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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'the lethbridge } daily HErM �. ' ' ' ^ \' '> " tHURSDA thursday,, march 11, 1918 IP ^'MlNGING UP ;FATHER 1 ' ISHOWSINGOODF MILL 11 BE ER Never h�* there been the "fanning" among the multitude of r(ng roilowara in thia city a* haa been:th� eaa* aince Clonie Talt blew In eh Tueaday afternoon for hit 10 round bout torjlght with Neal Alliaon, the 133-pound champion of Iowa. For Tait, the Canadian champ, haa givon'the bugs, the aurpriae of thetr Uvea, by hia unprecqdentad improvement since hit', bout hero with Jacic Whitey laat fall.and whora.^b^ore-hit arrival, Allisen: tppearedno beand .Evans, the Mriniiers bowling a"-great gamo. Raymond was high single with 190 and Alrd blgh total (With 5^4. WUletts ondShoverNtook Millar aud Llscompe-Intoigamp twoout o=a57' 350 DeManbey .. .,7?114 IT.S Irwin......'. 212 204 1asketball bugs will have a ehanee to; tee tome more real action Friday niflht, when Raymerid^ and siirllng will ttage their j^lay-off game en the local floor. There hat net batn a good gamo placed h[ere^ for a long time and tome of the fans have been pining for anothtr eentctt. It will b� a lift and ^tath fitruBQl* whan thete two team's olath for the docid-ing game, iind the faot that each I team hat won a'^ga'me apiece and have ever been the koonttt rivalt. It atturing c|nough that it will be one of the bett battletevcr ttagcd in Lethbridge, ; ! For an additional attraction the Taber team is being Imported to play againtt Raymond't fatt ttc-ond'team. Thitv ought to be a' good enough, xhlbition in ittelf nd it looks as If Friday night will see all the Southern Alberta teams In action *at one*. A general good time Jo planned '*for the visiting, and a big dance will be held Immediately after the gamat. CUBSQOaOUtH .'Chicago, MAr. i2.^Thj^r' Oh Icago Nationals left: lii^o in'' ,lAvo; .spoclal cars tonight' for the spring training camp at Pasadena, Cal. There was.a'^ ruph of hold outs to sign their contracts and all players with' the excep-,tl6n of Gro'ver Alexander and Peter ]^Ilduff, an iiifielder, came .to termS , Alexander advised,, President Weeghman that he would Join the, club at Kansas City* tomorrow. Kilduff also will ioln the iSnrty at Kansas' City., ,, � � Manager Fred Mitchell la confident he can aatlstyytlio deniands of Alexander, who wants a $10,000 bonus for his transfer from Philadelphia.. Jacksonville, F*la., Mar. 13.---When asked today whether an-iatfer of 1120,-000 had been made from New Orleans, to stage the proposed' Wlllard-Fulton championship bout in that eity, Jees Wlllard said he knew nothing of any such offer. Wlllard said he expected to hear of.on agreement from Kansas City tomorrow. MBHNBIG iUbertat Buffet , and Grill � 41^ Fifth 8t; 8. Opposite ORPHEUM THEATRE StiU at the Old SUnd EVERYTHING FRE8H AND CLEAN TRICTLY' WHITE HELP GEO. ADDISON - PROP. Phono 1827 376-1042 _.. il04- 888 149,. 160- 497 wiiiet\� 118 8h6v�r....... 179 286 130 ;St. .Louit, Mar. 14__Fred Ful- ' ton, heavyweight' fighter and his manager, Mike Collint, left here Vi.St night for Kansas City, where they expect to tign for a championship bout between JtttiWIII-' rd. and Fulton on J.ulx/'4. '-Ttlo-gra'ms to Collint from J. C. Miliar, .and often does '/conve'y Che Idea that harsh or. brutal treatment Is neopssary In . the Bijbjduipg of. bor^ps/ but Prof: Barry's syitem would command' Itself to any humanltariah or member of the'S. 8. P.' C. A, 4a be �ipphaRlxes the importance of'kindness, In all hit lessons. In conelusion yrt may say that Prb(,,Barry's-Byatem is a triiimph > of. trained ^humanlnt^Uigonde over'llie animal, mind, nhd is of in^Dtlmnble value, to any on^ whose work or occupation maketi ^ it necessary for them to handle horaes. s Signer Alexani^^^ Alex. Webster,. W^^^ A. Mackay, William CUrkVG,'N. Annate, W-' Curie, Othemer P. Jones. 28 4936 519972546673 64527?54 ;