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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 TIIK LETIIBUIDCE DAILY HERALD Tlmrsriay. September l, jSaUoiiul Hostcn New York Tyler and Uaridci Philadelphia Brooklyn THEY AMUSED HIS MAJESTY WILL IT MATERIALIZE Twiner of Blackie Team Snapped Member in Act of Throwing Uiah River. Sj rt. nH IDa'j-ir.e md Hif.h bast-ball Ian eime (o be played heii- fessos. oa The weather ivas eiceedingly and a ai- of fans wtve at (he grounds for the event. TUu play lacieii some cf the snap and tfcs: makes so popular, but there was sufficient io (.he ircrttst 10 make It tntortiilng io ot fan: Vjo b-d gathered iberc for Uiis j-itrpcEs. Tfce ivis 3 io in favor c' High River. iicarcjiie, Trho occupied the box for tbe wo? by Still after tic seventh, witb tbe reare at to 11 accJ IlogiVB were In tbe for tbe] visitors, vriih Lwfiit as backstop. i Pitcher Breaks Arm j Au accident happened in the sec- ond Inning that very seldom occurs. As Pitcier Woribiajtoa uas iti the act of delivering the ball, a Miap was heard: the ball Trent slowly. ibird and the pHchSng arra was droned to bis side. lioce oi'the MTU was trokec just 2.b- ore the olbcnr. The uulorturata THE KING AT GOODWOOD Hts Majesty, who is apparently much amused by "the of photographer; is ietn with Mr. Marsh, the well-known trainer. In the pad- deck at Goodwood, during the recsrvt racing meet-there. young uas tafceii to the feoeral FWING NOT hospital, uhei'e be was attended to. i Rogers tad to reliere him for tbe ve- f rnainder of the saruo. I SELL FRISCO SEALS ns could be cipocied, and for ills speedy recovery. all pected. lest ireei for Pitcher Worth-' ud a large aUendaact 55.c CeW York Natfcnaj l-eague club, of- inn Krnncisco club, its franchise, its grounds acd its gocd ivill. Evring laughed at the offer. have been ofterert as high as Speed [tlO'WOO Tor t'ce San Francisco "'How'faEi can. yWr aulotnobllu have refused il." fast eno'jjli to have me ar-1 Burdfcam Tdll make his ia Cal- resfed and not Tnt euoygh to get and wants to get iDlo the! herc In a SEEC Lhere. 'GERMANYAND WOODROWHAVE PLAN TO CLBAAr UP 7WJ5 GREAZERS.OPMEXICO .WBBbinston. EtpU like n war between tht--gcoS oM .United States aad the swarthy gents down In Mexico" remarked Ger- manr SclisefeT. Are. you golug to cullst'" replied Nick Altrock. "Nope.- 1 Ulie4 lasllers over vVoody Wilson yesterday and we hire o-jtlltwrl a campaign will ead loiiilitles la z Jiffy." "We will bave a.very small continued Schaefer. "but it's goln? to do inch eSscUvf. wort tie -.ieilcans won'-, have a chance." "it Trill to diTldnTtato two' divlilQOE, the offensive and defensive offanslrt division will be comcsed ot Walter Johnson, L'bristj- Mottnitjon: Orover' ClevelaEd. Aleiander and .MltcScll. They'll pour; the shot Into the enc-mj- and 1 they won't nut them to rmil la1 j. lurry. "tke defeMlre dlviaioa will consist of ..Napoleon Lujoip, Tris Sjwikw, Joe Ty Cobb and Oavvy Cravatb. It be armed only-vita bits. The Mexicans won't a cilice. This rjuintet will Elmply to.thj front aad !oul off all the ballets and shot nreJ by the toainy. "IT any tuoro htlp is netdrt we Till rush Umpires Ferguson ot the AmsTteao. longus and Brjon of the Nationals to tne front Th" Mcil- cans rcoldn't a chance them Handing dovn the decisions" CANADIAN .LEAGUE Final Standing of Finished Schedule Labor Ottawa London St. Thomas Peterboro Guelph Hamilton Berlin Brantford W. 66 .64 55 55 54 52 33- 4B 43 49 52 67 73 Cleveland, O., Sept. i nave teen almoi'. completed for i the organiiatlon of a hookey lla- 1 gue composed of several crack In the United States ana Canada.' According to the promoters, pro- fetslonal hockey has become one of the best patronised of winter with New York, Boston, Detroll. Cleveland, Mont- Toronto, and several other cities represented In a league, the men barking the project believe it 1 prove a success. Caught on the Fly McLean made in X recent CUnt-PhllUe game by shooting a fut throw to to prevent Cravath taking thJt when he had been legally puihed there by a bate on ba'lg given Luderus. Magee vsai on third, and In the po it-season serjes of the 'Western Canada league, Moose Jaw made it two out of three from Saska. toon, by defeating the Quakers diy, K to 2. LANGFORD AND JOHNSON BILLED TO FIGHT IN PARIS Boiton. 3ejjt. Lnngtord, iie. gro heavyweight. Is to meet Johnson, heavyweight champion o! -vorU, in a bout tor tlio tl'Je in I'avis OQ Dec. 20, Arrangements for the match were completed by cable yesterday, to JoeojOi man. manager ol Lansfonl. The bout is to lie of 2D rounde. At Nashville. Tenn., driv- tw0 kill- ed In the races there Labor Dny. There John Wm. Sherrold, Brown, Thomas Brtdsfts. Four cars of the six entered in the 25-mile free-for-al] piled up in. a .wreck. Four were injured. From London comes the announce- rr-et that Bombardier Wells and Gun- ner Motr wilt exchange broadsides In a 20-rojnd conflict in the Canterbury music hall. The will'met'': Bandsman Rice. o Being held In a music hall, we Ncw York and SL would .uggeat that the Brirtl.h pro- also women. moters have an orchestra render the waltz'from "Faust" or.tomethino ilo the Brooklyn Nationals, Stovall of the St. LouU Browns and Tinker of the Cincinnati club." Ed. Watsh' said to be fit Co pitch again for ihe Chicago White Sox. Hit good right arm IE O.K. again. Federal leaoue are cer- tiin to InvaV Balllmore year vlth a team, they say. Ben Tincup, the new Cherokee In- dian pitcher of the Phllllet, It one of the wealthleit ball players. He on depoiit In Washington, and owns 400 of Oklahoma oil which the 'government Is leasing for j Philadelphia 55 i Uroutlyii 5 7 T 1 Chalmers, Alexander acd Hums; Fteullach and McCarlcy. Cindnnati 5 IQ Httsburx i fl p Urown and Clarke Adams ana St. Louis 3 s 3 i U'atson utii! presnahan 'freckeU and American S'ew Yori n ig c Hostoti 4 74 Caidnell and Sweeney A tide rs OB Thomas. him Washington........, S j 3 j WitladcJpfa'a i 8 e Groonir, Johnson and llrnijr j rpya, fonder and Schang. JIM THORPE TO MARRY Carlisle, Pa-, Sept. Thorpe, tbe champion athlete, 'and member of the New Yori National leasue team, annoiincr-il hjs .____ v, OV111VL11IM Io .Mirs Margaret I. Miller, a CJiero-land dreamy while Messrs. Wells and kee Indian, now in California, dtmonttrale idea of 'csidect of Oloe. Okla. the American With the finish of the 1913 pennant races fri sight the magnates of the big clubs art. already planning for another year's 'campaign. Among Ihose managers'who are reported toj find'the balancing field direct- or's crown a nerve-racking feat are Evers of the Chicago Nationals, Caila. lian of the Chicago Sox, Another woman controls a baaebad club In the big leagues, Mrs. Lccke, widow of the president of the Phillies, is the third woman inagnate Jn the National league. At the death of her husband the stock, of which Mr. Lccke owned the controlling interest, re- Verted to the widow, as she-was the sole beneficiary of the estate. TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS' 3TILL UNFINISHED AT EDMONTOfl Kdir.onEon, Sept. events in tlie Atbcrta provincial tennig tourna- ment arc still -jDjinlshed. These arc j the Genllemen's Open Doubles and the Mixed Open They'wfre liost- poned on the final day' of tbe' tourna- ment on account ol- rain, and were etluled for last Saturday. On ac- count of business reasoiis, Noble and Miss Toole were unahle to come to Kdmonton oy Saturday for tile finals in thcEe events. The, toiirnamect com- mittee has decided to allow the Cal- gary players 'until September 1C to play off the finals. If they are not played by this "dale, thoy'Yill so by default. Judgirg from the agitation Vhat Is being stirred up against the. boxing game in California, a.number of citi- zens of the Golden State who fiavs been 'nuking a scft living staging prize fights, msy soan forced to shed their diamonds, canes-and-glad rags'and become regular werXIrij once more. When the Tecumsshs defeated their old rivals, the Torontot, on Laoor Day, 10 to 5, at the Queen Cily, this was Jhe third tlme.th'e Indians have Won in iriinc o-jx, inird time the Indlani have v gan of the Boston Red Sox, Dahlen of. five games off the Blue DERBY WINNER SOLD TO. RUSSIAN' -STABLE London. Sep.L the Eensutlonnl Deroy winner. fcjis beeu solrt by, A. P. Cnn- liffe, to the ImpcVlal Ilncing Society ot SI. Peleraburg. For Health's Sake DRINK WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS the sptfit that not only gratifies trie palate, but satisfies ihe calls of nature, in no mvigoraling cordial compounded (or organic Disorders arc there the same slimulaling influences tad tonic virtues as are to be founJ in Schnapps, a dittillcd spirit which possesses natural ethers of jupreme worth where the organs of the body demand a tonic corrective. It clews and clcaniu the liver and kidneyi of all hwltny and vigorous aclion and wilh a of vilalily. And all ihij H the form of a refreshing and pinting dnr.V. lor bc4n MXCI at all ftnKs and in all climes. OUtlnoHe old Hottii and Retail Slum, tic. Hudson's Bay Co. THE DEPOSED MANAGER Harry Schafly, the deposed manag- er of the Jersey City'International League team, lost conssc- utie games under Schafiy's manager- ship. DON'T MISS CAME TONIGHT The replayed Scoit Cup final will be [i-jllpd off tonight Ihe Ball grounds, and should be well worth seeing. SL Andrew's ypyngeUTg held tbeJr tne city champions lasl week, ar.d many of support- tn think they can pat one over tlie tallies tonight. Kick-off at 6.15 sharp. OLD COUNTRY .FOOTBALL WARRANT ISSUED Fp'f? UMPIRE BRENNAN'S ARREST PJiiladelphla; A war- rant charging Umpire' William I3ren- iian, of Uje Nationfil lengue, ftilli as- fault anil battery, and Inciting to riot. was. issued here today on the com- plaint of Henry- F. llussell. superin- tendent or the Art club of Philadel- phia, who claims that ho was injur- ed by ilia umpire during the disorder which followed the forfeiture to New York of tuo game at the local National league nrk last Saturday. Mr. Kus- sell charges that, nrennan, in his ef- forts to set out of the park, pumm'eled him, and knocked him to tne.groilnd, where lie was trampled on by the crowd. .No Need to Magnify beauty and' smartness of pur new ahtrlE, and oiner furniBbinge'. Once you SM fuem you'll realize that they'arc nil right tn par- ticular. And you cannot afford .not to see them If you inakc any prelencc of knowing what's what In haberdashery. Semi-Ready .Store S. C. BATEHAN v Emprets Block Fifth Street International Provirienre 18 3 Coitlcy and lilair; and Kochier. Toronto 1 53' Roclicsfer 396 .Maxwell ar.d Btmis Wilhclra and Willisms. Montreal w.. 1 51 Clarke ar.d Maddeh uU La- loQge.' Newark 73 Baltimore 2 H f] Bell and Smith C'otlreli and Ku- an. Association Indianapolis 373 Columbus t_ 9 I i Wetttl and Casejr; Eajrrj' and I Smith." iToltdo 4 12 i Louisville ifj in. i lirentoc and DtvoigM; Loudtiraill! and -Sevcroid. St. Paul V 33 .Milwauk're'... 54 Gaidurr and .J-.jiscs and Hughes. City-Minneapolis, rain, Canada Saskatoon -2 81 iloose Jaw li 93 Northwestern Victoria S, SSpokar.e 7." Other, games postpor.cil, lain. BASEBMIJIULESI l.cndon, Stpt. Tte -jollowing are the resnits of rootbsll matches played today: .The League Second Division 3; Stockpoit County, 2. Bristol fflly, 4; I. Kosse, 3; Notts Forest, 1. Sauthern League Bviphton and Hove, I; Southamp- ton. 0. Coventry City, 2; Oillinfham, 0. Plymouth Argylo, 1; Portsmouth, 0. Two Days? Racing Henderson Park Sept, 16th Seven Races Fancy Roping -Each Day- York Cuiladrlphlr. Chirago il'ittshurg j lloston j Brooklyn Cincinnati Katlwiul' P.C. SI 41 .S7j 74.48 .61) 71 56 .553 66 58 .533 54 E8 -55 70 .431 .409 15. OO will buy any blue serge ready- to-wear suit in stock BIG REDUCTIONS ON ALL MADE-TO-ORDER CLOTHES 10.95 will buy an excellent business suit RIDPATH The Tailor 315 6th Street South, near Herald Building :St. Ixiuis 16 84 .318 American p.c. Philadelphia 14 W Cleveland 77 51 Ml Wsshinglon 70 55 .550 Chicago 87 53 .515 Urjston C2 52 .SCO Detroit 56 7! .441 St. J.ouis 18 S3 .357 I Sen-'. York .-.........It RO .350 I Ijitei'uationnl S'civ.irk 86 JHodirstrr 79 I Malliinorc 71 I 51onlteal Toronto.................. r.l Providence 59 i Jcrtc-y City 77 Tacorna........ CO. Spokane........- 61 T9 ;