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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIHIRTDGE DAILY HERALT) eiHbei1 1013 St. Andrew's Overwhelmed in Final Game by Champions of Cily League St. Andrew's relinquished told c-a the Piolt Cup last whe.1 Ihry lost the nnal soccer game to ihe UallifS, 3-0. After holding the Overseas to a tie, and then defeating them in the replay, the Scotchmen came along and overwhelmed them for three seals. But they were CCCT- j pelled to down 'and play football: iu order to So it. It was no pips: dieam, and the Saints fought till th; last minute o1 play. The Callifs WOE the toss, and as there was no ad- vantage vdlh the vied, they elected to play weil- The play was pretty e'-ea at times, and it oiten looked as Ji tie Saints would get the re'.. But they seldom passed the ticss, and when they did get a shy nt the goal, OunloP was always wVlh the relief. The shooting of Saints was recogaized by. everyone as being superior to .the Uit night. If" the Utter 'had located the net every time -.shoV -.there would have teen double -the score. Xolhirf-eicitlng happened in the frst pariodj and no score was made. At the beginning of the second half, the Saints pressed- hard for several mln'itfE, but .their efforts Tvere: un- fiuitlul, and the Callies toot tie ball aviy from them the Saints forctd to concede several cor- r.ers. On the second Harold llclbena centred to who leaded directly into tee net for( the firsi tally. Very shortly after, Whyte shot nice, slow, easy grounder from tte sciimmaje in front ol the net, acu it. fooled .the goal, guardian, rull- gently but firmly into the basket ROYALTY AT CO WES REGATTA WEEK Little Prlncett Maty was the cynosure of as she walked with h- Marquise d'Hlutpoul, Captain Philip Hunloke anj Prince Albert. They are seen taking a wilk in thi town the day't fcr score nuaiber two. Nothing aerloua happened until within nve minulea.. pi the final whis- tle, when, on a fumble by tbe Saints goal, Tencant got tbe. ball aad placed tbe third'tally. Tbe lie Bancernian and Easfon McMillan, Mcllvena and; Harold Mcllvena, Wbyti, license. Llnamg and Tecnul. ;St. Johnson and S'ess Hutlon, Mclojo; and Bell.; Kecredy, Andy Tennant, Ramsay and H.Linning. Gurr." HONEY A-PLENTY, AT DOOIN'I DISPOSAL Philadelphia, yjooln of the fee tas received wbri fmb that ttarfc U an almost limited amoynt-o'f money tt his dis- posal for tte purclase o! players and that ha ii to [anedfetely la an (By AV..J. Macbeth) Xew York, Sejst. base- bsll seems to be on the verge of los lug its last vestige ot'sporl for sport'i jaie. Tie commercial ead ot the enJ terprlsa overshadows all else. The magnates We out for the money and make no bones of ibe fact. The lust for gold Is us deeply rooted in ue uiln. or leagues as la organiz- ations. .The two big circuits depend upon patronage (or financial gains. Bfr cause of Ibis it Is necessary for them to secure lie very best talent lo dis- play before tbe publia. Thousands upon thousands ol dollars are expend- ed every season by each club In tbe National and American Leagues .for the solo purpose of [ortifylnt; for the future. Every al highly paid: scb'ritiv bwtlns around.the. countrr-li; WILLARD'S DEFENCE MAXES SURPRISING ATTACK AT LOS ANGELES -TRIAL to siren through pnrchflK. Uus PhillfM Los Angeles, Sept. 'delsnse set.out to show late yesterday, that John Young.oied from tba effect of a surgical operation and-aot from a blovf received in the ring with Jess Willard. This surprise was sprunj-at.fha preliminary hearing o! Willtrd and Summextlelil's court at- Vernos. .Earl Rogers, attorney'lor the de- fense, began a gnulllog eiamuuUon of Dr. R. B. Griffith, who list week jesttdtd that Young died as a result ql'a.blow.'on 'the point ol, Th'a Iiwycr'aaked the dcctoc what.'ei- pefieiftg he had'had in iirtion' of the akuil to relieve'arU- fldil pressura. Dr. GriHth saH he hai assiited' ai: several such operi- tions and bad1 used tbe knife in one cise previous to that of Young. :-Roger's 'declared tfce drfenss would ibow'that Younj died as a le- jult ol injury to the brain by ths Dr.'. OrlfStb .performed most of the operatioat although assisted by two otbqr -.surgeons. TY coaa.-.tEAbs In. Olficiil; Bitting; Avtrige .Over Jickion, Litttt R'eport1' "1 "I Chicago, Sept Cbbb is at 'he htad'ol-th: American League batters In the.official figures of thi American League. According, to the figures Cobb Is leading Joe Jackson by two points.' Including figures of last Tuesday, the most recent dale at which all Aunsritsn League scores were available, Cobb had played in-92 game's and had made 123 hlli.ln 318 times at'bit, an of .333, Jackson's record was 11B games, with 164 hits In 419 times at bat, an average of aro shown bere in ajeh a variety ot fabrics and in such, a com- plete range oE sizes'that we can fit. any uian'a tnate. and build zs surely as we can fit his pock- etbook. Come and see bow In addition to icrrect style, ;ueae salts Represent the best ma- terials add-the finest tailoring skill without 'the of custom tailoring work. Semi-Ready Store 1. C. BATE MAN Emprwt Block Fifth Street Lowest Price for. Spectators at WelsrhRitcHie Champion ship Battle SI. Louis 4 8 0 PlUsburg 2 S I Sallce r.nd llildcbrand; RoblnEou and Simon. 6t. 4 11 B Piitaburg J 10 1 Oeyer and Uoberts; lien. drix, Gibson, Slrnon Eind Kelly. and FUber; Teareau and Not Played for Spoils' Sake in Professional Way in Slightest Degree Phtladelphia-Boston: iioln. American 8 10 1 I'hlladejphii............ 2 6 1 Leonard, Hall and Cnrrigan; Flank, Pen nock. Brown, Bush, acu Bchaug. for first-division Jmore ibt-nj it Is a serious drain vffn. the pccketbooi of the iolderi of second division, Dccauie of tbelr se- cond division clubs in the major lea- gues call for_ Iturcs. Tils make'rOUjelr ail the more severe. Tie is piit up on suro; gamble., becajjif ar-club away ..reEt'.'oa leafllut to speculate In talent have nqt'tle lame crvlpg need to do BO. But those lead- ers usuall? siring aAong in" a sort 'of "dog In the and of- ten corral most promising talent which Caught ari the Fly Tommy It bitk In gary.' He pinna to i AngilH baut wtth Mlllir irayi The cf the bjy'coli In t'ne pKe the men! Ptcrla (Illlntlt) mtttlnf. whtn he tttpped Hccnrf mile vfftrld'f pactri of bit ol and ill tmtt. Thwt he lh rcu, ihowlng thrii gold'ur tlmos In taklr.g ilgnal the catcher, delivers the ball. The defeat Al, Palm by Frank Moran, it New York Thursday ntjht, it lowan to tbJ never.vyat of the hat-been contingent of a. Pulztr want out In the trfih' round. The PHIlburg had Ptlter tt hlj mercy (ram the fifth round. Frank Qaleb l.i out with hit iMlvwInt ttw M4 Mrltr In Itii tut HON. G. H. V. BULYEA WILL HAKE SPECIAL "EFFORT TO BE ON TIME Crjwley, Sept. the Hon. G. H. V. Euljrea, of Ihis province, lefuBis to allow train fcchcitiles lo prevent his seeing good polo vrhen fcc sets out to see it. Owing to tbe train connec- at on Wednesday, :ept. lOfb, being sixh as to'prevent lis reaching Cowley in time to. see the final game for the Osier cup, th2 Jeut.-Oovernor la motoring from Macleod lo Cbwlsy and will reach the Polo club a few minutes before tbe opening of the Hnal garni for the Osier cup. Frinch Betting Machines May be Brought Here From Races There is a possibility that "Iron or telling ina- be seen, at the local track on 'tbe. great racing days, September ie'li'and'17th'. These, machines are at the'.Calgary meet, and it the one of the- pro-- mot.ers ani' arrange for their, transfer to ithe Lefhbridpje'-track. lie- sides being "a unique -'novelty here, would' be greatly welcomed by race for they greally ladlllate tbe betting and minimize Individual loss, besides being a good source of revenue' lo the .Turf club, wno wl" undoubtedly haudle them, in the event of ih.tir "be'ing brought down. All. JIcGuire and D. B., McCarty, the} cannot possibly use, Just to keep _. it away, from that ol.rtbe.local, club, Jeft fqt jCalgary rairbl-utilize it lo thii dita'dvantago his 'morning' with a'.view 'to seeing some o( the, rlrcnlt horses attend the local'rntel. -A.'E. IWmphcies ex- ight- o! tbe strong. .T The bold of commercialiam'03 tbe national lllnitrtaf never moro ADMITS BEST TEAM WON 'HERE ON LABOR DAY Ales. Melville, Csplain ol team, had the following to say in tbe Albtrtan ar.tiit .tfie Labor Day game here: Hlllhurst had a dar.dy day at I'S and although they were heal- eVigiln" stj'l. Ha Ii and l> f Ha Ii vEiltlrg through o devote than 641 "neyeVigiln" stj'l. [rf wHh the- rtit of hli lift to firming. It real. Frank lijutt a abeyi miitir.j 'the Pole, Ikyitkt, pastime been, ;fqrclbly rf time arid'time.again, but Etrongiyf tbap.--In thfl League Itcij. pjJJent cam- paijn. ftaak ChancejcoulJ not get any assistance from.his colleagues, many of. whom bad benc-li warmers wbo would have been of-tbe greatest assistance, to Kew York. It'look hlcn a couple rrf months to secure Short- stop Pecklnpaueb from Cleveland. Blrmlnghem bad no ufe- for this play- er. He turaaiin back to Toledo, tbe farm a! tbe ".When Chance's outfield waa performing in a mosl pitiful Connie. Slack yan earning six any 9! them superior to tbe beat the Leader co'jld Tb'era waa a time irse.-r inajor .agues, by Juggling tbe.niarVel, could maintain i institution. L'ndefslrabla talent cbcd from the' "brush" could pfteo be turned back at a profit But that time Is pelt The minors-former become the ln drivers. "If you desire our g6od men you must pjy'nearjy tnoug'n for I'.ie caat-of.'s." Tbe. nilnor.lea gues depend'to a very great extent upon tbe stle of piayere for te'nance. and cannot' be bltmed for getting back at the big fellows on every possible occasion. Jlhjor lea- guo' magnMM, wb'o display" cold-.In- difference among themselves, deserve no pity when minor league promoters peoi teals lo go up Steps are also cure some ol the broncho bust- ng ar.d fancy riding talent now at tbe St. Paul lair and frontier.- exhibition or the ICtrrand 17tb. The'directors aro aparing no lime or money in ar eKort lo make this city the home o the finest boite attraction of tbe year in Western Canada, and visitors will be assured.ol two days' high class exciting sport. Vaucouvrr, Jiepi.. Tbe' is all set now for Ihe Wil lie Welsh, world's lightweight championship, twcntj ruund bailie. The contest is lo lake plice on' Saturday, nllcrnoon, Sep ttmber 30lb, at the in this .city. Jim Griffin, ol Kan lobO'the referee. Welsh bas_ been doine road work lor tbe past week and today opened up bis training-catnp at the Imperial Rink with a siring of Ihrec spar-ing part- ners, Eddie Moy, Charley-Patlon and Bob UraVkeri. By next Monday he will have bvo wore, Ernie Barrleau. and probably Percy Cpve. Tbe liciets for tbe conlest were placed on sale -today, at tbe club heaiiquarlers, 779 Gran'ville slreel, Vancouver. Orders for reservations should be addressed to J. !'utli- son, at the above address, accompan- ied .by money orders or cash. Tho scale P'iccs is to be 53 in the bleachers; these tickets cot being placed' oa. sale until the doors open at the arena f5 in the lowest priced reserved section, 510 in the next sec- lion, and a few- choice ringside seats at .were a raft of orders ID for-Beats beiore'the postponement tl- will? .Ihcse- re been, allowed 'lo sland, so it II be a' good idea lot those who ant battle to get eir early. Arrangements Veing made with e'different rail road if and boat lines inning into for special tes'. to the' battle from all points in psleio Canaaa and Washington, Ore- and Idaho. They are so arranging-to-'fake care of Ibo rge crowds that will flock lo tha nfest from all poinls. The .doors .arena will be op- ed on Ihe day ol.tfie contest at n-o' .the morning. A pre- minary will-he .put on at twelve- irtjv Welsh .arid Rilchio are to eigh'iri bt 13 o'clock noon, at tho tna 'at "ohe-fjlteen they will enter ie! "phe-thirty the bat- e will'stVf't. The weight Is to bo 15 pounds at'twelve o'clock'noon, HeUtent and Houck, Hu9b and Lapp. Xew York" Washington...... 5 S 1 .250 TbomaB; 3 6 2, P 0' Fisher, Hughea and Sweeney; Gal- lla and Alnsmilh. Detroit................. 11 4 Cleveland 372 Dubuc nnd McKce; Gregg and O'- Neill. mi mum 1IHO.SILD LETHBRIDGE CALLIE8 WILL GO TO CALGARY ON SATURDAY FOR FIRST ROUND In the! game by U'o goals fo one, I out On tbo rcrews. they will glic in lo the lact that Ihc better team von. MILLER DUE f; TO 4rr rnto of F joi Mft, SL lift Ntw Tork on list It WM that iir Hofjfns tbe Accortlog to'Uie slorr told Hug- gina hafl'been at loiiarheads HIM of Uie leidln< piajors.' aald tbat Hugglna has found with the rnen It U fault nnd The l.etihmdge boys were tickled lo death with win, as' it h tl.e first they liavt pulled oil Cal- gary In sl.t years. The test man on the team uras' young Jordan, cl the Sofcs'ol'England. He put up a great game and played pretty football. Pit 'Allen was the ofaf turn on the HlllhUtit team'. He played goal, rauch ajsin5t-til? wlsb, and not to blame lor the shots whirl beat him. bis 'greatest stuat was when Jud'gc at the baby snow, lit tolled flie kWr like a ban called them down In public until (hfm lie londled [rcaf. His 1 I term to a n'oljy tlH was "srooly- BOYS U8FD HARD BALL AND DEATH.WAI HESULT Pliy lid Hit en Head in Public Groundt of Phllaoelpbla. Rl-bcrts, la years old, w4l althoft slanlly killed by being.hit-on