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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for goods, in Lethbndge and carry a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem .................S1C.50 Gem Combination Standard Combination Hcme Home Combination Triumph Wefliieaday; October 5, 1910. I-AWS OF aJilHU e. Lethbridge Goods Co, Demands Side Bet and Purse to Fight Larigford (By James J. Corbett) Toronto. Oct. weather man there to heavyweights would have in a eontov with Johnson over the marathon route There also might be n change in the the'championship, but would be'.almost much to expect tui> ic a short iluufman should jfi' shen the -o over La.iptford Langford f-u-iked out of Jiia gh{ championship Save been prove the most served tl the fight fans will not bi necks trying to get in to see 'two boxers knock off each other's U1( he Oddish 3r it. had been MAY STOP MAN-mUNGGAME NASSAU COUNTY OFFICIALS TALK jTjijL 4N CANCELLATION OF THE PERMIT _------......- New York, Oct. board of given credit for ranking with the supervisors of Nassau county niec Wifh serious Island, will hold a special meetln- j EETIEEB FOR YEAS'AFTER GREAT SEASON ".fCLiiou ilKMJwuS IO- The return match between day to consider the advisability of can-iKiNG OF TROTTERS WILL NOT PTCf -ftTlri 7 jif-k J _ 11 k proved celling ,the permit for- the grand prize wj'Tisr the Lewis 312 ROUND be proteerion _ UUL tut iliUl. -'porters. Reports say it was L fight all -the way and that Harry did ur dead ancl AD WO L CAST JS SERIOUSLY INJURED per. Wol- tlie light weight, cham-. Or SO. USain mot- >ior ITrt-n IT of the art of fisticuffs, J. Aritair John lifeve f Se lea-ned son and Samuel Langford. have had .'champion has made tj I 1 sail for England immediately upon the October 15. ng Saturday's list of more than 20 injured conclusion of his theatrical .T. JT Oi. lae 'weather, BI vji. iiJS liifan-ifiti X :0 -f .several days or, to be more ex-jments in this country and already act. Aor the entire week of the cham- signed contracts to that effect i theatrical engagement Mclntoth PUT IT ON NATIONALS i R. general manager of esaminatlon of the other, but was is prO- the Long Island motor parkway authority for the statement that noth- _ Jiifc official interference shall ston! the grand prize. [meeting, it was announced that Oldfield Demands Safety Several drivers booked to partici- pate, in the event have demanded more, I adequate policin w JC BJgol in ui his fight Me- spite of the fact that 'both men v.-ere j.-ananA. Fond fin Lac, to be hungry for a battle. Sain his manager -apparently m2n behind ;flown their necks the week, shews that it was broken "just .bsiow the eldow. EnSland One of tnese men may oe Langford, but my informt-tion on. this point is lacking So it would appear that the big talk in Boston merely was a. hot air ses- hen here >ion. more anxious to clinch a match "Little Arthur" and intimated .no bet' too big to, i suit them. However, when the cham-: pion insisted that the in this country? At anci Premier Mc-{ 330.GOO Ife deposited as an evidence o! tthe-Present "me San Francisco is out e bad-faced the ball. the j good faith-on the pan of the chalien-i ll .so "far as a match between bis' s-Dorts feature of the provin-, a would !men is concerned, and Nevada is tnn cial exhibition-in thp Rrw-si And where could we hold a fisdit of that description in this country? At ''Withdraw my entry, from grand' course will "be unwilling to unless by troops k my neck and 'car. doing, and a general comedv perform- i ___ ance from start "to finish the' and'car-" Oldfield fol- coaver lacrosse team defeated the' Wlth a S6Tere arraisnment of Nationals at Kew Westminster this management of the Vanderbilt cup i uovernor Patterson and Premier Me-j drivers The foregoing from Oldfield is froin ger Sam would riot come through uiril J Johnson-first- flashed some of Us coin. Jack Stands' fey. Rights stood-on-his rights as cham-, ________0_ said Inasmuch as he was Philadelphia or "Boston but a -Ld. Clarke, Ffco will be one of the challenged party he stood ready pout between these men would not four of the team to racs Toto t? COVer aay up prove a great card.- n j- r-' other side in chunks' of not less JJ. -uarsh nert Saturday afternoon at than. COO and -h :A "3niLexl round, go with. Jack and tae park, is training faith- etiiics of the game demanded that! fully for the event. Yesterdav CiarVe the first move.: "v About 'Uns nme Sam disappeared, and cr-vPtic- however, in that it en sr o e e provn- !Pen 1S and Nevada is too cial exhibition -in the Royal City but WES Said m tonight that v" for fight as lacrosse it was a jofee. The French e bad not been entered for the grand u j. lie JL1 I ciiCJU ivi LJJ.C tg the trip in proved to poor goers in'the mud- 'pnze- lfc was at first understood that would drive a Benz bUt how they were handled by' f the Vancouver twelve, the only team tnat has been able to give the world's jtheir cnamplons a real, match for Wil' F'Sht Cancellations on Hemery. Hein and Hearne as 4 LAiio tiiae oaCu Oissnrij: is-creaited with doing four miles in'has not sines been located man like- Al Kauf- __ 2s principals would.' draw the' fans from all parts of -rney would, turn out with the y.eirs. I- C. C. Painter, a member of the Nas- board of supervisors', will offer a A I motion to cancel the permit at a board A meetine 'fnrtnv APPEAR ON TRACK AGAIN IN BETWEEN MILE AND HALF MjLE TRACK Chicago, Oct. .is done foi the season. After his mile to wagon at the Hartford, Conn., Grand Circuit he be seen in public but once more in and. that ,upon this occasion he would-be sent'against the world's trotting record over-a half-mile track, the 2.06 3-4; of George G., at Allen town, same, place where George performed. Wednesday of two weeks ago was the day selected for the effort, and the result was all that had been expected, for the king oJ trotters mile in 2.05 1-4. despite a break in the .first quarter that was costly.. Uhlan is not a breaking horse, an-d nis mistake may be set down to the novelty 'of the conditions under which he to extend himself. Nev- er before had he. been started upon a half-mile all the prepara- tory schooling .that he had received for. the effort was during the few days previously that he had spent at Alien- town. After his break he trotted the last three-quarters of the mile, in 1.33; 1-4, the last half in 1.01 1-2, and the last quarter in 0.30 ;i-4r showing what he was able to do when he went level Automobile owners are informed that a Plant 'for, the repairing of all Tubes hag b'eeiv installed" by the Central anU Repair 'Eighth Aveauo, east, Calgary. The difficulty. hitherto met with in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by the introduction a thorough up-to-date plant. Spscimens Oi work on application. Work- sent returned with all pos- sible despatch., Centra! Cycle and Repair Works 231A Eighth Avenue Calgary. A. J. BARNES; prop. besj -Aat he has won there has been m 2.0, M, while in. none of his losing heats has he shown, himself- able to trot much.faster than that. It would appear, therefore, that'-he can trot a twice-around track within about-a sec- ond as a very unusual thing. The pacing colt Knight of Strath- more turned the Monroe, Wis., track two years ago twice in 2.06 1-4. He had previously been appearing over the mile tracks and his best heat had 2.05 1-2 at Jolfct, -HI., in a race in which he was heat was faster, than 2.06 1-4. The brown gelding Charley H: has-'the dis- tinction of being the only- trotter that has ever entered the 2.10 list over a half-mile track. This he did" the pres- ent season at La.Salle, 111. He raced numerous times over the mile tracks, and his best time over one of them' was 2.07 1-2 at Peoria in a race in which he had to trot five heats to' win. rOMMY BT7BNS' LATEST PROJECT Luiu. uut wiui tne -y thSt thf WHY ATHLETICS j. i ono _-_ v Jtr 21 and a half minutes, without appar- he !s tr-vte- dig up the (0ne over ard brir_' rr time.' The ottering excellent in man iirthe relay team, best time. Clarke -Ueerioo promoters ious ro. Langford, and- SHOULD WIN JU h M r teaia mates fPion's eyes these days is not hold die iinslisQinan iiown at all. puch. He- argues that a match be rsh says that. since the .track colored men would be a' Better team Less- severe race for pennant. A rest before world's series j wwij ifc t that right about the drawing powers of -the I long distance E 6r staff- jus't-at present concerned and the _ J at Reno did "ao( fielp matters- i Wants Negro to Meet Kaufman IfTonnson. really wacrs to figK and .__ u, oes not-care to mix it up with a'mem- the park has been card, and that he is iEiber of his race- wha-fs the matter rr ed'he will go out after the for coin as well as a six or ten round mile record. Each clay he takes of the .Also -that there! r Wlth Kaufman. There-cou'd be no I A jaunt over a-irthine -f EE of a purse of ac iFouble a substantial-nurse for a ten and fifteen berore he will give ttt I''0, .of sort- as one of the'Phila- undoabtedlr have to estsnfl him" SerTyou llf f already has made against} Negro Can Not Criticized give -the champion a iew who! u portunity to earn some good esro champion hardly at his trade and the public a meeting today. Any 'move the race will be bitterly fousrht No more deaths of those" injured had occurred up to tonight, but the condition of four persons is critical srat handicaP IjBIGLEAGEGAls WHY CUBS SHOULD WIN -an op- -Better baseball machine. .Better' catching staff. Greater ability to win against odds. Better NATIONAL At Chicago Cincinnati rennefer and Needham; Rowan and Per box of Ten (Cork Tips.) At New York___ Boston 12 3 9 15 2 Cranclaii and Wilson: Matter.i a horse that y upon mile tracks to take him to a two-lap ono and ask him for a record-breaking mile at the first attempt. Considering everything, it does, not seem .unreasonable to believe that if Uhlan was especially educated for the task he would trot one mile in 2.03 before he reacned 'his he might go even" faster. The. fastest mile ever made in open" over "a half- mite track was in 2.03 1-2, by the pacer Prince. Alert. The Prince also' per- i formed at. Allentown, back in 1904J Over the same track, in 1905. Dan Patch put in a mile in 2.01. behind a pacemaker, which-is the technical rec- ord for such a course, and, as the pace- maker in front is no longer allowed WOULD TOUR AUSTRALIA WITH COAST LEAGUE BALL PLAYERS Portland, Ore., Oct. Burns, formerly heavyweight cham- pion of the world, proposes to tour Australia with a baseball team made up of star players picked from the teams of Coast and North- western leagues. Burns has arrived in Portland from' Vancouver. B. C. He has. cabled his; Australian agent to ne-: ;otiate lor the to.ur of the all-star team. it is probable' that this record will not be beaten until'some hew speed mar- vel a'ppears with a greater flight BUrke and ability to carry Tt farther and 7e- Igotiate short turns more easily than At St. Uoiden and Bresnahan; Steele and --No other games scheduled in the Rational League yesterday, AMERICAN At 7 2 6 3 Cicotte and Carrigan ancl Bailey- rause and Thomas. At asnington 12 l 2w York 13 2 Big and Little Tracks The difference between a mile and a half-mile track from the speed an- gle, is something that it is impossible to calculate -other -than provisionally, i Meyer, UJey and Street: vvarhop and 37itchell. No other games scheduled in American yesterday. It depends largely upon the individual characteristics of various horses as to the degree of loss of time that the small ones entail. For instance. Prince Alert, educated originally on' the minor trades i-.nd raced r.iany times over them, had nothing to leara about ne- thern. Over one, as afore- WORLD'S SEBIES WILL BEGIN IN PHILApELPHIA ON OCTOBER 17, AND TWO GAMES IN EACH CITY Cincinnati, 0., Oct. played its part this afternoon at the meeting of the National Baseball commission, when a toss of coin decided that the' first game for the world's baseball championship between Philadelphia and Chicago would be played in'Phila- delphia. A few moments later the supreme court of baseball announced that the contests would begin at 2 p. m., on Monday, October the second game on Tuesday. October IS, [phia; the ihird game on Thursday, Oc- Quinn, the tober 20 at Chicago; the fourth game on Friday, October 21, -at Chicago. lttCAU. vj-, aiore- Ja case ctfaer Sames are required to said, he got down to 2.03 1-2. The best settle lhe supremacy, a fifth'game will that he was able to pace during Saturday, October 22, after Irvner fin J71 ID 7 _ hiJadeIphia York Detroit Koston Cleveland unicago AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. 101 46 ,G8S S4 so Louis 45 NATIONAL Won Chicago jifi York ss Pitts burg SK -fmiactelphia 75 Cincinnati ?.j jurooKiyn 02 Louis aoston.......... 64 68 84 84 105 Lost P. 48 50 G2 77 S3 se OS long career over a mile track was 1.58 is. the best "in the open." This is a difference of four .seconds. Uhlan, one would think, with his mile- track record of .1.58 1-2, should be able to beat 2.03 1-2, provided he could ever make himself so much at home over the two-lap ones as was Alert. Dan Patch never could do this. half-mile track high water mark of 2.01 is six full seconds off his best ef- fort over a mile track, behind a run- ner, 1.55. Cresceus for years held the train from Chicago to Philadelphia; and in case another game is'required another hur- ried run in a special train will be m'ado from Philadelphia to Chicago in time to play the sixth game in Chicago on Sunday, October 23. World Series for C. j. President C. J. Eckstorm or the western Canada Baseball League, leaves on Monday for Philadelphia to j 3 lit .568 world's trotting records over both .5-11 j kinds of tracks... His best time over the mile tracks was 2.02 over the half miles 2.08, a difference of five and (three-fourths seconds, or practically .oOO i the same as in the case of Dan Patch. B.ut other horses snow differently. is George G., whose 2.0C 3-4 MS j the mark that Uhlan lowered last j week. He never beat 2.05 1-4 over a jmiie track, that being his best officisn-1 record, it is. however, only fair to to say that ho was able to trot faster that. At one time in fais career he "was probably up to a mile as good as 2.03. Still that would Make a difference of but three and three-fourths seconds between the two sorts, of tracks for him. Records for Comparison This season's work also provides some interesting records for' compari on. Previous to Uhlan's effort the fast- est over a in. the world's championship series between the Philadelphia Ath- letics and Chicago Cubs. He goes via Great Kalis. Helena and Butie. stoo- vf it jjau-miKi a 7 ,e at ea place to t.pack by a trouer u'as 2-os T-2> feythe professional teams there T at in the proposed Inter- national Hasebail League, .composed Montana and Alberta supportmc next year lien, X. Y., 18r Gamar has. with the exception of his one appearance at this town, been raced exclusively over the season, and the Lunch Counter Cigars and Tobacco A. G. Messer Proprietor Successor to C.1. Upton Basement Olivef Blk. Barber Shop, in Connection ;