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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTORER IS, 1917 TIIK DAILT .HERALD PAGF. 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus CANE. IN WITH hlfe WIFE VvX ME New York, Oct. White Soi and Now York Giants meet In tha slitll contest of the world's Cham- Iilonshlii baseball scries on Polo CrocndB lodny 'In Comlskey'E men hope will be Ihe money gamo. The home, team, dlPuppolnleU at Us failure to hold the lead. Ihoy had in Chicago, arc flghtins with their backs lo Ihe wall. While the McGraw men know lhat Iheir chances arc des- are sllll hopeful of turn- Ing back Ihc While Soi and inak'ng Ihe seller nil even again. J-fear York has bul uno chance lo win .wblle if Chicago should slip today Uie _Ainer- Icon Leaguers would still havo an- other opportunity to lake home ibc. -bacon.'Allhougb RowlaniVs men Lave tho edge on-the, Berlcs supporters of the Giants express confidence thai HcGraw's fine pair of pitchers, Fcrdlo Schupp anil Rube .Uenlon will hold HAPPfALLIiWWJROUGHISFELSCH I IS NOW mm OF M the Soi while the Giants bal out a Tlclory acatnst the Chicago men. Man- ager nowlanil has expressed the most confidence In wlnnlns the B Irs. Cotnlnc eaal lie said he direc to send Katitr to the pltchlns mouml nnd would holii Cicotte (n reserve in caso the former should Jailer, now land'e confidence Is reflected by all Uie members at Iho Soi lean. Thus arc neatly elated, over Ihclr victor; In Chicago on Saturday thcj looked most helplessly bealen, anil tecl that ihe National Kipiers can- not do" another comeback lite the one they performed last .ivcoK when they took two straight OB the Polo Grounds. Manager McGraw will nroblbly pick llcnton to hold the WJllto Koi today. His performance against Chi- cago is Llie but of any of the Giant pHchera, he having- held tie western teams to five hits for a total sir bases In the opening gnme here. (Dy Damon Ilunyon) Chicago] Oct. Fclsch by nickname and just as hnjipy by nature, is Hero 1 bf the world's series of 1917. He Is Ihe'slocliy bulll, madc-ln-MH- waukee centrcfieldcr of tho Chicago White In Milwaukee, rnfeed In Mlhvuakea, and developed In Mil- waukee. His homo run In the fourth Inning of tha opening game of baseball's an- ball. It was nol regaideJ as anything remarkable- In baseuall. Then, ocnls1 Clcotlt began showing exccp. lloual pitching ability until Anally ho became known as one of the best la tho game. He has a frlck of rubbing (he ball on hla shirt front before dellrcrlnf, first, however, applying It lo a Epot on his knee. Ball players have claimed thai (his rubbing produces a Email shiny spot on the ball, and makes It nual championship struggle heat the 1 n New York Giants. The leathery left arm of old Harry lake odd quirts and lurns. They call around .280.' That was better than any o! the other National Is Youngest Initial Sacker in Na- 'lional, -But Has Edge On Veterans New York, Oct. 12 to lint Chase, Wlln due Juke Danberl Fred ilerkle, Fritz Lnderous Bud acy other first sackcr who has over Blood out In the trout-rank of N National league stars it's about lime lo [lolt lho lid lo Holke, guardian1 of (ho Initial cushion for John J. McGraw. who camo. lo-tho IH'B 'slion- from the Spokane of the Northwestern Icaguo. Made Good at Big Task This Holke person la lho Junior ol Rational IcagUQ first baaemun, on all-around iotl useful jilaj-er 1'C ha? something of an edge on the rest of (lie Initial b.-iBmen In Ills circuil, and if you have any doubts on tho ques lion the records will set them Hi case. Last fall, when Holke stuck his loot- filca' Into ihe copious shoes left be html liy Krccl Mcrkle nnd took-the job of holding down the first stop for the Rltnts.'hc shouldered big laslc. 11 TV-US up lo him to nil a vacancy that few. youngsters are-capable of.filling Bt first call, but he hucklcd Into I with a. will nnd lie's sllll there. When lho h'attln'g for 1816 were published, Holkc's namp led thn HsL tic .wasn't the league's chnm plon batsman, because he had taken part- in bul 35 games, bat he was up SaHee. Ihe tall skin thin veteran of Ihe Gianls' crew, lashed ]ust Iwo balls In Felacli's direcllon. "JIflppj-" hll Ihe second Into the crowd in Ihc left field lileaclicrs. A vfkle grin covered the face o[ Hie Jfilft-aukee boy as lie trolled around the bases. He was happy inside anil outside, waa "Happy" bul no happier than tho people packed Into the ball park of Lh'c Chicago White Soi, champions of Ihe Ameri- can league. Hap Won Game The SOT alrcaify had one run when Felsch hit his homer, but alter that Ihe. National leaguers 'scorad It was Happy's terrific smash lhat de- he bill. So Holke Is fUHaS Ihe. bill, and thtn some. rfglil-haudcr who has seen some dozen baseball seasons come end go since .Ranking Holke with Hal Chats as he (jrjfenterert the big league, pltch- n fielder IE out of the question. They ..untruly nigaiTisl the sluggers from lon't make first basemen these daye Manhattan Island with tho gift ol fielding that Chase Cleotte't, Cia possesses, or at least there are none] ror only.claim to extant. But Koike's all-around abll- fom8 lho tM( thnt hc-came lo the ly entitles him to a Jot of consider- league from the 'same club and ation the most useful Brat sacker, ,t lhe -Banie ttae as Raj.raona Ihe National for he Is hit; Cobb. lie was the casl-off of two ball. Many an American league player manager prole'sled Cicolle's prac- As the Old Boy Says: "When it is solely a matter of quality, the cigar smoked is a Promoter Blunt." The 3-for-a-quarter cigar. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. tice. They Bald it was illegal. Time and again games have been delayed in that league while the players and umpires examined (lie ball used by ClcatLo, but It was never established that ClcoUe was using any foreign substance to aid-his delivery. lie rutted ITie-ball and that was all. To him. by. this Aladdin and lila lamp method, came elltterlng.success. He rubbed the. ball'a great deal In llic first scries, games, hut tho Xow York Giants paidi; little attchlloii lo his rubbinE-j Before tho game Ihey reached the couciuslon, vrhicli Is prob- ably (.rue, lliat the shlna hall IB a matter of Imagination and ttiaL Cl- cotlc's real secret WAS his control and fast ball. Alternating.at first and third base, John J. McGrav; ol lho Oiahta and his Hard Time .Bridging Law Whisky Has Kick Bblh In Price and Substance Talk about Ihe H. .C. of L. and Ihe (Special to Ihc llernH) Ferule, Otl. plcssaril as well as profitablo evening was lhat of Friday evening here In lue basfiriienl of Knox church, when a Unique! -n-as given upon Ihc occasion of.the presen- latlon of prizes Lo lho winners In.lho veleran aids, George Gibson, (he oM Increasing price oi milk! 11 doesn't j boys' efficiency Fernle Piltsburg calchcr and Hanj a candle to branch, of Ihe alan'dard efficiency the (hlrd baseman, watched Clcolle ile beverage in some Quarters. While movement of Canada. Dr. Garner pre- Wilh great'care, but Ihoy never toth-j milk threatens to aviale l'o quarts siactl art1 w- H- Wilson made llje pre cred him with tlie baseballs. for p dollar In LelhlirlflEC In order to seulallon address to the'boys entitled On the other side Clarence Row- Eel on a narlly with Medicine Hal, the to Iheni. 'ilyerg, of Toronto, who movemenl, was preKcnt and delivered a very sllrrlng address. Her. J. P. AVeslman, of Calsary, also spoke, to lays. A veryehort bul Inleresling program js rendered, Miss Jenklna care a rcadinE which brought an Inblitent en- cure, and Harold Anderson gare two riano soloa which were much appre- ciated. Great interest Js being mani- fested in thlE movement, and Dr. My- ers is. doing all possible to make the convention which is lo be held In'Lelh- hridgo on the Sth of November a rous- ing success. Tim convention or Ihc district Sun- day has also liccn In session here and Rev. J. P. YVestiuan's Tlsit Is In 'connection with Ihc work of lhat association.. Ltquldallon proceedings 'show Ihc defunel Monlreals papers, Ihe Mall land, the once derided "busher" man- {price of Scotch threatens to reach one j Is travelling In tho interest of. this and Ihe News, lo owe of his r.hTnf-quart for Al least Lhat is what Hculeuant, the old seamy-faced "kid" local policeman claims. tlng belter than-auy of his rivals and olKer American league clubs, lie had hilt sunbaked to a.' century In tha ils fielding wonderfully. delivery they called Ihc knuckle j eummers nf SI. Louis. The nverage baseball fan In tha Na-.' tlonal league will tell you Jlolke Is a clumsy fielder. look awk- ward out there al times, hut he docs take In the and Indifferent throws and ho makes lho Blops. Gleasdn, were jusl as allentlre to the i, the provincial nnd the city) delivery of tho amazingly long and I solico they hKvo put Quite a crimp on amazingly thin "Sal" Sallce, only I Ihc llllcll booze business, hut Ihe some 33 or 34 years old, as years go, i bootleggers have evolved a new plan Beauty doesn't count In fielding, when compnreil wllh results, and Holke his been gelling results for Iho Glanls. You've simply (ot 'lov hand It to him. WILL THESE RECORDS CO BY THE BOARDS? series York (N. L.) and Boston (A. eight games. 1012.. This Include! an 11- Innlng Ile game. Blggesl attendance ZEZ> 037, New York (N. L.) and Boiton (A. 1912. Record lolnl New York (K. U) and Bpllon (A. .1912. Record Bbnred by, players four York tnd Iloslon (A. L.) 191J, BlBBwt (oltl deducted by Kltlon.l Torlr (N. L.) ind there, Just the same, and when fhe-------------- 'final battlag for 1917 ire pub- Boston (A. ISljJ, H6.083.60.. llshed. Ihe niilnc nf iame youag. sler will In all probablllly bo found fending' that of any ofher first base' roan In Ihe mother circuit, for he slamming' the 'ball nboul Ilic lot, and Ihc bcal parl of II le thnt his hlls an, for lho most parr, timely.- li HIHInj Will Recent bitting averages showed Lareest lotRl shared by two New YorV (N. L) ind Boston (A. U) 1913, Heat Individual pitching'efforts In Wood, Bonlon (A. won 3 and loflt 1 Boaion TI. New York (N, L-.) In J9J2; New York (N. won 3, Philadelphia (A, U.) TI, New York (N. M, Grasp the Economical Side of tin lln frOfitftlM ind ytu'il find ydtintlf on tttt mll tvery Mlltiji In i lire ifMlU (cftrnmr wHh t "I." Comt M buy (frw In tlmri yeti pny ttt, De.'li BASKETBALL The Reds .inrt tho Rrcbs will nieet nt Ihe tonlghL in a basketball Monnrclis are Tor Tlrst place. Mon- "Y" tied BOSTON FANS ARE i. CLAMORING FOR BILL Already Uoston fans arc clatnorinp for I3HL Carrigan to manago -Ihe Uos- lon Red Sox next year. The Hub been plunged Inlo deep gloom by the failure of the Beaneatcrs to win an- other rennanl. Jacli Barry, la blBTned, It In said Lhat lie mlsman- iged ihe passing world's champions In many ware, particularly In tno mut- ter ot discipline. Carrlgan's tighling spirit has bewi missed. He used (o drive Ihe Red'Sox tor all (hey Were 'orth, a Quality that has been lacking In Birry'B leadership. Bul'Carrtg.in, who is In B position to his own lermp, flllll says lhat he will not come back unless he receives J25.000 a ycnr. Loolta as If he Is worlh thai salary ,when It Is considered thai John JIc- Qraw's poy this year wlU eicccd Reel Box, leads nil olher players in this respect, having shared in six Ecrlcsssincc coming Into baseball back, bollle of Scotch, aiid locates the party In 19OS. Joe jRckson and Hans Ixi- bcrl arc Iwo veterans now about to get Inlo Ihclr first series. Cfcotte is Another.- This.recalls (he fact IhaL Napoleon LajoiD has apenL 20 years in the big.leagues without getting Into a series.and now gooc. got into only two flur- v.-hlcli is giving the fly cops a run for Ihclr money. The bootleggers, instead o[ keening his cache In town, buries II m a Tar oul pest oven the last subdivision of (he palmy days. tbe rnnn with a Ihlrsl wanls a eupp.y will meet his demand, the bootlegger tells liim to go lo a certain corner way oul on Ihe outskirts of the city. Then Sir. "Boot- legger mounts lits buzz wagon and beats It for dls potato pilch in the country. On his rclurn he picks up Ills riclim on tlie street corner and takes hfm lor n fast ride Ibroiigh Ihe Ing his.long career. Walter Johnson, ......._. ..-----...-_ Sherwood Magoc and more hdvc city, dropping him off In an oilt-ol-llio been In baseball ten years or more' way place with 'a bottle on his hip. without ever getting..! abare of the j The police arc wise lo the seme, and big melon. he's a smart roan who gets away It every time. Scotch Is now a HERE'S LIST, OF bottle, but the game Is an expensive Hence the bet thnt It will reach by the fesllvc Christmas season. DRAFTED PLAYERS Auburn, N.Y., Ocl. SOME CAN; SOME CAN'T Gelling Inlo a world'a scries le Hie ambition of hall player and EOme hare realized H sereral times. Jack Harry, manager of the Boston John II. Farrell. of the Natinqa) As- sociation oC Professional DaschaM Leagues, Issued the.following list of players acquired by draftT National League By Brooklyn, Schmandt from Lin- coln. 'r By Cincinnati, Hath from Salt Lake; Connolly and Jacobs from Dallas. By Philadelphia, from Fitzgerald from San Cisco. i American League By Cleveland, Krug from Omaha. By Detroit, Dolaon from Denlcon, Tesas. By St. llonck .from Portland, Oregon. STUFF TO LAUGH OVER Sam Langford trimmed Joo Jean- i nctte Ihc other night and. Hie follow- ing conversation'is alleged to have night Thammy." now, .wan't II my turn' lo win, ATTITUDE The proper altitude of a man toward woman Is complicated af- fair. Tho fellow who xlmjres her If she'B beanllful, honors her 1[ she Is a mother, re'speslvher If she works, has Did You See the New Semi-French and Belt- ed Back Model Overcoats That we Thete models ire reproduced frwn Nm York'i litest Come In and try one on. W. B. KESTER Co 315 FIFTH STREET S. PHONE 1117 ,-owi., Uy Wlahlnglon, Harold Thompson I synipalhy for her If she Is In distress. from Toronto.. lend plllcs her If ahc stumbles la ID a By Blrmjngharn (Southern) Bern-1 fair way lo become a from Fort I Houston -Post. Bijou Motor Parlors F'rFTH STREET THE HOUSE OF, ftOUTK AI.TA. Haul Grain and Work Your Farm at Minimum Cost We bftie a fftw Staiide Attachments for Ford Cars. 8a1e at ?225.00 each, f. b. b. Lethbiidfe. Thf regular price is ORDERS, ACCOMPANIED WITH IN TURN RECEIVEO. LETHBRIDGEI MOTORS WE OUTFIT AUTOS with everything required for use. or comfort TO ATTEMPT TO MEN. TIOH ALL THE ACCEM ORICS WE CARRY WOULD BE FUTILE. SUFFICE TO stAV, THAT rvo, 'MATTER WHAT YOUR MA- CHINE YOU WILL FIND HEUE' AT ITS .AND AT TrtE LOWEST BAALIM MOTOR HOLMAN. HOIWI or OF UNION MNK ;