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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnDAY, NOVEMREU 1317 LFTHBRinOK DAILY HER AM) PAGR THREE '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G, McManus I Hf TO GIVE SN BE IT WILL XOU HIM AfeK HIM t OH: so TO OPeRftA THIiHKV H OF VOICE HE HEftRO ME HE bWD BETTER TICKETS: DO TOO I THVNK "HE'LL. I T Moore Meefe Ross Nov. 30 Kid Hoaglin Now After Tait Montana Light Heavy Will Be in Shape'by End of Ihe- -Month I Friday, November 30th, la Ihc date of tjiV next boxing bout fn LcthbrlfJge. On that dale. Young Al Ross will make his first ap- pearance In city since lie wound up Norway Boy's memor- able career one fine morning las' August." opponent1 will be Al Great Falls, a> light heavy- boxer who 'knows the game from every angle' of experience, Ross- u_ already beginning lo gel :frr Irlm for the bout for he recognizes that 'he (3 up against 3, tough custdfner In Moore. 'Moore has a over Jack Dcmpsey IQ his credct. 'He Has fought fully such .men aa BUIy Murray, who- loured Australia' after Moore.- Andilbouflh.hr- lost-.to the -.orieinal Frank Man: telLhe bf'Thfi 'put up' on xthat: occasion.! for- Mahtell; turned right around.- and beat Billy a few weeks, later. MoWc will be in Lethbridge a-yiieck before the match to com- plete b'ut the Tact lhat was recprnrnendcd by the same man ,io the club js enough for the fans. Ifoaglin is Bow Island Boy Who "Once Fought Billy Lauder Here Clonle TaU's next bput In Lclh-, bridge may be with South Al-' bcrla product. Through- Harry Hudson, Clem -'Kid" .of Bow Island has Issued a challenge to the lightweight champ to meet him tn Lethbridge. boy Hoaglin is no stranger to the ring fans .of It will be remembered that and Biilv Lauder, Ehifly light- weight who 'used to make Cal- gary "-a real boxing town, fought., a 12 round heir about six.- years, Hoagllri.waa only.the 'merest but he has sseri Mme tough milling 'since, flarry Hudson states that he hat a draw with Leach Cross to hfc credit. "So If Ta.it wants to come.aloni be t'lckeld to rneet him: the'l championship Vat' Hat... him' light WMtey here., knoW beenvlri- a if ;he .ivtr Hoes. Into' the That's -says-and .he knows. something abgu{ Talt'ii ed with and aWoffer TAX ON BUSEBAIi B.S. Which Is Very Good Argument in Favor .of'Continuing Game During War. If popular inleresl In major -olid; to portions ol tha grand slam] Is Iialf minor league bascliall doesn't (all oil a dollar, Ihn average Is much ICES. For uejl year Uncle Sam should 'slow lhat reason il is !alr to iiilhc general away as a rcsull of 10 average at.50 cenlB on vrhlcli Ibc new ror ccnl. war lax on admission1 fees j lar rnusl lie collected. Ibal goes Into cited today. Il is! Inasmuch, as the that roughly estimated-that C.000.000 fans tile imullc, not the promoters, must paid to see the games lor luo Nation-' pay llio (ax. baseball neit year, from al and Ameircan league pennants this lllb of llio fans, be an year.lhc attendance bolug about equal., cipenslvc luxury. For each 25 cent ly dlvlJeJ between lliese major clr- admission ticket 30 cents must bo paid cuils Averaging the paid admfjEiraj-to the man in, Ino For each at 50 cents each, about was SO. tariif be 55 tiirnea over to the magnates by the .'cents. ,11 will.cost- 83 cents to occupy baseball public. Should neit ycr.r's tlic usual cent seat.In the grand bulsDC-5 remain the same In volume stand at the Polo 11.10 It Is easy to figuro lhat the govern- must bo reserved chair in meal's tax would produce a. raka-off, the upper Her and 51.05 for a box of'close-to which, under .Even the deadheads who Ian-, would ue patd Ite fans in ex-1 Uiro-Jgh. .the. press .gate..must .pay BO lhat a tax netllng.ailouf reduce the attendance figures re- can be r expected mains to he seen. Irom the inlerlcague Slash In ISIS.. n-illalfect'bolli play- While It Is true that many. of. the [era aiid'majEnales.-'alsb'lhe'prppDseil ri.lnor leagues jiol .attempt lojiar on profifs.and Ihc uiiull revenuo operate next, year, it Is figured thalj.trum real estate The iilay- enough o( them' will stick to their era than from guns to provide an additional. reyemie tlie major league clubs this year. featn djal.'rnay jiot'-'fiil than 800 -'vert- under of Into 'conslderaT.! contract, the average salary belns tloh- the" great number of se'ml-profes'j O00.r slonal anrt. college games that will be reached '.JaOCMJOO. The 'renl'-i eatale 'played llirpu'ghoul' Ihe Unifed' Stales', [leased by the clnhs .In the It Is' fair to .assume .lhat the on big.' circuits Is valued at' haceball will 'least1. at Taklne'-ihese fipires'as a basis, it is 'the 'clubs.. Admission rates' to I'estlrnafed Oial Hie government- nest inaj or. -league parks range from iZ5 'collect another half Silion cents to {2. 'Th'ere is no [ixed scale.'lm additional baseball lues, .with the howev'ery'and'sonie'Of the big club's i -_.-._-. have At abolishcdMlle.iiuarler the i'olo grounds" for' instance, result lhat Uie pastime, under the _con- (iltionB that past yield a tola! revenue (here, bleacher. 'seals >t 50 of under .-.IhesB ciicum- very likely ba_ (lib de'cWIni-onc. The individual score'ftYid Ih e 'saines: Clarcsholra. Lelhbridge. Tho Clnresliolm'girls High School ForwaVds1'''" uMS.ciUjll loam llvod.up'to Ihcjr ElTer'mm.12.' 1. nickell S Blatlon, and the Raines agedbetween c. Gibbons 1 Mhom and the.local girls was onn o[ Die licit witnessed here. i Tlie'gamo-WM played with girls rules J necessitating soyen; players mi n Lyndona 0 A. Hardle ...0 and Tegular mark oil space for llio I Guards different positions of-centre, guard SI. Holmes..... 0 V. Elton 0 und'forward. Tliij local (cam Bowccs----. 0 M. Hyssop 0 'liecn used rules of every-' licxly Bnjv.iilaco'on.-lho floor "were .at tlrsl eume li'ack wltli" a cra'sh MonirchB. In Ibo, 9'ccond'h'alf. tween Ihe Slnrs and Monirchii_ was won-by the Purple SHIrL'i', the Mo'n- .ircifs, ofie wore win now, and the lal-1 lower Her scats at j stances, therefore, the argument In ler (cam will have IL'e championship an'd'1500 box seats, af fl.TOJ favor ol coniiMl.-.g hast- luckeV'rra-ay. produced an .-In carries' considerable them und Hie Monday, 'will ol 15" tenls'for'each'paid cduiissipn. i weisnt Furthermore, magnates Dul In" other" cities, where 25 cent'i Players arov eager to' aid the .jarioiis seals arc.abundahl and the admission Ih'erery pbsaihle war.- flrel was feahirefl by some con- S 13 p. SUrj. "'i Blvcrum, a Murray.. Clarefiiolrn 'ami good check-1 t- inff dn thirClRresholm Tho sec-'7i. ond half.'was a flcrap from start lo Irwln. '26 .'-18 Brown 4 Young 'Centre .12 McKIIlop finish nnd the Ixjlitbrldeo forwards 'n. Macb'eth... 0 Kano'.., (o locate the hoon. Jessie H. Hudson.... 0 Shand BlcVell yras playing llho a wlilrlwinil' nnd Margaret Giblione .also made, a couple ot min- io Hie score 12 all. Tlicn Just as the whistle Jilew lor llrat 'Jessie 13lchcll Ihrew In .'a nice long eliot which mnilo It 14-12 In fsvcr of Lctlibrldfc. much dlipule ..the last basket ivns and -Ihe Eiime Ityns cloclared a.dran'. .Two of ty mnunte ui the LShbridBq playcry were disabled provisions, jhV chamber EO Ih6.eame could nol.xo on. AnotK- of dopullea.last night. 'All ,tne grind- REQUISITION CORN. Nov. the., corn LEONARD AND WELSH "PANNED" Apropos to a few remarks lhat'were made in this column a few dnys ago in regXrd Id sudden Injury of Hcnny champion. Ea.id.'. "Seild Ihem to France." An- bihcr voice answereil, Ihey don't that kind over there." Three cheers were given for Harry Pollok, one of..the promoters; but they were camouflage cheers. Up in Hie gallery which was discovered on the eye ot if ere saying, "Whitman did some- his supposed departure, to Camp Ea- IhinE when lie stopped-boxing In this Ion, to draw ?1SOO a year stead ot Ihc fat purses that are In slgJit 1C he( continues ring. we quote a few lines from die' Key? York Herald. Leonard and Welsh; who lost! thoAllle to llenny, were lo an exhibition on Wednesday night, and the paper named, says: "Tho affair was supposed to lie (or the- purpose of procuring-funds for. an ambdlance for the Aiiierlcan sol- diers on .the other side and'the box- errt were expected to box .without re- U was a jlranga colncl- de'hcc thai Leonard appeared In life his tliumli. deckert put In Ills Boy 'Seoul 'ciolhi-3 leather pilllrcs and looked almosl lllCe a lier'o. Freddy. 'Welsh- also' w e Krai.ee will le rcquiajllontd an ear- "it llie ncarcBt that cbuld i( ly of er moeilng of Ihesc two teams, draw a" largo crowd. ould- liir rallls will bo lia'der jovetnilcnt control so.lhai be e second game of the evening be- throughout France at'ths some prfce. ftblr, "nothing broken If iftere been i fa( purse at slake. "Tho show -was'-a comedy all. I he way thrbuth." When-Benny and Raj Hlvers wciil Ibrousli llielr perf6rmAnces eomeone In the eallery r iN'ov. one men .nhc now tumbling over thcniselres In nn endeavor lo comply with the pro- .Visions' ot tho Mllllair Service Acb Prom noon yesterday until noon' day, succeeded In having -llie'lr fofras fjle.il. '.Ot waived ex-. einpllpn'.pTpceertlngs.-The grand tolal. registrations In Hie Moalreal'; dls; 'trlcl noif slands, al leaving 800 of estimated 'class one men' (o comply wllh the law before lo- roorrbw-midnight. lodny or .2.7 per cent, of th'e total num- bif; registering had reported .for ser' NOBLEMEN CIGARS Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE; SIZES 2 jor 25c. 3. DAVIS 6Q SONS LIMITED, MONTKCAC.. Maktrs of good eigufi for essr 7O ytan. Winners of Gold Medals: Parisl 863, Philadelphia 1876, etc. Camouflage "Kitchen, Is no more. The of wounds ;r: ir This week'. ''ts pride was wouiided By- Llie gibes Ol bcarlleas ones TS'ho couldn't" always" See tha v To tell (he truth "We couldn't-see Some of Ihc alleged -jokes Hither. So from now Uencctorward .l- "Camouflage" will mafte -f Us appcarancft C.VGO" Sat, This camouflage stuff Has been getting our goal. Everybody's springing it on ua So we're-going lo shoot. Some ourscivcs. -N just' what is this Caraouflage stuCf? i when Mayor ibnrdle himself Into The mayoral'sent' m 'r. 'And -plants his feet On the moyoTal desk '_ And Etys with a arolla V ,He'don't caVc a hang If Gwrfo Hatch docs run V That's A Long Little Punc- ire Goes Flat 'spftre is Aknost a But there; UiiltleMtrTrfJiDwt VikiiBiin in your'tool box, ri mtniites you hive made a permanent BHou-Mot0r THE HOUSE or. tBpivice FlfTH STREET 60UTH y teTMMlbof, Best 4-cyiinder Car Value, on the, Market Today Prices Due for.Another Advance. e Motors, Limited rlMh Street South L i .WHY HERZOG Or when CheL and the boya Up Barons way :Wore a pie-eyed imJlc n And swore tlicy 'didn't need Tho money I Any Way :And 11 the hoiduns dldo'L gel it t Somebody, else ,would, x That's Just camouflage.' 1 But vhen someone suggests That the name of Barons 1 j Should be changed To And not to Stickup 9 That's not camouflage, Thai's -the Irulh. thank you. that there vrlil be no effort to secure too return of the former manager.; Malhewson says'Iliat lie is to rebuild witli young lalent. In .pursu- ance o[ tills purpose he proposes to use Hath at-short, and Larry Konf at second. 1C-Rath is a.young- Bler, Ilaos Wagner has just gut a fair? start. Kopf Js not- a very old man, Ijiit never caused.anybody to.Bit up and lake notice-when Tfith (ho Athletics. Both, men ..may have Jm- proTcd since tried out ID the but Herzog.Urilh a lame back, unless (he lada- have iui- proTiul a lot, can rings aroual- Gltber ot these younger, wonders. TROUBLE IN BRANTFORD RUMOR A STARTED Brant ford; Onl., Nov. accord- ance, wtth proposals irota Otfa-ifa, UBUl.-CoL Harry Cockihutt has agreed Id'withdraw from' the field. -In North Brant in-foTor pi providing Junior action Js-.Uken-by-- John-Harold, Liberal nominee In tho. rldtne. CoL Cockahutt telegraphed his ouponent, auEeesUm" the "retirementv ol, both, Mr." Itarotd, In- replying, de- clined-to reaigu Ma'nomination.-'He had, once''been prepared; be said, 'to iaakc'-iray for Mr. that lime past 'v' One; of Ihe freqnenlly'recurrent .'ru- mors of the Winter leaeue SCOSOD, re- cently Inaugurated, Is that, CInclnnad Is ma Vine an etfoit to secure Chrirlle Herzog, who-vas succeeded by Chris- ty Mothewson, as, manager pt the Beds- The Cincinnati; olnb en- tered a complete 'denial: Is prob- able thai the nlory grows1 otit pi a breacli between McGraw-ahtl Herzos, that followed. the fifth game of tho world series. .The team captain asked lite manager to derrick Sallee' when he began to stow signs of weakening, and Hcrzog-was told that ho was not .proved that Herzog was right, and there no cordial feeling between manager and caplaiu slrico then. v.- ln Cincinnati, however, It Is said EVERY AUTIST IS With Our Accessories and Supplies l v when he uses them, on car He thiit ethclency goes with our auto snppty Bervlce zt wsl! moderate charges. We have Iho very lalwt Improvements (a spark pines onil oil olier accessor- lea and a. car equipped with thoni is at its Scat [n ejetr 'f THE ;