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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN IHE LETimnTDGE DAItA' 'HERALO, 'FRIDAY. JUtyV '4, Jack Dempsey O.NTISUKD t'ROM FRONTPAGE) .Judge Archibald.Says V Parokd Last Year nnd Few, Gave Trouble PRAISES CANADA'S Ceo Tj WINNIPEG. July are so; few ctses of men breaiins their parole that tte prison psrole system edov'.e-.i bT Canada has proved that it Is a reaampUve This Is the opinion of Judge Archi-1 t'ald ol department of justice, Ot- j tawa, and administralor of Ihe D-om'K- Ion piro'.e was in peg last night. Judje Archibald returned Irom a visit of inspection to i Stony Mountain penitentiary, and late last evenins left to visit penllentisries farther wesl and at the cosat fudge" Archibald said that ol the T.45 perwns released oa parole ?rom Ihe penitentiaries in Canada durras past tlscil year, orJy one-half of one cent bad commuted offence This waa a remarkable ihowmg, ne Hid and entirely justilled tie adop- tion ol the system'bv Canida. Dur-( ing the 30 years ia which the parole. Fysteni had betn In operation. ll.S4i jrUoaurs had beei released 'ilonilly. Of that number 10.434 had thslr full llberly. and 101 were! 'rwortlcg wlih that object lu. view, j ;lh that ttae raea who had forfeited Iheir licesnes by subsequent. convi.c-! tionl numbered only S73, or 2.i--er, ctnL Thoje who, while not doing anything to gtt, theraMtvea Inlo the courts bnt had failed to comply with tie conditions ot parole, t -Khich Involvo report'ns once a month auring-probalioa, numbered 4S7, mat' ing a total delinquency ol 6.9 "The parole said Judge 'Archibald, "is the greatest factor in the reconstruction ot our Jello.w.. citizens.'1___ he had won when the sons sounded and had to be brough! Into the ring. Wll- lard towering above hiranUgon- ist lIXe a lighthouse over a tug. acted like a tick man. He beater, and knew It. He twung wildly and feebly while hli rt- lentlsss antagonist home bloxvs like a rlveltlng There were cries of "Stop it. "Stop "Ik's to lait out the third round and Into his.cor- ntr when he given aromatic fplrils of amrnonla. He tried to imlk'and theV seconds sur- nndered THEY TELL ABOUT IT Wlllard said: "In the finl round Otmpsey h.t me with a lift hook I tried hard to con- but I was rapidly losing- my ttrtnjth. My eye wai closed at the end ol the third round and I rtallccd that It would be useless for me to continue as I could hard- ly tee. It hard to admit defeat, but Demptey the hardest pun- lihej- 1 faced." fack manager of the new champion, said: "Jack li a raal champion. He knocked Wiltard out twice. They gave us the fight in the first round and brouaht "s back with the bell and Jack got him ajaln In the third. will a pepular Dempsey said: "I told you I knock him out In the first round, and to all intent, and purposes that Is what 1 did He took a lot of punish- ment In Ihe next two rounds, but was so feeble I hated to have to hit him." protected from llie sun by a bis utn-j bre'la. YA'illaid was seconded by Walter Monohan, Ike O'Neill, Jack litnipel and Hay O. Archer, his business man- ager. Manager Jack Keorns was in charge In Dtfiupssy's corner. He was assist- ed bv Jock Malone, Jamaica K'.d, Jack Dyer, pill Tate and Trainer Jimmy Deforest. Archer the bandages on Deuipsey's bauds and watched .Manager Kearus tie on the gloves. Deforest went to Witlard's comer to Injpect the band- iges and Upe and walchetl ihe gloves being tied on his fiands. The officials ivtre anaouncsd at 4.05 p.m. Ollie record, ol Toledo, the referee, was attired in a sleeveless shirt, blue trousers and a cap. He nervously chewed gum while willing for tba boiers to get watly. Time WM called at 4.09 I'm. The Preliminaries RINGSIDE, Toledo, July Willard and Jack Dempsey met here this allernpon in a scheduled 12- round boning match for llie -heavy- weight championship of. the worldi Tbs 30.000 seats of the arena, were little more than half fined. The first actual signal, that the bis event of the dly impended came when workmen tossed a new mat into the RINGSIDE. TOLEDO. July crowd gathered slowly for the Willard-Dempsey heavyweight cbarn pionship contest The arena gales were not opened until 110.15 o'clock. At that time there were mt a couple of thousand spectators ready to enter tbe gates. The sky- was clear, with a coo! breete blowing, Airplanes and a giant gas-bag to lake pictures of. the contest were belug Tied out. O'Boyle-Epsteln Draw The first preliminary booi, was call- ed at 11 o'clock. H six-ronnd affair be- tween Tommy O'ljoylo ol Toleao, 116 pounds, and Solly Epstein of Indian- apolis, 114 pounds. The contest was a draw. The crowd continued to gather slow. ly. only a few thousand spectators be- ing present when tbe first preliminary Etarled. The First Kntrekeut The secoad preliminary, just noon, scheduled to go rounds, be twcen "Wop" English and Battliu.? Wendt, both ot Toledo, ended In the first round, English winning by a knockouL 87 Years of Gtowth Evtt tince 1 8J2 this Dank his teen terving public. Its grosvth in IIKU dtpoiin is ftiuch i tribute lo public in hs integrity IK own efforts. Your using i tc-' be gladly received the rejulir in- terest and ullimtte benefits will be decidedly welcome to you as time goes on. I'.eaerve ana Un- Profits li.C'H. THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA I W. D. KING in be. Tlie tijuess vf Willard does not bother nMf. I Like tbo big ones.i art Morrli ana IVed Fulton were not 1 put both ot thorn .way. doing tbo trick c-ach time lu ess.than one- round. No man lu tho world can withstand the attack I will wage 1 enter the riug with Wll- ard. Mr youth, strength andk natural ticuting ability will prove more than otfcet to tbo, extra ot .he champion. "I hive never yet Klet a man I feared. They all look alike lo me. and WHUrd ii "he- super-man claimed by hli 1 will knock blm out in a hurry. 1 would not be surprised to Hit biui along with KuV ton, Morris and the other one-round- lit may set by tbe round, but it he does Ii only framing lot of trouble for himself. I'm ready to to (or Mm. I it Is a food battle, no matter how abort it a. Taie II from me. (hough, jou are Uiklcg lo the winner." Offer to Winntr TUI.SA, Okla.. July Ileis ler. belter known In sporting circle as "John the today wired an offer ol J5Q.OOO for the winner ot the Wll lard-Dem psey 'fisht to. meet Hill Brennan of Chicago, In Tulsa. Relsjer that on his to Toledo to force a seltleiuenl of a claim ol brea'ch of contract -with Denipse-y he secured the promise of bqtb Willard and Dempsey that they would "consider any reasonable pro- position" noisier mlglit have to offor. Unusual Bargains in 0 00 O All Hats tc clear at Away Below Cost. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MIDSUMMER HATS Ranging In price from M.50 lo 114.00. Going at from to CHILDREN'S BONNETS, only In a lew Fancy only a few led. A fiw Silk Crepo. Crept de Chins. CMftorw ind MallnM, a large iwortment of Veiling! all at a hugi reduotton. 318 13th STREET NORTH. Al noon the crowd was rapidly .gath- ering, the arena being about one third filled. Among the thousands ol coal- less and coltarless spectators Vas a goodly sprinkling of women. Second in Kayo The third preliminarvi a scheduled six-round contest between Tommy Long of Detroit and Johnny. Lewis of Toledo, ended in the third round: with their tickets still further they were to sell out; flng 7J repace the one somewhat Toledo, ended.in tie third the preliminary and by a knockout -victory for Lewis: an exhibition of "bayonet, pistol and 12J5_p.m the thermometer at SAN DIEGO, Ciljl'., July. toats, internationally known, and en- gineers who hare, been studying transportation conditioms in Russia, and several Canadian United Btalee French army officers were, pas- sengers on the Bleamer Nankins, which today brought 1MO wounded! tiecao-Sloiak soldiers here yesterday irom' Vladivostok to' recuperate at f Camp Kearney The4 also brought a 52 000.900 aable I and knife practice by soldiers, vcith Major Anthony J. Dreiel Biddle. who -was also one of the judges the cham- pion ahi p. The thermometer stood at 115 de- grees, but a puffy breeie gave occa- sional slight relief. Dempsey was the first lo enter the ring. It was just three minutes to four. He chose the comer with' the sun at bis ijc STATE'OF SIEGE IS Fran-. James McLaughlin, San clico, who constructed the superintended .workmen who went the-ringside showed 112 degrees. Rose Wins'on Points': Johnny Rose, of St. Paul, and Bat- tling Bellair, of Brooklyn, went six rounds In the fourth preliminary. Hose was declared the winner on points by tlie referee. Balloon Breaks.Away An army captive nallopn over the Willard-DemcEey fljtt broke -iway from its mooring cab-j shortly before 2.30 p.m. and drifted off toward" Lake Present By noon the sun was being served up to Ihe attendance ea casserole. The breeze continued but con lined its ef- forts to fluttering Ihe flags. A small blare was started al tie ringside by a cigarette stump. It was extinguished with a pail ol drinking water which happened to be at hand. A s big party from To- ronto, whose train was parked nsar another special from California, re- ported meeting' tM word, in fight enthusiasts Ii tbe coast party. .This man was totally blind, but paid for a seat tinder a 112 degree inn for a show which he could only imagine from what his friends told him and from memories ot flghla ot earlier HALIFAX, N.S., July 'Cn. naru liner Mauretanin arrived last night with nearly 4000 returned troops, of whom about 1200 were tor Nova Srotia; the .distinguished olticers oil board was Brig.-Gen. Brullnelj of Montreal, who was In command ol the machine gun company untl was the originator ot tbe motor machine gun Idea, which was adopled by the al- lies. the civilians on board was owing western officers arrived byl he Mauretanla last night: Lieut. J. C. Armour, Catt. J. IJuff, 'Etluionion; l.ieuU-Col. M. A. Germain, Moose Jaw: Capt. G. A. Pe- :rie. Vnm-oitier; B. B. Hogers, Japt. K. K. Coy. .Vancouver; Capt. II. Karma, Lieut. G. A. MacFadyen, Vic- loria. Baltic Docki Also HALIFAX, X: S.. July days nut from Liverpool, Star liner nalllc artived In port shortly niter midnight and docked at 7 o'clock this morning. On board wcro SO. officers. 43 nursing sisters and 2253 oilier rnnks. The only unit aboard Is iho 2Srd battalion ol Munt Premier W. F.f JIassey ol New Zea- land, whose wife and family also re- turned. Premier Slassey signed tbe peaca treaty on behalt of New Zealand and immediately -thereafteK took.a mclor car from Versallles'lo Havre, where real, lit returned iii'iler command of Major F. J. Delaule, bl Ottawa.- The remainder of the tro'jpg' were made up of details from ilio various dis- persal areas. he hoarded a BriUsh destroyer speeded for Spllhead, wjiere days before darkness. Imprisoned In about the ring testing and tightening the ropes, smoothing tne mat and sprinkling resin over its surface; The crowd practically to a man moved into the nearer seats which RAISED BY 3ALVADORlwere vacant 1 j _Big Bill Tail, sparring partner, kept t ReptiUic 'snnvolt the challenger :wlth an Tador July national assembly umbi-ella! today deemed to raise tne Elate siege Speculators Caught Two hours before the start of the big bpnt ticket speculators in the downtown dlstrlcl still haA big buECh- es ol unsold pasleboards which they were offering at an per cent, below their face value. Sixty dollar tickets were quoted at ?50; 440 tickets at J15 tickets at Even these reductions failed to move the surplus supply and if-was evident Performance iiB the Best Answeif the always on the eating-iip profits.; (yy high cost of are the big things your tractor must deliver. actual work in the field over a period of years is the only real testv.'; years ago the first OilPull tractors were put on the market, i They; went into the Northwest and prairie against Mhe toughest conditions a tractor can meet. Did they meke good? The best answer is that over OilPulls are now in use, those sold ten years ago delivering ihe same sure service as this year's machines. Ask any They St'nd Up to the Iramfc and wheel burning, oil cooled, heavy duty the ground up the OilPull Is built to deliver day-In and .day out continuous service. Al- Ways ready whon you lay.ing down ,-.-.'on. the "plnchei." Gunrantetd Oil burning was a fundamental In deijrnlng the OilPiil! Not qne'pl the bli-'ulls In use today but is using kerosene or lower grade oil for fuel. To make. It sure, every OilPull carries a written guaranlee that protects the owner, wllh.no time limit. i Cooled by you ever h.5ar of Tadlalor IrouWo.ln' the OilPull? XrA-becauso it Is: oil cooled. No danger ol trap- refilling as with water cooled fan to give Irouble-r-a mora even temperature for the cylinders. Closest Speed the OilPull Ibs close.regulation H is with- "out equal, of-engine speed..-to changes in the load must be as quick as (i flash. The hand can't control It, governor in the OilPull regu- lation of power lo every variation In 'the load. VA OilPull Is iullt tba same. The new, small 12-20 carries the same guarantee of continuous" service ami low cost of operation as the 16-30, a.nd' 30-50 sizes. THRESHER Co., A -Saskatoon, Sesk.; Winnipeg, Man. irtuiesa. A.brass i band.'-raade spasmodic -.ef- forts .play, but 'made sorry work of It. The were so hrit they almost burnt-tbe-.hands of the1 players and aU the! bad sweated-Irom' the Isnaredrummer. Crowd, a At 2.30 o'clock, wlthln_.ari hour ot the big "estimate by. liien lamilla'r with big crowds placed the attendance at Nor .was. the crowd pouring in. Late'ones were arriving in small groups and ft ap- peared doubtful if-more than half the seats would be tilled. Neither Wlllard nor Dempsey were .yet. at their arena quarters. Balloon Descendi The balloon began a rapid descent a few miles away from.the arena. Malone Wins Decision The clever boxing'ol Jock Malone, St. Paul, attracted some comment dar- ing bis eight-round wltb "Navy" Ralston, at 146 pounds." Meanwhile, the thermometer had re ceded to 308 at 2 p.m., but the an nouncemenl enthusiasm The hoiers were dripping with sweat and Malone, wltli the deliberation o reaching lor a familiar key lole, continued ot land ugly little ab3. Ralston was. all in at the end, and the dee.lsion went to Malone. Dempsey on-Stene Dempsey reached his- dressing 'oom at 2.50 p.m. He was smiling and apparently confident.- same ttmeithe nemi-finals, eadlng up to the championship bout, was announced. H was eight rounds 1 be'.ween Frankte Mason ol Fort Carl Tremain, ot at 117 Pessimistic' predictions as to size ol the erowd'had apt changed. At 3.20 p.m. the crowd had stopped coming and the arena apparently a little more than bait filled. Tie last) preliminary was still running. TremaTn Oeti Decision ---The bout wag a there many cries ol '.'No" when the 1 {decision was given to Tremaln. Iborght Mason deserted a-draw. Siatementi By FIjMtra TOLKDO, July 'statements to the Associated Press, Wlllard and Dempsey gave their views of-today's bout as follows: Jess Wlllard said: "Since Ihe day] signed Ihe contract to defend the championship It has been my one Idea o enter Hie ring In condition to give y best efforts to the public and tllu- ar honors which I am fortunate npugh lo hold. rl hare trained with this In mind for period of more o Ihe beat ot my ability and Intend 0 give every ounce ot strength ejree of skill that I to the cfence of the title. ,1 know that fol-1 owcra ol boxing do not agree with my system of training, but I.am con- vinced I know myselt and. my' condl-l lonlng requlremenls. Ibeltere am In perfect shape utid. hat 1 shall succesatully defend Ihe championship. 11 It should prote 1 am wrong I sballdtand up like a man and admit Ihc superior boxlni ability, ot my opponent without qulb-1 ble, excuse or alibi. Beyond that, I feel lhat evenU musl ipeak lor them, selves." forecasled his I victory In the following "Six ol consistent (raining has made me fit for (he big event ot my life. In nil my career I neVerl fcl( beUer than I do right now aRa I am ccilain of vlclorr asi Mauretania was wailing for him, and on which Mrs. Massey and family had embarked at Southampton. Sir Joseph Ward, treasurer ot New Zealand, was also on board. Premier Massey was advised on board tbe Mauretania that the steamer he will lake at Vancouver wiUBB.ll on July 15. WINDSOR, On'..V My. that Hon. Arth'ur Melghcn. minister f the Interior, Senator Rpborlson, itiiilslei- 'of labor, and .'oth'tr. -politic- mis are endtarorlnK V Vinniiwg general strike teaJderV- tu rrlson on' trumped-up "jlBpr- Mil1, roil-and Windsor newspaper" Liiii uriicr on Irtbor for Brllisiii Huii Jnited Slates puliHcatidilE, .said ivorseas -tirgoiilzatious of.- labor -'-will like n'haud in this .Blruggle fpf de- mocracy in'Canadian ,Industry." Cascaddcii's" 3iomev was'seaTcaed, it is stated, by.' nblicb MonOay night, Oio naiit 'liy "the noynl Norlhwest Mounted'Police in Winni- peg. British labor will lioycolt Canadian manufactured goods and also discour- age immigration to Canada; Austra- lian labor will also a.cl, declared Cas- caddeu. Officers Aboard HALIFAX, N.S., July PARIS, July executive committee of tlie geiTeral labor federa lion announces tbait alter conferring with British aid Kalian "comrades" plans arc being laid for an internalion; al labor manifestation on July 21. when there.will be a complete stop- page of ail work In-Fire ne'e ant Italy. The ohjepts 61 it is said, am "the cessation of armed Intervention in the. rapid mobiliiatlon of'.armies, the' resiofa- lion of .full and absolute amnfeviy nil;