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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HEUALD PAGE THREE SATUHDAY, OCTOBEIl 21, HERALD SPORT SECTION Ross To Be Here Monday Eddie Brusso Down to 1 59 Ibs. Bonds, Victors Over Ross, Matched tra''S la' working hart every day. and will .top into thn ring the pink if being in this alnnB lino and I look nrnvH.nf Ills followers to take ill mo match. 'Wild Bill Signs" Up As Yankee Manager for'17 w .ov 6. New York, Oct. Dono- van signed a contract today to manage the New York American leagne base- title, has been matched with Joe Bonds lor 6. This b held under the supervision of Promoter Jack Kanne at the let" club. The contest will be over the route tc. a dec! some days Kanner has been dickering fosed early this the fistic destinies of the giant pugilist. The matcn was interest in the forthcoming _ championshipL contest be ball club for the season oj 1917. ac. cording to Capt. T. L. Huston, half- AI co ownor the club. Donovan became I.OT i BOWLING TONIGHT ft The public' is invited to he present at the Dominion Alleys tonight when the Linos and Press teams of the Herald howl- league play off for the honor of meeting the Comps in the final clash to break the exult- ing tie. It will be some game. CLEVER LOCAL BOYS ENTERTAIN THE ELKS BY THREE ROUND GO Three of.the fastest rounds ever witnessed in l.cthhrldKO were staged lit a little smoker In thq Elks'.club last niftht af- .tor of the lodtfe. Kid SatUuvskl find young Rosen, bantams, appear- ed under wins of Frank Mantcll, who n-fcrced the match, and to say that the bout was a mile bctUT thun any preliminary tlisit was ever staged here is putting it mild- ly, lioth boys are working hard to learn the science of tile Bailie and 'mixed tilings a bit v to show the crowd what they know. With a few worts' work with Mantell as tutor, there will he nothing of their weight ihat wiii have eilhcr-'of these clever young- sters. C- Given Top Ranking for the First I Time in His Brilliant Career THE END OF A DAY AT YPRES Alice Thayer, a young Ameri- can volunteer who 1ms been working tor the wounded and dying iu a French military A cloud hung ove r the earth. fiBrce onslaught had been repulsed. We were all dazed, and worked as people in a. trance trying to get to- gether the men and nurses of our unit, so as to send as many of the wounded S3 we could to shelter and the lay where they had fall- Ncw York, Oct. Norrls Vrtl- Hams national tennis V' although he now holds the till'; for V; Ihi; second time in career, will be siven first rank by tile milking com- inittep this winter lor tin: time. Williams has "em a. victim lit fate. When lie defeated .Maurice K. J.oughli'.i in 1014 and became national tile California coimM. was fresh from it wliirlwinil triumph over Wlldiii" anil Urookes, tiic famous Aus- tralians, and had won the Davis chal- lenge His work in those contests induced the" committee to place him first, in spite of the fact that precedent had FJOMI to rank the national cham- pion at the top of the list. Has the Edge Last year Williams also held second rank, behind William M. Johnson, who won the national championship. Williams' two defeats of Johnston give iiiui an filge which will place him first anil Johnston second. Third place in the ranking probably will lie between George M. Church of New Jersey and R. Lindley Hurray, the young -Murray was a bet- ter sttckor in the national tourney than the easterner, and, as this car- ries more weight than any of the oth- er meets, so far as ranking is con- cerned, favor is with Murray. Church, then, would be given fourth place. Ichya Kumagae. the brilliant Japa MADE IN CANAPA 16 tor AO ets. Cluill. fCTbodr Co.. Inc.; Maker. THE GROUSERS Oh! we grouses w'en we trudge ,-And we 'as our little ehunt, W'en we 'as to sweat an' grunt, With our pouches crammed with bloo- min' ammunition. Oh! we cusses till it's blue At the dally round1 of Blew, With a special cuss to fit the cook wot sent it. But you precious soon will find Quite a diff'rent frame o' mind If we hears a feller grouse as if 'e meant It. We enjoys our little cuss When the Major makes a fuss. An' we likes our playful grumble at the Colonel. An' we grouses good 'ard W'en we 'as to go on While Inspection makes us chunter most infernal. But although we-grouse an' swear Wen outsiders interfere, They are given office to be keerful; They receive a big surprise W'en they start to 'Cos It's just our funny way of be'-n' cheerful. When we clmnts with all our might You can bet that' things is right An' there's nothing that's particularly riling. But w'en things is goin' bad An' we should be raving mad You can bet your life we always turns up smiling. They can sing their Hymn of Hate Till their vocal organs grate, An' expend their bloomin' frightfulnesa in strafing. But we listens good an' tight. With a smile of pure delight, And it's 'Enven 'elp the blighters when we're laughing. C. W. C. jUB-flFfflBftS .Mitt. BEAT Average of Germans is Highest, With the French Next., An interesting phase of the great war is the advanced age of the gen- erals on all sides. The average age of the German leaders is highest, with the French next. The age of these men is seen to be still more remark- able when compared to the American leaders in the Civil War. The generals and their ages follow: British uf al3e. General Sir D. Haig 60 53 56 56 62 54 58 52 55 4t; 51 52 General Lord Cavau ............51 General Kelr p? General Fanshawe General Sir H .Plumer........ General Sir H. Rawlinson General Sir C. Monro......... General Allenby General Pultenoy General Sir C. Fenrusson General Byng General Alderson General Sir H. Wilson........ General Haking General Gough.............. General Birdwood General Hunter-Weston General Morland General Snow General Cosgrove ___ Average General Joffre J'2 General de Caitolnau General General Langle de Cary o7 General Petoin............... a' General nuhail General Villaiet General Genera! Humbert General Gourand .....'.v...... General Francliet d'Bsperey General 'd'Urhal General Holy -d'OIssel......... General Cubols General de Maudhuy.......... CO- 58 55 04 60 qw, and I had difficulty in hearing siiat he said.. His exhausted mind ould find fib rest. Each incident of he battle' vast-being lived over. "Boys, it -looks .like business." He got excited. This place s like a plowed field; there, is hardly i -place to stand.v.-My are Hey buzzing so? 'Oh, yes, I know: the big shells. They are going at it hard, inrse. On with yp'ur. masks, the arc going, to "'ell. let them his arms around my neck.and whispered, "Mother, wa- ,er, please." I gave him a little, and le smiled and quieted. "Nurse, yon don't niind, do yon? You crew like to think I am at tell "Cheer' up, my I said. 'You'll lie well before long. Tonight you 'are going to the ambulance, and in a week'or so you'll be home." He 'scarcely listened. Tire 1., flicker of a smile passed over his "What's that light over he cried 'It's a French fuze eclairante; and that light gets bigger and bigger, and-bigger." I could not see ft. "It's lonely, you know, nurse; and the and the flowers and the birds." Then I knew what he meant. The delirium had set in. A cool wind was sweeping away the clouds on the horizon and the gold- en streaks were fast fading into sil- ver. The moon and stars came out, and night hid the horrors of the day. Suddenly, out of the night, came the Providence, especially, will carry weight. This all depends upon what the committee may decide to do in regard to a player who is not a mem- ber of the national association. Sev- eral stare of foreign lands who were not members of the association, have been given ranking in the past. Griffin on List Griffin for his work in reaching the semi-finals at Forest Hills, prob- ably will be given sixtll Maurice E McLoughlin, if he is ranked at all, undoubtedly will have call on sixth place. He participated in so few con- tests 'during the year that he may he entirely ignored by the committee. Watson Wasnburn stands next best, and Willis Davis .is favored for eighth place. Armstrong may come in for ninth place, and the magic 10th place is expected to. fall to Theodore Roose- velt Karl Behr or Wallace John- son. If the ranking comes out as outlin- ed in the foregoing there will be one tremendous the fall of Maurice McLoughlin from third place to sixth. Herald Want Ad Witt Rent Your House voice of the little soldier: X M PANATELAS Cost the retailers more than most lOc Cigars. 60.5 Average German: General von Sclioltz General von Faheck General von Elchorn........... 69 Prince .Leopold of iQ, General von Woyisch 70 General von LinsillKon 61 Qcneral von Bothmer........... 64 Field Marshall von Hindenburg 69 Field Marshall von 71. General von Heeringen .67. General von Einem 64 General von Strantz 64 General von Oaede............. 65 General von Falgenhauson ......72 General von Kluck............. 71 General von Beaeler............ 67 General von Buiow '1 Oonertl von Betow 63 Average ...............66 (American Civil War) General McClcIlan 89 General Hooper........... 51 General Grant 4o General Sheridan '34 General Sherman.............. 43 General Lee General Longatreet............. 44 Averaje CANADIAN AUTHOR DIES SUDDENLY IN NEW YORK Norman Duncan, Author of "Dr. Luke of Labrador" and Other Books, Is Dead. New York, Oct. Dun- can one of the most noted Canadian authors died suddenly yesterday after noon In the Willow Brook Countr club house at Dunkirk, N.Y. He suf- fered a sharp aNack of neuritis while lee ot uie nine smuici. playing golf, hand, nurse; it will help me hour later. take the stride." He was born at Jujj His eyes glowed and. he held me fast. "I died that they might live again." And then, as if transported, "Yes. 1 am going to live." And, rais- ing himself with a strength I had thought long since gone, he cried in a clear, strong voice, "Long live The Hying heard, and it justified the smiles on the faces of the dead. He fell hack Into my arms and I laid him on the ground that he had conquered. WMEH YOU FRIZZLE IN UAN.-JUST THINK OF THIS The coming winter will be one of the mildest in recent years, so the Indians-'say. They base their asser- tion, on which include: The muskrats have built no new houses, squirrels are seldom seen, oak-trees have no acorns, fur-bearing animalu have thin a numho" of Sun. 1871. He was educated at the Uni- "ersity of Toronto. Ottawa, Oct. 10. Sir Thoma White, minister of finance, today ac- Alta. First in Medium Priced Field October and November arc the choice months for the motorist. The roads are in their is n crisp smack in the air that makes it a privilege to ue out of doors. Wherever you go on Canada's roads you'll meet a Chal- mers. The five passenger Six-30 and the big seven passenger have taken first place in the medium priced field, Now is the time to buy if you're thinking of a new touring car, as due to the increase In coot of raw materials, tha' United States price of the seven passenger Six-30 will be increased November 30th by and if the rise continues there will be a corresponding Increase on the five-passengor. Whether Canadian prices will be Increased remains to be seen. The present models, due to their popularity, are to bo continued Into next season. However, our advlcs Is to buy now, Step into our show room and examine these 1917 Chalm- ers from upholstery to engine. You'll find Quality combined with good looks and performance. Better still, ask the man to drive you out in the country. When you take the wheel for the first time you'll marvel at such smooth, ness. The flve.passenger Six-30 sells for Walkervllle, seven-passenger for Walkervllle, D. S. Williamson Co. 320 NINTH STREET S., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA knowledsed the donation of. 5100 to the patriotic fund from the Indians of the Blacktoot reserve at Gloiche: No Matter What You Want'to Shoot... Dominion Ammunition meets every requirement of the sportsman: It has' speed, "accuracy and reliability, the three factors necessary.to perfect ammunition. Dominion Ammunition lk nr the other popular six.ca, IVs the trade mark of Made-m-Canada ammunition s that gives perfect shooting results. Send for free colored hanger, "A Chip of the old Block Dominion Cartridge Company, Limited, 785 Building, Montreal. ;