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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNRSDAY, NOVEMBER M. 1917 TH.K LKTllllUimiE DA1IA HERALD PAGF. THHEE 'BRINGING UP FATHER" y G. McMarius Hein and Anderson to Meet In Return Match at Barons Next Week for Big Side Bet -Tho next.sporting event of the sea- son Is due to be pulled off at Barons 'WALTER ANDERSON jWho will Heln on the mat at Barons next Wednesday night. WE ALMA Amateur Ban Has Been Lifted For Cracker-jack Team Here which merits the name of the llvest burg In Southern Alberta. Arrange- merits are nijw under way lor staging i return wrestling i match between j Hurry Holn and Waller Anderson at tbe Barons opera house on Wednes- day, November 2Ut. whou Heln will make a bid to retrieve his loss to An- derson of Saskatoon- here on Novem- ber iBli I Tlial Holn can turn the trick ho hlm- Eelt la confident and he Vs backing his hunch with cash. A aldo _bet of 5 500 each lias been posted by (lie ad- versaries nnd the will lake the pot. Heln Las been working re- ligiously ever slnco the last match when lie stayed belter than 25 min- utes each Call. On that, occasion'it wag lie whs not ID Ihe best of.cpndUlori. He.: Is a_ stronger man and when In shape to Co the route should givo the Sasks- I6on boy. the lime of his life, for he has science any day. The Barons spc-rla arfc very anxious to see the boal siaced in their town find will turn out en masse- Hundreds bre expected from surrounding points provided there Is favorable weather [or 'the' two boys established a. reputa- tion In their, clash here a couple of weeks ago and tbe are anxious to fee-them together The City Basketball League is over. The tumult and the shout- ing over. Tor the time being and the Monarcjis are ktng of the roost. .It la understood that no effort will be made now to hold the teams together but all" atten- tion will be turned to lining up tho itrongest quintet of basket- getters-ever brought together In the south country. The "Y" here rias not forgotten yet .the defeat, handed to them last year by the Knight Academy live and the boys are out to retrieve their reputation. NEXT YEAR 'War Taxes Imposed by' U. S. Will Cause'Golf Balls and. vClubs-to Jump That materials and equipment re BCB a hie Jump In price neil deason Ja Indicated by Iho notice lunt aent'6ul by a large-New York roll1 Supply house to (he professionals of the counlry-lh'al Ihb price of plain'ihafta will bo 90 cents each after January 1. This Is a lump from V76 cents. A dozon years ago they told cents. This Is sign of' happen In-other lines. Speaking of the effect of war (aies onigolfinE eijiense (ho Chicago Jonr- ''.'Some of (he links" freciuenlera are Bolng (n get badly bunkered, for Ibe government about for vari- ous moans mouoy to carry has.Boon (o It lhal llie .dealer aa-'well as the player Is not overlooked. "Club mc'mnera.'.will', also have-to ianco to the tune, which provides heglnnlng the first'of next month n 10 pet'cent? tni'wlll be levied on'all of moro than a year. eeptloni maOe of (ralernal ortuiluUdna operating for Iho benefit of members exclusively, i "The clubs of various descriptions thai will be affected by Lhe new law 111 run into the thousands. Every golf or country, club will be Included. The law provides Tor a tax on' the In- dividual, but it will probably result In tho club collecting Lhe" money, which n turn will hand it over to the gov- ernment. "Take, for Instance, a club with dues o'l ?5Q a year and i membership of 300. The total tax alone (or membership lues would Some organizations naVo double that num- ber of members, whose dues approach nearer the murk than 150. "That Iho golf professional as well as dealers In other branches of .sport be able lo elude the tentacles of Uic'lax octopna may bo seen by (ho following extract from the new law: 'Upon all tennis golf clubs, baseball bats, lacrosse sticks, balls of any kind, Including baseballa football's, lepnta, golf, lacrosse, bllltard and .pool, chess and checker hoards and pieces, dice, games Ind part's of games (excepting playing cards and children's games sold by tho mamitftdurer, a tax equivalent to 3 per ceolum of tbo price tor which so sold.' "There Is also a tax of 1 1-2 cent, upon stock now on hand, which means .that several hundred golf pro fesalona.3 tho country' over, to sa> TiofhiriK of the sporting poods houses carrying clubs and balls, will have- to lake an Inventory to where they stand." Victory Is Iho only road fe. peace and Victory UoniH. i A Long LiUle Punc- Your Tire Gofes Flat i .1 Your spare is at Almost a disaster. But there i is a little Marrel Junior Vokauzer, toot box, i arid in ten minutes you have made a permAnent ,rc- pair, and go' pn your wayrejoicing. u Motor Parlors THE MOUSI OF ii.Bvice Without a 'doubt the material for a tf am this year IE 50 per cent. stronger than In 191G and-the boys are hopeful. The league schedule Just closed tho fastest basketball ever seen here. With the p'ck of tho three teams a qulrv-" tei should be organized which will the reit of the province step some; La it year the Lelhbridge. feam was debarred from playing lor the provincial .championship by the A.A.U. for same reason or oth- er. This year the ban has been lifted.and the boyt are out to an- nek the championship. In order, to try out their mettle they will shortly go up against a picked ag- gregation from Calgary. The Cal- gary team will have an old Letrv bridge, player very much iii evl-' Tailing. A challenge has been received from him on be- half of the Calgary club, and the local boyi have answered that they are ready to meet, the Cow- bayt on the local floor at any time. The game 1s now being ar- ranged the date will shortly be an- nounced. WJLL OPERATE ON OLEASON Vetenn Whrte Sox Coach Puta Of Ordeal Until After Philadelphia, Nov. 3. KM Glca on, who played siieh an Import an Inconspicuous part in tlio winnln ot the American league cliatnplonahl ami'Inter (he -world's Wle byM; While SDS, roturnetl to Ch.c.igo 'wi hs new champions and not com back to hla home city untfl ho nndei goes n or less serious opcralton Surgeons In Chicago advised Glea son to Submit to the operation rturln ho summer, iroultl not lisle .0 the suggestion at Ihnl time. Late ils case became so serious that it till Moore Building Local Bowlers Will Go Up to Open Them ouisvlllc, Ky.. Nov. peace so.ulion of. the dilllculucs whlcV avc threatened tho disruption of ilir .uierlcan Association appeareil to be .amlnent in today'c session of lh- S'atlonal Association o[ profccslona' ascbalt leagues. Tnc rosolullan by president Tlerney f Ihc Three-Uye league has been mended SD as lo Include leagues uovo class H. This In Itself will rate lo make H practically impossible those interests which have beer the proposal for Iho formalloi a ecu- leagues by Inking Louisville ndlanauolis and Toledo from tho Am rlcan Association and other club: rom the International league, to lielr project licloro" the" association The resolution 'will provide that nr hange bo made in the territory of am ague unless the majorily or "clul vnera approve. f Joe Tinker, of the Columbus Amer can Association Club, who had bees as Uie fence' n regard tho' project for a catruo, lias annpunccc] .himself flail; js opposed (t> Tinker not be a party lo any move .whicl would result in wrecking Uie Amer lean Association or In depreciating Ih [hveslmcnts of any of Uie club owner uow-lnHhe organizalfoa. This leave the cluti owners divided five lo thre against any change. FRED FULTON: IS PRESIDENT Lanky. MInnesotan May Some- Get a Chance at Willard If persistency ever brJnga Its ward-Fred Fnlton, the, lanlty Mlnnc sola plasterer, may some day-get Ih chance he has been aching for of mce Ing Jess 'AVlllard In a. bout for'th world's heavyweight iltlc. DespU Willard's apparent enle Ihe ring, Fulton lias not despaired o one day getting a cu'ance at the cham pionshlp. Tho lalesl move in his.'campaign Inveigle the mountainous Jess Inlolh ring wag'liis ileleaL ot IJob Devere o Kansas'City at .Milwaukee, a fair day ago. With Do.vcro thrashe Fred can not EDO a'n'y other coiilcndc looming over the'horizon, and Ja cor vlnced that U Wlllard ever lights ago, give him a chanco. Fans who saw- (he Fulton Dover scrap left (lie arena .wllli finger clamped down on thc.r nostrils, hu The big town or Barons, otherwise 'lavcllc, will be on the map wltti irge red Ictlers on December 1st so ar as Ihb bowling fiends up that way re concerned. Hill Moore, king ot owl era In' lha illustrious wheat re, broke ground for a now bowline Hey and pool room only a few days go, and the building Is being rushed o completion- The new alleys will be the very fhiest money can procure, nil anyone'who knows Hill, knows hey will bo run right Tho Lcthbrldge pin scallcrers have iecn honored with nn invitation to (be new alleys and (hey have accepted. They will be In Barons on opening night with a big band ot to bach them up. They Lave no idea thai Ihey will bfi nble lo re- peal Lhe trick put over on Ihc Uarons bmvlcrs here a tew days ago bu( they arc going to take'up ihe swlflesl ag- _regalion ot mlneralile manipulators ever gathered togelhcr. at one lime this neck of (ho woods. Spokane, Portland, Ipokanc at Seattle. January at 'aiicouvcr at Portland. January at Seallle at Vancouver. January at Spokane. January at Seattle. Second Half Games January at Spokane, Vancouver at Seattle. January at Vancouver, Seattle at Portland. January at Seattle, Vancouver at PorlUnd. February at Vancouver, Seattle at Spokano. February at Seattle. February at Vancouver, Spokano at Portland. February at Snok- Fcbruary at Port- land, Spokane at' Seattle. February at Vancou- ver, Seattlo at Spokane. February at Poilland, Vancouver at Seattle, February at Spokane, Seattle at Vancouver. March at Vancouver, Portland at Soatlle. March at Portland, Van- couver at Spokano. f FOR PI H! A Portland Opens at Spokane and Vancouver at Seallle on Dec. 7. Vancouver, B.C., "Nov. Tlio tlisl games of the 1017-1S season ;of Uic 1'acillc Coast hockev leaguo sea- son will be played In Spokane and Se- allle, according to (be schedule re- leased by President Frank Patrick. Vancouver will play against Spoknne anil Portland will clash with the Met- ropolitan) at Seallle, Pe'nfting the reply of the Canadian government to the request of Presi- dent Frank Patrick Uiat hockey pliy. era comitiE wllliin the first military draft he allowed to -tako part In the games of tue Pacific Coast Hpclfey As jociallon tills season there will'ha lit tie discussion of hockey deals and players. Patrick slated today tnat (tic Canadian government would'reply by thu middle of the week. Few players will hn affected by the they did not Llame Fulton. Tuey do- draft, tho Vancouver teams remaining clare Frtil was willing to do battle heat of hla ability at all times, anil Clio, (lie scrap as an Illustration of the old saw (hat it takes two to make a fight. who had heon regarded as n tough old liorso for heavy- weight title contenders, fallen to show. nnylhlDg more. than, a clumsy necessary, for lilm to undergo n pnlr.of njltta. Ho look Fullon'3 pum- Djiornlloii to relloyc.lho causo of his' pain. WIlli .the same determination, will power nn'd grit that always cliar- nclerlfei) Glcnson's work as a player ic. Informed Iho surgeons that hd wovild not absent hlrnsclf from itha team linll) nflcr Iho world's scries, notwithstanding the seriousness of Ills Lroublo. Every one familiar with the. situation knows that Gleaspn has hecii a highly Invariant factor In the suc- cess ot the White Sox this year, and no one concedes (Ma fact more cheer- fully Ihsn Manager Rowland. inciting for n few.-rounds and (hen lost all hla. taste for conflict, Fulton was given the verdict there was nothing clso to do. Although whipping Doyero was easr'nnd could hardly come under tlte category of an elimination contest, Fultou thinks the victory wns one more link In tho chain of evidence he IE piling up to prove his claim to a match with Help to finish tho Vic- tory1 Bonds. practically intact. American teams will lose a few men if the request ol President Patrick not granted, but not enough to affect the brand of hoc key playeil In the organization. .The. schedule' follows: First Half Games Dectrnncr at Spotane Vancouver at Seattle. December at Vancoii vor, Seattle at Portland. December at Spok at Scallle. December at Vancou vcr, Spokane at.Seollle. Dccemher' nt SpoIiaDc Vancouver "at Portland. December at Portland Seattle' at Vancouver, January 1 Portland nt Spokane Vancouver at Seattle. January Vancouver Sealltb L -January at Vancourcr 4TREET The Value on the Market Today i-passenger Touring Car Order One Today. Trices Drie'for Another Advance. Lethbridge Motors, Limited "lith StrcctSwtti WILL PENALIZE National Commission to Deal Firmly With Players Cincinnati, Xov. ot he national commission's order against major league players violates heir contracts by taking part In post- eoson games wild out consent of their cluba presents an Issue that Iho com- mission, la expected lo deal with firm- y. H la checking up players who hava playing games since the season's close end all those who can noL show permission from cluba will -bo called lo account, Evlfleotly Uie play- era belleva that the commission, rui- ng Is not seriously meant, aluce tines Inflicted last fall irero not ccllecled, but the athletes arc likely to ho tho wiser before another season opens. Among tho players violating ILc or- der of Ibc commission are several members oC Chairman Herrmann's own team, liio Hods, though it Js pos- sibla play. they may have permission 1o Several members ot.tue AlU- FIT2S1MMCWS DIED-A POOR MAW Uob FUzElmniuuE, who mndo some thing like halt a million, dolalrs out o ghting-, died a poor man. ills closest riencls gay lhat aU his earthly i :5slons will not .amounts to itz had, up to cbina-' lluie ago, a half nlerest In a farm at Dunellan. N. J-, I epresenllng about which has een'considerably reduced '-by jndg- icnts against the eslate. Several itiou- and dollars' worth oHewelryrbeldnE- ng to his second Hose Julian, nd which were to have ber hlldren, mysteriously, af- cr one o'f marriages, Df late Bob has been forced .to live on what.he could gather.Irbm vaudeville, ngageinents here and there. llob was an "easy mark" for sharp- rs hi most ot'hla financial dealings. He" was false of many-a arse, for which he-fought! ,Ono Ipular instance was h_l3 light with em Hall at New Orleans in-1893.' The urse for Ihls occasion wag J Uie orgeat .offer Fitz-over received.- He nocked out ot Jllllc of the, money to which he was enLiLIcd.. Us was.paid principally u bad "cheques. Other money Fliz allowed to, slip nroufeli hla fingers when he ?wasn't eaten out.'of It. He also lent many a lollar which never found Its way back o'his pocketa. lellcs are playing in exhibUlon games, but It Is understood rney have Connio Mack's permission. Several' ot tho playera nnw barnstorming with tbo 'nil-Americans" and "all-Xallouals" in Iho southwest arc not doing so with permission their clubs; Since practically all tncso players might oblaln such permission'lor lha asking their offense Is deemed tho more flagrant. LEGALIZED BOXING OUT OF EXISTENCE _ New Yorti, y boxing In New York elalo goes out of existence tonight, when the Frawley law becomes inoperative. Private.boxing eSj hlhlllong, however, may he held before clubs under, the. former mcmbersh-lp system ifhich pro- vailed before the Frawley" law was passed. An Will give a .great of pleaiure to your .relative or friend In the trenches. Include one In your next The Razor 1 that sharpens ,iis own blades Canada needs your Victory Bonds. OSGOOD will gives ypii -74 per cent, more light 'Let us place a pamon your If satisfactory after you have fried th'em out we- will take tfietri return your money. Tfc safest investment in tbe yiclpr rio.ME OF THE OF UNIOkiANK ;