Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBKIDO3E DAILY HERALD Saturday, October Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for these goods in and "carry a full line of machines, both two aiid four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Combination ttandard Standard Combination ..He'nie Home Combination Triumph LATEST NEWS Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 103t 412 ROUND A RECORD COUNTS UP Offer Nearly Driver of Minor But GUd of it Harry .Hersey, trainer and driver of Can Patch, Minor Heir and other great torses, -made a. bad bargain last win- ter. It -was made more as a joke than otherwise, but it was a bargain never- in of the -warnings of officials.' It ia further ordered that Oldfield'e machine be disqualified from any sanc- tioned contest :-This action "by tb-e-'boaril'ia a sort oi a double disqualification, in that Old field had been previously suspended for Ms announced intention of racing Jack Johiaon. This rmce'-will be helw at Sheepshead Bay tomorrow.' Old- field's manager, Hckens, in. a state- ment tonight, gaTs a -war to the finish between Oldfield and the asso- ciation- It was announced bere to- night that "Ty" Gobb of the Detroit Americana -will have a great automo- bile race with Jvap Rucker, the Brook- lya pitcher, as a feature of the Atlanta meet. November 3, 4 and 5. The race will be at 10 miles, best two out oi. three, one heat to be run each day. KEOGH LEADS. IN POOL MATCH T., Oct the .OPINIOK'S OF SOME CELEBKETIES JON WORLD'S SERIES Fielder Jones: "Another case of youth against age; speed, and enthus- iasm against listlessness following continued suocess." A. A. -Anson: "The Cubs lacked the ginger and ;the usual snap.they have al-waysi :4isplay'edL. open ing defeat -iad effectC-oo? Chanced men. perfect -.suppori Goomos-irobabiy -would his Ty Cobb: "Truly the Athletics show ed great offensive strength. Mordeca' Brown, was not up to the eipectations." George Mullin: Cubs were out- played ia every department." Joe Tinker: "Everything" was break- ing for them and against us." Hugh Fullerton: "It was too much Collins. Collins out-thought aad but- played "Doc" White: "The Athletics' looks as good if not better than, the Cubs' infield. IATEST VIFWS LriiLiJI liu ITU THE HERALD'S WELCH A DANGEROUS OPPONENT TO THE LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION In Brushing With the Brit- isher Wolgast Will Have to Extend Himself Miiwiukee, cepung... terms EngUsh moters 'for, a fight -.-svitb. dtiie the light Ad: has agreed, -to meet '.one div- oaiierent occasions to so much as dis- tress the clever Englishman. welch will-have the height, weight and reach advantage over Woolgast. The Ca-dilJac product will not enter me ring weighing over 129 pounds, if he trains for speed; as he should do lor a meeting with a lightning fast ooxer like Welch. Welch can carry 132 pounds in. the ring, ancl be at his oest, Four pounds is bv no means a siuaii item vriih men ot" his size: ia fact, it is at least five per cent., all otner things eeual. Is rangy and long armed. WoJgast is." short in THE DEATH OF STANLEY KETCHEL BIG LEAGUE CLOWN T AV XjU WADDELL DECLARES SEC- OND MATRIMONIAL VENTURE WILL NOT END IN DI- VORCE COURT COBB THE MOST VALUABLE MAN PLAYING BALL Navin Refuses -to Put Price on Great est Outfielder, and Turns Down Tempting Offer Detroit, Oct Cobb is the most valuable player in baseball today." His eyes are causing him trouble, b.ut' Lays Fall to Big ills Eccentric Southpaw Whirled Bride by Heels It is Rainy Day Skirts Although. Mrs. George Edward Wad- dell has separated from her eccentric husband in Newark, N. J., and says she never will live with him again, "Rube" says he will not sue her for divorce. Ke will not, however, contest' any di- vorce action she may institute. seems to have the impres- sion, that eastern people never hearq of the "wild night in St. Louis when jhe took his pretty bride b'y the foot land swung her around .until she-was TH1NK unable to. stand. He boldly asserts that he loves her still and says ther troubles originated when Mrs. Waddell bills at the "Rube" desig- SOME ,OF HIS FRIENDS THAT HE WAS THE VICTIM OF A PLOT TO MURDER HIM I began running up bis Springfield, Mo., Oct. fund Of TMs tr0uble to be tised in the. defence of nates as Walter- A. ,-Dipley, who is, in jail at! Mo., charged with the Demonstrates Strength For his demonstration, of eccentrici- murder -of Ketchel, ty, muscular strength and "ineoinpati- iiist, has been raised "by the slayer's biiity" the Reuben was given a heavy relatives; according "to 'an announce- in" "Dayton" street- police co.urt am? ment made here today. put on a Pollard" pledge. But his ac-' An unsigned letter, received here uons-.ce averts were as nothing com- stated that 'tie writer pared' to. -Waddell's appearance i sion'