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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER li, TliK LKTHHIillHrK DAlLTf HKHAL.1) PAGK THHEE "BRINGING UP V By G. McManus -BUT ttVT MINE ONE FOUND .A DIME AN' RODE HOME: ME. XCXJ IN FAVOR OF CLUBS FOR. WOMEN? CLUB TO BE REMINDED I A.T THE HAVE UOCrV? SMI OF When Al ROES swaps punches With Al Moore of Great .Falls about December 1st here, he will fie up against one of the toughest men In the game. Moore has had 63 fights In his day, has won 42 of them, 12 were draw9, four were .no decision bouts, a couple were lost on fouls and four wire lost lo better-men- One of. the bouts In which Moore came out second with'the original Frank Manlell, who was at.one. time ne- gotiating to come to Lethbridge Cor. a bout with ROSE. Manlell slons himself the mlddlewelflhl champion, Canada, having won In decisive fashion over Weeks- When Moore.and tyantellrj clashed there was a great go; andJ, this match should give Lethbridgc fans the best line they have ever had on Ross' ability. That Moore knowc something about the game Is pretty sure from the fact that he was at one time a. trainer In Gunboat Smith's training quarters. There is little he doesn't know about the science of boxing and he has the neces- sary punch to put it over. Moore will be one of the heavi- est m-n Ross has ever.met. He wilt'go into the ring here at 165 pounds, but. between now and De- cember-1st he will have to take off considerable weight. He Is getting into the best shape, how- ever, and fans chould see one of the best bouts in the history of the garrts.here. The Edmonton 'Journal- sport page TIic best basketball practise oE the season was held Thursday night, .and from the showing a-, good .team expected.' Thrco of last year's lijam, StBiUon, .East and iVore out nlong ivUh several-new men. Hohlnaon .pi last year's team Is at lircaeiiL attornling Toronto University, Fife is training wflli.Uie 7SI1) Ballcry. Pol-, son, who played spare, is .surveying up north. Already a communication Iiag'becn. received from CalgaryY.M.U.A. with tJic Idea of arranging lionic and home tfames uctvrcan tbo University and Gnlgary about Christ- mas. In" all probaljllfly-orraiigcmenta be -made to liare" Calgary play eorao other.local.team's. II they come. The Roljcrlson racnUoncil above Is A- Q. Hobcrlaon of LcC.brlOee, who was formerly -.one of tho Y.M.C.A. baa-1 telball Scores the results Explains "Why He Hasn't Got Busy to Train for His Bout With Kaiser yew York, C. The patriotic 'Ight Jans, lienny Leonard .claims, aave been treating him unfairly. The lightweight champion Is considerably grieved because he lias been accused ot stepping out of a cliDcti with the Kaiser alter having promised to take him on for a regular scrap. When ncnny took Freddie Welsh lo a first-class trimming recently In New Yorlt lie announced right oil that he was going to btiliva hranrh of ser- vice and light for Uncle Sam, but time continued rolling along without key enlistment out of the neiv light- weight king. Criticisms then began to break up Benny's peace, and he be- gan lo smart under the skin. Dlamcs Washington Officials Now that Benny lias received an ap- pointment and n commission that makes him a hoiiug iustructor in ouo of llio new training camps lie has of- fered.an eiplanallon. He declares that right after he whipped.Welsh as vent to and offered to enlist, but was. told.by ultklals there It was not.wts'G for them to acccpt-him, at once. .-Dehuy.--Bays he -was told his vices would he much" ihore'VaFuable It lie worked as "an athletic Instructor and with this advice he camo back to NEW. York to wait.. Now that.he lias received his commission he is ready with explanations. Offers .have been made lo Leonard for bouts, that rrould net-him hugo sums of money, but it is doubtful if the army can spare him.tor the'time would he necessary to go of. scheduled English' league footbal and make the battles. Or course, he Is In constant good condition, through his work at the camps. Kllbane Gets Commission Johnny ICtlb: ne and Mtk'o Gibbons are two other champions who have al ready received their commissions and nrn ready for-dilly! -Kllbane Is oub o the most patriotic lads in the'entire services. Gibbons has given up husl ness interests and sncriflccd'llnie lha belongs to his family. Mike waived exemption tor the N cd himself ready to tako cm O'ormail army or any tinlsh light. Kilbane, Leonard and Gibbons have set a splendid example for American you'Jis. There are many others Hie army anil navy who have done tho same notable among them bo- ing Joe Welling, a serious conlcndei for Leonard's claim. Bowling '.jhcn will be a on deck to'nlg'ht (or the bowling clath Lethbrldje, -the llrat-lntcr-lown.match ot.the itiiin. Baro'hs ii coming down to the heelt and the Leth- ,bridge It trying out all the be able to down II sectional team SPRING COULEE (From Our Own Correspondent) Spring Coulee. Nov. line weather stilt continues, which ono ap- preciates when seeing the reports of wintry weather Irom the Missouri river to the Allcghanles. The farmers are dipping the "stock and ploughing under these favorable conditions.' -A-farewell party lo Mr. ami Mrs. Embrey was held Friday evening at the home ol Mrs.'C.'C. Thompson. Mr, Embroy lias.long been associated with the S.C. Trading Co. They will be much inlsscd in the church, as Ihoy havo been active in all affairs pertain- ing thereto.. They Icavo for Toronto' Hie 20th with the beat wishes of our people. -Mr. and Jlrs. II. B. Kcllsy, Jlr. and Mrs. McCarthy and Mrs, Thompson allcndcd tho Presbyterian church sup- per at Magrath. Tho fine wcallicr Increased the church attendance Sun- day1. The Aid are contemplat- ing on decorating the Interior and put- ting In a new pulpit. Tho cdiCico Is now completely paid for.anri Improvements will bo made in Iho near future. .Our people arc gen-' crous, ami wo tecl Ihjit 'cro long a resident cltrgyman will bo ft. neccs. sllf. Mr..John Thompson opens (he new gelllng.logether on ......jlieil The football iMro naval .near Sari VftSyaco, has tho 1'aclfir; playing together and they won all their ties fi'r.bf AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At the N. miles S. W. of NCAV Dayton TJ; Noveriiber AT A.M.'. CATTLE__1 tliofoaEh'brcd- Shorthorn bull, 3 years; old; 1 lhor> oughbrcd Shorthorn'cowa, -1 arid 5 years old; 4 milch cows; I steer, 2 years old; 1 "steer, 1 year old; 1 heifer, 3 years old; 1' leifer, 2 roars old; 2.halters; l.years old; 1 thoroughbred sprlng_call; 6 -other sprlng'calves..'' thoroughbred-Berkslilro-boar; 5 brood 'sowf .spring pigs. loam brown geldings, 10 years old; 1 leant mares, 1 and S years team bay njares, S years old; l.teani roan marcs, 9 years-old; 1 team iron groy geldings, i 1 lay gelding, 10 years.old; 1 grey gelding, 1'2-rean old; 1 black stallion, 8 iiay mare, 10 years bay 4 years old; 2 fllllosj 2 years'old; 1 colts, .1 year spring colts; i sorrel mare, S.years .._ bus. grain tank and straight bed wagoua; 1 old wagon ami bed; 3 bundle McConnlct 't binders; 1 W. A. Woods mower; 1 12-tt. grain drills; 2 IMn.'Cocksnult plows; 1 walking 1 democrat wagon; .1 3-sectIon drag harrow; 1 drag row; 3 S-ft. disc harroivs; 1 3 secllon P. Si 0.; sets of1, rldiug saddle; Boll drums; chains, tic; ALSO HOUSEHOLD.GOODS .Terms Cash. No Reierve. Everything will IK ai the has sold hu farm., j FREE LUNCH AT NOON J. S.' WELSH, proprietcV1' L. I. NICHOLSON, Headquarters at L, F. Barn, Phine 10S3, Your call for assistance will be prornlly answered when- ever-your machine may. be- disabled, and1 wherever1-It may be located. We keep our' tmargsncy car ready to trlrij first.aid to motoristi In tress. Our charges arc not trw .kind that will aid to your ''i -burdens. Rememter to Tlifi rrxjitt BAAUM CO. bij .THE BACK OF UNION IANK ;