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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IM'CF.MIH'R I, 1917 IJ.MLV 11K1UU) PAOR "BRINGING UP FATHER11 By G. -McManus DID "CCU HE WIFE HER COLLY V-f THAT MUbT STUDY FROM SAME OLD SGNi.'b o I LIKE THEM Can Al. Moore Come Back? Wants to Meet Ross Again Al Moore wants another crack at Al Ross. The Montanan had- n't got any further than the boun- dary on his relurn to Montana af- ter down to defeat at the hands of Ross on Friday night when he stopped off and wrote a Idler asking for .1 second bout, He says his wind was not O.K. on Frlday: owing to the fact that he worked so hard to fake off weight that his wind didn't get a chance. However If he could train for about three weeks In Leth- bridge now that jie li down to weight he thinks he could go the whole route and put HOBS away. Moore Is a determined scrapper but v.'hcfhcr he .will be given a. chance to conic back to be seen. St. Paul Claims Both Mike Gibbons and Chicago, Dec-4. There la llablojto true Mike has bealen seTeral____ "-be an Irish- Insurrection In SL Paiil", but he never has stepped the Friday night will see things do- ing at the Domffrfon On December 7th the three Alberta teams will clash 'or the honor of representing Alterta In the-finals of the telegraphic bowling league. Calgary and'Youngslown are the teams Le'thbrldge will have- to beat. Both have husky aggrega- tions but the way the local trund- lers have been hitting the wood this reason the northern exponents of the game will have ta pite up a healthy score to The scores will be exchanged by telegraph on the evening of Ihe match and also forwarded to league headquarters at Winnipeg, The four Western provinces are represented In the seriesj Nelson being one of the B. C. entries. The semi-finals will find the win- ners In each province conic ndfnfl. Champion Denies Retirement, But Gives Fred Fullon No, Consideration among Ihe fans on a certain date he- Urecn June j anil June 15. Grlllith has It figured Dial ihJa will brine ID enough money to supply eTory regi- ment In the cantonment cumpa with baseball paraphernalia for months fol- lowing Its receipt, and he told the mi- nor leaguers at their that he Now Yort, Dec. ivaiits IQ box CarnunUtr iur the heavyweight champion ship ot the world, it was reported today. In view of the (act that a great deal ot the Allantlc ocean rolls between I New York anil Somewhere In France, and that CanjenLler Is ID the army ser- vice, Jess yrobably is perfectly safe in declaring he wants lo meet the burly Frenchman. Georges hag Leeii trying day lo lix It up BO he could conio to America Lo Ilglil lor the bene- fit of .the Hed Cross, but BO Tar lie hasn't had any more luck tlian Nich- olas Honiflriolf. "Tho report lhal I have retired la false" Ibe champion wired today.. "I has ways "and means provided to in excellent fighting condition oud ply all carapa witb bats, halls, mltta ready to defend my title. I prefer most any time now thai will mafce! marathon route In any .the Sinn .Fein fracas seem peaceful a 'title at stafce. Ha might bo able as a sfca't match. Two Irish kings arc j lo win the Lille in a decision bout, .but New York, Dec. comes from Cuba'thnt Armando Mnrsiinii, on I- ias entirely and masks. When it iiT remembered Inat Grin's kits of baseball tools Lave bccu sent to our l-oya In Krance as well as lo every-cantonment; camp In th'e coun- try, tho Client of Ihc undertaking can, be appreciated, And ?ust as fast as D aLejJpcu LUO ffnlHor nl lha LlfrVhli An 41 1 I ue aiJlllULldlUU, Aim as IdSl BS trying id occupy the middle weight ttiro.ic, nnd Che fight fan who can not ICQ possibilities of a rcctlon In ihrvt situation'has no understanding of Iho Irish. a Cell .of purest ray thai mailer la open for "O'Dowd claims Ihc tllle because he slipped McCoy a dream punch, ilc- Coy acquired hid claim lo the Lille by (rimming George Chip with a; heavy swing to Iho chin. Chip got it' lncapacStead him shortly otter he came lo New Ycrh last Bumiiier from St. Loula Jn n trade Tor Lee Masco. In on tnu Island the Cuban la re- ported to be showing1 h.s cM-ilrue speed, without Hie leasl trace ot a EcrcTic, clipped Al McCoy, who-Is not i by twice clouting Fracfc Klaus of as Irish as his name implies, one on I PUUuurg for tlie count. Klaus bo- Ihe chin In New York not long ago, kud thereby annexed what be and his Jrlcnda always will ctelm Is the mid- dleweight LlLlo. Mlho'a habitat Is St. Paul. Home of Mike Gibbons came an alleged title holder by bent- Ing Billy Papke. PapVe Sioppcd Carpentler Papkc'g on Ilia fact that ,he was (lie last'man to meet Stanley died the be provided, Tor .thn departing boya Trill take their baseball outfits .with Ihem. Furnish Paraphernalia During War K Mars an 5 is nil that Is scld of blm he inay help to solve Ihe one great problem which confronts Miller (fins, Ihe _new manager. Hugglha Is. excellently jirovldcd with y Griffith plana to keep on furnishing the soldiers and sailors wllh balls ond bats for Lhc duration oE the war. And by (he time the war Is over Griff's baseball paraphernalia will have made his hopes ID addressing tho leaguers at [lie Grill' called their attention lo the belt around Hie world coine true. fact lhal lt9 .with Ihe heat. But Ihc outfield all- pctus to Ihe period Just aflcr the close io[ the civil war. A'hen ypace came be- Georgea Carpentler as Hie most worthy of my rivals, for the championship. Jess has quit the circus business for a Lime, It Is reported. He has sold his the govemmenl, nnd ta tak- ing II easy .while the elephants are eating hay In winter quarters. Hie probably; will take it easy EO IODB as he wait's for Carpentler to cross the brine to boi Uim. It loolia dark and gloomy for Fred Fulton, lae lelt-handed and persistent challenger of the champion. There WRS no way that Fulton's name could he located in. message, not oven-with the binoculars. Fulton ap- parently has a long way lo travel be- fore lie gels a whaclt at Iho crown. CANADIAN BOXER WINS OVER SAN FRANCISCOAN San Francisco, Nov. Eugene SI. Paul long'hns hcen the 'homo of Brousseau, ot Montreal Canadian ama Serious Injuries two succcialve years j right to wear Ihc green. The question Jus: naturally susgcals rccognhe Ihe llself: Will St. Paul he nig enough lo O'Dowd tight BB the legitimate holder of the title. "I'll beat Mike Gibbons for Iho title some day, just see IE I was H might be Interesting to delvo 0 uowd's declaration montlia ago; tomcwhrvt Inlo the way both Mike Gib- [when he was lltllc more than a pre- mpport Iwo world's champion middle- wclghtE when both ot them are full- .blooded Irishmen? otherwise havo done. Gil la no further advanced than he was when he came from Buffalo. Iluggins, who knows Mara an s from St. Louis days, bejlcvca -the tempera.- ,p to llic prescnl Would Popularize Game When the big world war ends Grif- fith hopes lo ece the national pastime bons nnd Mike O'Dowd came to, ac-tllmlnary lighter. H eccms Ihe Ihreat, will prove nu outfielder of Ihc luie Qrcam 1Vua mm A recent rc- uulro the claim to the title each of or promise, or prediction, Is near ful-t highest order. That Is, of course, if! port from London showed lhat basc- i played fn every country on the feiuue. mental Cuban, If properly Ho 50 nL and'it Is not nn idle dreoni with him. A recent re- Liicm puts forth, Beaten All Gibbons clnlma th crown Marsans has not been permanently i waa (tlc He E2j'a he beaten all of the best may come some lime, And what a day rulddlowclghlj In llic. country. It It that will he for the Irish! lllment. ____ Tho two Mikes would surely aafce a! affected by hts accident al the Polo Krea! 20-rouncl br.tllc, and perhaps It [grounds. WHITE BECAME A HERO IN DAY Ihe icorc 3 lo 0 In favor of Yulo, xhen old Sam II. While got on the Job. Yale fumbled the pigskin ami White went allcr II full speed. Ho didn't fall on it, was tho Immortal cuilom. lie Just Most football playcra achieve fame by but nov and then some fel- .low bobs'up unexpectedly and grabs Under the circumstances Marians scoma fortunate lo be wintering In Cuba. It usually lakes r.bnul a full Boason for any player lo overcome Iho clfccls of such an Injury. Armando will popular sport in I 'At flrsl Iho games drew crowds of Englam] during Ilic last summer. ls were the- finals of tho two- j. chemplonship tour- nament, held as a hcnefil lo the Red Cross. (From Our Own Trayera, tln.occ held on Ihc 23nl in PauUoD's hall well attem'.cJ. Mr. nnd Jlrs. Elmer llaram ol Whcal Centre on Nov. 201h, 1000 nnd less. IJu'L as the Kuglish a sport-loving puulic .hegnn to gel nc- and Mrs. Kaump were Lcth- qilalntetl tlie game 11 became en- anr] during the Buttimn il waa common for games lo be off greal goha. of clory Ir, a single, licked It up SB If II were a baseball, game. Such a cllap was 3am While of without slowing up, and shot sway Princeton, and Iho siory ol his feal is worth retelling, R.WIB ilx years Ehal Sam Whllo made hlmsclt immor- Sam llnd hccn a great baseball b'ul'the grfdlron game didn't Intercat him, and It was not unlll 1D1L, 'vvhcrf ho was a senior, IhaL ho was v.-ltL Ihe hall under Iih wins, going 60 yards for a louchdown. the And he won FIVE-PIN GAME TONIGHT Tho third fame of Iho flrc-pln lea- ........._ .....___________... ______gne will bo plarert lhls evening be- diiccil to Irr Ilia Imnd at It, or, rather, Isreen tho Tlgera ana SKInnies. Tho (line-up of the Tlgersfwlll be: amith, his reel. Ho did so.wejl that he bccnrno a Cralj, Clark, Wlllclts and Llscornbo, ular, In good slanrtlng on Iho varsity.! nnd Harrison, Murrir, tlovcn. On the day In qucsllon I'rlnce- Shorer, Irwln anil 31oan. The ton I'liyed ancient enemy, Yale, will start al o'clock and ihould be t carhe was nearfng Us close, with good oat. You Need Your Car, or you would not have bought it! Properly equipped, you can drive it aU Vmiter ami your car will be in better shape fn the spring than if it had been standing idle for three or four mpi.tHs. CALL OR PHONE US FOR PRICES ON WINTER EQUIPMENT- TOPS, RADIATOR AND HOOD COVERS, ETC, Bijou Motor Parlors THE.rfOUt'E.pF FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRtOOt, AITA. have a wlnler of baseball on Ihc crowds of and more look land. on. The llrltlah youth anil the sports .pliblif In Eneland sur.erafly goes in lor sporis with o wholchearl- cOncE3 nnd entlmalasm lyhicli nrc char- acteristic, And once baseball gets, a Clark Griffilh Doing it By Sop- plying .Soldiers With Equipment New York, Dec. off to Clsrk Griffith. U-ThM i. .....Dj visitors Ihls week. Mr. and .lira. fl. D. Ulrlch left tills week for California, where tbcy in lend (o spend Ihe winter. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Kaumn and .Mr. ami Mrs. Murphy were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fogarly last Sunday? Mr, Ouy Kaltling new Jlcl-aughlin cai Jias DU f, he Is purchased a agent for To CALIFORNIA via the Scenic Columbia Kivcr Itoulc THE NORTH BANK ROAD as-- IK real fr.othold In tho Urlllsh Isles IL Is tho McLnugb.ln now. DDimd lo by leaps r.rnl bounds, j and Mrs. J. If. Scott rnoYed to In Franco, where the Snmmtca have Carmaneay 1 his. week, liecn playJng oxhlbtllon gflilicg allies: Mr, and Mrs. J-W. Murphy and Mr. they fallowed Ccnernl Pcrahlug ncrosa and Mra. Fogftly ,leaTO ntxt week for the pond! Die game IB faal becoming Minneapolis whcr'o they arc going to popular ihc (olloivcrs of eport, spend Ibc wlnler. If Clark GrlHllh'a prcrikllons cflmc I FINE TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN SPOKANE AND PORTLAND Lighted Oil -Burn- ing Parlor- Li- brary, Dining and Sleeping; Can, and Roomy Coachcj. Lfa'Lt SpeXam a. m. Arrive PorttarJ p. at: Leaw Spokane p. m. Arrive j. m. Golden Poppyland Suaihine, flowers, orange groves, perfect motor roarli lined ivlih saving paJmj, ihe pepper eucalyptus trcCa, lart.inp beachrj, man'cloii! oul-ol-doot film sludioi, historic Misiious and qu.iiui rrireala all tend to makt Calitor- nii llic rieii'-irc Capital. KcaW trip fares. Wntt far bsolftti and in- fsmatlaa. Features of the Wonderful Columbia River nighwny Arc Seen lo Excellent Advantcgc Irom Che North Dank Road's Wuler-LeveL Grade Thru the Cascades. WALDO G. PAINE AnL Gen, FjcipiE ar.d Pan. Agl. DiTenport HoLel, Spatuic, Waihmglon GRASSY LAKE Crrom Our Qwn Corrr-spondnnt) Grassy Lake, Dec. Mr. and Mrs, McNabb and Mr and Mra. all motored to Harrnangay HalurdRy to T sit relatives, returning Sunday. Tuesday (he Empress .theatre was opened under new management. H. K. Sands Is the new proprietor. Ed. JohnBlon has a new Kord car. Mrs. Uoris Jubb of Seven Persons Is visIIJng her parcnls aiid'SIrs. Proberts. Mr. Jubb .Is tr.ins- ferred as section foreman lo Taber, they arc moving thoir bousoliold ef- [ecls nnd will realflc there for the present, To ttr. and Mra. B. A. Weir fit Medicine lint hospital, .1 son, Wednesday. Nov. 2Sth. We had our first snow slorm this anew began (o fill about 6 o'clock o.m. and contttiucA'most -all day from the northwest -with Ihe ther- momclcr down good ami low, H Is very ncccptablc at this time, having had such good wcalbcr all fall our farmers bare all their ploughing done and are ready for winter weather, tho ground was very dry, all sloughs had dried up and the snow Is needed for moisture lo ensure a crop for next ca'son. The dance given the ladies relief society of tilt D. 3- cliurch Thurs- day night, wag a success In evory way. A good crowd was present, good music as a result the ladles took in a gcod sum. The latlios expect to put on ax series 'of dances during tho months.' Thu noit one is advertised for Dec. 13lh. Proceeds loigp to the neil Cross fund. MANITOBA'S TOTAL Winnipeg, Dctr. a letter of Ihnnks to subscribers lo tho Victory loan Sir Augustus Nanlon, chairman of the .Manitoba' general committee, snys lhal 75.7J1 of Manitoba's citizen? havo laken of Canada's Vic- lory foonrta. This figure represents contribution of per head of pop- ulation. true II will be only n mailer of u few years' until there will bo real worM's Rerltn between teams ffom all Dtcr the Blohe, BASEBALL VS; CRICKET RLAIBMOBE (Prom The Enterprise) A of Ihc Dlslrlcl held In Blalrmoro on Wednesday of thli week, preside! over by Judge New York, Nov. hji; McNelll. cases were deposed taken hold In and France.of: llogan MacKcnzlo and versus Lltllc, judgment for plain- The Prepare for Cold Weather Before it is Too Late .We have jusl a of automobilfi radiator hoorJ covers. and gr.inrt lliirg for (he beittflt ot the front lint In North- tiff being given In both cases, cle Samuelseoldlers and sailors. and In Bela'gm two for rent. .The li doing morb tban thai, for his bit yttrt It yns barely Itlcntcd at; latlcr action was lakcn by T. .Erie for and hall besides helng n blessing; "gioflfktd It U ng uncom- the recovery on a deal I lo the boys In uniform, Is a great thing thins'for a bill game to rnl Ibrough some rcnrs ago by which for baseball. I any where from Ja 11flOO aiMC- some of Joseph Mttlc's properly was GrKlllh addressed Ihe minor league i A recent prew dlipatch quirt- Iransferrcil to a purchaser. Aflcr magnates nt Inelr annual n.eellng In td t prominent Englith lo shearing the evidence, .IiiUBraenl was Loultvllle arj gate them the lowest (he effect (hat erlckrt It In'grave dan- rendered In Mr. Edo's favor for (ho of the low iliwna on Iho bit and b-illiftr qf'beln) by baubiir amount oC claim, plus Interest: fund Man. He told of Ihe tood resulWI In Brill.h devtlopment Ihtlon principle and costs, amounting to' he hni hid so fur and of his plant for rrioit ,irdeni fanailo woiiltf have re-' Ite future. an Appeal (or tho] earned it absolutely of nld of, the national association, and I had h bMn alter ho had flnlihed talking the ano- but a fn> yean ago. elation rotcd him a unanimous promise ltd lend Its valuable nsalslaace. I Equip Every- Cjntenmtnt. As a result of Orifl'< Visit io Although returns are Incomplcto It h expected that northern Alberta's to the Vlctorr Loan will over 8. T. Marshall and lla'rry Johnston, after addressing meetings In lha in- terest of Iho Non-Partisan League al Blnlrrnoro'and Colcman, returned east rllle every minor league clnb that li exceed the fire million mark. Thcf {operating season'will turn OTer inrtirns tor the city of Edmoitm a< 25 pur -is-ii o! ;ato recclpli date glie a total ot t23Zl'jii, tethar .wlta a toUectlott if Jwfc ubicrlHnj, _ _ (o Plncher Creek on Saturday. We nnderatand thnl win rton Ihe khnkl the'next three weeks. Word baS been received Ikat Her. Mr. Kan formerly In charge of Pres- vlcrlan mls.ilnn work at Crpwi' Not, Ford. MuweD D 45 McLnghfia Gray Dort Chevrolet...... Dodge D 35 McLaugbiin 17.50 DO NOT THESE COVERS WJTK SOME OF THE CHEAP MAKE.SHIFTS THAT ARE BEING FOISTED ON-THE, MARKET, FOR THESE ABE OF HIGH GRADE MATERIAL AND WILL OtVE YOU SATISFACTORY SERVICE. BAALIM MOT6R CO. 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