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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY,. J ANUAKY 12, 1918 TilE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD PAGE THREfii "BRINGING UP PATHEK ' By G. McManus THE CWNT �t> TO BE HERE TONKiHT- HI THM" MOVT OE H\M NOW-TAKE H�T*� �M THE PARLOR and TURN ON THE - �T WU2. CAN'T YOU swell: it? 'A Camouflage Edmonton Basketballers bbdurate Still Cling to Cheese Championship The, Edmonton Journal sport writer comes back; t Calgary sport writeVa are vic-iims of a man-islzed "peove." 1 leavings! how angry tlieso youths riro. And all because The Journal, on.behalf of the Kdmonton AU-StnrB basketball team, claimed the Alberta championship. This great fireside paper announced in a casual manner, after the locals trimmed Calgary, Lethbridge and Raymond in decisive fashion, that l-Jdmonton could justly, lay claim to provincial honors. Then arose the concerted wall. "The games were merely exhibition affairs," snys one callow youth, who evidently hurries back from dbliver-ing a route to write "sport." However, the tact remains that an t-dinonion . team trlmm.ed tl^e ci'ea'in of the'southern qlvartettea o:i tlielr own gymnaslusm floors, ;ind Is entitled to all the kudos .�Kid banzais that go with this teat. I.nter in the season there will crobably be a second championship ^ sori'es, and the Edmonton it.iin will be delighted to give the c!l.-;?n:nlod Southerners another cliance to lift tile title, which they evidently tlilnk^is theirs by divine right. The Lethbrldge Herald was the first paper to take up the statement of the Journal that the Capital City five had annexed the provincial championship. The Journal's attempt was too crude to pass lightly by. Nobody is detracting from the excellence of the game, the Bdmoutonians put up on their tour, but to, claim the provincial championship on the strength ot it was^caraoullago pure and simple. The brand of basketball put up by tho northerners wasn't bne-two-tliree ^*lth tho classy article Raymond, 191(i-l7 recognized chamnlons, showed last season. Tho Haymond team that stacked up against the visiting Capitals during holiday week wasn't the regular Raymond team by a long shot. It the Sugar Town aggregation had thought they were going- to play for thd provincial championship when they mot Edmonton there would have been a Sugar City team on the floor that would have told a different story. However if the Edmonton Journal and the Capital city .basketballeri think they can secure any satisfaction out ot claiming the cheese championship In this'manner they are welcome to It. The smeU's enough tor us. Knocked Out, in Second Round -Oklah'oman No Match . For White Hope J^plin,' MOi, Jail. 12.-Fred Fulton ot Rochester, Minn, knocked out Harry (Texas) Tate of Nowatai, Okla., In tlm' second round ot a scheduled 12-round bottt, on Thursday night. Tate-went down twice before receiving a blow to the Jaw that put him out, �It was apparent from the opening ot the'bout , that Tato was outclassed. , Fulton dpenod with a left jab to Tata's stomach and followed with another to the same place. A hdir^. left to the face brought blood from Tate's nose and mouth. Tate swung wildly and sent In.^ hard uppercut timt barely missed Fulton, who came back with an overhand swing that sent Tate to the floor. Ho remained down lor the count ot nine. Fulton sent in repeated labs to the face. Tate came back in the second round with vicious swings that Fulton dodged. Fulton again pent In hard punches to Tate's lace and, with a" right to tho jaw, sent .Tate dbwn. Tatb got up only to be sent to the mat again. Another hard right put the Oklahomaan down and his manager, Ullly McCartney, throw Jn the sponge. Tate weighed 206 and Pulton 215 poundf. ' . LEO COOK SIGNS UP WITH SEATTLE "METS Some folks say � * � That camouflage    Is an Invention   * Ot this war    But we claim    That Mother Eve    Iiwentod the ant -And that it was* * * .  �  The first fashion IjCo Cook, who, together with his brother Lloyd Goolc, was included in the Edmonton Dominions' lineup when they captured tho Alberta championship some years ago, has been sign- ? ed by Lester Patrick of the So- ? uttlo Meta, and will be used ? as utility man. Leo was a valu- ? od member ot the Spokane > Canaries' lineup last season. his hockey Jn Calgary, is star- ? ring with the Seat'^lo team > this >Vlnt6r. Press reports of v > the g(in*ba played to date show that two.other former Albert-* ney Stanley, aro among tho - ^ . ? CICOTTE SIGNS UP Detroit, Jan. 12,-Eddie Clcotte, star pitcher of the Chicago Americans, an-' nounced today 'thaf he had signed his 1018'contract, , ' PETE HERMAN MATCHED jNew-Orleans, La., Jan. 12.-Pete Herman, of New Orleans, world's bantamweight champion, and Johuuy I3rtle, of St. Paul, have signed for-ii 10-round, no-docialon bout lu Febr.uary, it was announced today. JUNIOR O. H. A. RESULTS , At Peterboro-Lindsay 1, Peterboro 3. 5. At Kingston-Queens 2, Kingston 12. At Woodstock-Siirnla 2; Woodstock They Wear Longer Because they are curved id at the casing Michelin Red tubes Ever invented  *' * Out of convenient tig-lcaves. And the,dear ladles* ^  >  Still continue to camouflage Even, though the fig-leaf  * * Has made way _ ' For high topped*shoes And higher s'kl^ts * / � But If you think * * 'That camouflage* *    7^ wearables Is confined * ' * */ V   \ To th'e fdniale ,  �  Of the species We bog you* * \* To cast your glommors On tho work *ot art *, Which adorns v This column, Wo haven't a'doubt', � "This orodltablo example  n )^ , Of the camouflage art  .   ' Created a furore At Long Be(�ch * * And that the 'clear ladles There and thereabout Took advantage * * ,   . 01 tho occasion � i -''*'.* , "We are put through position exer-else which is calculated to develop form-the same'as In sporL VAt one stage of the exercise our right arms are held directly overhead in a ^In^ with the body. It is trdni this, position, that tlie bomb is ordinarily released. � ' ' � "': . "As I say, the whol? thing Is fascinating, It iBijiurd to give: up tiie id^a ot throwing a Itomb as' tliough it were a baseball, but '�ve soon get (that titta ouir heads. ,. Besides, 'chafley; hdrfeq' is an awtur thine." of'1 PHILLIES TO LO�E PA8KERT Welder Traded for'Cy Williams Chicago National* Fitohburg, Mass,, Jan, 12,-Manager Moran-iof the Philadelphia National league baseball club, announced at hlB'home hero today; that George H, Padkert, Philadelphia  V centerfielder, had ^ been traded"for <:Cy" Williams, oenterflelder of tht' Ohioago National I league'.club, class mechanic In every respect. .V building "ill l)y SO, work on which hi; i already been begun, will bo eroctcl , just opposit'o the post otftro and Wifl 1)0 thoroughly equipped with the mo;-:: up-to-date macHlnery for garago-m.'� chino shop and blacksmltli shop. Thui will surely moot a long felt need of ., this community. . H. A. Sugeitt sold 5 teams- of youns farm horses al top prices this week, Ho also disposed of some cows at: tho .saino tlmo. Bert Maxwell expects a car lonil of farm horses any day now. These will bo available for intending purchasora. Annual School Meeting Tho annual meeting of the Coaldale consolidated scliool district No. !) will take place In tho school auditorium on Satimlay afternoon. , The election ot a school board and the receiv- � ing of reports will bo dealt wltn. Every ratepayer should he Intare^tod enough to attend, and ovary parent, should bo present. The affairs of tho school should bo of Interest to.all. . There has been a considerable feel-, ing in tho.communtty, \vhich has beoa growing lately, -that.'tho Hay Growers' -\ Hall is not' as' adetiuately .protectett � from tire as It should be. All build-^ Ings should bo prptootod against load ? by fire, to as large an extent as possible, whether covered by Insurance or not, for loss by fire',' Is a loss to the wholo o� Society. But extra pi'o-i, cautions should be taken to protect all places whoi'e people assemble for f any purpose \yhateveri In Case of a ' fire in the building in Its present con- } dltlon .a very heavy responsibility would be j)lacod on the directors and management ot the company. . ,< Tho food controller has recomjnend. ed that tho Canadian Railway Assoclnv; tion for National Defence urge shli)-1 pers and railways that only car lots of ' r.ertaln foodstuffs be accepted,''and ; cars loaded to capacity.' The Law Compels Y6i| To Put Npn-glare Lenses on ': Your Automobile It Costs you no more to buy the best USE OSGOOD Long Distance Lens ' 74 PER CENT. MORE UGHt.M^|^^i�h ^ WE G,UARANTEe SATISFACTION OR RETURM.Y^'^^lji^ON|V. ?l �BAAUM MOTqt^fi* BACK OF UNION'BANK' It ^ - HAt^f^Y^M^^IlfW'Wl^ 96?933 5795 ;