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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE hETKBRIDGE DAILf HERALD WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1918 �fl 1 Ri. 1 14 I 1 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By Qi McManus 80u- BEEN NICE. AN' OUT OF SPORT Boxing Champion's Arouses Bitter Resentment Among the Fans j othor title bout. Furthermore, the ! I champion has lost his former flKtitm? j spirit, and as he is growing old he pre-j fers to tako things easy. In other j words. Willard is through with thej ; ring ijame and cannot be induced to I visit New York at his own expense, to j ; meet Dempsey or anyone else for v.:ir | j charities. | j The Now York Sun in a scathing ar-'. Attitude raigntnent of the champion today says ] , that \t boxing was governed in this ; ! country as It is in England and An?-1 j tralia Willard would not be allowed i to remain long out of the ring and re- IVORY HUNTER TELLS HOW GOLF KILLS BASEBALLS New York. NY- All New York af- \ ternoon papers today are bitterly resentful of Champion Jess Wiltard's attitude towards the great war charlty sport drive, insist that Willard should nt once announce his retirement from the ring, turn the heavyweight chani-, plonshlp over to Jack Dempsey and devote the rest of his life to business ventures. Wtllard's unwillingness to box taia his title. DOCTOR EXPLAINS KNOCKOUT BLOW | Business Men Taking Up Outdoor Sports Helps Wreck Minor Leagues Say* Any Boxer Will Collapse if Hit Hard Enough : co's most prominent physicians, who hnB made a close 3tudy of the boxer, and puts the O. K. on the boys before Dempsey in Madison Square Garden tnev are permitted to enter the rins. in aid of the United States War Fund gives an interesting explanation of campaign is taken to mean that he ^hv a pugilist is knocked out. never wlU risk his title again The pr A ,p hag omc],ltP(] jn ,h0 ea-gigantic champion telegraphed James !(v (){ examltucR phvsieian. says Chicago. Oct. .10 -Hick Kittsolln, prospermia in his lime as a minor lea- _ ruo club owner and later famous as Dr. Den Apple, one of San Francis-!� "out for toe St. l.-nv.s fardmals J. Coffroth yesterday that he would not box in thin city, but would take part in two exhibition contests down in Texas. Presumably Willard, if Leon Meyer in The San Francisco Bulletin, for the different promoters in this city since 1S97, and in that time has examined such champions as .lim and suhseotK'nUy for the New York ! Giant:"-, i; dubious as to the ultimate fate of minor league baseball. The sponsor for Larry Doyle, Heinle . Groh, Frank Snyder :ind other famous ball tossors ha- quit "iv.-ry hunting" 'for an essentia! luviijuttou. Kin.--;ia of say,: for t' ! "'Few followers of maj-^r ] :-\ic baseball realise ho v.- many are afi'.vted by 'tins present conditio-.! of "he sport-- into al districts still unreported and tho line-up so close that the tables might easily be turned in favor party. Th" governorship-of New York, too, was .-'.irro'jnded with the same uncertainty, the contest between Ciov. Whitman and his Democratic opponent, Alfred F. Smith, was so close Mint It tho soldier vote would settle It. Several well known figures In public ill be retired or nt least will have shaves. Prominent among iem arc Speaker Champ Clark, of he house of representatives, who last j night was reported lieaten by 400 J votes, but today was running very t close to his opponent: Senator Weeks. : the junior Republican sett.itor of , Ma-sai hussets defeated by Former ' Gov. Walsh, i>ei! ; Senator Lewis ; of Illinois, the Democratic whip, do-I fcated by Representative Medill Mc-Cormirk. Chicago; Senator Salisbury, of Delaware, present pro tern of tho senate, defeated by Former Senator Mall. Republican, and Representative Shirley. Democrat "f Kentucky, chair-man of the appropriations committee, haviiit; a .-.'lecoed 'he iate Coffroth accepts this proposition, will jon-riR?, "AbP Attel. "Battling" Nel.- Beicct the opponents for the "exhibi tions." But It i� safe to say that Dempsey will not be one of them. Willard is interested in the oi! business down in He cares little or nothing about the sport that made him famous and wealthy. He doesn't like the idea of strenuous training necessary to partially fit him for in- KEEP YOUR RADIATOR FULL of water. It will not freeze so quickly. If you do have radiator trouble of any kind . ANDY. with theaame ll'er.tll.v shot to piei "S. mug..... 'fen- ye** ap. "here were 19 loamies Senator Sloan, was teuted by Judgo enrolled1 under th � banner of orgatti/.- ahip and othor stato offices remained in doubt early today. .Missing up-stato districts, which, are normally Republican were gradually cutting down tho big lead rolled up by Alfred K. Smith, Democrat, In New York City and indications were that tho winner would be decided by the Boldler and sailor vote. With tho city complete and (560 districts missing up-state, Smith had 95S.231 votes and Governor Whitman 928,092. The vote, in 4.05ti districts of tho 4,60S outside Hi" "Ity have Whitman 844,615 and Smith 415.610. For other state offices the vote was running in about tho same proportion as thut for governor, indicating that the successful gubernatorial candidate would carry his tlckot with him. The next nnsembly will bo Republican, although by reduced majorities. Only ono woman was successful in her rare for office. In the 1st assembly district of Suffolk Count. Mrs. Ida II. Nanimis, Republican, dereatcii her Democratic opponent, Walter Still-well. .The next congressional delegation from New York will be made up of i'.l Democrats and ifl Republicans. ' Concede Republican Ticket Topeku, Kas.. Nov. H.-State Democratic Chairman Murphy this morn-liig stuted that tho Democrats concede the election of the entire Republican tlckot-senator, congressmen and stato officials-with tho exception of Congressman Ayres oi the Sth district. The vote in that district is still considered in doubt by Chairman Murphy Democrat Wins. Washington, Nov. (j.-I/.ite returns from Kentucky today indicated that. Gov. Stanley, Democrat, had been clot:-' tod to the United States senate, du teatlng 13. L, Druner, Republican. which recognizes: and promotes Its alms. We expect from our countrymen who servo tho commonwealth m official positions, willing co-operutirm. "In all parts of the state and ompiro we need the maintenance of public safety by tho nation Itself. We have con'Idonco in the German people. It has provod its brilliant qualities during four terrible yntirs of war and will not allow itself to be driven senselessly nnd tiseloBSly into new misery by vlslonnrles. Self-disclpllno and order are needed. All lack of ilisclji-llno will ruosf. seriously endanger tho conclusion of u speedy peace. J>" uat"! Spendthrifts  i luh owners rolled in �var cam-"- in 1 .'1 I. I 1 fleer, and don't let �rentiy. 1 was one The Radiator Man, Will Fix It Right. Rs�r Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) 9 Joe Gaus. Rob Fltzsimmons. Stanley Ketone). Tommv Burns, \n fact, every- ''a-ehall. one who has visited these shores sima- y'' 'J11"01'- ' that year: and knows wnereof he.''-"00 l'l;l speaks. "There is no immunity from a knoek-out blow. Any man. when hit in the proper place with sufficient force, will become insensible long enough to permit the referee to count him out. "A blow on the point of th" lower jaw is the favorite knockout punch. The result does not come altogether from a jarring of the nerves aa many believe. ! sent all the way to Tacoma to round "When the lower jaw 5s hit hard him up. enough It shoots back, it corns in con- \ �] might name other of the huge pro. tact with tho jugular vein. The How of fits that were p;h-d up in the majors, blood is temporarily stopped. The i,ut ;t mi;y suffice to say that even blood rushes bock to the brain and the Cardinals in lall made SIM"....... temporary congestion follows. This n>.t. Roger Mresnahan told Bill Arm-renders a man Insensible for a time, our and myself-wo both were scout-' Until the blood flow readjusts itself jaK tar the Urinous In l'.''.::-to go one is practically out of existent e. ! ,ut and buy Mime gojd players. I "The man of a physique of a Denip- bought one. Frank^Snyder, for 1,'Jio, sey or a Willard (who was a marvel, and the club turned down an offer of Magnates "Major :e,u;n-> c wealth until the was on the crom.: 'em tell you diff 'one of the l;--!p.' but the Cardinals paid me i..... aid expenses to scout in I'.'l-'. and tho Giants kicked in with $i;,.-|.io for similar services in It'l'i. it cost the New York club $1,omii to re-i sign Rube M.'iripiatil that year. I was Spnjicer. the llejnjb!. an nominee. Out oi \ senators bulng elected. 28 had heon accoUK'irT for early today. These wore: Alabama, Ib-.r.oorat: Arl;ai:-a.-. Robinsoti. De^uo-era'.; Delaware. Hall. Kepubllcan; Georgia. liarr;-. Democrat; Idaho, Borah. Itepnblii an: Illinois. McCor-mick, Republican; Iowa. Konyon. Ue-publioan; Kan-as. naj;e j;iw. All of the Soc-j to J1 at).i.iho. Charlie Ebbets made swo,. j;lij.,t eruidl'lates in New York were .-Headquarters reported last night: "Belgian front: Apart from our occupation of th<| west bank of the Cihont-TournoscB canal jind tho heights of D'Heide, tho situation has not changed tdnce yosterday. German urtillery and machine gunc were SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs very careful attention during the cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we will bend for your battery and store same dir. ing the winter at reasonable rates nt our up-to-date Battery Station. 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 urn .a .to. ..lij.. USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. BU0U MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" i IVE IN COMFORT cLAUGHLSN CLOSED CAR 4-Cylindcr Sedan 2,1 SO FULLY EQUIPPED Only one available for this territory. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd. Perfect for the Pipe delicious, handy, economical, keeping its rich moisture and fragrance unimpaired for any length of time, and burning .slowly but freely-  hese arc the qualities which you will find in Hasten The Perfect Plug Smoking Tobacco Slice a pipeful, fresh from the plug, just when you want it, fill your pipe not too t!�ht, light up and you will enjoy a smoke of real satisfaction. Try it. .< TW Rack Cil/T.kMC* U, Liaut<4, Qntlce, Qa*. 11 Do Not Wait Till Your Radiator Freezes Use Johnson's Fieeze-Proof. We recommend it. BUY VICTORY BONDS AND BEAT THE BOCHE8 BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;