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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTIKRIDOF DAILY Tuesday, October Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers zeti to meal and makes for better digestion nd also sweeter GIANTS VERY FAST ON HE PATHS GIANTS' NEW PLAYER SNAPPED WITH THE FAMOUS RUSIE. C.C. PAGNUELO WINE A. SPIRIT CO. Alta EASILY LEAD ATHLETICS IN THIS DEPARTMENT Base running Is the forte which the writers nromul the .National I circuit harp on when Giants. The butu'ii is muloiibicilly :is I fast UH the sucks vis any collection tain! have raised havoc with (he bar.! fu the senior mnjor organisation. They stfeiii unstopivblc. to join a word. Heducvd to figures, the latest at haiiJ Games in the Big Leagues New York .Vlltw NATIONAL DM OH 2 (XX) 103 union. -Fred is one of Wfiston'n J seoks mutches widh Krnnk Hums, letiillng cilhon.H, nnd piay-j Innrosac ;.Iohnny and Johnny Coulon. because he lows the Rntne, nnd liU Inhnnt. wants lo moot Abe Attr-ll. Tho solo ambition is to win UK- Mlntoj'fonr KnEl'.'jhmnn will havo mntplies dip. Freddie first plnycd for the lln York, Uoston, Philadelphia Indlaira in 100-1 and went to the Tor-umd Now Orleans, lioxhiK nil uoinera. "Art" Bues shaking hands with the famous old pitcher, Amos Rusie. Leth- t I bridge tans wilt remember "Art" who held down the awkward corner for the 1907 Lethbrirfpe lenm. He has been burning up the Northwestern League 1 this year, playt.-g third for Seattle. He finished the seaso.n on Saturday bat- ting .350, with 27 home runs to his credit, setting a new record for long dU-' nil parts of -Ihe continent will be here tance hitting in that league. Next year he will be seen with McGraw's Giants. John Shine of .Minneapolis wli "Art" is a youngster, only 23 years of acjo, and should make good among the j made such a Rowing- last yea With th-e date for Thnnk'jgivin Day finally many of tlie "ers art; In training for the Herald' nnnual race around the bay. Thi year the race promises to be on of the best yet iveld, as runners fro: big fellows. He Is touted as a second Ty Cobb, to whom ha a striking facial rssemblancc. WHITE HOPES WILL HAVE ANOTHER GO Qin'os in IfOri. lie came back to his t first love in 1906, and has b'sen with th-e Indian-! ever since. ".Veil" til? coniroMuan of York, Oct. Fiynn, the the Indians, hails from ICrin. He j fighting Pueblo fireman, who gave Carl j played with in ISfM, and j .Morris, the giant Oklahoma "-wliite j held down the point position Tor that [hope" such a drubbing here two weeks j tenni. Us camo to the intiians in jago, has agreed to meet .Morris in a 1905, ami has piayr-d centre for match. Following a lengthy R-arl Shirls ever He is a here today between Flynu less worker, r-nd generally gets a goal 'and Frank B. Ufer, the millionaire or two with bis underhand shots. j backer of Morris, this announcement Harry Murton is a Fergus hoy made. Ufer maintains that played with them in in the Sen-Iris was affected by stage fright in the ior C. L. A. In 190-1 ii-a joined the meeting .here and did not show hisj cumsehs, and has been with tlie In-. real ability. A big side bet was the dians ever since, with the exception inducement that gained Flynn's con- of n portion of 1909, when h-e went Isent lo the bout, which will be staged to (lie coast with thvj Regina team, [likely in December. "Sport" has just passed his law ex- ams, and this will likely be his last year in the game. He is regarded as one of ihe best nran in his. position in the L. IJ. .l'ame-3 Durkin has been in the gam-s for years. He comes from Ottawa, and played on the worid's champions in iSfliL H'3 play- ed with Hrantford in and with the Gblppcwns in IflO-t. He has heen f WILL HE NEVER QLMT? The Chicago Evening Post indulges in the following prophecy: On the morning of the judgment, when friend Gabriel calls the game, He'll he somewhat disappointed when be cries one famous name; For in all those countless legions n-Jio nil answer to tiie roll, with the Tecumsehs slnco 1HQ5. win be one fcMow missing, and may peace he on his soul. rrfth'Murton and Qn-arrie has formed the homvj fieid for the Intiiarw for six yeai-3. "Dolly" is known as one of the nsateKt ard cleverest stick- handlers in the Edwin tliP homejp0] "inn, is known as ihe "little iron man." and is .in Almonte boy, but ws-j first beard of a larrc-ise play- er wiian he -AVSJI tw Westminster with Reglria In H-j joined There will he one man too busy to come in and learn his fate; He'll -be working "while we" others try to horn in past the gate; be back again, and Forsyth, wh won the Winnipeg Telegram rac- last June, and will be sent to the Olympic games next year as suit, has announced that he will make th-e trip from Moose Jaw, in order to win what he -terms Canada's great est distant event. Tire Trades anc Labor Council of Saskatoon is send ing down the winner of the Laboi Day race held there, and Port Ar thur is sending an Indian who prom ises to run Jimmy George, who has won the twice in succession will try to make it three straight and Toronto will be to the front wit! a much larger delegation than George Richards, who 'won the ten mile race on Labor Day, and who has won laurels in several of the snorter distance races during the last two years, will try the bay this year and judging by tlva way he galloped the ten miles on Labor Day, he will have no trouble in going the nine- teen miles. TOO MUCH ADVICE FOR WHITE HOPE toots liis trumpet -and we all rise from the hay ivisers Old Cy Young will not be J he'll be pitching bail that day. in 1910, ynd this year is one or -I he most popular players of tbe ctub. as hivi teammates j cat! him, is ar. Leonard insic'-; home, v.-hn Cfimn here with McGregor, in also played on the Uegina in liXM', when they went after Uio i Minto cup. "Mac" is a great favor-! with everyone, ami since he came Cincinnati, Oct. 2.-Con Riley, the trainer of Carl Morris, writing to Har- Wiieet. of this was former iy "on-e of. spnr irs, says that too many a ti- Morris to be beaten by i.Iim Kiiin. Riley states that if Morris bad only gone in and fought as he had tcltl him IIP could have won in tbe Gixth round, {PICKED AGGREGATION fc d liut 0Ut, but FROM EASTERN LEAGUE not tbc advantage. Rilcy [asserts that one good shove would ShuIU, Dubuu, jVicUers and Rudolph. Newark; Phclps of First 3IontreaI. Unltimore. igeumg on a mp.tch with some good Jersey City. ihfrvywcight. Last night Manager Mai- Third Newark. ione cioseti negolintlofis with the Hnm- hiiR mi.dc a number ot friend I Outfielders-Murray of Buffalo, Mil.'nton ,0hio) Automobile Club, to bring bv'liis daring work in cic-ie to the- of afonlre.il. Corcoran of Raltimore. Wnest to tiint city next Fridny Is ranch owner In j af For an exbibiiioii bout, with Jim and piayr hirrossu be-j t-aitEe ho iavM the gnmfl. Wuest will soon appear in New York- aa his manager, Orville Slalone. is dick- ering with several clubs, in hopes of Utility infickler- Utility deuce. have in Collins, rcon. and fa m pi in, f( who, ij' nrrf of tin veterans fall down on the const, will give a good account of tliemselvi is all MERIT- perfectly blen- ded and thor- oughly aged, D. O. ftOBUN. ucxenah will appear In a four round contest nt the same show. Manager Malonu' hail a long talk with Henry Messier, the veteran pod- 'estrian, who represents the Milwaukee 'publishers of T. S. Andrews Uoxingj 'Guide, last night. Mr. Messier is just Imck from tbe east, nnd stntes thnt outside of New York tbe game is very dull at present. Kid McCoy has re- turned to the rlns, anil they am look- ing for some good man to meet him. (Henry likes looks of Wuest. and that lie ought fo whip the wiz- lard of old. In Philadelphia, .Tack 0'- Hrlcn is mnnins a club, but has a hard lime making money. Ho charges but a small admission fee, but. still the crowds are poor. Mesaior advocates a boxing law for Ohio similar that n New York Stale. With such a law In vogtic the game should boom in every state adopting It. New York...... 08 Chicago........ 87 ISO Plttsburg........ (js Philadelphia...... 79 (If! St. Louis........ 7M 70 Cincinnati....... EiS 81 Brooklyn........ tiO Sit 37 107 AMERICAN Philadelphia...... 98 Detroit........ 86 Cleveland....... 7S New York...... 7G hicngo 74 70 Won Lost P. Boston Washington St. Louis 62 70 70 72 74 S7 103 NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Spokane Seattle Portland i'acoma Victoria .Won Lost 103 61 (18. 71 77 77 SI 84 .125 P. C. .638 .57-1 .538 .521 .147 Baseball "fans1' who for- tunes of the world's champions are a bit disturbed that "Chief" Bender, thft Athletics' star pitcher, la con- fined (o his bed with the jrrip. Because of their commanding (he Athletics fully expect to win the American League pennant and aro plau- ning Cor the world's series. illness may disarrange these plans un- less he quickly responds to treatuie.t The Chicken Season Opens To-day This is the best month of the year limiting, hoth and Chicken. This also he the host month for you to buy.u o-iiij. We huve two beniities that AVO will sell ill; a very special price rather tha.iv carry them over. We don't care to advertise but if you want a really first class gun at a bargain price can suit you. 1 f you hurry you can have your choice of these.hvo. We still.have a complete stock of loaded shells in.10. 12 and 1.6 giiages. Wnders. Sweaters, Hunting Coats and Caps at special prices while they .last. CONNIE MACK SAYS HE WILL BETIRE 'I'lils Eeu-jon will in-oljnbly lie ir.o ilasl olio for Connli! Mack lit nianatji-T 'of AllilctlCH, Arni'ri- cun Icngiic To 0111: out-of-town customers: Wo will charges onisUl onlurs for loiuled shells nnil express chnrges on any jriin during this nionl.h, Staff or d-Agnew Co. you live out of lown, write ui" ;