Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, DECRMRRn 5, 1917 THE LETiinmnr.F. DAH.Y m-.R.vt.n "BRINGING UP FATHER" PAGE YHflEB >y G. McManus TO FROM 00, IT A MAN WITH THE HE COLLECTED FOR LIBERTY OONDb- WELL WHAT 10 TRY 10 BEAT II Lethbrldge trundiert will to itep rlahj out on Friday night if they are ooing roost-aleng- the Winnipeg bowlere in the hung 2824 foV three gamers in the Manitoba series on Monday night. That is som.e trundling, and the will have to step lively on Friday to be up .there. The fol- lowing Winnipeg dispatch tells of the Manitotfa series: Rolling >ight up to form, the Winnipeg won quite from Brandon In the first match of the Western Canada telegraphic bowling tourney. The locals made a clean sweep by the following scores: Brandon: Wlnnipts: 950, KB, 946. Charlie Gibson was high with 603. Another entry was received and accepted tonight when a team from Pontlex, was included in the Saskatchewan division to bowl Wednesday evening. 135? There's some fooilnE with tho cards somewhere." Not a Welterweight James laid himself open to an argu- ment vight away ivhen-he spilled all Ihls lalk, and Tommy Walsh took up his cudgels In defense of Leonard. Walsh recently liaiT'Vic Moran in Xev.- York to meet Leonard anil the chain- vr climbed on the scales, despite New York. Manager Says Light- the fact that lie mhjnt have eiercised weight Champion Refuses (0 tho champion's prerogative anil de Contenders Chicago, Dec. a'. "Benny Leonard ES NOT Bun Airmen Make. Bunkers on By Drop- ping Bombs lively, lie." "Big Willie" "Little Wil- Greent Escape So, far the putting greens have'-i'jf; fercd but little nnd the English 'en- lius.'aEls are hoping that their luck ivill continue lo hold. Occasionally R leeCng ground is blown completely off Iho map, V'Ut this does not matter so very much.- Durirg a'raiVl one course well known to many Americans, had a teeing ground blown to smithereens by a honih dropped from a frustrated Gotha machino on its way back home. Was there a luan-diEmayed? Not a bit. As soon as the raider had passed _ afay into the blue the greens corn- Babies are not the only .target of mado fln and dc. the Hun raiders. When balked o! ddedrthat they would build a new tee what Is io them legitimate prey or i further back and use the cavity as a cliiicd to weigh In. Walsh saya Leon- ard weighed 134 U-2 in 'his ring clothes. "Johnston's assertion that Leonard may be chzmplon, all hut how is a welterweight is loo can they call him the greatest light- Walsh said. "Leonard Is a real light- weight we ever had when he hasn't wciBnt- question about that. John- even agreed to meet the three best Eton lo11' mc must nave "10 second-raters in the business'1" scales doctored on me, but .Moran 7? James was In a Iruculenl mood and lieve he is cheating 'in the leait." he brought forth his words of condem- nation of Ihe conqueror of Freddy Welsh and Johnny Kilbaha with con- slUerahle energy. Jim had a chip on both shoulders. Ho talked like ho would fighl at Ihe drop of the hat and was willing lo drop Ihe hat himself. Won on Technical Knockout "That's exactly what I roared Ihe "boy bandit" of 'Gotham. 'Yes, he's champion because he got i technical knockout over the old champion, but why doesn't he battle Charley While, or Joe Welling or Johnny Dundee? Did you over hear Leonard or his manager give any rea- son for not meeting one of these three? I never-did. 1V'. -While has an excellenl claim for COMBINATION TROUBLE IN driven away by the English pursuit machines and ilefensivo guns tho halsor's'raen turn to the golf courses, LEWIS-WELSH they drop a few bombs and then (urn away toward the Hhino to report to their war lords the success of thoir! Tliese are gloomy days for enterprise anil to give details to tlie Lewis Tommy Walsh confederacy. German public of how another section First, Charley While, klhgpln of their of lias been laid in ruins or stable, bob's up with a broken left Known "Third Man in the Ring" in the.United States' ,New York, Dec. White; widely-known boxing Ye'feree who died ,1 match with Leonard; Him claim is here recently was the most prominent recognized everywhere, but you don't, referee of pugilistic', contests 'In this see Leonard agreeing lo anylhing that country, and In nearly all the big looks like a match, do TOU? Why events..when championships changed hasnt JOG Welhns a right to-Insist, hands or were successfully defended upon a malch with the champion? And in the eastern stales, he was Ihe Dundee, who has done almost every-j "third man in the ring." The last big thing that has teen asked of him, is contest- in this vicinity where White pining tor, a match and grieving was.the arbiter-was the Willard-Moran heart out because ot Benny's silence, contest at Garden, "Want to know the reason for all, March 25, 1916. He was al lha ring- this, coupled with [ho reason Leon-'side when Johnson defeated Jeffries ard is taking on Jack Britton, a near at Reno, Nevada, in 1910, as alternate snapped James with a referee in case anything should have hurst of feeling. "Well, this Is'the'prevented Tex Rickard, the promoter reason, and it's a betting proposition! o' 'ho fight, from fulfilling his dulie: with me. Leonard Is no more ot a lightweight than Britton. He can't do 133 pounds lo save his lite. Ready to Put Up "I'll put lip and donate it (o n.y fund named If Leonard will agree as the arbiter of lhat bout. Among the other prominent fights In which White officiated as referee Jclfrles-Corbett, Pitzslmmons Ruhlin, McGovern-Erne and Erne Uans In this city, and Young Corholt olher damage dono ot mllilary Impor- hand, and without his left tiaifd tance. ley Is nol much liie In .the ring. Pal! to meet Welling at 133 pounds ring- at Hartford, Conn, i To the average American Ihese raids' Sloore Is out ot it wilh a had wrist, side. Joe can make It. Ho weighed! Fifty-two years ago While was born would appear to contain little or nono Voung Denny took a beating from Dry- only a trifle more than lhat when he in this city and was a lifelong isslden of ftjhiiraoroua nature, even when the and hisjituck has declined, boxed Jimmy Duffy In New York. I i of Ihe Seventh ward. He was altilla have been howling about Leonard's' ted with athletics from his schoolboy weight for a long time and intend to j in 1S87 founded the Clinton right along until 1 expose this! Athletic club on Cherry Dann> fellow. I am not EO sure nbout Charley! O'Brlon, a member ot this club, won White's weight, but I know Dundee 'ho first lightweight championship o can hot strong at 133 pounds ring- the Amateur Athletic Union, whlcl ilde, was organized in 1S8S. "Why should Leonard go out ot his I For'soveral years White held the ol to meet Jack Drlllon al 138 flee of sergeant-at-arms of the demo pounds, when there aro men In his own 'cratic slate committee. Ho Is survived division lhat are Juit aching to gel atjby his widow, two daughters and two dim, and good men, too? I the older of whom was gradual- lo know that Britton weighed more.cd from Yalo snd I-, now serving as than ioO the olher night. How do you Jan officer In the army at Camp' Up- target happens to be a golf course, but and Hod Dolan is having trouble lind- inslead o! tearing out their hair in ing suitable matches: Winter Is corn- largo bunches and foaming at the Ing Nate and Tommy are feel- moulli, when another fine putting Ing about as cheerful as the man who green Is turned Into a yawnln; pit the finds himself 01. a desert Island with- English knights of tho braaslo an.d out a sail In sight.; the cicek make (he best of maltors anil extract as much satisfaction and OPTION ON INDIANAPOLIS CLUB cxqltcment from .discovering and charting the hits as they would In a contest williQql. Uogey. Naming the Traps It is 'said lhat Ihe golfers Syndicate of Local Men Not Give Out Price Indianapolis, Dec. syndicate scarcely wait for the dawn lo start: local men has taken an option on out mion iho'r work of explorallon. Indianapolis club of the American No prize is given for Iho ons who' Association, it became known here to- discovors the most cralers, but Inslead day. The opllon anil price were not these who are first'on the scene aro' "tarled. J. C. McGlll bough I the learn allowed lo mark and nafte these, ani! ;'n WH, paying about f for it this Is considered componaaUon II nppears lhat this little game h Imagine he Ii solng to net down toilon, N.Y. been golng; on for something like two years, one'club which had Its course bombed by a Zeppelin having set the fashion by adopting [ho two cavities (hat-resulted as bunters-nndoy alter- ing tho layout- of tho round to HOBL1TZEL EYE ON ARMY Red Sox Pint Bjttmn'ri Will Undergo Operation Cincinnati, Dec. Hoblltcel, flrel baieman of Ihe Boelon Ameri- cans, cnlercd a hospital here today for surgical treatment ihat, it In believe! As one of Iho pits was largo and the wllTmako him til to pals the army ei- olher small Ihey were named, respec- You Need Your Car, or you would not nave bought it! Properly equipped, you can drive it al! winter and your car will be in better shape in trie spring than if it had been standing idle for three or four months. CALL OR PHONE US FOR ON WINTER EQUIPMENT- TOPS, HEATERS, RADIATOR AND HOOD COVERS, ETC, Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHIRfDGE, ALTA. Prfepare for Cold Weather Before it is Too Late We have jusl received a shipment of automobile radiator hood covers. Ford.......... D 45 McLMfUa Grajr Doit Chevrolet Dwlfi D 35 McLKcbb 00, NOT CONFUSE THESE COVERS WITH SOME OF THE CHEAP MAKE SHIFTS THAT AM BEING TOISTED ON THE MARKET, FOd THESE ARE OF HIGH GRADE WATtRIAL AND WILL GIVE YOU SATISFACTORY SERVICE. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOWS OF THt CHIVKOLtT SACK OF UNION IANK _ HARHV HOLMAN. his mouth mob WE use WR1GLEYS gives us a anti- refreshing confection, to take the place of the cave man's pebble. We help teeth, appe- digestion and deliriously soothe mouth and throat with this welcome sweetmeat. The Flavour Lasts! (Bewe ot none can equal ttie WRIGC.EYJ materials, flavour and 10 Made: in Canada SPRING COULEE Spring Coulee, Dec. nlghl brought th3 first storm since Oct. 16. A dnnclng party was held In the now town hall Tuesday. Mr. Thomp- son has Installed a good player piano so music Is 'always available, Mr. and Mrs. Byron -Nelson left for Madison, Wisconsin, Thursday raorn- Ins. Quite a number of ladies met al the Red Cross depot, for work Thursday. Next Thursday tho Ladles' AM will 'mcol wilh Mrs. Crocker. The school children are Knltllng sol- diers' socks, n very laudable under'- laklngj Thoy aro also busy wilh a Christmas program. Victory lionds amounting lo over were subscribed by residents In Iho Spring Coulee vidnlly. Herbert K. Kellcy has calhsred lo- gelhor lurkcy.i and gceso for a rafllo a soon 83 Iho weather moderates. Just now we aro experiencing zero weather. Mrs. C. C. Thompson starts for. southern California by way ot Spokane today. Mr. Harris hail a messago from hjs family urging his immediate presence in Montana. He eipects lo leave to- day. Miss Allcen McCarthy has been vis- iting her parents over tho weejr-en'd, leaving for Lethbridge today. The Misses Jessie and Clementine Jolner-Ixmg were al home for tho week-end also, PINCKER (From Ihe Keho.) The School Fair at Cowley, held last Frliky, was a great .success. Right from the I'.tne th'fl doors opened nt S a.m. on Frlitty until tho orches- tra played Ihe National Anthem nt 3 o'clock on Satnrdty morning, thoro was. something on the go. Tho first part of Ihe day: was'given- over lo Judging of Iho Excellent exhibits. There'wero 65 flxhJlllors and five schools besides Cowley wero repre- sented. H.lch 'I? leaving Sunday, night for Detroil lo attend mechani- cal school and expects to reside thdro in the future. ,Ed. Sullivan of Chip- man Creek, will accompany ,aa far as.SI, Taul eu route to attend mechanical school in Kansas City. TAKE'K (From the Times) The horse donated by D. J. McMlilat. to Tied Cross fund realized for tho fund. Tho executive of Iho Women's InslHute desire lo thank Air. I'ortcous, Mr. Scagcr and Mr. liosny for. their generous efforts In thV tickrts. John Ilargrenves, Ihe litllb son1 of rto. James It. and Mrs. Hargreayes died on Tuesday morning last frotn- membranous croup. Tho llll'.o fellaw was taken ill on Salunlay. ills falitr, Pte. Hargreavea, is serving In the Canadian forces In France. .The iaa- ernl tool) placo at A o'clock cm Wed- nesday afternoon) ducted tho service atctha 'parentt home. Intermont took K.TatMT cemetery.