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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Edison Phonograph We are sole agents Tue Lethbridge Daily Hf raM, Saturday; October these goods in and eany a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN ON BDtaON PHONOGRAPHS Combination Standard Standard Combination Home Home Combination Triumph Comb. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 412 ROUKD PICTURES IN VANCOUVER BATTLE RE PBODUCED AT VANCOUVER I OPERA HOUSE TO GREAT f CROWD Vancouver, Sept. To (an aud- that. taxed every available seat In the "Vancouver opera house, the raudi-talked of and sometimes pro- hibited pictures of the Jef- fight at Reno were shown Jast night for 'the first time in the city. HtmelsddB -were turned away, the house being: soM out 'as early aa 8 o-'clbck, while the advance sale for to-day's matinee and. evening performances assure capacity houses, "The pictures are really splendid but Ike fight was an awful punk af- was "the comment of many prominent .sporting men after the "show. "This _ opinion seemed an al- most universal one and there is good reason for it. In fact, after -witness- ing the pictures one cannot help pity- ing those who paid fifty dollars a seat to witness such a one-sided contest. For the pictures themselves are, as claimed, the nearest to perfection that been achieved by the moving picture Hinder the brilliant desert sunshine every; -movement of the the white race" and the "black' champion 1 comes out clear and Except :for the'-absence -of- Batural colors, one easily Imagine that it was the actual con- testants in the flesh struggling there. .The views of Keno prior to the ba-t- itle, the trains crowded with fight fans arriving and the intense human interest side of the affair is all clear- TROTTERS BREAK MANY RECORDS THIS WEEK THE' MINOR HEIR HAS BEEN STAR PERFORMER AMONG OF NEW RECORDS New York, Sept. records kept by the Jockey Club here show that trotters have done an unusual amount of record breaking this year, while among the pacers, the breaking of records has been confined to the performance of Minor Heir, .son of Hsir-at-Law. Minor Heir first lowered- Star Pointer's mark of 2.00 1-2 to.2 a-t Galesburg, 111., and at Indianapolis a week later he paced the mile in 1.59. This week at Indianapolis he brought his record down to 1-2. The new world's records -of -the trotters are; Titian, 1.58 3-4. Fastest Harvester, from 2.02 i-4 to 2.02. Fastest from 1.59 3-4 to 1.58 3-4. Fastest 3-year-old E, from 2-.06 34 to 2.06 1-2.' Fastest mile to from 2.03 to 2.01. Fastest mile in a race Harvester, from 2 03 3-4 End 2.06 1-4 to 2.04 1-4 and 2.05 1-4. Fastest tnree Harvester, from 2.04 34 to 2.02. Fastest green E, from 2.07 1-2 to 2.06 1-2; CHANCE TELLS WHY WE HAS BEEN PLAYING CATCHER ARCHE-R AT FIRST Boston, Mass., Sept." Captain Frank Chance, of the Chicago lubs, spiked the stories "which have been cracked in Chicago and New York of late that be proposed to man- age tho Cub team from the bench next season. Chance -has no notion f retiring from the game and will be n first base as usual next summer. "Just .because I have been playing rcher at first base lately some people ave jumped to the conclusion that I intended to quit the game, -but there s nothing to that talk. I played Ar- her at first long enough-for him to. et acquainted with' the position ;be- ause I "wanted a. substitute ready if I m injured in any of the games in the ost-seasort series.33 WIFE .GOT VERDICT AGAI.NST THE BOOKIE Chicago, Sept. Bertha isommers" has been awarded" a ver- of against Benjamin j; Mayer, formerly keeper of a hand- book.' Airs. Sommer sued for which amount she claimed her hus- in gambling on the races.' Bommers testified he had lost an avr erage-of ?10 with the handbook Keeper for six'months. CHAMPION Jaok the Australian. bicycliit, defeated -Frank L. American cham- pion, 'in a five-mile paced match: at the Vallefrome track Clarke won in 12 min- is 2-5 sec. MAR3W TO RACE .FOUR GOOD MEN NEXT SATURDAY A RECOGNITION AND AN APOLOGY In the course of a letter to C. J. Eckstorm, president Western Canada F. H. McPherson, sporting editor, Edmonton Capi- tal, had the following to say, which speaks for itaelf: "The people of Edmonton -wish to thank you for the way you stood up..for fair play in the Calgary-Edmonton fragco, aad I fear up Jhsre -we have subjected yo.u to a -lot of uncalled for abuse, for which we all certainly offer our apologies." The Capital has been bitterly opposed to the administration throughout the. season, but the Herald is pleased >to note the change in opinion that has taken plaice, which is no doubt very cheering to Mr. Bckatorm, who surely has been earnest in his endeavors to meet out a square deal to every club in the league, impartially and- wlthout prejudice in spite of those who viciously attacked him. To those who know him; best Mr. Bckstorm's integrity is unassailable. There are others who might display manliness by coming forward and admit they were wrong besides the Edmonton Capital. Arrangements are being made to-have John D. Marsh race miles against four good, local or district men .Tiere' neart "Saturday. E. W. >who won the Cowley in such easy and another last are picked for the relay team. Another good dis- tance runner, is the the Sport- ing Editor Herald. rapairlae of a Tubes tailed and Hwa :.y Mtherto met tires "and tuboa itik by >n "f a If- -A Specimena i Work .11 VANDERBILT CUP RACE IS ON TODAY New York, 'Sept. mora than forty entries in for the Vanderbilt cup'. race, and their trance fees fully paid, there is no gett-j WANTS TO PLAY AN .ALL-STAR TEAM AGAINST THE ATHLETICS Chicago, Sept. event that President of. the Cubs, 're- fuses to advance his schedule with the ing away from the assertion that this j Louis Cardinals so that-the world's year's contest will be a" truly great not-the greatest of auto races'. In all probability there will be fully 'to face the' in any of -the five previous thrillers. LOOKING THE NOVEL TEST BETWEEN AN AUTOMOBILE AND ..-AHORSE.AND.BUGGY ISTew York, Sept., novel auto- mobile economy test will he-made here with a horse and buggy as the" oppon- ent of the horseless vehicle.. 'The test, which is under the 'sanction of the Contest Board '--of the American Auto- mobile Association, will determine the ly depicted and easily understood de- exact operating cost :of both spite 'the lack of a -lecturer with the 4 pictures. The lengthy list of ex- champions and prominent sporting men -who were introduced by Announ- cer Bill Jordan just prior to the bat- tle is also an interesting part of the show, Tommy Burns, the Canadian, f and old Bob Fitzsimmons got the greatest reception from the crowd i 'last night, although John L. Sullivan was also a prime favorite. As to the fight itself, there- was i too much clinching between the two big fellows to contest except be in a really flashes. exciting And in these flashes 'the superiority" of the colored champion is clearly shown. Jeff's apparent helplessness in the hands of the black giant'during the clinches drew many a sigh from the former admirers of the once great undefeated. BIG BOWLING TOURNAMENT FOR MONTREAL Montreal, Sept, are now being made by the Canadian Bowling Association to hold a big championship tourney here early in the spring and the officials of the as- over a predetermined route for a fixed series' can be -started .on October-13; Manager James McAleer, of can pickup quite .a., bunch, of THEIR CHANCE IN THE WORLD'S SERIES- COMPARED -BOTHr TEAMS'HAVEGlRTAIN ADVANTAGES easy money arid keep'. in' trim 'at the same time. McAleer proposes "to re: emit a .bunch of "stars froni.'.the. East- ern teams and play a four-game: ser- ies with The players. are to include Milan and Street, of. Ford, of New York; Collins, Gardner: Stahl, Speaker and Wagner, 'of ton, and, of the.-Wliite Sox. President Ban Johnson, of thVAm'eri- jcan league, approved the plan-this af- ternoon. Wi By Johnny Macldn Now that it is practically, .settled that the Philadelphia Athletics au'd the Chicago Cubs will meet to settle-'.the championship'of the world, a compar- ison of-the two clubs, ,-in ..playing strength should be interesting. Behind the bat Kling and Thomas will no doubt do the bulk of the hard worlc. I doubt if Kling is fully as good a man as he was two years ago, still he is a heady a .sharp thrower to bases, and has improved under Connie Mack, until he is one.oi LfJ r -m- Then, too, ie .line-up, .the, Cubs number of hours each day. Beginning the cleverest catchers in tfle..busihess( at 9 o'clock each morning the- two vehicles will "start over- 'the appointed course, each making as- many circuits as can be done -under reasonable cir- cumstances. At the end of six hours each vehicle will- stop and will be put away until the following morning, when a different route "will be covered. The observers will report.the amoun'6 and cost of fuel carried by the auto- mobile at the start. .They will also note the expenses' of every other na- ture incurred by either vehicle during the contest, as well as the mileage. HAL CHASE VINDICATED OF CHARGES AGAINST HIM sociation are plans for the the occasion. already making their securing of alleys for Look at the "the team 'Deen discussion for is a according to :-JBiJI At'-Broc .Brooklyn: i er. At Bostti Boston New Brown, dan; ;Wilts) aad, Wilsoi No other At St." Lc t.' Jbouls. hicago Mailer' ant New York Oroom arir' aialr. Boston i. rni'ia'neipiua wood and I. Uleveland-Di: nerve and experience. It is really a toss-up in this department. have a shade on the Mack-men, while nave considered the-proposition with in4 the box the Athletics have much the best of it. Jn. Ibunting for sacrifice plays the teams are even up. Both are clever at. the hit-and-run game, with the Cub infield the strongest to stop plays and the most accurate throwers. As in- side workmen both teams are very strong, with the Cubs holding the ttiem tlle use of the Minneapolis uni- rorms ,so that the Millers will be well advertised in the West Indies, where baseball is very popular. ravor. After ascertaining the number of Mil- lers willing to go and the terms they would accept, Lelievelt made an offer the Cubans, which the latter .ac- cepted. He then -wired them for transportation, which he is how await- ing. Manager CantiUon will allow edge. In training up to the big event hance has saved his men, while Mack has forced the boys from start tc I'Me-vy, York vv-asfiittgton less first baseman'' of the Highlanders, tion. a most wonderful fielding combina- VS DIAMOND BUVGS No department in, our busi- ness seems to increase so rapidly as the ''Diamond De- partment." Close prices, lowest repre- sentations make tbis only pos- sible. Each stone is critically examined before mounted. Our special and Solitaire is good value. Drop in and we will be pleased to show you anything VAII mmr -ci-IoV tvr E.A.EWEUT Round St. culminated today when Owner Farrel announced that Stallings had been de- posed and that Chase had been ap- pointed manager temporarily. Either Chase or Arthur Irwin 'the Highlander scout, probably will he ap- pointed permanent manager. Stallings' charges that Chase was "laying down" have been under in- Chase is vindicated of the charges_ brought against him. Fol- lowing a searching inquiry yesterday, President Ban Johnson issued the j following statement: j "Stallings has utterly failed in his .accusations against Chase. He has j tried to besmirch the character of a sterling player. Anybody who knows Hal Chase knows that he is no't ;guilty of the accusations made agamsr him, and I am happy to say that the evidence of the New York players given Vice President Summers showed Stall-ings up." Pflester, the Cubs' best left-hander, like Overall, a remarkable curve pitch- er, is a shade too wild to win close score games from the American league In Combs and Bender 'the Athletics j have two of the best right-hand pitch- ers seen on the "field this handle bunts in grand style, with a fast underhand throw, is like a flash in recovering a fumble, and can hit like a thunderbolt. At his best, SteinT feldt was a grand all-rounfl play- er and may brace up for the post ser- ies, and equal most of the moves made I by Baker. The latter is my choice for AI A TAME AFFAIi-5 Kaufman, of California, and Al Kuhiak, of Michigan, boxed six very mild rounds at Baltimore at the he- Sinning of the week. No decision was rendered, hut newspapermen credit Kaufman with outclassing his oppon- ent. The Ministerial Union had pro- tested against 'die affair, but the po- Ilice found nothing in it to justify their I interference. season. Coonibs has perfect command, remark- able speed., a fine 'line of sharp curves, can field his position nearly as well as Brown, and with a good head anil ample nerve will prove a, hard man to find. Bender is at his best this season, with 'perfect control, cool as an ice- berg and can work a batsingr, to the limit. Eddie Plank, the best left- hander in the business, has been off his feed this season, but is being j groomed for the big series, and with his clever cross-fire, is likely to show) his old form in the title match.! Krause, another left-hander, has j rounded to, and is now pitching in his 1 last year's form. Krause is dead on 1 the mark with a fine line of curves, j fine speed and by keeping his nerve, will do a. lot. of damage, When it comes to hitting the Quaker pitchers have all the best of it, Coombs beinp: nnp of the finest hit- j j ting pitchers in the game. I like the Chicago infield, should Prank Chance return to the He has it on Harry Davis in all de- i in the game today, having improved steadily this season. It is about even up in the o.utfield. Lord may outdrive Jimmie Sheckard. but the Chicago man is a better waiter, a better thrower and base run- ner, and a much harder man to get out of the way. Oldring is one of the finest center field-ers today in the busi- ness, a fine driver, a clever hunter, grand thrower, with the proper nerve.' and oceans of speed. Hofman is a finish until they are today fit to play the game of their life. As the games will not take for a couple of weeks there is some doubt as to who s 'working on the right dope. Both earns have gone through a post series" and both lost out on the first' attempt. The Athletics will now have their se- ond chance while the Cubs have gone through three trials and improv- ed with each attempt, until their last meeting with the Tigers saw the won- erful ball playing ever witnessed for baseball trophy. The- teams look so venly matched that a pebble or a Tex- as league fly may decide the money. Neither team will have a Ty Cobb, BAN JOHNSON CRITICIZED BY SPORTING WRITERS StaHings for His Good Work in Landing Highlanders in Second Place New York, Sept. dethrone- ment of George Stallings from the management of the New York Amer- icans brought down upon the head of Kan Johnson the censure of nearly every spor-iing writer in New York. Th-e critics blame Johnson for his al- leged bitter fight against the High- landers' recent pilot, and declare that probably made 'his -charges Larry Lajoie or a Hans i of "quitting" against Chase in good instead two classy ball teams with the best in the country, and the series ivfi] he one of the very best. On a season's play I would pick the Athletics, but on a short series a Tlie critics, after reviewing the lat- ter records of Chase at initial sack lor the Highlanders, assert that al- tfiough Stallings undoubtedly was hon ,few red chips woulcl go down on 3n n's charges that Chase purpose- Cubs, and there you are. The bet- j I-r played poor ball, the charges were ting should be even money, fine weath- er -will favor the Cubs, in cold and stormy weather the Mackmen will not provable. The records show that Chase ac- thrive best. Before the game it's a matter to pick the winner. After the games we will all see how the games were lost. Nerve will play an im- portant part. Who has the nerviest team 1 his chances at first with only j the usual number of misplays ever at- difficult trLbutect to tJhe "peerless, first sack- and if Chase actually did "lay JACK JOHNSON ON "FRIENDS" In writiag essays Jack Johnson rivals Ralph Waldo Emerson. Following is what the inky philosopher says about "There is nothing I like to do better than to make friends. I like friends, like to add to my list and am happiest when I know- that I can keep 'em. I think the men who enjoy life more than Outers are the men who have many friends. 1 try to be square with them all and am so far as I know, and I'll go the limit for any of them for the asking. I like to see my friends enjoy themselves with me. I'm no better than anybody'else and there are lots and lots of people who are better than I am. ..The best, way to keep friends is to. know their faults and still like Excuse their because yeu've got a bunch of them yourself." it was in the inside team .play which could not be shown in the play- ers' averages, but undoubtedly would arrect the standing of the team. .Praise is lavished on Stallings fprj his good work with the 'New Yorkj team, the -writers pointing out that, h? j took the poorest team in tbr- league i and lifted it into second in the league.! Louis. Chicago New York Philadelphia Cincinnati Bt. Louis b'ostcn NATi'i WHITE Jack White, of c, Carsey, champion i land, started on been a fif teen-roan 'I, last Tuesday. Th..: the better from tL-i fifth round the the Englishman wa-. Chamberlain's 0< become famo.us fo i colds, croup and in need. It conts, stance and lief. Sold by all Hv Tpoti1 i ?232Si BEAT 18-MILE WALK A. A. Johnson, a barber of North Yakima, defeated n horse in an tS- mi'e walking content on a if'-OO wager. The hr.rse was ridden by its ovvuor, Judges weiit in ini The 'ior.se "broke" several liines, was more than a mile behind finish. That Barney Oldfk'Jd-.Jack Johnson race is still being talked aV-out. You can't down tlic press .oimectidn ;