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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'uESDAY, DECEMBER'28.1018 HERALD PAGE THHEB HERALD SPORT SECTION 6.HAMPION NEWS Our Own Champion, Dec. Garden Eddie the local lad who Kite" ot Great at the Majestic .on Tuesday vening next .under the auspices of Lothbridge Sports Club has v.-ipped punches with more boys ban most of the" tans know about, nd the will bo thejirst t tli'e- i-Kr-pound limit .ever iBiged n LethbfldSe is sure to be an cye- ipentr to 'the followers of the ring jame in Soulhern'.Alberta. Eddie tave Ihe fan's an example of his speed fn tlie Ross-Cohen bo.ul- preliminaries, hut when he mixes with a boy of his own weight- who has a great rep. for speed and. cleverness, there is going to be a story worth the telling. j Eddie has developed into as great favorite here as ho was a couple winters, -ago" .in. Edmonton .when lie used to tangle frequently for the Buttc, won deci K. 0. Kid Jacltson, at Kid Brown, Denver, at Butte, Bud Burke, at LevdBtown, won de- cision, S rds. Bitter Root Kid. at Lewlntowu, K. at Denver, draw, 10 rds. Danny Cumniings, Denver, draw 10 Monte Atoll, 10 rds. 12 rds. delectation of 'the capital fans. Is part of his record: Here Curly Humes, Ireland, W. 10 rds. Jack Lydsley; London, K.O. 3 rds. Kid Carson, "Port Arthur, K. D. Frank Ottawa, Wpu dec. Joe Harris, Jersey City, K." O. 10 Jack Nutt, Regina, won decision, 10 rds. Matty Smith, at Livingstone, Mont. i K.' 0'. 7 rds.' Indianapolis at Hel I ena, won .12 Tds. Steve Ketchel, at Billings, draw 12 Jirainy Carroll, Frisco, at Helena K. 0., 7 rds." Jack Do.uglas, Billings, K. 0. 1 ru.- Denver. Fleming at Montreal, draw Snminy Taylor at Windsor, lost de- cision, 12 rds. Young Pollard at Sioux Falls. K. O. 3 rds. Silent Koan, K. O. 4 rds. Harry Anderson, Vancouver, draw, 1 Ben Hues .Port Arthur, won. Stop pod in yth rd. Abe Mantell, Mtfbse Jaw, draw, 13 rds. K. O. Chlliff, Regina, at MOOBO Jaw, K. O. 2 rds. Kid Davis, Port Arthur, at Moose Jaw, K. O., 2 rds. These are just a few of the best boys Eddie has met in bis 57 fights The fact that he has a 10-rpuud draw with-Harry Anderson is about enough to establish tho calibre of boxer he Is As for Winkler, George Harris Cohen's manager, after seeing Franks in action, declares the Great Falls lad would -make Franks step all .the way. Wlnkler is a rangier boy than Franks and Is said to be as tough ar Cohen himself. If he IB "then there n going to be something new; in thi of fast milling to lie seen nex Tuesday night. Xj As netisJ Saturday, Bert.Tailing andO Dunsworth; captains of G.X. and Jnox basketball' quintets had tt stiff fight-for-.flrst place in scoring in the league ju-st ehdsd. The. following .soor- ing table 'sets' forth the execution .done In the'basket getting 'line by each of the players in the league. Bert .Tailing L. Dunsworth W. Murray G. McKlUop A. Kane P. Irwin Lane A Skeith G. Mclvor i' MaiBeth .1. Campbell C. Jones R L nd ,7. Sliand M. Robi'son M faintei Sttnanr G. Blair F. Bohnell TBrown G.-.Williams K .6 Y 6 1 106 33 105 28 SO GC iS G 1ft F .2 78th 15 F F .6 GX 14 CO 8 K 9 F :i K 7 .4 Y 7 6 7 5 7 .1 78th 6 2 T i b K .1 7Sth 3 1 ;Stb 3 .-2 78tb 3 .1 GX 1 F F C O F F (T C C r F THE BENEFIT--OF GOOD EXAMPLE The good example was illustrated the other day at Pmcher Creek when two Treaty Indians iNeil Yellow Plums and Charlie Oner hrougbt in. the sum of as a cditrl button to the Canadian Fund These two man had seeu in pa pers that another Indian Big Swan lad given H10 to the fund and thej were not to be outdone in their gen erosity, so they cania with, sirmla' amounts If tlie white people 'o Southern Albeita on rfbute on th same scale Patrtbtic fund will b subscribed sevfs.1 tlmei over The Herald "Two Bits" Fund For Tobacco for the Soldiers' Yesterday the curlers opened up the enson In line style and holiday spirits the president vs the ylce-presl- ent mutch. Tlie sport was good and njoyable and keen curling was HIP rde'r of the day. The luck brok( trongly In favor of president's hampfoiiB, who secured a decision b> u aggregate of 82 to 64, but his score no true indication of the play wlilcl nearly even. The rinks and scores ire as follows: President I. Barrowman T. Watson Freeman H. A. Smith.... 11 C. Vradenburgh S. Maclood Aird E. Carberry .17 W. L. Mackenzie it. Davidson lev. Mr. Burns J. g. H. H. Nichols Dr. Gibson A. Scott las. Aird.. Jas. Rose A. Parker Addison J. Wales.......11 H. Fleetwood _. Wood J. w. Wood 1. Davidson---- C. E. Cameron Collacott Fred .Kenny J. F. Hamilton. 10 left' oh Wod'uosday for Orepon by tlio way of Colorado.. H. Tindall und Wise U. Fitch were united In marriage at CalKury. They left immediately for tbe raisl for a G superintendent the Western Canada mills was in town Tuesday and Wednesday. G. Edwards la moving In from the sub-division Into his now home on Vulcan street. Miss Dealing ot the Harvard school is leaving. chool is spending her vacation at Okotokn. The school here closed on rnday afternoon. Miss Adams is spending the vacation at her home in Calgary. Mr.- Huntlngton with friends In Loth- (From Our Own Corrospoiiaoiiij Manrath, Dec. the post- poned school election held Wednes- day to fill tlireo vacancies on uic board Jiiiuos Parkinson, Hie present secretary was returned. Qeorpc- I. Wilson'mill John H. Bridge pevo nominated to fill tbe other IWD posi- tlons. As no other nomiualious wove, forthcoming all llirco went in by ac- clamation. H Is disappointing to wit- Miss Page of the Long Coulee Hick''oF interest in school matters when at the same time tlu-ro has fceon such healthy for positions on the town council. If a salary wore to bo at- tached to the office of -trustee the isumc as the council member bridge. i it has been fell bv many that the Mr. Cundall moved Into the bungalow, in (lie sub-division. Vice-president R. Baldry .1. V. Cook Dr. Courlice .7. Marnoch J. Tottenham J. S. Catber L. McLauBliHn Inspt. Chaney.. .1. E. Davis H. Crawford. J. E. Davidson D. D. McNabb.. it. .1. Gordon H. W. Menzie J. S. Kirkham L. W. Clark J. Williamson JAS. Gather O. IS. Carberry A. G. Baalim... 11 W. L. Mackenzie Dr. Gibson A. McCorvie 6 K. D. Johnson..13 A. B. Hogg W. S. Gray T. R. Davidson R. R. Davidson..9 Mr. Dalton has moved in his new home. Supt Thompson of the National Elevators was in town on Thursday. Miss Hetha Matloc'k is home for the holidays, she has been attending Calgary collegiate. school board positions wouldn't al-1 ways go begging on nomination day. Tlie women" ought to e.verciso the franchise and appoint their own board members and then allauli a salary to tlie position. Mr. and Mrs. John Bridge, .Mr. and j Mrs.- Orson Bridge. John H. Bridge. i Mavor-elect Bennicm and wife have Miss Julia Sleeves ot tlie busmeM, south to spend the college, Calgary, is home for Hie noil -.j 'great number more are dnys. preparing to leave and it looks as The friends of lianK .e-, h fc he badly cle- gret to hear of his serious t tour weeks. 1-iiere are mii'e number the sick Pleted Tlie recent snow and cold simp bus .10 1st lliese days, -Mrs. It. Bond, Mrs. Stoddard and others. The Christmas eiitertuinment at Millers ball-Friday evening was well tnd a good program given. The- children, especially enjoyed the We Sell the Famous SKATE Light, Fast, Eaoy .Running. Hockey Stars Use "Automobile" Skatas Designed for easy, fast, graceful skating.. They are Acknowledged the best rogardlese of price. v-" Ihem. _.. strong. You may as well have From to Aii G. W. GRAY 310 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Jhristmas tree, ailu what them. Tho dance held on Friday was also success, 11, the in spent a very pleasant evening. Miss Deborah _____.. night was uisu although the crowd was small, those who took it pleasant evening. Halsall, who has been attaining Ca'lgary normal is home for tbe vacation. With the present run of weather, New Year's night will st-e the open- of the rink. Mr. Hill of Ihe Farmers Elevator further held up threshing operations and nearly all the machines-have dis- missed their crews and pulled in for the winter. Anpther week's good ive cleaned up romain- this district. Farmers are, however, jubilant over the suc- cessful run and feel satisfied to let mailers rest over Christmas. Mr. Clifford Whitt and Miss Ida Fossey, both of Magrath, left this for Salt Lake- whither they it'held for run would h ing field! gait Lake-wuitner tnuy i and then proceed on ablaze. Fortunately there under control when they arriv- ed. However it was a close call. The trouble was caused by a leag- in tbe pipe conveying tbe gaso- line from the tank to the engine which Is used to run the elevator. A rim in the stove in tlie englneroom ignited tile gas when the a lift even .while 'no special appeal has been and the contributions now Previ ously acknowledged 560.85, Jas. -WH liamson .50, Mrs. Downer' .30, .Miss Tuekwell .25, Chas.- Brooks, 'Coal hurst, Stranger 81.00, Miss Nel lie Squires .25, John Smith .25, Ano nymous 25 Mrs S E LoftMouse 26 and Billy Lamb .25, making tola- to date Watch it grow. Ellison h Out With Deft For, Sanson Through the Madness of the secre- tarv of.the the usual invita- tion was extended to the boys of the public school to form a league and play off a series of games there dur- ing the Christmas holidays. The league has been formed witn three teams, Central, Fleetwood aiid Westminster. The games are to start- at 10.15 a.m. and -last seven in- nings. The schedule is as follows: Teams .'Date Umpire. fi Ts 23, L. Dunswortu. c" 26, C. E. Erandow. "V vs 27, Jas. Davidson. c'TS'P_Dec 28 H H Bruce c vs w_Dec 29 C E Brandon 1S 30, Geo McKillop First-Game On Saturday last the league stall ed b> Central winning from Fleet wood 20 IS It was anybodj s game light up till the last man was out but fleetwood made only one run in their ast inning. {From -Our Own Correspondent) Wilson's Siding, .Dec. On- tario "people bought land-at Burdett for per acre last week. Three oth- understand they were mem- bers of tlie'siinie party, offered ?35 for but no deal has been closed so far. -Several buyers from California have been 'seeking.lands but most of them wanted" irrigated land and went on to oaldale, where we hear many of lem expect to .locate in the spring if eals can be completed. Tom Mandeville and his brother. east by the death of heir fatlier, returned Friday. Mr.'.Halfleld had a bumper crop lliis 'Many of our farmers .now have utos and went, to Lethbridge and oaldale to do their Christmas shop- i Siddells.'who lives in the town- and the vill be Fund. Of Mr. Luck's _ Companion Makes Answer to Footweas Problem 'SiMple for Economical Per- sons Wear Rubbers and Overshoes There is