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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1917 THK DAK.? HKRALB PAGE THREE BRINGING UP FATHER'.' By G. McManus Clothed Don't Make the Man But They Certainly Helped Jimmy pritt CloliieiTdb not the As soon as Brill begin to ailrsct at- man, but lliey caiuoilen do a lot. for him. jTske the case ol Jlirimy Ilrilt, who, back tlie of Cans and Nelson wu'one'pt the world's greil- csrllBhtwelght3i and In fact claimed llBh'twgleht DrllllwaB' born'.ln San "Fra n cisto and clirlslehed'Janies' Edward. 'He had a fair, education' and came from a relin- ed family. Just about Ihe lime that Iia lake hn boxing James-fid-, acquired a love for fashionable s.-Oti .cnilon in bouta" at the club he split the Sin j'ra'i world into Ivvp raging i faction haled Ihe sight pi him jrrn went to every bout''ho fougiil, honing .o see lilui licked.' The oiher swore he was Ihe greatest boiet of all time and went lo cheer him on to victory. Those vim disliked Brill could not Reason for their latred save'that he was paried his hslr In Ihe middle and Spoke good "was a boi- the halcyon of hoi- boxers ot'lho period wore sweaters and car's, most of time and murdered the. gaiga pt Ihe Brltl dressed. I" ,'good] taste. Ho iro'ro natty suilkvtsilored by' (behest me'n cltylaiid 'KFQred Hie "short, Ray Kdvjlk, tlar calrlfer of Hie victorious While So's, arrived at Ins Iioriic In a .ifiinll Illinois' town shortly afler Ihc recent world's series, lie told an amusing story. Schalk's. description of a vitally im porlanl play that occurred In Ihe oil at ConiiElic.v park -oday, seems lo he en- tirely new and doesn't sustain Ihe as- old 1 game, play ncisco' sports two v.'eeks ago t Umler Growing Fast-Major Mar- lin is Misiing Herdimcr (Lat JIaJor 3. 1. Martin, laio a partner in Ilic law firm of llerchmer and Martin, was listed as missing and It la feared tbal he has been killed. -Major Martin left here with (lie rank of Ueulenant, and roso to the rank of captain when he went over lo England, liul being 'Icslrous of Celling to the. tlrlpg line, lie relinquished his rank, going over as lieutenant, and wards rising'to llio rank of major through meritorious service. Major and Mrs. Martin lived ID Fer- ule for some lime before the breaking out of war, and lliey both made many warm friendi who. feel keenly the 1055 so valuable a young life and much serllon ol western baselilll critics that instructions from .'hcafljjusrlers Ihe behaved like real sporlsmen.-lgardlng Ihe .status of tup. man. This John lialayll, is, an Austrian, Gaudil on third 'base in the seventh inning of that memorable combat.and'. Co Ih'e- Herald) Fcrnie, Nov. J6.-7-Thrcc men, Tiios., ____ Sidworlh, Canadian, James Davis, Can-j sympathy Is felt lor Mis. Marlln lu adian, and John Trjvere. an Italian, [her bereavement, were sent to Victoria .this morning in j Phillips, once president of charge of a military guard afterhavmg local, and well known In been held in Ihe lock-up over-jUie Pass, has been reported woundcd- nielit Another member_pt the i Lieutenant H. M. lioss. second son of nlstor of lands at been reported on wounded list- Ills brother, AVm. Hoss, also a lieutenant, has been wounded and decorated wilh ihe mili- tary cross for galianlry on Ihe b'alllo field. Both of these boys' were Fc'rnie scliool boys not so very loug ago. o. A'i. Proctor, or Coal Creek, has 'k for German flre.and tte which bad "rounded up Hie i n. Hoss, lato inin iy before, is sljl.l held lipre. pending {Victoria, has also bi Istrallon and cnrolHng un- also been a iiiar dcr Ibe first call not has been T.-ountl tled lu tbe recent it inal mcmoraoie comuai anu Iu tM4, icl.cufc needcJ lo lie the score Schalk to be not going lo ing at Ihe trout. .Samuel Poson, who L1.1U ui. uaiia, _L_ rnnaw-A THBT1 H'llfl M-nrV it. I____l. __, Jialr helped to makb Brill- He became the greatest .drawing card on the Pa- cific coasl. Clothes'did not i did ,help him to iiie' lerzoj'allowed'the' hall lo slip out of ils grasp and -'-Gaudll promptly tied Ihe score- Herzig and 'Scha.lk. evidently dis- agree as to the reason fbr.'Hbls fatal -was lucky .to' .escape without being completely knocked J should have, little cause to ,jusl because Coffroth wants lo give "Iflm a' few thousand .dollars. To. be1 real" frank, about _ has the only.-.arena close-' Kew' York, Nov. .Wlllatd Is light ;Fred unless 'soine 'one along and luim'pj Fred off Ihe percli lie now occ.nnlcs'in. the'minds'ot-'fight fan's.' PTOmblers. are .nbw angling for.the fact, has made a definite lo moet the. "ma nler, only -lo lard answefthat'Ke.Ttasn't ready to do anyjjscrapplnK. Sbinolnlng- definite, was frJm. TVIIIard when lie ssldlhe.'Tfoald get JIgh't and Tel the ireople Know" when'the'tline canae. builness of run lildg a circus icis responslWe' for hie action in luinlng QOWD Ihe" offer the didn't i aoii Caff] 'roth 16 'United a 'bout of any class .could ke staEed. 'Olbfr scraps he: 20 round af- fairs, where -Wlllard'probably- -would be able la. nol'd.. off. his the match, Lhrougb, ,and before "another year has unless -Wlllard vtlmply. comes __ title 'probably'would> be'lnmed over to defend-" iln eveat a chimplpiiship bpnt bo arranged, Imioedlately, for' Fultoii Is the kind" of acrapjptr all back and wait for. trouble..- He' goes and looks for It. .'..-uiji.' M.'Blaclt, trhp'haa'reelgied. member o! .the -Alberta Utilit- ies Commission' becoin'eX trjulaurer of the United Grain Growers :'at Wlnni .'-N. -intend to treat other slackers.-in: the bcrta lor spine.'time, and It is said aomo manner, as .-they have j that she but recently received tlie men just sentr awar.j> ---vl Linedal from her There seems to 1111161 The victory resulted mlsapprftbeusion the exact aland- In the subscriptions being added to by in'g ot sonic ol the J1I.050 today, making Ibe total for the of'the. Kalians claim i'thatJlhey-hid so far, I rolard joiDf Riy by AVIIIard (hat iie, (o pro- mote his .own .and'lika, htE'shara bi I HPw.over, Ihe prpnioler tlje plfe'r was made doubled whether Wilifirtl Voild .bile off' snch ch'untV preferring would hardly able lo da- rote'any .lime ,'io promoKng'ir hejWRs to'lake care of Sis circus for i clitmpjonVhlp battle at Cottrolh' hiis '-aiafed fo'r .this flajit ,-wltkoiil. g'jccees. i Wlllarcl hu ilrn i raw Bn5ftt met In' a20-r murder: .u waltlng'for a. uttccWior to Jack Jobn- n! "Smith dld'lhe mnrderinf. btm.'-hftwItBf of lie JVfas robbM lof (ha dcclilon be- V WOUNDED. C--' fc'wa, error; HeriocXstilb'-lnslstSpthat he muffed "Ihe ball 'squarely-'- was blame for the. -tied -score.- Scvhalk, freely admits' that le purDoselj--Jumped', into the .Giants' second baseman and "kicked ;lhe. ball out of his bands. The Chicago- catch- er act by he. expecled" trickery on llje-jiarl; pi and for, lhat reason he de'cided.tp "beat him to 11." "I had Ihe Schalk.is qubteti as saying, when I saw the Jveir York pltchej-Ilhro'w Ihe tall lo Herzois i quickly, planned to get Gari; dll home wllh.a tlelng run. I look good care' not to injure Iferzog with my spikes, hut I deliberately jumped -into him, at lime kickln; his gloved hind. Of course Hcrzog let the haU'go IhrbugVbloi and Gandil ran home." If SclialX, tells Ihe inilli, Ihe umpire who was. stationed at I second 'base should have- declared hlin out (or'flag- In which event, Gandll's run would 'not have been re- corded. But, acordlng lo recollections of Ihe play, Schalk hid nothing to dp wilh the error, which was Just a plain, overyday muff. Perhaps like players irhe.n relurh lo the old folks at home, enjoys- talking through hls-baj.- It. also Is possible ibit he down't'reallM that he Is fe fleeting discredit' on Ihe Inside (sc- tlcs'.of-lhe new world'fl champions. nnders'locd -that Italians, wboiifr na eXemptVaoder hut'they-Larei" being toldilhat lalunyllzcd people- frdm> except jelllgerent countries ere.-" sabjec't .lo duly.lhs same as native :Cajiadians.- The. action- laken today .wilh'UiV men already sent away vrill have the'.eltect be another-banner day-'and the''cbm- nlttlee look-Ip see the "total cirted tie of brlnRing in more ivho. for. anVrj- epn they at ojice their- chance for..exemption" will and they will be In the'posftlon or.deserters'and subjectvto-srrest and as" Honor Roll Increaiet.in ..Thc-llst of killed dilly -receiving.frequent llces of sacrifices. Ti'e lileat'lo'lir- rive'was. a'cablegram'ip Sherwood received In yesler- IhaL -BpmWrdler Harold- Nulling, a Veil knoSii liblete, has been -vwbunded: In' lYince., 4-. Bombardier'Nntling Vent over- 4 seas In a'lleutfDatl !D Ihe bit .the 'rankii: Iri'ordet-'.'lo get to France, where he" V'has been fighting for UH or. mure. >liitthif was an an roarid lelebut will be; Beit ed.for his BUCCCM -'long. 4 distance raantrr. bis- elay in WlnnlpeiJ tliret years 'ago-he wju adian Railby Hobt; Cruise, former member Ij Iue unlonlsj! candidate. In rest in auto's ,Tho best' "car 'made run .well with .-pooTj'or jllei aWsfiir.' COLLAR Some men look sideways wilh iheir minds just as a' rabbit looks sideways with his eyes. Neither can see the facts in front of him. The logical man knows that THE DAVIS "NOBLEMEN" CIGAR (2 for is equal to imported brands at twice the price. 'Because '.'NOBLEMEN" Cigars are made of choice Havana tobacco by-skilled workmen, the smoker the "imported-squint" pays 50% more than he need. 2 "NOBLEMEN" for a Quarter, will strengthen his mental vision. .S. DA VIS 'i SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. 392 Ndthiig in it According to Re- ports From Magnates-An- nual Session i. LouiiiFille, Ky., Nov. maghatea, who-havc been here attehd the annual niccllnE of Lhe'Nationa] of Profcsaional .-Baseball LeagueV, scattered loVliei-.li'oDies to- night, following one of the" dost m'p- niehlous. sessions In the history'of LHe prEanizallon. WhenJhcj-.galherecl they, were'faeed wlljiiproposals'.for Ihe: fonbatlpni of a new Itapie, to be composed ot clubs taVen from the Association and the International a general .reilltnmcnl of'minor leipie lerrltorlea. Both of Ihe propbeejs irere defealed.: At Ibe final sessloil 'today, IIHBOls, selected ai. best' rear's mwtlog place. Tbe nilloiiil board of arbitration was conUnuIng Its (vork: and lo be able' to hind oWn (ta decisions In ibpal a hnndrrd cajee U. S. MUST SPEED UP n Building Program or', it Will the.War. Philadelpliia, Nov. United Stales must speed up shipbuilding program'or lose Ihe war, is the opinion of Admiral Will lam .Don-lcs, who spok'e as Ihe representative of the Em-.' ergchcy i'lsct corporation before Ihe chamber ot commerce here today. Mr. Bowles Intlmaled lhal a draft might be. reported to obtain shipbuilding i ivorXoien-and mechanics; said the admiral, ue regarded aa a primary pat- riotic duly." t FLOWER BEARS MAN'S WEIGHT Alslghl'vforlli seeing, says the don Mall, Is'tlid great lilj-, a- native, of ihe Ama jn lagoons, HOTV the Hoyal. Botanic Gar- dens, Regents. Park. The large leaves contain'air cells, and bear, a man slttlns in va chair..; Only ,one bloom opens "nl a and it .dies and sinks to Ihe bottom another bud rises above the surface. 'The' flower only lasts three" day's. k j IN.GOOD SHAPE. Be, of the Dominion-pf Victory Bonds. i i QSGOOD will gpve-you 74 per cent, more tghl Let us place a pair on your car. ,If not.satisfactory after you have.tried tKem otil we will lake them back and return your money. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY. HOLMAH. air. fn .a letter.: to Len Brown, Harrr, the Baron's giant ff .WTeatl.e'f.-'slalei 'that he Is in -better' share than ever, and Is lo give Anderson Ihc 't match of his raerry'careernest v ntsht at'Barons. ArraiienienU are being made. Hwrtlto-accpminbdale the" big In from all gSPif- niatch.A few T" "--will be ac'ceplcd before'' Tuesday night by to Brown at here, The Best. Car Value online in 5-passenger Touring Car i _ ___ -o AmMlwr WE want'ivt rf ttt ta the BsMt flf leltlni! Inspect yooir of tia malic) regularly. Thbmih) tnetj ftivftt, thus materially Increas- Sboold repairs be tlMiaictmodeniecnt. Bifiery dtpcad and ;