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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBKK 7, 1017 h LKninrunoR HERALD PACK THREE 'BRINGING UP FATHER" >y G. McManus! FAST PIE IIP BIG Darona liowlcrs Invnded last li'fbt bul coulilu'L gel Ihc toiiullng and tho local squad, who htUing Ihem In tho groove In masterly fashion; ran away wllh the mnlch hj- 408 pins. It must he ex- 'liliilneil, huwcvcV. that tho IJarona crew wasn't on ucclv with' their, first loa'iii. Dill Mooro ana Clict SIcDan- iela ivcre unable to como and Stark vas In ..UalKary.. 'or the rcsull. might have'iTee'n 'different. Iluf tlic. .Way (lie LelhbrlclBC; EOlDE: lliej- liave'lieen-liard :.to u'eat'v'anywlicrf. Ills ,1', "prayer wbrkfaffV overtime, and iilleil up the lush lireoTga.mc.scoreV'oi ho "ieisbn iv-illi ;63t, rolllnB 223 ?ln Hthe second and the third. Infln 4aiul Sloan 'also 'had liellor. Ihan 200 un a game. apiece. tho local team' b'eat tlie I'OO mart, piling .up a ilhreo total of 275S, wlilch lieen bentcn on the Joral alleys in many a IODB day. Tho Barons crew roller! a very Eood exhibition in (he second game when they rilled up S26, losing hy only 45 pins, Leedy was Ihc only man o[ Hie visitors (o beat Illo 600 mark during the evcnlDg. The crew came wljhln 2C plnsof (he magic 1000 mark in Iheir last gamo, when lliey rolled al an average clip.of 395. The scores: Schedule of Both Big Leagues Will lie Cut to MO Games York, Xov. Ban D, John- son, ever in Die vanguard of baseball ffocfe Clarence Here Is The Reason Chicago. 'N.ov. chief reason [or Art Fletcher's heap much tnlk Uur- (Ito recfDl be- tween tlie Giants and Sox Is explained in.a letter received recent- ly from a close friend of John Mc- Fletcher was niadc la believe that Clarence' Rowland was yellow, and IhiH- It was necessary to do was lo threaten the Sox manager a tew times niiri lie would curl up and reforms, has taken the first step lo-lquil. Art fell for it and nearly had ward curtailing the. schedules for licit his Woch knocked oil. season, it Is likely tho National league "Tlic follow Eult without delay and that both major leagues adopt a sche- dule ot 140 games instead ot the cus- tomary 154-gatuc layout. Definite action In the Tnatter will Hood Leedy BARONS 161. 151 74D 1SI UO ,H5 143 J54 174, 103. 482 515 -m j ,-v ..73S: ses LETHBRIDGE Irjrin 175 144 Sloan 213 151 Dlckaoii 181 159 Sbovor 1C8 ..Z2S Harrison 176 JSS 7SS 3351) 5U 515 62C 54 8 813 871 -Hihis He is Ready to Post a Side bet for Match in a ..If Harry. Main still fc-lleves that a month's tram I rig he can pin Walter Anderson's shoulders to "the mat, he has the best chance world to try it rfirt. There Ts no doubt in the world that Heln was" n6( M good when he met Anderson here a week but, Anderson fs ready and willing lo give him a "month get into shape and will then meet him. Anderson hints .that he is willing to consider a little thing like a side bet. It all depends now on Tfi.keeping himself In condition by bowling with the Bsrcns squad. He part of the aggregation last night and his cannon ball hsd the pin. setters climbing ..the wall at the north end alleys- In great Will Play Loral-H. S. Girls in Y. M. C. and Slarej-Meei; Tlic ame bllleil for Mon day evening hi the city league wag postponed, owing, to dlaablemeni of George ot the Stars. The league la drawing ID a and when .MoDarchs clash on" evening it will bo tlio lost lliiie Ihesc two trams moot Jn- tills sche e. .rJcJay "evening's will provo a special attraction tor as fin atldet fen lure _ Iho Clarcshplni lligli schoo girls ar'o coming down to Iry 'conclu slona with the girls' ;baskulball lean of Iho LcUibrldgo H. 9. Tho locn gtrls are nractlcliig liartl every clay Tor tho game and hope to be able to lower, the colors ot the girls the "souLh's' leading centre this year- Uant-ideii was a New York bril ag- be taken when the baseball leaders foregather aL the winter mcet- as in this city, but already various lub owners nre making arrangements or operating on a reduced schedule, 'here doesn't appear to be tiny dlssal- sf act ion with the announced Jnten- lon of Mr. Johnson and his colleagues 0 cut down the playing schedule, and t Isn't likely any will develop. The endency of the times is ion-aril re- renchmcnt, and the culling of the chedule is primarily Ji duce expenses next season. May ClastvAbbut Opening Dete The only point ahont which there may. he-some debate is tlic date on the season will get under way. Mr. -Johnson, in Ills' statement gircQ on I at SL declared Iho Amor- can league campaign 'would start about April 27 or May 1 and continue unlil Hie mfddle of September. hongh a majbrlty of Iho American league club Ifnoim, lo': fa- vor n lato start and an early, JH undersiooii that National lea sue men desire to start the' season about ho same'tlmo biil lo stop earlier and stage.-the" world ser- ies toward.the end of Is altogether likely, however, that some amicable arrangement will, be made and Ihal about a week will be Jopp, :.off each end ot the major lea- gue, season. In reducihg the acJiedulo from' 154 lo.HO games the American league will eliminate only 14 contests.'- If, ag'.Mr. Johnson :aunounced, the league its soasoh as lato aa April 27 or'fray 1 and concludes playlug nhoul Ihc mid- dle of September; It will be necessary lo considerably more than H games. It is doubtful whether a ma- jority of tho club' owners will'stand. for such n reduction as would ho ne- cessary hi Ihe event tho season is .started on llio dales' mentioned by 31 Juhuson. New York Owners Favor Plan Both Harry N. Hcmpstcad of (he tho. letter says. "In spile of Ihc fact lhat he is a Now Yorker, lie had a big bet down on the Sos, and want- ed ID see a few of the Giants crippled. He knew from the start that Bone- head Fletcher would fall for It. "lie had a good friend of Fletcher's frame it for him.- lie lold this fellow lhat. Rowland rwas Hie yellowest guy in baseball aud.-tlial If Fletcher, iler- zog and Ximnjerman would go after Howlaud start they could soon get his goat and bull him iolo making all .kinds-.of .mistakes. "1-guess Ilerzog was loo smart, ant! Zimmerman was too dead from the neck up to be able lo think of any hinij iiot lo hand .Rowland., But this IIIR'bone Fletcher swallowed hook rod, real and cvjerythins "You know .what happened. Fletcher cut loose call ngcblm a and'a lq of such sLuH..--It .iiear1 turning out just as this wine ageut had figur ed It .would. Rowland ..was Going eat Fletcher alive and hnvi done 11 In.Chicagoi Jit the umpires hat 10 L: kept them the last gape Here" Fletcher wa: ali ribbed up to" get Rowland's goa and Art certainly had a narrow cscap [rom a sudden Anybody win knows how he can gi when anybody starts .anything wit! him. He told Fletcher what U'wa to io bim "after the game Fletcher was scared stiff. He beat I to the clubhouse and. the las man to leave. He r didn't maUe hi Giants arid Ootooel Jacob the" Yankees concur with getaway until lie was out oE Ibe way. is sure Rowla'n. "Tlio next time .a, wJno agonl trie Lo'sick'Art Flelrher' against Rowland he- will Lare to use something strong- er than wine." HERMAN TRIMS BURNS PAtSY KLINE WINS Philadelphia, Nov. J'alay Klino hnrf 'tho h6H6r ol Willie Jack-' son In a fast six-round bouL hero id'- night. Both .men fire frpm New; York 'bud arc llghiwclgbla. Kline was the In fill except Iho Ihfrd mind, which went'la Jackson by a, BEN ALL BIGGEST-WINNER Tlie largest money winning pacer of llio season la Ben .'ill He w'as named In the big gram! circuit paces and as lh'6'Class, of' Celda fn those events hardly was up to tho standard of recent years, the big, plain looking gelding got mbnoy wfth miles'that ordinarily would not havo sufficed a winner. son's announced Intention lo reduce the schedule. Thoy both bell eye it ivlll bo necessary to retrench nex't seasoii, not because of any-posslblb loss tlto local clubs rosy Incur, but be- cause Ihc lesser may he.hard pressed by war comllllons, as wag the ca'so last summer. Thn new .schedule will enable ilic ball clubs to make a boiler slart for. (ho training cam pa, and I his Is bound lo.be.of benefit, for frequently it lias hcen Ipo.eo.M for get in much preliminary training before the two wcehji In March. It also will cnablo tlie clubs to cut down training expenses, Hem thai mnny loams navo found burdensome. Tho first details''ol llio new scheme will he gone over when tKo American loasno holds Us raeeling in Chicago In Deceraoer.' Womn Drive Cars (o ox lost their second hi Now fork during the recent world's acr- es between the. White Sox and GI- one old-timer, n lover of Amer- j.u league baseball, his hands i (be air and groaned at Ihe utter stupidity In several phiys tho While Sox had gummed up during Iho ser- S- "In tlio old he began, follow- ng the rulo, "such plays never could lapnen. When MtMiillin eame bearing In on that bunt that filled the jases and put a rimer In a position to score, he. one of the worst plays I erer remember seeing n a. world's uerica 1 have seen a lot of them, "With a roan on first and n man on second Jlicre is only onu way to pla3' [or a, bunt. It's practically a clncli that lie bunt will' be jmsbcd down the ilitrd base line. If It is nl all possible Ihc pitcher should bandlo it and Lbcro never should be Ihe slightest argu- ment- _Thc third baseman belongs wUh his foot on the ready lo lake a Ihrbw'Irom the pitcher .and thus cut down Ihc "runner who Is bound lo advance from second base. If Ihe ball Is hiL'hard cncugli Ihc lliird base loan can Ukb it and throw'out a iban at first after first" forcing the mnn comlng'from second. v shorlstoiV cannot because it is up" to him to stlfk close to second and ewer there whllo th second baseman goes to first, to cov cr Inat bag. while ihs Srst baseman playd in for a bunt, "Tbero is cue play Ihe'rVfltilc Soi Be em lo bare.Mastered and .11 is one of the most difficult in baseball, al thciigh It appears lo ue one of th'e easiesL In a double steal It -is tin simple-il thing possible to cul down either tlic min golnff lo second or th man trying to go home, and there, are few limes I have seen the Soi gum iL up. It is a hard play lo master, but once mastered should never go wrong. All depends on the catcher's tbrow arid the_ smartness of the two Infield-: era at second base. One of these two should- run In ahead of .second base, while the catcher makes n low, fast The man ahead of the sack should watch closely for the man on Ihiid (o start. Cf lie makes tho slight- est motion the ball should bo Inter- cepted. Tlicil the runner at third can ho trdppad'with a throw to the sack 'or can he cul'down at tlic plale it lie continues, I liovo seen Fred Pfefler, of [he old White Stockings, make :hat play lime utter time, arid lio'dld ft himself, plunging' Jnlo sccoml and rarely missing his man if Ibc man on third'did not slnrl." BARONS (From Our Ovrn Correspondent) Barous. Nov. more we are avlng1 real summer weather, Threshing Is nearly completed and 11 Hie farmers aro busy plowing. Miss Xohlc. lectured on Friday Lo he ladies of Ibo Woman's Institute. report, a very Interesting lecture a pleasant afternoon. Regular nsLHulo meeting oesL Saturday, No- eznucr 10. Quite a number of llio sports also ereral ladies of town look ia the vrcslling match at Lcthbridgo on Thursday evening1. John Turner, west' of town, gave a louse wanning In Ms fine hew home an Friday evening. A grand tlmo was ad by nil, and Mr. Turner can well ccl proud of his home. Moore Bros, have commenced n their now pool hall and bowling Ily and when completed. "Vilt be the jest in Southern Alberts, bar none. Barons -Js noted for good bowlers and c spec la some treat matches from leighboring towns this wliiter. Thc new Ford Garage will soon be completed ant] wilt uo some iOsllO, all brick with concrete floors, electric lighted, steam healed. Thero vill olso be a strelcli of'concrete side- walk put IP, starting.in front of Mur- ray and Coopers store and .ending fit fio cooler, tlie first concrete -walk hullt. Mr. and Mrs. If. Fror aro visiting friends in Plnchcr Crqck. Sir. Blp.ck aud family from TJpbam. North DalioLa, arrived last'iveeU'and will in a to JJarons their fulure hoxne Daro'ns has a buildinc boom.1 There have been some line new residences built which would bo.a credit lo.'anj city. Jim O'Brien bad tho misfortune to run iirlo a cow, killing her, also doing considerable damage to his auto. George Vennesland ami havo returned to Barons. Can't keep earge away from his old haunts and friends. H is a eight lo sec the grain rolling 11 these days. Tho elevators all teep [illed up, which shows Trhat land around here can do. Roy Wamock was kicfted by a horso breaking his leg. Ho Is getting alone nicely now. The Most Practical Gift To any Soldier is' an The Razor that sharpens its otvn blades ANNUAL MEETING OF C.KICAGO CUBS Staton's Losses Are Over Wceghman and Mitchell Stay Although Iho annual meeting o' llie etockholders of the Knllonal league club licro waa nosl- Doned offlclally to Novembof 10, Iho i mnjorlly. stocVholders-held- R scasiph Vllh Charles president o[ 'and passed, on plans' (or next year. allovred (or llio purchase of new p.lay- ore The scaaort'B losses vrtfe totalled, nnd wero.iald by baseball wrdcrs lo be In .Ihe.nelBhborhcW ot alllioiigh fifeiim'.TJaS lint confirracd. A. ,lf. ol.lho dlrcclort, rfcnicil a rumor that Weeih- man and Jlsna'fccr JKtchcll lo be (old (lid clctila nro pCndlngV Nfb-, jicw players kaohed slgnlnc Home clergymen in'New" Jersey nfc not particularly'popular with goltora hi thai stale Just ai Iho present lime. Tho dominies recently kicked so hard that'a coll contest In which -Trnvera, Dyer, Klrby and While were to appear nnd which was to1 bo held on a.Sunday postponed. It wonjrf seem that any- thine done for tho benefit of ihe.Hcd Cross ouglil to Lo permitted and Ihe bolter Iho day'the boiler tbe deed. SOLDIERS LIKE GRIFF Clarh up his seal al Iho flrel world's Aeries game In Chicago -to Nick A I (ruck and wenl oror and sat vvilli Hip. young officers from yprt 'Phcrulan. "When Ihc sol- diers 'recognized the promoter of the bat anil ball fund Ihty gave Iho Old Fox a mighty cheer n'nd kept him busy shaking hands. METHODS DON'T GO TOGETHER Jack Skclty Offers Vain Suggestion to Boxers Jack Shells', tlio Yonkers fisllc ci- poneni, relieves himself ol Ihc pro- found, reflection- ftiat, boxers of (he rushing typexiyduld-bo much more ef- fective if lliey combined skill with their learlng-ln' methods. One ..would scarcelj-.expect such a bromide from ono in hIs'day ciuilc some battler In Ihe ring.' j Jack-goes on lo" name several flght-1 erg wlip could have done much better If Ihey couW havo combined Hie' wlz-! ardry of Alike Qlbbons wllh Ihe Ins ability of Stanley'Kctchell. Oul fl3 Ihe two never have to- fielhor nnd never can, Skelly rausl ho loll lo sljh lo vain. AUCTION SALE 'OF PARM; STOCK IMPLEMENTS At tUc N. of Sec. 3 miles S. W. of. New Dayton Wednesday, November 14, 1917 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.- 1 thoroughbred Shordiorn bull, 3 years old; 4 thor- oughbred Shorthorn cows, 4 and 5 years old; 4 milch cows; 1 steer, 2 years old; 1 aleer.'l year old; I. heifer, 3 jrcars.otd; 1 lieifer, 2 years old; 2 1'Veara old; 1 thorQuehbi'cd spring call; 5 other spring calves, 1 thoroughbred Berkshire boar; 5-brooi. sowi; .spring piga. 1 team brown gpldlcgs, 10 years old; 1 tcara1 black marcs, 7. and S years team hay marcs, S years old; 1 loam roan marcs, 3 j-cara old; 1 Icam Iron grey geldings; 4 and 7 years old; 1'bay gelding, 10 years old; 1 grey gelding, 1 2yeara r black slnlllun.'S years old ;'J. bay mare, 19' yams' oM; 1 Lay years old; 2 fillies, 2 years old; 1 Bclillug, 2 years 'old; 7- colts, 1 year old; 4 spring colts; 'i. sorrel mnre, S years old. 125 bus. grain Innt' and gear; 3 straight licilf.; 'wagons; 1 old wagon and-. bed; 3 bundle racks; binders; 1 A. AVpods fnOTve'r; 1-12-ft. ilcCoririlck'raljoV'2 ,4-librseV: grain drills; 2.12-ln'. Cockshult gang plows; 1 IZ-Iu] m'.aikfng 1 democrat wagon; '.I a-sccliou drag harrow; 1 4-iqcllon drag bar- row; 3 S-ft. dlse harrows; P. .seU'ot harness; rtdins saddle; 5 oil drums; ALSO HOUSEHOLD GOODS .AND; KITCHEN FURNITURE. V Terms Cash, No Reserve. Everything wjll.be tho. proprietor has sold'rils farm: -'.-.v -f''r' 'J. G. WELSH, Proprf'etor "v L. i.; NICHOLSON, Auctioneer 'Headquarters at L. F.'Bonnell'a Phone 1053, Lelhbrldgo MILLED LOST TO COLUMBIA -Howard Jllllcr, Columbia's star quarterback, Is iranble_ to obtain a furlough to permit Mm lo conlluuo his college vrort. Criach Nelson Mel- calf received word fforrt .Miller al Iho naval training station a( Newport tliai hdvharl'bccn rlctalleiKIOr ssrVIco und couM .not bo rllscbnrgetl; (BniporBrlly Rpy .V Klcren day'di after flrslt.-'wife, TliOniftff- redrcd Now1, tork finftnclor, MrS. C. IT. openliBgcn, N'ov, In an ad- dress on Sunday at Elbintr, West Prus- slt, Phillip SchcldcmnDn, Iho flcrrann Socialist leader, said his parly would support the new government If It kept Us iVoralses. Including for cinal rights Irl Prussia, abolition of pollllcal, ccnaorahip and coacesstons lo labor. WORK RESUMED. i PULaburf, PH., KoV, .wfl.g resiirricd.fn ihe part of the mines In District 4'this morning In cpmpHanca. with tho order of dent ln.lC39 than Iffcnlyof (ha eighty mines rhlch wcrdjrtlc yesterday failed lo relurn lo tnina iBAALlM BACK OF UNION Your call for atslslance will be'promtly answered when- .ever your machlno .may .06 sat whe.-ever It be located. Wo keep our. tmsrgtncy ar.rtity to bring.., first aid lo naolorlsU tress. Our charges are not tlii kind Ihat will "add to cAimoN Riniimbef hni' -you, CCX OF-.TME ;