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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 9, THE urninmnGE DMLH FAUr. "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus HAVE TO STAX DOWTi TOWN ON N'ew York, tho thlril Major league plan Is dorelopipe to- ward fruition was authorllalivelv slalcd yesterday.' President Johnson .of tho American League'bin conic oiit In favor of II, President oi the Aiu-rlcan As- sociation admits -hat four of his clubs AcfiGClaliOM. hare .1 call tor places In while Toroiilo, Butlolo and Ualllmorc have been chosen lor eastern (ran- chlses. Toledo, Cojunihus anil Kansas L'lly ore clamoring-for Ihe fourth bcrlh In the west Promoters Arc Angling For lhc Jliitch and One Offers Jess Big Money York. MOV. Willard Is gelling io fight Fred Fulton someone coinos along and humps Fred off the high perch benon- I'romotors'are now singling for the mulch. Ono of them In Tact, hnR made a definite offer lo Willard'to meet the Minnesota Mauler, only lo have answer lhat he wasn'l Tlie T. M. C- A. bowling league was organized last nlgbl at a meeting held for that purpose at mucb cu. HiTisiasra -fits shpTn. 11 was decided llial feaias of. three men should be Ilie order. A committee of three men was appointed to draiv up Ibe sched- ule, this committee Chadwlck Bod Davis. being Cowan, Fire raplains nere appointed. Cowan, Cbadwlck and Vnn Harlem. It is ex- pected that tllje schedule ivlll lasl at least Ull Clirlslmas. WHY KUGGIN9 QUIT THE CARDS'-FOR THE YANKEES told why he iiult Ilie Cardinals and Ihc National league and signed as man- away to make tue long .railroad jumps nro preparing to secede In order to ager' of the York Yankees. from Willard, when he said he would more easily paired wltli Dalllmore League" as II [inlsned tho recent sea ion 'cannot' resume operations. -The- men who are organizing lhc lasl.liree h-CMMl against a. diffi- ll .require bolh llmS jind'thouthl. to'selecl the :best cult' p l.eaBve are. up ag roblem. T'll will cilTes Jn.lhe garao'if UlCB.c cluus can be'. Id- Tlllo and of tho "American cnlllled wllh a. major league. barrlnK 'Saturday and u-v mo oiler was made tumbled ort rrmn'Col. lluppcrt. during' _, _ _ L prepare fo'rn'championship battle Kt lhe: national baseball lloii, .which has Ihe. promotion and Bupcmsio'n of v am'ateur and scmi-prolcsslonal Pitcher "Slim" Ml, who pitched for iri tnis cbunlrj-, IB to tho Edmonton baseball team In .-via SeaUle and' 31. v-Louls DbdKcre, log a tanlnih I regiment, '.'anil, th; JaiUryl'wbuld-ibc.'.pul. .question entirely tor [Sey 'never. couIrr'oV trerjtlios'rfeep'crioiiBli. hls; j. Jim 'Jfilctiefl; Ihe'Iorracr Calgary howler, ofiuing- n Vldo sw'alho In Jlirmwpollr circles. ,An a member rjf'the'Flils leani In'llio Min- neapolis jlty leiguo ho had liieh scoro 207. -iKV'Blap. gained (ho lead' in' Hie Individual averages wllh t scoro of 630 which gave him in nver- aee lo dale at 192. BASEBALL ;TO GIRDLE QLOBE, ..Nov. 9. President Tener ot.lhc Nallonnl bcllevea thai alter basebBll will lake ".Enroii'Sy slorni. Mo Ihe name will be established In nil parts ot Ihe'v.orld.'' The European soldiers seelrii BO' much the 'Kama' from Onaillan and American aoldlera thni Ih_e7 It up "ThB said President Toner, ''Is' breaking through the. boundaries of our country. It has. taken hold In Knuland ''and already. 'Alter Hie rudiments of play arc belter un- derstood, 1 look, for the earriQ Lo irlti follower's fast In various climes." I tho same limo. 'Jim .Cofirolh has angled for this fight wilhout success, WllloVd has A A .ciised Coffroth of Elfins him i ;deal Vhen WilUrd and GuuboatSnllh Mp 'BAeenALL -'rnet in a twenty-round murder In Cali- lvhi'E tlie vorld'was Etill wait- Nor m'lrderlug anil Wfllard l hon.lins ot late ihat.ho ivza ball tedcra; 'i- "hbod of the decision becouse of Col- froth. As a mailer ot fact .j hicky- lo escape wilhout being com- f. lately knocked out; and should nttii A COffl Ihoi A about'11 Colrotli probably has Ihe on- ly arena close enough lo the Stales TVbcrc a bout o[ any class could Taber, Nbiv Waller Marsh who Is Inralidod home from the Jront arrived Jn Taber from Calgary this morning and was met by a large num- ber of friends and relatives, who gave liltu a very hearty apd enthusiastic reception and welcome homo again. Pic. Marsh was1 among the Ilrst to faca on Easier Monday the Vimy Rldgo engagements irasl severely wounded by Ilia bursting of-a shrap- ncl shell and waa described in an of- ficial way as'being seriously wounded in (ho right shoulder, back, thigh and leg. So-severe were Ihe wounds that his life was despaired of and was de- scrllxicl by ihc medical authorities as being the luckiest roan In the British armies. Tlielr majesties the king and St. Louis, Xov. Hugging, j queen, the DuJto ot CoiiHaught, ivho'arrlred here from Ihe cast today. J itald a visit at Convnloscent homo 1 interest In his re- words of comtorl and cncouraeemenl to him. Ho Is now far "recovered as to be oblo to walk with crutches and under medical .real meet, which he is to receive at :he Edmonton home for returned sold ers, lie hopes soon 16 ho able lo gel around again. those Tvlip.woro__at Iho sla- IOD in tbe early hours of the morning to meet him were his old ebployer, 3. llullock, with his auio to tafce him liome. Pte. Marsh worked as a.miner many years iirevioua lo Ms enltal ment for Mr, Bullock, and since ho and showed great i coror.v and spoki My slopping into a new new myself wilh eoni tempt to Ihlnk about trades'.- -.Will I win the t don't ivln ball games In November." id'j -jflust "acquaint aaillbns" hltofe i ,'at- meet at'the La FiftHo Chicago, Saturday, .'November.' 17, for thft purpose of closing up all business for the past season, ami lo plan for the Im- mediate futuro., iyciy oui, umi .tlb cause lo grumble just-bcausB jffrothWnnls lo 'give him n ousanil'dollars. -To be real frank A' -A ho singed. Olher scraps would. IIBTET ._ affairs, Iirobably -wmild be able lo be WIHard hold off his opponent. WOULD HAKE SISLER MANAGER OF BROWNS Xejr Vork, Xor. 5.HSU Lonis ci-llics who., nrc panning Fielder Jones 'be- cause (he Brpmis ffplshed last In the '.American league, have nominated Geo. HIsler tor Ilie management of the team.( Sisler is one. of ILe grealesl players in baseball: He has made wonderful progress at Ihe bat ami in covering first He is a Uiiiver- -Michigan graduate, and'is ci iely pomilar psayera and fan's. Louis scribes' 'I Fulton Is to'Eet the ,navcli, FITZ'S SECOND SON PROMISING though, and before anolher year hn? BOXER SAY THE CRITICS passed Willard Bilipij out and case lhc Nov.' -York title probably would, be lurned over boxing fans regard ilartln Kllzalm- lo Kullon lo (lefeml. In mons as memlief or! lhc Filzsimmpns lamily. youngest.son of lhc jnidrtlewelght champion of iho world. arrangcil immedlalely, tor _.! thai the Drowrts will play better ball-for Sis- Ipr Hian for Jones, nml that the owner should appoint Sislcr at once. In tho qniriiqn of many smart baseball men .Tones never put tho .Drowns in the running, for the reason that the players do nol like him and his ineth- are behind the tirrtcs. NO ARMY-NAVY GAME West 1'oinl, N.. Ti, Nov. 9. No Army and Navy football game will bo i i iiiiV? I lhc ot a scraPer whn played this season, according to an M back OI111 walL for ll6 Eocs.iaunouncemcnt by Capl. J. E. JlcSIa and heanyvelEht gnd ,L hon in ,hl! Whan was rilways regarded his eldest eon. as'ft 'great boxer. Bht Iho'so who know say that Bob, junior, Is musclo liountl and lilt, rnrthennoro, he'aoestt't wsnt to be a boxftr.: ta only, nbie- YOUNS QIHL SETS SWIMMING RECORD San Francisco, Cal., Nov.- the, first time In tlio swimming lii-V lory of the Pacific coast, 'a woman Ewam a. round-trip course across Iho Golden Gate. She was Miss teen years :oW. He Is heivler ihnn an nurse: hfa father was In his nnme, weigh- was one hour, 35 ralmiles ing about JSO podnds. Ha Is shorter ,lnd 26 seconds. Tho course each tlun old Kttz, BtanalDr about 5'reetlwa( ol a mile. 10 Inches.- Tho swim was nnoiriclnl, but had Bob.' Fidslmmons'' the sanction of the Pacific Coast Alh- closest friend, Mrs lhat Mnrtln Is n good boxer. lie Ins not appeared -In' tut Is cqnlin ually boding Just "for lhc "fim letlc nsBOclatlon. Army Athletic Council. On November 24, the'dale held'open for the'Earns Iho -Army.-will meet Boston College Cant. McMahon said. FAKED HIS EYESIGHT. Nov. special aoard appointed to examine a well rcn "Winnipeg lawyer, believed to e faked his eyesight at one of the four boards he appeared before, has graded the barrister "A 2" It was learned loday. CARVEUL GOES HOME St. John, N.B.. Nor. D. Car- veil left hare at aoon for Moncten ani will go Ibence to Ottawa. Ho said It had been arranged In St. John that both parties had arranged lo call con- ventions and nominate each'one man for tho two SL John-Albert seats. Ha hoped that this plan. Would be ed bj electorate and carried through, kneiv of return he mani- fested great ehlh'usiasm to inake his g at Taber as pleasing as .poss- ible. There were also J. II. Jlarsh, mine boss-from Royal Collieries, an old'esleehiefl friend Ned Danes, Leon gti Johnson, Joe MetcalC and Jlr's, Tilelrnlf, who travelled some miles to pay him z. heurly welcome, ant Jlrs. John Marsh, Leslie Haynes and Mrs: Haynes, Mrs. Oliver, sister of Pie. Marsh, and a host of other friends who all expressed Ihelr' pleasure- al seeing him and wished him God speed Basketball The gym floor, tonight will be Ihe scene of'plenty ot action. The ClareEholm H. S. EMS'are due to play the local "High" girls which Is. suf ficient indication of assuring a'large audience. The local girls teams hare been rounded Into good shape tor Ilio rnatch and similarly it is reported lhat the Claresholm girls have bee) preparing for the occasion for weeks Besides this tho regular cits' league fixture belween the Stars and 5Ion archs will be staged. This Is [bo'fin al gamo of the season hotK-een.i hvo teams-and with rv win their previous'encounter, both-tcami have blood In. their eyes. TompirOTv aflcruon a 'Calgary team ot C. S. B. T. delegates..will pipy i picket junior team of locals. Cslgar is represented by about 100 delegate who will'give their team plenty o support. This will ho the first gam between these two cities in years ant ought to attract plenty of attention. And Ihey that the nlneteen-MaT' old. lad htEra.-'falK. his father's left-hand ivlllop. Mr.-.Justice 7rcs in the supremo, court, urtlgary, dismissed, the JlO.CODj libel .action with.'costs brought by' Alderman Marshall against Dr.' W. B. Spankle. The Best 4-cylinder Car Value on .the Market Today -passenger Touring Car 1 ft Drte. .-Another Artvancc. Lethbridge Motors, Limited v' lHh SfroetSfrnih EATERY AUfGIST IS PLEASED v With Oui1 Accessories and Supplies when he uses them on his car lla nt onco recognizes that efficiency, goes with our' auto supply service as well, as promptness and moderate- cbirges. Wo havo Ihe verjt latest Improvement In spark plugs and el) other accessor' les and car .cciuliipod with them is 'lls best In every .way. BAALIM i "ftoME OF tHE CreVROLT OF UNIOH IANK I f The" makers 'of 2Qth Century Brand fine tailored garments for men persist in maiii taining the tigt standard of. fit, ment and tailoring that have made.thia line> so famous. Keep 4his fact well Suits :to ,..r v (Overcoats to r EXCLUSIVE AGENTS McKelviie JVfcGiiire Women Who Drive Cars like to Mm'a