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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUAUY 6; 1917 MEFtALD SECTION IN YOUK When He Polished Off Charlie Cutler in Two Falls in Half Hour Joo steelier, the nodgo wrcsllory'ls head, nhouldofs sciBsors above everybody, In tho mat icomo, wrllCE Ray'C. Pearson In Iho Chicago Trlbuno. TliaL much was ilcinoiiElralcd lo Ihe- satisfaction everybody raconlly In tho'fellow they call n marvel pollin cd off Uharlte duller of Chicago to two falls -In It was., I much Ihb facl thil the Nebraska fai or dciealed'- Ihe' CliU-aso man us svas Iho speed with which lie HCCOII plisheil Ihb trick under c-ondl'.lon which In advance polnlod In a ion drasunml conlesl. When Culler eulcrcd Iho arena I haJ Jusl one purpose In mlml, ai Ihut was lo malio his struggle on II defensive, hoVcil adoplli these (acllcs lo tiro Slcchcr. To Dai- lie on Hie defensive was .lust about Ih" best' policy that Charlie could adopl- By so Joins ho. hod an out- Bide chance of ranking the euulesl n long one, mil" that was his only chance, for In the end Ihe fanner would have beaten him regardless ol tho melnoOs''he used. -M' Youth Favors Steelier IJut If" Cutler hail any idea lhal roughing it on defc-nne would lire his oppoaenl and favor.Ilia osvn chances lie had anollicr "guess coming, ,for i Hlccher Is-.- powerEnl, stamina. und 'of greater advantage. Ihan all, -he has youth. As a mailer of facl, lo prolong Ihe contest.-would havo tired (he-Chicago limn inoro than his opponent. Wltli his--famous scissors, fonncil hy a pair of-powerful legs. Steelier has carved his name In the hall of ,srestllhg.fame. It IE a safe and sane Vlitement to nay lhal the Nebrastan can crush- to -defeat any 'man- on ivhose body he can lockshis sirring legs. "-It also-cm be.-said -without, much fear "of the-necessity .of con- iradlcLlon that Stecher-lB a one-hold wrestler, and is Ihe scis- sors. Take Ibis .hold, away V. SB'tVrncrTiml .ho. Is.'cut nn J he ;7j-wplent wrestlers'.' Credit Tli'ert are some .who know Hie mat v ttame 'who go so tar as lo say lhal without'; the. scissors Steelier would to eaey picking'for a. number of sirreBtlers, bul'thal.has lo ba proved, so there ;is TO lice-terming a man! mediocre by'saying ho didn't have Hie'hclssors.1'- Slecher'Is the'heavy- weight'champion ot today, for there is nbi-Prank Golcli slnmllng In bis palh. To "call a man a'one-hold man is not casting discredit on for tho Nehrs'skari Is a "credil to Hie snort in which ha has entered. Ho Is a clean- farm hoy. He svas menially''copahlo of discovering which has brought him lo Iho front and' he "deserves praise for iaaU Talking yvilh him a few days beI'Bhow'ed' plainly that tho sue has uol spoilt' him In Iho leasl. Ho Is a-ilg. good naiurcil llliaWo. kid, minus the ego which- EO frequently .appears In an athlete In' nny line. ot. snort who lhc. ot'.the ladder. ai-dcun'ccuttofittUi slxouldcrs perfectly VV n 14-13 Records of Carpentier and Les Darcy are Compared tc-ain. eventually winning The olhc-r same scheduled Ihe C. O. F. Iho i falltncr lo nuL in an 1K1 nef crealed nulle a lol of Interest le.nexi half of the sc-nes should 11; C." de fault; K. of P. 11, Moose. 13; Ciallo A. O, F. I. Slandmo Allhougli Lea Carey, Ihe Austra- lian only, been [touting for live years, "me ho has eslabllshed'-a remarkable i ord of victories. With his arrival in America and Ihe approaching visit of Gorges CarpQiiller. the French chainplon, Iliclr records are ot par icular inlcrcEt al this time. -Carpeulier, who is.cose lo 23.3cap, d'f aah. Elands 5 feet-11 1-2 Ineh'es 11 f: 1 fift DOUnCt holuhl and about 180 1 pound 1C1KUI ttiiu at the present lime. Darey is jnsl Inches la and weighs' 105 and 11 "Ts'or'n'.in 1894; Cor'ilpntler' first cani Into I'lroininenco as a. rlywciEUt ISO-! Since then .he. has risen .rapi ly'aiul-nosv, holds tho Europea 'very JUHLICO to Iliera It c'red tbal when Ihey Eomo of as o! and tho depot fro TLe lirfil half I.MKUO excluded last evening _.....__ the R O E.'in the Ifad. hlsiory. Tlio policy, lose runners .up. The Sons gained been one of i week by dcfan.l. opponents falling lo lurn up. Kiiuici lasl evening were Ihe best, to peislslcnlly date, all of Ihem providing plenty of .critlcls-" cictlcmenl and cloJc play. fFroni Oiir Own 'Monarch, Jan. Metliodial chui-cli Bavo a most eujoyalilo oven Ing on Monday (Ncv.- Year's Day) Uio Monarch hall, wncre a Now Irclt was provided. Kaeh child ccclvlng a gift HID Xmaa tree, hl'li svaa most taslofully decoralccl y Two ladles ot the diun-h. Qullc a oss- coinpellllons were IndulBfcd in. n- wlilch wero Kiven. MUF.IC as most beautifully rendered by Mr. ml Miss OiifTIn, of Tcarce, and Mr. Va-i Dyk. Also there was shown ho 1-lfe of Christ, which seemed tu grrally appreciated by all. Mr- P. 'an Dyk kindly explained Ilin plc- nrcs nfi ihoy wore on Ihe screen by Mr. Usher. Ilefreshmcr.la vcro sers-ed anrl Ihe hot' coffee ccmcil lo be greatly enjoyed by the pwiple ss-ho had to drive homo some- when! nround eight miles from .Monarch. Mr anil- .Mrs. Watson of Monarch have Kone lo rcsldo In Macleod. Mr. and .Mrs. F. 11. Dalycll o Fcrnle, have come lo resliJo at the! ranch In Monarch. Tbreahtni; oppcrallons are sllll pro ceding In Monarch. Imposilblllty 'I sco where Ilio bnvbers ate ined- ilatlnB increased rates." "Couldn't lie done. In tho nature nf. things Ilicy'll have to sllek'to cut John Foreravc, a we'll known 5Ioi Gall Gardens also had ler will, A. 0. THE ELGIN SIX In 70 touts itliinliiB 27 decisions coring 2S -knockouts and has been m vo draws, whilcvlio lost nine bouts our of them on fouls and was once inocke.l ont-Gloria lurninr; the (r'fk n sis rounds in 150'J. His Jaisl prin- inal Hauls inclmlccl. those wllh Jean- lie Bomb. Wells, Gunlioat Srni.l.u, lam- Dixie KiJ.airtl Bands- aroS'ilorn In ISM, has enga6cil u S7 after -svinnins- tho al..l eur HO and H7 pound lilies' in 19U Since ll.cn he has -met Hie leadint loiddloweiilhts, McGoorlv, Snlllh, .George Chip. Buckj Crousc tind a .bosi ol others. He "svas tsvlco bcaleu by Krilz Hollaml. In .37. houts he won S.'O. V.......... Jloone C. 0. F.......... Gait .Gardens A. O. f. (Star) A. 6. F. (Unily) K. di lio removal "oi from .he lanes o, a lo the soulh crol -I "ciillSsLlcVeo g-mintl-n wilh Ihe appolnlmenl ol lice plauling day in "ep Ihi council busy tov n Paeific Coast HOCKEY prolty well .doplcleil of popalium I to Ihe many who Have gone lo ir you have not an Edi.on Ihen you art mining a wondtrfUB-.v musical ireil. Come and hear ant. -j- f, Sttinway, Nflrdhelmer, Halnes Bros, and New Scale Williams', Pianos and Playtra. SHEET rz oam. 20 by the K.O. roulc and won 11 de- beaten Ihrc ou a-foul, Ki tcli )R SI'OUT FANS SPOKANE' HEADS LEAGUE Spokane, Jan. defealiiiR the eilllc club Here tonlglil hy a score f 5 lo 1 Spokane wenl into Ihe lead the Pacific Coast Hockey league ra-e" again. The' local club showed luierloiily througlioul Ihe contest i ml hail matters Us own way al all Local curlers are Hnlrifi up lov Ihe bit bonsplel "which slarls on January svlth Ihe Mllllon'nir sen onsly ill nt (he home oi Her latlicr. t iue -ui lodge on Tuesday evening lie DT N-' U. Sister Sadie Hansen; V. G.. .Inside Guard, Sisler "EVEBYTHING MUSICAL" 315 'SIXTH STREET SOUTH, (NEAR CLOSING OUT SALE of of ons snokc of the necessity of iutdn-iui: n.i.j bo-here, as well as Maclcod. .OOP Where in the Raymond basketball .cam of yesteryear? Thev ac very kiKvassful inTasioa 'aflcr Lhe We'ifer Iropliv lasl evenins and 'sue cccded in lifllng the red loiter tro pliy In one of, the finest cihibitlotii of on Iccal'ice The Clarcshoim rinks, skipped and Tucker, Irie-.l I'.ard- lu hold Ihe cup In lliolr possession, -but iiij lead 1 Tucker wpi i CURLING O 'iF. for Mbcrla, visite on Thursday nighl sud u.e necessity of nnjlei el- the part ot all members Lo meet the demand for" Ihe assistaiice anil.support iclurntd Boluiers who are .members "of tliu order. The following amounts eonlnmite. io nfe I'a.rinlic Innd Furlhci nlghl in iwery HLIle -too -much of a lumlica'p for Skip' .Molfalt. to over- ui ac'rcome, allliou'sh.he won'from hellers ccplcn 'he chnlleiiBC of the locals as n close, score ot 12 to -ct' 11, sivinK iVanlon possession ol Inc. N o o o I cn'p fiv'c-ilolnt marain. Uv the looka o' (lie hunch-lined i i, was the Sellers rink's TirsL defea for -'the second city basketball of season. T for tnc second cu> ILISM-IUU.. Ihe flrat learn Will hnvo lo hnstlo In holil their In Ihe line. LcL's SCO on IIOHI iiutu in a llllle decide Iho honors. v-imic. Cooper o' n'' a Ihe Clarcshoim rink. Poslic Hacker of Calgary ia In bail tour'.in this end whnn.Coopp with Lelhhrldgc fans. Ills pcaranco on Tuesday acaranco on 1 nesnay-niEni cver-scuu uk' to put .1 crimp in the boxing Borne Id- ing Tucker's count i.-..i pnntl matches TirrScfir nut i Boston, Jan. for ri- utorlne'ih'e'balance lu-baseball whicn, 'he contends, has becomo losl through the advantages enjoyed, by the u> tlie'game, wero ad- vanted today, hy President rercv D of Iho'.Boston Mil ona -'league, .'llau'ghlon .brouglil- ui "at the_ recent niecling.o which voted. l was 'mo'ile lart [he Grand, .tlliallcnge and compelitioVs.. Hal Morgan til u rJ Ciirberry and reached Ihe ours in the Grand Challenge, which venl should ho' cunclmlert next week Last" nlghi's results and lln} draw or. OWA; H. 3 'ILCIS a -llloi. The possession of Ihe practically decidcJ In Ih'u i! Iho Conii'cr-Tucke ilgary la in uivli lavluK lour m ul111 ,...-t.- Ills' non-ap-: one ot Ihe prettiest port nlihl Ihrealens cvcr-sccn on ClJirosholin rinks, .lal ler nul liul coming HP the all about-It. ___ i layln ,___ goad matches "i-ucker put aniHiier'counlcr I Tans' will soon forgel [or the Kanlou rink on his last and Cooper nwidc nnolhcr pence draw, giving him a Ihrpc-cnit. Tiio personnel of rinkai This yard is 'being closed. We'a-ic po.sitmlyf disconlinning business: here find are closing... 'outthe stock'at in. as ngts r 'tonlgli'l and Monday arc iis fc-l y G; D. D. Sic- V..'Sl'Wat S; C. E. Carberry 7; Hill "Morgan 10. Irsvin Davis Gill i few Inches." BANTEL.TO MEfr'JO'E STECHER Pilr Will Wreille In Francisco on Wilhlnaton'i Blrlhday Santel coast champion heavywelBht wrestler, will BO on mat bcre teb !Z 'with Jpq Stccher HI Nebraska. II WM-announced last night hy rr Schulcr. The malch will go hours and a lialf to a rieclslon. as did the Uwls-Saiitel Ahrnbnl of Tuesdai night which re-sul led In a draw. SIKhcr, it wi's slated, hart own piaranteed and hla Iransporla- llon ciptnaea. Sanlcl will wrestle here wilh Con- Roomanoff January 16 is Oil a ullll day Whnl Eddie wants Is a bearcat lo'repreacnl Hie bear side Ilio mar- ket. Ho Is-spolllng tor a scrap. Young Al Uoss is afler a series of _ scraps In Ihe Pacific Coast cities. He ehould have gone Iho olhcr way ond tried lo flnd nllly Weeks. Donnelly The loci, howler" nt to .know Iho myatery of Ihe naroris alleys. Any I Ime.Shover-bowls only 12J' there is Eomelhlng -.vrong somcwheYe. Hrarcn KcynolJr Cooper (s'f.ip, 20.) T.uckcr (skip, U.) lloese Rclncckc .lenks Jloffall (skip. EOrnCining -AFIHIB Mways has his eye oil the big score, j "o n' I gel Ihcso bowling .leagues go-' :g again. Tho first cn'e such n -ih-ceSB llial. a league now would create plenty of cjtclleraenl., o o o "so far Ihu I-dhbriflgc Mercs haven't accepted thai Herald den lo a game of Itn pins.. How about 111! o o o. Klil Evans has recovered from Ihe loss of Wood suKcrcd In his nils uj> vtllh Mnntcll on Toosrtay night last. Kvans' noae Is one o( his weak points Nantoa, 31; ClaresholuvSu llfgh BKer will play Naulon Ihe cup on Wednesday, January :I4 al Nanlon. r QUITS FOR GOOD' .Tan. F uarriganl "niniiinscr-'of the Ilo'slon league tenui todny. made a final refusal o[ the request by Iho nc.v owners of that club lhal be.re- consider his decision lo Iho 'Draws Tonight K U 'Johnson vs J. F. Hamilton (Grand Inspector Chaney vs s! J. Shepherd Two ladies1 Klines. Draw for Monday llrand Duf! vs Sl'L'rcSwery-Jack Wales srs A. 0. Uaa- lim- M. Freeman vs Hugh Tloyd; C. P. Harris TS' II. JIarrF. BOYS' PAY. Hnlt received a net iirolll of from the work of Ihe bo-s' and girls' clubs during the la't-club according lo a re- port ot (lie work Just compiled Professor J. C. Kogcneen ;o( the cx- cnslon.division of Iho Ulan Agricul lural college. -This represents lh( profit actually derived by Iho hoys end girls in Ihelr club wori, alter all expenses. Including orgiinlTallon ex- penses, and the production cost, have hcen uoilnclcd. The Iplal voluo, of all' club' projccls amounted lo ?I03, G07.41. In'all U" projects were undertaken. HE JUMPED ONTO A BEAR Milwaukee. Wis.-Free.uan nuss, ot Ijlilysmilh. Wia-, saeras poss of: ill Inck in occasionally gcMui from si.ikc hut even Lhongh tho mcldeal MS ralnful Hiiss has not given uplue aporl of Jumping. While- deer hunuiig reccnlly Hnss iuraned from a windfall and alighted o "an animS which received hjni.onlj- grunts- Tho .blithe Jumper was long'in ralUln'B thai the animal was n be.vr.-ahd-iL-was Ihen-Ihnl he "If you require TjniWing-meriB s spring now is llio'.timo .to buy them, RIVERSIDE LUMBER ELUSON T achieved his Thcro svas. no- .chance lo..put. the lapoon his leap; hut suio 11 was his y HON ROBERT ROGERS: SON GOES. OVERSEAS Ollawi, Rw haa gono to Is going overseas on mililnrj-'duly. W1LLARD BATTERY SERVICE STATION Fully for; Taking Care of Any jjuttery. These included the following clubs: Pola'lo, homo garden, canning, poul ;ry flower gardening, pork and crop Dread Unking, garment making, ban cllcrefl, table service, model kllchcn cow lesllng and teller seed. Of these Wlllrlrl Qroves. an Knslish lad, en- listing at Stirling. hns six hrothcre In V.haM, also his trvlher. TfmfrVmTTTTlt TOOK E COLLARS CEHTS EACH pull inid. sec .iis how befovo yoiir trmililc and1 our ballory man -you liow lo avoid it." CUXV icai'i'b n'i-i various clubs tho most popular was tynnKF" BROS _ nlllVrC WeTC I 1 IV tV If til a varous u Ihe poultry club. Twenty clubs Baalim Motor Go. HARRY HOUMAN. MANAGER IILU j orsaniied throughout Ulah, enrolment of 595. MOXTRKAL I ;