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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 19, I'. IJ.MI.Y PAfiR TimiiK HERALD IHSffllDAS I Jumps From Fourth Place (I.urdnci- Is Uunncrup ar Tf learn PI D lays Return C H 9Q "vemiueut'w bame Dec. ZV RUNCIMAN WAS NOT INVITES Ion. "Addri'SHllift IllK cuiislilu- WISHES TO BE BURIED BESIDE FIVE HUSBANDS Lit CI-OHBC. Ocr. Iturk'd In her own itcniiitcfv in u corner of lior t'J'i-in ncjir llto "rum of tlvu liuulinmlr., was llxi lasl wfsli ol' Killing C. Vim Sk-.klo who (Nod j-oslordiiy. ilii! nf her husbands arc lonihstinics I'rrct- oil liy wife's own huinh.. N'ow York Dec. leading amateur thankUiSS u task as piro a beauty, show. Just tin; PHIIIO. jit is safe to say (hat no one will be1 UerioMily'orfeiidod I" tin- name Cbarlea W. Kvans .Ir., al the bead ol j Itlio Hilii tablet of fame. I i looks rosy for tliu t'onu- I'.A'alis Itas been a golfer for a long time, anil when he capped all ......the ii live. fans a poop U. Tlie: city team a re- V" K.VIII oa Friday Dec. The ale lent that they can make a better on their home I'loor, but ad- mit the Cardston boy.s are a busKy Raymond, Dec. athletic activities ot the Kulglit Academy tliia year have boon entrusted to nil litli- Ictic association. This association was .organized the other day with Myron H. Holmes, president, Rodd, secretary-treasurer, and the fol- lowiug committee nien: John H. mackmore, Archie Robbius, Will Jen- Ben and Sterling Low. This association is already at work and the K. A. gym !s the scene renewed activity. A meet is planned for the middle ot January, -when a long ami interesting program or in- iloor events, including wrestling and .boxing, will he staged. The program Tor the meet will be announced short- ly and it is expected to hring out some exceptionally good talent. Basketball is also coming to life. The various classes are organized and are putting teams into an inter- class league. The faculty also lias a team that promises to develop consid- erable class the season is over. They defeated the Commercials in a tast'go the other day. The team that will represent the Academy in the. games with outside teams-has not yet been picked. CHANCE TO MANAGE .LOS ANGELES Los Angeles, Cal., Dec.. Chance, manager ot the Los Angeles baseball team ot the Pacific Coast league, announced today he would manage the team next year. MONTANA WRESTLER 1 ISSUES CHALLENGE Ross-Cohen Bout Preliminaries Bill For Wed- nesday Night previous efforts 1'y national anil ojicn lilies. lie clearly proved his- right I ho loadlni; posi- With Good lion. Until Ibis year hn was reganlwi more of a lhaa a inaU'I1 player, but bo showed oxcollunl nerve x UI, tlic City ot tin; Soutliurn Alberta ilashi't- L-afillc, anil ft is nrnbalile that when rariisioM plays, licre. ropresen- tativcs of tlie ollnjr towns will pn.'scm, so that organization may he> eompk'tt'il and the drawn up. giinw ai thn "V" between ROSS GOES SOUTH jail through tbe clu'.mpioiisiiip tourna merit at iierion. I Unhurt Gardner, lost, tbe title MICHIGAN SIGNS WITH CORNELL bOOiS to Evans, is worthy of Ami .Mich., Dec. was _________ second place, a milch ahead ot -lei'- j announced here tonight that i oiiie Travers. the former open tjle Of .Michigan lias signed Half ot Taber, more of Sweet Crass.; who Pavc little opportunity i (.ontrafis with Cornell university for and a quota from every town in if, line on iiis ability. It! in 1SU7 and IMS. The Southern Alberta will invade ihe olil absented hiMi'ielf from contest will be played here and i tbe JIMS games will be at Ithaca. tounlament burg tomorrow to see Young Al perform in what may be his 'ast' j-or" the be in match here for several weeks. [ollrlKll( ,natch KYans it wotih! about the first of the year Ross and llave necessary to rate him on- bis manager. Harry Hudson, are go- tjrcjy past form. Os-.vabl Kerby. to fourth he is folhnvcd by Max who has iliinlicalcil his ing to invade the middle west, look- anrl Xcvv Ing tor other fields to conquer. T''-0-. has been him-tcil possibilitie.i of getting Lcn Rolands for Dec. 27th arc slim. Tom Andrews wants him for the Christmas Day date feat of winning s in Philadelphia, and we do admit that. the Quaker City lias the call on Lclh-j .'n 'js' xo c; and then follow Nelson Whitney ami John U. Amler-j Agitation to have Michigan return I io the eastern conference is still ac-j iive. !t was pointed out tonight that' the Cornell contracts do not prevent j Michis-ran's return to the "Dig Nine." It generally believed that the vprines -.vill ccr.tinue to Iiaye athletic j relations with ]Jennsylvanifi and Cor- nell even if they do return to the western fold. bridge to a slight degree at least. So wlien Koss anil Cohen line up tomorrow night in the Majosiic tlio: last middleweight battle for some lime to come will be staged. Ross is out; to win by the knockov.t mute. He, "DURABLE IKE" COHEN Of Great Palls, who will attempt to reverse the decision on Young Ross tomorrow night. ;Guy Swansom '-of-Conrad, Alont., has, annexed quite a reputation as a -mat artist in- the-Border State is out with a def! to meet any middle- wdlKbt-wrestter in Canada, and would he gl'ad'to meet anyone desiring a match. Swansom has met some uf the best of them at his weight this season and has not heon pinned to the mat. Mont., U. S.Av, will catch Swansom if any- one has any lingering desire to him. YdUNG AL ROSS Who won. the decision over Ike Cohen here a mouth ago. ROKS will invade'the middle west after the-first of the year. New ones on the list this year are Ganiiner, White, Frank Dyer. Bobby Jones. Clarke, Codirau nnd llegin- aid lewis.' The old and the new lists thinks he can; he is ill condnion. and rollows- it will give him plenty of conlidonce if llrt- ho has IK-e's scalp safely attached to1 his belt before he leaves on tour U- Travel's. of invasion. Gardiner Ike, the Durable One, will be here.! Francis Ouunet The Lethhridgc Sports Club, who are; C. W. Kvans, ,lr. staging thc battle, had word from him Walter J. Travis yesterday, and transportation is raw John G. Anderson .lessc Ciii'.lford in the haiiuo of the Oreat Falls lu-rr.p-' Max .Marston Xelr.on Whitney per for himself and party. is D. F. Sswyer popular here, and when (he two .f. popular onr-s come together tomorrow Nelson Whitney night tlie whole south will be out to E. Chandler Ksan Robert Jones. Jr. sce. j Philip Carter Gardiner The proliminaries will bring another i Oswald Kirkhy 1'i'cd. old favorite out. Charlie Jones is due.' C. Foivnes Jr. Frank Dyer to box an unknown'in the person of'Jesse Guiiford D. Clarke Cocltran Battling Lefflngwell of llilli River, a Sbcrill .Sherman Reginald Lewis good hoy of 122 pounds. Tjelfingwellj _---------------------------- is under tlie wing .of .Ind Foley ofj Milk River, and that means lie knows the game. Kilrtle Franks, who has made 'him. CURLING self strong witll local fight fans, will exhibit his wares if, an. opponent O. John Amlerson n. F. r.-iwycr W. C. Fownes. .Ir. TORONTO'S' MANAGER Toronto, Dee. Black- burns is likely to succeud hiuisc'lf us manager of the Torontoi'Basebiill club. The deal tor Bender is a long way from being completed; who may he seei i bouts are Kid Stafford. Young ton, Kid Sadowski, Jimmy Lush, Kid i Evans and possibly' "Blackie" Mil- ..i. :hell. As some of the business The Cadillac.'challenge and scratch games will fill in the busy time be-! tweeu now antl Christmas, when it is 11 in preliminary I Proposed to open the season v.'ith tho fford. Young liut-i annual .president vs vice-presidont 'match. About ten rinks, arc already) formed and a few players aro un-! placed. Rinks as far as made up and unplaced players will be posted men :vnd There'are more ways than one of looking for tro.uble. A Tnxas man advertised for his mother-in-law, who was" missing. their staffs are busv in the stores, ilin rink. The Cadillac main go has been set back to about i toAfsM are Iv. D. 10 o'clock. Scats are selling fast and] the fans are showing their apprecia-j tion oE the local club's enterprise. i games to- .iiul L. W. Clarke challenge-the lioldfjrs, C. E. j Chrhci'i'y and ,7. Mtiruocli. Two rink.-; j reserved for scratch game; Gibbons Has Two Hurdles BEFORE GAINING MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE Billy Weeks and Les Darcy (By Otto Floto) Claiming world's titles these daji seems one of those "grabhag1 affairs. You push your arm into the bfig and pull out a prize, then go away shouting you are the champion. Mike since his meeting-with Dil- ho gave a splendid-perform- is claiming the middleweight .championship of the world. Well and good there is no law know of which forbids Mike doing this. common sense tells us that Michael must meet thc contenders who have a claim on tlie title before setting up house and jnociaimmg to the world his ownership of the coveted emblem. In days gone by champions, were forced to meet the title holders of "other countries' beforu their "hold was secure on the-honor. .For this reason" many contend John L. Sullivan was never .champion of the world because of his failure to defeat any .champion from a foreign clime. He dbsohitelj refused to meet Peter the latter was cham- pion ot Austliha and England' and he failed in all his endeavors to triumph; over Charlie Mitchell when the latter was recognized as the premier can wave the scepter aa champion unopposed, before he can receive the salaams ot the multitudes in acknowledgment; of the honor, be- fore he .can have the laurel "placed '.ipdti; his brow he must -meet recog- nized ctiamplons 'of 'other lands. There are two'in particular who stand forth with claims on ,his attention and they are Les: Dafcy of Australia and .Billy of Canada.. These, .two from his path.before doff Its lid ami pip- 1 claim-Mike the premier of the middle division, may come fyafck the case Darcy nnd claim the antipodean is not a middleweight, nor can he make limit. This may havo-some claim :to contention, but Jr.'the CRse of Weeks, Miko certainly cannot advance. such .an excuse, for >makea the middleweight notch without .haU .trying: Then, too. 'Wteka is roady to post a side hot of AUTO We are agents for a special rubber lined Auto Eofoe and invite your inspection. We are exclusive ag'cnts for Hmitliem Alberta for the celebrates! >Squeegce DisuHo HARRY MIKE GIBBONS which is n luring'bait to those, who are on the square. The oltl stall j has served its purpose in the j past so well about .telling a .tough j opponent _tp'_gp__and get u reputation works no longer and any man willing to put up his money receives recog- nition in Uiese days of strenuous sport. From what; we -'learn Billy I Weeks is willing to do this and Gib- bons must-either reply to his. chal- lenges or allow his .admit he feavs the result such' a meeting. Of course, we have no right to se- lect what opponent' -Gibbons shall meet. Just took the Weeks; Inci- dent'as-an illustration and beCauao it fitted best in the argument we here make Mike can seleot .any opponoit he chooses. However, in order to have a flawless title, lie imist.deHeat tho recognized men of other coun- tries and .Weeks is the middleweight dmmpfun of Canada so'oohcoded by all experts. SIR. EDMUND WALKER; C.V.O., LI..D., D.C.L.', President IOHN AIRD, General Manager IT. V. F.' JONES, V. C. BUOWN, ouporintenident of Central Western CAPITAL, "lEJJSVE FUKO, SAVINGS-BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current r.ata 13 allowed on all deposits of Si and upwards. Careful.attention is given to every account. Small arc welcomed. Accounts may he opened and operated by mail. 'Accounts may be opened .in the names of two or more persons, drawals to be made any one of them or by Hie survivor. ge Branch R, T: Bryniher, Mgr, i T H E A T R E Lethbridge. Wednes- day, Dec- ember reei 10 Event Rounds. 10 Four Excellent Program Under the Auspices of the Lethbridge Sports and Amusement Club. Parties of ten or over from any point on the C.P.R. in Southern Al- berta are offered fare and one third for the round trip. PRICES: Ringside AM new "Circus Siyle" Seats num- bered and reserved. Main Floor Balcony 51.00, 75c, 50c. Main Bout at 9.45 A T least one article of daily use is of the same quality that it was a quarter- century ago and is much less expensive! Ivory Soap now, as then, is the same pure, mild, high grade, white, floating cake. And it now sells for 5 cents. You can't secure bigger value. 5 CENTS IVORY SOAP Procter Gamble Factories in- Hamilton, Canada '.J.eaves Lcthbritlg'c for Toronto on Train No. 514, AYill he ready to occupy at 9 o''clock p.m., December 19th. R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE, S., LETHBRIDGS Buy Your Motorist Friend a Yankee Tire Pump For Christmas He will surely appreciate such For sale at THE FORD GARAGE A pair of Warner Lenzes is another suggestion ________; CIGARS THAT MAKE THE MAN SAY "THANK YOU" as if he meant it. So often a man is the recipient of a gift that he doesn't care a snap about. He often times lays it aside and forgets all about it. A box of our Cigars is entirely different He says "thank you" in a way that shows he appreciates your gift and is not saying it out of mere courtesy. AM the best known brands for sale here. All sizes, shapes and colors, in boxes of ton to one hundred in Christmas and regular packages, THE ARCADE CIGARS, TOBACCO, CIGARETTES ;