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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1917 THE. LRTHBR1DGE DAltT HERALD PAGR THREE I 'BRINGING UP FATHER" >y G. McManus WHAT DON'T 41VE ME. ft OOLUW? AN' HAVF A REA.L Or TO 4WE VOU Kin 1 HANE A UTTLE MONE.-C? OOCHT TO LET UTtLE TOOK OOT OF HVt> POCKET Harry Hein vs. Anderson; Wrestling Bout on Tonight "lam aolnfl to'meet Jack Tay- lor before I quit and 1U up to mo to beat Hclfi wld Wal- ter this morning In spMklng of hit chancei In to- night match it the Majesllo theatre. "I think 1 can do It to. I know I'm In condition." In better-shape In my life" the way Harry .Heln described Mi condition. "I expect to put Anderaon away In two fallt. I have mot more good onea than Anderaon and L know game better. a better man than j lake him for If he Then you have It, the opinion -the two conteitanti In Ttlght'a mat itrunle, which will reopen the game here after four Follower! of the ring 'haven't seen a match for so Jong that they have forgotten some of the finer points of the game but they are going to be on deck to- night to brush up. Many follow- eri from outside points are com- ing In for the match. Barons eipeclally will have a blq crowd of supported on deck to give Kaln, who lived there during the fall, their support. The start at fl.30 when Kfd Kennedy and Gus Spero clath in a three round box- ing bout. boys have been waiting for a'chance to get Into the ring together. The main bout will atart about nine o'clock and if the men are evenly matched a! Indications would point they will be In'the ring a long time before the battle b de- cided. lamillon Man Looks Like (he First Victim in the East MELIKEIYTO There Is every reason to believe lhat Harvard and Yale will meot on the grldlroD this Tall despite (he many assertions Uial them, would be no game, bctnccn the I wo universities, says the Philadelphia Ledger. There Is a growing demand among the alutu MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT CATCH-AS CATCK-CAN (From Our Own correspondent) Pincher Creek, Ocl. The school loard mot rc-r ilicii regular meeting nl or both coP.eges that such a contest On Tuesday nlghl of last week wltli I be arranged, the fad that each iusll-1 Dr. J. J. Gilleaple, II. Jackson, H.' tiition Is playing au informal eleven Henderson, and W. A. lloas present uct being considered. A contest be-1 There vras considerable business on 11 The Hamilton Herald last Saturday lad Ihls lo say about a possible meet- between Pete-Scott and Clonie Tail, who dec.-.n't know whether lo go east or maltc a lour of Ihe West. Tail las made the local club a'couple of otters since ho clashed with Wliitcy herc and Is anxious for another J.eth match. The club has a man Lo him any time Tail.will name terms wllhin reason. The Hamlltoi paper, says. I cades. Which: team won Is consider-1 nu[ through. It was a'EO decided tint Chances of Pete Scolt meeting ed immaterial, lo. those who are urg. tbc secretary bo given power to pay Clonie Tad, for the Canadian fng Ihe'arrarigcmiTit of such a game'bills at tho lime of presentation and championship are bcllcr. today, as Uie officials ot the atlilellc depart- nirlt tne bills could Ihen be referred than at any time since Clonie took; meats would agree thai the result to Iho board at the ncil regular meet- tho tllle from Johnny O'Leary. Darky should not-le officially incorporated Ing followiog. Daniels, who Is to take over Ihe man-1 into Ihe records of the two ualrerst-1 The question of how much author- ngement of Tail when the champion tics. jiiy the board has in dealing with twecn the crimson and bluo even by tap and the meeting resolved Itself these Informal Icams would have a'into a lengthy alfalr. certain flavor of the annual game and j A resolution ratifying the agrec- Blvn the old grads an c.-tcuso to go mcnt with J. H. Given for llic coal ic back lo their alma maters at a time (rom Ihe Christie mine and also V. i I in; of year they liivo assembled for de- cyr's tender for hauling the coal was WALTER ANDERSON OF 200 LBS. HARRY HEIN OF 210 LBS. BEST TWO OUT OF THREE FALLS. NO TIME LIMIT. Prices: Ringside 51.50; Main Floor SLOT; Balcony 75c and 50c' Commence p.m. ixmes easl, says that ho will consent It Is argued- that suc'.i a game 'scholars who hi the opinion o( Ihe ant work (locally) which will be un- ,_ i. icdlcal not i derlakcn by the council. as discussed and the A plan Is afoot lo conduct a scries islnicled to write to 10[ rocetlngs under the.management of of education to find. ULC different committees to which tho was permissible to send a entire council will he invited to at- e health, tend. Lectures will be given by com- '.cd that pctent persons on subjects, that will lo Peter making 135 pounds at three I should., he played 'for the benefit of teacher and med o'clock on the afternoon of fight charily If-for no other rea jn good health, wi and lhat lie carr have the fight any son; and it-has been that wnq'in, I i iLl.rcl.ll J 111------------ ..u VL luuullusa ullucl Ume he feels he can cuke this iveidit. j tlio proceeds be. turned over lo the department of education to find tiic different commitlccs to which tho OJ course, Tail will hnve to be seen! war camp community, fund, an csclu- the mailer, but Daniels believes thai he will agree'lo anythii arranges for him. s believes (sivc New England war effort to raise child home who was in dclicRle ing lhat he iJOO.OOO belweeu JfoVemuer 5 and 10 The Acdlcal officer rcrflrl IAKEWI1HFANS Shorter Goes Popular Becanse of Speed at .Which Contesl- ants Move COPIES PHILADELPHIA Idea of United-round boxing la about to bn upheld by New .York promoters, savs the Pbllo-del- That a all-round match Thj promi variety of talent, -and -instead watching siv boicrs to perform fans get the beneQt of at least 10 boi- crs. Kovf York's "sli-rouiid game Is lo be Introduced by Dan jyicKcltrick aud Harry Pollok. :.They haven't de- cided on a dennllo dale, although they are pogltlvo of going through with the plan. -The first six-round show Is ex- pected lo have Benny Leonard, Fred Welsh, Frankle Callahan, Soldier Lart- fleld and JlnTCoffey paired OH In dif- ferent bouts. May Boilog Is due to die in New York next month. It may be that McKet- rick and Pollok aro scheming to save It is' .en, bouts Uie 'Tele Scale'Ii more .'popular in Tor-' eager for" such1 a-gam! loler-lo glTB the public a wider'onto than rlglil. hero In waiting' "for air Invijatii 7 .js onjj. were ibout 25 tases In need of operations, such as adenoids, tbe tamo shrinking tor thu the metropolis. Dy bouts four rounds', thereby Increasing action, they may try to convince' Governor Whitman of jsahl Daniels last night, "and he and the Tail would a packed house. I want lo see Pole get chance at fnli's croivn, and will agree to Uie English pounds at three o'clock'in'the afternoon." Walter Ohcrnesscr, Scott's mana- ;cr, was silling close by when TJanicls made' this assertion to the Herald sporting editor, and he: Immcillalely jecame.interested. VThal looks Rood r enough to said-Walter, as he rushed away to tell Scott of Ihe condiliona laid down .'by tho Toronto critic. Scott goes to Montreal tpnlght-'aml will go into training immediately on tils' arrival (In the eastern has been promised several gi Lhcre, and he doesn't intend lo be Is li'teroitinB for lha fan than that the crilka of "stalling and fakes' one of lonier duration goea without would subside, flaying. A fan who ha.'seen a Phlla- .delphla ill-round, show and then a program oMQ-round bouU will be con- vlncflid without a doubt that the short- er nutchej Bra (ajler and Instigate QHEB GOING AT FAST FACE Milwaukee, Wls., Nov. .1. Will Harry Greb, llic FJUsburg middle- wclghl, bo able lo keep up the ler- rlllc pace he hf.s been EeUlllE the past joqre enthlislasm. 'Ktitlc followers thrive In a'cllon; they admire a pair of pugs full of In Buffalo recently ho celubral In.ta tS-mlnule sel-to there ed his 36th straight victory; that Is, la no UraB for stilling; the boier newspaper decisions In most cases Bust get under way right off the against and light (filched 44 Innings In One World's 'on from Har- enlarged tonsils, In the ECOOO) LIKE BEZDEK AT PITTSBURG undoublcdly be benificlal 10 all. Three committee woro appointed and more _ will be ajio as lie ueod arrives, tlie i .-il present arid that this condition was. lhrce standing committees at present a serious drawback lo the progress of arei public health committee Miss 1 I Beys. llrs. J. [I. Gillbspie, Miss Bull, L the scholars. The leatlieli'lillt in a rcq'icsl. thdti lo add'lo their num- Wssltrn Hit, an assemhly room be provided for as IVIanagsr 5p tbat singing classes, etc., 1 could be- conducted.' Miss Hull also put In n request for as manager ot tie club for mnnulalor primary room, irs for .hlgb. 1318 should prove tc, ho.pleaslne to Plttsburg faos. Even lljough" Uio.pros- schnoi ,Onm ent season is cdtpleted with tbe Dues u a baa lasl the good work of the man- d d princlnally of cool airnr Tiac hnnn" nvLlnnnn Trrlloc- ber in accordance .to. (heir- needs. Members from the out' ol. caiilzaLion being likely to be added. Household econimlcs committei; Mrs. n. p. AHIson, Mrs. D. McCrca, crt by Mr. E. T. Saumlers. After refreshments were served the party sang He's n Jolly Good in honor-of their absent host, Sergl. II. H. Tucker who lias' been overseas for the past year, and'who has been grealiy missed Ity the lodge. ALBION K1UGE Albion Ridge, Oct. snow- sloriDs hare given added moisture Uie soil'and grain liauling has in part given way to land cullivatlcn. Despite Llio fact that, the roads to Barons are almost impassible, Albion" Ridge cnjoya excellent roada. No "-J town or- Barons prefers the molsturo has bocn evidence, writes David J. Pivied lA'.the Pillsburg Dis- patch, Taking hold of..tlie learn when demoralized, when their work city. lie the players were; del iood bouts Ibey were eome'-'u'ni ,ne schopl. Strange Case ot women aiid children Mrs, II. E. Derrctt, Mrs. Hlnipn, Mrs. Dloanc, Jlrs. J. J. ScotU: Jlrs. ;K, Lees, prcsidont oE Itie council wishns All. the drgan-.tationg caught out of shape for nny of When his campaitrn In "Montreal iz ended he will prepare himself for Clonie Tall. Peter Is Itcklcd right down to Ihc ground over tbc chance of meeting Ihe western lad, and he claims thai he can make the stipulat- ed weight without weakening himself to nny great extent. He weighed 143 In fighting togs this morning. PHILL1PPE HOLDS THE RECORD Jl IB a.ciso of'jiimplng Into the hcavyvclghU of all kinds. Qreb has .1.- ...L... r but has suggested ouUel, licdVlhen to beep on lop not pick! the'boisr inual continue at'a break; i taken an: lhe middleweight ____ _____ ___ ______ ______ 'iieck pice yiotll llio Anil gong clangs. nnj has not quibbled about IheVelghl. On the conlrarr, In i 10-round bout manager, Jimmy Mason, seems lo usually a pair of boxers nddlc around, {have Ihe utmosl coiifldeiicn In', the for Ihe other to lead for HTO [world lhat Ihe young PlUshurgor can or all rounds, upd by Iho Ume they j any middleweight living, and net up speed all Interest In the con; teal gone by the board. In Philadelphia A no tier pofni to prove tbat tho all-. ronpd more; IntpresUng) for Qus for lhat reason he'pays no attention (o hi a opponents. n lad can go along and teat such men e.3 DaLUIng Jort Smith, Chip, Buck Series "Red" jFaLiir, pitching hero ot the L917 scries, well deserves llic tributes that go wllh winning throe "games In one series.onJ takes his place nmang a fidecL few who have done this same thing. "Utll" Dinccn of Boston .von three against 1303; Phil llppe of PltlsbuTg wron ll.irep trora B DS I on In HID same scries-, Ma I h civ- Dillon, Chrlalio, George 1ht Tuna Is Ihe fact Lhat the paallmo jCrouso find the llho, there muat he going so wijl In Phlladelphli. No! something to lilni. He doos not .ap- boilng.cenler.Jii'Ainerlcft hflg been en-ipoar to he overclcvert but he hag ftn Joying more Ttuglllatlc gnccesa tbbn awkward style of his'own which is city. .The sport hag been on i i.raost pur.zllng lo hfs 6pponents.r- -Ho Keilthr bsili for ft long while and conUaue x.' E howl for looie een flghtllig'al tho rdto of 'aboul very once In a while ajlwo uatllea a more r bouU Is started, but there must 'be a limit lo Ihc inmi. promoter here wiir agree that 'boy's endurance, and It will nol bo rounds Is the right distance 'and- surprising K ho IE obliged lo let up joflger matches would rob runs of Ills slrcnuoua Ihe Bamc as Datlllng Levlnsky dhl last year. Irate neighbors figured Ich-EL frisky bull and tb( affiliate'to "do so al figured was heard by once, as Ihe work of the council Is ard Dyioni.-u, ub me wurj; ui uiu LUUIKU 15 Age, ot' very important and mual be attended that paves the vay lo another, good cvop rieit year. j and family have moved'l'u llirl-iiv farm purchased Ihls year. 'A nice comfortable little home has been, erected and.the land stands spot with a little sum extra as n. this year's harvest. Five bushels of N'o. 1 wheat from a section is not a bad.yield In a serai-.J dry year. Smith, iiow drives his new with some degree of pride. Ole BradveldL and -bride have mov- the defeudaiil.and was lo.withoul further'clelay. ed y. 'Now, however, Bezilek has .moolhlr.'. ,Th. phyur: .TO 1, ___prcsEra which ho-rightrnlly bclongcij. The McKinnon and Miss and Mrs. climax war. reached on Sunday, Oct.jn, Dulhl madn the "for him." -Thcic Isn't marc In the squad on the "ouls" with ...__.......-......... -presentation Devlin and his hired man to MIss-Duchanan Lhe manager, and there isn't'Ohe who hasn't offered his -very beat aerrlccs, Baseball players, I Iho all men, must be In Itio proper frame of mind bc- fj drove Mr. Bull Into hla ham nnd noil-; (jic pleasure of the lodge in helng ahle fled AEIJ that the animal vng lhcroijn this way lo show the esteem'in foro can do -their best. Even though a player Isn't "qallliiig" there nrc limes when conditions are such as lp make 1L Impossible tor tlial player son took three from the t to be. he Is hon- all Adams of Pills-, catljr trying lo best he has In hurg took three.from Detroit In 1409; him. As tar as has been possible lo Coombs won three games agiiinsl the ascertain Bczdck'a system of playing Cubs In IfllO, and JOG Wood was rlc- tho tame has-been a good one. There ami thai he could get him by paying 1 whjch she wna held and tho rcallza- Lhc coils of capture. Tlie'defendant. n0n also that sbe had always been failed to come across with any money! faithful lo her duties in the order __ ,__ __- ThQ bcsl wtghC3 of fllli bcjng along the gifts, A handsome palr-oE. cut "glass salt and pepper chakers Were also present- 1912. have teen ca when ME methodr, cn aeries have been open (o, criticism, bul for fans, tho. falregl in Iho tor In three over tho i However, no. other world's _____ pitcher bore quite so heavy a pitching the most part he has-been doing good burden as did Phllllppe of the 1'lratos work, back 1003, Of Iho eight fames K PmsburL played Btarlcd ana finisheil 'world, arc going to travel along ivllh first, third, seventh Iho new manageijiind arc goiug lo Rnd eighth, lie won hla first llirec, i cord him their Hearly support In hla but was defeated In his last tiyo ei- 'cfTorls lo re establish' the grealesL city forts, the Pfratos fahlng to score a In the world as one of the real base- rim for htm Jn the final game, which ball centers of Iho universe. Here's settled Iho championship. 'Phllllppe ouv best wishes, Hugo, our best wlsh- or otherwise arrange for the turn of the hull, so luforiiialion was The result was.unfortunate' for Age, as he was soaked nnd In ad- d-on will have. Lp pay another ?C for ihJ keep of; Iho'quadruped while It was tho enforced guest of Mr, Devlin.. -.A reraarkable foaluro of the ctisc Is that between. 10 o'clock tm Tuesday I night and early Wednesday morning Uio bull disappeared from the barn. lo lhat cffecl. nnd laid Informallon now apparently It is Cheaper To buy No Glare Lenses than to go without them and pay ,a fine. We have them from Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUM'OF FIFTH 'LETHMilfXie, ALTA, t pitched '14 Jnnlnea In lhatlserles, si liigh mark for work by any 'pitcher In any world's- series. ,FRANK SLAVIN RETURNS Ilullfai, Oct. Frank Slavln, onc-tlrao professional hoxcr, who has cs', Hugo Dcrrtck! MUST DISCHARGE ALIENS New York, Ocl. warn- ing lhal alien enemies ilust be dla- near y hrc year.'TrtlZ h. Charged before was sent seen nearly Inroo >ears. _. in relumed lo Ihls port, tho Yukon. CLEVELAND FiRE Cleveland, Ohio, Ocl. early loJay doslroycd Ihe three storey store' room and shipping biilUIng of the (Cleveland-Akron Das company plant, menaced the llyns and property of re- Bldenls is. the and re- aulted In an estimated lots of CM. OEN, CROSVENOR DEAD Alhons, 30. Qtnersl Charles If. former can- trosfiiunn from Ohlo.'dlcrl al hit 'here Mrly loday, neil 84. llo'enlftled In Unllcd stalQ3 lie CDIIstcd In ioirr io hundred? of ship. yards, dry-docks, machine shops and manufacturing planls along Iho water- fronl.i of Urooklyn, Queens, IMVK Isl- Age Is in.tbc peculiar position of R rnanvwlib If (he nnlrclal Is found on his lanil 'could-'lio' wltli Iiavlnr; alulen properly in hla possession, pro-j vlded'pf'course. It could be proven: Hint tho animal stolen inr.cail of, liejng" InlclllccnL ciiouqh [jam door himself. ll.woillL he- strange. Indeed lo lie chargcil with Ihc tlicfl of, one's own .animal. I A mecllag of llic local council of women executive was In Ihe prl- mdry ecliool room on Friday nflernoon last. All Ihc members ot Ihc execu- tive ivero not p'rcscnt, but thoso In at- tendance set the ball rolling for the coDirnencemenl of somo very Import- and and Slatcrt IsUnri, ENEMIES RESPONSIBLE. Vldorln, n. Oct. submitted before t court of. Inquiry Auckland, New Zealand, ,tnto the clrcnrriSlanccs of of the Urltlsh steamer Wlaninn, which for- rnerlj beiTecn! Ans- tftlU Hrltlsk Coiornbl. 1'olnlfd deslrnrtlon' of- the I liroujh per cent More Roadlight No glare? in (he eyes of (he oilier motorists. There is a (liffcrcucc ivlieu you couipnrc with leiis. can siipplylor nny nialcc of will them by mail hcatiy packed Toi1 giiaraulccrt or youi nioiiey re- BAALIM MOTOR EXCLUSIVE DEALERS' HOME OF: THE CHEVROLET, OF UNlbN BANK -J HARRY HOLMAN, ;