Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUB LirniunmaF. HKRALD PAGF. THREE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1917 y G. McManus BRINGING UP FATHER" DON'T HAVE. TO MAKE ME (VE COT TO WOVE MM5E. UNDERSTAND IT TOQ IT AK.TCWEH- lhcn.1. Clcolto stood nut Mom .1 1 season the mu-licrs. hd'l.c- NAPOLEON IN EGYPT season a follins Is a star of undoubloil caliber. and Itay Schalk as ihe best aot'irin Iho same. I lap Field, ap- .preached stardom this season and really a wonderful player, ai'd Jackson completes the list. Weaver. .McMullen: Candll, I.cibold and John Collins are the COES who fit into llie UO ua are Rowland machine will. Ihc oulsland of World's Tliis Hiisky Monliinari Infi'males lhal Leihbridge Favorite Has Ruled Roost Too Long OF ITS BAIL BM Toronto, Nov. 15-This city befiin to fear lhat It will not havo a regula baseball team ncit year. The Glob Marrow, of tho Intern! ional League, declined to make statement as to Ihc probabllltj ME circuit opcratliig neit season ten days ago ho said that the Inlc nallonal could not: eilsl under pr vailing conditions. (mat fact h Year is Strongest Kind olj Argument New York. Nov. result ol he world's scries Ibis year was the u- he wors scr strongest kind of an argument in sun- nort of Ihe theory that a ball c ub bail club nor o e wilii balance Is belter Ihan a bail club miroed of individual slara. Scan Ihc rosier of (be Giants. Me GraWs team Is made un ot Hie pick B players named lure. They arc all consistent ball players, but no as And the Box played the more consistent Eamc In world's scries. They sot Ihe be e of Hie breaXs after Hie fourth cam. I l" true but the leam thai has bal- ance is very liable to eel Ihc breaks noYt of Ihe lime. It is balance thai counts most. Gras ea ot National leaeuc players and a tew COLLEGES ACTEDTOO HASTILY Harvard Yale and Princeton .Un- "e in Cancelling Grid Schedules In a letter lo Lcn S. Brown of lb. local'club yesterday Al Moore ol Ores, Falls states lhal lie will be In Lcth- ru'rldre for his bout with ROBS on Mon- day. November 2Clh. Moore says nev- oral Ihe match One is 'ihnt he 1n condition 'that his first match in Lethbrldge is 'not Koine lo be his last. He also nays ihT knows Hqss ho Is expecting a lough go hc.is afraid: pl.thovputcomc.-j 5JS.-W> he' thinks Iloss -has been .ruling.- the '-roBslTn Ions enougl a the. Great Falls Tribune Klabre, is a gro'al man with' lib 1.; iv.n t. Once Tnn.V Ol jNauoiiUl who were combed out of the defunct Fcdci-al league. Compared lo Ihe White Sos the Gian'.; are a team of stars, and being a ieas-o! siars they are Cull ol tern- I001UJI1 vainne coiiuiuunD. with the eiccplion of -wo- pavs a York spoil been patent for several seasons. The Q war American League ooked like a life o oul lllcro Diversities .waited until Ihc lino. There is no likelihood o Ihc In- wa P isn-t lhej- or ematlonal League, opera IQ [or other, or that Yale Harvard and Princeton un- oubtedly realize now that ILcy acle.L a bit hastily and unwisely In cancel- ?ng football schedules at the oulbrcak A larot number of fans have al- ready signified their Intention of to Baron, next Wednesday niaht (or the return wrestling 'lanole between Waller Anders.n- and Harry Heln. Hein Is in Bar- ons at the present d is working hard to get himself n Ihe condition necessary to put himself on- a level with Anderson in thai resard. Anderson Is working out here and is laking no chances. He is confident that he will down the sidebel but doesn t ex- pect to hive an early morning pic- nic In turning the trick. Anderson claims he always had sonwthlng up his sleeve during his last match with Heln and was never In trou ble The fans, however, are look Heln who has all the ear emaiionai 918 Toronto may he without organ- led baseball unless In spite of llie repeated assertions- of the Washing- ton owners that llie American leacue franchise will not Lc translerrcfl from reiusc 10 iwi m..-.i they do not want to pull together. They simply can not do.ii- They go up lo Ihe p'ale with or Ihese universities .walled 'no who fall and observed the, gcneraj trend a (lne of events before reaching a decisIon has irarn-iisae mav he On Iho bases, but they all Jial city, it is decided by the Amer- mas De am] once icon league at-lts annual Elcotir.E ioe-hold tho IhouBhtjot month lhat .Iho Toronto-territory is ,a ol oui o( a home too valuable lo be filsnd I me glorj iney ml there is lllllo doubt that all three would have, put varsity elevens on ,ltc gridiron and played Hie season desire to drive home any runs lhal (b ugh n3 The dropping of footbdll'-by Ihe oe was due-lo the most patriotic- mgh misguided- to 0 .'i__ i--I- n rcTncal In Too valuable lo be P Kaulf got idle.at E llme.wheD.iUol era solu- run ,s w lion lo, Ihe Elluallon." pcrplcilng EXPLAINS HENOR1CKS first hit of the.....- and Ihe hit was a homer. -Anil, as the ias menlioned it up there with IHOURII some it has the look refusal to plavitor sport's'sake with 1he_ hes material available at a il arks o a ne w. No word has been recelved.from Kid Sansom of Medicine Hat, who to meet the winner of the last match here. He mutt have gone to California. oavs Slctjrc IB a Eroai ui..u iraltts and -Intimates that Ross may havo a beating ahead for him. Cohen 'Aft .Yardy ..could nu..e imeasure up tolhe lask but he picked "V, .considerably better, l'and Itoss' lailrels are duo to fall un- .less hc'crhlbils. everything he hnows Is In the pink ot condition as well 01 cburso tlic fans of Southevn iMIjorla.-swear'liy Itbss. -He has never yet entercil Ihc tins that he ,hasn L given liiom a rim for Iheir money and they kilow llial ho will beat Moore if ho Is beatable. Tiul the.hunch is UICTO that this mail Moore Is going to spring 4a surprise on tho.ltoss following. Incidentally' ncgbtlallons arc under way for a'malch holwecn Tail and Kid Hoaelln of Dow Island. Tail has gone from Mooso Jaw to Wlimipes uul iltates that he Is ready lo come here arty tlmo n 'f ullablc opponenl can be found. The1 boy lo pill him Ihrongh the mill is available, and all depends now whelller'the'cliaroplon wants the blue sky to Induco him lo come. rFrnm Our Own Corresponoehll Commerce, Nov. Commerce sq- limCiWhen il _inl rinh Is holding its Ilrst dance ol of Ihe These dances wriler has menlioned betore, 13enny and the war department win bc every iwo weeKs_ on .was sent up there orders lo i phvstcal standard of the Wednesday evenings. DEAL push a swinging bunl past Urban u mcn ihc as Mr anll JIrs. j. H. James of >rank. _ po55iWe IhroUKh athletic ac- e Commerce last rlly. They were the guests of ilrs. J.H- Cornell lost a largo percentage ol i arcm. fnnihall nlayers Ihrough the and Mrs. .lames Patterson and When the great French Soldier was in Egypt, he did not realize the wonderful size ot the pyramids, until he pitched his camp alongside. i He Could Then Judge By Comparison. The smoker does not fully realize what VALUE in cigars is, until he tries "DAVIS'NOBLEMEN" He Can Then Judge By and the difference between "NOBLEMEN" and other 2-ior-a-quarter cigars will be almost as stnk.ng as between the tent and the pyramid. BESIDES the finest tobaccos grown, the "NOBLEMEN" Cigar.has behind it the rfover 70 years, which DAVIS' have had mthe art 01 blending choice tobaccos. Judge By Comparison orders Urban r _ _ Louisville, I F" Ka.ff Oulslandma Illckey. president of the ?t- J0 .ximmer- jlioiials. who. man u another and finch Herzog still llendricks, nmnager. of the Inaian-1 mjn i> Hendricks, nmnager. .....i; I Zimmerman, secured from apolis club of the Amerlcan Assoca- lhe lion, [or next season, Issuedl moi- ba5eman.in the sK' is admitted to bo the Cornell lost a argo percen i football players, through the Jlr. and M rien's enlistment in Ihp .army and jamny of L ate with, a.cham- ihci llul IIIC Ltlalii-Si la j him- when I best sun fielder in cither, big league ........T alerts? pen yet ol conrse, lhat I wou.d Jta not bo'ln .ricks. It af him for an outfielder, Dav want to B? JlcQraw 1 in MISKE BEAT DILLON York. Nov. 15.-nilly Misko, of SL-Paul, oulfought Jack Dillon, of dUnapolla, Icn-royud "J" Brooklyn: In the laler rounds Dillon was content, to assume Ihc defensive, jjlsko weighed .170 pounds, Dll; Ion ens Little Colgate, with, a.cham- .__.__ 1 __ I Lellibridge, have recently nnv-y L.IIUB ..lovcu 10 Ihcir home at Diamond City. Tiloiishin team last year, lost' its head I tlileves have again been busy al oath Ellory 'Huntington; Captain I lheir trade. A few nights ago 'cst an all-Amcrlran. tacWo, llicy emeied a farmers baru, ndc'rson all-Americar. .quarterback, therefrom a couple sets of harness el both Cornell and Colgate: have unlortunalely for them, they were arsily teams, and whellier they win Bmn- Uef0ro Ihey got away. Cases ol I lose they are enlllled lo tho sup- ihls.kinll should be dealt wllh to the noil of football enthusiasts for their. fuii client of llie law. pqrl 01 inoiuai Rogcrs of Commerce, Is again 391 oge This Is not written In Ihe spirll of porting a new Chevrolet. il irism of the players of Harvard, The horse donated by Mr. John Wle The "decision lii gand to llie lied Cross fund Is now being rallied. This will be drawn fo and Wednesday, lhe 2SIH. of this monlh he writer advised. a believes that il was 111 BOSTON AMERICANS SHAY MURDER TRIAL STARTS Former As lhe supply of tickets Is going fas you should make It a point lo sccur one early. Iron Springs was represented b live boys at Ihp convention last week Work al. Diamond City mine is no started, and in the course of a le ivccks the mine will he eolog in fu the mo Albany K.V., Nov. a deci- swing. from olhe rondererl by the court of appeals Mr. and Mrs. Jeffreys of Commcrc dubs VerriU Benton -ond Bailee. the uu3ton American leagiie j were visitors lo Lcthbrldgo on Sunila three of his best bets, _are nll_s_lars In club will to lo Co DONATE TO BALL FRATERNITY nndoubled class, avers In regular xpect to Have Big iS'ews From Busy Burg IFrom Our Orrn CorrMPOiva'tnll. Taber Nov JIcJHIIan now ports a nobby McLaiighlln, while Chris Firth lias made llie plunge into ulodom with a Ford. The exemption, board Is In caslon al present- About 20 per- ce lo llie houso for nearly a week wilh a bad atlnck dt Grippe- Mrs. Win- Cook has started tie erec- llou ot a borne on Ihe south side, of the lown. I-argo commodious haras are In tbo process of erection by Bishop llalncb, Mr. Goo. tlirch and Mr. Orson Hall. Tho big push on the has eol olf with a good start aid thera 3 no question that under the ener- Eelle leadership ot Hr. Hamman, all obpocllves will soon be v. Jlr. and Mrs. E. B. Talnter and Mrs. Hamman wcro.iUIton In Edmonton, on Saturday, and Sunday- On Saturday evening Chief >ul" un aaLuruuy utcnmt and Constable Henderson pulled oft a smart raid on Ihe Royal Hotel, whero considerable gambling has been EO.IuE on 'at late. in. rpUDd- up L. Fllla, O. Bahlnk, Jiln csslon al present- About 20 per' Kizall, ol lhe claims for oscmnlion arc being .TrtVcsb 0 refused. liavis.'who on being arraigned 1 Ind anajions, ixuv. for Iho irlal of Dan Shay, former man- poslllon Lgcr ol the Milwaukee American asso- ouL I cnco" liolweon Iho salary called for niercc. in lhe'Red Sox contract with Pilcher agcmnn In 1512. and what he actual- 20f ccdi, 3 for SOc. nccr 01 LUC elation baseball club, charged murder, hud not been completed when adjourned' lonlghl. It is said Imal jurors will bo sclccled tomorrow and lhat witnesses may be put on ILo sland In the afternoon. Shaw Is charged wllh second-degree murder, which In Indljnapolla 13 pun- ishable by life Imm-UonmenL. Ho Is charged wllh killing l negro waller during a quarrel, the exact cause of (which has nol been brought oul. IN VANCOUVER. i Vancouver, Nov. lo noon lo- day Vancouver's conlribullons to tho .Victory Loan had reached Of these there are several wd have not mentioned. Artie Fletcher Is one o! them, and every Nallonal league- fan knows thai Arlle Is full of tern pcrament, and that he lias long been rated as a slar In Ihc old league. Bill narwcn, from tho old Braves, and later .Iho Feds, Is ono of the bcsl catchers In his league. Low McCar j was without n doubt llu classiest all around calcher In the National with the possible.eicepllon of Frank Snydor, when McOraw grabbed him from Brooklyn, anil 1-ew Is still slnr ring In Governor Tcncr's loop. V White Sox Better Balanced With the White Sox U Is (llttercn Rowland several as ball dub docs not brlstl lagctnnn n received that season playing with ic jersey City team ot the Intcnui- onal league. Hageman was trans- erred lo the Jersey City learn against ila will. CANADIAN AMATEUR DIED OF WOUNDS. Dranllord, Onl., Nov. 14.- -Lleul Alva Elmer Mclcalf ol Durford, Ont., who enlisted as a private in Edmonton and won a commission and llie Mill tary Cross ill Ihc Sommo (Ighliog hai died of wounds. .Mrs Georgo Powell left yesterday fir Calgary to visit her neico Mrs. Fred Albright, who has Just received the sad news of the death of her hus- band at the front. Whllo cranklne the familv'-car on Tuesday of last week, Mrs. Wm- Por- tcous Imd her right arm broken be- tween llin wrist and elbow., It IB a matter of hot.dcb.ale between G teachers, and 'teen age hoys who enl from Taber Issl week lo their neclivc- conventions whp.had ie best time. Boih are osrau i.uy rer lhat Lcthbrldgc people aro hosts ml entertainers hard lo surpass BOXER TO 'FRISCO Montreal, Nov. Bros- seau the H5 pound amateur hosing champion ot Canada and Ihc United States, having official sine- I'on to travel outside ot tho boundar- ies of Ihc Dominion for this occasion only, loft last night for the Red Cross lourney at San Francisco, accompani- ed by Armaml Vallancourl, manager ot the AasoclallM of La Casnucll, who will acl as his Iraracr. CARPETBALL the A.O.F.' "Unlly'1 learn v will I'lay a scries of games In Mooso hall tomorrow nlg'nt with iho'Mdosp learn.' The Bamea aliall be on league rules of sk ends each game. Any other teams wishing lo Join In these fixtures kindly attend. A Road-a Uttle Punc- ture-and Your Tire Goes Flat 'Your spare is at home. Almost a disaster. But Acre is a little Junior Vidownr' in your tool box, and in ten mHjules you Save made a permanent re> and go .on your rejoicing. Bnoii Motor Parlors W'oF-fERVICE The Best fcyHnder Car Value on the Market Today McLaughlinS-passengerTouring Car Better Orfler One Today. Prices Due for Another Advance, Lethbridge Motors, i Principal Lynil lias conllned Sam. eorg.. Caster, res r Davis who on being arraigned udge worn sentenced to pay. ,7.00 each and cosls. tlio special union services to conduced by the Rev. H. Arthur ton begin on Thursday ember 15th in- the Jlethoilisl church. On Sunday evening Ihe serrir.e will be In Ihe Rex Thealre. Mr. Dirtoli cornea wllh the seal ol success ruthie uncni him. Already a deep Interest has been awakonwl throughout the community by the, reports -that have >sis hand of Ills labors elsewhere. Victory Is Iho only, road- to anrt Buy. Victory Bonds. Bullets win bailies. Money wins wars. Bonds. t -____ __.''._; THE 0 SGO0D EN S will give you 74 per cent, more light Let us place a piair on your car. U hot satisfactory ailer you have tried them out w AvMtake them back your money..