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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917 rim DAILY PAC.K THREB "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus BLEEPS WHEN EXPECTS n THE c- 'I I CALLED TO YOU DAUGHTER I Anderson Wins from Hein; Takes Two Straight Falls AndnrEon, 27 minutes. Stcond Walter Ander- son, 25 mlr-jtcs. up" at the end of 2C niinuloa ol wrestling alter he and Walter Anderson, the Saskatoon giant, had been on the inal tor 2G rafnulcs for (tic. second (all, Referee tiddlc Hrusso oC-Calgary conceded irint.r'v to Anderson, irho .Ihu3 comes out winner of the bponcr of scriscin. Andersen had ifmi.llc'm doini for ihe Ural taH In 27 miuules niter n hnrd go, and was clearly, vtsncr .nlglil's show- ing- aU.iou.jii tlic Great 'Fqlls-I3nrohs husky'is still irltli a month's training he can'show Aiider-' Eon's shoulders the way to Uio mat. TJio bout v.-as as eaod'nfi-anything In the ivrcsUIng line ever seen in LetnnrJdge, 1[ Ihe fpns ot the 'city who rcitialnfcd away thinking It '.Trou.diVt-. be .up to'..snuff ,bad. been they would have cinngud Iholr minds. The' match, wcs fairly- fftal and It appeared slow in comparison to It was" all lo-lhe merry as mat .games go and those- wlio saw It got thcfr money's .TDrth, Andcrapn -pravcji himself to bo master of the "game, while Hein was also a notice. Andcr- 'ton appeared lo hs'-In the better con- dition, and though lie was "in some tight, corners at times his liridglng and. his own-.iiccuHar methods cl kicking- oiiL" or6tight cheers trom 'the I fans. The big lellows went lo the I mat ot about 0.45, Hem going.under I first, flipped Anderson over and sot a head holt! which was brok- en, n was n Ions series of holds in- cluding ovorylhlDff in the category ot wrcslllng ivilh Ihe men up and down, first one an (op and then the other. Anderson bridged out of a lljrhl cor- ner just before the" ten minute period and they up'when ten minutes was called. Shortly afterwards An- derson had Hem nearly there hut ha bridged and nicked loose. Shortly afterwards he broke a head scissors, getting a biff hand from the crowd.' Anderson Ihcn broke a Head and body hold aod for a while everything lie knew. Just as the 2o mlmito parloU was called Anderson secured an arm hold whfch ho used In with a body roll, and Bruaso lapped him iin the shoulder lo call the (aH for rim. Hcin.pro- tested that he" was not a id claims Ander-ion .Knew he Wasn't. The second Tall. saw some last worlr-.Heln used an arm lock and roll to" good advantage but Anderson kicked out. The Sastaloon boy used th'o scissors' a deal but unauc- ccsalullr. Just after the 25 nitaiite hell, Anderson got an arm bar Jock on" Hem which 'ho was unable to break nnd he yelled that he envo up, tho match match AndersbrT'cliaUen- Secl any man who could be brought to meet him. Ho will take on Kid Sc-ndow of -an? day he names. Is Now in Good Condition and Would Give Tail a Hard Bailie 1C Harry Anderson and Tail BASKETBALL TONIGHT, ever come together in a lightweight championship clasb. il will likely v The city league basketball v is now at Us height of inter- -i- csl. Tho league nou- consisls -or thrco learns, (lie Reds v v Ing Epltl up.nmons Hie other v v (cnciis to it more Inter- v- csllng. TLo llcds liail lost livo straight but nearly all tlielr games were extremely cloec aril ivell contested. The lite Jeanne lead- era, toniglil irlll slack up against the Manarclis. Tlic Monsrclis have now added (o their Hnc-up Murray, while the "Y" Ectured Jones from the Hed3. which ought lo make llio jgamu more than Interest. ]t 5s lllc homc-slrclch foot (oniarrt. In n simrsrne ef- some lo Jewclry- .N'ow Yorfc, Nov. the public demands Ihat Freddie Welsh be glv- ,t f en a return rnalrh irlth Champion you can say for me tbat I will be very glaj to sign the articles In behalf of declared IIan- agcr Billy Gibson today. Gibson's' at- I jlenlion was called to the (act tliat he, t'jis manager of Leonard, had not an- swcrctl Welsh's recent challenge of deserve another bout will, my con- queror." "1 have heard that Welsh has been training on his farm for some liltlo 'l' lime, getting in shape with Iho expec- lalion of mealing Uennr ad- V vised Gibson. HP, seemed, lo know what was going on at Freddie's 'Sum- N.J., hcalib farm. "Perish the thought that Benny wouldn't hox Freddie." declared Glh- son. "Why, Benny would knock him for (he bout." Anderson lias fought Talt defcmled fort to obtain tlic honors. The title here, Andorsoa Iras Inliroaled "v" the champions last r IT I bridge and would like uothing than to swap punches with Ihe So ouUooK ,3 BMd [irovideU Tall is ivilllng to make ilie night lie lltlcJ the lightu'clshl off AVelsh's hear! in nine rounds. a wonderful record ho has set up since! i "As I-slid before', If the imbltc v.-ants to see Hem in action again, >ve mUBl lie apjiriseil of the fact, and von can bcl your bottom dollar we'll' bo right there to clinch our side ot the argument." terms 'that the promoters could meet. STATE CONTROL OP The Edrnonton Journal discussing i m B the ppssiblliUes of au Anderson-Tail clash says: Harry Anderson, -Vancouver Itgnt- Tvelghl, whom Euinonlon LIQUOR TRAFFIC London, Nov. crnmeul, acordins to the'Daily Ki- Barons Quintet "Will Invade the City' Tuesday Night .for Matched Giime Barons bowltrs are all ready -for.the aeaton's fray a.nd have LI- 'sued'a defi'to-.tKe local' a'ggrega- tlon ef pin-topplers- A match was arranged and the two qulnteti, wjll come together 'i In'the Dominion'alleys on Tuei- day..evening next, A. number of tfie Barons bowlers were In the ctty to the wrestling match last it1 night and rolled a friendly game ttterwardt. Beard, tvvho managed the Carmanaay bail team fast summer U now a resident of and one of their first jtrJng bowlers, 'GREEKS UNDER FRENCH. Wnshlnglon, Nov. Greek Ko iinder-FrenCh-corhniaml, According lo dlsnalchcs received to- day from Alhens.; pencral BraquoL (he'-French ormy hag been made of the Orcck slaTf'ftnd two hun- dred (Trench officers have been dc- Inalructorg. The; mobUlra- llon ol "army la proceeding TanldVy Ekrid srnoolhly. HOURUESS AND OMAR HKAYYAM WILL MEET IN TWO MORE RACES nalllmore, "Md.I No. 2, Neither Ilniirloss ner Omar Khayyam, Ihe Iva great which met at Laurel Park recently, la ttio dlacum- filuro of Qmnr Khayyam, is through tor the year, Uolh of them are In the Pimlico Autumn Handicap and..the Howie Gun, Ihe former a rnce of one mile am1, ft rjuarlcr, for.three-year-olda eiclusjyely.-the latter a gallop of one ralle ant) a half, fnr three-year-olds and over, n-Wch will bo declfled Pimlico track In the conr.c of the autumn meeting of the Maryland Jockey- club, November I to 13, incluslro. The Pimlico Autumn Handicap will be run on November 8, and (he Bpjrlc Cup o'n Iho 12th. Omar is nlso named for the AYaahlngton Handicap 127 pounds ngalnal 133 for Old Hoaehud, and lor Hoaraer. Mourlcss la noL I In this race, That both will satis- factorily for the Pimlico specials seems certain. Omar Khayyam, quite naturally, iraa a horsVatler the finish of tho race on Thnradiy, hut he l.le his supper greedily done Iwoll since. Tire Clrmans believe that he Is u Ircsh today" as he was at Iho beginning of the year, Honrless, which Is as good a' goer ns Omar Khayyam, alia Is-.in One fettle. RAID BELGIUM, Ixmdon, Nov. svlalori carried out a rild the admlnJtr reports. i liionjbin bout, has eviflsnUy entiTely experiment in" state control of tlie recovoreil. from a recent appendltitig liquor trade, by nssuining control of operntion. lor' oh .Saturday night' 'he the' nianufacture 'and -supiily in Scot' met and 'ricfe.ited Lloj-J iladden, a land. On lest would RUSSIAN LOAN Petrograd, Nov. billion Seattle lightr.-eit'Jit. Both contestants depend the extension coulrol lo roubles haye been subscribed-fn the Women Who rive Gars like eomc'.lt motor Ihe Mrvlet whfch flvVNit matter how or grtal i hurry may tit can >nd will you cour-1 and Bijou Motor Parlors THE MOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, fn this which held at Seat- tle, arc former' holders of the north- Tvest lightweight a title nojr chimed by Kdilio Finkman, of Seattle. According to a Seattle ills- palcli Anderson at tlic lop of lus form anil iu every round he carried miilinjr lo Madden, jabblnj and right crossing boy at all stages. At (lie end of tho bout Harry was goiDff faster than erer ivas awarded Ihe decision cy the referee. This Is (he same boy that Talt thought ivoulil not be in'ahane to meet htm, so suggested that some Wnnipeg cheese named HasV.cll, be substituLed. The trouble with Clonlc Is that he has suffered one defeat at Anderson's hands and refuses now to riak the title he so easily won from O'Lcary. Meantime, "while Tail is hanginp around Moose Jflv and figuring in po- lice court scenes that will "not en- hance his reputation as a boxer, chal- lenges arc'being hurled 'at him from every corner ot Billy Me- Kcnzle, twlco outpointed by Harry Anrterson beforo ihe Edmonton A.A. C. IB howling wildly for a match, prt ferably In Toroiilo whero Hilly-Is a member of Hie noyal FlyJng corps. Pete Scott, the Ilnmlllon, Ontario, In- dian, offers to donate half hla share of the purse lo the lied Cross funVj If Tail wlff consent to meet him. Scott, >vho has not made Hie lightweight limit since tho year of the blue snov, and has been mixing It with Kcighls' recently, hia signals crossed when he talks of demanding 3 bout. Ho not In Ihe lightweight class, and this Is wrlllen by one who has seen Ih'c alleged lightweight In action. .Tlic only ivey -'Pete could make 133 Ibs.'is by cutting off a leg. When all the challenges are scanned the man who, has tho best right Is none other, than Anderson, and Tail canJiartlly.pass him up.. NEWHGLEAGUE Epglaud, Ireland anfl Wales. Chicago, Xo. Ihnl Ihrco or (our clubs of Ihe AITV erlcan nssocladon plan lo wllh- anil raerga certain clntis In the InlernnKoilut league' cinsed-, Prcslilcnt. HlcVey, of (hu Amtrloti nssoclallon, lo issue n for 11 conference of.lho cluh owners toriw. to be held In Mll- wiakes neH SondijT..'.. "II Ilis Loulsflllc and Toledo club..ifners hara rte- clded lo secede, U Is only nrtjWr thut ihould know tbout Mr. Hlckey "r kftow notli- Ing of these reports, but we shall Mpeetet our Milwaukee confer-' ence lo them either denied or Prtnlteiil Jllckey wanla an ex- planation of Iho repo.-leii movi- cneril In AdvAoce of Iho annual, meeting of (ho dssddntlori n-fclch Is W M.heU la IxialsrUK, ItccouJ Liberty loan. ANDERSON The Qlanl, who beat Harry Hetn.Msl nleht I.n two stralRht fails, 27 minutes an A IS minutes. Suits to Overcoats to Take .your "choice of an y price .from to and get full value for youf money Below you cannot get 20th' Gen-: tury Brand cannot get 20th Century Brand -style and -quality. EXCLUaVE AGENTS I McKelvie McGuire Lethbridge North Day, Ont., Nov. At the here last Tlighl, Claries Harriion, C. convention of Wlii-lhe-Wnr Indepcn- I'. R. conductor, of this wis tht dent Labor of Nlplssins Jield 'nnaalmoua cholc choke ot VAN DYCIC TWO SIZES CLUB HOUSE, tbret for twe.fof Kt The ELITE CIGAR STORE 80U) 1Y OUR.STORE ONLY IN LETHMIDOE, J--' J PERRY Rti6 S.O.S. Your till for aulitance will be promtly aniwered when-, ever your m.chlnQ be and wherever It may be located. We 6ur Imergency car lo bririj tint aid to In dla- Oar charge, are not kind thai will add to jrttir CAUTION Remenber to ywr rW- l.lo.-a. tnl. mvnff to iM- Ay BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE OF imioM.MNK ,.'j HIM am. ;