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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HELETHBRIDQC OAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER M, I Ml. PAQE MINI HYGIENIC GIGAKS MADE WITH CLEAN HANDS They combine quality, arid perfection of manufacture. They are1 made from the best foreign-leaf procurable- and cannot be equalled. -J: W.'..R. WEBSTER and CO. SHERBROOKE The only cigar factory iu the Dominion run on hygienic principles Batch Of Canadian Telegraphies SPORTS JEFFRIES IS READY TO FIGHT JOHNSON Belleville, Ont., Oct. Burke, aged .17, employed in the.Belle ville Iron Mills, killed this afternoon His body found partly entangled in a wire straightening machine and head crushed. Halifax, Oct. in labor interests of Halifax at a meeting to-night decided to nominate a candidate for Halifax in the next provincial election. A" convention will be called within the next two or three weeks to name a candidate. Kainsack, Sask., Oct. man named Keldcrmari came up before E. C. Clarke J.P., of Port Felly, today and was sent up for trial at the 'Yorkton assizes for bigamy. The pris oner was brought here tonight by Constable Waugh, of the mounted police. Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Cana- dian Rifle League officials hope to start a miniature rifle series through- out Canada this 'winter. The general interest now being taken in gallery i rifle shooting is much greater than of j former years and a series started in I the interest greater. It is said that corps from all parts of the Dominion will compete in this new series. The sub-target gun ser- I ies which was inaugurated last year will be completed this year. i St. Catharines, Or-t. in- i quest as to the death of Susan Clark i a Napanee girl, who died in the hos- pital here, was resumed tonight, the j jury finding that deceased came to i her death from effects of a criminal opei ation performed by some person in Niagara Falls, N, Y. I 11 II'M t I-M'iil LLOYD-GEORGE PRESENTS HIS REVISED BUDGET i IT Estimated Revenue Falls Short But I Evens Up on Succession Taxes'" j WiNGS ARE POPULAR HERE IS OUR "IMPU RECORDER" MADE IN 2, AND 2% INCH 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME for 60c. IN 2 AND ONLY. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS. COLLARS, TIES, AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 11 i Gives Interview on His Arrival Back j From Europe New York, Oct. JanieS J. fries has come back from his Euro- pean trip ready and fit for a fight with Jack Johnson for -tfhe heavy- weight championship of the world. In the quiet environments of Carls- j bad, and unobserved by 'the visitors to the watering place, the huge boiler maker has trained vigorously for the Johnson mill, with- out the slightest hint to his i friends in America of what he was doing. Jim Jeffries walked down the gang plank of the steamship Lusi- tania, which arrived today, in fight- in? trim. His solid bulk of frame superfluous fleifll and Ms {jomplesio'ii was clear. Barn Ber- W. A. SMITH TO MAN- AGE BUFFALO TEAM j Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. The his sparring partner, and hosts j agement of the Buffalo Baseball Ckib Of admirers at the dock, were amaz- j of the Eastern League have signed a i at the physical' condition of the' contract with William A. Smith, of j retired champion. Springfield, Ohio, formerly manager! I'm ready to fight Johnson of the Atlanta, Ga., club of the.j said the big fellow, "and Southern League, to manage their j the sopner .the articles- are signed, team for' the season of 1910. the better. I'll live up to the Berger agreement, but as to details, 'they can ANOTHER TERRIBLE TURK take care of themselves." Chicago, Oct. Anto'ni PierrL "What about he was importer of foreign wrestling talent, is I asked. back to America with another! Jeffries' brown eyes snapped and Turk' with whom he expects to de- 1 with a shrug of his massive shoulders throne Frank Gotch from his posi-jhe replied: "I care not about John- tion as world's champion. Pierri was! son. That negro has made more noise the man that brought Yousouf, the and done less than any man I know mighty Turk who held the boards j of." many years ago and last winter j Then Jeffries told how he had work- brought Yussiff Mahraout here 'to j ed1 himself into condition, beat Gotch. He, failed -by, a wide mar- i but he was a little coy about telling gin but when "he departed saidr be i his exact weight. would yet get a man to beat the Iowa j "Well, I can tell you that I weigh- farmer. Now 'he'" that he is Jed' under 220 poimds at' bringing Maxout Murat with the: began Jeffries, "and the last time I hope that he will beat. Gotch. i jumped on the scales was id. France I and I tipped the beam at 228 pounds, KljdHi? JENN ING'S SALARY- but you can't get me on the scales S 1 rt j. oo How did I get into Detroit, Mich.. Oct. Although. TT T f -it'- shape? It -seems the newspaper meir I a-n-ntn I-TT 'T-no London, Eng., Oct; 22. David Lloyd-George, chancellor of the ex- chequer, presented in the House of Commons this afternoon the 'budget estimate as revised by him. The new figures show a falling off from- the original estimates aggregating of which slump, may be accounted for 'by the decreas- ed revenue on spirits since the new and -higher taxes were levied against them. To offset these 'decreases there are estimated increases of 000 included in which are unexpected windfalls in the shape of death duties totalling more than was originally expected, and thus saving the chancellor from the necessity of facing a serious deficit. To meet a shortage of Mr. Lloyd- George proposes to take more out of the sinking fund. -i PKE.SJKKNT J. M BOLIVIA Manager1 Jennings "salary, .from the.. Detroit Baseball Club is'a secret, something of his relations with, the club became known. He draws a per- centage of the earnings and in the three years he has been manager has taken down in salary and profits in 1907; in 1808, and this year. 1910 he wants enough to total him provided he wins fourth pennant. -An official announcement: places the earnings of the club for the league season at includ- ing the World's series profits were about CARMArv'GAY'S POP- ULATION IS 386 Remarkable Growth of Town Three Months Other News i Carmangay, Oct. The Bank. of Hamilton has opened a; 'branch in Car .tnangay. This makes the third mon- itory institution now doing business in this town, namely, the Canadian Bank of Commerce, the Hamilton Bank and the Equity Trust and Loan'] I The new hotel, the Grange, is now j nearing completion, and will be readv I 1 always have me with a lot of'fat on my body.. I did not have much when I-went away and I haven't any and to emphasize the point Jeffries seized a substantial part of his vest in his hand to show how- his waist line had grown. "Now, at Carlsbad I had ten miles on the. road every contin- ued the former champion, "and in -the afternoon I 'put 'da my time' in the gymnasiums. The Germans thought I .was crazy when they saw me running along the highways. They "don't know anything about box- ing. I did some more-work in France and trained at a place just out of the city. I had to look at the address on a card every time I went out there to work. The French are crazy over fighting and I saw some bouts there. I also took in some of the ex- h'ibjitions at the National Sporting Club at London, but their advertised j heavyweight -contests are nothing more than a middleweight affair. I have done no boxing while Abroad." Jeffries said that--he would "under- go an operation on his nose in a. few while in this. city. "I would have Ci'REEks'ARE AFRAID OF CROWN PRINCE AiJfns, .Oct! extreme sec- tion of the militarv leagii-, f-.-ning that should Crown Prince C'-nslan- liric succeed