hero to day by the from its cor The telegram stated that thu ship wtts on her way to ot sinking wero found the public pie did not expect the allied line to fall On the present tho much advertised re sumption of fr 4 4 FEEL THE SAME ABOUT IT May That much the name general feeling exists towarda the Overseas service among r returned noldiers in Saskatche as voiced by the of is the statement made by Grant Mc provincial secretary of tha iu a statement to the endors og ha views expressed by the Ontario 1 01 TAKE LEAVE May Correspondence of the Asso elated of tho crew of the Vindictive was asked by a friend who met htm on hie return What happened to film when the old cruiser was blown up in the harbor of 4 overboard was the the next thing I rememberwaa when I came to in An officer lean ed over mo and told me I had earned the a money bonus and a weeks What did you to that asked his I told him Id like to have the leave replied the FINEWEILIS IN AT The board of trade has received full particulars ot the flowing well recently brought in at Foremost from of that The well drilled by Gard of Medicine who first start ed drilling wells in this district in the fall of The venture of drill ing H well in Foremost waa under taken by a number of citizens who have formed the Foremost Light and Water incorporation under The well is 640 feet hole perforated pipe at bottom resting In sand The flow of water is about six gallons per min ute accompanied by sufficient gas to maintain a steady blaze when the wind Is not too The water is perfectly clear and soft with a alight taste of the same remarks be ing applicable to all artesian wells this district to re serve supply will be provided by the erection of a 300 barrel tank but no effort will be made at present to pro vide a pressure who hae drilled all of the wells has been success ful in striking water at every at The flow in the different wells In one It is 16 gallons per minute while the water in two of them barely oozes over the and in another the water only roue to within 30 feet Lengthof time engaged in drilling runs from four to nine Foremost well cost per foot plua board for a crew of five this crew working eight hour shifts day and May Robert minister of said that the diplomatic representatives ot the allies at Jassy had notified Houmanlu that their Government could but con sider null and void the stipulations of peace forced on inasmuch as they violated the rights and In terests ot the allied powers and principles for which they were flfht PRAISE WILSON May avening newspapers yesterday expressed keen appreciation of President Wilsons address to congress on The Westminster Oaeette says President Wilson touched his highest note in his recommendations to con gress of the new taxation America must impose upon On thla line the note of Idealism did not ob scure the practical purpose of his Tho United States are not sparing themselves and there ia every intimation that congress will accept the new load with The Star says President Wilsons speech stirred jour Ships aro crowding faster and faster to tho ports of France and England with regiment after This in his vivid the very peak and crisis of the GERMANS WARN FELLOW COUNTRYMEN IN May notice ap pears in giving warning against attempts to communi cate by mall with Germans in Ame ica through neutral Red Cross or ganizations under cover of Red Cross The notice says such let ters are invariably Opened by the American authorities and may give valuable information regarding con ditions in H says more that such letters may never reach the persons to whom they arc addressed and that these persons run the risk of being The warning does not apply to com munications through the Red Cross to war prisoners and interned SERVICE STATION HENRVTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Battarlee Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 Auto Tires OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famoue Haywood System ReTreading and Repairing By ExperiencedWorkmen All Work Guaranteed SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR RIM CUT REPAIRS 201 Ellleon Mills How Many Old Tires Did You Change When Out Driving on Sunday Replace those old casings new We are headquarters for all the best makes and BAALIM MOTOR Do Nor Forget to Leave Your Old Tiref anil Tubti in jOur Red Crow HOME Of THE CHEVROLET UNION tANK HARRY I A ;