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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, Nw. 2, TOWN ON MAP T LATEST NEWS Tnere. are people who ever heard of .Tex. There are still fewer who could.locate it on ihe map, but it was recently put there and ac- to eastern critics who attend- ed the national chfanpionships, it was placed there by the fastest sprinter :u. the .country, Gwin Hem-v is the .runner's name; and his work hi the MISTAKEN FOR DEEK ziVert was ihc sensation of the day. j Henry makes his home on a rauch. "le, came ro the meet practically un- j when he told the officials I is could run yards in i) o-jj-see-j >acs They lixughcd at him. before the day .was over .hat he probably has no: an equal in i G- GIBSON, hfs country, at1 either ihe 100 yard I >r the furlough in this search for wMch ended in his death. He years old. Zealand thia atummer did the handsome -thing Snancially for four loiiring football teams. One American, one English, and two New Zealand teams played there to big crowds, the English Northern Union team receiv- ing, it is said, as their share >f .the gate money. Baseball is dead DOTT, but in Chicago ihe sporting writers keeping it ilive, explaining just how the Cubs met defeat It looks as if they would j been in jail at Edwardsville. HLLED TWO WITH S1MGLE in- dictments .were returnedjigainst John Burton, professional wrestler, by the grand jury today, charging him with killing Leo, "Wentz and Louis A. Wei- brecht August" 14. -with a strangle hold, is alleged to' have crush- the two men to death in a fight in vacant house at Marine, 111. He has manzt insisted Fogel must ratify, the trade .Dooin made. FogeFs grounds for refusing, he says, are -that he nev- er was consulted regarding the deal. Lynch and Heydler have sided with Fogel but are anxious to effect a com- promise. Manager Dooin Resigned Philadelphia, Nov. Charles S- Dooin has resigned as manager of the Philadelphia National League Base- ball Club; President. Horace Fugel has wired President Lynch, of the Na- tional League, requesting'; Him to "warn President Herrmann, of the Cincinnati club, not to tamper with the Philadel- Kansas City, Mo... Nov; further confirmaiiou" of the story given out by Johnny Kiirig. before yesterday, to the effect, rhat D. A. Fletch- er had signed'92 stars, of the" big leagues for his new third major-, league, and that he would have, everything for the' opening "of the season next ...spring, comes the' infor- mation froni Pittsburg to-day ua member of ihe United Be. Allowed to" Race At- lanta Speedway Atlanta, Go.. Nov. When asked i. [today -about- the- possibility -or M permitted to compete Jin the automobile -races the LEADING BATSMEN OF NATIONAL LEAGUE WILL NOT RECEIVE AN and roses'for .some; the icy mitt for others." were the words expressed by an ardent Philadelphia National league rooter.: :T "Explain asked- an. Amer- ican league "Take the batting replied the National "It-looks ias'if the American league palmed off the green oods on -.the National league. Here is Sherwood Magee; .of -the Phillies, leader of the" National league, batsmen who don't.evenrget as much as a cig- arette. On jthV.other. hand, Cobb batted when he, wanted to and ivon an auto, and ,4o ;square; Lajoie's. feelings; handing him .one. not-a. member, of the hammer We are agents for rthese.: goods in cany yitiB of two a-iad f our fmin'tite- J CANADIAN >PVtCES ON" PHONOGRAPHS fiem Gem 19.50 Standard :-.L 132.50 'BtarKiardCombinmtlon Home Home Combination Triumph .'Comb., .978.00 The Sporting Gcxxis Co. days, of this art the Atlanta Secretary- of the Atlanta. Automobile Association, said: "No driver will be allowed to" com- pete here -if ie is not 'in good stand- ing with the "American' Automobile As- Oldfield was disqualified by the erican Automobile Association for en- tering, an unauthorized race with Jack .States Eealty Co.. of that'city, 4. tJohnson. Oldfield is one of the -53 that-they have disposed-of'.the grounds of the old" Recreation the-'north side to an T !was f entrants 'for -Atlanta meet -which [have "been, tonight, and it i reported' today that he might agent acting for, the new-'ball choose this- 'meet an occasion for Co.urt restoration, of his" standing .with the "American Auto- mobile Association. PHONE 1031 412 ROUND him a medal .or a prize of some kind for leading the batters of the National league." There "is no doubi. that Mfigee is put out over the matter., rHe to talk about His he> would have the prize; entire- .hau only -one 3iGtor{ car', -been the in that. time when inducement, but Larry got one. also, a .third; baseman rin left while.the National league's, best batter. fbrvMagee's b'unS.', '.WJfciat's; more he is compelled to stand inr-the rear; and played in-every game take-.the If his -eyesight. bothered him he did not Boxing under In National league feel that jpittsburg has been The Magee was -slighted.. -While the fight :.-will' thrive; thefevthfe Magee was for at after event1 figibters put trough'a thorough league, Fletcher has jiot yet reach-." ed .it'' be'here. f T'.T 'T fct T T QUIT DETROIT Chicago, Nov. Cobb wants to phia players andso far as .Mr. Fogel "lie concemeo phia deal, which has caused so much turmoil in the Philadelphia club, is off. President Fogel said last night that if what he hears he probably will receive Doom's resignation to- day. "I do not take Dooin he "I believe he will come down and ST. LOUIS MAY .GET ATHLETICS' .STAR ride and -Magee; gradually overhauled him. It .was ail-American'league. "Here is-a. chance for the'National league magnates, to make, a said "They can easily, afford; to .buy .a motor 6ar for-Magee or else tender medical examination.' ..AIL this takes- time', but in the long run it Js a com-- mon-. sense ruie. because "it avoids. serious accidents, which ..always serve' as texts for attacks on a sport that is, already, bruised and! battered. FIELDER Harry Davis, Field General of World's -Champions, May Don StrLouis Uniform St.: Louis, ..Nov.f fans here become elated over the re- port that Harry'i.Bavis, -the field gen- eral of the champion Athletics, will don a St. Louis American .uniform next 1' season and 'manage the Browns. Pres- of ball -players admitted to a Detroit Hedges, refuses friend :the other day, that he: eRher 'to "deny or confirm the, welcome a change of scenery. "I am beginning .to feel that they report. dp ,not appreciate me in said j Cobb. Cobb further stated that he liked -the city and had many but is-'still sensitive over the criticism- di- get through "with their explanations the starts. spring training season His bail was fixed at and his lather, George Burton, of Alton., arranged to give bond. plllllliillllilllllllllW "FITFOR AN EMPEROR'S TABLE" HE SAME nttural process that has evolved "the A teropltne and the automobile from the ox-ctrt and the stage-coach, has developed the whisky of our ancestors into the whisky of to-day: CORBY'S Special Selected" Rye Whisky Over helf-a-century of distilling experi- with the modern scientific embodied in this whisky of rare quality. Corby's "Spcciil Selected" represents the utmost in purity quality. It is the De Luxe Rye Whisky, rivalling the most costly imported brands. The flavor is simulative. Sold by all hotels, cafes and liquor ttoru. g H. Corby Distillery 61 Head Offices: Montreal. "Corby's of Over vievf this matter in the proper light j rected at him this "year by waited ill my office until late in theitroit Press. Tn his. exalted position day, expecting a visit from him, but he star bal1 Player he thinks- he is aidn't come. Of course. I cannot criticism. As.his contract has any action upon the alleged resignation! two more years :to run, there-is B0 j And Noted Driver Was Killed in Dallas AUTO CAR TURNED OMPLEHLY OVER until I receive it-.'1' President Fogel looks upon "the-re- ported threat of President Herrmann to take the matter before the National Commission as a joke. Dooin states that he will not go to the office.of the National league in this city to see Fogel. "Fogel has to come and see chance that Detroit will lose him', much as he desires to quit the city of the Straits. All will be forgotten when the .club hits a winning clip next year. ANOTHER FOOTBALL VICTIM he said. Herrmann Will Fight Cincinnati, Nov. shall fight to the last between ditch to carry -out the deal the Cincinnati and Philadel- phia National league baseball' clubs. If President Fogel, of the Philadelphia club, can call off a trade after it has been signed and witnessed, then the foundation upon which organized base> ball stands is taken away." This was the statement made yes- terday by President August of the'Cincinnati club, when telegram from' Manager Charles S. i Dooin, of Philadelphia, which read: "Fogel blocked the deal and called it off." This message revealed the fact that Horace Fogel, president of the-Phila- delphia club, is seeking to stop a trade by which Cincinnati get Outfielde: Bates, Toird Baseman Grant and Pitch ers McQuillan and Moren in exchange for Outfielder Paskert, Third Base- man Lobert and Pitchers Beebe and Rowan. Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. B. Paine, of, Duluth, Minn., acting captain of the Cornell freshmen footbll te'am, died the Cornell infirmary last night, from supposed injuries received while- playing football. TIGERS AND INDIANS BOWL THIS EVENING Tonight at eight o'clocki'the .second games in the Leth- Bowling League will be played on the Arcade alleys. Both teams have 'been getting, in and, the r re- suits should show a substan- tial increase over those of Monday night. Auto- Races. Dallas, Texas. Nov. noted automofailists were injured, one 'fatal- ly, in auto races here this ,afternoon. In the .fifth mile of the- free-for-all one-hour race the Renault car turned i turtle over, the fence, .internally 'ing Raymond'Koch, of France who died toniglit.. Gascon Morris, alsc of Paris, was bruised. An hour: later, near the same in -full view of grand the Moon car. speeaing a mile a minute, closely pursued by Tobin De Hymal, the In- dian, in a Stoddard-Dayton, sprang and crashed down fence post, probably .fatally injuring Phil Wells, of the car's driver. He was picked up unconscious his back being broken. He is als.o suf- fering internal Over- coats for colder weather. has collar, that .may be or buttoned close to the throat. Oh the right, we show ?FiT-REFQRM D O .U" B L E" style for winter -wear. PLAN TOUR 'OF MIKADO'S REALM jDR. B. F. ROLLER DISPOSED j OF MYSTERIOUS WAFFLES 'Seattle Pill-Mixer Did Not Show i Championship Form However, j in Doing So. Chicago, Nov. B. F. Roller, jof Seattle, must1 do better than he did Jast. night against "Mysterious Waf- he hopes to succeed Frank jGotch, as champion wrestler of the {world. Roller "was busy for ]7 minutes" in a hard struggle before he landed the "Mystery." When he.acquired'the' knack, how- ever. Roller threw the "Waffle1' again within a Coming Soon Coming Sure THE ALLEN PLAYERS Majestic Theatre All-Star Aggregation of -Ball Players May" Play in Japan Next Year. Chicago. Nov. McAleer, manager of the Washington American has made public tentative jllans for an all-star baseball nine which he will take to Japan at the close of the season next year. It is said the make-up of the team jwill be .similar to that which played {against the Philadelphia American j league. As pitchers he will have John- i son, Walsh. White and perhaps some others. His infield in the ..Athletics series and the one" he intends to take i abroad is made up of Stabl, Elber- J field, McBride and Harry Lord. His I outfielders are Nilan, Cobb and Speak- j er. Both. up: VS2 .McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Asenfcs for JOHNSON AS A POLITICIAN New York, Nov. 'Johnson, heavyweight champion, actor .and auto- mobile racer, will appear in a new i role next Wednesday, when as. a Dem- jocrat he is to address the negro vot- iers of the Thirteenth Assembly 1 Juan district, this city. Drewmaster Says To Us: "You need not hesitate to recommend ALBERTA'S PRIDE zs- .one of the very finest -beers on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty "'years now and never be- fore have out a product with which I was so well satisfied- as I am with LETHBRIDGE beer. "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery' uses, with the best barley and hops I ever saw, we are enabled to produce a beer of which I am exceedingly Drink Aloerta's Pride If you use "beer at home get a sample case. You'll like it. We believe you'll say it's the best beer you ever drank. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co. Limited PHONE 554 ;