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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918 PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" - � - - - - - By G. McManus Tait Arrives for Last Bout of Season With Allison Clonic Tait, lightweight champion of the Dominion iirriveil in the city 1his morning for the last big boxing match of the winter season on Tlmrs-  �iry evening next. i Neal Allison and manager are ex-, CLONIE TAIT Who is here for his bout next Thurs day with Neal Allison, of Waterloo. peered to arrive toilay to give the fans a chance to lool: the Waterloo, Iowa, boy over before he steps into the ring. Willi the principals both on the job the fans will get busy sizing them up. CharMe Cave, .who has been working in Cardston is in town till after the bout and will help to put. the finishing touches on Allison. Charlie useil to work out. with Allison down in Chicago, and ho has a heap of confidence on 'lie hoy from across the line. "When Allison gets inaide that long left of Tail's watch out for action," is the hint Cave throws out. lie declares Allison carries a punch that would make middleweights envious. Cave knows for lie lias gone down he-fore if when sparring with the Iowa whirlwind. This is positively the last matched bout of the winter season. The hundreds of fans from the country, who after all are the ones who make the high class bouts possible- here, will be at work on the land .within the next three or four weeks. So this will lie the windup with the exception of the carnival to be staged by the Great. War Veterans some time near the end of the month. Plans for the carnival are under way now. Tait and Allison will indulge in public workouts for the fans between now and Wednesday night at the Alberta Buffet. CURLERS FROM TO GET CADILLAC Chalmers and Law Make Strong Bid For Mug But Lose By Three Points WAGES NOT CUT seventeen Out of 27 Players Will Receive More "Money Than Last Year /I POSSIBLE TO El Three rinks of Carmangay curlers invaded the city on Saturday. Two of the rinks, skipped by Ed. Law and Scotty Chalmers made a bold attempt to lift the Cadillac cup and carry it home, it looked like a win for the visitors up to the last end, but McNabb came along with a four-end, saving the situation. Chalmers was one up on Dune Duff, the other Lethbridge rink. The third rink from Carmangay skipped by Taylor, played a picked aggregation from Lethbridge skipped by Jack Reid, and were nosed out by two points. Following are the details: Carmangay A. Hollo H. H. Snyder U. O. McKay E. Chalmers Skip........ W. Chalmers A. V,. Quayle I'. Law Ed. Law-Skip ....... .1! .13 Lethbridge ,i. F. Simpson Donald Duff N. T. Nicholson Dune Duff Skip...... Dr. Gallivan Dick Andrews J. Marnoch D. D. McNabb Skip...... .IS Lethbridge____:>u Carmangay The third rink played as follows Carmangay E. 11. Messenger. . Geo. Francis W. C. Hamilton O. L. Taylor Skip..........10 Lethbridge .J. Levi D. McKenzie M. Freeman J. Heid Skip........12 BARONS INVINCIBLES IRE NOT STRONG Leacibfitt.er . . . I'll i:;i> 144- 424 Gene.ssner . . . . 111(1 115 154- 40". Wheeler .... . KM 111 1C9- 471 0. KuUedge .. . Mil 136 1 l.'i- 421 lversou .. .. . 110 148 1C5- 4S:J. 729 70(1 775-2210 Lethbridge topplers were victor the new Harons bowling alleys K; day night, the Invincible,-,' of the Jionalre town being off their game siderahly. llarons will play the: turn game here some tlmo during week. The scores were: Barons .. ..llri l.lil ICS- . . ICS 101. Ill - ... 12.9 ......- Leedy .. . Hatfield .. Kulpas .. . MeDitniels Stark .. .. .Moore .. . Dickson Shover . Irwin .. Sloan .. 181 170 122 104 1(14 7(17 77'.! Lethbridge . .. 149 142 ... 3 70 . .. i::� . .. i:i7 .. . 1711 13 ii-is :i- 142-770- s on mir-Mil-con-i re-tliis 422 171! 129 2(11 fifiS 47(1 2319 1K9 14!'. Kill 1 02 152- 142- 1C7- 143- 51(1 511 41 I. 4 7.1 17S 755 S05 820-23S9 While these games were being played another crew of Lethbridgo rollers went over to the old alleys and took on another Barons team, with the horrible result that, they could not maintain the city's reputation at all, at all. See the scores: 145 143 121 i:-l|i 90 There was no two-man match at the Dominion alleys Saturday night, as ! many of the howlers went to Barons. The sejiodule for this week is 'as follows: Monday - Needs and Freestone vs Williams and Jennings. Tuesday-Green and Clark vs Shover and Willetts. Wednesday-Evans and Smith vs Aird and Raymond, Thursday-Murray and Frey vs Mercer and Wallis. Friday-Irwin and De Manhey vs Dickson and Benton. Saturday--Uebersetzig and Sloan vs Liscombe and Millar. As the time is short to finish up the schedule, any team not having bowled a team bowling on a certain night, can come and have, a double-header arranged. Two and three games will have to be howled each evening to finish the schedule on time. 'The standing of the teams to date follows: Won Lost . 12 5 On Friday night last, McNabb and McLeod, holders of the Cadillac, successfully defended the cup against Nelson and Davidson, winning out by one point: McNabb....... 9 Nelson.......12 McLeod........10. Davidson.....G 19 IS The following donations for the bon-spiel were omitted from the published lists: Perry and Heid............. $15.00 Pathfinder Cigars ........... 15.00 Crystal Dairy................ 5.00 Needs .... De- Mavibey . Macbeth .. Ueborsotzig Seaman .. . 116 MS DO 150 12'.) 137- 1198 175- 4�6 118- 332 123- 412 SS- 307 till 633 041-191: Irwin and Do Manhey .. .Williams and Jennings .. i Murray and Frey .. .. I'ehersetzig and Sloan Needs and Freeslono . Green and Clark .. .. , Mercer and Wallis .... Willetts and Shover .. Dickson and Bentun . . Liscombe and .Millar .. Smith and Evans .. Aird and Raymond .. 9 10 in 11. 3 s s re 4 � 8 9 II 11 13 LOOK GOOD IN EAST Experiments are Costly and the Government says we must economize to win the war. MICHELIN TIRES and TUBES have stood the test for years. Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. Toronto, March 9.-The Globe sporting editor says: "When the Kitchener team, O. H. A. senior champions meet the champion Ypres team of Winnipeg the Manitoba representatives in the Allan cup final, the Ontario team will have no such walkover as they had against Fort Arthur. The games will be played in this city on Tuesday and Thursday nights of this week. "The very decisive manner in which the Winnipeg boys polished off the Saskatoon Quakers after the latter had disposed of Kegina indicates that the Ypres outfit is a mighty one. "Ontario lovers of hockey who have seen Ypres perform this season have brought back stories of the prowess of Kitchener's opponents which indicate that the huter must be at its best to win the round." Boston, March 11. �-Twenty-one of the 27 members r.f ihc lloston National league baseball c nib. who will begin spring training a' .Miami, Fla.. have sent in their Kipm-il contracts, and of tills number it was announced that 17 I will receive higher salaries than last! lear. j "Patrons of baseball are not con-! corned in the amount paid to players" , Percy D. Haughmn. president of the club, said, "but in view of all the talk, recently about wholesale slashing it is J only fair to sUii- that there have been no sweeping redm t ons such as a few players whoso demands are out of all reason would make it appear. Of our 27 players 17 wen- sent contracts that showed increa.-es over what they received last sea-.in. four will get the same pay as heretofore, while only six have been reduced in salary over their 1917 figures. "The six players who have not. signed know what U.n been offered them 1 and wc know in fairness to ourselves and to other men on the team that wo can not and will not offer Ihem any more, but I be! eve all w'U come into the family foil long before the team starts south. Boclio to Yankees New York. March 7.-The New-York American league baseball club completed it deal today which added Frank (Ping) Bodie to the team as an outfielder. Bodio was obtained from the Philadelphia Athletics in exchange for George Burns, first baseman of iho Detroit Americans, whom the local club purchased for cash in order to put the deal through. Philadelphia, March 7.-George Burns, who comes to the Philadelphia Athletics in exchange for "Ping" Bodie is subject to the national army draft. Connie Mack of the Athletics tonight said he did notk now whether Burns had been placed in class one under the now classification, but lie-did know that his draft number was "well back." Browns To Keep Hale The St. Louis Browns have called a halt on the deal by which Catcher George Hale was to have ben sent to Salt Lake. Since Hank Severeid is a holdout, even to tiie desperate point of threatening to enlist in the army at S30 a month unless he gets what he wants, the Browns may need catchers, so Hale will be retained until Manager Jones has assured himself of a catching siafC. Hale is not a bad catcher, by any means. Given regular work he might be a star. Sisler Not an Indoor Star George Sisler is coming in for a good deal of kidding following his recent exhibition during a game of indoor baseball at St. Louis. George simply was n flivver. He went to bat four times and fanned every time. He didn't even touch the ball for a foul. George acknowledges that he's no $50,000 prize as an indoor player. Barrow Has Two Jobs Edward Barrow at present seems to have a sort of double-barreled job, one being a leftover from his International league activities. Edward is now manager for Harry Frazee of the Boston Bed Sex, but is still in the business of hunting up players for Connie Mack, a job it seems he undertook when ho saw the Ints had been torpedoed. It is now said Unit the Athletics of 1918 will look like a composite picture of the best of the Ints. Edmonton-Assurance that the Provincial government will introduce legislation at this session to establish an income tax within the province was made by Hon. C. R. Mitcheli. provincial treasurer, during the discussion of charter amendments asked by .Medicine Hat before the municipal law committee of the house. The subject came up in the discussion of amendment No. 2, in which Medicine Hat city seeks to obtain the power to go back to the old system of assessing improvements as well as hind. The same clause also asks the, power to assess "incomes," and Mr. Mitchell suggested that this word be eliminated as the provincial government was considering bringing in legislation affecting taxation in general, including incomes. Mr. Mitchell said that as there already was a dominion income tax, to give the power to Medicine Hat to establish such a tax when the province also was considering something along this line, would make three taxes of this nature, which might bo confusing. It was learned that the reference. Mr. Mitchell made to income taxation by the province is the feature which the government, is considering in connection with raising the money for the $800,000 contribution to the patriotic fund. It is said that this income tax will not apply to wages ami salaries, but to "unearned income," that is to say, a tax against interest returns on investments. E EST HOCKEY YET Toronto, March 11.-Winnipeg Ypres team will have to show unparalleled hotkey to beat Kitchener for the Allan Cup, according to the Toronto sporting editors. BASKETERS GO TO Edmonton, March 10.-The public accounts of the province were placed upon the table of the house this afternoon. They show that the total receipts from general revenue for the year exceed the expenditure by $589,-45S, to which may be added the surplus of the telephone account of $175,-4S4, a total of $764,942. The income account shows that, the revenue for the year was $6,260,106, and the expenditure $6,752,502, leaving a deficit of $498,396. The leading items in the revenue were Dosainion subsidy $1,-589,075. school lands $32G,452, treasury $386,966, attorney-general's department $639,585, provincial secretary's department $S02,1CS. agricultural department $133,007, telephone department $1,190,-802, department of municipal affairs $772,440. On the expenditure- side of the account the largest item is for education with $1,169,167, next comes the telephone department with $1,039,S59, and the public debt with $1,029,382; public works was responsible for $681-007, and the administration of justice for $646,993; agriculture and statistics took ?396,61S, and dairy work $322,594, and civil government $583,496. Jersey neighbor, Camden, the dream of years, is approaching realization. Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey have approved plans for a mammoth suspension structure with the largest span in the world, to cost approximately $20,000,000 and in a few years what, is regarded as an invaluable connecting link between Eastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey may bo an accomplished fact. The great bridge will clear the channel at 152 feet at high water and th� suspension span will be 1,725 lee* from pier to pier, or 145 feet longar than the Williamsburg bridge ovsr the East River. Four railway tracha, two 40-foot roadways and two twelee-foot, promenades will furnish accommodations for all classes of travek I LARGEST SPAN IN THE WORLD Bridge Connecting Philadelphia and Camden to Cost $20,000,000 EQUALS WORLD'S RECORD Philadelphia, Penna., March 9.- A world's record was equalled at the Meadowbrook Club indoor athletic meet here last night when C. It. Erd-man Of Princeton University, won the 45 yards high hurdles handicap from scratch in six seconds flat. DUNDEE GOT DECISION Philadelphia, March 10.--Johnny Dundee, of New York, was given the popular decision over George Clianey of Baltimore, in their six-round bout here last night. Dundee had the better of all rounds except the first and sixth which were even. ASHDDOWN'S WHOLESALE DESTROYED Saskatoon, Sa.sk., March 10.- The J. II. Ashdown Company's wholesale hardware, was totally destroyed by fire today. The loss on the building and stock will be $600,000, fell covered by insurance. The Lethbridge and Raymond basketball teams have arranged to play a series of home and home exhibition games. Lethbridge goes to Raymond tonight for the first game, Raymond returning the early part of next, week. The games will be strictly exhibition and will have absolutely no bearing on the Southern Alberta championship. The. friendly rivalry which lias ever existed between the two teams makes eacli team desire to have a crack once more at the other. A good game is always absolutely assured when Raymond and Lethbridge clash on the basketball floor. Stirling play Raymond at Raymond on Wednesday of this week. Philadelphia.-The bridge over the broad Delaware river, connecting Philadelphia with her thriving New Alberta Buffet and Grill 411 Fifth St. S. Opposite ORPHEUM THEATRE BOXING MAJESTIC THEATRE LETHBRIDGE ^ Next Thursday I MAR. 14th 1 MAIN EVENT C > > > ? > > *> i' > > *> * KITCHENER THE FAVORITE ? Still at the Old Stand EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN STRICTLY WHITE HELP GEO. ADDI80N - PROP. Phone 182*� 10 - ROUNDS - 10 CLONIE TAIT Lightweight Champion of Canada ve. ,^M,^ NEAL ALLISON Of Waterloo, lows GOOD PRELIMINARIES PRICES Ringside ................ 92.50 Main Floor........ 12.00, $1.50 Balcony.....$2.00, $1.50, $1.00 Seats Now Selling at Alexandra: Hotel Cigar Stand, Lethbridge Hotel Office and Alberta Buffet. ? Toronto, Mar. 11-The Win-> nipeg Ypres team, Allan Cup > challengers, expected to arrive ? hero last night, are delayed en route and are now looked for ? (his afternoon. The first game ? will be played tomorrow night. ? Kitchener is 7 to 5 favorite ; here. c ? > > > > > $ Veedol Veedol OH is Pure Pennsylvania Oil. We buy It by the carload to Insure our customers the lowest possible price. There is no better oil made. It will go one-third farther than ordinary oil. it will save you many dollars In repair bills. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY H01.MAN, Mgr. PROF. P. J. BARRY BARONS, ALBERTA March 1st, 191S. ' We, the undersigned, wish to testify that Prof. Barry's course of instruction in horse Training is all and more than it is advertised to be, the first lesson in our opinion being worth the amount he charges for his full course. The term or expression Horse Breaking may and often does convey the idea that harsh or brutal treatment ia necessary la the subduing of "horses, but Prof. Barry'B system would commend itself to any humanitarian or member of the S. S. P. C. A,, as he emphasizes the importance of kindness in all his lessona. In conslusion we may say that Prof. Barry's system is a triumph of trained human intelligence over the animal mind, and is ot inestimable value to any one whose work or occupation makes it necessary for them to handle horses. Signed: Alexander MacLean, Alex. Webster, William MacLean, Joseph A. Mackay, William Clark, G. N. Annable, W. Curie, Othemer D. Jones. - ' r r 74-� 53011?84 ;