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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 n on The Letttbrnige Ually Herald. Saturday, Septdnbtf 1910 sole .-agents goods in "dge and -Jfull line of machines, .both two "four minute CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS- ..Combination ;...........533.50 -Standard Combination Combination Comb. Lethbridge porting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND Winnipeg In League With Twin Cities Minneapolis, Minn.. Sept. important meeting is in progress -lie-re of the twin looking n city -baseball magnates Why Decoteau Did Not Go Minor Heir Breaks Record For Paced Mile Ind.; Sept. ISA-Minor son of Heir at Law, again broke -or-xa s record for a paced- tnUe the state Fair Grounds in 1 5S i--> Amerteu, AssocMon Her tbe league will ,be strengthened uclusicn of clubs- Win- nipeg. Duluth, U'inona and Superior 'ttacager Rowland of the club .is in attendance and it is hop- d that the new organization completed on Saturday ATTELL WON PROM CHARLES WHITE the Milwaukee, Wis., Sept Abe Attell won la ten round no decision 'bout with Charles .White, of Chicago, tonight" and in company with a he covered the four quarters as fol lows: 3-4; 3-4- 39 BASEBALL PUBLIC {Edmonton Sporting' Editor Bulletin. rDear -would appreciate it "much if you would patjlish the following letter-from Mr. Deeoteaa. am-.asking-you to do this because I leel. there is some explanation due -thepublic, and the A- A. A- U. whv failed to go east to com- pete -in the Dominion, championship Sept. 24th. next, al- though all- arrangements, down, to the had been completed In.- this 'latter connection on beBalf o At Pittsburg Clanc Was Hissed Where "Once He an idol. more remarkable demonstra- tion of _the-fickleness of the.-baseball in some -cities was v- en than in the second game of double-header New York and clirbs-ia fihe latter city re- a storm of hisses" and 'MurpfiyMay Pass Toronto Up Altogether Likely That he Will Take Indian Team to Australia Next Summer Toronto. Sept. "Jim- my" Murphy will be the" manager of the Torontos next seaso'n or will per- sonally conduct a team of Indians eluding "Tommy" Burns aiid Torn Longboat, on a tour, through Austra- lia, is a matter that .will be settled, in a. few days. The Australian lacrosse season opens on May and clones at the end of August. Murphy wants BIG PLUNGERS HAVE ALL PASSED .AWAY NATIONALS ARE IN GREAT SHAPE FOR WESTMINSTER ssasssBJSSf P. 0. GARAGE BROWffE- OOSMAN CO. Five Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished delivered. 245 Westminster Road. and Coast Lacrosse Fans Expect Champions To Win Eastern President Confident of His Team-Are Practising Western Style of "Play every way feeling of the general BIG lEAGUE GAME York, Sept. going to spend the rest of the summer abroad. as I'm wasting my time to The region cently. wHen a storm of mVes andK. t Mnfphy catcaUs greeted Pred Clarke mana'Sr 6 tnp> and the Vancouver of the- Pirates, when he -ho tas VU. JJCi-tStiL U the-Irish association, I -woald like to tSani. Messrs. Ballantyne Ward ?orernors of the A. A. A. for. their assistance in to naake such cosrilc-tc- arrangements for the trip. iours truly, JOS. DRISCOLL, Secy. L C. A. A. A. (Copy) Edmonton, Sept II, 1910 Irish Canadian. Athletic to personal rea- Boas I find at the 'last moment that plate to fcat in the ninth innlne: _ a National-----Olic then, filled the, cnp of joy to trip in hand, is very-anxious to have Mm o-rt.in charge of the aboriginal him go outfit, days t k over the .situation .JJ.C yt wjv TO OVPr-f4.T, -n H4.UJ flowing by presenting "fans-with "J. meager.. He has. made the he Jeems" a tempting, offer, one is altogether likely he will accept. SANER OLYMPIC PROGRAM At last we are getting-some promise marked a "mS SSR SSSffi get, so what's the use of tionals of champions 'of Lacrosse only team who have had the courage at the conclusion of their son instead of waiting to strengthen up during the off months. That the game tomorrow- should be a-good one goes-without saving! TOT" H T1V Fi rt rl T-r-K _ i can never so what's the use of going..ahead under such circumstan- These remarks size up the situation on the local race courses to perfec- tion There are no big plunders and bettors any. more. The speculation has been reduced in volume until a wager causes a panic among the "memory brokers." The former bookmakers who con- __ public when Xationals at Brockton very much. Lalontle limped quite a due co the old injury to his knee scours in centre shaped uy as a fast little ..man. while Dussault and Gautnier did some clever work- around the nets. The home.is very fast and the-practice showed-that La- ioncie has been endeavoring to innoc- some of the Western system of boring in into his men. They went in quite frequently on their own de- but was a no' At Cincinnati 5 i 6 3 Be? Clark; "en and Bergen At 1 -..000 200 6 0 Mdntyre and Kling; Philadelphia Batteries: ana Moore. Brennan and Dooln. At win bo uniqu the ia M in- York HQ was by thousands and rode on the top .crest of a wave of popularitr .Despite fact that the Cnicago Cu-os were swinging along in front a fairly comfortable lead, Htts- tinue to accept oral wagers are. many cases on the ragged edge." A tAjjjQtu. cu-jaC. OU o Jv IHa. extensive an operator as Tom Shaw, and. ability. V lit- LAICIC CtS ticeable difference between their tern and that of New Westminster President 'Lecours" thinks his de- fence is the -best in- the business He realizes that was where Montreal fell' down when they came out here ear- ner in the year .and he says the'Nu- it iLtlVUt kJilVlH0" A l'illlllla. lor anyoody who has followed 'tfce'h 'accounts this Westminstei Df the teains in the two is v-ery he said, "bu confess that -thev appear %in- rust our defence. We will sher gnlarlv. matched in re-ard to srvt SCme of 'tlie Pretyest covering vou SLVie AMERICAN At. sr. Louis 220 200 100-7 13 St Lows .....000.010 6 n STILLS- -J-1- iaot sercmg'some p dad not abandon hope of a saner Olympic program. v uHSL hi......asa.'unable to go to Montreal to j- pete, at the Dominion U2e HODS of waning the .'league title until the invasions of tie Giants for the s-r- es, toe practicaliT put- ing the Pirates our of the race As-the fans saw their hope of an- other .pennant gradiiallr vanishin- in next I am deeply sorry to have to r am weH aTrars the, club has gone to a great deal of trouble-in perfecting all the plans to enable me to make this trip, both bv personal subscription and otherwise" Yours respectfully, The IQJ International Olympic Council met re- cently to consider the program of attu leucs which.were hot on -the London betting rings, has been com- pelled to quit Shaw says he.has rain short of ready money and cannot col- lect a dollar on a trunkful of paper. Persons who thought nothing of betting ?1000 to a race before the new-Kart bills were passed in 1908 are either among the missing or have reduced their operations to modest advan- mem operations to mo f five events, and _.____ 'vents. The pentathlon will consist or ten the part of to the front, strangest ,of the broad jump, 200 meter flat contest Discus throww, javelin throw The last event, which the place of -wrestling...is the ireiess efforts on takes the place of wrestling .is the -o tie' club really hard event of this program. The ave one of the decathlon will -.nn ____ ever.seen on of exhibitions __ decathlon will include 'the 100 of I dash, bread jum'o, weight, 400 I flat, high hurdle: race, meter LV .'the extent of and even on a single race have ap- parently deserted the turf for all time, much, to the sorrow of the price- makers. Dave Johnson, who .-admitts the loss of nearly the race! ce tracks, hasn't seen more than a dozen uim an- of home, grounds and for that reason, alone are installed heaw fa- v-ontes, by the public, which likes to back its opinion in coin of the realm The .odds vary, the supporters of the vou ever seen, if. our defence lives J.4.- liCiC. up to its past performance's, our field and home will get goals to win." I think enougn price, dav- in every case making .the, will put The Westminster papers say that Buck Marshall -will be given -the task of looking after