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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiie Lethbridge Patty HeraM, Edison Phonographs sole for these goods in Letlibridge and carry a full line of machines, both two "and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON SDISON PHONOGRAPHS Combination .Standard G-tahsfard- .f39.00 Hcme 'Home Combination Triumph EVERS BOOSTS ZIMMERMAN i CRIPPLED cus SAYS "HEINE WILL! BE THE SURPRISE OF WORLD'S I Lrethbridge Sporting Goods Co. Chicago, Oct. Evers, the second baseman, who broke ona of the bones in his right leg in the Cincinnati game test Saturday is in the West Side hoipital here, where the; fracture has been set by Dr. Davis, j physician west side team. j The player who has- been the most i important .-cox in Chance's machine] for the last five years, passed a rest-i 1032 412 BOUND. 87 NATIONAL At New New York defeated less day at the hospital with his in- jured foot bandaged in blankets and j ice packs. Although he had kept quiet i on the subject he declared he war, more anxious to play in-the coming world's series than in any of the oth-11 ers. J! Since the start of the last eastern j trip Johnny said he had been gbinf along in fine style, hitting the ball and i getting on the bases with more regu- iarity than at any time during the He a-sserted his mind was on PENNANT VERIFIES CHANGED PROPHECY {By Frank L. Chance) Cincinnati, O., Oct. the I was a true prophet last spring never before, if you will take the pains to look it up you will find that I said that would win the pennant this season because we strengthened our cUib while the other contenders stood still. But when I made that prophecy I. never thought we would have so tough a battle on our hands. I am prouder of the Cubs than 1 ever have been in my life. They have beaten all records for over- coming obstacles. Never in the history of baseball did a team win out under -such a hoavy handicap of sickness and innsries. Our regular team has. been available only at infrequent inter- vails. But the utility men have more than done their duty. But .or Archer, Zimmerman, Kane and Beaumont -we wouldn't be cele- brooklyji today, nine to three. Dmcke, tne local tied the. National strike out record for the year the coming series s5I the time, and he wanted to the best of shape for the games with the Philadelphia Ath- of thirteen. 5 s .New; York 9 15 Berber and MiBer; Drueke aad Wil- "At 7 12 Boston 22 ledos. 4 I Evers Gives Boost Although every one feels sure John ay's absence from the line-up will the .Cubs. Evers does not think i so, and said Zimmerman will play a! n }better gasie than he would. The second j j sacker believes Hsine will "be -the sur- Gerard, Slaughter and Dera- il, and McDonogh; Parsons, M At Chicagor- Ucicago-----_..... 5 0 6 3 ,-fcClchie and Needham; PMBippi, Ad- and prise of the and said fast pitching of Bender and. Coombs would be isst to Zimerman's liking while the club would be nlueh stronger against Plank or Krause _witn Heine in the sa AMERICAN got a do-able, a single ,-and a pass in five times at bat tonight. I am prowd of every one of them and 'I wouldn't trace say substitutes for the" regulars on any other club While the injury to EVers 'is a blow, we have been receiving sim- .iiar.btcws all year, and can't quit and give up'iurae of landing tne world's championship just because he is out -Zimmerman will seqjHid .base ia the bis series, aad mark mv words he will acquit himself well There have been charges that we were stalling and trving to 6b! 5 Cl0fe' SuCh Charses as any really sensible follower of. the game knows. J have used, mv best pitchers in ueir regular turns all through this trip. I have seen them batted nard, but I knew they were working all the time and that' everv one else on the team was doing best every minute. Do think we would oe -foolish enough to stall wb'en stalling 'meanV taking 'the SSS tbat WH1 conie-to Post-season games? No, there was ao'. stalling and no pulling. We wanted tc win the i pennant just as quick as we could, and we would have won o We beea able- Pitchers were not and anybody, could tell that by watching them. ?e teaa kas won- the National- league Mt hS? say again that I am of it and proud -to be at the head of it. We still have the world rash- assertions about .the s have the best ball team in the prove it in our clash with Philadelphia. S StSrtS I to have the at their best. Heel oetter tonight than I have felt befor- th's rear' I nave worried 4untfl I was almost sick and I have lost more sleer big, series opens. MAKING GOOD THE MILLER ACT Magistrate Dennfson Convicts Telegraph Company for Wiring Betting Information From Toronto to Detroit Toronto, Oct. Den- nisoa this morning convicted George Hogarta; local manager of the Great -Northwestern Telegraph Company on tbe charge of sending out information wnich-.was- intended to assist in -bet- I ting, 'bookmaking-or wagering upon a; norse race. The conviction came almost- as a direct contradiction' to a recent -decision "by Magistrate Kings-. ford in a case where the Toronto World.was charged with violating one of the terms of the Miller Bill in pub-' iishing information concerning race i norses. The evidence against Man- the Detroit News asking for the re- sult oi' certain hices at once. The published account, as per wire, show- ed the name of horse, name and the weignt of odds and -place of horse at finish of face. "That can- not be of any use. to anyone exceot ia said Colonel Dennison.." His Worship, offered to give a stated case was agreeable to all parties. A conviction .was registered and Mr. remanded until called on for sentence. owners are informed that 'a plant for the repairing: of- all kinds of Tires ami Tubes has been installed by the Central Cycle Repair Works, 38la Eighth Avenuo, east, Calgary. The difficulty hitherto .met with in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by the introduction of a thorough, up-to-dats plant. Specimens of work on application. Work sent returned .with .all pos- sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works 331A Eighth Avenue Bast, Calgary. A. J. BARNES, Prop. 4 ve os more seer than I can make up' all wiarer. But tee worst of it is over now and I will try to tnings easy until the big, series oens. NATIONALS BETTER GO HOME Vancouver, Oct ..the same score, seven four, by which Van couver defeated the Nationals on Tuesday, the.-local team trimmed the nhrortunate 'Easterners again todav. 'Erers declared ne had had a feeling for the last two months that something would- happen to keep him out of the world's series, the club was in Boston, he a friend 'told him 'to take tilings easy, as the Cubs had the JOHN D. MARSH Fife teen Mile Champion Runner of the World, Who Races Against a 'Fast Relay Team at the Ball Park Tomorrow Afternoon This promises to -be' some race..' who it is up to to gain a 'couple of 11 iJetroit 5 g .-wnite, Lange and Sullivan; Peasley Wiilett and Casey. Louis won from Cleveland, today, sis to five. Lajoie .got''three hits out-of four .times at bat. at. Louis and Clark. and' Stephens; Koestner "JifeTsr York .i'iiUacLelphia 7 1 and Mitchell; Dygert and At' S 2 -Boston 10 i Gray, Otey, and Ainsmith; Collins and Garrigan. Second game, S 7 3 Boston 10 S Johnson and Street; Mc- "Wood and' Carrigan, account darkness. l-'Mr W j At' AO "W UW tlli-U, possible "that stiild old Quakerdom ir more interested -in the house fly thai: the basefcaH sugr? Next to brown ale, Oczobzr boosts chiefly of frost bitten baseball. tb.ir.gs aust tc pretty bad when Hank can't smake. Hopes to Sos Worlds Scries "I ..ili be laid up for at least eight weeks. The bor.o. when it heels, wili be than ever, but the muscles ligaments arc torn so badly it will I be a long time before I will be able tc the Jog. r to get out in the air, and I 221 toU Pinny possibly walk s: if-ind on crutcJcs in tea -days. If this is true 1 be one of the mosi interested spectators at the world's- scries ancl trill be puliing for Zimmer- the time. Is to give you more for your money than you can 'get any- where.else in town. And I am doing that for all my custom- ers. For example, I am sell- ing men's three piece suits that are splendid value at 19.50 and for and other higher grade suits pro- portionately. Men's Fall and Venter Overcoats, .all new goods and the very latest styles are going at astonish- ingly low prices. You had better, drop in'and pick yours before busy buyers get the best ones. Men's wool half hose at 2Qc, 25e and 30a a'pair, all of which are worth at least lOc a pair more than- I am asking for them. Men's fleece lined and ail wool un- derwear at S1.25 and a suit, the best values in the city. I sell nothing but the high- est grade goods and am satis- fied with small profits which means more trade and more REAL profits for ME than I'd get if I "skinned" my cus- tomers. That's the best of reasons why I should give you- good honest values in all-sorts, of furnishings. If you require anything in Clothing, Underwear. Shirts Hats, Caps, Gloves, .etc., it will pa: you to buy them from me. I carry the very best lines of shoes THE SLATER SHOE They give better satisfaction wear -longer and" look better than any other shoe on the market. Prove it by trying F pair. Prices to a pair. See. my window for a few of the different lines carried. champions and two with Vancouver. The last game be- fore the Nationals: go east' will be played- on Saturday at "-New Westmin- ster, ;the second exhibition-match., with tne champions.. In today's game there fairly- .fast and decidedly clean, only one penalty. It" looked something like an even contest up to the close of thev third quarter when tne score closed four to four. Then following -the. tactics' of. the. champions, Vancouver _made .three goals. in tacular while they kept the -frenchmen from getting another goal. Score :by quarters: Vancouver -i......... "Vationais 2 Big League Notes Chicago has a new baseball song, the last line of the chorus of which, goss: From Evers to Tinker to Chance. It's about the famous double play which -the Cubs still pull off in almost every game. "King" Cofe, the star pitcher of the Cubs, has put his average for the sea- 'rnis is their fifth'defeat in live games n ttai1 the wonderful mark tnree' with the champions and TWO set by Wild Bil1 of the Tigers in 1907. In that season ;Donovan pitched 29 games, winning 25 o.f theni, an average cf .8621 Cole, Vho 0 ago was pitching lor- Saginair, Mich., and who was secured. in the 'draft last fall; has up to this writing pitched; 22 games for Chicago, winning 19 ci- thern, giving him a winning percent- age of .854. The day he was sold by Taylor to Chicago, French was on'the coaching- lines yelling his head off in his efforts to have Boston win. The sale had already been consummated, but Vas not to take effect until that night. One' Justice Brooke in Ken- tucky" Futurity Sets a -New Mark .Lexington, Ky., Oct. -Brooke, a brown colt, fry Baron Bale- ttxpectatlon, owned "oy the Dromare' farm at -St. Glair, Mich., won the'2- year-old division of the Kentucky fu- jturity today in straight heats and broke the world's record for 2-year- the second mile in of the other Boston players remarked to .him: "What are you working so- hard for YQU are going to be ..one of the-White Sox "Weil. I am one of the Red. was French's reply, "and I am .playing ifor Boston. Tomorrow I shall play as hard to beat Boston." When' dent Taylor heard of the conversation he added 5150 to French's THE ME.N'S Next to Eureka Round St. heatre old stallions- in 2.09 1-2. Tne two heats of Justice Brooke beat the, record 'for 2-year-old heat races by 2-year-cld trotters. Na- tive Belle had previously taken two in" 2.13-3-1 and 2.07 3-4 last fall in the futurity here. Her heats av- eraged 2.10 3-4, while Justice Brooke's two in 2.11 1-2 and 2.09 1-2 averaged -'-10 1-2, or one-fourth second better. -Miss Stokes, which had -been a strong, favorite for the race, was with- drawn on account of sickness, Tne 2.08 pace, postponed from yes terciay, was won .by Independenc 3oy, Ms time in the heat run toda which decided the event, being" 2.09 Tile association announced the nut ting on of a 2.09 pace for an ?180 purse for Friday, October 7. in placi of the 2.02 pace, declared off. Anabeile Lee, owued by George H Smith- and raced last year by Geers Cropped dead from an intestinal hem orrnage near the turn into the stretch in tne last heat of the 2.11 .pace. Her driver. McCoy, wag unhurt. TOM LOATES LEFT FORTUNE English Jockey Had Over a Million Dollars Brighton, Eng., Oct. Tom 'Loates, who -died here Wednesday, lefic ia fortune of about largely j the result of careful investments made j by him under the guidance of Leopold jDe Rothschild, his chief employer. Loates -twice won the Epsom Derby, in 18S9 on the Duke of'pprt- iand's Donovan, and in 1893 on H. Mc- Calmont's Isinglass. In this latter race the time, 2 minutes, 33 seconds is still a record for the event Manager announced that in future he will adopt the tactl-cs of the Highlanders' owner in -building up the Giants with young players. McG-ra-w says he realises that' old- timers do not possess the same amount of ambi-tiqn that youngsters show anci that the Giants' scouts scour' the country for new talent of a promising nature. McGraw.. is averse to adopt- ing radical the success of the Hillmen has opened his eyes to- the fact" th'at-'players who are -coming- are preferable to those who "are on, the downgrade. -The Giants'- scouts are William Lush, the old Toronto out- fielder, and the veteran Adrian '.C. Anson. Aside from the fact" sthat it robs- baseball fans of an opportunity of com- paring two of the .grearest second? basemen in the country, the accident to Johnny Evers will greatly weaken the Cubs in the world series against the Athletics. Evers is one of the brainiest little men, playing baseball, and has been the main pivot around which many of the Cubs great plays have developed. His absence' will be irreparable to Chance, for while other' second basemen may be 'better batters Evers has no peer in fielding and has the greatest of all to think quickly. it is altogether likely that Chance will piay Heinie Zimmer- man in place of the disabled Evers. BIG AUTO RACE ViAS BEEN CALLED OFF New York, Qct a direct re- sult of criticism of the Vanderbilt cup race last Saturday, the Grand Prize race scheduled for Oct. 15th was offi- cially called off tonight "by W. K. 'Van- the referee. There is a possi- bility that the rac? may be held at a later date in some other section of the country and Savannah, Ga., which has already made overtures for 4he event, is being regarded by enthus- icsts as likely or ifceing selected. Pool Lunch- Counter Cigars and pbacco A. C, Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver Barber Shop in Connection ;