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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKTDGE DMLT HERALD SECTION Young RpsS 'signed articles for the Ross- Weeks bout' ItiSt night, mid all is well on this of the (leal. Incidentally' Ross posted tlOO forfeit money to make 158 pounds at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the light. In tin, joint articles it is stipulated 'that Weeks shall do likewise. Boss is wise lo the fact thai he will have lo be in the bust shape of his young career 1 01 the match, and started work this morn- mng menu includes a five-mile run before He had his first jog while the.' rest of us were hitting Roll 2609 in Match Against the 'Muggsy Single High, mi. the tcathus this moimng. Two Matches for Weeks Herrick to Meet Him in Teg Will Meet Ross Soon After By tnltine two out of three games with a total of 221! pins to spare, _the Herald aggregation City Willard vs. Carpentier Billj Weeks it on his back to Vancouver, and his coming is creat- ing.suite a stir in fistic.circles. As reported Saturda-v lie ap- pear in the ring in Winnipeg about Dec ir> It IB learned now that Joe Herrtak who received a beautiful drubbing at the hands of .Tc-niHiy Gibbons some time ago, is to be offer- ed as a sacrifice to champ. A dispatch from Winnipeg "Billy Weeks, Canada's clever mid- dleweight champion, will soon be seen in' a local ring. Winnipeg pro- moters have wired term's to Weeks' manager at Cincinnati O for a match here on December 15 and he has accepted The Canadian chain: pion is one of the highest priced boxer's in the ring .today and. If the match js made it will cost the pro- moters a bis percentage ot the gate receipts besides a tidy flat amount for expenses. "Joe Herrick, the .middleweight of Kewanee, 111., will no doubt be Weeks' opponent. i 'Biddy1 Bishop, who manages Weeks, says in 'Any boxer -who can scale 158 pounds.-rmg- side and whose white will be acceptable to Weeks." "The pronyict of the match- be- tween the Canadian champion and Herrick has Winnipeg fans aglow with interest. If Billy Weeks meets -HcrncK on Dec lo and "i oung Ross in Lethbridge Bowling League fixture from the Mug gsy McGraws last night in tho best exhibition of trundling in the Citj League to date. Twice last night the high team string record was shatter ed The Herald did it in the lirst game when they topped the mark by nine pins. The Giants cnme right back in the second with 877 which broke all records previous to last night. In this game the Heralds tore oft SOS. In the third both teams were again over" the SCO mark, the Herald with 835 and the Giants with SOI. Not only did the Herald break the five man string for one game, but hung up the high three game total with 2609 for the match. This is more than 100 pins better than any previous high total on the alleys during this league. Elam Frey was trundling a I great game, with 227 high single game ot the for the three. Tommy Evans, of course, was high string with 59S, his high single being 212 Wilt Murray, subbing for the Herald, tore otf his first game. The next, game comes on Wednes- day night when the I. H. C. and Mercs clash. Last night's scores: ARE HATCHED New York, .Dec. ges Carpcntier, the heavy- weight champion of France, and Jess Willard, world's champion, virtually arc matched for ;t ten round no decision 'bout to he fought in this city within the next two motiths. While the final signatures of the pugilists have not been obtained, the verbal consent of both heavyweights has been ob- tained and they now are waiting for articles of agree- ment to be forwarded to them. The sum of from the profits of .the match is to go to French war relief fund, and it was on account of this ar- rangement that permission was obtained for the release of Car- pcntier from the French army. Final contracts for the con- test are expected to be signed by Tex Rlckard and representa- tives of the pugilists here within a few. days. The date and place of the bout has not been decided definitely, but the battle probably will be staged in Madison Square Gar- TUESDAY. DECEMBER PAGE THHEE FULTON ACCEPTS OFFER TO FIGHT JESS WILLARD Milwaukee, Wis., Dec, Fred 'Fulton lias accepted an offer ot with the prlvi- lego of twenty iiur cent. oM 187 145 210 160 521 498 dens. Football Scores are the results of scheduled football games played Ottawa, Dec. Williams is the latest football player ot promi- nence to figure In Hie casualty list. The great running and kicking half- back is in the Keit Cross hospital at Houcn, France, with a gunshot wound in the ankle. He is a lieutenant in the 3Sth. Few Canadian gridiron stars enjoy- ed the reputation of Jack Williams as a member ot the Queen's University team. He came to Ottawa in 1907, and played with tile Rough Riders till ISM, when he joined the St. Pat- rick's club, which played a single sea-! son in the 0. H. P. U. Williams was a magnificent punter, very fast run- ner ami tho headiest half-back over seen In eastern football. In 1909, in the memorable saw-off same between Ottawa and Hamilton at Boscdale field. Toronto, Williams punted his team to the Big Four championship, and abetted by hard and sure tack- ling on the part of Bert Stronach and Jack Ryan. Lieut. Jack was a good baseball player and track .man, an expert swimmer, and clever boxer. He has a myriad of friends who will pull hard for his speedy recovery. To fry" fish properly they should be put into boiling hot fat. FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE 24-Hour Service 0 Caters to Ford Business. i Let Us Demonstrate t Warner Lenses Yankee Pumps f Uiuilop Ooodyear Dominion Tires J Have You Tried Vultex? Long Williams McPhee 100 227 547 139 507 Dec ID ami louus MCiJnet on Dec 20 he is going to have a real busy time of. it, hut it will assure him a wad of kale to tote home Vancouver for Christmas festivities 865 Giants 118 191 143 170 127 109 176 141 109 836 2609 463 4S3 443 394 INVITATlON TO THE BARONS TRUNDLERS The Baions nuckfes "who have i gime on each side of the record book with the local pin topplers aie heiehy ex 877 SOI 2387 FORAN WILL ARBITRATE IN HQ.PKEY DISPUTES Chicago Deo of boll players in tha American League -who were signed at high figures to retain them during the war with the Federal League will be sharplj re duced, B E Johnson President of the league announced today The game conducted in .an ner during the fight with the Federal league President Johnson said and all expenses connected with the oper ation of the sport next season will be i JNow that the trouble Is he asssertnd, we will have to return to a sound where men who have invested their mone5rin the game stand a chance of obtaining a fair return. There will be no renew al of high salaried 'war' contracts. The players must understand that, agree on a new contract at bring tneir mmerumeo poian received letters last week them. They are assured a from -president -Patrick, .of. .the Pac- -warm reception and the scores Ottawa Dec Toran Stan ley Cup trustee states that ho has decided to accept the position as ar bitrator of differences between the 1 Pacific coabt and the Ho pin topplers aie heieby ex and the Hoc. tended a piessmg invitation to association should any arise He invade the Dominion allejs v ls chairman of the national ____j any night this week and bodv bring their mineralites with v, on rar> mil be kept m tho vault .we win agreo uu utiw Hamiit0n snectator, no-uecisj the annual meeting of the But jne biggest joke spru League here December 14 that will McKgnzie on the Ambitious i... 'oil It will be ._ n-_ tfeaf be lair to 'all concerned. It will be equitable to player and to the club owner." BILLY M'KENZIB BADLY BEATEN Windsor, Ont, Dec. a ten- round bout before the members of the Windsor A. C. tonight, Sammy Tay- lor, of'Dettolt. won easily over Billy AfeKeazio, ot Winnipeg. McKenzle displayed a lack of anything other than ability 'to assimilate a lot of punishment, which Taylor admin- istered when and where he pleased. WHITfe BEAT YOAKUM New Dec; White, ot Chicago, Yoa- -Sui'J, of, Denver, IB-eight rounds of'a ID-round bout'.heYe tonight. White Yoakum 134. EDMONTON BULLETIN WRITER SAYS NAWSTY" THINGS OF BOXER The further away a boxer travels from his home town the mightier is Ins prowess, and former bouts which resulted m his being shaded ate mag nified IDLO glaring successes An in stance of this is given in the case ot Billy the Winnipeg light- weight who was twice decisively out- pointed by Harry Anderson in the Edmonton A. C. arena. These bouts appear in Billy's record, printeiiathe Snectator, no-deciaion ai ng by City scribes, is the statement that, "Me- 1 Kenzie first gained fame b.y 'boxing a twelve-round draw with Johnny O'Leary at Saskatoon." Tee-nee' If Ifu, Coast League and Secretary Calder of the NHA requesting him to act He was anxious to retire, from sport, but-has agreed to make an exception in this case, although expressing the hope that the two leagues would get along harmonious r for the good of the game -acceptance completes the ..peace pact as he was agreed on by repre sentatives of the Uo professional leagues Saturday'ou the grounds of the first- mentioned clubs: Midland Section Uarnsley, Bradford ,0. .Birmingham, 4; Xotts, ll. Bradford.' Kotllerdum, 1. Hull. 2: Griuisby, 0. Leeds, 2; Sheffield, -i. Lincoln. 1: Chesterfield, 21 leicestei 0 Sheffield. 0; Hudderstield, 0. Lancashire Section Burnle> 1 Bolton I Bury, 1; 0. Liverpool, 2; Everton, 1. Manchester, Rochdale, I. Oldham 1 sBlasliDool 1 -t- Preston 2 Burslun 1 Stockpoit 0 Manchester 0 Stoke. 2; Soutlipo'rt, 1. London Combination Crystal Palace, 1: Chelsea, 3 Southampton 3 Bientford 1 Tottenham. .4; Arsenal, 1. West Ham. 2; Luton, 0. Queen's-Park, 1; Portsmouth, 7 F.ulham, 1; Millwall, 1. Clapton, 1; Watford, 1. Scottish League Ayr United 0 Patrick Thistle 0 Clyde, 1; Airdrieonians, 1. Dundee, 0: Third Lanark, 1, Queens Paik 0 Kilmarnnck 1 Hamilton A.cads 1 St Mirren 1 Morton, 1; Hibernians, 1. Ralth Roiers 1 Celtic 4 AbeVdeen, 0; Motherwell, 1. Hearts 1 Dumbarton 1 Bangers 3 Falkirl 1 AUTO OWNERS BASKETBALL TONIGHT .V game ot basketball will be played tonight at the "Y" beueen the "5 M'C A. and Kliox. A game also -lie played, coining on before the main i charge ot admission will be made. EXflMINE YOURSELF Are you troubled with i coiisjant hoa'daches? Do you have backache and aching limbs? Have you pain- ful swollen ankles and joints? Arc you subject to Eheumatism 01. Sciatica? Do you arspect Stona or Gravel? Have you troubles2 In -nearly case the aoove ailments can ba1 traced to impurUios of the'blood, due to defective UidoojH THo wbole blood stream paused through tha kidneys every three minutes, lor removal of all impurities. tldneja to liritv Glo JiValtli In ttouuiii upon tbousaods nell Bin Pill. 50c a DOI or 6 boiei lor S2 50 eay the Saskatoon affair was a then the Battle of the Somme is, only a practice shoot. O'Leary started in on McKenzie trom the opening gong and hit him with everything but the, wa- ter bottle Billy was knocked down so rnanv times flie scribes lost count and finally the bout was stopped to save the Wmnipegger, farther punish. ment, and O'Leary awarded the deci- sion It was a technical knockout as Mekenzie was physically unable to continue Now that McKenzie is in Hamilton, which is a. long, Ion? way from- Saskatoon, the O'Eeaty bout appears in his record -as a no-decision affair. Edmonton 'Bulletin.. Automobile Owners WE HAVE .INSTALLED A COMPLETE EQUIPMENT FOR HE-' PAIRING AND CHARGING STORAGE BATTERIES. NO MATTER WHAT CONDITJON YOUR BATTERY IS IN WE WILL OUARAN- TJE TO'MAKE IT AS NEW. kagtieto Magnets Also Re-charged WtfipeilalWe en Electric and Starter If .your itiirttr bothers you cm fix it for you, Stude baker Owners v With our branch in Calgary, prepared to any part for any modil of c.r within twelve heurj and will furnish a competent Studebaker mwhanle to do the home If necwwry. j _ j .-jl r STUDEBAKBR GARAQE l. t., 1882, Low Round Trip Fares to Eastern Canada The Niagara Falls Route Tickets are on sale daily Dec. to Slrt, 1916, inclusive; return limit 3 months. In addition to numerous trains to local Michigan .CcntralCana- dian points, fast solid throuBh trains provide unmatched service, Chicago to Toronto and Montreal, via Michigan Central R. R. and Canadian Pacific Ry. Leave Chicago Arrive Toronto Arrive Montreal a. m. p. m. 8.55 a. m. 619 p. m. a. m. 6.30 p. m. i 4.35p.m. Also Low Round Trip Fares to New York Boston lo 'emiMCtion with 'tlekea to Tram-Atlan'lc pointa via Steamship Line. 1 TicVMs.rtra uled.ilyNov 13th to December 3Ut, return limit live months, rad MKoediolttofrvra at many points enroute, includmB nuture s greatest Boeder- Niagara Falls Fire Fast Trains Every Day 3.30p.m. Wlr to ywr lural >nnt for lickett, o. TeJrapteto InfonMlilill "PPlV va Spokcuie Office k 408Cohpnki.BuiWm; A.M.NYE, GwmJAfmi NF.WYORK LINKS 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers 1916 Ford Radiators and Hood-Cavers Don't forget we can sell you tires cheaper than any place in the west. j A EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DIAMOND TIRES Squeegee Tread 111 __ i> f Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN I PACIFIC: EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION ,WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on Sale, Nov. 13th; Dec.'31st, 1916. Final lletiirn Limit Five Months Prom Date of Issue. For Full Information Apply lo S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. K. DAWSON, Diatrict Passenger Agent. Calgary.' Winter Excursions Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER lit, TO 31st. All Points mffastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE. MONTHS from date of iwue. T-Atjar.tic Seaports in con'rfection with ocean ticket, via'all- to the OLlHibUNTRY Final Return Limit FIVE MONTHS from'date ol n.ue. Alio to St Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapid., Chicago, Counoil Bluffs, Oes Moinet, Dubuqua, Fort Dodge, Kansa. City 'and oth.r United States flqinte Final Return Limit.THREE MONtHS from date of ifauc To Victoria and New January to Uth md 5th foJOJh, Limit April 1MT. v For full information apply to any Canadljn PMlAe AfMt, _ write. R. s ;