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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1918 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGfc THRIVE ***** r^m _ i "BRINGING UP FATHER" y G. M c tanus WELL THE I�s *EMW - *OV* TO Aftf**N AMON� THE m 4 #  * WHEN �b*A*T .THE TAKE JONE*> OUT TO 7 3� �Iff* li 1/ J'L -1' . I it tie./ r*' - 4 5 * i ' d i hi.. 'J i' � � t* I r r WHERE AR 'IT.' 1 ^ rd 1, , in* 37 OUT TO SUPPER 4 * r J 01 r 1" **1 ' x 1 LI .Hi 'a f P J]il"ivi^ + t ---- Tait Gets Sound Trouncing Rocky Kansas Was Too Fast Champion Badly Mussed Up � Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 19.-Rocky Kansas, of ^Buffalo, won all the way from Clonic Tail, Canadian champion, in ten rounds nere last night. Tait showed flashes of form but was utterly lost at inf'gMing, at which Kansas gave him a sound trouncing- Tait was badly fussed up at the finish while Rocky finished with plenty to spare. This is the first troui.cing Tait, the Canadian champion, has received for many a long day. It is understood that the articles of the scrap were so framed that the bout would not result in Tait losing his championship, which he did not care to defend or risk south of the hne. Tait expects to leave Buffalo direct for Winnipeg immediately after this scrap, and should be in tho western city in a few days. He has a fight lined up for Winnipeg and then expects to leave for Lethbridge, and it is quite within the bounds of possibility that he will be seen in action here along about February 10. Just who his opponent will be la not known, but he will be a good one. In Spirited Game-LetKbridge ' Loses Grand Challenge Taber Takes Walker Cup j James Johnson tonight. Most of the ' curlers got away this evening and the remainder of thev tailors leave tomorrow. No finer lot of sportsmen could be found than the boys who took part in the Fernle Bonspiel of 1918, and they will all remember with no regrets, the good time they passed in a .week's sports, marred by not a single untoward incident. They will carry away with them a fine lot of jewelry, along with the prize cups to remind them of the good time they had. May they all live to enjoy a jollier^ time next year. (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Jan. 19,-The last day of the most successful bousp'el ever held in Fernie, was one of exciting interest, though the condition of the ice was not what good curlers would have wished for. In the Grand Challenge Cup competition, Baldrey won out from Mc-Nab, thus lifting the cup from Leth-bridge back to Fernie. McNab had won this trophy from Kastner at Lethbridge last year, and Kastner played in Baldry's rink today when he won it back from a most worthy contestant. Tho Magrath trophy contest nar- i rowed down to a strictly Fernie fight I Stanley Klosby ____K........ 1 rd. Jack Moran ........K ........5 rds. Jess Willard.....iVZxb ......'4 rds J3i!l ClarK.........:K ........2 rds The. fyeiail Trade supplied direct from our rCar:cJi:Vcr awt Winnipeg Warehouses, insuring prampl service ar.:i prime condition. 1 Frank Farmer Arthur Pelky Tom Logan .. Arthur Pelky . Andre Anderson Terry Kellar .. Porky Flynn . Jim PIvnn Al Reich Porky Flynn Andre Anderson . .K . .. K .. .K Carl Morris .......L. .K ........ i; rds. .No dec.. .1.0 rds. .K ........ a .K ........ 5 K ........ 4 .K * * *  4 * 4 * * 4 rad. rds. rds. 1 rds. .20 rds. t * * * * 4 .K .K .No * * fr * dec. * � * i Tom Cowlcr . -. ! Charlie WeJnsrt 4 I F - rds. 9 rds. 10 rds. 1 rd. | a rd. 1 2 rdy. f� rds. rds. islation will siinmlato t'i>.ii ion in the generni weii'anj of the board's nativities and tint the other members will take Im-.tJ and do likov.-i.-p. In conclusion 1 v, i.;h t/> rit.mk the* president, council and members :\>r their courtesy and liidr oon^b'rjitk,ii during the past year. Respectfully submitted. J. Russell Oliver, Secretary-Treasurer. Financial Report Receipts- Bank balance Dec. 31, int.. Membership fees. IH'I 7 Miscellaneous receipts 1 Credit I'runi b:;.ik nolo ?:i,oi -\xa E w 1 � w + , �-- ---------- .:v. -.\ ;if. for 191 7 ��*�; ). :.: from .$ 10 ;� r.;:n:;H'!;;I that (hi � "1'I'i.UHUU. v will as rormf'Wv 4 * Slul.iU 0 ;1: os Sam Langford ----K ........ 7 . Charlie Weiuort----W. F..... 2 rds. Porky Flynn ......K ........ 4 rds. Jack Moran ......K ........ 3 rds. Carl Morris........W. F...... .6 rds. Boh Devere ........K ........ fi rds. Gunboat Smith ----K ........ 7 rds. CADDOCK TO MEET ZBYSZKO Heavyweight Wrestlers to Clash For Big Purse in N. Y. Sahiries l ll'lii- 77..n'i) I-uhlications....... Convention expenses $l.j(l.t.i0) .......... Sundries ' Notes rc-chan;cd t iiu-.urred in l.tlli) .............. Hank balance. Ueeember ;il, UU7 ..........,........ u aicr coniercnco * * * * * Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 1(J.- Karl Caddock, tho wrestler, who was here last week, made the annonnce-Bill Tait...........u F...... 2 rds. i ment that he had decided to accept Bill Tait ..........K........2 rds. Throwing out the "exhibition" with Willard, there are 25 fights on (ho above list. Notice the uunjiber of Ks, standing for knockouts, delivered by Fulton. Condensed his record reads like this: the offer of the New York promoters for a match with Kbyszko to be held on January l'9. Caddock said he had rccoivod permission from his captain at Camp Dodge for a leave of absence, and lie had no doubt but that the roknH of the regiment of which ho is a momhor $:;.oi-u;4 Balance Sheet December 31st, 1017 Assets- Cash in bank............... Ca.sh ou .............. Arrears in membrrship dues 2S0.00 purpose of arr;i::::i'^ th;> finances F the Ko;M"d adopt tlif b an a.-se.",-;.!';-,!. r. aud i';iv::i-r �>' j Asrin:ni:)v,1 ike r 11' ! ' L:t3ie e.re >�)' '!ie *:;i�nses of printm-V l.J'n .^'! ; rr.ul fircuiaMi'.;;- ti;t- annual repnrr. y;uir 4^.4... : �.'oi;i!ui;ioe luivn drawn up tho follow- in�" budget i' .; i:>18, and recuuimcn.l 37G.'J!.� | it fur your approval: jin.."," j geeroun'v'd salary, $125 per �in.S7 i nionth .................$1,500.0^ SluiidMi"�!>* and postage..... 500.00 Travelling; expenses and contingencies ............. 40S.OO Present liability to bank, and allowance to carry Board over end of year if necessary ................. 400.00 New typewriter ............ 135.0 0 1H7.DS $ HIT.OS -O.oo i no.ou s Liabii itie Note due at bank .... Hal?nee of assets over liabilities ................. Respectfully submitted, .1. Russell Oliver, I Secretary-Treasurer, j We have audited the books of the ! fjethbridge Hoard of Trade tor the [ rear ended ,')!-si; Deeembor, 1!'17, and I $.^.000.00 The eainpaijA'ti ik�v.* under way should result in sufficient being raised to , ,iiS | CjU-ry out the necessary work of tho | Hoard for if every one does their :k>'..\m) | share, and your committee rely on all Mo co-operate in thin regard. $ dT.liS j All of which is respectfully sub ! would grant his consent. Caddock re-Won with K.0.....................19 ' fused to state the terms offered by the Won on foals ..................!U � promoters, but he said they were bet-Won decision .....t............. 'J  tor than the $12,000 offered by the Das No decision..................... 2 Moines (Iowa) club. He also said Jack Lost- on fouls .................... 2 Curley. ZbVszko's manager, was saiis- Of the men Futtou knocked out 'i^d. quicklv, I'im Logun was a tough bird! "-----------� who had taken many a hammering ; ALEXANDER EXPECTED TO PLAY j at that (late according to the books. without being counted over. Policy j --- i Henderson. Roid a ml Pai^vson. Flynn was a skilled campaigner and a > Pitcher Asked Deferred Classification! Chartered Accountants, hard one to get in four rounds. Two' -Supports Mother and Brother. ' Tho special finance commute \ mitto'J, It. U. iloyt, W. Shaw, John Homo. Committee. The board decided to hold council jeg to report that the foregoing state- j meetings twice u month during tho ncnt is iti our ay'mion a true and cor- i year, or until better arrangements i ect one of the a/fnii*s of the P.o - rd -js rounds was quick wovd with .) ini Flynn. Reich and C'owler were, botli clever fellows. Weinert was a very fast and clever boxer until Fulton knocked all tho ambition out of him in two rounds. Carl Morris was ao big that his bulk overawed Willard a year before Willard became champion; v a massive, game, awkward, clumsy, mauling (lighter. Gunboat Smith was not being knocked out by other fighters. In fact, he was fresh from out-fighting Moran and MorrlB In 10-round bouts. As for Sam Langford, Fulton beat him I his aged mother and a brother, but Chicago. Jan. 19,-Grover Alexander, the pitcher for whom the Chicago Nationals paid SnO.nOO, along with his battery mate, Catcher Killifer, told President Weeghman of the Chicago club over the telephone from Omaha. Neb., today that ho was surprised that he had been placed in class 1 of the selective draft. .The former Philadelphia star, who ia unmarried, .said he had asked to be placed in a deferred classification on the ground that he was the support of 'pointed to carry on the c.impaign tor inuis for the /'oming yi\ir reported .hat ro date $S0() had been roce'ved in 'ash and $200 in pledges. They also mbmitted the following report: To the President and Members of the Lethbridgo Hoard of Trade: Your committee appointed tor could be made. The .second and fourth Tuesday ei each monih were choPeJi, and tim meetings will be held at four p.m. Resolutions -were passed by the, ineciing asking the governments to give greaier attontiou to the pre-yen'ion of fore.-U fire� and also to the health of the province. The nKeCng received 'and enthusiastically adopted the most comprehon-j �ive and splendid annual address of tho President Marnoch. so that he refused to leave his chair when the bell rang for the seventh round-a technical knockout, as it was the referee's duty to count over him under these circumstances. This was the best piece of work on Fulton's list. Langford has shown' his condition by j since knocking out that new black star, Kid Norfolk. , that his request was denied. * * > * RAYMOND 79, SHELBY 18 LEO COOK SIGNS WITH VANCOUVER ? ? r Vancouver, Jan. 18. - Leo Cook, hockey player last season with the Spokane club, in the P.C.H.A., has been signed by Vancouver, President Patrick announced today. The Raymond Basketball team went after tho Shelby players with the same vengeance as the locals, trimming them to the tune 70-18. The Shelby players were altogether too light and were outclassed in combination plays and shooting. The Raymond juniors defeated the Stirling juniors, but no word has been received of the score. Stirling is lining up two strong teams and will play off with the Lethbridge-Ray-mond winners. .*. The ROADSTER For those seeking a car of lightness, power, comfort and distinction the "Royal Mail" Roadster is an ideal investment. Call and see it, we will be pleased to show it to ! V you BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF'THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLM AN, M 1434 44186269 ;