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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta T> ULY HEKATJ) Edison Phonographs are sole agents for these goods in Lethbridge and cariy a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRfCES OM EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem .................116-50 Gem Combination Standard Standard Combination Home Combination Triumph The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. FHO.Nt 1031 412 HOUND LATEST NEWS JEFF OVERALL "F Hat About up His Mind to Quit Baseball Chicago, Oct today's "fame between the Cubs and Athletics lOverall, who has been, one of star pitchers for several sea- tons, announced tiiat he had pitched Jiis last big league game. BROKE KNEE IN WRESTLING BOUT Minneapolis, OeL Ord: man -defeated at the Audi- torium last night, the -deadly toe hold winning for the wlinneapolis man after j umuer, had gained the firsc fall in 4S minutes and 50 seconds. Cutler's right knee cap was broken in two by the bone-smashing cap grip in the second fall, and several doctors pronounced him' unfit to go any fur- ther because of the broken knee. The Ordinan victory was not so decisive as many of his friends had hoped for, vvnen it was known -that Cutler could not Referee Frank; Gotch declared the match.and the. Americas championship forfeited to Ordman. FOOTBALL FATALITY Mica., _0ct H: Buell, a student at the Western High; school, snatched from his grasp today by rect his bill to :be found. Indeed, when he (did see, and asked for ik- Kaiph Johns tone in a headless Wright reached t'eet bur Johh'stone topped him today with a new mark of feet. He was cmiled to the bone when he came He said 'afterwards that he meant'to try tor a new world'3 record nored him. Johnson has -been served with- summons and complaint in. the suiit. and lie believed he. should have tne case to be placed it if the frost on his. .goggles had not jon lbe calendar 'in the Supreme Court oiinded.'him: Hourly altitude: for trial soon- y Jobji..- ,'casK Wrig'ht, feet, a new An enthusiastic meeting of bowlers i ness as may be necessary at that time, j next March. A prize and pntertain- was held in the Arcade last night at -Messrs. W. M. Nichols. T. E.'Scarle, L.jmen: fun-d of has been provided which the Lethbrifige Bowling Asso-l-Kygg and Tommy Evans were chosen j and of this amount the Spokane Oham- tion was formed. Officers were committee of four to sign up players i be? of Commerce has contributed ed as follows: President, H. A R. Mac- Donald; vice-president, F. A Hart: J secretary, W. M. Nichols; treasurer, Ross. The executive committee consist of one representative England has had many Queens who Were variously accomplished, but Eliz- was the'only one who was red headed and swore. She could "chide a belted Earl in language- which makes General "Washington's remarks to Gen- eral Lee at the battle of Monmouth read like a birthday card from auntie. -Elizabeth also had an effective and unerring right hook which she .used to emphasize her rebukees, and as a re- of it most of her Ministers of State had lumpy jaw during her reign. She .put a cauliflower ear on. Lord Es- sex for turning his back on her in and the Earl of Leicester wore his nose one .sided at least three days a week. Lord Burleigh gave it au-ii tia-t it "was a golf ball that closed his .rit'ht eye, .and Sir Walter, Raleigh said h-: came down St. James on his head and shoulders on a bet; but history knows better. The strong right hand of the virgin. Queer. that- governed England so wisely and so well is no mere figure of speech. Elizabeth came to the throne in trou- an-d start the season with at least foinS.OUU.- in of this the boys -decided teams. It is hoped eventually to have1 to join forces with the Western Bowl- six teams and possibly sight in the ling Congress and to" make the Leth- field. The president; secretary anfl-H. [bridge Association's motto -Nicholson were chosen a committee 1S11." each team. Another meeting j to interview the management relative; Another meeting will be held Fri- to fixing a charge for aK league! day night at eight o'clock in the Ar- will be held, in the Arcade on Friday .for -the purpose- of accepting-ap- plications from various teams, the ap- pointment of a schedule committee and transaction of such "other" 'busi- blous times. Maryf who preceded he? as had devoted most of ".her, five- years" reign to project 'oij getting her She needed it tc. complete "the-color scheme of .her col-' lection- although, con- fined a prisoner in.ihe Tower, kept her head, and; .used it to such advantage that she worried Marry into an early grave, shinned up into the vacant throne before it had time to get and held it down for 45 years of the. most eveirtful reigning ever "reigned by an English reigner. "Elizabeth was an old maid and although she pretended to be proud of it, persons-who had made-a. study of diplomacy never called her anj old maid when she was listening. mjjab to the jaw never were overcome by the most courageous, and. she re It was decided to affiliate with the cade. All interested in bowling are Western Bowling Congress. Und-sr j requested the body held a huge -tournament er they pro- y there will-be J pose league bowlers'or nt in Spokane'not New York, Oct. 25. The ambition of Jack Johnson to annex .other honors as a racing automobile driver, received a American Hocksey, Wright, feet, second; Latham, Antoinette third... First .hourly dis- tance: Latham, 19 laps, penal- ized one lap -for fouling Pylon, time, Graham-White, 2a-d two time 5.37 2-5; no third One hourly distance, first, Graham-White, weriot monoplane, 1.4 laps, time 34.16 4-5 seconds, Marse, Curtiss, laps, penalized 2 laps' for fouling Py- lon, time 28.20_ 1-5: third, McCnrdy, Uurtiss, 12 -time 21.43 1-5 seconds. Senior Sciarrino, describing WILLIE "LEWIS "SHOWS SKILL, Outpoints "Sailor" Burke in Fast Ten .-Round Boat at-National Sporting Club NewVrbrk, Oct1' "Kid-" 'Mc- Coy behind him, Willie Lewis showed the National Sporting club that he was something of a scientific boxer here when he out-pointed "Sail- or" Burke in a fast ten round, bout. From the start Lewis .used good, foot- work and walked and danced away to poor advantage in his new role and Johnson. He was quick'erto get away from gurke's hard swings. He placed Oltlfield toyed with the big fighter i -u- j. jjj. i, Only two. heats were needed to settle blightrherelthis afternoon a-r the hands the question superiori'ty. of .Barney Oldfield. Johnson showed j first '-away' from j-onas. Johnson's car never. showed ahead At i the finish, Olafield led byjhad a quarter of a mile His time for five In R-as minutes, forty-four sec- spite of the fact that she had an iron jaw and a flint and tinder was not forgotten that she had a pass key to the-treasury and plenty of suitors would have willingly become Mr. Queen Elizabeth. But the diffi- culties of courting a lady who was lia- ble to interrupt a proposal with aright PUGILISTIC GOSSIP mained a spinster to the endJ The- 'greatest event of Elizabeth's reign was the little racket she hac with King Phillip of Spain, which to the coming of the Invincible Anna da. The Pope bet Phillip Elizabeth's crown that he and take it 1 GIRL 111 'AT GOLF Canadian GoJfer Sets FVIsrk of 90 Handicap st the Chestnut Hill Course Phillip built a fleet of 130.ships, the job was let by contract, and. as many of the ships, didn't ..haw 'any'bottom in which interfered C0urse L Boston, Mass.. 5 Oct Miss F. O'G. Phepo'e-of the Mou treal club established a new record c 90 for the Chesinut .Hill Golf CIul L 14 stroke; ir medal play handicap und er the auspices of the Woman's Association of Boston Miss Phepoe'a z-jt score was SS and Mrs. Smith's. S.S T.liss Dorothy Campbell of Hamilton Cu.; the women's champion second only to Miss Phepoe in he: (By Jeff Thompson.) New York, Oct is a pug flistic wonder hiding away in some part of this metropolis, and he wants to distinguish himself. A few days ago he issued this proclamation: "But I want to tell you about my' self, and ask your advice about things. My name is Terry McCuno. I am twenty years of age. I stand six feet in height and weigh 190 pounds ir my present condition, which is fairly good. "I am red headed, and like all mer whose hair is of that color I am ful' 01 ginger. I have done consideraolc boxings and know that I can strike a hard blow with either hand, and am not afraid of a punch. Somethinr tells me that sooner or later I will be fighting in ths ring and I would like to have you advise me how to go about acquiring cleverness "with my hands and feet; also a good way tc develop my lung power, and how tc conserve my strength when. engaged in a contest I will greatly appreciate any suggestion 'you may make on the subject" Nelson Coming Strong j Battling Kelson continues to yearr for the championship. When he los'- the title in the 40th round of wha' was to be a 45-round battle he war on his .feet willing to continue. hadn't'even been knocked down durinj the-contest He was beaten all rigb enough, and Referee Smith did thf right thing in stopping the fight But he won and lost the title with out' ever having to take the count Nelson has had a good long rest, is firmly of the opinion that he will shortly be fighting as he eve-, did, and that he will once more be Hailed as the head of his class. Young Dixon Uses Head Yoiong Dixon, sometimes called heavyweight champion of the United States navy, disgusted members of th< Snarkey A. Club with the tactics he resorted to in a bout with Eddie Rector, a welterweight. Rector war easily and had dropped Dixor Ofice when the latter cut loose andi to some extent with their sailing qual- ities. Historians have suspected tha1' this was due either to carelessness oj jgraft Anyhow, when the armada began fouling his opponent by "heel: reached the channel Elizabeth's sea ing" with his glove and butting jfighters was .so easy. Admir- greater than hers gave the victory to JMrs. W. F. of Brae Burn in gross score, finishing in S2T but hev -cdicap of plus 1 made her net- scon j ho cailor he sauor in all the rounds. and tnis fi-m'cn t tne fimsa. son's elation over the. plaster said that when the fighter it he exclaime4 it was, "Jes' de same ay Johnson even.'Went, so-far as to fa- scribe his name on .the base. oi the cast with nail, according to the sculp- tor.. V FRAZER AT .-.Lexington, Ky., Oct.. W. P.'.Traz- er, of. -Toronto. Secretariat7 the Qntdri io Jockey club, siient.tod.fCy.. in Lexirig-' ton en rou.te, to Louis'vilie, and' 'w-as the .guest of -.Major. A. erfield and Irving' 'Wheatcroft; He visited anS-St: 'James 'StuSs and bought one of each these .establishments-; .Secretary er .goes _tp .Louisville 'to, make, a person- al inspection of the operation. of tha pari mut.uel machines, "tfa in-troduoed on the Canadian tracks next- year. -i BOY BECAUSE H-E COULDN'T "SEE; GAME IN MILE RUN Number of Nominations for Club's Reliability Event Increased, Chicago, Oct. for 'over the world's series jbetween -tne National and- the League it is the cause" of suicide k Ay ers, a -lad'- aged 13 years. Motor Philadelphia: Young Ayers "was the uorniua mile reliability run of the Chicago Motor club are being receivec in such numbers that the success of the affair seems assured two weeks ir advance of the time set for starting the contest. Eight nominations wer. riled 'yesierday with Chairman Harrj i'utton. of the contest board, which added to the .eight previously announc- ed, brings the tots.1 up to sixteen.- delivery boy-" 'ar: -department stor'e: and '-vv-h en refused' permission to abseot himself to see the game 'he.rfe on last Monday the ,boy gave up his_ position. His parents did not learn that the lad had. work until this evening, and when they were- informed that he was without .apposition the boy wjjis 'sent po bed :wAhput his supper.. .when his. mother had occasion to go upstairs she found hanging to a balustrade. He usedla sheet for- a noose. :j; Even then Rector more than held hif own and was pummeling Dixon wher Dixon deliberately, kicked at him This was overlooked, but when Dixor again began bu-tting the referee prop, erly stopped the KetchePs Trainer Makes Good .Nick Muller, who trained Stanley Kethcel, proved conclusively ai the Unity A. C. in Lynbrook. New York, that he is all that was claimed for him. Although he was knocked out by a short right arm blow in the eighth round he had previously administered enough punishment to Larry Temple to make an ordinary man quit Tern- Sple complained that