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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Pally Herald, Saturday, OctobcrllS, 1910. i The "QUALITY" That Counts Ro.tmd Street Phcme763 The uniform quality maintained from year to year in our Lumber and Budding Sup- CS haS giVCn thCm tKC pl3Ce gilders. We can assure our patrons that the same quality will be maintained in thefuture as it has been in the past' we solicit a continuance of your orders. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 N. Lethbrldf Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresliolm Nanton Granum Carmangtjj Barons Kipp Jet. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number of fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly haray on the-prairie and thrive there year after 3rear, getting more beautiful every year? i _, We. can send you a selection.of twelve three years old, "that: will, all bloom, this coming summer and all be bloeiaiBg at- different periods from sprirrglen- til fall. The selection includes balls. .-Sjpireas, Wiegelias, Syringas, Elders, -Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, etc.. All two to three feet high, three vears old. regular value 112.50. V This selection, all express charges- pre- to your nearest express office %t price. For 30 days only of Place orderi early Only per dozeii Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror G.- HOW PITCHERS COMPARE FOR THE BASEBALL BATTLE Athletic Stars Seem to Have a Shade on the Cubs Although World's Series Veterans .Will be Hard to Beat W. L. WILSON Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer, is. open- to conduct sales of any-land at-any place in Alberta.-.. Special attention given to Farnr.SaleS; Having- sold my furniture business on Glyn street my office for the present will be at the WILSON'FURNITURE .CO., NORTH LETHBRIDQE; Phone 1023, Every lime you meet a man who has an idea that the Athletics will down the Cubs in the world's series, he mentions Connie Mack's pitching staff. Fie does more than mention it. He attempts to' drive it'home that the twirlers under command of- Con- nie Mack are the best in either league and that it will 'be the inability of the Cubs to hit the benders hat will prove their undoing. That is the Athletic side of the story. to pitch, -jhe second game. And here is another-battle; Mordecai has nor been as" effective this year as in the years gone He was away to a .bac' Starr, however. ,and this had a grea' deal to. do., with his showing. It miisl 2ci bc-isurraised that he has had bad ;He has won nineteen games and lost "twelve. In addi-rior in many others. Bender on ;the .other hand has a wonderful- record for .the -year. -He has won twen WON APPEARS FIT TO COME BACK" Battling Nelson is certainly show- Is.! j genuine "come back" qualities. Mionte' Dale, the-young aspirant -who N'elson put away in lightning style at Kansas City-last no slouch his mitts and' the way the Bat- went to him occasioned no little i made known the fact T cat he has lost none of the agsres- iveness -that .has.'so many times re- t arned him a victor during his long c axeer. Monte Dale, of Denver, the vehicle tJ trough' 'which Nelson proved that he c. in tit as ever, and that as- si miiating. 'blows is a mere pastime ia eted.J3iree rounds of what was e doing a Jot of thinking. If the lubs are behind it doesn't look avorablc for Edward Reulbach get-- ing his fling. But let's forget about part of it and just go down the line picking the pitchers as if each, manager would assign a game tc every man on his staff. .The fourth pitcher might be Reulbach, for the! cubs and probably Jlorgan for th'e! Athletics. What Reulbach can do against the Athletics depends a great deal upon what improvement he 'can show be fore the series. The members of the team do not believe that this ig fellow has recovered entirely from the illness that kept him out- of game in -the early spring They-have an idea that the quantities of anti- Al Kaufman and Sam' Langfo'rd may together in the matchmaker for, tie .-Armory- Ath- letic club, is Pierce already has the consent of Joe Woodman, manager for Langford. iof arrange the match. Bob Deady will look after Kaufman's end. THE CUBS AND ATHLETICS COMPARE PLAYERS F. L. Chance, jngr. ib J. B. Tinker H. Steinfeldt J.. J. Bvers Mordecai Brown Orval Overall___ John Pfiester E. M. Reulbach James T. Sheckard If Frank Schulte rf Arthur Hofman i John Kling ss. 3b 2b p p p p cf 13 S Archer S L. Tarry Mclntyre 'hos. Needham C Beaumont jhij r. Kane 3 'rank F. Pfeffc-r ]'j ewis Richie J 3 Zimmerman Utii. Util. p Util 11 12 R. .11 R. 15 R. 9 L. 10 L.-R. 7 L. 10 R. 7 R. 34 L. 9 L. S R.- 15 R, 13 S t; R. R. It. L. R. K. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. L." R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. -995 12 G .933 19 1-1 .951 S 2S .944 2S .361 .106 '.OS9 ..112 .242 .205 .320 .217 .283 .21S .203 .192 .154 .M3 .230 .969 3000 .943 '.930 .9S2 25- 2S .Vv2 20 27 -DSO 27 22 .9S3 .968 -SS6 .942 -983 .972 1000 1000 .936 .088 6 H 5 4 6 S 3 0 H. capt. Edward Collins Frank Baker John Barry Tbpsy Hartzel Dan Murphy Briscoe Lord "Rube'1 Oldring Ira Thomas P. Livingstone P. W. Donahue John Lapp Albert Bender John (Joombs Edward Plank Harry Krause Frank Ben Houser John Mclnnes Harry Ib 2b 3b .ss If rf If cf c c c c p p p p p p Util Util P in 4 10 IG 14 36 7 fi 0 G 30. 4 U R. L. R. L. R. R. R. R. R. R. L. R. R. L. L. R. L. L. R. R. R. R. R. L. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. R. L. L: R. L. R. R. R. .248 .320 .260 .224 .297 .257 .309 .293 .209 .200 .2J4 .279 .23-1 .1.-.8 .107 .113 .104 .241 .278 .11H IS ,.970 77 29 .948 16 24 .970 31' 10 -975 20 26 .980 11 18 ,963 37 23 1 .965 .962 1 .9GO 1 ,957 0 .961 0 .973 2 .984 .'J37 .942 ,9-re .918 .940 .964 0 toxin administered sapped the bis frame of his strength, fts a certainty 'that. Reulbach has not displayed the dash that was his in former years. Southpaws Are Anxious There are two other southpaws on the two teams who would like to work. One of them is Jack Pfiester and the other is Harry Krause. Pfiester is eager to work in one oi ithe world's series games. "Foolhardy (for a southpaw to go against ibr is the opinion of more j than one -critic. Just the same. "'Doc" j-White of the White Sox has beer; mighty effective against the American league champions. Tlien Pfiester! claims that he has perfected a ball which is as hard for a righthand bat- ter to hit for a left-hander. He claims that he has a ball which breaks to a righthand batter just as Christy Jl'athewson's fade-away does. Manager Chance.backs him up. Pflester to break into the series. He might have a show at that. Krause also wants to go against Cubs and xhere is a possibility jthat he will have the chance. Depends upon what Plank shows, i; Kddie gets away with his game in fine style there is no certainty that youaj; Krause will not have a chance. is just getting good. He has been out of the game during the greater pan [of the. Season because of injuries. T HUDSDN'SBAt artment Ales and Stouts Barclay Perki ins G London Brown Stout Scotch Oatmeal Stout Imperial Stout umisses' Dublin Stout (Burke's B ass Co.'s D rewrys Winnipeg Stout Pints and Quarts Ale PHONE 613 ;