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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta September 5. 1911.' THE LETHBRfrfnE DAILY 1912 LM.F. 30 UNE A full line of the Famous EM. F. 30 Models, consisting of foredoor Roadster, foredoor four passenger Demi Tonneau and fore door five passenger Touring Car will be here next week for your inspection. These models have 4 inches longer wheel base, 4 inch drop frame, throttle levers on top of steering wheel and a more roomy tonneau than previous models, giving the car a lower and more graceful appearance Do Not Fail to See These Cars We will also have for your inspection The Wonderful Three Speed Flanders "20" Foredoor Touring Car This little car has met with wonderful success during the past season and stands alone in the 2.0 horse power class Repair Department Anticipating a heavy business this fall we have secured the services of a number of first'class mechanics and are prepared to give first class service and.not keep you waiting A full line of the following Tires and Tubes on hand-- "Fisk" and the greatest of American Tires, "The Diamond" Accessories of all kinds-Electric Vulcanizing a Specialty WESTERN AUTO CO. Ltd. 311 llth ST. S. PHONE 1454 For a Sick, Hour Stomach Gently but thoroughly cleanse and reg- ulate your Stomach, Liver and Bowels while you sleep. awf.ul sourness, befalling of 4cid fend foul gases; that pain in the pit of the' stomach, the heartburn, nausea, bloating after eating, feeling of. fullness, dizziness and sick headache, means indigestion; ft disordered stomach, which cannot lie regulated until you remove the cause. It isn't yo.ni' stomach's fault, Your stoniach is as good as any. 'Try they cure indiges- tion, because they immediately cleanse regulate the 'stomach1, remove the eo'iir, undigested' and fermenting food and foul gases; lake biiev from tho liver and carry off the de- itomposcd waste matter and poison from the intestines and bowels., Then your stomach trouble is ended for- ever. A Cascaret tonight will straight- en you out by 10-cent box from nay drug store "will keep your entire mmily feeling good for months. Don't forget the little ;gafitt Insides need a good, gentle too. NEW WEIGHT LIMIT FOR LIGHT BOXERS Wolgast's Agreement.to Meet McFar- (and May Wipe Out Old 133 Ringside Mark Chicago, Sept. meeting be- tween Lightweight Champion Ad Wol- gast and Packey .McFarland is likely to go -a long way toward wiping out the old lightweight limit of 133 pounds ringside. U is true Wolgast won .his title'at this weight, but agreeing to meet Packey .with' a higher weight he, in a way, gives consent to a new light- weight limit. It is likely that if Wolgast 'wins he will be urged to get a match with Matt Wells, the English :battler, or some other gpodlad who will expect to be concerted a- middleweight.1 Al- ready is out with a challenge o meet the winner of the'Milwaukee 'ight. Wells has proved to Now Yorkers that he is a mighty shifty fighter. He says he has an offer of from ISughind for a battle thorn between himsolf ami either JIcFarland or Wol- MAY MEET FREDDIE WELSH SOON Matty fought Young Baylor, the Indianapolis 30-rouiid draw at Indianapolis on Wed- nesday night, is now on his way to California with' his'nianager, Alec Me- Ftaldwln has been promised pome good fights put on the coast, and may be matched for a return battle with Freddie Welsh, the-Bngllsh light- weight who defeated him In a 20-round bout, a few months ago. RAIN JOANAHED S. O. E. EXCURSION TO COWLEY The S. 0. 12. football (earn anil iis supporters had intended journeying to Cowley yesterday1 to try conclus- ions with the eleven ol that town the Cowloy Cup. The Inclement wea-! thcr proved a barrier to their. oxmir- i sion, and it is thought the game will; be arranged for iv future dntc. i We (note flu: tense) him mon- we never1 would have fallen for this "If George; 13. Cox is fat, is .John H. McLean Oli, well. LOCAL ELEVEN DEFEATED TABER On yesterday's cast bound afternoon local the Callies football team jour- neyed to Taber foi1 r. with the team there. The game was played iii a drizzling rain, on grounds that were exceedingly muddy and that contained a small swimming "pool iu the centre. The local boys won out by a score of 2-1. Referee Chas. Rnmsay of Tuber handled the game in tr.uly masterful style. Following is the lino up of the Cailios: Goal, Foil Ikes; backs, Batir nerman and Patterson; halves, Olen, Mullen and Brennan; forwards, Thom- son, Milue, Moore, McMurtrle, Oliver. NATIONAL ChlcaRo 010 Oil (i 1 St. Louis' 033 010 13 Mclntyrc. Richie, Toney, lirown and Needham; Golden, Ceyor Harmon and Bliss. Afternoon Chicago .'......'-00 003 S '1 St. Louis'...... 000 Old li a lloulback and Xcedtmni; Womlburn, iVIcAdatns and Bliss. I'Htsbiirg 100 OOL' s 3 MO 100 7 2 and Simon and Gibson; Caspar, Keefc and McLean. Afternoon I'ltlsburs 100 Cincinnati 100 000 Ldfleld and Gibson; and McLean. Brooklyn 000 010 Philadelphia Oil ooo s Knetzor and Bergen i ami fcrwin; Alexander, Moore and .Madden. Afternoon Brooklyn 101 300 10 Philadelphia 000 000 1 Rucker and Bergen; Moore, Curtis and Kleinow, New York .....21 000 8 2 Hoston........ 010 001 0 Ames and Myers; Tyler and Kling and Harfdan. TpES New Westminster Looked Hopelessly Beaten but Finally Routed Rivals Vancouver, Sept. fail- ed to unnox the Minlo Cup today. Westminster took the final game of the regular lacrosse series before a crowd at Royal City. That lea- S 11 0 ives tno tied Tor (he cup, which Iliimnlirpvq win be for ln two extni 8cl'le8 iiumpiirejs one ,n Vancouver and the oilier at Westminster. I r AMERICAN 'Boston........ 002 OOfi 0 New York..... 0.00 0-lfl fi The salmon hollies took today's ev- ent with the score of eight to five. When it is realized that at one lime Vancouver led with four goals to one, an idea of how complete was the re- versal of showing made by the two teams.; Up to half time'Vancouver s had more than a shade the better of the play, and with more than an even break in luck and made four straight goafs after the Westminsters had scor- ed in the first few minutes of play at the opening of the game. But iii the third quarter it was all the other way. In bewildering suc- cession Westminster scored six tallies while' Vancouver never scored a single one.. Turbull scored the first of these. Scarcely had the cheering died down than Pat Feeney passed to Bill Turn-1 bull standing on goal and Turnbull he- Wood and Carrigan; Ford and Blair. Afternoon Hasten 000 010 -1 -I New York.....101.000 11 I Karse, Nasle.and Carrion; will- lams, Vflughan and Blair. L and this Ing unchecked shot into goal for West-j minster's third goal. Now they were! only one behind and Westminster fai shouted themselves hoarse in encour- agement. The outlook was all the woroe when Pickering was penalized. Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age Made in the. Glenlivet District of Distilleries in Scotland, from Ihe finest of Scotch Barley. 'DIRECT FROM Craigellachie Glenlivet Distillery Co. BANFFSHIRE, Proprietori. Supplies can be had from C. C. PAGNUELO WINE AND SPIRIT COY., LETHBBIDCE, for Eoain and DMrta. 003 300 20x-S 10 I to run down again. This tin 030 000 000-3 7 I intercepted Cliff Spring's pa Philadelphia I Washington Coombs and Lapp; Gray, Cushion and Ainsmith. Afternoon Philadelphia 100 Washington 001 001 S i Morgan, Danforth, Plank and Tho mas; Walker and Ainsmith. St. Louis...... 000 OlM 11 1 'Detroit' 012 000 1 "Pelty and Southwick; Works, Sum mcrs and Schmidt. Afternoon St. Louts'..... 030 020 021 S 9 f Detroit 010 t one shot to Sandy enabled Westminsters mo Godfrey inted Cliff Spring's pass. VtiRcouvors were mighty slow in try- ing to got inside but ultimately Fitz- gerald tried once more and Johnnie Howard blocked him. AVith half oft.hu j third quarter finished Westminsters _ were once again on even terms and in y fifteen seconds more they were in the lead, five goals to four. I got the first by a purely individual ef- jfort after, Cruniy Spring had come from behind the net. Wintermnte took his pass and, doiiging beautifully, scored the goal-. No sooner was the'hall once more iu motion thankee Tnrnbull fo.uml the with a long shot and the cheering had not died'away when Tom S 1 Ronnie followed, making the score six -Lake, Powell, and Stoplrens; Lafitte, jto four. They were, playing like men .Willett and Stanage. possessed. of all kinds of dash and Cleveland 301 031 11 3 Chicago........ 010 130 11 2 Falkenbcrg, Kiapp and Fisher; Mogrhlge, Baker, White and Block. "Afternoon game Cleveland 100 500 i Chicago 100 S 2 ttrpgg and Smith; Olmstead and Payne. shooting power -and there was every excuse for ihe Westminster fans go- ing frantic. Grumpy Spring got Westminster's seventh. In the last quarter each team scored once but t'flo Vancouvers played like -beaten men-. Lally's ref- 9 jereeing gave great satisfaction and the was comparatively clean. Newark Baltimore EASTERN Oil 001 9 000 11 Second Newark 011 GOO 6 MONTREAL HAD THE NATIONALS ON THE RUN Baltimore Jersey City Providence .Montreal Rochester 111-126 15 01.0 000 I) 200 020 11 000 TOO fi 020 fl Toronto 020 200 S Buffalo 000 000 G Second Toronto 200 HO 16 alo 000 010 7 Montreal, Sept. four and a half minnf.es playing time left, and Montreal two goals in the'lead, and outplaying the Nationals, the lacrosse game, which would probably have set- 3 once and for all the ambitions ol Ijtho French Canadians to the 1911 [championship of the had to 1 Hie called off this afternoon, hundreds spectators swarming on the field and refusing io allow the game to go Ion, despite the pleading of the Mont- Mreal officials and'the efforts of the j score of policemen. The game will have to remain "un- SHRUBS BEAT INDIAN Course Was Short in Race of a Week Ago Boston, Sept. Shrubb, the English runner, defeated Tom Longboat In a ten mile race today by four'yards. His time was 53 minutes, 2S '2-5 seconds. The course was found some 500 yards short of twelve miles, in which Longboat was credited with breaking Deer- foot's record la'st Saturday. Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA .Moose ,Tniv 83 Calgary 04 Eflmonlon S2 Winnipeg oi Saskatoon 3S Brandon 2o Won" Lost P. C. 71 74 .731 .040 ,49ii .340 .252 NATIONAL Woh Lost P.. C. New York Iliciigo Pittshnrg Philadelphia St. Cincinnati Ltrobklyn 3oston 54 48 45 46 53 54 5S .58 70 .90 .625 .003 .570 .538 .525 .207 Quenches the thirst in a wholesome way and does the stomach and kidneys good. OAQI is not a med- icine but preserves health C.C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. Alta CORINTHIANS OFF FOR .EAST VANCOUVER ELEVEN Vancouver, Sept. de- feated Vancouver today in a hard and fast game, four goals to one. The .vis- itors' superiority In front ot the goal gave them an easy win. vThe- Vancouver forwards weakened but -were bnlifaixt in the outfield. Tho Corinthians leave for the east-tomor- row. AMERICAN 'hiladelphia...... Detroit 75 York 66 Won Lost P; C. counted in the league standing .until President Murphy gives his decision. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION indlnnapolis 100 12 TECUMSEHS BEAT RIVALS BEFORE RECORD CROWD Louisville E-econd Indianapolis 100 000 Louisville 010 3 i Toronto, Sept. the larg- 000 000 01''__3 8 1 lnnt, over witnessed a la- match in Toronto, the Tecum- !sells for the fourth time this season took the measure of the-Torontos at jihc island today by a score of five to two. Cleveland Chicago...... Boslon...... Washington St. Louis -65 6fj 63 54 38 5P (io 59 61 ti2 72 'Su .637 .600 .524 .524 .fil6 .429 .307 JUNIORS OF LETHBRIDGE AT TAB'SR In spite of the wet grounds at Ta- tr yesterday the Outlaws, a junior baseball aggregation ,bC Lethhririge, tried conclusions ,with 'a picked nine from Tabor. ..The Outlaws, playing only seven men, succeeded in trim- ming their rivals to the tune of 13 to and carried off ?10 prize for the win. 'CORINTHIAN? BEAT VICTORIA Victoria, Sept. touilns Cor- inthians defeated n representative Victoria eleven Saturday, 4 to 2, after a first-class exhibition before the larg- est crowd ever assembled here for soc- cer football. Victoria held their ponenls in the first half one to 'one, but the'Englishmen's forward combin ation did effective work In the latter half, scoring three times. Victoria gained another goal liy a fluka. ENGLISH 9OAT EASILY OUTDISTANCED BY DIXIE Huntington, L I, Sept a de- cidedly one sided Dixie IV., a five hundred liprse-power hydroplane of the most pronounced type, loday won the fust of the series of motor boat races betueen England and the United States for the world's pionship trophy, known u worlh cup The pixie never once showed her maximum speed in the four roundi of the triangular course of about 30 miles In Huntington Bay. She easily dis- tanced the gieatly feared Pioneer own- ed by the of a 400 horse power boat, beating the English- man by'39 seconds. Toledo 003 002 fl Columbus 000 000 5 S-acoiid Toledo Oil 000 i; 3. Columbus ri 2; Milwaukee..... 000 000 B -1 Kansas City 301 005 10 ;i; Western Canada League Games Second Milwaukee..... 000 000 Kansas City 000 300 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE SEASON 1911 2 The Western Canada League of 1011 its exit for (he season Saturday. I Four comedy exhibitions wore played. [Edmonton and Calgary Indulged at the KNOCKOUT BROWN WINS jcapltnl, taking one apiece of the two IN SEVENTH AT TORONTO (lle stylc of which boro ______ ji'Ciioinblnnce to pre-arrangemeut as to the issue. Edmonton took the first, to S, and the Bronchos the second, S to Victorious Robins The victorious Robins put the final pegs in the IfJll pennant by defeating e Saskatoon Berry Pickers in bot.li P. p. ROBLIN, CANADIAN AOtNT. TORONTO. Toronto. Sept. police stop- ped a fight between Knockout Brown nnd Johnny Moran- of Now York lo- nighl, In the seventh round. It was to have gone ten rounds but ihe jiulice interfered to save Moran from a knock Kid McCoy knocked out Bob Day, >nds of the double header on Satiir- tho Canadian heavyweight, in tho first Walsh's homo run was the touiy round of a six-round contest. scoring done ay Saskatoon In the first. Igame, The final score was 4 to 1. JTho last game was a farce exhibition, <33 hits being mane during the fray. jCollIns knocked ant two home runs in the last game of the league. In Lethbridge Umpires Longeneckcr and Wheeler, faleo CJieety Cox and Mrs. Cox, am iu jtlin city. Chosty finished the season j with Moose Jaw in real come-back style. They all may settle here per- RE Fit-Reform Suite! better than ever Most assuredly they are. Better values, to begin withk it every price from Jl 5. to Better tailoring, with another year's experience to guide us. As to styles, you must MO them for yourself. We "can only- say they are the Utes: irid are correct. McKELVlE McGUIRE. Sole Affcnls for Letlibiidge. ;