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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE A new, COLLAR Jfjf Same style, back HERALD SPORT SECTION Ready to Meet Weeks and Make the the Answer which compelled many members of tlie Lethbridge Lawn Bowling Club to Blisent themselves, there wan a fairly Inrge turnout at tbe muoker held in (be Elks club room last night. It was ihe occasion when those who were fortumUG enough to win out in tin: keenly contested events on tlie bow- ling green received their reward. First of all the cups donated by W. A., Buchanan for the Scotch double; were presented to the wiu-j Sponing Editor, Alljertan: In an- nors. .1'. I.ivie and W. Willotts. to the statement 1 read in Wed- eacii of -whom acknowledged the cups ne.sday notice in their own way. LIvio'B speech lie- that Bisluip puts Hoss in the light ing reminiscent oC former sporting lu-avyv.'ciglit and Unit lie lias no events, while Wiiletts' ovation was as! claim on the middleweight title, neat and short as himself. After PIT-! Three -veoks ago 1 with sentins Mr. J. Mcllvcna witli the Ad-ill. F. L. Flrookx of Calgary to act as ams trophy, which stamps him thnla forfeit guaranteeing Itoss' appear I Tiie little controversy between the I managers of Ross and Billy Weeks is Notwithstanding counter attractions.! nice wt ment for tli'- fans, bat now since Koss and Ike Cohen are likely to bo matched here, there will not be so milch torcst displayed in Weeks' doings, i .j. Ilowevor, Harry answer to Biiidy BisliOl) in tbe Albertan is UMeylinK. being quite to the Boslon. Nov. .toll" L. Sullivan declares that On'ii (Joulcl Kiriqtairick Jr.. Ifarvarfl strong man and boxer, can beat .loss Wlllard and win the ton- Ing championship of the world. There is only one thing that prevents a new be- Herrmann Likely To He Deposed; Much National I fA-ague Is Cry j I Chicago, Nrov. H. j Johnson of the Atnorican league, in a ilig announced, and that la the statement tonight, admitted that there permission of the young man's "probably will be a change in the com- the of the national baseball com-1 as- mission." i The statement wn.- isfiiyd after two afternoon papers quuted Mr. as sayini; tliat August llor- of the i-oiumission, would he deposed. inmjrMliate denial ui ihc- statement was made. I'resi- dent Johnson, howr-vi'i lain club tnvners league arc opposed to tional league in 'lie national commas! premier bowler of tiie club, Mr. Uu- Ihe ring with Week.-! at rhanan made one of his famous sport- ini; speeches, expressing the pleasure Thu reason Ross has ht'iMi fighting it gave him of being a patron of the; heavier men is because be has been paine of lawn bowla. and also giving i unalih1 to get men of his own weight jv the hoys the gooii news that he in-1 who would meet him. On May tended'putting up suitable prizes he fought_A. L. McCoy 20 rounds] a. rink competition next season. a dravvMn >.'cw A whist tourney, with refreshments I weighed loli pounds ringside. I following, closed a very enjoyable! We do not state tliat Weeks leflj evening j Calgary in a hurry to avoid meeting l Koss, and though It could not bo. WPI on wil l iwr- TO BOX staged in Calgary, the Lethlirldge club W mlcHIEMF GIVEN i offered very terms which p would not accept. Billy Weeks i.s undoubtedly a good and if Uiesfi two lioys ever meet' jit will be a battle worth seeing. I believe that Koss has n, bmtor claiw to the titln and is willing at any i time 10 prove this statement." We are 'not merely in tho game for j ami will meet, any man in tho world i providing the venture proves profit father for him to enter ring for the encounter. he HS- "Kirk Patrick would fight." waiil .dthn L., his father His f.unily ia well to do and does not waist him to enter tin! rinp. I ;un Hurt! In; could (Ipfwit Williird, !H.- ilghia, tuid knows how. in it lijjhmtg way that MMUS natural to him. Ho can lipcnnin cham- pion. Me fiin'miike ring- side ill 210." Kii-kpatrifk won the heavy- wcighi ch.inipionsiiii) of Har- vard last Kubruary, beating J. L. Hi {if; low in a litllt: over oiK: round. K'irkpn'rick graduated iroin Harvard last Juno and M wnriting for Ills father in San "Two Bits" Fund__ For Tobacco for the Soldiers Contain no acid nnd thua Ucejt leather aofj, protecting it against cracking. They combine liquid and paale in a paste form and requiro only iiulf iiin effort LrillirLnt shine. Essy to use for all the and Shina your shoes at homo and keep thcta f- f- OALI.EY co. OF CANADA, i Doctor Tefe How to Strengthen Ryeafyto 50 per cent In One i Week's Tinte In Many Imfaoces Herrniaim'- is president of tho {'Mutinnatf toam.of thf. Xaiioiuil v and has been chainnan of tho na- liumil commission sfm-i- >lio formalion the body nritler the of Xaiional and leaguen. San Diego. Cal., Nov.. Welsh, champion lightweight, is will- ing to fight Willie Ritchie, former titleholdor, 20 rounds at Tijuana, Mexico, If guaranteed Welsh's terms for tho proposed contest were received here today in a letter from Harry Pollok, Welsh's manager, to Don 'Grlttou. local boxing promoter, -who represents the Tijuana interests willing to furnish financial backing for championship fight. Whether Welsh's- terms be ac- cepted is problematical. Ritchie's con- Bent to the match has been obtained. ae. Hoss will bo heard from later j on this winter when he will meet somt! of the best boys in the cast and j I guarantee .he will give a good ac- count of himself. I am willing at any time to sign articles with Bishop pro- The sum Welsh demands is tht same as Ritchie received Cor the He returns. teat.with Welsh in London, in which HAKIM 1. HIDSOX the American lost the lightweight! springs, Nov. 1, 191U. title. HEFFELFINGER TO COACH YALE Minneapolis, Nov. W. (Pudge) lleffclniiger, former Yale football star, will leave here'Cor New Haven to help whip the EH eleven into shape Cor the coming.big games with Harvard and Princeton. Heffclflnger for several years made the trip east during the football sea- son, but this year will start earlier than usual in response to a call from Tad Jones, head coach of-Yale. BOWLING TONIGHT The Comps and the Press are scheduled to meet tonight in the fourth game of the Her- ald Bowling League ten-pin series. Both -these teams have been practisiuK for the event and the match promises to he close. The next game takes place FOR HOBEY BAKER Montreal. N'ov. Goorge Kennedy stated last night his offer of ?2QOO .for Princeton with the] Hobey Baker, the former hockey player, who is now with the St. Nicholas club of New York, still....... holds good, and he hay reason to be- getting Hevc he may land the Yankee days. What threatens to the hunters' record for many moons has just been established by Hal Morgan of the. Lethbridge Merc., and P, Woodbury, in a three-day shooting trip to 18-Mile Lake. They brought back with thsm 92 wild geese as a result of the trip. The first day was spent in watch- ing the flight of the wary fowl. Then pits were sunk and decoys set out. The next two days were spent In the greatest sport to be found in Southern Alberta. It is a great record. Cleason Schweitzer and party- went out this morning and among other things brought back four of the largest white swan ever seen in the city. Certainly the wild, fowl hunters in Lethbrldge some great sport these Hi? u-a-4 in cont'eriMti-' JoiniKfKi hove hist ijii'.'stimis involvin; J The commission son. Hurrmann and Jolm president of the Nuiiimol league, i Picked by League Presidents Now Vorlt. Nov. chairman of thti national coinialftplrni IB uluuied annually by the vote.- of the two nrnjor i league presidents, which both JohliHon and Tener liiusl agree j upon the ihird member, since a dirYer- j cncc of opinion would result in a dead- j lock. As both presidents., are auto-, jmatieally members of the commission 'as iii present cousUmled, the only way; in which the complexion of the body !cmiid hfi changed would be the olee-. 'Lion nf a third member not. afiiliated i with eiiher league, in place of the i present chairman, who also i.s the pre- j aident und chief siockholder ot the; Cincinnati National league club. j j Several plans have been suggested.: ifor national commission.' ;One called for a. tribunal of- three prominent men in no way con nee ted with baseball. Another would retain the present lURJoV league presidents, and a third neutral member, while: 1 siill a third schecie called for five! j members. to' represent _ the big [leagues, two more the minor j and the respect- j ively. while the fifth member would be i iodependeni of baseball connections. Thu fjrir.ilntllows'of Leihhridgn are to thftir "anin> Givc" a dail3r :oci mut-h" Na- opportiinily to subscribe to tlm To- imposition of hacco Kuiid. 'hey tii'fi coming alontf in and ihfi "two him" scheme pli-aso. It everyone a and jmi.s ;ill on the Famo Efit'li two bilri keeps a soldier jiirrL-o for a week. Tin; Thins to lo drup in tin.1 dfj any lime you i it will lie ac- wewlc regarding through the -sport, col- The fund now J" "K ackiiowlfiilsed Previousl "Two bits" donations unlay: airs. F. Downer, Miss Downer, R. D. Hurry (.'tickle. Frank Wad- dington. Hnlph Waddingion, Steve Hrodie. I1. L. Jones. Goo. H. Porter, ,_ E Frcv. H. Trew. Krannu? 11. Tortci-, ihai diaries Hanley. four from Hev. J, E. MuiTwIl-WriKht. ppoeoHjjtkm You Cm Have j Filled Uaa Horns, 1 _______Jla, Do you wear glasses'; Are you n rictlm of strain or other ejs weaknessus? U so. you will bt.i glad to imo-w that according j to Dr. .Uiere td real hQpo 'or j 7011. Many whose eycn vrero falling- Bay have had tlielr oyas restored Uirougn tho principle of tliJa wonder- 1 ful free prescription. One rcsa. saya. trying It: "I was almonL bllttd; oonid not 300 at all. I can i read oTorj-Lhing without any glp-asor I arid inr eyed rto not water nny zaora- At 1 night they would patu dniadfiilly; i now they foel fine all the time. It was like a, mlraclo to ma.'1 A. lady who us- cd it saya: "'Hio atmosphere aesmsd hazy with or without, glasses, but i after usiug this proscription for t'lf- teen days everytliiug seems clear. 1 can even read fine print without glaascti." It Is believed that Thousands I who Hrear glasses can dlecard j them fii a reasonable time and multl- tildes more will be able to strengthen j eyen so as to be spared tiie trouble and expense of ever getting 1 Classes. Eye troubiott of many deacrlp- iona may be wonderfully benefit tad. itd quality atu! in L L A R S BROS MONTREAL by follovrine tho rulas, thd DWBOrlptlon: Go to any drug atoiV and get a bottle of Boil-" Opto tablata. Drop one Bou-Opto tab- Ifft into a- fourth of a glass of wator j and allow it to dissolve. With tliiaj Unuirt bathe tiio eyes t-.vo to four! iiiinje uaily. You tjliould notica 6702 oleur ap ocroeptlbly right lirqm tho start and inflammatioit vHl ly dlBP-ppeRr, If ycur eyes are yoc, eren a HitJe, talio steps ta I Kave them now before It Ju too late. Many lidpcleaaly blind might havo j been tsa-ved if the'r liad carati for ayes In time. Note: Another prominent pliyelclas to whom tho ubovu article waa sub-1 mitted, said: "Bon-Opto la a vary re- marJiaftle remedy. Its constituent ia' j gradients ire woll known to eminent; eye flpecinlista and widely prescribed] by them. The manufacturers it to atrengthea eyesight 60 p.c. in time In many ioHtanccs refiand the money. It can bo obtainod from any good drusglst and la one of the very few preparations I Teot should be feept on hand for regular i use in almost every Red Cross EooK Company, sells this season. Kennedy declares Baker would ue a I brilliant luminary In the National HocUev association, possessing, as -lie does "til the physical qualifications Chavez, of Trinidad. Col., knocked out aiid'sklll. Asked as to his Hamaim. of San Francisco, in HAMANN TOOK COUNT Kansas City, Nov. Kennedy says a gamer stepped on the ice, man never the tenth ro-uid of ft scheduled 1U-1 round bout here last night. Wittichen and Hacker are j Speed Kings of the Ring; MOST IS? CJGAflS Some Tobacconists will try to sell you other that tlie Wittiehen-llacker bout would Tuesday night, when the Edits Fans Likely to Get-Up) not draw In Lethbridge. The argu-' meet tho Linos and the last v, p Th mpnt that neither of them is a game takes plate a-week from I any 10 Bee me boy is very weak: .for was i tonight between the Linos and Press. MADE IN CANADA OLLAR Cluctt, Peabodr Co.. Inc., Mnkei BOWLING Open Afternoons ...and Evenings... THE" DOMINION" BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement Dominion Building) cither Freddie Welsh or Charlie White! .a Colorado Springs liny? These twoj hoys are aefcncnvlo.'lged io ue the hest lightweights in this part of the pro-! let iiionc taking it in when one hap- j yens to be ill Lethbridgc." Match Local boiing fans will see two un- knowns in the ring when Wittichen _ and Hacker meet here next is great rivalry hetwoeu. day night, but they are going to sec, the wlll well Hie contest because they ospcct to i going down to Lethbridge to see, see speed, speed, antl still nioi-8 speed. The boj'S are both speed kings, iintl tlie Lothbridgo Sporls and Amuse- inont Club, under whose auspices the match will be staged, is quite con- (idem tlie match will please the fans, j The Calgary Herald sport, page has. tiiis to any about the coming match, which will bo refereed by Young Ross: "One iveek from tonight Alabama I Kid Wittichen and rostio Hacker will; meet to settle their argument as to] who is the cleverer boxer, in Leth-i bridge, before Hie Lethbridge Sports j and Amusement club. Just who will, be declared the winner IE very much j of a question, but one thing is tain and that is that Lethbridge liox-i ing fans are duo for such an exhibi-' lion of speed as has never been seen in tliat town before. Both boys are in the pink of condition and will do credit to their own city. Personally, I have an idea, that tiiere will be a knockout, but expect to see the boys give a fine fast exhibition. Sam Keams will accompany Hacker, to Lethbridge and, in addition to being In Hacker's corner, wil! take part in one of tlie preliminaries. That tho WIttichen-Hackcr. Cal- gary fans should not miss. If -they will get together a special train could be run down to alii! it! would be a merry crowd indeed, both i going and. coming. Don't everybody speak at once, hut let'tho writer know) ami it can be arranged so that no time will be lost, from work. Who will fall I in line and help me make such a trip a success and have a'good old lime. "One of my host personal friends wan trying to argue with me yesterdayl Simply because there is less profit to them on "PROMOTER" at three for a quarter. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL of Cootf Cigars far oact Half a Hard-Hitting' Big' Game Cartridges are the only sure kind to make your hunting trip the success you expect it to be. Velocity and accuracy are the two important features m line ammunition. Dominion Cartridges embody fnlly'tllcse requirements and supplement thorn with the reliability tl coro'es from quality muterials, ikillful Aorkmnnshin anil careful teplr A. scniitive primer tliat deep into tlie powder gives instant rtsponso to trigger aim and. makes Dominion the hiuli-power ammunition tor caribou, moofte, bear, dear and all Canadian hifj game. A sure "hit stop" loaded into each cartridge to back up the iportman No matter what the shooting conditions Dominion Cartridges meet the requirements. Write todny for cor sttrnetiye .picture Old Block." Dominion Cartridge) Co., "A. Chip of the Dodge Bros. Motor Car It Speaks for Itself Se Sure You See This Car Before You Make Your Final Choice. icc F- SPECIFICATIONS 80-35 h.p. Cast en-bloe Engine. inches. Differentia! Sniral Gear. Clutch, Multiple Disc. Starter ami Generator, North- east. Storage Batteries, Wlllard. 12 volt.' Top, One-man. Mohair. Rear Axle, Full Floating. Tlmken Baartasa throughout the whole car. The gasoline consumption Is unusually low and the tire mile- age unusually high. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH, 2ND BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL The 1917 Ford f.o.b. Ford, Ontario If yon fancy a light car for cvoi service, (lie now model1-Ford-Runabout will fit your rcquiroments. Smooth running and easy the Runabout is always ready for action, winter' or.summer, over all Kinds of roads, and it gives high mileage on low gasoline cost: You ought to see the new model at once if you want one this season. Orders given now have the first 1232 THIRD AVE.. S., LETHBRIDGE ;