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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1017 TUB LKTHnniDGB DAILTt HERALD PAGR THREE 'BRINGING UP-FATHER" G. McManus IP i HAD VD HAVE BROUiHT HOME A iOFA the lliehlandera. This New York pilch- HE Elaff, i( handled properly, should bo ono or (he Let I In-Ihc American .e'agno, according' to Inc Judgment of flhreivd baseball observers. It has Caldwell, Gideon, Nunu- 1 and Others Slated For the Trade ".New York; Nov Miller the .'new manager ot the goes to the big baseball conclave'In-Louisville today. It'will .bo wlli the Intention'of starling plaiu which" Viinosult In-several trades by which Ho hopes to strengthen Ihe team next season. HuEgiria has been In St.' Ms affairs, there and has. Bounded .the mana'semcnl-of tho about '-a' possible" which will 'the .Highlander 'owners 'are-'disappointed In the" er- ratic pitcher, lor lie received Liberal treatment oven .after he had kndcfecd ciuh'a Draining nifea Whllo iCaldwell has pitched, good ball Icon pointed out that one of Dona van's chief faults was that he kept ils pitchers Iu" tho loo long after hey were being hit. This same charge canuot be brought against Hug- r because he works In exactly the opposite direction, and derricks n'Ucher tho minute lursliows signs weakening. i Has Developed Some Stars I There can be no doubt about Hug- gins' ability to make tho most of .the material he band, lor in iloveV opfng high gradfe .players suoli, as Doak, Meadows Hornsby, Jack Suilth, Walton Cruise and Pctzel he has shown bfe ability ftg a manager. Hugghis' salary'.here as manager of the Klliies Is Bald to-bo a year for two years. In, spite .of his n-lli.1- IJio .CardinalB, .Iho .man- there refused to meet his terms. they made was nnd.10 percent, of (be net, profits above .525.000 n year. la spite-of Ihe denials to the .contrary, CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL. Tho basketball match Le- hvcen Iho "Y" and Ihc Mon- arch 5 will champion- ship meet of llio city Icaguo this year. The Monarclis now lead and auolncr win cinches matters but If llie "Y" win they will bo ahead and will have to play another game with the "Slars" [o fiafsli it which If (hey win will also conclude tho league. Tonight Is the chance and they fully realize tliat. tbey ar'i stacking up against a hard proposition in (lie In their first encounter the "Y" defeated them- 3G-28 and In neit cncountor nricr 10 sfioira signs of nlmtw ovw here, ho..seems -to. be purauetl by. a -myg.terloug, Jiux.-.whlch .prevcnla. him frohi wlnnl'.g games. .Hb can lose them by Ido narrowest of margins, but whenever be turned In a high' class performance1 here the Kilties failed Ho hit behind him. Ii. believed Koulil bail in new I As. .the fire. aruloiis to a good second baseman, anil as Pratt ceema.Lo be about the moat de- sbrable-'nian' in the market, It Is apt unllkcly-that IIUBfilns will engineer a tleVl by and sonio other go lo SI." Louis-for Prntl. Huggljv3 was not permitted full con- trol 'df knownthat' on several .occasions Pres- ident fllckey Interfered with his plans. IIo ivill be, In full'charge efer. and this slate odaflalTS-ls alone InccnLve for' fin ambitious, Hi 1 type. for-Sale 'AmonE'.olhernlayere who QTO like- ly ,to' the marled are irigb" Miller, Hemlryx, and- several ot tho recruits. :prbliy mnnagcr.In trading ball ho, firstrlpok; over the I the St. Louis team baseball world with a. sweeping trade, .which sent Kd, .Konelchy, nnd Mlka Mowry to Flttsitufjr'r'ln' Iradc for Jack 'Tillller.. .Tiohlnsqiij, Wilson, .Dolan and jiuller.'-Il wiVireeiy slated that Hue- glna .had wrecked his team, but later Ihot tho maifager'B also wants nomo outfield- lens, Iho learn strengthened Uln 'IhO" outer .-gardeh and at iecond ,bwe, tho ncir.manager will be able (o develop'what should be a prelly fair tciro. JJe la sure to hold on to Plpp, "Bakpr, .Gllhoolfey, Walt- era, Hhawkey, Flehcr, Itussell, Shock- and. Mperldge. Hulo, Thdr- 'mahlen and some of Ihc 'yaunsBlers havo a trial jri iW f especially well off h( Krn'lt Is 'certainrinnl Hug' fins as rnanigcr of the Card Inn Is" hui iXtDffrJft did of "Mr -i..- New Tort; Nov. Yort Sun has tills lo say.Bboul Toronto as a sport-loving city, refer eiicc to Its.fine support of baseball un- der war conditions: Persons who believe that the.war 1 seriously 'ailed baseball In Iho Untied. State's next.year, the attendance Ilgurea Just niadc pub lie by the League. "Toronto, la n, .ciajor league city, and will "be recognized az even Ihongii the, franchise in Ban Johnson's .circuit may not be transferred across the Sentlnicntnl consider- ations may prevent llio abandonment of Ihe capital by Ihe American Lea but Toronto tn the not-distant fii lure will come into her'own.'.. "During the recent season the Can- adian city, 'despite Its splendid con- tribution ot lo llie nllled armlCL, drew pr.ltl at 'the homo grounds, being recorded at Ihe IniemalloTial League gam63 nnd at'exhlblllo'ns vrlth league figures Kouljl seem id indl cate that tto .wor, so far, lias not seriously Interfered with Ihe popular- ity ,curbcrt thi? desire ot an heroic people Cor re- laxation and clean sport." Jlor- W. K. Otlroy; whose home has been1 sugge'sled "In" connection with the nomination of a f-ualon candidate of Iho Labor and (Liberal parties In East decljkd. not "lo pcnnlt hl5 nnmc lo go before Iho" con vciiLlou. arclis c.imo out on lop of Ihe highest score of the season 7G- 73, The Eivart cup Is Indeed iianging In the balance, which will be upset for sure tonight. Tho game Saturday after- noon between a Calgary Jun- ior aggregation can hardly he said Lo be closely contested as the'score was 54-4 In favor of tbo local huskies. The Cal- gary boys seemed lo exper- ience a gteat'dcal of surprise speed an'u accurate shooting of lie local boys and now threaten to send represcntalivc junior team down to takc-fevengc. (CONTINUED ritov FjtoxT London, Nov. names of sev- eral prominent soccer footballers UK ure iu the latest casualty list rosuU- ng from Ihe severe fighting on the- weslcrn front. A. the Cam ous centre halfback, of Manchester seriously wounded In Ine bead and leg. while Sergl. H. iBurty, who formerly played for HarJIcpool i United, art! Stockporl County, is reported (o have died from wounds received-la action. Tho brothers, A. and n. Hosier, ol the Brentford club, previously report- Pembcrtoo, Horace togg. Peter Ward, cd lo have fallen, are both now an- o. M. Campbell, K. C. .Morrison, D. F. nounccd prisoners or Avar In Germany. AVillock, W. 1'olter, II. H. Jenkins, Sergt. J. O'jS'ellJ, who Is well known in 1 A. W. Cos, F- Uuslard, J. Kemrnis, Sliaw, lha nomtnec ot the day and president of Uic orgTiulzalUni, was in the qhair with J. II- Trull af Nsntdn as secretary, Tlie folluiving crerlen- Hals committee was appointed: Messrs Uatea, Hocky Mountnh1.; Bevcrldeo, Plncher Creek; Skelillns, Macleod; Watt, Clorcsholui; McConiuodale, High River; Oaggeil, OJiotoks and Hopkins, Nanlon. This committee 13t delegates as follows: Plncher Creek: Hesketh, Fred Irish football, 'having played for Gle- vavon- and" Glentoran, lias made the -McLean, D. Thompson Jno. llcr- ron, llobcrt Henderson, C. F. Tyr.der, F. Tustaln, II. 0. Allison, K. Ueverldge, J. .Smytho, H. D. McMillan, ti. C. Alexander, W. Marccllus. It. Lynch- great sacrifice. Lieut, Adrian Stoop, tlie famous; English rugby in- becu severely ____r ed al RamaJlc, ,He -joined tbe jvnuy C. Hugh at the outbreak of .Ihc war, aud has j Mercer, H, Gale, M- JIorrjEon, D. speul nearly Ihrcc-years in India and .Alcspnolamla, Major A. L. P. Grillin. is the well-known Rugby footballer: Major'A, L. Slew- by J. Grlcr of Macleod ttat a straw ballot of Ihe nominees FUouKl be lak-i en and that after the result had been, announced each candidalc sliouKl bu' allowed tlireo minutes in to present his clainia- Tho following scrutineers were unpointed: H.v O. Allison, PInclier Creek; S.- Ho-Jsoji, Ohotoks; Geo. IttcharLls, Cluresholm; Dr. Keen, Nan'.ou; F, K McDonald, HIBli Ulvcr; Mr. Cardiner, Matlcod and Mr. Morrison, Hocky Mountain. Five Nominated The meeting was then opnnccl for nominations. D. J. Grlcr of Macleod, was the Ilret nominee, his name being put before the convention by J. McDonald and M. Bailie of Macleod. Hugh M. Shaw was nominated by Dan. niley of }Ugh Hirer and George Hoad- ley.ol Okotoks. J. W. McDonald of Macleod was pliced in nomination by IX J. Grlcr aud Hugh Mackintosh. The old war horse John Ilerron was nomi- nated by Mr. LvDch-Staunton and Mr. while Dan HUey was placer] in thb running by Dr. Stanley aud A. Thompson. The straw ballot gave the following result: McDonald 21; Shaw, 47; Grier, 9; Ilerron, 25; and Rlley 2S. Mr. Grier then rose and begged leave In that time the speaker never took, chuir that f wasn't there. Wo aro hero todny lo support union gov- c-rnnicnt and "i think it 13 In llie In- terests of the fight that 1 Mr. llcrron's anuounccmoni and iliq spirit in wiitc-h it was was re- ceived with-rouuds of aiwbuso Kit by his former ojiponenls un tho yoil- lical stump. Shaw Wins By 12 TUo final vote liciiiR Uion takca Mr. Bhaw received 71 lo Mr. McDon- ald's W, and llie noniiuatioii was de- clared unanimous, the whole crowd rising lo ila feet to cheer the new standard. bearer ol the fuslonisls. Mr. Shaw thanked the convention for the honor done him, declaring that ho would try lo merit the- confidence placed In him hy deeds rather than, words. Geo. Hoadley, M.L.A., spoke' brief- ly in support of Mr. buaw's nomlnn-r lion. He said Mr. Shaw Had always Leeu a Liberal In'polittcs liut never one who. by his actions, had incurred the enmity of his political opponents. He said also that Mr. Shaw's whola life had been devoted lo agricultural. pursuits, and thai h'c had made a CCHS o[ his efforts. Jfe had no doubt Herzog Should- Invest Bills In Victory Loan Among men who wager a 'tiny bit here and 9 tiny bit there, a (2 bill is looked upon as Jinx, uys'a sporting writer. When the wives are away to the cummer .watering places and paor'hubby' Ts-at home with the gang pliyv. .Ing ye g'oode "olde" "draw" a .bill Is about at welcome, as_ a tarantula In a PuHmnn Nobody wants to much leu handle, a 52 Men'on the race track tear the corners off them with the remark .that they are extracting the Jinx's stinger., They told Charley Herzog Dbcfut that superstition going out on the Chicago! after the Giants had made it. two-ail in the world's series. "I'm a. contrary cuss. "I'm 'going through this train and 'weed out vevery 42 'bill that I can find. T.wo unlucky! Why, haven't' we just won two straight after out of It? Two .will be our lucky number." And true Mo his word, Herzog'- look up every 52 bill that he could lay his hands on. Charley wasn't afraid of. Ihe jinx, and the jinx 'watn't atraid of Charley, for the' Giants lost straight and scor-J ed only two runs In the last s'trug-' gle.for baseball supremacy. art, who-yrppreaentedi Ire land at Hug- by, has been kjllqd. Capr. H. M. Rusli- veil known In London Kugby circles, who was reported missing, Is now olficlally announced a prisoner ii.vraT iu German hands. Major A. K. the-Oiffflrtr-Unfrerslty'-fiOccer jalxaielied 03 'Act- DE C; as. a "frealiiuan at Oiford. Te, -playqd forward in tho sides of aiirl ciplurefl the university" flllceh'Iu: his last season. Capi: Thomas Stanley Spittle, died of educated at- Malrcm -J BOWLING LEAGUE A meeting ot all the llye.jiln' liowlcra In1 llio-city Is. called (his ovenlnf at 8 .o'clock at the JJoriilnlon Bowling Alleys, All Interested In tho forraallon of a leaguo should nllcnil. Link, and Clare Collcee, Cam- bridge. While nt'Cambrldge ho cd his half-blue-for lacrosse, and Vep- epreBcnled his college at athlellcsand ugbT foolball. Siibscqucally he was captain or tho Welsh lacrosse team. Major D. D. Quiller-Couch, wound- ed, Is the famous Oxford UnivorsUy oarsmen, who rowed 'In the ''trial eights and the Unfv-ersily pair oars with fl. IJ. .Munilcv In will! C. K. Tinne In 1D13. Lieut I Moll, the Soulli African Rugby Inter- national of 1010, In action ORION. Edgar. C. Pearson. C. J Underwood, .'lev. S. Middle-ton, N. Grlcr, A. N. Wilson, -N. BallHe, D. lo withdraw his name. "I want to seel about the outcome and believed every strong'UnioE candldafe nominated ilelegale would get behind and do his utmost. He thought thera no hint of personal ainbition.Ib.' (From Our Oirn Orion, Nov. very Interesting mil Instructive-, address was dellverei y.Mr.. Darrpn to a largo audience on the Important subject fif "Consoltdat on Thursday night 51. J. lingers tool; llie cnalr. Mr.-Bar rnn" spoke for about an giving n y clear Idea jo all, ci thu from drcry slandpoliu of consoli dated school Is compared with tha ungraded couulry schools. Inspector I'arlier llieu gave .1 shon but Intercrl Ing talk on the same subject (rrm ihc Irtsptclor's >ii view-.' .A bo Inkcn of th? 'ratepayers in tho srtr'ol dlslrlcts .Oakhiint, Kii.-Slx and Four-Ways In llio near future tfhtn' the will- be cither ac- feptprf'-or rejectjl! The petple of Orion arc Ic a chlrico ncStt Friday'.nlglit, to sec Hint .Veil film production 'Tho-nirlh or a tu the loral IhcBlrc At tat Indications aro 'jveijone can, possibly will to there.- "J. K..WIute lias Installed R chop mill In connection wltii hfa eluc'slc insfal. lallrn and will tlidi) feed In tfic day and run Ma liynwnoi at Jlglit In th'j lutulre. Urch, It. J. E. Gardiner, 51. Stewart, F. Harris, J. Grier. D. .Mudlman, Geo. S. Skewing. Hugh )V. J. Reid, J. 3. F. -Reynolds, J. H. Watt, W. Eillott, E. Jones. 'C. Vv. E. jariliuer, H." Coij M-- Matliespo, H. .Mnriro. JI. S'CiNailght, A. Hersli- man, G. C- Wtrfrstrcet, J. D. M. Leyden, p. L- Symons, Geo. Rich- ards, Geo. -Hodge, II. Tovcll, J. S. Hewitt. Ferris, W-.'C. Mc- Donald, J. O. Kldner, J. C. Dressy, W. H. Keen, J. T. Cooper, Thos. Boulton, M. Anderson, H. A. Hopkins, J. S. Dlake, J- Monkraan, Jlillo Creslp'n, Mr. McConnell, .A. B. White, A. Bourne, R. li. Wilson, W. Drown, Thos. Xcsbtll, Thos.. Lawrence, C. G. beach- ing. High T. Caberj-, Smith, 11. II. Bnins, A. Y. McCorquo- dale, L. Williams, F. f. McDonald, "young, J: Short, F. Dr'ull) J. Glendennlng..M'rn. Thomas, H. Cole- man, J. Thonipsin, D. C. JlacDonald, J, J. Hooneiv B. Pollc, n. Slead, Mrs. A. W- H. Thompson, A. W. II: ThomD- Eon, D. K. niley, n. 11- Baker, W. Bar- ker, H. C. WIngalc, II.' B. Corl, Mrs. Fulton t Dr. -Thompson. Okoioks: Harold Thomas, W: Berr ncjp, J. C. Wood, G. A. Dnggell, H. KcrrT H. Bannister, W. D. Llnclmm, H. W. II. McUten, W. n. Thome, E. S. Maclnlvre, ilioad- Icy, M.L.A.. T. "McMillan, .Ino. Mun- T. W. SJcKay, A. C. Blackburnc, W. Moody, S. llodson. i Resolutions Adopted The resolutions commtuce of which J. W- McDonald was was composed of Messrs. McDonald, Dr. Stanley anil John Kemmls, Introduc- ed the following resolutions which were iasm: here today. Tiiat is iho uialn con- iirtcralion." Hugh M. Shaw lien' spoke briefly rom the chair, declaring himself em- for tlie conscription- policy if Ihe union government-. lie said hat he could not pledge himself ID >lind following.of small matters of internal only >ut in all large wa'lr nieasurea'inlro- diiccd by-.tile EOTcrnmcnt for he greater of Canada n-the., war and thcj Bupjiort. q[ tlie ibys'-at the front ha wbujd give "his oyal support if elected lo parliament. Asked his occupation lie sah] he was a rancher and farmer in the Nantoii district. J. McDonald-of Macleod ..made one o! his righting speeches. He said ic was'.dut for tho nomination and was pleased to to Go liefore (he convention. H was-npl a case of .political -ambition, because lie had favored union government from Ihc start, lie favored-il for iia em- ergency military policy.. _is the only policy that any-liope :bnt as Canadians 'continue do our .share. This is our war 'or the Tery-eood reason tliat If Ger- many is 'successful, Canada would be the first plum 'the. Huns would de- mand by( way, of indcuinlty. If I-am nominated I will light -to win for .the union government. If man la nominated I will light "just as hard to help him to irin. adoplcd .imWst great cnllius- David .C'rclghton, or-M.P.P. for North Grey and BsslsLant rccclvcr-gon- Qurofsky will lie, tho Laurler' sral at Toronto for many years la Liberal Candidate in IVes'l Toronto. dead, this, convention express Ils unfailing loyally to King George anil (o British institutions ant pledges Its acilvn support In Ihe sleps lakcn to odvanco the cause of Grca Britain and her allies In the pres enl world "That this conventljn express ils confidence In Union government flm commend fhi. patriotic spirit of pub lie men and privalc citizens who liavo sunk party differences and Joined forces to faco national crisis. -Tlial this coarontlon including rc- prcacnlallvda of former Liberals and Conserrallvcs cxnrcsa Its appreciation of'the pnullc .services performed vhy the.'constituency leaders' of ILo psrtles, namely. Dr. WarnocX and Jao, Ilerron. II was decided on resolution moTM Dan Riley'5 Promise D. B. BUcy, of High -Hlv'er, took Mr- Shaw'3 efforts to secure the nomit IU best In (tefy Ji MOTOR. OF THE cHEvnottt HOLMAN, ACK Of UNION ;