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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1917 THK MtTJIHlilDGl? TfERALD PACE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" Sy G. McMenus Kid Sealer Offered to Take On Biggest Hun Prisoner Found J. K. Cornwall, or Ed-, (lay and Deacon While. Jackson was Big League Baseballl NATIONAL Won. Lost. Now York .IG Philadelphia SI. l.DllfS Clnclnnall Chicago Boston JlrooHlyn Fills burg SO 73 70 CS 4'J C2 C9 103 P.C. .G24 .f.Sl .322 AMERICAN LosL Chicago Uoston Won, 100 Cleveland Detroit Washington Now York...... St. Louis Philadelphia S3 79 711 -CS yl 52 Co 74 77 S2 SO P.O. -Ci .CO I .51' .4SQ .1171 SATURDAY GAMES First 7 0 FJLlEburff 7 0 Cndorcj and Miller; Jacobs, Grime Blackwcll, Second Brooklyn 001 OU 1L 2 PJttsburtf C 3 Marxian! and Wheat, S. Miller and Smith. New York 001100 10 Cincinnati 7 1 Tcsreau, Benlcn and Rnrldcn, On-, alow. and Wlngo. Philadelphia L ODD Oil 3 0 St. Loul3 14 2 Alexander rind KllllEcr; Ilorstman flnrt Brack.. Boston 291 010 13 1 Chicago Rudolph and.Tragrcssor; Douglas, Hcnilrlx, AldrMge find 0. Farrcll. SUNDAY GAMES. First New York 9 3 Cincinnati 210 001 13 2 Anderson and Rarldcn and McCar- ty Dressier. Schneider. Toney and II. Smith, Wlngo. Second New York 000000000-0 5 1 Clnclnnnll Oil S 2 Demarec, Schupp and Ilueihcr and Cuclo, Boston 14 1 Chicago .....100 10 4 Tyler and Meyers; Weaver, Al- dridgo find Dlllioefcr FlrEl I'hlJfldelphJn 160 EL Louis 2 12 3 Dewier, Illxcy find Kllllfcr, Atlanta; Meadows, Goodwin, Hill and Snyrtcr. Second Philadelphia SI. C 11 1 OescliRcr and Adams; Doak, Pack nrd, Ames, Goodwin and llrock. MILITARY LIFE HEALTH GIVING inotilou, utll known and popular in sports circles, writes a moat Interest- ing letter from Ihc front lo Frank McPlicTRon. sporting editor oC the- Ed- montoci Journal, in which he speaks of Kid Sealer taking on weight, and mentions two or Ihree other lights ol HID sporting world who arc now doing their bit at tlic front. Col. "Jltu" says In MAJOR LEAGUE HEADS AGAINST THE SPIT-BALL Tener and Johnson Do Not Like Un- sanitary Feature of Baseball. New York, Sepl. Dan Johnson of ihe American league, ami I'rcsMcnl Jolin K. Tener, of (lie lional league, have spoken against ilic siiltball. There la a certain following ong mvncrs for abolishing Hie (Krom Our Ov.'n Orion, M. Holers lias just In from tlie tvonl line ami hadn't cleaned up yet; In fact, was just "reading shirt." as I came ainng. He is looking well anil is inn sutne _ .n mn cheery and Jovial Lcs. as of old. War Uuring the coming winter, the spUhall about d ut a th na- unsanitary feature of his league haso-j co'm-tnpd fo Wli'mi last o N'lllim a few years. l) wccfcs ,s "You will to hear lhat loJil. De ICid Sealer is taking on >veighL He sport ns Jigs noi affected him hi the least. He looked to nio just like he used to look after coining down Ironi Jasper Pass with a pack The team cleaned up the corps, so I am to be shooed out at the na- :tod to Dr. M lloual pa slime. Hughcy Jennings and a few manag- .Insl! ers have come out strongly against !over "Thaaksgivin this Oiscarding o( the Invention lliat j lhcrc Manyhcrrles is in attendance. Several ot Orion's prominent, men arc planning a trip to Havre far Deacon is just tho modest lias come lo be recognized tis a part accompany of yore. Just slated that ho of die Koine uf Ihcm have men Mrs. Nelson lias been visiting is n.uilc in Lho welterweight class, (had the best ball team on Ihls bide j on their club? who are shirs vrilli the vvilllam Dell at Seven Persons during They have corps, divisional and bri- of the champions of Ihc moist delivery anil SMIJC ol them have past Bade sports over here. You can put 1 Eastern Hemisphere. He looks lino not. Their crrorts to keep the A R00j raill Iasl room, anil Charlie Long, restaurant vrrc each fined five dollars and liat I wai Ihe nkii' poor sol- SATURDAY GAMES First Cleveland 7 5 Washington 15 Torholson ond Hillings; llarnei anil AinsmlUi. Second Cleveland 10 Wnshlnglon 10 2 Coomlie and lleberry; Shaw and First S 14 3 New York 401 20] -15 2 Williams 'and Shawkey nd Nunamnkcr. Second Ililcafio 0 2 York S -1 and Schalk; .nd Wallers. First St. Louis .000 003 577 Boston IS 1 Koob and Hartley; Foster and ilaycr. Second St. Louis G 3 1o3ion .....060100 16 0 Davenport and Sevcroid; Ilulh nnd Thomas. 7 3 Philadelphia 200 030 10 2 James and YcHc; Sehaucr and Per- SUNDAY GAMES. WnsliInEton 11 1 Cleveland 6 1 IJurnont and AlneniUh; Dngby nnd O'Neill. on any kind ot a game your lieart' and I was very glad to run across him. desires, providing that it has any have offered to liet my hatman (who ol to govern It. They arc great is a ball Tan, ami, I am sorry lo say. bticklerB on rules and procedure when eir.'nks a month's pay there arc any "brapg hats" around. As against his winter's rum ration lhat an instance of ILOTV it sometimes inter- feres with things. The Sealer per- son, witli a squad of Kinlslitio avenue guards, went over to see some corps the Dracon will be oul wUli a chal- lenge to pby ihe visiting professional American ball Icam, who arc coming over here ID play (so we heard) this sports.' They were hold near a wlnlcr. -Not thai 1 care to vrin Ihe on cage thai had ahout German I rum, merely lo convince him 1 know prisoners in it. They were fresh i Deacon. from Ihe front line that the muil had i spent a 'lay with IllUy Grinsbach lardly dried on Ihcio. The pugilistic JIJEI before the last ofTcnsive. He is Many Reach and Retain Standard of Health In Camp and Field New end of the sporl progrnm did not'read g Cue; is somewhat grayer, anil very Kooil lo Sealer, who since taking MJJS and eyes do not appear at on weight la hard lo please, so.lplflrst any older j (n; years (ill he talks liven things un a bit. he offered pti0 Charlie Wilson, fight, the biggest and Ticrcest looking; Ferris and the other boys of Ihc are nolj goinE lo have ranch effect. The wishes 1 jjicj of the heads of the two leagues more; Uian likely will lie granted by the vot-1 itig powers. made I For fall ploughing. The farmers in this vicinity are certainly dvantage or 11. 1'ctcr McAskilc lias secured a very Tcncr. especially. Is against, tbc use comfortable house at Orion and Is ol the spit- ball, lie considers it niovinn his family down from sanitary, dirty and disgusting to tlm Fljcctalors. Do believes llierc isn't a takhcr in baseball who feels p-jrlccHy at case ivhen receiving saliva moistened shouts of some pitcnor. spit-hall pitchers are capable] Pnkowkl. Mrs, William Gilniorc; is in bed with ;i very soro throat. Dr. Mills attend- ing. The Ladles' public lea of Orion will give Saturday, the 29lb, Uoscbc in the "bull lien." The pro- position was submitted lo Ihc sports committee for their approval. H was turned down on a ruling o[ the chair- man to tbc effect that it would be in contravention of an existing under- standing between the English and Ger- man higher authorises that prisoners must not be placed a. position thai cndaiigcr Ihcir lives. The news 49lb battalion who aro no more. Then he gave me the iuipression of having carried his cross in silence, which is the beaviosl load one is ever called upon lo pack. In Iliis business, no matter bow things break, flic man in command must Deliver the goods. Your troubles and trials arc your own and you alone must bear, them, and Ihc other fellow must never know that you of learning the pitching art from oilier 1 in Hewitt and'Dlack's store. Every. angles. Several of them, having lost'ono ivclcomc. theh- cuniilng'wilh the wet one, have I Mounted 1'olicc Constahle ITe'ndcr- taken fo curving llieni wlili fair sue--son and Mr. Sargent, ,T. I1., or CCES. Of course, lhat fs a rule that kom in Orion Friday rounding vorks liolh ways. .Many curve ball pitchers have found it to their advan- folIoTvjjip leller, received ]_ Friend.5; iti (he rity Irom a Fuldler Iho Trout sliows the appreciation a't (lie boys for the sor and olLcr com-f forts sent Uicrn: aonieivhbro In France, S-S-'17 This Is to let you know that I the Individual who received pair nf sox you sent for the pi dicr Ijoys In the trenches. We poor soldiers arc glad to know lhat we arc not quite forgotten, and I can assure you. your kindness is very much. Tho soi proved a godsend to they could not nave arrived at a. morn opportune moment, as my last pair ot sox were worn out aud I Tvaa in. de-1 spair of gelling anolhcr pair, but Ihiinks to your kindncsa my feet aru dry today, 1 would be vary pleased tr, hear from you. address will S71027, Pte. J. DcUrincal, No. 3 Com-! pany. 2nd C.L.D., Canadians, I'rcincc. I must close this letter hoping" It-irill Und you in the host of; licallh, as it leaves mo at prcRdnt.' Agaiu thanking J'ou, Yours very sincerely, J. DcDrlncal. got around Iho diffcrcnl divisions, wifli I IIQVC any. Al? the- top-nolclicrs are the result lhat several matches Of Hat type. Grlebach is in a Oltawn, the ave healthy man grows fjuJcklr lo onjo> military camp life has bcn.n proved lo Ilid hlit Elnco Canada entered thn war.' Tho outdoor crcrclaes afford Bcopo for rmicli alhlellc enjoyment, HO (hat mflfif men bccomo and romala moro heallhy after entering tho anny than Ihby havo ever been before. Soldiers must bo Iicnlthy, and ODO of tho alma ot military training pend- ing scrvlco at Ihc front la lo bring tho men iip lo tho hjebcst Btago ot nhysl- eal cllldcncy. All their accommoda- (Ions aro designed lo bo moat ear.ltary tinrl healthful nnd Ihoy aro conslanlly cncouragcfl to lako part Jn physlcaF cxcrclsca. The city basketball league Is now In full sway. Tho Wonarchs have defeated' tho Jleds and the "Stara" the "Y." Tonight tlic two lenders, the "Slara" and the Monarchs will clash to decide- who will lake tlio kad In tho race for Ihc Ewart, Cup. The lo dato bare been better than was expected, the last one on Friday nlRht ending In Ihe close score of 23 lo 27. Fans can be assured of best game yet tonight, when Ibc Monarcha nnd P.cds, under the ablo leadership of P. Irwln and G. Me Klllop clash In (heir Initial contest, Both teams havo 'thl3 mccllnp and already have lliclr Icclli set nnd blood (n their ayes ID antici- pation o( Ihc. fray. were being arranged willi Sealer as one of the contestants have fallen through. The "bear cat" ot this bat- talfon is considered "li.id medicine." "Going over Ihc icp" Is like a Dlighly leave by comparison. Jly position in the mailer, to say the least, is rather embarrassing, as Senior now requests Ilia I I arrange for him lo gfantrri a five-minute personal chat with tbc exalted ami arbitrary chairman of the nportfl commiltec, and If f arrange It lie la willing to forego big ten days1 lenve, Aa Sealer Is hi a peeved mood, nnd thci officer Is of such a rank Lhat ic walka swny-b'ackcd from-the effecl.s of ribbons and medals on his chest, 1 in ratlicr up against It. .One wcmld limit lhat when we got tbc Hun? in i cage lhat they would nol cause na any more trouble, bul Ihcy nppcar to have (ho knsck of startlnfi something, no mailer where they are. 1 am com- mencing lo bo convinced thai Ilic only tjooil Him Is a dead one. However, Scorgc Deady and Jim Woods, from Alhabasca Landing, have Sealer hand and f hope to hear that a D.C.M. or some other suitable decoration will mollify liirn when I will be able to get n good night's rest. Modest Old Deacon While 1 ran tnlo ca. Jackson the other Tho St. Louis have picket up, three very promising young play In Ilic last two Eonsona. They nro llomsby, Crulso anil Jack Smith. class by himself; always pleasant and thoughtful about his men and looks after tiiem, it la said, the best of any man in his corps.! He :r> a hard nnd thorough worker nnt] he always gets- results that count. I consider him (In his rank) the best man I have met out here. All Well With the Allies. Things nro going ircll with our side. The fact lhat the Gorman press prints fictitious news about battles that were never fought, and an opposite story of tho result uf some, that arc fought s positive evidence that they arc hard pressed lo keep their people uc luded. I am sure of Iliis point as f havo had an excellent opportunity lo verify this. Where %vc arc situated fighting lias been going on continu- ously [or months and the Germans have bad lo mnnufnclurc news about this particular front that I know to be ficllon, as 1 have pcrsonnlly been In places lhat the German press slate. ore held by their forces. The onlyj Germans I saw when I was lhcrc wcro dead oncst nnd any live ones were heading In Ihc direction of Ihe Rhine, It looks like wlnlerlnff here at this writing1, ns the Tommies are picking oul calling places in which lo wile away the Idle houra. to adopt Ihc spit-ball. Hascball clubs bare thousands up operators of coin nnd Jewelry punch-boards. Oscar Duncan, pool- Hr. J. J. McFodden, of Brandon, has been Appointed surgeon oC tho Stony Mountain penitentiary. dollars invested in spit-hall hurlcrs, but Ihc loss will ho found not lo be1 so great as they imagine. There. Isn't a first class spit-ball pitcher In] eJlher league who Isn't able lo throw a sizable curve ball, STINGING RIGHT TO JAW FROM LEONARD Lightweight Champ. Wins In Second K-O's Clifford Buffalo, Sept. Leonard ol New York, lightweight champion, knocked out Eddie Dorscy, negro, uf Brooklyn, in the second round of scheduled ten-round bout here tonight. Uorsoy weighed 13S pounds and Leon- ard 133. The fighting was fast In. both rounds. Tho knock-out cfl.fio when Leonard, after Uorscy had put a sling- ing right lo the jaw launched a fusil- adc of rights and IcUs, which soon bad the negro ilown. N'cw York, Sept. Bill Drcnnan, tho Chicago heavyweight lived up lo his reputation by register- ing a clean bnockout over Jack' Clif- ford, of Brooklyn last night, Brcn- nnn, whn had all the belter of tho bout, landed a crushing right over hTs heart and Clifford went (o the mat lor the full count. Willard Battery Station We shall be glad to explain i Connie Mack, manager ot the Phila- delphia Athletics, lias picked up sev- eral youngslcrfl who are lo lio ehcn R chance in big company- Mack formerly showed a Great [reference Tor collcgo players, but nowadays lie I prefers Texas league stars. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR STORAGE BATTERIES AND THE OTHER KIND. THERE ARE MANY POINTS OF SUPERIORITY IN OUR BATTERIES THAT THE AVER. AGE LAYMAN DOES NOT UN- DERSTAND BUT WHICH ARE TO HIS INTEREST TO KNOW. IF YOUR BATTERY IS GIVING YOU TROUBLE OR YOU NEED A BATTERY FOR STARTING OH LIGHTING PURPOSES, COME AND SEE U.S. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION DANK HftRRY HOLMAN, Mnr. nro nil good lilltcrg fielders. anil excellent Some Snap! A man left m his Chevrolet, (o sell, and he put such a low price on it .that we can't, decide whether he is .1 philanthropist, or jnst plain crazy. If there ever was a bargain in an auto- mobile, this is one. Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETMBRIDOE, ALTA. We'll Be Glad to See The Lethbridge Hotel IS NOW Under New Management Entire building lo be refurnished and redecorated throughout. Rooms to have new beds and carpels. There are bright, new. sample ruouis. A brand new kitchen staff.and a first class dining room. Service under personal supervision of the owner The Travelling Public will find this a pleasast, comfortable hotel European Plan ft up J. ;