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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald. Monday, October 3. 1910 Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for these goods in Lethbridge" and carry a full line of .machines, both two j and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS .Gem Combination Standard ............532.50 Standard Combination .Home Home Combination .'Triumph Comb. The Lethbridge TOPICS REVIEWS] OF INTEREST TO AMERICAN READERS :DIAMOND BELT i FOE JOHXSON opening: of; met Young Pierce, while Bowker will campaign, whereby i find considerable work necessary foi he hopes TO discover a white champion him to make the- figure. Both" men to meet Jack Johnson was signalled'are already in strict training, it by rhe greatest gathering ever Bow.ker's first English appearance 'in London. The King's Kan, that was 'since he lost to Charlie Gritim, the COLORED PEOPLE TO CHIP AND PURCHASE A TROPHY VALUED AT IN York, October Jack Jonnson diamond subscription 'fund SURPRISED INTOfflP HOLDERS n an Exhibition Game Saturday New Westminster was Given a Close Run Champio With a Garrison Finish Vancouver, Oct. >ns won 1032 412 ROUND ST perfect, b.ut the [was the hail had not the capacity to i accommodate ail that tor admission. LAEKYLA.JOIE aave amassed a sufficient siib-jjvas me date for-the Young from those of Jack Johnson's! oout for the welter- race who desire to contribute. ster and National Lacrosse teams Played here today an .exhibition which. The big thing: of the night was tbe 20 rounds between Bombardier and Sergeant Sunshine, and they pu- up a which satisfied al! the lovers GOOD STORIES' ABOUT BIG FRENCH HITTER NOW IN PUBLIC EYE LEAD- !NG ALL OTHERS JS'ow that Larry Lajoie, the liard-hit- ra his illness of a i close-up relation of Orbv game. He didn't see Flahertv jter' and pugilistic pub- until IxjaisviUc played in xew Yo-l- Iic with Joey, the men y hobbled on the field on cruth" 20 rounds for a side es. the matter, ask- ed Tim "JNothing much." said Flaherty. -tnonght that murdering was going to bunt and played in r. the instead of dropping down he whipped it at me HJo a non-ball, and tore'all ;ho bark o? shin. Now I'm down and out." and a making in all a purse of although some American champions and even near-champions would'turn up their nose at a no more lucrative offer. The pair win, of course, make the bantam-weight limit of 30k at '2 o'clock in the afternoon. figure is easy for Stanley, who The past, week saw Jockey Frank into first place in the :ng mounts for the sea- to date, thereby supplanting Dan- the American ridor, at the list. long-term early in the season will prevent him from attaining last years total, nevertheless he it now well into ihe So's in winning mounts As lor winning percentage Danny Maher still holds the high fV ures, and neither Wcotton nor any ot the other jockeys has the slightest At a oound under weight when ha j chance to displace him in that regard HESE two Fit- 1 Reform models are the standard of style in sack suits for ttis season. Trim, snappy models, both of will give a full measure of satisfaction and service. Made of foe English Worsteds, and Scotch and Irish Tweeds, in patterns that harmonize perfectly with S 7-1 caaimers and McDonough; Kenet- zer and Miller. At 12 17 4 Boswn. 4 g 4 urucKs and Wilson; Ferry and Gib son. At Cincinnati ...............6 15 uoie and Kling; Beebe and Clarive AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston coums and Carrigan; Kussell and Livingstone. At Detroit v e w 0 bt. LfOlJis i v how th em to 132 Donovan scevens. At New wasnmgton New York U-rany and Alnsmith -Mitchell. At Cleveland ___ and Land; and Caset: Bailey and KarKness -fayne. 7 Ford 8 5 Scott 7 3 a and 1 6 S 1 and .NATIONAL York............ {j7 ritts'burg ss i'miaaelpnia........ 74 umcmnati 70 Brooklyn........... (jg St. Louis......___ uoston 50 .672 sy .eot 62 73 .505 74 .48C SG AU So .401 AMERICAN Won Lost P. C, -----.-----100 46 S3 62 York......___ JJetroit Boston so Cleveland 6S? cnicago 65 Washington 64 St. Louis 45 67 7.X 105 .571; .ofa'D .54-: .43'; .30C McGILL BEATEN RuSby football Season Open McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Montreal Montreal, Oct. Rug- by Football season opened here on the watersoalced col- lege campus Saturday in a match between .M.A.A.A. team and AlcGill. it was more of a tryout for both teams than and men were chang- ed, frequently by .both sides Curing its progress. Tne during .its -progrtss. The score was nine to nothing in X lavor of the M.A.AflA, Cigars and Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver BIk. Barber Shop in Connection ;