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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Paged THE LETItttKIDGRDAiLT KBIIAKD Wednesday, October 18, UH I. Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers OF THE GIAWTS, IS THIRD BASEMAN. NOGA GOUT WORTH'SEEING WHEN "PACKEY" AND WELLS CLASH. Philadelphia, Oc a.m. a heavy nii ins, making It impossible for the world's ehuiupinnfihip to be phiyoil today. Charles Hcrzog, the grent third baseman of McGraw'i chain- plon Glnnfs. Is considered by many one of the best men that has ever plnyud ttmt dlflicult station. "Herzy" IIHS been a great liolp to the Xew York aggre- gation In landing the pennant this year. Y. M. C. A. A boxing class wag formed at tbo Y. M. C. A. last evening which will be instructed by P. C. Kroning each JOHNSON SAYS HE'S IN EARNESTS WITH j DISAPPOINTED PlilhlE-delplila. Oct. none more than to the world's champions of 1910 was pos-tnonemonL more tlis- i appointing. Flushed with yesterday's j j victory u! Xyvv York, the fighting Atti- J letics exiiee'iA-Hi to go Into today's i game and make it three out of four. I Uender was expected -Jo ascend the I hurling uioimd today for another try at victory. j The Giants, who came over from N-ew York last -night, were al-3o dis- appointed over the prospects of idlc- Some ot'the players who would talk, however, felt that one i day's layoff migh'-l help the tenm. j- Shibe Park hod a'dsivrted appear- IKC this morniiis; a more dismal could not be imnslned. Last evening a Hue of ticket buyers started MAJESTIC THEATRE "VST W. I. SHERMAN. MIIUW, PHUNI Ml. Commencing Thursday October 19 PRESENTS THE SHERMAN STOCK CO. vThursday, Oct. 19 Latest Succeac A scream From start to finish Fri., Oct 2O Brown of Harvard The Heal Rah Rail Play ____ Sat., Oct. 21 Including MATJNEE Father and The Boys Laugh? You can't help it Pnees--75c, 50c, 25c COMPLETE EACH NIGHT MISUNDERSTANDING OF .GAME REGULATIONS lo form. :mci .ibere about fitly Paris, Oct. John rait-; in it when rain began to -Monday and Friday from eight tojerated tcday at tire Grand Hotel his !ars came heavier dtirlni nine o'clock. In Shovv- the night. MATT' WELLS. "PACKEY" Tlic coining bout between "Malt" .Wells, the English champion, ind McFarland.' n-iw is conceded by nmn.r lo be the best lightn-eiijlit In' tills country, promises'to giro "funs" a cliance to witness a worth coining miles to see. Tlie flsht is scheduled to laico place ft New York soni' lime in October, anil both men arc training hard ror tlie "mill." BASEBALllYARNS'' The fans n-avcr dp., get through talking about tlie unassisted triple play made by Neal Ball two yetirs against th-e Bcuton wain. A Columbus, Ga., sends a. 'otter unalterable .determination to resign aad when daylight arrived 'the'line championship anil retire from the j had disappeared. will start He said he had arrived Baker and Coombs, heroes ot the meetin- lhls par'Uy l.-irant's be squad, were greeted liy con r' is about time, and partly he- i mntulations from OCIOCK. there Is nobody The wrestling class the first of next month, Tuesdays and Thursdays at jCallES there Iloboay )crt lo Leonard MoKenzIe will be in charge, i a big fight for the championship. I "There's nobody going to risk en- lough he continued, "to make the fans. Both Ollker-s if it is true tlla't Ball followed up the play v.'ilh a triple or a home rnn. The play came in the second tba first, gani-t! of. a tlpubla- headei1 with Boston: coming to bat'ln' of 'the a .homer off Charley did knock out Chech, who wj derricked- in. the arm, spiked by Centre Fielder Snnd- j The-play. v.ui inafe'on grass yesterday. WES given medical U'. IM'- PORTLAND CLUB IS ill worth my while to put in SUED FOR DAMAGES training." _____. i" "But what ia your Id'ea abou-i the Portland, Oreson, Oct. nVeil, 1 propose to wait a year to attention -lost night, and bens going Oct. loose hoar.: may cost the- Portland Athletic association, otherwise known as "The McCredies" if Mrs. E. J. Doane wins a suit filed by'her in jus- tice court today. Tlwt sum is de- manded for abrasions, anguish, loss of time and alleged to have been .sustained, by the coinplainiant stepping through a hoie in the grand The accident happea-ed on July 20, Mrs. Dc-ane says that while a -'guest" of the club and on her way to her seat in the grandstand she stepped upon a decayed board, which broke under her weight causing her to jail and suffer injuries which incapicitated her for work for two wt-jfe-s She asks for for mental anguish and ?4- for ex- see five or six of the best men fight it .out among themE-elves. 1 would like to refere-e th-a fights. Then when the winner is decided on I will pass the championship on to him 'lo defend it.' I don't who it is, so be has got the stuff in him." "Even if it is Sam "Yes, even if it's he re- pliad, with the broadest grin. "And you will accept no more chal- "Never again. That is final. There is nobody will lever get me back into the ring again." "But sec may be arranged yet.1 "It wpn't. I'm going to drawn dowi my forfeit in London tomorrow That ends it." lot of Jft.OOUi today with a bandage on tbe injured member. New York playars spent the morning indoors. They are in good physical condition, men are not. blue over yesterday's heartbreaking defeat and express con- fidence in the outcome of the series. EDMONJON ANXIOUS ABOUT HOCKEY LEAGUE Edmonton, Oct.; among mis to, think a fight the prominent iiockey tuns in the city W E are ready to show.' you all rhe new winter Overcoats, Here are the big, roomy, cozy nuke Iricnds with you at once. Styles are distinctively ncw-r- patterns arc the tailoring is right 3p to the Fit-Reform standard. McKELVIE McGUIRE, has failed to bring to tight any definite news regarding the probable fate of the Sunset league, _the one answer being that. "Frank Patrick will be in town soon." Prank Day, who has been taking a'prominent part, in the promoting of tb_e local rink company, is oul of town, and the Journal has unable to obtain any information as to the probable site or j.he rink, though it to the plans are now in the city. The fall is slipping along fast and if Edmonton is. to have a professional team, and everybody hopes HO, something must done very very soon to make ready, for tlv.; arrival of the'players, There seems to be an impression that for this season tiie.league will con- sist of only two teams, Vancouver and Victoria, with a schedule arranged as in the British Columbia lacrcfise cir- cuit. The handsome new rhikw in Vancouver nnd Victoria arc being. rapidly rushed! forward to completion, and by November will be ready for skating, as the artificial ice plants will' then be installed. The Vancouver arena will seat about and will coat, when completed, in the neighborhood of Tho one in Victoria'will he identical except that, the seating capacity will not bo so great. Lester Patrick -ami Brother Frank will act as uiayhig managers of Victoria and Vancouver 'expect to have their players In training oarly in November. Walter Smaill, formerly a alar with tlie Montreal is now in Victoria, and says that sufficient laU ent has been secured by tlie Patricks to show that the hockey in tiif west will he a going game. Up to (late the league has signed 11 men, i as follows. I Edmonton will want Trunk Patrick's visit wlt.h grcHt ahticlpaUon, as it will! deride tliia fate of hockey j In this Sox playe'ra say "that 'Joe tt-a new pitcher actiuired1 from Des Monies, "dreams" the White Sox tells the story it. "Buck" says, shortly. joined tbe team, anti wh-en on.his first trip, the train wa-j the snd of the journcyl and the .trainer ''chrough the Pullman th-3 plaj'jrs that might -dress. He -'The White Sax. on th-e .road, struck a-city thiv: look-ad like a" live one. at and Bodi'5, n-j a veteran, volun- teered to show a newcomer, a.i few. things, in course of tlie Evening; both weu_ broke, and voted it advisable to borrow sonrawhoi-3. think I know wliere i can get! said Ping. "You., wait hen for Half ..'J later re-ap- came to BenzV berth and found him j snoring loudly. took 'liinr by j the shoulder, gave him a -.ihake and yelled in his ear: "Get'bnt." pushed him away, rolled Qvar on h'u side, and bellowed it. co.uld be heard all over the car: "What-do you waist 'io take, me out ot" gama for; ain't J pitching good ball? Leava me in and I can .beat" H look a few more- shakes'', by to awaken-ftie cr, and then he rubb'Oci iiis eyta and said: "i thought it was Mr. Duffy; gelid- ing me to th-e bench: guess I was dreaming ho.ur peared, Inoking disapi'oiiii'a doing." he think niy kalk a little' bit too. strong. Tel) you .what to do-r-slip round -to he hotel ami ask Callahnn for it. He always has money.' Uiit don't mention my name. Just toll him you it far, and will pay it back tomorrow. ..Hoviik dsparteri. half- lio'ur and he, too, ve-appeared. you ask inquired1 Ping. "Sure. I asked replied Joe. "What did he to go to hell." scratched his head, tlioug-ht- f.ully! is what tlrey ciill a monoman- iac; on ;that he remnrkcd. i "He told me the same thin; really run th-a cluh. As was predicted freely when (leo. Staliings fired hy Fnmk Farrell, Ifai" Chase 1ms made an awful botch of managing the New York Ameri- cans, he is too ienieut wkh Iiis piuy- 'Ji-s, anil tha discipline of the team has been lax ail season. Chaser is a gr.and au-d sensational player, but ufc tprjy lacking in the finalities neccs aary for successful management. K-j will be retained ivaxt year, simply be- cause, he is popular with the fans, who admire hta brilliance in thvj field, and not because there is any chanc-a ol his ever hecoming a great leader. Ar- thur Irwin will ha business manager. BASEBALL WIZARD WHO; PILOTED THE GIANTS TO VICTORY. TliQ idea seems tu have prevailed n many quarters that the kinds re- c fium tin; Rocky Mountains "Park "by Order-in-C'ouucll, j bemi withdrawn from Depart- mental regulation and control, urnl that7 ihoret'ore, Jndlans and the pub- lic generally, .are at liberty to iml-er j the haunts of game' in ihesc hitherto protected area-j with the advent of fall, and hunt. Such idcji is, how- ever, erroneous. The excluded Eiroa'c .ire u forc-jt. loserve, and'are subject to the-Forest Reserves one. of the provisions of which te that no one is allowed to en- ter such a reserve without the permis- sion ;of. the ranKerr in charae. This provision is ueually enforced with di-j- cretion. It is-the intention of the In- terior Department .to. permit no hunt- ing of game within'the former limits j of tli-a Rocky Mountains Park, and, as owing to a. i misunderstanding o't the facts'of the been, stated many, whites, well as Indians, purpose, hunting autumn in the areas withdrawn fcom the' Rocky Monntaiua Park, the gam-e wardens and forest the Park and i reeeive aie 'Ublriictetl to keep a dur- ing hie epming season Th-a has been re- quested to co-operate with.tue Depart- mont of the" Interior by provehtihg Indiaus'from attempting any hunting expeditions into the regions referred to. Majestic Theatre W.S.Shsrman, Mgr. Phone 646 Monday and Tuesday i October 23-24 Frank W. Hcaiy and W. B. Sherman The Nef VbrKlfer Anpfcrdan? ProdLultiprv. raLCihd to tbe four corners qr the and score. g arc encircling tip globe movement tin a meaning all its owii A cast ot musical comsdy celeb- rities, including ..Ethel ...Bell, WalterCatlett...... SPECIAL "ORCHESTRA LARGE BEAUTY CHORUS 2. CARS SPECIAL SCENERY Gallery 50c NOR DIG A MYRON W.' WHITNEY, BASSO. ROMAYNE SIMMONS, PIANIST. Majestic Theatre, Oct 28 SALE AT PRICES (4 and EVERY SEAT RESERVED To John .VMcflrmv. nmn.ipcr of (lie Now.'Vorlc must (tivpn (lit purl Ion of.l.lw crfillt for Itmllnjt team to ycsr'f (or ilic Nntloinil LcnxiicvDeniiRnt. 2 p. P. M. v 4 Triiiinph of Motuw) Pirture Art "COLLEEN BAWX" Produced Jn.'Old "Ireland" in the exact location described in Bond- cault's''celebrated play. HOCKEY STARS STICK OUnwn, Got. Is not n- fiaid of losing iv of 1 jr hnckoy tara At lejet, the of the Ottawa Hockey clnb, who Hava al- feudy-felt out'their men even this curly, ore irntisfted thut the Ktnnlny Cup holderg will remain with the red, i unit black seven. Toronto fciay Bruce Kidpath, till have to buy but asitl'j from Kiddy, the Henatorti are certxin that they can hold all ihelr remaining 'Nimby .Shore will ntay Imre. lie upon terms Tor next whi- ter, arid that is nil we' was anawifr. ;of' one of thn Ottawa icil of in replj to rjuery, or may not; securo and if they do, film fjoui (he looms Vami'J do not think for a uiiuute tlmt Ivastcr Patrick will be nble to cony 3'iiy of the tenm away from the cit> becauee qf Iii3 fancy offers. The Ottawas will hold a.mcetinjj lo- ward tiic end of the month, when they arc exircctlng to whip things in- to shnpe ngnin tor another atrenuous i'jnsoh. The Ifiimbug quartette ivere about to render war time Tied the The start was imtt, hut big Jerry soon got' under way and mercy how the wind blow.-j As fjfof. Diuklftopper hit high Bonie anr lent hen friiir bumped .lilqi on the nana} projection. a innn from the reur of the hall. ;