Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THUMSDAY. NOVEMBER 1C. HERALD SECTION I'AGF, THKKB Will Weigh In At 165 Three Hours Before Big Smoker Last Night YOUNG ROSS B1GGEK FAVORITE THAN EVER Ike Cohen will not arrlvo till Satur- day. The fans of the city were ills- appointed last night when he failed to. appear at the boxing smoker iu Prank Mantell's gym. However, the Great Falls boxer sent word that he would be here Saturday sure. The fol- lowing wire was received hy the Leth- bridge Sports anil Amusement Club: "Agreements of Ross-Ohm boxing contest satisfactory exception of Co- hen's arrival III Lethbridge week he- fore bout. arrive LethbriclKe Saturday, Nov. 18, at -I. SO (Sgcl.) Harris, manager." So Cohen will arrive Saturday and will be seen in action at Mantetl's cym on Saturday nlghl, and tans will get a line on him for the first time. That interest in the match between Cohen and Ross is greater than has been displayed for any previous match was seen last night when 2nO fans crowded into llantell's eym to wit- ness the bouts and to see Young lioss in his first workout since coming to the city to prepare for Cohen. Ross wont four rounds with the fast Kid Evans, and the old boy has lost none of his pep. In fact he seems to be a hit faster than ever, if possible. He taken oft a little weight, and demonstraled that he is the shifty boy when occasion requires it. He and Evans went to it hard and the fans were well pleased with >the showing. Kid Evans is growing to be ft popular favorite with the fans of the south who are beginning to ask when he will be seen in action with some good boxer in a main go. As a sort ot cur- tain raiser for the Kid. the dub is endeavoring to line up a good boy to go against him In a serai-wind-up to the main go next Wednesday night. Six rounds are tilled for Evans it a partner can be found for him. -Kid Stafford and Charlie Jones also noiert three fast rounds to a draw last wi'iclu chamoion of Canada, at 'Krisci at the Majestic Theatre Wednesday. UP THE ELKS Win Last Night's Fixture By 250 Pins on Three Herald-Meres Next Tho Elks Toll before the mighty Giants In last night's game of the City Howling League, the Muggsy Me- OrawB Inking the long end of the score by 250 pins even, and winning all three of the games. The "Best Peo- ple on Earth" were not bowling up to form and were handicapped by the failure ot their anchor man. HOBS, to turn up. However, they have plenty of strikes in for future use ui "i. and will give a good account of them- selves before the schedule is finished The Giants were in form, ami Evans, their anchor man, uncorked a high total of 681. He also rolled high game 210. Swanson was high man for the KlkP with -ISC. lacking only foul pins of tho coated 500. It may be explained thai, the league ofnVfals'hnvo decided that ilm winner of the series will be decided by the total pins for the. live games eacli team will play. This is an innuva jtlon, but will result in evury player 'hanging lip his besl possible score in i every game. It will count when the winner comes to be decided. Hal Morgan, captain of the Mercs. J also came forward last night with the! very pleasing Oder of t'.iree boxes of; cigars as special prizes. The winner; of ihe high individual total for the series will get a box of SO Loos. -me bowler making the least number First Game Friday, December 1, will receive f.o Bulldogs, Last on Friday, while the man making the most splits March 2 hvill receive 50 Cycos as consolation. 'Doncaster ARROW COLLAR 16 o Fenbotiy The Herald "Two Bits" Fund For Tobacco for the Soldiers A.n Enthusiast on Canada 1'ass Resolution Agreeing to Do- nate 2 I'er Cent, of Wages For Four Months The Herald Two Bits Fund is not being forgottun by the good people of .....in total has Including the to noon to at ?51-25. which is pretty good for three' weeks j campaign. Keep the I wo bit coming into the otllc.-. Th N'o boily of citizens are proving Ihemselves more patriotic in l.eth- bridge In their generosity to the Patri- otic Fund this year than are the mill-. ors of Local I'niim alt. Ing who aru employed in tin' C.I P. It. mines here. who have gone sn i flu- as in pass a resolution agreeing t give I wo POT ccnl. of their wages dur- ing the next four months to the fund. This resolution lias been placed in the hands of President Grace, of the local I Patriotic Fund committee, who. need- 1 less to say. is extremely gratified over the generous action of tile miners. the good people of Lettibridgc. Already the total passed the mark. subscriptions received day the fund now stands at 151.26, I'hi! union was visited on Saturday evening by Mr. Grace ami Mac- kay in connection with thf? fund. The resolution passed by 'the min- ers Is as follows: i "Resolved, that we. the members of Loral Union No. 574. Mine' be! it'' Workers of America, of the Gait linnnv The: mines. Lellibrldgc. agree lo pay 2% 'HIP local trraB-i'two per cent.) of our wages durnlK in. im.ai 11 months from November irer of the Overseas Tobacco Fund 1317. -i% for the amount of the "ininnim basis, lo be paid ir to the Canadian Patriotic Fund. date. Previously acknowledged bits contributors since I m- sim llir'over to the Canadian Patnoti r rr SrJrS.NftCW: tit Craig. Mrs. Craig. Mrs. H. W. P. Craig. Spokane, Nov. Patrick-, president ot the Pacific Coast Hockey association, stopped off in Spokane yesterday long enough to announce that the schedule for the coming sea- son had been dratted and passed at a meeting held Saturday in Vancouver. artist well, left night, Stafford is who is beginning to show While Jonesy still carries ready for action. A. 'third bout was three rounds b tween Bob MacPherson and Sergt. Hay of the 211tb. Boh ia.a boxer as well as a wrestler, though he some- times forgets boxing that, ha isn't trying-to get'a half nelson on his opponent. The boys provided three good rounds. Altogether a pleasant time was had. and the fans are up on iheir hind legs waiting for the big bout next Wednesday. I will receive 50 Cycos as consoaon. No doubt the spilt record will start, to pile up. The Herald and Mercs mix o day night. Las! night's scores are: ELKS is: in swanson Murray Carherry Harry Wraiirht, vice-president of thp. Ellinghausen Spokane club, being unable to attend, this city was represented by proxy, j Patrick takinir His place. j The season will open Friday. De- Williams comber 1, when the Spokane coutin- McPhee gent ot ice, performers travel to Port- j Prcisig.----- land to tackle tho sea- Crawford son's champions and contenders for Evans the national title. The schedule calls! for 21 games to be played by each' team, 12 at borne and 12 on the road. This in an Increase of three games over last year's schedule. The season will close Friday, March 2. The Vancouver team, which will be captained and managed by Frank Pat- rick will both open and close the sea- son in Spokane. The introductory game in Spokane will be played De- cember a. Several important changes were made in the rules governing hockoy. In the future goal keepers will be giv- en more latitude. They will be allow- ed to stop the puck in any manner IBS 85 123 139 131 156 110 14S S3 GIANTS 143 150 130 114 210 -156 457 32G 401 418 402 469 3S3 aSl, i CONTINUEII Fisoif interview the supe.rintendont of the ,.m j requesting him to allov; tour Vivlur' i members of our local union to canvass 1 No 3 and No. r, said four mem- hers to receive full wage during the Iliine they arc thus engaged. The ob- I ject of these four canvassers is tn try and induce the miners to pay more .than the minimum of 2ft, into the Canadian Patriotic Fund; anything 'over two per cent, will uo entirely at i the option of lite miner himself." Signed on behalf of Local Union No. i'' MATTHEW LOGAN, President. ('HAS. PEACOCK. Secretary. H W Moore 524; II. Manning -V. Hyt Bros. J24- 11. S. Mars-bees 324; Margaret i Emmerson J10; J. Blacklock De-. lanys Ltd. J120; W. K. Hall 1100; Jas., .McKay W. A. Lnavitl ?5; II. H. j Elton Geo. Kerr Co. Ernest Cradrlock ?24: J. E. Knight j J30- W. Edgar F. .1. Scares i 512- Jcanette Murray 112: .las. Rose SOD; W. .7. Donohuo SCO; James Kerr, m J24- 3 M. Henderson G. W. u-a son 585: A. V. Gibbons 524; J. T. Mc-j ,h a PREPARED FOR PRESENT WAR Started In 1893 to Get Control of Rub- ber, and Now Is 'Able to Keep It Away From Hands of Germans Unconsciously Great. Britain prepar- ed for the present war with Germany iii'rt spent almost yNS ralgnl almost tblnk that three million miles of travel would satiafr any man. but Burton Holmefl. the famous American grobe trotter, wanted imore and spent three montlia this sarnmer in crorauis Canada from 10 coast, aa tke first Etage ot bis fourth million. wns new to him, Irat The country ___. provided fclm with such a wonderful variety of, beautiful pictures Uiat he now declares he never spent three more Interesting months In his ltte- He 3s lecturing DOW to audiences of two mnd three thousand at a time In fte great ciUea of. the ttoited States, tnem to spend next summer either ia the romantic, historic ceatrta ot Eastern Canada.' or the mountain tastnesaee of. the. Caniuiiin. Pacific Rocfcies. His imrrins pictureE ot Banff, Louise and tna Toho Valley are the finest ot their Mud. ever produced., irhito the phatographa In natural! colors taken by Mra. Burtoni Hohnes a revebition as to thft IMaalbllltiati ot new proooaa o( picture taking. Canada has proba- bly never been drawn to the atten- tion of onr American la a mare attractive: lashioo. MALLEN REPORTS TO PATRICK First Hookey Practice of the Season Scheduled for November 17 Spokane, Nov. Mal- whom Manager Patrick has se- cured to play the rover position on the Spokane hockey team, arrived in Spo- kane yesterday and immediately pro- many years m the enemy, but her j ilon- a commercial a And fur: V-, 0110 stops to consider, it W. Gardiner Robinson Mv. thai ruhbcr is Billiard Room eubscriplion 'one ol- Ule most important of Palace CoiifectionSry. So6; Good be the real reason why he had to soli. The new owners include1 H. G. Frazee of New York, Hugh J.. Ward oWBos- ton. Australia and London, and G'. M. Anderson, half owner of the-Lpngacre MAYBE 'TWAS CY PIEH! There was once a pitcher named Cy, Whose spltter delighted the Twan simply a bird, Till a sad thing His saliva glands they went dry: One hears a lot about the forward pass. in football, but when a fellow tries to get a pass to a big game he Is likely to find it very timid and retir- ing. Most ot the baseball umpires spend the winter montho In small townsj Good judgment. What with so ihanjr street cars and automobiles, Vhig city isn't really safe for a chap witli poor eyesight. Perry "With reference to me iuiuu. Sir Robert Bonien intends to give ill) I the premiership and retire from pub-' He life the announcement. W Murray S24; Macleod Bros. Miss F. Ernest S. A. McEachren O B. Edgett Louis Keel J120; J. Pincus White Lunch Mrs. M. P. Johnson A. Hoseiton Boston Shoe Shine Par- lor W H. Patterson Alexandra Hotel J. H. Lee J2B; LeBlanc Tobacco Stand H. J. Collier Miss Williams W. E. Scott i Pony Express Harry Smith 3. Liscombe Joe Boyd the Tailor Shooting Gallery 52, i Bill Miner J. M. Brock D.! McN'abb ?CO; W. S. Adam Mrs. A. W. Miller 50c; C. W. Stevenson SI; i A N. Jeff ?24: Wm. Graham Roy. Davidson Sisters of the Convent: Mrs. Farris A. C. Choqliette.: SIS; Mrs. Iloosa Mr. and Mrs. A. Shaman J. H. Tailing Mrs. T. M. A. Noidlg; 124- Mrs. Llmmen lOc; McKay McKay Miss TIl-j ney ?10- O. A. Fisher I It'liossert Mrs. A. McDonald Rev W. F. Burns Mrs. Davis Mrs Rose Mrs. J. W. Delay I Mrs. E. A. Rlpley J. W. Waddell F. Waddington W. J. Lloyd (additional) Baird Bottrlll Miss Amy Waterman William Paris ?6; R. Wright C. B. Bow- man was made todav "that" all such rumors are abso- lutel'v destitute of foundation. The prime minister deems it his duty to remain at his post until after the close of the war and ho will so remain as long as he has the mandate of. the people. So far as ho is concerned there has neen no thought or suggestion of acentins any judicial or other position Sr here'or In Great Britain. All such rumors are purely imaginative. NO CHANGES San Francisco. 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