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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 19 IS THE LBTHBRI'DGE HERALD' PAGE THRSB Fhe Popular Scotch lin Montreal to Glasgow T.S.S. .....Sept. 4 'Oirrics cnbln passengers only. .j PREPAID TICKETS from Scotland, Isnunl al lowest, Full Infonuallim from any or Steamship Agent, or H E. General Agent, 349 Main Street Phone. M 5312 Wirinipe NATIONAL ins Championship of South BATTLING NELSON CAULIFLOWER EARS TRIMMED Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston Chicago pIM-sburg St. Louis New York Cincinnati Chicago Boston Vaughn ami and Dowdy... Cincinnati v......... J Philadelphia S Schneider, and snder and Killitcr. Second 'Cincinnati Philadelphia '.VIcKcnery and Clarke; Dcroarce a Burns. 511 ,ri7 57 57 52 88 llrcsnahan .1110 'M W A Delightful Garden Freshness- characterizes the Flavor of r, l ntidolph by. Defeating Macleod Club 190 to 167 to pittsburg NEW York Harmon and Gibson Meyers. Second Pittsburg Xew York Mamaux and Gibson Dooin. St: Louis Brooklyn Sallcc and Snydcr und McCarty. Second St. Louis Brooklyn Robil'iScii and Wheat. Perritt 3 15 7 H Beaton The cricket championship of south- ern Alberta comeo to Lefhbridgc. The deciding game was played here yes- terday at Henderson Park, between j 3 I Macleod and Lelhbrldge clubs, coin- is 1 i meucing at 30 a.m. and concluding at p.m. Lethbridge made 190 runs and .Macleod 167. The ibethbrhke club retains tho Maunscll cup, as a result of yester- 31 day's match. This cup is emblem- and of. the championship of tne of a very margin to win by in cricket, and the score very well expresses the ex- cellence of the game. It was proba- bly the best match of the season. 3 Smith, I 2 1 H Uc.1. ;nyaer .273 .382 Coombs and AMERICAN w. 76 74 71 58 53 45 44 35 Boston Detroit Chicago Washington New York Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia Washington Chicago Gallia and Daly. New York Cleveland Fisher and O'Neill. Boston....... Detroit Kutli and Stanage. Philadelphia St. Louis Nanours and McAvey 'Severcid. L. 37 42 45 55 56 70 73 78 7 4 111., Ang. n the hands of a- beauty Uat never claimed any in Hie -Apollo league, and his appearance never worried him itil a fellow piigillsl, whose nose had gone awry in the course of a ring career, relurnei! from a viBit specialist with a perfectly good nose. Bat is not vain, he hau two ears of the variety known to the proCession as tin or cau'iitlow- er. They do not hinder his fight- ing, but they detract from his stage appearance, and Bal thinks pretty well of his histrionic ability. So tile ijride of Hegeswisch yester- ay submitted one lobe to the nit'e. 1C the prelim test proves atUfaclory he will sign for a long- er bout on his return from .Juarez, billed to light on La KcntvlIlB, N.S.. AUK. Starting out at the beginning at his five hours on ibe witness ( today by lee- B8a on I ho witness Bland today by tec- firing sir umiifs iiavidion, head of j Quaijtv Unchallenged for Twenty-three Years. the war contracts commission, for j showing bias, in rei'iiKim: to accept an 1. explanation offered for nut pre- I viously attending lo Kivo evidence, I Todd L'. WuoilworUi, Yorli re- mount buyer, precipiiaieil a number of unusual incidents in the course o( his explanation of his deals. Wood- worth protested vehemently against Fine Exhibition at Cardston CONTINUED FROJU FRONT I'AGE ________ ladies' saddle horse half mile GILMORE SAYS BIO JACKPOT WILL BE USED TO LIFT BEST STARS IN GAME get larso contracts from the British remount buyer. e itness saying he did. mid that ho saw him recently in Boston, the com- tl" newest devices 'andI second- The boys' pony race was methods of destroying the cut-worm other good one and was won by.; 1 novt -I'm, of bees. Two Charles Leavitt on nay, wiin Sir Charles Davidson asked Wood- ,t 'lo the Taylor second and riding his own v.-orth if he knew P. B. Kcevor. one r u horse Ually. Leavitt won th of the remount buyers, and i an education which has taken to in experiments, be had irccly in a few hours ol stake race with F. Jcssop second. The mile race was won in a handy style by ,1Ir. Hecks' Esther L, who took Clever but Petty Mirier Ilaggins asked I'itcher'Ap pieton to let him see the ball in a QVCr S'" recent game between the Superbas j urg uiere an j and Cardinals, and when the Brook- spmllied Medicine Hat, Aug. 25.-The Bust- ]yn boxman innocently threw the pill d down to cteteat in the iirst to the St. Louis manager, who stood j "e and! every one oi the iruartcr mile prizes heats. The first section was.won by viH and the third by Bob Tail Chiet. has just llaTe ,aiieii is ijuito serious and Cor what purpose this big jacKpot: wll] in some way.' will he used. I Woodwonh promised to do his nest "We arc going alter tlie best stars the National and American lea- Kucs" said Sir. Oilmoic. "But what the with Medicine Hat on the coaching lines, the latter step- the amateur j and the leather rolled to r ifn the semi-fiiials in Pet. .673 .838 in ullt .513 I championship of Alberta, in an inter- eame of baseball, by a score of ten runs to nine. It was a keenly contested game, though poor base- ball The Hustlers fought right through to the end, and were .301 .371! .310 Cicottc and Alexander Klcpper and James 0 0 and the grandstand, two St. Louis run- ners crossing the plate before the ball could be retrieved. As the Cardinals won by a score of 6 to 4, their vic- tory was entirely due to the trick played by Huggins, which, oC course, was by partizan spectators and critics. But, as a matter of iair play, Huggins was guilty oC methods unknown in the world of clean sport. luo ,The ruls makers should get busy and were lucky to get as we'l as' with legislation that wo.uld prevent a repetition oC such petty business. contracts extending ison he was asked, li a thing he re- ,e uciu u. the new league would not go into details as to the names nl nlavcrs the Federals were likely tl secure except that only the best in the business would he sought and Woodworth on t asked if he got a 3 lo the good when the rounded into the last spasm. Then Medicine Hat picked ott a couple oi runs and won the game with one man The Hustlers played like schoolboys, they did. COMING OT Calgary plays the Hat nine at Calgary on Friday and Saturday, and will have to win both games to bo in the running.' The Borden Bearcats have been aw-arded the championship of the Ed- t i monton amateur ball league and have, 4 fixed dates for the jl.ay off in the j The Same Mike On'September II, 1310, Michael Gibbons, a strong and sturdy tinsmith at the Great Northern shops, received cents for half an hour's work, he was contented. On September out for the horses, and whether Mr. A De Witt Foster got any. On the second occasion the witness flushed angrily, and shouted: "I know that 1 ain an honest man, and I object to the'irritating repeti- tion of the question, as it is i the money That was placed in their hands. why the fund "a bank, to he drawn was placed in when needed. SINCIAIK HAS FUNDS Harry Sinclair, the Tulsa nil king, who owns the Newark franchise, and who will back the team which goes to New York next season, and which, it is stated; will to get Keevor to attend. inc HUM o- saw-ofi between these three result- la somewhat better showing, anil sev- eil a ,vjn for Leavitt with i two occasions was i era! line specimens of both were on iny of the money paid view. J. F. F.ilison of Aetna, had a way my name a re- has heen handled line showing of the Durham capturing all prizes in this class. His' herd included a 2-year-old bull, bull calves, several milk cows, and la. catll.e exhibits which carried oft the The Jersey breed was well tion of tne question, as n represented by entries made by D. crimination It is in line with the H. Caldwell, Pitcher, D. A. Cairn-] crimination. 11 _ A. Mitford, and Wm. Pilling. John' J chanson was sncccssiul in around here and in the papers." Sir Charles Davidson said, "You will answer the question, sir." ally the witness the commissioner and the negative. Without Horns Asked as to the class of horses he carrying off three prizes with Hol- r the question, sir. Fill- j stein bull and two cows of the very expressed regret to finest stock. Morgan Pitcher won the answered in boys' prize for the calf- to he shown in succfssion. The milking s bought, Wooilworth said tliey were 'thei c Sinc SI' n n he has the money. The.action.taken by the Federals Pittsburg Newark Chicago Kansas City St. Louis Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore ,St. Louis Chicago FEDERAL w. 66 and semi-linals with the L'acomhe team. Friday evening Lacomhe will play I the Bearcats in Edmonton, and the second game will take place in La- combe, Saturday afternoon. II the Pet. 0dJ game is necessary it will be I played in the evening. The winters of 63 61 57 56 40 L. 49 51 54 53 56 85 65 78 he land he e playe in e evenng. e wt .553 I (ne Medicine Hat-Calgary series will j piay Off with the northern winners in the final for the championship of the e ever for meeting Eddie McQooriy at New heard some months ago York oil December 12, 1911'. Gibbons Tllc federals are not going lo wait has started training. McFarlaud is anv lougcr, it wouid seem, but have .543 .521 .463 .337 I 1 2 dolns Ws preliminary work m Chi- nicaco Crandall and Hartley Brennan and -Fisher. Second St. Louis Chicago Davenport and Hartley gast and Fisher. Kansas City Pittsburg............ Helming-and Enzenroth O'Conner. 354 4 0 Prender- 10 0 Rogge and 'Bufialo Newark Anderson and Blair Kariden- Baltimore -1 10 3 f rCaiserlinj 1 2 and province. trFMUND IESIS HIS Aug. his hands heavily bandaged and determined give his weapons K Packey McFarlaud, would'tend to indicate that the pro- was contented, un oeuiomuoi posed terms which most fans helicv- s Mike Gibbous will receive cd had been reached have been punc- for half an hour's work, when tured. The Federals have been de- ail an nuui "ui-ii i tureu. against Packey JlcFar- Ljdedlv inactive the present season. tilis is said to he attributed to at Judge Landis has been New York. Same fellow. v ew paid other niece of work j the fact th ver did when he got 56000 holding hac a ck on the big baseball suit contest was won by Win. Pilling. Excellent specimens of the Clyde and Perchcron breeds were on view, also several good saddle horsss. to Valcartier every Prominent among the exhibitors were ,rse seemed to be ajJ. B. Ross, who won second prize Leavitt, who captured first prize in the same class. A huge prize-winning marc of this breed was shown by F. E. Bevans. It is said that the ani- weighs close to 2000 pounds. Race Programme It was the splendid race program, however, that drew the crowds, and this, accompanied by the merry m lays without water at Point Levis. They were not protected by inocula- tion against climatic changes. He learned of this from Col. Neill, head of the remount department. Mr. Woodworth wanted to why the remount age limit know eight wy e was changed, and Woodworth said he had raised 'it to ten or a little over on the advice of Col. Neill. The Colonel also changed the re- mount department system of paying for horses hy cheques to individual vendors on. his suggestion, decided' to go out and get plajub i the National and cago, hut both fighters will move to j thereby compel th New York ten days before the con- j American leagues to test. Early betting- favors Gibbons' tions j0 st chance, although little money Is of-.....- Jering. Gibbons is eight pounds over- weight, and will not extend himself because better to go'arnong farmers -e was also a. short- bv wholesale deser- j blocks of That was why bought and him. Single tions to stop the woesae es- ginglo tion. It is a case of the leagues che, issued in ex- nnn the tall OI Luw until within a few days of the test. Athletics in 1917 "The Athletics will win the Ameri-, can league pennant in 1917." The foregoing statement is said lo have aetermmcu w heen made by Connie Mack while in thorough test, New York this week. The majority of who wall battle I fans will not take Mack's optimistic ting the horns and the tail _. cow-.while Ihe lawyers take the rest of the animal. v wno uju uj.imn-! tann Gibbons at New York on ejaculation, serio.usly, view of the throuh fact that thepresent Attoetic aBBre- ten rounds Oi the yesterday went through J J. ,._.. u hardest kind of 10D2 Illll OH th6 fact that the present Athletic1 __ gallon is a hqpeless tailender. M.ack'i genius, 'building uil for- the" pulleys, 'mutable machines has never heen i unc'htog8 hag Inn th. skipping roj..' j doubted. The combination in. Clad in heavy sweaters and a, wool- wrecking of .winch ho has ceptlonai cases. short len bathrobe, he then took a rest while trainers adjusted the band- ages. McFajrland aiumiHc Finnerand and Land Leclaire and Owens. Second game- Brooklyn Baltimore watched the process with interest and made his trainers readjust the tape several times. lie intends to experiment with the tape week in order to lind out the hes. tically .completed, and with which he. won tlireo pennants and two world's titles, was an example of Hack's ab- i'lity in developing a winner- It was one of the speediest aggregations ever, one of the speediest aggregations ot sys. collected In the History oi either lea- natio am J Am_ _ j .in I ii-ii' ninlistrnilfi tUll 1 D ___ RAISE WEIGHT NUMBER OF CLASSES Cleveland, Aug. 25. Piomoterb from fourteen each bearing let- tars of approval Irom as many clues and managers, met here in an cndca- rorm a Nat- MONTREAL GRADUATE KILLED London, Aug. Cecil Cros- loy Roval Fusiliers, who-is reported killed in the Dardanelles, was'educat- ed at McGill- university, .Montreal, where he was instnimental in mtro- (hieing and orscv.izing Rugby r.u es i for university football matches. Ho i was a'iso well known in Canada as an expert boxer." sic of the band, which, was present both days, gave life to the events of the fair. The races were really wor- thy of a much larger crowd than vras out to witness them. Indian second. An exciting and race was run between two Meeks horses, Esther L and Dexter, result- in? in a win for the former after a splendid run of a half mile. Her rider was young Charles Leavitt, aged 12 years, who was the most popular jockey of the t-.vo days' rac- cs' Leavitt's (trey Dick won in easy manner over'Meeks' Oscar bar in a-mile run. A matched race, with a side bet was pulled off tween Leavitt's Bay and Taylor s Ba'ty. It was a close race of a quar-: ter mile, hut was won by'the form-: cr.-ThB bicycle race was taken with; i no; trouble "whatever by Moroni Al-1 Icii. Probably the best sporting feature.'.: fair was ..the bucking contest which closed the second day's sports A half dozen contestants took part: and some first class riding was wit-: ncssed: Only-one, while: man, Claudei Mills, 'tookrpart, and he, after hard, riding-both hatchback and oth-j crwise, captured the purse. Only on3; of the-Indians contested in the back riding. A dance under the auspices of tho Fair association closed each day's events. Altogether, aside from the small attendance present.resultant of. the. busy season oi the year, the fair may be said to have- teen a success, al- though not on a par with the class, of fairs usually, held here. 11 i i w-av to bandage his hands to TO.-.ll., ,-ir allllll'Jtc Bluejacket and Simon Suggs and Kerr. AM. ASSOCIATION 5 Kansas City.. 0 Milwaukee Milwaukee 0 Kansas City.. 5 Second game- Cleveland........... Columbus.......... Second garne- Louisville........... 2 Minneapolis Indianapolis...... 2 St. Paul Second Indianapolis.....; 2 St. Paul INTERNATIONAL Rochester.......... 2 Richmond Second 1 Uichmond Buffalo............... 3 Harrisburg Second game- Buffalo..........j..... 5 Harrisburg-. Jersey City-Toronto, postponed to later date. NORTHWESTERN Tacoma........'...... 3 Seattle Spokane............. 1 Vancouver u uuium avoid serious" injury.6 Fully five yards of ape was bound over the woollen bandages, and Packey had trouble to ret his hands into the gloves. After the mits had been laced, 3ackey stepped into the ring and turned loose with both hands on his sparring partners, each being glad to quit when time was called. Hani Getting Old Hans Wagner refers to double headers as hcid-on collisions. "One'in a week is bad says Hpnus, "but ot them telescoped Into four days keen any club or manager luesfllng. The best club in the nets 'finds it hard to win two games In one afternoon. Double-headers Is not the right name, and I prefer to call there head-on collisions. Three In a row are too much like a smash, 6UO And ho did nol monstrous sums for his stars at that. He pick- ed practically every player who help ed vin the laurels for Philadelphia in. from the sand lota. Although it took time to make a, winner, Slack knew he would eventually succeed. And he did. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. erica. Many si orms .and igcstions in the way; ulcs discussed cvcd the convention will boxing procedure and elect officers. committee composed ot lorn An- drews and W. H. Laminger of Mil- Wirie Dept. SPECIALS Friday and-Saturday Only. Mountain Dew, Grand Per Bottle John Dewar-t Spe.-CI ft per I I V White Horn Cel- lar, per bottle Old Orkney, 0.0. Bottlt Johnnie Walker; La- bcl, per kettle- John Irith. per bottle inictiri iscw, Phone 613. Hudson's Bay Co. nrews aim watikcc, Mark Shatighncssy of Minne apolis, Tommy Sullivan oi St. Louis Curtain and Slow Music j George Schneider ol Cleveland, Here is olte, old and vet new: A j was appointed to draw up the by- indifferent player >as in the j laws and arrange to proposed rules labit of playing golf (luring hia sum mer vacation .with a gentleman nam- ed McGregor, who being the better player, invariably- won. One year; visitor arrived at the summer re- sort, and while having a round, in- quired of his caddie: "Do I play as we'il as McGregor, "Oo, replied the .caddie, "ye can play better than McGregor, "You -remarked the visitor, "And myvput: ting? Do you think that has iraproy- -'.'Yus', ye hae improved and ye're a much, better player than McGregor, The visitor'was very highly elated at the criticism, and looked forward to meeting McGregor, to put into ef- fect the improvement remarked upon by the caddie. "and play him for action today. One bylaw that no boxer can com- pete before a club unless he is regis- tered with the association, un- animously approved. In case, the box- ers believes he has not heen dealt with fairly he canx make.written com- plaint to the association, which will investigate. Promoters were of the opinion that the featherweight limit should he raised to 125 pounds, the middle- weight to 160, lightweight to 185 and welterweight to 11T'. 90 Per Cent. Graft on Steel In connection with steel grillage contracts' for the south wing ami the dome section, the finding is that "90 per cent, oi the steel supplied under this contract might have been dis- pensed with, without the slightest in- jury to he structure." H is stated that if appeared that this contract was excessive by about at least 000. Reference is made to the contract for for the dome, which was subsequently cancelled ami destroy- LONELY HACKENSCHMIDT ed for the reason, as given by Sil liodmond Roblin and Dr. Montagu, that they hoped by this Koans to pre- vent complications, with the. contract- Fraud on the. Province "We cannot regard the reason assigned for taking this extraordinary step as other than untruthful and absurd We believe that the ministers desired to obliterate the contract and even' trace of iu-oxislonce because it was a the pro vince, the discovery of which would of a certainty seriously compromise son, W. A. Rpliott, M. G. Hook and Harry Waltia, K.C., interested them- selves in keeping William Salt' out of the jurisdiction of the commission, and that Mr Coldweli inspired the al- teration of Salt's book of caisson re- cords. Do Not Believe Howden The Commissioners say frankly that they do not believe the evidence of J. H. Howden, in regard to the checiue cashed, by Hugh'Arm- strong. How-den said the money was for a private transaction. The Com- missioners believe it was part of tho mount used in keeping Salt away, hey say that in all, about as" expended for this purpose. The Commissioners say .there is irect evidence that Dr. Simpson was nanciaiiagent of tho part; who d the election fund. They say they ccept the evidence of Horwood as ubstantially true, but that. neither j ttoblln, Howden, OoTidwell- or -Arm-1 trong gave the commission-'any a; istaiiceT Roblin, they say, made ommon cause with the contractors to esist discovery. Overpayment The total amount paid to the con- ractoi-s is set out as Ingineer Woodman estimated the tq- al value of work done to Ailgust 4, 015, at and the value ot material on the ground at The total value, therefore i ebtmnt cd at and the total amount paid in excess is estimated by the Commissioners at ?701 09 {50 "Add to sajs the lenort li ler cent. ought to have been teld -back under the terms of. the con tract. S121.S70.25, the total overpTj nents are estimated at Independent Auditors The Commissioners clo s the -re jort witb the recommenuation that he provincial auditor be made inde pendent of the government. "Had lie been so, much of the fraud which has been perpetrated in connection with the parliament buildings might have been it is stated. _ o( a certainty senoiiou Germans Allow Him to Walk About them and the government of which Berlin and Are Kind to Him tney were members." It is noticeable, the Hackenschmidt, well-known c The "Oh, McGregor's dead. Curtain, and. slow, music, please. wrestler, who, of course, is a Russian, tuo is now in Berlin. He writes to a must meet said he, om quite free' here, with By the way, where is cv.ception Of going regularly to the, report myself. The peo aro quite to me." Tlmt js interesting to know- but all the same "Hack" feels lonely, for he says: "Today 1 (eel more than ever a longing to see you all again Tell me all about yourself and friends and about- the theatres in Manchester." Alex. Boss, who introduced him on the stage, is interned in RuMebgn, he writes. '_ "_ ._ __ Orpheiim Theatre THURSDAY The Country Store It IS that the government's structural en sincere all adopted prices from 40 to BO per cent, higher than the stee eould actually, be .bought erected for. These prices were as to sugaest that thev were fixed. arrangement with the contractors Woodman, the commissions en Ah A oo, gmoer rcnorlcd to thorn that a roa sonablo price tor the ateel erected was SbO per ton, and not from to W, Dented by the govern ment's engineers imollcate M.niMert The Commi sioners find that G I Coldweli, J H Hojden, Ihomas i Ke V. W, Honvopd, Dr_.R M Simp- The Master Tire fills the bill by reducing the bill. You see "Tractions" on every style and make of rear wheels, front wheels. T l04 OUIIIOP M S EODU COMPANY, UIMITED Head Office TORONTO Branches "in Leading Cities. Maker of Tire" for Automobiles, Motoi Trucks llotoiciues, Bi- cycles and Carnages Pubhei Belt ng Packing Heels, Mats, Tiling and General Rubber Spec tallies THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE S WALKER. PCL, COT, JE8ERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmer! facility for the transaction ot their banking business, including the discount and collection of notes. Blank ire supplied free of charge on application. Lethbridge R. T. Brymner, ;