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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta l-IUDAV, OCTOBKK 20, 1917 TIIF. LKTUHHinGE IMIL.1 IfKKALD PACK-THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I CAME AU_ THE noMH TO THE. CHM-KC Or LE14D1N1 FWE DOLl.AHV Ileinic- Espliiins How'He Tried to Outrun Eddie Collins in N'cw YorK. OH. Zhnnier- mnnii, Ihird baseman ot Iho New York ChiUs, who has been severely criti- cized since, Si outlay, when he vainly trlca -to culnin Eddie Collins in the final same of the world's scries, ns- suinc.i! all blaiiin Tor lira costly'error. "I'll lake all Iho swtl iXlm. I started nfler Collins I thought could outrun Llni: that was I dfon'l throw Hie hall to Haridun, who Flood on Ihe IKIEO lire. After I passed llarhlcn 1 suddenly realized that Col- lins was too fast for me, but I kepi on chasing him because the iil.ite wns uncovered. Sly oiily chance, then, was for Collins lo fall down. "1 mniic a blg.nifelnkc when I didn't throv: to Harjilen, first place, 4uL 1 didn't liellovo that Collins couht run EO fast. iPwaft'bnrt Judgment on my part, iind I Intcmt to take dicine without grumbling." "No, I wasn't a bit annoyed by Ihc trcalmoil I received in Chicago. Thai was in Hie game, end ilia fans haU n perfect.right to boo and hoot 1 slinjily played hall lo the best ot ihy ability, anil nob oily feels worse over Tlie golfers or will wind up tlto season with a ban- quet on Monday evening In the S. O. K. hall. The year's bal- ance sheet will be and plans discussed lor next year. It ii possible that an ef- fort will be made towards se- curing a club house and an eighteen hole course next-year, so that uvery member who Is interested In Ihe future of golf In l.elhbrldgo should be prcs- out. The ulayers will drive on" Ihc flrsl tee at eight o'clock. No handicap allowed. MLYNOTEK Jiick Ellison, of Carditon, Like ly lo lie.Third Man in the Late Chas. Kroning the Man Who Brought Out Jack Taylor Followers of boxing In Lelhbrldge with regret of the sad death of Charlie Kroning in Calgary. The' late Mr. Kroning was always a great booster for the ring and mat gamts. Perhaps he Cwu! J claim more credit than any other man- for' bringing out Jack Taylor, new a claimant fop the world's heavyweight wrestling cham- pionship. Charl'V; WAS always a fair wrestler himself and any time he could find a wrestling mat fitted up hs was ready. 16 try conclusions with anybody who wanted to learn some of the finer points. When Mr. Kroning and Jack Taylor were, both on the poHce force, Taylor was Just a big raw-boned youth-with plenty of grit and a frame to match. Charlie got him inlerested in the mat game, ;ook h'm on a few times, .taught Taylor all he knew, and the first thing the Lethbrjdqe fans knew they had a comer in their midst. Taylor cleaned up everything in sight here and Ihen went across the line, and. al Spokane made a name for himself which puU him right up where Ear) Caddotk cannot1 long stand him off. Kroning always hjd great confidence in Taylor, who gave the all Ihe credit for getting him started In the game, As the Old Boy Says "The demand for Promoter Blunt cigars is steadily grow- ing. To quote the breakfast food This is suscept- ible of explanation.'" (The 3-for-a-quarter cigar) S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. HEKDSIHENIA. COALDALE Our Own Coaldale, Ocl. Sunday last I Rev. J. M. .Fawcelt gave the S. S. a full report of Hie recent S. S. coni-en- Hon in Mac-lead. It is cipecled that decision In on- jt w-in ue Ihe means of stlmulalins the agahi (his season In the 'Nation- S. S, work in this al Hockey sssoi-hitioji, aiui the re-elcc- On Sunday, Ocl. 2Sth at 3 Rev. of Frciik RoJiinson, as president, TJ. U. -llarrs, o[ Ihc lllhln Bociely, will The ufe battle a( tlis "V" last night (hnut'h aliseul aiiJ not n candidalc for address the foaldale couEregatlon on orer.'- When the dead and wound- office, were ih'cHratures of Ihe ad- a tonic dealing wilh the relation the ed were taken away and the'smoke cleared Saturday night. '_ who have the welfare of (no lioys at The majority were opposed to the Ihe front at heart, operation'of n five club league this The Women's Missionary' soclcly the result that ''We really lost Hie fhampfonship in Chicago on .Saturday, ivlicn we fftll dott'ii Ijclifntl SnDce, Robertson's fail- ure lo caich Garni II's fly, wl.lch scored I Iwo.nuiF, was Hie lurning lliU T am not trying lo excuse myself Tor the wild throw lit eighth inning, xvHlch cosl run. f dMn'l my (ICE. game, cJtlicr in batting or flelil- lnB." McGraw's Version Mmingcr Mr.Graw nncl n majority _ or the Glnnls declare thnl Heinle mernmnn. the third baseman ol llic team, is unjustly criliclzeil for1 Monday's play, in whicli ho chased Eil. Collins over Hie plalc tvUli ilia winning run McGraiv says that Cnt rlier narirJen is really Hie guiHy one. Tlic Nets- Vork mnnager declares Bnrltlen should have boon gviardlng the homo plalc, instead o[ helng sev- eral [eel away. According to "Mac." It Isn't Iho first lime Hint [larlJen made n blunder on just sucli u. play us enafalcil the -White' Sat lo land tho tle- ctding of Ilic ivojlrt's sorlca at the Polo Grounds, A majority o[ the leavers' back' McGraw In liia opinion that lleln'.c could Imrtlly have done plheru'lsc Ihan'to chaso Collins, as he had nohoily .near homo to LhroT the ball In. DILLON AND CHIP SIQN AHTJCLES. UnluIJi, Oct. Signcfl nrtlclea were rccolv- ed hero loday from Jack Dll- Ion niul Clcorgc Cliln Tor tho bout In this city Kovem- 9. Chip anil Tommy GJtr- lions wcro to.Iiitvo mcl on but the nialcli foil v Harry will arrive In Lelh-. bridge esrly next week for his bout next Thursday .evening with Walter Anderton, the giant, and will finish training The pictures of'the two msn which have appeared on page .Indicate that they are fairly even- ly matched at to muicle.- Hem setms to have had the mare ex- psrlenct, but Andersen It the younger. Which will win? Will youth be served, or will experi- ence show youth the The local Greek colony here alwiyt been strong the wreit- ling game and anxious t? bring a from Sfwkane to meit the winner. They alio declare they have a man In Spokane to meet Quy Santom of Montana, who ii now In Southern looking for bouli. Juit who wltl referee tht It not known yet but It will likely ba Jack of Cardtton, who It probably the beit potted man on ihe mat game In Southern Alber- ta. MAY NEXT SPRING The question ot the White Sox and lanlR playinff a series o[ games next spring as they wenil thefr way home from ihcir roapecUve (ralnlnff camps, haa hcon broached. It haa cone no fnr- Ihcr than mn'y like'OR more riofinJto form. The train al Marlln, Texas, anil the Sox tl Mineral Welle, nearby, and such a trip would be f en P I Lie. It has a precedent. The Sox Rtid nrook'b'itHi respective ciiampfpns lant spring, buttled on their way north In R aeries of eihfWtlon games- U wag nl one time Intended lo bring the Giants onti Detrolta norlh lognllicr for ft second lime, hut the pcraps which broke oul between tho rlvaln lant aprlns; knocked those nr-, rengcmcnh sky htgh. token away ,-ind the' smoke Ijourne.d directors' Ot Bible sdclely lo Hie war'in- Europe, it was found .that the Ihe K.I1.A. In the'Windsor hotel here His adilrcss'u full of interest for all the Sims hail detcateri rcsnccl- ive.y the Reds and the MonarchP, A crowd was in attendnnce anil 1 although Ihere few ecason, and a repreaerctallve week at the home of Mrs. ITHS pleased wiili'the cv- of the Toronlo club was asked lo siig- sugcllt. A large numher were iircs- I en ing's enlcrtainnicril. gest the wilhrtrawal of Toronto until Tlie flral genio between (he Reds nnd ihc "V" ivas a little IOOSD and onesided. Murray's younssters could not get away and were very erratic In- llicir shooliisg. Murray playeJ a strenuous same 1.1msell but did not receive very much support. For the "f" Dunsworltt Uros, did most of Ihc :laniage, M- UunaiFprLh piling up the hlgliest Individual score thle year, 14 Held'nud one foul basket for of 29 points, hut closely, lOllovi'Gri. by Ihc'younger mcmhcr or ihc family wlio hnJ 23. The final score was SS to 27, the ECOFO lliia year so The second game brought ,lhc Slars alieart lo Ihc lime of Don't Go without thoie little UtMt uv. erf which mean! M much to in lutomobll'it't Itmptr. In addi- tion to Mvlnfl energy and time, they gave weir and teir on ar IWelf. We hive a eornpleu of Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE Or SERVICE FIFTH STHfiFT SOUTH AIMiouglt llifb Monarchs were short, one ot their beat players they Muck up a stiff hallle. Percy irwln, lliolr taptaln played hla usual star game and made all but two tnllles (or his side, 22 points out of 2J. The scor- ing on the .Stars slUe was prelly well. dli'ldctl hclween tjco. Young, McKIl-' )op and Brown. The Individual score were us follows: First Game "Y" Reds. Forwards M.Dunsworlh.-25 .-.3, li, DunBworth.. .23 SadowsVl Centre V. OJllleB....... Shand .....8 Gusrils 2 Murray .13 0 Jones ......0 6S t 21 Monarchs. Stars.- Forwards IMrwin.........M G. McKlllon D n. Lund........ 2 G, Young 10 Centre ILMlelson...... 0 Brown .....8 Guard a J. Ofiiirs....... 0 A. Kane 3 F. Dflvlj........0 A. Stewart 4 21 34 League Standing. Won, Ixisl. "Y" -i 1 3 2 Slnra......'......... 3 2 Ilcd3............. 0 5 such lime ns a second could be es- tablished in the Queen City. It was slated that the Soiis of Ireland team, of (he Quebec Cliy league mtght um- alcainalc with the prof ess (on a I club, unil-tlius he able lo place a strong team on the Ite. the Sons ot Ireland, playing as amateurs and devoting the salaries to Ihe Bed Cross fund of Que-' hoc cily, i .IVilli a view (o rauking it easier for sjMSclators lo learn when A goal is scored., it was suggested that a red light be [ilacod over, each goal will) n jswKch to be worked by Ihc trlcl has been divided Into five dec- pirc, the red lljjhl.lo he turned on lornl divisions. of ckndi wh'en a goal is wo'n and Iclt burning I dales takes jilace Lotlay, and Ihc elec' until the puck This will The Womcb's Inslllulc nre n. meellng on Saturday aftern is hoped a large number will a I lend. All arc invited whether members noi. Two new [a mi lies have recently moved into tlila dlslritl from U. S.f Mr. llunl antj Jlr. Walker. The pupils of ihc school arc i IzinR ihcniselvca into a school parlia- ment. Two rival pallllca) factions hare been developed, "The Tigwa" and "The The school dls- is faced again at ceutre I lions (n due time ne.'xt week. The probably too doiie. leaders of Ihe respective parties arc 'VAN DYCK CICARN TWO SIZES CLUB HOUSEi Ihrte for...................................... 25t 'PORTRAYALS, two 25c The ELITE CIGAR STORE SOLD'BV OUR STORE ONLY IN LETHBRIDGE. REIO WHV NOT CHOOSE COBB Is no'iv bcn? llonriil tno; preslrleiiL oi Ibo noJlon Hod Soi. Tla whinptreil Around Your Car there is nothing more im- portant than the Tires thdl DtlraH fans woUl'J now leader. elcome a1 TO AID U. S. OOVT. ttosinn, Or-t- fc'lei-ntlon or Boalon orjanlznilnnf, of British eftili. tvith a total memberaMp of ftlitul formcil last jiljhl. The nfeiv organtzaUnn h to be known ns Ihc Amcrlcan-Iirlllsh i of Ortatcr Uoaton. objcr.ty, ns'Jc- i flnod by Iho prcshleiit, Thomna p. Ulbrr, nro In asslsl nrlliali born resi- 'rtcnlr.'o( (his country to 'bccomoi American dlljcns lo help civic and' reform anii lo aW the Koye'ni- jueDl In Hit "u! Uozartli linmo, uorLliwesl OT town, in If your car Is shod with Infer- ior "shoes" then the "Joy of motoring" it killed because noth- ing spoils the pleasure of drlv- 'Ing 90 much at conitant tire trouble. We carry only illndird makcl of tires and of which have been proved good by the (Ml of time and lervlce. Come In and have talk with us tires. f BAALIM MOTOR CO. OF THE CHEVROLET OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mjr. Ask the Man.Who Wears Them Wliy have liiindredi of llje keenest business-men in Cauad.i been wearing ioth Century Brand clothes for And-some of them millionaires I Simply be- cause they clothes; as they buy anything tlic most and best for their money. styles for business, and professional men, and smart styles for-young'meii. 100 per ccut. value, plus guaranteed fit and excellent tailoring. Send for lustrated sty 16 v1Suits' to 75 to McKelvie McGuire ;