Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, FKBIUJAUY 10, 1MR r i f "BRINGING UP FATHER THE LETHlilUDliE DAILY IJKRALD PAGE THREE y McM anus / r # 1 0*>W*�> OUT 'u, YEb-GUT t'Nl I T p .if* 1 F �HI "I F J THINK LITTLE. | OSWALD LOOK*, LIKE MOTHER ft OH! ITHIHK HE UOOK*b LIKE I Ht* MOTHER! TOO- �r. % -l;v * c-ivfc~ 1 PRETZEL re/Y r "� > 4 . r . v 1 -1 �. !-.,11> ; if: IT 1>EErA*>To A LONA TIME TO *: * : * * Marnoch r.WJ, Ho�rash mavis will be served at tlie | Irink for the honspicbr- Winnipeg may have a bigger *>;>m-1 Imt they won't have any more fun than the stone heavers of South en: Alberta will have next week in -this burg. There is no I ruth in thv report thai: the express service between this city and Muple^Creck has broken down under Uie pressure of busings since the 'Kpiel was definitely aiinouiici'd. "Roaring to go" is the slogan for tlie i ing fire was discovered in the agr'e11 you ^',U ThetIr *'tU\ WAy Camouflage Fans Believe He Will Do Lot Ketter Against Brennan Next Tuesday if? "One of these days the fans of "Lethbvidge are going wake up to Lite fact that lJhil Harrison is h top-uotcher and is going to clean up on Dillon1, O'Dowd and a lot more of the middleweights in the next year or two," declared a fistic fan to the Herald yesterday. He was evidently in receipt of sominside information for he observed that the Chicago club bad been keeping Harrison under cover. "He'lf go out and clean up for them, and some day the fans here will consider Young Hoss did mighty well to stay ten rounds. You mark my words." In his opinion Harrison is a better man that Kraniue K. O. Brennan who meets Hoss here on Tuesday evening next, and the coming bout will be a better one because the two men will be mere evenly matched and Ross will be in bolter shape than he was last time. That is the opinion of tbo majority of the fans who want to see Brennan in action before they bot against the local favorite. Big crowds have been up to the Plaza, every day this week to see Ross work out, and declare that lie never was in better shape for a hard mill. . . . for that purpose by the presidents of the National and American Leagues. The result of their deliberations was announced at the close of the annual schedule meeting of the American league last night, including the ten per cent war tax the list of prices will bo as follows: 2j-ceut seats, 30 cents each: .10-ccnt seats, r�5 cents; 75-cent seats, SO cents; $1 and %i:i:> box sea flu, $1.1 o and .$1.10 respectively. Those prices were adopted to avoid^tho trouble and delay which would he caused by making change in pennies. The excess charges over the amount of the regular war tax of 10 per ceut. of tbo and 75-cent admissions and the 1.26 box scats may be retained or given to charity at the discretion of Uie individual clubs. The playing schedule of I'A games' for the lhi.7 season was adopted at the American League's session, and it was announced that owing to the difficulty in obtaining drill sergeants there would be no military drilling exercises for the players the coming season. President Krazee of the Boston Red Sox, and Connie Mack of the Philadelphia Athletics, were in consultation for a long time regarding the players the Boston club is to give in return for First Baseman Melnnes. Four players are to bo sc^t to Philadelphia but at the end of the conference no definite arrangements had been made and it looked as if the Boston management would have to purchase them in order to complete the deal. 1 Clark Griffith, having obtained the necessary waivers on Catcher John Henry of the Washington club, sold him outright to the Boston Nationals. and Cranbrook. The honspiel is looked forward not rest of the route. Joel;. Sandy, Don gal, Dune and the rest of the dan will be there benenth their Tnrhiin tanis. j The city championship and the Sum-Unit Dime Works trophi' - were nar- oi:iv by those actually taking part bur . bv'evervbody in the city who know , i'Ted to one game apn-c hist night, anything of the grand old game. The : Aird won from kirkham m the \\ngut curlers have received the kindest sup- J Shiehl and will play lb- Leech rink port from the merchants and the good ^his afternoon in the rmai �i this event, sports generally, much of it unasked for, but nevertheless welcome. The prizes will be on exhibition in the window of the Foot Toggery from Saturday afternoon till the close of the 'spiel. Tho weather man has every indication of being in league this year with the boys of the broom, and even if the gas meter makes your head swim remember that the curlers are appreciating the zero temperature. The entries from the local curlers In the Summit Dime. D.ividson won from Skeith in a sloppy f.-unc and now meets McNabh in th*' liaal for this trophy. This evening D. D. MrXabb and'N. T. McLeod will play '::cir challenge, game for the Cadill:.' cup which U held and defended by Aird and Kirk-ham. There will be a sheet for the ladies' game also, and one open for scratch games, so bonsphdors who want to put the finishing torn lies on their combinations can hop to it. "Cof. Roosevelt continues to improve. His temperature and pulse are normal. The alarming sym\>-* tons in his rear have subsided so that there is no indication that a further operation will be necessary. While Col. Roosevelt will suffer for several days, the attending surgeon looks for his complete recovery."-From our Weekly Contemp. * * * Lethbridgc, Alta., February, Kith, * * Dear Tcddv: - * * * s Seeing by the papers That you're having Troubles with your tender - S Micholson held on the wall, there being no ends out. Irish Kane hurt h;s ! ankle in the first hulf, M. Duiiswor;!i ( going guard and YYilf Murray playing! forward after having 'played a full game. The local's combination was superior to that o:' the Stirling team, ' and some good shooting was done. Perk Irwin securing li nice field baskets. Nobody on the local team starred, but all played about the same game. The line-up and scores of the sonijr game were: The fans are glad to know Tait is coming to Lethbridgc for a couple, of bouts. They want to see him in action against men of good calibre. Down Winnipeg way they have a sneaking feeling that Bonny Haskell is just good enough to take Tait's crown, and Haskell, in a recent letter, voiced the same opinion. He lias been training all winter, for just this chance and is going to make tho best, of it when he steps Into tho ring here on February L\Sth. CONFIDENTIAL, BUT ALL HEARD Little Town Team Was Too Strong For Them-Juniors Win Game Three Deaf Baseball Officials Held Conference As for Phil Bloom, he stands pretty close to Benny Leonard in the elite, of tlie lightweights. A clash betweeu Bloom and Tait bcrc would be a fitting climax to a good season's boxing sport. BARONS BOWLS HERE TONIGHT The line-up for the bowling match tonight with Barons will be: Green, Freestone, Needs, Wallis and Irwin. The two-man match will be played early, so that there will be plenty of time for the.other Qame. "Speaking of rich bits in baseball." said .lack Hendricks, new Cardinal manager, "about the best I remember was a three cornered conference between Hank O'Day, Charlie Thomas jwid Jack McCarthy, in*the time when Charlie w:ih a high official of the Cubs. H:\nk was managing the team and McCarthy was the scout. All three of these estimable gentleman happened to be extremely deaf, and when they had to hold a meeting about some new-players McCarthy had discovered you'd think the root was coming down. AID three were bellowing at the top of their voices, and the uproar, roused people in buildings half a mile away. The DetYibnrtge "Y" basketball teams went to Stirling last night, winning the j junior game but receiving a severe ' drubbing by the seniors. -The scoria respectively were 33-1.7 'and 30-G5. The first game, although well contested, was an easy victory for the "Y". The Stirling boys, it is easy to see, were green, and although they played good combination, the shoot-in:? was not accurate. The local 2nd team, at first lost in the mysteries of the strange floor, played,a good game all the way through, but their shooting was poor in places. For the locals Will" Murray played a whirlwind game, making continuous brilliant individual dribbling plays down the floor which very often meant a basket for the Jack Shand played his usual steady game. De Manbey played a Stirling Br and ley G Spackman *L Lethbridge Forwa rds D. Dunsworth (.) M. Dunsworth 4 Micholson 22 Centre Guard P. Irwin 12 We hasten to offer !* * * Our sympathies FOUND NOT GUILTY Kitchener, Ont., Feb. 15..7- The jury in the trial ot Charles Gerbig, on the charge of murdering his wife, rendered its verdict when the court resumed last evening, finding that the prisoner was not guilty of murder but that he killed Era-ma Gerbig while he was insane, and that ho was acquitted on account of such insanity. > * > *> > * > > > MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. "THE BAY" HAS THE MATERIALS. 'V fa 'A V MAJESTIC THE LETHBRIDGE NEXT TUES. NIGHT. FEB. m THE BIGGEST BOXING EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN CANADA. TEN ROUNDS- MAIN BOUT-TEN ROUNDS i RENN OF DETROIT, VS, i UNG OF LETHBRIDGE. THE LETHBRIDGE SPORTS AND AMUSEMENT CLUB, who have an unblemished reputation for giving the public a square deal, absolutely guarantee this match. SEVERAL GOOD PRtLiivilNAFUES BAND IN ATTENDANCE DOORS OPEN AT 7.30 JUD FOLEY, REFEREE MAIN BOUT AT 9.30 PRICES: M % * Ringside Main Floor Balcony * 4 4 * * * * * 4 t * * * * * * f * * 4 � . $3.00 $2.50, $2.00, $1.50 $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 SEATS NOW SELLING AT ALBERTA BUFFET AND ALEXANDRA HOTHL CIGAR STAND. if* t Been Received If you will call at our office we will be pleased to give you a copy. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET SACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HCLMAN, Mgr.