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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOHKH '23, l'J17 T1IF. t.RTllRHHX'iE OA1M PACK THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" Manns 1 OF OMMHTEIft COMPANY I AT A EIK.HH1 or i HE vc .IF tHE flARRlE-b THHT ISOOISV WRESTLERS SIGN ARTICLES Bout" Lined Up for November 1st ANDERSON vs. HARRY HEIN .fxT ATilclra liuve liecn signed between Waller Anderson ami Harry Hcln for B vrrcsLlinB nialth licre on Thursday. Xovcmbcr 1st, at tnr .Majestic under nujplces pt Uic Lcllibridga Sjtorts Club. -Tlits will lie the first wrestling Loul i staged In llib'cJty since Jack Taylor left lo look for bigger game soulli or iho liuc. Anderson Is now in (he city, having coinc from Saskatoon tr few day? to Uuc un.ii imitc-h. Ileln, lias been in the Barons district during tho summer, Calgary, where lie is (raining for the mutch al (he Y. ?f. C. A. Cloth'men are lieaveyirctyMs aud go to the inal at close to 200 pounds. Ifcin's Lome is In O'reat Pally. Writing lo Ilro'.vn, Gcorse Slcvrnrl, niapager of tho theatre where the bouts in Saskatoon stales tliTit Anderson Is a first cli'ss man fnd one who destined to GO In game. .'la irrcjtl'.od last Vriih AVcIncgaanl In Saskatoon, and though llu V. S. gr-applcr, ivho one of the- heat In the liusfiHua, llireir hint, Anderson (rave nccounL of himself before a pa'cked house. IlPJn, too, Ijts a good record tn Montana vherc the wrestling game Utllc Is known of hts record In Alberta. I H Is. four years ago spring since I.elhbridge fans BBW a match, the last'one staged here being between Jack Taylor, LethbrldGG's'on'ii con trial artist and Jack Warner, of Dolso, Idnho. In that Jack ran up against ft h'nag anJ received a bad fail, it Is quite possible that Taylor may lie Letli bridge during llie winter as Anderson Is claiming lha tliamploDsIiJn or Canada which Jack considers one of his most prized possessions.. Jack la In great ilemtiud acrogs'lhe liac but If Anderson'proves to be a good man a logical ypponeoi. a malcli >io two Is quite .within the ranse of possibilities. AL Moore Box Ross -f .BURY FITZ.TOMORROW .5.4. Tait Needs Manager Though Clonie TnlL Is .lurniiiE his eyes towards as ouc of tlm jitaces wlicrc lie wants to perform during "Ills tour of the west, and lie lias wired the local club staling thai lie would like lo raccL Hurry Ander- son ne.Tt event'in the local boxing world is likely lo bring Young Ross and a good man from Montana, AI Moore, wlici weighs round the 170 (jound mark- The club lias got In londj will) Moore a Jonff searcli in a lellcr he ho'is will- ing to meel the Lcthbrldgo fflTGr- Ite. Meantime Clonie Tail -prill wait. Clonie is a classy 'cropper aud all that, but he has certain ouin-' Ions of wliat is coming to liJm as champion which do not gfbD ivllh what promoters fair nnd rJghi. local club has had two or three, opportunities to do business with him but have re- fused owing lo his forgeKulncsr. thai there is sonicnody .besides himself In on the deal. The Ed- monjon Journal sporting editor lias evidently learntd, somclhing ol a eimilar nalure [or in Satur- day's issue he gels this on" his cheat: Chicago, Oct. services for Ihe'dcad fighlor, Bob will be held al the Moody Tabernacle, Weil- nestlay. liurial will be at Graccland OF BASEBAUIOO WALTER ANOliHSOH, OF SASKATOON PREPARE TO RUN YOUR CAR j ALL WINTER J5Y INSTALLING AN Weal Heater and a Winter Top O'F GOLD' WJJATHER :CAR COMING- SEE US By ou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF; SERVICE COUTH ALTA Clonie Tall, llglilxvelghl cham- pion o[ Canada, would like lo bos In Edmonton. only wan'.a aboiii 53. freT Gf'-ilt'J grosa receipts, and the'iirivilcge of se- lecting his opponent. veys Ihe gladsome IliJings to John- Mlchaels who reccully graduated from Ihc wlndsivent corner of 101st street and Jasptr to all the luxury ol P. [ilale fil.isa front. hi the meantime the Cnnndian cliam- Itlon is alleged to bo speeding to- wards Toronto lio liitcnde lifaciiiff liinisclf. unilcr the man- agement of Dnrky Daniels, nn old- lime Manager Daniels cannot ho accused of picking any iofl spots for his for the man he has selected ns Cloiile's firtit opiionenl Is none other tlirm Joe of Chicago, one of Ihc Tour llghlwejglits picked as ECr- lous conlemlcrs for Denny Leon- ard's Mile, Tall suggested Jn his letter lo Ed m on Ion friends, that' ho, did not Lhlnk Anderson, owing lo Ms recent operation Tor pen'dkitls, would be .1 suitable opponcht, and nomifiateil Denny Jl.iakell as a fitting contender. 116 said It would he a. real 'grudge' fighl. Whoops, my dear! Ami, in Ihc meantime Sergeant houls Sealer, ol Ihn C.E.F., who been hi the Ircnolieg (or five months ivlth Colonel .lirn Corn- (ho Pqriscopc tlial he liaa far siic weeks' leave of absence iu'order Ihni lip may return to Cannda. KIJ Sealer asks only onn thing, thai life uo turned Inlo Ihc same rlnp wltli Clonie Ttill, nml ho pronilscs lo knock the llghlwelgiit of. Canada from his title. Howercr, while Sealer Is certainly entitled to a vacation thnrc Is no guarantee tliat ho will rcctlvb same as tho doughty colonel In likely to lell him to nml employ the surplus energy lie Is storing up Tor Tail against lha Uosches-, Evidently Tail Is bndly mixed. He dMsn'l know wholhcr to go West ut tlis _ has strings put In'all directions. Whllo Jl toita money ID have a manager tow. Tall- evidently would be much belter oft were he to put hts Rffalrs In a hani3a, and leave the matting .of matches to him. H would be moro satisfactory to promolera al any rate. NOBLEME CIGARS "Made for'those who want the best." NOW sour IN THREE; SIZES 2 for 25c. S. DAVIS Iancliesler Guard- Imving witnessed a game o[ Ijasfc'nall hy Canadian tnar- VDlB.mosl at the elahoralc protective armor of the player and tlie catohDr as "the man ,wlib stands Ije- liind (he tiatEraan and stops Ihe missed halls." DclnlllnK Hie "jirn- Iccllvo ol Ihc catcher, tnc writer says: "His lie ail is encased In a cage or metal and loathe: and a thicKly part- "ded .covering protects His liudy from tho-neck Here is the Guardian's descriplion or llic Etinic" "A baseball match was" played by Canadian solrtLtTF un Kairfield com- mon, Huxloii, Balujdav afternoon. It'niatlc'upou llic observer's-mind-a curiously impression oC sonie- iliing at once familiar and foreign. liavc all t'tayctl .a form of base- nur scliool days, Fnv bascuall at W. B. Kester 315 FIFTH STREET S. the olil came of elp.borntcil, ami In snlte ot the strange a Merry Chrisl (jiUso in which it revisits us from Christinas, IOIS. aorosa llic AUarllr. ono gives affec- tionate recognition to H' as an'old friend. Hut (lie enthusiasm of re- union suffers a speedy check, and 'is succeeded by feelings of-jeaerve and "There arn jiuzallng changes bolh In the form ami manner of Iho game. There Is a fierce swiftness and force in llie school game did (From Our Magrath, Oci. Red Cross acknowlcrlEC wllli thanks the many nice pa reels-which were given at the soldiers shoiver held on Thursday cv- Allliough a stormy night a large crowd-were In attendance anil everyone had an excellent, llnife. In cash was received beside a number of parcels, eonlnfnlne socks, hand ker- chief 5, candy, gum. wafers, Oxo cubes chocolate bary, sardines, cjjjarcltcs anrt -oILer things. Jlr. Davlsa sent several dozen iiarccls, one [or each of- the Magrath boys. Tliesc were tied up neatly nnd contained a card 'rounders' much this Inscription, "WlshliiR you mas ami hoping will see you safe back In Cruul and Davlcs- Eaeh package contained a hot ot sardines, cigarettes, gum, nut bar and loai sugar. Those who donated parcels were: MM. L. S. Taylor, Edith Hacking, Vila Karren, Miss 'Meldrum, Palmer, Mrs. Wright, Violet Colcman, Mrs. SheHon, Mrs, Hridgc, Miss Aldrlrtgc.; Mrs. Crllchficld, Mrs. .Jenasn, Mrs. ISrl, Mrs, McConnell, Mrs. Drown, Mrs. Halo, Kdllh Cflafc. or a complete run Rrbuml, and what Hazel'P.lrlc, Ilova Dennett, Mrs. V. was Ihorc In llie schoorgciroo to cor-! Mrs. Toomcr, Richard Toom- not possess. The rules arc different. Surprising effecls follow a calch-out krnson, If- Shaffer, K. Neilsou, 3. Agnes Howes, Mies Slmp- IOB, Missj Baxter, Marian Chlpman, Jeue and Vcrc Pjissev and Mrs. Par- 16 prs. of docks nice fruit, cakes, -besides numerous other articles: Christmas boxes will be made up and sent to Hie Magralh hoys. On Ihc 31st of the month the ladies Id will hold (heir annual cnlckcu supper in Iho Presbyterian cliurch. They have a heautifully dressed doll which will be raffled off, chances be- ing sold at lOc each, GRASSY LAKE (From Our CorrcsiiondcnO Grassy Lake, Oct. K. Peveral loft Tuesday 16 sncniPa few days visiting friends in Monarch. Mr. Henry Julius formerly of Grassj- Lake, but iiou1 of Muslin, Min- nesota, is Jn town Jookinfi after hli land Interests. Mrs., George Porter of Lethbrldge was In town Friday and. Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. D. Henry loft this week to do homestead duty ,on their land near Milk Hirer. Mr. anil Mra, Jerry Pdrham Lavfnp sold thelv land, three mtles east of town, left Saturday for Calgary lo live. Bills arc out for lite Chautauquo r.'or. 17-20, The ladles aid of the Presbyterian church met Thursday at the homo of Mrs. 0. llarseh. A cootl number xverc in attendance rcgarJless o'f tie bad day and a good meellng. was held. Mrs. Win. Ludn-Ick returned -MtdJcine lint Friday with her infant daughter and is spending a few days urith.Mrs.-McNtvcn herore going out r to liei home on the farm. Jack McXaub has a ncV odge car. r Tie Grassy Like hotel Is rccclvlne g.nen- coat of paint.' have had.our first snow storm nl Ihc season, Tuesday it started to BOOTY In the forenoon, snowed all day find moiled as it fell. Threshing is ft a Is hod for tht sea- son, and the Tain and snow that Is now failing is just what MS Deeded for ploughing lo Increase acreage antl production for aiiollier season's crop- Houses are at a premium In Grassy Lake Just now, ovcry available build- Ing (3 turned inlo living rooms, ereqi one room shacks are acceptable, rnsnond with Ihc equipment of jilayers? N "Mosl striking is the elaborate pro- locllvo armor of tho nlaycr who, for want Yof knowledge of, .Ihc terras of Iho game, we will, call Hip wlcJict- there ol coMrso, ho player, who slanris behind llic ttop'r, Ihc 'missed bnlla. His encased In TI Chge.of niclal and IcftthCr, a thickly- padacjl covering protect Ms liody fromf Ihc; neck his slilpa nra tiiaMed and hs wears on ODD In comiuoi] with Ihc-incn who arc fielding, h great padrlcd glove, to act aa a buffer lo Ihc h'all when lie '.fl-fllghl Is suddenly alopjicd. II Is safd IhaL bASCball malcn, for thb 'at1 any rale, Is -tr thlnj; ralher (o to heata IhAn to be Jag. Oanard, n farmer living near OnL, was WH'trt 'by being naught In the rtywheel of a gAsolIc icngfuc, Miss Hall, nianchc Cook, HerUia Glbb. Mlaa Alston, Mrs. Mlnnlon. Mrg." Peterson, Ixtonnrd, Idell Toomer, Guii.'.Toomer, Mrs. CT. John- con, Mart to Grcea, Mary Mnllilu, Florence' Tojiilinson, A. 0. lUch, Thcta Rich, Mlsa llab- rock, Amfilta Ulumel, Irn Fle'Lchcr, Filslc Murray, Mrs. Saboy, Mrs. Nor- ton, XIra.. Fowler, Mrs. ncrT Allco Woolley, llnrton Poulsen, 'Johnson, Mrs, Stoddnfd, Margaret Watson, Mabel niumcl. Jay Ar.dcr- son, D-. R, .loiner-Long, Mlsa" Sulbcrland, Kay Bennell, .Toe (joiullh, llowaril Toomer, Mao llood, Mra. Ina Dlaxall; Wfnnfo HaamusBcn, Jolm Sirs. ,Mrsi- Clarke, John Stcele, Mrs, Rennlqn, Tumftr and Ida SCHOOL CHILDREN HELP. Saskatoon, Ocl. Vic-, loan committee Is making an effort to DrillsL the. aid of'the scliool children In sellJng They are aeXcd lo bring Ihe need- chasing bonds before Ihelr- parenls. WE OUTFIT AUTOS with everything required for use or comfort tsen. U requires not Merely skilled Tllo.'e who donated money: 1 playora. but a body of Bjieclators jiro- 1 s, rouiscn, Ncphl Head, EM Iralncd In art: o( shoullng cnroiifsrcnicnt, stimulating "Suitor people, though, they have a number o< fcilchos ciaeht ino CanadHis wKri wcris In int. crftwil bn Salnrdir were Iwb few BtiiLloo irldely AlsftniA (o glvo an domonalraUoh -of how Iho lionld live sptc- r.-. Tlicj" (1M not (6ire .the play- ylthout .BssiaUnce, bul H inors re fhan .'lhat Horker, Bailer, E. Barns, --Aoirsfl-- Elliel "-The" chancel, of baseball gaining a place public games are tiol greal. H not tha subtlo skill o( crlcVcl. "It seetus io a Sal-. ter of throwing the ball wllh ordinary swiftness', o( hnrd hitting nnd As nil.' excitement it Is B lone tiehlnd Angby "Tho malch. K03 parl of fit njwrls oy lha nuxton Golf ifnb far the bcneni of tho ATTEMPT ..TO TION ALL 'THE OHIE3 WE W6ULO BE FUTILE. SUFFICE TO 3AY, THAT HO MATTER WHAT YOU OR YOUR MA- CHINE R EQ UI YOU WILL'F.IND AT ITS BEST 'LOWEST BAALIM MOTQR CO. Of THE OF UNION BANK MAltftV HOLMANr ;