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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN" M-Tuniunc.F._ DAIM SATURDAY, 191? I Unreserved AUCTION SALE HORSES AND CATTLE AT THE LLTlilJRIDGK SALE AND FEED liAKX On Thursday, November 1 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 11 'inaf.cs and geUlnys from 3 to S yeirs old. all broken. I'M ar.d 1100 :lbs.; 10 uiarcs and geMings, from 2 to 1 years old. un- oronen. t Tsrrni'sn'sbsvs: ji'prr cash, balance sis months credit on joint wlih clglil cent, on credit amounts or 5 per cent. ol[ (or t'asa. S geldings [rom 5 to S years old. KOO lo [600 .Ibs.; 5 niaru from 3 to S years olj. from 1300 lo IfOO Ills, cart. All broken; 3 sadiile pqntcd; and double harness; 20 dairy cows. TERMS CASH ENTIRE'LIST MUST BE SOLD j THE PROPRIETOR HAS GIVEN UP fARMING. J-.A. SMITH AUCTIONEER ADDITIONAL SPORT Clarence Rowland Came From Bushes to the Big Show But Now Treated as Peerless Leader The Throe Eve leupie Is dead now temporary fts manager ot Ihe Us boucu real lo peace but) club in tbo Thrco gained for II finally lay down aud gave themselves tho ulckninio of 1 up the ghost it two things for baseball. One. It showed a lot of jtolbs that gralt and the great Am- gamo Jo not travel well bund- Mn-LanrJ. Two, H gave the bis tcm HrummeL Kvcu la bts busher days Itotvtand paid more alienlloa lo Ing bis uniform cleaned and pressed Ihan ne dtd (o Ma souu and fish. Thit _______ ___, .__ ___ is tkoye 1'ants was hoofccil onlo Win. vrbo. now that he j Uc always looks as though he has jusl I hag copped a la the Atucrlcaa 'stepped out ol a bandbox, whatever and the world's championship, i mysterious thing thai way inoiii, lls beliis ftccblmetl as the greatest of mailers. But it was noi always thus When Charley Comtekey first an- nounced thai Pants Howl and .would i Wbltu Sox the sea- Knowt When Breaks Come Kowlaml Is using his 0110 biggest asset In running tb.e Box ina- cbtup, just as he used il pitching the Peorla DSslIllcrs to pennants, his to know when, o pitcher AUCTION SALE OF F4RM STOCK IMPLEMENTS SOUTH WEST QUARTER SECTION 34, TWP. 8, RGE. 19. SEVEN MILES N'OBTH OF MILES FROM-CHIN, ON Wednesday, Oclobsr 31st, 1917 AT OWE O'CLOCK SHARP Clyde mare, weight abool 1400 Ibs.; 1 Clyde geld- ing, vreigiii about 1600 Ibs; 1 gelding, weight about UOO Ibs.; 1 gcldfDg, Tveipbt about 1250 Ibs.; 1 geMJnj. weight about 1103 Ibj. r cows, high grade Durham choice dairy 2 cows due [o le fresh in December; 1 steer, 2 years old; 1 holler, 2 years old; 2 bull calves, high Durham; 3 heifer calves. sow with 5 pigs, 1 monlh old; 1 sow wlli 7 pigs G weeks old. A few spring chickens. biinler; 1 mower; 1 waiting plow; 1 acuE- fler; 1 sulky plon1; 1 cultivator, 4 horse; 1 set of barrows; z wagons complete; 1 buggy; 1 set of 2 bundle racns; 1 over shot Blacker; I push ratej I. sfilo delivery rake; 1 -i-horse disc harrow; 1 grindstone; U.blacksmllh out ML; 2 Iroa wheelbarrows; l-.seL ot single harness; S sets ol double barness; 1.cream separator; 1 In- cubator and brooder. HOUSEHOLD large cooking stove; 1 good healer; l roll lap desk; 1 cblna cabinet; 1 dining (able and chairs Lo match. Other articles too numerous to mention.- TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS SOLD HIS FARM. M, L, LIGHTBURN, Proprleleic; J, A, SMITH, Auctioneer "f L. McGUIRE, Clerk pilot lhe _ soa oT 1PI5, Ihe Iiuo about lo Lreakv Seldom has It bau- ihe sport.us department ol Ihe news-, that "Pants" has left a pipers like a bombshell, lu Chicago j In to be knocked out of the box. He Iherc- was a veritable storm, although! generally tlrass them before the fay.s rhc wise Lilrds ivjHod (o look Pants) in (be bleachers have oveii iiolJccd over before they Joined ia the general lhat an avlallon sluul Is due. Witness CTJ- ol busher, bis experience with WHltams. a four- Was a Busher inning pllchcr, who has almost. If not For Rowland was o busher of the quite, as good a percentage of games bushiest fciod. lie camo up from Pe- won as Eilillc Clrollo, Ihe uitchtng orla, ami while ho had made his mart jslar of Iho Sox staff. Witness Fnber, iu the distillery (own ss manager of wlio Las much. If net more sluff, the Three Eye club. Ihere were Uioso'than CIcolle, but who has not tbo openly made Iho charge that It baseball brafua lo uao II. It has been was Comlsfccy's personal friendship repeatedly said thai Hay does for the former Dubuque cafe owner j his pitching rOT Fabor. derendins on that landed him In Ihe big sbon-.; the "red bead" merely to shovo Iho There is DO doubt that Comistcy dlu ball across wherc'lt Is ordered: In .the entertain a real friendship for' Row-: caso of Rowland hlj land, since they bolh called Diibiiquc possibilities Ions N'ow thelr home town, but It is .alsjo a cer-. liarus starts a 'anil goes great tafnty that the. Old noiriau never for frmr fraines, or perhaps five. TTOuld have enlriisted tlie fortunes of Then, nine limes out ol ten. he'is j his bad ctub to anyone unless ho couTd _ yanked and D.infortri or oilier i be reasoiithly cerlaln Ibat lhal -per-: Lurler is sent, lii the nieautimc, the IEOD would have an even.break'al least- Sos Lave.managed lo pile up a safe In "the iillempl to'coakc good.- And'; lead, and when Lhc-gaiac is over one I Rowland made good. [more win Is chaHied-up for Williams. K, U'ben the Sos look tbelr first slump, Rowland Is the quiet, rnrrpfn] Batter a flying start, in the. season juanager. Rowland McGraw, 1915, the roared Tiusher ,ohce unions tbo big leaguers, furnish a more, forgetting that Into '-good illuslration of opnositcs. Mc- slumps was a Labit the Sox had form.-; (Jraw is voluble and'Cicilable, ns any ,'cd years before. Thcu in 'JD1C- can lestTy. Itowlani never bas v Ihe same Ihiug. Jiut through. It all much to say until he gets Into the Rowland stuck to his zims, '.and re- clubhouse. What he szys there, ol whatever might be howled ever, Is very much to the point, and from Ihe bleachers it was a .notable it Is seldom lhat a phiyor pulls Ibe fact-that his men were playing [or j same mistake the second time, until him-the b03l baseball they-knew. I after, n long lapse, anyway. At all When Rowland ran a cafe In Du-' limes Clarence is a gentleman, on imqne il was in the palmy days ot aad-ofT Ihe rleld, but at all limes Clar- lUe Iowa lown wfacn the bright lights ence, despite his name, is perfectly were never. dimmed and there was ..-willing to lafce on a scrap. Back in somelalnj trcry slsu'.e- P.ovr- his Three Eye days he took Ward, the land was never a baseball player. bJ? center JielJcr of the Quincy club, Is doubtful if he bas played in n game f'to Ibc nicest little backdowrr on re- i sfnce he was a bid cavorting about card; all because WaM Iricd to get jlhe sanl lots of Dubuquc, bnt he.was some rough stuff and.tool; i always a student of the pastime and .ndvaTiUige of Rowlands shorter what be doesn't know abouf. Inside poundage. Uul Ward never repeated baseball could bB written on av'cigaret ihs otience, for Rowland will fight. He and George Heed, tils, ken- many a ivould-be A world of infinite variety and boundless charm. The Most Appealing Spot on Earth Ask for free California Booklets The direct, pleasant way. to Californiais Plan this winter's trip to California now 1 We will b; glad to assist you. Reservations, tickctsTinfortnation'Upon application to L. J. F. S09 Centre Street, Calgary NEW GOLD STRIKE iafroduction OL new taxalinn nicasiir- cs at'the DccniiLcr -scssinn oi the Seattle, Wash., Oct. ct Additional revenue is ue- a placer gold strike, about 2o ccss.iry" to meet on tlio sn.vpnlh and from the head of Good News Bay, in 'preceding war loans, patl of which western Alaska ivas Seat-, were paid Trpcu Hie proceeds of Hie lie loday. A slampcdc of mining men _ loans from Bethel river country was re-' ported In iiropress.-" fnotl Dakota holds and reslauranls hnvc nssurcti-beiiriy co-operation to Die and the fa oil ilircclor earneatly rcqucsied house- wives to rcciDinLer loose two days NEW GERMAN TAXATION MEATLESS DAYS IN N. D. Farjo, N. D., Oct. cvpry' Wednesday wiH be "corn ilay" and every Fr.'tlay "me.itless Jit I COI'ISNHAGEN, Oct: unilor it-procIamaUoL man govcriimeit is coiisWcrin" the lasueil today by Liwli slalo Major AV. II. Green, n graduate o[ Victoria CoIleRO, Toronto, In ION, has been hilled in acllon. HIE father the late Frederick Green of ll-.c Saskalrhowajj GraJn Gro'.ve'rs' dssocia- Ilia rpsidea ,_ Jaw. HPHE Lin-wood "Six-jo" is a true JL through and in every respect of a full membership in the great Paige family. That statement carries a world of meaning. It is a. guarantee that this car possesses the mechanical excellence that has given Paige cars an enduring place in p.ublic confidence.' It is the broadest yet, the most definite guarantee in all motordom. It means dollar-for-dollar value and all the comfort and luxury of "The Most-Beautiful-Car America." in- Why not see our dealer today. He will gladly arrange a demonstration for'you and the .other members of your family........ The Linwaod "Six-39" 5-passenger, S1330 4-passcngCT TOTTI Brajldands 4-p 2 l-FMKWlMO; Sedan I-Passengcr JW1J, All Ptlcta o. b. Dttroit. Motor Cy Company., Detroit, JhcH. Garage torr.tr Sluth StAsl and Sixth.Avenue South Phone 538 -Provinifll for Pilgc-Dttroll Motor Co., Detroit, Mfch. say lie gave a hltj.Liou! a [li qaillprsi lold VOL you'" could outrun Collins? 'I-'." j Ihe holl was I to.' Ih'c .ball to Klem? Where was Koike? Where Denton? -I I'll say you're the LesI play- er Holland's I 'anil I guess you turned' up the oultlcld In lliia You made the rest o' them look like TrJs Speaker! And 1 guess that ball I ill Holkc In Chicago knocked all hH brains ouL -never have to Tb'e afraid of baring thai happen and I BUCSS you vron'l riel- I ther. dtdn't VOTI leave there a while longer Saturday? was you trying to do, get a Job.with ComlsVey? v f must have been Bel- ting on the White shut your clam, Who them the tyla' run Chicago the other day? you'd thrown to'. Bill f right at (he jump, CoMlna I didn't lake myself Ml', of the Ecrles because I had a hancnath'' say nube and you gave him of It! You and Jacfcson muat' brother-In-laws'or somethln'. I got Eomelhlng In the series besides hump-bached liners lo Ihe pitcher, but -you where you'd of been Jf "n Icfl'handcr, You'd be" watchtn1', Iho' bats. you trying to do on that ball of see how far you could heave It? l was tryln' lo Imttnlc that peg-you marfo to the plate Iho rcporlcra Wfiat; waa bit the nallpiiM; JI you'tl 6J pJaycd.nioro- liascball and tooiball, wu 'mlfhl of got somewhcros. licked ourfielveg. aay we llrkert ourselves, and you looked good In there flalurdaj', 1 wIslJ I'd'been-hlt> (In1 agefnsl you. i I could ihrown you oilC. Just aa casiy as and Fajbcr did. _. j eay you're all a'-flfae lot Of i .Say.ao, you'ro bno of them! and EO you I Tribune- WE will Sell 01 oheep or any part., The Sheep are now located ,on the Mendenhall Ranch, south of; Magrath.s We are positively going to close these Sheep out at once. Now is your oppor- has Men i ns isiSuu IOO.V ;