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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTHBRIDGR HERALD TOE5DAT, OCTOBER HERALD SPORT SECTION MAY ORGANIZE A A BASKETBALL LEAGUE Attor the basketball practice v at the Y gym tonight, the play- era will organize a league for the winter and draw up a sclied- ule It is hoped to have live or six teams lined up for the Her- les There is plenty of ma- terlal for a good fast league. and from the bust players will bo picked a loam that will go out after tho championship of the province. ft ff ff Williard Won't Fight This Year, But Fred Fulton Will Be The Champion's Next Meat New York. Oct. who thrive on tlin boxing game judiciously locided to keep out of the g are ol mbliclty last week. And wel they did, for there was little space left to chronicle their deeds and m sdceds with the world's baseball series en- grossing the entire continent. While there will lie little actual ac- tivity in the pugilistic game for a few day- there are one or two little rint matters that will hold the attention of the ,ast day of Ihi" this gr. Then ho will bej-eady-aye, ualum sum than the the fight-loving fans. New'York, Oct. II. Eb hets president of the Brooklyn Na tionnl League club, 1ms given 55000 t Wilbert Robinson, manager of th club for his services in directing th Brooklyn players in their pennan of about to haseball enthusiasts who purchased tickets to the third world's series came "to have been piuyed in Broo..- Ivn is in progress at Bhbets Field. This game was cancelled when the Boston Americans won the worlds championship. And both are of 'speculation. They concern the situations in the lightweight and heavyweight divisions. Ever since Jess Wlllard put a quie- tus on Frank Moran, the question: "When will Willard fight again in de- _ 1.1.01-. Circus Contract Ends Wlllard will complete his circus en Montreal. Oct. 17.-Word has recent- ly" been received by the JlcUill versily authorities of tho I Flinht Sub-Lioni. I'at Kennedy, tthojv BOWLING TONIGHT The Linos ami tho Clomps on tonight In tho Herald Howl- ing League. Tim Linos are still undefeated leaders of the loaguo but tho Comps with Bill HiiwWns-oii hand arc soiug utrong and it will bo some match. te 1 Willard will re-, year lie cam, the ring to win. Fulton's there would be made possible only crossing his palm with a tidy sum to take a chance of being hit once by the j school of When win wiimiu "e........... fence of his has repeatedly ueer. site. asked And yet no definite answer TIIO has been forthcoming, either from the Willard Quarters direct, or through an Indirect source. Wo shall endeavor to make answer. Willard Through for Year Wlllard will not fight again during he year 1910 A.D. But do not register surprise to rend, within a few weeks, he announcement that the heavy- veight champion of this universe will defend his name to to revealed further down in the story -on either Lincoln's birthday, or Washington's birthday, during; the month of February, In the year of mi. General belief, notwithstanding, Wil- lard will fight again. The money is too "soft" for him to cast it aside with a mere snap of the fingers. He can earn it too easily by merely smacking his glove-encased hands .against an op- ponent's lithe ukin. Jess may be sick and tired of.light- ton's chin to end proceedings. So, when Wlllard returns nc' rest assured that Fred c ujtu.i will'bo in the corner diagonally oppo- iviatioh. ;iate, where of years. i' in-1 in; itook a very prominent part in athlet- thejics, being captain of both MAJESTIC To-niqht PHOIE ______________J. LAST TINE THE EVENT OF THE SEASON Lamp. flAOfllFlUrfr'CoiTUrlEi. ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF SCENERY AND Prices: 50c, 75c SEATS AT HEDLEY'S TILL 7.pm. "SSL-- lower meno with Willard or with Moran, who also o no demand for a bout be- Hard and puny Jack Dillon, hall team, and late service at Queen's. rendered similar where lie also service managed the hockey ieam. When ot-. is out of the running. Charley Weinert is beii slugged ing right now as he would have us n v _ along by some genuinely original ad- vertising by Manager Harry Pollok. but the Jerseyite will have to beat a few of the other contenders to be seriously considered. Gunboat Smith, is show- Ing signs of returning life, but he has passed the age limitations of his best fighting. TomCowlerV Nay, not after what Dillon and Smitli did for him. Fulton as Opponent So you see, it can be no one other than'Fred Fulton of Rochester. Minn. He Is -ven taller than Wilhird. hut the width of the entire Fulton person is not nearly as wide as the mammoth lish eas coas. present residing in South Porcupine, Out. believe. We will grant that he is sick and tired of fighting right now. He is and verbally tied down to a circus "contract, and must fulfil this obligation before he can talk fight. Tess' popularity is not waning an iota, and for that reason it is not necessary for him to stimulate interest in his circus work by keeping In the public eye. Flight 1'arucuiiu n "i mv. _ Sub-Lieut. Kennedy are lacking, but it, is presumed that it occurred during, Lo recent Zeppelin raids on the Eng- lish east coast. His relatives are at Nelson, pumnsi. started to build the great- er'Eat Nelson, the beuutlfnl, polished, When the Job is linished he Is KoinK to Denver to electrify his di- vorced wife. Fay KinS. the cartoonist, according to reports current here. Bat has engaged a staff conslstm" not neariv as wins right arm'of the champion. Certainly, ivill light again. Whom has now tue lightweight domain, over which Freddy Welsh so masterly reigns. Will Frederick ever consideration for a long- DHL liits KiiBOfciWu. of beauty doctor, social tutor, mciiton is Eiof deportment and dancing instructor. the recent Zeppelin raids on the Mrs. Nelson divorced him she .......--.....jsaid he was the "best of fellows but too utterly impossible." Recently Bat underwent the first of a series of operations when his ears were lanced and reshaped, and set in Plaster casts, hia boomerang nose was I silt reset solidified into plaster, and his'lips were bled and molded In tight strips of adhesive texture to come forth a cupld's bow, arched, klasabl' When it's all done, if Fay can give him another "turn down" she is a car toonlst with no appreciation for the sweeter things in this existence. i A. new handbag for women is auto i matically locked whenever it is clos ed the "means for opening the loc' ixxzrz. ifcis r uLid show any suffering fight-populace? Welsh's latest is an odor of a fin b h fig t with Charley White. Why Pick u Charley White, Freddy, when there still Johnny Dundee, the Scutch ,'op and Joe Welling. Chicago's latest ghiweight sensation? It is admitted hat Welsh has White's number and le should stop picking on poor, little, noffensive Charley White. White may leap at tho chance of a finish fight with Welsh, as the hard- illting Chicagoan sincerely "get" the champion in a fight that' fa scheduled to last mtil one or the other cries quits But Charley may rest easy, as Welsh w111 never grant him the opportunity to take him over the hurdles in an un- .imited round fight. (From Our Own Correspondent) Barons, Oct. have had an other week of good threshing weath er, and a good deal of ground ha been cleared. We should say tha well on to one-half of the crop ha been threshed. The yields conlmu lo maintain the high record set at the beginning, many stubbled-m fields being reported at 30 bushels to the acre and summer-fallow forty to fifty. Most of the wheat is grading No and 3 One carload shipped by Lee Wilson through the Alberta Pacific Co graded No. 1. This is the first car we have heard of grading No. 1 this year As yet there is no serious shortage of cars for shipping. A great deal of ground is -being fall ploughed the conditions for this being very fav orahle. Farmers say that Ottawa, vjui., iy appointed directors of national ser- vice who have been in conference m Ottawa for the past three days, gave lit this evening a summary of their onclusions and proposals in regard to and means of 'utilizing Canada s nan power lo the best advantage for he- rest of the war. There are four main recommenda- ions In the first place an inventory s to be made of the man power still eft In Canada classified as far as pos-' ible Individual aptitudes or national service and according to lational economic needs. The deiails is to how this big task is to he worlied out are still under consideration. In he -ectmd place the director in each is empowered tr grant certifi- cates and badges to men who offer te enlist for active military service, out who are declared to be giving great- er value to the State by remaining at worlc in their own occupation. In the third place men who hereafter enlist and are afterwards found by the dis- trict director to be more needed in their old occupation may be released from the military forces to resume that occupation. The fourth mam recommendation is for the establish- ment of a women's national service hoard with a view to registering avail- able supplies of woman labor and se- the proper distribution of that labor to fill the gaps left by the en- listment of men. (Special to the HerUd) Magrath, Oct. 20% of the erain in this district has been thresh- ed to date, and with a continuation of good weather, another three weeks vlll see the completion of all the Jireshiug. The three elevators at Ma- grath are nearly filled, and the pinch of a car shortage is beginning to be telt. An important deal in horso circles was pulled off yesterday, when Everet R Hunt, of Diamond City, purchased from K W Bradshaw two of Ills brood 1 mares a filly, and a two-year-old atal- Illoii the last sired by the famous 'pink unaeteated Percheron wherever shown, twice world's champion at ex- hibitions In Chicago. Pink was owned by Mr Eradshaw a number of years before his decease, which happened at his ranch south of town nearly two years ago. For use in connection with a piano or organ keyboard a Swedish inven- tor has perfected electrical, apparatus that transcribes music as. It Is com- posed on a. wax ribbon, from which it may be copied. 111 1CCTIP To-morrow RIHllLU lib -Only Wed. Oct.18 "His Whole- Life Work Become Centred In the Reclama- tion of the Kings Basin Desert. L. C. YEOMAN offers The Dramatization by Mark Swan, of the Western Classic i By Harold Bell Wright i (Special to the Herald) Raymond, Oct. Rev. Mr Simpson, who has filled the pulpit'o the Presbyterian church at Raymond IS falilstlrllne nnd New Dayton, for the pas orame. rm-misio "i m'3 i two years just received word of hi ploughed land will be almost as good Bt Wallace, Ont., summer-fallow and therefore so Suffer From Piles 0 matter How Ions' or how 1 vour druggist today ana gst a _ cent bor of Tyramld Pile Treatment. It will EivB quick relief, and a alnela box often A trial package SSled free In Plain wrapper 11 you send us coupon below. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DREG COSTPANT. 880 Pyramid Bids.. Mich. Klnfllr send me a Free sample of in plain wrapper. With VIRGINIA HARDY A Strong CMt of Well Known Pl.yer.. A fc.ut.fu. ,n HENci 'THE ORIGINAL COMPANY. SEATS AT HEDUEY'8 NOW Prices: 50c, 25c. HEAD STUFFED FROM j CATARRH OR A COLD: Says Cream Applied fa Ojem'Aif B'gM Up. as far as moisture and preparation of the land goes next year should be an- other bumper year. CIGAR SMOKERS PLEASE NOTE- TkUwaUwwe LA PLAZA CMpctitin wilt It" PlilUelpMa 1876. JAL TO MOST CIGAR SOBC T.luccoMiU will far MR in oiler WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "LA PLAZA" OJUCflMTZO S. DAVIS SONS, timild, MONTREAL WHY? IKM'M we life mill CifVl loc kill north-east of Ottawa. M ud Mrs. Simpson will leave shortly or their new home. Rev Mr Simpson is one of the old- st pastors in the Presbyterian minis- rv in Canada. He has filled various ulpits in the east and west, also in California. He came direct from that tate to Raymond. While here he has nade a wide circle of friends of. all enomtiiations. It is not known who will succeed Mr. Simpson, but a suc- cessor will likely be named at an-eafly ate. AEROPLANE FACTORY WILL CO8T MILLION vlliwa, Oct. is stated that the aeroplane factory which will he established in Canada as the result of inquiries made by the impena munitions board, will cost approxi mntely It. will be equip ped to turn out six machines a week C S WilcoK. of Hamilton, ehalrmai of the glee! Company of Canada, wll supervise the manufacture of ny ing machines, Instant waiting. .Your clogged nostrils open right up; the air passages of your head clew and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness. No struggling for breathe at night, raur cold or catarrh disappears. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm (rom your druggist now Apply a little of this frngrmut. antiseptic, icaling cream in your nostrils. lit pen- etrates through every air-passage of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and renet conies instantly. Next Saturdny, Maj estic October ONE DAY ONLY, MATINEE AND NIOHT B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE EVER POPULAR f Famous Bostonians in x 'TE ROSE OF HONOLULU'1 It's just fine: Don't stay stuffed-up THE 3REAT RED FEATHER PRODUCTION "THE HEART OF and Saturday CHARLIE CHAPLIN in WILL POSITIVELY BE SHOWN TONIGHT IN "THE HI GH R O AET A LAST TONltSMT Winntfreil Greenwood and ErankHn Ritchie in v. INNER STRU< COMINO WEDNMOAY-THUB Win. J. ClifWtil "THE BAIT" A Powerful ;