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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE . LBTHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PA^GETHREB.l ---T 6RINGINq UP PATHER" By G. McManus -si OUT OF COLLEGE mm and EIneiil It now the Canadian champion, taya Blahep. Meantime under the weather and will not be bacic In the ring for aome montha. EInert welohc 154 and Bishop wanta to match him with Roas here provided Roaa wiii maliai|$s that it was im-posiiible to meet the guarantee and tranaportation- expenses of Brennan at the oldfigure, and knovving that'therfana^iNere atrong for see-: Ing.the bestman who could be se-cured tliey � had . no hesitation in goii^B afJMTr hirh and setting the prices accordingly. \ Billy :'Net Champ.. It willJnte'reat the fana tn learn 0that*Bllly Weeks is no longer Canadian middleweight champion. 'Billy-la out of:^he:game Just at I present. The local.Sports" Club ' had written "Biddy" Biahop some time ago offering to meet. Weeks' Fvterme for  match here with Ressi but a letter''from BiahMi on Saturday dispelled present hopes that - the tong-wished-for bout would be ataged. Billy:lost to EInert,^ Cin-^cinnati.mldaleweight no.t long ago, Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 15. - After n final Insjieotion ot the alleys hero today by tlio ofliciais of the American Bowling CoiiBresB everything wa_s in jrcadines.') for the opening .of the l.Sth iinnuul tbilrnament of ihls congress at Ihe Kamlitoii County Armory Suturflily night when 16. local teams, honing'from as many usspclatlons or industries, will roll the first balls on (helBnew alleys. From 8:40 o'clock Saturday night until Ifarch 10, the alleys will be occupied dally from 8 a.m. until midnight and during this time 052 flve-meu teams will contest for supremacy. t Beginning Sunday morning the ! two men teams sections ot the tourna-! ment with 1404 entries and the singles j with 3,033 entries will be staj'ted. ^ Almost eyery state In the union is i represented as well as several cities \ In Canada. \ ^ i~-s- ..MISS HELEN MORRISON WINS GOLF TOURNEY .Bellealre, Floridar Feb, 15.-Miss Helen Morrison of Pittsburg won the championship In the annual February golf tourhnment here today when she uetoalod Mrs. Frank G.(Jones o� Memphis, four, up and two toj play. CLAIM Svith Jack Frost on the Job, the Ice in tine shape on all four sheets, and 'With curling fiends present from several rioints in the south, tho annual honsplol, which was to ha;ve been held last week got off to a good start at the rink this morning, and from now tin Thursday night or Friday they'll be whoopin' her up at the rink near the corner ot 13th street and 4th avenue south. A big time will be had. The following Is the prize list lor. the 'spiel: Summit Lime Works Trophy (Grand Challenge). First Prize-Donated by P. Burns and Company. V Second Prizes - Four sweaters Value S30). Donated by J. T. Graham I and McKelvIe and McGuIre. Third Prizesr-Four AutjO Strop Safety Razors,.$20,00. Donate'd by Red Cross Drug and Book Copmany, S. Jackson and Company, R. V. Gibbous ,and A. M. Grace. v Fourth Prizes-Four cutglass cream and : sugars, donated by Lethbridge Mercantile Company. The Lethbridge' Brewing and Malting Company Trophy first Prize-Four hand-painted art vases, $30.00. Donated by Lethbridge Hotel. CLEVELAND CATCHER'S ',. DENIED Topeka,'Kan,, Feb. 9,-The appeal for deferred, classification of -Joseph (Josh) Bllliiigs, catcher tor theVCleveland Araerlfean League Baseball club, was denied by the first district appeal board here today, and'the player was placed In class Al of the selective draft. � 8T; LOUIS GETS PITCHER .Bit. Louis, Mo.,' Feb. lU.-rFrod Walker, pitcher of the Uticateam oH the New York state league, has been sold tosthe St. Louis Nationals, It, was an nounceartoday.'   * * � 4 � ' CHAMPIONSHIPS Second Prizes-Four large . cas�|r oles, $25.00. Donated by George Mac-Kay. . Third Prizes-Four'Inner tubes,.do-nated by Consolidated Rubber Com pany! and the Gutta Percha RUbber Company. Fourth Prizes-Fourv pair of lined VENEREAL DISEASE IRE DESTRUCTIVE ^ther glovea, $15.00. Donated by Simpson and Company. The Elllaon Milling and Elevator Co. Trophy First Prizes-Four club bags, value $30.00. Donated by D. D. McNabb, Alberta Saddlery, and the Ellison MlUlng Coihpanjr. Second Prizes-Four i gold watch chains, value J25.00. Donated by R. A. Wright. Third Prizes-Four casseroles, value $1.0.00. Donated by Chinook Coal Company. Fourth Prizes-Four pins, value $15. Donated by Campbell, Wilson and Home. Consolation . First Prizes-Four boxes ol cigars, donated by Perry and JJeld. Second Prizes-Four bed room clocks value $15, The A MacDonald Company. Third Prizes-P'our pair bed room slippers, value $12.00. Donated by W. J. Nelson and Company. Fourth Prizes-Four art framed pictures, value $10.00, Donated by Baw-den Brothers. i The following have made cash donations to defray tlie expenses of the local bonspiel, in addltiop to those who have donated cash for prizes: Jno Bruce....................$10.00 fitacey- Lumber Go.....i........10.00 R. J. Baldry, Coaldale........ 5.00 H. Hollman ................... 5.00 Silver Grill.................... 5.00 Scott Fruit Co................ 10.00 Plunkett and Savage 10.00 W. A. Buchanan.............. 15.00 Speaker at Sunday Forum Spealcs Out on Vital Subject �Terrlll Floral Co. 10.00 LOCAL SECONDS Won on Local ,AUe:^s Over Bar-ons Second String 8/114' Timbers New Yovk, Feb' IG. - By aii almost unanimous' vote the United States National Lawn Tennis Association decided at its annual moeting here today to' resume ~chamtiionshtp tournaments, the proce'sd* to be turned over to the war dopf\rt-, m.eut's commission on training camp nctlvltles. Bncons second string bowlers came to Lethbridge ,on Saturday. night to stack up against a^econd string team frdni the Dominion alleys and went home without the honors. Lethbridge won all three games handily,-baling 114 pins to spare. Perq Ir:vrlni vfas the high man ot the evening, Mllng 530, Bob Moore of the visitors, copped, the single game honors witli 196, no\play-er rolling over the 200 riiarW 'Moore stood second on th'e/toial with 514, while two ot'the Lethbridge boys caihe third and fourth, Grftet^iWith 505 and Needs with 503. Needs is a Hkew bowler who has developed this winter and ho is coming albng fine. Sherlock Wallis did not bowlup to his usual form. The Leljjbrldge boys go back to Barons on Saturday evening next to play the other halt, of the round. Following are the scoffs: ' � Barena- i. � McKqy .;. .^V. naa 123 , 118- 3T7 11 Delany ., :. ,. 134 172 121- 42? '*�.Moore....... 184 154 19G---'514 Wheeler .. ... 178 131 181-t- 490 Iverson.... 122 151. 156- 429 Did You J^ver Have to Drive Backwards in the Dark? You Strain'cYciy nerve trying to discern objects in the inky darkness around you. V ' Iv J'. rBut^ifycru itre driving a'Mitchell it la, different, You alifTpIy turn I;',the headllchts baokwarda and behold! Theroad�ay la:tunyUg)itiid and VWU drive In safety. . * , ' , Bnou Motor Parlors Limited . , , 'THE HOUSE OF'^BEIHVICB /IFTHiThEET SOUTH LBTHVmOQK, ALTA. ' .- , 734" 'Lethbridge- Freestone .. . 155 Needs .. ., i.. IfiO Green .. .. .... 159 ^ W4III8 140 Irwin .... 170 731 772-2237 120 1 184 161 123 ^71 172- 447 153-T- 503 18B- 505 113  376 189- 530  790 7B9 812*^2351 DoubUa Cempajiltloni In the doublea oomHetltloii ,on the local alleys on Saturday night De MaU' bqy and Irwin won handily, from .Ray' roond and Aird by ,918 to 86$, winning all three' gamea. - No recorda. were broken. Tonight Needs and Freestone play Smith aud BvanaiPoUo^wlng are the scores: ; DeManbey.... 123 16/ 128-108 Irwlu .. .. .. .. 167 186 167-RIO Raymond Alrd .. 290 168 116 343 151 169 286^ Jig 147- 466 128r- 400 274 ,310 272- 866 ,The sclipdule .for this week foUowi;; Monday-NeedsrFceestonevs sltalr'' an4^vans. ' ' , ^ '.�ntesday - Irwln-Da Mapbey-V'!� LiiiGombe-Mlllar. , * � : ? AMONG THOSE'PRESENT  � � * * �  The bonspielers went over the |top on the 10 o'clock draw, eight local rinks,being drawii against each other. There is also a one'o'clock draw of eight local rinks. The outside rinks, all come in on the afternoon trains so the draws are being held lor them. There are ten  outside rinks and eleven or twelve locals, that's fair enough, Vulcan, Cnrraangay. Granum, Clares holm,,Macleod, Taber and Bow Island all have rinks here. Pretty representative nf Southern Alberta's best. -When you have Jack Ross and Tom Henderson of Taber and Ofvllle Stow art of Maclood all performing with the local stars, there Is something bound tfl drop. Did you read the "Curlers Lament' or what happened. to MoNabb's rink Tlio author Is unknown atid it 'he is wise ho {Will remalii that way. Some effort. Through an unfortunate mlaunder standing the Cadillac games were not played on Saturday night and Ainl and KIrkham loose the cujp by default Why all these anxfous enquiries about Fetnie or. Cranbrook rinks. Is It personal or selfish Interest. There" a>J11" be no black trunk or granite,teapot at the rink. Alberta is not In B.C. Doc Gibson won the CoUs competition and'the Pagnwello cup; He says tiie reason ho run >p suAi a largo! score in the last game was because ho had a well known Vet to'take care ot hU Colts. V  r .  Alrd won the Olty Championship from Or. Leech in a hard fought bat-tleigaturday afternoon, margin of one point. He gets bis name on the Wright Shield for 1918. . DInna ye gloorat n^e Mact'I did uae wrl^e the "Curlers Lament." � / - � ./^' ' .... OkOSBR RELATIONS OP , GOVT. ANDTHE ARMV Amsterdam, Feb. i8.--The Official Oasette in Vienna and Budapest publish a letter from Emperor CharleS' expressing the wish to create closer relationship between the orniy and Count- Czernin, the Imperial foreign minister, who, finding his support In th^ army's profitable,-has laid the first foiHtdatlon for ' Miss Rose Boyydn spent the weekend In Raymond. � ' , . Mrs. Trlggs the former principal here has gone to' Milk River to take up.Iter duties In the primary department thpro. Mr. J.iS. Holman has returnH from a business trip to.Calgary. . , Mr. and Mrs. P. Christensen are visiting their daughter at the Homestead country. � \A very, interosttng basketball ga^ne^ was played >ore Friday night between Lethbridge and Stirling-,' The iflrst: game was won by the'lethbridge boys but the Spnlor Boys, of I Stirling lived up'to their reputation and won the: game with flylng.i colors. � The i;,)argo crowd i that att/ended the 'g^me seemed to enjoy themselves� at the danco which followed.^ Mrs. S. Ult�che Is the guest o( rolA^ LETHBRIDGE tuesday.. night; feb. 19 I TEN ROyNDS -MAIN BOUT- TEN ROpNPS I KAYO m of detroit, (michioan'8 logical successor iJOS ' , j stanley ketch el) vs. 'J YOUNG AL ROSS v ' or lethbrioge. ; ^ f \ The popular local Idol, known, as Cianada's classiest, mlMla^S weight. In this Brennan-Ross match, the fans ore assured of as maeli action as was given them , BACK op union Bf^^k � , IJAB.Ijy HDL 1" �I ;