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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta BfONn.YV. NOVEMBER THU LRTJinmnGE DAILY HEIULD PAGE THHEE 'BRINGING UP FATHER" >y G. McManus W. VWb EJEAT WE It) 6ORE. KT HIM- "VOO KIM COME. IN -XOUR WIFE 5CRMXHIJSC, I1 IF I SCRATCH OH THE THINK THE CAT AH U6T ME IN NO THANKS We HAO ENOUGH: r THINK THE CAT AU. RIGHT! CLAIMS FULTON SHOULD HAVE CHANCE AT TITLE (By Tom .Andrews) Fred Fulton, (he Jlockestcr, heavyweight contender for thu title, la having an unusually hard tlnao trying to force tbo champion, Jess Willard, into a'match for thu championship- yuUon'o path hes not he on an easy one by any means and hie manager, 311 ke Collins, haa been obliged to dab- ble along In order to get what he terms "the chance- of a lifetime." De- finite (ho fact that Fulton bas knocked out practically all the heavies In the cast, with the exception ot Frank Moran and Jim Caff ay (.1 nil he offered lo meet tho two of Ihum In the same rliiK on any nlRhl) ho has .been up ngalnst a hard game, tliere being some who. persist in hnocfetng .and trying lo yell "take" every tiino the big fellow starts. has pulled some "uonera" himself, and no doubt this-has hart lilm In the eyba pt some. ..When ho ,fouEht big Carl ilfprris In one al MlnnenpollE or Hudson jti.e'.lbsl on while some .ciutL .Fulton., WHB Crank reribugliVlo come''out' arid "B ay'ho. was 'Beared'almost lo dc'atli at Iho time b'ecause Billy "McGarney "goft Iiis goal'''by telling ulm'hoir Luther -Carly had just been'killed by a blow and1 how Morris might kill him" the same way. There arc many oilier high class fighters who have had the same experience and were -none- loo gnme at the beginning, so .why hold thai agnlnst ilib'Diaii: for llfo? Wai Not a-QuiUsr At Canton, 6., Labor day laal'he vita accused of trying to get. out ol (he ring, when In-fact he did not get oul, but started so' 'between rounds, as Just-at the bell and wlien-hciunflcrslood Hofcrcc Halt. Hlnkcl'ip; had been dlsqualllied. .'pulton" could havt left the Ting between tho rounds ivilli out ylolnting the rules, as long as ho was back when the bell sounded for the next round. As he considered tn battte' with prerloiiBly and was well -recommend- ed. iJt IhaCFalton.could ilbt get the six and seven ounce glen ves on MB hflnd.q tmd'after trying Iho unce set, being Ukc pillows over tbc nuchles. The result was that Ful- on found it hard work to pul hi a man own with tho big gloves, but. In tho fth hn pul him Lo his knees and had im helpless, vrlicrcupon Ihe referee, farry Stout, stopped the bout and vavcd Dererc lo. his corner, slating t the lime tbai. another blow would ave finished him. Fulton abowcd plainly his superior lass nnd Ins hitting was clean. He cat hfs man the same as he ltusbe.il n others, bul some of llie skeptical nes iverc doubtful; probably Ihey wanted (he cjan to use a sledge ham- mer on him. fiood Judges of boxing lated after the match that Fulion is ithr.it doubt tho only man-In (ho ounlty today-to give Jess Wlllnrd a eal flght. PnUoii ..wants lo make tbc cli aitd offered to. bet of his money (real coin) on himself usl Willard and nglit on a winner- ake-all basis or any. way thai will lilt That tldn'l', sound Eke a man who Is afraid of Wlllnrd r ahj- other heavywelsiit.' prce Mr. to make a .real match for Ihe lille or give it up and. et Fulton defend It, as .he Is willing 'j do? Purely It is limo for' WlllarJ o defend his title In pup. real cbam plonshlp match1. Winnipeg, Nov., Bloomberg ot Minneapolis, kno.ckcn out Illlclili Xcnuelly Sfolncs, Iowa, in-tin 'Iflh round of a scheduled 32-ronni nont' hero but -Referee linn Poley ruled it DO contest and'callei all bels off. He claimed that Ken nelly, dli nol Iry, lo1. fight. In Hi Boml-wlndup, illlly Burke jot Wlnnl petr, stepped Briltllnff Sceloy ol Syra cnse In seven rounds. KM Wbltcy o Winnipeg knocked but Abe Wallnc of Minneapolis fn the This Is Friend Whlloy who wen down In tho fourth In a imlcli wit Clonlo Tall. Talt refused to inee Bl'jomlxjrg 'in uein clatmed fn the 'Peg thai lio ran ou on the match, Bowling Tomorrow evenfng the Barens bowling squad will invade Leth- bridge for the fint matched game of the wiaon at the Dominion Alleyi. has a number of new trundlers and are out to clean up the province. Tha Iwal crew Will be drawn from Evanii S hover, Irwln, Sloan, Jennings, Harrison and others vrbo have hitting Ihe wood In big'league style thli icflion to date. Women Who Drive Cars like to oomt to v> for molar Jccenorlci of the iervlc6 which we give. No matter how or how grtat i hurry you may be, we can will terve you couf- arid Bgou Motor Parlors BASKETBALL Tho defeat oC Llic "V" last Friday "by tlic Monarch? OHCD inorft puls all the loams In tlic city Uaskelliall leamie at a tic By cancclllDg all (he Hetta games, each team now' 1ms won and lost two apiece'. Xo (cam carl go on the floor ox- jicctlng lo have a walk away. Hach leain lias defcalcd and been conquered nlc other Tonight Uie "Y" anil SLars will clash in tlielr last meet- ing. The Stars won their first cncounlcr, I'D-27 and Iho "Y" defeated the Stars last game 37-3G. This Is Indication BUf- fJcJeut to assure a real live contest, tonight. Meeting Will JJc Held on Nov. 12 lo Decide Plans Tor Next Season New York, Nov. fate of baseball In Lho smaller ctlies of the country linngs In (lie balance. Tlio first Intimation of what will lie done to alleviate the troubles ot tlic minor i leagues" wiii cutuw leagues lioM their annual mee'Ing Qt Louisville .on November 12. H 13 likely that a number or the smaller organizations will not attempt to operate next spring. Others that managed to -weather the hardships of last season may get In action early In the summer nnd curtail their sche- dules so they may ilo business with a minimum of expense. The chief pur- pose .pi the meeting, however, Is to relieve thft chaos that obtains Iii Iho mlnoiv leagues to a stronger finanrlnl basis, so far as possible... a Good Example for Olher Major Leaguers By His Refusal very purpose of Inflation. Immigration. Ono particular Item Is deserving ot' attention, "A strong and progressive policy of Is promised. This will he perhaps Urn most Im- portant question after the war. The burdens which are now being accum- ulated and which will have to he as- sumed and home by the Canadian jeoplo can bo faced if Iho enormous resources of the. country are develop- ed, hut development demands a rapid lucrcasc In tho population. Hence tbo necessity of a strong and progres- sive Immigration policy. It Is manl lest that the promised strong ant! progressive polity has been serious- ly Impaired by the breach ol raith that all. The government Is rested vrltli powers which they could and should Jisive used to reduce the price: of all tommo'lJUe.s. These powers they have already exerted In (he case or newsprint paper. As far back as Ihe month of February last an order in council was passed by which it was enacted that, "wllk a view to en- sura to publishers of Canadian news- papers newsprint paper at reasonable prices." The minister of customs was authorized and empowered to fix the Iho quantity and price of nevrsprint In sheets and rolls to bo furnished by the manufacturer to tho publishers In Canada." By virtue of this order the government have compelled manufac- turers of print paper against, the wlth naturalised Canadian citizens In- protest to supply publishers and volvcclln the" withdrawal o; the jioHt-iiewapjpCTS at a price which they ical franchise from large numbers of themselves as reasonable. If thuse citizens. Tills must prove a serious blow to itnmigralion, especial- ly when the conduct ot the Canadian government Is contrasted. with the altitude of the United States, where no such Indignity has been placed up- on naturalized citizens. An arllcle ol the programme of the government spcahs ol Ihe development of trans- portation facilities but Is vagno and rather amlnglous in terms. The C. N. R. No mention is made of Ibc acquisi- tion of the Canadian Northern Uail- season about fifteen leagues way tnls usbject was not exhaust- had to'suspend operations'altogether' by of last session as n result of war conditions, while j auj it wm Le ono o[ mogt import THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH t New Yort. Nov. R6w- and, Ui6 busli IcagerV the man' who lias'enjoyed ilie Ills-con- antl who lias laugh- ed last and hearlily, set an example ust before the last world's series thai should be food for the though Is of his rivals. lie needed money more ban did John He needed t jusl as. much as Kddie Collins or Jhristj- Mathcvson, but this nrofluct of Iowa small lowns, a minor leaguer, urned down a fat offer from n syo- dicatc that wanled him 10 "write" his world's series views. Like Dan Johnson, president ot llie American league, Rowland believes not. annual swinule that offers [he public stories under signatured of llic games great slars. lie knew then and. knows now tltal not one player, vfllr (ho single exception of, Eddie Cfilllnij, writes matter credited lo ilm, ami it ia RXtrcmely "douhlful U lins found time during (he last big (janies io really ivrite a decent account of the contests. Johnson has placed n ban on those- stories. The national commission has frowned on the yet no one aeeras able to put a stop to it. Eddie Collins signed a contract this year in the face of Johnson's and the com- orders. Czar lhat he is, Johnson is finding (rouble controlling this feature In baseball, Chrlsly Matlicwson is Ihe most consistent ot those writers. Matty.-Is capable of writing stuff, and docs pound out .some of 11, but-his duties ar, manager, of tho Hods lina prorcnterf his devoiion .of much time lo the labor. The stories though, wero Ellll running, Lul their popular- ity lias ceased. Grows in Popularity. Rowland- is rapidly., taking rank with the "greatest leaders In baseball. Ho la reaching the popularity enjoy- ed by Jolin McQraw In his handling of. lompermenlal ball players, 'Row- land haa some. Etrango mannered play era on his pay roll, lempci'a- mcnlRl as Iher. cronvhut he hag becu eliding along with lliem wilhout nny trouble. He doesn't mako n lot of about ft. lie doesn'l ahont around nor lear hta hair, but he gels results. He Is one of llic moat popu- lar men fn uascfiall among news- paper men, for he mccla them llio right way, Ho travcla In llio same- coach na them. Ho does his fRnnlng irllh Ihcra, TJiero Is no atJenipt lo conceal or evade. He "answers qucs-' lions tho host ho trusla llio men lo rcsjiecl confidence ho with them. icany others" ivcrc conipellcil to re- duce their sch'edulcs. Of all the major 'eague teams the lloston contingent has' been lilt hard- uot'tho leastrreryleslug: dif- ficulties is Barry, the irhtj heen Biimmoncd for afclTvo s'en'Ice. inMhb Jlassachu- setls jiaval reserve, in which he en- listed as a yeoman several weeks ago. Many Vacancies With Barry -also wilL Shorten, subslUute outfleliicr, who next season would IIFVVC b'ecn promot- ed to a regular berth; Ernie Shore, one of Ihe star plichers; Wlkc Me- Nally, utility intieldcr, end Dulf Lew- la, IcfL fielder, Barry and Shorten "al- ready hare been.assigned to an en- roiiing office in Boatori, b'u.l sec .service aboard ship. Shore and McXallr nave been detaJ-'ed Io duly at a paymaster's office In Boston, and Lewis probably will be sent to llic Mare Island navy yard. U'is probable also lhal Janvrin and'Scolt inay en- list In tho near fiiluro lo avoid tlic second draft. '.So Frazce confronts a-rugged-as slgumenl in the rebuilding of his club next season. Barry's successor Is still a point of conjecture. Several prom Inent managers and pi ay era hare been ant vord In .thoj ;overnmerit mem- ccrs. should it he. nccessan', I would not hesitate in order lo stop profiteer- ing lo taio control of (lin factories which are engaged In the supply.'of war materials as has been, done In Great IJrilaln, and run them on tho principle ol reasonable return on In- vestment for the owners ami rcasou- ahle legltlmale profil. 1 hellcve that one of the best methods of providing war suppltes Hnd o[ saving ilia coun- trj- from beltig exploited by profit- eers would to turn the government shops which arc suitable [or such purposes lo tlio production ol war materials ships, etc., for the benefit ot the country al cost. It cnnnot bo said too often tliat (his war could not have been avoided by tho allies that It Is a contest for the very exist- ence ot the civilization. Of tills tLo entrance of tbc United States lato into tho conflict is further proof, it inilced further proof were needed. Tho American people long hoped that they would be spared that ordeal but the ruthless violation by Germany of tho most sacred can cms ol International law left them no option, they bad lo join in the ffghl against a power whfcli has become Uie common en- emy o[ mankind. Conscription At ihe beginning, Impressed by Ihe Immensity ot Ihe struggle and of the necessity "ol bending all our ef- forts lo tho winning of. the war, pi Ibe opposition .gave lo the govern- ment every possible aid. .con- sented to all their war measures; ex- cept when convinced that their 'mea- sures would be detriment's1 rather thnn helpful. This year the government intrp- Giiced n bill to make military service. compulsory. With this policy I foiiisd it Imposslljlepto agree. ]f.it be tsked ON PAGE SIX) g mentioned for the position, but Frazee bcrs'Of tho present government have has guarded his Intentions In llie mat- ter. Among the applicants Is Johnny Evors, and Ihcrc recently have cpmo reports From Boston IndlcullDg that IhD Trojan may bo chosen. "Derby Day" BUI Clyiner, formerly of tho Toronto Leafs :sad now of tho Louis- ville club, and .Tacit Hcndrix of "In- dianapolis, both of Ihe. American As- sociation, also hare been mentioned. MIKE GOING GOOD New Yoilt, Nov.- Mlfco O'Dowd of' St, Paui, 'outfought Frank Car- bonne of Brooklyn, last nlghl, O'Bowd I Ing Carbonno leverfilr. 153 and CorJjon pounds. Jeff Smllh o( llayonne, M.J., jmadc Ms first flppcaranco In Brook- j lyn since returnlnfi from AusC outpointing Silks Tlgiia ot this (n-a 10-roimd tnatch: Sfnllh (imt Tlguc 161 pOfindg, Two merhbera of Iho SI. Cfllharlncs Uy, council have declared clvca AS candldalca miyorV (CONTINUF.D FKOK Fr.ONT JccteJ It Is Ihe right of llie people to declare thai the caae should not have beep finally by (In: action pi n moribund parliament bui lhat Ihc matter should bo reported lo and adjudicated upon by Ihe new parliament It was natural Ip citpecl thai Iho reconstructed government would give very serious attention -to tho aituRlloa of the country, Is ndinlltedly crllical. [There Is no al- lusion lo It except Iho vogue promise of "Kffcclfvo measures fo provent cx- cesalve profits, to prohibit hoardings nnd lo prevent combinations for Iho Increase of prices and thus reduce tho hlgli.cosl of living, The .economic problem haJ to-be grappled with at once In no such VflEiio general lerm- but Jn vigorous nnd concrete proposals, Tho prices of nil commodities have been steadily rising since Iho beginning of tho war. The dally pro Via Ion ttg of tho family.table is front dny to day be- coming: a tnoro and more alarming problem for hll classes of wage e.irn era and for all people of imall nnd.of even moderate. Income. H 13 no an (iwcr (u say lhat this la sofiuencc of the war. When It Id con Mdcrcd lhat the price of bread ,afid bocp'p'i to speak 'only' ot Ihefie two, com moflltlea ia higher h6ri In Can (la Unllerf Kingdom, prHIln llsolflhat Intf prices horft'tro by-m'cihAdi Vhleh are itilirt Tfjtb' (Kojfaf, urt announced Ihflt all questions of .tariff .egislallon must ho relegated to after; :ho war.' riellcvfng (hat food produc-j lion Ja one of Canada's beal contrlhu-, tions toward winning the war I wqulilj >ropOEe, If Intrusted with.tho adinlti-j stratlon of Ihe coiinlry, lo'Immediate-! ly relieve ngrtciilturc' from its dlsa-j jililles'in tills regard.- Since Iho comnicncemenL of Ihe ivar the governmeitt" placoJ an. Increase ol per1 cenlln'our tariff on .all commodities coming into Canada from outside Great Drilaln arid an Increase of. 5 per cent oh the goods coming Torn Great Britain. :1 .wouM Immed- iately rompve Ibcse two disabilities es respecting nil countries othar than [hose with which arc nt war. There Is DO doubt. oslsllnff conditions these Increases in tho tariff are a htndranco rather than A help to production In Cnnnda ivlilln Is certain lhat in the fn.il resort Ihe hr.s io pay extra lax- Tho Increased duly on Imports from_GreaL Brllain was an unlrlcntlly and an unnecessary action on Iho I, of Canada towards the mother country at a lime when Brlttah was staggering-.under llio dlsadvan-, tage of tho fC continues to bear.. unfairly and unduly on existing tradol and should be speedily removed- As fur-j tlicr mitigation of dlsadranlflEoa (o' agricultural production I would re- move the dullea on agricultural Inv; plemcnts nnd olhcr eaBcnllals as de- manded by the, wealcrn fflrmers. A genqjat we 11-conaldcreel reform of tho tariff for Ihe purpose pi helping Can- adian production nml rellerlng tho Canadian consumer would also bo an object of my admlnislartlon. I Government Control j in cOnnBcllon with (he high cost of living 1 would take tlraallc alepa lo brlug under gOYCrnindtit control all food producing.factoring.so that food, rnny bo fold'Bl a fixed price undcr.j the control of the government'as hfis' been (liunQ Jn Great 13rllnln- To tbls AUCTION SALE OF FARM StOGK IMPLEMENTS At the Nf.E.% of Sec: 2-1-5-19, 3 miles S. W. Dayton WednesdaK November I AT'10 O'CLOCK A.M. 1 thoroughbred Shorthorn bull, 3 ycara old; 4 thor- oughbred Shorthorn cowa, I and 6 old; milch cows; 1 steer, 2 years'old; 1-sloery 1-ytS.r'oJil; 1 liclfcr, 3 years heller, 2 years'old; 2 Lclfcre, 1 years old; 1 thoroughbred spring call; S other spring calyes... v thoroughbred "Berkshire toar; 6 brood, ion; IT spring pies. team brown'geldings, 10 yeara.olil; blscX marcs; 7 aiid S yeara old; rteara bay mares, 8 years old; 1 team roan marca, 9 years old; 1 loom Iron grey gcMfnge, 4 and 7 yean old; 1 bay gelding, 10 years .old; 1 grcj gclKas, 1 SyearS'Oldj" l' bJack stallion; S years bay marc, 10 yeara old; 1 bay .mare, ycara old; 2 fillies', 2 years old; 1 gelding, 2 ycara 1 year old; spring "colt's; 1'sorrel marc. S years old. bus. jroltt'lank anil straight bed Trasons; 1 old .'wagon aiid ,bedj 3 bundle binders; 1 W. A. Woods mower; 1 12-tl. McCoririlck rako; 2 4-horae grain drills; 2 gang plows; i .walking (low; 1 3-sccllpn drog 1'4-aection 'flrae.httr- row; 3 3ft. disc 'harrows; i 3-sectlon Pi H'seta ot h-irness; riding.saddle; 5 oil shovels, chains, ALSO HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND KITCHEfrflFURNITURE. Jcrnii Cash; No Reserve, Everything will Us uid'u tha proprietor: I V LUNCH AT NOON J. G. L' 1, mCHOLSON, A Headquarters at 1053r Lethbrldfle arrangements should be with the.mnnaEcmcnt of tho food proi ducfnf nllowlnu for n fair Interest on. inreilmeni and fair >nd profits; So that food may by- Iho ordinary _cph passible..- .Shoiilii: (o coro- (iclorl'3 Nor IM 3.O.S. Your call for assistance be promtly answered when- ever your machine may be disabled, and wherever It may be localed. We koep our (mergency or ready lo brlnj flrit old lo Our charges are [lot, the kind (hit wili add to your CAUTIOM f Remember to nwiwj to you, BAALIM MOTOR CO. OF THE CHBVKOtrr'" OF UNION HOLMAN ;