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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta >T5 PAHf Wednesday. October 1, Macleod Baseball Club, Champions Southern Alberta V. A. C. Challengers Routed by New Ex- Amaleur Good in Spots Xcw -Wesiminittr, Sept. Al- ler holding their own fits 'tf tup holders lot half the distsnre, th; Vencbuni A- pros, iadfi awav be- cre" the rushes pi the champions h: last'-halt down to heavy in first match of the set- t's 'te 'Us coveted Kioto cup trophy. llw scon to I. 'At no time the issue ia.do.utit. The en p hold- is' in' loim, and with very reiular on tie toved with he lone ef amateur champions in the ciiltofi- nolciwl a loan in Vwvaiaitcr went r with a rush, scored' five re'rte flnlsk." A. C de- t was iiBtile to iold' the. florals' e ben, vhile ffllER Proprietor'Elated and Will lai'ge Building Right Away Davis of and hocie men: played sensi- (o goil ltd it vis only work' that-ie'd "the down fc? the inaJ quarter. final game IE for neil Saliiday, hut theie Is llttlis hope pi Lhe lesid by tie world's, ciam- ijbns.- watched "the teams'play. There was litile rough f, Fied Lynch hzvirg an tasy Line-up WiitmiBsttr Position Goal V. A. C. Marshall', Point Covei point' First IMeoce Defence Third Detfnco Gibbon's H.' Painter SicCuaJi; llathesoa Doc oh lie .Reading from left right: "Spud" Murphy, (prtcher Dannie MoCirter und Richmond (right "Ducky" Ho Ernes (3rd 6; E. VU Peters' (pilcber and fift fieldj G. Foster, (first C, E. La timer (short H. L Ftfd, (2nd George (Manager.) s courtesy ol the-MacleOd Spectator. "This Is time that the Mxcleod.club'hai. captured the -championship of the Southern. of amateur bziebzll clubs. In the first year.of the feague'i .existence, which was in 1908, MacfebS won first At that thw league embraced Macltod, and Piriciur Creek. Lethbrldge landed second H hit thli year and haa alwayc done in .this whicVhy the way It probably a good'thing" for the'auc> ccts of the league being the big town of the bunch. This -year league had the faitett baseball that It hat ever enjoyed, though aome of the garnet hardly Indicated suoti to be the case, i-ethbrtdge carried all before It in thi early ttases ef tha latterly the MacFeo'd club, strengthened by the addition of Pitcher Lethbrlcfge out of first place'trie! fjnTihsd the tJie ball In the league, Lethb'ridge took, the-to bog san after .Wheeler got In his work and left the club In the lurch. siatlag .In Ixsthbrldge corns to siay. The Cosjr prpvexl to be a trifle too Ust olght, and will be enlarged within ten dayiL There is a largi' number of Tans lu Lethbridge, and JudginR from the 'attendance on the opening olght, there will aboui the nippcrt 61- the "Mr. arkl put' the attendance last night at fix hundred, and there surely; was no extra space :oq'tho floor. It" the ntentlon of, the" management, to .ex- cud ths tulldinR "rint :100i50 !eet. public ..were'' accorded the and- ihe attend anti proved to be very, courteous and cajv- as well as expert. Tho d furniEhed- occasion, and tbeir services no doubt lie retained. for "PASSING of GREAT RUNNER The Whisky -.8 1Y THE CO VERXUENTW CANADA EDMONTON JOCKEY CLUB WILL BUILD NEW RACE TRACK :t- BARRY WOULD- RACE f- DURNAN AT TORQNTO j London, .Oct. 1. ESmest'. SC-UK'-'V" 'sedated. that ha Is still a match.with" Toronto, the American rchainplon, for .the. CHampionship at Torontp, ior a-stde, and to- ft wards -.v'V-.; CANADIAN BREEDER TO SELL HIS STRING OP HORSES Can't- i -ompele Witti .Owners on American Track He-' 'c- oays 'Centre Tillrd Home .Vi-.'.-Tiirnbuil- Sr Ounn .'i-L .Second Hoir.e 'W. Peacock Mrst Home C.; Spring D. Crooiall Oubilde" H. Mumy G. Spring W. Davis J. Lyr.ch umpires, R. A, 0.; J. J. Ken that he BASEBALL I ABIES GIANTS' PLAYEHS MAY CURTAIL' THtfR' ABILITY SERIES y- Toit, Mo- Bray, of tie Tort ''Nationals, It iMniftA .today, that In- -rfes reieiiej list night will cot otccaujily keep lie.world'i Sc.tjtt'eilent tie baaTy hktint; the spry fielder feel the 'tftecti Khei the fjlanls facV the ainnot b hontt, particularly .those which 450 te usually -xlnUrs In Canada. He 99 .331 American Philaceiphia Washington........-. Clereland Chicago .L St; Lotiis Ncir YotV W. L. 95 5t 87 63 83 65 78" 69 77. 72 64 85 56 81 55 93 siring of brood mares and ship, them to Capt W. T.. PresjiraTe, at. Sals- bury, Md, where tiey will bVbred! Of the racers he will, retain such horEes as Corn Broom, Llndesta, Pet. Bwana, one or .two others .G38 which he has always vrintered "at the .530 .56l .5Z1 .517 .430 .373 .372 i In Canada. .The-.torsesJ'to'be -disposed of will IB offered at" auction; within'a. short Ima, they.-will -have passed ont of the 'ownership oi Ttous to.the time of golnc Into winter quarters. The Tetirementilfdni the breed.ing ndustry In Canada'Is to be regretted. Campbell has for2BOme..y'esVs. been atnohg'lhe leading ownerB ln_Mon- il.- and ha.q .won and ProTinclal Nursery. His1 sta-hie WRS the1 greatest string at.the.'spring. meeting at Blue Bonnets, amT.nt-tbe lag ffieellng of. the Conniugbt Jockey club at The owned by Campbell, which have usually been wintered in Canada, have always been looied af- ter by Trainer'Allan Bulcroff, while thoib wintered in the. United'.States are under the care of Capt Presr grave. Campbell pointed out the many'ad- ranlages gained by the Americans over the Canadians in .Importing, horses from England through the cus- toms house, and stated um It was through this and the new :num'erous Tegistratlons required fn.'Canada that be was retiring frorfl the Indiittryln Canada. Hoid'e'r of Many R. cords, Now a Coach. Alfred Shrubb, a few years ago con- sidered the best loag-dlatMce runner In world, Is now: devoting -hie at- tention" to coaching .young mnners at colleges. He hM been In cbsrje ofthe track teen at Harvard, for. some time! Sbruub.wEf.a marvel run- ner and It is probable that hie superior will "never be unearthed. Many of the tnellratk "will It Is doubtful .It "they will eve'r tfe'wlped out, Shrubb's days .as a. runner' have 'pasMd. In in whtoh he has appeared lately h'e has not'sho'wh speed arid stamina' he displayed in ill younger SepU party of lo- men a.charter for a jockey club and .'are contemplatfnR building" track on which, to hole horse racing a year. A deal lias been ptndlng Tithjhe'eihibltlon oftl claLs for the "use "of the "'exhibition (rounds did not go through; BQ land at either or IJort Saskatchewan will be. flve-year leaio so in case the meet does not prove successful, financially one year It wll jive the'directors'a chance to recoup the n'eit. A mile "track constructed am the'ground will boJirvken soon'for th project. in Border to have everythlni ready, for the first event on-JIar 241 neit'yesj.- .RIFLE 3HOOT AT FERNIE Creaton' Scores Held In Honor1- i.i: of Visitors Fernle, Sept. rifle match was held here yesterday between the Creston Civilian Rifle essoclatlon and Fernle, 'for a. trophy, wWch'-was won by- Thn scores made were ci- tood, and near possibles were made In more than one init i In :the evening a banquet, was taa- dered'tho visitors at the King Ed- ward Hotel, cK-Mayor act- Ing aa chairman, and Colonel Macfcay distributing the prizes. Aggregate, 200, 500 and COO yards: i, Harold -Minion; 2, H. Gould; 3, Jojjn-Mjntoo; 4, C. Jllnton; 5, C. C. Cartwright; 6, A. S. FiUgerald. Cash Prizes 200 1, H. Jllnton; 2, A. S. Fitzgerald; 3, John Mlnton. 500 C. Mlnton; -J, H. GouIar-3, C. C. Cartwright.' 600 H. Mfbton; 2, C. C. Cartw'rlght; 3, John Minton. HeLOUOHLIN 18 BANaUETTEO B Stales lawn ton nls champfon, to whose prowress wn due in great 'measure the return o Uie Darls'" International cup to Am was honor.guest here lonigh at a banqquet iendeTed by tbo PacJfl Hoast. Lawn, Tennis association. diamond ring and a'diamond "and sap pblra-pin were presented to'the cham ion aa a token of.'th'c esteem In which h.e held by and by California entliusiaEU in gen- eral. JPhe'banquet' was attended by representatives of- i majoilty of the tennis clubs of_the-'.Coast. HAT FOR YOU whether jxra a young or ODe'taat youns. We have all lie dressy blocks, brlrnt, heights, ttc.' It can- not uuH you a" hat nobody can. Come sad -be' haTTed. Take a look at our neir" thlrti, neckwear, also. the list word in style. In., quality. (And bow about otter We have'it (I 'you want lu Semi-RtacJy Store CJ BATUHAN Empress Bl Fffth Stretl lidnal Brooklyn j Regan, M hall, Chalc >ooin, Burusl Second 9 10 6 4 rthy and Mar- Rlrcy, CunnlU snd SIS 2 1 2 0 Walker af Fisher; Camnllz, Fin- Burns. iiieHcan 3 11 t 5 I I-ord, Bchultz Reynolds. Phllsdelphlal..: I Pis: Bueton Ner Tork Leonard and.Sweenj Second Boston N'ex.Yorkj Mosele'yl Washlni Board: Henry.' (Called in eljhlh. id Thbmaa; 3 11 0 ..034 ilc-Hal and .0-4 2 2 and Aycrs and CITY -LEAQUE MEETINO TOMGKT ening. of tie City Football Lea- f.'e will be held at the Y. f. S.30 sharp tomorrow ev- ENtKIP.BE ANTI-FIOHT'' LAW ..Lot: Set. of .Los'Angeles, hae endorc- proposed antl-prizeflght law. resolutions Truest the people to to tring UM before the votera of the Tho Caljary Chlnotks will jet crack at Mann May 24. The cup truauij have not taken the >rotettatFon of the Calgary teini very MrlousTy for a game year, and lava acqulcvCfld with V. A. C. Best Shooters >t the .trapt and in ire sbootirig loaded with AND SmoKeless Powders You con get them in any loaded tn Canada, INSIST Caught on the Fly Larry Plpep It back In toWni The rabbit will be foun'd old grounds for a telling the boys haw'he let the hprces out of corral during one cf the. games In the Western Canada Teagui. Larry hit the ball 10 far and' hard (hat tha 9atei flaw open. A second-rale bout of more than or' dlniry tnterett will itaged at Mil- waukee on October 13. Ad ind Bat Nelson are going to'clash In tin-round go. 'They have.not met Wolgast defeated Nelfori for the lightweight chainplonlhfp. Ad will the favorite In bout, no doubt. If Bat were a aoldler he'd be on the Hilt profets to believe that the eionoated one putting'Double on his men with a view of New York Qlants Into a conldence, but the situation looks de- cidedly far-fetched. Cstchir Roberts of the .Cardinals stutten. The other day'an opponent made a long hit early In the Roberts admired the feat. T-t-that was sarved. Manager Muggins filled with "You big stiff, don't encourage the other he grumbled, Roberts didn't answer. efghtli Inning he chanced to pass tiug- glna ant the rival player at samt tlmt. Turning to the remarked: s-i-sllll In tht British Ule? thirs-.ara over 1900 golf eourtei regTilered, Of theie no than fellow solfen at-tht Wood- land Oolf club; '.'for I feil that I have accepted money lit my effort! my love for the game would am content to make my 'money in ot er and thus gtt reaf'ehjo'yment out of golf." Oulmet Is employed as a clerk- En. a Botton but hit "bofs'' granted him a .week'a absence, and >5.00 raUt In The 'Answer is This Store'f iere, in Men. HundrcHs of men are askfliemselvei or their wives or their fri "Which of the new st} will look best on mo shall I get f'o 'And the answer is ri eminently Safisfactorj' A little time spent here bring to every man all h of ivhat is correct in thj .'..both Suits and Overcoai .We are here to please ypto .show yoii (he new explain the tnerits'of Fit-Reform Come in onil see the new to Suit :rc, in this for Men, oking, will ;ks to know' w atylci in ie McGuke world, and we will netd our strange: and biggest to bring home the ;