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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBEH 15. 1017 i.t-.unmiiH.K A DKM.U.U PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus SV WOMEN WOUUD 1 PO- Wl'.RS THINK OF THF MBIS I COULD HAVE MARRIED ETC -ETC THI5, IS A FINE HOOR TO SAY-WILL STOP TALKING WERE 'YOU SHOT OP "v TALK BACK TO 3 HCUR5 LATER Hot Stove League Busy Over Ross-Moore Bout; Why Match is Arranged :-v Slcco tho announcftineQt was made, couple of days ajo thtt Al Moore; V agaJa meet Al Hosa at the Ma- theatre next Wednesday IVin a tan-round encounter, thero has been'a revival of the "hot league In 111' ol Lellibrloga. hoya who gather 'round the hotels other places where the con- bj tho best exproseion) have rais- many lively dtscuaalona on the important Loplc of "Can Moore Back." In tho city the con- of public opinion seems to lie ahout, fifty-fifty on the oues- In Moore's opinion, Ihe qucs- ition figures in the percentage of about he assures us that If he Is-allowed ,to meet Koss at catch weigoti ha will be much and will do bis level best to give the fans a goctl run Tor their money, tbe same time play the game square'a'rid en- deavor to regain his lost laurels. As lor HOES I need make no comment, as everybody kuowH 'is a-thorough Bfiortaman and one ot the prettiest boxers In Canada. Aiy only regret is that we cannot coax Billy Wecka down to earth, so that Iloss could teach him a fow points. At present, WeeKs' option on about fifty acres oJ the moon has not yet expired." And there you are. Next Wednes- day night will tell tha tale.' In tlio 'ninety nine-one In his favor, for tho i raoaiiwhllo tickets arc selling at the Scotch Champion, Alex. Munro, Unable to Pin Him Down in One Hour IN THE WAKE OF THE NEWS By RING W. LARDNKR, In the Chicago Tribune. AH-Amerlean Position suits from (here, he would bo prac tlcal'.y assured of success Uy the pres- lenca of Thorpe at second, Maranville boy Gays ho never felt __Her nor more conlldent In his life. As for Al lEosa, why, Al simply wears amilo these days, and does not.say much. Golcteh'' saHH prophet (or Is it and the scribo wEio concoclrthls dope or delectation of the fans are tho that 'loss has ths.old proverb mtnd, figuring Uiat silence 13 golden such" an eiteal that he will put ffiMoore next Wednesday find secure the winner's match F-rntth Phil Harrison on New Years The peculiar part' of the outlook fw the match, IB the tact that Moore hack here purely upon hli own initiative, came without being sent tor with the express purpose of chal tanging Tact demanding a re- fcrn at tho same tlmo Is ptollo'i ed by at least a dozen Great And Saco sports who aro back- him with real coin of the'realm, of tho boys who takes prominent pwt In local sporting circles aald yes- "In my'opinion you will sea totally different battle next week Moore tackles. Rosa again. The Montana hoy Is looking about llfteon unds heavier, is training diligently, certainly looks wonderfully'well rok for the tight to go the Cull dis ce and would not be the least aur to see Moore get tha decision Mexandra where Hid Le, Dlang lias charge of'theni, and at the Alberta luffet where lOldi foTUl, jovial George Addison Player Club Tesreau.....Qlants Demaree-----.Giants-....... Sallee........Giants Holke........Glanta Zimmerman Giants ......'First base Thorpe___..Gianls.....Second base MaranviHe. ..Braves Shortstop Fletcher.....Giants......Third base Sheckard.. ,.Culs........ Lett field t fl a I'abor........White ..Centra Held Mamaux.....PiUsburg Right fifild as he rounded third base. llolke Is nmdo catcher, so as to have somewhere near the plate in cases bf einweeuty., Jimmy Hhechard unquestionably her l either lcague. bw -s g-vea 9QsMm SB the reS- 1 Jn -selecting my Ail-American ]ineup so that -his baserunning ball club for 1917 I have given first aijiiuy can be utilized every day. consideration to men who participat- ed in the world's series, and it is worthy of note that, the Giants event, they wern earn defeated In that seven places to their con Mamaux is placed in right field, where lie can do littje harni. To keep him ori the club would deprive it of (he best sirigtr In baseball. With >tamaus as tenor, Zimmerman querors' two. Of. the other three bertlia Fletcher as soiiranbs, Slieckard Plttsburg, the Cubs, and the Uraves as contralto, and Tesreau as bssa, this _ team would be provided with the reaui- draw one apiece. Their work in the big series is re- sposible for the selection of Detnaree, Tesrcau, Russell; and Sallee as pitch- ers. Neither-Demaree nor Tesreau al- lowed a hit or a run, while Russell gave only one on balls and was touched for but, 'two hits. Salee pitched far and. a way (he best gams for tlio White Sbx." Ximmerman is placed at first.base site harmony. Zimmerman, Tesreau, and Faber would furnish, the necea- sary speed; And there are enough brains in-the" outfit to supply a Cier- 111 an diplomat Other men worthy of honorable men- .lion are Harry, Arndt, Eddie Colfey, Ora XfghtHnger, andfioat Anderson oC tho South Bend Green Donahey and Frank King of The Tribune art department, Bob so he more chance to catch Leesley of the ttlvers.dV Marrle.l up with I ..Collins, baseman, for, whom. Presi- dent Comiskey of White Sux paid tha Philadelphia Americana threa years ago, expects to enlist in aoma branch of war cording to B. B. Johnson, president of the American league. Johnson has had aDveral communicatlohs from OolltDB concerning enlistment hut said one he received yesterday left lltUo room for doubt that the Chicago sec- ond baseman not wear-i base- ban uniform next season. v Others Enlltt Too ShreTeport, La., Dec. Paul Jones and -A. W. Balrd, members of the New York NatlonjUs Und Frank Barons, Dec. 15. Alex. Munro, Tne j Scotch wrestling champion, lost his 1 match to Walter Anderson of Sashr.- itoon here last night. Munro had un- dertaken to throw Anderson twice In an hour m a handicap, affair, all the1 gate receipts to go 'to the winner. An-; derson put up silch defensive argument on the mat that Munro was unable to pin his shoulders down even once in the hour.' It was Ihe greatest wrestling exhibition ever sCeu hero, and. has made the fans strong for the game. After the match the hat was passed and a generous slice of the 'bin ot Ihe realm garriured in for Uunro, who had showed the fans something worth while In the mat game. Two good boxing preliminaries ireceded the wrestling bout. There Camouflage this stage of the game I j Carraody, ol the Plttflbun. mid not like to "assert that MooreJbava snllsted in tbe navy, Jones left II a d6clalon over Ross nfght for New Orleant, irhere he s knockout route, I think ne slands wm be aislghed to a nava4 training fair chance of getting tho decision i points, for from what I understand, i Is'fcuins to fight every Inch of'tha Lethbridge Sports Club were a ttlo doubtful, at flr3t nbout putting be return matcli on, BS It; Ifl ivoll they have an unimpsacliable iputation; for giving, the nare deal., .Leii Urown, tho aecTe- Ihe Clnb Dxplalned tho ultun- L this way. "We think that Moore JvJV Hoas a very good battle hefo Mntlr, and Is entitled to a return itch, as he U n flno fellow, and a clean sportamsn. He retnrn- ''from Saco to Letlibrldgo on Mon- 9 'at his own cipense, having piir- rolurncd to Saco right after jnntch with Hoaa (or the express we of .living Up to his agreement Kb' Ihe military authorities there. ny havo extended his leave again, la not'needed right.away, and station. Balrd and Carmod? are await- ing orders here to report for duty as members of the ftlgnal corps of the naval reserve. 2 was a big house, ifterwarda. A dance was held Chicago, Dec. Fraxee, president of the Botton Ameri-; purchased Amoi Strunk, Pitcher Bujti Catcher Walllt Schitig from the PhiladeTphla Americana for V40.0CO. In addrtim to tht> con-, cave Pitcher Vean Gregg, CatcrMr ThomM and Outfielder Kopf Chicago, Dec. and Am erlcan League club owners met hers today In a Joint conference to lake op, questions ol twar policies during the coming Advisability OL- reducing the playing schedule and of VAT contracts for play: era are among the Important questlona which the oWiiera had before thetn.' Agreement on a method to collect the federal aetilcmCnt of finan- cial obligations resulting from the wAr frith the'federaKleftgoe and '.ponibll- Hy of a new for rtivJaion' ol world series gale receipts also prob-. ably will be taken up. Tho American' league owners Ished..their meeting yesterday after deciding to retain thei 25 playerg llmil and (o continue spring training trips. Final'fiction. on other Questions will rot be ta'tcn until after tho couference with tbe national owners. This col. Was due for decapltatioa This week. For It ran Eoul Of the elections. But those same election i, Slay yet furnish The-sporting event ,_ _ Of the season, _, m So here we are. The Lolbbridge S. and A. Club, Are making To tha editor And the doctor :To tanglo For 10 Iranies At the night, As au aUra.c.tioii To the election return5k A regular rliigv Well padded Will be provided Free ot charge Alii receipts To the Red Crosa 'The fact" That the-doctqr r -Doesn't believe in war .Will not detract v rrcir. the interest.-x Ring lArdaer Imported Squint' Some men look sideways with their minds just as a rabbit looks v.'ith his eyes. Neither cansee the facts in front of him. The logical man knows that THE DAVIS "NOBLEMEN" CIGAR 1 (2For25c.) is equal to imported brands at twice the price. Because "NOBLEMEN" Cigars are made of choice Havana tobacco by skille'd workmen, the smoker with the "imported squint" pays 50% more than he need. 2 "NOBLEMEN" fot a Quarter, will strengthen his mental vision, S. DAVIS SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. 392 Ol tho W.G.N. v a Has been for To act As third man in the ring. TIckeU ought to bo About ten Lones But the promoters Merely want lo havo Tho controversy Since Wednesday night i Definitely settled For the satisfaction Of the ring fans. So It's a free N Como s Como all. We thank you For your kind attention. It is a Good Plan to Haye Your Car Overhauled Once a Year Is is bound to save big.repair bills, and maybe acci- dents later on. Now, that, the weather is coid and your car is standing idle, anyhow, is the best time to haVe it done, i when tho weather up and you want yMir ear Mulri. It all ready. Our Repair Department Can't Be Better You wilt like the work we will do for you, tt will be tom 'right. '1 Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OP .SERVICE x i.fftEET SOUTH AtTMBBIBQt, Ssati Sle. Marie, Dec. The Ice breaker St. Marie left hero this atfernon, folloned by a down bound Reel of ton sleainera. Hcary ice encountered. Tne tempera- was 13 below zero. i COLLAR Shipment of In this Morning J. Nelson Sherlock Bldg. Co. SAVE TIME, TROUBLE AND EXPENSE in fold Weather by Using a Good Anti-Freeze Mixture. We hare the best on the market Made op oi pore} glycerine and wood at This anil-freeze will not injure engine and U safelo.uee. Fill your radiator with mixture and get full comfort out 9f your car In winter, DO NOT it IS SERrOUS. BAALIM MOTOR CO, HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRV. Now is a Good Time to hare Tour Car Overhauled! WE HAVE EXPERT MECHANICS Lethbridge Motors, Limited HHM 14S4 ;