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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 5. MM I. TITE LETHBHTTMIE DAILY TIER A1YD Football Chat Through Hitj -RoVers healing (irassy (opponents l.nku and, the.'Kungrrs winning Iheir Hit' niniio ol I ho fixture with Macleod, tin; Lethbrhlge Hungers are urelt.v well nssurW of ilie ch.impiimKhip ol the Southern Al- ter I a mid tlie riune of H owing to llic fact .or two i of their Hni'-iip were on'the stan.of tUmt com UIH H li full -of fouls, pany. way the good for Grassy Lake'.were unfortunate on Tuesday night when they nvct tbn Kovers on tlie Overseas ground, and 1lid Rovers may he'said to ha vi: been lucky. -The play was very and the name worth to I he sped a- ciajin its last season's working, and Aston ln i.lwti.er.'GDoil the prla UB- "Bradford City A'illa went'-tticm a business. Amnng the-chilis nibbling for transfer of Veitch and Rutherford from Newcastle United are Bolton Wanderers and Oldham Athletic. CraBdall and 'he was knockec out of box. cussed Ihlni tnd Crandall, independent as a the hiked to the farm near a he cuHhated the soil issidu- YOD Cinl Leave Ike Beirl BeUnd So Don't Forget the Gillette Tli ft, hnrty open-air life seems to tnakes the beard grow as it never from home. To tilt man without a G5LLETIE it becomes a downright nuisance. C'feanlinen, cotnfort and pelf-respect demand the morning shave. But boats, Ininfl, resorts and camps provide ncanL shaving facilities. never worriw the man witlr-i O1LLBTTE Safety Razor in his grip or his _ pocket In lurching cabin or swaying on the back porch or beside conveafenit wherever the momiug finds liim he can enjoy his regular three- in aolid oomfbrl, with a lordly independence of place or circutEKance, -1' yonr grip with discrimination. .Travel light. Leave out the life. But wlwteyer you do, don't discount your holiday by Ml without "Tin Razor of'Ts-day. StBiMlkrd S.U Pocket Editiom to SwU from up. At or Hardware Dealer's. The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited and Factory 63 St Alexander Street, Montreal k Ulcmw'. Part.. ant Next vear the manager unused .to such begged -Crandall to return and Otis f< his style'--he Iioolted onto a case of appendicitis'and while in a hospital vaa drafted by tbe Giants Manager McGraw drafted Crandall for One he won nine iof eleven games when the Flirting IFloras slipped him the merri giggle, and the other %ns that he plajed m Cedar Rapids, where McGraw started. .Crandall But 23 Crandall is but 2-3. He; is perhaps, most''remarkable player in ;the game Last sear he led the at .bat.: He led with 19. games won four lost When the officials conned the, figures he fiad_the. .bent all round average'in ".the .'league. ;He proved the all-American star since jthe beginning of tlie game. This senaon Crandall-lias gone ahead :n.B before. As a utility hitter, sbort {stop, .second baseman and. first base (man he been brilliant Ho is ;up amon.g the pitchers.- He hopes to icatch a.'championship game and Me jGravr may let him, Crandall is a firmer ball plajer He ?owns a. neat, of northern In diana and Instead of tolling iron men Jdomn on paydjj, he slips cash: home to. nay .for land or sinks lit into an interest paying will be eating chicken when some bal players are looking for a cheese gand wlch. AR a boy Crandall had control. He could flick a fly from plow horse's ear with a- whip and curve clouds o dirt that knocked from the equine'e He also pitched haj .and the muscles he developed show to radvantage when he lifts the bait to the deep corners, Mpdest and unassuming Crandall hat; developed from B nhy country boy into quiet; Confident, athlete. Hii splendid work has endeared him to New York WHY DREYFUS PAID FOR hia gentlemanly conduct makes him a favorite off the field as nil splendid does on It. DREYFUS CATCHER "BILL" KELLEY hicflBO, III., Atip. statement Is printed here today, that President Birney Dre.vf.us of the Plttshurg Nat- ionals, IIHR purcliased catcher William KeUey, battery mnte of Pitcher' Mar- Hn O'Toolc, of the Paul American ncsociption team, M-ho was sold to Plttshiira; n few days ago for anch another pitcher. Dreyfus, It is paid in cash for Kellcy and will glvo St.. Paul a catcher worlh Kelley will report to the Pitts burg club at the name time as O'Toolc which will be some time In Septem- Why s man invariably write own name when fiven a pen tn Pittsburg''Needed Him to Fill in Vital Deficiency in' Pitching Staff Oreyf.ua of tin NatipnuMMHeball dub bid u; to for Pitcher O'Toolc of the S Paul American amociatlon toain, am hae0d blni at'that price, he clos ed the biggest deal ever made in base Kill for a single player. But could a nlnor leaguer he worth to major league, team? The Investment of a sum like 00 In a single ball player seems ii'gt thought like H taking a gambler's itiance. The casual observer woulc u'obably conclude that the chances o realization on the investment are com paratively small. Here, is the statement issued bj 'resident-Dreyfus as to why he pak his phenomena! rsum: "I did not make tbe deal for Pit !ier OToole of St. Paul without giv- ng tbe matter carerul consideration, figured it this way: "Pittsbiirg is jiist now engaged in bitter battle for tbe National league 'cunant. We nave been keening near be top with our present pitching taff. But we have been unable to In the fow games nceesary to put s in front. We have been just ractlon short of top-notchers long. have three twirlers who have one grand, consistent work. Adams, elfield and Camnitx have won a big najority-of their, games. I believed int if-we had another consistent win- er on the pitching staff we would be to cut down the lead of our riv- Is and eventually win the pennant, "It is needless for me to try to con- eal my desire to land another win- er. That is the secret of the deal, wenty-twp. thousand five hundred ollars ia'the largest sum ever expeu ed for. a single player. Hut, I nm king the chance that its return'will e a National league championship, nd a'sliare in'the .rich world's cham- onehip spoils. "If my gliess works out, then it will ave been money well expended. We ere in the world's series in 1909. The ittsburg club's-tibare that year was ver won the'series from otroit. Suppose -we-do that well this ear? ..Then.. I think, tbe public will gree that the; money put Into O'Toole as well 'expended. "However, that; Is .not the only hing to be considered. O'Toole will a big card even before the pennant ght is decided. Hla reputation makes m a card, but, the mere fact that 1 aid so large a) sum .for him will.ai- act the fans. They will want to see e the "highest- player in baseball." That means gger crowds at our park during the mainder "of the season, and at every ty play. Tbe Plttsburg ib reaps the benefit right away. "However, I was not figuring alone the present. O'Toole, though not vice, iii! still a comparatively young 24. He oiiglit to have ten ore ,ycara lot solid; baseball In him, he is a winner through those years will be a.drawiug card for the club ght 'along, and we will be 'realizing investment as-long as we keep 11. U he should turn out to be a cond Camnitx, Jlalhewson, or Brown e can scarcely estimate how much will be wo'rth to .MB. "If I were asked to tell-In a word ly 1 bought the man, I would reply CCAUSB WE NEED HIM. I meas- ed his value by our necessity. If we d had winning pitcher on e staff, it is not likely that I would va worried much ubouU O'Toole. 'Jl'ay.bo- T gave the ,matter more oughi than my who may be trifle better fixed that the Pirateb In this one department, I ,watchec the race pretty closely, and 1 came tbe conclusion, some'time ago that were handicapped by not having one more good pitcher., I sent one of scouts to look at p'Toole. He ropoit cd that the young man was tbe bes pitcher he had seen this year. Then I went and looked at con eluded the matter. He impressed ine as the most likely-looking twirler 01 the season and I bought him." BASEBALL AT ALTORADO Aftorado, Alta., July rappety, rip, rap, rlnc, What's the mat- ter with 5-fl nine, Are they beaten? N'em, nein, nein. A fiuin gclone of the baseball season was played to- day, when the 3-11, team crossed bats with the 5-9 boys. These teams quick- ly demonstrstod-that the champion- 'hip of the homestead territory" bo- longe.d to one of them. And up to now It a horse apiece. The first game resulted in a score of 3-1, the next was fi-2, and today settled the question, by. a score Of 3-2 in '.favor of the fi-9 aggregation. In a game of this class it ia impossible or oven an nJUBtfce to singU out the Indivdual players for congratulation. And yet the persistently aggressive play of PugJi. at second for. the 3-11 team, and of )VhItney behind the bat, was con- stantly applauded. As for the ti-IJ nch it is sufficient lo say tliat all stars of the first magnitude shine a- Ike. And yet, perhaps, tlicre is n lit- .le difference in the coloring. The work of Groenp. suffi- tome white men can come .back. Manager Mac- kenzie, at. first, played in his usual onn. 'The nerve of Benuie, to con- imie behind, inc ,ba( with a broken inger Is and but one cr- or was charged W This wax, Old Smuggler Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age t Made in the Clenlivet of Ditlilleritt in ScoiUnd, from the of Scotch 'Barley, DIHECT FROM Distillery Co. BANFFSnilE, can be had from C. C. PAGNVELO WINE AND SPIRIT LETBBRIBCE. Sab for town and ZHitrlct. AT THE MAJESTIC NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY flofo Kickctts (Mr. Horace V. Noble) foreman Itolby iiaiK-h, ,in "fti Wyoming." however fatal; and accounted lor one of the'runs.- Fewy if leftms. out- side of the favored; with pitfber of Boilea aJiihtj BOSTON NATIONALS. AHf-rMO; LONGER ON T.HE MARKET Pltwburg, Pa., Aug. of the mmoritj IB tlons for the teen strike outs is a splendid recird, itcrcsl in the Boston National and It is no discredit to bsttins to lack GlPHtton, of Snn Fran powers of the 311 plajers that they [cIsco, were called off here tonlffKt, by made so few hits and retired in the j President. William H. own one, two, three order 10 often. Mr. B. P. Lewis made n very sat- isfactory umpire. er of the team It n naid thnt Glen son failed to get the neceMary Jto close the deal. 1HERE was a With both of his shoes yet to brush! In a minute of time POLO fixed up his And it staye4 bright right through SHOE POLISH 1 T TAKES less thnu A minute tn put- on a Polo shine -just a quick ruh ami over, IT Polo Hoes finnlly become dulletl, an your shinef Mora- easy hack all its gloss. Ask your grocer or slioetnan for ortah. The tan both cleans anil polishes. 'Good 'Stands for the Leather- Weather' ;