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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. NOVKMBl'in 19, 19ir THE LETHBWDCK PAGE THREE 'BRINGING UP FATHER1' G." Me Manus 1LIICGAOF FOR Everything' is set for the Ander- iorr-HcIn wrtttllng match on Wed- nesdsy night at'Barohe'. Thf live town of Barons will be very much on the map as a result cf the en- .'-counter. -.Judging by matcK'the opera house roof; have to Hein well known In the Banns district .and U a.fayofite with the fans.'. He has betri out there, f. "dally in preparation for the strug- He knows U is going lo he .too. It a long time idVnarYi ihaulden have he can turn the trick IhU time. In the know declare he is In condltftlon to go the pace for an if necestary, friends here are con- fident that he can repeat hli per- formance ofiNov: 1 ,when he.took two 'straight and 26 minutes 'reipeclively.' One little' syndicate clilmt to. cpp( thoutand to.het an trieiKniin, the satisfied ;their protege the pre- 'Vious decisjon there" plen- money changing hands. A big crowd wllVfo from I But Jess Willard Will Never Have the Following Jim Jeffries Had .Ucl HU I-asI" Battle 291h pul.lhc alnlcmcijl tonight tJial Bcjiny- ijcfiiiard'a-last public !an- pearancc'u'lll bc'ln Deiivcr nn.TJmnfi5: giving his Denver :on- io ForL XJplcin a'ni Tila'llme "to 'in: utructlng (lio s.ild Glbsoa; "Bccny Is '.Very ttnthuslasLIc conccrn- iHfi hU rfrmy work and Is throwing hla 'Iritis the irorh. cWo liavo secured .vfurlougii to go lo Denver Rnd -irior (hat >vq' will' not 'ask for others." tho champion's nisHflger.' "I .ivas-liurl, hftrt mcndciraadsfactory so (h'at I.con1 can' jiso ll os well as ho ever ''In n't llio Dearer boutr.GIbaon.aRya: "This fcltow Kirkc theyiSayJg.a.lDUEii boy Infe Lhe'hljjh altlludc will ill effect ;All or which may; (riieV ona of. Ihe. on tinow; handicap which' makes' llic'mBtfli1 a even >nc .and gives. Klrke, a .cbancc "ban lie f .Gibson "and Leonard-hope t'o'lcavc ror.lhe; Rocky Mountain regloa.llie end of the presen Of late' VD'liad many conccmlnE the. .of, Bai Xclson. The answer' ibis. The lines vora written, by Ihe snorting editor ol a Memplils, Term., paper: r "Xw, go ahead and', I'll give you one hel yoii can'L niiss." "Well, I'll ad mil llial your, face f9 fatnilfar. ''I hsreijieen tore, but tfdoii'L rielieVe I fcmember." About il'ilrd parly clifppetl, in1, mean to say that you lia'vc ,rihQt raco' oucft and have forcoUen who It bolongV "Well, there Is u cerlalh familiar- ity abouL'II, ypu. don't recogniie paUling Nelson. That's 'Inlemipted Ihe the third parly again. -To he di.. ,and we doubl very. a'erJoua- ly if iv lot ot Lhe'Balller'ji.pld acriufilal- ances will recognize flral slghL ;doctorV as scored n rlclory, and scored It over Battling NMson, Iho ronc.e "battle scarred hal- tier who gafneddiesc gears wlnnlfB do- ing All promoters and fight fans have favorites, Wilson Mlzner, who has been looking at fighlcrs for years and years, Vlll let you lalk for an liour about the different good in en you liayc ECCII, and -then lie will chuck a name-into1 (he argument .int] to lialtlc you 1C you do not ad mil Hie owner ol the name was the great- est of ill em all. Bill will be talking about Stanley Kctcticl.'. lie tlic "Michigan Assassin" for n time, anil lie will go to riis grave believing (liat "KclcJi" was the besl man who. ever crawled Ihrouglrlhc ropca. Joe 'lIiimphreyE lias .mlroducctl so raani; fjghlors thai JIG probablydoes not Ihe he.can never, he..convinced Hint Terry greatest, thai ever It" is; 'assort' of rellginn -wilh jam" the hlnjis the'-sanie and Ilarrle.'has Isci'aeen several generatioiis .ot lieUlT ers since h'o: tho're'doufilable 'crnV Jack an inordiiiale iglit fan to sllll neinory of McGoycrn's'ability. "Tad" Dorgani ihe'.caribonlsl', wno as been tolloiviiig the Hsllc garae a; a specialist since IIec liun'j con there was never one llko Joe Cans, "The Boh Smilh; Ihe horseman, who liand- ed-Frflnk Erne, will argue the "merits of Frank agaliisl Uie world' all night ong. -'Tom Jones, who managed Billy Pftpke, Ad WolEJlfil aud Jess Wlllardj one. after Ihe oUiert never hesitates whcriryou ask opinion as to liq Brcateat fighter lhat ever hrcath- cfJ.i.He'ivIH say Wolgaal. Jtipmy Johnston ami "Drumh Dan'.' manascd. a loUoI igUiers jn'lh'e'pasf, antl arc ac- ivcly engaged Jn Ihe game. f Sometimes Ihcy have hurt a. half dozen men in-lheir, respective slrinL it the Enmb prohahly'one jets to he much like anolhcr Lo Lh.em, ml down in their hearts botli bold that one affecUoo characterisMc of all manaKera. Morgan thinks Battling Levlnsky is ;hc greatest llraL cror happened. Calpi Judgment musl convince any flallc 'ollower lhat this la-not entirely cor reel, hut Morgan thinks 30, Deep In ills hosom Jimmy Johnston cheHEhes a fondness tor little'Joe Cosi- er, one of Ms first ventures. Charley Harvey, a nulel, ilJspasslon- ale, .YOleraa. ol.- the game, ivho has also handled SCOTCS of fighting men, wfih about anything you want to say unlil yon Ih'c subject ot Iho greatest ot them all. Then.he will expatiate on Jem coll, Ihe Ensllshnian- the old aHccl fu (he case ot course, a m ot the dlllerent or come in conta lowers, wbo-CJii object ol Ibeir same way. Jim still has a _ souality. He aud hard to a many fistic fai still tbluk lie, ring erer prod Jess personality at fonstve sorl of In hla Jife Jctf. hafly or e' Jeff ccrlainly'ni of Dob Filzslmraons, iced. Lwho halio particular ill, beinAi mild, I riot-i indlvldiia. will never .-e tho ifcwlng that t the ferarl And !vcr tad mi follow lug Lee Magee To Highlarars. the UghtwelfihL cfirininionsliljvand c fending tl for lis'6 yfu's', part Ic I pal I In balUes thftl'wlll-y- bered Jn ring history. arrived hers ycstorday from Karls, Ark., lo be frealed for a broken erdiil bone and IS (he spend .B rtiy or two with his old friend, HoUura Nelspn Is glrlnff with Hie Roblnaoii's SHoVa, lie'came here.lo ha Iretted by Dr. Loula friend of (ha tot 'cir oiinot Urn. XraoWi Urn ritclici erwrtilnR to'Urei >1 (a Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF (ENVICE ALTV Possibility That Ross aiay Be Called For Sen-ice Will lo Bout Just one week from Friday ev- ening fisllc fans will have their first chance In many moons to sea their old favorite. Young Al Iloss; In Alilbore, hla opponent, arrive in (he city cither next Saturday or next Monday lo com- plete Iris training, when the fans will get a chance to get a line on him. Moore wrote ten days ago to say that he was In shape then to go Ihe whole The men will weigh lii at Ibs. at three o'clock. This will put lliem iu the ring around the. 170 mark, making It a llgliMieavyweJghL hattle, the .tirst in this ever staged here. Private reports [rom Great Falls Indicate that Moore Is a better man than cillicr Coheu or Yordy, and Hoss is warned 16 watch out', for a lieatioE- beea before'.Ine board and there is therefore some doulit, fis vto; may "proTC'bis. last- 'fencguntcr here for a long time. JE it'should be thai this is the caso- :UijsMajestic will not liold the. f'owd who will lo see Ihe auten. Torn O'Rourke, another vclcron, who hail champions fn his llrao, wouM un- doubtedly nntno .George.Dixon, yWhsn you gel Tom Inlklng about "LUlle you get htm on a subject thai la almoat sacred to'hinj. Hlzpalrlck, allH arlollior man- ager, who made Jack JoItiiBon heary- wofcM champion.1 of the will not mention JacK you aak'hlm his opinion oC the greatest of tliem ail. Jin will name George Lnvlgnc... The years come, and'the yenra go, hut seldom ilocs i new fighter, no mat- tor _bow good he. accmsjo be, ctttce i New York; "Nov. 19. According lo reports printed here an effort fa being made by Sliller mnnnger 'p. tile, Yankees, to' bring Lee Magee hack York club. Magce is s'alt to-.liave been waipered through boil wllli the, exception o[ York In Hit and Ciri .ctnnutf, tn the .'National. Christ} JIalhewEon Is said to he caRcr lo lo rchabHitaLloa. OUT BAIL Kilchbncr, OnU, Hev. Y A. Sperling. D.D., pfistor of Stephen1! Lutheran church here, who camo from Ullca, KV Y., Tour ycai-a ago anrl .who wna lukeii Into by: the.lXimln ion authorities lasl Vcek on a cliargo of flirting Uie enemy, la o.iit on bail pending a decision of the minister of Justice In rcrerencp (o-thc chnrges GRASSY LAKE EHNATIONAL MAW SUSPEND FOR YEAR of Ccnlral anj Three I s'.arid the formation-ol organizaLiqns were JIJ H.iScilpn, piBsiaout wl Association of Minor Ills' return tonight from c convcnlidn. A. II. Tier- it ot the .Three t League, 13 tjie movement. Sexton-will different jiresi- nUi to consider the pro- of New yort, presidenLo! liiicmalfonat Lcafiuo, said Vpmghlihat if left to liis decision, lie the susnenslon of 'Iciiie', for at least a. rear, (From Our Cirn Grassy Lake, Nor. Parker, our milliner, baa Eold her slock of. 'ancy goods and millinery and moved .0 to reside. Mrs. Brlnson, who las lieen ID for some time, was taken to tho hospital at Hat Thursday, sufferfDg 'rom rheumatic.fovcr. Mrs. accompanied her lo Medicine Hot. There fs not 30.much IiauIIng ILese fine days. Business Is Eomowhat quiet at the elevators. All farmers ars busy ploughing, anxious to get as much as possible done while IhU weather lasla. Mr. and Mrs. Lufce Ralsbcck went :o Taber Tuesday on business. A good number are in town today lo itteud lac numbers of Ihe festival. The ladles ol the Red Cross also are busy these days. They served supper in Ihe post office building Saturday night to a good numljcr. -Besides, they to serve a'chfckcn supper Mon- day olghi an'd each succcelfog night while Ohautauqua Is on. A Bu'bscriplion Is on the for (o send Christmas boles to the boys at the front. Mr, ia at llio head of the movement anil is" meeting with gooit responses. v j .'The Chaiilauqua fcs'liyal. opened' to- day with an afternoon and evening cii- tcrlaimiienU The coinpauy arrived on Ihe.two. o'clock train and put'on thuir first number al Ihree, which'was a prelude, by' ihe ladfcs' orchestra, fol- lowed 'by a yery intefesllne lecluto by Wnltcr'E. 'Stern of CaHfornla. Mr. Slern .lectured; to'a tull.hoftse, won' aiiilieace-and k'epl the', whole 'dls- .V ...The.'evcniriB .1 concerl by tho ladles' orcnoslrVwiitch was fully enjoyed by.llie crowd that atlendeii. V The committee on have been very busy all week selling Ihe reijuircd of. tickets and mak- ing all final arranKemenls.' Friday nlghl they worked till a.' late tho theatre building, where InTenferV tainiuents are lo be held.' Seating ca- pacity was made Tor-five hundredTand I was taxeil to its-utmost at.both af- ernoon and-evening, ,The Chautanua artlalsi-are proving o bo all that. of Ihem as able entertainers, and already soiuo if our commltteQ are ready'Id book hem for another seasen. Word has been received that Private iValter Ilullon, cpninionly kn6wn as had- lost litq in "Ihe .renclics, also word has been received .hat Private 0. M. Scadden had.Ipst AUAYSO: DON'T neglect your Starting'and Light- f ing Battery. Like other of your it requires attention, i ,We will Inspect 'your bat- tery free of charge; we will repairvl 11 a t a reasonable cost; if you need a new batlefy, we will Mil you (he ".Exlbt." -y 'y 'VThero'B 'tCTy (or every car.1! HARRY PILLING 322 Sixth Street S. 487 I .i'_ _ Iho York on De lion, lie son, and vt more s 101S are tb owners meet in New bcr 10. The' no' money- last sea- jar coaJHIons bccorn- fts, tlio prospects for Toronlo. Dr. George Ill-lire, .1 I'resbytcnan clcrgsm.iil. ot nuHoual rcjnlalipn nnlil ho retired from.the oilier c polnlmcntsHti fcdWecltoh 'with 'I sucral and tnls-slon-work ol.tlio I'rus hyierlun iti and. Dr. Bruce weg in linjo '.of his member of Ihe advls DEAD NoyV. '.member of (to-Ac Araerlca, and one o InsnnncC) men, died his SUh man. Life now..iho Mutual .life. TRAVEBS bridge DaseJiill-clab wjllTT.eet' wlnd.'up Ihn hnslnesfi 61 line season. ft 4-cylinder passen Lethbridge Motors, L4rnite (from Our .Own Correspondent) Travcrs, Nov. Thc'thlnl annual churclt bazaar and' concert will lie held 6u Vrlday evening, Xovombcr 30111, at PaijlEon's Hall. Sale of b'pzaar arllclos wjll commence nt 3 li.m., progra'mraR iit S.30. Rolccsh- menla will Ijc served alter Ihe pro gram. A cordial inrila cd .to all ID bo. present, Karl Jones, wICo -.and' baby, and Mrs. Henna n lloldcn and Arthur wcro out' .visiting -Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Jones'last Sunday. and Sirs. .T.' Roberts and dauph': er left Thursday for their old. home, Blip, U..C- They have been farming out west of town. J.'McCann November 'lltb, to Mr.0 and' Mrs. son. 'Jlr. ?.nd Sirs. A: G. eipect to leave coon to spetld the winter In dlt- (ercnt parts of .tho Stales. lo Mr.'ud Mrs. Wesley Dunbar, a daughter. Mrs. 0. E.''Krimp was a visitor this week. v. ilev. returned from "-'Cal- gary this week, where no'was visiting friends. Jlr. A. 'G.. Jones' son-lnlaw -E. i Baeekh, was elecltd last, aa [irst KculcnaGt of York. Mr. 'A. ,S. nuclmii is chairman lor tho Viclofy War Loan In our town. air. Chris. Eggcr visitor iij. (own last, week. Tlie dance'held In Panlson'3 hajl on .Nov. 9lli, waswwcn attended.-. The; Taber 'orchestra-.'supplied-'the. The next dance Is to'bo held 23rd of-this month. The station agent. G! W.'Qooniruii' has-been transferred lo.Acme, Mr.'and Mrs.; II. G. Wsllacp .and, Sirs. Smith wero Calgary visitors week.; Mr.-Wallace: returned .wiUi'.Va new Saxon Six Our Soldicre fight for [or them. Be a Bondholder: Dominion of Victory Bonds! v: I Buy Victory mi still more Victory Bonds. Don't put off till tomorrow the'Bpnids you can buy today. Better you; than to the. Victbry Bonds, .v.v... Trie Widow's Mite.bchind th'e Soldier's Victory Bonds.; Universal Service-rffikiyiyiclory Bonds. Save and >Victory Bond: Buy your1 start in. Victory Bonds. 'Victory Bonds Have yoii saved yqiiir ;