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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS. THE LKTHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, April 8, 1911. "Craignorth" Submits a Lively Budget of'Westem Turf News and Views Regina Won't Support Baseball Club in Western Canada League ATHLETICS (MCE OF McGRAW AS WINNERS OF AMERICAN LEAGUE MACK A CJJAPLIX GIANTS' MANAGER THINGS THEY COP PENNANT IN! THE AMERICAN LEACUE. "The bet said Mauler McGraw of the New York as he over the prices laid against the ectos of both bijj leagues by a book concern, "is iho six to cJ.ve .offered against Connie .Mack's in i. the Amevican "Most of the otbur prices are false TJacy fcave Ginnts quoted S to 6 favorites he sales, pick otu a cheap youngster and devel- op it. He hoiiKlu Chimes 12.1? l--n for ?SO, and sold her tor for liirl he paid and sh-3 netted him and this week he has sold the four-year-old black filly Marietta, by Ad ward i'J: 2'.i J-H. oui of a full sister 10 Nett'u- Urook 12: IS 1-1) by Silent Brook c2: to Kdward iiollenbeck, of Got- iien, X. Y., for Marietta was bred by I'ngarette Kly. at town. and was consigned by them to tlie sale here in February, liT'l. She The underwear fault 15- noi to mjomoie anv. irv fees are looked into. It ?eem? to j usual good programme ha? been v rae u? be n. ini-uike to make bit: purses sued. The very reasonable entry meetings; in j wirh larse Smaller purses of r. nor .VMT. wifli no iledv.cuon. is V'P a serious blow to me entry fees, I believe.; here charged. General Ii. will mu it is in this Sti.te that] ale horsemen better. For jcomueie in the Kree-for-All. hu; will I'.irvey knocked down to iseniley for lie took her to ihe half-mile (rack at coital; Georgetown and gave her some cduca- uonal work. Last summer he brought her to the tnile track here and she The Henley not paced a mil for him in H.OS. During the! permit of a crew -October imtting meeting Lou Mi-Uon- a! instructions previous to their race' aid heard about her. and asked for a for the Grand Challenge Stewards 'price, llentley ?aid he d lei her go Cup. but Ten Kyek can come h'-re iu June to prepare the Otiiiv.-js for the Canadian Jienlev at Sr. Catherines. .Ten Kyck has given "EDO" J U Ui cina JMgasr ClivJ iiui c fiucLt UT.-IL'.I. -.--v i- meetings have hitherto been i Instauco. take the Ruaniug Derby, for: give t.wo exhibition miles on the rial- were macv eastern j which Conditions were published lastjurday and Tuesday meet. This still- llciU. _ t _ ___......_., for S2.000. MeDoniild drove her four better than there was something about her rliac he did not umey, and he passed her up. llolien- jiesTifms for their new which '.vill :beck. liowevtr. came down to see her be b'.iilr in England. J-fi? t-out.riic; is i his week, liked her. and bouy Lit her at .understood to have been closed. :is F'ul-' .52.00U. She will be raced this on down with instructions :oithe half-mile tracks in the North and sign him at. any price. JEast. held, if owner and s.uil Ung ,vho supported ihe sport lib-, for Calgary in 1913. Jr would cost' lion been a very good ad for Cnl iio were men of siabsrance 1 to a torso paid up :o fhe'gary and the Province, and his pro The pendulum will no j dale of running. An owner entering this ye.xi- will again he closely to havo do-ibt s'vi n" again ia favor of horse-, a horse or' two is going to have quite :i men, bur, meantime there will be a an outlay.'It is true a big purse sounds ia the thoroughbred market.: bis on ih- score euro. when. a> tched. -PROGRAMME OF FAIR Lonuou, April following are j Southern. League: the resulis of football games played j Watford 3; Now Ley- in big leagues today: t lon o; Millwal! Athletic 1. Brentford .Second division: Jl: Park Rangers 1. Crystal Banjfiley Oainsboroiiph Trinity 4: Wostbam TJnitenl. Bristol noned. Bromwich !-Hovers 4; Luton 2. 2; lbianO. Cbc-lsea 2: FnlhainO. Clap- nnd of people will vent. thrown outj's often 5he case, on Grand Q. meetings .the entry and stake, yajd in of ,uu, a ninriilie of often exceed the purse: tne ailt is taken off gingerbread. There eer- 1'he .'Jberra Derby for will lie of tfiy year, and there are two harness j of nnt! a ninning stake of j and another of S'jOO. These t.er wo, however, may fill on '.he of April. There is no meeting in Canada wliich eotuaius in its programme such !a sporting mixture of evtuis catering to all pportatnc-n. from the man to :he Fulo a.ud it is always ;an enjoyable time. a eating the Law tainly should be a rule added to the- The tende acy ia the Sutes to go National and American rrouing rules to ostrsiiie-s alienates a deal of sym-jthat all om.ry money exceeding ;.he va; hy which otherwise go to the-value of the purse should go to tlie horsemen, ?-use where is the sense winner. of racing for l months on end over one-! trr.rk. V-.'ha: i 3 it after all but an es--; West Ahead of East far sarabl ing? Even many lovers j TaluiRg iu lbe WOSL of the tr.orouv ;hbred sicken ot :they compai-o very favorably with the j Another event, which has circus work, a i this connection rhe mo.t lowus: valu.; raised is lbe Gentlemen's Run-j tii-e chat :a 2 ntisu CoLumbui repjajjj LaVtf boeu of 5300. and 1 notice that' I have invented a scheme to get around1 antl wbere :hc the Dominion Fair at Resina. Uu-re the Domiuioa IU tr> his- the exroiitinn ihai proves r'm lend and represent the fact that all ?ntl nun can hardly horses at the- track are going to tnat nno or pete asrt so on, whereas the fact a preponderane running of course onlyisomc of the jevents- i ed is a 'One Mil c. miii. ui ciiuibc u [.Ings for which programmes, neen.j wtH bg rear-.. or I. pubrishod. and if the rmmrsp. -.-arcs i the longer of the- money, they are tie chief drawing card at mosr Calgary Meet s; meetings, and thn purses any way arc; On .July 1st Calgary starts n TiOt so rich as they look when rhp ?n- jd.-xy moer. at The Fair, for which the of THE Standard Garage Auto Repairs. Lathe Work, Tire Auto Supplies. Batteries, Spavk Plugs, Tires Gas Burners, Carbide. Oils. Greases, etc. Agents Ford Motor Co. Come in and see I he new Ford Torpedo Roadster FRASER TUCKER o Amongst the races advertis- Gentlemen's Purse of Si'jfi; and 1-S Handicap ot" j Hnrrile of SK-0. and ihe f'itizous j Stake. One and a Quarter five- trtsly a lilieral programme leotl lias a very fine and many he to visit it This tr.cnith on the rri spring horse snow. r-'ollnv.-jns on (rranunj m a dny's mi The Tth or certain that the other men In lite play have i-iugiit. the sisunl. ur.-j tlorsuip.d what is ro ho arr.onu'tcd and 1 are preparod to inako tho him. "There comes n lime in ev- ery br-.n garw when ?ho opposing tenm best fnnn in the series l.ist fall, he- still receives credit for know- ing all of the fine points l-chind was a.sked the other diiyihas a e'ur.nce to win by stroriug j ".n on tho scientific methods {a lot of run? in a bunch. Tho inning j -Ml !n baseball anrt this is what in wiiit-h tlnr happens is tiie one in i he said: which the catcher otight TO offj i was a pitclier in semi-pro-1 his play. !n ;i" situation when r.! fi team? p.ronml Kansas Ci-y.jicani is having n bat ring rally it I many pnmes by trying too'twice as easy for a catcher to cat.oh I ranch, by too ouen nnd byjr.j'-n off bases by fasi. throw.- i' is'; wearing tnyse'.f out by efforts, j H: any stage of the eontoc-t. i 1 was as ;i ball player in- "The i-vim that is ralljiiij: np.d i several h.-foro experience j almost in hand always is i ;i--'inc :u Thr ins'an: I ;intl thf> runners more! loads and This Havana cigar satisfies every taste! Think how good this cigar must be. From a xvorld-famous d ist riot in Cuba we im- port all the tobacco that's used in Baiod -Uivsnas. We gladly pay thousands of dollars each year for import, duty simply that, we ma.y giva.you the best cigar for the money ever made by hand labor. By methods exclusively ours, we mellow the its fine flavor and rare fragnmce and then our experts work this tobacco into the host, smokabie. shape possible. ot-V.-- SinoK? Evenly Sweetly tot-Sic Last Puff: The. lighting end 5s larce. lights easily auJ draws freely. Tb? flavor never al- some, smooth mellow throughout. Stop in Ui'1 next, store you nass end buy yon will say jt's Jhc best, you ever put be- your lips. JOSK GASTK COMPANY Manufscturers of Bated Havanas. El Moro Mi Linda King Ont. f sui1 some of The of moderate than At Edmonton K.imonton d pood n bfins; a Sl.O'iO ohaurp Mar-.ttfa-.-turerc Stake, Thf-ro are also two r-.mning of rarb. and s'and r-.i-'i hreds ,md t'norouchV.reds have' to make goort. break up a roam quicker anyone !Io need not ;in error to do if. One of The ;t. vays to losr> a pnme is for iho to Throw T.OO much, lie may. dny." of racing tiirow perfectly and yet keep the in- field moving in ami OUT of position. him winnirtc rally ami ho there for the 32IM.O Srake for 2J-) Pac-ers or 2.3r, porting hi? throws and Barnes, one of havr- th- halter. cau'-.r tin- v, "Mv has Lethbridgc bprk T-et.hbridpo hu: as I have not ye: se 1 Tut- same for thc The thc io p'liiys 5 to use a ho ratcher kocp? nil the; time he rlir- many The !o! to wp.t'-b. if tV-em watcbitie; him Th'-ir Tninds off tliosr o'-'-v tir-s and cuip'-'s them to make blund- ers. "KivsT and in imponarife iti '.vintrinc is 'ii0