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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, "OCTOBER is, THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE HOOPER HIT TWO HOME RUNS, WINNING GAME IN NINTH FOR RED SOX Philadelphia, Oct. Miiludelphla Nationals and Boston Americana, contestants Tor tho base- ball of the given an. enthusiastic reception on their arrival here today from Boston. A thousand or more rooters, who had accompanied tlio team to tho Massa- chusetts capital after the, first two games of the world's series here last "Week, -were In the same train. Tho faithful followers of Philadel- phia still were optimistic in suite of threo defeats suffered by favorites, while the Uoyal rooters ami other "Boston fans were jubilant in anticipa- tion of a- victory today which would tho title for tho He'd Sox. Weather prospects for today were til that eould bo desired, both from tho stand point of player and specta- tor. While there was a tang in tlic air during the early morning hours, the uhy was cloudless, and the weath- er man promised plenty sunshine, he said, would make conditions as nearly perfect as possible. National League Park, the playing field, was in first-tiass shape, no rain "having fallen for nearly a week. The ollu-ial attendance was announced as .-A, place. Gainer will play first' base for the visitors, A double play followed. Hancroft took Gainer's' grounder, touched second, forcing Speaker, anil then threw Oainer out at first. One rim, two hits and no errors. threw out Stock at first. Bancroft Hied out to Hooper. Paskert put a'single over second. Paskcrt was out' stealing, Thomas to Mcott. No runs, one hit, no errors. FOURTH INNINGS out on a fly to. Gardner wil (M. .Him- slid Will a very wide ci.r c. Barry forced Gardner at Mit'OHd, Stock to "'JiclniH. TiitHniift (lied out to b.ut have never beei able to come to a satisfactory deci fiion. I met him in Winnipeg and SaS katoon said Cutler to the Herald. "How would Taylor stack up ag ainst queried the Herald. "He would give Gotch. the match ot his life if he wasn't red-headed, ant could keep Gotch would imme- diately discover his weakness talize him to death, if Taylor could hold his bead he would have a fine chance for the world's title." Cutler said he will not come up here to wrestle Taylor again. There is not enough money in it. He claims he :y made expenses on this trip. SPORTS IN A'. NUTSHELL SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date To Dot London Nov. London Nov. Glasgow Nov. fPOMERANIAN Glasgow Nov. 20 CARTHAGINIAN, Glasgow Nov. London 'Calling at Havre, "east and west- ibound. !Carries Srd-class passengers ronly. Full information from any R. R. or S.8. Agenl, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen'l. Agent, 364 Main Street. Winnipeg. Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D, L MacDonald GUNSMITH and JNDiAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 402 Sib Street South. The Chicago White Sox won the city series of Chicago from the Cubs jby 4 games to 1. Qttawas rriet and thrashed M.A.A.A., the Montreal in tHe Interproy- incial Rugby Football Union (Big Four) in-the opening game at Mon- treal Saturday, by a score of 18 to 2. The interprovincial rugby, unjon senior championehip season opened at To'ronto on Saturday with-. Argo-1 nauts. and Tigers as the Tigers won 22 to The attendance was fairly.good, about 2500 spectators being present.. V Gil Anderson won the 350-mile, aut- omobile race for the Aitor Cup at the new Sheepshead Bay (New York) speedway Saturday. Hfs -time'Was 3 hours 24 minutes and, 43 secondc, mak- ing a world's record by .10 minut'os 42 38-100 seconds. His average for the entire distance was 102.60 miles --an hour. The outlook is that the Pacific Coast Hockey association this season will be composed of three teams, Vancou ver.'Seattle The-Pat- ricks-are coming to the prairie cities to seek new-material for1 their Over saw the Red SOJT- and Phillies 'play'.Monday Boston- HAMILTON HERALD RACE WON BY CORKERY Hamilton, Ont., Oct. Jimmy Corkery of Toronto won the Hamilton Herald annual 19 nii'ie road race by a- margin of liif) yards over Jamieson of Hamilton. Jamieson was 'favorite, 'and led to the 18-mile post, where Corkery passed him and led all the-rest of the way. James Corkery, Toronto, .time 1.51.10; second, Arthur Janiieson, Hamilton, timo 11; third, James De'ilow, To- ronto, time 1..5fi.4a; fourth, Percy Wyer, Toronto, time 2.- 04.05; fifth, P. H. Ellis, De- troit, time 2.10.20. Only five finished. CESMU MIDY of tho BLADDER nlievcd In 04 HOURS ifcmmQtrjiitt o JOHN L. SULLIVAN GETS HISTORIC BELT FROM PAWNSHOP Chicago, 111., Octi famous championship jllamond belt presented to John L. Sul-. llvari by admiring friends; in MSS7, and later left -byj him in Chicago as security: for a COO loan, Is again In ;'the pqs-. session of tho veteran, it be- came Known today. Sifilivan -redeemed rft from a jewelry firm yesterday, pay- ing The Is made 1 "'up of 350 ami 14. po.unds oE gold. England, Oct. 13, Ccsaraxvitch stakes, the greatest long distance handicap event of tht year for three-year-olds and upward of .1000 pounds, two miles and a quarter, was won, today by Sir A.'i Uaiifiy's four-year-old Son-Iii-Law, which started lit-lOQ to 9. J. Reid Walker's Eau-clare, 100 to 6> was second, and Ncwnannq's Snow Marten, 7 to 1.. third. Thirty-pne horscfi started. or in appetite and digestion. Give your kiddies all the they want. Use it Keep it always on hand. A boon to cools the mouth and throat. It makes the next pipe cigar taste better. Every package sealed wax. All the goodness and taste kept in till you get it. Two delicious flavors. There was an old Spear-woman lived in a For her many young hopefuls she knew what i She made them most happy with WRIGLEY'S for alt- It kept them in trim at a cost very small! Write for "W RI G L E Y S MOTHER GOOSE" book, 28 pages of pictures and jingles in colors, free. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd. Wrigley Bltlg., Toronto MADE IN CANADA 0. S. nllNM ILL HELP 10 nnsppy run '1 the RBeve tlie district, j. j. In opening the proceedings, Mr. Mc- (CpNinnjED FJtoit vvOieuniGu, on ueimif uf the directors, all those who were present, and Losey Bros, practically cleared congratulated the exhibitors on the splendid show. boards. In -the turkey section, ;W. Salvage, and L. McKellar divided W. J. Stevens, principal of Claresholm College, was the first prizes. After congratulating the Grains and on their exhibits, which, though In grains and grasses there was so numerous as one would Imve BO good a show as at Taber, but to see, but he hail no do.uht number that were shown were have been a good deal better if sentative ot" the big harvest f threshing had. been, finished, and vhich Southern Alberta has of which showed that the people of ilessed this year. In threshed Lake were 'fully alive to the there was only one entry hard possibilities ot" agricultural pro- >pring wheat, and this was shown he launched out into an address Gross, who got first premium with various phases of farm- EVheat the judge considered a work. At the conclusion of his 5'ood specimen. Flax also he .urged all who could to wrought out one exhibit, F. Gross a course in the college. Un being the winner, and in the beans md peas, Losey Bros., of Winnifred, aptnred both first prizes. Gralu in sheaf was more represent-tivei Losey Bros, and B. Ersen-leaver being the principal prize Clements of Edmonton was the next speaker, .and in a racy way told the gathering that he had been at fairs since early July, and he had not seen any- horses which could compare with ihe heavy draft team he ters..; there were no soft (arjeties For spring wheat jiere--' 'were three -entries, and Losey 3ros; -got' the first premium, while B. Srsenheaver secured the first prize or wheat, in- "which 'there seen that afternoon. A few remarks and advice to horsemen were keenly listened to; W. A. Buchanan. M.p'., followed.. TTe said that he had attended the first San Francisco, Oct. In- ternational Peace Congress, which held its first .meeting-in the .Greek Theatre at Berkeley, met yesterday in tlic Cum.u uf the I ii er e un tJo .Exposition Grounds in San Franj cisco. Dr. James A.; Macdunald, editor of the Daily Globe of Toronto, Canada, who was one of the principal speak ers today, discussed erica's International He said "Ay compared with European his- tory North America' is but of yes- terday and yet North America pre- sents an international experiment without parallel elsewhere'in all the world an international achievement that gives, war-stricken Europe 'North Am- Experiment." Doom of Militarism "Europe I from whom .'we inherited our. civilization, whose two thousand cars is our background 'S'rose unuit Weic luopirations Europe whose Christianity is in our. creeds, whose culture, is in. our col- leg s Kcirtt, blood is in eui Lurope bristl ng RUIIS from the Hebrides to the Dardanelles, bleeding at every boundary with death- wounds none, can stanch! Eu- rope how often would America have come to you with the gospei of in- ternational good-will, teaching you the secret of Anglo-American peace, today.a chance and d hope for a bet- How often fiut ve would not. Now tcr tomorrow He reviewed the experiments in democracy in Canada, the United States and'Mexico, and particularly the remarkable achievement of Can- ada in coining up from colonial "de-" pioung to of interna- tional disarmament, and helping to gather your shattered nationalities into a "united States of 'Europe no matter who among blame, we, too, must suffer in agom The nitiomi peict 01 youc "this American Republic is threatened vour madness. The best red blood of 'the Dominion .is teina soak- uto your battlefields because, ol not by revolution, but peaceful-eva-UhR blood-gu I tiness of your sin. hit ing the way to national "But .when this world-storm of Eu- freedom and self-government for A us- rope is past, when this red tralia and New Zealand and South j enriched the roots' of'Europe's nest pcndcnce to national seli-goyernr Africa But, he continued, "liie greatest fair they had held and today's showed tiling Isorth h s. done thing '.which puts into UNIVERSITY WINS Alta.', Oct.. ALBERTA Edmonton, University, winners of senior provin- cial honors last season, defeated a strong team from the 63rd Battalion in an 'exhibition .game of rugby here this afternoon, before ft crowd a.score of 24 to 7. A finger clamp .for.; and crochet needles lias .been invented'to. s, were understood to be a good ample, of the. produce of the district. tats-, and barle'y were very few in umber, there -being only six entries u all.'.qnd here again.Lpsey. Bros, cap- majority the "prizes, Er-, however, getting first riz'e for' pats. There were nine cu- ries in grasses, the premiums being ivided between Losey Bros., B. E. and F. Gross. and Vegetables In' this section was seen one of the esults of'the wet suinmer this year, nd 'while" estimates were not numer- ns, what were slipwn were exception- lly good. For potatoes, Losey Bros, eared the board, though in one case few of bis exhibits had been badly One exhibit in this section as .turned .down, owing to having eale, and there is. a lesson here hicli all "farmers would do well to ike tq heart. When Geniiing'exhibits i they ought to see that only good specimens are.sent. .In the other sections, Bros., T. G-, Williams. AV. Salvage and G. P. Porter secured (he.majority of the' urcnilums. Work the and concrete form thn spirit and of this International joint achievement of these two na- The attendance false was much larger jj lions, tht tinted States md Can wo Botir samples were of ex-1 that a great had taken place, ellent quality their different class- paPticUiflpir-in efains and vegetables. than he bad anticipated, and ada. From that the'farmers were trying to up to u .high standard in regard to these fairs. After speaking a few words on the advisability of mixed farming, the speaker went on say that there were other duties devolving .upon us. We were at war; our young men were go- ing to fight the battle of Empire, ami those of us who were left must do our share by paying towards the support! the cilic across to Atlantic to Pa- the Aictiq there stretches an international boundary; of miles, whirrs touch- es territory; whare sovereignty meets sovereignty, where nation salutes na- tion, but for a hundred Tears the in- ternational waters of those, Great Lakes hati- "en unfretted by an> it in full ship of -rttr tl ftse rolling 'prairies i Stitrs tXllJJ have btei uimultul by iny hostile- [verdure, the .United States and Can- 'dda, their common democracy, made stronger by their common experienc- es, shall come again into the council: chamber of the nations, and. 'with the. icltastd democracies of the v. urnii; peoples of Lurope shall speaji tlu doom 01 Ihe autocra4s and t-heylespots. and the war ill the damning ststem 01 militar- ism that has cursed Europe for two1 thousand vears. Before t us war is over Uiosc. two free democracies of North shall ha'ic pan! the price of it max be shall have paid and it mavlc the United well as Canada- shall have fort, thcst" majestic mountains have 'SOT- "CTcr tier the .British flag. An eloquent an-] peal for all to support the Patriotic Fund followed. lie concluded by con- gratulating Grassy- Luke Ton having, a branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund, and ho urged all to give some- thing towards it. S. Ball congratulated the .society oa the fine show, and "remarked that such exhibits showed what southern Alberta could do grains and vegetables. With proper Irrigation Al- berta would bec6me a country second to none in the world.' Just at the pre- sent we were all pioneers, -and were! only learning how to.get the best out j of the land. Mixed was re- "Four, thousand miies j hundred years Tell me, I from other continents, where in the world is there a match for lor .vou one men all this thai North America has done Where is there a civilization so undishonor- wl Where is them a boundary so frre is a so worthy of retord I et Curopc an- swer. paid in blood Vnd then, not the tm- itcd States md Canada alon" but ill the democratic nations of tr-ft woild oxer shall hatt something iaj to the lords Vnd the1, will irsist tint tlie world r too small for. war lords or for war; that in the 01 nitiors there Ehall no longer be unv loom foi tin v ild beasts ot Europe s -Vtir junglt tnafe the broken down uai option ihiins of Liiirope give lo North Vuicrici s iionKi relieve the strain of holding them. the race course, presided ovpr by The ladies section was, of commentlcd by the speaker as one fairly, well filled, and some good ex- amples of what nimble fingers can do .were.seen on the different stands. Bread, pastry, were also shown to great .advantage. The Experimental Farm exhibit at- tracted great attention during the day aiid many farmers or their wives ask- ed ..questions, of interest to their caK- During, the afternoon, the Miners' Band from .taber rendered a program fto the delight of those who were, present. Public Meeting ,After the judging had been'com- pleted, an informal meeting was held tlio solutions of the farmers' tronb'.es. A vote of thanks to the chairman and speakers wafc .moved by A. Por- ter and seconded by .T. C. Knox, and carried bearfily., A few sports held at the closjj I of the (air, and resulted as follows: 1 Farmcrst' horse race, E. Berlin. J. 'Men's foot race, B. j Losey, T. Siindal. Men's foot race, -MO er, T. Walker, j !Tujr of war. teams representing Grassy Lake and won by j Taber1 after a struggle. dance at night concluded the best j OF CANADA fair held in Grassy Lake. With Cash ii Ike luk Yoi CM Bay to You know how everythky more when you have to buy on credit Why not pisctice self denial for a wnile ii nocessary open a Saving! Account ,n the Union Canada, and with ths money In hand, buy at Cash prices? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will have rnade a good start towards fi Independenco. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G R TINNINO, H. E SANDS, Artlnt, ;