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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMBrilDQE DAILY HERALD, MOVING PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Pictures 1 Fakir's Dream 2 Visit from Down 3 Dr. Wright's Question Continuous Performance Miss Clara Burton The Clever Comedienne or The Jolly Old Maid. Tony Johnson's Four and a Half Wonderful Per- forming Dogs. UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barker Shop in' Connection _.... .._.... Basement of Oliver Block AND AMUSEMENTS Still Newer Styles Suits and to We never: rest on laurels won, however much they may Be deserved. We are constantly striving to better the service that we offer those who appreciate the finest in hand tailored garments. Have you seen the new Fit- rform creations Receipts Of the Big Games Detroit, Mich., Oct. won the World's baseball champion- ship at Bennett Park today by de- feating Detroit by 8 to 0 in the 7th and successive game of the greatest battle ever fought for the World's ti- tle. The National League of the seven games, mating the third i straight victory for the National j League, the Chicago team having de- j feated-Detroit in 1907, and 1908.' To Charles the phenomenal j young: pitcher- the Louisville! i American Association, team, belongs; considerable credit for -the victory. His wonderful pitching almost Crowd- ed Wagner, Clarke and other Pittsburg stars into the background. Today's victory was his third -.of" the series and he held Detroit safely i throughout the entire game. He al- j lowed six hits and in. only one in- ning, the fourth, Detroit get more than one safely.' Adams al- lowed only one base on balls and four innings he retired the hard.Jiitt-, WINGS ARE POPULAR HERE IS OUR 'RECORDER" MADE IN 2, AND 2Ja. all fight inj allowed considerable delays. ;tlK- last -few minutes of the game.i Ottawa. 5, Montreal-'S. j All through the match the j were slugging one another and delays j rwere, numerous as a result of injuries j. j to men on both sides. Vancouver; i gave up the fight shortly after I commencement of last- quarter of the' 'game, and the match developed into j a slugging bee. 'Shortly after 'timej: was called IMahoney and Turnbull of i New Westminster started to fight, ting- one another over the head with their sticks. Other players jumped iato the game and for fully five min-j ute's players were, slugging one ancfth- Several were cut about Score: One Mile. F. Ta-tham, Macleo-d, Fifi, 143 fts.- 1 J. R. Watt, Claresholm, Ranc-he King, 6 158 fts. .......A..... 2 T. Cummins, Macleod, Actress, 14.7 3 Actress made the running for half a mile, when she was done with, and Fifi-remaining in front of Ranche King, winning by two lengths. Citizens' Purse. Mile. D. Wilson, Blairmore, Lioness, 4 years. 122 fts........................' F. Claresholm, Llandafi, 6 years, 129 ffis.......................... 2 R. Dooley. Irish Lad, 4 years, 126 fts. 3 Lioness made all the running, and won by two lengths. Time: 1.33. Besides the above there was also a fine exhibition of Relay .Racing, by Douglas Wilson, Champion Relay Rider of Alberta for -two: miles, which excited great interest. Time 4.23. JOHNSON WON IN THE 12TH Ketchell Piit Up Game and Had Negro Nearly Out San Francisco, CaL, Oct. Johnson retained the heavy weight championship of the world by knoo-k- the out Stanley Ketehel in twelfth round. The -climax of the light was crowded into 44 seconds. Up to the beginning of the twelfth round there had been little on which to forecast the winner. The men clinched and wrestled to Johnson's corner. The negro -broke away anc dashed at Ketchell, who sprang to meet. him.' Ketchell drove his; right at the black's lowered head. Johnson ducked and the blow landed behind is ear. He stumbled, fell "-and tretched out on the floor, landing eavily. Ketchell backed -towards he topes with a faint smile on his attered, blood-streaked face. John- on rose slowly, as if dazed. As he MEETING CALLED Of the Western Baseball League at the Hat COPYRIGHT DUCK SHOOTING tlie face and two :were knocked out. Police made an effort to stop fracas, but without success. Spectators got over the fence and. the- mefee contin- 1 without a case of Lethbridge or uecl for 'some time before order was i a good' supply of mineral waters soft finally retored. Play was then resum- 1 drinks in ginger ed., but neither side scored. Eight I men were ruled off when the soda- brew, would be'to started. McKenzie and Welch, whojspMl tile of your outing. referred the first, match, declined to Take plenty of our delicious bottled referee, to trouble f on Thurs-j goods along with you and you can't ay and werefaillo enjoy and appreciate .them; substituted. :f They held both teams I under tlie rough play j The Lethbridge Brewing fdllQwed and Malting Company, U4, President Fleming has called the a-nnual meeting -of the Western Can- ada Baseball League for Medicine Hat .on Monday, Oct. 25. A full at- of the board of control is expected. The reports of the sea- son's business will be presented and arrangements completed for the en- traightened to his knees he looked t Ketchell and wildly leaped across ie ten feet that separated, them. His ight shot at the white man's jaw. lis left crashed to the stomach and he right swung again at a speed 'of Ketchell's head as he reeled backward from the on- slaught. Ketchell dropped in a -heap and Johnson, to stop' his rush, sprawled across his beaten ri- val's legs and fell full length him- self. The negro sprang to his feet with a bound, but Ketchell was out. Once, as the seconds were counted over him he feebly moved-his arms aod rolled his head. He gave no other sign of life and his seconds picked "him; up from the floor barely conscious, Johnson was still dazed. He clung to the ropes and looked ab- out him in a .bewildered" way. the crowd broke murmurings and seemed unable to realize that the fight was over. Ketchell won many friends from his showing today. From.the time he entered the ring till the time he was carried out he was 'game to to the core. Over-weighed, ove'r-reached, and an every way the physical infer- year, including the election of ior, he fought a cool, well-planned" officers. This will give an opportunity for the different teams to get an early start, in contrast to the last minute organization of the past season. .Sidnae discussion will flake place over the -composition of the circuit, but it is likely that the same eight Cities will be in ''A. W. Kueknow has been telling .he Duhztfti papers that Winnipeg surely be in the Mining League next season, but Mr. Lamb does not think it advisable or likely that a change.will be made. It will also be up to the meeting o award the pennant to Medicine Hat, the champions, and see that a suitable flag is provided. EASTERN FOOTBALL Intercollegiate: At Ottawa, Ottawa .College 11, Queens 6. 0- R. F. H.: At Hamilton. Argon- auts 26, Hamilton 4. fight. His face was.puffed an-d he was bleeding at the nose and mouth before ithree rounds had passed, but he kept following the negro_ around most all of the- time. Johnson said: "He is a good puncher and a strong man. I. must say that he has given me a sorer .chin than I ever had be- fore.-He can take some heavy pun- ishment too." Ketchell said after he recovered, that a chance blow had finished him.' "I am in -a- better condition than Johnson, he said. "Look at him. He is dazed. But for that one blow, I would have beaten him." Promoter Crofiroth stated-after the Tight' that -had in. Ten thousand people saw the fight. Round men did not shake hands. Johnson towered above his adversary several inches. The cham- pion scored almost immediately with hard lefts to the stomach. him yelled the spectators to for the jaw. t It was a close shave for the negro, and barely missed. Ketchell following up. Johnson-then sent hard right to the jaw. Ketchell constantly teased the big black in an effort to make him lead and rouad was" characterless. Round 5: Ketchell opened with a left to the body, .to which the cham- pion, replied with, two weak lefts to the face. -Johnson sent Ketchell's head back with two lefts to the nose. Ketchell showed unexpected clever- 'ness in avoiding the negro's leads. Johnson was working hard- to the face and neither, man showed nervous ness as the round ended. Round 6: Each missed a left swing and then Ketchell landed left to the body and followed with another to the jaw. Johnson countered with left to the stomach and shot a catching Ketchell on both hands as the latter threw up his guard and- Ketchell went to the floor. He was, smiling, however, and Johnson gave him a warm reception. In this round Johnson had a good lead and looked as if he was holding back. Round 7: Johnson swooped in with two lefts on the- nose; Ketchell coun- tering with hard left hooks -to the j body. They clinched and Johnson uppercut with the right '-to the jaw and Ketchell scratched the negro's shoulder. At the close Johnson land ed several times on nose and face. -Suddenly Ketchell swung -his left with terrific force. It caught -the champion solidly on the jaw, raising a big lump. Tt was the cleanest, and best blow of the night and the im- mense crowd., rose to its feet, yell- ing gleefully." Round S: Johnson's smile had van- ished when he- came up. He immed- iately closed, landed twice with left on the face. The fighters-roughed, shoulder to' shoulder. Ketchell work ed in a hard uppercut to-the jaw. Johnson landed right and left on the face as they broke. Ketchell missed a hard swing and nearly went through the ropes. He took his cor ner while the crowd cheered. Round 9: They closed, landing short arm rights on the faces. The champion got in four stinging lefts KetcheH. hell forced the jyiack man against the ropes, but the lat- I..1----------- m- LJU.U UUC lil ter wriggled away without receiving la blOW Whftn HIP a blow when the bell rang, tame. It was The "Arcade" to the face, but Ketchell did not break ground. On the contrary-he rushed in, hammering at the pion's stomach, but his were" smothered. Johnson again hooked his left to the stomach and a clinch followed. Johnson broke, it up with a nasty straight to the an-d the round ended in favor of the cham- pion. ...Round 10: After a clinch, Johnson sent two light lefts to the stomach and shifted to the jaw wher.e he con- nected twice and started' Ketchell spitting blood. Johnson wrestled Ketchell to the floor and then placed him in the centre of the ring. In mid-ring Johnson sent three straight lefts to Ketchell's sore mouth, and nose, bringing fresh blood. As -the bell rang, Johnson patted Ketchell on the stomach with his open hand and Ketchell looked worried. Round 11: After some sparring, Ketchell whipped his left to kid- neys and missed two rights for the jaw. Johnson's right uppercut. which he used with such good effect in his other, fights, had .little effect New, Lyceum Theatre Orchestra Round 2: They ran to aa clinch, arid Referee Welsh pried them apart. On breaking Johnson shot a straight left to the nose and soon repeater! it. In "POn Ketchell. The Michigandcr I a clinch Ketchell uppercut hard to j started the great crowd cheering by 'the jaw with his left. This angered j landing a "-terrific right almost on the champion who rushed in, landing the jaw black immediate- Prof. Fred. Greve, Leader Fow Stars Of thelGreat World Series 1. Battle of the Wavosr. Hall on the Hudson.. Birmoitz 3. Characteristic tain Dance Tosej 1 4. Dodo 5. Club Waltz 6. 7. Colorado Prior Head 8. Skater 9. 10. Armstrong Walteufel Teudies Rosey right and left on the body -and Kct- ehcli slipped on the, floor with con- siderable force. He was up quickly, rushed in, but had great difficulty getting under Johnson's -long reach. Round 3: They sparred ior full 30 seconds, an-d then closed in. Johnson swinging right and loft; Ketchell land ing on the body once with his right and then driving his right high on the. negro's breast. Johnson followed with a clinch and two uppercuts. The white man uppercut with left to the face. Just before the round ended Johnson swung right to jaw. John- son kept up a running fire of conver- sation with his sccontis the-re- spite following the round. Round 4: After sparring a moment, Johnson rushed, forcing his man to the -ropes, and placing his arms ly clinched and- seemed content to rest upon Ketchell. Ketchell was vigorously cheered as he sought his Round 12: Ketchell rushing in, sent -his right to jaw. It, struck the cham pion on the jaw and the big negro fell fiat on his back and seemed to have injured himself. Ketchell rush- ed right at him, bsit the tricky cham- pion was waiting. He swung a hard right to the jaw and quick as a flash shot a left to the body. As Ketchell fell backward Johnson sent in" ano- ther right to the face and the white man went to the mat as if shot, where he lay, blood streaming from his mouth. He made-a weak effort to arise, but fell back again and was counted out. 11. Characteristic Ketchell fairly carried him Armstrong 32. The Arcade Galop Greve to the centre of the ring. Ketchell missed a terrific right swing intended a more extended scale in the new building where a big line of delicacies- will be served. ;