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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD I Edison Phonographs are sole agents' for these goods in and carry a full-line of two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Cem Combination ftanL'ard Standard 'Combination Home Combination .-Triumph Comb. V-The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. LATEST HEWS MANY OLD FACES WILL BE MISS- ING NEXT YEAR PHONE ?Q32 412 ROUND ENGLISH FOOTBALL NOTES ABE ATTELL SCORES ANOTHER VICTORY MANAGER CHANCE OF THE CUBS iS GOING TO INFOS- YOUNG BLOOD INTO THE NA- TIONAL CHAMPS Chicago, Oct. an entirely new lineup will lepreseat Chicago ir-i the National League next year, was J predicted today as the result of thej miserable showing of the one-dought> Cubs in the world's series just ended, j Manager Chance is said to, have de- elded'to infuse some y-biinger blood in to his team and with this object in j v, probably win swing the axe or. i ABE ATTELL KEEPS DANNY MAHER'S C A REEK the necks of at least -haJf a dozen wnose names are part of baseball his- tory. It is more than likely thp-t either Clapton Orient- are going strong in Sheckard or Sehuite, or perhaps both toe second division of the English wm go Steinfeldt, who has grown olc league.. The way they walloped Lei-lat third .base, undoubtedly will cesterKosse'the 'other Saturday indi- ;beEched -m favOr of caies that they will be strong aspir- (-probftWy Zimmerman. ants for the first division nest season. whetlier. .joi cover from the injury he received three weeks ago --at-' Cincinnati, and Bristol Rovers are in a sorry pligihL voungster It is doubtiul Evers ever will re- still more doubtful if-he will- be the HIMSELF BUSY AS BEAVER KING "OF .FEATHERWEIGHTS AL- WAYS IN SHAPE FOR SHORT WHILE OTH- ERS WASTE TIME BEADS LIKE ROMANCE Jockey NOT? Worth Once Suspended for Inconipeteney New Oct. a Tar cry t tract -with tne Doy's father to tesc-tj from a discredited jockey with Danny how to ride It was unde- Joyner's tuition that Maher became A-ew York.- Oe-t. Mac-Kay, of Cleveland, proved an easy mark for Abe Attell, leatfierweight cnampion, in their bout here tomgJit. After Attell had .floored the..-.Gleve- iaad man three times in the sixth round, the letter's onds crawied'imo the ring and hauled Mackay into his cor- ner. dollars and besmirched name tc Abe Attell must be awarded the the greatest rider of race horses ir Up to last Saturday they had played jsame Evers should he regain.- full uso .-palm for -quick and continuous pugv the world and the possessor of a -mil-, five '.games, and, not only lost them; of Ms anMe_ hot hafi not even scored a goal. is some screv; .somewhere. needs tightening and the ate .might do r worse j-than lorward -iine- lor -it.. fUslic performances, Witfcia, nine dayi chasm -of finance __ of the pitching iTaff "next year. proficient as a rider. He was Sloan's greatest rival in America be fore the latter -left for England. In 1897 and 1SSS Danny Malier wor number of races in. this coun. He was at the height of his fanv. as s. jockey when in the sprinr, Winnipeg. He fought iVtauer, as statea, me he signed to ride for Williair of Cleveland at Kansas City last nigin day, has decided to retire from racing [fit, Clarke. Clarke was a well-knowr Kling is expected to give -way per- jand Al Lippe, his former manager anti The Scottish Qnaiilying cup has.atf-imanently even the peer- ipresenr admirer, -is., of race limseli to hustle back East and .box .Mandor tranced another stage, and the dope-j less-leader aimself-may bench hims now trying to spot the favor of some promising young first ner. Leith -won their protest against basemen- JtJathgate, and the resultant game end- in New York City October 27. Ton: The history of Mahers career as r horses a parents were so poor thaj McCrary wants Abe to take on. "Oweif at an age when' most boys'fare ;play' Chance is "inclined to be reticent on Moran. at Vemon, CaL, fox twenty spinning tops, and stdr ed nra draw of one goal each. If one the subject of the proposed switching (rounds on Thanksgiving Day, and bar away in- their brains the elemeri- may venture a forecast at a. distance j hut it is intimated to fjiends [already matched htm to meet Frankie of" three thousand knots" it" -would not be surprising if the winner of this coveted trophy, were one or other of T-HE-GREATEST MOTOR tnese two clubs. sweeping changes are likely to occur. RACE EVER RUN Conley there on November to. Jatei ,____ _ them a chance, to battle with Then, there is his match vrith. light ;the sent fortr weight champion Wolgast, to be de f0r ;the VherewithaL to-heir when "Wolgast's arm .is in. fight KeidL, the es-Portsmoutb centre for- ward, .is doing all the scoring -for the Glasgow Rangers. In the last- three matches he has-had all ihe, goals :-twp( Aberdeen, Iour against ard one against Clyde. Mr. Reid is earning 'his salary, all -right. irig trim again, before, the club offer ling the best Quite f Elgin national-trophy road race j comprenensive" and "at -that there eke out the slim-resources of the fam .fly. ;_ -t. Because banny small scar.cel: .will be seen' at the Eureka -io-1 the lis no telling how many minor engage :ments. Abe ma7 add tn the English league is assuming an more than, a .midget, Mike brother of 'Vri-C. Daly, who har beenun the: mirror of public life1 foi }two decades on of his naan> unique characteristics, accepted hirr ;as an aapr3atieej his stable winners and" nartidlpants-think of the out bow. Attell manages to keer Da'iy had developed several iads pictures: jso of nsticuffs. Yet Hartford. notably Jimmy McLaugh- of the EMn Na- reascm simple enough, lie uev- lin and Edward' into great tional. great to see one's ier himself to out of condi- jockeys, and it was the desire of Ma d. Saturday night, wa-s history. It. a most sensational contest, an average i of 62% miles an hour being maintain- j ed for 305 miles. Here is what the He Never Wants for Matches It puzzles 'a good many people interesting aspect, now that the sea--self as others see him. son has got away to a good start flerJand-heads the'list-wi-th nine points I .Livingston, winner of the tor five games, not yet having tasted; didn't know the ition, not that he makes the mistake ner pere tnat thr keeping right on the time s'ame with his son." Danny eventually excellent' achieved the goal of his, father's. am defeat Preston North End and Black- burn .Rovers accompany each other at tce bottom of the table with five, games played and not a single win, but seem luck, record, -which Is'. For Steve Bloomer, has .'got a.-crib last, having signed his old love, Derby County. The Rams should ing never have let Steve go, for it is said cage so exciting aid dangerous un-ril I wit- few days' physical-trim that- it only "requires r' bition, but'Mike Daly'was not respons- to fit him for battle for it. Fate in the shape of- ad- nessed the moving pictures." s winner-.Kane county .round-limit. "I have seen moving pictures of all i .especially battles of the 6 and 10- versity mapped out a path for Danny which ultimately "led to- financier at that time and soon be caine known as the builder of the Em pire City race track. He .had a strinr of .race horses the most notable of which was Bannastar. He had engag ed Maher to ride for him at a retain- ing fee of for .the. season. AJ the same time he lad' the privilege of outside mounts Bannastar Changes Maher's Life change in Maher's life was al) due to a This horse with Maher on .his back, .won .the Brooklyn Handicap of 1899. The 5oj :was made a hero after that -race, and his future- and prospects never seemed j brighter wlien he was" garlanded witi tne flowers of the victor after the, race. But in less than three weeks' time the horse that had made Mahei so notable-brought about his downfall as a turf country. the favorite for.the' Suburban Handicap. Clarke and of. his friends, as well as the public had backed the horse heavily to "win TFhen the start was made and Ban nastar was left at the post Clarke ar well as the patrons of the track werr frantic with rage. They blamed no' the starter, Maher. Danny wa? held responsible for the mishap FOR FLYING To Be 'Opened in England, and a Brief. Course Will Cost Oct. training school 'or British Hying men, under the per- sonal supervision of -M. Bleriot, hag been opened at Henclon. M. Prier, .M; 'Bierlot'-5 'principal In-' sirucror. who is said to be one of the. most efficient flyers in France, will si once begin-to instruct true six-pu- pils who have already joined the school.' OEe of the principal aimsuwill to prepare each -pupil to qualify for a pilot's' license, fo'r which the esecu-- tion of short Sights is necessary. It is anticipated that under M Frier's metnois a pupil of average industry and intelligence, even though he'pos- sesses no previous knowledge what- ever of or engines, will, be able to-secure the .-coveted license' ter five or six hours" lessons. The fee for the entire course, as already an- nounced, is The .Kansas ..City Priests Think It Encouraged toCKeep Men'ifrom Loafing' Kansas City, Oct. there is no harm fiv Sunday baseball, three priests, one of whom has been' recomru'encied the'Pope as a sue- at a banquet in" Kansas City, Kan., Sat- on tbat day as a, good way to keep young men''.from the''streets. Father Sigismund Pierron, Father' crny, all of 'Kansas 'City, Kan., said' they had attended ball games played on Sunday during the summer. Thej not only sanctioned tne game because it decreased loitering'on the corners. Lut- beneficial 'physically'and mentally., Father Pierron told the banquetters that .-he had ball on Sunday with.'a team' organized by the young men parishes. Father John Ward who spoke strong ly in favor of the gam-es on. the Sab-, is one of the three whose names have.been sent to' the Pope from', which-a bishop will be named. TRIP TO GREAT..BRITAIN New York, is a pos- siDiiity-that the crack" lacrosse oA the Crescent Club wilt make a GreaV.Britain next spring. In sent. a team; abroad aix-d the, did not lose any of thesis games playr; ed, tying in one ad -winning all of the- BOWLERS MEET. Evorybpdj- intereste'd-. lag has privilege of attend- ing a Leth- bridge Bowling Association in ;TbHigfr5.-, at eight o'clock. HOW THEY COMPARED WHEN "THE STRUGGLE WAS OVER- Chicago, Oc-u- tolowing-are of the Chicago Nationals and Philatle7pnia Athletics, championship series of five games r.., 1 G AB.. R BH, Pet. ff-- -'-.353 f-: 17 1.. 6 'and' fielding "during the world's' PO tnere are hundreds who went to games see this football artist perform. Now that Cans has passed away At 'a million dollars m i.- j -u. A minion QOIIOTS. Clarke in his rage charged the jocke: just; with deliberately .preventing the horsr .uspen.ded starting. The stewards Of thf i f stewards ofNat-jjockey Club took cognizance of hi: by xaonal man to who dKett Providence. I. charges and after an investigation fin- at the rate of 133 miies per of_ appreC1aang_ won There was a meeting at place .at the time: and the' officials of of any deliberate irtent to preveii- was toe.the horse from racing. He was ficeo a race jfor an exhibition of bad temper be The in-tense interest, the wild .cheer- jand speed. That, he ivins s- pictures than I ever could say of their realism.' horse properly. .after, the suspensiou of ?-Iaher that Danny without an ..employer. found himsell Daly's trouble. proved of great advantage to Maber to accept outside mounts and refusec cause he had whipped the noire severr ly. Clarke was not content with thir rulins ridins and "suspended Maher fron- He would not permit .Danny mixing too much with bigger anr I stronger men, whom be can chop t'j :pie-ces and tantalize with a defens- ithat they cannot break through. It Attell wants to hit nard he rar -and a bicssillg in disguisej iTil of pilotin jdo so, make no mistake abo.ut that ;miich 3S it smas-Qeti the'contract tha' !his own horses. jBeiore he oecanie the wise goers' he bgd the Hartford horseman. .After a time the Jockey Club deter ,trat he is today, when he had yet Maher-s chaaees of fame ai [mined that Clarke was overruling ther jnngcraft to :earn, he was accustomed period looked slim but A. J. Joy-1 own decision -in the matter and' tolf jto go in and slug memly with all ov ner no-y tne trainer for Harry Payne jliim that he must permit the boy tr Whitney, but at that time the hear j ride. Negotiations between Clarke anr of a public training'stable, saw .in ;2lTaher resulted in the cancellation o Maher a great rider. Ke obtained the contract between them. This sav papers on the lad "and signed a con-, ed Clarke at least a, Ib Tinker, s's J Sheckard, If .___ iiorman, cf ...___ Zimmerman, 2b o Archer, c o 5 Kljngr c _-------''.'... 5 p r 3 neaumont, utility..... Cole, p 1 Pfeister, p.....-...'.. '-1' Overall, p.......... 1 Mclntyre, p 2 Needham, u 1 Reulbach, p........ 1 Ritchie, p.......... 1 G Collins, Balier, Coomhs. p Davis, li........... rf Bender, p Strunk, If Thomas, p, c............ Hartsel, If Lord, cf 15 2! 17 -11 1-20 0 -X 2 "l" 0 0 0 2 0 0 _ .333 .286 .267 J.82 .100 .0.77 .000 .066 .000 :..00p- .000 '.000 "'.000 .000- .000 AB R-'BHf- Pcix 21- 22 13 17 .20 6 IS 12 4 17. 5 ..429' :.4Q9 .385 '.383 ..350 .333, .278 .250 J25Q .235 .200 .182 11 7 10 27 '11? P. 0 1 0-.-; 0 0 PO 17 9- 1 43 "'6 1 10 '27 4 8 2 8 .14 0 18 3 12 ...0 1 0 A 17 11 4 It 2 0 2 12'' .-.0 0 B Pot 1 .SOQf 0 1 .909; 1 .973-? 1 .966' 0 .1000: 2.'f V 0 .909'" .0000, 0 .1000, 0 -100C; 0 .0000. 1 .667' 0 .0000 0 .0000 0 .0000 Pet. .972 .868 .714' .935. 0 .1000 0 -10GG. 1 .909 0 .1000 0 .1000. 0 .1000: 0 .1000 0 .1000.' iponents. Look at Atteli's record fc !the first two years of his career. H ;'began.fighting in 1900, fought times That "year, and scored 18 knock- outs, in the lOi'Io-ring year be listen- _.__ nine more knockouts to nis credit From that time on he began to grov WHEX -JOE GAXS 'more cautions. Ke realized that i' ;was not good policy to risk irjyrinr ibi? hands by corr.inually aiming fo- jknocko.ius. and adopted the plan-of gr jing smoothly along and outpcintin; jhis antagonists. Bank Account and Reputation Grev The scheme wortied like a charm Discussing the Important Question, }too, and Attell's bank account and rer jutation grew bisser as the years -wen (by. Yet every now and then, just t; Ishow the critics who doubted that hf carried a pnch.up his sleeve, he le- out an extra link or two and belter some un-fortunate to sleep. He had the right idea. IE he had listened to som< advisers who yelled continuously t him to "go in and his hand: LOST HIS NERVE The following little story is related "Tell us. .don't you get frightfully nervous when you are in the "What did you say, askei? Joe. "I asked you if.'you didn't gat ter-1 ribly nervous when you were in the by an American writer: Joe Gans anr" jring. facing a man who wants to bea: Elinor Glyn, author of "Three The little veteran at that time ro.rmQ met in a New York newspaper office. The famous Englishwoman was in the office to interview .the'editor, abou' methods in running newspapers in thir Joe was in to see the sporting editor. Somebody suggest- ed the two celebrities., each of whom was surrounded by a" admiring literary peopJ around banor Glyn and the office boys backing up Joe Gans. The Englishwoman looked Gans over would have been shattered to splinter exclaimed: "Why, Mr. Gans, you EiST you talk over the question of Dress for men, Tve shall be .glad to present the text in the Quality, Style and Value of Semi-ready Tailoring. long" ago, and somebody else woul< don't look like a prize fighter. Ovec be wearing the featherweight crown jn our country most of the fighters' John Kilbane, the next opponent t' 'have those.funny ears and flat noses. can prove that our Garments at and are Lice Attell, belongs in the latter1: i-class, and as the champion will no- !be giving away a ton of weight 01 better this he is likely to try than the best tailor's and save you money and gain you th.e "top his man without difficulty advantage of good dress. tailoring A. Southard. MATCHING NHLSON AND MORAN San Francisco, Oct Cro-, froth is busy with a possible match be tween Battling'Nelson and Owen Mo ran for some time in You don't look as if you hacl ever been hit "I never been hit I allowed Joe. "But you have fought -said ing out his seventeenth year of war- fare, smiled one of his sad "No, he answered, "I don't get nervous 'except when there ainrt money enough in the house.' PAID FOR HIS FOLLY Fred of Los Angeles had Hunch That Cubs Would Win 5Los Angeles, Oct. White, 32, a sensation in Broadway this when .he .made-'the round trip of tfiat thoroughfare frpir. Sixth street to Seventh 'street, roll' ing a large' pale green lemon on the pavement with a spoon. Hundreds of persons had gathered before he had Mrs. Glyn. "How do you avoid his arduous'trip. Not iinti} "I suppose it jes' a knack ma'am; dat's all.-jes' a knack." "It is all very said Mrs Glyn, surveying the dapper little champion with marked admiration. he had reacted his destination would he answer questions, then to a persistent bystander, he mumbled dis- "Never hack hunches a bet; I thought Cubs would Fit-Reform' CreecS payx less and dress better. For years, Fit-Reform has preached the doctrine of better style, better fabric, better tailoring, better value. And Fit-Reform .has lived up to its v reputation by giving honest value jor the money. All you need to know about a Suit is, that it is a Suit. The name Fit-Reform tells the whole better valuevfor 4he ,r T -i McKELViE Sole Agents for ;