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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1915 THE LET HI5UIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THEM (C'o.N'flXUKU I'UOM l''llOXT I'AUjO the shell intluslry had The importance of this gain lica i had relieved the Incidentally, contracts could the fact that every situation immensel dill not .see win iakeirln tills region weakens tho Gcr- 'nan position around Verdun, from not be handled 'in' l.cthhridge, as well which tlie Germans might be compell- NATIONAL W. 8-1 78 78 71 (IS lill L. tii, 711 76 71) 77 7S I'ct. .583 .543 M't ATA .173 .4UU .'165 .'158 Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston 1'itlshurg Cincinnati St. Louis New York Chicago SATURDAY CiAMKS Philadelphia............. V Chicago J J (11 Uemarce and Burns and Adams Hogg, Vaughn, Lavender aud Archer. BrooKlyn s ll; 3 Cincinnati Coombs, Marquard AFIER i. WEI Mil MEEIK 10 BE HOD ON FUMY (By Sid Mercer) plans for the invasion f Niiw York are being made by the Federal league, which has establish- and filler Dale, Loar, llcKenry and WinRo. New York St. Louis Herbert, Sallee and Doom and Snydcr. ]ioslon I'ittsbmg Tyler, Hughes 'and Whaling Har- mon, Mamaux, Slattcry and tiitson and Murphy. ed headquarters at Forty-second street. Broadway and According to President Gilmon; several good park sites arc available, uut at the present time the league's backers are more concerned with the llno-up of tile team. v Wo have the best of authority for announcing Ihat the Federal league u has already made a tentative offer to o oMohn J. JlcGraw and will shortly ten- O 4 -I! a 1-position that wil, SUNDAY GAMES Brooklyn Cincinnati I'iefier and McCarty and Wingo. York SI. Louis stagger him. The Feds arc ready to pay JlcGraw more money than any salaried man In I baseball has ever drawn to manage 3 12 i the New Turk Federals for a term -I 11 0 of fivo years. Part of the money can i Miller. Toncy by AlcGraw in advance, and the entire amount will be guaran- eed by responsible parties. Flirther- nore. if iMcGravv has faith in the pro- Stroud, PerriU, Palermo aud Mey- ers Ames and Snyclcr. Philadelphia- Chicago, rain. No otlicr gaiurfi scheduled. AMERICAN Tloston Detroit Chicago Washington New York St. Louis Clcieland 1'hiladclphia SO 84 92 105 1'ct. .681 .651 .fiSS .353 .428 .378 .271) cct and thinks lie can build .up a pat- ronaxe such as he lias held with the Giants Cor ten years, he can take out my amount of stock he cares to. Big Money Is Real Wo have no aulhorityfor h andiug out any figures, hut there is reason lo believe that, aside from any stock propositions, the Feds are willing to nay McGvaw for a five-year contract. President Oiimore, of course, is nol exposing his hand at this time, but he smilingly asserts that the Feds arr- going to place a team of star players in New York, and provide a famous manager to lead it. He predicts that this all-star aggregation will "knock S 11 0 i 4 Ray, Xabors and Saturday Games 81. Ixiuis.............. 2 -1 2 Boston............... .'i S 1 Hamilton and Severold, Asncw; Foster and Thomas. Chicago.......... Philadelphia...... and Schalk; ftlcAvoy. Second gamo: Chicago............... S 10 1 Philadelphia............ 3 S 0 Faber anil Jfuyer; Weaver and Ate Avoy. Detroit............... 5' 8 [Washington 1 Uauss stallage: Dlimont. Har- per, Boehling and Henry. Second L'F.me: Detroit............... 9 I5 J .Washington 3 8 James and Stallage; Gallia, Harper, lAyers and Williams. Cleveland.............. I' S New York...........---- 5 11 Brenton, Jones, Mitchell and O'- Brady, shawkey and Sehwert.. Second game: Cleveland York There V of 'th -1.I be au ague held in hall cd o retire should the cced in making any further advance. VbejuVe minister, for village ot and trenches east necessar} p an ha d It.Mich or the .labyrinth" the Arras di., tt problem and he believed the shells should be paid lor at n. uniform price at the simps. trict, whiim was the o oi so much Friday evening nest, after the lome Guard drill. All fraternal societies or unions are 1 .ivileil to send representatives :to help arrange the 1915-16 season's schedule and rules. Other important "new rooms" shall be di.scu.sscd. The following teams have signified their wish to enter the Harrow-man shield games: A.O.P. North. A.O.K. South, C.O.F., K.P., S.O.K. two teams, Postmen, Printers, Bartend- ers, Loyal Moose, Orangemen. All Delegates must he on hand promptly. The league will most like- ly open Oct. 15th. Inhibition games will he played Thanksgiving Day, Monday, Oct. llth. ALEXANDER CAN NOT MAKE RECORD the spots" kces. ofC the Giants and Yau- WITH THE PONIES Toronto, Ont., Sept. results: First race, six Haven won- Arinine, 1.16.' Second ___, Blair won; Blue Cap, 2; Immune, .3. Time, Third race, six Lon- don won; Commensia, 2; Scrutineer, 3. Time, 1-13 2-5. Fourth race, mile and sixteenth- Hilda's Brother won; First Star, 2; Philly Pitchino, Star Has Had Wonderful Year Alexander Cleveland, Na- tional pitcher, is making a great re- cord, but it is almost out ot the question to look to him for a new record for the number of victories landed in a year, or for a new high percentage mark. The record for victories is -10, by Ed. Walsh of the White Sox in 1808. The High percentage mark is .872, set in 1912 by Smoky Joe Wood of the Boston lied Sox. Grover has won 28 games and lost eight for .765. To heat Walsh's record Alex, would have not only to pitch more than one- haif the games the Phils have to play, but win 'them. To beat Wood's per- centage he would have to win more than 40 games in the season, and not lose any more than he has already dropped. x Wood, in his big season, won 34 Kames and lost only five. Ales, would have to win six more victories than 2; 'W. J. Sweet, 3. Time, race, six Dick's Pet, 3. Time, Baltimore, Md.. Sept. summary- First race, five and a half lurlongs Skolny won; True Steel, 2; Scanemouch, 3. Time, 3-5. Second race, five and a half fur- Neptune won; _Ormes- dale 2- Starling, 3. Tune, 1.05 2-5. Third race, mile and 70 yards- Hedge won; Earl of Savoy. I; Borax, S Time, 1.45 4-5. Fourth race, male and 70 yards- Short Grass won; Boley. 2; Cock of the Walk, 3. Time, 1.43. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 25.-Friday's 3 [summary: 0 I First race, six Wil- Wood gathered to make ,up three or more defeats. for iiis The record set by Walsh is unusua1! in more ways than one. That season Walsh worked in Gff oC the 156 games played by his team. That means he was in twelve more than one- third of all the" Sox games, and four- teen less than one-half of a'il games. CHAMPION SHOT KILLED I London, Sept. A. N. V H. Ommundseu of Edinburgh, Scot land, champion- shot of the British Empire, is reported, to have been kill cemoer uit ed while lighting in F'iauders. Lieut. of gl.OUnd. Ommundsen was the winner of the chief prizes at the shooting tourneys held at Bisley, England, including the King's Prize, which he took at the' meeting of the .National Rifle associa- tion in 1910. He has been a member international rifie teams. heavy fighting earlier in tlic year. There the Germans bad built what considered almost Impregnable fortifications. Attack a Complete Success Tho attack was made in co-opera, tion with the British, ivho attacked on liither side of La Basscjc canal. The attack to the south ol" the canal was, Field-MarshP-'l Sir .John French re- ports, a complete success. Trenches five miles in width, urn! about 4000 yards In depth were taken at this point. Tills push forward gives the British possession of the road from Lens to La Bassee, which was used by tlic Germans for moving troops and sup- plies north and south, and threatens o outflank the German troops which lold the town of Lens. Hill No. 70, one of llie positions tak- en on the road, is less than a mile' directly north of Lena, while Hulluch, which also fell into Hie hands of the British, is at the end of the road near La Bassee. It is only twelve miles from Hulluch to 'Lille, the capital of Northern France. North of the canal the British, al- though they fought all day yesterday, were unable to hold the ground sain- ed, and had to fall back to the trench, they had left in the morning. The attack, however, accomplished one purpose. According to Field-Marsha'! French, German, reserves were sent to check this move, thus giving the British-- south of the canal an oppor- tunity to consolidate their new posi- tions unmolested, and the French to make further progress. A somewhat similar manoeuvre took place to the north and south of the Menin road, east of Ypres, and the results were the same. North of tile road the British were unable to hold the ground taken, while to the south they gained about 600 yards of the German .trenches and consolidat- ed the ground won. So far as is reported, the British took 2600 prisoners, with nine guns and "a considerable number of ma- chine guns." Incessant Bombardment For several weeks there has been almost incessant bombardment with liig guns, which, late last week, in- creased in. intensity, particularly in the sector where infantry attacks took place. The French, who have the most im- portant gain to.-their credit, .made their chief onset against the Barman lines around Perthes, Beasejo.ur and Sulppes' in Champagne, where in De- eember they made a considerable gain leaving ilii! public to take cure of the freight. So far us the situation with gard to the unemployment ill the do- mestic mines of this section, and the markctiiiK or this coal was con- cerned, Sir. Grothers did not see just what he could do to relieve the situ- ation, and further than what had been done, lie willing to meet the miners and discuss the matter, hut he believed the difficulties of the, situation were economic ones which had to be adjusted by time. Lemieux Act Hon. Mr. Crothers paid a tribute lo the industrial disputes act. "I do not take any particular credit to my- scli for this said he, "it was framed by the Liberal administration, and it is a good act. With the amend- ments to the act which wo hope to put through next session, which will remedy defects which have been made apparent in the operation of the act, I believe we will have one of the most perfect pieces of labor tegisla- ion in the world. The labor men are oming to realize this more, and are nakinR use of the act. Its operation ms been exceedingly satisfactory. For he fust time this year the labor icn have not asked to have.it rc- lealcd." 5 sleuths looking for Point 7. If they'd stop fencing they'd find il quicker. Have you tried? 1 with flavor purity body, NO GlUT a daylight factory by hands g Gttm point dura PEPPER MINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS Made In-CanmdB Suitable ruuiirdiT discovery' of ihe ith point mill be offered later DUIY OF PEOPLE MY O'LEARY, Tittsburg Chicago St. -Louis Kansas City Newark Buffalo Brooklyn 'Baltimore FEDERAL w. 81 83 S5 76 77 75 72 17 .Pet. .563 .561 .556 .517 .517 liams won: Al Pierce, Time. 1.14. 2; Asparagus, Second race, six Riley won; Disillusion, 2; Transit, 3. Time, 1.-152-5. NEW JUDGE IN P. E. I- Ottawa, Out., Sept. L. ex-lf.P. for King's County, is to be appointed to a court Saturday Games Brooklyn............... Upham, Wiltse, Finneran and Land: llendris and Fischer. Huffalo............... 12 6t. Louis...............10 Krapp, Marshall and Blair; Cran- dall and Hartley. Newark............... 4 1 Reiribach and Rariden; Allen, Bur- ger and Berry, O'Connor. Second game: Newark "J Pittsburg 1 -1 .318 judge'ship at Oharlottetown ceed the late J.udge Beauchard. II SUNDAY GAMES Buffalo 2 St. Louis 7 Anderson, Ehmke, Marshall and Al- len Davenport and Hartley. Second game Buffalo 0 J St." Louis o f Bcdicht, Marshall, and Blair J'lank Chapman. V.C., IS GIVEN COMMISSION London, Sept. Michael O'Leary, V.C., and Private Dwyer, V. C., have been granted commissions in the Northumbeiland Fusiliers. Corporal Angua, Carluke's Tern torial V.C., was lionized in his native village in Lanarkshire today. On he- half of the community, Lord New lands presented the hero with .Wai Loan stock to the value of One of the first Jewish V.C.'s, Act- ing Corporal Issy Smith, visited his old school in Berner street, near Com mercial .road, London, E., to receive a gold'.watch ancl chain from scholars and old boys. 0 2 Packard 0 and I II 3 Kansas City Ouinn and Owens .Easterly. Second 'r lialtimore and'- Kussell Adams, j Jlcnning, Johnson and Drown, Newark-Chicago, .postponed, rain. RUBBER STAMPS Maiio in IjCthbridge by.the Job Depirtmenl. Phone 1252. IN CANADA" Ford Runabout Price 1 ock a man up and he withers. It. takes the sunshine and fresh air to preserve perfect health. The Fi -i; lias opened up the ''great, in vigoratinc. out-of-doors to the Canadian of meliorate means. More --tlion titly. iiioasand 'Canadians .are' using the Ford both tor pleasure and business. TOURING OAK TOWN CAK Knllv cquippedv except Speedomeier, F. O. B. Ford, Ontario, Cars on display and sam at THE FQRD GARAGE VIRTUE PROPS. ,232 3rd AVE, S. skirls of civilization. They appeal to is U: stain! fast in the path oi right- ousness and honor. "The past hi1 ongs to the pioneers, but the future lies in cur hands to do as we will with the sbtious in- heritance which has been left us. The pioneers have acted well their part. Wil! future generations say of us that we have acted well our part''. Will they say of us that we have been worthy sons and heirs of those who bequeathed us this high heritage? That we have fullUel our duly in upholding the ideals that were theirs of honor and righteousness riiQM FROST PAGE) Saturday's attack, however, packed uy tremendous artillery fire, gave :hera possession of more territory him they had retaken from the Ger- mans since the latter dus themselves n after the battle ot the Marne, lit tie more than a year ago. According to the French ajcouut the Germans were driven out of their .renches over a trout of 15 miles varying in depth from two-thirds of a mile to two and a half miles. The French in this engagement Sat rday.took unwounded prisoners which total has since been increased by the" Franco-British forces to ah out Apparently, the advantage is heim pressed still further, as the Frencl communication makes only the brief est mention of the operations. Victory in Twenty Minutes Sept. from th front say that only twenty minute were required for the French infantrj to complete the victory prepared fo by sixty hours of violent shelling, an to oveirun the iirst line of Germa trenches north of Perthes in Cham PVlule awaiting the moment for the ittack the French soldiers'rested be- hind their line Joking and putting their arms in peilect order A bright glow from slow, burning rockets and the glare of exploding projectiles lighted up the entire zone of action duimg the two nights a few hours of intense fire our hopes that our batteries were dominating the situation were trans formed to certain says a wounded officer who took part in the battle The moment for attack was set for daw n hen the charge was sounded vv hole batta ions lemforeed by icserves bounded forward The lush was so impetuous that the Ger mans still alne and unwounded in the battered works seemed dazed and unable to resist They were dis armed and pushed back for new re series to pick tin while the attack Ing line .went on. Ihere was litl.e or no the bayonet did most of the vvorl (Tin, nropoition of dead or woundsi and nrlsoners large was 'left ot eiune companies threw ur their hands at tnc s ght of the dead lv execution bv the Zouav es Part Taken by. -Canadian! Ottawa Ont Sept to a late llqur tins evening no word had been leceived from the Militia department hich would indicate to what extent Canadians took part in the recent heavy fighting In northern-France. uMajor-General Sir Sam Hughes is rather to think that the Can adian forces were not heaviiv engag ed He thinks Canadian troops are holding the Hne at a lolnt consider ablv further north than where the snccesful drive look place llanj inquiries have been made of the part Wken the Cinediiins m the bic tattle. die early pioneer missionaries who braved the wilds of the new land to irliiE the gospel to the savages, of ;.he courageous pioneer settlers who came from all corners the old world, to build new homes, of their ligh ideals of honor and love of hon- est toil and the sanctity of the home, and concluded his address with an impassioned appeal to his hearers to continue to cherish those high ideals, to pluck from the head, oi society the cankers of immorality and ma- terialism that were demoralizing the ace. Tribute to Missionaries The lecturer first spoke of the pio- neer missionaries, the first white men to venture into the wilds of the North American India, the chivalry of as he termed them, who had come out to the new land with the sublime mission 01 converting the Indian. He paid a beautiful tribute to the noble Jesuit fathers, and there was not a corner of the north-west where these had failed to break the bread of eternal life. He spoke feel- ingly also-of the wonderful work of [the missionaries oi the evangelical churches. These early pioneers, he said had not come to the new land for its many beauties, nor for a love of adventure. They had a grander purpose in view. They came to rescue the living temple of God, to snatch the priceless jewel of the human soul from the jaws of savagery. They came at the command of the master builder to lay broad and deep, the foundation of the spirit oi the com monwealth to buld up Christianitj and to extend the reign of Jesus Christ. Early Settlers The speaker paid in pas ing a trib ute to the work of the Oblate fath- ers in the west Wherever IIL had gone he had lound ev idence ol their admirable and sacrificing woik salute toda> these pioneers of the said the speaker.' 'ne hold sacred the towns and villages and the cities ulnch hear their saint lv names, and cherish their saintly memories. We give evidence of our sjmpath) with their earl) sufferings of our veneration for their virtues and our attachment to the'cause for which they sacrificed their lives Much as we prize and honor" the names of those pioneers we none the less prize and honor those who planted the ol our material piosperih The toiler and the builder of the stats deserve our undying .gratitude. They are anchored foreMr in unnersal re membrance Their tame Ins abroad ho has not heard of a Hud- son a Traser, a Strathcona or a J J Hill' came all these .pionesrs of our material prosperity.? From across the seas, from every corner of our sister cdntment And what trei treasure did tlicj bring from the old world lo this northwest Isot much I it is true in com or wealth But they brought something better. They brought the best brain and the best 'nawn of lurope brought in ible courage unflinching deter- Germans Fare Poorly Against The Russians London. .Sept. of the iereest fighting of the campaign is n progress on the Russian front. The Germans continue with poor success their furious attacks in an effort to drive the Russians out of Dvinsk, vhile in Volhyhia and Ga'iicia, the Russians continue to harrass the Alls Lro-Germans who had designs 01 tiev, from which town they are now iurther away than they were a few weeks ago. General Ivanoff apparently Is de- termined to hold back the Austro-Ger- laus, and his efforts are meeting a considerable measure of suc- uess. The fortress triangle, which in- cludes Dubno, Rovno and LtltBjc, is al- most entirely in the possession of the ussians. In Galicia, the Austrians have been driven hack across the rivers which run parallel to the border. The Italians, like the rest of the Al- lies, report a number of successes in taking "fortified mountains from the Austrians. Reach Agreement on Loan to Allies New York, Sept. Anglo- drench financial commission and eas- tern bankers have reached a virtual agreement on the details oi the pro- posed half billion dollar credit loan.; to Great Britain and France. Following are the details of the. loan upon which the commission and ihe bankers of eastern States are in virtual accord The The Anglo-French' notes. The interest per cent, to yi3ld the inventor, about live and one- half per cent, by the notes being of- fered at slightly under par. conversion privilege at maturity of the holder to receive cash or joint Anglo-French fifteen, Or twenty-year1 bonds bearing four arid 'one-half per cent, interest. Bulgaria Has No Offensive Plans London, Sept. 26, 3 Bui "arian government this morning ofn- mlh communicated; to the powers a note stating in the most categorical fashion that the mobilization of the Bulnanan arm} a" ordered in the national interest, and that it had not the slightest offensive character. Ihe notu stated that 'the entry of Bulgaria into any state of armed neu- trality is explained by changes which recently occurred in the political sit- uation and that Bulgaria has not the slightest aggressive intention but is firmh resolved to be full} armed i defend net rights and mdepend ice. The ofliual note lo the powers was despatched irom Sofia on September '3 so that t was framed before Greek mobilization had been decided upon Dr. Ghenadieii, ex-Bulgarian foreign ministei whose inclusion in the So- li i cabinet is reported to be a posst- hihtj has baen known of late for his pro entente views and it is believed hpie that unles" he was certain ol the government continuing its good relations with the entente powers he could not have assured them oi his support. Head of Sun Life Dead at Montreal We Are Stfll In The AND SOWS STRONGER THAN EVER. p. EJacDonald i GUNSMITH ind INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AjMtl. 402 5th Street South. Montreal Sept 27 Robertson i mlij piesidtnt oi the Sun Liie inmition the h ihits of mdustrj ind Co 01 Canada died to thai fibre of steel which go to ,lc wa, 8b jcars anj was the character of the successm! pion ]jnown throilguout the countrv as the hroujlt a lole of 'loneTt1 toil .1 of hoior and tic tinc-i_d t'us ciitil father of throughout Can of the home With t'ns capital the} to talc advantige ol tho offered here 1 hev proceeded huild. up the ulifice 01 our material 'An 1 now we see the harvest ol tlifil planting, in the vast expansion of the countr) in the progiess on everv hand Vnd we vulie this har- vest that lias been reaped from the sifted grim of ihe old world tribute to the captains PROBABLE NEW SENATORS Ottawa Out, 8epl now and Christmas" it is expected' va- cant lenatorships in Ontario ana bee will he filied Among mentioned for ihe Ontario vacancies are-W. H.'Bennett, M.P. :for SInlcoe David Header-. ui Bowyer P P ot Ridgetown 1 dward Gurney of Richard Blain.of Peel: son ot Halton ,r whicwepav tribute to tne captains ol imliuti! the empire builders we cronto and J A of A, wo ments, whose hands hcweil out the and who are sleeping to night in quiet graves on the outr Quebec whicb he filled soon tho chancel thought to favor Charles Beanblen, K.C., of Montreal. NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO DO TOUR BIT, See The Great '1 Columbia Minstrel Show At The MAJESTIC TO-NIGHT (8.30 sharp) in aid of the Patriotic Fond Come wilh the crowd and e the time of life, Admission: Adults 30c. Kiddies WATCH FOR THf PARADE tlAVINS 7JO ;