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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridse Dully Herald, Thursday. September- 8th. 3010. MA AXGELKH Bottled only at the spring, MAG! IXVITEI) TO KNOCKS IDEA OF YOU TO TRUNK ArSTRA nothing rackets; club COAST LEAGUE WILL NOT EM- 'MOVEMENT ON FOOT TO LEAD 2.iQH2 pit t ne iiiui'iy j There would be lots more fun i Jc-ts more health 'tuan could g'efoui of- a 'clothes. you I TO INVITATION TO Ml.NTO CUP HOLDERS. Vancouver. Sept. next iv.coniu; of the New La-j by tiie atmosphere- TOOLS here ;if-'you -wast 'them risht W-f handle tho nc-ar right kind f Goods Co, 4t2 ROUND 57 BRACE' NORTHWEST IF PRES- IDENT BERRY CAN STOP IT Vancouver, Sept. of the .OB baseball are uispos- erossc "blab win probably find themj ;o lutoek thc little schema now iorni- to expand :hc PaoiHc Coast league. s-the San Frano-sro Bulletin: "As jt'Leir opposition is based on selfish kround It-won't cut so much figure REGINA P. O. GAKAGE BBOWKE- COSMAN CO. Five Stalls, with lockera, etc. Bates reasonable. Cars washed, polished mud delivered. 246 Westminster Road. the semi-finals. nrst five minutes, and Fort William of the People's shield series yester-i came back with another m ten_nnnu-, uay the Fort William soccor team. tes. There was no more scoring m defeated Resina. The field was first half. heavy in consequence of recent rains. In the second halt Fort William, your Neither side put up a very good exhi-jscored two more goals, while Resina meals bitiou. and the winners will -not have tailed to tally. aiust tne! All visiting teams were tendered a PHONE 1032 jv.-hen the .time really corses to talfe j seriously about spreading oat ss the j league should, do next year. Los An- I geles I thai a biggie league may mean thc of c-omirsuor.s baseball RACE EXPLODED NATIONAL At' -New Giants pitching defeated Boston today due ,to hits ,'by Doyle and S taking into consideration the ques- tion o: sending; the team to the Swert- ish Olympian gr.mes in Wires yre also working that may lead to an imitation to tiie .famous lacrosse _ ___, to tour Australia. By this-iime the! HOPE OF WHITE which has emanated from a known Axistralian newspap- er man resident in Vancouver.} has been aired in the Australian j balking because v; :s airaio press> anij tjsere js ijltje doubt that j h v.-jll receive serious consideration j from the authorities there. Some: is already played there. south must be cortced- paltn shelterins; the most! common itv on the fare or" seem to have under the stm. a chance when they go up Calgary team. Kcgina scored at the end of 'civic reception today, with luncheon, the! in High Park. south. c.ing more clubs'-'in et.1 the spsrtm_ Ibe presumed thai the orange men will tiie earth. They Uniit a tmmderous noise, but the deed room for every jstronsrer by I norlli .and tiie scuih it is i oiuted to Beat Johnson, an Easy Mark for Kaufman have to oe _ When Al Kaufman, the California just the same, nad the attendance of the public at j heavyweight, got the popular decision pitcazas Boston and. gpokane are two too line afferent athletic games is enormous. over Biu Lan heavv. to nothing- local's to be overlooked a' They Piay four brands of Or -b-r D-v ui-h bodi scored in'the eightli, iSiis srase. When the Tnaiter jml all 01 wWrt atrrccts the public. c D.> m .TACK JOHNSON, GREATEST FIGHTER OF ALL TIME, SAYS BILLY DELANEY HAD EVERYTHING ON THE. BOOKS.. AND SURPASSED .ALL OTHERS IN TOTAL NUMBER OF STRONG POINTS IN BOXING GAME THE ALEXANDRA BARBER SHOP Rear Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel High Class Work. Everything on the Square. Patronage Solicited. FRANK THOMAS Proprietor. New Zealand has stimulated interest in football anew the Pacific coast. At Leland Stanford university, the University of California and the University of Nevada elaborate pre- parations" are under way for the sea- son. Graduate Manager Farmer of ilter of all'dred -twenty-two pounds of Pitz thYCufifornia university team predicts the! would be a fcathcnvefclit champion, ia very successful year. Cowh George time is a question that worries theiwoul _ from time to time. '.Many au- ;13S a ligiuweignt vn, thorities have at-temnted to answer} "Filz had everytu have. His this question from time to time, ig that a fighter use was unique. LUIB IJUtaLlUll 11UU1 v.v the best any of them could do was to but etiecuye. anu vAntm-o o-, nnirsion Fkz Until lie was venture an opinion. you did not done fighting. beat Anv Jrass'up Henry Berry this week he threw c. kills JasU oi cold vater on expansion: pair oi errors -oy Saean. :uatu-; .Ttere prjv be one other w.y -srruck out eleven, of the visit-j0llj Of thai would be to drop I Sacramento from the league. This z be most impracticable, as it r ii would leave us but three ball t tne Tne -score: 'Boston York and j parks in the sU-'-e. when we would re- Uiuire four to cake'care of-eight teams. rumsslres Xlem and ..WiJ enlarge' -the Pacific icagae by the addition of-two lorth-west, says' Tzco- was 'at times. Kneeler country. They naturally wouldn't feel 7 2 satisfied unless they hai .tiie same ,-5 of clubs- in tie "north that nd Stack -and Mor-ihere :s in the south. _ rfl "umpires O'Day and Bremtan. -j for ihe'.IIfe of niesee how 10 fiuaiiecr tours -was i at Philadelphia, another erieau. two Xe'w -Zealand and one lyioded. Lang was considered bXrtmmense crowds. The to wrestl-3 the Northern Union tearti is bearing i championship ii-ora Johnson. Kauf- a-way as their share of tne j man's ability is known and he doesn't g-aie" aUiiough. the game icey j TOOK; good. Billy Delaney has gotten in th liKle same recently and here's what t gave him a William told'a Philadelphia about ulc- ruit. AS Delaney has made three champions j "Joe Choynsk-. and Kid_McCo> the first [and is grooming Kaufman for the ti-i. ht heavyweights. Loo bi0 to De race was he is worth listening to. _ what Delaney an eastern news- j champions m tne (paper mrm abo.ut the fighters of re- played is "new in Australia, and the: tour was more or less In the nature jin of an experiment. If are a the Labor Day. sliort .bout, only one Lang a wizard. invited, there j i show to advantage. From this to the .close of the fight need be no as to the 'proi- j ,all th_ advantage; jtable results trip, ana it is time that a Canadian aggregation of The fight, asi' a spectacular exhibition. was. dis-j appointing. Time aud again Laai one of the best, but too light. one of the craftiest Choyaski was so that he beat coaches of fighters alive, stamps Jack Jack Jonnson. Johnson, the champion, as the great- "The great bulldog ot the game esc heavyweight who ever bound his j Tom Darkey, hand with tape, and in the interview he discusses the stars for a 'Sharkey Presley oi" Leland Stanford is also op- timistic over the outlook. The .first serious call for football material will be made at Lelaud.. Stan- ford on Monday.. There will be no paid assistant coach in the field at Stanford this year, but Captain Doylo will assist Presley in get-ting a team formed. Doyle made tho Antipodean tour with the All-American team and comes back with a bagful of tricks. j not afraid oi' a thing that lived, and :ne was as strong as a, bear: I had John L. of Old School "John L. Sullivan was one of the Dead game was John.- He a creak to the land which gave him birth. Tom was short of body and. but he was a fit fighter for any dred and fifteen minor league play- A BIG DRAFT OF PLAYERS MAJOR LEAGUTS DRAW A TOTAL OF 115 PLAYERS FROM MINOR LEAGUES OF THE COUNTRY Cincinnati, 0., Sept. 6.-Or.e hun- Jeff BBS? Physically AMERICAN are going to adjust the matter save oversea brothers. joy leaving; well enough alone and 'standing pat, Tac present six-club sit- j of the Cornstalks, and now tae Bora- mion should get iato touch with .0, Yo'rk two .-to one. York FRED CLARKE _ fvrhere it wes going to be an advantage j HOOTED BY THE FANS, RETIRES I" wo-jldjote for an enlarge- FOR REST QF SEASON jin evident distress, but the Austral-L" ian grabbed i hung on long I a probable round Kaufman around the ring but was unable in modern methods he would land the knockout uiow. Kaurinan left the ring without a mark, while jhave almos' "Jim Corbett was the fastest man I to fight, and that was the weas spot He had all 'that a fighter ers were drafted by the Iti clubs oC the two major leagues when the-na- hand punch that was as heavyweight ever tossed "jim' Jeffries" was the'tional baseball committee met at the These two things were Sul- besj. but he did not like close of-las-: week. he no longer Jim had Of these the National league secur- ed 67, and the American league 4S. The Brooklyn Na.tionals secured 15 players, the New York Nationals'were the next fortunate in the draw, getting 13; to the -body and Phils-delpMa, 12; Chicago Nationals jaw, and that was his ii; and the Chicago Americans .10. irade_ Block ihem and you baffled jab, uppercu-t, shift or drive it twice oa> errors and hits by Thomas. 2 Boston 4 4 Bender and Thomas: Collins and ilieisow; umpire Johnstonc. 5ALL PLAYER t illow 'some one else -to oat joi i Thou Clarke rapped 'out a rue 1 Pirates and the fectrv Jim lacked .the hitting powers trying to reach an overhand itting powers. Had PVRr had motion. a Jr _ t a -by Grant are lights or a RtaimmoEa or a i heavyweight ever had all that except EASTERN At Montreal "Winter .and Curtis; Q_0 3- livan he would have been the peer of I ire aga-Ji m had snape ovving peiideci trcm the gronastana. HP was wonderful ilo vwis-uersufierinslrom a cold, while The -principals reached the me He GETS FORTUNE I are underlie wea-Larlr tiie aftera-oon. Both mca man and a Drainj _ ther. of the Giantsf i Were in the pink of'condition, and did j Fitz a Wonder declared that in 21 years of! anBear to carry an ounce of su C At" -Toronto........ koccester 5 2 Killian and Tbnneman: Lalitte and Blair; umpires JiJurray ana.' Stafford. At Kewark 10- 6 providence -1 Vv'addell. Lee .ana SIcAliister; Steele umpire Byron. "layins he never saw a more disgrace- us. Sask.. Sept. F. j iul" deal' than the hooting handed 7 11 Karrar, this received word I Clarke by the fans yesterday. In. niak- 9 i j that a relative in. Scotland has be- I ing his announcement Clarke gave as c. ilalarkey and j to him one-fourth of an es-j reason thafho to give Camp- arid Kelly, jtate valued at" SL'.OGO.UOO. The other bell a chance to win an for the heirs are WiHiam A. Tilson. of league batting championship, souri: Oilman S. Tiisou. of Spokane, j but Campbell hasn't" The ghost of a and E. H. of at this'late "csy, and it becanie bon' D. [known positively tonight that Clarke is Farrar intends to leave in a short! ihan disgruntled over the ac- ti'iiielor the old country to. claim'his tion.5 of the Hicsey. The name of .the testator is nor .the locality of the! ALBERTA NINE BROKE EVEN property known. The .barnsiormers Of tne vvestern not appear to carry an oerfitious Sesii. Haute "Bob Fitzsimraons v.-as a wonder. an looked to! Why, at 40 he was an ace as a fighter. 20 pounds heavier than I He is 48 years old touay. How that old the AuVraiias 'The fight was at (chap could hit and what a game man c-nch" weights and for a percentage j he was when they broke bad. He was the best middleweight who ever lived. oi tae Kaufwau had in his corner as chief vras -too small_ xo beat Johnson the Master "He can box like Corbett. hit. like Fitz and he is able to use his strength skilfully enough to make it amount to as much as Jeff's. Jack can- stand and stall all day if ho wants to and let the other fellow do all the fighting. He is as great at. long range as at in- fighting. There is no situation in the ring chat Jack Johnson is not the master of, and he with sev- "oelaney 'probable one (son. but. ounce for ounce, he was as eral years of service before Father of "reaitest second's in the" couc-j good a man as ever lived. One hun- Time bows him in defeat." try. "VnHe Kid McCoy looked after! Lang. It was 0.50 when Kaufman j OV came through the ropes. He was lol-1 U OJSXJKJLA iy VfJS lowed a moment Lang. Both well received. FOOTBALL RULES FOR 'THIS -FALL ITT BEAT MOEAN CHANGES WORRY COACHES, WHO CALL MEM OUT FOR EARLIER YEAR FOR RUGBY IN CALIFORNIA -MANHATTAN'S GOSSIP Twelve men. THE FEATURE BOUT AT THE EUREKA ATHLETIC CLUB down to foot ball Uy ho wen the big The ot-h-ers to a single player by Detroit, and this one is under investigation, so that Detroit. may come out empty handed in the draw. The St. Louis Nationals did not secure a player. A little less than was de- posited with Secretary Bruce of the commission to cover.the drafts. The commission he-id a long session in which they placed -a ban upon the contemplated series between the two all-star teams from the American and 'wsrt? to make a tour of the country after the world's championship series. No spe- cific reasons for the ban were given, except that it would interfere greatly with the world's series. All doubts 'that the world's series would take place were banished when the commission instructed President Lynch of the National league to ar- range his schedule to begin the series early as possible. SHRUBS AT HARVARD Boston, Mass., Sept. '6. Alfred Shrubb, the famous English runner, is to coach .Harvard's cross-country team. the and that he has made no i His family is with hira plans fcr ice future. 'and they are receivin; _______________________________ lions from their friends. i -Kanlon's unknown. Willie Adams, of the out jour men. Great rails proved onlv a aine itself is upon trial. jcnzleiii will meet the squad at Whit- A squad of 30 Harvard players con- jmore lake. About October 1 the scene II a% 8 POOLROOMS [iStiii New York Des-! -2WS. Flourishing in ptte New w York. Sept. that the prohibiting oral bel-1 11 tuig on uie racs tracks lias gone int pcc-irooms in this city con- Ssiutii--- trskon or. the banish that tired, listless feel- ing, by livening up the liver and bets! POWELL AND McFARLAND ivv the TO CLASH !N 'FRiS iSlrisor true K US "rying to Brinr GREAT PITCHERS FADING cwson and Brown. The refura Qf thc Rug. by football team from Australia and t; fcs' 'II 11 ii 11 1 JL a S S Proprietor Successor to C. L. Uptoa Basement Oliver '3'yi 611 Ufilvjjp iii r. 11 cry ixnn Inspector Vv'illiarns rcigncci j supreme in the cli The oral issakPs ii rc-lcny to a bfr_ onjho _rno tcnihev i; The f.is present ph-.n; iSirrack. The oral beciiug it i: said does ac-? vcolrocms v operatii- i: v serious iuan akeviile, Conn. Captain Fred Daly up" order than ever. Last sea- plans to spend from September 12 taught his charges a string of September 27, the day before- the op-! confounding trick plays, and This ening of college, in rudimentary drill! phase or the Wolverine's game should i there. The faculty has Threatened developed "more than ever. an Almost Hear Sell Ring for no more games to be played be-1 R 5n college formally opens, bu-t this] (fall will maxe an exception, wnen es-1 >i begins this t_____ number of Chrisiy Mathewson ar.u .vior- j veterans on hand or any eleven in or the stofk yarcSs, who aimosr T.-CIH. ,deca; Brown nearly done, so far as Only Fred Daly, Johnny Kil- to with Hugh Mclr.tosh. ;he uirves and Quarterback Howe are in j general mechanical execution are: con- j cojjege- Walter Camp, Jr., and Holla- bin and Spalding, the back- ,___ the freslimen last fall, are succeeds ir. lo before this time, but jpvominenu candidates for the team. these two hold on and v.-iu game af-' g'proios.- io kr.cw declare that here; Louis i rying t I i S "S TT These TWO LS3htweiShts JlclJisivc or ;.hf Period when Chief Dev-; cither i Month. j The ringiRg for the San pi'.cr.ers in tho National ;seasoa -with -the smallest Sold and guaranteed by S2 ALL MbttiOuc DHUGG1STS facKv .Mcfariar.a. tee Dnae and endeavor tc other, hero during Sop- !eerncci. Other piiehcr-. liar.cicappeii iday> pi-oir.cier Lor.is File', o; ar.? now% hav.: beer, shun Scrr.et'.mes people do. and suffer, because the stomach balks. I! fii H game because they'have the i hanks. J and Matty are being slammed every so often now. Eve Michigan led a rathei successful foot j ball invrsion out of the west last year.! The rneu from Ann Arbor finally suc- i in trouncins Pennsylvania. On I !November 12 thc product ot" Fielding! relieve ths discomf ;rt at once, and digest thc overload. The icvcr ot" good, things may feel quite with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia i ablets at hand. 50c. a bcx. !f ycur druggist hts not stocked them ye: scr.d 50c. and rn2.n r-JalJannl Co.