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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ographs sole -agents goods in a.nd f airline of machines, both two aiid four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Gem Combination ____ Standard Standard Combination Home Home Combination Triumph Comb The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. TOE LimiBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, November LATEST NEWS LATEST WEWS MATRIMONIAL BUG IN THE RANKS Of the Philadelphia Team Five to Bow at Altar PHONE 1031 ROUND IASTERN FOOTBALL Beared pet Ottawa in Pa., Oct. members of the champion Athletics jare to become benedicks during the, I coming winter. The only one of them! hvco ever has had any experience in i connubial bliss is Coanie Mack-, a ower. vcho has two grown sons. He is "to marry Miss Katherine Hallohan Argos local-girl. Connie declares the win- GOING IS BATTLING lives Lacks His Old Steam a hotly contested tame -by 11 to 4 here yesterday -people. The Argo con- better -than the tMs accounts for the resclL Ottawa i-a rouge early in "the game and _ no more scoring in tie first When play was resumed the got a try and kicked a goal, they'forced a. rouge and ended, Argos. 7; Ottawa, i. in the! third quarter there "was .plenty ofl not' much, scoring. Octa-i made nothing, -but the Argos se-! two points on a rouge and dead j5 of the world's series has "nothing to, do with his marriage, as it was ar- ranged months a "Keauy. i cannot.give any "detailsj ".Mr. Mack will arrange all that in.due course of time. He was so 'anxious to win the world's series that he did not gix'e the wedding a great deal of at- tention :-berore he went away." Aiio Cotlins and' Collins and Jack Coombs, two CHAMPIONS SHIER HOLDERS ..-.line kicks. In the last'quarter rouges were in order, Ottawa forcing three, and the Argos one. The score ended 11 to 4 for the Argos, McGiil Oct. and }fc- -Gil! flayed, a ttay on a flooded' field, the score end- tag 14 to 10 for the home team, ifc- Gill, kicked with the- wind and made a score of 3 to Queens 1 iin the first quarter, when the ends changed, yueens forged ahead and with a of. the, stars ,of the. recent, series are to use their winnings to-furnish a snu cozy corner, and they -acknowledge! treely that winning: the series "helped j Eddiejis-to marry Miss -Mao-' el Dean, daughter of a Phiiadei-puia J manufacturer, and Jack Viii journey I ail the way to Texas J Kelss' of Falesi Flank goes tc shortly .to wed an old pi is a reai fan. and insistec jScotcfamen Defeated 0. E. Soccer Team by Close Margin Yesterday iS Afternoon and Established Their Right to the City and District Championship Sons of England 4 goals 3 goals -i he Callies by winning yesterd match, not only I-.-QU "the Wr U-iiarity Shield, but they also cine their claim the title- of the ch pretty well in opponents' terrt Aaclerson Callie l carried c sticks. revived with this retaliatin how- o ,oaoic while cro-d Francisco, Oct. Ne son and AntoneXa of thif fought a fifteen round draw to- before the Broadway c kelson displayed all of his" old Jine .boring in .tactics, and kept after La Grave from the start, he demonstrated that, he is to be classed with the fighters who can not .come back. Several times he had the local ooy, worried; but' the Dane could nnf s-xuer. the. force "TO send home a knock out punch. La Grave was nervous Booked as-th was going-to nave an easy -f Driving in straight then -with the helped him to -the title, Ne'lson his man around-the Tins. Alter three or four rounds of this La Grave steadied down and fought back He showed little science hut was rugged and game, and his' youth staved COU SIGHS FOR THREE VEARS Chicago, Oct. Mur- Phy of the Cubs has across" with a 'bonus aud a years' .contract at a real baseball d Uarv for me young man wao hailed Mich- igan last spring, did so much; tovpiteh the -team into the National league championship and started onlv game Chicago won Irpm the i Ubieties in world's series. Before leaving town to gfive Bay City, Mien., a treat, King CoU) called ai Cub headquarters to say rood-bv Murphy went into ecutive session with tJie piu.-h.ex, at once. CoJe was asked how many games ;he had won for the Cubs this year. lUe said he know. He was id formed the papers said he htwHron ames and lost four. He also v.-as in- ormed that this record entitle d him tllas callied Tor im by contract he signed -wik the club it -was, "known Aether or not he good. That informration was aecoacpanied by-a cheque with which the slater sil- enced any of bis friends who' tried to tell him -that he not --been -tisefl right in not being allowed to, 'pitch -all the games of the world's series.' Cole Given Good Contract Cole left the ihagnaie's of- he was asked if he liked Chicago enough to cMne-EacK. 'An affirm- answer -was- given, and tie con- 'ab- ended in- -the preparation sign- f a contract for JLSil, and '-hs-tenns-or-whicli t3ie score. In the third quarter iCWse of Penper Clarke, the pitcher pun-chased from Waterloo, and, of Ker drafted Fond du Lac. Iter- is a-southpaw, and Clarke is u.vva> without evidence of distress when- the gong- ties. with however, cleared, onh- to place it from in the net. Both where sides in me net. isnTn oirtQp buttressed eaS lull the ball with length of the them almost the} field. Holberton getting it past Boss, after the latter! Besides Cole, several' Cubs left for their homes during the day. John Kling went :to Kansas City to brush up on his pool playing.'and begin plan-' ning for the .amateur three -cushion" DiUiard tournament to be started ,soon the National Billiard, league, or wmch John G-. is .president. u tji_ jovjoLun one-sSl1? 5- The Same a Series Miss one-sided affair, from Beginning; to end ousa has been the guest of Mrs L-a e .collegiate, mc-n-showing poor foriajTnomas. and Miss McDonou-h ac- .j to-night that she promised to marry Jack immediately it the club succeeded in "bringing home "the ba- con." And now for the Mendelssohn wed- 1! it. tne bein and furious to -1 :v's victoiT almost to! Wim the windl of the whistle. Players suffered slightlv t practice and there was quite a spr'okl their faror it look- PLAY CHESS BY TELEGRAPH Winnipeg.- Oct. annual t sraph4c chess game between Winnipeg Montreal chess 'clubs was played Ustrnight. when the time .limit bad midnight tie result was m doubt, each club having won -taree of its -games, but four games nnflffished committee .will, adjudicate on ravage possessed by each club in roar undecided games. march. A WRESTLER'S CHALLENGE Clarence Ecklund writes to the Herald from Moose Jaw, saying that he would like to -arrange a match with any wrestler in--the west at 165 pounds. oC mistakes on both sides. goalkeepers were kept pretty throughout the were few and far between: were much their ng' 'half, at.! tiie iai'ier i ucc. fi-rp niilo had, saved a shot by Paunch. The .road race proved .a fast eve'nt there enthusiast just referred to thereupon j being only about fortv Wondt ha .____ ui L. concluded, he had better-, keep his memoriam cards in his pocket until raster. there was certainay of, deatli. AI- i although a steady 'Chough "the Sons attacked once 01 twice more they were draw The _ weather 'was cool and -bright west wind made even ere time was called. 'JTie teams were: Sons of .Mcln tyre, going slightly harder. JOeKeper, Indian, of North End U1XJ oefore O'.irer succeeded j Karris and Sarrell, back- t__.1 ..____ i oal; I I contolued to press' .Sons'. goal ten minutes they "Ot kept the ball j in a shot with Boss away from dome: K. Chiswick and Firth, halves: Faunch Holberton, Brennan and C Chiswick, -forwards. v BOSS, goal; R. Moore and1 Anderson, :backs: Brennan, Whyte and half_ backs; Marr, Glenn A -Moore, Weymss and Oliver, forwards' athi 7 j Athletic Association, was the winner I ior the second time in 23 minutes and '38 seconds. E. Cook and W. Robert- son were strong second and third re- all or the. same club. KING ALFONSO Is Elected Honorary Member of East- ern Yachting, Club .Boston; .Oct. Besides makin Keferee, Tabrum. TOMjyiY BURNS VISITS CALGARY LJEAVIER Over- A coats for colder weather. The "ARCTIC" has reversible collar, that may be open or buttoned close to the throat. Claims He Is Scheduled to Fight Johnson Next :f Calgary, Oct. j-r Burns entertainment j-r in the Auditorium this even- T ing and three two-round goes with local men. He says he is to have the next with Jack Johnson, as the champion promised him another match the fight in Australia was over. TV -I- A A A A A BILLY GEORGE WON HAMILTON HERALD RACE Jiauiiiton, Qnt, Oct 31__ The result Of the annual Ham- "ton Herald road race was- 1st, Billy George; 2nd, Cotter- .Wear. iling Alfonso of Spain, the fourth hon- orary member, the Eastern Yacht Club received the deeds of sift-of five val- uable cups offered for races .prelim- inary and supplementary to the -annual July cruise. The placing of the name of the Kins; of Spam beside >hose of President Taft. -Emperor William of Gennany and Theodore RooseveJt, was the de- sire to recognize officially the efforts of King Alfonso in" encouraging yacht- ing, especially in the Sonder races between Spanish and American yachts in Spain in 1907. and in this country this summer.- The special cups are for ocean rac- es between New London and Marble- head, after the Harvard and Yale row- ing races, and from Bar Harbor to- Marbiehead at the- conclusion of the ow On the right, we sh "FIT- REFORM DOUBLE style for winter wear. CALGARY TIGERS BEAT EDMONTON iry. Oct. Tisers Edmonton rugby players" off Bronchos Went Down j 'Before Evan's Ten Pin Pherioms The first games in the City Bowling League, were .played at the Arcade aneys last night before a large crowd! of enthusiasts, and resulted in a win I ,ior the Turks by a total of 140 pins j were no high scores made on f either side., owing to uew pins, and of! course alj the .boys were sore because i mey go: so many splits. X0 matter j now good one would hit them it! very hard to get. a strike. How-1 for the first of scores made were a verv by S7 pins, as did also the'second and tiiird games, which were much closer, the Turks winning the -second by and the third by 35 pins. The Bron- I chos rolled a total of' pins for i the three games, and the Turks 2277 Saving the latter 14.9 pins -to the sood holmes of the Turks, had score for the night, 185. while Evans got away with high aggregate, 492. On Wednesday night the Indians and Tigers come together, and some good scores should bo the result. TURKS-- sover 130 153 108 130 I Evans na 160 153-492 Both up. iS2 t j.departmenr lite home team j showed work. The Western'Canada College team defeated the team from Aiberta Uimwsit-v 'uenat The first game went to the Turks NEW RECORD IN FiRST :ESSO" Every Inch An Overcoat IRISH FOOTBALL .RESULTS- ON SATURDAY hours OF SIX DAY i i w 7 V-PT T fi i >vP i J. f I J record for a ten lap track in a i of -Salt Lake, will i ...cyc.e race, ten :.he conclusion of ihft fire; 0.- ,h. u AL tne end i i u! int; hrun- I uic teams i McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for 'oran Uerry ?d 3. 1. Bohemians 0: Glen- Celtics 2; Shelbourne 0: Distillery 0, Lin- Scottish 3, Irish 1. -Let that name sink into your mind. It is in your interest Ato remember it when the need of a Overcoat suggests itself. It is not easy to find an Overcoat that is a perfect fittine dressy garment, aad at the same time is really serviceable in our changeable winter'climate. It is less easy to create one. "PROGRESSO" Overcoats represent -the acme of our ana possess that happy combination of style and wear so eagerly sought. Ask your dealer to let you examine the new featured collar so userul iivstorm.or sunshine, and can onlv be found ma genuine MADE AND GUARANTEED BY H. VINEBERG CO. LIMITED, MONTREAL SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE BY S3 ;