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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKBRTnGF. PAH A" HERALD' Tuesday. September WESTERN CAW E Carnival of Entertainment Next Week at Fair Grounds Promises to Eclipse by Far AII Former Events of the Kind Tom World's Famous Broncho Buster, Has Been Retained by Racing Committee to ing Wild Horse and Indian Horse Races Carded as a Supplement to (he By Harness and Running Events Next Tuesday and Wednesday Alternoon ind nth. For the Turf Clui have lone their tow lid Ei'ilns race me" on these days a brilllact liiccess. Tentative plans were chang- ed into definite and noal arrange- ments at their meeting la'K night, and the finest program ol rare events ever staged In I.ethbHd-e Is the re- Full, from the many classy SCARE 1101 IHIfl CUPS OF THE MB GIANTS AND ATHLETICS LOSING GROUND PAST National Philadelphia Boston 3 Scaton Killitirr Ijuinii, Jamfs and Whaling. Second Philadelphia Boston Alexander and Hcoin 6 12 3 U 'lyler Cincinnati Adams and- Simons Ames, 73 Tank- Izown twisters as Tom Three Persons, and possibly Joe l-e Gran- deur will be seen. In action on the out- s 01 tte district, ajid. Stanley Whit- ney wbo is furnishing bad oues for 1 hotse race, will jive an New Yorl Sept nas an unmistakable scare la Ihe camp of tie notable1 world's series contenders for several and rue i.' ibis finds but a feeling of serene satisfaction around Sulbe and tbe Polo grounds. Both John lliclc believe ttelr tesivectlve warns -.vill top the IMS nij'or leYsuo ends October Sib. Bui each can hardly help realiilr thtit unless his mer. play teller ball than they have eiWMtedoii :m osi tlielr recent appearances, Ihe for post-season attivlles of tie. Win and Athletic? raay have to undergo sudden and radical revislou. Had tbe riiilll.s not halted in tbeir v-wning rash at tho lead would have been reduced to three and a naif jam.s. In each leasrue, tbe best iho pacemakers could set. ard, Harrington, Clarke and Black- ManWhoMade Tapping Wires Died in New York Hospital From Sport Native of Toronto Vice-President Manley Ordered Game to be Replayed but There was Nothing Doing Second I'iltsuurg Cincinnati Hendtis and Kelly Kling. 1 G am Mtloa In ropins of the class seen at the tte tract, for each race will be timed to tee minute, and tie en- tries will bs compelled to be on tanl nt the right time, or lose their chscco. lime card Is to be posted in tie paddoA, and the rontestanvs for each event must be ready .minutes be; lore the stated time, to appear on trsci-. All tie local and district Lor. work v an even The Alhle-tics lead nest ,o pa The Giants taw their lead drop from ga rfiuceu br one game, to and n half. St. Louis 3 Chicago I'crritt and Wlnjo Yanghau Vrchrr. 1 N'en- York S 1 and McCarthy llrckinjer, ruuard, Meyers and McLean. side many horses from the surround- forty circuit horsfJ: twenty fcv the mnutcs races, and nearly as many for the harnws events, and i two members of the Turf Club j T.-ill go to Medicine Hat this afier- j noon to clinch arrangements with the bis ioiaemen at the meet there. To thj ponies in district, a half mile pony standing. Toronto, Ont., Sept. re- Moose Jaw, ScpE. hun- dred Saskatoon fans, who camo to the city on n special train today, greatly -when. Moose Jaw refused to play the katoon Quakers and did not appear tho field. 'The local smd playeds contend that Vlce-Pretl- deut Jlotlei' of 'Mooao Jaw, had ib- tolutely no right to order game and therefore refused :o Phow up at the grouds. ordered that Preiidcnt Clark suipeud and fine pltytre out this Clari: refused to do. whereupon the lease ofllclal suspended both Prcildent American New York -I P Washington .Caidivell and Sivecnry Cal lia, Love and Henry. .ewHea chance to show adde4 to to program, and Is tolr 'reed one look at the pro- open to all of, 14.2 and usder. eacu U "tEctat to ,rove Oat entry to five Oolbrs entry fte; L home talent carefully i toe winner to .get the pot to which co-i'dered br those in charge. Be-! will he added fifteen dollar. SOME- POINTED INFORMATION Caught on the .Tho band will be :n attendee] tfcr'-.-sliout tbe tsro days program. [CT tha runnins ol reffelh- rnir.'. booths, tandltes soft drinks anj red hats, will be received by secre- tary up'until Friday nisht, and it is rlanced to arrange for a special booth for lie horse men, to open Saturday aight. A feature of the meet, is the fact no entry fees will be charged. Ten per cent, of each purse-will tw deducted from the money winners. Tee Indian races "ill lie for half have beea made to havo the track worked up the and harrow, ro that It will be in j perfect condition on trie n-orning oijnad from the 18tb. I Pasnoelo. Piina have also been made to have rotd between the alables and the sraded and scraped, inose attending in aufos or bujgies. may drive t.'.'-e and there as they wish. International Montreal Toronto .............3 McGrarnor, Jlason and Maddra Maxwell, Schwab :iriil Graham. mums of Chriftopher J. Tracy, aged 16, a native of Toronto and known in spoiling circles from the Atlantic to the Pacific was brought here and In the family plot in Mount Hui'e cemetery! Tracy died in U.e Polycllnic hospital. New York, dropsy. Kightt'en years ago, Tracy, whoro family resided on Church street for many years, left Toronto for iVeiv York, where after conducting a cua- cessful financial concern for several years, lie drifted Into sporting cir- cles. It IB Eaid he made In his tlm? ES a result of alleged wlrt tipping. Ills liking for adventure and his persuasions eanied him tho title of "The King of and though he had' been taken Jntq_'cus- toily never con- rthere a suo- siantlal loop-hole through which he could sQueezc. He dressed excellent ly. with sood taste. Clarke and Secretary Doltn, of tho Moose Jaw club. Mr. Manley hail staled that the team falling Io put In an appearance would forfeit the AYestern Canada League pennant, unt when the local club refused to BO on tho field, he roveried thU de- clsioi: and stated that ho would leava the waiter entirely up to the board of governors T'ho will dlEcusa the trouble at the annual meeting of tha league which will bo held In Ed- monton, September 10. Most of Uia MOOEO Jaw players have left'for their homes whllo otherft will do to to- morrow- Mnnager Weed, along with 1'llchers Churchill and Beer, of the Quakers, reft for Oregon and Cali- fornia tonight. AT DONG ASTER TODAY London, Sept Doncaittr to- day the Ohampaone tUfcel, six furlonos itraltht, for oldi. won-by 0. McOalmont't un- beaten corCWe Tetrarlch, by Hoi- Herode-Vahron, who al 5 to I on. E. Hulyon's.Stornowiy, 5 to 1 wai second, and Leopold Oe Roths- 5 to 1 third.. A compleie Us', of tie events and conditions ruling tie same follows herewith. A novelty race has been added In place of the seven furlongs race, on tho second day. This con- In actually four races, as a prize lot fitly dollars Is shcn lor each I quarter mile, and horses that are i s'lars at eacil disJan.ce will be given E chacco to get In oa a liltle of the money. Any further information may be secretary, Mr. C. C. Gregg, cf Cleveland, succejd- ed In making Ty Cobb whiff the air three times In nine innings I art This was the stellar pitching of wectc In the American Itasue. George Stovall, manager of the St. Louis Browni, has been given a vaca- tkn for trip, rest of the season by Prc- Hedges. Jimmy Austin, third baseman, will take StovalVi positlin temporarily. The deposed manager has not been released. Atlanta won the 'championship of the Southern league. by half a Second Lviocireal I Toronto 8 SO .........IB H Almeida, Dale, Lush, Kirlcy, THE TWO DAYS' PROGRAMS First 1Mh Race. :2.2S pace Or 2.20 2. 2.15 pace or 2.10 tfot J. dash, handicap........ -M 4. "Six furlongs, selling......... SOO 4A- Pony pon- ies of HJ under.............. 6. 7 furlong dash, len pounds- below scale 2C- 6. 2 In 3, raining racericlr- cult horses ICO Wld horse race.......'....... Indian race 20 17th 0. Free for 10. :.20 pace or 2.15 trot....... '.00 Five furlong, selling........ 2C'0 Sli furlong 7 Ibs, below scale for horses Itiat have not been 1st or 2nd at this meet- In-; 13. Or.e mile novelty iJW each quarter) horses liiit have not been 1st cr 2nd at Ibis meet allowed Ibs......... 20 Wild horse race............ SO 15. Indian race............. M Fallowing are the latest pricti Ircm ondon for the St. Leger, which is i lomorrow Doncasltr. over a W- than a mile and three quart- 6 to 1 10 o t agit Ardalo, and 100 to 7 agst Currajn. Freddie Welsh Hard at Work in His Training Camp Ycunj figM at arena, on August 22, .htld late ye.terday to the Superior Court, at Uoi Anjeles, chargtd with muratr in the second de- gree. Tin decision was rendered by Justice Summcrfield at Vernon; btfore whom the preliminary of the accused men wat heli. The aallan Ull-end flgM m lull now. of the liuflalo Horlieslet Frill, Beele and Gowdy and Williams. Hujnts Jackson Leading Cobb by Four Points in Am. League Batting Chicago, sept. S.-Joe Jar-toon Is out in front for Ainorkin jtafrue toward the top in soul for him, and he Is a great game Second FluITalo Rocbestcr KullenwcEder and Lai helm and Baltimore 5 Newark 4 1: Danfortli, llussel and Kgan I man, Hell and Higgins. Providence 10 1 Jersey City Reisigl ar.d Ouslow.; Verbout. Owens. H 0 7 3 mi- National Demaree, Ktw'. York Humphries, Chicago Alexander. Phila. Cooper, Pitubnrg Mathowson, N'.' Y. U P.C.I American S3 i: .513 Johnson, ,o o the United team last year. it The Argentine gbootera