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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PA'GC SOT IMF. .Y HERALD SATURDAY} NOVEMBER 8, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManua eoTai. NON-STOP FLIGHT POSTPONED MIXKOLA. N.Y., Nov. I Icclcd night at Hie glanl British IlBiiilley-l'ago bombing plum to CWcaio ivllli a circu o.' upresj matter was again poilponecl today ou IrltgrapMc reports tlul Iho landluK llclil at Chicago vas a "Q'jaunlre." Tke plane vctjbs 14 anil llui .nijerj ol Ihe fllfht decided il v.'outd be too rlifcr 'or It to altcmiu to land on a muJJy Held. Bankers and Mounties May Put Teams In The City Hockey League plans to ensnare Beckett or Cerpcn- he best base dealer The HoDins bad. while Old Man Winter hasn't taken tier, who will meet for the European .Ulo in Loo do a next month, and has cable fl that he will sail .ullli Full on tor New York at an parly date. With O'Rourkc in his corner to ad- vise him how to fight, Fulton has knocked out eerenl otiacurti bearr- weJghts on tho other elde. Hut these one-sided Tlctorie? will not restore Fulton's presllgo whtch he lost wtien flattened him with three well-directed punches at Harrison, X.J., a year Rgo last summer. Ful- ton's future, therefore, depends en- tirely on what he has learned from O'Rourke and what he may be able to accomplish in American rings. Naturally men aria won- dering if O'Rourke has Inspired Ful- ton with gameuess. Ferocious Fred. J What Is Likely to be Final Game Both Aggregations Have Some Good Players ,is Biisis and Looking for More Since the announcement yester- day that the new rjnk vfouFd bt ready Tor'the speed fiends next 'Friday or'Saturday thers has hetn 'i ntw hum of Ectivity in local sport Circles which .have bein dull of late with the exception of bowling Th'd. newi that had organized ihelr hccVey club s. for the season was aiso read with hv-ihe Incidentally K, brought out that the Bankers will have a -is'2..j In the city fea gui thatfwill watching. The Bankers have O'Connor, 1 .'catcher-extraordinary of the Focal ball club, triac plays lacrpiat tor, Gcxf- and Ja 'half "dozen other puck ..chasers who "lejrned the game 1 "whsre hockey is: the. breath of Irfe in winter tinie.. The Velerant Reier, Hen: derton, thi -Turcatie hoys and half a dinen more are all set ar.d ready to start practicing as toon Ice" is available. There is aTs6 talk cf the-R.M. W.M.P. selling in with .1 team. The mo untie 5 here haie a big squad in training now, am- ong them a number of young fel- lows who learned' game in the east, and they are anxious to get a team together if al all pos- sible. They've shown they have the ditermlnation for they arc fixlna up their own rink on the barrack's ground's right now and will put in a great deal cf time si practice. No, doubt if the Mo'Jntica fake up hcokey for the winter good players in de- Lsctimsnis could be transferred la headqyalters to round out a Many of the RoUrians are anx- Iou3 to sponior a team in the city league doubt en- ough good material could be found to fill out a cfaisy team. This would make four teams for the league, and If properly handl- ed would put 'hockey on top of tho heap of -winter sports this winter. 7. Let's 'gel action right away. There isn't .much tfms to 'Ware Ihe chlnock. of the League Is On evei knew- about Ihe manly art A terrific left handed body punch dc- It) MIX, CALGARY Cruiser weights Engaged to Tan- gle in Cow Town on Friday, Nov. 28 HAMILTON. Nov. Hamilton Tigers Lave called into action all of their old lime football generals to train the Bengals tor today's big battle with Montreal. Den Samson, Wallv Baron, llalph Illpler, Counsel! and Bob Isebestcr tavo teen working like Lrojaos with t'be yellow antl black. The Tigers are figuring j'on Irlck plays to DCBt the Montreal teitm. The Tigers will iiave to cope witb I a lltlle "Shag" when thej- line up the Monlrctl 11. The McGIH coach, SliROghtiessy, has been busy with the. .winged wheelers, jsisllug Coacli Hughes, and ha has ijeclcd no end of pep into the Mon- trealcrs. 'The ma lot looks like a close con- test-wllh-chancea favoring the trca] team; wnlcn. has a wonderful back division. .The Tigers' strength rests in its formidable line. protest., at tho .Tiger xanie bf 'Satu'rday, last makes Doubt- ful whether the championship will be decided today, but should Montical win, the honors will be conceded to lAe MJV A.A. I3illv Hewitt, of Toronto, and-SllTt: right of Fulton, who then rJecamo (lie softest kind of a mark. Fulton's cowardice in Ibat memor- able affair still la n blacX mart, If O'Hourfce has eliminated fear from Lhe big fellow's makeup he has per- formed a miracle. Ivcred by Dcmpsev twenty seconds of milling less look Hi an n hts second year In tho league, he stole 39 bases and nan a batting av- erage of .267. In comparison to Ihls. 3uck M'heit, In the two seasons In which he ilole tho most bases In hli baschaU life, has stolen just one more Arid Buck's bailing tver- ige was "bout .310. Gcorie came back strong in 1919 n Lho line and elolc 30 btsfs. And his b.iiyiig STcrago wns ouly .231. This would lead one lo jlere Ihii there is no belter base- stealer in the league than Ibis same Cutshaw. .The popularity of Culshaw irlth Ihe.PJttebure -fani and scribes Is evi- denced 'by tho boosting ho has re- ceived in tho discussion over Iho pro- posed change ot management for the Pirates. During Ilezdek's absence and UID illness of Mas Carey, Cutskaw handled the did It very sat' isfsctorily. He had a UUlo manager- ial ciyerience before he brolte Into the leagues. Afler leaving Notre Dame, Cutshaw went io the Three-] league and for a brief spell acled RS luacager He then vent lo the FociHc Coasl league. B> t> WE WANT TO CURL, OR WORDS TO THAT EFFECT CALGARY, Nov. fans of Calvary and Ihe surrounding1 rilstrici can now'look ionvard to the Tommy 15-round boufln Ly, of Ottawa, will be Ihe officials. Game To Tig en Few Players' Match Up to The Pirates1 Secbiid-Sacktr in EveryjTussle George Culsbaw those Hugo Bezflek as I'illsburj Pirates, Seems to ntver "who .is among as successor to ot ihe TOTtOXTO. Nor. Ei-After Heariug enough of baseball. Alter having Bame ol Ihs 1919 sea- ln Cu-ba Doonr made detinitc arrangemtntd for Iblng.inuiL be done lo prevent the tTii? important fistic atlracllon. At a Tans from encroaching the previous meeting Novmber 15 field. The officials hereafter TT! ihe dale set, .but st the request of Instructed "lo stop the game in. T6ramy Gibbons the dalo was chaug- Ihla rule la violated. ed lo November Gibbons la Boxing! on Novcmbsi 11 and .3 also :i el pint; liils brolbcr Mike for inls middle- Irrclght chaaipionsbla bout -wito !o'Dowil, which will he pulled off at I Minneapolis on November 21 "When [the Gibbons-OJpowd 's Vi over. Tummy, Mike'and liielr manager, Kd- Kane, will lhe tnin 'for The? Ttiii he hero thre-i days not more in n.lvance o' Tommy'a contest witl be, iarr turned' tho [during Ihs eeason s same "trick the jn SepteiTlber ihe had ln 126 sames. ince ha joined the Clnb FRED FULION MAY WIHNIFREDIAN STRUCK 8TORM HALIFAX, N. S.. Kor. jin 1912T when he 'yrzs bought from in Ihe Pacific Coast League. (Culsiiaw has taken part m 1110 maj- 1'or Icnguc Barnes and except Tor ono season, when he was on'lhe hospital list, there were mighly few games i'hla name did not'appear in Lhe Loi score. In three of the eight years he .has Ibsen in the National league he has 'played in more tbaii 150 games a be 'son: 'fl.r three gea'sons came in row. They were tho 19H-15-KJ cam- paigns. Injury Prevented Record He might have threatened the By J. poetry, quotations do not spring spontaneously to our lips, but often a. lino here and thcro has got stored away in the garret of our think tank. We recall one lino lhat some poor fish went and spill; I be said "Oh spring, that nestles hi the lap of. summer." We figured If be had been n "he" man be vould have said "This la a darn late rear." However, how about "Oh cr lhat sits on the neck of and list naturallv chokes all tho life out Poor Old Mr. Fall. This year lhal oagh guy D. C. Winter wasn't sat: gfied with his own share ol Ihe cal- endar hut he' gels certain Hunnfsh about -wanting hts place In he what does ho go and do lake our sweet. .Miss Indian sum- mer, and our olil friend Mild !heJr heads together, sends hem io Lhe cleaners and prepares lo with out any right, title or. In- .ercst, in Ih'clr' place. And hellevB me Pele, he sure baa made one fine ob of that llille chore; there h-sn't >een a counter attack slncov he de- clared himself. In other words win- er liitg year kicked tradition right where It hurts and has net in six necks sooner than It useler. Some people lhat the Rolar- lans are Lo blame; it's a aid thai iticy ordered this particular brand.ot wea- ker as a proper stage setting tor our dear old college chum Bill .he giiy Tvho put Ihe "Art" Inlo He that as it may, If it Is true? they did the Job In a manner wntch. seems o be a regular habit with their under have made It a howling; Tight here let us odd Lliat (he lecture was certainly a privi- lege for which we are truly thankful. is into his confldtnco, have so far >eUeved Lhe extent al leait putting on our heavy underwear and o chasing the darn molht out ol heir summer parlurage in our fur- Ined'coat. Uelieve me, Frlen'd, Win- or spoken iti m uncertflln tongue, if you don't believe us, go listen Lo that little old gas meter singing its refrain "It takes cubic leel to make the wheels go round." Tljcrcfore let's curl. Make i nolsrt like annoyance to ihe ice commillrej nnd lei's go. The gang's already lo start. By the way, talking about prohibi- tion for a minute. Dill ArtiistrOTig jays. "Even a kollle sings when it's full of hot water, but then, who ivants to he a kettle.1.' Now you have read (his Car, you'll say well he could have aft hi all Lhnt In a sentence, ".Let us have Ice 50 we can but you don1 understand, thp pnntiplo U3 hack writcraip-i on You sco we got. to keep chopping away, or (he Editor will for get to include our nmr.-i V.a maces his.rcijrua in Workmen's Compensation Hoard, and Us Ihe compensation wo arc all aller Oh you heard anything about anybody liavliTf lno nerve to pace Harry L hla roinp to TC election .is Commissioner of Public Works? I'll say they will have lo step dcn'l let him win In n walk; the exercise good for any- Ihal'a why we want Lo curl: right" now.' ?Uamer reached port But, Can Famous Trainer (jireiseciitivo game records made by (hta morning, delayed a day by Uie heavy aldrm encountered off the coast. On board were 2.1 Hj coolies, eight Imperial ofllcers and civilian passeDgeri. Him Courage Thai He la Plainly Lacking In? of Uie stars ot hoth leagues hul Tor an Injury lo nls aide In 1917, was during year luat ho was put out of the He sustained the hoilns pi; la Plasterer Has Whipped Some British Unknowns There la one important reason for hcltevlng that Fred Fulton, who -wanls to take anolher crack at Jack Uempsey, may amouut lo somelblng all. for nearly a year lie1 has 'been under Lhe management of O'Hourke, Ihe man who exiilolted once foalhcrwelgli t Wnlcoll, o former GCOTBC Dfxon. champign; Jce ___ _ _____ holder ot the wellerwelubt title, anil Tom Sharkey. who James -I. Jcf'rie.i Iho hnrdcal ot his I career. O'ltnurkR had bet-n idenliriecl wltii broken rib and out' of the game VICTORIA, B.C., NTov. Admiral of Uie Fleet Viscount JellScoc rcachtg Victoria this aflcrnoon, he l will he met by Premier Oliver and .all I the members of his cabinet nt present In (he cily- At Iho mem- of the; government likewise will be present nl a dinner lo he given in honor of Ihe fllallngulshcd visitor. Tbo offlciel Boverninontal visit io II.M.S. "Xew Zealand, however, will not lake place until Monday morning. Definite Information BS lo tha hour of arrival ot H.M.S. Xew Zealand with her (Ihtingulabtd Admiral Viscount Jelllcoe and Lady Jcltlcoe. Is still unoblainable. The latest wire- less mPEsagcs from Ihe haUlecruiser slates she will pass lnsfdo Iho heads al Esquimau late Saturdny afternoon. In thfs country for more lhan thirty ycau ani lie sEIII hi ihu bent handler ol profession, llo toon i_r ho3d ot Vnl ton early year with weeks, HI .nyera 'Jien his appearance on Ihe Brooklyn In field. The injury to. 'rib led lo hfs gelling away -from Brooklyn. It affected his throwing and for ft time it was thought nc was through ns a "iiK leaguer. The Brooklyn Club never was very strong In breaking up double steals ant] wllh a. second baseman n Had arm Ihe situation was worse. It aUo ivaa n handicap In slaglng dou- ble plays. Brooklyn to go to PJllaburg In Ihe MamauzAVard- UrlracE-Slcngnl trade, Iifi.had played 8-15 amcs for Ihe Brooklyn club In ivhlcb la quite a cord. The Iradc has worked well for holh cluba now Hist ti-.G Pirstos have HUC- However lo get down lo curling, we haven't been able to get our car lo the ground on account of the 2 or Ihreo reel of snow, but wo have heard considerable murmuring about' llic rink not betng flooded. Has Ihe Ice committee gone lo Santa Uarbata or some olAer semi-tropical cUmc? bive anything bul a ot curling last nature In her fulness of Justice ban da us a double dose Tor Lhls year so why hitch a gift horse to a taxi-cab. LeL us have Lhe Ice ami get some curling. The argument as we understand It R that an extra month's curling would tantinslve, cut what abiit [lie xtrt memberihlp that Is bound fo csult.--We can always hoM the I n November and December, And PATTERSON. N.J.. Nov. O'Dowd, SL Paul, world's champion inlddlcwolghl boxer, knocked out Billy Kramer of Mtlwaukec in Iho second round of a scheduler! eight round bnut lie re LonlghL al the Lyceum theatre. "O'Dowd forced the fighting hnrcl !n Lhe Ural round, reaching Kramer's hoily and head with Idling blows. Early In Ihe aecond round Ihe cham- pion" shoUa hard right cross to Kra- mer's jaw, [looking him for the count. ccedetl In rid uf Casey Sten< Wen, ttiBt (lie jatter, (f properly igcT p.nd securing such a player r-Ke-.l, could bn developed .Into fi.llerirgc In his stead. CuUhaV jf.roa.i conlendcr for liio heavy-1 lias given satisfaction to Iho PHIS' weight championship and incident- bur? club, He hag fielded well -and oily a carl I Ills hflltne has been up to his norma Fulton Jn muph dj.ifjivor wlien he accepted On- cf Betl Second Sacktre O'Kourhe v.-htly UerJiktl loj (itorgc al one lime rated a; irl Ihfl big to ErlR- one of the most valuable second base lar.d, Mhore 1-e Xncw thai boxing WAS men in the league. This despite Hiirc to enjoy grrat revival, 'fad Ihnl hl.i ball Ing nvcrnge -KM O'Rourlto probably If hcineVer over .250, was could, acnd Fulton ajalnal JM Itcck- upon wllh much reliance In a pinch clt, Ihe new lirllfoh chantnloTi, or'and hln hard wallops nenl In many a Qeorgea Carpentter.- wJlh success run. lie bad hl.i beet batting average would bo able to Ibo Minnesota of htn career last year when lio hi giant back lo the U, 3, ready lo I for Ihe Trorm'fi championship. But ORourko liad hflsn Mocked .in his .285, hul this aeVaon had to bo con lent wllh ,ZJ3r While wllfa llrooklyn Culihu O'DOWD WON BY KAYO EASTERN HATS. CAPS for O A D and Ma LA O 'ANDY'S" Radiator Wo havft the cqulprneuL nnrt Hie "Xnow 418 FHth Street South Uthbridge LIVERY We Meet All Trjlni. Hoipilal Calli. Phones: Special Hates on Countrr TripJ SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldgo, Altl. BUY VICTORY BONDS OtT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips. Phonei 737 RMldenei 1210 BUY VICTORY; BOfJDS RETREADING DONE uet-your Next By Ul. SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N -NBEAD3-OUH SPECIALTY We ftre apeclallats la .Vulcin- Izlnp Waders. LttUrMp Wirls Third -South PHONE 1964 BUY VICTORY BONDS Character wliat TTO build irtlo every lira that wo ralrcarl- or repair. Closi quality 'and durability nr-; Ihe objects o[ our higbeat en- deavor. The mnltcr of value- giving Is our calet- concern. appreciate a man as'much aj TD do his -business. Vulcanizing OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS BUY VICTORY BONDS AUTO OWNERS i TV'e marke Storm Cnrtnln.i Ela-3 and raJlalor cov- ers. EverylhTnfl for the Auto Topi THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6Lh Street Xeit lo Herald Office O.-T. BLUNT, PROP. BUY VICTORY BONDS K-W, Service Station Service Slatlon for (he K-W Magnetos. All mnliea ol inaBnoIos, ccneralors, colls paired. KiiH slock of repair-parts cir- rloil. All work Bimranleed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 73f BUY VICTORY BONOS WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES The Lawford COMPANY 2nd Ave., opp. Lethbrldge Holtl BllY VICTORY BONDS ;