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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OCTOnEIV 31. 1917 THE LKTunninr.E DAILT PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" >y G. McManus WALK? "COO HOW Do "TOO EXPECT W. To WALK WITH rVf FEET: Stove League is Called to Order Early This Season Ev'ers lo Lead Red Will Succeed Don- ovan in New Jones ol St. Louis Is Through. Chicago, Oct. call for vol- unteers In the Hot Stovo Loagne! Conimy anil Ills hove gone to Iho woods, Uan's alt tor war'anil'Wocgh' man Is mngnatins wllh the magnates in New York JOHis'.VV EVKHS, former manascr of the Cuts, later captain of Inc. Ilraves, and still later n private in. the ranks of Hie Pliils. Is Being In branch out as leader again, tills time as 'head of the Doslon lied Soi. to take the fllacc of Jncl: Barry, novi" a rhlef yconiau lit the navy. JHLLEIl HUOGIN'S Is through 'as "manager ol tuo St. Louis Cardinals.; iS'egotlalJons arc under way lie will succeed LN1 Donovan as tho New Vork Yankees. In A THOMAS, lor years ana then 'some right Lower, to Connie.MacJt, Is 'booked for ilUEgins' -plice as pilot of llio-Cnnllnals. This Is the one deal Hint is supposed to have hecn lised up during the world's scries. FIELDER JONES, come tack manag- er of the St. I.ouls Drowns, f Etna I fact th Both Here and Forfeits Posted Will Draw Big Crowd {Jolt Is gcllln; a following in other Southern Albcrla (owns licsides Lcth- hrldse. Carruangay boasts a fair oursc, aud an enlliustaslk bunch or golfers. They liavc lu'en in paint golf halU red and play iti the noiv In winter. E. N'. Darker of Cjrdston, ivas In the city yesterday, atid declared that he outlook for golt next year was good.- A fair eight-hole course lias jeeii their playing ground this fall, iut this will Le extcr.ilrd to the nine Is ot the scrappy lyjw, and the hat ho never Bol anywhere with Iho Cards cannot bo held against him Until 1917 he had one of the grandest collections of inlsDIs ever gotten to- gether In the ME Icauue. lliiggins' style of play, according to the story, doesn't jibe with Rickey's Idea of running a Imll They arc supposed lo havp. haO It out a nuni- hcr of times during the past season, and Iluggins became llrcd of the con- tinual Interference from.llie front of- fice. The past season was Muggins1 best with the Cards, andUlio present aggregation 13 one of the most prom- ising in Iho N.itionaKLcaguc, being To show their good faith both Harry Heir? and Anderson have posted forfeits of each on tomorrow n'ght's wrestling match. Hcln arrived yesterday noon from Barons, and Is busy today shaking hands with the fans. Followers or the ring game will be at the Majestic in force to- morrow night. He in has impressed them wHh Ihe fatl that the malch will be fought to the last ditch. The men are more evsnly matched than many thought, and if they arc anywhere equal in the science of the gsme, the bout will be all to the merry. The first prelimin- ary will start at DENTS PREPARE FOR SEASON Judge .ol. youngsters, pnu one luck iritli minor leaguers, ,.s New One For Browns "Winning, Oct. of TOT Uiat spent n few days In Winnipeg Saskatoon and lhe Vies for the Al Icn cup, emblematic of (he Canadiai: amateur hockey championship, ..are al doles next surl" duck lie Ohio Slntc, Illinois, Minncsila iind Chicago in Hiinninu for (he Chamjiionship Clileago, Oct. Ilie closp ol the 'lilg Ten" Toolball race less than savs, mafccs good bunkers. n'oiui1 away, coachca OL Hllltreat also HoasU ft course and elevens-Ohio Slalo, nuuiuor of golf fiends. The EHIHC Is surely spreading in the south aud Inlcr-club competitions are not far dis- tant. mo Is, will begin to drive their charges (li rough five days ol the stlfresl Mud of training In preparation for crucial Ramca of. the season next Saturday, j a Aitiglc exception, fnvoriles i canio through last Saturday's oil the ivlnnlntj end, and hi every in-i stance (he victors held their oppon- ents scoreless. Perhaps the biggest upset was the defeat of Nebraska flt tUc hands of Michigan. Tlifl Com lluskcra hail bc.cn heralded as having oiie ot Ihc strongest teams developed' al Iho XcTiraska institution In years, i but alter Ihr. first period ILe Xebras-1 fca defense cr.imblcil and t'uc inos plowed through the Hue for con- sistent gains. Michigan Powerful This stamps Michigan ns one of the Slim Gentleman Hnd Gobs of'most powerful team m tuo wcsi, ai- ii-i L rriL 11 hough it 13 not considered in Dig Which 1 ncy Ton- affairs Ihls season as It has only Used Generously conference Norllnrestcrji its schedule. Chicago established Hself in tho con- HarrlEon's Skinnies, stepped out 'Terence raco" by defeating Xorlh.veal- Jasl night and postered a Inrgc goli cm, ils traditional rival, in llic ol whitewash on Ilughey JenniiiKs" lerest game played on Klagg In MAJESTIC THEATRE Tomorrow, Thurs. Night CATCH-AS-CATCH CAN WALTER ANDERSON OF 200 LBS. HARRY HE IN OF 210 LBS. BEST TWO OUT OF THREE FALLS. NO TIME LIMIT. Prices: Ringside 51.50; Floor St.OO; Balcony 75c and 50c' Commence 8.30 p.m. _ Ihrough- The owners are acoullnR around for Ills successor, ami Ihey have a Ilyo man in view. To narde him now would spoil'the" 1 Denials, of Course There may be an owner or two who vlUMiTBTtd Ihcsc moves as "winter but each csse hae had 'Ibe off fetal mark stamped on ltr the big Idea will., tho moguls Dclng lo hold off until Iho last mlmilo before Ing the announcements.. They want to'.work up Interest In Iho 191S teams. ProbnbTy Iho lilgpcst surprise. In iho lot la tlio itaming of Jolinny Kvers Lo succeed Jack Barry. Tho asrccmeut wllh BVCTH l.oweverp[ Ihat Barry goes Ihroujjo -wilh hl3 en- listment. TnurBitar It wna announced In'Hoslbn'lhal the lied Soi manngcr hoil bocn cnllcd lu tlio colors, making It look as though Trojp.n John, has, a clear path ahead. Ira Thomaa in al St. .Louis hecrtiise p[ his friendship nickcy. prcalderiL of Iho Tho laUerlhlnka-Thomas Is one of Ihe smoothest iaacbnU men In tlic game. --------1___ nrtd lie Tins never UCCTI entirely sat- FUchcr Al Mamaur for nls "Thai llic American League club in: ready inaktng arra ngcn.cn ts for the Four-Sixes al the Dominion alleys, years. Northwestern, ouliveiclicd In St. Louis also is a new hoss 13I7-1S reason, which means lhat they bcaling the Ec-yab aggregation by Ihe line and backfleld. out played Chi- became known only.'roceiilly. Fielder irill bD prepared lo defend ptna ni Ihrcc gantei. It was an cago in Ihc firsl and iourlh periods, Jones Is being blamed for the lack of and the title in llic event they ex cm dating tumble. Tho-Four-Erses The triumiih Illinois scorod over for revenge and it Jookeil Purdue indiontcs Hint Illinois ami as-If they had a good change lo re- Chicago, which clash next Saturday, verse the previous score, but from aro of tqual strength. Chf- among ihc Browns, all of "retain both by winning the senior 6. .irt II tri i_ I mbtljIIHiU ill un AID, I mill ly loader of tho hilless Whllo Slock-, !el, up ,0 sM ,OT H Ai hampJonshlp. Ings In tbcir llae-wlnnlng days. Is against Owner by Infleldcrs Liv-1 jciry I.abampo, manager, captain and Prall. If Jones Is removed it' and defcn'so player of the Dentals, i tno fail Of die first hickory, v Iho rago roiled up the Identical score orar thought (hat Iho athletes will drop who was practically the entire works skinflint topplers had the maples Purdue a week ago. After being held Ibelr case. A new-1 rannnger -alrcauy, here against .the Vies, has announced [working for Ibcm and there was scoreless In Ihe first half the Illinois Ims been approached, and he has his annual retirement from nothing "to it. The Skinnies won ev- played brilliant football. In the final agreed to take the job. OH, Prominent among rivals (1) Joseph.iCarroira. _ (2) Charles Arichbvitz.- (31 Samuel llollznran. (J) Patrick Clinc. (5) Oscar Tobln. Wlilch trnnslatcil Into fistic lingo (2) (3) (4) (5) Johnny Dundee. Charte White. Frankic Irish Palsy Cllne. Wllllo Jackson. MUST PITCH FOR PlTTSBURG The rcjiorl lhal Jobn McOraw wants the remainder of the Allan game, not one of the Four-Slices periods, team will be ready when the Ice Is gelling over the 500 mark during the ready. And It is altogether likely that evening while three ot the Sklnnies Laflammc will fall into lino. At any rate he will bo ready to don the steel blades sliould the Denials be in any danger of leUJnte the cup slip Irom their grasp. AVIllard Box, the speed merchant of the Dentals, has lolncd Iho Army Den- tal corps. Jimmy Stewart, who was' suffering from a bad knee during the cheated the covolcil mark. Wisconsin Has Easy Time Wisconsin had no (rouble tn taking Iowa Inlo camp. The Badgers out- SPUING COULEE (From Our Own Spring Coulee, Oct. 29.--nyron Nel- son left last [or Madisop, His wife accompanied htm to Lclh- rldsc. Mr- and Mrs. and their daughter were Lctlilrlilgo visitors on llss Laura Rdioficld and Freddy Greenwood retunietl Irom Calgary last week. SubscripUons comtr.g in niter Lho haakct social increased Lhc jtroceeds (o ?37u.OO, TUc Ladles' Aid meet this wcett al Hie lionic of Mrs. Mr.narthy- nev. Ingles' sermon, jesterd.iy was a mast thoughtful one, the subject was prayer. The services are held at 2 p.m. during (lie months. WQ nave heard a rumor of a'parly In aid of tlic Hcd Crosa lieing given of next week in tlic now town liall. This will lie the opening of the building, and no doubt will draw a large crowd, as every ouo has (tic Interest or the Hcd Cross at lioart. October 2G. They enlisted In tho inolor Iransport branch. Chief I-'aulda clnrged J. Amalt bc- :ore Magistrate Laylon on Saturday ast witli hhTing liquor unlawfully In its posscssfoii. Ho pleaded guilly and was [Incil and costs. les Mcllolicrls has lie en elected secretary ot Ihc miners (ocal in Tabcr to succeed E. Browne, who is now for Otslrict IS. first garni! the Skinnies weighed llic-r foe and made four sue-.' hy 126 nlns The ncit tfiey annexed w.sslvo marches down Ihe field. Wls-1 hy SO, !n (hi- JtlnJ..tjlC ter was Iho :-dur-tiixfcs Percy frirln slopped out anil piled I for Minnesota next Salurdny. up tlio .high three same score of Ihc j The powerful Ohio Slate eleven wilh 6a3, BO- nwdc a meet out of Hie gamo ccjnsln urolnhly could have rolled hcine i a Weser score, lint kept Its new for- I matrons under cover In preparation year In match a part of last winter, lias ovcr thc mark on Ilio first against Denfson. Noiro Dame was rcEularly. nennlc, last year Lcc seniors. Is also of llic Denial corps. Winnipeg has heartl little hoclicy so far, but the nrosuccts for Rood hockey aro exceedingly bright. Wllh wllh member The Skinnies now want to ylaythe Herald for tun, money or marbles. Skinnies 1C3- .Murray Isfjed wltlt Unreins. A nlose friend' Isn't news. or'Thomas out tho story In fio for a lone lime; and Iham Isst Week, 'adding Ira already Drcytuas. But, neconMnc lo Ihe cluh- liail signed a contract for ISIS. 11 uj- 'owner's recent slatcment, there will wm UI gl'na, the dcnoscd leador, prnctlcally lie no trailing or dcaljnE, ns (or as the 0'( [M Mlralttcil Ihnt ho was oul by nntiounc- young pitcher Is concerned. Said Col- ot Ing that he liacl not yet mailo any oncl Uarnoy: conscrlplion comlnp "into effect II Is probable that senior 1IC 185 204 Itocljcy will be confined to soldier tesir.s, as the majority of fast year's had signed a contract for ISIS. Hug- owner's recent slatcment, there will Uliua tor next season. t "I will not trade or sell Mamiux. He Oissatlsfltd' Wilh Donovan will pilch for Plltsburg noil senaon Soon after tills report record-, or he won't play histhall. We will rfl as 2 "sure Jalio Rupert, offer him a new contract In duo lime, Yankee' owner. Is salil lo Imvd sta ilfckcrlnc wllh Ihc illmlniillvo per, oer m a n arlcil lanil I liavo no doubt but, ivhnl lie will llne-lslgn II. wo havojhart ievejAl-orfcrs Slnco Cnplalnj Ilvislon, Dono- for him, but he van's" sponsor, left' for Iho front, ilfkel." Is not oh Iho mar- will uniloiiblEiMy ho in khihl. arc Intacl, wltli the Jack Ctinmburs, 'of the Lfscombc 181 155 163 -io? MAGRATH (.From Our Orm Coric.epondent) Nagralh, Ocl. Thursday at- Icrnoon n very tn lores ting ilemonstrn- tlon was given by Jir. Cox, on llic use anrt care of Aluminum coohlns iilcn- Mr. Cos represents Lho Wear- in 9 5SS river Alitnlnuira company, G5 ladies 197 523 -u-orc present nnd each received VIC3, nnil nooilirjanson, of Ihc Mo'n-. Morccr archa. They are already In tho army. EVERS MAY MANAGE RED. S6X Allliough Prr.slilonl Tlarry H. Fra- zcc of the Boston Sox has been ducted as saj-ing that Jack Barry will jnsnngc Ihc Doston cx-champlons In Jennings Dlckson C07 G52 Four-Sixes 141 117 127 178 '161 128 150 20S4 4] n 111 355 1C7 445 571 572 539 1CS2 small pan ns, a souvenir. In tlic draw- ing contest where the ladies each had to draw, the Wear-Ever trade mark, Mlas ncvk ncnDCll was tho winner. A nice pol roast of beef anil hot cakes wcro served lo tlio ladles. Al Ihc close of the dcraonslrallnn Dr. Weeks, of Cardslon, who nas lalely relumed irom franco siioke to lire ladles. He lold of Lho excellent work of Ihc Y.M.C.A. ami the lied Cross.' lie urged tho ladies to svrllo Hellers Tris Speaker got nulUj S complimen from Dicky Johnston; the old Ho'ston oflen to the boya who are awny, H It is Cheaper To buy No Glare Lenses than to go without, them and pay a fine. We have them from up Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF SERVICE, SOUTH ,--r. for rominWon If Speakor IS Ih0 oulliclacr tho game ha, '-a Ho passw It 19 tDlIcvcrt llmt ho will over known, "llo U. In a cliiM by 1 nrkcr, Mrs. Ki enllcd Into ncllvo scrrco ami liavo gaya Johnston. Prnlso from voo- June Mrs. Woollej-, June Ami c.isb donilloiw from la quit baseball. Sir Huhcrl, yon know. FORMER PENNSY COACH IS WOUNDED Mclvln Gonfrcy, Mrs. Wlnlcrlon, Mrs Prydo, ElvR Hnrkcr. Seventeen moro nice Xmas boxes were packed ani sent lo our hoys u orcn [Ing. This makes 34 boxes mads up Vivian NncValls, formerly coach of of the nrtlclcs received al Ihi> shower Iho Pennsylynnla crews anil brother held, last week. TENDLER WINNER Philadelphia, Pa., Ocl. 30. Lew Tcndlcr rictcalcd Rocky Kansas all Ihc way-In their bout here laat nlghl. hi Iho first round ho Hook off j i Tlio regular monthly mecllnB of the i "ea In a Ixmdon hospital, hfs kneo Woificn's Inslllulo will bs hclll on Wcdnfesday nflernocn nl 3 o'clock In .vn hall. Tho following pro ______..........._____ _____.. _ 111 bo rendered. Talk on Homo lain In Iho Uritlsh army, instgncd from I N'urslng, Jliss Crtlchflelil; l.adtcs rcnnsylvanln In 1916 nnd cnllaled In Jdiiartello; Story, Mls3 Dlbt, Demon II" In a Ixmdon hospital, his kneo WorJicn'a Wed Lstcr Kocky ducked whether or not Wcdnesd nlo nn uwercnl Ihil nearly ended will ho necessary has not Ihe low, Uoul- hoen slated. Nlckalla, who Is a ran- gram wll BOXER DIED OF INJURIES I today from Injuries ho suffered wlion ho fell In Ihc ring during Ihe last mtn; Ohio, Oct. Ilio field artillery of the British army 'strntlon of Piimpkln I'lc, Mrs. Clirlsly Epstein, of Hamilton. Ohio, died early llarker. All tho fidlcs-ol Iho town W. Nesbltl, et-M.P. tor North I aro cordially invited. [ule of a ten round conlnat wlfh, "Itar- of (he Mlieral Oxford, Rl a mceUng of Iho executive of .Iho rlil Jlesa, ot Kort Wayno, Ind.. nt Ing, elated Hint he had It ro- Iho Daylon gym club Insl nghl. When elcrlcd, lo support tho union govern' Mfss Evelyn Barker of Cardslon Is In town, the guest o[ Mm. E. Dennlon Knalcln went (town, some of Ihoso who, ment fn all measures looking lo Ihc tlis Arricrhan John Moran, confltlcntlal clerk in TABER (From HIP, Mr. Armoml SmiLh and Miss Selina anc of Foremost, were imit- (1 in. matrlago on Tuesday. OcL -2S, Thcodor's cliurcTi by llcv. K. 'a'ylor. Mlsa leachcr ot the lifUi ratlc in the Central school receiv- il word this morning calling Ijer lo cr home In Sussex, owing lo no serious illness of her mother. Misa laTTi' (cfl on llic aftenioon (rain or Uie easl, Roy n returned soldier, ias accepted the position of night con- laWo for I own, Mr. Henderson s a former member of (.ho H.N.W. M.P-, and was localed in Tnber a few lie lo Ihe front aorj vas wounded anU has" Just recently re iirnctl lo Canada. Jlessrs Harold WIillo Ken. )crlck received word on Tuesday ast lo report al Calgary on Friday, VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FIIIST CLASS. 200 lusurioasly fur- nished rooms. One block from C.P-R. Hotel, in the heart of the up-town business seclion. Room rates: and only. The Woods Hotel Under samo management as Vancouvsr'a oldnst and best In tne heqrt ol doivn-town nua- facsa sccllou (next D. C. Electric Dc- pol.) Single rooms, W. D. AS'ootl, Mgr. tor rcserya- llonu. at Hcrnc, wa wore nl Iho rlngslile-say: his heaj Canada.' A was a'J.arkerl hy unidentified Ocrrpan, c" oh Ihc of ths ilhmltlert to the meeting and H'ho struck' ftt concussion of tudoftlnt Mr. Jland, JlpidcJ umbrella iKindlo. Around Your Car there is nothing more im- portant than the Tires i If your car is ihod wilh 'Infer- ler "shors" Ihtn Ihs "Joy 4f rnotorlrn" Is beciyte nolh- Ino spoils Ihe pleasure of drlv- (no so much si eonElant tire trouble. We carry only standard makes of tires and of which have been proved good by the of tjme and service. Come In and have a talk with us about tires. BAALIM MOTOR CO. >-H6ME OF THB CHEVROLET .-S BACK OF UNION IANK HARnV ;