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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 8, 1910 THE LCTHHHUHtK DAIlA IIKHA1.U PAGE THREE HERALD SECTION i Bayley afcd Anderson are Coming Word From Billy Weeks Awaited If I the ring mao of Canada this year, isn't any WEEKS' OPPONENT WILL BE ROLANUS OF MILWAUKEE Bee. 8. nilly of Vancouver, who is at present In Cincinnati, and who lays claim to the middle- wolgllt championship of Cana- da, will take part in lib Hrst real hattle since leaving Uie coast some two months ago, when ho will engage Lou Ro- lands, of Milwaukee, hi a 12-i round bout In Winnipeg on- Doc. 15. At the clcninnd of Weeks the boxers have agreed to weigh 15S pounds al ring- Bide. Only One Man Ever Won The A. B. C. Perfect Score Medal Yet Chicago, Dec. Jim M.ulcahy'8 game recently In the Peter-sen league has started the fans figuring out how many men have won the American fowling Congress medal for the per- fect score. Only one man has ever won the A.B.C. meet, William Knox lauding it at the first Toledo their if the match is' pulled off It will 3r both boys are recognized as', nr besides Bayley and Anderson. meet Tour years ago. a match can be arranged for him. withjn the next two or threei be "Yes" for he Js on his a ValouVerVva'ras and a match Christmas week would insure him sotml ahlkels tojtldelhim over Xmas festivities. London, Dec. flat racing .eason in which ended with th-flrat week--of November, was ac- counted successful, standing that it rua .Into me umu year of the war. There were twenty- three meetings in England-eleven at Newmarket, four at' Lingfield, three at three at Newbury and two at Windsor. There will be jump- ing meets during the winter, but as special trains ara.nqt permitted and the supply of automobiles is limited, the crowds are not expected to be up to the .usual standard. The King-continues to lend -his and; appears in the final list of winners with purses aggregat-. ing to his credit. All the classic races of-the English-turf were I although gt .them ,d iotjcoine: up taiheiivalue.'.of .past Tho leading winning owner..was E. Hulton, .a.-newspapef proprietor, with .The Earl of Derby, whose time is taken up by his duties an, tinder-Secretary of War, kept his; racing establishment intact, and was the' 'second winner, with 430.; was third, Lord Falmouth J. Buchanan fifth with and Lord D Aber- nou, .head .of the liquor control board during is sixth with 260 The winning Jockey was .S. Don- oghue, who first past the wire. WITH THE BOXERS Star Rugby Squad Hennessey is There (.By Gene Fowler) There is no doubt' as to our ability to pick an all-star conference team: We haven't seen a football game this year. After glancing over Clem Crow- ley's -selections, we find tiiat ne nas not chosen a man for ''his. mythical eleven who can qualify sufficiently in our estimation. Crowley's eight years of gridiron work as .a .professional and four days as an amateur do.not fit him for the delicate work of se- lecting eleven stars. Our. choices, with logical reasons attached, will meet witli much approval. Following are the lucky devils on our all-star team: Entire T. S: Hen- nessev. Hennessey is three stars all in himself. He plays full better than any other position, but he can also Last year Wll liam Feltz won the medal at the Illinois Bowling, association tourna- Ed Witt was the last man known to have landed the medal for a 300 game in a Chicago league, his twelve strikes coming in the Eugene Field league at Frank Gregori's alleys. W. J MacDonald ran down 300 ill Ber- gor's league and Val Seng, also got a medal for a 300 in the North Chicago Two men who got their 300 brackets in a regular league under all A.B.C. requirements except the one of hav- ing their league sanctioned, which cost them the medal they really de- served, were William .Mrosek, who got lils in the, Glenwbod league on the opening night of play several years ago, and Jimmy Blouin. who also cleaned it up in an uosanctioned league in Blue Island. Mulcahy's 300 count is the first oui- cial peirfect score in Chicago this year and is said to be regular in every way, which means he lias a medal coming to him if he applies for it to Sec. Abe Lantry. Two other 300 counts have been made this year, according to unofficial figures. Tony Karlicek getting: both of them. Hi first came in--------' champio Mr. Bick of Bow Island tele- phoned the Sporting Editor today that he would like to arrange a ten round boxing exhibition to be staged in that town between Kid Evans of Lethbridge and Kid Max- well of Butte. with whom he is in touch. If the match is staged two preliminaries villl be provided, each of which will go ten rounds. Here is a chance for Maxwell and Evans to come together. star at either He has made othe eer eVoses of opponents red than any r He has lots of other vustnner. nti V, and spiles and :goes down with the kifilc p Means, and Mr. Ex- tremes. Means -always the any Friends of -Bob -Mbha believe that his .-recent ..defeat at the hands of I Billy Miske is a blessing in disguise. Before the .fight, Moha found, con- siderable difficulty bouts; All the other afraid of the "Cave are different today. end and Extremes will, go to ,-hat he Is after. Fly and Worm Bait. These tackles are said to be good enough for most persona. and Iiiternatifln-.; al These guards will go down, the. line politically or. in any other man- 'Nuff saiJ. An old and. experi- enced campaigner. Honorary Coop. r Gave him four bits and he hand-1 ed" us a We have' named them all. 1 MONTREAL'S. NEW LINKS Albert Out Eighteen- Hole Course at St.' Dorothy Montreal, Dec. H. ray, the well-known professional ofi .me in a recent city impionship which was won fry him Peterson's alley, while the second one came at HoVork in a practice game. Some others are said to have been made in practice, but no records exist showing them. 'CARPETBALL TONIGHT The regular weekly Carpet- ball League fixtures will be nulled off tonight in Moose Hall as follows: Elks vs. Moose. A. O. F. Star vs. C. 0. F. Moose vs. C. O. F. Elks vs. A. 0. F. Star. TUNNEL ENGLISH CHANNEL To Be Considered by Imperial De- fence'Committee The long debated question f.t tunnel under the Channel from Kng-i lane! to France is receiving much at-1 tention in British. Parliamentary circles these days, and Mr. Astraith has promised to submit the question to the Committee of Imperial De- fence. The Westminster Gazette discusses the tunnel scheme as "We believe that the tunnel can be so protected as to make ils con- struction a large net increase of our lower to co-operate with an ally in iuropey and to provide us with a icw route which will greatly facill-. pi" anil cheapen tliG transport and j supply of troops in time of war witli-j out depriving us of the security! which Ihc sea offers.. Experience inj this war has furnished a great inany new reasons for providing us with such a- means of communication, ifj these conditions are 'fulfilled. The tunnel, moreover, would be a doori not only into France, but into Bu-j rope generally, but from Europe us. From all these .points of view; it must lie .an unqualified good, we can do nothing but welcome ai project which will mitigate our in- sularity without depriving UK (if the advantage of' being an, SHORT OF'.BU.EL- Fairbanks, Alaska. Dec, below a, the tuer'momenter 50 degrees zero, this city is suffering from _ scarcity of fuel. Tire weather is too cold to permit the hauling of wood. Many residents are moving into ho tels. Next Time Instead of sauntering up to (he counter and saying: "Princess Package, Wlvy not vary1 it next time, and ask for one of triese other five boxes of delicious chocolates We are glad like (he Princess to you buy want'.you to know our outer lines and enjoy them, too. The Red Feather DippeJ NovJty Nougat, Nut Grain Th. Elect-Rolled CM.U.., Choc.l.t, DippedWhcU NUB.'. Hone? Nou6.t. Pur. Cre.m Gir.nwU, Milted Milk M.ll end Cmunol Nut The Thislle-Exclusivclj Nuu .nJ H.rJ Cenlici. Fruit CKsrty, Pineapple, Cherry die true fl.wr. Prices, per pound: 60c., 80c., SolJ J D. H1G1NBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Druggists T Lethbffu'ge, Alberta. WILSON STANDS FIRM are ern Manager .Qillahan, Molta, is going to stay in town and 'pick up other bouts. He Intends :to; show tiiat he is a real live v Matrlmtony and boxing don't go well according to Kid Howard, manager of -Ever Hammer. Therefore when he heard that his had been married secretly on Sept 16 he announced, he would seen no more battles for hirj man for six months. Jim-- the well-known boxer, has i been wounded. Lieut. Donovan resigned his' post as adju- tant of, the 20Sth .battalion early in October. He was sent -to France at once and was in- the first line trenches for a .short time before be- ing wounded. He. Is no.w in London ilth a wound in his leg, but his condi- ounu con- raj tne arranging the Kahiwaki Golf Club, has laid out another golf course. It is anr 18-hole course laid out with careful attention to the latest style in buiikers and hazards of every kind, and with a turf that the designer promises will boxers were Man." Things According to put any Brussels carpet or nig to shame in 'the matter of soft- It is situated al St. Dorothy on the Lake of Two Mountains .and will, be easy access by Canadian Northern train. It will not take any longer to there than to get to -Kanlwaki by train, and it is particularly adapted to those golfers who arc able to af-l ford motors, for there are excellent roads to .St. Dorothy, which will; bring the golfer from' Montreal to i the links in fifteen minutes pi easy j driving. Washington, Dec. Wil- son's address at the opening of the session of congress yesterday wns do voted wholly to domestic subjects FORD GARAGE 12SZ THIRD AVE.'S., LETHBRIDGE 24-Hour Service Caters to.Ford Business. Let Us Demonstrate Warner Lenses Yankee Pumps Duulop Goodyear Dominion Tires Have You Tried Voltex? principally the legislation. The president, not only renewed his recommendation for legislation to pre- vent a nation-wide railway strike or lockout before there has been oppor- tunity for investigation, but det'ende. it against the attack of organized la- tor as nothing arbitrary or unjust, and the safeguarding by so- ciety of thu necessary processes of its very life." HOVELING TONIGHT Tho Dominions and the Elks will clash tonight in the final J fixture of the., City Bowling League. Tho averages of the v f, league will be published to- v morrow' 'if Secretary Tommy v Evans will only .burn enough v miitnlght figure' them. 'out. Nexnveek'spcclal matches v will be arranged so that the v trundlcrrtre 'assured plenty of ftHllbn" bver''the holidays. It This 'sharks have -been bowling. fqr-tfro turkeys hung up by the alley manage- meat, one -for: high' for the week'iiri and one for The chance of t, drawing down a 'Juicy Sunday dinner lias done a lot to boost v 'the -this -week. HOELKE FOOLS 'EM ALL WITH HITTING When Walter Hoelke joined the Giants, coming from .the Rochester, team in the International league, the 'general feeling was that :ie not find the National league pitcherb' j very easy picking. It was admitted that Hoelke's fielding would satisfy. it was "also believed that he would hold up his end as- a base runner and ie was crediied with having plenty of gray matter, at the bat. All of which simply proves that the men of the game can make mistakes. Hoelke showed nn well in all depart ments, with the stick that he did his'-best work He took nait in thirty-four games, and in that tlmo amassed the very, .best batting aver- age in the National league 351 SIX SETS Of TWIN CALVES BORN TO COW Johnstown. Colo., Dec. H Kennedy living near hete lias a'cow that has given birth to twin calves evlsry year for the last, Six-years, the last pair being borji Friday, but one of them dying ill a short; time after birth. Four times out'of the six both calves havo, lived, and out of thtf ten that lived seven have been'lielfe'ra. AUTO OWNERS 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers 1916 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers Don't forget wo can sell you tires cheaper than any place in the west.- EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DIAMOND TIRES Squeegee Tread Baalim Motor Co. HARRY MANAGER The Biggest Snaps in Boys' and Girls "Wurwi Double Rib or Single Rib School Hose Yet Offered. The entire stock should be snapped up early to-morrow. Boys' Double Sizes to Uirls' ami Boys' Single Iliblied. Sixes 8 to 10 Straiti'lii, Lee1. Single '-Ribbed. Straight, Lug. Single. Ribbed. Sizes 7 to 8 StraiKbt- Leg. Single Ribbed. Sizes .o.Vs to 6M; Sli'iiiii'btxl'eg'. Single .Ribbed. Sizes 4 to 5. 25c Study These Prices Then See Goods at riielfoot Toggery Sbedoek liuildiug >v ;