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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1017 THE URTIIHHHX5E DA1L1 THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManus ME THAT OKIE TI I Tea. wrf 'IN Safety First Means Big Money to the Ring Stars Harvest of Dollars Depends on Care Boxers Take of Their Ilaiias-rPacUey McFarlaufl and -less Willarrl Arc-Two Notable Examples Half Pitcher Method of w ning- G'atjics Somelhinu New in Uasehall (Bj- HaV Pearson) Jess WllJard, heavyiycleht champion Bf. Inc. world, lias'cleaned up some' York, Oct. 20. Wlien Clarence Rowland headed the "White Sox Into a world's series lliere only a Tew persons triio'earc him credit for doing H mainly through the Introduction of hrand new tactics in baseball. Most critics lafd his GUCCCSS to Ihc amount of work he got from Edcllo Collins, the return to lilttitie form late In (he campaign by Joe Jackson, and turned in uy Eddie CI- opolls in n ten round bout la a New. YorH arena. lie went after Tillman cotlc. In 'slugging fashion right- rrom the But won and lost aver- Kitchen Mystery "FOR SPORT FAN'S ews Item: Poufihkcepslc, K.Y., Oct. alter being con- flned In Mat taw can'for eighteen years Insane, presented lo Judge Plait hts ability to baseball bos score IB proof o[ hlg-'isnlty. f Well, Mr. MaYs, M.V You're so blcomfn1 smart, Just tell 715 how i Yoifd scorq Thai spectacular play L plon-rcapcd iiTa reward In six figures, Jaw. Ite" knocked Tillman down a, ivorld's sorles. for bc-lsitoFUled havp. cnrncd couploior tlroeg, .Johnny.i t Rowlands SUCCOES has not laid tonri TVillln TMi- Clanl goals. Willlo Hit- i on ihc. top of. the head with a hook. In the way he has trained Williams When Ilclnto chafeed ct the .bout, and Tillman recovered eri. cafhp tack strong, gelling an In parses lor acr'ai.plng fti thb ring Danrprlh and Williams ally finishes up a gooi. tall game, oi puncne, i case of Pnc- hey McFarteml.: The) writer has known him for anil of courso, 'While landed on Wells. put the Injured and Iho ring, ami, ns relating lo lioxlng n nlfalra. It must sai.1 Ih.t anyons rto can outpoint Iho I'honlom -Alike man ta ten minjlE needs llttlo naturally fore d good liandH, cod 'Co .slail n ollcn na nol on Iho rlglil sltle ot tho averae-J column. This kind of stfa- tcfiv Williams'a large number. of tor, It his leading when he Icrt Iho pllrlilDB box, lie got tho credit !or the victory If ono re- sulted. Ltkev.'iae, ho was not charged with defeat If (hat Is (lio way if turns put. Williams and Danforlh worked tills all season and many'Units until it Imil completely mended? never, Is the answer lo Iliat question, ilHOCKEY PROSPECTS for JIcKarlaml knew AT PACIFIC COAST those maullcs and always.-protected.-.? them. The same can lie said for Jess Special Preliminary Mtetlnu Called Wlllard, anil as foV. Wills-.Ritchie, Jt waa "safety .time. Now .let's turn other boys, For Oct. 30 lo Discus: Situation. President Frank Patricki of Iho Pa- .r.inr, Co'asl Hockey association, has i were. Just as irel'l physically far- a apodal meeting ol that or orcd ns were Wlllanl. McKarland and ganlzallon lo tftko place In Seattle OH RltcMo, hut who the samo results arp falllhE'to get Juesdiy, Octoljer for as Jof dJscusalnjJho 30, for.tho prospecU for league _ those bccauso''.liockr.y on the Pacific coast IMs' corn- they, are not smart enough lo care of thcir'valtrablc hnntls. White Lucky Until Recently Ing wlnlor. It la'oxiictlod lhat-al this meeting Iho magnates will fin- I ally dcclrto on Iho iriakc-nn ot tho TO MEET Laurel Trnck, Md., Oct. 20. Sam lilldretli, trainer of'Aileust Bel- raonfs Ilourless, Is ready nnd' willing lo hove the great threo year old meet Omar Khayyam once more in a special race under Ihc same conditions as nn Thursday, over (ho Plmllco Iraok There's CJharllO. White, tho Chicago leaguo for the cornlrie season. who, perliaps, has hnd .'At this tlmo (he hockey ckimtlpn more' chances nl Mho lightweight Is dcchiedly lo con crown thnn nny. other scrapper, hut has failed Id cop It, It both In Canada and tho United Stales. Dy (ho lime Ihls meet- Ing lakes place, however, It will bo known Jint what members of tho dif- ferent clubs (n the Pnclftc Const cir- cuit will bo called lo colors, >ml tho directors, of Ihc league will there- fore Ix) nblo to go, ohead wllh their plane nnd mako'ail TWO SAFE INVESTMENTS v v Kefp.riiist and onl of yo'nr aparo'.llrcs, and, It on prevent ritsl. A real ihfl dJJst from bcfirccn tho Ic circa of your springs, and Iho gtenso nnd. oil Jn. A rwl jicccsslty, Byou Motor Parlors TKE KOU'SE OF. SERVICE TIFTH STBEET ..._ ALTA, niontli. He BO expressed himself yesterday nflcrnoon In discussing tho Immediate luluro of Ihe liorsc. SAILORS DAY, Montreal, Oct. ,v sailor's day celcbrallon rill bo hold In this clly on nccembor S, the anniversary of Iho Falkland Islands naval battle, and a committee 01 Iho provincial section of tho Navy I.cngue of Canada will I mnko the arrangements. Eddie Collins ncrosa tho pai- Jn (lie laaj game OC the Serious. "Would you credit him With an assistr Vi j To lie White Eox, i Having kept Eddie you call If .n.; A bone-head? And how do you score bons-heada? Up In 'our league We don't score 'em; They're loo. frequent And roper's high" In price. So, Mr. Judec, Can answer Hits one question In Wo suggest that Harry Thaw's emporium Is no place to keep him. has a placo f .For him on bis staff A3 ofllcfal Goat Mr. FranS Cnjvell, Ottawa'. Sir. Carroll: We ace Von have a new Job Looking after the post offices And things. For the lovaniiko 4 Turn the vlala t f Ot your wrath On our P-0. clock And see It j-ou can't Chase the jlui Up the Bag polo. Tliea we'd llnd Another -v' For being late At the office, iiiorolngs. Do something quick And ILen. we'll know Tou're on tho Joh. i We suEpect V It wa.3 this clock That made liob nogcra Quit his iob, So you may know It's some.clock. Development of the Transportation System Years ago, when automobiles were costing ?4.00 and 35.00 a pound, we used lo own an old white pony. A rery fine old pony he U'aa, too. lie took us anywhere we wanted to go iuVecord time, provided we hung on Ughl-'nut. the tulniite.wc slacked up on the reins that old rony Burned around in the road and started for home. It he felt real happy, he began budting. Injlhs former heavyweleht champion at Iho lo eell him to a sheep) tho world, who ia critically ill'hero herder who used him id carry his water hag and never tried to ride.him. When Fords-got down, lo a 'price where could airbrtl lo buy one, -we did. lelt real rroud or that Httlc car. It took us nnrwliere la record time, JiisL as long ns wo hung--on light lo the altering wheel. But, the minute we relaxed Ions cnougli (o it n dsnretlo, that Ford Jumped right out ul the road and turned tiomoward; and, if (t happened to he Has real rolled over ou Its liaek.rmil spun Its wheels nround. We thought we would have to sell H when ono day, we found a simple lltlle device lhat would make the wildest Ford behave- like a.ladr. We put It OP and aiucc then.we can drive It wllli ono hand. opening our garage, we got quite R few oE these'devices.. We arc keeping1 (hem on handball the (Ime, be- cause n lot of Ford owners lolil us their cars acted like nurs aid: II yon haven't nnc, let us ptit one on Ford, It Costs only 36SO, and, if you don't llko It, ijrlng H back riL Iho end of. a week, anil wo -Tvni rcfunil you: money. Thai's nboul fair, Isn'l 11? Yes DIJou Motor Tnrlors, Iho Hoijso ol 6en-lcc, That's Noblemen Chicago, Two old ring opyonents of Robert Filzslmmona, themselves former heavyweight chamjilona, havo sent coadolciico to oE pneumonia. James J. Corbett, from vhom Fltzalramons the cham- iloushlji in- a memorable balljc at Cnrson GHy. Nevada, In 1S97, wlteili "It liopo that Hie great TCflr- rlor will pull Ihrongh eafely and cn- ioj1 years o[ life. Tleaso conVcy my stneero hope for a speedy recovery leJl HinT 1 feel certain lie Kill beat pneumonia as lio licit all his (oca for many years." .Tames J. Jelfrlcs, wlio came Jnlo Lho weight championship In 1909. by. defeating sent th -THREE STRAIGHT Court Unity, A. O, F." team tools three, straight games In. their friendly encounter wllli Ibe The first game went 11-15. the' second 12-L', and-the third :Tho last gaiuo was a very close one. Last Monday lis I.O.O.P. Mlzpali lodge and Court Unity .plajed a draw one game eaclu Court "Unity. Jssues a challenge to any order in Iho city Tor a URBAN FABER TELLS f HOW HE DID IT Chicago, Oct. Fnber, Jato of Cascade, Iowa, Chicago American league' pitcher and a baso' running strategist of corts, left behind with friends nn explanation of hia at- tempt to steal third base at a moment when Weaver was exercising squatter1 'sovereignty In that precise spoL "When I lilt and reached second on the -throw to tho FftLcr is quoted aa explaining, "I saw Weaver rounding -third as t pulled up and thought he had scored. Perritl took a slow winrt-un ant] I lit out for Thai's nappened." _. "He was tho gamcst man I ever met and he'll not laKo tlifi knockout nor. Tell him I'm pulling for him to win." Filzsimirons' condition early today was reported Ijy Ms lihyaiclan ns from.lhnt of Iho last 4S hours. Whllo hla Was con- stdereil remarkable'it waa said thai his chance recorery -was BENNY KAUFF SIGNS FOR VAUDEVILLE TOUR .Chicane, Oct.- Kauff, home-run hitler, hafgonG and.done According.to Joseph, Santley, lead- ins roan in "Oh, ac- ceptcd on offer to appear in vaude- ville In a sketch written by Sanlley., Ileny la to gel a t! Icy soya. Poor vaudeville fangV Thla-atora'li worth over ftMf and W. B. Kester Co. WE OUTFIT AUTOS with everything required for use or comfort TO ATTEMPT TO. MEN- TION 'ALL' -THE ACCESS- PRIES WE CARRY WOULD BE FUTILE. SUFFICE'TO SAY, THAT NO MATT En YOUR CHINE YOU WILL'FIND IT HEBE At ITS BEST. AND AT THE LOWEST PRICE, S X 1 ;