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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Edison Phonogra We are sole agents for these goods in Lethbridge and carry a full line of both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRJCES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Combination Standard Standard Combination Home Combination Triumph Comb. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co, STOP BETTING IN PHONE 1032 412 ROUND I Laws on Gambling Being Rigidly En-i-r forced "if Dublin, Oct. laws against! J betting as a business is being ed throughout the country. The ting practice has become pretty eral because of the horse racing sea-jT son. The police have been instructed to stamp, it out and they are being backed up by the clergy and the ju-l tiiciary. MARSH BEATEN BY RELAY TEAM The relay team which was beaten' by -John D. Marsh last Saturday afternoon, turned" the tables ou the champion yesterday afternoon in. their ten-mile event at the -ball park, .Marsh was beaten by a small margin, twenty-five yards. The team was com- posed o! Clarke. Deerfoot, -Maclean and Roehant, SNAPPING UP THE At the Limerick No department in our busi- ness seems to increase so rapidly AS the "Diamond De- partment." Close prices, lowest repre- sentations make this only pos- sible. Each stone is critically examined before mounted. Our special and 125.00 Solitaire is good value. Drop in and we -will be pleased to show you anything yo.u may wish to see. JEWELER, Round St petty Av sions recently Edward Daly and John; fronia were charged with :being con-! cerned in street betting. E. O'Donaell. solicitor, who ap-1 peared for the defence, pleaded guilty! j on behalf of his but said j Derby had a bet of pounds 1000 pounds on his horse and was atijeej' Of pjay. Miss WOMEN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT! Myra Hel' Justice J, H. Roche said street bet- ting was causing much ruin and mis- ery. A fine was imposed ba each man and they received a warning. n Ho, 3 up and 2 to Dorothy Campbell, of Hamilton, Canada, who made low medal score yesterday, defeated Mrs. A, E. Hedstrom of Buffalo, 2 up and 5 to play. TOM WILLIAMS HOPES TO BEVIYE TRACK -BETTING ON COAST j Entire World's Series Res- i ervation Sold Out in Short While Chicago, Oct. entire' 1 reserved seats for the world's cfaam-1 pionship baseball game at the West! End ball park were allotted today. Kequests ror seats reaching more man three times that number could not be filled. Kosert McRoy, secretary of the American league, and who has charge- of the seat_ sale, declared that he had received mail orders for more than ATTELL NEARLY KNOCKED OUT Abe-Catches Tartar in Jack White, at-Winnipeg Winnipeg, Oct. At- tell, featherweight champion, and Jack White of Chicago, icught 15 snappy rounds to a draw here. Attell began to warm up in the 13th round and had his man dazed. .In the fourth round White got in 11 good body blows and it looked as though he could get a knockout at any moment. However in the fifth Attell came back strong and put it ail over White. ALL-STARS ANOTHER WOO seats. The allotment was made OLDFIELDRULED OUT Famous Automobile Racer Gets Bad by Agreeing to Race Johnson New York, Oct. contest board of the American Automobile association announced tonight the 'New York, Oct. iO.-Tom H. Wil-f ?f Calif0rGia S r be prohibiting betting old conditions Betting: on the races is what fos- y night He is greatly jters breeding of thoroughbred horsed thoroughbred is an at ATTELL TO MEET KFL5ANE Kansas City, Oct. Atf and Johnny Kilbane last night to box te: city on October 24. Ill at 122 pounds. for to the country Coast tracks. He said to-night: 1 wish. to. be understood as rna -n v TacniS season the saying that I favor betting. It is im- coasc will be tae most prosperous material to me, but I think a man ,f shouM to place wagers on Many of the race horses -will be seenja horse race if ae wants to. The-! nnlyear' raCinS Same Cf Baling Duf a under a set of -ules' and' laws 'that chance, not a whit different man bet- will m a measure take away a good Ling on a horse race j 'Many of these had been filed with -Mr. McRoy for several weeks. ".Every possible, precaution was tak- en to prevent blocks of seats falling into the hands of ticket scalpers.'" said Mr. McRoy tonight. "The seats were distributed entirely with a view- to being fair to the greatest possible 'numiber of buyers. "Not more "than four seats were al- lowed to any one order." j nd suspension of for "his announced intention of racing Jack Johnson, "the neavyweighi pugilist, in an unsanc- uoned contest at Sheepshead Bay on October 20. said tonight he would have the law-on the contest board for can- celling his license. Both Johnson and Oldfield, who are scheduled to race at Sbeepshead -Sav- on October 20. say that the race will be run regardless of the board's ac- tion. Picked Team Again Beat the Philadelphia Athletes Philadelphia, Oct. series between the All-Stars, a picked team of American league players, under the management of Jas. McAIeer, of the wasnington club, and the Philadel- phia Americaa league club, to keep Bonnie Mack's champions in trim which began Tuesday, is going against che Athletics. Tuesday's game went to the All-Stars by S to 3. and yester- day's exhibition went the same way The score: Stars 9 1 Philadelphia----- 5 i Walsh and Sullivan; Bender, Plank Joombs and Lapp and Thomas. Automobile owners are informed that a plant for the repairing of all kinds of Tires and Tubes been installed by the Central Cycle and Repair 33la Eighth Avenue, east, Calgary. The difficulty hitherto met witn in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by the introduction of a thorough up-to-date plant. Specimens of work on application Work sent returned with all sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works 331A Eighth Avenue East, Calgary. A. J. BARNES, Prop. BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL At Chicago H r, Louis....... 2 D 3 Overall and Archer; Alberts and Whelps. At 32 5 .Brooklyn 7 and-Randan: Barger, Uessau, Bergen and Miller. Second Brooklyn 4 Bell, Parsons, Ferguson larger and Miller. 9 3 5 2 and Sheridan; jbit of sporty horse ra-cinj "To thos< can afford it, it is Tier In this j used to be the greatest racing centre! weigh in America, is a mere shadow of its opening a business iormer self. I think that eventually competition." here tre s a BATES FOR BATTLES IN AUSTRALIA American Boxers All Matched for Contests During Next Two Months at Stadium Sydney, and November will be busy months in pugilistic: circles here, for the --string of American boxers brought aver to tixis Hugh D. Mclntosh, will have their initial contests representatives. .The dates of these con- tests, which are" all to be held at the Stadium at Rush cutter's Bay, near tnisicity; Jiave just been announced, and are as follows: Billy Paplie, the claimant of the world's middleweight title, will meet Ed. Williams, a promising Victoria middleweight on Ott 26. Jrmmy-Ciabby, the Milwaukee welterweight, is matched to meet Bob Sydney on .Nov. 2. Cyclone Johnny Thompson is to meet either Fred Douglass or Boer tlholtz, "Both well known lightweights on Nov. 9. Ray Branson, the Iowa lightweight, will clash with Tommy Jones at Brisbane on. Nov. 22. This is the only contest that will not bo held at .the Stadium. All the American boxers are training at Le Pero.use, Botany Eay, which, was Jack Johnson's old training quarters. They are all in fine condition for the coming contests. T. S. Mil- waukee sporting writer, who came out in charge of the fighters, is assisting Promoter Mclntosh in arranging the details of the boats. NELSON GETS ANOTHER FIGHT San Francisco, Oct. Griffin, the local pme fighter' promoter, signed Battling Nelson and "One Round" Hogan'for a fifteen round fight on October 28. National Standing Won Lost P. C, Chicago .........103 49 .91 63 Sii 67 7S 75 York kittsburg Cincinnati......... 75 Brooklyn........ G4 St. Xouis C2 Boston 51 .675 -591 .562 .510 AMERICANS IVADING THE ENGLISH TURF SOLD EVERYWHERE Sweet Capora! cigarettes are roiled in the purest rice paper. ''The purest form in which tobacco can be smoked. Three Will Likely Die From Injuries Received rj-i-i 111- at rniiaaeipnia TYRUS COBB'S SECRET .HAS BEEN REVEALED ,f Cobb bc a Could Only Hit He Would Kow He Holds His Job is Mystery Poor old Cobb. At last the secret is revealed why the couldn't hit Struggling along, with a. y percentage of or races ever run, j_en Zingle, driving v. 4. out of 4oO times at bat, Cobb has had a Chadwick car Saturday afternoon at Philadelphia, won the 202 1-2 miles race of the Quaker City Motor by a fraction less than 6 seconds. More than persons packed the 8.1 mile course in Fairmont Park, but not, ja spectator was injured. Four of the 'racing drivers and mechanicians, how- ever, were critically hurt, and it is feared three of them will die. The injured are: Al. Mitchell, driver of the Simplex- car, caught .under a wrecked automo- bile, mangled. Scott Malott, Mitchell's mechanician, critically hurt. Ralph Beardsley, driver, in- jured. Glen Etheridge, injured in same acci- dent; may die. The ihiny-two entries in' the race were divided into five classes, prizes being awarded in each class as fol- lows: Class Padula, in an Ab- bott-Detroit. Class Gellerd, in a Pull- man. Class Aitken, in a National. Class Mulford, in a Lozier.- a tough time holding his job with the Detroit team. Not only the ball play- ers, but the baseball followers all over the country couldn't understand why Jennings permitted such a "cheese" to remain on the pay roil.' Now that it is known tbac Cobb has been laboring .under a handicap of having only one lamp, some of the harshest crilics probably will feel sorry for the pan- jning they have handed the Detroit centre fielder. Just what happens when the occu- Jists gets Ty's wicks trimmed will be watched with interest. Talk about hit- ting a cow with a Cobb can do twice as much when he gets both glims to working as he is accomplish- ing at present, he should be able to hit a navy bean with an umbrella rib. If the two-eyed Georgian can hit them any harder or any longer when his sight is restored then bc has in jthe last few years, the American league magnates can disburse some of their earnings in moving the fences a block or two farther away or at. least replace the wooden variety with reinforced concrete. In a way r.hc reported defective sys- tem may work a hardship on Jennings London, Oct. some prei ent plans go awry. American ownera will be a big factor on the English tur from now on, and especially in 1912 Already many nominations have' been made for the classics, such as the Derby, the Oaks, the One Thousand Guineas, and the St Leger. It begins to look in England as if the trend of American-bred animals toward, thi country will expand rather than-con- tract. Certainly the number of possi- ble American starters was never fore approached. In the past an occa- sional entry from the States has been received for the great .races of the English turf, and certainly up to thq time of Harry Payne Whitney came here to race, an American entry was heralded around the world. In the Derby no less than 3S colts are named by American owners, while there are numerous other entries of horses bred in the States but now own- ed by English horsemen. Robert T. Wilson heads the list of American nom inators, having named 12, of which sb; are by Yankee, and three by Planudes. Harry Payne Whitney comes second with nine, of which four are Hamburgs; and threeby Burgomaster. Augus; BelmonL nominated five, three being by Rock Sand ,which Mr. Belmont him self imported from this country. H. B, weight jockeys. England's jockeys at best are a mediocre lot these days, and. of light weights there are hardly any worth, speaking of. The. Nursery stakes for twe-year-olds are just-begin- ning to come along at all of the tracks and many an owner is at his wits' end to find a .capable boy to do the riding. The lowest possible figure for these two-year-old races is 79 pounds, but are the lads that make the weight Certainly they are not at the English race tracks. than one instance promising twoyearolds have actually had to be sent to their stables because there were no boys to" ride them. There is not in England right now more than a half dozen jockeys of even ordinary ability who can do 84 pounds, and not twice that number av- ailable -who can make SS. Duryea, James R. Keene and .John E. Madden have three in- apiece, while ethers naming one or'two are'F. R. Hitchcock. Tom Cr'okr- er, Louis Winans, H. C..Brown and.W. K. Vanderbilt, although, the latter's-en try is that of a French-bred norse, be- ng by Maintenon o.ut of First Sight. It is hardly necessary'to go-into ails regarding the American entries' 'or either the Oaks or the St. Leger or 1912. The lists in each instance ibow the satce wide range of Ameri- can owners, although their eatriea may not be quite so numerous. But the average is about the same, for. while the Derby has 364 entries, there are 320 in the St. Leger and 260 in the Oaks, the latter being a stake for fil, lies entirely. Another pleasing thin IS COMING should he desire to trade Cobb. A Class o-Len Zengle in a Chadwick, presenc timc Tynjg WQrth The race was bitterly contested from the start. Ralph Mulford was de Hymel, the stoddard-Dayton, second, while Tobin Aztec Indian, in a was third. Zengle's time was Mulford's time, was Jennings would have a hard time in getting more than in cash and nine or ten first-class players for the Ge6rgian. It is certainly a xsharac. Cobb would be a promising youngster if he had two in connec- tion with'the entries for the classics is the appearance in the lists of tha name of His Majesty, King George V.. who has made nominations in all five races. It had been generally under- t-iood that the present King would follow in his father's footsteps in rac- ing as soon as the expiration of the period of court mourning, but this is the firs: convincing evidence of that fact. His Majesty has nominated five in the Derby, one of which is by Volod yovski, the horse with which Mr. Wbit ney won the Derby in 1901. Colts by Florizel II. are, however, the most erous among His Majesty's entries. There is a beautify} opening in Eng- land for a few good, clever light Liinch Counter Cigars and Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection ;