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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1917. THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL-y HERALD PAGE THREE) ^BRlNGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus AUU tHfi WAV LON; shortly for the winter season,^ arid the game will soon be at its fieight here. Tonight at the "Y" a meeting will be held to organise a bowling league and all who are Intenasted are request-' ed to be on hand at eight o'clock. On Saturday night It is likely that city league bowlers will meet to organize for the season. . Ail bowlers are requested to be on hand. Pt'ospectlve captains are urged to make their entries before the 10th. Weeghman, who runs the Chicago club of the National league, started out a year ago to put some new ideas into the grand old pastime, but his ideas went shuffling off for anothei-* year �when he got tangled up in his training plana. This year, he declared today, .ho is going right on through with them. Weeghman has the idea that hitters can be made. In spite of the oft-repeated assertion, proved many times according ,to present methods, that fear about some real competition from the old standhys, Raymond, who are now donning their armor in practice, and Cardston who have been playing in their town league for some time. Then again the latest reports come from the town of Barnwell which is reputed to have five dark horses under cover, which they will unleash upon the unsuspecting public at any moment. ' It is Calgary's wish to arrange a series of home and home games at once and very likely it may be accomplished about' the 1st of Decern king of all the lightweights, and from outward appearance it would seem so. But Benny has another big asset. He is the possessor of a fighting brain, which gives him an almost uncanny ability to discover the slightest weakness or fault in an opponent, and his split-second judgment while in action has helped him pave the way to tame. Leonard is an ideal champion because of his terrific punching power, and the most popular lightweight king in years because of the fact that he uses his punch with deadly effect. He is lightning fast with that crashing right hand, and he can hit from any angle -svith the speed of a bolt of lightning, V/orks Fast Leonard works fast in the ring, but go th�! limit with his new idea. Just about a year ago Weeghman conceived the idea of taking a crack golfer to California with him and sicking him onto the boys with the purpose of showing them a golf swing in their batting. A follow-through blow, such as is used in golfing, comers as soon as possible. ROWLAND WILL MANAQE SOX AGAIN NEXT YEAR Chicago, Nov. 8.-President Comis-key announces there will be no change Weeghman contented, could be put in the White Sox management next to good advantage on a baseball club. vear. Weeghman handed out the idea in |" This startling information was eli-' n"" ';"'-<='\ "'^^ "J'*"- �"";/" seriousness and engaged Chick Evans I cited from the O^rRoman today fo - time consumed by to maice the trip to California to lowing his return frorS a U days' the first round he has the faculty of careless openings ho appears to leave. The fan sitting at the ringside often gets the,impression that Leonard is deliberately tempting fate because of the rushing stylo lie uses against so many opponents, but he isn't, not for a moment. With the ring of the gong, Leonard is out of his corner like a flash and often flies into his man. But in tq teach tlie club something about hit- JQurn in the wilds' of Wisconsin, ting. However, so much fun was made where he was host to the woodland of the idea and things got so bad , bards. about the time the Cubs beat It for, Comiskey admitted that eveu if it the Pacific coast that Weeghman ' abandoned the idea. This year, he de Clares, he is going through with but he has in view a professional, "busher" another chance next drawing his opponent out-of making mental notes of bis man's best manner of defense and his preference of right or left-hand punches. By the time Benny returns to his corner he L ifn i^nn ^f" "n? Rowland six games g,, campaign mapped out, it I iZZfy^ tt^'V!^^ ^vith the bell for the second round h ^!LJ^ 5i!f 1 is ready to carry it out. golfer as instructor for his men. Fred Mitchel, he says, is agreeable to the experiment. , Will Develop Sluggers JIM COFFEY LOSES Jim Coffey, the Roscommon Giant, may be all rJght in the heavyweight class, but he certainly looked like 30 cents when he stacked up against the ^ young lady who brolight suit against pitcher'aV3umerhis''p'osition7lIe sUd him tor breach of promise in the Now "MADE IN CANADA" York courts tlie other day. Jim went down and out for the, and ft was a contest in which the loser not alone got nothing but had to pay he-sides. The purse in this case was $50, 000 and evidently the young lady got in some hefty punches, because Jim decided to quit, and, it is said, is willing to be let off if she'll Jnst take $10,000 and forget it. son. \ No Exhibition Trip, j The White Sox boss also said the team would train again in Mineral Mitchel has in Chuck Wortman and ' Wells, Texas, providing the natives several other high-class fielders, but there coax a little grass to grow on ^.mc,, ne aisposea or i^eo poor hitters, admirable material to their bald-headed diamond. Otherwise, Johnson the crack colored light-turn over to the teacher. It may be he intimated, San Antonio will be giv- . , jogg time than it takes to hman will nome back with ei-i tiio r,nr,nrt,inu-.r tr. nnto.,...,,-^ jjjg | ^gjj Prior Sizes Up Opponent. A recent bout in which Leonard appeared in New York offered a vivid illustration of the split-second working of his brain; of his ability to pick the flaws in an opponent. It was the bout in which he disposed of Leo that Weeghman will come back with, en the opportunity to entertain a school of bill pla.vers who will be- \ club next spring. New York and Boston fans will rejoice at the news that Comisky has to the time that he crawled through the ropes with Johnson, iZ^i^y^^n a p^^siU^ ^"^t^S^J^^^rl^-^.i^ gin knocking them far and wide with such gusto that the golf swing will *'Tud\aviTre?i^ved''Tnmself of the ' r;"take'a '^me^^^mr^^ ^l^ i'ff '}^T golfing fever, Weeghman came eUher tlfe'oiLs or Cves ^ur^^^^ ^V"? nnnrH.�" ,'^fiV�"^ through with another hunch. He is spring training. i =�^' Leonard s manager, cautioned; going to coach his runners at third ( - base to start for home after a sacri^ fice fly, from a sprinter's crouch. He contends that many runs a year are lost through a baseball player's insistence on watching the ball as it ap- TABER (From the Times). On Wednesday, Oct. 31, Miss Lois Bertha Elder was united in marriage ' minutes of fighting Johnson was on him to go easy in the opening round, Leonard did just the opposite. He ant in ^lis corner v/aiting for the bell and \ while he .sat there he was studying Johnson's physique. In less than tvro proaches an outfielder. The start, he to Herman Warner Steiner by Bishop t'le canvas, knocked out clean and says, could be mads at a sound from the coapher at third. Some mighty tunny suggestions, but the Cubs can stand the experimenting if any club. can. ROBINSON STAYS ON 20k each, 3 for 30c. PAID BIG MONEY FOR f New York, Nov. 6.-Wilbert Robin- HOME RUN BALLS I son, mfinager of the Brooklyns, National league, signed a contract to con- Somo of the baseball nuts paid big money to,acquire the balls that figured in home runs during the recent world's series. Maybe thoy are still Bitting � on them, expecting them to hatch. Women Who Drive Cars like to come to us for their motor accessories because of the service which we giye. No matter how exacting,or how, great a hurry you may be, we __ can and will serve you cour- ' . ' . teoU|3ly and efficiently. Bijou Motor Parlors tinue his management of thp team for 1918. DUNDEE WINS OUT New York, Nov. 6.-Johnny Dundee, of New York, outfought Pal Moore tonight in a lO-round bout. MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMP. THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALXA. Atlantic City, N.J, Nov. C-Henry Irslinger^ won the middleweight wrestling championship of the world ; from Joe Turner hero tonight. He took the second and third falls in 21% minutes and seven minutes, after losing the first fall in llMi minutes. � I SOCIALISTS OF ALLIES TO ORGANIZE London, Nov. 7. - Tho executive committee of the national socialist party of GriJat Britain which favors the continuance of the war until Germany is beaten, has sent an appeal to the,national and international socialists In America to found an International organization of socialists of the entente countries. The appeal aays tlie previous International socialist bureau was broken up by the bad faith of toe German Social-Democrats la A\igi\st, 1914. Hayues of tho L.D.S. church. Both of cold, the parties are residents of Taber. After the bout Leonard explained R. H. Anderson lias sold his resi- that he noticed Johnson was better; dence on tlie south pide to Norman drveioped on his left side. His mus-| Babcock. Mr. Anderson has bought cles stood oiit bolder and harder, the old Wilson home on Hull avenue , When Benny saw that he decided Leo and will move there shortly. i ^vas a "left hooker," and he was right. R. H. Anderson was a Calgary vis- ! into the colored boy without' iter last Friday and Saturday. He feeling him out, for he know � went up to say good-bye to his brother Johnson's best punch before lie had | D. L. Anderson of Edmonton in the lifted a glove, and he kept away' C.A.S.C. who is leaving Calgary soon, i from it. This makes tho third brother "Bob" has serving in the overseas forces. Lieut. Wni. Anderson, who was wounded and is now in England, and Sergt. FARMERS AND LIVESTOCK Winnipeg, Nov. 7.-Farmers of the three western provinces from October , Sam Anderson, who is still in France : 15 to November G, purchased and took: are the other brothers. 'back to the land under the free rate' On li'riday morning last their passed ' policy on breeding heifei-s and sheep away in Taber, Mrs. Eunice Towns 1,587 heifers and 447 sheep. Tliese Shaploy at the age oE 79 years. Eunice were bought at tho union stockyards T. Blckford was bprn in Biddetord, : under the car lot policy: Eastern far-Me., August S, 1838, �was married to , mers took'2,800 steers and 375 heif-Geo. W. Shapley, May 2G, 1861. To ' ers under the special rate policy. The this union was born two children, i demand for breeding stdck since these Mrs. G. S. Schultz of I-Iouston, Texas, rates came into effect from the west' and W, E. Shapley, of Taber, with is very encouraging. Applications are whom she made her homo. The fun- ; coming In steadily to D. Johnston, the era! service was held in the Metho- government official stationed at the dist cliurch on Monday, October 29, at 2 p.m. Rev. Mr. Phiips officiating. Mr. Shapley with his sister, who has been with her mother tho past month accompanied the � remains to ICaty, Harris County, Texas, \vhere they will be lAid to rest beside her husband. yard. LIQUOR CONVICTIONS Regina, Nov. 7.-Convicted under the Saskatchewan Temperance Act of Illegal sale of liquor, the offense being the sale of Cavel's Invalid Port Wine, B. Rodman, aged 17 years, was this morning sentenced to six weeks' \ Imprisonment, and to pay a fine of' $100. Similar charges against J. Pros-1 TRtATMENT FOR SCARLET FEVER Stockholm, Nov. 8,-^Announcement . , _ was made at a meeting of the Swedish terman and John Rush were adjourn-, medical society yesterday by Dr. Karl ed pending the outcome of the appeal � L. King, bacteriologist at the Carolin- In this case. Experts gave evidence < Ian Institute, of the discovery of a as to the analysis of the contents of i serum for the treatment of scarlet fev- the bottle, the percentage of alcoliol er. _ j varying from IS to 18 percent.' 4 AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS At the N. E. M of Sec. 24-5-19, 3 miles S. W. of New Dayton Wednesday, November 14, 1917 1 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. CATTLE-1 thoroughbred SJiofthorn bull, 3 years old; 4 thoroughbred Shorthorn cows, i and 5 years old; 4 milch co'ws; 1 8teer, 2 years old; 1 steer, 1 year old; 1 heifer, 3 years old; 1 heifer, 2 years old; 2 heifers, 1 years old; 1 thoroughbred spring calf; S other spring calves. HOGS-1 thoroughbred Berkshire boar; 5 brood sows;; Vf, spring pigs. HORSES-1 team hrpwa geldings, 10 j'ears old; 1 team black jnares, 7 and 8 years old; 1 team bay mares, S years old; I'team roan mares, fl yearfe old; 1 team iron grey geldings, 4 and 7 years . old; 1 bay gelding, 10 years bid; 1 grey gelding, 1 2year^ olfl;;! black stallion, 8 years old; 1 bay mare, 10 years old; 1 bay mare, 4 years old; 2 fillies, 2 years old; 1 gelding, 2 years old; 7 colts,'' 1 year old; 4 spring colts; 1 sorrel mare, 8 years old. IMPLEMENTS-125 bus. grain tank and gear; 3 straight bed wagons; 1 old wagon and bed; 3 bundle racks; 4 McCprmick binders; 1 W. A. Woods mower;'1 12-ft. BlcConnick ralco; 2 4-horse grain di'ills; 2 12-In. Cockshutt gang plows; 1 12-in. wallcing plow; 1 democrat w.igon; 1 3-section drag harrow; 1 4Tsection drag bar- � row; 3 S-ft. disc harrows; 1 3-section P. & O. packer; 14 sets of harness; riding saddle; 5 oil drums; forks, shovels, chains, etc. ALSO HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. Terms Cash. No Reserve. Everything will bo sold as the proprietor has sold his farm. ^ FREE LUNCH AT, NOON , .r :j J. G. WELSH, Proprietor L. 1. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer Headquarters at L. F. Bonnell's Sale Barn, Phone 1053, Lethbrldge Every Autoist IS With our Accessories and Supplies when he uses them on his car. He at once recognizes : tiial efficiency goes with our'^' auto supply service as well as promptness and moderate charges. We have the very latest improvements in spark plugs and all other accessories and a car equipped with them IS at its besflu every " =way. ' . BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK ^ ; HARRY HOLMAN, MqAI 5674 9509 85 99 ;