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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. PltCKVinEH I-l. THE DAILY IIKHAI.l) PAGK HERALD SECTION BILLY WEEKS MATCHED Bout at Cincinnati on December 18 MEETS SAILOR WEINERT Averages Completed Evans, Home and Mercer Win The Special Prizes HERALD TEAM IS SECOND Yes. the Mercs won the City Bowl- ing championship. The secretary Drought his lidding machine into play last night and decided the issue. The Mercs toppled pins In the live matches, for an average of 244S pins a game, or 490 each player. This Is a single game average of 163. The Herald crew, which got away to a poor start, pulled up strong at the end. finishing second with 11.60C so the Mercs won hy 033 pins on the total The Herald average was 2321 pins per match, or 777 per game. This Is n man average per game of loa, eiuhl less than the Mercs. The other teams finished in order: Giants, Dominions. BlkB and I. H. C. Tommy Evans, captain of the Giants, got'away with the box of cigars donated by. the Lothhrtdgo Mercantile Co for the high average. Home of the Herald won the cigars for the most spares, with 79. -Mercer of the 1 H C. got a box oC cigars as the consolation prize tor the greatest number ot splits with 24. Evans had 2853 pins for the live games, an aver-1 age of 571 pins a match or 190 per game. Harmer of the Mercs was next with 2887, or an average per Cincinnati, 0., Dec. per- mit was granted by the local box- Ing commission for a ten-round bout on Dec. 18 between Billy Weeks, Canadian middleweight champion and challenger of Mike Gibbons, Sailor Weinert, lo- cal scrapper. "Youns" Maxwell, who has been spending the past couple of weeks here, leaves today to meet Benny Haskell in Moose Jaw on Dec. 19th. Maxwell has been working out in Young gym over the Alberta Cafe for several days, and though he has done little ring work for months, he showed that he knows the game. His fight with Haskell will show just how good he is, and if his showing is up to the mark, there will be IK- tie difficulty in lining up a good match here between him and Harry Anderson. Frank Mantell and Eddie Franks will go to Calgary tonight for the boxing bouts there Friday night. Both boys have been work- ing hard and the Calgary fans are due to see some smoke. Franks in particular will open the eyes of the Covt Town bugs. "Blackie11 more than Mitchell, 100 fights who has under his belt, blew in from the threshing crew at Raymond yesterday. The snow put threshing on the blink, and "Blackie" is headed for the States. When he heard that his friend Cohen would meet Ross here on Dec. 20th, Blackie decided to remain over. Mean- while he may train with Ross, and help to put the local boy in shape for both matches ahead of him. Blackie was in Cohen's corner in the last Ross-Cohen match and is a great admirer of Durable Ike. However he wants to see Ross beat Weeks and it may be that he will stick around until after the 27th. "I trained Sailor Grande when he beat Weeks in 20 rounds, and I think I could help Ross was the way the husky little scrapper put it. He declares it will be some match and be can't make up his mind to miss it. Mitchell is down to box Sam Kerns in Calgary to- morrow night but didn't know anything about it until he hit the burg yesterday. However it is likely he will make the trip with the other Lethbridge boys. Friday night Is the night Weeks meets Benny Rolands in Winni- peg. The result of the match there will show Billy's condition for his match'with- Ross. (SDculiil b> HevMi Maerath. Dec. luis lust eomu through from the militia depart- ment that Pte. Philip place lias been wounded at tlio front. Mr Palmer is sulteriiiK from a gun- shot wound through the back, receiv- ed on Nov. and is lyliiK at. .No. 11 Hold ambulance elation. France. Mr Palmer enlisted dui-liiK the fall of 5 with the 82nd battalion and went overseas with that unit. Ho had been In the trenches about two Before enlisting Mr. Palmer worked In Grant Davlos store. THAT MAKE THE MAN SAY "THANK YOU" as if he meant it. mere courtesy. All the best known brands for sale here. AM shapw.and colors, i to one hundred in Christmas and regular packages. Note Reaches U. S. Washington, Dec. note r.otl- veylug the proposal for peace by the j central powers, which the United1 Slates is to transmit to the entente allies, arrived during tbe night, and is being prepared for President Wil- son early today. Tbe document was said to be sub- stantially the same as published in unoflicia'l dispatches from Hcrliu m the report of the Overseas News Af- jency. "Accompanying it was a confi- identlnl report from United States Charge Grow, understood to be an out- line of affairs, which led up to the German Chancellor's speech in Hie Reichstag and sending peace propos- ills. 1 soon as President Wilson lias seen tbe note, it will be forwarded to Minister Wbitlock in Belgium. Am- bassadors Sharp. Page, Ollthrie and Francis in France, England, Japai 'and Russia, and to the 1 i Serbian and Jluinaniai Actual transmittal THE ARCADE (CONTINUED FH01I FKOXT PACK) the flames Local Basketballers Will Invade Cardston To-ni along me walls and into the -ations of the upper part of the building. Tbe lire '-nvprnnicms men made a stand in the ball above There tbe flames were making good headway, and six attacks were made could be got undei dense ami of the puace Lethurldge baaketliallers game of 179. vade tonight. The pick of Tlonie of the Herald and Morgan of the City League, which finished its the Mercs followed in order as high ..-m men. On tlio league results these ilve would constitute, the star team of the league. Home, of the Herald squad picked up the most spares with 79. Three More Shover .and Har- mer, followed 'in order. The Mercs deserved to win lor they will decide to act merely as an Inter- file firemen were forced to retire I'oi accident schedule on Tuesday night will form the Lethbridge quintet for the offen- sive on the southerners. With south to ray and Geo. McKillop ot the Knox towns game will depend the probabilities oi Southern Alberta league {president wants to do somethir led in all 53. rtments. squad, Tailing of-the Grain Exchange -bunch and Dunsworth anil. Irish Kane of the champion have been picked. George Mclvor will go along leg being recovered 'v -Bad the! as sub, his leg being race- is and tbe I sufficiently to allow him to take the i clo- Ilore is the dope on the lean ings: Total Pins Mcrcantiles................. Herald Giants Dominions.................. 223 I H j Strikes, Spares, Blows, Splits Strikes Spares Blows Splits are expecting to go up against a fast aggregation. On the result ot the make a league certainty. This, south i{ is possible that some means with token to establish a little more however. Work will be rammencetl towns a certainty. This, with tniien to establish a little more tllo .llunaee to the, building other City League in which the 78th definitely the temper of the entente i___ n ul I'ftiirr :f Will nl OtuOrtJ j nr-n-r- n r> n nCTc M 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers 1916 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers battery will have a strong team, provide the basketball 'fans plenty, of excitement after the holi- days. The locals will HUG up: toward pear'4- proposals, bi'lore ALBERTA CADETS WIN Ibo president nets, but it is understood ANNUAL there will be no delay in forwarding this German note to the foreign hel- ANNUAL HONOR AWARDS Vlrdeii; -Man., Dec. ,Hosmer, inspector of cadets, was ad- I ligcrent capitals. I vised from Ottawa today that M'ani- j___________ j tnh.i cadets luive again won tin' iESi'S'sliS'ild'io' Ssf "Mercs. Herald Giants Uoms. Blks I. H. C. 19C '225 190 196 IBS 307 285 253 2G5 234 Spares 177 205 22S- 23B 218 292 G4 64 72 00 81 1-lorne (Herald) Morgan. (Mercs) Shover Harmer Splits Mercer (I. H. Schweitzer (Dominions) Blows Evans (Giants) Harmer (Merc's) Shover (Mercs) Home (Herald) Pacific Coast HOCKEY refuse accomniuuui at least SPOKANE WON -AGAIN Spokane, Dec. a sup- erior combination and smothering the Portland club in the second period, Lester Patrick's Canaries emerged re a ran tSirtv years on Saturday night, Nov. for the certain 25. wlien persons descended fortunes. A reporter w will here the big end of tonight in the to. Pacific score Coast upon the city to see the Army a Individual High Score Evans 2853 Harmer (Mercs) 268 Shover (Mercs) Horne (Herald) Morgan (Mercs) ?s I Hockey association game. There was r1" a disposition on the liart of the-play- ere to mix tip matters, and many players graced the penalty bench during the game. VANCOUVER BEATS SEATTLE Seattle, Dec. a whirl- wind finish, Vancouver notched the winning goal in more than 13 minutes 291 overtime playing here tonight, de- feating the Seattle seven in the Pac- ific Coast Hockey League fixture, by a score of 7 to 6. The visitors played Navv football game at the joK seats were f star f some ninety'miles away, is a suburb lators' hands, for as much as 510 of New York, in an occasion like this, apiece. and- the most of the visitors return to Now York at 'the close ot the game on scores of siiccial trains. Tlio wave 2461 The individual averages will he pu great hockey in the closing stages of the game, displaying their ability to get goals when needed most. The team was minus the services ;of ''Cy- clone" Taylor, but young Moynes lished a team __ stalment plan as it were. raKes win uc v-iuiic time-on the in- played a sterlmg he- INTEPLEAGUE'; POST SERIES New York.'.Dcc., Interna- tional leagueVto'day ratified the prop- osition for an interleague post series of "IS games, next -season with the American association. Announcement was made that an ante-season series of three games has been' arranged between the Brooklyn Nationals anil the" New York Ameri- cans, to'be played 0 and 10. HARVARD HOCKEY SERIES -Boston, Dec. Harvard hoc- key team will have nine games this season. :6n'January 27.' it plays Queen's college; on February 9, Mc- Gtll. team, n out corps in tbe Uoininion, for tile third consecutive year. Alberta won second place in tbe nine provinces. i houses, and probably persons were able to get beds at the boarding Tbe'theatres of course benefited hugely. Every house was sold out j long "before curtain raising time, i i Many had exhausted their capacity i York hotels before. Speculators that had ph- the biggest night, in rtained blocks of seats m 8 Dr. Field. Don't forget we can sell you tires cheaper than any place in the west. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DIAMOND TIRES Squeegee Tread Co. HARRY.HOLMAN, MANAGER a witness III Hit LU11C3. f- id I to one transaction whereby a couple While spending o of big business engulfed Manhattans' taverns and danciifg-resorts, and it. is the crowds .and anil amusement money hunger s reached their climax probably on Sat- KIDNEYS FftIL WORK Galetto, Ont. "Mv husband used GIN PIM.3 (or Backache and Kidoey'Hissaso lonnerli' eroat deal. The pam m hia baci wu dreadful tie kidneys I.iled to do tbelr woik projerly. Alter taking one tioae of GIH FILLS he found them to lie what lie needed and a'tct taking two toxea of GIN Plllb was completely cured, wo heart- -CIN PILLS at every opportunity to our fnecds relatives. Way nieht, it is tbe expectation taverns and dancing resons, hotel and Jn'e i estimated that a million dollars was wave will last throul.te scattered along Broadway and in the; winter Many hole -the city. .intn- the ot hotel, pelled to turn PL ir to full K1DNSYS at 50c. a bos. or 6 Uoxes for Sample free II you write to HATIONM, D3HJO CHEMICAL 00. OP CANADA, IBHIED Toronto, Ont. 74 1232 THIRD AVE. I-ETHBR1DGE our 5erviee Calei's to Ford Business. Let Us Demonstrate Warner Lenses Yankee Piurips Duiilop Goodyear Dominlou- Tires Tried Vultex? DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING -EARL breaking into professional hockey-in fine style. "Cyclone" Has Appendicitis Vancouver, Dec. Taylor, star of the Vancouver hockey removed to the hospital yesterday suffering from appendicitis.' He may play no more this winter. HASKELL IN 'DEMAND Winnipeg, Dec. notoriety that Benny Haskcll has Ills return to Winnipeg, a few weeks ago, lias placed him in great demand by the boxing promoters throughout the country. Benny is sojng to be a very busy boy-during the' next few weeks Judging by the list of bouts which he baa in view, which follows: December Johnny Mend. Winnipeg light-weight, at Drandon. December. "Battling" Seeley, of New York, at the Walker theatre." December with 'Young Maxwell of Montana, at Moose Jiiw. January with Cioney Tait, of Edmonton, at'Calgnry. January offer irom Minne- apolis to" box Johnny; Creeley. of Toledo. He claims that he .still'has ample time In between tliese dates, so pro- moters, should get bua.vMf they desire his services. CHAMTION GOLFER KjLLED Dec. the British nils' killed In n.ctlon...........'... THE FRANK IIEDLEY DRUG CO. Carry'Nelison's. ChocolM.--. PrftVe'lflc. to Guaranteed j llii-inlHitliam Co.. Limited, RETAIL PHONE 322 Our slock ot Neiison'3 is always fresh ami varied Prices rar.BC from 50 cunts ;