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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LttTIiimM.mrc UAIL.T HERALD FRIDAY, SKI'TKMHKH 20, 1!MS "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManu WM'INNISOOESNT GET MUCH PRAISE, BUT HE !S A SMART BALL PLAYER CATTLE OVER THE Car Ran Over Him-Inquest is Held-K. ('. Drive a Success -Death of Frank (Jirl t I': ,11,1.' Owner of Hoston Hiaves Now a Major in the National Armv in.' tispi Stuff.- .''. a star bail Btudrnt lit high school In !.�;> stuff tha'  to r.-C the ami star (Mass - made, r-back in Gloucester he never cot over it. �d his profe-isiona! career or: the diamond with th" New . Bedford team ,>:' the Ka^tern league. From N'on- Bedford he was shifted ' tn Haverhill, of the s.imo league, anil It was while ho was with the 1 a?t-Itamcd club that on-.' of Connie Mack's scouts sot sight of the youngster and recommended his purchase. Connie followed the advice, ami for 11 few hundred dollars hecame possessed of one of the steadiest all-round players the game has ever produced. Stuffy was an infieider when he Joined the Athletics, and for th" firs-three or four years as a .Mackmna ho covered shortstop. "Covered" is the Tight word in the right place. !' ��� balls indeed there were that c.une in his general direction without having the. lid put all over them. In th-course of time Mad; discovered a weakness at first h.\?e and he inform ed Stuf'y that he had 1h e:i promoted and in the future would !>� expected to guard the region about the first sack. Stuffy ae,;'iit'e,i hints t h.s :u petition a,-. and soon one of th" the bit: le illy decide infield, an stars who ha Old pcsiti-tl parded as basemen of Mack fin; llis ^lOO.ofa'i other of the t as well d i"i his came to !> re � leading l'ir-t �i;ues. 1 to break up i one after an-had uid�d Con- unittant s i L'uaUcr and sold Mack he' wh" am', world's town w to the high-id on -o :i. iu-Innis : be-was He- ard nie in hrir.ciiii: championship^ i put oil the block est liid'ler. 15.it Stuffy un'il this year, fori- iT.- season op. tied. M sent to the Boston Hod Sox. Ed. Harrow, manager of (he tons, as a result of the "ravag. war. found hir.is"!f without a ba-eniati on the eve o' tin- opening of the li'li. campaign. Stuffy was cJ.-e*. d to fill the vacancy. And lie was filling it. too. to � satisfaction of all concerned, until Hohiiltiell. the -.. . ran firs', baseman of the Red Sox. answered his country's cab. Stuffy agto'n was command- or, d to -lose the hr-tteh. :-',i Meliitiis r"tuni"d to rh" IP ;;r corn' r. where h- was a powerful factor in keeping the K-l Sox in thy van in the race for the pennan-. Thi ri'-icsiarion of I'.-i I eti from the pr"sid � ic� y lt.".:"cs to 1,-ik" up aetiv major iMimeete! -.Mill army ch"mical war say, excited little or Major Hau-ht in i� ai !�'.; :a.' 'eiuli owner i all i :' his country, on. 1:.' \i owner of Ne  is. eidi-i-d sh-rt'.y alt St:c - "titereil the war. and - !.i�t fall threat- ted to Hau^hton is tl �v i). Maiu-h-if th- He-ton � duties a the national 'rank it thug iti Mr d to �aiire! T. the �rvic". -irangi no comment, th- f . sl Nat to i'"-i'otei to "Cap' Til 11 to I in-he st - Vork Vatik-th- Ctiit-d Ban ,I-'hn-� i>li-1. our Xatiunil b ag- 11a take the tjit>>n has � fort tens! iii-torv. lb [i gat .oil.; lil'st top, f-r years been one figures iii American te 1 fane- in tie ill and baseball ;!.!> r tit Harvard laiiv-r-ity. I.titer a a coa-h. Hiitiithtou oom-s from an oil M.iss.n hus'-i's I'amily an 1 lor >� ars h- Id atl - x-cc a;.- pusita the Stat- Stri"' Trust  ompai. Hosion. Hi -i cnachini* s;. !� vo!utionit;ed jr: thi- mine, M I'.ut...-.-taoi'c. lia- The Man . nr.. week, ridge, illier-�-cut. -rests not he ele; � rue 1 ft- I'll RED SOX GET 1,108.45 EACH hri. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By tha Famous Haj-wood System FE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. ?poelal Equipment for Rim Cut Hepain. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills WISH 31 SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 Boston. Sept. 12.-Members of the Boston American 1-ague baseball team, winners of the ralS worlds championship, received ftJ-.iaT.lS today as their share of'th- gate receipts from the world's si ri- s. Manager Edward ilarnv.v and the 11 Boston regulars \v�-r�> each given $ 1,10S-.4a, while Infielder Fred Thomas, who . obtained a furlough from the Great | Lakes naval training station to play for the Red Sox. was voted ."">u. Various sums were given to other players ! i.ow in war service, the trainers, ground-keepers, and others, j The cheek did not include ten per | cent., which it had been voted to do | nate to charitable organizations, and 1 the players instructed Capt. Harry Hooper to obtain th- amount from the commission and distribute it among iioston war chariti-s. will sojourn only for in Washingi'in and will he over rtnic- shortly, wh-re so many of 'ii- time football pupils are mak- GET TO WORK WE BOIL EM We. boll your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses it, making it easy to discover and fix leaks. We are belter equipped in this way than Calgary-having the only boiling outfit In the district. ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel (1'pstairs) No longer will you be permitted to turn up your nose at work; you must turn up your sleeves at it. Golfers will naturally choose field work. Those who want light work can attend to the arc lamps. Writers will have work enough selling their work Spongers will eon'inue to work tli-ir acquaintances, and rakes will be given garden work.-Transcript. lie r i in-- tn K his , ing touchdowns and goals from the field in the vital game against the i'otsdam peril. Of course, it was impossible for him "> continue, as the chief ev.-cutive of the Braves. resignation was accepted with regret. Major Haunhton has hail a wide training in military niatt-rs. For years he was in the first corps cadets of Iioston and made a study of all the Military duties connected with that  Herpetic organization's work. Lat-r he event to the Plattsburg military camp, even le fore I'm le Sam threw his hat into the int-inational ring. It is well known among Ilaughton's friends that he has been pining for a chance to get into the biggest game of all. He is and always has been an expert in the more red blooded sanies I of peace. Xothing fitter, then, that he � thke a hand in th- grainiest frame that j was ever presented the world. 1 He was mini- president of the Brave? !n December. l(il">, shortly after Jim Girfti-y sold th- e.lub. It is almost too obviou., to say' that the Braves hut for th- war, now would tent her Vr j list ! dene ii at itla holidays \V" are glad to report that Keith, who has h-.-ti -n the sick for over three mora lis is now rapidly j improving. j A very large crowd was at the o]--ia house Monday opening to see. I'omeo and Juliet. ThV old classics; still win out. Phakespe-Bro still lives.' K. of C. Drive. j The Knights of Columbus drive is' on in the I'ass. A meeting was (From Our Own Correspondent) Cardston, Sept. IS.-Surely the CP. 11. is not losing any money upon the Cardston branch even though passenger trallic be light. Over twelve tutu-i dred head of cattle have been sent ' out from this point alone during the I last and the present week'. The largest sales possibly were . made to Mr. C. Woursell. and Mr Wil-1 liatnsoii for I*. Burns Co.. secured a large share of the cattle. It is rum-I oi'ed, however, that the whole lot even-; tually reach the big Calgary linn's i control. ' Last week some eight hundred head i went out belonging the the church I ranch, (about :idO head), the Mill | Spring cattle company (about lf>(�). i Mr Kohl. Lowe (about lihi). Messrs. Parker. Henderson and Shafer I about 140i. and Mr. J. II. Ellison (about ' libi. Of these part went to Mr. Woursell, who contracted for them earlier in the season, and part to Mr. Wllllam-' son. This week the chief shippers have been Mr. .1. N. West (about HUH, Mr. . S. Walberger and brothers (about ldO), Mr. S. ,1. 'Policy (about 40). Mr. Peter Nielsen (about llui, Mr. C. Uaw-son (about llui, Messrs. Win Webster anil Shaw labout 251. Messrs. Jo.-, and Sterling Low (about 25i. These sales will bring a large sum of money into tii" district and with local shipmeirs of the past two weeks, doubtless wi:J aggregate two hundred thousand dollars. Of course no consideration Is itiven the pool passenger when the C P. H. figures it can make a few more shekels out of the settlers down this line by cutting out a daily train and of course Mr. Schinnick could not see any big cattle herds next the railway track when he came out so of course ther-is "very little business In sight" for FOUR NEW JUDGES Ottawa. Sept. IS.-Four judicial vacancies In the province of Quebec have been lllled. and while an olllclnl statement will mil be forthcoming before the end of (he week, it in Ihought. thill the appointments aret Child' justice King's bench, Judge, Lamothe; King's bench, .1. K. Martin. K.C.; superior court, L. J. Lorninger, K.C.; superior court judge, Monlieal, A. K. Delorlmer, K.C. The elevation of Judge. Lamothe In the chief Justiceship, Kiiig'ii bench, causes a vacancy on the superior court, bench. This Is lilted by the appointment of Mr. Delorlmer of the Urn) of Delorlmer & (iodlti, Montreal. Mr. Martin is a member of the llrm of Foster. Mailiii, Mann , t.'ii.iiiin' to .-.'. ; of a pi.....td-ir to [ed by Haiik'hton. i workings of ih-I Business Manage the best teams in either 17-cr i was present, a business Giilis was chosen pre drive here. The town vided up for canvasser.-to report the work don night. Mr. Matnikar of l.ethbridge town on business. . Tile West ("anadiin Collieries have five dwellings in course of erection, and hope io have them all completed before winter s-ts in. Two of these dwelling.- are double houses. They are being constructed of hollow brick. The company has sonic other buildings on the i  ;t;-4 for the near future. Frr.nk Girl Dead.' ( Ulb have .' aboil' til-lake the pin Tho.-e clos team b-li  Wait'-r Ii. absolute-(.lection � �(. vacat- �  to the eve that Hupgood BASEBALL. Macleod Intermediate ball team will play the bridge nine on Saturday noon. The ganio will be at r>: SO. If arrangements can be made Calgary intermediates will play hero noxt week for the championship of Alberta. Base-Loth-after-called Overstocked For One Day Only, Saturday, September 21st, we will sell 3y2-inch Chains at............$3.25 4-inch Chains at..............$3.50 BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. who was catching, for the ball, as did of Die Giant Infield, (irob had reached first lupin: Kigler pointed It | out lo Karidou. The pellet lay on I fair territory not more than two | inches in from of I he plate, having stuck in the depression In front of lb- rubber, where It hugged (lie earth, "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" is directly in line for the position of (!>!. f eveeutjv-, 1 i-l 1" v 111 L' llilll to lKlVe had the neeessaiw -xperien e as well as 'he innate ability. Pending the. election of a president, the chances are that "Hap" will carry the presidential duties with hi.-: present not very light obligation -, connected with the biggest, ball park in the world. ol Mis-- Annie imid and Mrs. 1). Dutiloj terday. She was :' an inval'd most the fourth time ili< fori"! from the eri years. The three le all enlisted in tie- (' paid iii- .-oipr.-jie- .- Mr. X. S. Brown been engaged more schools, n-it-sday morning. Mr. .1. Mintaletti r his son Peter. II-riv-d In lCnglund sa tests because forsooth the said Schinnick has the commission's files all up his sleeve and has carried them off to the west In his mission of deciding for the board what shall he done for the ten thousand people on the Cardston branch, who are too small a factor in the great aggregate of the f P. R.'s extended interests to even be given a civil reply or a hearing before the case Is decided in favor of tho big interests. retain the U.X.W.M.P. in possession of its pic.-etu buildings and outfit. It might be the popular impression, be has said, tli.it the usefulness of the force is practically over, but the general public is not in a position to know the amount of work still carried on by the force. Police forces in Pennsylvania and other states had taken their pattern from the U.N.W. M.P.. which was still considered a model. The chances are, Mr. McLean thinks, that the force will be enlarged rather than discontinued. POOL ALL TUNGSTEN AMONGST THE ALLIES Washington, Sept. 19.-An international agreement for the pooling of nil available tungsten among the United Slates and the. allies, reached through the inter-allled council at Paris, was announced today by Chairman Baruch, of the war industries board. Every soldier's kit must contain certain things if lie i'i to present that smart appearance which is so necessary in our Army. Of these prolably (Inmost important ii bis la.-or - it mu:it " ta.nal - up " under all conditions it itctit In re tidy at all tunc o that he (an gel a clean, v-lvi-iy, lomfortalde ah.ivr i a tiie shorlc .t nine. Tin , is only po-'.ible. with the Ant-Strop Safety Razor bcf-.-iu.ii! it is the only one that sharpen", its own bladrs automatically, y... , Include an AutoStrop In your neit Overseas package. Price $5.00 At Iu4iw i��Uri mrrvW� -.v. t*nx: