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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, THE LETHBHIOUK DA 11.1 HKHAL.U PAGE THREE' HERALD SPORT SECTION YOUNG ROSS WINS FROM COHEN BY DECISION IN GREAT EXHIBITION THE LOSER "DURABLE IKE" COHEN Prelims to Last Night's Bout Were Best Well Pleased Boxing funs got the worth of their money and the right change back last rtnlv ll'no TYlfltn P.VBnt Fans See Wild Go in Which Local Fav- orite is Made to Extend Himself Young A! Uoss of Lethbridee, claim- ant of the middleweight championship of Canada, last night won a ten-round decision over Ike Cohen of Groat Falls and Portland, in one or the classiest mills ever seen in the pro- vince of Alberta. Itoss won on points. Neither man waa off his feet once dur- ing the whole battle, and neither man was ever groggy. The decision of Jud Foley was popular with the fans.l though there were a tew scattering; ones who thought the uout might well have been called a draw. It appeared that Ross had some- what the better of the contest in five of the ten rounds. Cohen earned a shade In three and two were even. Itoss' firm was somewhat sore after the fight from taking the point of I Cohen's elbow when the Great Falls bov blocked. He hadn't a mark on his face Cohen exhibited a scarred nose as about his only momento of the bat- tle. Cohen is one of the toughest pro- positions ever seen in the ring here. !ROSS rocked him with everything he j had at times, but the Great Falls boy only laughed and called tor more. The same punches that put Eddie Brusso away never made a. dent in Cohen. Ross' right was working as well as ever, but It was working against ce- Not only was Cohen lough, but his style of fighting bothered ROBS. Cohen is not a beautiful boxer; he is a fight- er His awkward style had Ross guessing. He is the hardest proposi- tion in his line ever lamped by ttif fans of the south country. Ross land THE WINNER on 'Doiica.ster COLLAR 1 B 0 lor 00 Cluett. I'eahody Co.. Inc.. Makers Objects to Letting Johnston Go Unless He Gets Four 'Peg Players Portland, Xov. from B. C., that Portland must turn one of Us defense men, cither Johnson or Loughlln to Spokane is not relished by ManaE'-T K. H. Savage. "I am still willing I" lei Johnson gc to Spokane, if I can KOI. tho four men Local Bantam to (Jo Against Young Hilly Miller In Cow Town Calgary tans am KoiiiK K) to Bi'o yuuns Charlie .limes In acllon in Iho ring. 11" will appear ut 11 patriotiu boxing carnival there shortly. miortlne: editor in the Ciilsary Herald, talking Jonesy, Young Billy -Miller, who niiido such a fine showing at tho Horse Show Imlldlng 111" night thai Freddie lappi'ared. in due to have an opponent worthy of tho best efforts Tuesday j night." This capsbln boxer will be i Charley Jones, ot Letlibrldgo, who has j cleaned up everything near his weight i In the southern half of the province, i lie has signified his willingness to to Calsary and meet .Miller in; one of the all-star bouts lhatambeing I staged next Tuesday night at tho Isis riotli 'boys are fast and hard hitters, and 'lire fast oil their feel. It Is safe to say that the best Impression made I in the September houts -Miller and tlio writer saw Jones in action In LethbridKO moro than a month ago and is of the opinion that from' said Savage. "Mar- ,1Qut lvin a wjnucr all the way. l pies Dick Irvin and LouKhlill are a I- i a DOJ. from Lvthbridge and i ready on the way hut Alex. Irvin, the from and Willtt defense man 1 counted on putting nil Johnson's place, will not report. I "president Patrick says that 1 agreed to let Johnson go to Spokane. To a certain extent this is true, but it was only on condition that I sot i arlMA JB from chestnuts I. _the bouts will assume the nature of j provincial championships. BREAD FROM CHESTNUTS night, for not only was the main event a hnmdlneer. but preliminaries were all to the merry. The appear- unco of Andy Russell of Calgary, wel- terweight champion of the province. ;ave the fans a..good line on him and ON IE] 4 Sports Club Will Stage Bout Between Local Favorite And a Good One agreement 1 make as soon other managers do their part." .Manager Savage is considerably wrought up over reports coming from Vancouver which charge him with not fulfilling his agreements. Savage, not wlshin" to precipitate any internal war between the Coast Hockey asso- i elation clubs at present, is not willing to state finally that he won't let John-, son go to Spokane, bat intimates that! there are several things which must be done by the other members of the association before he will recede from his present position, which is to keen Johnson until he can see where he is going to have a team capable of hold- ing its own in the circuit without the services ot the big defense man. i From this HUM. is made which resembles the oaten meal cakes so popular in Scot- land. tans IH nic ouui.il i-wminj- cd many hard blows both to Jaw and chin more than Cohen landed back. Boss was always there, too, to take what Cohen to serve up. On what oen punches landed and aggressivenesH, the tight belonged to HOBS. l ROBS' corner t'TlSCO lll'l about ten o'clock. The boys weighed Round boys went right at it from the gong. Cohen slips in a long left swing to the body. Misses right to the jaw. Ross lands right to body. HOBS batters Cohen's body in the clinch. They feel one, another ont. Sound even. Round steps into Ross right to stomach. Cohen, grunts but that's all. They mix and exchange __3 Kid Evans and what they Tw'pKat'ed' them' mightily. JBo'l" MdPherson. In CfcSen's were Incidentally they saw Smiling Mitchell, Mantell and the in real action for the first time. Prlsco Kid. Tho main go was c.alle( Evans and Russell put on a four-round The hovs weighed semi-wind-up go which was action right from the first gong. Evans la a great favorite here, and Russoll car. bring out a bunch of fans any time he appears here again. He Is a two- handed boy with a punch in either mitt, tights standing up to it, and is cool as a cucumber. ''His style caught the fans' eye and they would like to see him over a longer route. Evans and .Russell fought a purely exhibition go, and it was announced previous to the match by Referee Folev that if both hoys were on their feet at the end at. the fourth the event would be declared a draw. Neither boy waa ever off his feet, so draw it wa's. :Evans was the aggressor for the first three rounds. He worked hard and appeared, tq be trying to end the buttle before the final gong. In fact, many believed he would have fought hotter had he been less anxious. Rus- sell assimilated all the punishment and returned tho compliment. HJs loot work was shifty and he has a marvellously quick left that raps hard when he lands it. It is not unlikely these two boys will go over a longer route at some time in the future. The first prelim was between the Frisco -KK-and Tex Berry of Tabor. that s an. i blows at. close quarters, Cohen talk- Ing all the time. Ross' round. (found lands a couple ot long left swings to body. He keeps awav frpin Ross and dives in with his left. Ross gets right to Cohens jaw but it lacks steam. Cohen the aggressor in this round. He turns a somersault to his corner as the gong sounds. Cohen by a shade Round sends left to bod> It was n vicious Ross counters with right to jaw. other left to body, swing to jaw i' Cohen's round. Round sends -in a left to body. Ross lands hard right loathe Cohen lands an Ross sends hard Indications at present are that Young ROBS will be next seen in. action in Lethbrldge against Terry O'Rourke, a 165 pound man, on Thursday evening, Dec. 14. Ths Lethbridge Sport! and Amusement Club has practically concluded negotiations. O'Rourke has recommended to the club by Sporting Editor 6arr.ii of Great Falls Tribune, who picked Ike Cohen for the club for night's mill. Mr. Barratt knows Ross, has seen him In action many times In Montana, knows his style, weight and cleverness, and assures the club that O'Rourke will give Ross just as hard a battle as Ike Cohen, If so, the fans have an- other good card to look forward, to before Christmas. .Ross will box Art Yardy at Sweet Grass, Mont., on Nov. 30th. "Kid" Evans stacks up against Young Brown at Cardston a week from tonight. Andy I Russell will go against Billy Wulff of Edmonton at Cal- gary next week affair. Get the Habit of Drinking Hot Water Before Breakfast can't look or fial riant with the iyitorn full of polions. We have in stock the. well known lines of suits and over- coats for boys, made by W. E. Sanford, Hamilton. This house is recognized as the leading makers of boys' cloth- ing In the Dominion. The ma- terials and workmanship are reliable. The clothing appeals to the boy and he, as a rule, knows. Our suits and overcoats run from sizes 24 to 36 and ssll at We invite you to bring your boy ami see them. 608 THIRD AVENUE S. The Herald and I. H. C. teams in -the City Bowling League, will meet tonight in a postponed tho Dunlin- lun alleys. The Dominions and Muggsy McGraws tangle in n league" fixture tomorrow even- -ing. in a six round ICLL LU UUUJ to jaw which Cohen blocks. nony. liuhB miiun lii... stoniach, following ill) with hard, right to jaw Cohen grins. Boss glances one off Cohen's nose: drawing carmine. Frisco ana uex wen-j UL mum. ROSS'round. It was a contest that gave all the fans j Round keeps a safe dis- a laugh and was a good curtain raiser. I tance with Ross standing up for Berry Issued a challenge to any toy of his weight In Alberta. The second prelim was a three round affair be- tween Jimmy Irtish and Jimmy OJraser. Lush was tho-heavier but Fraser is clever and there was lots of action. For Pile Sufferers iniiig that may conie. Ross mixes and are the scores: sends right and left to body. Cohen breaks away and Ross misses four swings in effort to reach him. Cohen sends left to Jaw. Ross sends .hard right to jaw. Cohen dodges right hook, Ross' round. Rcund clinch. Cohen sends eft to stoniach which did no damage. Cohen sends right to jaw. Ross conn- j era with dandy to Cohen's face. Co-1 len's round. In a game in the T. M. C. A. boivi league last night, the Boarding Club was defeated by the Juveniles with a margin of 117 pins. The following Round 8-Ross glanced one off Co- hen's jaw. Cohen sent n hardi left ]49 Ross' body. It was rather high to do any damage. Ross sent another right to jaw and the round ends with Ross' eft to jaw. The round Is even. Round hopped right in. in an effort to win by a knockout. He jailed blows on Cohen's body and face e, n ir. bleeding urolrudlntp piles, hemorrhoids Una the privacy of Jour own hems. 60o a boi at nil A box often cyrej. tttol'Wlth bookrtt mailed Jroo !n plain wrapper, If you us' coupon' below. _ FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID tmiJO COMPANT. Pyramid Marlball, Mich. Kindly Bend tnfi A Freo sample "f -J- In vUIn wrapper. Street Gray Ashcroft Davison Toombs Murray. Boarding Club 121 134 IBS 125 129 161 but couldn't find a weak spot. Both miss swings. Ross' round by a shade. Round tries for a knock- out Ho sends right to jaw and fol- 118-.- 37: 46' 41 4.S 592 169 BINGARA, STALLION, IS SOLD New a world fam ous stallion, ranking second of. al living or dead as a sire tro ters was sold at auction in the Ol Glory horse sale here for Include out. Ho sends rg o aw .an Bingara Include lows up; Cohen mixes it and misses th )larMSS stock of.tho lat left swing. Ross Bends a hard right founder.of th among MB. William Russell Allen, fqunder.of th in farm of I'ittsfleld, .Mass., all o was auctioned off. v- to the Jaw. Cohen glances one o Ross' shoulder. Ross Is declared wli fans cheered wildly throughout j the whole ten rounds. Towards the .j tf 4 last they pulled for Ross to win by n knockout, and were right up every; BASKETBALL MEETING time he landed. The referee's cislon was met by a great meeting of the City Basket- tion bv the fans. i ball League will be hem at the '_______---------------- Y. M, C. A. tonight at 8.30 for HAS SMALL BRAIN the purpose of organization and The brain of the olenhant is electing officers. All tho mem- m.Aibl> sman, not more thai, one bers "re twenty-third as large as that of a hu-1 ed to he present. is- .s-. is, an. Atom Tour in out of tbl Sffifir- i iimpli o! Oln lat Iid- juis I had a ntityr las jeirs to Inteast pxtas 1 lade uid W try Ota Belore I BBn'jed the thirii fox I found mrscir for Oa fftt in perlectly few front MlB. Yours ilBCtrelT, 3fts. (Jue) Ficcy. ATI dntiEiitfl tell Gin at <0c a box. or 6 S5.50. If write to KATXOHAI, DiUO fc OHEMIOAJi 00? Of OAHADA, UMIIBD Toronto, ont. W I ot folks bathe internally now instead of loading their system with drug.. "What's an in.ide bath? n... Well, it riirantoed to per form miracles If you could believe these hot water enthnsiasU. There are vast numbers of men ana women who. immediately upon aristae In th. morning, drink a glass of real hot wator with a teaspQonfnl ot lime- stone phosphate in It. ThU Is a very excellent health mSESarc. It is in- tended to flush the stomach, liver, kid- n.ys and the thirty feet of intestines of the previous day's waste, sour and indigestible material left over In the body which If not eliminated every dav betomc food for the millions of bacteria which infect the bowels the ouick "result is poisons and toxins which ore then absorbed Into the blood causing headache, bilious ittadts foul breath bad taste, stomach trou- bles kidney misery, sleeplessness, im- pure blood and all sorts of ailments. People who fael good one day ana badly the next, but who simply can not get feeling right, are urged to obtain quarter pound ot limestone phosphate at the drug store. This will cost very little but Is sufficient to make anyone a real crauk on the subject of internal sanitation. Just as soap and hot -water act on skin, cleansing, sweetening and freshening so limestone phosphate anil hot 'water act on the stomach, liver, Kidneys and bowels. It Is vastly more important to bathe on the inside than on the outside, because the sktu pores do not absorb impurities into tha blood, while the bowel pores FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S.. LETHBRIDGE 24-Hour Service Caters to Ford Business. Let Us Demonstrate Warner Lenses Yauka Pump's Duulop Goodyear Dominion Tires Have You Tried Yultex? CANADIAN PACIFIC AN ADI AN PACI Ft and Specks before the Eyes Liver derangement is the cause behind these distressing con- ditions, and onlv restoration perfect- natural action can effcCL Ming cure. That is why Dr. CaaMll's Instant Relief is so immcasurablv superior to tho old-fashioned cathartic liver- niils and aperient .salts. things can only give passing relief by forcihg the liver to unnatural action, and have to be continued. Dr. Cecil's Instant. Relief strenjnhens tne live.-, i-uj so brings about natural action in a natural manner. Take Or CatMli's Imlmt RHisf eomtijitisn, KliousneB, sick MMUM. diainess, the flatulence anil Si CE "d th" h'my which i. a Cuntll-i'rmKKl M PfiM M eente. from all Drugjiite and Storekeepers, from tW Solo AB.nl.' Can.da. Harold F. Kittle and Co.. Sd a Toronto. War Tax J ont. Or. CMitil'i MIHI is ctmpanlen le Or. Ca.ull's Tatl.ts. Self PropriJton; Dr. Co.. Ltd.. England. EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on. Sale. Nov. 13th: Dec. 31st, 1916. Final Return Limit Five Mouths From Date of Issue. For Fnll information Apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Letlibndge. R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. ATTENTION! Auto Owners We have purchased several hundred tires direct from the manufacturers. To get quaiutcd we will gi vo you while they last: 30x3% Casing- Reg. Special.. 32x3% Casing. Reg. Special.. 33x4 Casing.. Beg.'. 27.05. Special.: 35x4 Casing. Reg. Special.. ,1524.20 36x4 Casing. Reg. Special.. :37x5 Casing. Reg. 34x4 Son Skid. Special.. Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER X ;