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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 191S THE LETHBllinCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREH LIHCagO, Ziepl. of St Pai.l., who fought 1'actay llc-j Fill-land a' Brighton luiu'h arena; Saturday night, paid a brief visit In; Chicago yesterday. Gibbons was not particularly anxious to 'talk annul, the affairs between himself and I Packcy MeFarland. other topic would'have suited him better, but when pressed tu talk of the light ho opened witll the declaration that he did not care to he placed in the v si- lion of a man making an alibi, lie: believes, or at least says, that he heat lIcFarlantl, but at the same time admitted he ilid not put up the fight of which he is capable. Mike says lie fought slower than usual, anil attributes this lack of speed to making the weight nf M7 pounds. The work required to make this poundage, he declared, left him we.ik and drawn when lie entered the Tint' and unlit to make the battle at his usual speed. "It you want to say about what 1 think of the said .Mike, "just go ahead and announce that 1 don't believe Tackcy bcsteil me, for one thing. Then you can close the inter- view by stating that never again will a-jjree to make H7 pounds for any- one! That includes .MeFarland, but I don't think there is a chance of us ever limiting in. the ring aRain. It will make no dilTercnce how much money is offered me by a promoter will turn it: down. "When 1 agreed to weigh in at 117 pounds for the light I thought I coulil j do it, and still he strong for tci BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia 7li Boston 72 Ulonklyn St. Louis Cincinnati tin Chicago !'2 I'ittshurg IU New York HO Philadelphia I'ittsimrg W. L. .537 1 .538 .182; .181 ..173 .403 ,152 j and Hums rounds. I had been pretty close lo H7 pound mark three m four tin...... during life last vear, and naturally IS'. 1-oui.s had confidence that I could make it. l.lienci, York Cincinnati Hchaiier, Matheu.1 IULIAI Dooill, Wcmlcl Lear and Wingo. j Stand ridge and Uresnahan. Bin that was wlicic I mistake, anil I discovered it several rlay.s before the eonUst. "1 was forced to nearly starve my- self, and for days I lived on tea and l-onst. This sort ol diet finally got me down to Hti pounds and a frac- tion the night before the light. When 1 got up in the morning I found I had taken, on more than a pound while I slept. That means that the only thing I couUI do was to go without any food until we weighed in in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. That, was what 1 did, and I was bleary- (M ed and weak. There was not a chana- for me to do myself justice, for lighting at my natural speed was out of the tiou in my weakened condition. 1 am not making tlli.'; laft: to alibi myself, but any one who has seen me Tight before knows that I was slow jn ac- tion Saturday night. I Detroit ".MeFarland is a good boxer, but K-ev; York I here was not a single blow that he landed Hull hurt me. None o[ his blows wcic hard enough to hurt a ('aity ISoardman and Snyder. HI, Hitter and 7 11 2' 1 S II i Viowdv Lavender, Boston Detroit Chicago Washington New York St. Louis C'lr.i'cland 1'hiladeipliii AMERICAN w. 90 79 Pel. I .B77 .toll 550! .tali 422 !375 .286 Cranljiook, Sept. first, an- nual exhibition uf the ami Inc'l, Slack mid AgnaiiUir.il Associ- ation was held at Saturday. For a first IL" vxliiliUs were particularly' in fact in the line of vegetables the show was a ili'v.iilud improvement U'f Craiibrouk exhi- bition. One liud a which was in Hi? Wusa district und which weighed pounds. There wt'ic marrows, cii- pimipiiins cmitaloupu on exhibition which do rnnlii to any city. The dinrirs of the fair, Messrs.'A. Doyly, J. II. j Qimrtlcy, vicc-presid'-nl V. seoretury-lrejisiutT, :LJT to bo eon-j gratultitcd on tlieir initial efiorl. A largo number oi Cranbroolv pco-1 pie motored out., in aftfrnoon and were unanimous: in Ih.-ir verdict that, the fail was the nest fair thf'y had witnessed. The iwn in charge of the various departments were I-T' Harr, supcrintondent of horses and hogs 0. Stevens, superintendent of cattle and sheep Mrs. Mannant, superintendent of poultry and dairy produce G. Hannanl. superintendent of flowers, fruit, grains ami grasses Mrs. Ashton and .Mrs. Bush were in ot i-efreshments. A. Doyle and J, H. Quartlcy com- posed the finance committep. The day closed with a big dance at the V.'asa hotel, the spacious dining hai! being filled to with] dancers who had sphered from sev-. cral points in the Windunnerc valley. HER I: YOU IASEI 1 PUTS THE "Kiisscl'l "and Sciiaik Great Patriotic Meeting MAJESTIC THEATRE ON FRIDAY featherweight. Home of the critics ivho decidi'd in favor of McKarland also played up as a featiiru in tlieir siorics an interesting paragraph say- that one of Packer's left hooks opened up a cut over my eye. the tnil-lr of the matter is that 'cut was made by a collision ot heads. "From now on 1 light no more at; Henry. 147 pounds, f am to take up I lilt: game wliero i left off before ui bout with MeFarland. That means I p Lomiennilk and Stallage Mogtulge mil Alexander. Cleveland Washington I Carter amfd'Ncill Uumoiit will swap punches with middle weights, and I don't care who or how classy they are." TORONTO CHAMPIONS Ii ;ind Loary Knowlsou; CRUEL FATE INTERVENES IN WEDDING PLANS OF CRAN- "nOOK JEWEL ARTIST FALL OF SMJW and -McAvoy. FEDERAL w. i.'. I The Soldiers in Europe have written home repeatedly for Wrigley's the Perfect Gum. Case after case has been shipped by our London office. Why? For the same reason that it helps workers at home. It quenches thirst, steadies the nerves, soothes, refreshes, benefits. A delicious aid to appetite.; and digestion. Look at the sealed package. It guards the contents against air, moisture and impurity as carefully as men, machines and money can make it. It's the Perfect Guai in the Perfect Package. Toronto, Ont., Sent. his return last night from New York, where he was a spectator at the Me- Farhuid-Cribbons bout, Tom Flanagan bad an interesting announcement to make in connection with- the Sports- j men's 'Patriotic Fund, of which he is I an officer. He interviewed the lead- j ing fistic impresarios a! New York, '-n j with a view to having the champions of'several classes come to Toronto and box. Harry Pollock, manager of Freddie world's 'lightweight champion: Manager Dan >McKittrick of Young j Ahearn, who recently heat Middle- I weight Champion Al McCoy: Jimmy i P.yan, who handles "Gunboat" Smith; I Hilly Gibson, tho manager of Jim Cof- fcy.' and other pugilistic stars, -.vere Pittsburg Chicago at. i.ni'is Newark Kansas City Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore 76 7-1 72 fi'J G-l 65 115 75 71 93 Pet. .SCO .513 .533 .D25 .5151 .511 .403 i .331 II rev. ana oiner i ai'i interviewed, and their replies were I invariably the same. All are willing I and even anxious to bring their box- i crs hero without one nenny of re- muneration to assist In raising funds for the Sportsmen's Patriotic associa- tion. EVENING At 8 O'Clock Addresses Sir Herbert Ames. M.P. Hon. A. L. Sii'ton T. M. 'IVecclie.-M.P.P. A MUSICAL I'EO- GRAMME 'WILL PROVIDED SAVE THE KING HERE ARE THE DATES FOR THE PRO. LACROSSE TITLE Montreal, Sept. for de- ciding the championship for lacrosse In eastern Canada have been agreed upon. .President A. L. Caron of the National A.A.A., champions of the Na- tional .Lacrosse Union, stated tonight that arrangements have been made tn play the Rosedales of Toronto. Queen City league leaders, on Sunday, September 10, and in Toronto the fol- lowing Saturday. September 25. Total in the two games will decide the championship. The c'iub winning the forthcoming series will hold the right to travel to the Pacific coast as challengers for the Jlinto Cup, now held by Vancou- that tl'.'is right -IB not be exercised, as the challengers would require a guarantee of about J6000 travelling expenses, and "pro" lacrosse is re- ported at a low ebb at the coast. 7 12 S 10 2 .....0_..l Johnson, Owens and Rus- sell 'ijrown and Wilson. Newark 7 13 3 St. Louis 0 10 0 Scaton, Moran and Karicien Plank, Davenport and Hartley. No other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Jersey City....... -I Rochester G Rochester 0 Toronto 2 Toronto Montreal Jcrsry City....... Richmond.......... Richmond.......... Harrisburg........ Harrisburg........ 13 Montreal Providence......... 3 Ruffalo Providence......... i> Buffalo 1 AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis....... ii Indianapolis 2 Kansas City...... 1 Louisville 5 NORTHWESTERN Tacoma.............. 2 Spokane I Vancouver.......... 3 Seattle 9 OTTAWA READY FOR PRO. HOCKEY GAME. Ottawa, Out.. Sept. tf. Bate, president of the Ottawa Hockey club, announced last night that the cham- pions would bo ready to resume op- erations in the National Hockey as- sociation next winter. Reports have been current that the JOHN BERG READY..... FOR CALGARY BOUT Calgary, Alta., Sept. Berg is now in the city to put the finishing touches on his training for the Can- adian heavy weight championship wrestling bout, in which, lie will lie one of the principals this coming Sat- urday night. Berg had already sent ahead guarantee that lie would appear for the match, and shows that lie means husiness by arriving1 in the city in good time for (he contest. He has heen training near Spokane for the past month, and is said to he In Hnn condition. Of this-statement Calgary Wrestling fans can secure first hand information, when they see Berg in fiction for several days before the con- test. SHOE POLISHES BRILLIANT QUICK LASTING THt r. t, CO.. N. Y., HALT GERMANS LEAVING Amsterdam, via London, Sept. The Hande'isbad learns that all males from 17 to -15 years of age have been prohibited from leaving Germany. Some who attempted to leave have been turned back at the Dutch fron- tier stations. HOW TO ABSORB AN "UNLOVELY COMPLEXION The face ffhich is admired for its beauty must 'havo a satin-smooth sfcin lilnk and white and youthful rooking. The only thing 1 of Hint cnn make such a complexion out of an aged, laded, or discolored I mean n natural, not a painted, com- ordinary mercollzed wax. This rcmnrUnWe substance literally aihsorus the unsightly cuticle, a little each day, the clear, healthy, girlish skin beneath gradually peeping out until within a week or so it is wholly in evidence. Of course such blem- Isljps as freckles, moth patches, liver spots, hlotches and pimples are dis- carded with the old skin. It you will procure nil ounce of inercolizeil wax at. the dnifr store, use like cold cream every night, washing this off morn- you'l find it a veritable wonder- worker. Another valuable natural treatment is a wasli lotion to remove wrinkles which can ibo easily prepared. t Dis- solve ox. powdered saxolite in M: pt. witcli hazel, llnthe 'the face in tills and you'll find it "works like iloorc In Town Talk. Craiibroolr, B. C., Sept. LelJukc, the prisoner who cut the bars at the city hall last week, came before Judge Arnold at 3 o'clock this afternoon, and was sent up for trial. The fall assizes will ho held here the first of October. Ellis and BraniL-, the "jewelry will conic before tho court tomorrow for their first hear- ing. One of the men had marie al! ar- rangements to be married last week in some town in Montana. Cruel fate crossed his path when he was tempt- ed to get' the princely sum of for two prize packet rings. Just wheth- er the marriage will take place is as the bride to be has liecome acquainted with the [acts of the case. Snowfall Sunday afternoon Cranbrook ex- perienced iis lir.st fall of the beauti- ful, when at 3 o'clock a heavy sleet and snow storm swept over this part. A meeting of the Cranbrook city fathers took place in the- council chambers this afternoon at 3 o'clock. There were present His Worship the Mayor and Aldermen Clapp, Camp- bell, Leask and Balmcnt. The coun- cil instructed the police to get busy and collect all dog licenses. A com- munication, read from the police com- mission in which that body declined to reduce the police force at the re- quest of the council, made a little stir. A couple of the officials said they did not sec the need of three officers at the present. The question of the conceiitration camp was arain revived. There was talk of breaking up the camp at Vcrnon and sending the men to some inland points for the winter. The city H after every meal MADE IN AX CANADA WM. WRIGLEY JR. CO., Ltd. New Factory TORONTO Rrnfhfft- f nrnl Mnn a sound' rapia1y MjlUlllKl 1'SUIl growing in intensity as it gets closer, Writes From Front George iMcLeod of this city is in re- .......-.....____.. ceipt of a very interesting letter from will get in touch at once with- the his brother Scott, ;vho is with the 8th proper authorities and point- out the Battalion from Winnipeg, now- the many advantages of Cranbrook for j reserve trenches, in Belgium, such a camp. Is Charged With, Rolling Old Timer Dan Thomas, a stranger in the city, suspected by the police of being re- sponsible for the loss by several con- genial companions of their rolls -with- in the past day or two, was taken up this morning and appeared in police court at noon, charged with rolling Walter Ross, an old-timer here, for a small sum. Others implicated as wit- nesses in, the case, claim to have lost rolls of considerivb'ie size, ol though .........0 police have not sufficient evid- two from the German hymn of hate, ilr.st Thomas to charge him i They have spotted some of. the boys _ t__ii.nn 4i.Ar4o nnrl iinHinsr soiiio shrjlnnfil' over the cnce aga_- wlth thesa further thefts... Thomas appeared before Supt. Pen- and Charles .Kerr, and the case was remanded until tomorrow morning. Thomas answers the des- cription of a man wanted for aa al- leged hold-up in the yards a night or two ago. and an explosion overhead that would pretty nearly 'blow a house to atoms, and then the shrapnel shots and pieces hurling through the air llKe shots from a gun, only, the size of a marble. Of course, if you are in a duji-out, properly made, you are safe from them, and' nothing but a percus- "from 'lie says, Ulon shell can touch yon. And, by the there is nothing like a good, iu. part "The country around here is looking is just being harvest- ed. The country is the prettiest 1 ever saw, and -it is certainly a sliaine to tear it to pieces with war. We have been in this place for five weeks, and are expecting to have a rest in the near is coming to us. 1 am writing this in a reserve trench, anil have just had breakfast. I have come to the conclusion that there is no place perfect, and that Canadian-cold is not'the worst thing in the world. When it is fair-here it is fine, indeed; but when it rains it is as cold as November in P.E.I. 'We are just having a verse or and are putting some us. Here they comn! shrapnel over I daresay you have been out chicken shooting "some- time, and have been fired at through a bush at 100 yards range; you know how the shots sound. Well, Imagine healthy 'coal-bos' to p.ut the fear of God IK OF IB CANADA TO MAKE BIG GUNS Ottawa; Ont., Sept. has done so well in the manufacture of shells that tho British government is going to 'let it trails hand.at the man- ufacture of hig guns and fieirl ord-1 nance, iiiclmling 12-Inch howitzers i and 18-poumlere. It is a hig comparison -with which ever, the difficult tnsk of making completed shells looks simple. But over one hundred of Canada's wizards of fin- ance nnd masters of industry canie to Ottawa today to give it consideration. At the conclusion of the conference, at which Major Mahnn of tho War .Of- fice outlined the.situation, a commit- tee of twenty was appointed, compris- ing financiers, manufacturers and members of the shell committc.j to consider the practical and financial fensihility of the undertaking. The committee will .mjjQt, .at the ..call of cliairman, 4flr "iphii' Gioson; of Banish Pimples! Pimples. Boils, and other skin erup- tions are an almost infallible indication that the blood is impure. Abbey's Effervescent Salt is the simplest and most positive Blood Puri- fier th.it can be used. When we have perfect digestion we must have pure normal blood, which supplies healthful nutrition to all the organs and tissues of the body; and as a result we must have healthy functions and the absence of disease in any form. Abbey's lilTcr- vcsce.it Salt produces this condition by ensuring healthy digestion and the elimination of all morbid matter from the svstcni. Sold "every where at 25c. and 60c. 0. Sold by Higinbuthum Co., Limited Lance-Corporal Congdon, one of the Lclhlilidge hoys to enlist with the first contingent, writes to triemls in the city, tslls oi his being wound- ed ai. St.' Julicii in April. He says "I am not, sure if I sent you a line since I was wounded or not, hut iirri thinking that f haven't. So much has happened since I wrote last that I am afraid 1 can not start to tell you all. I was hit in right arm with an explosive bullet during the' heavy fighting around Vpres and St. JlUen on April 22nd to How I got away without more, I can't, say, on- ly I' suppose that it was not my time to go. I lantled in this hospital. on May 1st and don't know when 1 will leave. Ths first three weeks here they had no.hove of saving my arm, but being a brute, I surprised them and stiil have it hanging on me, outside it being very crooked, four inches short, and two. fingers without any feeling in them it is a pretty fair'arm, so I don't suppose I have any kick lo make. I won't. trv: to tell you what we passed through since we laniletl in France, hut it is enough to class it as a large-sized hell. In fact, if I thought hell was p. as hail or any worse I would surs' change my ways real quick so I would have a chance of getting far away from it. We lost heavily when we went after the gnus..on the night of the 22nd and very, few oi the IOth battalion were left to answer the roll call. I lllink the papers gave a full account of it so t wfii't say any more.'1 GOTHIC THE NEW ARROW atorasc COLLAR IT FITS THE CRAVAT Crowded with fliror Velvety NO GK1T Cniinhle-proof Sterling purity From daylight factoxr Untouched by Gum TheT-point gum PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS t MADE IN CANADA BLADDER in 24HOURS Bute the ;