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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SK THE LETHBRIDGE DAHA1 HERALD TCESDAY, UP FATHER" By G. McManus The Curling Club will melt tonight to reorganize- for lha reason. LIVERY World's Champion Sculler Con 'sents lo How Fellon on Thames on 27th Famous Wrestler, Who Discovered Gotch, Takes Hold of Jack Taylor I 1.OSDOX. Ocl. liarry. j the famous sculling champ'on oC Ihe and now thai his health Is greaily i world, will de-lend his tlilo en lha imurorEd feels thai lie ran take a tall Thames on October SI, against Alfred club and handle il as well as any'. Felt'on of Australia. Dairy has held oih-r manager In 'lie game. Hr-'llie English sculling championship wants the chance and is coin; to gelSsiuce IPOS, when he defeated (rtorgc il with the Pittsburg club, with which 1 Towns ol New South over Ihe We Mett All Tralnl. HoiplUI Calli. Phoocs: Special Rales on Country Trlpt SPENCE BROS. Letnbrldge, Alia. M'iry Second Baseman Will Re- place Hugo Bezrjek as Man- ager ol PiHsburg Team i Johnny. Brers" is in .'be National. league" nei_l year as' a man: He is to replace Hugo Bezdek ae pilot or tie-I'il'lsbnfg Pirates. ac- cording' to' information obtained in be may prove himself capable, as the j team has players around whom a championship organization cau be molded. Evers knows this, and for that reason would rather lend Ia nn___-.- announcement his- afrpolnl- rneril vrlll probably pot be made until em Decem Thanips course. names course. In May 1911. he defealed William Albany ol Lea Bridge, and in Septem- same year, the Australian. W. H. Fogwell. was beateu, Tlir fol- hat reason woulfl rainer 11. Pirales than any other clab in Ihe j lowing year, saw VM'.e Dunian of To- ronto, beaten In a race tor Ibe world's have been out of the same for Ichamnfanshlp. the laller tllle Imvins two years man-" Eevers, "and am' previously been secured by Harry as ildiinf to eet oack. 1 bava not so-j Ihe result of a rnco irith Dick Arnst, .the the'ieagne- i 'President-Barney ._ desires to start' building up his club earlier lian usual and'asks "Bversv.Es- Evers lo re- place Bezdei, is not'discharging bis manager, but is said to have accepted his resfenallon. Hugo is college! coacb' devoling-hls- time 10-drilling therPenn Slate- football eleven and it is understood ba would prefer to slay Ihere all season. This past a Australian scalier, who had previously placed five victories to his crtdil. By his victory over Dnrnan, Barry made the Iropby his own uroirerly. and he tias secured two shares In the third Challenge Cup provided by Ihe pro- am inleresiea ana eajcr LU ic- .prielors of The Sportsman. In 1913, ivothinE entbuEcd me more Ihe beal Harry Pearce. and in 19H he than "the Ited'5 victory over liciled auy posilions, but surely would beBlail lo laie tbe.manaEerlal reins of Ihe PillsburE club, as I unilerstand that Bezdek is nol to be bacfe. and, although "Baseball is -my. I have' not -been in it lor awhile, 'still lo re Drejluss I i was pulling for the. National -'-w leigin- and. was pleased at. lhEvjhan.ee io and bis nus breakdown as a result of Irving lo keep Ihe Pirates in the race. Ralher. than impair his health be led the club flat on its lick in New VorS and rush- ed lo his hoine In Filtsburg for a resll This, It Is believed, convinced him that Ills duties are with Ihe college. Even in Good Health The Pirates' president ailended_ Ihe series gamea in Cincinnati aniJ "yras in conference -with Evers on several occasions, hnt denied beta's lalVing to him (or- Ihe purpose ot securing 'II la known that 'reluming beat llJrry Paddpn. A-D. Felton, who is Australian bom, Is Ihirly years'of sge. He came first Into notice in 1813. whe he1 met Arnst ror tte Australian championship and was beaten. .-He nerl tooS part in a race in" which' there were lengers lille bul thjs tinje XHS .by PaddbnV'Tvho attejw'drds c'ajne to Lon- ,on and !bsl lo Barry. Felion has done a lot of rowing on the Thames since oinlng the A. I. P., and the meeting tctween Ihe Iwo lias aroused consider- able interest- him to lead his club. Brers Is mosl ;o aEea after an' ansenco o[ _lwo He declared thai iis "health J3 finer now lha'n ibal he believed he; is ca pable of taidiE-n-club aiid.'roikins a ol It. AYhile he did rot- so- lockey Outlook Dismal Because PJayers Come Home to Enlist YORK, Oct. hock'ey outlook for the coming season in this cltr is tar'irom bright.. As a -mutter of is dismal. Efforts are being made to. reorganize the Amateur Hocfcey league, which so sticcessfullj governed 'the sport in this cily TEAMS OF '19 BEAT 1M9 Mickey Welch Says Players Setter Than in Old Days Pitchers- Only Exception) He Avert When He CnmmenlB on Ask mosl any ir.ar who was a sla ball player of 30 yeara ago and you' learn .right away that, the prates ball learns of today arc not i "overmen The sport in mis cny auuai icmua ui LUUHJ many out-tbus far nolhing oflit wilh the old-time aggregations a a defjrille nature has been accomplish- Hnhs of loda Oiclt. Bczdek's" position, Vnqtvi tbalseveral friends' v'eaL Tiurn. for .him and succeeded in arranging a wllli IheiCubs in 1913 and finished third with the team. Ho replaced Frank Chance as leader, but -was let out after .ihe raco and.eold lo ihe Boslpn.BraTes; for whom bo played In wit. assisting malerially in winning Iho' Xalloiial league and series pennants, ETers was nol a success as a manager, although there ara tew In baseball, It any, .-who know the game or Ihe running ol a club-on Ibe Held. .Ills only difficulty was in gelling along wlli. els players. He was too dras- on the fjeld and by hla leverlty iroiised tho'displeasure and incnrred At' enmlly at bis players. -Ksd'hii men played hall the way he deslret them Iho Cubs might have won Iho championship lhat season- Nucleus of Winning Team Brera realized tho mUlale he mad ed.-'U.tho league should be revived, il appears lhal nol more lhan three cllrbs iviil be'In il. The New York Alhlolic clul) bas dclinitely determin- ed 'n_ol .fo put a'team on this "The Crescent Alhlellc" lowever, will have a. learn' whelher aerb.Is a league or not. It is'undcrslood lhal the St. Nl.chql- s Skating club will organize a Icam t Ihere Is a league, and H Is possible hat. the Hockey clnb of New York will be represented- 11 is improbable will be rcpresenLcfl- it la improoauiB considers num iui: nuib hat Ihe Irish-American A, C. will beve cl all lime, outclassing Ihe heavy hll- a team When the United Stales en-l lers of his day, and Ihinks Ray Schalfc ered Ihe war Ihe I.-A. A. C. decided to'oflbc White Soils Ihe best'catcher uspend athletic- activity and Of course, the clubs of loda are good, but nol such wonders whe compared wilh Pop Anson'6 hoys o Harry champions or Ji Mulrie's buncb. i Bill Lore's an e.iccption. comes MlcKcy who wiUi the New York 'Giants back 1S89, -with the onl and out declaration lhat Uie niajor league players ot to- day are better than those of his own day, excepting, of Ibe.pilclicrs, for Mickey was a mound worker. He considers Uabe Ilulh Ihe king slugger Alou playe His many friends In.Lelhbrldge will be pleased lo hear that Farm- er Burns, the man who developed Frank Gotch, undefealed cham- pion till hit death, has taken Jack Taylor, the former Lethbrldge cop, under his wing and is groom- ing him for Ihe wood's champion- ship. In i leller lo the Herald sport- ing editor Burns sayi he is going lo make a lour of Canada and the U. S. IMS'winter when Taylor, cf whom he thinks highly, will meet all comers. He wants to make Lethbrldge of Ihe slop- plnj places on his tour and hopes a match against a good opponent can he arranged here. Btrnarr McFadden, the fjmoui physical culture trainer, looki on, Taylor ac one of Ihc claMlest wresllera In the business. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Counlry Trips. Phones 787 Rnldence 1210 Why the greni popularity of the AutoSLrop Razor 1 Mainly, because the AutoStrop Razor sharp- eni its-own blades and doesn't need to be taken for cleaning. Strop UbUdfj 1: I' 1: hsl time It haa been Inactive. Last year the leagne suspended op- It was tlie first In many years that the A.'H. bad been nacllvc: This was dne lo Ihe war. A rnajorlly ot Ifie players enlcred the aervice and there were not enough lert In Ihls city lo tarnish lie different clubs with blrong Playing In .bis cily on Ihe amateur teams were quite a few Canadians, and the major- ity of. these men retamed to Canada and Joined Hie Canadian forces. Few of Ihem bare relumed lo Ihls cily. CLEVELAND LOOKS TO 1920 "Chin Experts" Hul Trls Speaker In Charge Next Year In Cleveland some of the baseball experls have Tonnd lime between world's1 series Innnlngs lo do n liltle rophcsylng. Krldenlly they are not oo busjr lo dabble a bit in neit .'.ea- on's particularly as'those irospecls pertain lo the Indians ol 9ZO. II doesn't take a greal deal ol leary billing with a pencil or pitch tic wlti a chin to win a winter league pennant, 6al Cleveland hopeful. H ias TlBlons of a championship club ntit year. In discussing the prospects of Ibe club one eipcrt wrote: "Ader he charge or Ihe club Trls Speafcar Improved the teim a great deal, All ht needs is tlmo lo uiacb Ibe players In basernnnlng and a of the liner polnls o! play. On results attained Speaker Is one star boll player who shown ability as a manager. The Cleveland im.Md Is as good oa In Ihe major leagues anl'Speaker will males any oultlcld good-. The pitching tlatl, kept 1C- gether for next season, Is strong, ant Ihe catcnini? dt-parfment ia well taken Raymond Lady Who Hcsidetl a Barons of Pneumonia since who ever stood behind the plate. Gen- erally speaking. Welch says that in the good old days a man was either a good fielder or a good hitter, but seldom bolh. as they are nowadays In referring tr, pitchers, he says: i "When 1 was with Ihe Olants in )8S3, I pitched every other day'and so did Tim Keefe. II amuses me lo rend ond hear all the lalk ot Cieotte end Williams being overworked. They are nol overworked, and don't el any one tell yon thai (hey are. A pUclicr must work Iwlcc a week lo keep his arm In good Irlra. II Is a; szzr to pilch U'lco a week, whether Ihc game goc-a IS innings or Just nine, as II Is to work once a week." Mickey Welch is now a resident of llolyoke and i! considered well nlf in this world's goods. (From Our Ows -riAYMONU, Oct. funeral war, held yesterday Mra. Chas. Lalterly. who died oPpneumonla In Barons Friday evening. Mra. Laffcrly was the daughter of Alderman tieorge Courl, and besides a husband and Ihrce small children, she fcavea a fath- er, and a number ot brothers and stslers, all of whom reside here. Mr. and Mrs. Latterly lived for many In Raymond. In fact, Ihc deceased grew lo womanhood here ml wna beloved hy everyone who knew her. She haa suffered much but has borne, htr cross hcro- cally. It is said. About a year ago Prcrjiier Stewart Makes Jnlcrcsl- ing Anhounccnxni in Cam- paign Speech CALGAnT, Ocl. arc ask- ng.for proporlional. reprcseutnlioil. Bcforc Ihe-nexl provincial general Iccllon have il." was tlw duc- aratlon ot Premier Slewart, at a ousin'g meellns held at Dog Pond, Sal- rday'evening, in Ibe intereals of r. Thompson, Liberal candldalc In he by-elccllon In Cochranc. The promicr made Ihls slalement in an- iver lo Ihe demand ol Ihc farmers tor proportional reprcsenlallbn which orms a plank in Iheir plalform. Liquor Enforcemenl Anollier Important problem was ouched on by Ihe premier, and ihal was ihe Liquor act entorcemcnl. "We canV have complete enforcement of Iho Liquor act, because people ilo nol ook upon infringemenl of the acl as -i criminal offense. 1 think we have heller enforcement of luc acl than In any oilier province. I will be glnd when lh'c original Alberta acl r.ouies back lo its own. wilh federal amend- menL-; cancelled." The premier during his speech dc- the crltlclam ot Ihe govc-rnmenl for placing a candidate In Ih-s field In Oochranc. "We do not deny Ihc right of any party tcrplace a candidate In the field, and we claim Iho same privilege- I do not presume to crili- rlze the federal government, bul as now conslltnled, there is dislrilal In the ranks of Ihc government, each fac- tion ol Ihc other. Responsible govern- ment must hive a working majorily of firm supporters, else government can- not be properly carried on." Mr. Stewart Bald hla policy had al- ways been lo give members ot his parly an opporllinlly of discussing leg- JJoaid Will Clear By Fire Large RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Oont By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We are specialists In Vulcan- izing Lelbbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avanun South PHONE IBM Character' That we TiuiKl Into every, lire thai we relrcail or repair. Class quality and durability are the objeclu ol our highest en- deavor. Tho matter ot vtlue- giving Is our chid concern. We appreciate a man as. much at we Jo his business. Our shop is OPP. ELLISON MILLS AUTO aWNERS Wo raarlce Storm vfilb lights., coy; Everything for the Aulo -Tops THE LETH- BpirxJE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6th Slreel j Xcst to Herald Ottlca G. T. BLUNT, PROP.' cally. It is said. Annul a year rorra uwcit wun ICQUFJI he family lu Uarona, where Mr. nis they wanted corroded could not Laflerly In in Ihe garago bnalncss. o cured by the Alberta government. The funeral was held In Ihe first rarrt cbapel and Blahop Jamea Meeks BADE RUTH TOPNOTCH HITTER Says Davie, Lleulenanl of Connie .Mack, of pilcher "IXm'l talk lo me abmil any other hitler. Don't menllon any olhcr lugger In the same with him lie Is far and -iway thfr hnrdesl hitter hat ever swung fi baRCball bat, ilnhe care of. Heifer watch Uic neit Indians iBlatlon before il was brought In for final vole by Ihc meirOicra. His Icrfls- lallon was never Ideas of only sli or eight men. hut all the members of the government. .Mr. Slewarl Eald the fanners' plat- form dwelt wilh federal mailers. The Rulh is In a class by himself." These are Ihe words of Harry Davis irsl lieulonanl o' Connie MacV. ought (o know '.vhat I am talking he nontlnucE. "I liave seen Dclahanty, Anson, Ixijoic and the rci all In Ihelr prime. None uf them com pares wilh fluth. "He always wai a bluer. H Is true that Ihln year Is Ihe first lime that he lias ascended Uic helnhls lhal lie ia now nllllnB on, tut hitherto he has nol ban Ihe chance. In the pasl years In tin! Amcrlcarl league he was a pitcher. Fie was not In Ihere every day taking his iwlnfi. This season, when given Ihc chance, bo demonslrat- ed tils officiated. The church wns crowded with Rympalhifcing The ser- vice? were very Impressive and the flural were beaiitlful. The speakers were KIdcr T. O. King, and BIjhoM Brans nrid MeeVs. filler. mcnt. was In Ihe Tcmplo Hill cemetary. SAYS IHDIAN BLOOD GIVES ROUSOH SPEED Ocl. 20. The sccrc-l la out at Writ: Rouicli. Ihc flying cenlrefleltler of Hie Clnflnnali Is so flcelfool- cd H'B became ht has Indian nloort. Mrs. Mary C. nlchle, Ivlllle'a grand mollier, wlio lives in Plinf.elon, Ind. confirmed the ntory- The prldefu blood of the l-ogann, much prized by n. few fdrallies In Ihls cnuiltfy, runs through Rousch's maldrnal 'anccilry and continues (o run In I8HOP ALLREO ON MISSION I'.AYMOND, Oct. Word hi-.s cached here lhal Illslion J. O. Mired, jrlio rcrently was released from Adililional prizes tolalllnE V.. will lie available for commercial live slock shown nt Ihe forthcoming winlc (air In Calinry. I'hoprlc lo lake a mission tor the iy Salnln church, has been J lo labor In Winnipeg for the fmfi WHE. Ho will have charge of he activities of the Mormon church In iic ManlloM cily. Thcic Is n fairly nrge brancb of Iho church there and regular weekly services are litld. The show window of K Alioll's jewellery slorc, Canancnne. wns smashed and a number ol rings-stolen. OTTAWA. Ocl. Soldier Seitltment Hoard of Canada will clear considerable, areas of scrub isr.ds in Iho prairie provinces and make Ihuni available for soldier Ecttlcmcnl. These lands are of good agricultural njiaUly but arc covered will] scrub or buih, and Ihe hoard rroiiosos lo clear llicm by Hie erflcicnl use ot controlled fires on a comprehensive scale. Cost ol thin operation Is estimated at from tl 00 lo J2.00 per acre. The land will be disposed nf .to BCltlcrs for the cost of clearing. Some preliminary experiment have already been carried on by the hoard Ibrough Ihc Topographical Surveys Branch of Iho Deparlmcnl of Ihc In- Urlor, and further Invcsllgallons of sultahlti Iracls will' be made. Ordi- narily Iwo fires would be necessary. The {Irsl fire kllls'lho trees. Ihe sec- ond cleans lift ihe dead nnd fire-killed limber and converts Ihe land Inlo open prairie. area of this land Is whal Is known as "brulo counlry. thai land that haE. been already 6verrnri by file f.nd We hush or timber tire-killed.' Another lire will completely clear, up Ihc land. These onernllons must lake place In the Spring before ths'lrosl Is out of the ground, la- particularly necessary In Ibo case o( a second burn- 1 ir when the fire Is more Inlemo than In Ihe case of ihe burning green bush. In llic case of gcen limber. Iwo burnings are required In succcss'-ve years, hut the policy of tire board oiiens up Inviting possibilities for land selllenicnt. Whon Ihe burning Is done nt the proper season. Ihc control of the lire Is compsraUvcly easy. The coll on.lands of Mils characlcr, winch lire usually In .'the northern or tniiiflto nortlicm porlloni ol Ihe v.-cslcrn pro- exceptionally fertile, and tnc ri.lnfall Is ample. The Mechanical Garage Used cars boughl arid sold. General Repairing Corner 4lh Avenue and 3rd 31, Cosy Roller. Rink. Phone 1190 K-W, Service Station Service Station for Iho famous K-W Magnetos. All makes of scneralors, colls ro- palrcd. Full slock of repair parts ricd. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenua South PHONE HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before Ihe nush, br ANDY TrlE BAOIATOR MAN 418 Firtii at. BASKETBALL TOMORROW City league baskctlall games ff scheduled for Wednenday nls'nl 't arc Monaichs va. Shamrocks, 't and Ilolshlcs vs. Stars Cnmca start at 7 o'clock. v [EASTERN HATS tf CAPS WELDING Car Repairing AOENT8 FOR GRAY DOIIT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Ihe lawford Welding COMPANY 2nd Ave., Lelhbridge Holel 1M4 ;