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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK I K DAILY HERALD PageT JOE WOOD, AT HIS YESTERDAY _ His Curves Were Bewildering and His Speed so Greal 1 hat Giants Couldn't See Ball Played Great Game Giants' Fastest Infielder New Vofk, Boston Hed Sox, peniiiiiit winners uf tin: American League were victors today fonilh t, uw lit tin scuts I lieHed ,Sos .have nmv won two mil tin (nuts out llu sic nnd contest, having ended in ;i tie Sum i! jiinnud as coul us a Labrador icelipi'g in' March. lit- cau.SL-d LUITV to' pup out and tlien fed Suodgnts.'i and j Urn i u on quit 1 i ikinj; n k t, s j into Nothing Sets Off a well creased pair of pants or a nice suit Like a Neat Pair of Shoes up-to-iiale siilosnian. Siio how pays altunfion tu tlie fit ami slylu of lus sliuos. jlK KNOWS. liy your outward np pcaninco UKMI know you'better, Come in .and inspect our new stock of the latest in footwear t S 1 UtSI si OKI Boston Mrokt1 .iiitu the run column in the sitund lir u (r iiilnci u ipplui OIL (fiiliub oi the slulium to on le u tu s wild no d u s iu Simon nun ijisihill in a i "i a moist bill llu Mioml uincuiu1. (onlesl tint tluilled inning In HI fi th( lourili n St ihl t( nh d i ist. niiig. The two leams plaved in tlitir on a force hit, slide second, to lint fonn met thou h m ess thud on an i Held out iwl home on huuii In tlu pjixcis in UK tail) j t i lj s dim Boston m Hip Us thud run in the Jiintli, Gardner singled ami MUinicd to Htond M stihi took third' on and tallied on Joe tunlLsls ii not obstnrl i His JU Sf SmoM JpL bi one tod iv Iht Sox pHju llie si u mm is h u ilkid the pi tuny licld 1 is second f sodden Uonds, sucuied the d in llr re toi Sllll Wood's speed hull worked liavcc with; liaggpr to right tMtl. the Giants' hutting- Only onte wns i WAGN'P-R'S CJH s Millie GUN IS I ON I i U I Y [lip Giants' ofilv run way scored in the seventh' by on his .single, to centre and Klctchcr's own two AT WORK A New York bov brought tears to Lht) Giants' partixans. He is lie inc. Wagner, HIP. Kud i Giant batter able to lioston man's curves for ;i hit when ii hit meant a run, Wagner, the Ked .Sox short i TESHRAU TOO LATE The inlieid was wet from a night's slop, whosi! plays today robbed the! Tesrcau did not get into his pitch- rain and Wood stood on the hurling Giants of three hits. Two, of his i ing stride until the Hed ,Sox had mound for'nine innings with u pile stops of smashes over second were; made two runs. After that he i' of sawdust beside him to dry the, made with one hand on the dead run.fencd up and in the filth, sixth and i hall before- each delivery to the plate., j Then, half turning, he snapped his j seven til innings the Boston's His service was without blemish or. throws to first base ahead of tlie run- back in one, two, three order. The t i flaw, not one man being passed, nt'is by n step. I S'Giants walked to the plate and; With one run'needed io then walked back again after vainly Devoru a evoru as1L.( a grou trying to read the rnldlc uf iht! Hos- 1 paBt Thousands cheered 's drop halls bal] u b sa.omj for TOGGERY Another Hockey War is Likely East and Fat Offer Made to Newsy Lalonde Will Start Something Victoria, 13. C., Oct. eastern hockey moguls have thrown down the gauntlet and there is little hope for. peace between Ihe National Hockey Association and.'the U. C. Hockey As- sociation. The offering of a fat con- tract to Newsy Lalu-nde to have him manage the Camidiens in tlie N. H. A. lliis winter iiieam; that the eastern magnates refuse to agree upon a, truce. Letiler Patrick's visit to the east, is timely, inasmuch as the Coast hockey. manager1 v.'ill be able to war with the eastern club owners in their own terri- tory, .lust what will be the outcome ieiriains to be seen. .Manager Patrick, before he left the coast, slated thai, lie would inter- view UKJ Xational 'association on dif- ferent matters, one of which was the formation of .a hockey commission to regulate salaries and control the pro- fessional game. P.lans were also under way for a visit lo tho cast liexi sprins of the Coast champions. Ii is now thought if GOD. Kennedy curries out' Mis' f-.'ontram with Lalomle, and robs the club of their ic-a star, that {.-IB Coast promoters will cull off all with the easterners. Patrick boys were willing to go ih? X. 11. A. clubs ami present ''V.'.r. bin. i; is now iniely thai :iie clubs of the f Ion box j and fast "How can we .hit what we cannot see asked Hed Murray, when lie walked to the bench after fanning fur the second time. I Wood_ was in trouble only in. two innings, the- sixth am! seventh, ...when j the home club's only run rasnt' over j tln> The sixth showed Worn! at 1 j his oust, "f'e.sieau-slammed a. hit lo It'ft and De'vore bounced W ankl, one -.was out. Tho .stands were wild with excitement and tried to rattle the Boston pitcher. Hut Wood was drive off for a base, heiore anv- DOROTHY CAMPBELL RETAINS GOLF TITLE moist hall flinger was. taken out to I allow a pinch hitter to bat for him. uroumlcri STRIKE OUTS as1 There were 13 strike-outs during the. j game, for Boston C.'aily struck out twice, and Lewis, Slabl and Wagner one each. On the New York side, Murray and ,_ i.Merkle were twice anil Devore, covering his' beJance. The licet Movers and Tusrcau went vorc was out by inches. j ou> JACK '.BRITTON PU.T IT I OVER ..LEACH CROSS hit. U meant a-good start for thu' final rally. Wagner raced over, j .scooped the hall wiih his gloved hand, and snapped it .to1, firs I wit-hunt MOKE FINK V.'OKK Yerkes aiul Kleteher also starred fielding playsi while Mtirrav rohhed j Hooper, of a Uircc-haKC hit at thu i -N'cu" Vo'llc' Britton of ihe iiflh. Kuismns; back i cleverly defeated Leacli Cross, to tlie concrete the giant" ouifblder j city, in a ten-round bout at the St; leaped 'into the air and clutched tlie ball with his .hand. Nicholas Athletic clulj .toiiijrbt. .Brit- ton had tlie-better of every round. Toronto, Oct. Dor- othy Campbell, of Hamilton, won for NIC third consecu- tive time, ihe ladies' Canadian championship competition. De- spite illness at the first of t he- week, she- again proved licr right to'thy title .winning' her final gamo handily from (JIrs. Howard Blight, of Rose- dale, by ti up and -i to play. TALE OF MYSTERIOUS DUCK WITHOUT HEAD (By an Kx-Cowboy in Hod and Tiic talc 1 am to tell is no ghoul. story, although in sonic ways it one. It occured before I went iior'h on.'the great, At that time I was feut a school boy. but was employed, on tho plains east of tbe -Hoekues as a cowboy. One (lay- while herding cattle I WHS driving' them towards tbe lake. The open sea- 1 -S011 Wits OI; ducks, geese, brant players' that they require, regardless of'siilaries. Patrick will visit Ottawa, Montreal. Quebec, and Toronto in the order named. According to the' plans of Lester Patrfck, Carl Kendall and Clinton Ben- edict, of UTtawa. will figure ou the Victoria learn IhU wint-er-. The t'orm: er is the best amateur lender inj tlie oast, while Benedict, though hut a ynungsier. is rated with tbe, best goal tenders in tlie professional mil or.hcr water fowl were beginning io fly south. As usual they slopped on tlitHr way to feed at the various lakes along the plains. In the migration season the ranchers might have had u Christmas or Thanksgiving. dinner every tlay if they bad wished it. t for onij did not lose any opportunities for jiettJ-iiK a choice bag of mallards, brant or guese. Thtsc species are more easily frightened than other water fowl, and for that. reason oiie-in'nst were .Jnd mv take great precautions to approach tbe 'Uie rcsuh of hike close enough to get within range 1 them befove they take night Ou the day of which 1 spoiie 1 no-, could discern them creeping down toi the blind, ami just as" they reached it nnd -to -them might urTt'lfe terin ticccl some sporlsme'-i eninned close to the lake towards which my cuttle were b'eiug driven. -Thwe sportsmen were have been appii and chochaco. for they had not been long out. Xot far distant iu the lake were some mallard ducks.' myself up to wlihi-n- gunshot of the d neks 1 mo iiu ted my (J horse and ran him to the lake in order to Hush the ducks and get close enough to empty the magazine Jit them before they got out of r intended io show those sport-a what :t boy could do with the lever of a Winchester shot pump gnu. 1 intended emptying the whole cham- ber into the Hock and showering down ducks like hail in n hail storm. Rut what was my surprise and chagrin when the only ihing to rise after my charge of hliot ;i human cry of laughter. Sad to say, those supposed Guaranteed satisfaction for ONE not, new pair or refund. Cords slide when yon strain, buttons snfo. All sizes and weights; nobby colors, 50c. at your dealer's or postpaid for nOc. WOOL HEALTH certainly can defy Jac _. Frost and enjoy yourself Last ern Aviation thoroughly this winter by wear With iand Up ing an "Eastern Aviation Cap. Just the thing- for driving, skating, the thing for our crisp, clear, cold, invigor western climate. The Eastern Aviation Cap is the first and best cap of its kind made in Canada. It is all pure, selected fuzzy..and comfortable. Buy jour "Eastern Aviation Cap" now and prepared to spend an Fa stelr'n Aviatihn and Inatgoratlng winter. c.asiern.Hviauon Loofc for the Ubcl shown r _ Eastern Hat and Cap Maiufacturini Co.. Lid. [EASTERN CAPS', OLYMPIC GAMES COST BIG PILE and rose up to lool; over -tt to sec if there were any ducks near the decoys I pulled the string which was passed through tbo loop anchored at the bot- tom of the hike. As I pulled on the string down went the decoy and when I let, uo up it came again just in time to get the contents of ihe sportsmen's guns. J pulled and again it went down. As it emerged for ihe second time the (lashes oF the shot guns could be clear- ly seen, for it was not yet light ex- cept for tbe flashes thai illumined the luke when that supposed live ducli rose from its anchor. Volley after volley was iiretl at Unit poor wooden thick. It way fast becoming leaded and was soon nearly as heavy as the rock to which ii was anchored.- I could hear the sports cursing their J system were characteristic Sims jfiid ammunition while they dis- puted as to whether that mallard de- coy was a live mallard, a loon or a oei 'i The Oct. tl.-llic ever taken in Sweden for a public af- fair. .Sweden i.s not disheartened bv the deficit, as it was expected from the start, and ihe'eoimtry Feels well-re- paid in having shown the the degree of hpr sportsmanship arid, .management. She wab succossful Olympic games were a great financial of tllGKC nnd it is con; failure; not less than having t sitlejced certain that the Swedish.gpy-, been lost by the according icrmrent, rocognUing these facts, will _j not hesitate lo place at the disposal EUGENE TREMBLAY GOT AWAY WITH PARADIS volley was the delight whoops the hell of a hell diver, finally deciding in favor of the latter designation, their decision being hastened doubtless by to the final auditing of the .From the standpoint of good spor'v1 the games were acknowledged to been''well conducted. Good-onlcr and of the program from day to day. But this good management imianl heavy cost o pav funds necessary, s debts. ATHLETIC WIN and the promoters of the affair ;imlj themselves facing this graat deficit.' This amount does not include the cosy Defeated National Leaguers for Quaker City Championship ,licii. ot- (loliKiu with which the decision Demg Hastened doubtless Uy of the stadium. swim out o! gunshot range, it me, mc. l dug my smiry, fact that their ammunition was! Tim whole iuainw from the stadium, Ijikn ;s large unotigh io permit ]UQ mv ,liul jo fast becoming exhausted. I drew the, including season ticlieiK, was slightly to .do this. KVHII the most timid foy.'l i caule {0 decoy down ;vnd iben let 'tt up hard moro than Un the-day oi however. Had learned n uv not to be fnsht- ted annual d give Ottawa, Ti-emblay j eiicii by any four-footvu insf. that 1 as Neiund iimi again defeated John Para d is m theirias, for example, a horse, and 1 was. tjm hprclins c-tttlc- was all tint I wrestling match at the Arena tonight, often nble to make use of this Know-i oyor ]jp foj.; Thp winning (he first fall in 5n minutes, Ictige and deceive them, ior in those days I was as nimble- as a eat and could siick HI a horse's back like a chicken to a dough disb. minutes. and the second in -S. pur a good oxlilbRioji. but was to overcome the champion's science. VARSiTY-McGILL RUGBY 'GAM'u, 3ATURDAY LAST enough to clear almost a Toot from.) the- marathon was taken in at water. Flash went the guns' j tlie gates and adding to this the ?ea- vii went the duck! 1 could hear'-son tickets for that day income all kinds of excuse" and could even im- j which is the Ip.rcest su agine 1 saw blue smoke rising from j that blind. Once iho duck plunged out of the water, then down worn io emerge a moment later belly up. A short jerk nude ill nppear ay Though it were over nig's experience stuck iu my croir, howp.rer, and ii was iiot long before I began to plan how I could get even with the sportsmen, who had had so much f'.in at my expense. 1 know of course iboy would be hiding be- hind their building, which wa? to tho lake, before daylight iu order io i "I did ii! I did if! 1 hotii ha: be concealed before the ducks began go limr- tiuu'y whst to pour in ;ii (he rarly dawn, iliis Similar remarks to this were niTide it cliiHcnli 1'nr me to t'oo! them, t'd bimiiltaiicousiy by every one of the However, as ;i wrstera cowboy. I had j sports. Our sai'l it was roarse j no of being got tin; better off shot that bad done tlit- work; anuilicrj by those eastor'i As I it tin? bin everyone drivinir m'y herd to water later in clainuid tlio croiilt having liually do- 'day I notict-d Mnc hunch ot" maHurd i moiisbed the ducks ai] hiiiicln-tl roKcihcr. Jumping Mieir iioat they paddled cvT my I walktvj along until I OIII IG where tho duck ?.CL niii.i- to the iake. "I'he sportrimr-Ti were- ihe ten talking and haviujr jzrwu about Thf-'y iH-nnci) In.- looking in my di- rection i-it I tlu- bnri-e Philadelphia, Oct. Phila- delphia American League buaoball team won the local championship here today by defeating the National League tenni in the fifth game of (be inter-league series, by tbe score of 5 to U. American League team took four of the rive games played. "Why." exclaimed "its bend is j shot clean "That was I." vohiMcoivd "I firod fj.irnMs righf ;i! ituck's hoad itiu mv i> nil] choice norc. PatiOIiiir'.' a li'.iio neurer eiH1 of them lhc put lh, jel'f 'rayior, Hying Wing, Bucking Over iVlcGiifs Line tor a Try ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS" A WHOLE, 4E PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH- AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN-- 1 ...djCREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST -I of or.! M-f DEfiREE OF PURITY j son's secret, ant! I do not suppose von THE LETHBRIDGE'BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 "'i nut lo the coulil ?ol one of them to !lic il wounded tltta ninlltiril. looii -.MII I liid I'onijili tni I or lii'll of ;i hell tllver iiiicl; Hint in tlic I iho plains headier. flit' tlu1 i sind footless behind an ainply 'it. Ii nol. Uiiij; licfore 11 ;