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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1018 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD fAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER' y McM anus i ' weav^n Me DOODLE WAT CAH the poor. tel low oo FOR n ONE'Or THE BcVT IN Hlb LINE - 'Mi-!'--/: i. - HE REAOe> rviET^R^ for /\ ^v:> cc^.pan^: t � * - y^ ' ' / \- *' * i , I ill! -111X1 T I ,gg SHELBY ? ? DISTRICT PRESIDENT * * * * * * ******* basketball fans are expected to be out in full force tonight at the first chance to see a U. S. team in action. The Shelby, Montana, team are dark horses to the locals and they do not know just what they have to stack up against, but are looking for nothing but the hardest game of their career*. The game will �*art at 3.30 o'clock and H. B. McElyea will manipulate the whistle as referee. The Shelby boys will be shown the time of their lives as a big feed is being prepared for them after the game and a dance is being held in the S.O.E. hall immediately after the game. Come early and get a seat. J. F. HAMILTON, who was chosen president of the Crows Nest Curling Association at the annual meeting In Fernie. - Ted Lewis and Soldier Bartfield Will Clash in Toronto PAL MOORE AFTER Jan. 23 rd Toronto, Jan. 17.-The world's welterweight championship will be at stake when Ted Lewis, the holder, and Soldier Bartfield clash at Masley Hall on Wednesday night, January 23, despite the fact that the bout is limited to ten rounds and no decision will be given ahoiDd the contest go the distance. Inthe event of Lewis being knocked out, Bartffeld will have a legitimate claim to the Britisher's title. CROWN OF H Tulsa Club Has Offered Purse of $4000 to Get Bantam Champ in Ring CLYMER IS GREAT MANAGER Bill Clymer, manager of the Louisville Colonels, is perhaps the most successful of minor league managers. For There is a chance for a bantamweight championship battle in the near future. It is up to Champion Pete Herman to decide. A fight club in Tulsa, Okla., which staged the Pal Moore-Earl Puryear battle on New Year's day, has offered $4,000 real money for a 15-rotirtd bout to a decision between Herman and Moore, Manager Tommy Walsh of Chicago says years he has 'piloted teams into the first division of. the American assoc- .the offer looks good to him, and he will lay on and the International League, jjbe content to take $1,000 for the Pal Never has he fallen below third place. � Moore end and let the champion have A number of times his teams have won. At Louisville last year he took an apparently hopeless club and brought it through a winner. Before that he piloted ,a Toronto team to the top of the heap. And'that particular Toronto team looked the poorest in the league. Clymer's independence probably has a great deal to do with his failure to get in the majors. Bill would expect to dictate the policies of his club rather than turn this responsibility over to the magnate-Magnates, as a general rule, are inclined to be jealous of their prerogatives, and this may be the reason Clymer has never landed higher than the bushes. the $3,000 for the sake of getting a chance at the title. Herman owes himself a return bout with Moore, who secured a decision over the New Orleans Italian in 1015. The champion has not manifested any anxiety to swap punches with the Memphis flash since that time. Neither has Johnny Krtle, who was likewise shaded by Moore. Moore had no difficulty in disposing of Puryear, the Tulso bantam, who is variously credited with avshade over Herman, a draw, and a defeat by a small margin. It seems from reports that Puryear gave the champion plenty to attend to, but Pal had tilings much his own way. It was not as hard a fight as he had anticipated. - WHEN WE TAKE IN A SECOND-HAND CAR THE FIRST THING WE DO WITH IT 18 SEND IT TO THE REPAIR SHOP, WHERE IT IS THOROUGHLY EXAMINED FOR BREAKS AND WEAR. THE ENGINE IS TAKEN DOWN AND CLEANED, AND WORN OR DAMAGED PARTS REPLACED. NOT UNTIL IT IS IN PERFECT RUNNING ORDER IS IT pFFERED FOR SALE. THAT'S WHY OUR SECOND HAND CARS ARE SUCH GOOD BUYS. IF YOU ARE WANTING? BETTER CAR FOR LESS MONEY, LOOK OURS OVER. IT WILL PAY YOU. Chicago, Jan. 10.-Pitcher Grove: Alexander, who, with his battery mate Catcher Killifer, was purchased by tin Chicago Nationals for $50,000, has boo. placed in class 1 of the selective draft Charies H. Weeghman, president o the Chicago club, was unofficially ad vised tonight. Weeghman telegraphed Alexamhv at his home in St. Paul, Neb., for con firmation of the report. When Alexander was purchased fron the Philadelphia club it was agree that if he or Catcher Killifer wa: drafted o0 days before the opening o the 191S season the transaction wouk be cancelled. Will Not Claim Exemption Omaha, Neb., Jan. Hi.-Grover Alex ander, premier pitcher of the Nation als,'has been placed in class.1, divisioi A, of the draft and will not play bal with the Chicago Cubs this year. Alex ander received his card today and sayi-he immediately wired Weeghman. "I shall ask no exemption," saic* Alexander this afternoon. "I'm read; to go. I am no slacker. I don't know what they will do about transferring me from Philadelphia to Chicago That's up to the baseball people, not to me. Defeated Irwin and Liscombe By 141 Pins-Dickson High Game and Total Sloan and Dickson, who some lime ;o threw out a defi to al) and sun-ry doubles teams of timber topplers. ast night set a ma>k for other doubts entries to shoot at when they piled ip a score of 1087 ag.unst Irwin and -riscombe, who had accepted the chal-enge. The Uiallenger.s took three ;amos out of the "five. They dropped he second by 20 pins and the last by ne, taki g the five by a total of 141 �ins. Dickson rolled -21?, in his first ;ame for high single for the evening, jeing the only man to pass the L'ou nark. The winners dip and the losers 155. The scores: rolled at a 169 at an average of /From Our Own Correspondent) I Commerce, Jan. 15.-Commerce and District Red Cross Society is now busily engaged in enrolling members. Thus far four life members have been secured. Those are: W. II. McIIroy, A. IT, Rcid, W. T. Rogers and Mary A. Croft. Sixteen active members have also been enrolled, making a total membership of twenty. The com-niiltee intend making a thorough canvas and they are confident of bringing the membership up to one bun*, dred in a short time. | r Mrs. w. S. Jeffrys hns been np-"( pointed superintendent of work for' the society. At a meeting held today, j at which Rev. Marsh, Mr. Sandln and j other workers from Coalhurst were present, it was decided that the sup- Some men look sideways with their minds just as a rabbit looks sideways with his eyes. Neither can see the facts in front of him. The logical man knows that * vis NOBLEMEN {2 for 25c.) equal to imported brands at twice the price. Because "NOBLEMEN" Cigars are made of choice Havana tobacco by skilled workmen, the smoker jloan . Oickson �its combe irwin . . mo 218 352 183 14S 175 14 157 IS 4 1S1 :jfiO liii 170 ITS 179 357 159 115 IS* 1G1 2:>7 161 S07 sso 331 Elected at Annual Meeting at ' Fernie-Jas. McNaughton Vice-President 341 302 274 298-154G Entries for the two-man team league 're now coming in, and it is expected .o begin play by the beginning of next week. After all entries are in a meet-'ng will be held and teams chosen. One ;ood and one poor player will be put on each team, which will make play as even as possible. Any player who wishes to play in this league kindly �mt yoifr name on the Dominion Alley blackboard this week. The return mat dies.- in the singles and two-man events at'Barons will be played Saturday night, and a good crowd of fans is expected to accompany the bowlers to Barons. DEMPSEY DESERVES BOUT Says Coast Fighter Has Better Record Than Fred Fulton (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Jnn. 16.-A smoker was heU] ] st night in Victoria Hall, at which the visiting curlers were' entertained by the Fernie Curling club. Mr. Kirkham. oi! Lethbridge, presided, assisted by Sherwood I ferchtner. The annual meeting of the association was held after the banqueting and n program of speeches and songs was rendered. J. V. Hamilton, of Lethbridge, was elected president i'or the year, and Jas. McNaughton of Carmangay, was chosen as vice-president. Sherwood Herchmer, of Fernie, was elected secretary-treasurer. In the Grand Challenge contest today, Cameron, oE Cranbrook, won from Young, of Fernie; F. C. Law won from Duff. In the Magrath Contest, McLaren won from James Henderson, A. Young � won from Patterson; Ward won from! Hogarth. Chicago, 111.-Jack Kearns has his new submarine destroyer, Jack Demp-soy of California, tied up at the Chicago dock ready to call all the bluffs that Jess Wi11 ard ever hcard or thought about. Jack brought his new fighting sen sal1, on all the way from the Coast, paving their own way for Lhe express purpose of doing a patrio-ti.: act. "Talk about p:itrioUsm,"\said Kenrns who can talk louder and faster than most nmnagnvs. "Dempsey, a poor boy, is paying his o\*n way to challenge Jess Willard. a rich man, and turn the entire receipts over to the Ued Cross or any other war funds. A/id, what's more, as a fighter Dempsey has n better record than either Willard or Fred Fulton, who have been getting the publicity without doing a single thing to earn his recognition. "The1 reason 1 say that Dempsey has a better record is that he has beaten plies necessary for the society be purchased from Calgary, and that one hundred dollars worth 1)0 ordered at once. This Is only the beg'nning and we feel certain that with the hearty j co-operation of the people, Commerce Jj.' j and district will have one of the best Zii I tied Cross Societies in Alberln. ,bUl Two sewing machines are beiug purchased, so that the ladies hope to , be able to start on tl^eir work hnmed-i lately. The last bag of work from � Lethbridge is now being completed, so that in future the society will be working as a separate branch and not as an auxiliary. We hear also a rumor that the boys, of the village will soon receive their first training in the direction of I Scout work, by calling-for and delivering the work of the society. Thursday has been set apart a3 Red Cross day for the people of Commerce. School Meeting. The annual school meeting of Coal-gate S. D. No. 2804 was held last Tuesday, January Sth. The following are the trustees: A. Manning. XV. T. Rogers, A. H. Reid, H. B, Brown has been re-appointed secretary-treasurer for the ensuing year. Air. A. Manning was appointed trustee, his term to expire in 1921, in place of Mr. Barrie Council Meeting. At the council meeting lor the village of Commerce the following were elected: Reeve. W.1 T. Rogers (reelected), A. II. Reid and D. Brown Secretary-Treasurer, Auditor, Mr. Pocock. Mr. O. II. Benson, j farmer and randier j moree, has left to spend a few weeks 1 in the fnvorit'.' spot. California. ' Mr. and '.Mrs. Ilnrry Johnson have '� ffW vw! t'J) with he need. "imported squint" pays 50% more 2 "NOBLEMEN" for a Quarter, will strengthen his mental vision. $4 DAVIS & SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. 392 The Retail Trade supplied direct from our *0creancer and Winnipeg Warehouses, insuring prompt service atid prime condition. TREAL PAPER wants regard Montreal. Jan. IS.-Le Pays the colonial tie broken. "As l^t, English domination," says Le Pays, "we have endured it; when such domination was not influenced by a handful of profiteers, on whom falls the responsibility of the dismemberment of the British empire^ and the abasing of Canada, but we refuse to be sacrificed to that Moloch thirsting for blootl and gold be it at London, Berlin or Moscow. . . . Sinoe Sir Robert. Borden and his clique promoted thw hostility of the English of Ontario against us Ave are forced to believe, rightly or wrongly, that we ane beinr, constantly persecuted. Is tlvsre not, a spirit of revolt lurking in many souls? And this unrest will go on increasing while we cast our saddened eyes toward democracy of the United States, ever ready to receive as." J'-, 'L . 1 � **** II. R. Brown a well known north of �om- 1 Cfc/H �t returned !u>:\-� r spciutin;: a i In the Walker Contest Young won I Gunboat Smith in four rounds, Carl from R. M. Young; James Johnson won from Greenwood; Beck won from A. Young; Henderson from Macneill. In the Trites-Wood Competition, T. Henderson won from Wallace; Hogarth from Ward; Stewart from Lip- Morr's in four rounds, knockout; i Charlie Miller, knockout, in one min-i ute. Charlie Miller and Gunboat Smith ) both have registered victories over i Willard. Our main object in coming hero n, hardt; Kirkham from R. M. Young, \ has to track the champion to his Cameron from Bnldry, and Beck from Baldry. In the Macleod Competition, R. M. Young won from Cameron; Stewart from Ward; L. E. McDonald from T. Henderson; H. J. Johnson from McNaughton; Hogarth from James Henderson, and Herchmer from Baldry. Five draws are now being played and it is expected that tomorrow the , , semi-finals will be reached by all con-, for Fulton-testants. The ice continues fine and the curlers are having a most enjoyable spiel. own lair. The only way ho can prove he is sincere with the American public is to draw up bis own set of articles and anything he will sign will suit me. If lie does this, I will post a forfeit of $10,000 that Dempsey will meet him in the ring an | by A. J. Wilkes, crown attorney of I Brant county, will prosecute. XV Brewster of Brantford, will defend prisoner. weeks in hr,Jidr.> i:ig. Whoa', i* being hrui^fd 5p.tr> the elcvnl'-r drifo the !':""(� that ilu-thermometer jv yst ;-rs be-low ::oro Skating ha^ b'- joyed to the utmost. Mr. A. H. Roid ukmIc a badness trip to Calgary last week. I. O.O. F. Officers On Monday night; the following officers for the Diamond Lodge No. 71. were installed by F. Hamilton, D.D.G M. of Coalhnrst Lodge: J. P. G, A. Manning; N. C, T, James; V. G., J. Davis; Ree.-Sec, A. Bryant, P.G.; Treasurer, J. Green; Warden, W. Mc-Ilrov, P.O.; Conductor, T. Bonwick. P. G.; R. S. N. G., A. Manning; P. G., L. S. N. G.. B. Robinson, P. G.; R. S Sup., A. Georady; L. S. Sup., R Moltre; Chap., W. Kapky; R. S. V. G., J. Glfeen; L. S. V. G., J. Defriose; In^ ner Guard, T. Tiller, F.G.; Outer Guard T. Croft, P. G. The Social Club dances held every fortnight are proving better than ever. On Wednesday night last, a goodly number of the people of Commerce and district gathered together in the school hall, where a very enjoyable evening was spent. f3 ^4 ty AT 8.30 P.M. ADMISSION..........................35c DANCE AFTER IN S. 0. E. HALL 3^ ^m^amm^ &mw^m0* V * * * �> * * * CENTRALIZED CONTROL OF WAR SUPPLIES S Bijou Motor Parlors < * * ONTARIO HOCKEY SCORES * FIFTH STREET THE HOUSE OF SERVICE OUTH . LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. ? +1* +1* ? ? * the 0. Senior AL Hamilton-Hamilton 14; Preston CAN'T GET INSTRUCTORS Torontot-Jan. 15.-Difficulty Js being encountered by military headquarters in this district, it is understood, in securing enough returned officers and N. C. O.'s to train the men called to the colors under the Military Service Act. ? ? ? * Washington, Jan. 16.-Endorsement of centralized control for war supplies was given in a statement made public by the war committee of the United States council of defense today but none of the proposals now before congress, including one man responsibility was specifically supported. ********* * * ** * * * * * ? * ? * * * * * See our New 1918 All Weather Top (-1 Just - - -A rrived ill BAALIM MOTOR HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK. HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. ;