Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Letlibrldtfe DalJy Herald. Satni'dflv July 30, J910 'IT WOULD PAY YOU i TO PACK A TRUNK; V. with nothing else but bats, balls, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc.> to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more fun ;and tots mom health than you could get of a dozen clothes. YOUR SPORTING TOOLS here if you want them right. We uc'. Handle the near right kind. Lethbfidge Sporting Goods Co. 412 ROUND f7 Wat So i. phy U, To iMeet AttelL Electric lestortr for Men A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL restores every nerve in the body to its proper tension; v restores viin and vi- tality.. f Premature decay and all sex- -weaknesses averted ;at once. make! you a new :a box, or two for 45.00. -to.. any The Scobell Drug Co., Catharines, Ont San Francisco, July present plans carry, James W. Crofforth will stage Harlem Tommy Murphy and Abe Attell on his August card. These- men have been practically, matched by Crofforth, and wh'ile all the details have not been given out, it is more than likely that they will furnish-the next pugilistic attraction According to present plans, Murphy is to leave ;New York in -a few days and will begin his training over at San Rafael shortly after his arrival.' le men are to weigh in at 133 pounds, at 6: o'clock on the night of the meeting. At such a -weight At- tell will be 'giving away a lot. poundage, but it has come pass- Where Attell has to .handicap himself; ,to ;get anything like'a good engage-' ment.. IETHRRIDGE IS STILL ON TOMMY BURNS Denies that :He Demanded More Than, 40 Per Cent, to Meet .Winnipeg, July a new manager, and four .new .men in. the game the jviaroons started the home a victory of 1.'Mas- terly pitching Iby John .Collins'" -and hard hitting.'by 'Larry Piper, Joined the '.team, .today" after, six weeks' atbserice, proved the' downfall of the Pieh terly game but of ;many> tight Suffer Irom rheumatism? You will find an almost perfect tiric-acid tolveii and rdBrf in team, hai joined Wannjpeg cf Mackin, i iiyich; Seattle, Burns, who is in Seattle, denies the statement .published in New-York that the. match between himself 'and'" Sam .Langford, scheduled to- take place--in the Back of a" White Proiaoter' Boy by, Aftermath of ,tOBn 'Decause: "Burns demanded is j the amount he originally 'agreed to O 'flayier, 'lib rf Uriet, 3'b cf r I" 15 3 f HC VUWTCR OP QUAUtX OTHER W. C GAMES SASKATOON CONfiNUES JO ADD .VICTORIES Brandon, July Angels went up in the air last and lost the opeiiing game; of the .series to Sas- katoon g to '4. r'SLx costly fry the locals each allowed a man to reach first the three errors of .the .expen- the third and was relieved ;by Thelen -who did .better ibat support.; VPThrtman pitched -arid -in the WOLGAST LOOKING FOR OWEN MOHAN Fackey McFarland May Get With Michigan Wildcat If He Weight Cftfeago, July Jones, man- ager of Ad, Wolgast, lightweight champion, fg today on ;hls way to San ne hopes to arrange a maJtch .between Wolsast and Owen -Moran, of England. Before leaving 'or the coast; Jones was importuned "by the managersJof small fry fighters .o take on their men, but to all he urned.a deaf-ear." Barney: Litchenstein, manager for ;1rankie asked for a chance but Jones cannot see White as an opponent He informed IdtchenBtein prove first, that his: -man 'was -of Trigger And Traps Hf.uger, SB--- 'Vandlne; Sb Dead. Beatty; told .after rf Johnson had agreed-to meet .me again, that I -would fight Johnson for-35 per Isartatoon S3 Grayion, and Umpire: 'cent, of "the gross X receipts." said L JO messenger-, boy in the employ of the Park 'Steel Works n, of won: tile only' scattered singles off 100-kilometer (62 miles) .-world's -pro- Geehan. '.Houston deserved a better fessional championship in. 1 .iour 22 fate: effective in, all but the fifth MONTREAL TEAM LEAVE FOR HOME states 3S 4-5 seconi, Sf g thour. of Atlanta, was second. Nat j'the first. Butler, of Boston, dropped out of the S 2 Hegina. 3 3 Geehan and" Stanley; Houston and wo PICTURES'AT CHICAGO. I Chicago, July of Police Stewart, issued-an Border to-day pro- Mbiting the of the Jeffries- Johnson fight pictures. Tie order "Permit the exhibition of no pic- tures or representations in any form of acts illegal in 'the .state of 'Illinois." BASEBALL SCORES Mcintosh.., Umpire Wheeler. In a hotly contested football scrim mage last evening, on the emerged victors.- over the Britts by a score of 3-0. The Britt played well, especially in the first -half, but were unable to brook the onslaught of the Englishmen. Wine Department H. E. St. Julien K Johnston.VSt. Julien Barton and Ghiestier Margaux Barton and Guestler Me doc Old London Dock Old Lodge Tice E'egal Imperial Phone 613 Hours, 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. 11 i 12 0 9 0 12 11 UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP: CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block NATIONAL At New R. H; New York 5 "-n Boston........................ _." 2 :8 At Brooklyn............ -2 6 Philadelphia 5 At Pittsburg 7 Cincinnati At St. St. .Louis......................... 2 Chicago 5 EASTERN At Toronto .....V............. 4 5 Second Toronto -g Newark.......................... i At Montreal- Montreal 5 Jersey City 9 At Rochester- Rochester 4. Providence 2 At -Buffalo- Buffalo.......................; s Baltimore g NO.RTHWESTERN At Vancouver- Vancouver............ i Seattle o Tacoma 3 Spokane 2 ASSOCIATION At Kansas City- Kansas City i Cplumbus 3 At St. St. Paul 2 Louisville........................ 3 At Milwaukee- Milwaukee............ 2 Toledo ...................r........ i At Minneapolis 9 'Indianapolis 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pet Calgary-............ 14 .3 .S24 iKdmonton 12 4 .750 'Saskatoon 7 6 .538 Lethbridge....... 8 7 .533 Brandon............ s 9 .471 Moose Ja-w 5 10 .333 4 .11 .267 3 u. .214 Vancouver, 'July sad- der .than they arrived, 'but'consider1 ably wiser, on soine points of lacrosse, the Montreal team, un- teams was that of Even better bail was in evidence: thari! on the tetors had their .money's; rwtatlu score ;was: ;6n tMs pccasiOEU and botn.-teamsL.put up- a striagele for supremacy. A: big crowd turned out to. the or- cheistra dance at the opera -last QiigbJt. which concluded events :in." con- nection .with 'the; races. 'The best of good times, was -enjoyed oy everyone' who ..took the dance in. ,7 He -has ten times; wihnliig v six times, finishing' second twice and third twice. tianlast The -together with: lie to Hiidreth's Jennings tal Saratoga "with a. 'command- uigleadiover James 'R. JKeene for first R. T; son; jr..', -and. successful challengers for the Cup, left .for .home -on" last; evening's Imperial .Limited. While they did not .take the Minto cup back, they V.. HOFFMAN TO WINNIPEG. Regina, July Hoffman, who bag. played second for the Regina team, 'has ibeen loaned to 'Winnipeg club., Hereafter Manager Walters will; hold down the keystone station. 10 12 POUICE TRIMMED HICK-SEHL HARDWARE Last night "the Mounted Police were the "victors in a baseball match with the Sick-Sehl Hardware Co. The -re- sult-was 6 :to 4. The Police have ar- ranged to play the Press on Wednes- day evening. return with several thousand .dollars as their share of the gate receipts for the two cup games to 'solace them for their plucky but unsuccessful try] to pry the silverware free from the moorings in the Royal. City. There was a, big, crowd of local la-j crosse enthusiast's and former Mont- real boys down at the depot to see the Easterners off. Both President W. E. Findlay and Manager David- son declared l-he Nationals of Mont- real would likely come out after the cup, but they did not think the Frenchmen would ;do any better thin the wearers of the winged wheel. Fronri Westminster comes the 'an-, nouncement that the total receipts of j the two games were .the i receipts." of the first -game being and the other Both j teams split even on the purse after! the deduction of the expenses. In all I people saw the two games. At i the first there were people inj attendance, and -7978 at the second. W. 3. SAUNDERS, PROVINCIAL MANAGER, CALGARY. GENERAL AGENT, LETHBRIDGE. B CANADIAN BANK OF C( 3 7 6 12 Boston 103 New York 330 At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 441 Washington o 64 At Chicago..................... 0 10 3 troit 160 At Cleveland-St. Louis. No- garrte sched- uled. h something DC Packard's "Mon-Ami" Sfcoe PoliiL. Qulckio put to Slow to lose its and and preserves the leather. In Black and men's, women's and children's shoes. I The biggest lOc box of its kind on I the market. I can recommend It. I Try it. I I 2 AT Alt DEALERS' I.M. fackird Umltrt. MMrtnaL OmCK. TOROKTO XSTABUSHED ONE ON OWENSBORO.- Can't Stop Cockfights and Other Sports When Staged on a 'Barge. P. O. Box 344. Phones: 62S, Garage. 1262, Residence. GAEAGE BROWNE- COSMAN CO. Five stalls with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. Frankfort. Ky., July is 'becoming the Reno of Kentucky, for prize fights ana all kinds of sport- ing games are going on near that city, is the report that is coming to this city. It is understood that the sports are invitefi to go to Owensboro, where they get to see all the fistic carnivals they desire, an-d the sport goes on un- molested. There is some question as to whether or not -the DaviesiV County Grand Jury will fte able to' j take up the -case. The prize fights take place on a large roarge that is permitted to drift out into the Ohio j river. Cock fights, dog: fights, and all kinds of scraps are plentiful on this famous barge. Authorities have written ihere to the state officials making enquiries as to what action should -be taken to stop them, -but the officials are stumped, and Owensboro may .become the Reno of Kentucky in reality. B. JL W1IXKB, ftttiiamt ATJTIIfPll IlIKD, Gown! Muufer Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES new TraveOcn' Cheques recently issued by this Bank a most which ewry mooey when They are bsued in denomiaaiMM ml and and the exact Mmmt payable in Austrim Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Gremt Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Swede. Switzerland a stated oo each cheque, while m etber they are payable at rates. The cfaeoties all mfonnatioD them may be obtained at every rfthe Bant Lethbridge Brand C .G. K. Notirse, fflgr. BASEBALL KILLED BABY. Indianapolis, Ind., July Stephenson, two-year-oold daughter of Fred C. Stephenson, died to-day from the effects of .being struck by a iball thrown -wildly toy Albert Mattingly, age 26. It 'bounded from the pave- ment, and struck the baby, who was standing near. ESTABLISHED IMC Assets Oct. Over Banking By Mai! "We have already over 40 Branches in Ontario about 120 in the West. If we have not yet cASy resicit of yon, you can cany on all your banking business by mail, conveniently and safely, with onr nearest Branch. Call or write and the Manager will gladly explain the to you. Open a Savings Account with a Deposit of or more. Interest is paid at highest current rate and money may withdrawn at any time. Main Office cor. Round Redpath SU I G. R. TINNING Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. _________Grawy W. Bail He. Manager.