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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ispn Phonographs are sole agents for these goods in Lethbridge and cany a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Qem Combination Standard v...... Standard Combination Home tiK fin Home-Combination Triumph The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Go. jj I UTEST NEWS BALL GAME TOMORROW The second game of the series takes place in the Quak- er City today. There will be no game tomorrow. The dav be spent in travelling To Chicago, where the first home Same of the Cnbs takes place Thursday. TWO games will played in the Windy City, 'ibe team that-wins four four games takes tae champion- ship flag. Seven games may have played. 1032 PLAY BALL AGATA- GETSTHE f CHICAGO SURGEON '.DECLARES ANKLE BREAK WORST HE Johnny Evers, the .-Chicago Kv als crack second baseman, h'ad Ms CcLU" Dy leg reset at the West. Side A number of his teammates vere 10J r% _ f [Latest Advice Says Gobb rv the gallery of the operating room and watched the setting -tho broken bone, and when Dr. DaTis conducted the operation, declared that it was one of the worst breaks he ever saw in any man's -leg, thev aJI left the.hospital with the idea .might not ever get well eaoug to come back and play baseball agate -For 4S hours at least Evers -ill hare to-lie with -his leg elevated, at an angle of 45 degrees. Before he can move the--injured member the plaster cast m which.It is set wffi havef tc harden. Some unforeseen accident occur between now. and "the tune of .healing, .and .such a thin- i, Possible, according to Dr: Davis his assistants; i He acknowledges .that the break IB Evers foot'ls the most complicated he ever haa to deal with, and while the :.Physicians feel certain that they wiT be able-to turn Mm out in good shape ,-six chances to 10 are against ?he speedy "baseman. 1FUSH LEAGUE FOOTBALL as Distillery i, Cliftonviiie i- ielbonme-1, Glentoran i- nVrrv r 2, Belfast Celtic 1 FRANK FRANCIS, TAKE NOTICE Whitla, Alta. O-cL porting Editor Herald wrestling bout in Bow Island Alta. i we can agree on terms. Weight iw Address, ________L- ENSIGN CHAMPIONSHIP BILLIARDS A championship match for.the three- cushzon billiard championship, Chicago, Oct.. Cobb of Detroit, by verdict of Presi- dent -Johnson today, was the leading batsman of the Americar league for iSio, .with a winning percentage over Larry Lajoie. V As the-National league lead-' ers dropped out kof the contest some time ago, Johnson's .an- nouncement means that Cobb is the champion hitter-of the Coun- try. The automobile, the trophy ..over which there has been sc much excitement and-not a lit tie criticism, goes'to'-Cobb, but Lajoie, by permission of Johnson, will accep'tla duplicate '.-The records turned in by the ofncial scorers, and approved and promulgated by Mr. John- son, are: Player :BH Cobo "19S Third baseman .'C'orridon''' o Louis Is vindicated in the statement, and-Umpire Evans i- quoted as declaring that not on ly were eight hits al legitimate, but that he reall-v been credited with nine. Mr. Johnson stated that he has requested President Hedges of the St Louis club to investigate further the charge that some one connected with his club attennrt- edto interfere with.the official CURRENT PUGILISTIC THBOUGH SUPEKIOK WEIGHT. EINQ ABILITY Harry Lewis io Tackle Welterweights of France- kelson Entitled to Chance for Lost ng- chattel- o'loves were tried on showed me the man I was to meet He was introduced as the SonH, Brooklyn Catapult, and thfaudiet told that l was Mr. Willie Sulhvan's Unknown, Mister rfugh, gentlemen.-" "Well, in my mind I only the Fairmont, chib noticed the differ- tat encourage half.Jiaked and' li-i _ _ i. J ___ _ __ pro ?6 SiZe Ihe men of -VOUIJS fellows to'ensa nils' I i iucu ui cue Hylaad is said to have weighed shade less than 134 pounds. It a full-grown man against a VJL. tiit next day's papers and my. -The Coming Cham- Round two Tame" as it began. I dot a drive IS CHAMPION Canadian Girl Carries Off International Golf Title in The natural advantages be on the side of the- grown boy. jappeared to JChicagoan. -Hyland-got the worst in everv iround: he yet able to fight in the in DOUtl more fitted thar mattei iiiaiiei ihe puolic may regard it Pect is that pugiHsn, wil] contije attiact mfin _. room Burning and some- "d0c' -standins me- The manager said' to me sonny, you did well .vi vim eil. HX-hiK; be jj. who arc in "what may be called j iignt in the ought, for the sake tha- jlast, and had plenty-of stei left to on'n interest to -Hyland is "certainly class I refer asj is ertainly score on m auth "C S tie same olass. Here Is no ln Hyiand wa but "the contest" stopped from becoming McLeod White Hope? beai f _ 'ion Jack Johnson, has been box f tor years, or.incehewasii years old. McLeod is six feet. is 2S I the combatants were equal, buf I couple stopped.- McFarJand, it is k my 'unleas he can whip John- .never will offer tonight him fell reasonably sure j. can. beat and I went to word The Iclared by competent judges.-was'not than nine pounds 'heavier-than _ so that the battle resolved into one between a "light? man who ought to over to the welterweight A can hit as hard as Johnson; anT! I can take a deal more-punish ment _ Joe Choynski will the He train him. Miss Dorothy Campbell of Hamilton, Qnt, retained her hon. .ors as women's national cham- pion golfer Saturday at Floss- moor, m., when she .rdefeateo -Mrs. .G. M. Martin, of -Tavl- stock, England, in the final round -of the sixteenth 'annual championship, 2 'im play. Miss Campbell also holds the Canadian championship ,and at one-time-held- the British cham- pionship. Mrs. Martin gave :the--Cana-' dian woman a. harder battle than was and .the, match did aot .end ..until fthe ,'seventeentif.; green "had'been reached. "Mrs Martin seemed nervous and miss-' ed shots ordinarily easy for her -.Miss, Campbells nerves were' steady, but. she did'not.seem-tc be able to .strike her usual gait- A Good Luncli Good Gigar uood Tobacco Pipes -Pool at A. C. Messer's Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection World's Series Notes -Coombs isjetoed to-be as good may murder t they wont. was evidently sufferm- from stage fright Vesterdav. who was expected to Mthan three times. But he surely wS before the close of the of Third-Baseman was-the feature, of yesterda, and him, nmy greaily .-9- --in tie when 'Overall was Vanked" o it" and Mclntyre Yesterday: Ktcher Overall Jat- tnbe.to- which- Jim Jeffries was mim CARESS FOR SPOKANE Smith Back Jim Smith, who was makin is series history of. recent years shows that., Overall pitched the open- ing game foV'the Cubs and has alwW he likewise upset lot of dope that was'to prove-.his only three hits off the Bi-- 1.- strides AUSTRALIA STRONG FOR THE RACING GAME as.a drawn battle, or keep it'Jut ,rteortis altogether.. The; man "o said -the fight reflected no whatever. The Chlca Dark Fighter Silent An old sporting man has this to sav concerning 3 McFarland weight, or clos called to Ten Thousand be Up in Prfess-AH: crack Ameri- cans and Canadians to Enter Spokane, Wash., Oct. sand dollars In prizes and-325.50 purses for the highest in e to t. indian TWuTv 1 the Chi- Popular ig Messrs. Johnson and Lang" I the STOVfth .of 'this pop haveSa10Se W6ek SinCf are ing public is like) t f c atlons there, the cluba some of this silence if sej.Jone jat Sydne7 and Melbourne. In 1S73 the- The last time Jack and Sam retTottadded Stakes was aarrfiPrt Ootl and at tfae present almost That is as far Sydney is concerned. The Melbourne Cup is a race that the entire world fs interested In and i a value of Weight for age races are the Lewis Off to Paris- Harry Lewis, the noted welter scrapper, has completed 's flourishing in Australia for a trip to Fran rie sajl on the JSth inst, and offered at the 1911 tburnev of tht, Western Bowling Congress In Spo- beginning March 6 and contin to, yesterday's, game sport- 'all aver the had. (Johnny Kling; .so.'far, outshining any-' r that Conny Mack had to present tid the bat .that the iad the Bhiladelp__ .'amateur. The 4.th- catcher, Thomas, yesterday held of it.. and-an English authority-calls atten- possible -that he may departure" until two days later out and dig up the was talking about puttTne EP as a side bet for the B championship. Since then notl been heard of Jack, Sam or the SomeOiing must have gone wrong o- cities where is hardly necessary all and Does it need cleaning repairing. The very best watches have tneir day of repairs acd cleaning. Have your .rime Piece attended to before it IS wom out for lack of oi2 and. cleanliness. A watch or- ganism is ftoe and delicate the., slightest friction makes trouble and wears the parts; out We will guarantee and clean your watch and the job to be 0 K." E.A.EWEUT JEWELER, Round the most money. Derbys ey events, and, of course! there 2 offerings a: rave aara'nc; cash on the principal that a confine .horse ought to have the chance to bis coming vm the most money. Derbvg are 6 drop off commff or atjome English port and foot engagements, larked in 'is Possible that Lewis may b'ig lb- fexv" m ore Englishmen naturally rhore demand for comini too, a: a good olds. The two-year enhanced the in Australia. Figures'show average sum realized in while this year'., average price to be -two-year- that the Nelson After Wolgast Public opinion" in the sportinj- Nelson in hi? should give nim a chance title, and the light ster, sire. Thirtr- best prices brought 0. The tngnest price a yearling in Australia w Orcus, a brother to the wonde- Jorse Poseidon, and he anything but a good appetite brouhi of ihe title ihat cen had a rest, iak 'Js seasoi Jeff Scores Cheap .Managers In a former letter I referred to the ------------liag tournament. The I I other special prizes, are-High three- ?750: hish team- high individual score AEanagers of the congress in Spo- say that the three-man tourney leature of the sport, will es-' -aonsii a precedent for prize money the other guaranteed parse-i .'equal the largest amounts ever offerer [in similar events. Expert bowlers will .come from Den- ;-er. St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha j Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Duluth I St. Paul, Minneapolis. Milwaukee, Chi- jcago Detroit. Philadelphia, New York ,ana Boston, and 100 other centers ir the eastern, middle-western and south- ern states, also, from various parts of the and Pacific states The entrance fee has been placed a 5100 to permit, teams to enter their members o the four special events. J -ne Spokane chamber of commerce Hi furnzsh the convention hall of the series 'ecjde the .world's championship !y thirty thousand people saw the -awe. To Charles Bender, the Chip- pitcher, and to Frank' tho the'phila- team largely owes Its victory never showed better and Baker's valuable contribution was bis hard and timely hitting. On otfter hand the American champions found Overall rather' easv and after the- third inning Manager unsncft was compelled to relieve the' H men and received in by busines entrance fees the secured by membership jstar pitcher and send Mclntyre into oe box. The latter promptly stbp- Ped the Athletics, and held them with- out a hit until the eighth inning when' Baker landed on one of his curves for a terrific smash to the right field for two bases. Bender, who won the only game the Athletics took from 'the .New York Nationals in the world's senes in i905, allowed the Cubs but three hits, one in the first by Schulte" and two in the ninth, and not one <-ub reached second base until the' fcnai e planning t of-the congress an Delegates and families at and banquets. IN BOTTLE WORKS u.arst Pitcher Finds T Illinois Town nf Rusie. at the 03aey Bottle company plant t0 WedQesday night them no? he to work hard. Al- has made baseball history 1 I J n though is sun a you as a pitcher ?f the owners are Informed that a plant for the repairing of all kinds of Tires and Tubes has been installed by the Central Cycle and Repair Works, Eighth Avenuo east, Calgary. The difficulty hitherto met with in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by the introduction of a thorough up-to-date; -plant -Specimens of work Work- sent returned with all pos- sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works 331A Eighth Avenue East, Calgary. A. J, BARNES, Prop. r. ;