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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LRTinmiDGE DATLT IIKRAiD MONDAT, SEPTEMBER 10, 19" "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus 1 Big League Baseball New York Philadelphia SI. I-ouis Cincinnati Chicago Brooklyn IJoston Pillsburg NATIONAL Won. 1-ost- S3 70 GO GS' CO 4C 57 02 CC C7 71 SI P.O. .041 .558 AMERICAN Won. Lost Chicago ___ Doston....... 630 Cleveland .526 etroit 507 Washington evr York I. Louis hlladclphln ,173 .421 .330 SATURDAY GAMES Boston X4; Philadelphia 3. Uoslon'3; Philadelphia 5. Chicago C; Plltsburg 2. SUNDAY GAMES I duls 0 Cncirnwu" -.010000002-3 0 and Snydcr; Schneider and P.agan; v Second SI ..001100000-2 0 0 Cincinnati .000000000-7 1 2 Meadows nml Gonzalcs; roncy, ben neidcr null WIngo. rmsburg ,-ooooooojo-o 4. S 1 Coopcv and Schmidl; Douglas an INTERNATIONAL 00 51 74 CS CO GL 45 40 47 50 GO 67 67 70 70 81 r.c. .657 .015 .552 .504 .473 .466 .372 .362 SECESSION OF FINLAND. Ilelsinglors, Sepl. Velcl rnl Vreinya announces lliat Ihe Fin Ish scr.ala has dratted a hill for til eflnllc secession ot Finland from UiEsia. The lerms of the elds, are more1 drastic than Ihosc o lie UIU "'at recently passed tli Finnish illel, and it will he 'prescnlc o the provisional government. 11 icwspaper declares in the [orm of an ultlmalum. mi m But Some Southern Alberla Far. mere Are Looking For Hunt- ers Who llreiik Fences The past weelt has seen tho com mencement of a big drive on Ihe dud! family with the result that In Ihc Southern Alberta sector the duck ]iavc lost In tilled, wounded and rnlsi ing almost as many as the Russian uscil lo Inflict on the unsuspectin Austrlans when Nicholas was stl starring. One parly o six made a real drive at IS-railc lak In Labor day bringing bacfc ISO. In full bag allowed under Uie act. Eigh cen mile lake seems lo have the ca on Hie rest" of the duck grounds 111 SATURDAY GAMES TWtroltl; SI. Louis 0. Washington 0; New York 2. Washington 3; New York ft. Chicago 2; Cleveland 0. SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland ..100 002 Chlraco -200 100 COO 0-3 6 Covc'leskl, Coombs and O'Neill; Bus- sell Faber, Dantcrth and Schalk. 13 0 SY G 1 Mitchell and Slanage; Slern, Daven- port, Koob, -Wright and Severoid. Second nelrolt 7 2 St Louis ..005000100-6 12 1 EnmHe, James anil Slanage; Daven- port and Severoll CLONIE TAIT IS HERE Champion "Arrives Matqh WORK OUT IN PUBLIC As the Old Boy Says "What is more enjoyable than a Promoter Blunt Cigar T' Answer-Three. You get them for a quarter. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. SATURDAY GAMES 2. 5; Montreal 0. Baltimore 11; Newark 5. Hliffalo 5; Toronlo 3. 0; Toronlo 5. lllclimoiiJ 2; Providence 3. 1; Providence o. SUNDAY GAMES rialllmorc S; Newark 3. 3; Ncvvart 4. 1'rovlilence S; Richmond 3. 5; nichmond i. Monlrcal-Toronio, double-header was postponed, rain. ASSOCIATION SUNDA.V GAMES Kansas City 3; Columbus 0. City 7; Columbus 3 St. Paul 2; Imlinnapolls 0. Paul 2; Indianapolis o. Milwaukee-3; Toledo 1. I; Toledo 0. (Game called enil ot Louisville 3; Minneapolis 1. 1; Minneapolis 1 H. Barclay, who was scrv fng n two-year sentence In tho Manl loba Jail, ended his llfo by hanging himself with a bcil >Uel. Philadelphia, Sept. safely or tho larce Heel of merchant ships caarying about worth o cargo and convoyed by about tvenl> Brlllsh dcslroyers In the submarine, zone was endangered ly the alleged utlnouj! conduct of. Ihe four mem- crs ot an armed American oil steam- taken off tlie ship Wednesday ght, according lo witnesses who les- Itlcd against them tutors a federal ommlsaioncr. The men were held or a furtticr hearing noil Wednesday. Witnesses tesllllcd that Ihe four men threatened the caplaln and the Met gunner of the armed guard and lal they broken Ihe screens olt he lights Willie In the danger zone, ompelllni! the commander of the onvoy lo signal the that he whole fleet- was endangered, Treasonable utterances against lie Unltcit SUtea is another charge against the meci. GENERAL INJURED Copenhagen, Sept Is scmlof flchlly elated that den. Von Luden dorff, Ilrst general In tho German array, Injnred In a wreck Auguat 19 neir Bmsaels when, owing to the mlspltcetl iwllch n munition train struck Ike general' special car, overturnlns It ind smaih Ing one end. for that "Happy Feeling "we Recommend an Automobile Makes Charlie Chaplin Look Like a Funeral Procession. Lirt wtek we made a man h.ppy with Chevrolet. Thli week w. have tcccrH.hjnd MaivMll, Gwd etri, these Thh> If In IIS! condition, ind we Jrt offering It it l come In ind Me It. Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH S06TH LETHBBIDOE, ALTA. year. Mallards are very much In evi- dence Ihis year, and from all accounts they are in good condition. With so many big ones flying about the Hop- pers are getting off more lightly than usual. Hunters in some parls are gelling In wrong over shooting on other people's land without permission, Ic-av ing gates down and other acts lhat cause, Ihe farmers to frolh at the moulh. The Vulcan Advocate tells of ono farmer who rode all day Sunday trying to find fitly catlle which escap nil Uirousli sii places In his fence where, hunlera had lakeu down Uie wires, leaving them down. .S. S. Dun- ham, vice-president of tne U.F.A., ad- dresses the following remarks to the Herald ancnt Ihe same trouble: Do you like lo.shout? A good many people do if Iho shoting is good. To the fellow who is shul up in the shop, Etore or office the greater parl of his Mme, a day's shooting Is wonderfully no recreation. And Ihen there is omelhine admirable about the real port. The fellow that plays the game quare, that does not evade the law, hat respecls the rights of other eople, and does not shoot the "Boil- such a man, as a rule, has luany rlcnils among Ihe counlry psople, and all hunters were of this class, Ihe port would be much more popular ban it is at present.. So many people when they gel ou n the country forget that other people lavb rights besides themselves. Re- cently I was driving through some en closed land, belonging lo a farmer no ar from Lelhbrlrlge. I saw him com ng towards me and stopped. When ic saw who 1 was, he saldr "Oh, bought you were one of thos damned duck and then 'they arc running mo crazy, the drive through my farm and leave th ;ates down. Yesterday my horse escaped and Thieve not .yd foun them They coma up next lo m hoiiso anil shuol among my stoc" Last had a colt killed, and Ih year one of my horses was sho One day when no-one was home b The members of "Ye Anclcnl Order of Gowf" held a most enlhuBlasllc meeting last Friday evening in Ihe Y.M.C.A. Unlike n good many meet- ings it started promptly and quite a largo amount of business was put through. Owing to the unavoidable absence of the president and vice- president, Commissioner Grace oc- plcil the chair and In his usual hum- ous but business-like fashion car- ed oul his part ol Ihe wori In a jry commendable way. II wns decided lhat the cup, 'which is presented by llr. Ewerl, Jeweller, Ihe club some little lime ago, and hicli was won by Dr. Craig, should 0 played for twice a year, Iho dales 1 be fixed later. One step was taken which should Members will be allowed to iand In' as many cards as they choose, pro- vided they pay the OCc for each lie Idea helnj to give them lie prly-'" liege- of playing one, two or more Barnej during the week if they so de-': sire. All cards must be returned. The folowlng rules must be strictly obserr-. ti: Each player must keep his oppon- ent's score and sign same before It'ia- .anded In. At Lhe seventh tee If a' layer drives his ball Into the laie IB may recover It, It possible, and. Irop It over his shoulder as near as poslsble where it was recovered, and irocecd to flrlve agiin citlicf round or over (he lake, but he must count: a penally stroke for laklng It out of, he water. Under no circumstances muit he tee it again. The same rule' applies lo the ninth tee. Supposing) a player drives his'bfll Into an urK playable position in Ihc bushes he must on no account bring It back and Ice oft again, but can recover the ball nlail decidedly good results for the lub The popular Davy Hume was nanlmously elected caplin. The club s to he congratulated on having laser of Ihc calibre ol Mr. Hume raong Us members. He Is an olt ountry player of vnst experience- am e Is always so willing to give anyon ho bonefil of his knowledge ot th lhat it la a Ireat lo play with lira. i It was also decided that a club din ner should be held on the 29th ot October to .be followed by a smolter at which various mailers of interest o the members could be discussed, "artlculara will bo advertised later. Handicap Planned. It was arranged lo hold a handicap on September 22. a charge ol BOc en- trance to bo made with the creasing Ihe funds. This tournament is lo be held under slightly different conditions lo Ihose previously held The conincllilon Is lo be extended for one week, the score cards are to be obtained from Ihc secretory, duly Ih mailed for Identification and are to bo returned not later than Del. 1 and reliro a couple of yards' It neces- sary and drop It over his shoulder. and play, counting-one as a slroke. Young Geoffrey Waddlngton did a good slroke of business with his Red Cross dog on Labor day for tie Red Cross. The dog was bought st the. Itcd Cross sale about two years ago when quite a puppy. Perhaps some ot the ladles will remember It. On Labor day young Geolt Tent but to the golf links with Bis dog his led Cross box and during the course f tho 'day recovered no less thin 23 alls out of Ihe lake and received in inscriptions from Iho plaj- rs Ihc amount of -All honor o young Geoff. Ho la setting a good esnmple to all llio other boys. i'i INFANTILE PARALYSIS. CLONIE LIGHT WEIGHT CHAMPION Clonls Tall Into tnc city Saturday afternoon frorn Wlnnl' peg- The lart time Clonle favortd Lethbrldge with hli pretence .nn Juit a lightweight. Nsw, he Ti a better one, In bett In Canadian, cham- pion. It alx ilnec Clonle down from' Edmonton' look- ing for a flgM hen, md since that time he hx hlinMlf In Ihmllght In rlnt world, Ho put Johnny O'Lury In the of the on-ehimp'iOM; Ho good lhat hla man- ager, Day; B'aver, believes he is a dark horse on TaiL In fact, Beaver l> aitlifled that Whitey will walk out of the ring with the' lujhtvnlght belt tutked away In hla Jeani. Whitey remain In Winnipeg all thla week, and will arrive about nsxt Stir.Jjy lo.wirlt In public for the Thurtday evenlraj boirl. Talt li.in-anglng for pub- lic v.'srkeut thli wtck, ment of which will later, declare! he la In the pink of condition and ll M corrManl that he will win that It taking on' a tcrap In Winnipeg with GUI MlnMapolla, the laat if ll pouible lhat .'be will retvrn lo to hook til with Ingalli of Un Fran- clico and Great Falls on giving Day.. vlolallon of Ihe law and of othe On anolher o people's jiehls under the name o casion I had some large goose and! "hunting, some ot them were killed. Yester- day a caught a man in here shooting docks right at lire house, and'when 1 went lo his car he had about fitly ducks and over halt of them were loppers. No man can uso thai raany ducks. Those fellows are crazy, and i I lo summons the flrsl roan- found Inside my Held wllh a gun." Hcally, tip you blame him? A farm- er's life Is not all pleasure; it cou- sisU ot long days nnd hard labor. Thera Is no picture show or theatre for him. What pleasure ho has arc. ot rustic nature. He likes to see the wild fowl breed and grow and harbor about his premises. Occasionally ho may have an hour to shoot. Ordin- arily'he docs not object to a Irlcnil who respects his rights, who closes bis gales when ho goes through, who Is careful nbout shooting so as lo avoid ilohg damage, and who gen orally has regard for Iho oilier fel low's rights Id shoot upon his prem Iscs. But when Ihc fellow 'rushes In without permission disregarding everyone's rights, leaving fence down, shoollng wllhoul regard I slock Ihe furmcr Is Justified, yes h Is derelict, in his duly If does no "summons'1 such a person, and -prose- cute him to the limit. I know of no one thing that tinsel more friction between the counlr folk and the people who live In th cities than the actfcn of this das ol Irresponsible hunlera. You cannot call them sporls. Vandals rather, wonM bo s more appropriate name. To which class do yon belong! It, behooves every real hnnler and lorer of Iho sport to co-operate and asflst the country, folk In preventing tbt Toronto, Sept. JlcCullough, provincial officer, of. health, reports slight intnntllp paraly- sis epidemic In' Ontario. Edwards- burg township with seven cases anJ Ottawa with eight cases are the most seriously affected points. Cardinal village has flvo cases'. Dr. McCul- lough says he'docs not think lie opt-' domic will bo serious. THE KIND YOU WANT In our extensive stock you will find the brand you came for WHETHER IT IS LUBRICAT. INC OIL OR GREASE, OH OTHER AUTOMOilLE ACCESSORY. STANDARD, TRADE-MARKED WHICH USAGE HAS PROVED THE BEST IN THE.IR. LINE ARE ALL ON OUR SHELVES.' KEEP US IN MIND. BAALIM MOTOfe CO; HOMI OF. THE CHEVROLET OF UNION MNK MMRY HOLMAK ;