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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^SATjjRbAY, JANUARY Iff. 1918 THE LETHBRIDCfE -DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE 'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus 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 TaR, Canadian champion, In ten rounds nere last night. Talt showed flashes of form but was utterly lost at Inf'ghtlng, nt which Kansas gave him a sound trouncinc Talt was badly fussed up It the finish while Rocky finished With plenty to spare. This Is the first troui.clng Talt, the Canad Ian champion, has received for many a long day. It'ts understood that the articles of the �crap were so framed that the bout would not result m Talt losing his championship, which he did not care to defend or risk south of the '.me. Tait expects to leave Buffalo direct for Winnipeg immediately after this.,scrap, and should be in the western city In a few-days He. has a fight lined up for Winnipeg and nhen expects to leave for Letbbridge, and it Is quite within the bounds of possibility that he will bo seen in action here along about February 10. Just who his opponent will be Is not known, but he will be a good one. In Spirited Game-LetHbridgfe Loses Grand Challenge- Taber Taliies Walker Cup James Johnson tonight. Most of the curlers got away this evening and the remainder of thev isttors leave tomorrow. No finer lot of sportsmen could be found than the boys who took part In the Fernie Bonsplel of 1918, and they will all remember with uo regrets, tlie 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 ioUier^ time next year. (Speelal to the Herald) Parnie, Jan. J9.-The last day of the most successful bonsplel 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,-^hii8 iUftiiig' the clip,, from Letb-bridge baclc to Fernie. McN^b had woii ,tb{s;.ticb^Uy. from. Kastner at Xieth|t>ridge la^t; year, and Kastner played in'^Baldry's rink today when ba woa^ Jt Jback'.ffoin n most worthy -con-teatajfj.',. J. [t'j,,C Th�':'Ma8ra(h trophy contest riar rowed down, to a strictly Fernie fight \ to the finish between R. M. Young and Herchme'r, and though HorcUmer was game to the end he had to die fighting. Young boiug too young tor him. This trophy remains to keep company wlth^ the Grand Challenge Oup for another year. ( Kirkham, ot Lethbrldgo, won the Trltea-Wood cup from Sftewart ot Maoleod, In a spirited game in wbiclt Stewart looked like a winner until neir'.the finish, which however, Is where looking like a winner counts. The fine Walker Cup Trophy wont to-Henderson ot Taber,^4gatnBt Stewart of Mkcleod, late this evening, a(-tpr.a.hard tight on rather bad icife. ''.iStewart won the Macleod cup from HOPPC BARRED FROM OOLf ) '-- Inauranee Companlea Contend That Billiard Champion Might Injure HIa Arm Willie Hoppe likes to play baseball, but he had to abandon that amusing but somewhat dan^erpus sport a number of years ago. He likes golf as o recreation, but the Insurance com; panles that guarantee the condition of his fingers and his ability to cori tinue with his hllUard exhibitions won't let him play. Not ao many years, ago WllJlo would drop anything to play baseball with the boys. But his ovn good sense told him that a billiard star couldn't afford to be taking chances of crippling his fingers for lite. So Willie turned to golf and was lust getting nic()Iy into\hi8 stride when word came from the Insurance com' pany that he must stop. "It,'8 just this way," said llopp^ "the insurance people told mo that l' was taking a chanc* of injuring my arm./ I am insured up to $100,000 and they put a stop to that sport. I was sorry, ^oo, because I enjoyed golf and consider it a great gama.", Two new Union Bank ^directors are A. Hitchcock, Moose Jaw, and W. H. Malklo, Vancouver. . Dear Editor:- 1 went in From this here Ciiln I    To the city yesterday  * An' hanged it I'll ever .    Go again.    I got a grudge    Against that there town    Ot Lethbrldgo,    For a Guy    Soaked me Eight dels * *    For a bottle    Of near booze. And then I slipped On the sidewalk Near Wrlghfa * * And bust the bottle And cut my pant's * And then a fly cop *  �  Wanted to pinch me For having booze , 1^ Is getting the most value for every dollar spent. .'CoR^s in and look over these second h^d car '''"barjjajiis: |^ ' �'' V Chabiert, 1917 louiww . ... ^ $1^00.00 / I: Elgjli^, ISin, 3-i^iat. RMidfter.......$900.00 ,: i^wraa91STbflriBt 7........... I27$.00' In a public pface And I sez; "I ain't got No booze" And he said: , "Well* you had"  *  And I aez:   * * "Well that's different, o �  And the place ain't public.'-   � And then he tried � * * To tell mo -    The booze �  � Wag an accessory After the fact  * � But I wouldn't Stand for it   4 Because I was soaked  * � By the boozo alreivily � � � And I didn't want * *  To bo soaked *  � By Judge KUon � * � Again �  * , For booze 1 hadn't huil, �   �� Sp I told the cop * ,   He could have the booze, * * * That I was goin, Jionie And he sez: "Wliere'b home?" And I aez: "Chin"- And he laughed, And I got. sore Cause Chin's home '.  *  . To me Even it the. name \ D � � Does speak for itself. .... �  * So Mr. Editor " I'll stay in Chin Andiget It like the reit Bistfi'le'hy bbitla ' ' Of Chlnner's poetry;  ,* * Can the Kaiser � , � � Tin the Tent,  ..* * Pickle the Prussian  . � Brine the Brute. FRED FUtlON HAS (coktinukd fiiom FkoN'' FaGEI Long List of knockouts to tlis Credit-Beat Some Good Ones Seventy-two members attended meetings during the year, and the council had an average attendance ot 10. One member attended 24 meetings out of the 25; 1-23; 1-21; 1-19; 2-18; 1-16; 1-15; 2-14; 4-ll; 2-10; 3-8; 2-7; 3-6; 2-5; 4-4; 5-3; 7-2; 30-1. Finance The plan adopted tor raising finances proved very successful, and IE a similar iPturn is made for 1918 the financial end ot the board's' work will be assured. Correspondence Of a general character has been heavy during the year, many enquiries being received from Eastern Canada, the Western and Eastern States, and also from soldiers convalescing In the Old Country. The Water Conference also entailed an extra amount of mailing of publicity matter. General As the work of the Board of Trade 1 Is primarily concerned with the gen- Fred Fulton may not be the greatest llvbg heavyweight, and there may be some reason for criticizing one or two ieral Interests of the city and surround- 1 rd. of his. tights, but; tor all, that he has the most- remarkjiblo. K.O. record credited to any heavryweight with title pretensions since Jeffries' tinio. A glance at his record lor the last three years shows this: Stanley Klosby .... K-...... .,K ...... .jExb .... . rK ...... ..K ...... . .No dec. ..K...... ..K ...... ..K ...... ..K ...... ..W ..... ..K ....... ..K 5 rds. . 4 rds. . 4 rds. .20 rds. . 2 rds. . 9 rds. dec.. .10 rds. 1 rd. Jack Mbran Jess WlUard .., 3111 Clark...... Frank Farmer Arthur Pelky . Tom Logan ... Arthur PelUy .. Andre Anderson Terry Kellar .., Porky Flynn ., Jim Flynn ..... Al Raich ...... Porky Flynn.......No Andre Anderson ..K Tom Cowlcr .......K........(J rd. Charlie Weingrt ...K........2 rds. Carl Morris .......L. F...... 5 rds. Sara Lahgford ----K........ 7 rds. Charlie Weinert .... W. F . ^... 2 rds. Porky Flynn ......K......... 4 rds. Ja:t!k Moran ......K ........ 3 rds, Carl Morris........W. F.......6 rds. Bob Devere ........K........ r> rds. Gunboat Smith ----K........ 7 rds. Bill Talt...........li. F...... 2 rds. Bill Talt ..........K........2 rds. / .Throwing out the "exhibition" with WlUard, there are 25 tights on the above list. Notice the uuniber of Ks, standing for knoiikouts, delivered by Fulton. ' , �� � Condensed his record reads like thia:' ' , Won,'with K.O.....�.,..............19 Won on fouls..................(2 Won decision -................. 1 No decision .----,. 1;............. 2 Lost on: fouls .................... 2 Of'the men Fuitoa knocked out quickly, Tim Logan ,ivas a tough bird who had taken many a hammering without being counted over. Porky Flynn was a skilled campaigner and a hard one to got in. four rounds. Two Ing districts it behooves all business, men whose interest^ are depenMen,t on tills co-opei-atlou to take an active part in the affairs of the board. It is hoped that the necessity of the merchants liaving to get logcthor to protect theinaelvcs in view ot reteiil. .los-islatlon will stimulato that soction In I the general welfare o� the board's ac-.,5 rds.  tlvlties and that the other members . 4 rda. i^-jn take heed and do Ukewiae. . 2 rds.' In conclusicjn 1 wish to thank tho . 6 rds. president, council and meiiibors tor .10 rds. their coiirtesy and their conaicleratloa . 2 rsd. auriug tJie past year. CHILDREN OF ANANIAS Ananias has been* dead about 2000 years, but his linealdescendants still live in the island of Cuba. They prepare exaggerated descriptions for use on boxes of "imported" cigars.-Superlative adjectives and glowing terms are their stock in trade. The DAVIS "NOBLEMEN" CIGAR . (2 for2Sc.)' ^ , is equal to the finest imported brands, yet the cost is half. All we claim for "NOBLEMEN" is that it is blended from the choicest Havana leaf by skilled workmen. An exaggerated description on a box of cigars is no more guarantee of quality than a tombstone inscription is a passport to Paradise. Look for "Quality" only and you will find the "NOBLEMEN" qgar. S. DAVIS & SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. 393 The li^eiail TiaJe sapplieJ Alncl from our "Dancouvcr and SVtnnfpeg IVarchoitscSt insuring prompt service and prime condiilon,^ Credit from bank note 2i0.00 Respectfully submitted, r .J. Russell Oliver, Secretary-Treasurer. Financial Report Receipts- v Bank balance Dec. 31, 1910.. ?101.61 Membership fees, 1917 ...... 2,587.50 .Miscellaneous receipts...... .75.50 CADDOCK TO MEET ZB'^SZKO Heavyweight Wrestlers to Clash For Big. Purse in N. Y. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 19.- Earl Caddock, the wrestler, who was hero last week, made the announcement that he had decided to accept the offer of the New York promoters for ft niatch with Zbyszko to be held on January 29, Caddock said he had recoiveU permission from his captalu at Camp Dodge for a leave of absence, and he liad no doubt but that the colonel of the regiment of which he is a member would'grant his cdnsoht, Caddock refused to state the terms offered by tho promoters, but he said they wore bettor than tho ?12,000 offered, by the Des MoInoB (Iowa) club. He al.so said Jack GuHey, ZUyszko'a manager, was satis-tied.  ' ?3,014.G4 Expenditures- jStRtitJurry and suprKlie.^!, (1916- :!0.10) ........I ........ ?200,S0 Postago........'........ ICO.OO Telegraphs and tolephnnos... lirj.U Salaries (1910- $75.00) l.^r.l.SU Publications ......- 48.40 Convention expenses (1918- 5150.00) ..........37C.00 Water conference .......... 118.50 Sundries................. -40.87 Notes rc-charged (incurred' � in 1916).............., 625.15 Bank balance, December, 31, ,  1917 ............ .,------. 167.08 $3,014.04 Balance Sheet December 31st, 1917 Assets- . . � ' Cash in bank............... $107.98 Cash on, hand .......2p.00 Arroars In uieinbTirship duos 130.00 ALEXANDER EXPECTED TO PLAY Pitcher Asked Deferred Classification -Supports Mother' and Brother, rouuds WHS quick ^word with-Jim :--- Flynn. Reich and Cowler were both [ Chicago, Jav. 19.-Grover Alexaur clever fellows. Weinert was a very" der, the.pitcher for whom the Chicago fast and clever boxer until Fulton Nationals paid $60,00(), along with his knocked all tho ambition out'of him, Ijattery mate. Catcher KiUlfer, told iU'two rounds, Carl Morris was so big that his bulk President Weeghman of the Clilcago club over the teleplione from Oninlm, overawed Willard a year, before wil-jNeb., today that ho was surprised tliat lard bfecaino champ(on;> a raasBive, i he had been placed in class 1 o� tlie � - $3i7,9S Liabilities Note due at bank.....^250.00 Balance ot assets over lia-" i bllities ........;........, ? G7..')S Ucspoctfuiiy submitted, J. Russell Oliver, �  Secretary-Treasurer. We,have audited the books ot the Lethbrldgo Board ot Trade for 'the year undod 31st pecember, 1917,' and beg to report that; the foregoing statement is in our opinion a true and correct one of tho affairs o� tlie Rourd -is at fhfit dato according to the books. Henderson, RoiiJ ami Patersoh,' - Chartered'Accountants.' The special finance committee ap-, pointed to carry on llio cnmpaisn for. rundB for tho coming year roportoil that to date $800 had' boon received in L'dsh and $200 in pledges. They also submitted the following report; To tho President'and Morobors of the Lutlibridgo Board o� 'I'rade; Your committee appointed for tho purpose of arranrcing tho finances o: tho I3oard'frjr 1!U,V have decided ni adopt llio bnsis arrived at for 1917 ot an assessment n'.n,,;us from $10 n> $C0, and further rccomiufmd that thi.i scheme be ma:io permanent. Assuming the, cily will as tormerlv. lake care of tlic expenses ot ffrlnting and cIrcj.ilal.inK the annual report your comraitleo have drawn up tho tollow-InK budget lor 1918, and recommeud it tor your approval: Secretary's salary, $125 per month .................$1,500,00 Stationery and postage ..... 500.00 Travoliing expenses and con- ^ tingencies...... ....... 465,00 Present liability to �bank, and  1 allowance to carry Board over end ot year if neces- ' , sary ... ............. 4O0;0O New typewriter........... 135.00, $3,000.00 The campaign now under way should result in sufficient being raised to. carry out tho necessary work^ of tho Board for 1918 If every one does their shaie, and yonr'comrai.tt'eo relyon all to 'co-oporate in, tliis regard.  > All of which is respectfully sub- same, ' awkward, clumsy, mnulins fighter. Gunboat Smltli was not being knocked out by other figbters. In selective draft. ,The former Phlladeiphia star, who Is unmarried, said he had aslted to be fact, he was fresh from outrflghtlngiplaced in,a detdrred classification.on Moran and Morris In 10-round houta. An torSam Langford, I � � a RAYMOND 79, SHELBY 18 -Vancouver, Jan, 48, - Leoi* Qook, hockey play�r last season 4> w.Uh the Spokane, club, )n the ^� ' ,P.Q,H,A.,. has heen signed hy  4 Vltncouver, Presite&t Patrick'  ' ainnounced today..'  . ' .......... >  4     it �   � � � � � � � � � The Raymond Basketball ' team went after tli'o y Shelby players with tlie same ven-gehnce as tito locals, trimming them to the tune 79-18.: The Shelby players were altogether too light and were,outclassed In combination plays and shoot-lug. ThoCRaymond Juniors defeated the Stirling Juniors; but no word has been received of the score. Stirling is lining up I two strong teams and will play off with the Lethbrldge-Bay-mond winners. mltted, U. B. Hoyt. , 'V 1 W..Shaw,  John Home, j' Committee, �: The board decided to hold council meetings twice a month during the year, or until, bettor arrangement,^-could be made.' Tho second and fourth 'raoi5day ot each month were chosen, , and the Tnoetings will bo held at tour ; p.m. Resolutibn.-3 -wore passed , by the meeting askiug the governments ,to give greater attention--to the pro-veutioii of forest tiroa and also' to tho hoalth of the province'. , ' Tho meeting received niyl enthusiastically adopted the most comprehensive nnil splendid annual address of President Marnoch. The ROYAL MAIL ROADSTER For those seeking a car of lightness, power, comfort and distinction the "Royal Mail" Roadster is aii ideal investment. ^ Call and ee it, we will be pleased to show it trtj|^ you. BAAUM MOTOR CQi ...... oufT i\:r "YT f :i HARRV;H0LMAN. Mgr.' JfoMEfOF THE qHEVROLET back OP UNION bAnK'- > ' HABS I M .,r..,V. 3448?925 ;