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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, 1917 rim LKTHmunr.E DAn.t ifF. PACK THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER G, McManus i HATE TO DECEIVE GOT 'b CRUEL. TO HE: NOT 4ET OUT OF THlb E V'VE THI5 ME OLD TRADE IN lias Met Jack Taylor and Other Good Ones, and is a Classy Gnippier KID SANDOW WANTS BOUT Mad Hiiller Issues Defi ner.of Mwlch, and Ddesn'l 'v Wanl.Mpne.v i looks as If llic wrestling game vas. ROlng lo catch on in ,Lethb Again, dormant slnco Ihe flays or Jack Taylor's detut fn the world of the maL Faus li'avcn'.l two good grapnlers hi nriion for sc Ions tlial Ihcy arc ruvalllnj; eagerly .Ihc first bout of Hie season wlicn Wai ler'.Andersfm of Saskatoon ami IIarr> Hcln bl'Great rails, hook up litre on Thursday evening, November I. Anderson has already mntlc a good Impression on the mat fans who liavo setn lilTi! In his daily woikouls al llm (s a Vlcan cut, Iruehy giaol .round Hie .200- pound fast as IIDP.V.V men co- Tlie question the fans ara now ask- Jjig la Is Jlarry Well, Heir, ilocsn't claim to be a world-beat- er he was cood enough for R go wltli Jack Taylor, pur own Jack, when Taylor was cleaning 'cm all up al few ago- _Tnylbr iron the Dalcn, but only Mler n hard, balllo whieh Taylor worked the to win. Tins is a rircUy good Riga lhat. Heln knows DID fiame, nnd ir "Anderson wnnU'to know how much chance he ha-s oBalnBt Jack Tay- lor find out ivlicnvJio" lacklea Heln here oirTluirsday ot next wecjt. 'Wrestling lias always, been a Rood game In LetlibrMgeV nntl one (lint got'the support-'of the fans so long as followers were sure I bo matches level. In tliJa case, .An- derson and Ileln.havc never seen each Olher. They' will weigh In wilhln Siounrts" of, chcli. other, and Anderion believes hu is a comer, who has n nhnnce lo, to Iho-lop. So llierc be. any fdol.iig about It. the Elioullng from this match Is all'over (lie winner has another match all ready and waiting for him Kld'Sandow of. Medicine Hal, wants to be .the' victim, nnd ho wants to resile for the love of (ha game. He money.or price he wants to-And a wrestler Ihie tar north who can keep his shoulders off tho mat. Sandow'fl ,maiinger writing Irom the Hat says: _ To'the Sporting Eriilor of (ho Herald: IJoar perusing Iho sporting Columns of your v'alufible.-onrt newsy 'pftpeiymy eyes fill on (he.Announce Anderson' nnd Jleln wers iicfioliaUne a wreslilng match. Well, Mr. Edttor, they don't have ,o look far. I don't sliorl-clr- cult any or the plans that may In .urmalloiik but If- the LcLhiirfdec. fans it to see a 62-centlaieter machine gun Jn arllon, let them malrb "Kill Bandow, Hie Minburn alrong with the winner.'. Saiidoir iltjcs not claim Ibe world's cb am pi on ship, but he docs, claim Lhc championship of Ihe "kerosene cir and Dial he can Mm nny wres- tler this far north. Now, the Kid (ioca not have lo earn Ills daily bread oh the ma I. In fact. the cool shades of the whiter season when the gentle zephyrs cease to blow, fa tbe only lime he can speml In tho grappling gome. In other seasons he (s busily engaged in looking after his big farm HP nprlli, where he does things in big league style. In a few days he will he pulling In tits big Case threshing outfit, storing speedy six cylinder Franklin car in the garage, rounding up-his 205 head of cattle to feed on tire slack, issuing a few I iiat ructions to his foreman, packing ..his bag .for his annual trip Lo de'ap'ojd California, ami JusL.Ior the ajwirt. he. YfaiilA be delighted to entertain the (arjs'of your Billy Haack, Memphis Impre- sario, Tells of Experiences, in Ring Spor( QOXERS MARVEL AT GIBBONS Many Think He Has a Pair ot IbLc Arms Ibe whole front ot I lie north the Alsnc. The enemy limited nvis- IhlmacH to boiubardlns our new line, especially in the region of VauJoseuu, I anil alteinnlcd no lufautry action. Many ooxc-rs are of tho opinion ilia 11 Our .troops arc orgaulzltiy the con- 51lhe Ulbbons rarrins a pair o[ invis- quercd grunnd. The number of pris- Iblc arras, equipped ulili gloves Just i oners actually counted lias readied as hard-aa 1 hose en arc J SOOO, auiong are oHicors, MANAGERS HARD TO SUIT lloxers Dislike Decision and Object (o Making Speci- fied By Rlngslder ilcago, Oct. Ilaacfc, vet- eran referee aiid promoter of boilng shows, has quit, llo Is out or box tug. and makes no bones about hoping thai ho never will gel back into the ae. several veers Ilaark has run boxltig shows In Memphis, and he de- clares thai but Tor the sustaining pro' pertics of a prosperous printing.busi nessi that he operated he would have starved to death so long ago thai only the olU-Uiuers would remember him. Bill also watt A referee, and because of a. naturally iiucnaciniia disposition anil a sharp sense of rlglji and wrong he goi along pretty well as n boilng (he Four Sixes Hy 1-1 1'ins in Hoi Series Harrison Was High Man When the last maple was swept into the ditch last night in the bowl- Ing encounter "between Four-Six Ilughey Jennings' llcarcats ami Har- rison's SWmiles, the Shinnies were louvLccn pins up, having taken two but of the tbree games, Tho Skin- nles rolled like demons in the first game, piling up 704 for n four-man (cam, an average1 of 17ti, per man, which is-some LnnulHiiE even lu the best of regulated tamilles. They bad Ci pins on the challengers. In the second the Four-Slics came back in plain-view. For, they argue, 11 i impossible for any une to wear on two hands as many gloves as they sec and feel vihen they step In to tbe ring with him. this view cohl-blnodcd sci- entists do not agree; and for (lie bene- fit of tbosc lo whom the elder Gib- bons' skill la a dark enigma. It may be ciplalncd .tliat nature has equip- ped him wllh a wonderful reflex sys- tem, whatever lUat may mcau. In ef- fect U 'conies lo. this, tliat whenever ilcclilcs to tell his lira in to con- vey to left band thai an opening belonging Lo eight tlKicreni Including two of ibe Guard. The stalls ot Ibrce. rcgimeniB, among them three colonels, were tnken rris- oncr. "ll Is that two enemy divisions which Had been held, rr- serve bobinil the front were engaged on Orlohcr and wcro pwt to a very severe test. "KasL west ol Cerny tho erifl- Icry the raider llveJy Jur- French reconnoHcr- exists lo Uie nose of tlic unfortunate t trendies gink In front of him, lliere Is no, lime losl between .the1 time Michael gets the hunch Ami the inflnitlsmnl frac- tion of a Etcouri laler wbcn .the vic- tim is busted on the beak, -Ilis inter- nal telegraph lo sueak, Is on triggor order, and never out of. wbaek. Qthcr fighlers have similar rcQei systems, but they are Just (lie precise fraciion ot a second slower than It winning- out by 72, for a margin of ?J I lakca lhc phantom to iftmi first, and over all. But the last game saw liar- Lack Ollt of rub rifion break Ihlngs learlrjg off .Taylor' or "any. "other .inaT artls thai can select. Saudpw makes a living growing fZ-QQ .wheat aiid.will lie pleased to donate hJaVsharc pl'tbe ic celflU'lo the Red Cross -fund> This'-Kid'Is 27' years'' old. "stands 5 ft. 9 >1D. stripped. If to eee-a real speed'-merch- snt in acUon, dale Mm iip nn his.trip Eoudi. Inforiu u'a through yo'iir paper. Yours truly, K. ALBXAN'DER. Greal Kickers There will -tie' a big double header on Thursday night In basketball circle: which Will mean much to every team In the league. The'- Monarche and the Stars and the and.the.Redi will do battle and with- the riv- alry height they can be de- pended upon to" put' up good games, r Lntt Friday night th.-uY" de- .feated In best game yet by the, clbie ;KON of 3A-37, tying the Monarch! for flnt place. The Stan 11 yet have Tioi had a full game with the Monarch! owing ta ah .Injury to a player tnd are burning for chance at them. The Reds have not fully recovered from the drubbing they received at ihandt of he "V" and threaten to make trilngi bad for the W" hoyi. The feigue standing to date Won. Uoit. i What finally pried -llaack out of Ihe game, ho asserts, was the senseless' kicks and constant bickerings of box- I ers1 managers, who seRm lo think rubbing It Into the promoters to be he surest Indication of" (heir, own" managerial abilities. HaacU has bad some very rntn.resllnR exFerionces as a promoter and has some very ppsi- ire.Ideas concerning prcsenl day man- agers, lie frankly states lhat there Is noL a manager in the business who Is willing lo yield an Jncli without ei- pccllng the 'promoter lo retreat four mllea. Down In Memphis Ihey giro deci- sions In elglil-round bouts and llaack declares this proved the slicking point many matches. Pew fighters like to take a chance on a decision anil ..onV ol'lliem want to make weighL Haack declares one-or'ihcni 'insist on certain poundage and Ihcn turn up overweight or refuse to have any dealings with the scales whatsoever; Paid Weight Forfeit To illustrate tlic most boxers feel ahuul the question of weight, Haack cites a bailie In vhtch Charley AVhtlc'was matched wllh Joe Mandol. While was. a half nourid over weight and Mandot demanded Ihe forfeit. White refused (o fig hi at all If had lo pay the forfeit and llaack had lo dig down In bis jeans and settle wllh Mantlet: "flgbl fans mate (unny salil llflack. "One chronic dead-beat com- plained to me one time (hnt lie didn't nutthig'his .team 23 pins up the game or 14 on tbe match. It was cllemcnl was lerrific. Harrison high man for the evening1, slirerliif Ilie maples to the 'luiiB ot 5G9, high three-game .total of the year so far. Lfscbmbe was second with 525. Jennings, Dlckson nil-passed the. 500 HarriEon was Ihe only Tnan [o pass ]10EO jn a manner. ing parties penetrated the German several points cud prisoners and two In Champagne ,wc brought ill back guns. CHANGE (IN HOCKEY RULES Object is to Speed up Play, Says Pre- sident' Patrick Vancouver, D.C.. Oct. Al least one change will be made In Ihe hock- ey ruleS on the coast this season, ac- corditiR lo an'announcement by Frank ma it c successful attacks, one in Lhc region or the Untie Tahure, the olher wcsl or Auberlve. Ihe right of the .Meusc (Venlun front) yesterday "evening nnd last were iharhed by heavy artillery actions. The. enemy deliv- ered a violent al'sck on our positions north ot Hill 314. Arier a severe coiiibal ivc repulsed Ih2 enemy, who was able to ntalniafu Jiicneelf in n position on our adrnnceil line. A vigorous counlcr-allnck by our troops eipellcd him artl our line wag re-es- tablish oil mill rely. Another German attack on Hie Crcte-Ucs-Canrkres, cost our without any result. "Tho. night, was calm 'oh the re- mainder of the froiil." (he magic 200 mark will] ,231 in his Patrick, prcsldcnl o[ Pacific last Irame, though Llscombe bit th'emjnoaat Hockey association, today. The for 199 lir'ilio seconu. The fifiures-coast magnate believes that by show tbat there irlll bo plenty oliiew talent when" tbe.; whistle blows for the opening of the cily league. The scores: Four-Si; Liscombe Jennings Murray. Sloan g the liickins oj the puck In cen- I Ice that It will add speed lo the pfay and the necessity of the referee halting a rush ivhen a player hnnpcnp lo block the pud; wilh hia 159 199 rtale. Olten rushes aro spoiled -when ...t 338. 135 405; the puck jams against Ibe skates ot 165 1S3 ihe players, and in.the past play has 108 515 always been slopped. This season, llowcrer, the rulo is lo be Ml GS4 prc3ifleili 1'airick to okmnles enlarEe the center area by at least 10 is! ill" IB? lnrlfect- Hc Believes'that l.y increasing ice 5'2C area In center 'Ice that it will also speed up the game. The climlnRlton of offside in this area speeded np Iho by enjarging Ihc space 11 is believed that play'Fill be made much, fasLerf All pt.irts in Connection with the organiza- tion of Ihe hockey league will b'c dis- 1TO 168 569 612 tim FAMOUS TURF-DRIVER DIES Eaton, Ohio, Oct. are tew persons connected in any way with the breeding and1 training of the JJghl-harncsa horse who. have never seen "or heard of Ihe famous reins- man; the lale W. II. McCar- thy, whose death (due to an accident In R race over an Illinois half-mile track) occurred In a Terrc Haute (Fnd.) hospital n short, time ago. The dealh ol Mr. McCarthy has been re- ceived wllh eorroiv among Ills large circle of acquaintances, and his cussed nt Ihc.Seattle gathering, Oc- tober 30. RYAN BUYS WELL 9RED COLT Georgo Jlyon, the widely known horse fancier of Syracuse, N.Y., lias purchased from N. N. Brooks, Boston, Masa., the weanling colt liy Toddy Din- eii (by Toad, dam the nolert race mare Rubyllght, 3, b': randrla see me before a certain fight and had (demise rumuves from the trotting turf Acrolilo granddam lo plank down 93 Lo gtl In. That nave one of tho old having en-, Bertha (dam of 13-, by Alcantara. 1 The colt la entered In tbe Re- view purse, No. 24, and two other fu tilritics. me a big laugh, especially when f ex-leased in his chosen proiesslon several plained to him that Inasmuch as .the years before Ihc advent of the "allenl fight was n financial failures It hiiij cost man of the, Kd. fight mu about to sen. thai particular Monarch! 3 3 Z KILLED, WIFE Nlagarii FfclleV Oct. ert ,1. 9lrlckeiy son of Jofin C. Striek- er, prominent [n loc'el'itolltfca, today hilled his wife nnd attempted suicide, The coupln had bttn living apart PREPARE tO RUN YOUR CAR AIL WINTER (deal Heater and a Winter Top AvliJLL USE OF WEATIIEH CAR OOMPOKTS COMING. -SEE 'tS BUYING. Bijou Motor PEirlors FIPTH STREET SOUTH THE HOUSE OF SERVICE LETHBRIDOE, ALTA battle. And lie sllll grumbled after, lhal about his three RlmolBOus." J HaacV. has B nlce'boosl Tor Fred Weigh and his manager. Hsriy 'ili. as being among; llio sicarest nicn i Ihe business. Wellh Good Sport "Welsh Benny Palmer here and I guaranteed the champion Hanck ears. "U prortf a bad nlnht, and the Oghl bnly drew aboul Itnmedlalely Rgrced (o accept and go with tho bout. In addition lo that I'olloVa rnllroad fares amounted lo close'to. i Woulti any other man. esnec- 'rlalljr a r.bamnlon, Imve cul Ihe price' like lhat? 1 ghould say not. They ara wliat f call thorough Hanck tried lo Match Mike Gibbons with Den llovlands and declared this fs tho message he got back (ram Ihe SI. Paul nhanlom: "1 will, boi'lor a imnnteo of you will allow me to pick my op- ponent, or I will send my brolhcr Tom for 11000 finrsntcc, there to no Gccra. A careful and palnslnkine .ralner and driver was due 10 his' early education under tho.niaa- [cr hand of tlic Djn MBCC, lie was hclored by hla friends nnd ac- quaintances. TbMe smA i feir other thlnrs drove llaack o( the came. The path of thn promot'jr, lie certainly Is wJth cobblestones. Tourg- REPORT ON F ro ner, Indian agent at Bella who Is'here on-Ms way (o Vktorla i lo report on. Iho recent ilnraago Ir, fift dlnlrlcl'lrom llo ill, itntcs, Ihtl-lh'e was cansttt Sy the meliWtT p< he.iry snovrji' ]ji. tho by wlnda and ralm. Headlight Lw To Be Enforced, Says Attorney-General Inslnicdmis have ueen aenl In Ihc iwllce In enforce the law and nlllrjals will do well lo avoid nay- Ing ft (inn M Installing a lens whlcfi will mccl all of the will do still bctlcr by a lehs which gives n stronger road-- llghl by 14% (han Iho llghl corfrcil wllh plain glaas. Government officials Len4cs on Ihcfr cars unil say "they Ore Vo'vlng sallslacl'jrj'In every way." Owners of Ford oars and nil olhcr, fcoc-d now tSe opportunity 'lens on their aiilo lamps which, aelde from the requirements of VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FIRST CLASS. 200 luxuriously fur- nlshed rooms. One blqck from C.P.H. Hotel, in the heart of the uptown business section. Iloom rates: and H.50 only. The Woods Hotel Under same management as DABripN VancmirDr's oldosl and known hold. In the heart or down-lpyrn bus- iness section (nest B. ,C.' Kteciric De- pot.) Single rooms, JJ.OO. W. D. JIgr, Write lor rcscrya lions. WeWaottoMake Your Acflaaintaace W. B. KrWR CO. 316 FIFTH 6TREET 5. EXCLUSIVE LINES IN MEN'S WEAR J'IKIM l Krenclt capture of tnis barrier would render -QtrmAnj' occunancy, of (he Alllclte valley nnil jicrhnris consider- ably1 beyond, Impossible. Important Victory? J-ondon, Dei, 21. The J.onilon today praises yesterday's grual French drive :al Sofssona. It Is aatcl ftn exposition WE OUTFIT AUTOS with everything required for use or comfort Ihc IT, fnrnlahes EL atronscr In front of the or Mid road where It b needed: Take car" to "tho Btallm Motor ex- ulnslie deattri! who will puf a pair of Ifleio fatnAfl' lenses v lamps, aark.- If ihf ;e Owoml don't elr4 yoii a hetter llsbl than you ever turn thl iM your to lie the most. since .1911, and France and (jermnny at real grips JloOi had been-making 'preparation for nn nllack al this ipol for months, nml the finest German troops had been massed Ihere. The Krcrch now i (hells' demolished the great Oer man 'forlreeses anJ In many cases the farrltona .w'ere burled In the .French Official. 1'orls, Ocl. French official .ilnlemenl. follows: T69 Germans attempted no conn- tcrrndarh cm'llio Alsne battlctrdal daring ilshl. 'dn Verdun Fronfi fn (he. Verdun sector Iho. (lerniaan atlark oh Ihe Krenefi rirtltnSns'north .of IIIII 3U, but by Ihe KMnch. Tht. coMCemenl follows: "Tk'c ctln '.M TO ATTEMPT -TO MEM' TION ALL THE ACCESS. DRIES WE CARRY WOULD' BE FUTILE. illFFJCt.TO SAY, THAT hO, .BATTER WHAT YOU' OR YOUR'ilJX- CHINE REQUlREtj'f YOU WILL FIND IT ;HEHE.'AT- ITS BEST AND AT-THE LOWEST PRICE.'. 1 SACK OF UTJION MOTOR F-TIJE CHEVROLET ;