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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, October 24, 1910, Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for these goods in Le tlib ridge and cany a full line of machines, both two aiid four minute records. LATEST NEWS LATEST VIEWS PRICES ON EDfSON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Genj. Combination Standard Combination Home ,Mome Combination Triumph Comb. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. 412 ROUND EASTERN FOOTBALL OTTAWA DEFEATED TIGERS Ottawa, -Oct. 23.The Hamilton Tig- were defeated here Saturday by the Ottawas, 17 to 7. The teams -were matcaedt but the Ottawas ERNE WON OM JOINTS Philadelphia, Oct. Erne outpointed Tommy Howell in the wind- up .at tie Douglas Athletic- Club last aJght. He was In better shape than generally, and his speed bewildered the Italian light weight. As far punishment Tvent tcere "was lUUe tc tie Howell's blows were hard'and counted wher they landed, In.- every round Erne make one-of his rallies auf carry Howell ofT bigx feet with shower of blowt would him.. .best work was ai straight left-hand: jab, -which he sent Erne's nose many, times without s return. -In uhe sixth Erne cut loose and he gained enough ort> lead to give him a clear rvictory.. THE HERALD'S HARVESTER DONE Memphis, Oct. the racing days of The Harvester, the crack trotter, may be over was inti- mated here today when Ed Geers ar- rived with over 20 Grand Circuit cam- paigners, ail of whom went into win- ter quarters. An exbJbiiioon season against ail trotting marks for time is programmed for The-Harvester next season. BATTLING NELSON MATCHED San Francisco, Oct. Nelson -and Anton a local light weight, last night to fight 1C raunds before the Broad- way Amletic Club in this city October 2S. The men will at weights. ALL OVER Yesterday's Game Sealed the Fate of Chicago Team Yesterday's game at CM- cago decided the world's base- ban championship, it slated that the team to win tour games out of any number np to seven, tie game's'.exclud- 4- ed, should be declared the -J- winners. Phil- adeiphia Athletics 'by defeat- ing the Chicago Cubs twice at home and twice at Chicago are in possession of the title. A title earned honestly. Su- perior pitching flag for the title-holders more than anything else. It ushered the Hitherto invincible Cubs into overwhelming defeat, and j-'rank Chance's team as it stands at present will no more be heralded as the greatest team basebaHdom has ever Known. Ic was youth against age to a great extent. ancMne former won. Hi4 t 4- Philadciphia Team by Defeating Chicago Cubs Yesterday Acquired the Premier Honors in Baseball Coombs' Third Vic- tory Cubs Had a Bad Inning Chicago Team's Defeat the Result of Inferior Pitching Chicago, Oct baseball! f tod At half time the score was ftiae to seven. advantage of a couple of fumbles j championship for -the world belongs made by the Tigers' ;back division, to Philadelphia.. -They clinched" the big pennant fast today, seven runs to two for and there was none in the big overflow crowd to and squarely. The' 3ay bright, and the weather of the Indian aummer rules -as usual were QUEEN'S WALLOPED OTTAWA Kingston, Oct. Cniver- iity rugby walloped Ottawa Col- lage here yesterday afternoon to the tune of twenty-five-to one. It was Queen's game all the way through and! accessary. the lead A cruel -slaughter, Ottawa's the oufset" when Hartzel, who went consisted of two rouges forced in the'to left" field while Lord played cen- GAME BY INNINGS PHILADELPHIA Qfli 1 2 3 4 5 6 7. 8 9 R H E BATTERIES: CDOMSS AND LAPP; BROWN AND ARCHER. fcecond quarter. The Ottawas lacked strength and simply could not break tarongh. the Queen's line. WON FROM ST. MICHAEL'S Oct. won 1 3t. Michael's tn d fast senior .J, game here -yesterday- after- ;.iid incidentaJly provided the itst exhiDition that has freen ia the league this season. St .ael's Held the lead for uie great- er of the game. In the fourtft C aowever. .Mat Gonter's anMc 1-v.vj broken and his brother ro badly Jiuri that he had ro quit i This disorganized the team and A.C. went ahead and made the score 18 to 9 on favor of TJLA.C. and Drought the -first run ih'wheni cojlins hit to" centre 'for one base. Brown struck out Lord and -Davis in tre in place Strurtk, -singled. The present cheered, for taat was the .that "Topsy" was piayed instead of S trunk. He stole -striking out. tnird on a sacrifice and scored when tstelnrei-df delivered hit.- In uiereafter. .Steinfeidt's fumble gave' -uns, taking- advantage of confusion in Murphy life -at first. Barry sacri- the Chicago camp, stole third, but was tme third and fourth stanzas.rlae.Ath, (ficed an-d Lapp, who donned'the catch- out at were nbt ..threatening, mitt is xriace sent lv to gi Coombs did some stellar pitching to save himself from trouble in Chi- .half of fourth.. Two hits and a pass had filled the bases with one out but the PSnadetoiiinn 'settled I him home with a.single, Chfcago 'Blew Up wfcen Baker "nit weak- Davis was allow- ,_ j ed to walk, placing runners on first land second. Then Chicago blew up. 4'. The Chicago team; went to, pieces singled to centre and Baker ;.in. the ,-held ..Coombs scored from second. Davis was at another-base under the ground rules, .Harry Davis' reach. Schulte going to tnird. Chance made a terrific drive to left field, while Holman went to second. Then Ben- der started a' great double play, oa Zimmerman's hit to him, forcing- Hof- man at third, and Baker relayed the ball to DaMs1 in time to retire the Datter. Steinfeidt then ended the in- ning by flying to Strunk. A1 either team-was arole to score in. the next four mnings, but .the Ath- letics had a good chance -to increase H-olman'a wild heave having lead'in "their halt of the. eighth, tne grand stand. Just to top .the farce one out and three on.Thomas hit Brown delivered -a wild pitch and ;Into a doubJe playe last quarter, a rouge was the they could do. Time.and again v-itrr McGill in danger zone, the line stiiL'ened up and either stole ball in the scrimmage, threw the .'ill line back for a distinct loss, -dld them for a gain. CURLING champions, defeated the Metropoli- tans of the American Association games to nil. In tSSo s'Nationa! League) Louis, (American tied wkh St. 3 games io-3. In 1886. St. -Louis. (American As- heat Chicago, (National LeagutO. 4-2. In 18-37, Detroit, (National League) beat St. Louis, (American Associa- 10-1. ANOTHER MEETING HELD SATURDAY EVENING MR. ECKSTORM'S OFFER WITHDRAWN The adjourned curling club meet-jJiuarter for your curling to bet- VARSITY BEAT McGILL -IN SOCCER GAME Toronto, Oct. and Var- sity met at the Varsity oval before a email crowd 'of spectators yesterday afternoon in the fivst intercollegiate soccer game here tills season, McGill Kicking against a strong south wind in the first half scored two goals tc varsity's one. In the second hair there was some warm end to end playing but no scoring until about ten minutes" before; end of game when varsity men rushed in four goals in, quick succession making the final five -to two in Varsity's favor. ing held in the Council chamber on Saturday evening, was well attended. A communication was received from v. J. Eckstorm, signed by ilrs. Eck- storm, withdrawing the otter of a site i'or a rink cii the ball park. In view o! it was decided to lorm a com- panyT and, when sufficient stock is sub scribed, buy a site and proceed with some one be appointed to look after meeting came to ortier, S. J. Shep- aerd asked another secretary- treasurer appointed, as be was too busy at present to properly look af- ter the duties. He consented, howev- er, to act as tne secretary later on if some one toe appointed ti look after business for a few months just now. The chairman read C. J. Eckstorm's orrer, dated October S, for" a free site on the ball grounds, and then the fol- lowing letter, dated October 22: "In order that you may select a ter advantage I hereby withdraw my offer for that purpose. (Signed) C. J. Eckstona, per Mrs. Eckstorm, with power of The above letter caitie as a surprise to most of those present, as it had been practically decided at the prev- ious meeting to accept Mr. Eckstorm's oner. wm. Oliver, in making the commit- tee's report, stated that at a meeting in the mayor's offjce on October 19, it had been decided that it would be a good plan for.the club to own it's own site. N. T. Macleod ottered them a piece of property, one hundred and ninety-four feet by eighty avenues south, about two hundred reet west of 13th street, for ?2.000.00. terms of purchase to be ?500 casn, and remainder within one year. The speaker pointed out that ir a rink were built on the club's own property it would 'oe much easier to loan on the property could be nejrotiat- jcnase a site and erect a building suit- stock, as the proposition would ed to pay off the remainder of the in-; able lor curling. The motion was car- ffj be a basinesss one, with the prospect ceDieaness. of dividends being paid. Allowing! jir. TilSey called attention to the for the rink itself, would be all the funds Andrew Tilley objected to purchas- ract that not enough attention was be- ned unanimously. A motion was passed thanking C. J. Eckstorm for his kind offer of ing given to the maintenance of the! site. rink after it would be completed and j Bruce was authorized to Ipoini In 1S8S, York, (National Lea- beat St. Louis, (American As- 0-1- i Jn 1889, New York, (National beat Brooklyn. (American 6-3. In Brooklyn, (National Lea- tiwl with Louisville, (American 3-3. In 1801 there was no scries. following year the championship series of two seasons was played, Boston beating Cleveland, 5-0 with one tie. In 1803 there was no series. In 180-1 New York beat Baltimore i for tlir championship and the Temple I Cup, '1-0. i In 1895, Cleveland beat Baltimore a i 4-1, for Ihe Temple Cup. i Jn 18.06, Baltimore beat Boston, 1 for the Temple Cup. ap-i In 3807 Baltimore beat Boston, 4-1 omi a committee of three to drawtfor tlic Temple Cup. p a constitution to be submitted at There was no ch ing a site so far from the business !in use. part of tne city, as the business men; s. j. Shepherd said that be was con- would like to curl in the afternoons ncient that over one hundred mem-j the next meeling. If the rink wore within convenient; Ders can be obtained, and the i The meeting broke up with the un- distance of their places of bu-si icjss. obtained would cover the oper-j asrstanding that several ot those who -L-f Ttnrtrt i nrr o-M-rtw A nnmrmviv c-lM-iiilrl T-HA.I _ championship series for the five following ysars. In 1-903 Hoston, (A-nicrican Piitsburg, (Kational Upon consulting the map, expenses. A company er, it was found tJiat the site in formed, he thought, distinct from tion is very little further away from tne club itself, but composed of tne corner St. and 3rd avenue members, and the building should be tnan tlie originally proposed site on built by the company and rented to the ball grounds are, and, nioreovor: tbe club. A revenue from the build- is closer to the centre of population. ing would be obtained during the already subscribed will have a I limited liability company formed as I No series played in .190i. In 1905. Nev York, (National Lea- soon as possible, and, w.hen a suffi-i beat Philadelphia, (American cient amount of stork is subscribed, -J-J. the land will be purchased and the' In 1806> Chicago, (American Lea- construction of the.rink commenced. bcat National League) .Most of those present at the meet- Mr. Oliver said that he and John summer monr.bs also, as it. could bejing subscribed for stock, iruce would ahead and build a used as an autc garage, etc. already offered, thus the stock- nnk inside oi the club! wm. Oliver thereupon moved that a Holders of the company wilr be com- In the company be formed with a capital of j posed' largely of carllas enthusiasts. foe 'Ob- shares a-t ?5 each. This com- Tne next meeting wUl be called by authorized them-'- torUo- so. speaKor's opinion-S3.500 could tained without much difficulty, and proceed to sell stock, pur- president In 1907, Chicago, National beat Detroit, (American -1- 0. One tic game. In Ciiicazo., (National League) beat, Detroit, (American In 1.909, Pittshurg, (National Lea- beat 1-3. n ;