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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBF.H 13, 1917 THK I-KMilMinCE UA1I.V HC.ItAU) PAOK T11UF.E "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I WELL- THA.T DON'T TO ME WZ. THAT fOOR VOICE HEARD NOT Al-LOWEP TO A DOC, IN APART M EN Tro HE its HERE; SO DID Big Events of FestiveSeason Ross-Moore to Clash Again Harrison-Ross Bout Coming With the festive season coming it is only ttcbnd nature that a bunch of live- sporllng evtnls should be lined up for Southern Alberta's live bunch of sport en- thusiasts. Hire's the dope: Firstfy: Next .Kfltfey at Barons, Alex. Monro Walter Anderson clash In a handicap wrestling match which It is figured will tel the Barons boys up on their toci excitement. Monro Is undertaking to throw Anderson twice in an hour. Whether can do the foul deed or not remains to bs seen. It li expected IhaL prrscnt, sa'j'ere weather lets up n little a [arcs number of Lelii- bridgV men will make the, grade Into Bsrons on Friday, night. Secondly: Boxing fans still have stored away irrtheir grey matter pleasant recollections of the merry mitl here about half a moan ago LcthbridEe'E own Al Ron and Al Moore, the husky Montrnsn, in which it will be rr- memfaered Ross kayoed Moore right at the in the fifth spasm. Like the true sport he Is, Moore Accepted his defeat philosophical- ly, and returntd to hts home In Saco, ;Mont, right after the go. Quite a surprise was sprung a couple cf days ngo, when Al Moore returned lo the and 'chal- lenged to a return ten round Lnut, with the sltpulalion that it be F-l catch weights. To add flavor' to the proceeding Moore has a biq wad of the "root of all evil" wherewith to still stronger clinch hie argument, and ii followed by, a bunch of backers from the state across the Ifne, alt of whom stand ready to back the big Montana boy. Al Ross has accepted Moore's challenge, and .the Lethbridge Sports and Amusement Club have agreed to sUge the match next Wednesday night, December 19th at the Majejs'lic Theatre here, but have Inserted into the articles two or three matters which rtould be sufficient inducements to both ROBE and Moore to do their level bast. The club ara Insisting that the boys at catch which, will .mean that they will weigh in at'about 172" 175 Ibt. ringside. Both boys have !EI constant training some, lime psst, and with both of them in th< pink of condition, UM match be' a "h'Jm'diiigier." The Club have inserted a clause in th- articles to affect that the winner cf Ihe Ron-Moore go will be offered a match here with Phil Harrhion, on either December 27th or 'December' 3fsl at' the Majestic theatre. Harrison is one oF the classiest and speediest, of the riew middleweight the past couple of years hat de- veloped. He Ii the boy who has a win over Len Rowlands to his credit, it being well remembered that It was the same who fought Billy Weeks to a fati draw in Winnipeg last fail, Harrison at present giving boxing Instruc- tions in company with Packey MacFarlane lo the boyt In .khaki In Chicago. Mlnacanolls.-De'c. 12. -Tf Jess Will- ard docs nol agree lo a" match v.ilh FlrcJ Fulton by 20, "Mike CoUins, the latlcr's in an as cr Intends Lo claim for him Ihe .world's heavy- weight title. Collins supports his clnim that .Wlllard Is doling his heavy- wci'EDt by recKIng several Instances where bonafidc orfors were made to Wlllard to but which ho lurncil a deaf ear. Colling says (hat all other champions in the past have tbelr lilies at least once very six months, while "WIMard had nly fought one ten round, DO decision oiliest since ulhning the world's lille rora Jack Johnson. Ottawa, Dec. 12. Col. P. E. general, hss received the following message from Lieut. Gen. Currle, command- Ing the Canadian" corps at the front: Your message of 'congratulations to the divisions will be an Inspir- ation for all to continue to do their best. We havejuccessfully accomplished the work for which we were tenl lo the salfent. .No operations In which the corps have been engaged have demonstrated to greater advantage the pline, training, leadership and oth- er fine fighting qualities of our of- ficers and men." UYNAGIS Klnney de Lopez, son driven hy Fred Ward, lime 2.0DW over Ihelr ihllo track. On sir occasions dny -Hoy- raced ttrJL'c at the Vamc and at lw others raced nrt lean 'than three times Over the North Yaklma rallc track Sentcnibcr IS he vrbn Iho IGOO 2.1 2.10V1, 2.11. 2.12. The'f.Mlon Ing clay he won the f500 2.25 Irot Btralfjht heals, time 2.13, 2.U Two daya liter he won the tro' 3 atralGht heats, Urao 2.17S, 2.13U- 2 He was Dinner or every trottln called tlof "Iron liorso o[ llic on thc cn-rli Of the.fonr daya UnslnB ttarjlwl racing early tn June, meeting except tho 3700 2.12 even he vras campaigned throiich llio West-' [he second day, Ihe only day ho wa r.rn Canada circuit, then through Drll-, not This, event- went Ish Columbia, Washington, Oregon. avernge time about (Tolifornla and Arizona. lielnK enlcrciU the same meeting Joe (From Winnipeg Telegram) Gay Boy, 2.0S. the Calgary Irotlcr, owned and driven by Jas. Stewart, Is- [.ROLF BEAT ENGLI Paul, Dec, Railroad (From Our Oirh CoTTfisponiilinO naymgnJ, Dct 12. Memorial ser- vices lo Hie mcnmry ot Pic. Win, How- ard, who dtcJ at sea oa Ms ivay (ionic j were Held In the Mormon church on Sundny last. Despite llic cold an ex- tremely Icrgc congreRaUon was pres- ent. Lesley J. BranfTfras in charge of (ho mec'tifig which was- very im- pressive. Pie. Howard whlld.of a retir- ing disposition was liked and the people seemed to realize tliat ho had gone. The eppafeeis were Blsto- oji Kvans, E. D. Strong, an old sailor, ivho'iucludcd in his remarks a des- cripllon 01 a burial at sea, and Jas. Walker. All paiil great tributes to the exemplary, life of the deceased and or lila hope- In the resurrection. Fie. Howard leaves a wife and two child- ren besides his parents and a sister and "brother. Tho latter who in. over- seas Tvas recently gassed and is In n hospital. Raymond once more has a news- paper.. The first Issue was distributed t oh Monday. The name Is Ihe Raymond j Recorder and the journal vlil be pub- lished on Friflay or Saturday oi each week. Considerable excitement was notice- Dormer Calgarian Consisleat Winner ot Military Boats In OW Country Bhopmcu .on trac'conlinenlal lines iablc ihe Town Hall on Moiv Ihroaglioiil Ihe. norlhivcsl as well as azy vhm, municipal elections members'of loci unions voted today meTC heid.-Decauae ot Ihe nunbcr ot on lie proposal to iccede lo (hi call, and their .slnndlng. Injhe for a general walkont oC.union meo cominunlty'-tne result was very inucu tqmorrow in support, of tbe Hi5sot-ljn (loubt< coslley for councilmon was isllcd traction was.saii eiccpllon: to by local labor made thai he'.would lie 51. Paul lo thc coast be closed The ai befora In the event of a decision fai-oralile to nienllon'ed in the Herald were as fol- thetr Conlracls and agree-1 lows: FJr c-ounril--Jas Cosllcy Ceo NAPOLEON IN EGYPT When the great French Soldier was in Egypt, he did not realize the wonderful size ot the pyramids, until he.pitched his camp alongside. 1 f He Could. Then Judge By Comparison.' The smoker does not fully realize what VALUE in cigars is, until he tries "DAVIS'NOBLEMEN" He Can Then Judge By Comparison, -and Ihe difference between "NOBLEMEN" and other 2-for-a-quaiter cigars will be almost as striking as between the tent and the pyramid. BESIDES the finest tobaccos 'grown, the "NOBLEMEN" Cigar has the experience of over 70 which DAVIS' have Lad in the art oi blending choice tobaccos. Judge By Comparison 391 accept th'o girt as a token of our most in the relief ot the sufferers. "'-----c sympathy and desire share (Hgd.) "J.ONO." mt he was handicapped through rc- ceivlns a cut over the eye. After Cur- zoh had scored: on the jaw with a hard right Ihe Canadian took hid man off his feat, hut Curzon was quickly up again. In the seventh round Curzon had a very had lime, but his gamcnesa en.- ablcd him lo continue. The conluding round sa-w Iloif ngain Ihc stronger, and hd won on nolnta. WILL NOT SELL MARRIED MEN mid night. lElfflE Winnipeg-, Dec. Speaking at the Laiirler meeting last night, Mr. Hart- of the. senior clasp. A splendid pro- gram tins licen arranged and tho pub- lic Js-fnrKcd to attend. Raymond did herself proud in the floating oi the .Victory Bonds. Prac- tically every man In town took par! in the iDati. Just about were raised. Pcrliapz. llils will come as a surprise to- Ihc individuals who inlori rupled Ihe Pack meeting, with the question on Monday. Pills burg newspaper man. Capt. Lorclace is opposing a candid- wllf married man go by Premier Borden, hut from Uie Brooklyn club In any deal ccived by his son, .Major Stanley unless such a deal la beneficial lo us nnd we set marrtpd men in, he said altogether likely Uial Iho government will take all our flfngle men eventually and we must prolecl ourpelTcs. Wheat and Culshaw arc married men and we propose '-to keep Ihcni." Ebbcls said he fjirorcd Garry Herr- mann's plan to reduce the. playing strength o[ each club lo IS men, as p V1UU IU JLJ lUVlli In or closing btg "foVfoC'Ts CTonls, In winning some IS races out 2.0S pace, driven by Barncy'Barrics In KDUdts Miolc to the leas- ZO'ilarls, his lotal winnings must straight heat, time 2.085J, 210 run over (5.000. UEnuchc Carter, 2.03- tho Weal Virginia mure, la Iho Capt. Lovelace'says In part: "I do not agree with Sir Wilfrid for n referendum on the question .of con-, scrlnilpn, as J feel Iho fltuallon hero 5 loo tense to permit tnc delay re- quired for a reference lo Ihc people; and, aeuin, It looks like dodging the Issue." i race-ivlnnlflj; Iroller of the season with about to her credit. Ttoan Hal, occupies a elmllar SNODGRASS TO RAISE LEMONS Freil Snodgrass hart a -chnnco lo EhbCls to the leag- ue presidents advocating a redaction lo 19 players, since which time bolh Herrmann end Dreyfus have "offered amendments fo the National League conslltutlon prowling lor IS men and a manager. Ebbels Is willing lo sup- jtuan IIHI, uccuinua a eimiinr rreti Dnongrass nan a 'Cnnnco 10 ,L ir i IKjsltlon among-lho poccrs, with about manage ft liiir.or loaeue clnh (n the at P Jojnl n mo potcia, wnn uouui niHIiagc tt iiimo, luugua cinn in ino r iv i i- i to his'crcillt. Itolh raced-only i coal. That club It UckM by of [ho two big Icaeues lo flls- hsirmllo ffacki. dent ilempsload and 'Manager now controntlnB base- Quy Hojrbcen enlcrco In Oraw of ll.o Giants.-It is tho kind of' on th'o Hdtl AIW7 CIIIUIUM 111 urn: tjlun ul Lldu 11. HID [I OL .1 1 1-1 I "t farlycloslng J5000 trot at I'hoc-1 minor league bcrlh thai Is fairly easy, B of lol sames In fl Is, ho should bavo won, Ibcroby sdd-1 for good players will bo lurned TSv others. The Ins 500 to .winnings. This event to that Doaa 'avors a JSl-gamo schcd- vfnn on Thursday, NovemtKr retired from the game .and Inlcnds I 16, 6ml won by Iho California four- detolc his time to'his le'mo'ii rini year-old black gelding, Don Lopez, by near Oxhard. BARROW WILL RESIGN Make Yoqr Auto a Present of new lamps, a new SMI a new -tools, plugs or other Nppllcs. Yon'll got all Ihe good ot lie (rlfli In boiler sctvlce and more enjoyment Wo tmo qnlto a pnmher of nug- gestlons among our tiipplles. I( yon a friend you wish to re- member In R practical a Tlsll h'cro wMUprovldo Iho right Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDOC, BASEBALL WRITER DIES .G. Wcart, one of the best known baseball writ, ors In Iho country, died here M his borne, walh. was dne lo lynhold nncu- f. monla. He was secretary of the A bsll writers' association of America, lie was horn In Independence,