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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TH-. LETHBRiwGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1909. Ketchell Won From Papke San Fi-ancisco. C'al., July the Papke-Ketchel bout of -0 rounds today. Keferee Koche uedari-d Stan- ley Ketchel victor on points. Papke appeared, in ring cm schedule time, but after ten minutes without Ketchel's appearance he returned to his dressing' room. Ketchel entered the ring at 2.49 p.m.. and Papke climbed back a moment later. The odds were still 2 to 1 against Papke but he u-as confident. Ketchel opened the first with a right smash to the stomach, then followed rarest ling- and Ketchel uupli- cated the blov.-. The referee ex per-, ionceti great -difficulty in separatimg the men in clinches. Hound two found the men at rang'.1, Ketch- el cioins: some fearful iippercutting to the jaw of his opponent. Papke re- taliated on the stomach. Hound 3 the imin rushed each other to and fro. Papke get in a straight ri-ht to the mouth anil bringing- blooci on Ketchel. Rovnd four, opeiu-u vviiis a to the i-ut it only force.; a from five f-.-u-.iJit bitter! Y e-vry the way the iVree exhausted i'aptve through the jo'cs :y sheer strength. The sixth consi-teii of raps, given iiercvly. the meii fell on t-he iioor from their exertions. The roun-a ended vi.-ious but, in- effectual rally. In the sev-euth the same stylf was and the eighth, ninth tenth found still at it, hammer and tongs. But in the latter round Papke surprised, the champion by coming to the'mark and landing a couple of stiff punches to the face. In the eleventh Papke hraveiy responding to a swing with a full left j to the jaw of Ketchel. The latter! slipped to the liOor. his foot catching j on Papke's shoe tops. Hound. 12, 13 and 14 differed so little that there was little to de-! scribe, hut in the loth Ketehel open- ed with a vicious chop on the jaw, then left to the stomach and forced his man through the ropes. The men slowed up perceptibly. With 16 and 17 the men battled at a furious clip, close tog-ether or locked in.each oth- er's embrace. By the time of the; 18th both men seemed to have lost' the sting to their blows and "took to i wrestling. Suddenly in this round' the Thunderbolt "jarred his man with two left hooks flush on the spat blood and appeared First Impressions may not be the right ones, but they are often the lasting ones. Where one person reads a man's char- acter in his face, a hundred read it in his clothes. If you look as if you slept in your clothes, most people will jump to the conclu- sion that you do. And you will never get a chance to know them well enough to prove that you don't. Make your appear- ance count you instead of- against you. "Wear LETHBRIDGE WON IN THIRD INNINGS Still In Third Place-McNeil On the Pitching Staff F.dsnnr.ton, .July twirl- 1 tho 'Irishmen presented n same to th-- Minors' in a poor exhi- oand JHiseler an-d Zwicker. Umpires Voss jand Donnelly. MORXIXG GAMES (JULY 5) j Eastern i At j Buffalo 6 Montreal 0. At Toronto 9 Rochester 5. At Jersey Jersey City S Newark l. j i At j Providence 5 Baltimore 2. National j At Pif.tshurg 2 Cincinnati 0. j At i Boston 5 Brooklyn 1 At j Xew York 3 Philadelphia 0. American i At j Washington 7 Boston 6. i At Xew Philadelphia 7 New York 2. THE WORLD'S FAMOUS Astrologist Palmist MADAME DELMAR MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bacliolor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of niano, organ and theory principal of llie piono dcpt.. Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridgo Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave.] and Bartiett St Phono 244. Has arrived in'the City and is located in the Sheppard Block, the Alexan- dra Cafe where she can be consulted daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Is not a Fortune Teller and should not be classed as such. A Scientific Palmist Astrologist Will tell you what you are best adapted for, and what to do to be successful in business. We get Hazelwood's Ice Cream from Spokane daily. All flavors Restaurant open for short orders at all hours Chow Sam Co. i If you wish to be happy and gain good health call and consult this remarkable palmist at once as her stay in the City is limited to a short time only Perfect satisfaction guaranteed in all palm read- ings or horescopes or no fee accepted, "This is fair is it not" 1 If you are in doubt concerning some important matter and need advice call the Madame at once. Prides reasonable and within reach of all. OFFICE IN THE SHEPPARD BLOCK, Next to Alexandra Cafe LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA DKOP INTO The Fashion Some time if you are Dot in the habit of doing so. They put up a great menu there Try it! The Menu at The llberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything1 in season. ;