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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE BASEBALL Philadelphia llrooklyn Hoston St. Louis Chicago.. PHtBblll'K Cincinnati York NATIONAL b. (19 On 61 G4 61 66 (11 (11 70 66 71 69 OS P.O. .506 .537 5 GREAT CROWD IN NEW YORK FOR THE BIG BOUT TONIGHT .480 .474 .icy .461 Cincinnati 1 St. Louis................ J Lear and Wlniso Meadows, Lam- lilic and Gonzales. 3 t 0 -IIIIUUI.I MM.. S Movers; McQuillan and Huston R J'iUsburK 8 N'ciiff. Barnes and Whaling Adams mnl Gibson. Second Hr.slon 3 J Pittslmrg 3. 2 Kudolph and Gowdy Kontlelmer Gibson. York, Sepl. York' held a larger natlicrinj! of ring en- thusiasts today than at any time, since boxing nourished here under; the llorton law. The Id-round bout between I'ackey HcFarlaild of Chi- j cngo, and Mike Gibbons of St: 1'aul, tonight spectators from, all over the country. Nearly 200 ad- I mirera of McKajAand arrived today :rom Chicago on a special train. Urighlon Beach Motordrome where I the fight will take place, has a seat- j ing capacity of and while the itroinoters do nof expect to (ill it Lhey arc confident that the sate re- AMERICAN W. si; SB Detroit Chicase Washington New York St. Cleveland Philadelphia, St. Louis York Hamilton and Sevcroid Kreuger. Philadelphia Boston Wyckoff and McAvoy .Thomas. Cleveland James, Covaleski, P.O. .607 .IMS .5S9 .546 .40f. .1183 .295 6 0 I 1 Vance and 2 5 2 7 13 0 Huth and Oldham and Bta'nage' and Baker Klepfer and 0'- 0 N'o other games scheduled. FED13RAL Pitlsburg Hrooklvn 2 Barger and O'Connor Bluejacket nnd Land. Buftalo 8 J, Kansas City 1 Bcdicnt and Allen Main, Johnson and Enzenroth. FEDERAL w. PittBbni'K St. Louis Chicago.. Newark Kansas City' Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore SS 71 P.O. .565 .540 .520 .519 .515 .511 .489 .330 Newark SI. Louis Seaton and and Chapman. fi Rarlnen Davenport No other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL ceilits will more than equal the purse of .Money will he divided to McKnrl'ifiid and to (rihbuns. It is Hie richest stake offer- ed at a rim; contest here in some time. McFarliind's last light was on December S, a 10-rmmd affair, no-dcdsicm, with .lack britton in Milwaukee. The (act that ho has not takeu part in x battle for nearly two years, placed him slightly below Gib- bons in the belling today. Gibbons' last appearai.ee in the ring was in Urnoklyn Miiv SI, lie fought'10 rounds wllli Soldier. Batt- u'eld mi decision. Glasgow, Sept. following arc the results of the Scottish loot- ball games played today on the grounds of tlw lirst-nained clubs: 'Queen's Park I, Glasgow II. 1. Clyde 2, 1'artick Thislle 1. SCOTTISH LlvUII K Morton 1, Celtic 1. Fnlkirk 1. Hibernians 1. Hearts ol Midlothian 0, Kilmar- noek I. Ayr United 1, Hamilton A. 0. Airdrieonians 1, Dnndoe 2. Aherdccn l' Third Lanark I. Moiherwell 4, Dumbarton 2. Kaith Hovers 0, St. .Mil ten 1. Yfflf FAS! Ill Hartford, Conn., Sept. fea- ture of the fourth day. at the grand circuit meeting at Charter. Oak park ihis afternoon was the. successful at- ii-mpt of pacer Directum I., driv- en hy Tommy Murphy, to lower the track record of two minutes. The former record was made by Star Pointer in 1S99. Tho chestnut stallion wras in fine form and on a fast track clipped one and one-half seconds oFf the track rec- ord. The mark ties the season's rec- ord of made by William'. SEMI-FINALS IN LADY GOLFERS' TOURNAMENT Mrs. Emily Gavin of England Will Meet Miss Penrce, Chicago Chicago, 111., Sept. W. A. Gavn of Eng'land, the only foreign entrant in the tournament at On- weitsia club, yesterday, survived the third match round by easily dispos- ing of MiijS Eleanor Allen, Boaton, .4 up and 2 to play. Breaking the course record Cor a second time within four days, Mrs. C. M. Vanderbeck of Philadelphia, earn- ed her place in the semifinals, to he I-1ayed today hy defeating Mrs. Ernest LiebHeld or Chicago, 3 to 1. As the lone eastern contender In the semi-finals today -Mrs. Vanderbeck will meet .Miss Alexa Sterling, the 17- Chicair'j, Sept. owned b) James A. 1'ugh, of Chica- go, broke all records yesterday in winning the second of the motor boat races tor the national championship and the Wrigley cap, when the big racer covered the 30-mile course in 1-5, or at the rate of 5-1 4-10 miles an hour. The previous record for the distance was at the rate of.I miles an hour, made hy the Baby speed Demon II., at Lake George, New York, in 1914. Miss Detroit, of Detroit, finished second to Disturber in at, the rate of G2i miles an hour. Peter Pan VII. was "third in losing four minutes in getting started for the race. Barnacle and Black Demon did not finish. Baby Reliance V., owned by J. S.' Blackton, of the Atlantic Yacht club of New York, was running second to Disturber IV. on the first lap of the'! race, when started for i the inside of the course and headed for flic judge's and patrol fleet. As Baby Reliance neared one oi the pa- trol'licet Driver Smith shouted for a line and shut off power as he ran j alongside. It was then noticed that I Baby Reliance was sinking. j Lines were quickly cast, to her and j made fast to bow and stern, just in time to save ihe astern racer from j sinking in 40 feet of vater. Driver Smith explained that Baby! Reliance had sprung a leak soon after i the race was well under way, and he- CANADIAN AIR PILOT'S DARING FiRST MATE Mrs. TV C. Macauley. Canadian girl, who married her husband. T. C. Macauley, this weelt jual before he made a record flight at the Curtiss Aviation School at Toronto Island. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUN8, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prices In Bicycle Repairs and Cannot Be Beat INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 5th Street year-old southern ehampion, eliminated another Chicaeoaiv Marjory Edwards, 5 to 4. ISAAC CAMPBELL. THE LIKELY B i'0 san to fill rapidly thereafter. After the boat liad hecn 'towed to port, and an examination marie, it was seen that the racer could he repaired in :time to start, in the third of the championship races, whicfl will be nm todav. Harrisburg............... 0 7 Toronto-.................. 1 Harrisburg 1 1. Toronto.................. 5 iProvidcnce 1 1 Rochester 2 7 Richmond ...'......._ 1 8 Buffalo S 12 Second game called by agreement, Richmond 2 4 Buffalo i -1" Jersey City 10 111 Montreal 3 AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis....... 5 Louisville Si. Paul............ 1 Columbus St. Paul............10 Columbus Kansas City...... 0 Indianapolis _ Kaosas pity...... 3 Indianapolis 5 Cleveland-Milwaukee, rain. NORTHWESTERN W. L. Seattle.....: 82 B4 .S62 Spokane 80 65 .552 Tacoma...... -7G 71 .517 69 73 .486 3 Seattle '4 2 -Spokane 1 Winnipeg. Man.. Sept. is un- derstood that Isaac Campbell, K.C., will succeed Judge Eobson as public utilities commissioner. His appoint- ment is favored by the government, and in all probability he will be in- ducad to accept the high office. ci.uilrag o bench of Canada, but always declin- ed to separate himself from his pri- vate practice. Campbell been offered many positions of trust and honor, in- ha highest on the SANTAL CUPSUIES MIDY of iho BLADDER relieved in 24HOURS Each Cap- SEVEN CASUALTIES WHEN SCHOONER'S CARGO EXPLODES -Halifax, N.S., Sept. men are believed1 dead and three others are in the hospital as a result of an explosion on the Newfoundland schooner Hiawatha, three miles from this morning. The schooner had loaded 400 barrels and 100 cases of gasoline, and 100 barrels of oil, and was to leave for Burin, Nflcl., today: While breakfast was 'being cooked tl.cro was an explosion, supposed to have "been" caused by gas generating during the night. PILFERER DRAWS THREE YEARS, Winnipeg, Man., Sept. Buchp.n, a postman, who was found guilty of pilefring mail he was deliv- ering; was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary in the city police court, .this morning. with GRIT purity daylight factory.- 6-Uotinicbed by um PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS MACE )N CANADA Price Announcement Effective Auyust 2nd RUNABOUT TOWN CAR Fully equipped except Speedometer. F.O.B. Ontario. THE FOKD GARAGE Virtue How to Use It Squeeze genlly si-ways from Ihe bottom of ths tube and the cream "comes out a. ribbon, flat on the An Inch for each using is enough, but you can always regubtc the exact amount that you waste. A convenient, economical dentifrice. How It Helps the Teeth Ribbon Dental Cream is an efficient cleanser. Its base is manufactured by ourselves (or use only in our dentifrices. It has no grit to scratch the enamel and hijure the tender gums. Ribbon' Dental Cream is antiseptic, but is not aii over-medicated dentifrice. Its delicious flavor Is obtained without the use of sugar, glucose, honey or saccharin. It is a safa dentifrice, COLGATE CO. ESTABLISHED 1806 Drummond Building, Montreal W. G. K Sk.plnJ, Mntrttl, Suit for Canidi. 3231 How It Tastes Its agreeable taste b a constant invitation to the good habit of its twice-a-day use. Children. to whom a regular toolh-brush habit (formed early In life) Is so Important, are not only willing: but eajer to use II. It Is a delicious dentifrice. How to Ask for It There is -inly one Ribbon Denial Cream. "Ribbon" is our Registered Trade Mark and is therefore -.vorlh remembering. It Is best to asl'. for Colgate's RIBBON Dental Cream. Our reputation, gained during more than a century, Is back of Ribbon Dental Cream as a guarantee of quality. If you would like a generous trial tube, cut out and mail us Ihe coupon Dspl.O Drummond Montreal PW srnJ rrK a trial tutt of Cokak'i Denial Cream, at affettd ateve- lendox 4c. in NAME................. ADDRESS.....----- Russian Destroyer Novik Which Smashed the Germans V v Made Big Profit from Eight Sheep To make a profit of 526 on an out- lay o! S40 on eight sheep In five months, was the success attained by one farmer in the Lethbridge dis- trict, and it demonstrates just what can be done -with small numbers. One of the trustees of the Live Stock Guarantors gave the man the capital with which he purchased his eight .'sheep. The little flock was in- creased by the addition of two lambs.'The man sold the wool fcr being fortunate enough to be able to take advantage of the high .price of wool this year. He sold two of the flock for and afterwards sold the remaining number for the original outlay 'of 540, thus making a clear profit of S2G. The keep of the sheep cost him nothing, as they ran about the farm buildings. Tho farmer will now buy more ewes and a ram and start afresh. Stock Guarantors Scheme Success 'The Lethbridge Live Stock Guaran- tors, organized for the purpose assisting farmers in the district to obtain good live have now a total jn.vcstenw.t- of J5000 placed out' among the farmers, this money being invested in 03. cows, 13 calves and 2 bulls. The farmers who have the live stock are making a good pro- fit-out of their milk and cream, as well as the natural increase of the stock, and are meeting- their pay- ments regularly to the guarantors. The live stock, guarantors' organiza- tion is made up of sixty Lethbridge citizens who have pledged personal credit to the extent of J9000. There are three trustees, Messrs. G. R. Marnoch, Wm.. Oliver and A. M. Mar- shall, who supervise the.investments. KELLY'S ORGANIZATION Ottawa, Out, Sept. ap- pears In "Canada Gazette today of the incorporation by Dominion let- ers patent of the firm of Thomas Kelly Sons, Limited, with headquarters at Winnipeg, and with a capitalization of The incorporation bears date of September 7, 1915, and the in- corporators are Thomas Kelly, Char- 'CE- Bernard Kelly, Lawrence Corbett Kelly, Roy John Worthing and Wil- liam! Ly.on Smith, a'.l of Winnipeg. The firm .will !'carry on the business of "general contractors with all the powers appertaining to such a busi- ness throughout the Dominion." The firm of Thomai Kelly of Win- nipeg, was that which had the con- tract on the legislative buWdings there. II is one of Hie best destroyers in'the Russian mosquito fleet and it played havoc with enemy's7ships in the Gulf of Riga. It is an oil-burner and lias a speed of 18 knots. ilia Rev iT A years IMS- tor'of the Daptlsl church at Keswick, died lit Grmt A Suggestion for Efficient Economy Throughout the Empire has gone the call for personal economy to meet the extraordinary demands of the, war. Here is a timely suggestion to men who have been spending from to a year on barber shop shaves Invest five dollars hi a Safety Razor and shave yourself at home, The saving will not be limited to moneyr-the time you'll gain will be even more important, for the morning shave with the Gillette need not take more than five minutes. And the comfort rivals the economy. Though you never shaved yourself before, you'll have no trouble in getting a clean, cool, safe shave with the Gillette Safety Razor. No more waiting your turn in the more breaks in the dependence on unknown barbers when travelling, for the Gillette works anywhere. Truly, the man with a Gillette an efficient economist. Get, one yourself to-day.; or Standard Sets cost Editions; to Sets up. Your Hardware Dealer or Jeweler will show you an assortment. 62 Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, limited Office and Factory-Gillette Bldg., Montreal. ;