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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918 THE LETHBRinOE DAILY HERALD PAGETHnEB " BR IN GIN G U P PATH E R" rr (--i; ;>t' By G. McManus ^ET A UON- TAMER  Tait Arrives for Last Bout of Season With Allison Clonic Tait, lightweight oiiamplon pected to nrrivo today to give the tans of the Donilnlon arrived In the clly ; n chnnco to look the Waterloo, Town, ......'"'""boy ovei- boforo ho'steps Into the ring. With tho principals both on the job llie fans -will get busy sizing them ). Cliarlie Cave, .who has been working CURLERS FROM TO G[I CMLAC Chalmers and Law Make Strong Bid For Mug But Lose By Three Points this morning tor tho last big boxing match ot tho winter season on Thursday evening liext. Noal Allison �im\ manager are ox CLONIE.TAIT Who Is here for his bout next.Thurs tiny with Neal Allison, of Waterloo. WAGES NOT CUT Seventeen Out of 27 Players Will Receive More Money Than Last Year Three rinks of Carmangay curlers Invaded tho city on Sattirciay. Two of tho rinks, .skipped by Ed. Law and Scotty Chalmers made a bold attempt to lift the Cadillac cup and carry It � � V". ' . � . 1. mi .1 ��,, homo. It looked like a win for the vls-m Cardston s In town tUl after the i^^^^ , ^^,3 j^^^ ^ ^ McNabb bout and will help to Put the finish-i ^.^^^^ ^^^^ four-end, saving the ing touches on Allison. Charlie use I.  � to work out with AlUson down in Chi- y^,,^ ^^e other Lethbrldge rink, cago and ho has a heap of confidence , ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ Carmangay on the boy from across the line ! skipped by Taylor, played a picked ag- ^^'i"'^"^ fi' ""^','�"S;gregatl points. left - _______ . . Is the hint Cave throws out.. He declares Allison canies a punch that; carmangay would make middlewolghts envious.  ^. j^^jlg Cave knows for he has gone down be-jj^; i3_ gnyder " d! o. McKay E. Chalmers klf)....... W^ Chalmer.'i i Ed. Law Skip..........13 foro It when sparring with the Iowa whirlwind. This Is positively the last matched bout ot the winter season. The hundreds ot tans from the countr>', who ' y',^"""''^;'"' after all are the ones who make the ^- f'- ^iu^yo high class bouts possible here, will  be at work on the land .within the next three or four weeks. So this will be the wlndup with tho exception ot tho carnival to be staged by the Great War Veterans some time near tho ond ot the month. Plans for the carnival are under way now. Tait and AUIson will indulge in public workouts for the fans between now and Wednesday night at the Alberta Buffet. Following are the details: Lethbrldge J. F. Simpson , Donald Duff N. T. Nicholson Dune Duft ^ l-l Skip........IS Dr. Gallivan Dick Andrews J. Marnoch D. D. McNabb Skip 17 Lethbrldge topplers wore victors on the new Barons bowling alleys Saturday nlglit. tUo Invlnclblos ot the Millionaire town being oft their gamo considerably. Barons will play the return gamo hero �ome time during this week. Tho scores were: Barons Leedy........119 135 IGS- 422 Hatfield...... 1G8 ICl 114- 47,S Kulpas .. ..----129......- 129 McDanlels........ 122 139- 2()1 Stark........ 181 194 183- 558 Moore . ...... 170 .1(14 142- 47G 767 776 Lethbrldge Dlckijon...... 149 Shover_____... 170 ! Irwin........ 12fi '9.-The Globe .sporting editor says: "When the Kitchener team, O. H A. senior champions meet tho cham plpn Ypres team  of WInnipe'g the Manitoba representatives in tho Allan cup final, the Ontario team will have no such walkover as they had against Fo,rt Arthur. The games will be play ed In this city on Tuesday and Thurs day nights ot this week. "The very decisive manner In which the Wlr^nlpog boys polished oft the Saskatoon Quakers after the latter had disposed of Keglna indicates that the Ypres outfit is a mighty one. "Ontario lovers pt hockey who have seen Ypres perform this season have brought back stories of tho prowess ot Kitchener's opponents which indicate that the hitter must be jit its beet to win tho round." Experiments and the Government says we must economize to win the war. MICHELINJIRES and TUBES have stood the test for years. Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH ... LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. EQUALS WORLD'S RECORD Philadelphia, Penna., March 9.- A woHd's record was - equalled at the (Meado^^'brook, Club Indoor athletic meet here last night when C. U. Erd man Of Princeton University, won tho 45. yards high hurdles handicap trom scratch in six seconds flat. DUNDEE GOT DECISION Philadelphia, March 10.-Johnny Dundee, of New York, was given the popular decision over George Chftney ot Baltimore, in their six-round bout here last night. Dundee had the bet tor of all rounds except tho first and sixth which were even. ' ASHDOOWN'S WHOLESALE DESTROYED Saskatoon, Sask., M8,vch' 10,-,^Tho 3. H, Ashdown Company'.a 'wholesale hardware, was totally destroyed tiro ^oday. Tlie loss on the buJldJjig una stock will be $600,000, fiiH coV ored by luaurance. . Boston, March 11.-Twenty-one of the 27 members of the Boston National league baseball clnli, who will begin spring training .it Miami, Fla., have sent in their bIkiioiI contracts, and of this number It wn.s announced that 17 will receive higliLT salaries than last lear. "Patrons of baaeball are not con corned in the amounts paid to players" Percy D. Haughton. president ot the club, said, "but in view of all the talk ' recently about wholesale slashing it is only fair to staLo lliat there have been no sweeping roiluctions such as a few players whose demands arc out of all reason would make it appear. Ot our 27 players' 17 wen- sent contracts that showed- increa.scs over what they received last sea,s(Mi, tour will get the same pay as heretofore, while only six have been reduced In saUiry over their 1917 figures.' "Tho six players who have not-signed know ^44'''^�v, tt^o term or expression Horse Breaking may and often doea ' ; convey the idea that harsh or brutal treatment is necessary la the subduing of'horses, but Prof, Barry's system would com* mend itself to any humanitarian or member ot the S. S. P. O. A., � aa be emphasizee the, importance of kindness In .all bis lesaona.^ In conslusion we may {lay that Prof. Barry's system Is a triumph^ " ot trained human Intelligence over the animal iiiind, and lad/'i Inestimable value to any one whose woric or oocupatloa makag^ It necessary for them to handle horses, ; ^ Signed: Alexander Maclean, Alex. Webster* William Maclean^ Joseph A. Mackay, WiUiam > , Clark, G. N. Annable, W. Curie, OthemerDi Jones." > 01383935 ;