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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TKR LCTHaniDfiE n.AH.Y HHRAI.D WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12..1Q11) '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G- McManus DON'T TMX SACK COME ALONC. AN' HE WHERE YOU THR.EW IT- sourl leu years ago anil put !t; in the barn vlu'n he 10 the Ohio SoMlprs anil Sailors buiuc, whirs dlfd. OA. dood forth depend bnlflv appearance and nature J..H-.1.V rirMKNNUTSCILE.01 EENT1FR1CK. 11 I.tmi KlahM STld c( Uu rlcia tBj ISISEHLEI1S Are Heady (o Say Go Any c- Holding Orgnn- Trouble Over Division of Third First Clash Wiih Millionaires Nels Locals Win By 109 Pin Margin The Barbers and Dominions v clas-i in Ihc five piu league to- v nijrhi; the Honkers and Herald tomorrow night, and the v crans and ClerXs Friday clgbi. v o a- o -3. -j cf; Tooj- Sc-fauliz. infield; Theodore Turner, p; George Tyler, p; James L. Vaughn, p. LethuridEe leu pin artists took Bir- OQa Into camp on Tuesday nlgb.1 la tha first clash ot the Tha remembtnns their suc- cessful .baseball season raiuo down froni the frigid regions all primed to tafce a. nice fall out of the Brans' it's not being done this yet anyway. Leihbridge J O201 a'strong-crew pn'docli'lnclurt .the old reljables1 and .Lnrca "nifty. Tonngsters who 'were .overs last and by the look of ihli are: going to set EOCIU nevr marks before the winter Is opt In tha Drat game the local rolled 907. for a win- ning margin ot 79 pins. Irwlnr tor Letflortdge trundled Ibem down for 19S, while Brans hit 137. Bill. Moore was high with 202.' In the second ses- sion put up high with 203, while the rest of the crew rolled strong, winning by margin ol 71. Barons anneied the third when Kul- pas copped high'for tho set with 207. Barons won by H, though both teams rolled tho poorest scores of the night Lethbrldge won the round with 109 to spare. The return game will bs played nl Saturday. Tho scores: LETHBRIDGE let 2nd 184 ]S2 333 170 ualion Here Back FIVE PIN GAME TONIGHT Success of Champion is Due Largely to InQuence of His Dad Shavor Jrwln..... Sinclair Nelson Scbwellzer .Brana 152 15S 157 Moors Olanisn SOT 005 BARONS lit 2nd 165 154 202 Ill 125 193 174 ISO 163 167 319-2181 "IVhalerer success Champion iam F. Hojipe has attained at-billiardd and br many he is concejeil to be! the greatest balkline player of all j due largely lo the influence of Ills fallEr, non- a billiard instructor in Chicago. John Henry Frank Kopne was born i In IS6Z al Goshen, K.Y. His sons aro Frank, the pocket billiard player, now1 living al Rrji-ktord; Willie, Ihe balk- line, champion, and AlberL who is iu business in SI. Louis'. From Farm to Table Hoppe Sr.'s first Introduction 'to billiard table was at Houck's room. Gosneri. His father was a farmer, and is IliBt life did not apjeal to him ho went (o Xevr York -and at the age of 18 took cliargo of the hllllard room of tha Atlantic garden, on the Bow- 3rd Tot. II had a concert room in from 531 and billiard and pocket ubles ia lha Xot far rrern Ib.i3 plice William ScilQD, then the cashlon carom cbam- plc-n, had a room, and It Kas from blin that Jack Koscc Icsrccd Eost of his billiards- He taujnl Hoppc bow lo plar tlic rail, and It was not long before he waa playing 100 br no count Lat6r be loured (he country, and (ben. rj'jllUng Ibc roaj. ran rooms end laler went to Comwa'.l on the Hudson, whsra he ran a and bllUard room. Sons Start Game Young Hoppe was 7 1-2 anil Willie o l-2.iThen the; flral starttd playing. Hoppo Sr. tad a comblnsttnn table, and the liral elforta of Ino boys at pocket Hoppe loured the coantrr with the youngster, 'Ih'ja being I. Willie look up Slllinrds, and ot 10 Tears ot age could play 100 or no count. Willie Hopre wen He shortstop championship of the vrorld at Paris in Isn't it about time ttat sonis- onc calling A hotkey meet- ing for the purpcsc of discussing i he organization cf a league in the city. With the Veterans crganizfd snd with the Mounlfe? almost sure to.p-jt a team In the league, il IOO'KS as if the other loms should be getting under way. Incidentally it's about Lime ton that the District League shaping up, but this will hardly be possible until Lelhbridge refi-n" ?nd that can't very well be until there is a hockey organization In the city. Just as a reminder th; ether in the league are not coing to have any [tad pipe cinch, the Herald takes in in- forming (tfisrn tliat Macleod al- ready considers it lias the bunt- ing all tucked away on the flagstaff. The Mscleod bounties have about 175 men In the squad- ron there which is being held to- gether and specially trained for cavalry purposes. Among: the boys are" a number of former .O.H.A. intrrrnedlsti players corn? from Ihe vicinity of To- ronto. They purpcsi putting a very strong team on the tee, 10 that Lethbrj'dge, Taber Pincher Creek and th- other Crew towns in the district will have to step put to win- This should be an incentive for sn early start. BASKETBALL TONIGHT There -will two basketball games staged at Lho "Y" to- V5 ShacirocliE, and YR Monarulis. Gatr.c starts at 7.SO sharp. v v safety iirst stuff instead of Trfes Walloping ard The criticism bntl worJtcd htm up to tho stage lie was mad enough to rigbt a heavyweight, and when he started the Milwaukee boui it became patent that lie was to fight [or the crowd nnd not World's Series Money SfilL to Ihe Fore -VE1V Nov. 12. lt> no of the No- tiri-al Dasaball ccM'inr.vnou vr.ia htll ytjtcrday. Ucspit? rumor.i 10 ino cfinirary, it was siatsrl that Presiiloiit of Hie J-eaguc is iu Chicago and is no: cspic'nM rir- rlvn here until thu '-nil ilw ivteU I'EGsitlent or. the .Valional said, todriy tlisit fAf as lie KTC-V.- there bo D? of the commission lime. 'There Is no line, it ion ,u ilttc said Heydlor. "of making move towurd distributing the world for Freddie Welsh. Ho went 10 Ecrje5 third prize money" claimed by rouniis thai, nisht with an oppm'-n i [ho Ncw Ycrk American league club, of inferior caliber and was hadly. so far as 1 can see, the American il beins almo-'t uuiininiciis ju .league nlll bare to decide between Ihe newspapers that. Welsh had been j themselves and decld-j definitely club has a legal right to the money. Until this is done, ihR hands the loser. That's what it cost Pred- die to "fight for ibc The fellow who can and doss get of Iho commission are tied, so tar as away with for the crowd1' disposal ot the" money is con- nicely Isn't the Welsh type at all He IterneJ lie sturdy fellow who can punch 'August Hermann, who held an in- and take a punch. There are plenty {of this type and the public is Tfor [them in preference'to; the" clever hit and get away lellowi, I Annual Meeting Held When Of- For New Members formal conference Heydler, also fcipressed tbe same opinion. Xor, j- was celDbnlciJ bj- ttie AlLerU Union of Municipalities by mccMnK on it Cor Its 1511i nuiiual convention vhlcli is befog held in Hie 3tacDouaM F liolcl under Lho cliairuianshlp of Us president, Dr, R. J. Cliryalal, ct Car-; stairs. Delegates are in Evitendancu from all purls of Ihc jirovlnce indml- Ing Hearty ull (lie and cities, and a two program of aiidrcssct ami discussions Is uow uu-J'.T way. Tlio urgency or some-definite action in re- gurd lo ilio payincLil or .tax Ihe restriction of sub-OiyJsIoiis, Hi-? passing of n compulsory education act, Hie consistent practice ol Ihu doctrine ot optimism and of more gen- eral interest, in the health o[ tbe prov- ince. UK Best Mm For the inside worker. Come in the afternoon and lry.it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, pomlnlon Bldg. LIVERY We meet all traine- Hospital 1M2, 423, 359. Special Rates ou CounlVy Trlys. SPENCE BROS, Lcthbrldgc, Altfl. GOLD IN AN OLD TRUNK Boy't Curiosity in Search of Barn Meets With Reward rummaging in the barn at his father's home in Huron tho oilier day Paul, young son of Grant Smilh, formd a oW Iruuk. Curiosity got the better ot him anil ua broko il open. Under a mass of molh-c.lteu -wear- ing apparel Lbe boy discovered a cigar box. containing HO in gold, a Bold watch and a certificate of de- posit JOT J110 Issued hy Hie old First National bank of Sanitusky, out of business. Interest due on the cer- tificate amounts lo TLe trunk belonged to Thomas Smith, an uncle of the hoy's father, who brought it lilm from MIs- OTT AUTO LIVERY Special on Counlry Tripj. Phone: 787 Reildencc 1210 BUY VICTORY BONDS Heart Failure Takes Mrs. Hyde is Well Prdouced 195 349 203 68J 3rd ToL 560 183- 610 405 475 Be Few Changes in Bruins Under .Manager Milchrll Pew ehsnsej are contcmplalsj In tho ttiakeup o! Ins Chicago Cubs neit year, Judelnj by the rcaorTd list naa teen filled -with President Heydler of the .National league. Tho Clever Fighter Who Fighls For Croivd Against Otvn Style of Defeat Tliese cbaps who follow the boxlns game, tfco fcllon-s who like to string a few clinkcra on a noxer they think will win n conlc.it. often JiollEr Itclr heads after losing a be'.. There Isn't one of them can figure a man he had watered on ran second by the popular decision route. They arc "one way'' fellows, wliidi meniTa ttial lliey can't ECO It any other way lhan that they nnd (he man who waa carrying (heir daasli were of the decision. So much ror preludlcs. Has it ever occurred (o a ran when making a bet on a holing contest that "some ccrciypers can better for themselves than for ihc Freddie Welsh For Example Some question, cli, hut Jl .means n whole lot. Take p. fighter, tor el- ample, who hrv? reached the topnolcn ranks in Ms r'rt.UIc Welsli. the .lanuary, 1904, and tfifcn returntJ home lightweight chamnion. Is an and loured with the late Jake Sctme- ISat cnn very nicely 'lining most ol his games. tn'3 connerlio... No one In neil goal was Ihe 1E-1 cham: plonship. and for siK roonVhs bc-prac- llced under the oye of hl3 father, and then, going to France, electrified the, billiard world by "wrestling the tltln i Irom Maurtoe Vlgnaui, Ihe great' French master, on Januiry lo. iOuC. Hoppe won, MO to VA, fuer.iglng 20. In II years of championship play Hoppo ha! been hasten only twice In roster P.I nresfnt con Lilm 23 besides that ol .Manager Mitchell, who is under contract lo manage Iba Cub; for anotbcr year. Only HTO' of tbo players Hated were Wt With the learn when the 1919 nca closed and one ot was .optioned out to Uio Non-grk cluh. Tire DOW men 'on the raster Pitcher Turner and Inflclden Grolh, Tearce and Sohullz. filler, an out- .fielder, was tried out In midscason c( ;tllB ycs.r. The reserve iTsl follows Oroter ClcreJacd p; Tnnisr Earlier, If; A, Lincoln Bailey, (Nick) Carter, p; Charles Dwl, 3b: Thomas Dalj-, c; Mai rl; Uarnoy ouldeld; .John Qrolh, Jnfleid; ClflUfle t; Clurten ilcrzcs, 2b; Cbarlca Hol- locher, Killcfcr, c; Fred Ichallcnffa matches, once- by Sullon T, tiflald; Joiepli Letter, oulfield; William MoCabt, utility; Mafee, 'tX; -Eliraod Martin, p; Kred C. Merklc, "Ibi.Joel Xewklrk, p; Itohert O'Far- t- Wal- Kobartsoa, Father a Student of Oame world v.-ill rl'qputo Hie (act tliat waa a wainiorful "In lightweight If Iherc was anylliing ahout tho game thnt he dfdn't know II wasn't worth knowhiK. Ills upccd au'J clever- not punching, hfm cham- pion. Hue after lie became! Iho tltle- liolder he found the palcli not strewn wilh lor a scrapper of his type. Tho crowd rtltln't Tike lo seo a cham- pion Jab. and prance away from 'an ojiponnnl who had lieon tlcrl Into (Krca: Our Own i TABER, a meeUng of Ihc Tabcr Curling Club field In the' court bouse last Wednesday evening, Mr. T. Henderson Jn the chair, the following uflicur.s and committees were appointed for ilio ensuing sea- son: A. Baclianarj, M, P., and General J. S. fctewart. Hon. Pres.- Hon. A. J. MacLcan. Malion. Klrst Tloss. Secontl B. White. M. P-iterson, If. Tlfll, H. V. Munro, J. II. ndblnaon, B, n. Vi'lMman. L. WleKTns. E. T. Franklin. Delegates to It. C. C. T. Me- Coll aiH IJ, II. Williams. (From Our Oirn Corremondpntj Xoy. John Hyde, aged fortf, and the wife ot an eld-LI mo blacksmith of tha south couu- died last niglil of heart trouble, i'tic ia surriced by a liiisbsnd and six children. Tho funeral will be beJrl In the accood ward cbapel tomorrow. The Raymond Opera company scor- ed a veritable triumph Saturday night (n the opern, Thoy iroro greeted by a large audience and tho applause TVDS generous and deserved. The Tarlous roles tvcre >vell sung and the chorus work was especially well executed. The EperJal cccniu eiiects were well done and brought onl force- rully (Tie ilraicallc points la the pro- duction. The company is well-balanc- ed and thttr acting and singing was most nnd commendiible. Tho excellence of Ihc performance speaks long iind careful traininif. Mr, Finance -T: Ifourlgan, ToHestfup Is to he Wghly cooi- Paier-'on H Hill iinended on tho pcrformanco Committcc-T.'M. comr-aiiy. He again oxhlbllcrl J. H. Robinson, If. A. Games Commlttec-j. J. liourlgan, Mitchell presklc.l ably at the pinno. Tho compflwy .plays Cardsloji as .1 lemple benefit next Saturday night. There Is no greater stnaoct of kno1' Tllc "iilrln't ESC where lamo thac Mr. Hopje. Tor 4'j "a3 They f'rcd- hu watered the leading playcra of lhoidlc lo "ar'cl l06 lo loc from thin study erolvc.l :i VVelih Active Champion wlilfh is different from that r.aa one of thi nctlvp of any oltcr player. II Is thl- system lf we ever lia-l shortly alter which has [riven Willie bis supremacy the Wlllo as i pltytr. H I-. has-Tj It his chnnrc to largely or, Iho method in wlilcn llir '''n lot nf object hall la hit. or llmlnr. fays Mr. Ilonre, "is tho (jreiloft Ititj (n and nfs ability in (hi has been a blK factor IQ the 1'OKTIyAN'U, .'.falnc. N'ov. 12.-- liii- _cno Drosseau, Canadian ctiamnfon, incl Gcorgo Cliip. foriuCTly bolder of tho world's middleweiRlil ia in point. rleatj he ;w.is O'Jt in do thiit our, lie hail jiloy wil ulsyim; meant inin'is ifcr- jirjushing got away with It nk el? as far ;s winning frmn oripoT-.riils con- h-it wiio rat at 111 liie various clt'cr In wht'li' ,'jerformc'I jrailc it morf) ll'an ajiparcnt that Krc'ldlo's anre? v.ero One of U'clib'a iz chimplonahlp, fooght a draw !n n no- decision Biz round '-bout tmn r.lrtt. Both Irloi for a knockout to it decision. v.-asn'l In 7cr? happy mood, when he landed, for he had fought a couph of evenings be Torn In an CMlern city had been paancj to a frazzle ;'o'r plsj-lne ILe Ma abilities as a choral leader Mr. GERMAN CARDINAL DEAD COUX1NB. Nov. (Hnvas) Cardinal Felix von Hnrtmann, arch W.lliop of dead al bis resi- dence here. GOOD WORK! H'a 2 good day's work the day you leave off strong tongue-bitting tobaccos and Slarl on '-ROYAL MINT." A mild yet full-bodied tobacco that bums to the bottom of the bowl without sting .or v.-aslc. It will blow the whistle wilh you every lime. Try It Next Shift. M21b.Packet- A coupon in rich picket. 30 and get one of Idc (imo-jj Wfll- FREE. The conviction of Ralph Minor, of on a charge of Indecent ns- eault on a woman who at Ihc time vis n hU employment, has been rjaaEhcd, nnptal. liy the Biipremc court. Minor wag fined and couls by the ral J, (Jodfrey and lilngham. Tho grounds for tho nuaEhlng of Ibc vlcllorj laXen by Mr, Justice Ires were that there was no evidence for the offence. .t. Ilwulrie. nf appaar- for (he a'x-nfprl, and 11. rcpre-mlerl by A, McLrCoJ- Slno.lMr, K.C. of Cafgarr. for tho crown. Tho -c was relritrl In Calgary. ARMISTICE DAY IN PARIS 1'AIITH. Xor. first -uinlvcr- of nrml-ailro dav 'his morning al tiie Chacol Invalid! a. FOlemn [n memory of Ihosc who save laelr lives In Ihe war. MarAh'al Koch, Gen. Pan ml many maimed soldiers wero pre- A choir composed of war or- Chans stag the Te-Deum. Lethbridge Motors Ltd, We have been able lo secure Additional Storage Space And now have room for a few more cars in our HEATED GARAGE THE BEST STORAGE SERVICE IN LETHBRIDOE. Mclaughlin Garage RETREADING! DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY are specialists in Vulcan- izing Wndcrs. LelMriJgt Vnkanizing Works 712 Third Avenue. Soulh PHONE 16E4 BUY VICTORV BONDS AUTOOWNEPS We marVe Storm Cnrlalns glass anil lailbtor cov CTB. Everything lor Ihe Auto Tcps THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6tL Slrcct Neit lo Herald O. T. BLUNT, PHOP. S BUY VICTORY BONDS Service Station Service Station for the famouj K-W Magnetos. All makes of HiREDCtoS, gCDCTKlori, Coll! TO nalretl. Block of repair parls car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, tig 4th Avenue South RHONE BUY VICTORY 11TH STREET SOUTH. WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES The Lawford Welding COMPANY 2nd Ave., cpp. Lethbrldgt Hold Phono BUY VICTORY HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED IlefoTft Iho H'jali, Ij ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 4IB Fllt't St. a. BUY VICTORY ;