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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. SErrKMinW 20, 1917 'lIK LETJinHIDGE" DA1I.T HERALD PACK THREE 1 TO SEE (JOT I WOULDN'T vo'uld [ofm hla tcani (ifld most 6[ llicm are In athletic trim and baseball perls, LecRiiso ot constant prnctlcti iUi There la plenty ot "talent" avallablo In the motion picture camps aa nil the male stars Include the usual forms of athletics In their training work. Tho gamo will lio played, at Wash- ington park, occupied by llio Games of Wednesday, ling bnllerj Triio'. havo played n half or more of thcEr club's games: Ilouscli. plnclhnail .543; llornsby .ho Georgian hitting wILH Speaker tvienly points fcchlnd There Is-a merry, scramble on for. >aso Btealing honors with Cobh artl Chapman, -of Cleveland, pressing Hi nttcr'3 team mate, Bobby Roth, lor the lead, Iloth with 49 has a" one- l advantage. Cliapman la firmly in possession 6t sacri'lce hitting hon- ors (vith C7. Hush, the Dclroit short- slop, retains a rive run lead over Cobh In scoring.- Bnsh has counted 109 times, of York, re tains home run honors wllli nine. OctrolL leads In team, hatting with 57. Leading balters. who havo played In half or more o( their olub'a games: Cobb, ..179; Speaker, Cleveland, Slslcr, SI. Louis, ,7- Kclb-ch, Chicago, .riOS; llnrrls. SOS; Vcach, Detroit, .303; Mclnncs, P 111 I add pW a, .304; Jack- son, Chicago, .209; Lewis, Boston, .239; like, Washington, .2PS. .347- Cievc Honat "-league, antl capable of seating spectators, A RO.IP grinding machine for public waalislanrts Hi Jit a York man lias Invented hat Iho advantage that Rny size plcco of soap be uacd, Some Snap! A nmn left us liis Ohevrnlct (o sell, aha ho such a low price on it Ihnt we- can't dccirt! whether he is.a phllanthroiihiNt or just plain crazy., If (here ever was a hargniii aiilo- moblle. (his Is 6iie; s Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF SERVICE j, FIFTH STREET SOUTH' i- i -LETHBRIDGC, 'ALTA, Kitch en FOR SPORT FANS The .other night I went to Ihc.lliealre Wllli a lowbrow friend. V. And. (he orchestra jilayed "LUllc Drown And he luoughl It was Ihc-national anthem. And he stood up. And I did Darn Gazette. Perhaps 1 The P.O. clock Goes on the rampage :'So' often. '--J1 It's "cither ;'a Too much brown jug Or blue Monday Clolhes-liric. xl Whichever it is M .It's.Bone clock. Montreal, ScpL. 29. The annual meeting of lhe National Hockey asso- ciation WAS begun this moriilng'p.t Hio Windsor hotej, rthcn the question ot whether professional liocfcey, will bo played thJE season or nol will be de- cided'. The directors of'.lhc N.H.A. have a problem to face ami may Jl off until a Liter dnlo through ,'in ml- lournmenl of the Is nol unlikely. Tho financial elntcmcnl will not be as cood tlil3 season RR a. year-ago, on- ly ono or two ol the clubs making any moro than It Is hardly like- ly llml n schedule tho santo as ft year; ngo, divided into two sections, will, bo Iflctl out again, rva It wag found lo he a [allure, find detracted greatly from the interest In the game, -The other, night U3 and Agnes Gave the "movies'1 3 The onceover. v [A suburbanite and fsmiJf SCO I To me s leaded behind us t Anil brought along yhu family quadruped Called Rover had a number'of Real "close" frioaUs Concealed him. That never 'coughed Up even n war lax. enjoy Ihn rural ConTcrsatlon hut we'd F'cel a whole lot nidrc Comfortable If they'd leave Hover and Ills "friends'1 To'guarrt the 1917 crop. Cnn you heal It! TEDDY DENOUJyCKS" -PACIFISTS TN WlnneapoHsj Sept. 2S.r Thconoro IlooaOTsIt BW.UMg Into (ho nprlliweH today of pairlollsni ond of (he padflata. The nearly Ihrc6 hour's After [Ip'osti- vclt reviewed Tori Shelling trq6pa, Ihc laic oftormion was'ld dc- 'liver nn iidrtress from the rlatform on vhl'cli Lafollotle crlllcizcil crnmcnl recently.. The cx-iiresMchi sjcalta In Jljnnenpolls lonlglil, forc a attpndpd game at the Y" pym. last nlslit, the "Stars" dc- itcil Ihc "Y" In ihcir first encounter, the close score of 29-27. H was n ot from beginning lo end and furnish- 1 all the and Uirills neces- y to keep Uie most rablU basketball ns on their locs. It was simply a case of Goo. MeKll- p vs. the former playing a liirlwlnd grime lor the winners, ring- s up 22 OTit of tlielr 20 counters, In the first half the score ended 11-3 n favor oC IJio The feature of' his half was close checking. The j Y" without a douht seemed lo liavcj he "Stars" oalTlcd and by a little] ood shoaling gqt away to a gooil tart. The "Stars" forwards could not et away from their guards at all, and t looked easy pickings for the The "Stars" in the 2nd half, liow- ver, made a wise move when Ihcy liansed their line-up, pulling G. JIc- [lllop centre and G. Young forward, t was then Ihey elarlcrt the fircworta. IcKiliop put in 3 field and, foul bas-i eta in leas lime than it lakes t, bringing them on the long end of 11-J2 scare. From llicn on the score wnycrt from one side lo. Uic other, onetimes "Y" anil sometimes "Stars" ihead. was on their toes ,nil the haltle waged fast and .furious or Iho remainder of Ihc game. The j Y-" mp'tlc nbouL a dozen fouls which counfera aa'G- Young tossed hem In for Ilic Slars. .The final whis- le blew finding the boys struggling, n Iho roiflille of the floor and Ihe au-j dlencc hanging over the rail yelling' madly In the frenzy of luclr excite- ment. Tlic individual scores, and line-up were as follows: "Y" Stars Forwards Dunaworlh 15 G. Mclttllop 22 Dunsworlli 4 Drown Cenlro A. n. DcManbcy 2 G. Young 7 Guards, McWallers Mcfvor 1 Noblemen Ms Two Years Ago He Was Driving Milk Wagon at S60 Now Gets 23. A resolution containing an expression ot good will and sollclloua regard In Hungary was adopted at Loday'o acS- on of Iho Unitarian General confer- ence. the, United-Slates BrTd Brit- ish gorcrnm.Gnla havo clcclfned to per- mit the (o bo dispatched lo Hungary. Jl will bo entered upon (ho minutes conference. The rficellng ihlB morning waa atlr reel up by a reference.lo the council report delivered by Rev. John Ilaynea New York, which was do hpurircjd.by ex-Prcsldont Taft' as an fcccauso'. of pacifist tendencies. ThK flflcrnqon, Riw. .peorjjo Hart of KAw'Orleans, Intro rcsululldil condemning tho re -pOTC'nnd'placing the'.col'ifertnco on re an heartily In with the Ik but It Ttfls thrown jocfitiao 11 has not been regular (By Jnck-Matthews.) Two. years ago nogcrg HornsbyT a !rt ncckctl Toxna lyko, Dgoi twenty was driving-a milk1 wagon In For! Worlh for ?CO h J.-B Sheridan In llio SI. Globe Democrat, Thi.i iscaaon llornsby Is i hilling himself Inlo (750 a inUntlt wllh hln liascball bal. IE HornShy learns lo field1 a Hllle bit Mils yttir, thai la, bccoiTitS'-an-nvcrago major lea- ha rlraw about 00 fl inonlh lor hitting baseballs next season. A rnncli In Texas Is Iho goal o( Hornsby's Sonic Jump In Salary, 9omo daah to riclica! Tto'years ngo Uornsby's annual nfcomo was J720, If lie" worked lull Imc. Now his Income 13 a mbnlh for monllig., Next year Jt may ,bo montli. Going 'sonic with Rial old baseball ball. Vfhon ho drove thai milk wngon In ETprt Worlli, llornsby had to gel up] 1.30 a.m. nnd'altirl on hlg roiilc, Jfo wfls througli by-10.3Q or 'Ihere'-] ibonts. Then he had lo act as Thnm-1 bcrmald lo his horse and a? mnnl-! cure lo hla wagon. All ol which mado Ilia flay twcIVs hours long- .'Now Ilorniby, for hlg a monlh, sleeps on the softest down, has Iho finest ehecls, mo nog rammed pajamna a prlvAlo bath, n' vnlct H ho wants one, arises fit S a.m., like a.prlnla donna, slrolls 'biit the ball 'n'flTk.-hlta n few. 'Ill lakes A ahoivcr hath, lunctica, rilurns (o (lio hascball park at 1.30, nrQCttces a lilllo grtme, hlta' ,a couple of pitched halls hard, nnd; h Iho day. Motor RTrfe In Evening, Afler rtlqncr, Uko a-prince he gets Into his motor car, takes a rido to cool oil, rcllrcs at 10.30 and sleeps until S. When lie drove that milk wagon in Fort Hornsby wore OTcralla. Now-hfc los. clothes mndc by the test tailors in St. Louis and New fork. His undertvcar costs more han his suits cost three years ago, lie spends more for a tie or ft >alr.of shoes than he was to pend on a pair ot trousers. ?'vcry month llornsby puts money n tho bank. He is a money-gelling young batter ol baseballs. -He is mly twenty-three yeans old arid has jceii olf Ihc hurricane deck of the old nilk machhm only two years, but iere is a list ol bis properly as given by a pal: 'One handsome bungalow, heautl-' fully furnished: value" One lot in business district, of Fort Worth; value, Ono lot In residence district of Fort Worth; value, Seven hundred end forty acres cf land In west Texas; Total, How Dots Ht Do It? How did.he do 11 off three years' salaries which aggregated I ,don'l Know. I only know, Uiat Ihe above list of Hornsby's ''proper- ties was published In'-a St. Loiils paper sometime ago. Hornsby drew lila first baseball, salary, a month lirlUv.-lttnlson In-1915. The 'season endured Jiut five months. Hornsby drew a salary of In St. Louis In 191G and was given n' bonus of Jf'tiO Tor Cilra good work. "hua in two years we find Hornsby's aggregiilu salary reaching: "Iniv lie managed lo support himself. Is mother U a jEd worth oE prop- erly in Iwo years olf. a salary ol 150 a year is more than I can under- sland, No mailer whal Ilornshy has dpno In. Hie p.isl, Iro has'a fare future. Ho rtrew 'less than .salary for his hasehall season ot 1915. Ho will draw almost for the season of 1917: What he will draw for IplS depends upon himself. Ho cftn hit well enough lo draw, any ealary you may care to name, if lie can lo ..his. hlttinK capacity ability lo lield' up lo'lho major league standard, not neccssar- lly a star, but still ODB o! tbo best, in llio game. SOLDIKK x SENTENCED JATri Calgary, Sept. years' 'im- prisonment was Iho sentence rnclcd out by Mflststratc DavldEpn.lhla1 morn- Ing lo .1. Tligby, alias "Spud" Murphy for assisting a prisoner to escape from; Ihc military detention barracks at Vic: torla Part. Soldiers who were.'on duty on Ihe nigbt in question sword lhat lligby was the-ringleader of a crowd oC returned veterans and a, civilian or two wlio visited tlic bar- racks, overpowered Iho guard and re- leased Hie prisoner. T Rlgby has been overseas but TV a 3 ,scnt home Irom England for. gross In-, snrjordlnatlon. lio Is well known lo i Iho policed We shall be glad to explain THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN O.UR' STORAGE .BATTERIES AND.THE OTHER KIND, THERE ARE MANY POINTS OF SUPERIORITY IN OUR BATTERIES THAT THE AVER- AGE LAYMAN'bpES NOT UN- DERSTANO'BUT WHICH ARE TO HIS INTEREST, Td KNOW, IF YOUR BATTERY'IS GIVING VOU TROUBLE OR YOU NEED A BATTERY FOR STARTING OR -LIGHTING PURPOSES, COME AND SEE BAALIM i MOTOR CO, CHEVROLET HARRY HOLMAH, ;