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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETITBmnGE DAILY.'HERALD _______Monday> October Western Canada Racing Cir- cuit Declares in Favor of Pari-Aiuluel Belling Machines the Lethbridge Turf Club hoiifs its annual race oiwi timing (he fxhibiticn from July G-9 text sum- mer, the booaies will rot be present, j The pari-mutuel or iron belling ma-j wilt hold sway. J Tfcil was the announcement made hy Manager Allen of the Leth- Lridse evhibition, on his returtj from tlie Wcstera laic managers at Saskatoon last .wetk. The boots .unanimously relegated to the at the meeting and the jfnutuels to for the whole cir- cKt. Dissal'sfaction with looks anrl general satisfaction rdib ihsma- ih'ncs wherever they had been used ih's year was responsible fpt the KILL WRESTLEK MAHMOUT Bulgarian BarKHts Mike With Great Athlete Away j Chlcaso. OcL Mah- rsc'Jt. a Bulgarian wrestler, wfro met a number of American mat- mEn, including Frank (lotch. by vrlicm he was was tilled by a band of bandits in. the SiUsiria, his home, acconlics to a story tolfi Turkish who arrlv- ed here today Mahraout was Q petty officer iulbe Bulgarian army la iht late war, and, according to their story, weot to the town to draw some money lo off tfce men iu Ms command. Sixteen ban- dits, leatnEuj the purpose of his trip, waylaid ba his rtfUur, but because. Maliir.out.had procured only orders instead "of gold" coin, saot and kilted him. Mab- mout's death occjrred three weeks ago.. Mabmoul appeared at the Ma- jestic Theatre here .vlih Frank when the latter was touring Ihe West i NEW MOTORCYCLE TAXI UJMlYli.iV I ENGLISH FOOTBALL GAMES OF SATURDAY aier Jcc'i slated thai board would rent from where London, 37.. Many1 rugby matches ol great interest were play- ed Saturday "in the? metropolis and small style machine ato'Jt as; Jilt inlensl riveted in the DE Cambridge University and Harlequin Tbe team had shows i JS S, Ca5e> S 'out and shippti wjth little M ttat "'a' tline. mil be bought- ior a year or iTJfniS summer cleared f 'HI.-O tot, ihe maebmfs io ccnfrol tbe teHias.'- brilliant form agaibst Old Levsians' 22d Oms Hosuilal. and were eiytct- to carry OD tbeir borne A crovi'of (bree thousand, rough the usi of were, surprised to" see liar- 'Wh the' flea! score being n to io. Piay up to haH time, was even, A ami cheaply corislnicted autoinoDilmg outfit wnxii is beifa'c ap'r.We to Canadian road conditions, _ and found to be quite 11 HIT IIP Promoter Galvih Aims, to HaVe il Staged in London New York, Oct. Willie jl'it- ehie, the HjhtVeVght champion" o' the beater, in worMi and Fleiaie meet in a ctiampioasMp battle uust likely to be decided inVWelsh's CO'i.try tidtr Los .Insrecto- Ainsworth, of the govern- tnenf road department; J. T. GTaham and Malcolm Calder and son, of Cal- Sary, returned from a shooting trip to the Speaker Racc-h, 2-7, They bagged pair fiisl dfrisfon. a "pair of and about fifty ar-ur liovtrs plavei cUckciiE oh their (rip. Antelope are tlltee' plentiful, tier last night's- s team: than will make better shooUng MANY HORSES SCRATCHED Ocl. following horsea have teen scratched from Cam- Hill, Batchelor's Hope-, KniKk, Xa-Corriga, Tuiedo. -Votic-z, Khedive imillt aad Hamerton. Oiive Oold- liaotlr a-id it was onU in me iasi -j ninuta thit tie Rovers got hattle; to m iiing goal, there telns not a dull ml ment throughout: The eamo Ka, seat :tarl 5; court is the and erery foil is niadc by the Ameiicaa (o arrange" details for .tte lout be- Cote he sails-for. the other .-side "a couple ol wcets: hence. The other day Hitchie dsclarej that lead'n? or rap'because .oi the .unbecoming .'remarks goal at the interval and nnishing in I hurled at him by Welsh or his man- witnessed uy spectators. Abonl thousand people Villa and Chelsea per- at Birmingham. Visitors the lead two" to one. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY; LIMITED After bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. V No matter, how hard you have played, no malter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prpve a certain reymfier of lost energy cooling, satisfying. THE LETHBRID.GE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE I ager, Harry ljollot, he would never give the chance to'Welsh to .fight iir.- leis he agreed to a winner's 'and los- er's share 'ol the purse and made a bet of at least S5.000 on the side. England is the place where such a condition could eiist-. N'ovvhere in Packey Displays Sariie Old "Class" BEST THING THAI Beat Giants to the Sea in World's With Cuk OUR HATS TALK for themselves. We don't have to expatlatn on their stjle. smartness or quality. have -only to be seen to stow Ihelr superiority in Ibesa particulars, If you haven't bought your lial yet come and seo ours. have a btyle-to pleaee overy man, u fit for every feature as as ovorv head. Semi-Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Empress Block Flflh Street That Pacley McFarland la still able to Iflm a lot of the. Ih ease, was amply Illustrated recently: in' York City, when he trimmed Tommy -Murphy in a" ten-round bo'it. As usual, Pnckey had all the 1115. wu M uitturii, DUI ior real mljhns; Freddie W.elsh VpuW-'proye'the real goods. STAND'. Tigtrs-.i; Varilty L. for Ag'. :i'.'y. 3 -I'.-'JS 28 i.'44 25 CAUpARY TIGERS The. Score at thi Fliiith of (he.Gamt. Waj'Nlne to Favor of 'The Home' 'Team 1 Calgary, Oct. Calfary Tig- ers, -champions of _ aimost since tiffio hegan, and near champions for JDI3, nearly- bit'thp dust in de: teat on'Saturday before UniversUyteam. nine to five in favor of the. home team. The play wag Just the this country aiu iiuc irets-allowed on scorc. It was bosing matchss. In England it is one llm L. ADELAID A Varsity tubitltute, who li making Jsmi of the regulars huiil'e to keep him off the regular line up. Hc-U a r'attltn'g good tackier, Mlnucsola 30; 'North Dak. o, Purdud u; Chicago 0. University of III. 10; Indianapolis 0. Wisconsin 7; Michigan Aggies 12. Michigan 33; Vanderbill 2. Oberlln 25; Ciis'o 24. Yale 0; Wash, and Jefferson o, Cornell 7; Unl. of-.Pittsburg 2. Cplsalo C; Trinity 0. Dartmouth 6; Princeton P. Harvard 22; Peiinsylvanfa Slate 0. Xnvy TC; Jlaryland Aggleu 0.. Army 2; Tuftfi 0. Carifslo 7; University of. Pennsly- vanla 7. Carnegie Technical 7; Grove, City 3. Reserve nucknell Virginia Wesley- art 7. Syracuse Freshmen 10; Hlgo (j. Weslyau 0; Amheret 0. Lafayette 7; Brighton 0. Gettyaljurg 31; St. Mary's G. Sivarthraoro C; Urslnus 3. Yain Freshmen 15; Pennsylvania FreshmED 0. 7.'h BILLIARD QUERY. ol the usual conditions n! bouts. Kv- erything is shiprshapc for. the Ritchie demands, and unless something much more tempting lhari that conies along, the American.and Briton Iliely lo hooir up with cluh. the- Calvin Rifcliie is ar.d Oalvin, who is now en his ivay to his California home, will see Harry Pollo'x and j Welsh on the way out and make them the oKe.r.' Ti.e school v.on out against the Telephone Men in the Y.M.C.A. tonl- ing league night, taifng two out of three jamcs. The. school made an easy capture ol the first tuo Barnes, but the last was ev- Ircmely close, the Telephone.Men cop- pii.g it by only three piiis. The feature oi the evening's per- formance was the roiling tudy every of a garment from f int. to fl. They are more than mere They are brain-tramed shapen of cloth, mould gar- with exacting care (o eliminate all chalket of error arid Jrjlne.1 and irusled Fafl and Now on Divplaf Sole for Hobberlk Taiorint BUCHAN The Mtn's Man 406-5th Sf, Biyan Block It is often maintained for somo lime that the Giants ere a stupid and sc- cond-class tali club, driven to success in their league race, uy tho spltndld nnil 'forceful management of John Me- Craw, and helped by the inefficiency ot the other clubs in the league which coultj beat theni out If equally well handled. Without McGraw, the Giants j would have a. "tough battle to stay in the-first division. With McGraw, any other of the four clubs In tho league would .an excellent _chance for the pennant and all'four would prob- ably beat Ilia Gfanta. For three years the Giants have been sadly Beaten in series.- In 1911 and 1913. they were completely, outclassed by and outclassed as much in brain and staying power as in ac- lual tcechanicirBMll on tba Held. In 1S12 playing against u club whose fit- chers they could hit'and which gbnuld have easily beaten, they.raanns- lo drag the series along for eight Annies nu-1 .then-booted It'away hy childish errors at .crlttcal mornEnts. The reason Uie.'Giants.have won the pennant is solely and simply because more resourceful, a ijulC'Kor thinker and a belter handler of men "than "any other manager in the. National league. So Mctiraw drives bis second-rate team to flag after flag in the old-league because no otter team has and'brains in suItaWe combination to and mafee n winning- fight H "will be 'a good thing: for tasebaH ivhen the Ma- Uonal league mag'oales gel WJBB to drag -themselves of thoir nits and mifzc' clubs are built up. from-.brains, as much as from b'rawn. The Giants tare won three straight pennants' fpr one season .Mc'Graw Is smarter, a belter judge of plays end players and more Insistent on. die in- line and playing-the other loader In" the league. The man- ager.who made the next best showing ir -McOraw this season Is Johnny Er- tho Cubs, who landed his club la third place, when It; thought that he would decorate the second division, ,Evets took hold o[ R club shattered all io pieces, made iudl- cioue trades and deals and Kept bis men at a fighting pitch. Several of Ills test players, notably Al Bridwe.ll fors. the .18-2 balkline champion and Tommy -Loach, .were discards; ship nt New York last Xovember from other .clubs, .whose managers j retained the title. He .was only defeat- thought they were all through as flrat-iVrl oncn In (ho malcJic'g division uthle'les, Eyers did.except-.i ada, the Jap, stopped TIoppc from Ion ally! well with what be had on hntid clean sweep of thc.fourna- and deserves a world 'of credit for hie Koppe stlH reigns surrerae in showing, for he waa handicapped fn this clats, several George Stalllngs, much less to work a success In Boston, littihg.tJie Oeana to t the head' or the second, division, a.' point much higher then thay hayc cupied in recent years. None of.Jthft other" managers got the most out of f their clubs, arid-for this reason Me-' Graw can-continue to win with a team that is. completely at sea whenever it gel's Into a world's series." 1 he Giants are a gooO club over a long" stretch or. games, for they seldom lose to weak opposition, bcjng forced lo play their best ball no matter whom they are playing agafnst. In a short series againel strong team tho Ubnte fail impress. They lose their heads, fail lo bit. and are lost aa soon as they see'that their rushing tactics, which successful a-1 gainst :.tai1-criitcrE, produce nd-effect I oh a.Bcasoned and skillful club'Ukp the -Athletics. Tho beat thing that could happen'lo the National league to Rvere. OeOrge SUlllngB or Joe cbmo through with a winner. Hut .11 Is go- ing to be hard to beat McGraw over. the full i-easoh, aa no ono la smarter OTI the forceful or a bet- ter Judge" of the opposition. The Oiantg have failed go three'llincfl 'n that ferhaps soina of the otht-r "clubs iHll up their nerve and after them and beat them [o the vlro next fail Tho result very likely bft a heiler world's chancn for tbc to regain vablahtd lionors. Sporting Edit'cr of iho Herald, Lcthbridge. Alia. should be glad if you inform me" who is the present "holder, of the World's champion ship for billl- ardg, and his Xfttlonftlity. "BXQUIRTin." Tnvcrmere, p. C.F Oct. 22. championships and varied, and you do not siato what particular title. However be-j Hove that the following information Wliat you seek: "Willie Hoppe (American) easily won! from a galaxy the world' NORTHERN I Overalls arid Shirts FIRED AT A BOTTLE: STaUCK .A WOMAN Ont., OcL at 11 Ictlle a Mllbre- revolver frmr are fn charge of tlie polko. following Iho stioodiig at A. y. PJilIlipg, who In hospital wlih'i bullet wound in the head, SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELtOW and JUIC'' Manufactured by I ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Quebec i Wlnnlptf ;