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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD SECTION Greyly DUiippolrfcd-Usl Minute Card Whed Some Cooil 'Bo-is and Some Not So Good Eddie 1- "Hlac'liic" Mitchell Six I'nslllnimdB. remained away. turned up wns slim. it was the line-up was a ffio ,-ine wllh exception ol the final clash l.'ruiik Man- but wa slilh, Mauls' at the end n( Ihc liiK decarcd Ilia win- ncr, j.'jjiil'icrV Western Cnna- riVor-n Ihonfimd mile radius Ihere- from a 125-125 pound boy handy enough with his mills to meet Kddie I'ninke'ln the rliu; on even Icr.ns? Is the Sports v-'mild like to J.enr of him oi' fru" liin, l-'or In o rfion. Ihey have fallen to mini for him. Last n'lvvcrrd hrrauie "roslic" thu 'liglnwelslil. ia'nV'in'olv 'll'iJl' VoiWn'' on deck-- At IhP.I late hour llatkei called up.from Calgary and the M blissfully couiUlng on eood K showed that 11 will be hnr inmt which would please Ihe i..us. t to him. 11 telephone, menage from c manager In OlRiiry "'BImilled iiV.e a Hi" hummer in UK- he would 111! here., thai lie was n n tho ill nk .of 'coliullloii anil the fa H ol Ihe rinB fame, and being loilld he assiffed of a good, BO. he i.ethiirlilee basketball team his to dat" met everywhere wllh sue- -r.-is dt-feailiiK Hie iiulnlet o.wn and at llii! bcorcs of 2S-2D and J4-27 nioiiet lively The Canlslon hoys am Eood ami are Imun-l they are ns In mil one over Hie locals yet ilui. seal" -o another match IK belns ar in the meantime where me liie naympndites? Arc thc-y ilriip- i nine out Ihia year or are they Ketli.it Kid KvaiiB anil 1'rniik Man- lo open, h was lo hr.ve sonc rounds over il is' in The crowd nf 7 ,-ans waa not hi shane and put cor 5howii.fi. Jlant'" illng but It'waB all done In tile boys uarterH only twice in Ilie.sK rounds Kddie 1-ranks, howover. him Belf once moi'O.ln a nash of lillndlui, M.I. UJH. _ _ speed. oyB Here are. nllBlUy a chance at vor them lasl >'-'r- l tayinnnd? KH! sncpcl no nan itio richt partner, too .fme person of Ml.che Tl'e pair went blx rounds of Ihc cat. shiftiest mllllnf! ever L IIJUIMIf, O( course, Ihry liail I" rlllE iierc. -d didn-t do inuch 1 ,rn ins lo Kr ch put about SEATTLE WON Vamoui'cr, Jan. losers conllnuiid th'.'lr drive toward Ihc I'acllic coast hockey chainnloi jt Ihe Saturday when defeated Vancouver by a ft ore lo t in one "f Hi1" ta-lest most spcclucnlar lOlili'BIs i-ecn Ihi.x .icaEOll. The teams w.-nl al ipciiil tor prac.litally Ihc entire i'lire and when Ihr! t unlieatcn home record slca.licd thu fast Ili'ini! visitors when a iijeals altai'koil in a Iwuy and liiiully rallied lliK liu-n lofctlicr for a fiirluiis drive asalnsl Unmans jlaK. which nctlcd eiioufh soals to of Ihu li-aeiic for (ho tlnn> H'ls season. Ke-illlc had all .lift boiler of Hie breaks and despite, the one-lblrd count play was ihrllllni; lliratislinut- HANDLESS, BUT PI-AYS Deprivtd of H. Sutlon Both Put' Forearms, Gccrge Good a golf bal M. Tliere are many one noin-r ,iho make- more nr !ess suecessfr __i_ _r lllf- Hughes Is Now C. M. K. 0. For Large Number Officers London. Jan. 2. -AmonR those "ie, liom-.l in mllilary honor, llm an> Uout.-Col. J. A. Cum, ot Cal sarv and A. 11. Hell, com maniliiiK olliier the battalion "rc "warded the H I) 'l.leul.-Col. CJiiiin la a well known medical man. A law imlilber .iSlwMillo'rVfLWtor.aril.e 4'.uh, I'dinonlon unit. Garnet Hughes Honored London. Dec. Sl.-Thc followingra n-nliiins art inciiiioncd In The Year's milltaiy honors list Issued lo- Commanders of the Doth Coloni-la liernerl .Stanley Birkell mil James Aleiandcr Itoberts, hntli al Poly Ue Ihc Canadian Medical Corps. Cieneral A. Can bi-ll Player fhn.'.v a goll bain mcn ,ess (Jeiiera, more man 100 yards? ol the llnks'from lue scor. B I.Mbmlcre. '-s i vr i- Ce use of -shie or who is no .oi.cral, e( 'fi IC31. Everybody idaycd 6T lIUKIIca. (icnniorary Brigadier an Xev: the wi'll -oon nrcducc the go f- landed a lew >aids ers in he world is .he opinion cf I Matty's .brow i ..___ I ulinrt uln'l nun t MilM .1 Gil li IL UlC ivonii 10 Ward oliMlnic Ulanl sliortstoy li ai .1, u and an expert now willi the driver heavier thnn Franks.hc ..J s: r-r si'-x Was Breatly surin-ised when he led lir HIPILSCH rcallv HLG ovoni of Ihc evenmE. ll-J' _ ......____' .....t s, I'll Breaii) reillv I he oveni 01 from L'alBaiy three horns 'Tore real a BO he- i. I Ul i __ ___i I.'Ill J 'I-' I rpl.n liril liTllllllll'H nuilcl, Hacker's explanntlon o j and KU SUfford Ilivvcf that he was nn L matched'and In Ihc ..lornlnB o ,nnke aome' eood the lrii> when Ihc Calsary iniMiil an-11.0111 a ,lriuv. thorillea sent lor, him imisl stay and work, llm -en-Ice cards cad been de national liOtn lamieu lioul itas declared a draw. Hob McfMiorFOn null Vomifc- rounds In Amelican flayers Ward was the feature of Hie UK, Rolf .BW If this iniprovemenl in playini conlinued a fuw years longer, Ihc veteran. American golfers as -v class should at least he Ihe ike, cinial if not the superio- of the Kilfc' son. form says de- invited to try his IncK.i "lie Seu'Hi ?isttSisi.-si lie houghl a solfing ontrit and prac- llucd .until il is reponcil Ilial be was a fit opponent for the low n.-'.rK golfers- of the u'itniy C'lty. lish and Kcotch playnrt. "1 have competed in many tourna- ments this season watched a llmnber of o.hers." declares llio cliarnidon of .he Harden City cluU-i siirurised me most w-as '.murovcd playing style uf 01 Ihe followliiB olhccrs are lion nrcd'ii, Ihe C.M.G.: I icul Col C.'. C1. Van Slrauhenzec, Roval Auillery, who Is a Ciina- M. Krancis f. BuKus, nerial Army Service Corps. Col. Dnf [us is a member of a well known t-a- nadian military family. The following oilicers arc appointed (well known in and a ml I oi Col. (temporary Bllcad i Overall C- T. WinulnB, rormerly In CHIPS FROM THE CLAYS ioehcrall 0- T. Thirty rifle clubs have hccn fonneil 1 Canadian militia, now In the mi ill Norlb Jersey during ihe pasl few, forces. I Mpinnora New York I.ail Has Hoxctl No-Decision liottts Wilh Freddie. Welsh gomB 10 KE he dun >y It mav he-pointed out-how-. timid-ami lined a car, of c: li as whirl, Booked Kood.'_ Uul as ncvcr before just leen taken out "i-'1 o% food the Ross-Cohen 'touts here J) t: WlLUUUl PO11I s.vle This season 1 would say that cc'ven oul of 10 knew the proper way lo nlav Iheir cluhs. Those thai ficn- erally." sliowoi the Jicsl form .were young fellows. Slarl While Younq "These lnys ha'e Jjeeu iniliucd wllh the idea of startins the Thcv have received lessons I m conin'etcnl professionals, with oVnnyl result I'nal 'their progress has Col (temporary Drlgadier Uenci N't'orv, formerly in Hie CanaJlan Ti.-laa.linr mouths. MarrlF.on Cooley. an Inilian. recenll} u 1N. ,u..-w.... wo-i Ihc trapshooiine championship of and Col. (temporary Arizona. He Is the first Indian to- CcMrnl) I-. J. l.ipsetl of ever win a trapshoolins title. rorcw, were apiiointc.l brevet colone The Kichficld Onn club of liichficld.! Tcronorary Ohio, -d said In a sruff manner, "Can't ou stand up to Al this timo be pain easier and I managed o get up, not Ijecanse he commanded nn 10 Jo so, hut of my own accord. Afier our "National -Anthem' was oncludcd and Ihe .audience Ijesan. to pais oul, and feelhiK that my dlSnliy ,ad hccn srossly intruded upon I irneil to this man and said, nsiness was it of yours whether I lood up or and a few hot words passed between us Oul of respect lo the many ladles around I Bald as lilllc as I could under Ihe pro- vokliiE clrcunlElancCB -ant: iiasscrl onl. Now for the btnclil of those who overheard Ibis unpleasantness I will briefly Identify myself. -My parents v.erc horn and ralsod In Is'ay, tvleshire Scotland, near the town ol I'ort Kllen I was born in Ihe counly ot Simcoe, township of Ore. near tbn cilv ot Harrlc. Ont.. and was raised near the (own of Stonewall, north ot Manitoba, and 1 willi my ancestors have always hren loyal and patriotic subjects lo our empire nil feel uurins this struggle that my mily anil I have in nn small way onlr'ibulcd lo our king and country, tbe only brother I have has been Ihe trenches "somewhere ill ranee" lor nearly two years. 1 havo l.vavs conlrllmlcd liberally lo all, 'alriotlc and Cross financial so- and my w'ife is an cner- Iticlifield Linn ciun oi Temporary u.......-- and the Hetlerion Mini club of' ulo Canadian Draeoons, Is m uun emu ui Dj-jan ol me i_uimin.iu ivanlcil trophies 11 Brevet Colonel, by Ihe Interstate association Oho an e Hclterloil Md., were awanlcil trophie by the l November. 'DEFENDED TITLE Oaring ovei- ihe Noveniuel. _____ The International Irapshoolinn iour-jr7------ iinracnt al St. Thomas. Onl.. in Ueccm-: I -cBt ever held in Can" .mi. -etic anil earnest worker in the Iteil Cross throilEh tbc C. I.. A- I certainly fell that this man's ac- ion in a public Ulaee, was an uncall- ed for insult, a.s he might bavc known trora all appearances tlist I was no, an ignorant alien, and must have a -Odd reason tor not rislns to give rev- erence- lo our "National An'.l.eir, .nkhlB von, Mr. Editor, "x space, 1 ani, Yours truly, 1. II. Mcl.eod, 310 Tfh Ave. A. S. tent for i-nrlers away lo a socd slarl lasl nl5 I In the Grand Challenge, tho 'rn-u oMhe 'ebon's local compe lions Tins Is n knockout event, with iwi-ntv-rliiKs entered, and'the losers In all draws up 10 the fours pass auto- aUcally inio Ihe Brewery compe i- lion, which will be broURhl on rlghlj ice last nisht was pood ami: kcen.e'ames were.playcd. The It. V railicr uii'cjpcctcd. victory over S. J. Shcnhcrd's men tlie narrow WL poi--.l- whilsl tbe as shown by the following, between K. Johnson and D. giowhiB popularity of .he Nabb was even up on the I2lb necesfillatinB nn c.tlra. in winch k. tennis players Ji.hnson's rink succecilrd in .iairini- two N 1S.OCK1. Notice j of clubsxin pair of EOhl rimmed eye Lbeir clubs. "This will mean Iliat most of the present stars who helped lo maVc he sport so popular will he ed >o stand aside. Will, the proper nslruclion of our young, nlayer., say Iliat within til'years our will be the best 111 the world. iron) ihe rest as most scnsalional.' From compulsive ouscnrity io ehal- lenpor for the champlon- shii, ot Ihe world .is Ihc leap that Leonard lias made. Before bis Uout v Joe Mandol of New Orleans )eecmber 17. 1955, in which tlie oiilheraer, then in Ihc from ranks vas knocked out in the seventh round vas knocked out in me ,j a schcdnlca 10-round f.a. Leon- Waslilis Ion ar work had not attracted alien-J wceU hen. 'At ment raateh in Carild shori AN EXPLANATION I'lilor of the Herald: yoa kindly allow rat snacc in vom- paper to explain to al iJh witnessed Ihe unpleasant incl dent that occurred, in the Majestic I theatre Monday afternoon al the nf Ihe Jones" perform- lo a had fall I suffered re I LIU LLII ago and Hush broke 81 lareets for Uender. l lion of business men. in thai city has, ba, g'dne in !for ritle sbootini; and trap' and foot, shoolinB. ri'oflanil a'llcr sillins so long in such a number 'of lenn's ulaycrs last 1'JlC, Ihe national amateur tonrna at Merlon a few weeks iionm- lo'ies. the 14-year-old Atlanta lad. gave an illustration of how yoims, nnd able some of our youthful gdfcr. can be. 1 understand there arc sev crol other hoys in Atlanta who will soon cause considerable comment, and il is reasonable to expect olner sections of the country will produce rcmarkiiblc hoy golfers." Game Just Beginning According to the old baseball slar KOlf now is just hi-ghiiilns lo MJOJ- par "jlasscs. Aliply to tbc Care.lakcr l.r.El nlslil's results are as follows: Grand Challenge Jack Wales beat Dr. W. II. Hurra. N'nmbcr in 1SOC. SS of lonriramc-iis iii UlC. Number of tournaments in ItluO VOll now IS real piopularity and there is no telling lo what lengths the present rush for the links will no. Ward believes soil is Ihc best form ot moderate escrc.pi vet he says that the final rovnul for 'rmtUraai chammonship is the most se- vere strain one will encovmler in sporl The veleran declares tha ion.' Made Leonard Famous That victory sent the yonngsier's name' flashins nil over the country, nnd since llial lime he has demon- strated on more than a score ot occa- sions thai the nuiich which tent Man- dot down for the count was no fhiKC blow In 111 of his halites l.conird I has succeeded in slowing away Ins opponent. In several, others the man acin- him had a. narrow escape. He toppled Jimmy Murphy over in lie rounds. Phil Bloom In eight, iamm'y Ilobiilcau. .loe. Welsh and Eddie'MeAndrcws in the fifth: nils Q-llrien In the .seventh, Irankio Canncfry in Ihe sixth and Kvcr Ham-, ucr and "Fighting Harvey" in Ibe welflh. Sis opiionenls have gone the bclicu- nleil li) rounds with Leonard. They eejM> in i..v. Employes of the Tele- Iowa, w dience. rose to sin liy don t "dod Save On HE REGRETTED HIS KINDNESS A British Officer One: Carried the Kaistr on Board a.Ship Best of the royal fusiliers told a crowded audience' at LlanBollen recently that when Ine kaiser was G years old 6e not only had a lame arm. but a lame, leg also. The British fleet was In the llallic, off Ihe shores of Germany, the !ulure kaiser hud r" uun L :higan have: "Wait'a. replied .e rain keen desire lo sec The ironclads, lie was taken to the coast and rowed In. a small boat alongside the fleet. A naval officer was told off to carry lain Uest, "was my father, and I havo. heard, him say many tiineii' since a rity I did not throw thr, 'f) Johhann beat D. n. McNabft, lied al 12lh end. las Alrd heal the Uaalim rink, lo-S., 'I W. M. P.'beat S. J. Shepherd, Draw for Wednesday 1 (Uraiiu Ohallengel J K. Hamilton vs C. B. Carhorry. Clarke vs n. A. Simpson. li'al Morgan vs M. Freeman. sheet ot ice reserved (or ladles. Draw for Thursday j Challenge) i' J S Smith vs C. B. Carliorry. r Duncan Duff vs llueh Boyd R X M. P. vs Jas. Alrd. J. .Wales vs K. U. Johnson. Niimhcr of clay conrls in If'iJtj. ir.O. 'Averaic cost of clay conrls Clay court Investment in 1016, Jli.- '''inveslnienl" in clnb houses ,1'JIC. 5M.tlOO.000. on the same order as the Westy Ho- slrani'cr to pushed me ronghl Ill aro Freddie Welsh, llio charaif.oii. iwicc: Johnny Dundee, .loe Azcvedo, (From Our Orfn Jxn'jppen Dec. wer.lhcr here has been vnry fine for this fca- smi of the year. We lave i or ip.i-li- ockl- Frankic Cr.llaban ami es of snow and the mlev YoiVi'in, "Kansas" escaped! good. Everybody seems lo lie enjoy- knockon. bv lliroc seconds, '.he ing Ihe Chrislmas holidays. 0.. cqnliimcnl cost per player, strength. 525. 311OFI in" an orcVnnry Hunil of.Rolf is good avcrapc exercise, nol nearly so much ot a 'slrain as a baseball same. He- calti'ii! his chainuionshiu days wllh the Gianls Ward relates his own ex- perience on the diamond as a means of contrast with golf on the final the floov rlnsiii' 'with The enlorlainmcnt given at Wcsl while he was on The enieriainmeni seven falcfnl seconds ll.ullc school house on Clirialums ELGIN SIX IS HERE 3 SHOW ROOi.1 OPEN IN A FEW DAYS' II A 1) S S C A' S A D A MJ4JJ-LJJ-LLLU-1U1 S novKOAFT T O O K E COLLARS IS CENTS EACH TOOKE BROS.-LIMITED MAKERS r, MONTHF.A Annual equipment yors, VGrs, "icrc arc the principal cities that vc nv.inlc.ipal tennis Somervlllc. Mass.; Cambrlilee, vc. -Mass.: Vnll ,S vcr, Not Such Great Strain was in a "Golf" says nol so mvich of a st'rain'on the player, cscclit. ol course, in a his title match, llaseball is different. Kvcry one In tlie Ins lea-ncs plays the worlh of 10 conies IV1 .lnTMIIIf [IlO uuinu. llinB practice during the: h bad way al the finish. No Decision Affairs leonard's two encounters with the cl-ampton were nn decision affairs. In the newspapers save fe.onanl liie heller of il. in other the champion was credited with oiilpoinl- Ing liim. Welsh Is fast, and H lakes more than 10 rounds to run 'him down to where hard count. 'Leonard t.s blow in each. If he cverv inorninu ----i ngnicr. wnj. its.; New Ilcdford; Mass.: llrhjGc- "i ot Ulc Ollcn gel inlo a distance lioul. rt, Conn.: Worcester, Mass., n (cw yet I }nay dear old E'.islaml irlford Conn.: rtorousb ol nr [he vvater iruoru, itlan, lloronsh o( Drons .lloroush ol rooklyn. IJoroush of Queens, lloch tcr, N. V.-. IlutfalO N. Y.; Jersey ilv N -I-: C.iraden, K. -'-I u ilmlDK- on.! Del.; reading, Hnlllmore, nirmi'nslioni. Ala.: Nashville1, cnn.: Honslon, Texas: a Cincinnati. Ohio; Ohio Dayton, Olilo: "ettoil. vaiikce. Wis.; Indianaiwbs 1ml. Chicago ill.; Kansas City. V.o.; SI Zis Mo.; Minneapolis. Minn.; DCS Moincs. Iowa: Denver Col; Kianolsco, Cal.: Oakbnd. Cal Bal .akc City, Uiali: Spokane, Tacoma, Wash.; 1'ortland, Ore.: l.o Anseles, Cal- CHARLIE WHITE WON BY K..O N. Y.. .Inn. 2.-ciiarlle While of Chicago knocked oul Hnrry Donahue of Tcorla. 111.. In the sislfc round of n scheduled ten round Vml nd be %o T tired from the strain thai 1 would hardly up ai ,he finish ot to Dealest in golf jtbc L" inn adorn igjln. u fs Bol[ can ycd by almost or old, without raucK physical be v'aycd by innp o. iTgrlion, aim main reason why the ramc is grow.ng ponular." leonar.l's best blows lire his nfint crosses ami When tne crosses am 'lrpc. former connects with the jaw. the tight is over. His -letf jihs .nil hooks are fearful in the punishment they administer. ROWLAND LAYS DOWN LAW ChlcaRO -Ian. for Ihe Chicago While will be. per- mitted to drive mo'.or cars the rmm here yesterday afternoon. ches inn season, according lojtle. Manager Ilowlann. In addillon lot the danger, of accident, Howlaml dc- DILLON BESTED MOHA Dayton. Ohio. Jan. Dillon won Ihe popular decision on points In hi- l.iround RO here yesterday after- noon wllh Hob Moha ot .Milwaukee. Vive of Ibe rounds easily were Dillon s. three going to Moha on clever pun- The others were even. Dillon s ches e oers aasrcssivc nghlMlB won him Ihe bat JEFF SMITH WON Uallimorc. Jan. -'.-JelV Stillh. mid- oom loaded with iircsen.s for, ;hc f schocl cliiiaren- Mrs. Liglil. the teacher, had a fine progra... arranjcrl for Ihc occasion which proved lo be onitc entertaining. Mrs. John Mc- Tagsarl and Mrs. .lolm Dradcr were a coinmlllcc in charge of Ihc. tree and the sivins of the iircsenls which thcy ditl nnitc well. The baby show been positioned u-ilil after the holidays on Kcconnl nf a mild sr.ell of weather. Mr. nnd Mrs IManchard have the largest haby hoy of his age. while Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slnl3 see." -to he of thr: omn Ion that they h.ivc the prcllie.il Mil's Birl In all creation. Mr. nnd -Mrs Arthur joiiiison clslni lo have the best looking bahy hoy. Mr. and Mrs. Whipple arc confidently expecting lo, win first prize for their bahy uoy. but Mr. and Mrs. Hakkc claim they Iiavo ?.n easy winner in the haby boy conlc-sl Mr. and John. McTag- garl will also contest for the first prize for their baby boy. Mr. and Mrs Theodore Poolc will rot have the smallest haby at the' anil come in for second rrne nrn Sickles is Christmas at Kalispcl, Montana. lllchard Hoscoe has gone to Cali- fornia for the winlcr. Joseph l.lppo Is the guest of In'- sister and hrolher-in-law, Mr. am1 Mrs. Thomas- The T. C. 1'esg threshing machine _ -i tiir Your Attention Please We have Beautiful, Warm Robes, Rubber Lined. SPECIAL FOR AUTO OWNERS has been al a standstill (11C unnBtr. ui as a ll, no Sy W luflicc on -.the .linflins monnd. Ohio... for some ch snow shing ye You can use your this cold "nil yoiir rudialoi- willi CANT FREEZE Baalim Motor Co, HAHRY HOLMAN.vMANAOER x ;