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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The JuottUK'idge Daily y. September u, 'mo. YlWf A wt else -but bats tackle, etc.; With the passing of Frank Clarke of Se clothes.'.; SPORTING TOOLS The Invincible Scotchmen Eased Over a Win by 3 to 1 in Wright Charity Shield Game Darkness Interfered The Y.M.C.A.Caledonian game, in tre, apparently AFFECTED P. O. GARAGE 1 BKOWNE.- COSMAJST CO. Five Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. ___J46 Westminster Road. Boston. Sept. is 1 iini Boston or. New York the bench you "wii' ;ship this season, and rooting i, J r base ball. Teams I jhard to see the Athletes y weak' WU1 at times remarked Charley Comiskey, after 3itttle b-'' putting -I of reel sure that no per- j to his sighf will" re-' inflammation, provid- D.etroit. Sept. occulist to whom Ty Cobb, the 'ball plaver sub mitted his inflamed eye for examina- tion has. issued an official statement m which he-says: VTyrus Cobb-is >be- >e for clyctis of the _ condition is serious as it is an inflammation of one of was immediately a shout of -vi uwteu me ror clyctis of the from both players and snee L -I e-ye' :This-.conditio" is serious, so the goal was not counted of one of jot another chance soon iS! sutures of the THE ALEXANDRA BARBER SHOP Rear Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel High Class Work. Everything on the Square. Patronage Solicited. THOMAS Proprietor. FOR NEW YORK four trorii -the same j learn. _____ iost such cases May Sign Potts and to Meet Here in the .Clubs ,c Near Future j against the tie played on Tuesday, The race for that .automobile in1 ;The Callies claim last night's gams the American League is grow-In O ias tney were on the grounds at {after the prize, as he'never j azier Jus record, while just tno re- ]of -before dai-kness set in. This shows plainly that the mas Callies also say that two of Callies men ot j_ il, UUL it. down the field and shot a corner kick but put and went he now takes complete rest." MURPHY'S -NEW' HOWE ,-ioiial League Club, yesterdav a floi one TfJ wbo a good stop. ,n, oi r twelve yards of the residence out and .McKay scored. at -Xo- .Snerdian road between Callies 1; Y.M.C.A. "L Uranviiie and Glenlake avenue ThQ the uiii4ut.es pan was rushed from end-to end and it Was nnvhnri-i-'c. fifteen minutes the ?J.ice is said from end-to end is 's game. The Callies stones. Corked the ball down to the A. Moore.got a nice one around., the goa] post. Callies 2; Y.M.C 4 l "allies had the best of it for the and GlenJake avenues. The high ol HILL-HURST IN THE FINALS Toronto, Sept. yellow ibusihoss V T" ntj litev wouia si'cii credit lor ho yesterday that he had nd Player at a moment to bed at football executive and the same wiT] either be awarded..to the Callies or a Play-cfj will ordered. The win- >-Tne second in the gainst Taber in the Y M r with 'deteated the Port. William team hS -uveri. bat tbe the seml-finfls of S Peo SrfyT team'will, tafce "it toe a-biiity of toe night was rather ball down :ple-S Shield a- score of ?o Moran and- Jesa ;oe tae loser. Tftere is, orUv one tUm- 2's certain: Mr. and there; was something re- Icalliesi %t ones..giving the much touted Fort WilliaS SKeSSi- good one. is nothing gained br "saiVe." Tne of for the best! the flrst bot31 teams Score- v >r o v J" the 'big not a good thS of soccer football -xS 0 a u tor baseball. TWO or m-rrJS? r in me period of the second half'cleaS? ?W K but Qalhes Sr srx- a side bet of BATT.LER STILL CONFIDENT Durable Dane thinks" Hs will be the Biggest Surprise in Ring.as One Who Baric" -NT QdCK IHE STANDING R. Me- j halves; i and' NATIONAL aild Jiaimis Galvin Vexe i lfte AtWetics- V Boston, and Fbrte 1 T1 -Plaretl Ule' S2me T6lilC-- :'Vou a j.tneir Galyan. had little trouble ball team of that York Philadelphia Cincinnati and Y.JI.C.A.: Collier, goal: Home KILLED IN BASEBALL york off this instantly killed. Tne Penn -tlie independ- INDIAN ON Been for a Fjfteen Mile Race to Take Piace at Sherman's Rink Calgary sept. S.-Arrangements Messer .jPropiietbr Ssccessor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver Blk Barb aroer m ed. anri rho m for tnei finest reception ever accorded a ball i ciuo on their return to New York Jim Mirtrie was a great press his war cry of "We are the peo-! pie could be heard along- Broadway vath. the tinkle of the banjo and the! tfleatncal folk fairly daffv over the] i'- and considering he lalx i0rk aad Brooklyn by only fifty yards, feels ce- the cllaaipionship of 'the CETI pull or.t a winner next! win tike no chances! j grounds. S3. 75 70 64 64 49 4S- 44 Lost SS 53 61 64 '74 75 84- P. C. .686 -fiO-5 j .56.9) .513 .500 j FKISCO AND THE i Boston _____. I Detroit i _is a hard job to kill boxing in Cal-1 Cleveland ia. Despite all ffie knocks the j Chicago fornia." playing on. the Beltzhoover During the game, the child tiHo. 3, ball struck him in the neck, back of nig-ht when 30 the ear. Wnen picked uo -by the ex lnsr werA nff S6 59s 55 4S P. 40 -52 55 70 70 75 87 -683 .554 .571 .567 -455 :440 .390 is willing to let me winner take the entire purse. Xeison writes that ne i '-n uc us full of vitality as the result rest and adds: "I will he-the 'tlie ring. I will i be the one man to come 'back if the weather yesterday he was out at the Victoria ;park race track and did ten miles of each other, Tiie iii Jyn were played on a lot a few rod- from, the present grounds, while games in .New. York were'played on i a grounds now abandoned and cov-! is also training and ered with weeds a lew feet from the J covered several miles out across i present polo grounds. j the north hills. The race will_start at and Jim race in tlie IvI PRIDE beer wT :e Bight's sleep, invigorate v.-ork. At my JfccEtren will promote the :ana help train Marsh. .The -jhas a manager of his own who win after his needs, and superintend Won Minneapolis...... ,97 Joe Cans, acted as third man in the City ring, and said that he would have Mihvaukee Owen Moran Che decision in his Franfcie B.urns in the.Louisville event of the evening, -Now that the_sport has been revived e promoters intend to null off hnv matches right along. Frisco love J boxing, and must have it at anv cost a person stops to think of number of ciuc i't is no wonder i LH.Y STlfiTT trainin jWOLGAST TO MEET PACKY McFARLAND ISMl. A glass of ALBERTA'S PRIDE b-cr or lunch -tops it off" just r5gh: stolen :o the solid foods. At XIGHT PRIDE beer wiil ba er predated, especially if body or brain is taliped It is nourishing and strengthening the nerves. v can serve you. Articles have been Signed at Last for] j a Ten Round Win Give Away Weight Chicago, Sept. trvins to :set a match with Ad. Wolsasc i since the latter won the'titte fr'cT.a Battling Nelson. Packy McFarland jthe Chicago lightweight, finally has succeeded and the champion and chal- -anger will battle in a ten round no- j decision bout at Milwaukee on 'ember ;jo. reason I INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH OFF intemation- at For concealing about our the truth ihhridge Brewing (of tho sociation have been trying for j cricketers to play out6 the jJacir efforts were rewarded i such little success that it was fir (ally decided, to call the match off team. plclrs tile the worici's 'Oaseball tiUe. and Sweaters and Sweater Coats The fact is they are worth fully a half a dollar more, but I was fortunate in my buying and my customers. T think, should get the benefit. Dozens of different patterns in two colors also in plain tan, navy, gray and white. Special values in every line of Men's Sole agent for SLATER SHOES. n ;Quis of Queensberry art if the ror jers will attend to their own business jPACKEY OBEYS SIS MOTHE offer down the Hugh Mcli tralia for a series Of becaii" iiis mother did not want, him to on the long voyage. Packey did ri4t in complying with his mother's wishi W-e should always consider the good' uomen who are the mothers of some 01 our boxers. Nine cut of ten flehters have dear, sweet mothers who do not 'want their sons to follow boxin- con SUffer severe otran. jn die case of McFarland his I mother would tuiugs ihan might-happen to her )n while in chat far off clime i a very noble act on Packev's par' and JJJow that hi, heart THE MEN'S MAN to Eureka Theatr. BY MIST-AXE Well-Known Boxer Took Acid and Died Carbolic re of e took by mistake for medicine. Although only joid, Zjnnger had fought nearly jvl< _ 'Battles, and so successfully that aniLition to be bantam champion i of the country was. not ihoutht -by I his followers to roe in vaiu NATIONAL At New 9 l iNew 6 4 Brown and Smith; Wiltse and bcnlei: umpires Klem and Kane At St Louis JPittsburg 9 0 10 anf'phelns: -370 Jj Glbson- umpires RIgler and Em- At Chicago 12 2 Cincinnati 7 uRlbach and Kling; Rowan, Benton and .McLean; umpires Johsstone and At ooklyn 5 Philadelphia Bell and Bergen; and umpires and Brennan. man has confi- dence only in what he knows is right. it-Reform Suits give that confidence which a man feels when he knows he! is dressed by a tailoring organ- ization that has no superior in the world of fashion. Suits Fit-Reform express the reahtyle thoughts. Be guided by them and be correct. McKELVIE McGUIRE Agents for ;