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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBTIX5E DAILY HTltALP Wednesday, October 15.1013 ONE FREAK IRISH TERRIER. THE INDIAN ATHLETIC PITCHER WRUNG SOMETHING NEW ON THE GIANTS MANAGER OF, THE ATHLETICS HAS MADE A 'PILE OF MONEY IN BASEBALL Fizyama Captured Great Long Distance English Handicap Race London, dot. Ccsarevritcb. stakes, the greatest lonj distaccc o( the year, IMO ai'.J a quarter, was by the rank outsider, C. d V s l-'iiyania, a four-ycar-olil bay gcUitig, who started at 50 to 1. and 7 st.-i Ibs. It was a firspcr- u-oa only by a head Mirrison's Grave Gce.'k. 100 7 st. 3 lls. Leopold De Itoths- c LuVaice 1 st. 3 Its.. 100 lo 6, jvas llf rd. A big fioiti numbering twenty-lour wiit'lo tte pest and of these, Wag- El ,ff, i to 1, was favoiHf, nest com itij ths St- Leger winner, N'ight at IttO to 12. Grave and Atmecy were quoted at- 100 to S and Xantasio and Riyoli at 100 to 7-The nijrVel was very open, the feature be thr advance ol "iracstafT and lack olV-.supFort for Kantasio. Besides these Darned above, .the also rans in- Au- grr, Candytuft, Charlton, Codctti, Kafakabad, The .fitiller, H G'man, lung' Midas, Kinisborough, Jlist 'cjuctte, Pearl Driver, fcani and BLACK I WHITE SCOT-CH OVERSHADOWS ALL OTHERS JIM THORPE. The former Carlisle Indian, world's champion amateur pro- Is DOT wUh thb nts, has been slower than expected to master the fine points of baseball, as plaved by the National league cham pions. Manager McGraw has faltb ID tbe Indian, and as the sou closed he displayed a marVen. im- provement, and'soine critics think that the renowned Indian will be a. regular player before thB.season is haU.over neit year. He haif one great qalifica- he is fast on the oases and that's what McGraw He bits, fairly weJl, too.. Tte best loved man in" baseball; that's Cooole Mack, winner of five AQIerlcan league anil three worId's manager and part owner.of the Athletics, who 23 years ago quit shoeiuaklng al Haverhill, ID play ball. L'ouuie. is worth perhaps quarter ol a mil Don, and he made It out ot baseball, saving" and investing his money. Macfc went -into baseball because he loved.the.game. He is.a success through bis ability to judge and han- dle men, because! ol his fair-sighted' ness and unrrring judgment, backed by hard work- He required no pull He had ability. .Mack was 22 when he quit makln? shoes. His first baseball.job was as catcher with a Connecticut club which soM him to Washington.v He. wen1 neit to PUtsburg. For nlto years Mack played in the Xalional'oad be was in. "the Brotherhood for a.year. Mack bought his release from Pitts burg, counting his tea years a failure and deciding to begin-over. ;He ed to manage Milwaukee, where he was given iuH authority. -In Milwau tee he started his correspondence school which has landed him most o tbe men who bave.won nags tor thi Athletics. The majority of Mack's correspori dents were ex-players Irieni he always was and'wjtto.arq well jiali for the discovery of a player whom Mack .signs. When the or nlzed Mack "was appointed man ager'of the Athletics hacke 'HARRY LEWIS IN .PRECARIOUS CONDITION Qualify fells! Philadelphia. .Pa., Oct 15 v. Harry Lewis, the middleweight pugilist, In a serious condition from injuries suffer- ed-in his figh't with. Joe Bor- relli.of. this cllT on Monday nigbt. He. spent a restless "night, and attending physi- clans sairi today that for his recovery are not very favorable. Born in a litter ot eight >t Mlmtco, near the frtalc sister has no eire is a sort of mouth .with Salr growing -out of each ihe inouth will not open.' There Is a Liny noee with no aperlures, Tha puppy lived for. several hours. HERALD ANGELS'HUNG THE IN DIAN SIGN ON BUSINESS MEN Tht first game-in the-.Y.-M. C'.A bowling league was. played last night The Business KeB'fi.teim Herald locked night of glory for the Angels made a grand total annually in running, ftipenaei. OEFEA1ED1 ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR-AMERI. CAN LEAGUE ;OVER THE NATIONAL crs held their 'mtii'safe witbj (be ot Harler, who had.-the bowler, of. the. raatch to luci up against. Koss bowled a woa- ierlul game. In the first same he mads 193, in the 2CO ir. ho third iSO.'a totalof an was cext highest-rain Witi 'ii ig- gregale b! 545- Tonight the Schdol and A. Board bt dkfctors come together. The scores last night H.iild Long 187 U40 425 Prey........ lOi Bucbanari Ill Kayter Ill 120 121'-' 352 THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED Cleveland defeated Vittsbnrg' yes- terday'by 4-to thus settled tbe issue for -the intercity -champion- ship between the two. The.Naps-won out by 4 games to 3. score and battery Cleveland Yesterday's After exercise, a bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" No matter how hard you have played, no nutter how tired and hot you may be, a bwttJe of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of energy-cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying. LEt'HBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 5S4 Steen and Carhch Quillan and Siraon. 4 .6 :1 8 Adauis, Mc- INMAN AND HOPPE WJll Play of. Four Games for Ail-Around Blllard Honors.' -A Philadelphia .story Chief Btndtr with tew tune which bid mirch to io with aucwsj. The From i world series viewpoint the blj future Bender's sudden, un- expected delivers- of en entirely new bait ?'A kalf-speed is the New yori hitters dubbed It. The ndlah was grinning all the while he worked becauM Tie taw the. Gotham clubbers we're surprised. VI have been working on this fader said the Redskin, "and I think I will sbow the Giants some- thing-, new." The' most experienced hitter on the New-York.club Is Roy Hartiell, who Bender seven seasons and Hartiell rs prelly "wise ol< "Chance- told 16 go up and hi fast related Hartzell, I set for it when the Cble let g6 with his usual motion and float ed over a half-speed fadeaway tha In. I had never seen him pitch this.' ball and' that is tha reason uked'-bim about it." .Header maid that be appreciated tha it waiiup.to him.to deliver ibis yea he, worked morning .afte -morning to develop a fader throw ipg It jrlth tie Identical motion use itrdftH'vering his hopper. Kyldeatly. when Connie. Mack tol the writer recently that Bender an p'larik were his In Ibe wprl "knew'iometblng." Bendi idck's to be in.magnificent shape an to Ira-Thomas the Chin p'ewi could pitch two days In succes sloa It necessary. "The idea that our pitching sta: is weaker than the Giants'1 said Ii ____ias, awful funny to .n i you follow the records Sende.r a; to have had a bid season bu he fact is that he was .Connie Mack mainstay. We would send him In i jtart" jjame and when fee had a lea< ise one of our youngsters and b ileve ine we have our kinds any on of. whom could raakfe troifble for th Sew, Vorks. .The he pulled him every'couple to save a gam and he always delivered. I think'th ii'idian wisest right-bander the business today and 1 will say th mo of PianV as a Boutbpiw." Totals Nelson Tracy McElyea Ross 581 -ail Business Men il3 83 92-78' 122 137 182 200 2SS 351 582 Totals...... 61S OUR NEW COAT SHIRTS are dandles for style and mar- vels for comfort They certain- ly top over the old stylo pull- over'-your .head shirts by a thousand miles, liare a look at them. See- our non' tie-easy neckwear Made so It win around under the col- lar without pulling.- Tli'ts neck- wear and the.'new coat shirts will save you 'lots of time and bad temper. SPECULATION AS TO HOCKEY HARRY McKENZIE TO BE WITH VANCOUVER Vancouver, 11. C., (Jet- 14.-TH sVatiug tejson al llic_Vaiifomcr Victoria artificial tlnVs will com- iwnre nesl Filday niiiit, tl.u arenas will be thruwn optu lo liullie. The Ice mating will early In the and liocicy plams, bavp wintered on coast .will get a cbaiite to try out i the'ice the night urcvious. Altboujh jr.o contacts bave yet been tent lo the.playeis will be-on-tlic coast learns this ulnler, it is, pretty well just buvv the teams will Hue up. Victoria' uill Lave tlie san'.e as last year with tbe cxceutitm cf Ooldie Ptodgers, uhosc placs at will Le totta b- iiobby Uensr, a buuriiur player. "I.estfr i'atrii-k will liavo the quartette 'on' his tine will probably dig acLDtlier defcnm man as a Lufchtitute. Tbe XVcstniliis- tfr tsani uiil be intact with the ex- ception t-f .liinniy who u-ill manage L'anidier.ii in Moulroal. Marry Throup replace on tlie lir.e. Tiic Var.couvrr lean will Le without Frank 1'alrick, Jack Donald auil Carl Kendall, and in place nf will Ic "N'cwsy" I.alcndc, Krank and very probal ly McKenzie, a scnsatioaal youny crntre Ircni Kenora, a foniicr club matt ui Frcct liairls. theic n-.ay he a new goal-tender." Semi-Ready Store C. BATEMAN Block Fifth Street ENGLISH FOOTBALL London, Oct. a scheduled Southern league football game playej today, Reading disposed of Soulhcnd United on the'former's ground by tbe score of 2 goalc lo 0. Best Shooters at the traps and in the field shells loaded with AND Smokeless Powders You can get them in any shell Winnipeg, Oct. .Hoppc orid'a champion American blllfafc itoyer, has accepted the.challenge is- d by Melboarne" inraa'n "wbT champion or ganid, for a series oC four for all-rolincl championship of Iks'-w'orlil at, a per game. Inman, who Is at present In -Winni- peg, i.? desTrouB of making some ar- rangements whereby gAmeR may be played.In Chicago, us well as In New York and and hopes to ar- rango (he series BO that tbe American public might setf him to' advantage and that tbe English public might gee bis rival to advantage. It Is.there- fore prc'aable that the series -wilt be extended to six matches. Involving a euro of the largest slake for which a billiard milch has over teen played. Inman In scries erf games In Winnipeg, has maintained tba high average he exhibited throughout tho worfea out at forty-two folnts for tach visit to the table. 'f KENNEt CLUB THURSDAY meet 4 BOOKIES Baltimore, Md., Oct. iook- TV ho were Bo eager for the olition o( the inutile! system'Iff Can- ada, now hnve trouble on their hands hearer home. Tbe -multi 21 Bvslcm'ls in force In Baltimore' the traclts In oilier parts of the state1 have held to booXmaklng' In iplte ot the.ris- ing tide ot public, opinion against it. Xbw comes Governor Philips p.' bprotigb's declaration of uls Intention to suppress bqolimaklnn on the Jlarjr. land tracks. He'tkid today that tie fight'on such gambling Till be waged In the next legislature. law prohibiting bookmaking as it Is now carried on at certain rncc- is the only effective .way (o stamp out tMg form of The Kennel cjub in the Board of Trade- rooms on Thursday night on imrof. ml business. Kvery member is urged lo attend. tt ff fftf SCOT T clover 115 tauhd boxer ot AMERICAN BALLOON ENCOUNTERED A CAL Inttrnalionil Rice From Parli Wl Eight'Nitlcni EnUrtd Brldlington, Oct. Am- erican'balloon Goodyear, one of tho contestant: in the International race for the J. Gordo Bennett aeronautic cup, In which repretentitlvM ot eight inations Etarted from Paris On Sun- day, had an advenlurout jouvney. The- biloon, wllh Ih9 pHots, Ralph D. Preston and Rolph rf. Upton, on oArd, landed near Flamborougb :Md, tin the N'orth Ren, witMn two undred ytrda of the dangerous ilorap- ca Cliffs, wblch fall iheer Into the When the Ooodyetr left Paris on ihtUy the weather was-baiy, and iere'.was scarcely any wind. The illoon'drifted across central France In'the direction ol Uia Channel. The .was riMhed, In 'neighborhood of Cherbourg, mlrtnlgbl on Monday. wind then freshened, and the eronauU sighted Southampton at 3 p'clock 'on. Tuesday. Then began a northward drift, but the wind later lo a Bile, arid Upton ill It unwlie Id continue. STRENUOUS HUNTING Vancouver, Oct. Ed ward Bower, aged 22, son ol one ol Vancouver's wealthiest cltlzem, died at Chllljrack, Sunday night, of heart 'allure, brought on by exhaustion from hubtlng trip. The Fit-Reform 'Store Policy persontl and men who know good clothes and careful tailoring. .LATEST STYLES-all that is new and Suits and shown first in this the hemo of Fit-Reform. SENSIBLE PRICES-the featuring of new styles at reasonable the keynote of our policy. Suits nnd Overcoats from to C44 McKelvie McGuire PLUG TO B AC C ;