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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Edison Phonographs are sole agents for these goods in Letlibridge and line of> machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Combination Standard Combination Home Combination Triumph LATEST NEWS Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1031 412 ROUND 01 "Rapids, Mich., Oct thf Probate Court Ketchel mother of Stanley Ketchel, champion middle, weight, who was slain in His- loud; filed application for. the appoint James" A.' Lomoard, of thir city, as; special administrator of hei dead son's estate. According to thf petition the estate is" is in realty and in.pexsesal property. He earned abotr in- the SAM LANGFOKD CLAIMS TITLE Sam" Langfbrd claims the title of middleweight champion of the world following the death of Stanley Keichel Through his manager, Joe Woodman the Boston "Tar Baby" issued an oper challenge to any other claimant of the title- That-Langford can make the requir ed weight, 138 pounds, he showed b: stepping on-the scales, when he regis tered 166. The negro said he was i little heavier ihan usual. "J b'elie've sam has the right tr claim the said Woodman. "Papke is'next up, but Papke has been de feated by KetcheL" .ATTELL. LIFTS. ANOTHER SCALP THE HERALD'S Handed Eddie Kelly, of Buff-, alo, a Dream-Producer Scaeueelaay, JST. Y., Oct. 2S. A "Atcell scored a knock- out blow over Eddie Kelly of Buffalo before the Mohawk. OF JOHi INT EVEBS Accident Spai Cub Star Hiiiuiliatiovai of Being That Evers has met his match in Athletics' key- stone" guardian, seems the-opin- A Sad BI ow to Chicago Chicago, Oct. reigns iu Chicago baseball circles now; The re action from the excitement of big series was felt everywhere. Tlus year there will be no big -banquets, no din- ners, no parades, all that'kind of stuff being left for the inhabitants of Sleep- town, where the ownership of a world's championship ball club is a novelty Championships have become a dmg on the markets around here, and the fans now that their, favorite club has beep .decisively beaten; are. readyr-and will- ing to give baseball to go-by until next spring. Ny comment is heard on any side reference to'the, ex copt; that-the better- club :won.; The Athletic'victory was to the loy al 'local'rooters, .practice, grown to jupou their great Cub as invincible, b'it enough ganies to, con- vince Uxe public that the Athletics were the class of .the party, and won ion of many. One bai says that-no co.uld have tried had.lus been playing in the world's series -he' a ould not hole his crown as -kingpin .of second sack- ers, freely bestowed on hd m by an 6b strictly .on their merits. There wru notiiiag to a better bail than the Cubs in every authoritj of pastime and .'no hard Everr victory was. everaaore. cleanly'earned or .better deserved. The startling thing about It is that so few.had forseen that the'Cubs were series ..onv the ragged edge serving class, alongside of the Tawk- of disintegration.' They, were made a ward and exceedingly -moving Ed [10 to 7 favorite, and. no better odds die Collins. .r Evers; keystone -of the .Cubs" one-" the endured. by TJncter 'the avalanche of ba.se extrajaas t .smashes time .great humiliatioii which" the "b'the r s, endij i that the Athletics shot ov e r the In field. Evers .would probably, b ave gone BIG DAY uo tisiore tne .uonawk. tMrN -nif-f L if -TT TV i T" 'i. L- L 3v A. at Amsterdam, Rose Far Over a Me into tk Upward Deep Great Excitement at -tonight' I'-..' -inont Park Aviation Meet Merican Team for Speed Contest British andfrench Compete f could be obtained even in: Philadelphia. which was a hotbed 'of Athletic "en- fe'puEatfon of the Qubs. had a; lot to dq .with the confi- dence in .which 'they were held by the general baseball JAilownnce was -not made for, thp %fact whicii Is- now so clear .that' had reach- ed the zenith.of .their, piwer some time Hamilton Tigers are a Sh'ade tfie Favorites for tk Inter-Provincial Championship Oct Fourirace.nants will" take-, some beating is. a ..ioost interesting stage and -nov? i onto particularly since their win has the attention of the rugby popu over Montreal. Had that victory lace of eastern Canada as 'Varsity vir-jover .Tigers.: things would look more tually. cinched, the Inter-collegiate titlt j pleasant fronv-an .Ottawa .view, point sky was "seen far -to the- south- last Saturday by "beating McGill ir TThen on the red, white anc" Montreal ana_wil] easiest tor the black must go-to Montreal Shoula Dominion championship and Grey Cup j the race at that stage of the with the. Big Fosr-winners. Ottawa's victory over Tigers did not upset the dope as the result was more or lesr expected. The defeat of Montreal in find Ottawa, Tigers and Montreal a brace of losses each, the two easterr teams will battle which will have the honor of sawing off with Hamilton, j Toronto, makes things fairlj three-cornered tie is out-of the sues interesting, at the same time placing :tion now. Ottawa performed so Tigers.as first favorites for the In jlasr Saturday .they look good to cop ter-provincial championship.. Today'r !it if it ever came toy a saw-off wit; contests will practically decide wheth j Tigers. "The one hideous night mart er the yellow and black banner wil'lis that game which, was pitched tc wave from the top of the Big I Montreal at Lansdowne park. Had tha' pole, or whether a tie is imminent decision been reversed, Ottawa woulc Tigers have an edge on Montreal an-s now have the call for the title. Shoulc it is feared in the Ottawa cainp they a tie come about, football wall run will win in Chaucer Elliott's town ar as cop the return game in Hamil- ton nest Saturday. In the meanunu Ottawa has a rocky road ahead. Argo into "the snow season, as it is dificuV to see where the Dominion final coulr be played before the first week in De cember. the way of the' others. He V-ouId stop the Athletics from hitting, and. tliat they-were.bound to gc more than Tinker, Steinft w'dt and j back'; very soon. "e'yen closj have. [students of the had become..sc Collins "the offem trve.ani< ;used to viewing, the-..Cubs ne plaj sd "out- ultra "of bas'ettaU''exceil'ehce- that New TorK, Oct 'crowd more today 'than a new record, or Belinont was all "for. Ralph than Johnsrone's narrative, was. .the. jqnnstone, when 'from "Middle Island selection early this the village, 55 miles off- the course, he j Aero Ciub of America of an American brought back a new feet lor1- altitude, the he 'has added to his string ia the meet. 'Just team- to defend-the Gordon Be'nnet speed trophy.- ;lt had been intended to narrow' the -rchoice oefore'-the passenger-carrying -cross- trials, but windv weather "forbade, and country race started -at "four 1 when .the limit named" under the .inter- o'clock this afternoon ''a :mbte. in. the national rule of -the entry of a- team it was necessarj- to sub- east- it' Hamilton with'.nTs just where he had -va'Tiished' in venter- 110 'horse- power-' Drexel gale. --He circled the field -and settled in 'front- of the judge's fthe 'and stamaedl. What crowds with a 50 horse-power- Bleriot; -and the' Wright racer, were aefending it, and his ne.w racer defensive -star.- Has in nltnning bases, and; it is fa. b tc presume '.that- he" have "hit'' nc better titan Chance or Steinfeld.t. vman on .the- Athletics' infield- "c 1-5 probably hay'e outb'atted Bvers, i would his 'c, 'i In fielding. named. Kadley, Ogilvie and McArdley "as jthe to'this thus has .-no part in j MACK'S' MOTHER TELLS OF HER: IDEAL KNG'S PLATE- OF.-1911 j Toronto, Oct of horser eligible" "for'the Bangs 191" hare already -done -much'- useful with the'guineas of view. The -most sensational, work trainers a" Woodbine can recall under -similar eir cumstances was seen; when-traine" Nixon closed this year's preparation o- a couple of the Valley farm elibibles 'phia. with a strong workout over the ful" j "I recall the time-.'when we lived a .mile'.aad' Th- (East Brookfield, she said. "M: Mrs. Mary MeGilli'cudSy, the-agef 'he -went-to work-in a One mother of Connie Mack, declared todaj' that her cup of happiness is filled nov- that rthe hope- oPher life 'has "beer granted through thel success of he: son in landing the for Philade! pair came home together in 2.13 3-5 which used to be good enough on rac' The brother, of Shimonese, las' year's winner, was ridden by Foden while his companion carried litti- Graver. Mr. Davies'-big Ailei d'Or two-year-old showed a mile ir 1.45 just before the autumn meet' a'" which .-jnstified tarine: Walker in saying: "That's all I wan- of him this1 there are oth ers, son had been playing, baseball an all said he was a fine'catcher. Therj WARNING! There is only one maker of Semi-ready Clothes in Canada Coitsatw U Ja Votket tUJntr Sen! -tealt CoH THIS GARMENT IS GUARANTEED TO BE MADE'Of PERFECT MATERIALS. THOROUGHLY SPONGED AND SHRUNK. SEWN WITH SILK AND TAILORED SO CAREFULLY THAT IT WILL RETAIN ITS SHAPE. IF THE GARMENT DOES NOT PROVE SATISFACTORY ON ALL THESE POINTS. THE PURCHASE JIONEXWILL BE REFUNDED. RETAIN THIS SHOULD ACCOMPANY ANY REQUEST FOB RE- FUND. AS IT ESTABLISHES THE SEMI-READY AGENTS CLAIM UPON THE COMPANY. SEMI-READY. LIMITED. Senii-ready Clothes are sold at absolutely the same price from Coast to Coast. The label, this guarantee, and the plain price .-appear in the pocket of every Semi-ready garment. That is the Vay you can always protect yourself against the many counterfeits on the market. A, Southard. fcl_ fci, T A A A A.. A A 'X' A "4" WAS .KETCHEL" BEING SHOT? "r1 Newspaper Man Claims .er Said So; Before His -i- Death Mansfield, ;Mo., Oct. Walter A. Dipley, slayer of Stanley Ketchel. and Mrs. -r