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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LETHBlUnttE DAILY HKHALD FtUIXVY, OCTOBEIl 31. 1919 VBRINGING UP FATHER" Bv G. Me Manila 'jO PROUD OF KITCHEN I WANT TO AEE IT FIRST LiyERY We Hec'l All Tnlni. KojpiUI Calli. Phones: Special Halts on Couutrr Trips SPENCE BROS. LcthbrTdge, Alii. BUY VICTORY BONDS Tommy Burns Was One of the Best Learned to Fight on Lacrosse Field By Ed. Hughes Tommy ihr Canadian, was one of ihc must singular lynt-s fghtiiig men in the history of the hc-ary-weighl champions ot the J QucocEbury Realm. For one Uiiug. I to was the- smallest man. in point jof stature, thai CTOF won thai honor, Patricks and played ivith the Yun- Tommy, whoso aliicude measured cti-iver loam the fJTe feel and n most ot the lime as a fl verlrablc dwarf compared lo Tliat year ihr Millionaires yon Sullivan, JeLTries, Fiizsunmons Hums -vas 1 He has starred ever since. Taber Chef AVHI Take The'folloiviug year, 19K Lloyd Charge of Vancouver Toam on Ice i moved up lo the leit wing posiucn [aoil here he proved Ihc same star he the year belore. His slick- handling and skp.tlng were features raid with .interest! ibat Coot, formerly ol the. fam- ous Tcvber is LO have charge tbt playing end of '.he Vancouver In tie Pacific Coast acckey- league this winter. VranS Strict, who aas managed [lie ils organization, Ilnds that he attend lo lolh the playing r.nj rie business ends or the game at tiic si'h'i time, liuia itc appui i Patrick couldn't, bare made-a popular' choice, for Llord Cook is nr.L.' only n goca bul also a pon- one. Vsher, Alberta, claims :is Us v.a He !s tbe owner 'of s in ihat district and lu lie sum- lie spends bis lime lookiuR a.fler -1- iviiile in Inq r.-inter he clrclrifiss :.'i? Jans oul on the ivlth his won- .A few' years ago there tvc" several o[ the Cooh family living j-io-ind Tflhs-r and they organized a 1 ocrtay Learn. As everyone now Unoivs. I.iayd was the star of the tez.m. There six Cooks on the team. Tour dtj Them beinif brothers, Ihc oifier two IJR- no relntion to and luvrela- HOQ to each other. The name as was the s.vlor in won a heavyweight i title even some claim, it was world's thoueb. achiered in a period of pugilistic decadence. V.'ith Iho ivinninj; ol the championship Tommy Burns inau- j gurctert the era nl ihe In when was transrerrtd to Ihat year. the squired- circle. The the Victoria imnchisc lhaL ever held the-tttle. wenlVith U- Oa Ihe.Caoaries he was the- bright siar. He played nearly liosilion on the team aud shone wherever he was placed. the Spokane team hroke the following year Franfc Patrick grab bed Uoyd lor Lhe Vancouver team e1 his play ins went a long way Ilnancier in Fmallcsi Tommy Kpotanc. Cook hail the highest business acumen of any pi the previous llLle-holdcrs. He was the first to de- mand and receive win, or diaw for n battle. Hums re- ceived this amount when he Eost his to Jack Johnson- in Australia. I Jeffries. JohDffiri, lard- and look .their cue in the met MLllloDaires up in the i keeping race. Lasi year he was captain of the Terminals and he was well liked by both ihe players and fans. Although a really Cook can well lafce care of himself if Ihc occasion demands it, Frank Patrick could not liave picked a heller man Tor ths Here's Lloyd. FAMOUS STALLION GOES TO SWEDEN Ky., Oct. rice.' C.07Vj. Dinner ot tlie only alx- heat'', liltiriiy evtr trotted orcr tho terror big'purses from tho doughty little Canadian, wbo today lives at 4ase under his own Tine and fig tree on-the spoils ol haitle won by his hardy fists aud shrewd brain. Burns was n professional lacrosse before he took up the fistic in earnest. It 11 aa in this strenuous game .that little Tommy developed The wonderful stamina and slout physic which was later lo j carry him through mnny a hard !fought battle to IMP world's title. 'When Burns first'started In fight- ing professionally in C'.mada, he en- tered the is a welter-weight. Taking on weight rapidly Tommy soon grew lo heavy-weigh I propor- His first gcod battle as a heavyweight was with old BOWLERS MEET TONIGHT AH bowlers Interested in tho v formation o( a Five. Pill v League arc requested to meet. ai the Dominion (AUej's tonight al i o'clock sharp. All tCHins v wiehing lo enter have representative on hand, ?o llml schedule can be drawn up auO other a [range-incuts completed. v NEED OF RELIEF I them and iL stu6k. .-The! Lexington'-grand circuit iracK, two Bolne "a "conpi. a won theamaleur 1 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING-.- OVERLAND SALES P. M. McKLNNON REAR UNION BANK BUY VICTbHY BONDS "GUNBOAT" LICKED AGAIN he lost after another bout a; 140 pounds, Benny L jthe same length ivish ;h; meet Jimmy Durfy. ot Lo. _That was in Hums was jus'. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. Inlo a lirsi class heavy. Icorcilck llght-heaVywelght champion watght and Ills rapid improvement. iofEccIarjd was given a decision over i meteoric in fact, Is revealed by the "Gunboat" Smith In a four' round boutj fact that in his r.eic hattle Ifc es- htre- last night. taWMieil claim to ihe heavy- Jwa'ght championship of America. Duma was a peculiarly developed hap. Small na he Tommy .s sheathed from head to foot with powerful, pliant One of his oddest characteristics wig reach. as long 23 .Tim Jeffries' him- good 72 1-4 Inches. Hums was L "while Joe Wclcotl'1 and he had he Berserker fighting Instinct highly levelapfld. Burns whipped Marvin Harold Rolph Who Made Great Name in Army Events Mccls His Match Reeve bent Harold Jlolph in their twenty- round match at Ihe Ulnj reccnlly. '.It iwas a dour, hard struggle, with neither 'man showing much holing ability, but i Reeve lasted Ihc better and it was nearly a case of knockout in tlie lasl round. From elarl to finish it wasacuddl ing match and the referee was'in the ring from the first round. Peeve looX- fitter thau he did-Ihe last time, 1 saw him but he still carries a lot. ot lank, as Mr. F. B. would say. Both were slow, but Reeve, when IIE used hls-straighl-Ieft, had lucst erteclivc attack ami showed, to inosI advantage in Itie open work. He also used the right on Ihc ribs troin- e'ndously In Hie interminable clinches and to theso. blows Ilblph seemed to have no defence. Rolph frequently landed with the right and once or twice got 3 straight left home to the mouih, but niore tre: qucntly he slung his-left and it landed high or on the shoulder or even on ihe back ot Reeve's head. Generally speaking "Reeve was'the more aggressive and ho only had one really had round, the ]3ih. llien Ralph ipimlsticd him severely with letts aud rights lo the face and Jaw, find It looked as if the Canadian might pull olf the bout. Otherwise ihe contest proceeded on ;ry even lines nnd there was little in it up fo the end of the I5lli round. Then Rolph the body punishment he had received and Itccvc; forged all cad. In the 20lh round Rolph went down before n rain of blows and had Just got on his feet when the gong brought tbe end of Ihc match. Joe llRckc.lt was an Interested spec- tator o( Iho match, The champion __ ._ ca'rae In for a great reception from a X.Y.. in ;i ly-roiinil contest wUh a ret- packed when Introduced by the Lucky Rirlkr, OL-I. ?C, IMS. I Editor Herald. I arc glad lo sec ihe aid you aro giving tbc Women's Civic Society arjcl too fund you have started to ratae for the purchase of shoes and rubbers for ihe needy children of the south counlry. and I feel nssurcd Ihc busi- ness men and people of Lcthtmdge will generously respond. TbVs coIJ snap with snow has found many a poor farmer and his family without jiroper clothing or a sufllcleut supply of coal to keep Ihc women and chil- dren warm. N'o cash, no coal, Is the slogan of] all the- mines and If you have not LI I spring calf or bemcthing lu exchange for ihe conl your (aurily is obliged lo J suffer. Any day you will find the I farmers hunllng: placca to dig their I supply of winter coal, and iit the old j Kipnen mine you will gee many every j day digging into the embankment and getting out Ihe needful lo keep tliolrj wives and children warm. How would some of the government olllclala liko the lask? Ilellerc me, after they Lad i been at it a few ilays with back and anus sore, they would move a little faster than they are doing al tho pre3' Leonard eres's nlghl. H al Tulsa, Oklahoma, referee, announced here last P. J, MOSS. Automobile Owners! Why Run Chances of Ftefezing Your Nopth fS AB30LUTEt.Y- Unrftr the Severest We Hav't'-in This Country. Guaranteed Not -To Contain "Calciiira1 Chloride or Silicate of Soda.. No ShafclriQ, No Stirrlno Required, Tteiiialhs'in Solution forAII Time Boiling Point of North Pole Anti-Freeze Extremely iHft' Mfrifmom Evaporation. WE WILL GIVE A NEW RADIATOR i TO ANY ONE PROVING THAT NORTH-POLE ANTI- FREEZE HAS, IN: ANY WAY, HURT HIS RADIATOR. E. A. Sh arm an Company DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA 1233 2nd AVF. S, OFFICE PHONE 1173, RESIDENCE 530 LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA BUY VICTORY BONDS lart, a husky lad Iain claim who lo tbc afler The -srhlch ha at various weights from 133 pounds up, has never before hccn fought tor at this weight. A MACLEOD GOLFER Has Been Going Great Guns In Scot- land, Defeating Many Lead. Ing A ma leu re Mr. Thomas Gillespto, a former open champion of Atheria, and for- mer a.mateur of Manitoba, 8 and a metnber of Iho Macleod Oolf cluh, .Mflcleofl, Alberta, last month cffrles1 retirement, after twenty won tiic at lnc auiumn ro-jnds of desperate milling. It was' mcEtrnu of thci Koynl and Ancient .he lltllfl man's right from start to .c.ilf club, St Anilrcv s, Scolland. Tho inish and no one was more bowild-' nnd nslonlshcrt at the result than Marl himself, when the fight Marvin, now a Kentucky sheriff, was n hadly htaten boner Hums' victory caused a country-wide ssjinatJon, as !IarL had rated him sell n first-class autumn ol Ihe Jloyal and An ciynL club Is conaiflt-rcd tiic most Im- portant nmattur gulflns event in Itri- out si ft" th'; ,lhe trophies cnrnpcled for arc King William medal (o (he best scratch score ami Ih? Medal to Ihr sec- by defeating Jacfc Johnnon hen score, Laal mouth SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. Meeban, of this city, today claimed that he had received a telegram from Dave Mactcey, Newark, N. J., promoter, saying final details for ;jn 8-round bout between himself and Jack Demp- heavyweight champion, at Newark on Dec, 8, had -been ar- ranged. CAMBRIDGE3HTRE STAKES XBWMARKET. Oct. Cam- brUIgesliirc slakes, run Here ttxlay, were; won Ity Urlgand. ent time, to aid tha south conutry, On 20lh 1 received a Idler from the Ueparttnenl ol Interior Rl Oltawn, statlnE ihe deputy minister' was now In Alberta, nrranglnn with the provincial government lor the dls- Irlbulioii of fodder for stock and other V roller lo Ihc ncerty settlers In the i drouth strlckea districts. Oa OcL i I wrote Ihe Department oC AEriciOlure at Kdmonlon, asking "ffhut. had been] done nnd they have replied tbnl Iho' two nao a confer- ence on the situation la Southern Al- berta but arc not yet complete." One inon'.h's Mine consum- ed In argument, aad If they continue speed Ihey have started il will bo many wecVs yet and perhaps months before a definite plan U evolv- ed and. the blooded Flock tbnt need hay and oats to carry them through the winter, together" with the milk be obliged to suffer greatly, (o say nothing of the famines who have been looking .for a public an- nouncement for wcoke, to know In what form the government will give aid. In the public Interview of Prem- ier SluarL In Calgary recently, be stal- ed considerable additional work hail beea done on the roads and the farm ers had earned enough to entry them till It froze m> and after that some- thing would have (o he done. As 1 said in a preTious arllclle. 1 believed the whole situation was not properly placed before the premier and this In- terview confirms It, f would give u good deal to have tbc premier come Into thl3 south country and meet the farmers In some of Iho public hall3 and hear from them direct how mucb -roaJ work tliey have had nnd how they ore jUuated. I loll as- sured his opinion would change at. once and he would waste no moro Llinc In needless conferences, but come, to the polnl at once. As 1 have said before we aro not beggars but are pcrfcclly willing to borrow from the government, pledging our lands for security to give us food, tdal and clothing and JcL-1 for our Block for the wJnter. We fill ca'ino into tnh coun- try because the government placarded Ihc Hilled Slates In 190S and 1909 with the wonderful resources of Al- berta showing wheat growing shoul- der high nnd a quarter sccllon of kirul rc-ulrl he had for 510 anil six residence -each j-cnr for three "years STiJ Ihny no.Trr knew -whelhet the counlry would grow It or not, neither did they Investigate to linJ out If there was drinking water for the far- mer, hl.i family or stork. A large per- Jach Itoot. A little later Uucns ills-f Lord CharltK Hope won tlic King Wil-jMrd il'Abcriion's Uladem was second rose.] of rhlbdtlphla -Tack U ,md Mr. (Jlllcsple Iho and 31 y Dear, owntd by A. Cox, Uritn. who auctioned Tommy's sn-OolU Mmlst. nnr[ tnu compctltorR in- waa third. Eighteen Itorsea stalled. [icriorily, O'tlnen went Jnlo the ring j chulrrt all the liest known amateur--------------------------- VOUTHFUL EDMONTON GUNMEN HOLD UP NICE LITTLE POKER PARTY OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trlpi. Phonei 787 Rtlldtnce 1210 BUY VICTORY BONDS RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Grl your Next. Relrrad Done By UE. SECTIONAL AND BHOKF.H BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Wo are specialists Ja Villein- izlng Lelhhridje Yulciniziig Wwks 712 Third Avcnuo South PHONE 1664 BUY VICTORY BONDS Character Tvhat we build Into lire that rctTcntl or repair. Class Quality aud JuraMIHf are the objects ot our highest en- deavor. The under of valae- givinE Is our chlef-eoncera. IVc appreciate a ninn as fnuch ni do Ills bushiest. Ritchie's Vulcanizing OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS BUY; VICTORY BONDS AUTO OWNERS We rnarko.SLorm Curtain: wltb aad. radiator COT- ers. Everything for the Auto Topi THE LETH- BB1DCE AUTO TOP DEPOT Clh Street Ncit lo HeraW Olflce G. T. BLUNT, PROP. BUY VICTORY BONOS UK. Service Station Service Station, for the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes of magnclos, gencratora, colls re- paired. Full stock of repair purls car' rled. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 BUY VICTORY BONDS WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES The Lawforil Welding COMPANY 2nd opp. LethbrTdge Hotel Priori! 1544 BUY VICTORY BONOS under thr: impression that tho bout golfcra of Cr-nt Iirilsln, aueh as ICd- ''all framed but Hums, n square fighting man, deliberately "double crossed" Jack and gave him a Ihrashing which nont the PhllRdel- phlnu lo Ibc hospital for a few days. Nol lonp after Ihat O'Bricn got a re- turn match nnd trains! faithfully In of oblalniiift revenge for the "double cross." but Tommy administ- ered finotbor sound lo the i Quaker, BASEBALL STAR IS MAflRlED Cleveland Shortstop Marries Gas Mao nale'a Daughter ward Nlackwdl. Mr. A. G. Darry lei- amateur Mr. Leslie Hit- four iti-ajnatcur Mr. A. V. Jlambro. Mr. J. B. Peass, II. B. Taylor, Captain C. K. llulcbln- son. Herbert Kowlcr and other JnUTnat'onal nlnyers. In Mr. Glllcsrjle lilaycrs. morning and licld un playlnR from scratch, (revolver, rod me: FI In Qunr-n Vi( '.nrifi Jubilee YaiG com- o( Ibf Un. of f-t, Andrr-wj flpl'.-ndid form I'aksline for Anclonl club apparently In Mr. O'lleaple hafi ucen Ilio HrltPh forces in lliR fi'St four ycafj', ItuL lo bd hark Jn Macloud lic'orc 1 Christmas, ami next soft son ho will no donU ninke hip. presence fell In i.iiui.iii.iii, tij ui-i comiiclllloii Rolf In this country, tascball club, was married here to- day lo MIF3 Kathleen Daly, daughter of M. II. Djily, (ho Eoat' comp Speaker wni best KDMOXTOX, Oct. joiinB desperadoes entered Ihn Windsor roominB houso nl BO early hour llila morning and licld up at Ibc point of a vo roomers vrho In- u ou'ct lltllc-rchcr earne. The balldllp, wlio tliailc .airar -wllh (280, rferc S'Cara or-Bjie'and have bcnn giving tho pity police con- Bidcraulc.lroublc [or.tlb'nj (ImfJ. Ono of Iho-Ihroe, .wiio E-lyo .his .nflmc.as Clarence .tones! wat a'rrcsled'by.Con- staLlg .x i m .lennlo Wood, of r're.iJJent of'I'a., la 27 ycrars old, vrelghs 27 pounds impany, Is 31 Inchfi.v loll. She we a fa n 7 cbJld'd BboQ, cnntigo of this south counlry has no water and many n farmer has lo haul all the 'vatcr that his family anil slock IFC and has doiu; so ever siAce he f amc Into Iho country, llnw would some of these govcinmcnt oTTlciala like ffhen Ihe lempcr'aliiro Is 30 lo he- low zero, lo Rcl on top ol n lank wllh 'our horses and drtrc five (o rm miles 'or A lank full of writer before he wenl lo his office? He would have nothing bill curses nnd condemnation '.cf such a govRrninciit. and llie liard- lilin lo anH feel as wb nil .Ho lhai II Is Ihc' duly of Ihc Mi FDI WclcjrliiK bj- and come at once io Iho' aid of Ihe V vrhe unproductiveness of (hla south cdunlryfor marir years Is'sow.inR.. o( l.he Alex.indrfa booVslorc here, was fined for haying In hi? pORscsnion a copy of a banned hook "Soviet Rus- sia." HAVE YOUR' RADIATOR RE-CORED Ecforo Iho Ruth, br ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth 81. 8. BUY VICTORY BONOS t, seed of illSContctit cvcrywh'era Snd'whllc1 lhn' firrhcrs cnino hbrc.tn. lending" tno counlry. .anil. ft, arp now' thinking how luey CJn gel-, oul. IrrfEatlon Is Ihu only thing thai will savo Ihla soulh country and put II on Ha fcol. People The Mechanical Garage Viet liought mwl jo General Repairing Corner 4th Asrcnuo and 3rd Cosy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 BUY VICTORY BONDS 9L arn not going lo u-flll ycnrs for It, II wlnlcr. t lio dorcJopcd El onco so ]ol Ihc government act promptly In Ihls well Iho necessary old Lho farmers ncocl to c.irry tliora through tht ;