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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. October ,4, 1913 THE LETHBBTDGE THE TWO MOST FAMOUS ENGLISH-GOLFERS, HARRY VARDEN AND EDWARD RAY f CianftSerf Athletics in 1905 I' but Athletics Turned Tables .Jin Memoirs. of, Celebrated Games New Voii, Cd. the Phili- V tjelfliia Athletics 'and the N'rw York Uia'nts meet in.tie initial garae ol ftr.'lio' 1813 world's serifs on Octoter 7, Sf peculiar combination of bisetall rompJlrallom will le rfsmed alter a'ltpse ol two yejrs. To begin with, 'il--' cominj will be in '1jK: iure'o! a "rubber" match sitce.taes? tv'o 'club. W. twice' figured IB aeries and' each hive a tif to its credit. In 1903 aiici-tlK opening of .the Bid between .the National win Sew The in. i i wmi Uw.'most sensational 'l-fiWorldV 'term arer, played. The] 'YoA team under McQraw won j at Sve games and' erery he rates was a shut-out, the Giants' "iron c nblbig' -'tfld leacue pennant r- j rere Philadelphia and tbe Sew .Tort clubs the contfnderE. The in .what in. man) jr-i Yoi 3 four but Yf "onie of NOT'SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE AND LEGAL PRECEDENCE .IN CASE Los Angeles, Oct. 4. The prosecution of- Jess and oth- ers on" the charge of murder .tesvU- inz from tie taial John ard boyirig bout at Vemon will be dropped. Ford, assistant district at- Vorriey, who prosecuted the csaes, satd the murder chsrje was not back- tt! by sufficient evidencevor Itgal pie- cedeut to warrant prosecution. Pro- moters ot Vernon boxing cards are busy' preparing another match here October 14. National Philadelphia 3 10 Ken- York...... 13 15 CamnlU, Klnr.erah sad Killlfer. Second in 8th dark- Philadelphia.... 430 JUyor and Burns; Schup; Sch'anef aad and Hartley Wilwa. The picture shows thim playing at the1. Lambtoh Golf: In aftsf their return from the United golf Mau. COLLINLHAS IT OVER. AT SECOND When the Athletics and. Giants hook at the height of his (up >ih tae world's r old ee'r, while. Christy Math- Ifc'oyitona' rivals, -Eddie Collins of'the" iuat developing into. developing UcGinnitT ;tho Polo Grounds caices. in'g Icr th: Giants ?lni Philadelphia. These two iampus effective aad Larry Eojrle, of the will fece each oiher _as they did two. years ago. .Mioibjen .proved second, whtn Con-......... Jid i It-wtrjld_Jbe hard to find two great second 'baEemen- so unlike as Doyle delphia 0 Xew.fTork clency.- He pouncee tail-like J; philiidelphia New .Tort 1, Phil- a eit upon i raomte, and Yost asrau rely. Ph'lidflphia He'gets the ball away, with a lost mor- J v- covers second to taie i throw Connie', Sack, and his'Athletics had ind re.Ure a-base mnaer without the for revenge, hnt loss of'arfraction of No player leajue is the' Buperior of Co> llns when It coines to putting the ball for all-he Js Irish, lacis tho Brooklyn' Hucker, Drown and Fisher; Rudolph ar.d Ratiden.' Second Boston 6 11 7 9 Reulbach, PMer, Hagon and Mo- Cadher and ililter Quinn and Hati- dtn. (Callefl In The Ulles below Include games of lut Saturday: Flrtt D'.vlttn'n Blaciburn Rovers... 5 Tottenhom .HoUpurs 4 American New York 10 ia 3 Pniiade'.phii 13 05 1 anil Sweeney; Shawkey, Bush and Lapp. Second -eame in sixth; Nrw'Yoik ...-.'i. 2 6-0 C 0 Manchester U.'.-.. Sunderland'-i.. Boiton'WandtTeri Bra'dfprd 2 1- D. PU. i n i -2 8 0 S -i 3 Doyle is more ot a. Pjugifer, altho'ush he riEes to brilliance in tiroes of g-t-eat r.-; Doth Doyle are JOE JEANETTE' OUT- grand ijatsmen, Ihe PhUadelphian h gb "runs, 'and ioto extra innings'.- Tb4 was the final contest ,'a( rtnid.eipiia, when, the Ath- UC. av_'l it on bis rival in this respect to a considerable eitent; although In the 1911 series Doyle outhlt. edlifns and aio ou.UIelded r Viile Mathe_wson is tHa sola of- the Kew .York ftll'Tiiri the iroild's highest honors bat eight years aOlVtbe? twenty-nine playen-who flg- 11 -the seriej.-of. 1911 between e'two clubs four >re missing trim :tie ol eligibies for tbe fTfinl of the Ath- DO longer, under Macic's con- trol, and has released 61 ed Derore, Becker and Ames. UP TO MI3S HARVEY UPHOLD CANADA Montreal, Oct. playing Mnl-fir.als ol the ladies' gol! cbam- plouhlp Diiie today tbe comptti- tlon hu now reached tt.e finals -with i-Miss .Florence Harvey, of Hamlltoi t0''jplibld tte lioaprs Canada] sjansl MUs Muritl the Eng- lllh cnamFJon oll9W. Tr.e the third counil, I'jrclih-i ai svrpriM as lew- conceded Mis? Harvey ol winning from Miss Violet came on tie list by. one up. The othet raatch an easy victory; Miss from'' 5Iiss Francis tri-Bcoti, by seven up aid .'4 One can be comfortably-unconscious one's hose when they. are: W I PQnm 'without-a-seam. Think what this implies Hose bearing the Penman'. trademark f secorid skiri to every i of foot and lirnb: They do not rip, V or tear- there is. not a scarn j And, they're for men, women and Children :in cotton, cashmere, silk and RE01NA TIltlTI. Oct., -Kf, flMlmtoKi arrirfd here to- Uw uiutl wit of tbeie team Jaw, Interest I I n crotrd is ex iRKtor'ii Mck In ttic gam MM to Reglna il even moner'wlth loU l in ilfht 'in any weight.and all popular colors. AeV lor Penmans Ilociery the nnt time you go snoppir.g, Aoi look for the trademark! J Penraaiis Limited Hosiery Sweater. POINTED LANGFOSD York, x.ylf Oct; Jos Jeinette Langford -in' a ten-round feo.Qt at Madison Square Garden-to night. The two colored heav- ies 'weighed In, Dirby County Bromwich A-. Kew'csstle Dnited Manchester City Aston Oldhara Athletic Shefflsld, Wednesday Liverpool Sheffleld United---- lllddlesboro......- Pf.cston Xorth End.- ChelJiet- Second Division w. Leicetler PMM '4 County.........3 Bradford 4 Fuiham 3 Woolwich Arsenal 3 2 Wolverbampton W. 3 Hull "City 2 24 2 4 0 >4 0 4 2 4 1 3. 3 .3 3 3 1 ,1 2 1 Philadelphia Fisher 'and Sweeney WyckolS and McXyoy. fit the hard to o with Semi-ready (he real and only genuine 'Semi-ready" with the name and price in the pocket. The new fashions and fabrics avo here for your 30 new' designs and many cloth patterns. You may be interested to know that nearly two million dollar's worth of: Semi-ready Clothes were Bold in Canada Jast year. The plain price in thepocket or gives as nnich confidence as does the fashion aud quality, prestige. 60 2 2 Boston .2 Washington.................. 0 Leonard, and'.. Nunaraaker; Shaw and Henry.'_, Second. game- Boston--... Washington STORE Block, C. Batemanj Mgr. .8-3 14 ;4 Lewis and Thorns Doehling, Hughey, Dawson, Ains'raith.- (Other games" postponed REFLECTION; CAST ON FERiNIE BOXING BOUT Clipton Orient Barntlfy Brlitol' City Birmingham Stoctport'CoupVy Lincoln City Hudderafleld.. Qrimsby .Town Blacipoo'l OlOBEOp.......' Notts Forest One of Curley Report Wat Referee in Bid Lijht D. Pts. 0 8 2. 8 o ;s 1 7 1.. 1 2 0 0-' E .2, 1 1. 1 0- .0 2 1'. .1 1 1. 1 TftBLES National N'ew York'......' ..59 88 IS 51 .650 61-.-.591 65 -.570 GREYBIRDS -ARE ALREADY GETTING THINGS IN ORDER Magr'atti.Ii Elected of Ed., monton Baseball Club and Deak White Edmonton, 6cL Edmonton Recreation 'ownerii of th s Edmonton bas'eball franchise, held a builneu meeting 'yesterday, at "'hlch' .William Slagrath was pre- Tom-lloolis, vice-president; Jbi..Clarke, 'secretarr-treasurer; Dea- con White; 'irianager. 'i'ttsburg 78 E9 spring .training caiap waa prac- Joston "69 82 decided on. Greybirda 65 84: have prcferc-nco oJ either, Wash- Cincinnati 64 87; or Oregon. This arranEempnt St. Louis 49 09 them' to. get in quick s' i' and better a' pre-season cam- 'at home. There-will be' less u- r: ;lo -pay -and" a chanco Philadelphia1. 36 56- .633 Washington S3.C4 .582 84 G5 play exhibition sa.mes, .which, nut-urally, will brlnj in: sonw gate- re-colp'ts. Bostoiv 10 70 ilost of the Birds ara'wiotalng on Chicago Detroit 77 72. -.517 li! 88 coast. All .the' players. on tha team are reserTqd for year. St. 56 34 and Hclnrlcbt loaie Tor pan Kew I-...., 56 today. _ Spoiling Editor Lclfihridge Herald: Dear you oblige me bf giving this letter space in your valu- ablo paper.-1 don't Vnow.vvho. your reporter was for the (igbt held in Fernle on Oct.. 1st, but it .would'be as well for, your' jiapcr to have a correct report-on it. In the first place was-no knock- out .lelivered as was'Siated, relerce didn't even accident- al loul, lot and the whole house were appealing lor a ioul Lucca sttuck tivlce'j'more whilst Hume was fitill down.'-'.The Tight was vndtr of tjucenabuty lules, ar.d the rules clearly state In -Rule 10: "A man on one knee la-consid- ered down, and il struck, [s entitled to.the Therefore as ol Hume's seconds I claimed the ;.figH. The referee asked il fit was hurt would not allow Hurae the decision on a foul. Hume to ngkt any more the A! for the decision being popular 1 nave- {ever ieen oc M audMce: Jo dlsguclrt (n'my life and I'hive alteadtd hun'lredi of IkhlJ for after shont.lng foiil Mi hoitioi the referee for nearly teii (hey got up Wt ttit house.. One of Cur'ley HUrtfe's Swindon Town Crystal Pelacb Southampton Brighton Hove Coventry Citj-j j Heading......... Ham United Southern1 League W. L. 5 0 3 0 D. 0 3 2 2 1 3 1 Plymouth' Argyle Soullieud United f.. N-prwiclr City....... Portsmouth...... Xorthampton Watford......... Bristol Rovers Millwall Athletic Mcrtbyr. Town Qncen'a Park Hangs Eieter- City Cardin City...... Scottish' lesrts Dundee Celtic1 Rangtrt Alrdrlconians Morton Dumbarton. Hibernians League "W. L. 5 5 1 3 0 2 .2 f D.Pla Pa'rtlck St. Mirren Third Lanark Park Hamilton A Aberdeen (Ulth Xoven. Ayr Vailed 4 4 3 4 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 6 1 "I know thing that's 0 the dui, tha Old Togs "tiM, man wha headi we than'one never wok'e up In tb icjt alter painting the tffwn the Guy. J Black Powder Shells, Rival ".and so rriany strong points to iecommcnd them as .Winchester, the W. brand, Their uniform shooting qualities are due to tho fact 'that- the sheila are made of high tested loaded with the best brands] of 8hot and wadding. The patented corruffatid head, and the. solid gas-tight, fire- proof .base construction used in Winchester black powder, shells, coupled with a system of loading which giyes invariable' results, pro- C t duces a'quality oif shells, that' is v unsurpassed, Insist Upon Having The W Brand A Made Sold The World Over. ;